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: June 4, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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i Ike's Veto Renews Blanding Dispute!! COUNTY TELEGWH

In a totally unexpected development -

President Eisenhower has

vetoed a bill giving the Florida Council Awards Contract .
State Armory Board title to some'i City Sewage Official County Publication Established In 1879

40,000 acres of federally-owned

land at Camp Blanding. Pending Start Of Demetree ProjectStarke's : VOLUME- ----SEVENTY-FIVE----- STARKE FLORIDA-FRIDAY--- -, JUNE, 1954 NUMBER FORTY-SEVEN

Thus by a quirk of fate. the fat --
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was pulled from the tire for some

six erstwhile property owners who City Council awardeda I Tommy Morris Uses Special Label For Starke Corn County Growers Barely Meet ExpensesAs

have been waging a continuing $41,224.75 contract Tuesday for I The Council also delegated City
to the land that
fight regain was Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. to meet
taken from them eminent sewage pine and a sewage lift sta-
through tion that will be used primarilyfor with the County Commissioners Low Demand For Corn Limits Price

ment domain during proceedings World by War the II.govern- sewage disposal in the Deme- Monday to discuss Starke's paved ,- _ _ _ _

road needs. The Council is seeking -
Inc. sub-division in
Although an indirect victory for tree Builders Although the
prices quoted on
six and one-half miles of
the one-time property owners, the West Starke. paving -
Brooker Farmers ; corn from about $1.25 to $2 compares -
done in Starke and an additional -
president did not exercise his veto The contract was awarded to

powers knowingly in their behalf. the lowest bidder, Solomon and two and one-half mile of favorably with past sea-

-In fact he said that he agrees with i Durham of Quint-y. The contract paving in the Reno area. Face Financial sons, many growers this week did

the purpose of the Blanding legislation will not be valid however until The Council also accepted M C not harvest their corn but leftit

but objects to a clause in 'a performance: bond of $18.000 is McMillan's offer to complete a'' Loss This YearLast in the fields to harden. Later

'the bill that he considers a violation -, secured from Demetree guaranteeing -I map of Starke. including its new,'
week growers in the they will turn hogs into the fields,
of the fundamental constitu- 1: the completion of 25 houses citv limits, for $750. BroOk-I

tional principal ot seperatkrn of :within a year. I The Council considered a pro-( er area received a and hope to sell off the crop in

powers of the executive. and legis- posal bv Sheriff P. D. Reddish for -0 girl 72 from the sale of 15,053 the form of porkers.

lative branches of governmentIn : Robert M. A nJ"a:: s. Jacksonville II III I a $525 two-way radio system. The assorted packages of Southernprodul'P.
( consulting engineer, said that Total revenue to growers last
to given
according figures
his veto message he recom- ,range of the radio system would
mended that the bill be modified Demetree has received FHA approval -i cover to 35 or 40 miles. bv Brooker Market Manager I week according to 'figures given

and re-enacted. I for his sub-division and is I'I Reddish also proposed that Ralph Nettles. Prices were low I by M. R. Judd, Starke market

Now Rep. Charles E. Bennettof now getting his construction loans I tarke provide on operator for the because of little demand, and with ] manager was 76040.10, with

Jacksonville is rushing a new ready. Construction should begin radio at the county jail from 9 few exceptions growers lost
corn and cucumbers predominating. -
time in the future.
measure through the House Armed -' some near I a.m. until 7 p.m. to give Starke!:'t :r rt money on their crops. I .
awarded covered
The bid
Services Committee. The new pro- 24-hour radio service. The Sizeable acreages of
:11ect "A" in the over-all coun- Li 1) butter-I Judd reports that volume was
bill eliminates the amend- : beans and Crowder peas
simply ty now rates the radio from the heaviest of the season for
ment which was unfavorable to : plans for the housing development. 7 a.m until 9 p.m. stance were left in the field by I
j Projects "B." "C." and "D' will corn peppers. peas. and cucumbers -
farmers because there was no
Eisenhower.The The Council postponed any action -
I and that it will continue
i be undertaken the proposed
as demand for and it did not
Services Committeewill them
Armed on the radio until further
sub-division in size. heavy for about a week and then
consider the bill Monday: and grows negotiations- with Reddish could pay to harvest. decrease through the balance of

if it reports favorably\ quick action -I be completed.The While no figures are available June.

by the House is anticipated. it is verv likely that a large num-,
Council also
passed an or-
One grower said that the reason -
Bennett is racing against time to County Hospital dinance; providing the city with bet ot farmers in this area failed I II I corn was no being brought

get the measure through both the fliithoritv to sell a car seized bv to evenlear their expenses.An (Ito the market was "no demand" :

House and the Senate before ad- the that is usedin exception may be the growers -
Loses city police being: I|he also said that corn growers
$20,000 who are now gathering tobacco -
journment. the transporting of moonshine I this year had not made money.
delay a crop which has a government -
hitch that might
Another whiskey or any supplies or materials This view was echoed bv a

the action is any disagreement which are to be used in :;iidranteed price. and this I grower who sold 1.400 crates of

between the Army and the Florida .By Court's Ruling its preparation.The mi ome will help. in what has been I corn. but by the time he figured

Board the distribution otherwise a financially poor year. I
Armory ordinance was male possible the cost of his seed fertilizer, top
The tobacco of good quality.and .
of any profits from operating: bv a bill in the '53 State is I\dressing DDT (he dusted with it
Pradford County's proposed Tommy Morris, popular produ bnjer. mined to .Starke Farmer's Market this year after buying is cooking out well, but dueto
the property. the
Legislature Previously only
;114 times), hauling and crates
The story begins back in 1950 hospital had proximately $20.- !sheriff could sell cars confiscatedin "under the trees" during last yearV! corn 'season. Morris is pre-cooling; his corn this )'ear. Pictured the sustained dry weather the'!he realized
to clear
only enough
when Maj. Gen. Mark W. Lance. 000 snatched from its hands when the countyInvestors. above are various stages that the corn goes throughduring Morris' operation. The picture in the upper :tonage will be _off. Growers are .

adjutant general of Florida, be- the State Supreme Court ruled left shows the corn of T. C. Crawford being loaded into forri!>' pre-cooler. Upper right shows one of still hoping for some rain that,I expenses.Luther Hilliard was buying

came concerned over the threat- 4-3 that an extra tax imposed Morris' inspectors examining the corn before coolingit. Lower left shows Morris and R. B. Alvarez assistant : will improve their yield. :pepper this week. He loaded out
ened breakup of the huge Camp upon large Florida is itemized list
dog race Purchase shows Following an
Florida \ watching the corn from the pre-cooler. Lower right two
director of emerge ** cars one day. He paid $1.75.
Blanding reservation comprisingsome tracks was unconstitutional.The of market sales: 'I
of land. driver Gallic Ilersey, pa..te on the "Starke Fancy Golden Corn" label that Morris' trucks will carryto Tommy Morris, who in former
70,945: acres decision was based on an
White butterbeans. 1.754 $3-
-IVUm-id 1-Minute Photos, by the Telegraph i years operated in this area "outunaer
of I
At that time the Department opinion that the sliding scale tax land Certificates northern buyers. 737.30: sneckled butterbeans., '.._.2 .' u" .L. ."
the Army had declared the Feder- rate based only on volume of I I I 13.029.'U.808.53;-white -corn, 1,099.:I me trees reporter mathe
portion of the composite was very pleased with his new
i betting done daily was unfair to : Gold $45
Humphreys : 1640.65; yellow corn 30, ;
at the market.
reservation (40710.66 acres) the I Seventv-five certificates were
large I Crowder 3248 3155.20: !
its needs. and in I issued nublic last ; peas However although every available -
surplus to early at a auction STARKE
The state will have to refund $988.40
I Jax Team Black-eye peas 997 ; p.h.
the Federal lands were ordered Plays I on the platform was
1950 week bv Tax: Collector J. R. KellyIon I space
$2.280.000 which has been impounded -i I I $515.25
18 $27 limas ;
sold through the office of the land with unpaid taxes valnMat peas sold to buyers, and in spite of the
under a court order pending 1 3,246 $4.075.30; cranberrybeans
District Engineer in Jacksonville.In $1335.04 including amount due The Humphreys Gold Corp. soft- pepper fact that the crop yields were
the tout come of the suit. Of Fordhooks
189 $408.50
order to prevent this threat- advertising will Moore Dry good. the fact remains that the
for taxes. penalties and ball team play
1 the total $1,368.000 would have
: $43.75 (f). 63
25. ; eggplant
ened breakup of the State-Federal costs. Kilm Co. of Jacksonville tonight I I Ii farmers have had another finan-
i been divided equally among the i (e). 7. $7 okra.
reservation Gen. Lance obtained I $141.75: eggplant ;
a Bradford High i cial disappointment this
I Kelly said that all the certificates (Friday) at the !
counties. Bradford
,,67 County $34.50 cucumbers. 1,005
limited license of use for the i I softball diamond at- 8 p.m. I 12. ; Here is a list of the items sold:
I were purchased by individuals I
was this extra $64.
Florida National Guard He then planning on using 1118.59; butter peas 32.
: team (also referred String beans>, 253. 125175.
The Humphreys'
tax money in the construction of and that no land was I
to Charles E. Bennett
appealed Rep. Crowder 1.270 $1.
Lion'steam $379.50 ,
its 'I''I'i left by bidders for the county. He to as the Keystone ; peas.
i hospital.j
&r ,n act of Congress author- successful week last I Legion/ Baseball $1.270; cucumbers, 8.642 $1.50-
had a
said that )
king transfer of title to the Federal -j The extra tax on larger dog I: most of the purchaserswere BRAND
$3.15 $17.284 2,941
week downing Starke's Alvarez ; pepper
lands at Blanding to the State tracks was one of the major for investment purposes by

Arfnory! Board which already had j legislative requests of the late j jI i rather, than land speculation. In- team. 8-6 and downing-school students.a teamof A GOLDEN'S\VEET CORN Begins June 15Starke's 160$2, 4558.55$2.25-$3.25: cranberry, $440; beans.butter

title to of Its Gov. Dan McCarty. ,vestors buy the certificates for 'Melrose high
some 30,234 acres I Acting Gov.. Junior
Lions now Legion beans. 272 $1.50-$2.25. $476; corn,
I Charley E. Johns said that the the purpose of receiving the relatively 14-11. The Keystone Shipped By I
Baseball will get underway 38,311 J1.25-J2, $51,632.05.
record againstthe program
Lance asked for this legis- supreme court ruling was: 'no high interest paid by the hold a 4-4 season's 15 when the Starke !

lation "In order to permanently more than I expected." ,land owner it he wishes to hold Melrose, team. : L. R. Morris Produce ExchangePhone I June
I Williston.
team plays Williston at
prohibit the dissipation of this Johns said that he for his land. The Stat ke Alvarez team recovered I
I I ; Starke nine will its home
C. The open
composite reservation so that It a compromise measure in the Kelly said that this year rates from its loss to Hum- LD-57 Columbia. S. slate July 17 when it plays Ocala Financial Reports

may In case of future need be i Senate which would have been acceptable with last year as being "one of i phrey whipping a Road Camp(II .

available for military use by the I I to the court. The court :the smallest sales since I took office team near Gainesville in a doubleheader here.The ,
Armed Forces of the U. S. without, Bill Pictured abo\e is a label similar to the three-color label used by American Legion baseball
order also prevents the beginning in 1949. Kelly said that I 12-4 and 7-4 Sunday. Show Cost

cost." I of a new program to aid the indigent I about 59 certificates were issued Epps and Vic Frees shared the I Produce Buyer Tommy Morris in his shipments of local corn grade]I program was the initial baseball Last High

The proposed Act would make i i disabled which was also last year. I pitching honors for Alvarez. "Fancy" at the Starke Farmer's Market. :Morris purchased 25,000labels program for young boys.

the total reservation available for t authorized by the 1953 Legisla- I Th> breakdown of this year's Players for the Alvarez team in to advertise the county's golden corn. year's Starke team lost to Gaines-
I ville in the district finals. Of
the National Guard in \ CampaigningThe
use by L '
ture. Frees,
I certificates is as follows: taxes j Sunday's games were: Epps
at the time I. E. Clark is the chairman for
peacetime same provide r: Johns said that he will introduce I due $1103.95. interest $33.14, adjvertising 'Jimmy Rowe. Harry Green Ed- \ .
for immediate Federal il! Vet the Starke team this year. The
1''a bill on the first day of next I : $131.50. cost of issuing gar and Edward Akridge. Stanley : RepresentativeWill 1
needed in an emergency. It also>> I Guardsmen End Starke team has eight games time may have been that
I legislature to give aid to those certificates $11.25 and collector's i Clark. Ovid Bennett. Harry Hazel- Be Here June 7
( i slated this year before the district a man could ran for public office
(Continued on gage 8) (physically handicapped citizens. I commission 5519. i iwood. and aMar Crosby. I
tournament on July 19. 1 I by merely throwing his hat in
County Service Officer Arch .r.
-- --- I Weekend Training1Local : ;| Following Starke's first two the ring and if he lost, well, at

New Construction Humphreys Gold Corp. Highland Mine j I Thomas Jr., advises all veteran 5 games will be: Starke at Gaines- I least it hadn't cost him much

\ that a representative of the Stat e yule, June 22; Dunnellon at Starke! money out of his pocket.

Headquarters Company.2nd Service Office will be at the offic e June 29.: Williston at Starke Julyn I But judging by the reports
t .._, ,' : ', '"I., < ,' Bn 124th Inf. will completeits of the County Service Officer o 1; Starke at Ocala July 6; Starkee filed in the courthouse by candi-

....P. : ".'" ": weekend training for this yearat Monday, June 7, at 3 p.m. to giv at Gainesville July 8: and Dunnel-. I dates for various county offices,

j ''''' '11 Camp Blanding this ....week according any possible help. Ion at Starke. July 15. !that day is gone forever. For in

:- ,"j4 Lt. Randal F. Chitty.I I stance the
.' to average expense
... I i
""": .
company commander. I the 15 candidates in the primaries
1- Members of the unit will report Forty And Eight Society Purchases ;.amounted to $131.95 a tidy sum

r '0 the armory Saturday morning even in these days. The total
Small Locomotive For Use As
I for assembly. and movement to Symbol'was nearly $2.000.Of .

... course, some candidates
|I amp Blanding for dinnerVea- spent
more than that. The highest sum
ions firing will be completed on I
I renorted was 20752. while the
the rifle ranges (carbine and M-l i iI rl'T4t1p
lowest was $75. Largest single
.. m.l. 4 I and on the machine-gun rangeThe
.4. item recorded of course, is the
will attend field tiaining
1 unit
5 per cent qualifying fee. which
from 13 to *27 June :
"vj an annual salary of $1,200,
Movement will be by rail < Pullman :
amounts to $60.
i I. except for members assign-
Here are the expenses reportedby
*d to advance detachments
!1 the various county office candidates
Pfc. Sidney Jackson and Leslie i : !! :

to attend tht-
Davis are assigned L. L. Renfroe. $176.21: E. L.

pre-camp mess school. The\ wiD I Crawford $0752: Ewell Lawson

leave Thursday 10 June. for Fort ,I <144.59: Dan'W. Starling. $110.85;

..McClellan. for the three-day: : Truman Norman. $119.07; H. C

No champagne ot speeches The Highland mine's wet mill and dredge construction is pictured road which extends fox over a j jUK school.Jacksonville They will then travel fly b-to Anniston ous- K-*'lv. $143.49: A. L. Green.
to S124.02 H. C.
marked the unheralded "launch- abme following the recent "launching" of the dmtge. On the left rrom the office site to the I ; Douglas:: $75:

ing 01 me Highland dredge recently are wooden and rail supports uhich presently support the steel bottom tit where the dredge and wet mil! Ala. Ethan. A Sapp $156.42; Stafford
Capt. Neal M. Btl'elsff Sf L Crews. $161.43: Henry B. Hin-
but the event was none- ire being constructed. The roadis '
of the wet mill's hull. The dredge is seen in the background. On Wallace I
flanked Charles J. Schaefer. Pfc. son, $13366: Mrs. Jessie R. Chas-
the-less important to the approx- the right is a closerlev of the dredge as it rides high in the water. I by telephone poles Gerald Gay are .I
oarrish and Pfc. toin.. $120.50 Gerald Adkina.fl .
imately 125 employees engaged large drainage ditches and a 20- .. : ;
The dmtee's, heavy equipment and superstructure will be constructed advanced motor .t <
inch which q*sisnf to the -' : 510: H. A. Lawson, $77.20; T.
in constructing the new $3.000- pipe have also been '1'
now that it is floating. ; detachment which will leave <- ." T. Long $133.28.Democratic.
: : t
000 ilmenite mine near Lawte y. II completed by Humphreys. I,
I I Thursday morning. 10 June. This;,
The launching of the dredge, I Construction is also finishedon Fie members of the local chapter of the Forty and Eight Society'
: ed to the point where the dredge partially-completed office build- : TOIIP. travelling bv truck will
from its landlocked: dry-dock j ( the heavy duty rail that to Charles Ben Bill Graham
spur I to ((1 r) Hardy. Suslow Ray Stone, and I. E. Committee
could float The dredge was then, ing. j *ran!'r>ort unit equipment camp.
meant that the construction canjnow ; I was built from Seaboard's
main :Clark stand beside their prized possession, a miniature of small
moved from the 15-foot level to third of i i in addition to drawing other equipment a
underway on the plant's'wet i In the mine's area line near US.. 301. : Backs Up CollinsThe
get I Highway and supplies to Fort Mc- French engine that will be used by the society in parades and welfare -,
mill" which is the key tO|I the deeper part. operation, hugh 12-foot concrete Most of Humphreys' heavy con- I
have been laid to Hellan.: and bavins the housekeeping work. i I II Bradford County Democratic
the mine's op ration. ', Next the pit was drained tol I supports providea I struction materials are deliveredover
the firm foundation for the heavy arrangements set up for omnittee met Friday afternoonto
level. :
wet 'ts original leaving
and the the
Both the dredge new rail spur.A Local members of Voiture 1388 the American Legion. All Its
i in the mill.Workers the main body. elect officers and to on
constructed in a' dredge floating in the man-made machinery used dry go
mill I
are being hard surfaced road is being of the and members are Legionnaires. !
Forty Eight society are
that will mark the starting 'ake and the dry-dock area "high are now filling in dirt: I Cpl. Zack Crawford left Tues record as supporting the full
giant pit from U. ;
.: Highway 301 to The locomotive will stay in
around the and work Fort Benning. Ga.. temporary custodians of a small democratic slate of nominees forNovember's
of the mining. The pita ind dry" for the construction of ,, supports day. 1 June. for
p'ait' the mine the
by Glenn G. Sear- Starke until June .10 when W. H. !
constructed on two levels, one the wet mill's hull. When the hull 1. wily begin shortly on the actual, : ing Co. of Jacksonville. The road to attend service school as a I rubber-tired locomotive purchased (Bill) Graham will step down as: general election.

about 15 t<*t deep and the other', of the wet mill is completed it. structure of the dry mill. I[should be completed in about three student at the wheel vehicle mechanics I by the Voiture from Dave Atkinson Voiture Chef-de-Gare. or post! G. P. Wadsworth committee was reelected Mrs.
the ,
I chairman of
about 25 feet deep. I will be launched in a similar mann The mine is basically a replicaof | months. i iHumphreys' course. It started on 2 recent candidate for Railroad commander. He will be succeeded I
I Bell Brown elected cochairman -
The dry-dock portion of the!' r.I the Trail Ridge mine that has: !June. Cpl. Crawford will graduate and Public Utilities Commission. I I' was
I officials by Dwight Sullivan of Newberry.I
Beatrice Futch
are em- and :Mrs. was
pit is the 15footlevel.. Normallyit I New construction is being con- operated near Starke for the last i phasizing sifety during the con- |about 8 August.Set. I The "Forty and Eight" stands Starke:: member to be installed at re-elected secretary.The I

is above the pit's water level iucted simultaneously on both the five years. Like the Trail Ridge Joe Warren is attendin for a small French box car that
i struction of Highland. C. J. Bas- that time are Cliff Currie who committee voted unanimously !
and it is here that the preliminary dredge and the wet mill. The bottom ; mine. Highland is being constructed -i tedo construction superintendent. i:.I the advanced NCO school at Fort (was claimed to be suitable for will be Chef-d-Traine. or vice- to go on record urging all !

construction of the dredge and the of the hull of the wet mill is : and operated by HumphreysGold Benning.: and SFC. Billy Dansby 40 and '
transporting men eight
I set forth the commander Stone
following policy for ; Ray as con- Democmis to support "all Demo-
wet mill takes place. ;n place. and vertical bulkheads; Corporation for E. L du I I will report to Ft. Benning as a I houses. The locomotive is a replica -
I jail employees: "It.is our goal to candidate. ducteur: and Jerry as lampiceste. cratic candidates from the precinct :
: the is are being erected. Work is also Pont de Nemours & Co. of Wil student at the officers small French andit
The 25-foot level of pit construct the I of a engine Other members of the local level uo to Governor." They voted i

artually a man-made lake. Natural being continued on the super- mington. DeLHumphreys j Highland Plan i i course on 21 June. was therefore adopted by the chapter are: John Godwin. SeeberGoodman. to send a copy of their resolutionto

springs are supplementedwith structure of the dredge. I plans to have the I.without the tragedy .of crippling'j society as an appropriate symbol. A. J. Thomas Sr.. A. J. each Democratic nominee.

additional water pumped in Rapid progress is also being mine in operation around the first ; injuries." !![Arch Thomas Jr. The Voiture members will use Thomas Jr., Herb Thomas. I. E.I The resolution was adopted by

to maintain a lake of about eight made in the other areas of the of the yeart present the mine I His goal is being met so far. New Judge-Advocate fhe locomotive in parades welfare Clark Theron A. Yawn, Gene the committee lo kill a rumor

feet in depth. or just slightly below mine. The lab building. first struc- has only one shift working a day ; Company safety records show that., work, and on other occasions.!i| Lone John Grew Cliff Haien.I which circulated following the

the level of the dry-dock I ture to be completed at the mine on construction but the plant will there has been only one minor!!i Arch J. Thomas Jr. local atItnrrev. Voiture 1388 is composed of Ala- : Guy Andrews. T. M. Finlev second primary that some local

portion of the pit. : (and still used as its headquarters go into 24-hour operation when it I was elected judge advocate I chua. Bradford, Gilchrist, and I Charles Partin. Bill Coram. S. G. I Democrats might support the Republican -

The hull of the dredge was con- ), is now surrounded by a begins the actual mining. lostime accident at the mine ,of he American Ieion at the annual ;I Union counties. i Denmark. Al Crosbv Ben Suslow. I nominee Tom Watson.

structed until it was water-tight. garage. electrical shop warehouse. Humphreys has already completed since construction began there convention held at St. P/ers- The Forty and Eight 13 an Dr. A. Y. Covington and Charles rather than LeRoy Collins for

and then the entire pit was flood- changehouse. welding shop. and : construction of a lime rock, Oct 12. 1953. burg last week honor and fun-making sociaty of Hardy ,.Governor. J I ..

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BRADFORD E. L.. MATTHEWS mrrnyr.HIGHLAND some turn to time.good We health.wish him a re- -=- =_ :--- :..-: :-;. ::::::- :;'-- : .:-=-.:.: --: ': :: --"-- =- ...--. -.- ."j I Ip

Among those baptized last Sun-
COUNTY EDITOR day at Crosby Lake was Bill Pen- *


school 9:45: a.m. wor-

every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under !ship service. 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. am deeply grateful for the I

the yet of March 3, 1879. each Sunday; prayer service Wednesday .
j wonderful support that was given ::::::::
8 p.m.; choir practice, Fri- :::::::.
(i me by the voters of Bradford :::::::
County in candidacy for the -
: Sunday. 7 p.m.A I' my =-
Board of Public Instruction. Although =
group from here attended -
graduation exercises Friday p.m,1(I -
continue to strive for the best interests ;;:;;
at the Lawtey Junior High School.
time has come to present a matter of greatest importance to the people of Brad- We had the following graduates;schools. of the county public --,- .. {TOtllf

ford County. i from here A: Jonell and James Nor-
It deals with our secondary road program.. *, man, and Mary Helen Herndon. I YOU'LL LOVE the ne, ster-

With another change of administrations due in Tallahassee next January, the future Children will go back to school.I brook purse-size fountain pens U //III/"I'-

so far as pending Bradford County road construction is concerned, will be unsettled to say June Mr.4 and, to Mrs.set their Leonard report cards.I pastel shades. Only $%.31 at Brad. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat. June 5
the least. ,
At stake are some ten secondary road projects and if the I daughter. Evelyn and Jeanette
i I I
Griffis in
were Jacksonville.
county is to be sure of their construction they must be started I I Thursday -
p. m. on business.
and under way before the end.oi this year. I I
Less than seven months remain between now and Jan- Those attending church here Maxwell House Vac-Pac
Sunday were: Winfred Wilkinson, I
. uary 1. Wilbur Mobela. Amanda Wilkinson COFFEE F F E E

During that seven months with complete cooperation on !I all of Jacksonville; Sarahlee 1

the part of all concerned it will be just possible to get these, Brown and son. "f Maxville: Mr.

ten road building projects started in Bradford County. and Mrs. A. J. 1' -milton and son. Limit 1 Can 1-lh 2-lb

They are: Billy and Mrs S. R. Hamilton i 1.00 \1.99

1)) The so-called Rosier Road; starting at 301 at Tim all of Winter Beach.T. I I

Washington, D. C. Blackburn's place, thence westerly to the Union County line. E. Pease, of St. Marys. Ga.. I with 5.00 order can Can

2)) The road from Hampton south to Alachua Countyline. was in our community: on business. i

Enclosed you will please find a I _. ... .. .' ,_ .. .,, ... :: .: -.
Wednesday. I : ;::'::: ::: "'c!-' -;''''' -<:'''' ; > i; ,:;'" "': : ::: :"" ";;: < ::,: "---c.o" O'1; ::: :: '_-;-
from President Eisenhower -
message 3)) The Sampson City"loop" road. Lacey and Theodore Norman I '
explaining the reasons he i BARGE ALASKASALMON
vetoed the Camp Blanding Bill.I 4)) The Griffis Loop road. and Buddie Wilkinson were in..!
thought tail information might 5)) A road from Graham running southerly to Alachua Gainesville on business Monday. Tall Can
Brown and son. of
to line.
be of interest you. i County I
Of course my main purpose is 6)) Completing Road 225 to Conner Bridge. Maxville, left for Germany to join Y I: about this question 1
,her husband, who is in the Armed
to try in every way to make Camp 7)) The road starting at Heilbronn Springs and running Forces. Those "accident
Blanding available for big-time westerly to Brownlee Road near J.- L. Orr farm. I i j 25c-per-day ( Limit 1 With $5 Order)

military operations in the event 8)) Certain roads through Lawtey. Mrs. J. b. roune is visiting j. tickets" from your agency I Lb Can

they are needed. I believe this 9)) New Hope Church road near Brooker. friends and relatives in Jackson-'I saved me over $3000 medical I SHORTENING 3 19C

would be most helpful to our com- 10)) Certain roads through Starke. ville.Mrs.. Maudie i expense on my hunting trip
in Starke and the Padgett and
munity there road project underway is an involved process,
Getting a Clara Boone were to last Fall. Can they be boughtfor
Incidentally messengers
surrounding area. with almost all the complications coming in the months be- Meeting DEAL PACK
the Union
B'anding is the only large land at Oak Grove. $5000 protection on sum-

m in'litary the whole reservation State of that Florida we have and I fore the these contractor complications actually can starts be resolved to work.If within the next I Friday Hazel with Griffis Pastor was E.in C.Jackson-Harvey. mer vacation trips as well? I A A MOUR SUDS 2 Packages 39C

started before 1, the I -
I do not believe 't is at all improbable -I seven months and work is January ville Monday on business I I
that the camp will have,county will have them. But time is of the essence. I Our pastor E. C. Harvey will I E. Johns I

to be used by the Federal government Under ideal conditions. the fastest time possible in which be at the revival! at Whitehouse. : Charley

again. all preliminary work can be done is five months. There are this week. Orange Pekoe /: Ib

Congressman Bennett is work-I road surveys to be made. ownership surveys. title searches I Dont forget boys and girls I & Son ASTOR TEA 43C I
I our Bible school Agency
begins June 14
ir? over the bill now to see if he and other necessary legal work. Time must also be allowed I j Belated ,
certain provisions that fences, and the settlement of birthday greetings!: to t
ran change for themoving of buildings '
I' i Larrv Norman. May 25 and W. !! Phone 13 Starke, Fla. i iI
would meet the objections of the questions relating to borrow pits. to say nothing of the 15 iHardee May 26. E. I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUSING Slick No. 1 for

President, and I'll keep you fully I days required for the asking of bids, and the 30 days which 1 j Mr. ronvers has been ill for I DOG FOOD 12 89C

informed as to what happens. I the contractors are allowed before actually starting the job. i i

-Billy Matthews The burden, of course, is on the county to furnish all

Member of Congress rights-of-way for these projects.It -I SLICED OR HALVES CALIF.
is obvious that there is barely enough time left in whichto f
Seven Oaks Farm II I Stokely No. 2/2! Cans

Sharpsburg here Ga.farm of get the our year.secondary road program under way before the end I I I I PEACHES 25C 1

While I am on my
The five months of preliminary work, with all possible
with nothing to do now but wad I
since cotton and corn are already haste will take until about November. If contracts are let FANCY FRPITCOCKTAIL

I thought I would ex- then there is barely time for the contractors to get the
press a few of my thoughts on work under way so that the jobs will be far enough along I ewWh 6 Stokely 303 Con 21 1 C 1
I Jadelpbu
the recent Supreme!= Court rulingon that they cannot be cancelled. ""-.. Son frerxbco K1nF.S G Wasl ng

segregation.There Now here's where property owners of the county come-in: StLowsI Rchaad. "9 I .

has been too much imma- In the securing of rights-of-way for these ten projectsthe I \I STOKELY I
ture talk about the subject. Naturally County will need the fullest unselfish cooperation of all CLEARING METHODS a.I I At"nE. -

many people are excited :!landowners involved or else the program will be jeopardized.Each I THE NATIONS fEfAALO.8n[ ._ 303 Can For C I ISTOKELY'S
over the .decision because they be- landowner along these proposed roads will have to ; RESERVE SYSTEM AND CREAM CORN 2 29

lieve that such a decision actually decide what he wants. If he wants the road then he will CORRESPONDENT BANK, -
breaks down all Southern tradi- CHECKS SWIFTLY COMPLETE '
doing everything in his to expedite '
hurry things along by it
tions and they also think that it }
it. He will have to bear in mind that this is not an j TOWARDS COLLECTION.' F A CYTOMATO

must result in in unlimited schools. mixing of I ordinary situation and not argue every little detail, and I .... Moo Can
public T "C
races 7
But let's clear our minds of fight to get "as much or more than the other fellow. He J JUICE 46Oz

emotions for a moment and consider will not make unreasonable demands because. if he does I

what effect the decision will the road simply will not get under way in the required time. Checking Account is a modern convenience.Our ---

have on us now and what we as If he delays, argues, and tries to hold out for unreasonable
good citizens, can and should Jo demands then he might as well forget the whole thing, for Corn Fed Pork Loin

to preserve our public schools, to he will defeat his own interests, as well as those of his officers cordially invite you to establish 7-Rib Cut Lb C

preserve our self-respect and at neighbors. ROAST 49
such account with bank.
the time to children in our .
same give ALL There are hundreds of tracts of land involved necces- t

white and colored the best rights-of-way for these ten projects and the job of
education of which each child is trying-to get the preliminary work done will take at least CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS Pound 79c
capable of receiving and makingthe than that. Bradford .
five months. If it takes any longer
best use of. This can be indefinitely U. S. Good Grade "EAT-RITE" Beef
County's secondary road program may become lost or -
worked out and written into law ,
t in such a manner as to be in conformity delayed in the confusion of another change of ad- Pound

with the opinion of the ministrations in Tallahassee. CHUCK ROAST 39C
Supreme Court. These roads are needed by our people now. The oppor- ice

The decision does not create tunity exists to get them. But they can only be obtainedif FLORIDA BANK at STAfiKE

unsegregated schools because the each landowner involved keeps these basic facts in mind ''J I Pound

segregated create Supreme any Court or schools non-segregated.has in no Florida power TheSupreme -to and acts promptly and unselfishly when the time comes., Member Florida National Group SHOULDER S L ROAST S 49C I

Court might stop Local Workers Complimented Pound'
schools but under no circumstances -
can it compel Florida or PLATE STEW 19C
Thomas F: Carey. Director of Employee Relations.
any other state to operate any
Gold recently remarked:
special kind of schools. Humphreys Corp.
"Our experience with the type of individuals in this area $25.00
However the Court did hold that
satisfactory from the standpoint of loyalty 39CFANCY
children could not be segregated has been highly HAMBURGER
rurelv on a basis of race creed I Ito the job. willingness to turn out a good day's work for a

or color as is provided in the good day's pay.
amendments to the Federal Con- "We are pleased" he added. "with the fact that the

stitution.In I average man takes well to regulations. We have very little REWARDTo RED RIPETOMATOES

holding this the Court per-'I difficulty in enforcing company rules, which makes for pleasant Large

haps unconsciously also held that I working relations between supervision and the operating lLbs 39C

you could NOT mix children in the I force. The majority of individuals have some mechanical

schools purely on a standpoint of I ability. S Anyone Bringing L's A Copy Of

color If one is in violation of i "We attribute our present safety record in no small mea- -

'he 14th Amendment then the l to the fact that the men are receptive to safety and want
other is bound to be in violation of VOL.
it also. i to do what is right." 1 R0. 1 ._ I ILIBBY'S

These nice things to :hear especially, in
If children are separated it : are mighty .
must be on some basis other than I i view of the fact that Southern workers have often been com- of the Cans I II
color. But also, if they are mixedby nared by some writers in unfavorable terms with their BRADFORD
law. it must be on some other Northern brethern. COUNTY TELEGRAPHThen

basis than color. Every cornfield Although the Southern worker hasn't had much of a I
knows this be I ( Called The Florida Telegraph)
lawyer to true.
.chance in the past to prove his true worth because of a lack Cans
The people of Florida too
of industries in this region, the opportunities to show what RUSO STRAWBERRIES 5 99C
.mart not to be able to work outa The oldest Telegraph we now have in our possession is ,
plan to carry out their will and he can do are beginning to appear with growing industrialization r 01. 1. No. 11. We would particularly like to have a

without being violation of the of the South. That the Southern worker fully appreciates of Vol 1. No. 1. the first issue of the Telegraph copy ever I

Court's they opinion.can-Yancey and I will S.am Williams do confidentthat so. Humphreys this these area.and opportunities other industries is shown that by are the"glad experience they came"to of / printed.Anniversary to use* Edition.in connection with our forthcoming 75th I FLA: PAR-KEN LIMEADE 7 Cans 99C

I We urge our friends to help us find this prized paper by ,

OTICK TO _\PPKM1 I Divorce, custody and control of >ilre To AppearsT" making a diligent search of your premises. Old
t.> 1"1I1t ('.. Bradford childrenhas David Trogdon. whose re-idence i- papersare
.rt. Gaunt i minor I
KUridat !. rhcarrrjr.It been filed against you in the and address I Is: c o James W. frequently found in the bottom of old trunks. dresser Cans

..lores William. Plaintiff vsII YOu iKnve are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of Trngdon.Warn ick. SSOSS Virginia.Jeffer"on.nuj>. drawers. among old documents, and even behind old : LIBBY'S LEMONADE L 99C

.bert Williams. Defendant. your answer or oleadme to the complaint You are hereby notified nat I 1 framed pictures. Please take a look in these likely :
Case No. 10-504 OP the Plaintiff* Attonn Quit Car
Nllr To \tfr T. T. Frank Landrum. Starke Fla. Divorce I places and see if you can find the lucky Vol. 1, No. 1
.and file the original in the office of las been filed against you In thee Cons
To Robert Williams whose residince -I the Clerk of the Circuit 'our' or shove named Court and cause and If you can't find that first issue but do find other old I DUNCAN HINES ORG JUICE 7 99C
and address !Is: c'o S W Far- lor before the 14 day of June van are required to serve a copy of
tier 415 Pruckner Boulevarc. Bronx. 1S34: otherwise the allegations of your answer or pleading to th issues, especially those before 1910 we would appreciateyour
New York. said Complaint will be taken as con You are hereby notified that a fenced bv rOUt T. Frank Landrum bringing them in We want not only copies of the

uit for I. This each notice week shabe fr published and Starke.file the Florida.original In the office of!" Telegraph, but also copies of the now defunct East Flor-
once. >r four consecutive
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph the Clerk. of the Circuit Court on ida Courier. The Florida Advocate, and any other papers
or before the2S 1
Dated this 12:! day of May 1954. day of June, 1>54; that have been published in Starke in bygone das.Thanks' SUPERBRAND ICE CREAM .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby otherwise the allegation. ef said l ,
;. Clerk of the C'rcntt ('norPy ; omolaitt will be taken as confej>,
'd hv
Marian L. Crosby Depot Clerk you
For Your Cooperation
This notice shall be published
bl IttTlOWtIIY ACYEtT151RAIIE 5/14 4t 6/4 I
,, 5RA DS U ,o 1 once weeks each the week Bradford for four County consecutive Telegraph ; Pints Gallon
in -!
d t.ctsa t.owMDSc.o. NOTICE TO APPEIBU ': ,
.-aMa.aYWMO.trt taLc i Circuit Co art. Bradford C.QBt7.Plarlda '|I'' I 2 39C 1-2 69C
era'r.Rli fait QfyAAISA1 : I. Chameerr.TV OFFICIAL Dared this SEAL:Ii day Charles of :May A,134 Darby. Bradford County Telegraph
cAV.Ae BUCK Ett- Trojcdon Plaintiff vs Da>-- Clerk of the Circus; Court )I IBy
1PO-&OX 177-ORLANDO-FLORIDA- >d Tiogdun. Dd..ndantI'.L Mar.an 1.. Crosby Denuty Clerk _. '-. -
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gavel and keys of the clubhouseto ton D. C. to spend the interim May 14. 1954. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff i I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I IB The Circuit Court Of The Eig..taJadl..lal I 38 minutes East 1931 feet; <
[Signed) Cassie Seabright seeks divorce and restoration of I or before the Circuit Of Florida, IB 1 Thence South 7 degree 03 mn- I
Mrs. C. T. Smith, vice president period with her parents, :Mr. and Edward Seabright, deceased. maiden name.Bradlora 14 day of June, 1954s I And For Bradford CountjsIB ,| utes West 411.5 feet Theme !;
who was acting for Mrs. P. F. Mrs. Everett Brown, former resi- Administratrix cf the Estate of county lelegraph shall I otherwise the allegations of saJaComplaint Chancery.D. I South 55 degrees 05 minutes :
Keystone Heightsby 5/14 4t 6/4 publish this Order in next four will be taken as L. Thomas and Seletta Thomas j West 1192.7 feet; Thence North i ii
Eagan who is out of the city. dents of Keystone Heights. Dale weekly issues. fessed by you. Clfn'I'I his wife, & L. H. Outlaw and Alma i I 59 degree 57 minutes West 513 '
has been the Witness hand and official seal This notice shall be publishedonce I Outlaw. his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. F. j I feet; Thence North 0 degrees 02 ;
employed by Dupont my ,
Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAA I Mrs. Smith made a brief address I I. Circuit Court. Bradford County,) each week for four consecutive M. minutes"e't 105 feet; Then e i iI
26 Packham et al
at Starke Florida. this May ,
I and named two committee chair- Company, at Humphreys Gold Florida t !. Chancery.Ohla 1S54. weeks In the Bradford County Tele I I I North S9 degrees 57 minutes j'I
: Ellen Beard Plaintiff vs. Joseph graph. QCIET TITLE. ETC. !I West 390 feet; Thence North 0 I
1 man; Mrs. Detweiler for the pro- Corporation Trail Ridge Plant. A. Beard Defendant. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs Dated this 10 day of May 1954. Order Of Publication And Notice To degrees 0: minutes West 9a i |
His father William J. is Case No. 10-498 Clerk of said Court I feet to the Point of Beginning !
The Keystone Woman'sClub I gram committee and Mrs. Cooperfor Siprelle (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Appear The State of Florida. To:
Heights .. Marian L. Clerk
r Order Of Publication A \otlre By Crosby, Deputy all lying and being in the North
held their annual Garden the bazaar to be given next the General Superintendent of ther Appear State Of Florida! Tot Chas.! R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life Clerk of the Circuit Clerk Court F. M Packham. Joyce B. Pack- I east Quarter of Section 24, Township I
Marian L. Deputy
I Plant Joseph A. Beard, whose residenceand Pldg., Jacksonville, Florida.Attys. I By Crosby. ham, Norman Blue, C. L. Richards, 7 South, Range 21 East,
Party on at fall. Officers for the new 5/14 4t 6'4 William Jones, also known "'m. I
Tuesday May 25 year address is: Unknown.. for Plf. 5/28 4t 6/18 as Bradford County. Florida. SAVE
what Is still known as the Pang- are; Mrs. Eagan, president; Mrs. \I Beautiful Lake Geneva was the You are required to appear on Jones, Gussie Durden, F. I. McCall. AND EXCEPTING THEREFROMthat II
June 14, 1954 in the abote named .: In Circuit Court. Bradford CountyFlorida also known as Flank I. McCall. W.
born Apartments. It now belongsto Smith, vice-president; Mrs. Elliott site for some photographs of water ;Court and cause; wherein plaintiff 'I la Chancery. In The Circuit Circuit Of Court.Florida Eighth IB And Jadiclal For- R. Lane John C. Edie also knownas I L.portion H. Outlaw thereof and now Alma ownedby Out-

Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Peters of corresponding secretary; Mrs. sports, taken by the publication :seeks divorce. I Benjamin F. Powers, Plaintiff, vs. Bradford Conntr. J. C. Edie. Chas. Roberts. John R. Uw, his wife as more particularly -
Earle Jr. also known
J. R.
Bradford County Telegraph shall Mildred L. Powers, Defendant. as described in Parcel One here-
Cristobal Canal Zone. Mrs. James Schroeder recording secretary; "Motor Boating" on Saturday.The publish this Order in next four Case No. 10-529 IN CHANCERY. No. 10-509 Earle Jr., J. D. Lemore, Thos. W. inabove and also described in

who acts as agent offered the Mrs. Grayson, treasurer; Mrs. closing of the Keystone weekly issres.Witness I Ordrr Of Publication ....tottre To Harriet Edward. Plaintiff.. Sydney Pitts also known as T.V.. Pitts !I that certain Warranty Deed executed
C. Edwards. Defendant. Samuel C. Lane also known
my hand and official sealat Appear; State Of Florida Tot r as by D. L. Thomas and Se-
lawn as a site for the Garden .Walrath, :Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Heights Grade School brought a : Stark, Florida. this May 12, 1954. To: Mildred L. Powers whose : ORDER .NOTICE I Sam'l. C. Lane, John Alexander Graham letta Thomas. his wife to L. H. .
Party. I Detweiler, directors. flurry of activities for the OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs I residence and address is: 508 Fern- II. The .Naatrof the State of Florida: James L. Gates' and A. Dyal, if Outlaw and Alma Outlaw his
young- Clerk of said Court. dale Drive Highpolnt, North Caro- To: Sydney C. Edwards, whose alive, and the unknown spouse of wife under date of February 28
About forty members and guests The Keystone Contract Bridge sters, particularly the eighth grade By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk lina. residence and address is unknown. I each of them, if alive and if any of 195 said Deed being recordedin
I'Club I held their graduating class. There were 'Chas. R. Hess 204 Guaranty Lif You are required to appear en You are hereby summoned and required them be dead. to the unknown Deed Book 73, Page 13 et seq.
enjoyed the affair. Mrs. F. M. weekly duplicate Bldg., Jacksonville Fla. June 28 1954, in the above named to Answer the Bill of Complaint spouse, heirs devisees, grantees Public Records of Bradford
I I play on Tuesday. May 25. at the three school picnics for the different Attys for Pl!. 5/14 4t 6/4 Court and cause wherein plaintiff filed herein against you in legatees assignees, creditors and County Florida.
Walrath Sr. was chairman of the. seeks divorce. the above entitled cause and servea other claimants by through underor
I Inn.I There were seven tables in rooms. The Baccelaureate Bradford County Telegraph shall copy of your Answer or other defense against each and every of the You and each of you are hereby
hostess committee, which Included I play.i High score was won by I Sermon was delivered by the Rev. NOTICE' TO APPEAR publish this Order in next four upon Samuel V. Holch, Attorney above named persons who are deceased notified that a Bill of Complaint ha*
I Mrs. !. CIrcuit Court Bradford Cooaty. weekly issues. for Plaintiff. 409-A Main Street, ; to the Florida Land &: Immigration been filed in the Circuit Court of
S. E. JIcKay, Mrs. J. Stein Com. and 31rs. John D. ..Patterson W. B. McCrary at/.the Baptist Florida !. Chancery. Witness my hand and official Daytona Peach Florida, on or be-, Company Florida and Bradford County Florida in Chan-

| Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. Cooper. I'I with 86 points. Mr. and Mrs.F. Church, on Sunday May 23. Margaret J. Curry, Plaintiff, vs. seal at Starker; Florida this May 26,' fore the 19th day of June, 1854. its unknown successors, trustees, cery, by D. L. Thomas and Seletta
Thomas his wife, L.
and H. Outlaw
I Robert I. Curry, Defendant.Case U54. Herein fail not or a Decree Pro Con- stockholders and other claimants by
At four o'clock the new officers M. Tolles followed with 82 The graduates were the guests No. 10-522, OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby fesso will be entered against you through or under it; and to all other and Alma Outlaw his wife, as plaintiffs
: Notice To Appears As Clerk of said Court for the relief demanded in the Bill claiming right title, and against you and each of
persons any
and :Mr. and Mrs. Wm. of the Club I
were installed. Mrs. points Rotary on Fridaynoon
McDonald, To*. Robert I. Curry whose residence By Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk of Complaint. The nature of this lien or interest in or to tke follow- you as defendants; that the nature
the retiring president introducedMrs. Siprelle with 81 points. This where they were addressedby and address is: M/Sgt. USA Charles R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life suit is a Bill of Divorce. ing described property situate in of said suit is to qufet and confirmthe
Serial Number RA 6970624. 531st Bldg.. Jacksonville. Florida. Witness my hand and seal of office Pradford County, Florida to-wit: title of plaintiffs L. H. Outlaw
A. J. Holl the installing offIcer club is open to the public and any- Mrs. Frances B. Morgan, new. Quartermaster Co., Post of Corozal, Attys. for Plf. 5/28 4t 6/18 at Starke, Bradford County, and Alma Outlaw his wife, to Pai
PARCEL ONE Commence the
and then presented the new one interested in duplicate playis I ly-elected member of the Clay Panama Canal Zone, Republic of Florida, this 14 day of May, 19 4.OFFrCIAt : at ,cel One of the above described lands
Panama.You !. Circuit ('..rt. Bradford County, ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby Northwest Corner of the Northeast las a fee simple title, and to quiet
officers. Mrs. Holl then performedthe invited to come. County Board of Instru tion. I are hereby notified that a Florida In Chaaeery.Doris Clerk of Circuit Court Quarter of Section 24, land confirm the title of plaintiffs
installation service. Edwin R. of' The suit for E. Young. Plaintiff vs. FrankL. Bradford County. Florida.. I ID. L. Thomas and Selena Thomas
A-2c graduation
Perry, son program was Township 7 South, Range Zl East
his wife,
and L. H. Outlaw and Alma
Divorce, custody and control of Young. Defendant. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I
Mrs. McDonald presented the Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Perry, is home held at the school auditorium on minor children Case No. 10-493 5/21 4t 6/11HOTICB Bradford County, Florida; thencerun 'Outlaw, his wife, to Parcel Two of

leave. In June he expects to May 28. Following a miscellaneous baa been filled against you In the Order Of PalaUr."o.ot..... North S8 degrees 35 minutes !the above described land as a fee
r I Ion above named Court and cause and To Appear State Of Florida Toi TO APPEAR East 2640 feet; thence run :south simple title; and you are requiredto
go to Tokyo. musical program by membersof you are required to serve a copy of Frank L. Young whose residenceand IB Circuit Coart. Bradford County 7 degrees 03 minutes West 411.5 appear and serve a copy of your
the school, Dr. A. J. Holl ad- your answer or pleading to the complaint address is: 8 Plymouth Drive, Florldat I. Chancery. feet; thence run South 57 degrees answer or pleading on Plaintiffs
of Mr.
Craig Hartley, grandson attorney, A. J. Thomas, Jr.. whose
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S on the Plaintiffs Attorney Amityville, Long Island, New York. Calvin A. Carpenter, Plaintiff. vs. 20 minutes West 771.6 feet to
and Mrs. J. F. Grayson has just dressed the graduates, and Dr. Wm. D. Morgan 507 Clark KMild- You are required to appear on Florence K. Carpenter, Defendant. Point of Beginning; thence North address is Starke. Florida, and to
Jacksonville, Florida \.tlc* To Appear.To 58 degrees 30 IlUnutes't'st 444 file the original of your answer or
Harris C. Long, County Superin- June 14. 1954; in the above named
won a scholarship to Rensselaer and file the original In the offioe of Court and cause, wherein plaintiff : Florence K. Carpenter, whose feet to East Right of Way of pleading in the office of the undersigned -
JUST ONE Polytechnic Institute and a tripto tendent of Schools, presented toe Clerk of the Circuit Court on or seeks divorce. residence and address is: North State' Highway No. 200; thence Clerk of Circuit Court on
awards for perfect attendance before the 21 day of June, 1954; Bradford County Telegraph shall Carolina State Hospital, Morganton Southwesterly along said Rightof June 14, 1954; otherwise the allegations -
FRIGIDAIREMade Europe in an essay contest I otherwise the allegations of said N. C. Way 341 feet; thence South 82 of said complaint will be takenas
publish this Order in next four
sponsored by the National Propeller school patrol awards and gave Complaint will be taken as confessed weekly issues. You are hereby notified that a degrees 18 minutes East 243.5 confessed by you.It .
by suit for divorce feet; thence North 55 degrees 30 is further ordered that this
only by General His the cherished diplomas to the nine Witness my hand and official
Club of Gulfport. Miss. This notice shall be publishedonce has been filed against you In the minutes East 241.4 feet to Pointof Order of Publication and Notice be
Motors Corp. All other topic was "U. S. Merchant Marine, members of the class: Kay Wal each week for four consecutive seal 1954.at Starke, Florida this 10 May above named Court and cause and Beginning. All being and lyng forthwith published once each week
rath Emma Glenda: weeks in the Bradford County Tele- you are repaired to serve a copy of in the Northeast Quarter,' for four sucl'esblveeeks in Brad-
Electric I Kay Forsyth (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Refrigerators are Lifeline of Industry. graph. As Clerk of said Court your answer or pleading to the Section 24. Township 7 South. ford County Telegraph a duly qualified -
Whitesides Martha Sue Findley. Dated this 19 of 1954.OFIo'ICIAL complaint on the Plaintiffs 21 Bradford ,
day May East
made by other companiesand Dr. Walter C. Parsons. Jr. now I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Range County newspaper published in said
Attorney Wm D. 507
SEAL Charles Morgan
( ) A. Darby FlorldLPARCEL County.
cannot use the word i living at Grandin, has bought the Ann Cox, Katherine Parker, Mil Clerk of the Circuit Court Zach, H. Douglas, 505 Lynch. Building Clark Building, Jacksonville, Fla. TWO: Commence at the Witness my hand and ofifcial seal
ton Starnes, Charles Oliver and By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Jacksonville: and file the original in the office
I house Mc- Northwest Corner ot toe Northeast at Starke. Pradford County, Florida -
Frigidaire. new just completed by for Plf. 5/14 4t 6/4
af the Clerk
of Circuit
Larry LeMay. 5/21 4t 6/11 ___ the Court Quarter of Section 24, Township this May 7. 1954.
i JMurtry Builders for C. L. i IIn or before the 7 South, Range 21 East. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Ii; ia The Circuit Court 01 Bradford
21 of June,
i day 1954 ,
| Sipe. Dr. Parsons and hit family Mrs. C. J. Bastedo was hostessat >OTICE OF INTENTION TO County; Florida la Chaaeery. otherwise the allegations of said Bradford County Florida; Thencerun Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
'Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE -
a charming bridge luncheon on HrUilVTKK FICTiTIOUS NAVE I Dona Bell Dilbon Plaintiff vs. Complaint wi'l be North 88 degrees 38 minutes ford County, Florida.
: will be in next week. confessed
moving Notice is hereby that the Clyde Dilbon Defendant.Case. East 709 feet to the Point of Beginning I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
given by
? ? W. Dale Siprelle, who receivedhis Friday. Her guests included Mrs. I undersigned, under the provisionsof No. 10-496 This notice you.shall be publishedonce ; Thence North t8 degrees 5/14 4t 6/4
E. C. Weichel Jr.. Mrs. W. J. Chapter 20.95 Laws of Florida, Order Of Publication And Notice I each week for four consecutive
THEN SEE commission as second lieuten- Siprelle, Mrs. H. C. Morgan Mrs.C. Acts of 1941 will register with the To Appear State Of Florida To weeks in the Bradford County Tele.
ant in the U. S. Air Force follow- Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Clyde Dilbon, whose residence and graph.
T. Smith, Mrs. John Powers. Bradford County, State of Florida, address i is: Carnegie, Pennsylvania Dated this 19 day of May, 1954.
his from the UnI- !
ing graduation You are required to OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
appear pn (
of of
E. H. SMITHTeth Mrs. and Mrs. upon receipt proof publicationof I
versity of Florida in February, Gay Livingston, this notice the fictitious nameB. June 14. 1954.;; in the above named Clerk of the Circuit CourtBy
John Detweiler.Mrs. & G. Truck Stop under which we court and cause, wherein plaintiff Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
left for San ,
Saturday seeks divorce. 5/21 4t 611I. HUNDREDS
are engaged in business! : on U. S. SOI
and Temple Are.j Texas to begin his military serv Alfred Watson and her I south of Starke, Fla. Bradford County Telegrapn shall
motored At- L. M. names and H. C. publish this Order in next four The Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial -
daughter, Aggie, to Broadway.
ice. His wife daughter,
and baby
j Starke, Fla. Stark, Fla., weekly issues. Circuit of Florida, IB And For
I I i Cathy Jo, have gone to WashingThat's lanta, Ga. on Monday to be gonea Dated this owners.20th day of May. A.D., Witness! my hand and official Bradford fountrIN I I! of details are managed and economically -
I --- : week. Alfred Watson Jr., who 1954 at Starke, Bradford County. seal 1954.at Stark Florida, this May 12, CHANCERY No. 10-520 I attended that only a trained and
Florida. Grazia D'Agliano. Plaintiff, vs. Al-
attends the Emory University 5/21 4t 6/11 OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs berto IVAgliano Defendant. I careful organization can attend when
Our BusinessIf Clerk of said Court ORDER AND .NOTICEIB i L
S Prep School, will return home I By Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk The Name of the State of Florida; the urgent need for serving is at

0 It's Glass We Have It! with them. In Circuit Court, Bradford County Charles R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life To: Alberto D'Agliano. whose residence hand.
Florida I. Chancery.Dewey Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. and address is unknown:
9 CALL WRITE or VISIT Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Martin are I F. Harper. Plaintiff, vs. Attys. for Plf. 5/14 4t ,:* You are hereby summoned and required -
entertaining Mrs. Annie Taylor of Effie C'. harper Defendant.Case to Answer the Bill of ComPlaint -
No. 10-528 NOTICE filed herein against you in DeWITT C. JONESPhone
Joe Peters Glass Co. Auburndale in their new hQme on I Order Of Publication and Notice To !. Circuit Coart. Bradford Count, the above entitled cause and serve
Keystone Lake. Appear; Mate of FloridaTo Florida; In rtanrrrr.William a copy of your Answer or other defense 7 Starke Fla.
: Kffie 1'. Harper. who p residence r. erggoetz.. Plaintiff vsDolores upon Samuel V. Holch. Attorney r-----_ 4"444
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Mrs. Pat Fraher left Saturdayfor I II and address I": Hodge, Louisi Eerggoetz, Defendant. for Plaintiff 409-A Main Street,
I three visit with her ana.You Case No. 10-491 Daytona Peach, Florida, on or before Funeral Director Ambulance Service
We Design Modern Store Fronts I a day I are required to appear on :Notice To Appear: the 21rd day of June, 1954.
A Pattern for family in Miami. When she returns June 28. 1954; in the abonamt'd To: Dolores Berggoetz whose residence Herein fail not or a Decree Pro Con-
Mail Us
Just I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff and address is: 228 Cincinnati fessu: will be entered against you Our local funeral home enables m to offer convenience, tal
Table Tops to Keystone Heights, she seeks divon-e. Bradford County Avenue, Egg Harbor City SewJersey. for the relief demanded in the Bill aervicea not otherwise available.
I will move back to her house. Telegraph shall: publish this Order of Complaint. The nature of this
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353 which has been for the in next four weekly issues. You are hereby notified that a I suit is a Bill for Annulment and/or _
occupied __
I' Witness my hand and official seal suit for Divorce has been filed flivorce.Witness. ceflflflflfls nflsss..sssssrsflsnsflWe
past few months, by :Mr. and Mrs.D. I at Starke. Florida, this May 26, against you In the above named my hand and seal of office I t
I J. Sullivan. The Sullivans 1S54. Co'-.rt and cause and you are required -I at StarKe, Bradford County, furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby to serve a copy of your answer ,Florida this 19 day of May, 1954. I accept AN Y life insurance policy in force, Isamed by ANT
moved on Saturday to their homeon As Clerk of said Court: or pleading to the complainton : ,OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,
By Marian L. Clerk the Plaintiff's I'leik I'Ir : as In In full on timers
Electric Motors Rewound and Serviced Lake. which Crosby Deputy Attorney. ot lilt Court company payment part or a
Keystone they Chas. R. He204: C ,cuarant Life '1'. Frank Landrum. Stark R'.idii'id/ '''iiinu Florida
purchased from F. M. Walrath Sr. Pldg. Jacksonville, Florida. Florida I Hi :il.ii. .ti I.. ( tc,-.i tj.- Lput Clerk Consultation carries no obligation.
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR The house has had extensive alterations Attys. for Plf. ;;/28 4t 6/18 [ and file the original in the nf'ippof, ;i U 4t 6,11 -- rrssssssr S.rJrrr sssssr.rss sprr..s ss -S rrrrJsrh.


addition of a large living room In Circuit Court. Bradford County, 'j

All Work Guaranteed Reasonable Rates I Their move was complicated by :licholas't'rga.Florida In Chancery.. Plaintiff vs. Hose

Dan's illness but neighbors and Marie Verga, Defendant. IRUCKITEASL'Only
I Case No. 10-552
friends rallied around to assist Notice To Appeart

I them. To: Ro e Marie Verga, whose residence -
RedSeal Electric & Machine ShopF. and address is: 118 Avenue P.
The Daily Vacation Bible Schoolof Brooklyn, New York.

the Community Church will be You are hereby notified that a

W. GRAUDON Owner-Manager held from Tuesday, June 1. suit Imorre.for custody! and support of FORD goes so far to keep drivers happy on the job,

I 106 Washington St. Phone 397 Starke, Fla. :through the 11 tho Dr. A. J. Holl minor childrenhas
will be in charge. Teachers include above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the to help 'em get jobs done slicker and quicker-and cut operating costs!

Mrs. Nita Adams, Mrs. you are required to serve a copy of
T your answer or pleading to the complaint -
Louise Nelson, Mrs. Donna Wal on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.

rath and Mrs. Agnes Detwieler. Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla.
:. and file the original in the office of
Mrs E. A. Rushton will be the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or HEW DJMV *rZED CABS! New Ford 3-man Drivtrized \ '
DOES YOUR RANGE pianist. Refreshments will be before the 28 day June, 1954;
otherwise the allegations of said I Cabs have new uoveri' plasti : seat upholstery-longer- / ) .

) served daily by the three circlesof Complaint wiM be taken as confessed wearing, "breathes" like cloth for year-round comfort. .

_# HAVE THIS WONDERFUL ) the Community Church Women.All This by you notice shall be published I King-size door openings visibility unlimited. Exclusive : "
children of the community are once each week for four consecutive .
seat shock saubbers to iron out bumps ....
weeks in the Bradford county Telerraph.
invited to attend.
? I I

fiChilFEATUilFEATURE C. T Oliver and Charlesleft Dated this 26 day of May, 1954.:; J -
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby NEW POWER STEERING! New Ford Master-Guide Power ,
I II II Keystone Heights for their Clerk of the Circuit Court. Steering cuts steering effort as much as 75%! Standard '
'I $ home By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
in Maryland on / .
I 5/28 4t 6/18 on new Ford T-800 tandem-axle models, and T-700 .
| Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr.. .
I 'with 152-h.p. Cargo King V8. At low extra cost on most : e:1.:: ,,
1 spent the weekend with their son In Circuit Court Bradford County,. .
Florida; In Chancery other Ford extra heavy duty conventional models. i. .
Frank. at Ft. Jackson in Columbia .
Ermalee Register, Plaintiff, vs.
&___- -... -- S.C. i Joseph H. Register, Defendant.Case .

_1.__ uIl ,1 First Baptist Church I Order Of Puhlloation And No.Notice 10-530 To: NEW POWER BRAKES! New Ford vacuum-boosted / I '

l____ Rev. M V. Stedham. missionaryfor Appear; Mate Of Florida To Power Braking now available at slight extra cost oh .

this district. was guest speaker To: Joseph and address H. Register is: Unknown.You whose residence Pickups and all Ford 2-ton models, too! A Ford .

at the evening Worship Service are required to appear 01 exclushv! Makes stopping up to 25% easier! f* ;'
'June 28. 1954:; in the above named
I last Sunday. He spoke of the importance /

II of starting children to AND FORDOMATIC DRIVE Fordomatic Drive now .Y ..
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Sundav: School in the nursery and available at low extra cost on 44 Ford light duty models .. .
I j N.* F ora1 ft '/*. Drrv.riirf Cabincludes
I the wisdom of the church's in- up through one-tonners! No clutch I no shift. Faster .. '\
6 custom extra, like foam rubber
I vesting in the young people of all 4. getaway, easier*hill-climbing. Takes up to 9O?t of the aeai padding, arm recli, insulated

work out of driving! bead-lining, and automatic dome light-

!ages.The Golden Circle Class will all at only slight extra cost.

S9) fl/P/ meet at the home of Mrs. E. Alt-

man Monday. June 7, at 8 p.m.

I' The meeting was postponed from .-- I

I. last Monday on account of school TRIPLE ECONOMY!

I closing activities in Melrose.

I I The Sunday School Association 1\\11 .1

I twill meet at the Hawthorne Bap1 .

1 tist Church Tuesday. June 8, 7:30 r "

I I!; pm.It which time there will be Ii J JT 1 1q ', i11\. Only FORD gives you so much

i i rovered-dish: supper, followed by II | >. \ in all three essentials

/ I business meeting and program. j e .,

"MAGIC OVEN-EYE" I II II!I Murl and Ev.tn. Dvkes Dorothy i ...- "- I I a-:1: of lower-cost trucking !

I i O'pnbt"uslJr" Ridaught and i iI '
No need to watch the clock in oven pre I Wallace Riversvill' eo to Deland j / / \1\ ; 1. NEW concentrated power! ONI.T FORD
heating just watch the "magiceveneye .
--- June 9 to attend the Forida gives you gas-saving Low-FEicnoN
This little jewel glows red on Auto-Owntrs will replace I
vhen the Baptist: Assemblv. overhead-valve high-compression, deep-
o\en is up to temperature : ( '
you:dependable baking signal grand your private block engines in ALL truck models!
prize results every time In The Court Of fc he C..lllltJad,.., makea : \ 115 to 170 h.p.! V-8's and Six!
Bradford Connt'j. Florida. passengercaror .-

Youn txclusHtly with the 1953 MagitCftef In Probate. j cash settlement 2. NEW finer working facilities to saveyou
In HeRotate: of Edward Seabrigh'tatter
ga range. I /tEO..a" d. time and money every trip! 3manDruvrized
TOTAL I Of Ftlinc Petition For FinalDUrharce depreciation Cabs!

I of \dniinKtratrifTO i if within 90 from
Cash Price 348.95 I 3. BIG payload capacities, with low curb
Notice i is hereby given that I have
LESS TRADE-IN r! filed my final returns us \/tmmlof !- i time car was purchased weight.!'-New Ford-built 6-wheeler giants
strain the estate of Edward up to 60.000 Ibs. OCW? New Ford Cab
Old !Seabnght d.-c.-a.ed. that I have filed new it is damaged to
Range 33.95 Forward BIG JOBS il.s.
my petition for final discharge.and up to 55,000
that I will apply to the Honorable the extent of total Why drive a G( Wor5.fttraiIers: !

315-00 I Thernn A. Yawn, County Judgeof down payment"
Bradford County, Florida, on loss. .
June 8. l54. tor approval of the 'I 2TRADE
I s-ame and f"r> pn.il di>< harge a- Admmistiatriv i I .

Completely Installed With \\ard :'....iIrllntt''t'a.t 'he rotate ed. of Ed. Would your present NOW

I I II '. policy do this? for a new Enfl' TRIPLE nt 7nJ

r I One Cylinder Gas FREE I Ir I GOT ASUMMER I Trip/e/Truck Economy! rV'MccowoMv : -


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TAKE '. Insurance /Agency Andrews Motor Co.IMADISO

APPLIANCE CO. 1ifor \ !

129 W. Call St. Phone 2S5 .
149 W. Gall St -- Starke, Fla. 6 6 6

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d-ssflfl rsssSrSr_S AS SSSCCSS rssrsssrn SSJSSSSS T- Tenly-Chitty PartyAt Miss Abbie Holden 1 Mr. And Mrs. Tenly "overed tables. S

Episcopal Center \Vill Speak Here !Hosts At Open Housefr. sided Miss at Virginia the punch Clair table Walter; assIstIng pi---

Follows Rehearsal At Woodmen Meeting 1 and Mrs. Edmond Tenly I in serving were Misses Pat-v

II I!Benton. ACese Lawson, Helen
were hosts at a lovely "Open
BPW Tit- Episcopal Chunh Centoi House" Haines. Patty Lawson, Dolor<
Sunday afternoon. May
of rheai sal I
washe scene a lovely i
MeKnight and Mrs. Gib Brown
from four to six o'clock.
Md\ 'b. ,
suppes party Monday evening : -I .
Guests were greeted at the Calling during the appoiir.
Install 24. given in honor of Miss Joan I j I

Gladys Mooty TenK and Randal Chita \\host door by Mrs. Eustis McKnight. |hours were 150 guests.

Phone 35 w-S man iH-e; was an event ot ld.2:\ ; and presented to the receiving line j

New rv tHOfficers Hostesses for this delightful affair : omposed of Mrs. Tenly, her|: CARD OF THANKS

psssssssssrssrrrssrsrsrssrrrsssrssssssssssJoan ,I were Mrs F. B. Beard. Mrs Leola daughter. Miss Joan Tenly and
We are sincerely grateful foi

Tenly Weds Randal ChittyIn i s S Rolber Willie! ts.Mae Mrs.Denton.James Mrs Lewis OiieVig Mis- : S I 'tarue. Randy Chitty. I'the many kind acts of sympathy
:: 1 'i-- .5 5 Th
gins Mis Jessie Newsome. Mrs s- ? large screened porch where )3r'tire.hments I during our recent bereavement.
: i were served was at- !i For these expressions message.
Beautiful Double-Ring CeremonyA Ltx I;'een. :Mrs. L. H. Jennings '
t tiau.vely! decorated with tall potted and beautiful flowers we extend
Mi.Eustis! McKnight
-- 'I palms. The lace-covered
--- : punch.our heartfelt thanks.-Don Page
attractiveh de .
The lounge was <
tDle was centered with a crystal ,and family.
orated for the occasion in a blue-
fun h bowl in a nest of fernery.i'
anu-vellow motif against a background
Inl..rpersedth; shasta daisies.
-- of palms and on the man-
irnri rooms of the home were !
tle was a handsome arrangementof
New officers of Starke's B.Pare pictured above following the yellow gladioli and blue hy I ar s' u'ally decorated for the oc- YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-

installation! ceremony. They are (I to r) Deta Dyal, past president drangeas. The buffet table was 'II.->Ion with arrangements of
,brook size fountain ID
and new treasurer: Helen Harley corresponding secretary; Maryon overlaid with a yellow cloth with sp ng flowers in pastel hues. pUi'o pens

Arnold, recording secretary; Dorothy Patterson, retiring district yellow ruffled organdy flounces I MiJ T. Lawson and Mrs W. pastel shades. Only $1.58 at Brad
the sides. The center-
director; Margaret Miller, M''ond''ire president; Gladys Green, first! draping R Walters invited the guests to
piece of yellow gladioli and blue ford County Telegraph.
vice president; and Pat Lamtie, president. I,hydrangeas was flanked at each Members
; end with silver candelabra holding Supreme For-si Woodmen ('m'lt'i W"'o' displayed on white organdy
Miss Pat Lambe Installed as BPW President : three burning yellow tapers. The j i will art nostesses: for the dist -

I I I delicious turkey dinner was served I t trict i-onvention of Northeast District 4:: -: -:: -= =:::--_:'-= --- -' :== -,- '==. "': -. '.
New officers of the Starke Business Mrs. Dyal was presented a past ,
on large silver trays at each end i Two at the Woman Club on
f and Professional Women's presidents guard for her BPW pin ; of the table and acoompliments in !June 8.

:, riub A-ere installed in an impressive by the members. silver dishes about the table. The welcome address will be
c -premony last week, by Mrs. A short business meeting and a I I I DANCES
-. S S : Four tables, seating eight were given by Mrs. Maude Andrews :
5I Patterson, St. Augustine. covered-dish supper followed.
placed to form a diamond and were state assistant musician. Dele
retiring 3-4 district director. Miss Della Rosenberg. Mrs. Mildred I centered with floral arrangements gates will register at 2 p.m. and, i

Mrs Desta Dyal, retiring presides Sapp and Mrs. Desta Dyal! around a yellow candle. an evening session will begin at I EVERY
to attended the 35th annual convention -
the gavel new
During the dessert course, the 8 p.m.Miss.
I Miss Pat Lambe and of the BPW clubs in Pensa- I
preSident. I bride and bridegroom presentedtheir Abbie Holden of Jackson- THURSDAY & FRIDAY NIGHT
I SS her board. consisting of: I II cola last week. Miss Rosenberg j wedding attendants with per- yule national chaplain and state|
$ I Gladys Green 1st vice presi- i was installed as district 3 41 I
in remembrance of the
:,t : sonal gifts manager of the Woodmen Circle
S I 2nd vice director at I Music By
dent Margaret Miller a banquet Saturday occasion. in Florida, will be the featured
: Arnold, recording Mrs. Dyal participated in \ .
president. Maryon Those enjoying the delightful speaker for the evening session TOMMY TANTE & His 'Gents of Glory'ROUND

secretary; Helen Harley. cor- the "parade of presidents" at the I affair were, Miss Joan Tenly, Ran- which is open to the public. \

responding secretary and Desta same occasion. Congressman Bob I dal Chitty, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond According to Mrs. Marjorie'I ,

Dyal, treasurer. I Sikes gave the principal address. i Tenly, Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Wal- I Berry of Ocala district president. AND SQUARE i I

- ___ I ters, Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines, 'the Supreme Forest Woodmen

Young People Honor PresbyterianVomen I Mrs. W. R. Walters Mr. and Mrs. 'I Circle has assets of $50,710,350and DANCES

!Graduates at Breakfast Plan For Bible SchoolCircle I;Joe Gray Mr. and Mrs. B. C. over $125 million insurance
Holtzendorf Jr., Mr. and Mrs. I
I in force. The society is managed
I|I The Young Peoples Departmentof 1 of the Presbyterian I Mack Futch. Barney McRae. Mrs. by a Board of Directors composed I Fun For All *
Women of the Church met at the 'I W. B. Mundy Jr., Mrs. L. A. Ca-
the First Church enter-
Baptist I entirely of women and insures on- j
lovely 7:30 o'clock candle ment was a pearl necklace, a gift nova, Sonny Tenly Miss Helen
tamed the 20 Baptist members home of Mrs. W. T. Jackson ly women and girls. i
light ceremony Tuesday evening, of the brIdegroom. I Haines, Miss Aliese Lawson, Miss i
Thursday evening, May 27, for Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. Henri- The
May 25, in the First Baptist' Mrs. Tenly selected for her o) this year's graduation class ata f Patsy Benton, Miss Dolores Mc- ,
their monthly meeting. etta Hunt are co-chairmen of the! PELICAN CLUB
Church, Starke, united in mar i daughter's wedding a mauvecolored delightful breakfast party Sun I Knight, Eddie Altman Julia Ann ,
I '
Mrs. David Montgomery pre- : committee in charge of convention
riage Miss Joan Tenly, daughterof gown of net and satin, complimented day morning, at 8 o'clock, at the !Walters and Connie Tenly.
sided over the business meeting. arrangements. They are assisted !
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Tenly, with a purple orchid 3 Miles East
of Starke
Guidon Grill. on Old Road _
Planning for the Bible School, by :Mae Green and Wula Mae Con- I Blanding
and Randal F. Chitty son of Mr. corsage. Methodist Circles I
The school colors of grey and June 7 to 11, was the main topicof nor. | '_ -- : __ '_.- _'_. ::_.-. __'_.-_ ,
and Mrs. M. F. Chitty of Lake Mrs. Chitty was gowned in i a .. .r-TTrU--Iflr h ,
carried I .
red were appropriately out the evening. Refreshments will Discuss World Church ---- --- -- -- --- -- -- --
the Navy blue formal with
Ga. at
and. Officiating nylon i a
in the table appointments, with a be served the children at 10 Recent BirthsMr. II I -
marital services I purple orchid
double-ring were corsage.
large bouquet of deep-red'zinnias a.m. Frances Caldwell and Margaret Circle 2, Mrs. L. D. Green, leader -
Rev. L. D. Haines, pastor of the Following the wedding, a lovely;
I centering the long table. At each Rose Duncan will be sent to of the Methodist WSCS will and Mrs. Dan Hazen of
church. and Rev. Hugh H. Wal- reception was held in the church was an dressed 3:30 I II
place setting at
egg Youth Camp in June. Each circle meet Monday afternoon : Jacksonville former residents of
ters of Fort Walton, an uncle of recreation hall, which was en- as a miniature graduate.At will contribute funds for their o'clock, at the home of Mrs. A. F. Starke. are the happy parents ofa I II

the bride. hanced with pedestal baskets of the conclusion of the breakfast trip. I Sauls with Mrs. Green as co- daughter born Wednesday, June I

Highlighting the altar of the white mums gladioli and roses Miss Janice Dansby read the 'Mrs. W. J. Epperson had chargeof hostess. i 2, in St. Luke's hospital.

sanctuary were large baskets of against a background of palms hilarious last will and testament of i the program consisting of a I Circle 3, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, I
and candelabra. The bride's table
white gladioli, mums and roses in- the Baptist graduates. Bible Quiz. During the social ,leader, will meet Monday after
overlaid with Italian cutwork GOT EVERYTHING? Give her
terspersed with blue Chinese for- an Enjoying the affair with the 20 hour, Mrs. Jackson served ice :noon, at 3:30: o'clock, in the educational I
cloth, had a skirt of ruffled an EMerbrook pastel purse pen.
nylon i
get-me-nots against a backgroundof : graduates were Rev. and Mrs. L. cream and cake to the eight mem-I building, with Mrs. A. Wood I Only $2.37 at Bradford County I Ii
net sateen. The table
palms. Lighted white tapers in centered over with an interlocked wa I I D. Haines, P. T. Nolin, SundayS bers and one guest present.The and Miss Kate Struth as hostesses. i Telegraph.. II Sewing Machine Operators

branched candelabra entwined double cake emboss School Supt., Orie Wiggins, Asst.S. next meeting will be a I Circle 1 was entertained Tuesday -\I

with fern and magnolia, cast a wedding ring S. Supt., Freeman Register Jr., swimming and pot-luck party at morning by the leader Mrs. L. II'. Circuit Court Bradford Connlr. ''I
ed with white orchids and
soft the setting. In the lily-oi S D. Vining, at the educational building Florid; !. Cbaerry.Robert : I
glow over the-valley around which were. Dept. Supt. and teachers, Eddie Camp Blanding at the home of I Letlluble, Plaintiff n.I I Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES
windows of the church were three- i 'Altman, Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and I Mrs. R. G. Paterson on Tuesday, at 10 o'clock. Shirley Mae Kulilf, Defendant.Case .
rows of ruffled nylon tulle tucked 1
No. 10-533:
tiered candelabra entwined with 'I I
Mrs. J. W. Furlong. June 8. Following refreshments. Mrs.
with white and gladioli I 'Order of Publication and !Notice To 18 THRU 35
fern and white roses. Family pews Vining conducted the business Apprari State of Florida Tot
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were marked with crescent shaped blossoms. Balancing the centerpiece meeting. Mrs. W. E. Middleton had Shirley Mae Ruble whose reidenoe -
and address i is: 2524 56th
sprays of tulle and pompoms were three-branch Bilve;I:1 I- {charge of the devotional, using asher Street, Ktnosha Wisconsin.You Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital _
tied with white satin streamers. candelabra decorated with spray! subject "Discipleship." are required to appear on
: | Insurance Paid Vacations and Others
of white tulle and pompoms centered July 5, 1954. in the above named ,
Prior to the ceremony. a program The program on "The World Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
with white wedding rings! 'seeks divoroe.Bradford .
of nuptial music was ren. The wedding ring motif was fur.::1 Church Brought Near" was presented -I County Telegraph fhall I APPLY AT OUR OFFICE

dered by Mrs. L. A. Canova, organist __ by Mrs. H. C. Ritch. ,,, publish this Order in next four 10th & CHURCH STREETS
ther carried out in the ringshapecmints. 'l'. I' I weekly issues
and Eddie Altman, soloist,, Orchids to Garden Club members there for vacationers on the' I I "itniss my hand and official

who sang "Because" and "Tbro-.iet The two punch tables werE. > | Jessie Young, Clara Hazen, .moving list this week we find ]Helen Masters Circle I i|29.!seal: 1954.at Starke, Florida, this! May I BIG DAD Manufacturing Co.

the Years" and as the bride on the overlaid with Italian cutwor Lula Sparks and Effie Carter and the Jack Smiths have moved from Holds 1 ]I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
: June MeetingThe As Clerk of said Court. I
arm of her father came to the cloths and centered with the crys, helper Bob Young, who observed the Sullivan house on Westmore I T.y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

end of the aisle, before joining the tal bowls in beds of fern inter., Memorial Day Sunday by distil- land to the Ray Rodda house on I Helen Masters Circle, Mrs. Zach inc.. Jacksonville II. Douglas., 505 Florida.Lynch Buildi i I I IAttys I Starke, Fla.

bridegroom he sang "I Love You spersed with white gardenias.Mrs. buting over 1,500 flowers to the Cherry street Mrs. Norman F.: B. Beard, leader, met in the.I for Plf 6 4 4t 6'25 ,

Truly," and closed the service by Lex Green greeted th! 300 bed parents at the Lake City Wynn has moved into the Walter I J home of Mrs. F. F. Flume, Tues- --- ------ -------- ----- --

ringing "A Wedding Benediction." guests at the door of the receptio I VA hospital they tell me it Wills house at 413 South Street ;jl day afternoon. I

The traditional wedding marches and presented them to the receiv. took them from noon Sunday to the Junius Smiths have moved I After the devotion was given by i

from Lohengrin were playedThe ing line composed of members 01 f late afternoon to arrange the out to their Kongsley Lake place I Mrs. Beard. Mrs. L. D. Hainesled .

bride chose as her maid of the wedding party and the mothers flowers in small containers and the Bill' Grahams will be following in prayer, Rev. Haines gave a

honor. her cousin. Miss Virginia of the bride and groom. Mrs:. place them at each bedside in a week or so Dr. ,'talk on stewardship. The meet- Remember When

Clair Walters of Reidsville, Ga. and Joe Jordon kept the bride's book. not to mention spending practi- and Mrs. Joe Farrington and family -,ing was closed with prayer by .

her bridesmaids were Miss Helen and Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., cu!t cally all day Saturday to gather of Jax are occupying the Matthews ':Mrs. Flume.

Haines Miss Aliese Lawson Miss the bride's cake with Mrs. L. H. so many blossoms. cottage on Kingsley for the 'I During the social hour Mrs.

Patsy Benton and Miss Dolores s1JcKnight. Jennings assisting. Pouring punc 1 Received word Wednesday of month of June and up at State | Flume, assisted by Mrs. D. W. Ii

The flower girls during the evening were Misse S the marriage of Ann Wilt, of Ann Farm we find quite a bit of mov- '!:Moore, co-hostess, served delicious i I

cousins of the bride, were little Shirley Carpenter, Sylvia Alvarez: :, Arbor Mich., (former Starke resi- ing about with so many new ,refreshments.The .

Connie Tenlv daughter of Mr. and Joann Silcox and Patty Lawson". dent to Peter Henry McAleenan houses having been built this July meeting will be at the I scenes like ftiis were a TJt

Mrs. S. C. Tenlv of Gainesville Also assisting in serving wen S of Muskengen, Mich. was an spring the lucky one occupying i home of Mrs. F. B. Beard, witha Common Occurrence 5.

and Julia Ann Walters. daughter Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Mrs. Gar I event of Feb. 20 in Tuscon, Ariz. some of these new homes are I covered-dish luncheon.

of Rev and Mrs. Hugh Walters of Mathews, Mrs. J. T. Lawson, Mr;;'I. Ann and Peter are making I Roberta and Milo Siegler, the P. in Starke .

Fort Walton Beach. Guy Sale. Mrs. E. F. Miles, Mrs'L I their home at the Jack and Jill D. Fanchers Jr., the Jim Browr

serving as best man for the< James Lewis, Mrs. Paul RaymondMrs. I, i Dude Ranch in Rothbury, Mich., Godwins, the Bryan Erwins, and I

groom was Joseph Gray and T. B. Harding, Mrs. Ralp 11 where Peter is assistant manager Robert and Janet Turner. Gay Gadaboutof

ushers were Barney McRae. Son- Alvarez, Mrs. R. G. Paterson. Mrs'.L I I.I' saw Pvt. Bert Newcomb home Sorry to hear that there are

nv Tenly. R C. Holtzendorf. Jr. O. L. Linsin. Mrs. H. A. Lawso 11 for the.week nd from Fort Jack- so many cases of measles in town

and Mack Futch. all of Starke. and Misses Agnes Lawson, Pamel.i son S. C. J. E. Denmark is among those confined are: a ShoeYou'll

The bridesmaids' gowns were, Faye Lawson, Jean Mundy, Care,1 I home for the summer from Emory Jackie Arnold, Karen BiggsL Mar-

fashioned' on identical lines to that Jennings and Lu Green. Mis:S Dental School in Atlanta also ion Rose Green, Barbara Sue Whether you're old enough to remember it or not, you will be fascinated -

of the honor attendant. The becoming Joan Furlong and Miss Janic I I home for the summer from U. of Barksdale, Buddy McRae, Stevie by the pictures and articles about the early days in
be and look many
selection I Denmark, David Silcox. Tommy gay gay
were of Lucerne Dansby provided piano SF. Ann Cressler.
gowns Al Harley.
blue nylon net over matching tat-'I during the reception. Gene are Shaw Adele Scholl. Judy Lynn Colson Stevie Prevatt, Mar all summer as you gadaboutin Starke aRd Bradford County that will appear in the special 75th

feta. The fitted bodice was offset After spending some time wit] ,_i Green, Florence Brown Patsyt I ty Payne, Barry and Mike Smith the carefree comfort of Anniversary Edition of The Bradford County Telegraph, due off

bv a billowiner hoop-skirt, their guests, the young couple lei Kucera. Mary Frances Hazen and and Kay Garbeth. these high-wedge sandals

which was distinguished by a net: on a wedding trip to South Flori'-I Kenneth Tyus. Al Harley and Judy Dankel entertained at a that band your foot with a the press this summer. The Telegraph is the oldest business establishment -

stole circling the skirt and caught!. da. The bride traveled in .1 Ii Kenneth Tyus are returning for delightful slumber party last quintet of natural raffia in Starke and the oldest weekly newspaper in Florida,

In front on each side by little blue under the
published continuously
the affair same
school's out enjoying
forget-me-nots to match their: ed with blue and white accessorie! I Earl Alvareis also home from

gowns Their head-pieces were. and a white orchid corsage.Mr. (Georgia Military Academy and, were Elissa Stefanelli. Pat. its 75th birthday should be the occasion for a special issue bring-

of matching \pt and flowers and Mrs. Chitty are a,t :Lewis Haines is home from Stet- Hobbs, Sylvia Paulk and Lavora i readers of the colorful of the
Capps another "school's out" ing to our some early history paper,
Thev carried fan-shaped nose home in the Beard apartment c n \son.

gays! of blue-tinted mums, carna I Washington street, Starke. I I Surelv envy Louise Stern whoa celebration was given by 9th |' as well as the town and county.
: Rowe. Nancy Bates.
tiors! and tulle in matching color!; The former Miss Tenly is i left Wednesday for New York .
and wore matching blue necklaces. \graduate of Bradford high sclux,I. Citv to sail for a tour of Europe.f Jean Mundy, Kay Rowland.Prevatt Sandra Lu-
Strickland, Jackie ,
of the bride. The maid o r f England. Italy France
gifts including
class of 52 and a graduate Green Martha Van Landingham WE STILL NEED
She'll also visit
honor's gown and accessories werIdentical & Mars Hill College in Business A<1- and Germany
bridesmaid's wit until the latter and Gerry Farber with chaperonesNell
the 1 Austria
to in
ministration in the class of '5 3.relatives I
the exception of the top skirlstole .. and is now employed by Sicelo ff part of August hear that a house Griffin party and Leila at Jacksonville Mundy atI Old Pictures Old Newspapers, and Other Relicsof

mitts and cadet sleeve I. Desta Dval won a leather fitted
which were of roval blue net ove r Mfg. Co. make-up kit as a door prize at the Beach Sunday to Wednesday.
the Incern blue taffeta The lit_ Mr. Chitty is a graduate I Ie of I I BPW convention in Pensacola lastweek Among the 100 or so fellas leafing Early Starke and Bradford County :
;'Lakeland school and is w'' .
high no with Co. B. Camp Blanding.on
tie flower girls were miniatur II
replica of the bridesmaids.The i employed in the accounting de Spotted members of the Lawson the 12th for two weeks train- I
I partment at Humphreys Go Id i ing at Fort McClellan. Ala.. are: 2.98S 1
bride selected an exquisit' meat market carrying a soup-and- Many, many thanks to those of you who have brought us materialof
I Corp.I Stafford Dub Rhoden, C. R Scoggins.
to S
gown: of white imported Frenc cracker course over
silk illusion and French Chantill: -I Out-of-town guests at the we:1- Crews at Starke Builders Supply Maurice Wingate, J. C. Stevens.W. this kind. We deeply appreciate your interest and cooperation.

lace in rosepoint desien over whit e ,ding and reception included: Mn ,r'l the day after election He was C. and Bobby Collins. Jimmy I I ) However, we would like to gather together all such material avail. :

satin Th! lace bodice over sati i ,and Mrs. W. R. Walters and Mi, pinch-hitting a couple of daysi. Rowe, Harry Green, Jimmy Green,
able and will appreciate continued cooperation and thought-
was 8rl.'t'ntrdith a low roun d I Clair Walters of Reidsville. G; Tommy Gin Ben North. Marion your :

...-neckline highlighted with lac e"Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Walters ai I.id W. T. bruton. :Mrs. A. B.Mr.Cellon.and Harrington Jimmy Reddish. Billy fulness in bringing it in. We are especially interested in pictures i
J. Strickland.
medallions) and long sleeve''s daughter. Julia Ann, of Fort Wj Ll'olrs., T.
rose TenJ '. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Gene Shaw of local and people and Starke prior to 1910. !
that tapered into points over tr e I ton Rev. and Mrs. C. F. HookE tr. Mrs L. R. ) and Sonny I scenes newspapers

J rr. S. C. Tenly. Mrs. W. H. Tenly. and Townsend Strickland .
hand. The full skirt. with inset:s of Day. Mrs. W. S. Vanderlip. Hear I

of wide lace panels worn ove r and daugh/er. Dawn. of Decati ir. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wenzel. Mrs. the W. B. Sewells disposed of \

hoops, swept into a long Cathedr;il Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hot d- R. A. Wenzel. Mrs. J. W. Wells their garden )
surplus by playing
Birt all of
train. The full fingertip veil Gainesville.. Mrs Leslie Crews of host at a "corn boiling" Tuesday !
French silk illusion was caught 1 t::0 and daughter. Marilyn of Vald .
the hair by a coronet of pea rI ta Ga., Mrs. M. E. York. of Fer n- Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. ChitH. night Ummm that;& my ESTABLISHED 1879 t

orange: blossoms and rhinestoneThe :5 1.1 I andina Beach, Mr. and Mrs. C. ty of Lakesland, Ga., Mrs. W. H. .idea of real hospitality BOBBIES ,

bride carried a cascade a r-. Walters of Ja.ckson'iUeliss D<.r- Williams and Mrs. C. W. Williams That's it for this week Tm !

rangemenl el white feathered ca rothy. Do ling, Miss Betty-Jo M.il-H.of Cordele. Ga., D. H. Walters of I heading for the beach and cool Watch for the Big 75th Anniversary Editionn
W. Call
with ruffles cf net ai d phurs Mrs. R. E. Allen, Mrs. 145 S
nations Ocilla, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Jackrs. off see you in the next .
tentered with a white purpl -JM. Lovette, Miss Betty Jean ne

throated orchid. Her only orn.a-jLovette, Mrs. J. W. Forster, M Seiple of Jacksonville -Carolyn S .. 1


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I =: ;-- : : : ;-: : :--T: Lt. Jamie Worley, of Aiken. S i T, I'". i>h H Register, whose, res- ;j By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dart-,
I dt 'i i < .mil! address is: Unknown. ('has. R lit'.-". 204 Guaranty Life Clerk of the Circuit Coui i,
(?., stationed at Graham AFB. y ''U.if.. required to appear on I Fide Jn\ille. Florida. 1 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

I ,..larjanna, was the Sunday guest _'. 1'34.: ;) in the above named I Attys. for Plf _____ 5, 28 4t 6, IS j I 1i,4 It -
q : .nil cause, wherein plaintiff i
P&6dnafitC1NTHE 10 f Miss Faye Paulk. ", ,t I.n" and restoration Qf. NOTICE TO APPG1R" I I AOTICC TO .\PNan
H, 1, !M.ime. i In Circuit fnart. Bradford County, In Circuit Court. Bradford C..nf,
,, Florida: In Chancery.Nicholas I Florida: In Caaaeery.
K Hi' shall
Hannah and Ward a county lelegraph ,
Misses Agnes : ..rga. Plaintiff vs. Rose I Albert F. Warren Plaintiff \ -.
,i : -h ths! Order in next four
Ii eturned to their home in Rawl- ." .. ,Mane Vtrgj, Defendant Rosa Flunnearrcn.. Defendant.
i "f K'!) I' U"S.
Case No. 10-53 No. lllXeUn ,
NEWS ray, N. Y., on Wednesday aftei \\ n., -- n.y hand and official seal \otUT. ,Appear T. Appear Case -
"' 26
; h. Florida this May
it wo week's visit with Mrs Rub '" i( To Rove :Marie Verga, whose residence To Rosa Florme Warren, wh '
srrSSSrS ssssrSS Sr SS SSSSSSSSS SSS =SS SJMr. I. and address is: US Avenue P. residence and address is: Un"n.\\
( ollins Mrs. R. T. FowlerI
:::: and !
i' t-Ft 1.-\14 1 SEAL) Charles A. Darby Br..okh'n.E'V:' York. You are hereby notified that .
and Mrs. Robert Barksdale i i Mi. and Mrs. Edward Wilt of'' I As Clerk of said Court | You are hereby notified that a suit for divorce >

N. J arrived Tues- 'I Walter Brown, of K\ Mar:an L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk | suit for has been filed in tl
entertained at a family reunion ] Long Valley, ", and Mrs. i h.i-. I II:. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life 'I Dixorce. custody and support of above named Court against and you .ii.d:-

on Sunday. Those enjoying the day for a visite with Mrs. Wilt's aytona Beach, were Sunday By Ceo. T. Hugglns lidg ksonville, Florida. minor childrenhas I you are required to serve cause a copy i1
i and Mrs. Lemuel Col- II Mrs. O. L. and Atn-.. fur Plf. 528 4t 6 18 i, been filed against you In the'
Dr. niests of
affair were: Mr. and Mrs. C. G. parents I Agent i iIB I ,('your answer or pleading to con -
County above named Court and cause and
plaint the Plaintiffs Attorn
Barksdale and daughter Judy I son. 1 Irs. J. W. Kincaid. ServieThoughts The Court Of The County Ja you are required to serve a copy of I Wm on D. Morgan. ;5VT( Clark Hi1Jackbonvilie !
Extension -
Mr. and Mrs Don Riley and daughters Agricultural ,i Bradford County. Florida.in I," your answer or pleading to the com-I' Florida
Ann Hutchinson of Au- Mr. and :Mrs.: Xed Yancey and I Probate.In [ plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney1T. 'and file the original in the oft .
:Mrs. Eva and family Martha Edward 1
Scroggins :spoon! of sodium fluoride. If hens Re Estate uf Seabright. ,> Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. of the Cle.-k of the Circuit Court mi
For Feeding
burndale arrived Tuesday for an I family visited Mr. and Mrs Forest Hog 'I deceased i:i and file the original in the office of.
Bill Barksdale, all of Dunnel- do not dust themselves in the box or before the ;5 day of July 1!):,'
Sweet corn prices are causing I Notice Of Filing: Petition For Final j jMiMharge the Clerk of the Circuit Court on orl I
Ion, Leon Thomas of Melrose and extended visit with her uncle and :Stevens in Orlando on Sunday be' otherwise the allegation of std!
a commercial powder must of i I| before the 28 day June. 1954: .
I' Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel. more hogs to be put on sweet corn. j ALL WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN Complaint will be taken as con
Mr. and Mrs. Alga Thomas, of aunt ( otherwise the allegations of said
Sodium fluoride is for lice. I fessed
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson If you are buying feeders it might i I used. Notice Is hereby given that I have I Ifiled I: Complaint will be taken as confessed -1 you.
Miami. with This notice shall!' be published on -
inside the house
final returns as | ty
Spraying my you
Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson returned ,and Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Detweiler 'be well to get as big ones as your t kill and stratrix of the estate of Edward i i iSeabnght i This notice shall be published i: each week for four consecutiw
will mites
/ Mrs. Faye Gill and Mrs. J. D. home Sunday. after two weeks ,attended the Florida Press Assn. I pocketbook will let you. Information Carbolineum deceased; that I have filed -' once each week for four consecutive I,i weeks. in the Bradford County Teltgraph. -
I in 10
from various ticks. Repeat spraying daysif my petition lor final discharge I weeks in the Bradford County
can get
Doyle spent Monday in Jackson- visit with friends and relatives in J JI meeting in Daytona Beach over we and that I will apply to the Honor-I graph Tele-I Dated this :3 day of June. ia": :>4
ville. I Tampa. 1 he weekend. sources is that slaughter hogs may j necessary. able Theron A.' Yawn County Judgeof Dated this 26 day of :May, I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dart.vClerk
reach a top during July and then Fleas are hard to control because Bradford County Florida: on (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I of the Circuit Coin .
decline little each month for the I they breed in the dry sand aroundthe June 8. 1954, for approval of the Clerk of the Circuit Court'I iP) Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy ClerK'
Boys Nylon Shirts $1.49 Cotton I :Mrs. U. A. Joiner and :Mr. and Shorty Pajamas $1 :Njkm a house. Birds in limited same and for final discharge as Ad- By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk'I 6/4 4t 6NOTICE -
remainder of the Of course I poultry ministratrix of the of Ed- I _
year. estate I 5 28 4t i. 18
Mrs. Leon Joiner and children, of Dusters! 5.98 at Bobbies.
Shirts $1 at Bobbies. we hope this statistical information -\area can be fed three weeks with I,ward Seabrlght. deceased. TO AFPEUH
Bartow. were weekend guests of I 14, 1954.
is but it does come 5 pounds: of dusting sulphur to 100 .NOTICK TO APPEIRIn I In Circuit Court Bradford C.uutyFiends
r Mr and Mrs. James Kinchen, of :Mrs. Mary Bessent. C. O. Patch, of Orlando visited : wrong I pounds of feed. Dust about 10 I I i (*gned) Cassie Seabright Circuit Court Bradford County.Fl.ridaz : In ('Snarer;;.
who market conditions Seabrlght, deceased. .
from men study In Caaacery. Susie!' > Elizabeth Stevens.s.. Jt ',i
Jacksonville were weekend guests his grandmother, :Miss Carrie all the time. pounds of sulphur per 100 square I Administratrix of the Estate ofiU Anthony 1'hilip lorio, Plaintiff,- "I'. J Willard 81 1'\1'n... Defendant.Case .
Merrill Edwards.The Mrs. W. B. Sewell Miss Florence Ritch, last Friday evening. I : 4t 6i4In Sarah lonu. Defendant. :Xo.' 10, ''.
of Mr. and Mrs. feet of soil area over the poultry I I
One thing sure it will pay t'_..:,. .'..,.,. 1A. ...... Notice To Appear.To .
Edwards, also had as Sunday Brown, of Starke and Mrs. Roy you to push feeders fast as you ''I yard. They are hard to kill. CircuIt ('our.. Bradford ( Notice To Appear v- i : Je>ai \\ llard Steven wh"tresident

guests, Mrs. O. E. Ray and daughter. Smith of Tennille. Ga., are leaving Mrs. C. C. Mendoza, of Jacksonville can to reach top grade. Hogs on Planting Grass In Summer Florida i la Chaarery.Ohla ; 'ou.t\\ To: Sarah lorio, whose resident > and address h.: l'nXn.'\, n

Judy of Jacksonville.Mr. today for Pensacola, where Miss spent Tuesday with her parents When the summer rainy season j Ellen Beard.: Plaintiff, vs !'and address i,,- 6875 Amboy Aenue.Statrn Tour are hereby notified that a
I will on extra
sweet corn put cpu A. Heard Defendant. Island, New York. suit for divorce tuModt and
a I Brown will spend the weekend Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. pounds faster if a protein supplement I comes :t is a good time to plant | Case! No 10-498 You are hereby notified that a I control uf minor children

attended I with friends. Mrs. Sn Uh will "bahia pangola or coastal bermuda Order Of Publication .'adoll'e: 'I. suit for has been filed against you In the
and Mrs. J. D. Doyle: is available. A complete I
Divorcehas above named Court and
stop off in Mobile, Ala. while Mrs. Col. and Mrs. H. C. Wall and I I Appear State Of Florida Tot cause and
the graduation exercises of mineral is very important. Even grass. Joseph A. Beard whose residence been filed against you In Jie you are required to serve!' a copy of
their nephew. Nelson Geiger in Sewell goes on to Baton Rouge children Bill and Nancy Dee left mineral alone will increase gains i It will help if you consider the 'and address: t'nknuwn. above named Court and cause and your answer or pleading f) the complaint -
La., to visit her son-in-law and Wednesday for a week's business 'I I You are required to appear on you are required to serve a cot/ of on the Plaintiff Attorney
Green Cove Springs Monday eve while hogs are on sweet corn. following suggestions in planning June 14. 1954: in the above named your answer or pleading tr the Wm, I). :Morgan, 507 Clark Bldg
ning. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger P. I and pleasure trip to Washington, Mineral furnishes some pf those I your pasture planting program. I:Court and cause, wherein plaintiff complaint en the Plalitiffi ..ul'k1oon'iIe.o'lorida
Gussinger. On June 14 Mrs. D. C. seeks divorce. Attorney William I). Morgan and file the original In the office or
1. Have soil tested to determine -
I things that are important in making your Bradford County Telegraph shall 507 Clark Building Jacksonville the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Mrs. Olin A. Webb of Charleston Sewell will pick up Mrs. Smith in a balanced diet. Mineral does whether it needs limeI I publish this Order in next four Florida or before the 5 day of July. 19.4

W. Va. from Wednes- .Mobile and go on to Murf reesboro. Latest Stjles-Blous.es and Dresses stone. We can do this for weekly issueS.Witness end file the original In tbe office ot otherwise the allegations! of sad
spent cost it Don't neglect you.\\
not pays. my hand and official seal the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Complaint will be taken as confessed -
day to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Tenn., to visit Mr. and Mrs. JohnP. just received. at Bobbies. providing plenty of clean fresh Grass responds better when :at Starke, Florida this :May 12, 1954. or before the by you

Denver Devrick. Walker until June 19 when water. not too acid. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs 5 day of July. 1954: This notice shall be publishedonce

they will go on to Little Switzerland Mrs. Dolores Hall and,daughters, 2. Establishment of grass will Clerk of said Court. otherwise the allegations of said each week for fOUl consecutive
Fly Control Made Easier I By Marian.L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Complaint will be taken as confessed weeks in the Bradford County Tele
*' Mrs. Roy Smith of Tennille. Ga., N. C., to open the Sewell's of Louisville, Ky., are spending a DDT was once a good killer for be faster if you apply 300 or 400 Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life by yoa. graph. .
summer home "Tarry-Hi" for the month with Mrs. Hall's sister Mrs. pounds of an 8-8-8 fertilizer before Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. This notice shall be published Dated this 5 day of Jut. ]14..4
the Thursdayof
was overnight guest Now it takes something
flies. !Attys. for Plf. 5/14 4t 6/4 once each week for four consecutive OFFICIAL :SEAL: ) Charles A. Darby
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. summer. Benedict Finzer Jr. and family. better. because some are immuneto planting. A well prepared seedbed weeks in the Bradford County Tela. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I graph. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
is important.
the killing effect of DDT. We NOTICE TO APPEAR I Dated this 2 day of June, 1954. S/4 4t 6'i;
Miss Audrey Newman will attend Mrs. C. G. Barksdale] and Mrs. Miss Alice June Harding arrives have that killing power in a new 3. After seeding or sprigging, it la Circuit Court, Bradford County. -

FSU summer school in Talla- Lula Mott and their house guests, Sunday from Atlanta, Ga., I insecticide called Malathion. Mala is very beneficial: to firm the planting Florida I. Chancery.Plaintiffs.
Margaret J.
hassee.BULQVA. Mr. and Mrs. Alga Thomas of for two weeks vacation with her I thion is available under various with a roller or cultipacker Robert I. Curry Curry, Defendant. II ALVAREZ' STORE, Men's.Clothing g

Miami spent Monday at Cedar parents Mr. and Mrs. T. B. ,commercial trade names. One implement. Haven't you noticedthe Case No. 10-522 I Esubhshed 189-1 fl
Notice T. AppeariTo II
WATCHES $1 per Keys. Harding.Mrs. product new on the market is Fly grass seeds'come up first on : Robert I. Curry. whose residence -

week at Dahmer's. (tf) Flakes. The killing agent is O.O- the tractor track. and address is: M/Sgt. USA
Mr. Nelson Green and son, Har- 4. Grass Serial Number RA 6970624. 531st -
and Mrs. Ralph Collins of Dimethyl Dithiophosphate of Die- pastures planted on ,Quartermaster Co., Post of Corozal, I

I Mr. and Mrs. Cesar Rivera arenving elham, Ga., were weekend guests ry. attended the graduation exercises thylmercaptosuccinate which is moist soils during the summer will ,.Panama Canal Zone, Republic of I

from the Kin- ot Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite. in Lake City Tuesday eve easier remembered as Malathion.I be in good condition for seeding toclover Panama. TO
Saturday You are hereby notified that CITIZENS, OF BRADFORD COUNTY:
caid apartment to 415 Boulevard ning. have seen the effects of Fly Ii in the fall. suit for al| j

Gainesville where Mr Rivera will Mrs. Robert Tanner, of Baldwin, Flakes in killing flies. Fly Flakes 5. If grass was fertilized priori Divorce, custody and control of 'I'

be an assistant in the U of F. was the Saturday guest of :Mrs.J Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and act fast. It kills adults and mag- i planting and is to be seeded to has minor been children pled against you In the i'I! I wish to take this means of expressing to you, my

foreign language dept H. Fields. family, of Jacksonville. were h Sunday gots and it lasts for several days. (clover in the fall no extra nitrogen above named Court and cause and!' friends of Bradford and Union Counties, my whole

I guests of the L. S. Hutto ;Try some if flies are bothering you. i'need be applied after the grass I you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complAint OfI-!'I! hearted appreciation for the wonderful vote you gave

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford Sr.. of family. Robbers In The Chicken House has become established. on the Plaintiffs Attorney! me in campaign for
Wm. D. Morgan, 507 Clark my governor.
6. New E'uild-I
Jacksonville, were visiting Mrs. Internal and external parasitesof \ grass pasture that will ing, Jacksonville, Florida

Dorothy Ford and family on Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dean anon chickens can cost you important not be seeded to clover in the fallwill ''I and file the original in the offioe of I The support you gave me was one of the very high-

day. Mike, of Winter Haven were loss of ![: respond well to an application I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I I'I
through production
b money 1 I {before the 21 day of June 1954; est ever given a man in his home district, and it is cer-
E. Clarkon
and Mrs. I. of
visiting Mr. feed. nitrogen in August or Septem- 'I
FA.u and waste of otherwise the allegations af said I
tainly gratifying to one to know he is in
so supported
Mr. and Mrs. David D. Scott and Tuesday. Internal parasites are best con ber.Now I Complaint will be taken as confessed I
\ by you j his ''home counties.
L for already established
I _. son Terry Lee of Jacks'nville.wt're I trolled by practicing sanitation. I This notice shall be publishedonce I
weekend guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Perryman I Keep poultry yards dry as possi- ;grass pasture, your first applica- each week for four consecutive\

Fri. and Sat. June 4, 5 Mrs. T. F. Colson. I left Wednesday for two week's ble. Hosts for! internal parasites !1\tion of fertilizer should be a complete graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele Again, thanking you wonderful people, from the
I bottom
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett formula like 8-8-8. Alternate very DOUBLE FEATURE live best in damp moist soils. Some 1\ Dated this, 19 day of :May 1954.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen and K. Ferryman Jr., and family in common external parasites are applications can be the addition\ of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court
THE CLOWN family were shopping in Gaines- Bethlehem, Pa. lice mites, fleas, and ticks. Most I nitrogen alone. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk sincere friend

With Ked &lelton and Jane Greer I II ville on Saturday. of these are most numerous duringthe If over 400 pounds of a complete 5/21 4t 6/11

I Mrs. Shellie Hall returned home summer, though lice live on I formula like 8-8-8 is to be applied, I

AND I' Saturday after two weeks visit the ,birds at all times. All these it is better to apply half now and HKCiyrEK IVOTICK OF TE\TIOV TO I" CHARLEY E. JOHNS.
South Of Caliente IT'S A DILLY with her son-in-law and daughter, insects reduce the vigor and vitality the other in late summer with Notice i Is hereby given that the I'

Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Locke in of the flock. nitrogen in between. undersigned under the provisionsof
Plus Serial Jungle Im-
Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida,
12, and Color Cartoon for Kids Portsmouth, Va. Keeping a dusting box in the Over or under grazing is a waste \Acts cf 1941, will register with the

poultry yards is good. This three Maximumr forage usually is obtained !Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for

'Mon and Tues. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green and foot square box has in it sand to' at between four and twelv Sun., upon receipt of proof of publicationof
FEATURE family were in Jacksonville on which has been added several tea- inches. I this notice the fictitious name ?

DOUBLE business Thursday afternoon.Mr. .B. & G. Truck Stop under which we

Take Me To Town Rev. Bob Gray Here are south engaged of tarke in ,business Fla. on I". S 30) .

TEC1LNICOLO.R and Mrs. I. E. Clark spent I: Recent BirthsFour L. M. Gaines and H. C. Broadway COOL OFF With a set of crisp, absorbent straw SEAT
IN For 3
More WeeksRev.
the weekend in Dunnellon with Starke. Fla., owners. COVERS. New
Sterling I materials add longer life beauti-
With Ana Sheridan and Dated this 20th day of May. A.D. more
friends. I new births were announcedby 1954 at Starke, Bradford County ful lasting colors.
Superb insures
tailoring fitDr
hayden' Bob Gray, pastor of the Florida. exacting
the Starke Maternity Hospitalthis i
;5,21 4t 6/11
AND- Hampton Baptist Church was I week. The hospital has had CALL 239Ia

Yukon VengeanceWth mistakenly reported as having I six births since it opened May 20. IB Circuit Court Bradford County, .

Kirby Grant ReportE'Ji preached his last sermon at Hampton Birth this week are: A son, "|i Dewey Florida F.In Chancery.Harper. Plaintiff, is.lEffie And let Peg pick-up your car.

Plus Color Cartoon for Kids in last week's issue of the David Sherman born May 25 to I ('. Harper. Defendant PRICES START AT -
I No 10-528: $14-95
Case ;
Mr. and Mrs. Carmine Cimino; a
Top Water Dilly LureWllk Telegraph. Order Of Publication and Notice T* Coupes
Wed.. Thur June 9. 10 from son Charles Edward born May Appeari State of FloridaTo
Bailt-lu FUh AttractorIttat Actually, Rev. Gray will con- I
: Effie C. Harper. !'
DOUBLE FEATURE qualltlM 01 other trading j 30 to Mr. and Mrs. William ,dence and address is: Hodge,
TO GOD'SCOUNTRY lam bull late oar larr. Krtmlt tinue to preach at the Hampton !i! Roberts; a daughter Brenda Denise ana. LouSi-1 CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
are alinont aabrllrtablr. One Church until June 20. A dinner born 30 to Mr. and Mrs. You are required to appear on
.. I. fite i ion May
took the flak r "Usaaothrr Congressby June 28, 1954.: in the above named I
hrtra bamt "kea banswere the grounds is planned for! Kline Dietz; a daughter, Rebecca Court and cause, wherein plaintiff! TV Radio Seat Cover4 Upholstering

With Rock Hudson and MarclaHenderson net took hittlBK kU olbrr limit la lurmt 44 mia.Gl'AH4 kllllaaotbtr that date by the congregation. I II Sue born June 1 to Mr. and Mrs. seeks ty Telegraph divorce.shall Bradford publish Coun-I OrI!I Starke, Fla

>TEKII TO (ATCLIMORE Pleze F. Goolsby. den in next four weekly Issues. ,
BASS .r rear meaty back BILLY MATTHEWS I Rev. Gray was called to Trinity I;, Witness my hand and official seal 1-

AND I !otE'ot'lt Church in Jacksonville at Starke. Florida. this Mav u__ 26.'. . . . . . . . . . .
\ Baptist i, -- ---------------------A&AAAAAA.-&WAAAAAAAAA Al

FOLLOW The FLEET \ FARM, HOME and AUTO This..-.- nast r-- week.. I had the OPportumty and he will begin his pastot&I !. tin-nil Court: Bradford. CUBBIJFlorida I (1554 OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj ;
; i la ('Snarer;;
As Clerk of said Court :
STORE to before the Appro- .
: I go Plaintiffs .Y
I With Randolph Scott and Betty duties there on July 4. Benjamin F'. Powers =
I Mf*. br : priations for Vocational Education Mildrtd: L. Powers Defendant.
Grable i
Ch&.e Rod & Tackle Company : Case No. 10-s9 ,
the next ICE COLD
Plus Color Cartoon for Kids I and Rehabilitation for Order Of Publication 'ad.IIt'e: Tu :
4100 42nd Atenue. \ortkM con CAP MeetingThere Of Florida Tot
fiscal year. I was especially Appear; state" I
--- Petrrkbnrc To :Mildred L. Powers whose
cerned with getting adequatefunds
resident and addre i i5"8' F..rn.1
I will be the
a meeting of :
for vocational agriculture. dale In\e. IliBhpuuu.
p- Civil Air Patrol at the i lina. I....
contributes so Keystone -
since this program I You are required to appear on'
much to the education of our farm Airpark Friday, June 4, at 7:30 'June 28 19.14 in the ah.\e named 3FOR2ScFRESH I Sie
Court and cause. wherein plaintiff I ,
has literallyhelped
youth. This program pm. seeks divorce. I
standards of liv- Bradford County Telegraph shall I .
raise I I I I kb
[publish this Order in next four PEACHES I II
farmland sections 4
ing in the 'weekly iesuE's. I
I hand *<* ott.cl.ll'seal I 2 LBS. 25eMARTIN'S '
should be WilMes my
the split
our District. As a result of up. at Starke Florida, this :May .6,

Dedicated To Community Service vocational agriculture work. we I I also feel that any money appropriated -1 1951. II
Charle A. varo)
Mode Are Better Than Ever" have strong FFA chapters, classes for the rehabilitation is i OFFICIAL As Clerk of said Court I I

i for Young Farmers and Adult\ a wise investment, since this fine ,By Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk SHOPNEW' b
I lIes 204 Guaraaty Life I IJAT UNION BUS
l t.
takes Farmers. special instruction in' program handicapped people Florida.Attire. I
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I], canning and other home-making who would have to be taken care ]Bldg.,, JackJlonville.fur Ptf 5S H 6 } I, .4

cut ad out and present It to Box Office for FREE TICKETS 'skills for farm wives and daughters of through charity or state assis- IB Circuit Court-Bradford Cou.t,. I ,

to mention only a few of the !, tance and makes self-supporting Florida IB thaaierf.Doris 44
June 4 5 i iI vs. FrankL.
and Sat. Plaintiff.
Fri 'I Tues. Wed, and Thurs. benefits. Most of the money is : self-respecting citizens of them E. Young.
DOUBLE FEATURE I i ii I Young Defendant

7- June S. 9, 10 i used to help pay the salaries of I I These people are then useful. independent PuhlicatioB rase,%No.od :>10-4rU otic* 4 ;N
teachers. Since citizens who cheerfully Order !
our agriculture Florida To:
Mate Of 20C i
!I To 'pp..r.
the State of Florida put up seven bear their part of our tax load. Frank U Young. whose residence MiLKOZSHAKE
MAlLOW BRANDO dollars for every dollar of Federal About a week ago the House and address'Mlle, Long i!': S Inland Plymouth New DnAmit York.\-.
I 11
__ monev. I think our appropriation Ways and Means Committee voted You are required to appear on

I, for this program is one of the to give compulsory Social Security June Court 14 and, 1954 cause, in the wherein ab'\e plaintiff namtd THE PERFECT GIFT F

\I I I __ I1 tI; *' soundest investments the U. S. I I coverage to our doctors and other seeks di\orce. GRADUATIONREMINGTON
.hallpublh.h FOR
Telegraph .
make.Ve need professional groups. Immediately Bradford County
A DMAN &y : government can
this Order in next .
mu Ht least twenty-five additional jl I began to receive protests from weekly issues., 4 {: --=:=:::: : : :':,: :.:-... ::..:=:,-.: ; ;:: : -:::
OFCONFLICT !eachers at the present time. :local medical associations. Most Witness my hand and nffl'la. .4
10 MalOFFICI \
Florida this
seal at 4
c."IJ Some counties do not have any of our doctors in the Eighth District 19U. .4

vocational agriculture teachers at did not like the idea of being 1 .VL SEAL) Charles A. Darb) 4 p..

nil, and in other counties the classes forced to participate in this pro- i i''BV Marian I... As Crosby.Clerk Deputy of said Court clerk! 4 4 12 LARGE HALF b>

THE WILD are badly over-crowded and i gram against their will. and Iagreed Zaeh H D ugla.s: 5 115 Lynch Build- I bb
Morrow and Arnold Florida bb
with them. As one physiician ::, ing. Ja.k K 4 4
I'lu "Catty Corneml' ('arttl n &: \tty*, for Plf. 5 14 bb.
ONE expressed it to me. "Very few
Chapter No. 8 Serial doctors retire. Most of them la The Circuit Court Ol BradfordunT. 4 SHRIMP CHICKENI bb
< .. Florida, IB ( hanrerf.Dona 4
I bb
JEW A 1.1. JR woik as long as they are able, and Bell Pilhon. Plaintiff. \ =- 4 -
.*VARY UUWMV.ooecn KOTH Dilbon, Defendant.Case. bb..
........,_MW.....Itwa IDCII PRICES I II .I'' 'die in harness'." After our pro- Cl\de No. l"-46t. I b.b>

Sun. and Mon June 6, 7 I! I FINEST QUALITYINo ) tests to the Committee. along with Order To Appear Of Publication; Stale Of Florida And :Notice To: I '4 French Fries French Fries bb

Plus "Oeneral McBtnnjf Sum many others, I am glad to report Clvde Dilbon. whose residence and 4 bb
1cobH0Pejt ; address i is Carnegie, Pennsylvania 4
funn.i; Extra : AND
... .... I ......... I", phon)" Cartoon and Latent World I Charge that the Committee has this week 1 You are required to appear on Travel riter .4 AND bb.
%._' ... ... ". For Setting In Or Near ,June 14 1954 in the above named ,
/ :
3 .
'/ .c-- :News ,, reversed itself and voted to exclude court and cause wherein plaintiff ONLY ; Potato Salad Salad p.

; STARKE.HALh.i doctors. ,i seeks Bradford divorce.County Telegraph shall PLUS I

I: I i The Hou? has passed and sent I publish, this Order in next four 69.95 I E !
I weekly, IssueL : : TAX
... I FRANK HOOVER i to the Senate a bill authorizing I Witness my hand and official
.. MRS. seal at Starke Florida this May 12. I II 13 $1'00 $1.00 I II
...... .. ; I J877 million for construction ,by I 1,51. I The Ideal GiftFor the Boyor
A. DarbY. p
:, i the Army, Navy and Air Forcein ( As Clerk of said Court Girl Going Away to College .

/t ...... :I fiscal year 1955. Part of this : fly Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk 'I Also Useful in the I: 4 bV
BoBKoPE ... &- ; Coming Real Soon Write For Free Folder ir-harles R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life I
.. money will be used to install the lEldsr., Jacksonville, Fin.1Attys. HomeBradford _
for Plf. 5. U U 6/4 : 'JtflEUEflTET: : = : : : C .-
: =inuuIALSO : : : ;
JoANFoNrAINE QIAL M FOR ATLANTIC ME.\lORL.\LS-n\C.! I new Nike anti-aircraft batteries i i
I. .
...... I ('tr..U'd..r. CoBBtyiFUrldai
around some of our large cities IB rkaarery. I C01p1tyTELEGRAPH

Pius "Captain Hare Blower" CuMURDER I II which would be top targets in case Ermale Register. Plaintiff. vs! BOXED TO

of air attack. Case No 10.536
0 '_ rl: JAC3ONVLLI rlOUCA an enemy Order Of P*Mi<*H.n Aadotlc. T.

-' __ -c ..- -- .11-I''- .- -- ,-, ,' Appears State Of Florida T.i ?

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---- FRIDAY JUNE 4, 1934
TVTTyTTTyVTTTTTffTVTTTTTTTfTTYVTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTyy selected, which they are growingand \
getting runners from, which p.m. Preparationday CARD OF THANKS
FARMER'SD SOIL CONSERVATION I really be a candle light party, will be Saturday. June 12. All''
virus-free but hear that
are we I sincerely
due appreciate the fine
to an automobile accident
on are invited to attend. |, I
: they will not be available until I NEWSBy the highway putting Lawtey in The baccalaureate\ sermon Will : vote and support that my many )

DIARY two years from now. This will I ;: the dark for several hours. After be preached at Baldwin school I friends gave to me on the 25th of

be welcome news to the folks who Bill Haas'" playing a number of games in the next Sunday, June 6; commencement ."Ia,. I wish the winner much suc- \
3 :living room, the group decided to cess during his term of office.H. .
The author win be glad to receive still swear by the Missionary U- S. SOIL will be June 8.
Items of Interest concern- 4 CONSERVATION + :i take advantage of the situation 'We C. Kelly.
i plants. and are sorry to hear that Nellie
log the activities of farmers in retired to the porch for a
e SERVICE & J Wilkinson had to return to a New ,
series of
ghost stories.
Bradford County. Suggestions maybe
left at the Telegraph office or j At last we have our house pas-' .......'.- .- .., I that for Hallowe'en in May? My Orleans tion this hospital time for another opera- FILL DIRTGOOD
ture fenced in ; one on her throat.
completely, and but we hear they had
mailed[ to Sam McGaxvey LavrUy A basic a good
now we have a place to keep a farm plan'the land on the FFA and district time! At the close of the evening We do hope this one will be suc-, RICH

By Sam SIcGarvey cow or calf away from the rest. his was prepared for N. G. Hayes for nursery to plant hairy indigo. One refreshments were served. Enjoying -I cessful. :'

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . One of the first things we planto Worthington place, west Springs of Brooker road., on the hundred pounds of ammonium nitrate this affair with the hostess We were glad to see the rain TOP SOILSee
& & &&& &&&&&J L AAAAAAAAAAAiAALAAAAAAAAA do is apply some chlordane to G." is "N. was put out on the acre were Misses Lou Green and come Saturday, as we really need-

Rain, rain, rain good wet Berries about gone, but we're I it, to kill the sodworms which are cola bahia using for pangola and Pensa- seed-plot of coastal Bermuda. The Bobbie Jean Oakes of Starke; ed rain in this section. It rained I I
wrecking it. Then we want to permanent pasture.On fertilizer has not taken effect yet, Misses Patsy
: Wainwright. Gloria
soaking. rain fell this week and still picking and selling a few. I his cropland he is hard for some tittle time, but
using hairy we
fertilize it, as the lack of enough due to the dry weather, so the Crawford, and Gayle Moore of
was most welcome to most every- The weeds have most of the plants fertilizer is apparent. indigo and lupine in a crop rota- digging of Coastal Bermuda plant- Lawtey; Louise Wise of Starke, could use more, as it ran off fast BILL JACKSONJackson
one in the county after the long but occasionally we find big tion to build up the organic mat- and the ground
a ing material will be delayed until and Donald Carter, Freddie Moore, was so dry it.i Transfer Compan; i
spell of dry weather which had plant loaded with fine berries, and We took a day off recently and ter in the soil. "N. G." is going we have some rain. and Glenn Ferguson of Lawtey didn't soak in too well. Hope we

thirsty crops about burned up. it seems to us that they are sweeter went to Hampton Beach( operatedby to plant some soybeans on his get more in a day or so. Phone 165 I

It feels as though the rainy sea now than at any other time Mrs. Trinks) and had a lot I.truck crop land. He says that Basic soil-and-water conserva- YTYTTYTTYfYTYYYYYYYYYILONG I II -

son is on hand now, and before it of the year. of fun swimming, fishing, and jpjujfing soybeans as a second ., tion farm plans have been de- I =--rte- ) J
Is through we may be howling I eating corn, hotdogs, and lots of crop he will not only have two livered to Max D. Fisher whose! BRANCHby

about too much water, but right When we see many fine, heal- other good things. The boys crops a season, but the soybeans,! I
now, how good it feels to have thy runner plants scattered! caught a couple of shellcrackers, which are a legume, will help to farm is west of Brooker, W. H.

rain fall on the crops and pastures. throughout the patch we f/l! the and Frank caught one but Sam improve his land. E. A. (Wee) Nollman, whose place is out the !Mrs. J. L. Strickland Starke Builders' Supplies
temptation to try to raise some and Alice caught nothing. Mrs.Trink.s Hayes, who is back from his trip Keystone Road, and G. L. Anderson and Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Alice's brother, Frank, and his of our qwn plants as we did this has a nice place. with the Army, says: who farms in the Longbridge

two sons, Gene and Robert are past year. But when we remem- "It is sure good to be back and i section. An initial' soil-an-water
getting settled now and used to ber all the work involved and the I conservation farm plan was delivered Mr. and Mrs. Parry, Mc- -
Enjoyed talking to the Rufus see a second crop like soybeans | .-: .:::-.';>_;: ,-.,.'. i'i :"-._'.:::: : ,
farm life. Frank and the boys sorry plants we got (after the Alvarez family the other day when being planted on our land." to Tom Carey who has Ness dealers, called on us last .

help us in lots of ways, but most rainy fall) we think again aboutit in bought a place east of Lawtey.It week. They were a week late, as
they stopped to get some ber-
ly they are welcome for the plea- .* Don't know what to do. J. B. White, member of the is the duty of the Soil Conservation Mr. Perry had been called to New
ries to take to Mrs. Alvarez Sr.
sure of their company. Of course, Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- Service to give all the York to conduct a funeral. We
who is ill in Jacksonville.
we have to caution the boys, as We understand that the experts very trict Board of Supervisors, is mak- technical assistance available to were only the third family at '

one time we caught them chasingthe down at the University have decided ing hay from sericea lespedezaand people in Bradford Soil Conservation home, so they didn't do much sell-
chickens! with clubs. We almost that the trouble with the getting a pretty good red clover. Both of these District through a system of ing or taking orders. They will i luthnlnnil1ln
yield of Kentucky pole beans and
had chicken for supper that Missionary plants has been virus I plants are legumes which make a progressive' farm planning. We be back June 17, if nothing pre-
really them. It
enjoying beats all
night. *... disease. They have some plants high protein hay. "J. B." has don't nave a soils map on Tom's vents.
how '
I a'great big, fat bean, like the
pole bean, which would be a "buck- I also planted soybeans from whichhe farm yet, but a request for sur- Mrs. Wilson came with Mr.

Sey eye" if bean, tastes plans to harvest seed. He used vey has been made. Yet we are Wilson to deliver the ballot boxes {
a green so
good. We didn't get the poles the district's cultipacker to pack able to give him information on last week. We learned she hasn't
the ground after planting. specific problems which will help been I '.
up so our pole beans are climbingup able to walk for 29 years
on each other. "By packing the ground, I will him get started on his conservation due to arthritis, yet she does her '

/ hold in a lot of moisture," statesJ. farm program. After a soils housework, including most of the I. t r 3 designing

B. .r man is made, basic soil-and- .
i Lots of tomatoes on our vines, -- a laundry She does her workin .
water conservation farm plan will l ;,.t;
but that ole devil "wilt" has set her wheel chair. This puts
THANK The F. F A. boys are preparingtVLAWTEY be prepared for the whole farm.
la. and soon we'll have no vines. some of us to shame, who can -

We're watching some plants in are vacationing in Haleysville. walk and go around; we complain' I WDlnah i

when a crippled leg hurts us, and I ,
hog which are shaded.
'tlT perk Ala. They expect to visit other .
]. look all right, so far. \ out of state places before returning get so we feel we just cannot go.
Wonder what we would do if we
YOU home.
: Talked to Floyd Green of Starke were crippled like some folks we ltSz
Mrs. Mae Wells returned home j
by L. IL Each "
know? I they have often
last week, and we got around to II suppose I
on Tuesday evening of last week
the high cost of living, especially tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASchool after attendine Postmaster's wondered about this, too, until

coffee He told us about the'good : CommencementThe Convention in Winter a Haven. Mrs. they had the misfortune to be Those wonderful carefree Sherwin-Williams color com-
1 old days", when a man crippled, and found out what they
annual Commencement Wells motored down with the C. bination turned me into a real exterior decorator.
can do, and go ahead and do it.
could buy a 100-lb. sack of good .
E. Crosbys of Westconnett.Rev. .
Exercises of the Lawtey Junior 9
coffee for $1. Maybe folks didn't I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Padgett
High School were held in the E. D. Boyer of is A Starke Builders'
AI hiDONT so much money then, but Tampa | were visiting friends and relatives Supplies man helped me choose a de-

what they had sure did buy a ,auditorium Friday evening of last visiting his daughter Mrs. W. F at Clay Hill list Tuesday. Tommy lightful contrast all over light grey teamed up with

1 1I mess of stuff. week with nineteen students re- Moore, and family. Mr. Boyer I Lang returned home with Clyde royal blue trim. Then he showed me how to apply the

ceiving promotion certificates will be rememberea as a former and family to spend his summer trim to highlight good points and tone down architectural -
I Will Not !
Let You Down
The big, disappointing primaryis showing they are eligible for en- pastor of the First Baptist Church. vacation. .flaws.
trance to senior high school,.
over and it seems that lots of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rowe and Gloria Starling is spending a

I am sincerely grateful for the vote, hard folks in the county are hunting come September. i daughter, Mrs. Marie Burnseed, few days in Jacksonville with her I'm tickled pink with the results and the neighbors are \
gophers to make Judge Theron Yawn of Starke of Glen St Mary and another sisters. The sisters, Winnie and '
I some
work and the of all of who soup. all with
green envy. .
prayers you was the speaker of the evening.I(daughter Mrs. Irene Sheppard Helen, were visiting at Clay Hill

made our victory possible. Every powerat CARD OF THANKS He chose to confine his remarksto of Jacksonville, were guests of Sunday.

"Education", what goes to I(I Mrs. Rowe's sister Mrs. T. L. Helen Padgett is visiting in STOP IN. SEE THE LATEST COLOR TRENDS IN

my command will be used to lead We are sincerely grateful to make up an education, and of Wainwright, and family Sunday. Lutz with friends. OUR STYLE GUIDE. Learn! professional painting

Florida forward I will make you the kind friends and neighbors for their what elements it is composed. He I I Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Richards Dumpie Wilkinson and Bessie techniques.

many kind acts of sympathy dur- said that'curiosity is the basic of and grandson, Benny Green, re- Strickland attended the district

M -.... of governor of whom you can be proud. ing our sad bereavement of our true education, and formal educa- turned last Saturday from a visit meeting of the PTA in Green Cove 0

husband and step-father, David D. tion should contribute to the abili- with relatives in Pennsylvania.Mrs. last Thursday. We learned that I

'I will not let you down! Woodard. Our appreciation cannot ties of students to carry on successfully Green says it is entirely too we can get a trained instructor to

be adequately expressed. We in future life: "Individ quiet at their house without Ben- come to Clay Hill and teach a. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone
.'.}.. ,'ff.-:...w'' .... ; '- .... are very grateful to Dr. Calvin J. ual takes where Mr. .
.. ....J .: $ I'r' \ responsibility over ny. and Mrs. Richards are study course in the PTA work if
E '-.. \'t':' -"6'1' 'I'J, A:4 Houpt, who was so understanding.Mrs. formal teaching leaves off." The spending a week with their daughter -' we can get five to take the I 45 Washington St. at S. A.L. Depot

r. ',,,,, ,, .. Jimmie Woodard and Judge emphasized that teachers and family before going on to course We already have 11 and Starke, Fla.
". I I stepchildren.THE stress honesty, integrity loyalty their home in Lake City. !are looking for more. Have made I

r.aficot.i.nh..w Mid lei ky*aA I patience, and studiousness, I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. application for the course, and v.illl
CJ.r-fa.On.As(c.arS7.. f.-4-s-.>._...,T<*_ I but that peace of mind comes )I
RIGHT POINT for the I. Warren during last week included tell more about it as soon as I I
write. from within and that with education -I Mrs. Warren's mother, Mrs. A. can. i
way you Come In and select
your favorite ESTERBROOK patriotic, national and E. Bozard and daughter, Aliene,I I Mrs. Fred Carter's parents. Mr ;

Fountain local responsibilities are acceptedand ,and Mrs. W. E. Herlong, of St. and Mrs. Hatcher, from
Pen Only $2.37 at
F BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- ernest effort is made to prove Matthews, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. ville", spent the day "HatcherS-\\ /

: WAIT worthy of these responsibilities. I Arthur Rose and daughter Kappy..I her and Fred.

One of the highlights of the :and Mrs. Willie Hunkerpillow, all 1 I Ruth Corbett and children are 1 I e

evening was the awarding of 10f Washington, D. C. The Roe I I visiting Ruth's mother, Irene Pad- j I

Trade the unused I LET US FILE YOUR SAW the American Legion awards to I family and Mrs. Hunkerpillow also gett. and other relatives.

Miss Betty Gaskins and to EdwinMosley went in I The Vacation Bible school
New sight seeing other points will!
Foley I
on our
of the eighth grade. These j of Florida the Ebenezer chOTclf,
miles in as this was their first; I begin at. I

your AUTOMATIC SAW FILER awards are given annually, one(i trip to the State. The group left l!! ,. ,

each to an outstanding boy and''ifor home on Thursday very much| .,.-- --- -. ---, .. ,-- ".:: j
present tires for I They'll rot girl of this grade.Mr. I in love with Florida i.r I (

like new when and Mrs. Doc Wainwright i Graduates Entertained Wash Your Clothes

the EXTRA VALUEr filed and daughters of Jacksonvillewere 'WestinghouseHOME
+ oa ourprecision Mrs. W. F. Moore was hostess i 9 Pounds
r machine. visiting relatives in the at a party in her home on AdamsStreet I
Lawtey vicinity during the week .
In a
honoring the graduatingclass -
For 40c!
few minutes end.Mr. following the exercises Friday '
'The I you'll have and Mrs. Preston Green Miss Moore UPRIGHT
evening Gayle FREE Bleach If Desired!
W:1 saws that cut cleaner, truer, were business visitors to Jacksonville was a member of the class, each t FREEZER

P' : I faster Bring your saws in Monday. member of which invited one 0

s I today-youJU like our speedy Ernest Wells of Ft. Eustis, Va. guest to attend. Members of the l I

..f service. spent the weekend with his mother. school also We Wills
faculty! were present
Cord :Mrs. :Mae Wells. Freezes and store.J .
This annual th
is an feature of I I
s Dry Your Clothes
Mrs. Seeber Andrews of Jacksonville
ALSO SHARPENALL [I school closing and one that i > I months.of mealsin
spent the weekend with' looked forward to with
h KINDS OF TOOLS ,i an- For 20c
her Mr. and :Mrs. W. F. only
Knives, Scissors, Etc. parents, i,i ticipation. After spending sometime I ;

Moore.J. I visiting and reminiscing, 'II r '/ wide floor
SUPER'CUSHION6,6i : All New Equipment I B. Rowe of Starke was visiting i the group enjoyed refreshments.Mrs. I In New Automatic Driers! J _. 28 <

in of last
CALVIN JOHNS Lawtey Thursday Hugh B. Ingram and Mrs I space

i 465 N. Water St. week. Frazier C. Jones assisted Mrs, I
:Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hess of Want
Moore. supermarket convenience

I' Starke were calling on Mr. and Informal Social The \Washeteria i I lower food
"byGO-OOjiE4R' Mrs. A. F. Brown Monday after-
I I :Miss Mary Ann Moates enter- r cost restaurant

JJw: (I noon. i i tamed with an informal social 1 Temple A,-e. Starke i I variety at mealtime?
i j Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Starling of f'm' i Get them all-ino2SH"
the home of her grandmother
., .
I Jacksonville eVenin J.
were Sunday -- -
p I Mrs. Effie Miner Saturday night t .. :- w j square corner of yourkitchen
-- -- -
I guests of the C. R. Whiteheadfamily. t
dZ6I _/ Look what else

f: the letteri tart. Then from you get .
I I all over the free world tome inch Mr. and Mrs C. E. Crosby and J \H'sf .
N >It YiTO h i MrtltIt '' .
comment ** these from reader son. Richard of Westconnett were \ 213 Ibs. frozen storage

; ; More safe 2. Quieter ride 3. Much of THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE guests of his sister Mrs. L. H. -- P. __ _.. .. .. _, ___ -__ capacity. '
i mileage! ,.-less squeal greater skidprotection MONITOR, an international daily Futch Tuesday evening of last J j '
I > newspaper: week. : ;E p 15 below zero, fast-
on turnsl'! : 1 freezing section.
: -- "The Monitor is must reading Mr. and Mrs. M. R Smith and *$ DoWh

4 people.lor. ."straight-thinking children were shopping in Gainesville \ 10* $750 Z== p .Handy Door Shelves.

Tuesday of last week. ; ,
'* "1 returned to school a/ter. AS Yi 11 .Cold kept in-you
Miss Wilma Dean Pack of Pa- :, ,
lapse of 18 year I I'illd I only of
Hade of All-\lon Cord for r YY my degree from the college latka spent the weekend with open your
greater strength Antivibrationtread but my education comet I Linda Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin ;; INCLUDING 2 DELICIOUS MEALS Freezer at a time.

has 880 safety slots from the Monitor. ." / I
f Shaw visited Mrs. Shaw's mother t.roN. HM 4* AwMfc ,
for 15% traction. ....rtwn trs.t.drict vSpacesaving design.
greater "The Monitor gives me ideas I Mrs. V. O Pack, in Palatka Sunday + II

than Costs a only standard a few tire.dollars more + C I "for my work. ." i| taking Linda and Wilma|I c.. Spacious' Rooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Coon f 1 I Ho Stocp'w No Lifting No Piliagl : b; Upright safety. Noheavy

ti I / truly enjoy its com :Dean with them. j jI lid to lift
Made with Coodyear's R pany. ."._ I I 2 Private Pools Cabana Prhrote feocfc ( \
t .. I Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Strickland j t There's no backbreaking bending\ ,
; I I
exclusive I ,Upright convenience
3-T Triple- Yon. tooT will find the Monitor :Mrs. Ij or lifting to put food away,or J
I accompanied by Rice, all of | .
Tempered All-Nylon Cord. j .. Puttlftg Green bfimote Codctol lounge Dancfog all food
I at finger
a informative, with complete world tips.
Come in and trade todayour Tampa were weekend guests of: it. You file food, not pile it! .
deals have sever + 1 i new You viewpoint will discover in a .contractive I their uncle, O. J. Anders, and rs.1 t.' S Planned Wertoinment fisherman's.Pa PaodH a ,iI"
every ew*
teen better. 4 r l story Anders. } tl_ fo tutfrartm ftwfct irld sa j A New Idea for Your Men Westinghouse Upright Herat Freezer

,., ATTINTIONNI'WCAIOWNERS Use tie coupon below ty a sps+ .I. Miss Adel Dinkins, of Jacksonville -i! l Ittk $h'tf.Waws, -:" and Matd'ag Deluxe Refrigerator -
vial Introductory. lubtenption spent the weekend with her I 1 I :
Trade for stronger, saferABN'yloa i 3 jnonlhi for only $3.Tk parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Din- !' .' .*.*

Cord Super- .--.......--.-................ kirc. j this pair sid by side and you let a full

Cushions tost less than today.you It think.will n i OM.. CVini"N.rJ 5I Sciran. e....11..11..ta._MM.' C.I.A.Fltu I Mr. and Mrs. Paul L- Dinkins 4. .ar. J J--JPut' ft of food-kecpinj conTenlenct a

A I tt.i m. <. buWactw ..Wftp I Jr., of Anthony spent the weekend far, far Ulow that you'd expect to payl!
fin I. Tto 0....... Sc-.. M..._ with relatives here. -... "1 "11
PAY DAY PLANl-As low as $1.25 a week for a pair U __ J t.d Mr and Mrs. Tom Tatum .-... .. _. I RE. t7tWT
I and children left Sunday for a YOU LAN H If U5i

SERVICE STATION t-) .. 'visit with relatives ill i Mississippi '"f i ;
'I 'I. n ;
GOODMAN'S and Alabama. Miss
Fannie Tat-

SEEDER D. GOODMANU. I I -A4 t.J ...'..-) -' um after returned having spent home a month with them with aOna aza A M1GI i SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO.

S. 301 at South City Limits relatives here. 'Eawwy sa.res.. Mad) Netd I
tMM) c-t
'11) Mr. I Starke, Fla.
and Mrs. Charles Bowen
A' ".11 I
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t I At The TabernacleMany 84th birthday on Wednesday May I Hope also inherits an undeserved -"[ Evan T. Evans lOS Law ExThis notice shall be published
, Building. Jacksonville.oace each week for four consecutive
School of the I change :
26. The
Sunday reputation of being a steel-. Florida
*eeks in the Bradford County Ttle.
people heard Dr. Carl :M. Christian Church gave her a sur SERVICE MEN nerved gambler and excellant ,, and file the original in the office ofgrapn

r Sweazy, noted evangelist and prise party on Sunday. She received swordsman an actor and accomplished -\: the Clerk of the Circuit Court on }) u..d' thin, ,,0 d.1} "f ;\L,4
author. of Los Angeles, during many pretty gifts. i musician. and a poet. j''or: before the 14th day ?f ..Junt'OFFIl -\L SEAL) Ch.irlo \ Darby
:Mr. and Mrs. Glen McIntosh of ': 1954.: ntheiu -t> u iI" aleg.tt u. tf Clerk of toe C *-, t..t ,"urt.
I II I services at : The film is full hilarious >aid (""Mipialit ,. i'i ,
II the week at revival of u. taken a Sy Marian L. Crosb Deputy ClerkIcPfr
here .
Lake City, visited relatives '
I' I I --ed b% Y",1 : 4 4; > 4
I, I the Gospel Tabernacle. Sunday. Their grandson. Billy comedy as Hope tries to live UpI( ..

ij i 'I I I Sweazy's message present aj I Saxon, returned home with them I to this inherited reputation. He

j i challenge to people. He will be for an extended visit. 'is rQostarredith Joan Fontaine i i
Presbyterian Church Church of Christ I I MOVING
Corner 10th and McMahon .1 j I j i here through Sunday June 6. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and avl I Basil Rathbone Audrey Dalton. j i

. Sunday June 6 -- 9:45 a.m., .1I I[I Communion will be observed at children Billy and Janette, spent ':and Hugh Marlow. j I Ij
, Sunday school; 11 a.m. Morning Preaching A. M. and 1:340'P.M. i the end of the Sunday morning Sunday at Sampson Lake. -
hour.Singmg Mr. and Mrs. Hal Sessions and NOTICE TO APPEAR I LOCAL S Safe PHONE
i "The Healing worship .
worship service ; CIrrmit Coart. Bradford County i i
, of the Nobleman's Son"; 8 p.m.. Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud daughter have returned to their / '' FUrldm IB Ck..ccry. II I I'olive OR Dependable
home in Austin, Mian., after spend- i M. Fitzhugh. also known as ,, LONGDISTANCE 311
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. .
Evening worship service "Christ Convention t Olive M Fisher. Plaintiffs. John'T. EconomicalR.
her mother, ,
ing sometime with .
Fitzhugh. also known as> John
Walking Upon the ASSEMBLY OF GOD Mrs. Wallis Collins and husband. i JT. Fisher, Defendant. :i B. Alvarez OR
Monday 9-11 a.m., Bible Bradford-Union Singing Conven- Case Xo. 10-495 j jI .
school. Cor 10th & Clark SU. tion will meet Sunday, June 6, at Mrs. Jessie Chastain visited her ''I I Notice Te Appear I Agents For TRANSFER AND
sister, Mrs. W. H. Douglas, at To- John T Fitihueh. also known 250-J
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morn- 2 at Harmony Baptist I Dtlcher Bros.
Tuesday 9 aJn., Bible school; p.m. High Springs recently. las John T. Fisher whose residence STORAGE CO.
8 p.m. the circles of the Women ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunday Church located 3 miles west of [ Mrs. George Williams and Mrs. Edgar H. Dukes, son of Mr. and address, Brunswick.is: Georgia.1229: : Stonewallstret't.

of the Church: Circle I, with Mrs. Night 7:45: p. m. Tuesday night Duke's station. All interested in I H B. Wiggins spent Memorial and Mrs. Edgar Dukes of Starke, You are hereby notified that a

R. G. Paterson; Circle 2, with Mrs. 7:45p.m. Friday night 7:45p.m. gospel singing are urged to at Day in Jacksonville visiting relatives returned to Ft. Benning, Ga., suit Divorce for '! STORAGEPerryman

E. M. Davis.Wednesday. -James H. Cain pastor. tend. and shopping. after a 15-day leave with his has been tiled against you In the I
Bible ,parents. He is serving with theArm' Ii above named Court and cause and'
9 a.m., UEILBROXN Annie Brown of Starke la visit vnu are renutP.-t' _r"" nr' nC: Bldg. S. Court St. Starke Florida
school; 7:30 p.m. Prayer meetingand Christian ChurchBible ing her father, Loren Brown. ( Forces; his address is: US your answer or pleading to the com '

study of I Sam. 19-23; 8 p.m., ,I BAPTIST CHURCH i Mrs. Raleigh Brannen is ill at I 53220001.. 47 Repel. Co., 47th Inf. i plaint en the Plaintiffs Attorney
Adult choir practice. School 9:45: a. m. Wor- Sunday School 10 ajn. Preaching -,her home here. Div., Fort Eenning, Ga. I I I -
Bible school. ship Service 11 a. m. and 8 p. 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 I I I.
Thursday 9 a.m., Jimmy Boswell of Gainesville, a
Friday 9 a.m., Bible school: m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- p.ra. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer was a Monday night supper guest 1. ., iY rR I II Ii

1:30 p.m., Closing exercises of ',day 8 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. -I ot Mrs. T. F. Brown and son, Ii Let US Feather Your Nest With A Little Down.

Bible school I'I Minister. !Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. I Frank, and was accompanied to II i .

.. i I Gainesville by Mrs. Brown Frank '
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST and Mr. and Mrs. Topsy Brown
St. Edward's Church LATTKR DAY SAINT and baby. I I
E. MacBlaln I 1 1'I I
Raymond Services each Sunday m old Masonic -
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday Frank Brown left Monday night I
Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and Schedule of Services School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv- I I.,'I for a Y. M. C. A. Camp at Lake I I I
SUNDAYS Placid near Sebring. I
8:30 a. m.Children's.
ice 6:30 Everyone welcome.
p.m. Mrs. D. M. Heath of Fort
Class Saturday 11 9:45: a.m.. Church School 11a.m. i
:Lauderdale and Mrs. J. S. Sapp of i :
a. m. ., Morning Prayer &; Sermon; TYTYYYYYYYTTTYTYYYTTTTTlHAMPTON Starke visited Mrs. Charlton !fl I

Keystone HelgbtsWomen's 6:30 p.m., Young People's Serv i Chastain, Saturday night. 1(I Pvt. Gilbert S. Newcomb Jr e

( nub) ice League. I Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fall of husband of Shirley A. Newcomb.

Sunday Mass 8 a. m. HOLY COMMUNION1st. Lake City and Mrs. Shelly Crews i of Starke, has completed eight '

Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun I by Mrs. Wm. \V. Hammond i i Lake City and Mrs. Shelley Crews weeks of basic training at the _
Confessions before all Masses. 7:30 !guests of Mrs. Jessie Chastain.I I /' ''4 '
day a.m. Camp Gordon Replacement Train- ,;W., Phone 80 Starke, Fla.
FRIDAY I .. ... & I Mrs. Betty May and brother, ing Center. at Camp Gordon Ga.

Church of God 7:30: p.m. Litany & Meditation. I The graduation exercises of the ''I Billy Home, left for Montgomery, Pvt. Newcomb will continue infantry 1
8 Choir RehearsaL Ala., Friday noon. They returned
p.m. I Hampton Elementary School were training or attend an Army-
Sunday School 10 a m. Morn held in the school auditorium I Sunday, accompanied by Mrs. specialist school.

Ing Worship 11 a-m. Evening PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS !Tuesday. May 25. Those receiv'I May's husband, Dickie May who 3 Rooms

Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service CHURCH ,ing Diploma's were: Lamar Brown. will spend a week's vacation here. l Joseph L. Anderson Jr., dis- i

I Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. I Allen Cochrane. Jimmy Dya!, Melvin 'Mrs. May and Melody will returnto bursing clerk second class. USN. j
Alabama with him, where they I
7:30 p.m. Thursday. Morning Service 11 a.m. I Eiland, James Hall, Dewitt son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson Completely Furnished
will make their home for the
Lawtej- Evening Service 7:30 p.m. |:Hersey. Raymond, Moody, Howell I of Starke, is serving with I;I II
Prayer Meetings Wednesdaj j Williams, Nancy Dryden, Willaw present.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Squadron 31
Richard Williams, husband of
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving night 7:45: pm. Saturday niSE'F..Vfn ht Ruth Hammond, Iris McCullough, Martha Horne Williams will receive -I based at the U. S. Naval Air Sta-

Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Emily McKinney, Ruth Perry, I his Law Degree, Monday tion. Quonset Point, R. I. The 48 PIECES I
D.AD'E.'TIST .\\ Audrey Raley, Avey Williams,
j night, at the U. of F. squadron returned last month
CHURCH Alene Stapelton and Nancy Jean
IIAMPTOXCHRISTIAN I Mrs. Jes'ie'Chastain accompanied from a six-week Caribbean train-
CHURCH | Services each Sabbath in old I Beidler. j', her sister, Mrs. Wesley An- ing cruise aboard the attack an- I
Bible School 19 Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sa vlbyThetheir Grade accompanied 'drews, to the Gaines
a. m.; Worship I of Starke craft carrier USS Valley Forge '
teacher, Mrs.
Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program bath School 2 p.m. Mrs. Flora Belle Brown Perkins.Mrs !wine Hospital Monday to see Mr I FOR

6:30 p. m. Evening: Service 8 each second and fourth Sabbaths''!Nannie Watterson, Mrs. W. W.'I !Andrews, who is recuperating froman Lester C. Griffis 18, son of Mi 299.95

p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon. pastor. 3 p.m. EldeV} Mostert, pastor, Hammond and Mrs. Gertrude Slade eye operation. She also vi'itedPaul and Mrs. Joseph Griffis, Lawtey .i
Bible each 8 ,'I and Mrs. Dick Hinson I ONLY
,. Study Thursday p.m who drove the bus, enjoyed a trip Meng recently enlisted in the Marine
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Everyone welcome. !ito the Stephen Foster Memorial I who are patients there. Corps for three years. Griffis was l

Jon Wednesday of last week. I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaughand transferred to Parris Island. S C

AIR PARK BAPTISTAir | The regular monthly meeting of Otto Hicks Sr., attended the I where he will undergo 10-we'ks
funeral of their and
Park Baptist Church: Sunday .. the W. M. U. met at the Church, i nephew recruit training. ij i iI
1 :
I cousin, Edward Weeks. at Wind
School, 9:45 a. m.; Preachin r Thursday evening with 11 memo I ---- I i Plus Tax
bers present. The meeting w asp sor Monday afternoon. j i! Pvt. Raymond W. Walker son U i..i $30 DOWN
Service, 11 a. m.; Training Union, I
II of Mr. :Mrs. John L. Walker.
opened with Prayer and after the I'rwww. ._._._. _._._.______________ and
6:45 p. m.; Preaching Service, 8 S scripture reading, Miss Norma .yyyyyyyyyyyyyyPINE of Starke, has been assigned to Y

p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday .. ;(jSweene>' of Gainesville, a former Company A. 28th Infantry Regiment 1 BALANCE ON 15 EASY

II 8 p. m. ,Hampton girl who recently LEVELby Fort Jackson, S. C., for

graduated in Child Evangelism in basic training. Upon completionof Ii MONTHLY PAYMENTS

CHURCH OF GOD California, gave a very interesting''' Mrs. H. M. McRae this training, Pvt. Walker will
i 1 review of her work, also:: a Fannel-' be given about 14 days leave. and I j
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn. I
'graph talk in winning boys and tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAShower then eight more weeks of train- -
ing Worship 11 a. m. Evening: girls to the Lord Jesus. _
Safe --
, Services 7:30.: YPE Service.Wed. ,. plans to leave for Brazil as a A delightful For Mrs miscellaneous Thomas shower school.jug! or assignment. to an Army ;- -- -.-- c '__:' __-:" __ :_: _' _-= :::_: "--:'

nesday 7:45 p. m. Prayer Meeting r I missionary under Child Evangelism >

But How Sane? Friday evening at 7:45. in the fall and ask the Prayers was given in the home ol, Cpl. Joseph R. Corbett 21. son

of each one present. A special Mrs. H. M. McRae Wednsda of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corbett, of I
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ([offering was taken. Mrs. Otto evening. May 26, honoring Miss I Starke. recently spent a seven-

KEEPING you furniture, SOCIETY I Hick Sr. and Mrs. Hazel Hick, Joyce Thomas, whose marriageto day rest and recuperation leave in
clothing and other belongingsin Orange Park, Fla. !furnished the refreshments. Gerald Williams occured Thursday Hakata. Japan. His wife. Susie.

a wall safe, even if possible, Sunday service 11 a.m. Sunday The 6th and 7th grades and June 3.Hostesss lives on Route 2, Blackshear, Ga.
would limit your enjoyment School 11 a.m. I their teacher, Mrs. :Martha Wil- for this occasion were:: _
of this properfy. Wednesday Evenings-1st Wed. ['hams, entertained the 8th grade I Mrs. H. M. McRae, Mrs. F. L Cadet Sgt. Charles E. Hutche- IT IS UNLAWFULFor

\ nesday each month, S p.m. land teacher principal Ola Perkins, Clough, Mrs. Fred Haislop, Mrs, son. son of C. C. Hutcheson.

A more practical way to Public cordially invited. Nursery ," at a party on the school campus B. M. McRae Mrs. Robert Star'I of Starke. a iun'or at Univ. of

protect this investment is maintained for all services. 'Thursday evening. Games were ling Mrs. Wesley McRae. Mrs,.''Florda, is attending a six-week

with a strong insurance policy Community Center Building. I played served. Mrs.and refreshments were Lucian Conner, Mrs. J. G. Jackson ,I ROTC summer camp at Fort Ben- .
the Personal Property Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. I ed by Mrs. Dan -was assist- Mrs. V. E. Thornton, and II j fling, Ga., beginning July 19.
Floater. Ask about it to :! Loper Theressa. Mrs. Joe Starling. Any Person or Persons to Engage in
us: \VOODLAWN MISSIONARY I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stich of Beautiful spring petunias with 11 Maior Lewis W. Hieatt. Air Ma-

day. BAPTIST CHURCHLAWTEY. lof Jacksonville were Sunday guests Quenn Ann's lace made attractive teriel Command. WrightPatterson -

FLA. I Ysung: Mr. and Stich's boys.sister, Mrs. Verna arrangements as placedthrougout former AFB.Mary Ohio Torode.husband of Starke.of the Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. j' Rev. C. W. Burton of Keystone ; the McRae home. The'I
6:15 BTU, 6:43: table recently received an award in theI
preaching. prayer Heights was a caller in town Election serving was very graciousl
service 7 o'clock song services. : Day. adorned with a white linen cloth, I I "Ruv of the Month" program

H. C. WALLAGENCY 1:30 evening services. | Mrs. Mamie Meade has returned centered by a lovely crystal bowl]].I'along[' : jviti Dennis C. Jones. Dav- The Name Is RegisteredRead
| ton. for aiding the government
|from Brunswick, Ga.. where she of spring ferns and Queen Ann'slare.
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 1 f attended the graduation of her A pink-and-white color i! in saving over a million dollars.i

LAWTEY, FLA. 'grandson, Buddy Hicks. I| scheme was carried out in the!

Phont 146 Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach. '! Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffin of |I decorations.The J Bob Hope Plays .

200 E. Call Street ing 11 a. m. & 7:30: p. m. Midwee( i Jacksonville, spent Election Day I 70 guests were received' World's Lover
senice Wednesday 7:3.0: p. m. ,,with his father. \\. H. Griffin.Sgt. I at the door by Mrs. H. M. Mc Top

Starke A. E. Massey, pastor. Loyce Dew, who has been Rae Mrs. J. G. Jackson, Mrs. F,.1 I At Florida Theatre

I## '#'4 4" ', ,,, Bible School-10 A. M. I stationed in Korea for 16 months, L. Clough. who in turn presented i.. This Florida Law
i ie spending a Bob the
furlough with his them to Miss Thomas, her mother i Hope portraying
A" wife and two daughters, at the I Mrs. Russell Thomas and Mrs.'I(world's greatest lover plays at
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. |:the Florida Theatre Sunday and
C. Cannon. 'Henry Wtliams mother of the' "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein to
Mrs. Dew and the | Monday in "Casanova's Big
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke two little girls have been making j 1, groom. I Night." Hope is actually only engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined
Interesting were enjoyed
their home with the Cannon's since I Miss games !masquerading as Casanova, and he without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the
last November.Mr. I Jude Conner and Mrs
and Mrs. Joe Forsyth, '-Ir.1 William Crosby won prizes. Mrs'ris endowed with more Hope-like clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis
[ than Casnova-like qualities in the
(and Mrs. Johnny Knight and son, I,I Anna Fender received the dooiprize. [ with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af

,'Ronnie visited Mr. Forsyth's par- II I film.Hope, who is a meek tailor's fidavit signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fors .th, The lovely gifts were rolled ir!I i
fulfills his dreams
at Lake Butler Sunday also called to Miss Thomas in the "h mey'"apprentice all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest
/when he is offered a chance to
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town ,on a sister and brother Mrs. moon express", a little wagor!'j change clothes with Casanova who of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon.

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 !r rRaulerson Brooker. and W. O. Forsyth. at attractively dt'coratedith pint, I is fleeing from his creditors. I Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto
white hearts and
\ Mrs. J. G. Adkins and Mrs. Cal bells. r I Hope then steps in to fill the engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
shoes of the man who is reported
vin Richard accompanied Miss I their intention to register said fictitious least
Serving refreshments consist'' to have "broken the hearts of name at once a week for four
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A M. 8:00 P.M.: Louise Adkins to Jacksonville I ing of a delicious punch and cake 1 (4)) consecutive weeks in
Monday: where she has thirty-thousand women and reportedly some newspaper as defined by law in the county
Sunday School 9:43 A :M. Training Union 6:45 P.M.: ment.Walden V.were E. Mrs.Thornton.Robert Mrs.Starling.Fred Mrs Hai'I kept up this sort of where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P M Gordon. Ga.Wadsworth and Mr. of and Camp Mrs. slop. Mrs. B. M. McRae and Mrs'I I i I seventieth thing till year.he was" way past his accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of

,-. .,., Thomas Wadsworth of Bunnell. Joe S. Starling.Arley I such publication.
-' -, -, .u _, __ ._ __ _- ._ __ -, spent the \\"t'ekendith parents. McRae, of U. of F.. W as
Mr and Mrs. G. P. Wads "isitingr his parents. Mr. and MrsJ.
-_ _. _._ _- u : _ __, ,-_ :- ':, Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon, ac- W. McRae Sunday. COLONIALFLORIST If you are engaged in business under nameother
companied by Mrs. G. C. Gentry, Recent visitors of the H. M. Me-
HEAR PASTOR BOB CRAY returned home Saturday night Rae's were 11. and Mrs. L. L I

after a few weeks tour Conner, of Starke. and Mr. and I

Sunday Night this at subject S o'clock: preach on Florida.Mr.. and .:Mrs. Calvin Richard Southern of- i Mrs.Tacksonville.A. H. Hall and family, ol I than your own, and have not had this name

Arcadia and Louise Adkins of Misses Joyce. Barbara. and FLOWERS

} 'A Preacher In ABasket' i'J.Jacksonville with G. Adkins.their parents, spent, Mr.the and weekend Mrs. trams Bonnie Tim Kerns were Thomas at visiting Ocean and! Mr Gerald Way.and Sunday Mrs Wil- For All Occasions I properly advertised and registered, we will be

| James Davis of
Jacksonville afternoon. PHONE
(called on his sister, Mrs. .\ 218
a ,;Rhoden.Donald Wednesday ALL TYPES OF glad to give you all necessary Information as to
| Williams
Bobby (j)
S Who Was He? Mann of Dundee called on the J. PEST CONTROL

What Happened To Him? ,;A. Williams Saturday night. what should do.

0 Bring Your Bibles and Hear the Answers First The Fellowship Group of the TERMITES DISH GARDENS you
j Baptist Church gave a Farewell -
; Party Saturday night for :Miss Household Commercial POTTERY

First Baptist Church (Hampton :( Peggy Dyal. who will soon be GROVE SPRAYINGCall POTTED PLANTS

leaving for Washington D. C.'whew .. for estimate BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
she has
Sunday School 10 A.M. B.T.U 7 P :M. the F. B. I.Mr. emplo"mentith Flowers WiredAnywhere'

Morning Worship at 11 A M. and Mrs. Dick Hinson are Florida Pest Control

the parents of a daughter born & Chemical Co. ,
"The Church )
Everybody is Somebody" Sunday night at the Alachua 220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6035 N'ona St Starke j, I

., Hospital in Gainesville. Gainesville. Fla. i -- -" --' -
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I Ike's Veto Renews Standing! Dispute titled After to returning have our land from back.Washing-" !i Poppy Sales Law Allows Public Five Building Permits WOW Honor Dead :i -

ton the last time Edwards \ A. Payne
report- Admittance To Polls Issued In Two Weeks
eluded in the Federal portion of eel that Rep. Bennett and Sen. Hol- Collect $115The Memorial ServiceThree i ii Gets Master's
( Continued from page one) land were adament in their At Ballot Counting i Degree
I the reservation reached a peak Building permits for $4750
i that the members of the W.O.W. I II i
legislation should be
proposed for "development of re "' during the past year. These per- i passed. It finally was, by both American Legion Auxiliaryand Every once in a while, the ques.. worth of new construction were who died during the year were !I: Manon A. Payne. teach r in the

sources" on the huge tract. with sons had high hopes of regaining I houses, and sent to the White I II 4-H Club girls braved Saturday's tion arises, "Is the public admitted .. issued by D. W. Carpenter Starke honored with ,business department of Bradford
proceeds to be used for maintenance -I their lands when the government to the room while an elec.. building inspector. in the last two a memorial service'
'House. j rain to collect $115 for. at the Methodist School. will
was declared surplus in I Church Friday II be awarded a
and any surplus profits to: acreage tion board is counting votes?" weeks. Carpenter listed four ad-
be divided between the Florida National 1950. but saw this hope go glimmering President Eisenhower objected i, America's dead and disabled vet- Theron A. Ya\vr ditions and one new dwelling in'' night. Those honored were A. Z. master's degree in education by

Guard and the Departmentof with the prospective pas- i' to a clause in the bill that provided -I erans in their annual Poppy Day supplies County the Judge answer by citing/the' total. Adkins. 1). E. Knight and "olleyi i the University of Floiula at Commencement -

the Army. sage of H. R. 7512. The.group em- that before' closing any agree- Reddish.
ployed an attorney T. J. Jennings ment between the State Armory drive.Women 1!. from the Florida Statutes of 1953: Mrs. Esther Walker is buildinga Attorney-general ( exercises held at
The proposed development of reSOurces and children from Richard Ervin
Board which says, in part: $3.000 five-room concrete Gainesville June 6.7
,;Jr. qf Green Cove Springs to plead and Secretary of the was the
it is understood, would include I Army the would have Starke and Keystone Heights Sec. Duties Electior block house; DeWitt C. Jones is principal .speakei. and'
its case in Washington. pact to be 102,061 ; of I p.eRobert D Somniei the Mr Payne has taught at B.H.S.

a forest management pro- One of the property owners most approved by the Armed Services I volunteered to take donations.Mrs. l Board: counting: closing polls-_ remodeling portions of the funeral memorial prayer gave fotii years

gram carried out under private con- I seriously: affected was W. H. ( Hal t "Committees of the Senate and the I Walter Muhlhofer poppy "At the close of the election al t home for $300: R F. Young is ..
.IIIi! !
House. adding a 5600 bedroom ---
tract, awarded on optn. competitive -I Edwards Jr., formerly of Lawtey, chairman offers special thanks to each precinct the election board I,, house: Jeff Lewis is to his "':--_"' :::'- --'. -:::__: :: :: :: -=:::;'::-'::: '::' ---" =.- -....' -'- :::- ,: (
I "Because of this provision of the' shall proceed to open th building a .
bid. It would also include any Jean Scholl who made posters, toDucky's
I now a resident of Orange Park. At I bill, I cannot approve it," the Presj j ballot box in the presence of thE: $350 frame garage: and H K
leases the of
heavy future minerals for, such as mining ilmenite ;the outset of World War II the I ident clause said. "The purpose of this' stand, and for to space the Florida for the Theatrefor poppy I public desiring to witness the:: house.Tyus is building a $500. utility SAT. N MON. ONLY \

is to vest in the Committees'
Federal government took 7,000 acres from j canvass count the ballots with.
and zircon although the 'i
'of giving the children who took I II
government would: reserve rights Mr. Edwards paying him 25000. the Armed.Services of the Senate !; out adjournment or interruptior I -

to all uranium. thorium and all :or approximately $3.50 per acre. I and House of Representatives': freshments.The donations .a free movie and re- until the count is completed "' .Fathers Of Scouts !

other minerals deemed essential to At the present market price for power to approve or disapprove'': However. a county official expressed < SENSATIONAL VALUES" 'I/I

the production of fissionable ma- ordinary "cut over" woodland the any agreement which the Secre-1 volunteers were: udy the opinion that the clerk! Urged To Attend

terial. The State Armory Board pioperty would be worth some tar}' of the Army proposes to''I Westfall Linda Smith, Penny .jof I t the election has the authorityto : Committee MeetingThere Regularly 5' a 10"

ha.- already leased some 4,000 $210.000 at $30 per acre. In view i make with the State of Florida !I Hollingsworth, Frances Landrum. have removed from the room i (

acres of its state-owned lands to of the minerals contained and other I I. The practical effect would be | Carolyn Kaufmann. Lois Kauf- ,, any persons who. by misconduct. will be a special meeting

E I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co. resources, however, it is possiblethat j!to plate the power to make such i I mann, Kay Dennis Charlene Dennis I makes it difficult to canvass the, of the Scout Committee of Troop 4, I \

for the mining of ilmenite. this land might be valued as agreement jointly in the Secretary j jof Linda Kay Sales. Carolyn votes. 70 at the Scout Hut on Tuesday I

Rep. Bennet introduced his original -,(high as $100 pr acre, or a neat I. the, Army and the members of:Dickens, and Carol McCray. June 8. at 7:30. The fathei n' .,

bill, H. R. 3999. in May 1951. j $700.000 for Mr. Edwards' 7.000 ,i itea.me committees on Armed Serv- | Brenda Lewis. Carol Temples Bus Station Safe every scout in the troop is espetcially .I ,
This bill and theongressman (acres. invited. -
was never passed I I i Harriet Powell. Elizabeth Prevail _
(' subsequently introduced Accompanied by Attorney Jennings "In doing so, the bill would violate Stolen. Recovered fi 2 .riss/II
The ,
I' the i Sandra Rowe. Betty Ann,' rapid growth of the troop _
H. R. 94, and later H. R. Mr. Edwards made several' fundamental constitutional I .1
I makes it to
I Simmons. Cecilia McComb. Barbara From Junk Pile necessary expand and
7512 with the same provisions in trips to Washington to confer with principle of separation of power .
j I. '
Biggs, and Mary K.Vain- reorganize the comnuttee. and o
prescribed the Constitution.
slightly different form. Senator Bennett and Sen. Holland in by
Rep. In I wright. Sheriff P. D. Reddish recovered 1 fathers are urged to attend this 1 &e
a telephone interview General
Spessard L. Holland introduced a the past few months. At one time I '
companwn bill S.163, in the he expressed confidence that the [ Lance in St. .ugustine told the i 114 safe Tuesday that was stolen important meeting. a. \ S Q ,

Senate. bill was "blocked" in the Senate, Telegraph that he would go to ,:Annie M. Richarde : from the Bus Station last week.It :i Henry Harris, scout field executive T "

Opposition to the bill on the partof although it had already passed the Washington as soon as he had was discovered in a junk pile for the forth-East District I : \

owners of some 15,000 acres in- House. studied the President's veto mes- I Dies After Illness I between Starke and Lawtey with will be present to ast: the ,. I 3v35 jJ i

"We property owners wouldn't sage and attempt to work out some ; its top torn off and its contents committee. / i ;
Mrs Annie Matthews Richarde. b
feel so bad about: our land if the !compromise. I 'rifled. .. iI I
78 died Sunday in a Jacksonville
w.c.T.u. government actually needed it for I He said that two courses were i hospital following a lengthy ill- Lacy Conway owner of the 716 County Person

the ot training troops," open to proponents of the bill .
purpose : I safe, said that some cash was
I ness. She was born at Providence Get Public AssistancePublic
"ARRIVE ALIVE DO.VT Edwards said. "However if it is 1. To ask Congress to pass it missing as well as some Imoortant -

DRINK AND DRIVE" :i to be used only for the purpose of over the President's veto (requir- : in the western part of what was personal papers. He said that he ,
(then Bradford County March assistance amounting: 'o '
of its natural resources ing a two-thirds vote I C'
(National ProhibitionKt exploitation ; '
) : was unable to estimate the loss
to 716
3. 1875. Her parents were theMe Bradford Count
we think that we are en- 2. To delete the objectionable at and that he intended ,
'clause William and Ella Liddon Mat- present persons is reported during the
-_- -------- -- 11._ .. =_ from the bill and return itt thews. to search the area where the month of : .
the President I April by11'5. Sara G
for his .
signature.Gen. I safe was discovered in hopes of
Lance said that he did not i Mrs. Richarde was the widow of Geiger, vice-chairman of dist i inboard

\WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE know at this time which of thesetwo the late Henry Richarde, and following have recovering blown any away.papers that might Public 5. of the State Dep of AND MANY OTHER NOTIONS, KMOMOttCKS( SMALL WARES ot 4f

course would be the most his death made her home Welfare. -

practical to persue.In | in Jacksonville where she reared Conway said that some checks A total of 521 p
person.leionict I BASEBALLAll
and papers were recovered, but i
addition to Mr. Edwards local -, her family. Several years ago old age assistance to the amount

: property owners who are affecttd she came to make her home with some of them were damaged as Of 21704.50: 26 persons leteiverl I
the theives tore their
: by the legislation are: J. R. I her son and daughter-in-law Mr. envelopes Lid to the blind, totaling $1.270

Wainwright, 2200 acres; L. J. and Mrs. H. M. Richarde at the open in a search for cash. 169 families
The thieves have not been representing: tS6
RADIOAND Powell around 2,000 acres; A. J. State Farm. ap children received; aid to dependent
Thomas 960 acres; E. K. Ferryman She was a member of the First children in the.. amount of $9 !96 CAPS 25c

some: 500 acres; and Mrs. Baptist Church of Starke and took 50.
& Florence B.
I an active part in its affairs until June Magic Brings

TELEVISIONSales Some of the owners received $5 her health failed. She was a member Marriage IncreaseCupid Seniors Graduate

and.. $6 .per. acre for their property of the United Daughters of

,.. .. wnue L otner got as low as $3. I. the Confederacy and the Order of is working overtime in Tonight At StadiumBradford Sizes 1st Quality

A news release from Washing- the Eastern Star, Jacksonville. Ptarke now that the magic monthof I 49c
ton dated May 26, High's semoi.s will Reg.
that Rep. | Surviving are one daughter. June is upon us. Five applications -
and Service Bennett had conferred with Sen. graduate tonight (Friday ) at tht
;Mrs. Annie Richarde Norman I for marriage licenses have
Holland concerning the matter and [Jacksonville: two sons :Morgan been eranted this week by Coun- Memorial Stadium at 8 p.m The

224 N. Temple *ZiTiti Starke, Florida that a new bill, omitting the objectionable -i I Richarde. Raiford and Wm. M. tv Judee: Theron A. Yawn which graduates Arch Thomas will Jr.hear an address bv MENS SKIPDENT

clause would be vice-commander
--------- pre- Richarde, Detroit, Mich.: one sis- I l I shows promise of a bumper month of
pared at once and submitted to ,, American Legion
|ter. :Mrs. Lillie Matthews Edwards ,' for marital bliss.Applications 1:
Congress. I i Diplomas will be
piesented by

Sell It Rent h Trade It Cubs Hold Meeting I i I Starke.brother, Ft.Eugene Lauderdale S. :Matthews and one.!,I Kuhn.Archie both H. Kuhn of Starke were and requested Catherine: Olin Johns M.by awards H. P. will.Morgan of public be presented, county instructIOn.bv superintendent Principal and-- Skirts $1. O

At Gold Head Funeral services held in of Middle-
Park I were and Edith Morgan, both Charles S. Partin.

WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED i I the First Baptist Church Wednes- : burg: H. J. Waters, Bell, and Mrs. The invocation will be I
Seventy-five members and par- | day afternoon at 3 o'clock with Dorothy Ford, Starke; and Roy K. Rev. William given
i ents of Cub Scout Pack 70 enjoyed :' the pastor, Rev. L. D. Haines of-!Brannen, Lake Butler, and :Miriam McAliley, and ,

Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place!, a picnic and swimming party ficiating. Interment was in the I Lucille Hornsby, Starke: and Sam- ,music will be furnished b> the 1st Quality

20 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION . OcI I :at Gold Head Branch State Park |I'family plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery -'uel Gibbs. Hampton. and Blanche Band.Bradford High Glee Club and S Whites & Colors 1.39 1 Value

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c for the pack's last meeting of the with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Slocum. Starke (both colored).

rear. N. L. Dankel, pack master Home in charge of arrangements. I five marriage licenses were
ivas in charge of the meeting and Active pallbearers were H. H.'; granted during the entire monthof Cadet Jonathan Taylor We Exchange

Z5e ADDITION FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS hOT pun I:> AHVANCK ]presented awards ring the business !- 1 Houston, T. H. Slade. J. R. Chas- May. They were granted to. Given DAR AwardCadet ) We Refund

]! session.Billy teen Sr., J. C. Wallace, V. J. Jacky J. Hurb and Maxine :May,
Per Line
Dockstader was awarded Epperson Jr.. and E. L. Matthews. Randall Chitty and Joan Tenly Jonathan R Tayloi Jr D We Satisfy
I t he': Weblos badge the highest '' Gerald Williams and Joyce Thomas son of Mr. and Airs. J. R. TaylorSr.

I.donor awarded in Cub Scouts. i Bradford Hi-Y Club John Pierce and Elizabeth ., Route 1. Box 498, Starke.

[ POWER LAWN MOWER for rent Service stars were awarded as Crawford. and Thomas Albert and graduated this week from Georgia
i by the hour at Tiny's Service Station Holds Annual BanquetThe colored). :
J follows: : Larry Derrick, (1 Lillian Hawkins < Military College. Milledgeville. Ga.
Thomas Starke, Fla. I Temple Ave. tfchgREGISTER star), (.all St.Starke '
A. J. I p I
| I Mike Denton. (1 star, 1 arrow- Bradford High School Hi-Y Cadet Taylor was awarded the
1954-55 term of Kindergarten at lead I, Jimmy Malone (2 stars)I. i I Club held their annual banquet ,New County Voters DAR Outstanding Record in I ,
FQR SALE i my home Saturday. :\la9! and 1 tfat Dankel (1 star), John Adams I American History in College for f1a.
I June 5. Mrs. Clyde Priest, Teac''- j last Friday night at the BHS Urged To Register
montlrIn ((2 stars), Arthur having achieved high academic
rnltUalrd aad I Holliday, ((1
1_22: .C'n. er ltD 614 ;: cafeteria. After the meal served ;-' _. ,. __ _
-- -" .
Kitodll. ---' -- -.0.- o
pe4'*. trrrn. Imrrd. aadV star), Harold Seymour ((2 stars), showed that grades in his history classes I Jt"C; .. ,, .' .- -ii.r----.'
.. :2 wllf vf Mark* OL4 ItACS WANTED-Rest price -. :by the cafeteria staff. a committee Till'...- ,recent-p election ----- --- -- -- -y -- -- -

mllr Intra pied. ruad.bantai a I' paid for good clean cotton ra".. I and Bill Green (3 stars). ''of Jimmy Reddish, Paul Rivers. many persons in Bradford County I- -- ,.- ---
for $%.1ItI MtUU.fi Net khaki or wool. Telegraph I ---
Mike Shepard and Wiley Hodge I Eugene Tanner. Mike Clark and have not registered since the I I

-S.H arrnt of good.. farmlag; i! KOI: SALK-:21 inch model Motorola received the Bobcat award. Jim- Marion Harrington initiated new county-wide registration in Jan
vf !"..rl. H 'rumpated TV Take I
land, :3 uilra :, -t. up Ia'm..nt Dah- Smith.
Eugene Jones
road. Prirrd at p4O0 l mer'i- lift Shop Itchg I Jerry I members. uary. 1950. Too. there are many
ra..a "r Irrm*. WILL Garner. Jack McComb. and Wayne I Dr. Calvin J. Houpt, sponsor and newcomers and they should regis- PERFECT GIFTS FOR GRADUATES
SKLL you an attractive \i\\-i1 I'
I-' ..rJ .!<... luodrra t brdrvomdnrlllax 1 urban home with plenty of space were awarded Wolf badges. advisor of the club, gave the ad- ter if they wish to vote in the November :
la MarUr. *r 4Hi.lMduwa for garden and ,-hi<.'kens. All cun- Wavne Kinney, Larry Devrick. i dress. election- i
balaarr 9M.>M general
pa)mrat \enie\u-e: with terms you can af- Rill
prrPur IIWaIk | f..rdV. Ii. oilman, :201 \\V-t I Arthur Holliday Jr., New officers for the '5i-55: Supervisor of Registration. j
Madisnn 'Harold! Seymour, and John Adams I
lk.k.. aad uihrr barcaln 1tC't, tfchg year follow: Marian L. Crosby, will be at the ,
r'\ It'llo'tlit: $AlE-'ls airt's. al'Ilrlllumal..ly were I a.varded Bear badges. Mike i Charles Kirkland. president; courthouse. beginning June 7. to i| GIVE THEM AN
A. J. THOMAS 500 i Denton. Jimmy Malone. Leaton ,
I..aring Rerantrces Townsend Strickland, vice president -, take rare of all persons desirins,
ideal curing fur ".\1 i I. i Matthews. Dale Popham, and Bill 1
HK\L OTATB DEALER I-1gut. and num..ruu" "(her hUlhl ; Edwin Johns, secretary; to regISter. change their names on &teJ&
::itStare. I Ca..h Green were awarded Lion badges.
Telfphone ; ing price $6.500 or $7.mn
:u4 Triuplre.. Florida : $2.500; cash, balance contract Tu : Kenneth Elder, sergeant-at-arms: the books, or move their registration c \

.-.,-.. rail Bobbv treasurer Jan to another.No .;
...... 1"1'1-. K.-t<'ti Joid.tnor Ferguson: : from one precinct ;

I.. .ST-Itr.iwn billfold V. nh lalh-r* write PO Box 571. Itrj :, Fire Department !iMundorff. historian: L. A. :Mott.: change can bf made in party! FOUNTAIN PEN

.uul hr.'k given b) rrudiuriUrkrt I j Kl'i: KENT-Three bedroom dvveli- |Answers May CallsThe chaplain. affiliation by any registered per- '
Upturn to l..tmat' Shaw. 1 ing, nice location in Suirke' interior after the eeneraplee"\ WITH THE POINT
K.I145: ur I'lumtr.V: _Ul'. recently redone ;3 avirir ele, son.
MT\icr. and ga,. uvailablc. Ptarke Fire Department Two Starke Firemen tion in accordance with state law.
Xu-f- building lot.. I I Kent.$50 month YOU KNOW
Hii: SALK- per prefer adult-- 'answered: nine calls this
milt- from Starke ('iIy LimitNr :- >'" only Call UIoI ask for :Mrs Howe. i
Blanding. High,.,a> Pru.-i I'I _Itchui j according to Fire Chief D. W.Carpenter. Attend Fire College ,William W. Page Eslerbrook THEY'RE SURE f J
tMMtnabir. 'a.h..r l rm> i .
The largest fire
..I n |>ropt>rt) Inquire blurk hou.ent.ii i i FOK KENT llreen and ripe tiuna- i was 1 c. W. Pickett. assistant Starke TO LIKE
JacksonvilleWm. I
,Mgn llaiir) Williams. I toe.lor canning W C Conner, i, the half-million dollar tung oil Dies In II
6,12 Rt :2. Box ,fire chief, and J. R. Mott will attend I
__ tp I 1X2._:2ti H 11 i plant which was destroyed in Pen and Pencil Sets ca
I 30-hour courses at the Ocala %V. Page. 73 died suddenl ,
.--i. ''''/;--one l\);il OMl': Pickup WANTKDVA1TUKSS over :21 yearold. Brooker May 5. The plant was
Truru with tattle bod) also ': A)1>1\ t'elnan Club_lip I owned Southern ':Fire College next week. The Mar 21 at his home in Jackson- i ,,
by Oil and Chemical
hca2-"' hrrl trailer will b. Mild courses begin Monday and end .
.it a 1"lh'lI at the Starke Stale :MAiL SOI.U'ITlIR-Amh."u.. man :2' j Co. Inc. II ville.He 5.15 MI
Kumer !II.HIIund.t; : ). June T. to 40 high school gradual good The department answered callsto Frida" is survived by his wife. Mrs. .
|I' in. Trtdford Chapter FFA ltp| references to build rural circula- I i Pickett will take a course in Marie Page: five sons. Wm. Page. !
lion for Florida Tim"'nion.I fight five grass fires. The U i
RADIOS REPAIRED j Salar '. car .all.wan.... and evpenses. I largest grass fire raged for dayson fire department administrationwhich i Lake City: Harby. Marion, andEdgar I Includes Tax
| Write H I. Young. P. 0 is designed especially for Jacksonville: and
....... Page,
All All MadtURraioaaltlr h/b
Box 9S I. 1-ike City or call 220-W the Keystone Road and the de- ir
rharcra KiiaraatredCHA9. chief officers. Mott will take daughters.Mrs. .
Lake Cit) Up oartment was called out three a Don Pase.: Starke: two UI is.,

W. Tall "C.t. SHKPHERUTM tarfc. Pa. gMLKT ,I j Bourse in pump operations for fire Eloise Ballard. Lebanon. Ind.. \
"Io'on I SALK-Six room house on two i iI seperate times to protect build- '
.... I acres $5.750; cash or small down I I department engineers. 'and Mrs. Dorothy Bigger Quan- I'
roTHKlHK 'IoIU"G: ,
with baJance I
payment like rent. ings.The Va.Funeral.
"' BlTlftli, IN i :Mrs Joice T Futch. LawI.Itp department also put out afire 'I I tico. I
LAKK I.OUII.OOSl senices were held Mav pOP U L A I
that occured in the engine of Two Starke Men : I II Point *>.k. to _Ida Li.vw
Black Baiw. o..I.IC'd Prrrh. SkrllCrarkrn FOK \I.t---.od: used maple Ii'ingI I I 'I 25 in Seashole Funeral Parlors. y kicd at imUnfod
rtlMK. Blyr TO Glib I room suite and dinette set Also !a county truck in front of Alvarez '.Called, To Service Jacksonville with burial in Gaines- I ,. II Qg S .. ry: mUnf job. J
\ORMiVS n.BIondI' coffee table Veryiheap Service Station and it put out'two UtlttOOIl. chot. the right pant
"C Hair E.ertbiag Fur TheFUarrman I Koy Roddy.. 1 block West I ville. II I FOUNTAIN PIN for UM mtj they: imU.Complete.

If/fagtmw. ,. One oil heater fire was in Dr. ;I; Creiehton Parker. and Alfred I DISK SIT
Op..OHTI'\I1Ito ,
I W\\TF.U i Colson's office on Call Street. j i Griffin colored, have been called Later-Day Saints
o euoM. JR. WANTED TO IH'Y-An establi.-t.ed The fire had its first
HIMILE lOFKCATTLK business in downtown Starke Details department I I for induction into service on June Hold State ConferenceThe I "b
AND noes nfulentlal Iii\.. asking I) June call on Tuesday when a pot ,' 9, 1954. by Local: Board 13. of the

Oak- Hack SALESLU "'ed.e.ay- of P'ice ss-ntk liabilities and ''''''' i, of beans caught on fire at Van's(jI i I Selective Service SYstem. ; Church of Jesus Christ of: o
operation first
in letter Write I /
.1..11. F-arfc. Friday J. C. Adamsnn. General Delner, Cafe. : Physical f.'xaminationsill begiven LatterDaSaints will hold its -

}'ult RENT-Furnish'd apartment. C.ainesville. Fla. lip |, I I on June 10. to 19 men for i iI quarterly State Conference. Sunday I UIncludes

.ne bedroom and glassed-in sleeping FOR KENT-Five Boy Scouts Clear I Inossible I service in the Armed June 6, 10 a.m. at theWomen's
room unfurnished
porch. large living room.kitchen i'
and dinnette 434 South house. Call S9. lip Forces. i Club on Riverside Ave..I
I For SummerTroop i
$t. or appl at Tuck's Auto Cafe. Campsite Jacksonville. All services Pen Shown
Ifi SALESMAN WANTED:: Openingnow I i inl I Tax
in 'ni..n County for profitable i TO. Boy Scouts went on Red Cross Seeks Starke will be omitted next .
} 'K 1U-XT-Io'I"p room bungalow.just I Home Service Business with
redecorated Ruill-m cabin I well known Ilawleigh Product;.. their monthly camping trip last I Volunteer Typist I 3.35 Complete 2.58
ets. shower screened porch car I, See Mrs. Lillian Dunn. Hoi 25. weekend to their campsite near Students Can Change
port and big back yard fenced"ery I I Gainestiile. Fla f>r write. Raw- I
\ desirable location.; Phone I Irijfh Dept FAF-270-45: Mem- Hawthorne. under the leadership Mrs Marguerite Hall: e.ecutiYei'lecretarv School SchedulesPrincipal Tax Included
13;. ItchgFOK { phis. Tenn I
Hp 6/25 j The
I I of Harry Green scoutmaster. ;;; of the American Red

ItENT-'abins. shower. Innuire i (' C( n":1) HVM> i iOINTRV I troop worked around their site, !!:i I Cross said that the Red Cross Charles Partin and 1
'. I
Fre<' Cafe. tfchg I STIKKK FOR SALE 1CF. "0. tf I clearing it for their summer encampment I i(needs volunteer typist for one Asst. Principal Larry Gibson will :!

Fun SALE-1 davenport and chair I, j i j afternoon each week. The afternoon be working on the schedules of

back 1 utility of Sleepy trailer Hollow P E:MoM Onffis.: Itpt.'F } FOR KENT-Two bedroom furnishj j II Members of the troop also at- ,I should be either Monday, : classes during the summer months. I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Jed apartment. Apply (Cha Shep- tended the Court of Honor at Wednesday, or Friday. Students who wish to make any
herd.Radio '
I and TV Itchg I I II
,; FAT VHI'Ntl HEVS S' e''b
i Gainesville. when several scouts S:
while the last Miss Kate Strut*> I 1 i Any person interested can get : changes in their schedules are

I'o FOR KENT-Large unfurnished { received badges. Others would in touch with Mrs. Hall at 74-W urged to see either Partin or Gib-
| hou e. 5 room and hath large ,
have attended but there was not during working hours or at 257-W son before school begins in Sep-
FOR RF.ST-fT"f'"rni"le4 house Tn- yard Applt( "I! S.' W.iter St .r
quu-e at Bus Station. tf all J"" J Itp enough transportation. after 4pm. tember 'I.

j I t__