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: January 29, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I FLORIDA DRIVER EDUCATION i i The wail of the fire siren .. A sanity hearing, scheduled for

DRIVING CONTEST :. a big blast of the city light Thursday, Feb. 11, will determine Street '-

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FEB. 9TH. TAMPA' FAIR ; plant whistle next Monday night whether 15-year-old ?"- < --' -- "

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chairman of the asylum.
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march. has recruited mothers all I Circuit Judge G. L. Patten who f _
ver the county for this important: ordered the hearing, said that a } 1 s

drive The mothers will call on court-appointed psychiatrist who oo r

homes between the hours of 7 andS examined Hansen last month will

o'clock Monday night for tha present his testimony in the _

purpose of collecting contributions ence of the state attorney and at-\\

I to the current March of Dimes torneys for Hansen.If t LITTLE BY LITTLE Call Street changes.: Not so noticeable to those

campaign. the Hansen youth is adjudged 1 .- who see it every day, but a big surprise for those who are away a
June Ro mary Conner, daughter PRETTY JUNE CONNER
Benedict Finzer, chairman of the insane, Patten said, he cannot! & t year or so and then<< come back and view the changes all at once
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Connerof poses with Pontiac auto she I ,
Staike, is "all excited" over may win at State Fair.-Photo Bradford County :March of Dimes, stand trial and will be committed .- AT LEFT: One of the few remaining oak trees on the courthouse

has requested that everyone, who to the asylum. If he is found to grounds is cut down "to rid the birds." Consternation
being selected as one of the three by Red Kerce. by city crew get 01 -
winners at the district eliminationsof possibly can be at home duringthe be sane, Hansen will go on trial among tree-lovers quickly died down but not until after court-
I I expect to win or did it come as a mothers' drive and contributeas for the murder of his mother Mrs.
contest in
a statewide driving house officials had received some 20 or more indignant phone calls
Tallahassee last Saturday.The surprise to her was the next ques- much as possible. Jessie Hansen, last September.A Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the Telegraph wanting to know "ulaD d wherefore
tion put to the attractive Soph- Preceding the Mothers March, Bradford County grand jury
14-year-old Bradford High ABOVE: Southwest corner of Call Iud Walnut intersection will be
more. "Well sort of in between the big March of Dimes BirthdayBall last November charged Hansen DISGRUNTLED BIRDS moved in- ;
student competed with contestants ," was her reply. will be held Saturday nightin with first degree murder. He has to nearby palms when city cut rounded off to make room for 301 widening. Gaping hole in building

from schools all over North and June said that in .preparation the U. S. O. Tickets for this been confined in the county jail down their oak tree home last is where Dr. J. W. Brownlee was drilling teeth a few days ago. Building

Northeast Florida, and. now that for the big event in February she affair are $2 per couple, and Fin I I since the alleged knife stabbing of week will be rounded off to match street.
she has passed the first hurdle,
planned some practice sessions zer says that even if you can't I i his mother in September.
she is eligible to compete in the
with Harold Hazelwood, instructor dance, your purchase of a ticket
finals at the Florida State Fair in I
of the driver education course in will aid greatly in the drive. Odham Due Here
Tampa, Feb 89.
which she is enrolled. This week winds up the Marchof Says He'llValk
Benny AgainSixyearold
Twelve district winners will com- What does she think of women Dimes campaign, and Finzer

pete in the Tampa finals, and the drivers? "I think they are aboutas urges everyone:to do his part and Friday Morning

winner will drive home a brand good as men drivers," she an- :help attain the $3.000 goal which i Benny Finzer. in And When This Plucky Little Tow-Head swim at the beach during the
new 19M Pontiac, given by Florida Odham candidate for I
swered. set this Brailey ,
"But" she hastened to has been for year. I can't run and play like other chil- summer. He also likes to go for
Pontiac dealers. The contest add, "they don't drive as much as He said the merchants were doing Governor, will be in Starke this dren. He can sit up only four Says It's So, You Have To Believe It, Too rides in the family station wagon
il sponsored by the Florida High- men." a fine job in contributing twiceas morning (Friday) from 1045 to
hours and he has to wear
I a day Every four months Benny is
way Patrol. winner' did last 11:45 a.m., according to his pub- .
There was one other girl much as they year. long leg braces and a corset. I taken to Warm Springs for a

When asked, via the telephone, among the district winners Satur- lished schedule. No further an- ,put despite all this Benny is a Check-up. These periodic checks
how she felt about the nouncement of plans for his visit t
winning day. This proves that at least declares
cheerful lad and stoutly will continue for the next 10
district eliminations, Jane said two women drivers in the state Guardsmen Hot here was made. that someday he is going to walk } x.ws years. Thus far, Benny has re-
the waa "ell excited". Did she art,0. K. He will come here from Lake
again.You covered the use of an parts of his
Butler, and plans to be in Key
see, back In August of body with the exception of his
Early Berries BHS Faculty I WithlreeWinsThe\ stone Heights at noon. 19&2.' while living with his parents I legs. Mr. Finzer says corrective

in Louisville, Benny contractedboth surgery may have to be performed
To Play StudentsIn Mrs. Hughes Victim \ 'bulbar and spinal polio. He I before he can walk again.
National Guardsmenwill
Get PricesTwentyfour Starke Of Auto CollisionIn was in a Louisville hospital from Benny's daddy was chosen to
DoubleheaderGet go against an independent Aug. 24, 1952,';'til Jan. 21, 1953. head the Bradford County Marchof
team from Ocala Saturday
rue Jacksonville During that time Benny spent Dimes this year, and no more
night in the armory. Thursday about three months in an iron lung appropriate person could have
crates and 21 pinta out that rubbing liniment. the Lake City
they Funeral held Sun-
night played services were
strawberries have found their : and. the only part pf hig body he been selected for the job. Mr.
of It'll be needed on the night ofThVrsdayjF,4 but the outcomewas '"
at 4 o'clock' for
Forestry fay: ;fl nwo3 ,
was able to'move was three Fairer has first-hand knowledgeof
way (q th\SUte Farmers} Market \: ; ;?:pn that nigh not known at press time..' !Irs. Snada Crawford Hughes, 48:
fingers on one hand. what polio can do to a chad
bhp sine >)?I opened w a small the BHS faculty members will The Guardsmen are riding alongto of Jacksonville, who died early I I
Upon being released from the I and the expense involved for treatments -
way Friday meet the Future Business Leadersof date on three victories and no Monday morning as a result of Injuries ,
First grower to offer berriesat BHS on the basketball court..at defeats.astSaturday. night they received in. an. automobile taken Lo'Ssville.' hospital, Springs"was j I,
to Warm Ga.. I Over $10.000 has been spent on
the local platform this season the Armory ih a fun-fer-all doubleheader whipned'the L Leesburg Guardsmen n accident Sunday afternoon.
was O. C. Cason, who brought in basketball where he stayed until the first of'. Benny thus far, and Mr. Finzer
game. .8-30 in tight defensive game The accident at
occurred Liberty
four crates last Friday. Second Game time is 7:30 pjn. and ad- there. Jack a Eaves former BHS I and State Streets in Jacksonville the following April. I.I rr says that he has had to ask for
inline was Bill Cain of Graham. Benny's mother, Virginia Finzer I very little help from the National
mission is 25 cents for studentsand with 14
star, was high scorer and was the first traffic fatalityof
This early fruit brought prices I remained with him during his I Foundation Fortunately, he had
50 cents for adults.
points, and Corky Jones was sec 1954 in Jacksonville, according
ranging from $9 to $10.25 per stay at Warm Springs, and there I insurance policies to cover a good
There will be both a men'sgame ond with 10. tc police recorda.In'estigating I
crate. she was taught to give Benny the bit of the expenses, and his family
and a "girls'1game.. The I Theteam is composed of many officials said that
With warmer weather prevailing physio therapy treatments he requires f has helped.]
student team will be composed of I former BHS players: Jack Eaves Mrs. Hughes was driving north on I
to daily. I "A lot of people don't realize
this week, volume is expected
members of Future .Business George Winkler, Jimmy Rowe, Liberty Street when her car collided
take a decided jump at the market Leaders, a club for students Frank Dryden, Connie Clark, and with an eastbound pickup When the Warm Springs stay
I combat-
ended the doctor told Benny's
taging commercial courses.II Richard Crosby are former Brad- truck being driven the wrong wayon
father, Benedict Finzer, Jr., thatit said. "If we had just one case
fordites. Corky Jones, coach at a oneway'street by James The Benedict Finzers -- Junior and Senior.
and team rosters will be
Captains would be a good idea to take Of polio in Bradford County as
Clay Electric announced at a later date. 'I I Lawtey is the playing manager of Ellis, 43 of 859 lona St.. Jackson- Benny down to Florida to live. Senior is Chairman of March of Dimes. serious as Benny's," he continued,

Reelects Board i the team, and Jim Hurst, baseball ville. Ellis has been charged with So the latter part of April, 1953, Junior's the reason why. "our 1954 goal of $3,000 would
manslaughter, police reported.A .
: coach at BHS, rounds out the the Finzers moved to Starke, ,, pay for about..one-third of the
At Big Meeting A. L. Green Oilers native of Starke. Mrs. Hugheswas Most of Benny's waking hours takes an hour. The remainder
where Mr. Finzer is employed as !I treatment for that one case.**
squad. the daughter of the late are spent in bed. He is allowed of the day Benny entertains himself -
All directors and officers of the I Jones is anxious to contact other office manager at the Big Dad /.'I with and drawing. So. with personal knowledge of
For School Board :Thomas A. and Sidney Raulerson to sit up only lours hours a day. painting
Inc. Manufacturing Co. plant. I the ravages of polio, Finer is
day Electric Co-oporatlve, independent teams to play, and Crawford. She moved to Jackson- He sits up an hour at each meal- ,' lie has to take a nap every after-
re-elected at the annualmeeting And therein lies an angle that nutting his utmost into his job as
were ville in 1927 and was co-owner time, and in the afternoon is upaga:1 noon.A .
that the I
held at Keystone Heights A. L. Grren of Brooker chair- hopes Florida promoters may be over chairman of the Bradford County
and operator of the Hughes Motor for an hour while a teacher parakeet is Benny's only petHe
on Jan: 21. Attendance at the I man of the Board of School come out and enjoy the games. looking. Mr. Finzer says the March of Dimes.
Court on Phillips Highway. She from Bradford High School tutors wants a pedigreed wire haired
was reported to he Game time is 8 and admission Florida sunshine has done wondersfor And when Benny Finer m: ,
meeting p.m.
afl-day has announced that
.vas past president of the Ladies terrier, but :Mr. Finzer says they
be the largest in the history of I will be a candidate for School prices are 25 cents for adults and,I Auxiliary of the Veterans of Benny. When they moved him.Benny's day begins with therapeutic just haven't been able to find room who cheerful has lad remained a brave and
the down here, the boy weighed only throughout it all, says
co-op. member from the Brooker ten cents for children. Foreign Wars, Post 1689, and treatment in the bath tub,
Eoard another
yet. .
Principal speaker at the event 25'pounds.. Today he weighs a I pet | ;that he is going to walk again ,,
charter member of Cootiette
was Rep. Doyle E. Conner of district. I' was a healthy 45.George. administered by his mother. This Eenny enjoys an occasional believe him. We do.
OATTLEM1LVS :MKETINOi Club 81.Surviving.
Starke who praised the rural In making his announcement, i i

electrification program and all I Mr. Green said: "I have served on Members of the Bradford Coun-I' V'ern M. Hughes are; two her sisters husband, Mrs, AndersonFuiieralFriday !Mrs. Carlton I Funeral SundayFor St. Mark's Church

that it has meant to rural areas. .he Board of Trustees for several ty Cattlemen's Association will i Ollie Lewis, Starke, and Mrs. C. Will Not Seek

R. R. Andrews of New River years and: I am interested in the meet in the Lions Den here tonight i: K. Baxley, Jacksonville; and seven Mrs. Waters
director School Board Seat
was from this re-elected district as the "''''f\"Te'l'l our schools are making. (Friday at 7:30 o'clock. brothers, E. Lawton Crawford i{ Becomes ParishAt
Lonnie L. Crawford, Zary Crawford -
Mrs. Hazel (Crosby) Carlton Mrs Inez Tompkins Waters, ,
and T. C. Crawford, all of announced this week that she will died Wednesday night in St. Vin-

Lord Bruno Wins Canine Ph.D.) Starke, James M. Crawford ot George Arch Anderson 60 died not be a candidate for reelectionas cent's Hospital, Jacksonville after1 the annual Dioscean Council

Aiken, S. C., and Wm. B. Craw- at his home here late Wednesday School Board member from the ?n lness of several months. of the Episcopal Church of the

Ai.: i ford and Odom M. Crawford afternoon after a long illness. Brooker district I Surviving are her husband Wm.H. Diocese of Florida, held in Pensa-

R Tacksonville. Born in Cedartown, Ga., Aug. Mrs. Carlton was appointed to Waters: two sons, J. C. Mack, cola this week, St Mark's Churchof

Funeral services were held Tues- 22, 1893, he was the son of the fill out the unexpired term of her and Wm. H. Waters, Jr., and an Starke was admitted to union

lay afternoon in the Seashole late George V. and Emma Lyle late husband, Hugh B. Crosby. I'Infant daughter. Herdia Elisabeth with the Council as a parish.

Major Funeral Parlors, Jacksonville, Anderson He came to Starke in I Waters: her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Ever since its establishment in

with Elder Sam Crews officiating, 1912 and for a number of years C of C Helpers Tompkins, Starke; a brother, Starke prior to 1900, St Mark's

's assisted V Elder L. H. Crawfordand operated a garage in partnershipwith I William Tompkins, Baltimore Md.; has existed as a. mission, primarily

Elder Arson Hodges. his brother. In recent years Register MondayMrs. I and three sisters Miss Sula Tomp- because it had never been self-

Active pallbearers were nephews .be had been employed as a mechanic kins. Starke. Mrs. Lucille Temp- supporting.This .
Boxer of Mrs. Hughes: Thomas Aron by the Florida National I A. F. Sauls will be in the I erano, Jacksonville and Mrs. Daisy year however, under the

Crawford Donnie Hugh Crawford, Guard at Camp Blanding. He Chamber of Commerce office Mon Smiley of California.Mrs. guidance of the Rev. Raymond E.acBlain. .

Wins Harold Crawford, Gerald Crawford was a veteran of World War I and I day to register volunteers to help Waters was born in Starkeon and with the coopera-

Thomas E. Lewis, and Elmer a member of the American Legion.l I keep the office open while the I Sept 4. 1910. She was a mem- :tion of all its members, St Mark'

Unique z' : ; '. Lewis. Surviving are his wife, Eva Ep secretary, Mrs. Marian Howe, is I ber of the Baptist Church. 'was in a position to report to the

person Anderson; three brothers, I at the Tampa Fair with the Brad- Funeral services will bs held I Council that it would be aelf- utI -

AwardIn 3 Power Line Short Claude B. Anderson, Jacksonville, ford County exhibit. Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock with I ficient hereafte.r.As .

7- and Albert W. and J. L. (Sam) I! All persons interested In helping Rev. L. D. Haines officiating. a result of thin progress, a

Jax iShow' Causes AlarmA Anderson, both of Starke; and five I are asked to register this time. Burial will be in Crosby Lake I petition for elevation to the statusof J

i sisters, Miss Mayme Anderson! Cemetery under the direction of a parish was presented to the
shorted line in theI /
power and Mrs. Pauline Stone, both of TJeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Council, and on Wednesday: Jan.
I of store Wednes-
vicinity Starling's
Archer; Mrs. Paul Etheredge, Hat To M.C.Birthday 27. by unanimous vote of the
resulted in
morning a
Jacksonville; Mrs. Lelia A. Reed. Masonic Meeting Council St Mark's officially be-
alarm which the Starke fire department -
# i answered. I Tarpon Springs; and Mrs. E. M !' BallNat Held MondayBradford came a parish.Representatives.
Davis Starke. !
of St.
Other than the burned wire,
rx.a. there was no damage done. City ; Funeral services will be held' Steinberg who promotedthe Lodge No. 35 F. & attending the CouncH In Pensa-
JJ4 this afternoon (Friday) at 3:30: cola were Rev. .1aCBlain.
4:1r here ; Mrs. I
workmen were on hand immediately first Birthday Bail A.f. held their regular bi-monthly.

1 ...._ .,... ...., ,. :"'----....- to repair the wire. o'clock in the L. D.First Haines Baptist officiating Church'i i I more than 20 yean ago, win re- meeting Monday night at which Cora Quattlebaum J. M. Sistrunk
with Rev. turn to Starke to eccee this time Robert Barksdale, Worship James Blackshear,.John H. Powell

Lord Bruno von Helm the first different judges, and also more Sunday with 196 1-2 in the Jacksonville i Three To Be CalledIn assisted by Rev. W. S McAliley. :, annual event in the USO Saturday J I ful Master, installed William Haas and Kenneth Grider. ;

dog in Florida and possibly the ;than 50 per cent in each seven All-Breed Show. and Pallbearers will be Harry M. nightSteinberg as treasurer.

Southeast to achieve the title of utility tests including scent discrimination .second place with 1S6 Ithe Feb. InductionLocal Hatcher, Maurice Wingate, J. C.j now a reaid8-of CharleaFields presided ovr ,the Lions Induct
lest articles, Orlando show last Friday. He Stephens Willie Green, ClarenceR.
finding Daytona Beach served M chairman FeDowcraft Lodge. with CharlieDert'n :
UJX (Utility Dog) is pictured : "urnping in direction ordered I Ii ;has competed in shows in Orlando, Board No. 18 Selective Scoggins, and Avery Baxley. of the polio fnnd-raUing and Joseph B. Williams of New MembersA

above being put through his i working on signals only, and 1 Miami. West Palm Beach Holly Service System has announced a balls for several years before Bradford Lodge, and Clifford Rayof

paces at the Jacksonville dog I standing perfectly still in a groupof wood and other Florida cities. February induction call of three Saxon Is Named retiring from bosineu here and Waldo Lodge being passed to

show"by his owner, Maj. Harry M. dogs while being judged. Maj. Hatcher began obedience Starke mel.Slated moving from Starke. The first the degree of Fellowcrafts. Ladies Night program was
On his way to the top Bruno work as a hobby in 1949 and since to answer the call on Feb. Acting Gov. Charley E. Johns enjoyed by the Starke Lions and
of Blinding. baD was held daring the Roosevelt Visiting brothers were Hugh .
Hatcher Camp :had first to earn the degree of that time has conducted classesin 2 are: Kenneth Clyde Johns has appointed H. Vivian Saxon of admmistntioE. Griffin and W. C. Dees of Waldo Lionesses Wednesday night Guests

The handsome boxer attainedthe CD. (Companion Dog) and CDX Jacksonville and Gainesville Starke; Raymond William Walker Pompano Beach (formerly of Local talent will be featuredon Lodg and J. B. McMcllcn of included International Counselor

coveted degree at Saturday'strials (Companion Dog Excellent). UD.. Bruno was whelped April 16. Starke. a volunteer; and Edgar Hampton) to succeed the late S. the floor show at the dance I Madison Lodge. Tony Reeves of Gainesville and

Jacksonville Beach, sponsored the ultimate degree, is consideredthe I 1945 and sired Ch. Miri- member of the Bro- I H:
at was by Hoyt Dukes Rt. 2, Starke Yolnn- C. Fox as a which' will begin at 9 o'clock. I. There wBI be a practice meeting Roy Browning, president of the
by the K-9 Obedience Club. PhD in dog obedience. I taire's Modem Model and his dam. Commission. Mr.
al teer. ward County Admission U $2 per couple and FrMav nIght, Jan. 29, at 7:30 p.m. Lions Club c{ Keystone Heights. ,
of Jacksonville. To become Bruno took first place in the I Lady Dinah Bismark. He received
i Four men"have been called for Saxon was at one time a memberof profits go to the March of AH Master Masons are Invited. Lion Reeves inducted ,three new
UJ>, a dog must obtain a minimum Jacksonville Beach show Saturdaywith I I his first degree in obedience work,
score of 170 out of a perfect 195 1-2 points out of a possible -I an Jan. :21! 1951. and his second. an Armed Forces physical exami- the Board of County Commissioners Dimes. The next regular W-nymtWy. members at. this time: M G. McMillan .

200 at three trials under three 200. He took second place l degree of CDX on Jan. 21, 1951. nation on Feb. 4. of Bradford County. me'tinViiI be held> Feb. 8. i Jim Hurst and Pat 1UUer.f .

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BRADFORDCOUNTY lough visited with relatives on
Saturday and Sunday. Audrey

TELEGRAPHOLDEST VIEWPOINT PUBLISHER EDITOR Mrs. Wm. W. Hammondi1lWALLLLUAJ.JWWIU Raley Ruth the Perry.Brooker spent the Avey Baptist weekend Williams Church wentto with last WOW LOOK AT THESE VALUES !

Friday night
PUBLISHED Personalities
FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and Eighth

-and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under children, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nancy Beidler is the daughter I
Published every Friday Keyes, and daughter were in Cocoa of Mr. and Mrs. John Beidler. She
the Aet of March S, 1879. Sunday. was born in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania -
and until attended :::::
MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION :Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown and ::::::::
MEMBER FLORIDA school in Kitzingen. Germany ===
son and Mrs. T. F. Brown were in
Palatka where her father was stationed. -
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.Brown -
PLEASE LET THE FIRE TRUCKS BY, BOYS and son were in Earleton Nancy, her parents and a sister ;:-:;::-::::
Beach on Sunday. are now living on Silver Lake. SheIs -

Following a call to a house fire on the hill in the Reno section Sunday night, Fire Chief Mrs. Bruce Roark is working inches five tall feet and seven weighs and 129 one-half pounds.She .

D. W. Carpenter let loose with another verbal blast at fire truck chasers and thrill seekers. again in Thomas RestaurantMrs. is a member of the Catholic Neo srolttf

Except for the frayed nerves of the veteran fire chief, no damage was caused by the H. E. McGee and baby son, Church which she attends regularly. -
H. E., Jr., home from
came the
She dislikes floors /IIIIII"-
of the house had
which consisted of a heater out of control. Occupants Negro
Reno fire, Alachua Hospital at Gainesville.
and is fond of horses. She plansto
the presence of mind to take the heater outside the house where it could do no damage. I Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore of I be a school teacher when she is Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat., Jan 30

Not knowing the specific location of the fire and unableto Archer visited their aunt Mrs. T. : grown. _: ,.,._< -= o""x ....,.__ ,_. ,

see a blaze, the firemen turned on the wrong street in F. Brown on Sunday.Mr. I Elizabeth Taylor, one of our
Challenge. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and
Reno. By the time they got on the right street, that street .children were in Jacksonville seventh grade girls, has been out
with the automobiles of "volunteer" fire- of school for several days after
One statement made by Dean was so congested Saturday.
William T. Arnett at the recent men, the fire truck had difficulty getting through. Twice. Walden Wadsworth and Bruce having a tonsillectomy. We shall

meeting here to discuss Chief Carpenter said they had to stop and have cars movedout Roark attended the General Mot- school be glad with when us.she can be back in COFFEE LB Can 83CSWIFT'S

ways and means to start on a of the street so the truck could pass on by. ors Parade of Progress in Gainesville
Davis visited in
city planning; program Sunday aft'-noon. J
stuck with us. It was this: The Chief said that it is difficult at best to maneuver the Mrs. T. J. AHerman and Mrs. last weekend.

"I believe that the citizensof big fire trucks along the narrow unpaved streets of that sec- ..Wm. Hammond attended the an-

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kind of community they really car the truck is apt to slide down into the ditch. Keystone Thursday.Miss .
want. They can hare any kind Earlene Nazworth was a BAYLESS HIWAY\
The Telegraph suggested that perhaps all these
of community that they wantto persons recent overnight guest of her sis-
work for to fight for, to who persisted in being first on the scene at fires could be ter, Mrs. Charlie Alvarez and fam- by Sirs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Lb Tin
pay for." enlisted as genuine volunteer firemen and be trained as such. ily, near Starke. i JEWEL SHORTENING ,3 69C

No truer words were ever "No, they wouldn't do anything like that," was the chief's Mrs. Jessie Chastain.. Mrs. T. F. I

spoken. vehement reply to that suggestion. "They just want to I Brown, Mrs. Minnie Marcionny Revival Begins i
There is no question about stand around and watch. Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Mrs. Eva Revival begins at Bayless Hi-
what kind of community we Nazworth and Mrs. Wm. Ham- Limit 6 with order
I way Monday, Feb. 1. at 7:30, Rev.E. ( $5 or more )
want. We want a well planned With three deaths already caused by Reno shanty fires mond attended the County Council C. Harvey of Highland will be

economically sound, wen-governed this winter, the seriousness of the problem can hardly be of Home Demonstration Clubsat the evangelist. There will be special Standard No 303 4flC
God-fearing, clean and overestimated. The very least the public can do in a case Lawtey Tuesday. music from time to time. TOMATOES 2

eye-appealing community. But like this is to help maintain a clear road for the fire truck.A School News Everyone is invited to attend this
far too often we merely WANT. few seconds' delay might sometime. mean the difference Rev. McAliley of the Starke Revival and bring a car load with I ,
test Is whether we I
The Presbyterian Church conducted a
between saving or losing a life.
want it enough to be willing chapel program in our school last you.The DONALD DUCK
folks at Bayless Hiway are
work font fight for it Wednesday at 9:00: a.m. The stu-
holding cottage prayer meetingsthis
pay for it. Five Cents Still Coffee Here dent body, teachers and visitors week. The first meeting was Quart
made Buys
The start that has joined in singing "America, the held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. MAYONNAISE 49C
here toward a planned programfor "
Beautiful. Raymond Moody led
is evidence, O. E. Crosby Monday night with
future growth I
citizens of Causing more concern and agitation than the prospects of the flag salute after which the 30 attending. Rev. Martin broke
Eighth Grade Glee Club "For
and willing World War III of late, has been the soaring prices of the sang the group down into prayer teams "
Starke ready -'
are into the Beauty of the Earth. Mrs. and we are going into various -:: ]t-;::: .. -=' .. : :: :': ..::... _"" :
to translate their wants magic coffee bean and the possible. extinction of the 5-cent Perkins introduced Rev. McAlileywho homes the rest of the week. The

action. demonstrated "cupacawfee" took for his text "Keep thy last meeting will be Friday night. j Del Monte NEW
This has been heart with all diligence for out oft Everyone is prayirg for a great
In the past when, after World Newspapers have headlined this possible catastrophe, are the issues of life." His in- ,Revival

War itself n become, Starke a refused"ghost to town"let letters have poured in to congressmen congressmen have ,spiring. Other talk ministers was greatly will hold appreciated. chapel -- Personal Items PINEAPPLE JUICE NO-RINSE SURF

and literally pulled itself up by made statements, and even threatened investigations. Sena- programs in our school duringthe Mr. an* Mrs. Freddie Watt rson

Its own bootstraps. Small in- tor Smathers has switched from Java to orange juice, and remainder of the school year. and Mrs. Louise Ward attendedthe .

dustries were brought here Senator Aiken is off the coffee wagon, onto the milk wagon. Our Sara Forst camellia is still Silver afternoon Tea at honoring Gainesville Mr.Sun and 46- Or. Can ffC
not by wishful thinking,but by day Ige pkgs
covered with beautiful blos-
hard work and untiring effort Expert economists' have devoted column upon column ofadvice soms. Mr. Bedenbaugh pink has again Mrs. George Rape. The occasion 29C 2

This same enthusiasm, that on how to forestall the "caffein famine", which may fertilized the azaleas and both the being their 25th wedding anniver-

kept the town from "going result from a supposedly Brazilian shortage, caused by frost President Clay and Formosa are sary.A. ', ._.
back" after World War n con beginning to bloom. large crowd of folks from I -<: .'- ::' ';;' : :' !'.- i:
": -
order- nipping the coffee bean last year. I attended the Revival at
now be rallied to plan an The eighth grade has begun the here
ly growth for the future. "Buyer resistance" will bring the price of coffee back to I First Aid Course under the instruction i Brooker last Thursday nightMr. "",, ;j :;;,--;: /:.;".;::.. .:,:-';;'- :;/-....'-:- :- -:: :-
The citizens of a community and Mrs. Tiny Lovell and
can have any kind of community normal says most of the experts, a*they reach for a second ere seventeen of Mrs.taking Perkins.the course There I I.daughter, Margaret Ann, were Sunny land 'Ready-to-Eate

they really want" cup of the stuff. A more realistic approach was made by a and all of them hope to receive visiting in Jacksonville Sunday. I

No greater challenge was Tennessee man who experimented with roasted. cottonseedas Junior First Aid certificates when Little Bobby Faye Smith of
ever uttered. Starke spent Monday night with
a coffee substitute. The resulting brew was fine, with they have finished.' \ Carla Dean Bailey.
Oar school lunch attendance is
this exception It had terrible taste. know that W. J. Dow- Smoked Hams
It's An IdeaDr. : a (During the Civil !still below average because some Sorry to

War Southerners, cut off from their coffee supply, used of our pupils are absent with ney is still on the sick list.. We
miss the Downeys
Frank O. Slaughter, the parched corn with about the same results.) measles and mumps. and Mrs. Charles Carter of
noted historical novelist, gave The audio-visual department has
towns in this area somethingto The Telegraph, taking a more conservative view and just received nine new colored Jacksonville spent the weekend 8 to 72 Lb.
with Mrs. S. R.
tMnk about when he said ready to discount the current coffee furore as a "tempestin filmstrips entitled 'literature for Clark led the Young
In a speech at the Chamber of a coffee pot" (to coin an old reliable phrase), decided Children. These filmstrips begin People's service at Pine Level C
Commerce banquet In Keystone with the "Mother Goose" rhymes Whole or Halt
Heights last week that this week to survey the situation locally. The results of our .and include fables, myths, legends, Sunday night. $
more of an effort should be survey indicated that "really it's not as bad as all that." 'proverbs, fairy tales and famous Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham Monday and I
LeWanda spent
made to publicize the colorful poems. Also received was filmstripon
historical background of Florl With-coffee at 15 'cents a cup in some localities already, the "Life of Andrew Carnegie night with Mrs. Graham'sbrotherinlaw \
da communities. this may be encouraging news to local coffee consumers: the man who revolutionized stell- and sister Mr. and

Dr. Slaughter pointed out! The 5-cent cup of coffee is still a reality in Starke and will making in America. Mrs. Howard and Brown.mother Mr.enjoyed Graham a ARMOUR'S Star U. S. "Choice" Grade

that according to historians. be so for a while yet at least, so think some of the There were sixty-nine pupils and Mr. Brown Lake
I Lochloosa
the original Spanish Trail. restaurant operators interviewed.All five teachers in religious services fishing trip who half Lb

from Blark's St skirted Augustine around to the St. along Call Street eating establishments still feature last Charles Sunday.McCullough visited with Tuesday.Thought for the week Our LAMB LEGS or 59C

the nickel that cheers. Father help us to live each day
shores of lake Geneva on cup In one restaurant however, the his grandfather over the weekend.
which Keystone Heights is located. 5-cent coffee goes only with a regular meal. At this place, Bobby Savage went with his father -i I one step at the time-

Such bits of informationare solo coffee is 10 cents per. The owner reasons that, including to Ocala to buy fruit. Dorothy MORRELL'S Yorkshire

fascinating to the newcomer labor and fuel, it costs him 10 cents to place a cup Hardy visited some friends in Lake

or tourist visitor and of coffee on the counter. City.All FILL DIRT Lb. 69CU.
should be exploited.For of the children are glad,that: SLICED BACON

Instance, we wonder how Some of the 5-cent caterers say (somewhat cautiously) that mid-term examinations are over I
many people have any idea of they may have to up their prices if the price per pound goes and that they can get back on a GOOD

why Starke'a main stem 1s called higher. Prices paid by the restaurants to their suppliersseem regular schedule again. I TOPSOIL S. "Choice" or "Good"
Can Street! Some perhaps to vary from 97 cents to $1.03 per pound. We are very glad to welcome I
would theorize that it arose Nancy Beidler to the eighth grade. Eat-RiteBoneless Lb
from the practice of early settles "Ducky" Linsin. who dispenses the magic brew at his We now have seventeen in our, See STEW BEEF S9C

standing in the roadwayto place on Call Street, got out his pencil, did a bit of head class.
"call op" their stray hogs scratching and came up with these figures: From a poundof Six of the eight grade boys were. BILL JACKSON
and cattle! But such Is not the coffee he brews movie minded over the weekend. Jackson Transfer Compan
101 he :
( at
cups says ) a cost of approxi- I Grade "A" Quick-Frozen Frying Chicken
case. They attended the picture show in
mately one cent per cup. Adding cream and sugar, the Starke. Willow Ruth Phone 165
Itns named for General Hammond
actual cost of production goes to two and one-half I
Keith Call who was twice territorial up cents went to Gainesville for her baton
per cup.
governor of Florida Under -
President Andrew Jackson. So "Ducky" figures he .- -
can hold his percup price at 5 !

Starke Starke Ferry Itself, one was of named Florida's for cents for a while yet and still make a modest profit. I r Q1financial :;::::,':.:=':'iC;,;.M-; ,- ,..;:,;.''"'':F..b '' i- _;;;'::.,-;:;> ':.:.tf":: "';: .:;,!--' -...-;:;:-:;! : ...::. ::. :..... :=-.

ante helium governors.The One local chain store reports no appreciable increase in
Chamber of Commerceof the price of coffee, and another reports increases of from or "-
Starke and Heights the American I I
Keystone Republic Juicy Florida
should find some way of compiling three to four cents per pound with maybe more to come An Large
these Interesting bits of independent grocery is still selling coffee at "prepanic"levels As THE FIRST SECRETARY OF|

historical Information and, oncecompiled but anticipates a rise in price when its present supply %vXWTHE TREASURY. j I GRAPEFRUIT'[ ,8 Pound Bag 29C

should develop some is exhausted. WHEN ONLY 30 I II
means of getting this Information YEARS If
How to with the rising OLD. HELAID
cope prices? Well
into the hands of tourists George Kope- '< f
lousos, restaurant owner, has this to "If THE FOUNDATION;
and visitors. It would create a say: the American I I
people would give their coffee for FOR OUQ NATIONAL II I LIBBY'S Quick-Frozen Concentrated
desire In the traveler to stop up one week, just one II
and look around a while, when week, it would crack the situation." I BANKING SYSTEM. !
otherwise he might hurry on to L Cans
other and. more publicized attractims As for us we hardly ever touch the stuff. fJ ORANGE JUICE 1 99Ci i

Pass the cream and sugar, please. I,

tag in the Chapel", Bless TblaHome" Inman Green of Starke. The girls, [Tfe AND ALSO A STAMQARD KTAMJSHCD SYSTEM 7IE US. MINT U. S. No. 1 White Cobbler I
Miss Crews accompanied ..1 former i- Of COJNA6E.
j school-mates and friends
STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I her on the piano. A piano I spent a wonderful day of reminiscing Pounds
solo, 'Twelfth Street Rag" played -.1 and telling "cute things" POTATOES ; 10 2SC I
by Carolyn was very beautifully about their children. You can lay the foundation for your
rendered and enjoyed by all. The' I
Club Meet Club was happy to have the mothers \ Weekend guests of the Willil own financial security by starting with a I,t
State Farm Community Club Knights were Mrs. Bessie .
Johnson -
of the Mrs. Paulk -
girls t t proper savings program. r : : :.. :. :: .. _'"
met Tuesday afternoon January .of Starke and Mrs. G. E. Crews:i of Lake Butler Mrs. :Margie Jones

25, 1 with twenty members and I).present. Flower arrangements ol, I from Seville, and Mrs. Dora Rose Fresh Golden Bantam SUPERBRAND
several visitors present. After a red bud, narcissus jonquils, and ( We will welcome to discuss
I; of Peirson. Mrs. Knight and weekend an opportunity your I
short business meeting in chargeof [pansies filled the club room will
1st vice president, Mrs. J. G. their fragance and beauty and I II guests went to Macclenny financial problems with you CORN OLEO
Godwin the program chairman made one think of the Springtime. Sunday for a family reunion and
Mrs. H. J Kucera presented :Mrs. The hostesses Mrs. Lyle Buck and L I birthday dinner onoring John McCormick I II
Ed Truly of Starke who showed a Mrs. M. H. Richarde served delicious .r on his Slat birthday. I
film and an Interesting talk I refreshments of cake and l Ears Lbs .
Mrs. Willie Knight entertained
on Polio. Miss Sylvia Paulk of coffee. 4 29C 2 39C j
I. her sister, Mrs. Gordon Jones with
spend-the-day guestof !I
Starke and Miss Carolyn Crews of Wednesday '"'_ FLORIDA BANK at STARKE
State Farm were introduced to Mrs. W. O. Stringfellow wen! a surprise birthday party Sunday .

the club and they gave a program Mrs. Dennis Showaltor of Ft. night at Mrs. Jones' home ia RaT- r..w I
ct music and song. Miss Paulk Worth Texas. Mrs. Robert Bark ford. The party was a gala affair Member Florida National Group .2. '!ff'; V : L't -_''._".'"_'_'"_ _. ._ / !
was most entreating with her vocal ley and Mrs. Wally Faulk oj! ham
with and. lots of eats
gifts : good
Jacksonville, Mrs. George Manaasiof L ,
of "Changing "
Partners"performance, "Cheating Heart". Cry- Green Cove Springs and Mrs. and plenty of family well-wishers.!, % jf: Eti.: & .j


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, Walrath Family Gathering I otherwise the allegation of said I'anova. Deceased. has been filed against you tn the at Starke. Florida this January (, i has been tiled against yon IB the i I
Complaint will bo taken aa confessed To All Creditors aad Peraoiu n.yI. above named Court and cause and 1954. above named Court and cause and
by you. .,. Claim .r Dtaiamdi AraiastEatatei you are required to serve a copy of <(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby you are required to serve a copy of
I ,,:,: This notice shall be published your answer or pleading to the com- As Clerk of Said Court your answer or pleading to the
Keystone Heightsby : once each week for four consecutive You and each of you are hereby plaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk complaint on the Plaintiff ;
; weeks tn the Bradford County Telegraph. -
r notified and Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla. William D.
: t\\ y required to present any Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Building Attorney Morgan.
I 1954. claims and demands which you or nd file the original tn the office i Jacksonville, Fla.Attys. $07 Clark Building, Jacksonville -
I > Dated this :o day of January
I i'1 either of you may have against the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on for Plf. 1/8 4t 1/29 Florida
lira. Sara UcDonaldMre. .;,1. (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court estate of Eunice Alvarez Canova, de. or before the 8 day of February, and file the original in me office of
ceased late of said County, to the 1954; otherwise the allegations of the Clerk of the Circuit Com oaar
Marian Clerk. NOTICE
By L. Crosby, Deputy TO APPEAR
County Judge of Bradford said Complaint will be taken as cen- ,fa ; before the
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& _____ 1/22 4t 212NOTICE County Florida, at his office In the fessed by you. j Florida Circuit I. Court Caaaeerj.Bradford Coeaty. S day of February 1954;

OV IVTEVTIOV TO court house of said County at This notice shill be published David P. Brookes, Plaintifr, vs. otherwise the allegations of said.
Kyle McMurtry entertainedlast t9 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Starke. Florida, within eight calendar once each week tor four consecutive Louisa Brookes, Defendant.Case Complaint will be taka as confessed i

Friday evening: with a stork Notice is hereby given that the months from the time of the weeks In tae Bradford County Tele- No. lt-264 by you.notice shall DC published i
I first This
of publication of this notice. Each graph. \"ot undersigned under the provisions
shower for Mrs. Robert Jackson. Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida. claim or demand shall be in writ- Dated this 6 day of January 1954. : Louisa Brookes, whose residence vnoe each week for four consecutivsweeks Tele
I L About 23 'guests were present and Acts of 1941 will register with the 11g' and shall state the place of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby and address ,isco J.,hr. D. naph. In the Bradford County
r the honoree received beautiful Clerk of the Circuit Court in and residence and post office address of Clerk of the Circuit Court O'Flynn Plainview. Hicksville, 1.. I., Dated this 5 day of January, 1954.
many claimant and shall be Clark.
1 sworn toby By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy N. Y.
for Bradford County State of Flori- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
gifts. After the opening of the da, upon receipt of proof of publication the claimant, agent, his agent or 1/8 4t 1/29 Ton are her toy notified us-t a Clerk of the Circuit CourtBy
) gifts, cake and coffee were served of this notice, the fictitious attorney and any such claim or demand suit forDivor'e Marian I* Crosby!: Deputy Clerk
.. name of Jerome Johns Oil Company not so filed shall be void. la Tie Oreo Court of Florida I i Iii 4t 1/2S
and the guests enjoyed bridge and ; f. A. Canova. Eighth Judicial Circuit, I. And
under which I am engaged in business -
I As administrator of the Estate For Bradford County, ..-. - - --- --- :
( canasta. Florida.at Starke. Bradford County of Eunice Alvarez Canova, la Chancery. ., !

I Ifr and Mrs. Axel Malmgrem \: That the sole owner of said business deceased. Mildred Thomas Cribbs Plaintiff, vs. !
, have returned from a five weeks is: Jerome Johns, Starke. Fla. First publication January 22. 1954. George W. Cribbs, Defendant For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write I
Dated this 22nd day of Jananry _____ 1/22 4t 2/12 NOTICE TO APPEARTo
} stay in Memphis. Tenn., where A.D. 1954 at Starke, Bradford : George W. Cribbs, whose resi-

\ they were called by a death in the L' bounty, Florida. I.Florida ClreBlt IB Coart.Caaaeerr.Bradford CoaBty. dence You and are address hereby notified is: Unknown.that a FLORIDA PEST CONTROL I
1/23 2/12
family. ,. Preston Driver, Plaintiff vs. Dorothy suit for divorce has been filed
I J Miss May Kennedy, a former .r NOTICE TO APPEAR Hammett Driver, DefendantCase against you ia the above named AND CHEMICAL CO. I
IB ClrcBit Court Bradford Ceuty No. 10-289 Court and cause and you are required -
I resident of Keystone Heights is s1 Florida IB Cautery I Order Of Publication A ad Notice T. to serve a copy of your answeror 2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla. I
with her Emilia Appear State Of Florida Tot pleadings to the Bill of Com-
t staying for a few days Scala. Plaintiff vs. Alfred
Scala, Defendant. Dorothy Hammett Driver, whose plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. DEMPSEY R. SAPP, Owner i if
brother, S. E. Kennedy. residence and address is: Unknown. Carlos E. Harper, 204 West Univer. I f
F. M. Walrath, Sr. (above, right), one of the pioneers in the Case No. 10-291
You are required to Florida.
Mrs. Robert O'Donohue, isspending Notice To Appear.To appear on sity Avenue Gainesville MOSS CONTROLPECAN
development of Keystone Heights, had the pleasure of having four of I i : Alfred Scala, whose residenceand February 22, 1954, In the above nam- and file the original in the office of
a few days with her ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
address is: 181 Hall Street. TREES SHADE TREES ETC.
his six living brothers and sisters with him this week. Pictured seeks divorce Bradford of 19&4 ,
mother, Mrs. Ray Hearst in Key. Brooklyn, New York. County before the t day February ;

stone. She will Join her husbandin above are (seated 1 to r) Mrs. Alton Heard, Bessemer Pa.; Mrs. suit You for are hereby notified that a Telegraph next foi.r shall weekly publish issues.this Orderin Bill otherwise of Complaint the allegations will be taken of said as Contact Us Now For Estimates 1 I

Alabama soon :Mildred Stearns, Conneautville, Pa.; and Mrs. C. R. Lawrence. Key Divorcehas Witness my hand and official seal confessed by you. Termite Control
t at Starke, Florida, this 20 January. This notice shall be puoilshed I
Mine Linda Walker was home stone Heights. Standing: W. S. Walrath, Massillon, Ohio, and F. M. above been named filed Court against and yon cause in and the 1954. once =each week for four consecutive 0

last Saturday for the wedding of Walrath, Sr. Together with their families, the brothers and sisters you are required to serve a copy of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby weeks in The Bradford County Tele- Household & Commercial
your answer or pleading to the com- As Clerk of said Court graph.
Clarence Vance and Miss Terrell gathered Monday evening for a family dinner at the home of Mr. plaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. By :Marian L\ Crosby, Deputy Clerk Dated this 6 day of January A.D. Exterminating
Barr, at which she sang. Her Frank Landrum Starke, Zach II. Douglas. 505 Lynch Building 1954.
and Mrs. Frank Walrath, Jr. :Mr. Walrath Sr. came to Keystone
Jacksonville 0
Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Rodent Control
Mrs. Eula Walker
grandmother, Heights at the beginning of its development 33 years ago and handled and file the original In the office of Attys. for Plf. 1/22 4t 2/12 Clerk of the Circuit Court
took her back to school on Sunday the Clerk of the Circuit Court on NOTICE OF INTENTION By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
and will spend a few days in many of the early sales of real estate there. His was the third housein or before the 22 day of February. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 1/8 4t 1/29 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK

Keystone Heights, so he has had the pleasure of watching the 1954; otherwise the allegations of Notice is hereby given that the
Georgia.Col. said Complaint will b. undersigned, under the provisions NOTICE 10 APPEAR
taken as 0 .'iIa. '''' : '''' .... "
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and Mrs. John McDowall community grow into a town of many lovely homes. Mrs. Lawrenceis confessed by you. of Chapter 20.S53 Laws of Florida, !. Circuit Coart, Bradford County : ;:i'o-1'c < --
This notice shall be publishedonce Acts of 1941 will register with the Florida la Ckaacery-
and Col. and Mrs. R. H. Kelley of also a longtime resident of Keystone and her husband, an engineer, each week for tour onsecntlvt Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Leonard P. Davis. Plaintiff vs. Jennie ..

Melrose made a three-day trip to did some of the early work of laying out the town. weeks in the Bradford County Tele Bradford County. State of Florida L. Davis DefendantCase II '1* I fUIII"LIIliI'oU1l ntunIT rtr7krn'" '-.-..., ...._--f'>",-I are, awwdS..llw....".-...
I. :; -
graph. upon receipt of proof of publicationof No. 10-213 '=::'11_ ItlJI WUTtI-tU&l! '!!"r' .
Pensacola this week. They were Dated this 20 day of January, 1954. this notice, the fictitious name Notice To Appears p-.Yt N-s..u "'r'1.,. in. !:-r-. tYIYr.ctM
man in the world" but (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby of Dowling Livestock Sales under To: Jennie L. Davis, whose resI- lWr._...r:1r1Y.i y_ ..,."." f M......;ra

the title should go to I Clerk of the Circait Court which I am engaged in business on dence and address is: 4016 23rd ..,....... "" ........ _.. .::- .... '_ \vl!
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk U. S. Highway 301 north of Starke, Street North, Arlington 7:, Virginia. Lr..w q Ate! .anew nl tw Imm.C w -::.R,:." .. _
who stole the collection 1/22 4t 2/12 Florida You are hereby notified teat a I t.JI er
1 Baptist Church last Sun- That the sole owner of said bus- suit for -. w Puri'i.trm wYI
NOTICE TO APPEAR iness is: E. J. Dowling, Sr. P. O. Divorce 'l
treasurer did not even. IB Circuit Court Bradford Coast, Box 584, Starke, Fla. has been filed against you tn the ;... \O, :
to count it so they I Florida In ChuBrerr. Dated this 22nd day of January stove named Court and cause and \ t\
how much Anne Bullock, Plaintiff. Benjamin A.D., 1954. at Starke, Bradford you are required to serve a copy of ar S1,\ eueu rrr'.Itiw
they lost Bullock, 4th Defendant. County, Florida. your answer or pleading to the 1 rte. 1.t; r
to the report we heard. Case No. 10-292 complaint on the Plalatltf Y
Notice To Appear.To 1/22 2/12 Attorney Joseph K. Skipper 221 s-- ,t)1,11'1; "ia91o S :
occurred sometime be- : Benjamin Bullock 4th whose NOTICE OP INTENTION TO Graham Building, Jacksonville. \ ", \\, e\\\\\t :..-::-.
morning and evening residence and address is: 4618 Spruce REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Floridahe 'ot t :'..
Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Notice is hereby given that the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .atltl\ ;a r \. beo'4et t\ot\ t.9\0.

I i'I suit You for are hereby notified that a undersigned Chapter 20,953 under Laws the of provisionsof Florida. or before 8 day the of February, 1954; WRS r14 Pe Y \\tOU\\ \"e1)t\e\\dO \o$ \et\\\' S "l''I.

RIGHT POINT for the Divorce, otherwise the of said ,
: custody and control of Acts of 1941, will register with the allegations .
write. Come In and se minor child Clerk of the Circuit Court in and Complaint will *e taken as confess3d oftout. .ot
has been filed against In the by you. o\\\ttS
you for Bradford County, State of Flori- I" '
favorite ESTERBROOH above named Court and cause and da, upon receipt cf proof of publication This notice shall be published ? r \ .\ ..ot\tS,
you a-e required to serve a copy of of this once each week for four consecutive Wauvsr riu tt\ \\ \ \.
Pen. Only $2.37 at notice the fictitious YI lfi. ? \\\ 0\\ 'Si"f.
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- \
your answer or pleading to the name of Thomas Truck Terminal Q\\ t\\
COUNTY TELE- complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney under which we are engaged in bus- graph. tC\\l\\ }\1\\
Dated this 4 day of January. 1954.
T. Frank
'meanest Landrum iness on U. S. 301 f.itS. \\
Highway south of m Y ,
Starke, Florida Starke, Florida. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .1 h0 ., \G t .
Clerk of the Circuit ( slur' = lcntr \\ abl \ S5nQ0 -I
and file the original in the office of That the \\ V.e ,
parties interested in said
'.'0 APPEAR the Clerk of the Circus Court en business By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk nK r+ '", e"lit ,
Court. Bradford Co..ty, or before the are: 1/& 4t 1/29 ,0\)1 .
Jack E. Hazen, Starke Fla.
In Chancery. 22 day of February 1954;
Plaintiff, vs. Wal otherwise the allegations of said Kenneth C. Johns. Starke, Fla. la Circuit Court Bradford County j tea rcirn "I H isint"eel
Dated this 22nd of a
Defendant. Complaint will be taken as confessed day January. FloridatIn Chancery --1
\\.r=:: mt)
A.D. 1954 at Starke, Bradford County
Case No. 10-290 by you. Joseph Paul McDonald, Plaintiff, vs. Wail rj Nil" e.e.- La .... o"1:
Appear. This notice shall ..e published Florida. Mildred McDonald, Defendant. ... Ia111.1 IUTP-5L'r teR
L. Wagner whose once each week for four consecutive. 1U 2/12 Case No. 10-270 ._ jy-Ka.oY_ ?-r UN Larr&A."_ .PV'. .... .. .... ....... _
and address is: Unknown. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Order Of Publication And Notice To i aura -, & m
NOTICE TO 'PPEAH .Appear State of Florida To I II LrtJ _/:..:wtlnla,{ .vile{ 'rY' 'Y.1 "J: W M41a.w.at I- .:'Ir.l W11 l
notified .
hereby that .. :
divorce a Dated this 20 day of January. 1954. IB Clrrvtt Court Bradford CountyPloridat .I Mildred McDonald, whose residence I .! a 4 ,. r.:; ..I ..'f. .... 1 Iii.:_..
filed against In the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby IB Chancery and address is504 West 55th rOCi1 .,a ,tl enerwa. O.Y'1: 1r is.anMi'
Court and you cause and Clerk of the Circuit four Mary Gay Plaintiff, vs. Edward W. Street, New York City Ne\ York. --J.'.. aM w.M.. rw'f1"c" ..'._ ..".. -.........
ClorV Gay, Defendant .". ,. ... ;s
By Marian L. Crosby D..nnt You It .
to serve a copy nf are required to appear on PT e I' /OI4r1tltC,.tlrt M. Y? II. \., I --==
or pleading to the 1/22 4t 212NOTICE Case No. 10-275 February 8, 1954 in the above nam- A > tl..ts K i'i..w 1uWus.. ..r.._t \n:... r......
Votlee To 4I L d a-i ;::-r: Y1CCtiud 'iL'4tr I
Appear Yn
on the Plaintiffs ed Court and cause, wherein plain- t ..: .- -. '.
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I Went To Their rersyth holder of Tax Certificate plaint on the Plaintiff- Attorney This notice shall be published II I;
Wedding by Dog Team Vo. 72, issued the 31 day of May, Evan T. Evans, 103 LAW Exchange once each week for fOUl consecutive- ,
A.D., 1951! has filed same in my Building, Jackiwnville weeks In the Bradford County Tele
office and bas made application for Florida,. graph.
Jan. 2 red let-
Saturday was a a tax deed to be Issued thereon. and file the original in the office or Dated this 2( day of January,
ter day in the little village of Said certificate embraces the following the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor 1954.!I
Koyukuk, Alaska and practicallythe described property in the before the 1 day of March (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chants A. Darby
Bert ,County of Bradford. State of Florida 1851: ; otherwise the allegations ef Clerk of the Circuit Court.
entire town (population 150)) to-wit: said Complaint will be taken AS confessed By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
i bundled up in furs and embarked, Lot 5 in Kessler'8 Add, Sec. IS, by you. II%! 4t 219I
Township 7 South Range 22
via dog team, for Nulato. some 18 Newcomb East ..". ..... I

Gladys ,MootyPhone miles away. erty The under assessment the said of certificate the said Issued prop- Men's Clothing ,

35 Reason for the wholesale and I '41: .r was in the name of Emma Mixon. i I H ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894 I
said certificate shall be redeemed -
.., evacuation was no sudden dis- i
- -
.. I I r I '4 according: to law, the prop-
I aster or warning of catastrophe. Bride erty described therein will be sold
w tG the highest bidder dt the court I Ii t
Garden Club Plans UDC Silver TeaIs Rather was it a festive occasion house door on the first Monday in

for on that day the dark-haired the month of March, 1954, which is
BeautificationOf Lovely Event daughter of the village's leading I pose here the 1 day of March, 1S54. MOVINGILOCAL !
I Dated this 2S day of January, 1954.:
RoadwaysThe Of Last ThursdayThe trading post owner was to become with memen (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
the bride of the blonde young engineer toes of their Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
for County, Florid. I
Starke Garden Club met W. T. Week's Chapter U. from Florida. Alaskan wed f 1/29 4t 2/1S! Safe PHONE (

Monday evening In the Parish D. C. entertained at a delightful The girl was Shirley Ann Ver- dingThe

House with the president, Mrs. R. Silver Tea Thursday afternoon, netti, of Italian descent The boy fur and hide NOTICE TO APPEAR OR Dependable t.
hi Clrcvit Court Bradford c.aat7Flerldat LONGDISTANCE 311
F. Young, presiding. Jan. 21, in the Woman's Club was Bert Newcomb, son of Mr. boots theywore F IB Oa. I7. EconomicalR.
During the business meeting the building.A and Mrs. Gilbert S. Newcomb of I Alice Jean Medelros Plaintiff vs.
I to keep Frank Medeiros, Defendant. B. Alvarez OR
temporary resignation of Mrs. O. red and white color schemewas Starke. Case No. 10-301 .
L. Beasley as Civic chairman: was carried out effectively in: The 18-mile trip over the track- I their feet from < Votlrc To Appear.To Agents For TRANSFER" AND 250-J
freezing.At : Frank Medelros whose resi-
accepted and :Mrs. Maxie Carter flowers used to decorate the club.I less snows of Alaska was necessary dence and address Is: Unknown. Ptlcher Bros. STORAGE Cb.

was appointed to fill her unexpired The mantel in the lounge held a because the little church at suit You for are hereby notified that a

term. Mrs. Carter and her com- long arrangement of red gladioli, Koyukuk was being rebuilt. The this time of the year there is I I'make conventional hard-surfacing I Divorce, custody and control of

mittee, Mrs. L. O. Hazen, Mrs. A. Confederate flags and greenery. nearest altar was that of Our ,only four hours of "daylight" in i, impractical. I minor child STORAGEPerryman
I bas been filed
against in the
E. Haigh Mrs. R. A. Green and The auditorium was enhanced with Lady of the Snows at Nulato. Alaska, and even that is about | As for the future: well Bert andI above named Court and you cause and I

Mrs. W. B. Mundy, along with the palms, artistic arrangements of Bert went to Alaska last yearas like Florida twilight.The I I Shirley are now at home in the you are required to serve a copy of
: your answer or pleading to the com- Bldg. S. Court St. Starke Florifla
Roadside Development committee: red gladioli, and Confederate flags. a member of a U. S. Coast and wedding went off without L. D. Vining cottage on West plaint on the Plaintiff' AttorneyA. ,
Mrs. W. R. Morse, and Mrs. E. A. The tea table, overlaid with an i Geodetic Survey party. He met mishap except that plans for tak- Madison St. The bride would like J. Thomas, Jr., Starke. Fla. 1:0.: '" _

Winkler, will go ahead with plans imported Italian cutwork cloth i Shirley at the trading post in ing motion pictures of the event to complete her nurse's trainingin the and file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office onor of _7___ IDon't =

and arrangements within the coming -I with lace insets held a center ar- July. She was home from the fell through because the camera Gainesville. but Bert isn't making before the 1 day of March

week for beautifying the SX rangement of red and white carnations University of Portland, Oregon (not the cameraman) froze up in any definite plans right now. aid 1954;Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as contes8ed of- Miss TheTALENT

highway approaches to Starke. interspersed with minia- where she had completed two the 40 below temperature.On He has a date to keep with Uncle by you.
This notice shall be published
Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum, chairman ture confederate flags in an an- years as a student nurse. January 6 Bert and Shirley Sam before he settles down to any once each week for four consecutive

of the Garden Show, reported that tique silver bowl. The centerpiecewas "I took him boating," she says, left Koyukuk in their automobilefor permanent program as a civilian. weeks. in the Bradford County "Teleraph. SHOW

plans were going ahead for havIng flanked diagonally with three- smiling, when questioned about a marathon-like wedding trip Eventually he plans to completethe Dated this 23 day of. ,:January,
the show around the first of branched candelabra from which their whirlwind romance. Koyukuk of 8,000 miles to Florida. They studies in aeronautical engine- 1954.OFFICIAL.

May. Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, Garden were attached red and white satin deep in the Alaskan interior, took their time, stopping along the ering that he started at the Uni- ( Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Court Darby
Jan. 29 1954
Therapy chairman, was given per- ribbons terminating in the central is near the Yukon River.It way, at points of interest, and arriving versity of Florida. By Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Friday, ,
mission to and must have been a colorful in Starke on the 25th. The 1/2 4t 2/19
purchase spray arrangement. Sandwiches and Like Florida? "Yes, very much -
equipment to spray the Peace Rose cakes were passed, carrying out wedding procession with the 20 trip was enjoyable except for the Shirley BUT Alaska'sa NOTICE TO APPEAR 8:00 P.M. u. S. O.

Garden for black spot. Plans were the red and white color motif. huge sleds, each pulled throughthe rugged Alaskan highway through says f. Circuit I.Court Ofcaacery.Martha Bradford. Conatrrioridat

discussed for erecting a sign on snow by a team of ten dogs, most of Canada, which is surfaced great country, too. They both Stavitski, Plaintiff, vs. William Sponsored By
at the door
the outskirts of town calling the Greeting guests were and each carrying a bright burning only with crushed rock. The sub love it, and hope to return there Anthony Stavitoki. Defendant.
Mrs. Mattie Gahagan and Mrs. Case No. 10-306
attention of tourists to the Peace torch to pierce the Alaskan gloom. zero weather in that area would some day to make their home. Notice To Appear. BHS SENIOR CLASS
Joe Wilson. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins in- ToWilIiam
Rose Garden. Anthony Stavitski
troduced guests to the receivingline whose residence and address is: Un-

chairman Mrs. S., E.reported Sparks,that Literature$22.23 composed of Mrs. W. G. Halle, Presbyterian Women Peggy' Caldwell i Home Demonstration known.Your are hereby notified that For Trip To Cuba

president, Mrs. L A. Davis, Mrs. suit for divorce custody andcontrol
was made in the past two months j E. K. Perryman and Mrs. L. G. Divide CirclesThe Weds Mr. GarciaIn Council MeetingThe of minor child
for the Library Fund. has been filed against you in the ADM. Adults 35c Students 25c
Powell. Misses Lu Green, Carol CaliforniaThe above named Court and cause and
Mrs. M. F. Hazen, program Jennings and Jean Mundy held the Presbyterian Women of the County Council of Home yOU are required to serve a copy of
chairman, announced that Mrs. Church held their monthly meet- Demonstration Clubs met Tues- your answer or pleading to the com- W'J =
silver trays. Mrs. Lex Green and of Miss
marriage Peggie
Ruby Johns, who was to talk on ing Tuesday evening in the Sun- day in the Methodist Church at o <'...".'liaL. ,;w "IIi l
I Mrs.I L. D. Vining invited guests to Caldwell and Manuel Anthony C u 1
and unable day school building.Mrs. Lawtey, with the :Mrs.
Camellias Azaleas, was president,
I i the tea table. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Garcia was solemnized at 11
to her because of David Lois Cox, presiding.
Montgomery openedthe
give program Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. and Mrs. L o'clock in the morning, January I
illness. An open discussion was I F. Chapman of the State Farm meeting with prayer and de- 11, in the Mission San Buenaven- Following reports by the various Thanks A Million People of Starke and Area For Your

Ield during the program on plant- I were in charge of affairs, and Mrs. votionals. Mrs. John Mixon gaveas tura, Ventura, California. The chairmen, a nominating committeewas ,
ing and spraying Camellias and her "A World Churchin selected nominate officers
in of the program
I Paul Bridges was charge Rev. Fr. Timothy Lynch officiatedat .
Azaleas. a Broken World". On Friday, for the coming year.
dining room. the impressive ceremony.Mrs.
The hostesses served a dessert I I Jan. 29 at 2 o'clock, Mrs. J. G. Thursday, Feb. 11, was set as \YonderfulResponseToTheOpendng Of
Mrs. L. F. Chapman and Mrs.
Jeanette of Ventura -
course during the social hour. Caldwell, Mrs. W. J. Chandler Battey the time to repair and oil sewing
,W. J. Chandler presided at the
Mrs. Carrie Ward and Mrs. Lenten was the bride's only attendant machines. An instructor will be
silver services where Russian tea
roll White Cross bandages at She was attired in a beige
OES To MeetThe in present at the Community Center -
was poured. Others assisting
the home of Mrs. W. S. McAliley.A suIt with matching accessories and in Hampton for this meeting.A .
,serving were Mrs. George Flynn,
regular meeting of the OES covered dish supper will be held carried a bouquet of pink carna- sewing class will be held at MARKETS.
Mrs. E. L Matthews, Mrs. Junius
tions. Matthew Walker of El Rio
will be held Monday night at 8 Tuesday, evening at 6 o'clock at Brooker on March 17, and a class STARKE
i Smith Mrs. J. R Wainwright,
served best for the -
o'clock in the'Masonic Temple. I the Sunday School building. The as man of instruction in the freezing of
Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. N. B. Rosier .
committee in charge of the supperis fruits and vegetables will be held
and Mrs. Cesar Rivera. Salon
Mrs. Jack ffDempsey, Mrs. B. C. For her wedding the bride chose at Hampton in April.A .
the tea
music was played during
Holtzendorf Jr. Mrs. John Mixon, WALNUT ST. ACROSS FROM PARK THEATREYou
t t hours, 3:30 to 5 o'clock. a white knitted suit complementedwith covered dish luncheon was

t- y >tl : Among the 100 _guests attendIng and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. accessories in brown and served at noon, after which County have shown us that you do appreciate having a Market where you can obtain

.II this lovely affair were Mrs. Circle members-'of nii'their circle white.formed Her whti-carnatioa cascade bouquet%"' was I Judge.'T. A. Yawn gave an in- "Ocean Fresh" Sea Food of all kinds. We will continue. our efforts to please your
: the ensuing are as follows; of ) ;creating talk Gn -"laws affecting *
Grady Mathews, past division preetdent for year and will appreciate continued patronage.
David Mont Among those attending the wedding everyday life. The meeting closed your V' /tjT
Mrs. George IL. Lennon and Circle One, Mrs. o ? M.: .
Mrs. John M. Register, ,all of gomery,.chairma : Mesdames Ben were the brother'inlaw.aister .and .with a question and answer period

Jacksonville, and,Mr* DeWitt C. 'Bowdens* ;;Jim Caldwell Evalyn of the bride, Mr.of and Mr}. folloWing this !discussion.. .., CEDAR KEY MULLET AND OYSTERS
F. M. 'Crawford, Lester A. W. Anderson, Jr. Ventura. :
1 Jones Gainesville.. Cooper, r.
For the occasion Mrs. .Andarson'elected
W. J. Ep-
Crews, K. G. Duncan WMU Notices

,BPW Notice'BPW ; person, Lonnie Fulwood,. Larry ble a pink wool jersey' Vnsem-" : Shrimp Lobsters Crab .. Flounders ..., SeTfoutl{ ,. \

Gibson, Herbert Green, Al Harley, Circles of the First Baptist

What members attending the B. C. Holtzendorf, Jr., Blake Immediately after the wedding. Church WMU will meet Tuesday Frozen Chowder (Red Fish or Turtle) *MA .,Ji\(1;

a DiStrict meeting in Callahan on I Jackson, W. T. Jackson, Nell Mr. and Mrs. Garcia left for 'a afternoon, Feb. 2, at 3 o'clock as

r will meet at the Poatofftce I Joyner, J. R. Kite, J. M. Mitchell, honeymoon in Carmel, travelingover follows:
Sunday A SELL-OUT LAST WEEK-END But We'll Have Plenty More For You This
Edna Prevatt, '
1 R. G. Paterson, a lovely scenic route that follows Lorena
Difference! at 9:15: a.m.Perfume. Epperson .Circle with FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
Rudolph Sink, W. A. Stern F. F. the Pacific Ocean. They are Mrs. L. G. Powell; Daisy Fowler

THERE'S a decided difference Stump, A. Hartmann, and Miss now at home to their friends in Circle with Mrs. T. B. Harding; FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE ARE OPEN 9 A.M. -.9 P.Mi
That Clings Louise Stern. Camarillo Heights, Calif. ; Ida! Darby Circle with Mrs H. L

between Property Damage Insurance Circle Two, Mrs. John Mixon, Mr. Garcia is the son of Mrs. M. Hough; Dora Alderman Circle with LEO HUNTER, OWNER OPERATOR

and Collision Insur Q. Dear Penny I adore I*r." chairman: Mesdames Guy Andrews Bobri and Manuel Garcia of New Mrs. A. E. McKinney; Helen Mas-

ance. The former covers fume, bat for some reason or other W. A. Bonham Louise Cain, York. He received his education ters Circle with Mrs. J. A. Griffin. -- _.. -- f
your Its fragrance just does not last on Caldwell W. J. Chandler New ,- -H_ '__ -__ +C---:: :_ .:. _"_: _::' ;-=:-_-_ : .l C::: --: =- ::.. : :-:: _, ::_ : )
legal liability for any damage J. G. from Manhattan College in Doris Knight Circle will meet

me. I have told several of my Robert Chapman, Lucian Clark, York and from Virginia PolYtechnic Tuesday night, Feb. 2, at 7:30

your car may do to the property friends that I want a new perfume, Glenn Conner Claude Crowson, Institute, achieving his Mast- o'clock in the educational building -

of others. The latter covers but first I must find out about a E. M. Davis, Jack Dempsey, James er's Degree in Electronics from the with Mrs. Paul Raymond and

the damage done to your own lasting one.-Mrs. A. W. Edgar June Edwards, Louise latter school Mrs. Garcia is the Miss Wilma Alexander hostesses. Coming Up.

car You need BOTH polic- A A particularly good idea Harden,; B. C. Holtzendorf Sr., W. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James f
S. McAliley O. E. Stansbury Car- Glover Caldwell of the State Farm
ies ,tor women who claim that perfumedoes Executive NoticeThe
Get them here. T. A.
rie Ward, Ralph Yarbray, and a graduate of Bradford High
not "stay with them" is a Yawn, Jeanette Young, Murphrey School in Starke. Both are presently -
Skin Sachet. It smooths on executive board meeting of The the
Liquid sweetest day of
Smith, and Miss Mildred Ayres. employed at the U. S. Naval year
the skin very easily, and lingers Air Missile Test Center, Point the Starke Woman's Club will be

II C. WALL longer because of its sachet base. WCTU NoticeThe Iugur. Calif.Wesleyan. held Thursday afternoon, Feb. 4,

It has a slower rate of diffusion at 3:30: o'clock in the club lounge.

AGENCY and evaporation than any other I WCTU will meet this after- Guild

Phone 146 type fragrance. Try this Houbi- ,noon (Friday) in the Tabernacleannex The Weaker Sex

gant Chantilly Liquid Skin Sachet. i at 3 o'clock. A new presi- Met Tuesday NightThe Seems StrongerIn
200 E. Call Street
Only $1.85 plus tax at CANOVA J dent will be chosen at this meet-

Starke PHARMACY. I I II|! ing to succeed Mrs. Wilma John- Wesleyan Service Guild met [ Mayor's Court

I'son, who recently resigned. Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock in
the Methodist recreation hall with Gambling and fighting com-

.',_ .:- ,, : :- _', : : : ;:, :::_ ,:- __: .:. .-. :':: ,_ .-': .:'::'1.-; :.c.: ...:t g- ."\:$'"":;; :'-:':: _.>:: J_ \I 14 members and one visitor, Mrs. posed a majority of eleven cases ,

Pat Kelly, present. Plans were tried by Mayor J. R. Wainwrightin 1y hi

made for a work night on Feb. his court Monday morning. 1
23. In a raid on a Reno establish- + i-' With A Gift She'llENJOY

Mrs. Myrtle Anderson gave the ment Saturday night city policemen

devotional and Mrs. Mildred Sapp picked up four participantsin rt'l '

had charge of the program. Hos- a dice game plus the operatorof

tesses were Mrs. Ruth Johnsonand the game. .
Mrs. Ruby Collins. Failing to appear in court on Large Selection of '

gambling charges, the four gamb- ,

JOLLY'S SERVICE STATION Jr. Club To Meet lers (all Negroes) forfeited bonds BOXED CADDIES ;:
of $25 each. The operator of the t
gambling house forfeited his $50 k t 1 1i
The Junior Womans Club will

AND RESTAURANTU. I meet Monday evening at 8 o'clockin bond. Q

the club house. Two Negroes, a man and a wom- i -) + Complete Line of

S. 301 N. OF WALDOBY The "American Home" programwill an, who were booked for fightingin ,

be in charge of Mrs. Mack Reno Sunday night were fined y COSMETICS
- The seemed the .
$25 man
Futch. There will also be an elec- F
tion of officers. worse for the fracas, as he ap-

TOM & ESTHER STALLINGS peared in court with head swathedin .
. Hostesses will be: Mrs. C. L.
a bloody bandage.:! The woman
Currie, chairman, Miss Lillian PERFUMES
said she used a Coca-Cola bottleon
Stump, Mrs. J. O. Gay, Mrs. Doyle h- 6 nr'0 (
O him after he had threatenedher f
Conner and Mrs. David Montgomery.
with a gun. /

drunk and ,
with being fighting
WSCS Notices forfeited a $50 bond, and a "drunk"case t SETS }
yielded a $25 forfeited bond. ;
The Methodist W.S.C.S. circle 4
Running a red light cost one defendant _
Cater To Early Breakfast for Fishermen and Hunters will meet next week at the follow $10 bond, and speeding

ing homes: through the school zone cost KOCH DRUG STORE j_

Q Circle J, with Mrs. L. A. Davis anoth-er person a $15 bond. I ,

Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. I
f Starke Fla
SHELL OIL PRODUCTSWe Circle 2, with Mrs. Albert Lee. NOTICE ,

Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.

Circle 3, with Mrs. L. S. Hutto, The Associatlonal Brotherhood i ,

Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. meeting will be held at Heilbronn

will Appreciate the Patronage of our Friends and will Do EverythingWe Springs Baptist Church, Friday.
UDC NoticeThe Jan. 29, at 7:30: p.m.-Lacy Conway +t
Can To Merit Your Continued Good WilL secretary-treasurer.

W. T. Weeks chapter, U.
D. C. will meet
noon at 3:3: () o'clock at the homeof NOTICE' OF APPLICATION:!'
Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. with f

.- '. /,'-.' -, ::.-- ; :'- -- .-<_ ._ -_., ,_ ,:' -..:: :. -: __' -'_ ,::--.w.c--, : '_ :;;'_' __:_'_ :_ Mrs. Ruby Johns as cohostess. Notice(is aate terebr BID given N.. 112), that Joe i



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FRIDAY... JANUARY %9, 1954
Inger W. Raemussen: Defendant.
and AdeleScholl' Mrs. Harold Hazelwood spent Case No. 10-2)7 Florid*i IB Caaaeery. Clerk of the Circuit Court Case No. 10-J07
Misses Judy Green Yotiee To Appears Virginia Carr Plaintiff vs. Milford By Marian U Crosby. Deputy yierk, otln To Appear
returned to their respective the weekend in West Palm Beach To: Inger W. Rasmussen whose Warren Carr. Defendant I/Z 4' %/., To:: Stephen L. Daniels, whose
homes Wednesday for their mid- attending the Florida Hairdressersand residence and address is: 2 B Case No. 10-109 residence and address is: Id7 Central
Paunegaardvej. Geatofle. Denmark. \otlee To Appeart >'OTICEOF INTEN'TIOV TO Tower Building Youngstown.Ohio. .
semester vacation from U. of F. Cosmetolcgists Assn. execu- Ton are hereby notified tiutt a To: Milford Warren Carr, whose REGISTER FITiTlol'SAHF. .
tive board meeting at the George mil tor residence and address is: R A Notice is hereby given thai the You are hereby notified that a
:/6.6D Hazel- Divorce 34403877 H.Q. Co. 27th Sig. Base undersigned under the pr'ovi.sii Of |' suit for divorce
J Miss Sara Barefoot was In Washington Hotel Mrs IM been tiled against you In .he Depot. A.P.O. 189 c/o Postmaster, Chapter 20.95J, Laws of Flnrida. has been filed against you ii the
Gainesville Wednesday visiting wood is president of the local ,Above named Court and cause *nd Sew York, New York. Acts of 1941, will register win the (above named Court and cause and
pia THE NEWS you are required to serve a cord ol You are hereby notified that a Clerk of the Circuit Court IB- and (you are required to serve a copy of
friends. hairdressers unit. roar answer or pleading tc the suit for dlYo-ce for Bradford County, State of Flori- i your answer or pleading to the complaint -
complaint on the Plat itlffs has been filed against you in the da, upon receipt of proof of r.ublication I on the Plaintiffs Attorney
'. Attorney Alan C. Winters, Jr., above named Court and cause and of this notice the fictitious I H. V. Knight. Starke Florida,
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter -
, with Mrs. Nelson Green was in Jack- EOS Florida Title Building. you are required to serve a copy of name of EI Rancho Restauran' uider and file the original in the officeof
II Mrs. Joe Wilson is spending ten Van Patel tpent last week .onville Wednesday.Mr. Sara, spent Thursday of last Jacksonville Florida your answer or pleading to the complaint which I am engaged in business the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
days in Pensacola with relatives. friends in Chipley and Marianna. week in Sanderson with and file the original in the office ol on the Plaintiff AttorneyT. on r. S. Highway: 301 north of or before the 1 day of March 1)54;
visiting the Clerk of the Circuit/ Court on Frank Landrum. Starke. Starke Fla. otherwise the allegations of said
Tom Slade spent the first of the and Mrs. Larry Gibson and Mrs. W. F, Barefoot, who is ill of before the Florida That the sole owner of said ou!'l- Complaint will be taken as Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyers week in Philadelphia Pa. on busi ,_ t day of March, 1S54; and file the original in the officeof ness is: J.1.. Edwards, P. O. Box by you.
Mr. and Mrs. Cesar Rivera were otherwise the allegations of said the Clerk of the Circuit Courton 6J?. Starke. Fla. This notice shall be published once
and daughter, Sandi. of Jackson- ness. in Jacksonville Monday eveningto Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hood and Complaint will be taken as confessed or before the 1 day of March Paled this 2Sth day of January each week for four consecutive

ville and Mr. and :Mrs. Nat Stern see the Jose Greco Spanish Mrs. E. E. Kelly of Clewiston were ,fcy yarn.Tui uuiie. shall b* publishedonce 1954; otherwise the allegation of A.D.. 1954 at !Starke, Bradford : weeks in the Bradford County Telet -
said Complaint will be taken as confessed County. Florida. graph.
berg of paytona will be weekend Friends of C. H. Quick Sr. will Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. each week for four consecutive by t
dancers at the George Washington you. 1 29 4t 2/19 Dated this !I day of January
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Junius ,regret to hear that he is in St.Vincent's auditorium. T. B. Harding. seeks. 'i the Bradford County TeUcraph. This notice shall be publishedonce I 1954
each week for four consecutive ] NOTICE TOPPER (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
with a kidney
Smith. I hospital "Dated this 22 day of January weeks in the Bradford County Tele- IB Circuit (Court Bradford Cuaaly Clerk of the Circuit CourtP
I I ailment. He is getting along as Ethel Pickren of Gaines- Amonjf; those attending the Ca- 1S54. graph. Florida IB raaaterr., > Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,
Dated this 27 day of January. 1954. 'Mario-i Daniels. Plaintiff V", Stephens 1/29 4t I'19
Capt. Fitzhugh Lee of Lake City well as can be expected. ville spent Sunday with Mr. and mellia show Sunday at the Garden Clerk of the Circuit Court (OFFICIAL> SEAL) Charles A. Darby L DaDi
and John McLaughlin of Miami Clark Mrs. S. D. Goodman. Center, Jacksonville, were Mr. and By Marian L. Crosby., Deputy 1/19 4t Clerk:/ Jla K_ ___7' __ ._ __,....__ .;r.-.z.=,,_....-..-.._---=._ !iI:__
were Sunday guests of Everett Mc- Miss Fran Taylor, Don Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. _

Kinney., Mr. McKinney is spendingthis and Gene Frogge of Jacksonvillewere Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Baggett R. F. Young, Mrs. Russell Norm811.iMrs. Florida CIrralt I.Coart.Chaaccrr.Bradford: Coaatr.

week in Miami and West I dinner guests of Miss June :of Jacksonville were visiting M. F. Hazeh,'Airs L. H. Jennings Horace Hamilton Hurdle Jr.. Plain
I Patel Thursday evening of last ) L. A.. tilt vs. Catherine U Hurdle, Defendant -
Palm Beach. ': friends and relatives here over,, Mrs.. Lex" Green, Mrs. Case No. 10-308
week. the weekend. Canova/Mrs P.-'t Noun and Mrs. Order Of PvbUtatlom Aad Notice
ll Mr. and :Mrs. Floyd Green and Leola Roberts. To Appear: State Of Florida To
Catherine L. Hurdle whose residence
Mrs. N. B. Rosier and children H. V. Knight spent Wednesday' Gloria Burnsed of Baldwin was and address is146: South

spent Monday in Jacksonville with in Tallahassee. the weekend guest of Elissa Stef- Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. Ho- City Philadelphia New Jersey.Avenue, Egg Harbor

Mrs. C. H. Dittmar. Mrs Green anellL gan Smith, Mrs. J. W. Andrewsand You are required to appear on

remained with her daughter, Jrlrs.I Attending the annual Episcopa- Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. spent 'March 1, 1954 in the above named
, Council of the Diocese of Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
!I Dittmar until Wednesday. lan W. R. Walters of Reidsville. Ga. last Friday at Cedar Key. seeks divorce with custody and sup-
Florida and the Women's Auxiliary port of minor children to defendant.
was the overnight guest Monday
j bar and Mrs. R. S. Johns of meeting in Pensacola Monday of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly. Luther and LeRoy Wilson of publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph in next shall four GROCERY AND MARKET

Lake Butler were visiting Mr. to Thursday were Rev. R. E. Green Cove Springs were Sunday weekly issues.

and Mrs. N. B. Rosier last Friday MacBlaine Mrs. Cora Quattle-I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Surrency of guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. al Witness at Starke my hand Florida and, this officials Jan I. PHONE 70 STARKE, FLA.

baum John Powell. Joe Sistrunk Tampa are visiting friends and Sparks.Mr. uary 27, 1981.tUF'F1ltAL WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LI>|hT QUANTITIES I
A. Darby I
James Blackshear and Kenneth SEAL) Charles
AVAILABLE: \relatives in Starke. this week. I As.Clerk of said Court: THESE PRICES GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
CUSTOM DiADECLOTHES I Gilder and Mrs. BweB Lawson who By-Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Building
their 24th |
Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. John were celebrating Jacksonville Florida.

L. D. Green was in Tallahasseethe I and son Vincent, of Jacksonville ding anniversary, and }fl'. and Attys. for PfL 1/29 4t ZUU'1'1CE .. This weeks BIG

BY DRESSMAKER first of the week visiting Mr. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding, who were cele- Circuit. TO Bradford APPtAK Coaaty /iIi_ ,;{'._, JtcO; _:_'"""O" ."4 _:,-.,>;4--If-:( --", ._".r..t-; -?- ,, ,-
fa Coart.
Trained In Chicago's and Mrs. Willard Pass. Mrs. V. S. St. John. They all wentto brating their 30th wedding anniversary PUrldat In Cfcan...ry.
went to dinner and show.William C. Berggoetz. Plaintiff vs
Hawthorne afternoonto
Sunday .
Dolores Berggoetz, Defendamt.Case
North Michigan Shops BLACK IIILLSPASSION visit Mr. and Mrs. Edwin St. in Jacksonville Thursday evening, No. 10-310 II SPECIALS

If Interested PLAYLake John. of last week. I \.To.tlr:.Dolores To Appear.Berggoetz, whose resi ) Potatoes 1St

Please Write Wale Amp altbatreJJ. dence and address is: 228: Cincinnati

Mildred M. Andereck SI APRIL 18ETer'J' Mrs. H. K. Tyrus had as Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews'Avenue Egg Harbor City New Jer.

Route Box Sum. TBMU, Tanra. 8 p.a.Sere. guests Mrs. Grace Ashton attended the antique show at eey.lou are hereby notified that a . 1 -
94 Mar 13
Sat. Prf. Feb 27.
K 13. -
Starke Fla. For Hr... 4. laf. Write Boi 71 I and daughter, Iris Thomas, of Lightner Museum in St. Augus- alt for : >_ '::5 A f",1.,.__ {fL.. -.. -. ,_ ,1 "!,__.._-. __ _H'-
Paoa 50311Lake Walt. Pla. Divorce SOAP POWDERS
Miami. tine on Sunday. has been filed against you in the l
above named Court and cause and

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand Mr. and Mrs T C. Hazen Jr. you your are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the vf RICE Lbs

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. complaint on the Plaintiff's 1 E 3 39CI
I grandson, J. Roy, spent several spent Attorney T. Frank Landrum. Your Choice
Iii SPECIALS days last week at their cottage Dan Hazen In Jacksonville.Mr. Starke. Florida I
I i I In the officeof
and file the original
at St. Beach.
I Iit THRU FEB. 6 Augustine and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd I tbe before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on Lb
it i I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews ar spent the early part of the week I otherwise 1 day of the March. allegations 1954; of said WEtHERS 6 24C !TIde CI

I rived home Thursday after a with Mrs. A. I. Sasser in Monti- Complaint will be taken as confessed '

5 V.C. Galv. Roofing 6' to 12' 12.00 sq. I month's visit with their son-in- cello. This by notice you. shall be published IFab,

i law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. once each week for four consecu- I-

4'x 8'x3.8"Sheet Rock 1.54 H. B. McLendon, in Orlando. They Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Williamsand i tive weeks in the Bradford County .
pc. were accompanied home by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Houston i Dated this 27 day of January, 1954. '

I,i I'i McLendon and were Joined by the spent Sunday at Sarasota.Mr. (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Court Darby Surf' 1

( McLendon's daughter, Miss Jeanette 'By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk OLEO 17
McLendon a student at FSU. and Mrs. Robert Oakes of 1/Z9 41 /19

Dr. McLendon will join his familyon Nashville Tenn. are spending ten XOT1CE TO APPEAR Cheer;
1'.6".x 6'.8" x 1' 3-87.00 Saturday and Dr. and Mrs. days with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie la Clrmlt Comrt. Bradford ("oa"t.,. ZCORN
: 2'.0" x '6'.0" 7.25 McLendon will return to Orlandoon Oakes. -

2'.0" x 6'.6" *. ., 7.50 Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Moxley of I :511dA&, .1fJP- .. -. Inrett
Kenneth Tyus. a freshman at Gainesville were guests of Mrs. -
2'.0" 6'.8" 7.75
x I 121hC
U. of F. leaves Sunday for Nassaufor Carolyn Redgrave at her birthday By Joer FLAKES

2'.4" x 6'.8" 9.50 a week's cruise with the Navy dinner Wednesday evening of last I.

2'.6" x 6'.6" 9.75 Reserve. week I ,"" -i I JIM DANDY -

2'.6" 6'.8" .. .; .75 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hartmann +
x >> ; Lbs
Paint Furniture
attended-the High
1.-.U kfrTand! Mrs. R. Johnson of Memphis 5 33c
2'.8" x 6'.8" 10.00 Tenn. were guests of Mrs. market at High Point, N. C. ,
Monday to Thursday of last week. : .
3'.0" x,6'.8"; '.- :" ,< \ 11.25 W. N. JohnsonThursday and Friday '
!, ...... ., .,... 1 y -'u: :;;( -7,
3'x1'b1: :: -: 1'2:45.. ; 6t last wee c; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hail of :. .. 'n _' q'u

Rutledge, Ga. and Mrs. Lucy Bow. 5 Lbs Bananas ft 10c

Miss Nancy duPre is .recuperating man of Atlanta, Ga. were guests ,
at her home here after an over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs : '

DOORS AND t3A'SH.CUT WINDOW' FRAMES emergency appendectomy in St. W. G. Haile. .
J so Beanslb'
Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville, on I Sugar 39' Snap 12' c
Jan. 15. Mrs. Effie Johns had as her 8

,guests Sunday her nieces, MraF. .
BUILDERS 'SERVICE T. R. McIntosh has received a W. Webb of Hawthorne and Mr. Tt8r up-On Quart and Chock
,FREE' ..ESTIMATES FREE DELIVERY discharge from the army and ar and.Mrs. L. I}. Pice. of Raatka.] the Oil- i .z._ '.- :_ ,,- -'_ --,__ _: ':'.: :-=-L-=': Tomatoes 12 'c

rived home Saturday front Ft.
Dr. and },{rs. M. C. SUlh and CREAM STYLE
Jackson S. C., where he was in Whether you want one quart
Use Our Title 1 FHA Plan the hospital for several months. daughter, Sandra, of Washington tires Cans
or ten gallons or your
D. C. will arrive on Sunday for a each 14c
c N 2 2Sc Lettuce -
two weeks visit with Mr. and checked we are always happy ,
and Mrs. F. Williamsand
Capt M.
Up To 36 Mos To Pay Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mr. to.serve you.Warrens.
sons arrived Jan. 18 to spend !

two weeks with Capt. Williams' and Mrs. W. G. Haile spent Cans 4c
father T. Williams, and sister. 2 23C !iCabbagelb -
from Monday to Wednesday of TOMATOES
STARKE BUILDERS I Mrs. E. K. Davis, before going to .
SUPPLIES last week in St. Petersburg visiting i
I his new assignment. Soon after
Mr. Haile's brother Lamar! ShellTires
arrival here Capt. Williams be- Super
Phone 45 & 333 Starke Fla. came suddenly ill and was carriedto Haile.Park Hospital.who is seriously ill in Mound I 4 Unions, 2 Ibs ISc

the Naval hospital in Jackson HUNTS

ville. He will remain in the hos- I Batteries
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Cain of :

'. : .' : c' __ =- f "'. pital several weeks for a thorough Jacksonville are renting the Kin- Washing Lubrication

examination and observation. caid cottage on N. Walnut street. Phone 385 Madison & Monroe Catsup 10' I S 0 A PBEETS

I Mr and Mrs. R. M. Baker of daughters Mr. and visited Mrs. Dave Mr. Paulk and Mrs.and I i

Colorado and },Ir. and Mrs. J. W. ,---,
r Brooks Paulk in Lake City on
I Baker of Detroit, Mich were
guests of Mrs. W. N. Johnson last Sunday.
I Ie Your Choice

Dedicated To Community Service weekend. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance were p'AE!' a. Can
""Movie Are Better Than Ever" in Fernandina Sunday visiting STARKE S 1fhC' I'
I Mr and Mrs. Heywood Curleeof
their daughter, Mrs. Billy Bur- CamaySTEW
If find name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Orangeburg, S. C. were Sunday
you your bank, who has been seriously ill Fri., Sat.-Jan. 29, 30
cut ad oat and present it to Boa Office for FREE TICKETS guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill in the Nassau hospitalMrs. DOUBLE FEATURE ,
Edwards.Mr. .

NOTICE: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY FOR PROGRAM Mattie Gahagan is in Savannah ClippedVings Lb shmereBouquetPalmolive
CHANGES, and Mrs. Claude Ganus of S E 44c
Ga. from Tuesday to Sun-
Callahan and Hubert Kelly of With Gorcey and The Bowery
day visiting her son and daughter
Frt, Saf. -Jaa.29, 30 Sun., Mon. Tampa visited Mr. and Mrs. Alton Boys ... ._o .- -
DOUBLE. FEATURE Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Dobbs on Sunday. Gahagan-ia-law, and Mr.also and attending Mrs. R. the E. -And- ,.._,.:y_...."4<:<. -_- _0' '-.."'. -_- ..___ ...IO--- "- .,- -"""-3 1 -


i DOllS Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lang of funeral of :Maj. Rushwood. The Marksman for Wooierry Ivory
DlY Miami the weekend with Mr.
/J '. ),Ir. and Mrs. Bert Newcomb With Wayne Morris MILK 37
i and Mrs. R. V. Alvarez and Mr. C
arrived home Monday from Koyu- Pins Serial "King of Congo"
and Mrs. G. P. Ra)mond.
I kuk Alaska and will make their Chap. 8 and Color Cartoon
J KEHOW[ \ home in the L. D. Vining cottage.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. I,. Dowling and -.u= "' I Sun. Mon. Jan. ,, .. -.c. __" "
ar!'t t / son Bobby of Daytona Beach 31, Feb. 1 -;<,: .2-.o'- --: -< for C
WARNER BROS:, and Mrs. Joe Sanders of 3
spent the weekend with Mr. and :
Valdosta, Ga. were Sunday guests- The Quiet Man
.t ? + Mrs. Wesley Andrews.
'Calamifi+ of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome.The Lb ,
Aad With John Wayne and Maureen BACON
Newsomes also had as week- 53C
Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and daughter. O'Hara
end guests, their son-in-law and
Jane- Sylvia, and Mrs. G. P. Raymond I Pins News and Cartoon c
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Morris !
were in Jacksonville Mon- '
QI.OI.. Williams of Lake City and Miss
ncHNICOLOIt W day. Newsome of Gainesville. 11 Tues., Feb. 2-ONLY I
Joyce I
Fins "Life \Vith Tom" Cartoon Lb '
And Late World Xe\vs Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas and !. Cirrait Court Bradford Ce..ty,1 A BlueprintFor ROAST 1ic '
r Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Colson attended Florida; h fhanrvrr. I I
Marion J. Myers Plaintiff. Murder LaYd
MRS. J. W. KINCAID the 50th wedding anniversaryof ert H. Myers Defendant ROb-I .$._, V_ .. < .-_. -- ..-- ''i''' ,=..c -' ,
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Case No. 10-313 With Joseph Cotton and Jean
Order Of PvbHratloa ....doUn: To
3 BIG DAYS Mrs. R. M. Cason in :Melrose on Appear; Slate Of Florida Tot Peters 1 ,

Tues., Wed., & Thur. Sunda)'. Robert H Myers, whose residenceand Pins News and Cartoon
address is: 2S14 S. Elm St, TISSUE 14cR
r Feb. 2, 3, 4 :Munic. Indiana. I

'' BE SURE TO SEE Mr. and Mrs. ataxia Carter, Jr. Tou are required to appear 01 Wedn Thur.-Feb. 3, 4
March 1. 1954, in the above named I
.4 Complete Show 3 hrs. 12 mins. visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Court And cause whereli plaintiff !, DOUBLE FEATURE 'I
J. B. Spencer in Orlando over the seeks divorce alimony restorationof :

:weekend. Bradford maiden name.County Telegraph shall I Cry Of The Hunted I "

!i Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Dover and weekly publish issues this Order in next four With YIttorio Gassman and qc

witness fay band and official Snllivaa Lb LB. r.
Barry :
I Mr. and Mrs. George Dover of !seal at Starke, Florida, this January HAMBURGER R 39C

,. ,. ,Hibbing, Minn are spending three :1. !tH.tOFFICU.L. SEAL) Charles A. Darby -And- .
!\\'eeksth Mr. and Airs F. F. As Clerk of said Court KENTUCKYTTClHw1COLOR I I
Plus "Carnival Counter Cartoon COlOl"TECHNICOLOR Flume and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. By Marian I* Crosby Deputy Clerk "

Alan Chapt No. 2 SerialMRS.R.F.DEMOREST I Colson. Charles Bide. Jacksonville.R. Hese. 204 Florida Guaranty Life IN Lb

Plus "Helicopter" Cartoon and i Attila for Pit J/2J U I/U With Loretta Young and BOLOGNA 23C I Iii.

Mr. and Mrs. Warren McGriff Richard Green

of Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof IB Clremlt Covrt. Bradford Coutr.. Plus Latest World New .. _. .. .
1h: Florida IB --- -- -
tot ."I'GI.C Mr. and Mrs. X M. Smith. Karl H. KaemuuMa.CVaBrery.Plaintiff vs. _, -_ : = _,.: : __ : :.; _;. __ : : : ..:


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Florida IB Exchange Building Jacksonville !graph.
SOIL CONSERVATION Myron D. Young Ckaaeery Florida I Dated this 13 day of January, 1954.
LAWTEY Tg. Eliza and
LONG BRANCH GRAHAMby beth Young, Defendant the file Clerk the original In the office of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
the Circuit Court on By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Case or before the
No. 10-26S
NEWSBy by L II. Futch by Mrs J. L. Strickland Order Of PabHeatioB and Notice' To 8 day of February, 1S54; ____ 1/15 4t J/S
Mrs Bonnie McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj Appear State of Florida otherwise .
and the allegations NOTICE
Bill HaasU. A....................... I. denee To: Elizabeth and address Tonne, whose resi Complaint will be taken as confessed I. CImH Cart Bradford C..aty
., is: 18 Cornell by you. Florida la rhaaoery.
Avenue. Hissena, New York. This notice shall be Arthur lannone. Plaintiff
A. 3L BLAXCUARDIS published vs. Fen-
We Birthday DinnerJ. Ton are required to appear on once ecn week for four consecutive ella Catherine lacnone. Defendant.
HONORED ON: are sorry to hear that Ada H. February 8, 1954. in the above nam- weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Case No. I'-n
SERVICEV. Godwin is very ill at this writing. Surrency celebrated hi ed Court and anse, wherein PlaIn- graph. \oflc T. Appear
91ST BIRTHDAY 69th birthday tiff seeks divorce. Dated this 6 day of Jantary. 1954
The women of Ebenezer Church Sunday with a dinner Bradford County To: Fenella Catherine Tannest,
Telegraph shall publish this Order (OFFICIAL SEAL) Cfcarlefl A Darby whose
and address Is
spread under the*large oaki : Unknown -
organized their WMU Wednesdayof I in next four weekly Issues. Clem ol the Circuit court :
in the front yard at his home. Witness my hand and official By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
R. Ferguson Chairman of [to support one covey of quail last week. Other organizationsof lea You are hereby notified tbat
at Starke, Florida, this January 6, Ifi 4t 1/29: a
the Bradford Soil Conservation nearly year round. the Black Creek Association Enjoying this occasion with bin:I 1954. suit for Divorce has been filed

District I frxr ,. attended were Mrs. Dan Good Mr. (OFFICIAL SEAT!: ) Charles A.Darby NOTICE .TO APPB1R against YOU In the above named
Board of Supervisors an- 4 r to help organize. an I As Clerk of fa CIrrBit C..... Bradfort Coaaty Conrt and cause and you are required -
nounces that the Board will hold George Brown, Area Soil Scien- Arthur Hatcher was here last Mrs. M. J. Burgess, Mrs. Ham, By Marian I*. Crosby, Deputy said Court Clerk Florida la Ckaarery. to serve a copy of your answer .

its regular monthly meeting tist, prepared soil capability mapson I week, building a road to the Mobley, Rev. S. E. Sparks, Mr.' Zach Jacksonville H. Douglas, Florida., 605 Lynch Building John Martha J.R.Lueddeke Lueddeke, Plaintiff Defendant, Vs. OB the or Plaintiff's pleading Attorney to the complaint I!

Thursday Feb. 4 at 7:30: at J. V. and Mrs. W. G. Fletcher and son, Case No. 10-273 Evan T. Evans. 11J LAW
p.m. the farms of N. G. Hayes, house, putting culverts in so folks Attys. for Pit. 1/8 4t 1/29 Notice To Exchange : -

Lloyd Green's house. Edwards Jr. and M. O. Harrell of will not have to walk from the I Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Surrency andMr. )NOTICE APPEAR To: Martha Appear.R. Lueddeke, whose Florida. Building Jacksonville,

highway to the house when it son, and Mrs. J. N. Surrency:, IB Circuit Coart. Bradford Coaaty residence and address is: 410 Jersey and file the original In the office of
Brooker, C. A. Griffis on the Grif- Avenue. Spring lake, New Jersey. the Clerk of the Circuit Court
L. A. Jacobsen, Area Conserva- rains. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Surrency, Edwin Florida / Ckaacery. oa
For some time the mailman You are hereby before
notified the
that or
tionist with the Soil Conserva- fis loop, and Hebert Nollman Joseph U Pankcjr, Plaintiff vs. a
and suit for
Carroll Mr Divorce
had to park his car and walk I Bernice F. Pankey Defendant I; IS day of February. 1954:
Service, visited Bradford Soil Con- whose place is out on the Key- Miss Enza Blanchard entertained to the mail box the road .and Mrs. Flake Watson, Walter Cue No. lO-:74 above das been named filed Court against you in the otherwise the allegations of gala
was so and cause and Complaint will be taken
:Notice To ABBBMTa as eoa-
servation District this week. He stone Highway. The mapa are in the family home on Grove bad. This is the old county road I Petty, Mr. and Mrs. A. Padgett,, : Bernice F. Pankey, you are required to serve & copy o* fessed by you.

spent sometime looking over the drained land and provides both Street from 8:00 to 10OQ: Monday: and was used by the oldest settlers Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Emler and whose :i your omplalnt answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading to the<< once This each notice week shall for tour be consecutive published)

progress made on the F.F.A. and .will show the different types of evening with an informal social] in this section. It has been Mr. and Mrs. E. D. McKinzie xn Riverwont I You are hereby notified '' Attorney T. Frank landrum week In the Bradford Couaty TtIt-

District Nursery. Mr, Jacobsen soil and land conditions. These honoring her father, A. M. Blan- the established mail route for 45 daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C suit for that a'I' and Starke file the Florida original in the office graph.Dated this 12 day of January, 1954.

states that the local nursery will fora chard, on his 91st birthday anni- Surrency.Mr. Divorce, custody and support of it the Clerk OFFICIAL SEAL
maps will be used as the basis years or more. We are sorry to say minor child of the Circuit Court ( ) Charles A. Duty
play a more important part in and water versary. Due to an injury received and Mrs. Mack on or before the Clerk of the Circuit Court .1
complete soil conser- that while they were pushing the Abernathy; has been filed against you in the 8 day of February 19&4; Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
getting planting material to the vation farm plan. la a fall, Mr. Blanchard has for trees out that had to be moved, visited Mr. and Mrs. D. Abernathy above named Court and cause and : .therwisa the allegations of said 1/15 4t 2/8
farmers of this cOunty now that you are required to genre a copy of Complaint wig be taken as confessed .
several "ears been cor lined to his Sunday in Ocala. ,
they broke the machine. We do I
your answer or pleadtng to the com- by you. I r
the work of the Soil Conservation A Basic soil and water conservation bed. But in recent months he has think that when this road is finished Mr. and Mrs. Earl Starling and plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney This notice shall be publishedone
Service nursery in Brooksville will farm plan was prepared for been T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla. each week for four consecutive
getting around the house in
it will be out of the of Gainesville visited Mrs. and file weeks '
up ponds I son the original in the offioe of in the Bradford County Tele FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
soon be discontinued. Warren B. Mizelle on his place on. a wheel chair from which he greeted and will be in shape so we can Kate Starling Sunday.Mr. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or graph.
the Brooker-Worthington Springs I the before the 8 day of February, 1954; Dated this 6 day of January 1954.
Thunbergii Lespedeza and Par- guests as they arrived. At travel it in bad weather as well and Mrs. John Moody and otherwise the allegations of said (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Darby
Road. Warren plans to go the close of the evening refresh Complaint will be taken as confessed Clerk of the Circuit Court JUST ONE ,
tridge Pea. two types of wildlife and improving crops when Warren ments of hot chocolateand as good. children, Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- by yon By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
consisting I. Raz Brinson, Pete Brinson's son, This notice shall 1/3 4t 1/29
planting material suitable to the waist Kinney, and Rev. S. E. Sparks publishedonce FRIGIDAIREMade
said, "I turned under a high
cake were served. Mr. Blan- eaca week for four consecutive
was home on leave from the Navy
growing conditions in this area, of lupine last year and made visited Mr. and Mrs. Ryles in weeks in the Bradford County Tele NOTICE TO APPEAHID
crop chard received nice and General
many use- only by
were furnished to District Cooperators for a few days. Hampton Sunday afternoon.Mr. graph. Circuit Court Bradford Couat,.
45 bushels of corn to the acre. ful, gifts which he accepted with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones spent Dated this 8 day of January, 1954. Florida la Ckaaeery. Motors Corp. All other
Pat Miller, John Dukes, Con- He went on to say that on his and Mrs. Jake Starling of (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby Fred Hayes Plaintiff, vs. Bertha
pleasure, and for which he expressed the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.B. Clerk of the Ouida Hayes Defendant. Electric Refrigerators are
tainer Corporation and J. L. Orr. soil have to keep Miami visited Mr. and :Mrs. P. O. Circuit Court. ,
light sandy you personal thanks. The E. Faircloth. By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk Case No 10-284 made by other
The Lespedeza will on well companiesand
grow putting organic matter back into Starling Monday afternoon.Mr. IIi 4t 1/29 Notice Toppe.rt
drained land and proides both the soil. guests were happy to see the Grace Lang spent Sunday after- and Mrs. John McKinneywere e To: Bertha Ouida Hayes whose cannot use the word
honoree enjoying his so NOTICE: APPEAR residence and address is
party noon with Aunt Babe Padgett.Mr. : Unknown:
cover and feed for About Frigidaire.
quail. in Gainesville last Thursday. I. Circuit CoBrt. Bradford County You are hereby notified that a
1,000 of the plants are sufficient Robert N. Hoskins, Industrial much. Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss and Mrs. Leonard (Harry) [ Florida la Cha c.r,. suit for '
Mary Julia Futch assisted Miss Richard Mullaly. Plaintiff Irene Divorcehas
Rail- Harris Jacksonville spent Sun- vs.
the hog business. We were sittingin Forester for the Seaboard of
Blanchard in for the 'Calamity Jane' Mnllaly, Defendant been filed against you In the Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
a shed waiting for the rain to road, stated that when the woods day with home folks at Clay Hill. Case No. 9908 above named Court and cause and

stop and discussing soil building burn, everybody loses. g testa.Mr. and Mrs. James Jim Strickland and Dub Eng- And 'Quo Vadis'Booked Notice To: Irene To Appears Mullaly. whose residenceand you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy com-of ? ?
land went to Jacksonville on busi- address is: Ullledgeville State plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Melbourne spent the weekend ness Saturday. At Florida lospital, Milledgeville. Georgia. Alfred C. Scott. 106 Smith Bldg., THEN SEE
I You are hereby notified nat a Jacksonville Florida '
with his Mr. and Mrs. T.
1 parents, Faye England and children at- suit: for and file the original in the ffloe of
8 PIECE L. Wainwright. James is recupera- tended church at Long Branch "Calamity Jane", story of one Divorce and custody of minor the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or E. H. SMITHTenth

ting from an appendectomy whichhe of the Wild West's most fabulous child before the 15 day of February, 1954:
I i Sunday and sent for me to go bas been filed against you (In the otherwise the allegations of said
recently underwent in a Mel- along. But as I was having one of characters, will be brought to the above named Court and cause and Complaint will be taken as
liVING ROOM bourne hospital.Mr. screen of the Florida Theatre this you are required to serve a copy of ed by you confeS.-1 and Temple Ave
my attacks of sick headache and your answer or pleading to the This notice shall be
and Mrs. Jack Brassell and feet were swollen until I Sunday and Monday. complaInt on the Plalntlff'e once each week for four consecutive Starke, Fla.
my Attorney Evan T. Evans, 103 weeks in the Bradford .
County Tele-
GROUP daughter, Peggy, accompanied by couldn't wear shoes, I didn't at- Singing star Doris Day plays I
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Mrs. T. L. Wainwright, were visitors tempt to go. the title role of Martha Canary,

to Lake Butler on Tuesday Dub England stayed in Jack- heralded girl of the west who, as

$ 129.95 afternoon. sonville most of last week lookingfor a beautiful lass n buckskins, was

James Gibson of Altoona was work, but failed to find any. reputed to be a dead shot witha CONVERT NOW

Phone 80 Starke. Fla. I calling in Lawtey on Thursday of So he came home and found six-gun or Winchester, a horse-

last week. work. He WES looking for work as woman second to none, and a

2-END TABLES Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green of a steel welder, but it seems he whiz with the bull whip.

COCKTAIL TABLE OTTOMAN Middleburg were guests of Mrs. has to be in the state six months As her leading man, handsome TO RECEIVEENJOY

.PLASTIC PLAT 2-TABLE LAMPS Mae Wells last Sunday afternoon.Mr. !before he can get work at this baritone Howard Keil plays Wild

FORM ROCKER 1-SOFA BED and Mrs. Freeman Starlingare trade. Seems it makes no differ- Bill Hickok, another legendary

announcing the birth of a son ence if his wife has lived here all figure of the old West.

[at St. Vincent's Hospital last Sat- her life, and they are living in one Screen Spectacle} PROGRAMSFrom

urday. Mother and son are doing of the houses of the property she Based on the celebrated novel

fine.Guests inherits a part of he is still not by the same name, and filmed W1HP.N
air. p of the A. M. Blanchards
considered a resident. Maybe we against the grandeur of historic

during the weekend included Miss are too dense to understand all Rome, "Quo Vadis"11 come to (Channel 36)

Arthurine Blanchard of Jackson- about these things. Anyway, Dub the Florida next week for a three

ville on Sunday, and Mr. and Mrs.J. now has work peeling poles for day run, beginning Tuesday.The .

B. Dye of Ft. Lauderdale on Lee Moore. After this he will
mammoth cast of thousandsis FACTORY TRAINED
Saturday.Mr. have work at Richard Nolan'ssaw We Guarantee The &

and Mrs. Jack Bozard new- mill at Highland. He can at headed by Robert Taylor as

ly-weds of Columbia, S. C. were least eat while he is waiting for the Roman warrior Marcus Vini- FACTORY AUTHORIZEDPossible

recent guests of Mr. Bozard's aunt, the six months to roll by. cius, and Deborah Kerr as Lygia! Finest Reception o

Mrs. J. E. Warren, and family.Mr. .
the Christian hostage with whom
he falls in love. The role of wicked o
Webster, and Mrs. J. G. Godwin
emperor Nero is played by the
of their mother -
were Sunday guests
European actor, Peter Ustinov.baOS.
Mrs. V. R. Reddish. .

Similar To Mrs. Effie Miner attended the By Mrs Ancel Norman

Above Picture funeral of Mrs. Snada Hughes in Chas. C. epherd-

Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVisitors -

Little Michael Norman of Heil-
of the E. C. Johns fam-

bronn spent several days this week ily Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. kRG T.V. RADIO SEAT COVERS
Small Down Terms
Payment Easy
Mr. and
with his grandparents, Maurice Johns and Mr. and Mrs. I

Mrs. L. P. Rafuse, while his mother Clifford Johns of Jacksonville. \ PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.

was confined in Doctors Clinic
J. D. McCormick of Macclenny a111MbtIUT$' HUT HUB
in Starke suffering froman
Hospital Sun-
celebrated his 81st birthday
attack of virus flu -
the din-
day. Those attending

Mrs. J. S. Jones of Theressa ner given in his honor from here You want everything and here's everything you want \. 'POWER-
from Thursday to Tuesday
spent were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns

DOES YOUR RANGE with her niece, Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Clyde Johns, Ronald Kimball, Mr. ) / I styled! for your !pride

and family.Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Burnett and Miss of ownership
and Mrs. John Rasmussen 1 ..
HAVE THIS Dora Clark.
WONDERFUL former residents of Lawtey, now
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Lingerfeltwere L
in Starke attended servo
residing Sunday guests of Mr. and

.MPjlie C gf FEATURE ices at the Methodist Church last Mrs. Russell Redding.Sgt. .

Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee have I POV/ER-
and Mrs. Buckley of
gone to Tampa to make their tI/l.e.
Jacksonville spent the weekend for
home until Sgt. Lee finishes his engineered
with Mrs. Buckley's Mr. ,
enlistment period in the Air Corp. thrills and thrift
,' and Mrs. M. L. Crews. Mrs. Bessie Steedley of West to serve you in all these ways !
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wainwrightand
Palm Beach is visiting her sister,
children and Mrs. Wainwright's -
Mrs. E. C. Johns.
mother, Mrs. McCormick, :
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Norman, 4 : ; T
all of Jacksonville were dinner POWERGLIDE
Jr. of Camp Blanding and Marklee .
guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs.T. Ic
Norman of visitingMrs.
Hampton were finest
L. Wainwright, on Sunday. Cpl. gives you
Sr. Thurs-
LeRoy Norman
Jack Wainwright who has been rr no-shift driving

stationed at Ft. Jackson, S. C. for day.Mr. '
f and Mrs. M. L. Holcomb of 1J, Optional on all models
time, is spending a furlough 'Q
some Rehoboth, Del spent from Wed- at extra cost.
with his parents prior to entering
nesday until Sunday with her

upon an assignment of foreign brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and

service. Mrs. Ancel Norman. They were POWERBrakes
The L. H. Futches were business
i enroute to Orlando, Miami, Key
visitors to Lake Butler Saturdayof for
West and Cuba. your

last week.B. Rae Harvey of Highland visited greater safety-
E. Reddish spent Monday and
the G. L Sapps Saturday. SUn-
Tuesday in Atlanta, Ga. attendingto and I protection .
day dinner guests were Mr. I
business. Mrs. Reddish accompanied Optional on Powcrglide
Edwards of Gainesville.The '
ti Mrs. H. C.
6 her husband as far as Jack- models only at extra tx>st.l .
Assoclational Brotherhood oT
\ sonville on Sunday and spent the .
meets with our church Friday
day with her mother, returning
night, Jan. 29. A state worker will
home by bus Sunday p. m. be guest speaker. Refreshmentswill I l n POWER

The County Council of the Brad- be served at the close of the 1 i .
ford Home Demonstration Club Steering for greater

"MAGIC-FLAME" UNI-BURNER held an all day meeting in the meeting.on driving ease .

Lawtey Methodist Church on Saturday.The fotl9Ii: i
Modern homemakers really go for this Optional on all models
I lightweight porcelain enameled burner pad Tuesday, with a covered dish lunchat revival meeting at the I 8" ,4t at extra cost. ,

irj ftMembly. Luu out with one hand, Or the noon hour. Twentyfourladies First Baptist closed on Friday of I a
washes like a plate. No more juggling t .
< ,
were present, representingthe last week. However the meetingwas
greasy parts. Give* complete cooking- ,
j 1 flexibility from hot fast dame to stay. ( R j Lawtey, Brooker, Hampton really climaxed with a fel- I 5t

warm heat 1 Heilbronn and Sunny Brook Clubs. lowship supper in the spacioushall I SK, k POWERoperated

Yours txclutively with the 1953 Magic This was the regular monthly : of the pastorium on Satur- -
, Chef ga
meeting under the direction of day night. The supper was served front

Miss Dorothy Ross. buffet style and a period of real
windows and
NOWONLY Mrs. Effie Miner, Mr. and Mrs. fellowship was enjoyed by those \

Frank Wells and children, Mary present I front seat 'v_

Ann and Nina, were visiting relatives Mrs. G, W. Roberts spent last Optional on "'Two-Ten- asd

., COMPLETELY INSTALLED WITH in St. George, Ga. Sunday week with relatives in Deland. Yes, the three great new series of Chevrolets for 1954-/owcsfj Bel Air models at extra cost
-'- ONE HUNDRED LB. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse
afternoon. en- priced line in their fie/ef-are also the only ten in their field that are'
w&h a dinneron
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miner of
CYLINDER GAS FREE Jacksonville were dinner guestsof Thursday evening of last week automatically powered to serve you In all these ways. Come In, see and. "
honoring Rev. J. O. Raulerson of /POWERED .
his mother Little drive the Chevrolet and this for !
on Sunday. new prove yourself
See It Demonstrated Today Buff Miner returned home with Jacksonville. About thirty persons fo give extraordinary
his parents after having spent were present Mrs. Raulerson More things more people/ won/, thai't wfqr a
Mrs. Wise, and Mrs. Mickel of four-fold/
his grandparents. spent the day with economy -'
Mrs. Rafuse and helped her to i

! Gas & Appliance Company :Mr. and C. R. Whitehead and care for the guests in the evening.

small daughter, Judy, were visi- This
was quiet a gala affair and,
ting in Jacksonville Thursday .f
if it is a fair sample of Rev.Raulerson's .
Starke Fla.
149 w. Call SL last week.
birthdays, the group 0

Rev. and Mrs. G. A. Purga and< regret that they come only

, !? i! 1fflj. ;Qi ,, i_ \ ._ q,-I' I.. son, Timmy, were in Jacksonville year. oncea II PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETS



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Evangelist ComingTo Presbyterian ChurchFriday Passion Play 'The Quiet Man'Nrith tanglement featuring a momentous

Opens New SeasonAt John Wayne battle the of his Irish
Long BridgeThe Jan. 29, Junior Choir BROOKER over dowry

I D .h Practice, 3:30 p.m. Lake WalesThe Due At ParkA bride, portrayed by Miss O'Hara,
with her ruthless relative Victor
r Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn- By Polly Walt Jr.

:a u ing Worship 11 a.m., "The World world's greatest religious powerful dramatization of McLaglen.

1 Mission of the Church". Congregational AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.REVIVAL drama, the Black Hills Passion The Quiet Man" will be brought Throughout the turbulent at-

meeting after service for Play opens its second season at to the screen of the Park Theatre mosphere flows the canny and

Methodist ChurchPictures At The TabernacleThere election of three deacons. Youth The Brooker Baptist Church is the Passion Play Amphitheatre in this Sunday and Monday in Tech- comic romantic maneuverings of

Fellowship Supper 6 p.m., Joe continuing a series of Revival!:Lake Wales next Sunday night. nicolor. lovable Barry Fitzgerald in the

of Palestine taken by will be a special speakerat Harden and Calvin Pace, hosts. Meetings under the direction of 1 The huge Amphitheatre was With John Wayne and Maureen i: role of a marriage broker.

B. L. Fisher of Martinsville Ga., the Tabernacle Sunday morning 4 ? Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Ob- Rev. Allen E. Young, pastor of the built last year by local subscription O'Hara In the leading roles it

will be shown at the First Methodist when a speaker from the Christ :- a 1 servance of Youth Sunday. Also First Baptist Church Lake Butler. as the winter home of the tells the story of an Irish-born

Church Sunday night at 7:30 for Florida Conference being held -4: : filmstrip on "Third Missionary The meetings have begun at .Black Hills Passion Play. It is a American who is forced by circumstances -

o'clock. at Park of the Palms will preach.B. r Journey". Special offering for 7:30 each night with choirs from :non-profit enterprise with all profits to fight every inch of the

These pictures were taken in C. Fisher of Martinsville, Va. church benevolences. various surrounding churches leading : eventually going to Florida way to gain a foothold in America.It .

July while Mr. Fisher was on his and the Keystone Christian Tuesday. Feb. 2, 7:30 p.m.. Rev. in the hymns. !charities after repayment of loans. I is only after the tragr.r death ,

second trip through Palestine and Foundation, will be at the Taber- J. A. McAlpine. missionary to There has really been a large .In its first season, the production of his opponent in the prize ring

will include all the familiar land- nacle Friday night, Feb. 5, at Japan will speak to the congre- crowd this past week. A goal was I attracted over 40,000 people to that he seeks quietude and peacein

marks of the Holy Land. 7:30 o'clock to show colored pictures gation. Public invited. set for 103 attendance in Sunday I Lake Wales and earned itself a his quaint birthplace in Eire.

Mr. Fisher is an outstanding of the Holy Land taken on Wed., Feb. 3, 7:30 p.m., Prayer School. After a lot of work on place as one of Florida's leading Contrary to his hopes, the Quiet

Christian layman and is well a recent tour.Church Meeting and Bible'study. Adult the part of the Sunday School attractions. Man portrayed by Wayne finds
Presented of the world's nothing but turmoil from the mo-
Choir 8 teachers they had an attendanceof on one
known as a speaker, Bible lecturer, practice p.m.
and evangelistic worker. In ad- of God Youth Sunday 106! largest stages, the setting for the I

dition to showing the pictures he The Youth Fellowship will have Remember, these meetings beginat Black Hills Passion Play depicts I
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning familiar scenes in old Jerusalem.I COLONIAL
7:30: so be sure and come.
will speak concerning what\ is I charge of the evening service this I
Worehip 11 a.m. Evening former dance hall on Road PERSONALS Camels, donkeys horses and a
now happening in the Holy Land Service 7:30 YPE Service 100 east of Long Bridge has Sunday. Robert Humphries, president I
p.m. just flock of sheep are included in the
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and
according to Bible prophecy. The of the Senior High Youth
7:30 Prayer Meeting been converted into a Hall
Tuesday p.m. Gospel I spectacular drama in which 200
public is cordially invited.Sunday I Fellowship, will preside. Others sons were visiting Mr. and Mrs. FLORISTFLOWERS CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
7:30 Thursday. by the Mr. and Mrs. Hill.
at 11 o'clock.1 p.m. owners [Joe Hill Williams in Lake Butler people take part. Scene changingon
morning taking the are
part on program
Evangelist Wes Auger will con- the mammoth set is done by about this questionI
the pastor Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell School 110 Mrs. Herbert Green adult adviser;(I I Sunday.
Sunday a.m. MornIng duct services in the converted remote controlled lighting and
will preach on the subject Joe Harden, Margaret Rose Duncan Jackie Dyal was home with her I
Worship 11 a.m. YPE: Serving dance hall this Saturday night at action moves from spectacle to often read about car thefts
The Imperatives of the Christian Frances Caldwell, Jerry Gib- parents> last weekend.
Saturday. 7:30: p.m. 7:30: o'clock and also next week. intimate scenes without pause. For AD Occasions I
but it struck
Gospel" Special music will be son, Leslie Humphries, Calvin The Associational Sunday School never home.
Tuesday through Saturday. Thevangelist's i Music from the great masters
furnished by the Senior Choir Sunday afternoon at 6:30.: Follow I wife a gospel soloist Pace and Rev. W. S. McAliley.' Meeting was held at Dedan Church forms a background for the action I. PHONE 218 Last night it was my car.
directed by Carl Roberts with this service all A will be received
ing young peopleare Ann special offering Tuesday night. There was a large
and his daughter, Penny throughout. An concert
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, organist invited to a fellowship hour in for the benevolent program of the crowd presentMr. organ Unless it shows up, I'll be out
will bring special musical numbers.The from 7 to 8 p.m. precedes each
Chaplain W. G. -Cofield'of the the recreation hall with Miss services will feature "Magic church. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal and performance.This $2400. Is it true that about
State Prison will be Slade and Miss Babs (j
guest speaker Joanne )
with a Message" and old-fashioned Missionary SpeakerThe Jackie and Laverne were visiting I year's scheduled perform
$10 would hare theft
at the Senior MYF meeting Lance as hostesses. bought ,
gospel preaching.St. church is fortunate in being relatives in Gainesville Sunday. ances on Sunday, Tuesday and --
I able to secure Rev. J. A. McAlpine, Mrs. Neta Dyal returned home Thursday nights, will be presentedfrom DISH fire and glass breakage pro-
i IiII Mark's Episcopal missionary to Japan, as guest with them. January 31 through April 18. tection for a full year?

Carol Cox of Gainesville was Three Saturday evening performances POTTERY
Rev. Raymond E. MatBlaln speaker at special service on
a visiting Susie Wait last weekend. will be given on February

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke Schedule of Services Tuesday Feb. 2, at 7:30 p.m. Mr. The people of Brooker who at- 13, 27 and March 13. These spe- POTTED PLANTS Charley E. Johns

SUNDAYS McAlpine is the son of missionary tended the "Parade of Progress" cial performances are for children
9:45: a.m.. Church School 11 and he born at Flowers WiredAnywhere
parents was I Friday night in Gainesville were business people who are unable -

I I IRPJ n.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon.;, Nagoya Japan on Sept. 14, 1905. Mrs. L. A. Mott and daughters to attend at any other time. & Son AgencyPhone
6:30: p.m.. Young People's Service After completing his college work Mrs.: H. W. Wait and daughters,
\'. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor League. at Davidson College, he served as and'Stanley Green, and Carol Cox COUNTY BOARDS MEET Nona St. Starke 13 Starke Fla.

HOLY COMMUNION a lay missionary with the Reformed of Gainesville. Meetings of the County Commis- ->.. ,
Jefferson and .. Church of America for five sion -:' ,:: ,i._.'. Court Streets In The Heart of Town 1st Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd.. Sunday Those who attended the Starke' and the School Board are --" &AAAAAA&A&&AAA&A&&AA A&&

7:30 8m. years. He returned to Americafor and Lake Butler basketball scheduled for Monday Feb. 1.
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 FRIDAY his theological training, and Starke were Kenneth Green,: Both meetings promise to be of a .

II .. ...,...,. .., ,, ,. 7:30: pjn. Litany & Meditation. since 1935, has served as a foreign Katherine! Harrell, Stanley Green, routine nature, however.

8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal missionary under the Presbyterian Jackie Green, Annette Green, John' Clerk Charles Darby said he
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Church. knew of
Green, and Polly Wait nothing out of the or- The LISTENChurches

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. St. Edward's Church SCIENCE Mrs. J. R. Parrish has returnedto dinary to be considered by the
commissioners, and Supt. H. P. of Christ ToE
her home here after spending
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.iiSUORRilDi. Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. SOCIETY several days in Palatka with her Morgan said that only routine
Orange Park, Fla. matters would occupy the time of HERALD
Mass T:30
Weekday &.In.
son William R. Parrish and family.
_. u,_; __ _. .' _. __ : .-- Children's Class Saturday 1 1 Sunday School service 11 a.m.11 a.m. Sunday Tom Parrish Wallace Parrish the School Board. Salute You OF TRUTH

a. m. and Gerald of Jacksonville

Keystone HelptaWomen' nesday Wednesday each month Evenings-1st 8 p.m. Wed visited their parents here Sunday.Mr. ( CHURCH ROMANS 16:16 WJHP 8 A.M.

( dub) Public cordially Invited. Nursery and Mrs. 0. R. Gano and Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship WGGG .1 P.M.
Sunday Mass 8 a. m.
maintained for all services. son Ray of Swan Lake were din- Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program

Confessions before all Masses. ..Community Center Building, ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F 6:30: p. m. Evening Service 7:30:

Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. Gano Sunday.Mr. p. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon pastor 1 In Starke West of Bus Station

Christian ChurchBible and Mrs. Frank Tinney and

CHURCH and Mrs. G. E. Green and family.
Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. WORSHIP SERVICES 10:00 A.M.
Mrs. G. E. Green and daughterswere
Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching -
m. Prayer :Meeting each Wednesday Morning Service 11 a.m.

beautiful 7:30: p. m. J. E. Sherwood,,, 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 shopping in Gainesville Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Sermon "From Heaven or Men"EVENING

Minister. p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer Thursday.Mrs. Prayer Meetings Wednesday

Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pja. Rosa Pinholster was the night 7:45 pm. Saturday nigh,

PARK of the PALMSKEYSTONE Church of Christ Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
ter Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall
H: Green and family Sunday.Lee Sermon "Defeatism"Bible
HEIGHTS Comer 10th and McMahoa WOODLAWN. MISSIONARY spent last week with Rev. and .. -
FLORIDA and Joe Green, brothers of
BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and son at
Preaching A. M. and 7:31
Russell Green, were dinner
JANUARY 30 FEBRUARY 7 P.M. LAWTEY, FLA. the Greens Monday.Mrs. HUliard. Study Wed. Night 7:30 P. M.
Prayer and Bible 11 Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez
Meeting Stud 10 a.m. Sunday School a.m.
J. C. Harrell and daughter spent the weekend In Webster
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. preaching. 6:15 BTU 6:43 prayer with
Hilda spent Thursday and Fridayin Mrs. Gonzalez's parents Mr. and
InterdenominationalAll service 7 o'clock song services,
: Wildwood with Mrs. Ruby Mrs. L. B. Johnson. ... .
7:30 evening services. -''' '''' -- '
"'' :: ::. .: = 'i< : -- : ..
Seats Are Free LATTER. DAY SAINT Waldron. Mrs. A. F. Hall and children of '> _=_,_ : -

BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. R. A. Bethea of Jackson- Jacksonville and Mr. and :Mrs.T. .
r' Hear These Known Services each Sunday in old Ma I Sermon Sunday Nite 7:30 -
Nationally vile is the N. Norman and Gerald
r sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday LAWTEY, FLA. guest of her son-in- son
Leaders law were recent visitors of the H. M.
and Mr.
daughter, and Mrs.
School 10 a.m., Sacrament Sere Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach

ice 6:30 PJIL Everyone welcome. ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek N. G. Hayes. McRaes. Hope Church Theressa"The
and Music Baptist
Dr. witon Speakers Mrs. E. M. Hazen was visitingher I
service Wednesday 7:30 m. -
DR. WALTER L. WILSON .f Kansas City, p. ,
Mn. Affectionately know everywhere Dr. English A. E. Massey pastor. son and family, Mr. and Mrs. "JIM DO"
a. the "heloved pfcysieUn. Dr. WtUontenekcs Bible School-10 A. U. W. M. Hazen and family of eerINTRU
f, the Word of God U n delightful Gainesville this weekend.Mr. Sting of Death"
nuinnrr. He U the nntkor of many
t. booki nnd In the President of the Kan- SEVENTH DAY and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and
,, ,. Ms City Bible Cellece.
ADVENTIST CHURCH boys were in Starke on business

DR. E. SCUUYLER ENGLISH of St. Pet- S Services each Sabbath In old Saturday. ATTENTION !
ersbarc. Editor of Ot'R HOPE mnraInei Milton Mott is in
West Palm
f author of many nplendld nook*, ineludlair Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sab- UCING *'"-'* Everyone in Bradford County has been stung, but not
biographies of Dr. H. A. Iron- 1'bh. bath School 2 p.m. Preachingeach I Beach where he has accepted a all of them have be n healed! This is delicate
aide and Dr. Robert G. Lee. A gifted exp I am 10-th mat MsitMil'nmntm (Mkotwy a opera
Vans ltor of the III U*. Will track the second and fourth Sabbaths job.Mr. of folimj-ttw artfical mmiww IMIWNIU. tion and can only, be performed by the "Great
Word each morning. and Mrs. W. C. Raborn of Ho iron live bait to buy. nil is a*tart
I 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. :Jacksonville were weekend guestsof unsatJOl of lilt m testa,. Physician"!! He will be present Sunday Nite to perform .
EVANGELIST JIM MERCER of Minneapolis. Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. IT IWIIrI-N springs tto M lull; B coffee
One of America's ontstaadinjcyounger fllr'' 1e-rCt'r Everyone welcome.HIGHLAND. Mrs. Beulah Harrell and family.Mr. at tag B jot teen it DM vator. Swims by this operation for you free of charge, if you desire -

: t'.ltt'liat.. Au anosaally Klft- Ali k Raborn is the brother of Mrs. vague desired" process de 111t1-41 of bilanct Bkt, strum and irmty.fiH. BIT rot. Any nj' !! No appointment necessary!! You can't affordto
ed preacher' who In bring greatly need
of Cod. YTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 'TTTTTT. Harrell. bah. that will strike. winnow ml strike JIM M. miss this wonderful opportunity. Be sure to come.
',' Pus is no fidget Looks aid swims like a In*
Kay Rowland of Starke was the aim now. -Pastor Merle Packham1VAL
MR. JIM PATS of Lon AnKelen. Formermrketeer
I overnight guest of Katherine Har- TBS a tile kit*of ad lores tauMal silver .leaf
wondrously eonverted' In theCkrlt ; plastic.Buy one for TOUT(mods also.SatsfadmluaraMeed -iL _. c .- ., .. ..
: "
$ for Loa Angele' Billy Graham I rell Friday night. SIIId Jl.00 *. __ '"..,.,.< ; 'j'S'J!: '_ -- ._ _
..._palla. Today Jlnt Vnon Ia a devout check or cash.Me enly.tor each hire.Soil ----t---4!! "i ??.?fi'ffy ,, .. ,, -_ c __ _. _/
and able nervnnt of Jeun' Chriat.M. Funeral services were held Fri pay posUte.i. ., _.. ..
.::; By Hrs. Lacy Norman --- "
a K.TACKLE CO. '.0.Sea 741. Lap,Fb -r .u .fr
.} ry day afternoon, Jan. 15, for Elaine ';:" > -----_ "' :;:,;; Al'j'ii'I"; < _"-_
; DR. JOn F.. ZOLLER of Mlchlmin. >ntionally "
Parrish the five-month-old daughter -
known re Unllt and former AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASunday
Dr. DuBos illl't'f't.r.f tae !Mutual Network program '. of Mr. and Mrs. William Par-
.. School 9:45: each Sun-
America Bark to God. MONUMENTSLOWEST
of Palatka. Elaine died with
day. Worship Services 11 a.m.
DR AND MRS. E. R. HARVARD of St.t'etenbarff. Dr. Zoller pneumonia in a Palatka hospital.Mr. .
U,. Barnard In the belotedpatof and 7 pjn. Prayer meeting each .
and Mrs. R. F. Gano visited PRICES I
, of the Central Preibyteiinn Wednesday at 7 Teachers
Chnrrk p.m. friends in Palatka Sunday.PINE .
i -ITjI !krida I meeting each Saturday p.m. Those FINEST QUALITY!
DR. P. W. DQllO.MK of Zellwood. Fla..IIkao" + I
receiving rewards for not missing
W". preitldent of Uampden Da- YTTYTTTYYTTYTYTTTTYYYYYY No Extra ChargeFor
Amdemy Sunday School during the year
Setting In Or Near
L. G. GKItB of Lakenlanil. Fla. .. are W. C. Hardee Freda Hardee, LEVELby
IIRose of the flonrUhlnjt Bible Prrby- B C. Harvey and son Eddie June STARKEWrite BAYLESS HIGHWAY[ BAPTIST
Church of lakeland.Mil. State
Wilkinson, Ellen Norman and son f

... STRATTON SIH'FELT of Wkenton, Larry. Mrs. H. M. McKa fi
Un. Barnard lUlnoU. Mr. Shofelt I. one of '..rtn'. James and Junior Veal and CHURCH i
moat beloted Gospel nololwta aad none AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAServices pm.d i
Irndem. Dr. Barnard friend W. C. all of Douglas, Ga. I

were calling on friends here Sun- were well attended
MRS. KK:\ET1I: REIII of Keystone Fair
UHckt. M... Reid will be our plnulstnt Sunday with one member added to Beginning
the Conference.' day.Those on the sick list this week the church. Rev. Hall was calledto For Free Folder

'!- MR HOR1CE F. DE.of Cklcniro will are Mr. Converse Griff Norman, Bostwick the 18th of the monthto ATLANTIC MEMORIALS MONDAY FEBRUARY 1ST
direct the Conference and
Bernice Mosley and Joe Marr. We conduct the funeral servicesof

G wish them J. M. Williams, a life long resident -, ESTAIUSHE9 1939
spDriliaCelebration a speedy recovery.E. ThroughFEBRUARY
Opening Rally -: d Harvey attended the of Clay and Putnam County.' 713 FOUST ST.

Preachers and Deacons Conference We are sorry to report the ill- ...AcrsoNrlLu ROIIOA

Saturday, Jan. 30 Tuesday night at Oak Grove Bap- ness of Mrs. Earl Cook, Mrs.Volley 15TH

Starling, Mrs. Sweat, Mrs.
dts .
Mr. Shofelt 7:30 P.M. tist Church.Mr. 4.
Mr. Gebb
and Mrs. Brownie Austin Phipps and Mrs. Verda Dobbs. REV. E. C. HARVEY
and children were visiting the Mrs. Vera Mitchell of Rome, Let Us Thoroughly EvangelistSong

HEAR Ga., who Is spending several weeks
DR. WALTER L. WILSON, M.D. Edwin Knights at Baldwin.

... Ellen Norman and mother Mrs. with her brother-in-law and sis- Wash Your Clothes

and EVANGELIST JIM MERCER i R C. Griffis and brother Roy of
I 9 Pounds Services Nightly at 7:30 P.M.
Lawtey were in Jacksonville Friday -

,Wonderful Music At Each Service S'kJ/l on business. Wandetfulllellpfo'thi1ds
For 40c!
E. C. Harvey, Lacy Norman and Services Nightly at 8:00 P.M.


Sundays 11 A.M. 3 P.M. 7:30 P.M. More Features! Birthday Mrs. Maudie Party Smith entertained cold coughs you can and acute uow get bronchitis Creotnubion due to e Come Hear Rev. Harvey Preach

ape aUJ prepared for ChiLJitn in IDC*'
We Will
MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY at a birthday party Saturday for
More Fun! pink and btoe package and be tan: >.
her daughter Shirley Ann who (1) Your chM trill lie it. The Gospel
BIBLE HOURS 10 A.M. and 11 A.M. More Exhibits! WES celebrating: her 12th birthday (2) It coataint only safe prove Dry Your Clothes

EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 7:30 P.M. More Attractions! anniversary. The party was. heldon i(3) It coatata BO narcotics to disturb For 20c e OLD TIME SINGING
the lawn where
putdoor fi&tCXC's IT Off ST e T.
1 Wednesday Feb. 3 All-Florida were played and prizes awarded. (4) ft sill aid nature to soothe u.t la New Automatic Driers

Day J. l Id Assisting :Mrs. Smith in serving heal raw leader inflamed throat and e REV. HENRY MARTIN Pastor
Sfrricta broochkl membranes, thus relieving ,
Momin .
Afternoon Evening were Irene Austin, Fannie Manning -
More spectacular than the cough and promoting rest and
v r Iris Pendarvis and Mrs. sleep. Ask for Creomubkm for Children

COME and SHARE the BLESSINGSSecure fil EXeRTING Bishop. Shirley received many ia the pink and blue package.CREOMUCSION. The ashsteria EVERYONE WELCOME

lovely gifts from her
Free Detailed Progrun at Conference IJ [8 DAYS and NIGHTS Happy Birthday to Homer Temple Ave. Starke

I Smith Leonard Norman and FOR; CHILDREN ..... .. .. .
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Tom Stallings I T Seaboard's Forestry Demonstration IItftk1I 'Angel, Face' Shows

Buys Into Jolly'sITr. WHU1
i .& .. Ole Dan'l} Boone

Starke. andMrs have bought. Tom out Stallings the Jolly'shalf pf I I Draws Big Crowd Here Last FridayActing ti -. -__ f f Trick Or Two'

interest in Jolly's Service I : '. 1J4 Cliff "Angel Face" Carrie was

Station and Restaurant on U S :t i' .. ..t.V the victor in a two out of three

301 north of Waldo. I kiJ :;: : falls wrestling match with Leo

Mr. Stallings has been with the!i : 'TJan'l Boone" Savage at the

Railway Express Agency for the I I # .
1' monthly meeting of the Starke
past. 18 years, and has been agent

in Starke for the past year and a|I -E- : American Legion Post Tuesday

half. He will devote his full time night

now to the operation of his new "Angel Face" (as he is called by

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business. I his managers) won the first fall

Associated with Mr. and Mrs -. fr. 'fa'r and sqaur1 with a new .

Stallings will be Horace O. Dyalof
Waldo, who owned half interestin '1 : '"nee Savage became the vfllian

the business with the Jollys. EE :Governor Charley E. Johns praises forestry industry in .tr-' .1 in the second fall and was dia

Bradford County and tells the croud he has just qualified as a candidate -'ualifed for using a strangle hold

Brooker Candidates for Governor, of Florida. This gave the match to Currie.

V\finute. Polaroid Photos oy The Telegraph) Mechanical tree planter is demonstrated to an adnu 1ng crowd of who, despite his previous exertion.

All UnopposedThe Staff members of the Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Bradford Count j 4-11 Club bojs. Equipment pictured hen- will plant I was able to serve up delicious

ake City, demoastrate the n..e of spiral gutters and double-headed iS.OOO trees per da: >'. II refreshments for the goodly crowdof

forthcoming election in natJs. improved prat tires in extracting gum from pine trf'e<>. Legionnaires attending the
Brooker on Feb. 9 will be a quiet I meeting.

affair according to present indi' lion goes up and up. better fOl'es-1 DemonstrationOf Savage is seeking a return
I Several hundred tree farmers TV practices are increasing thEpmductvity
cations. Keystone Mayor I match with Currie but says he
technicians and students gathered : of our forests."Hue i Long Silage
With the qualifying deadline wants a different referee nexttime.
Asks For Election bore last Friday as guests of the : ; to good forest practices
passed last Saturday not a single j Currie's managers are giving -
,1 Seaboard Air Line Railroad for an I which Seaboard always has encouraged I Set For Feb. 4th
race orew opposition. Only one Legislature the offer serious considerationThe
all-day demonstration and series of not only have more
man qualified for each post.. as I I lectures nine! : we production I John Hampton. Soil: Conservationist Tuesday night match was
follows. M. L (LeSI Beasley. Mayor ofKejBtone forestry subjectsThe : : now. tut more forests as :all in fun. Savage an ex-profes
'i Heights has announced demonstration was staged well It is a trend we all hope will for Union County announces -- who
incumbent Hewlett s'onal wrestler operates a
For Mayor, on a tract of land adjacent to the "
to continue. that demoTstration of
'! h-s candidacy as Representative a
S. Anderson for Aldermen (two roadside fruit stand and novelty
; !State; Farmers Market and was I Harold Colee. executive vice
terms). Doyle E. Hazen, and the State Legislature from Clay I long grass silage will be held at shop south of Starke. was on hand
year I marked by speeches by Acting nres-dent of the Florida State i
L. A. Mott; for Town Clerk in- County. i the Clvde Crews farm located on to talk about wrestling and demonstrate -
Incumbent Representative is Gov. Charley E. Johns, Rep. D. R I, Chamber of Commerce !said the I
cumbent David W. Green; for Sam Saunders of Midlleburg.: who I Matthews and a group of Florida commercial value to Florida of the;I the Lake Butler-Raiford highway, the various holds to the

Town Marshall. J. W. Thomas. I U a candidate for re-election. business leaders. QuIp mlls alone is above 200000. 'I Thursday afternoon, Feb.! 4, starting Legionnaires.
The registration books closed I Commander Charles S Partin
I Prior to coming to Keystone five Seaboard's Assistant Vice President -: 1 000 in production with a plant investment at 1 o'clock.
and the time for filing expired i all Legionnaires to be on
in Warren T. White said that it of of a million 'I
Beasley resided I a quarter L that
Saturday: Jan. 23.liJIO. years ago. Long grass silage grass hand at next month's meeting.
service was one of the most successful '. dollars.
He a
operates i % i is mowed, stacked, and packed, when Major Hatcher and his dogs
station at Keystone. :demonstrations he had seen staged ; The State Chamber, he said. has
I!I by the railroad, and that the extent long been a principal supporter of I snd it may be piled o? the top of will demonstrate obedience train-

of public interest was an indication a coordinated program of educatIOn : the ground or in a trench.No ing.

[ FOR SALE of the forest industry's i and research!: activities! backedby : preservative of any kind: was CARD OF THANKS
I i Argentine Bahia Grass Seed. strength in the area. civic and professional as well added to the silage at the Crews

germination 95.50 per cent.-See Introducing the speakers, White as businers! leaders farm The grass was ;oiled on top We wish to thank our many

For L. J. Green. Green's Store. said that Seaboard over the years \':.. Among the demonstrations were of the ground between two wooden friends for their comforting words

j 3tchg212W.CIT.U. ; I Ij I had had a vital stake in forestry those dealing not only with the sides.! and floral offerings during the
Livestock Lt ,
Crops & I from a purely revenue standpoint; : ;: : .. ... i economical production through selective -I I The cows were rather skeptical, loss of our dear sister, Mrs. Snails

6Gainesville j i ij I that the line always had been a 'I i cutting and planting. but :!about eating the silage on the first Crawford Hughes.-Lawton Craw

Production I principal hauler of forest products, Tony Jensen (left) of the Agricultural Extension Service demonstrates I with gum production and wood day but have become completely ford, Lonnie Crawford. Zary Crawford .

Credit -Association j I "MEN OF DISTINCTION MAY and that it is now hauling a greater a simple method of fencepost treating with solution of penta !I I preservation as well. 'adjusted to it at the end of the Clayton Crawford. and Mrs.

St 1 DRINK TO EXTINCTION." volume than ever before.He chloro phenol Ordinary pine poles are cut to length skinned (making -I: Cooperating in the program were first week. J. L. Lewis.
621 N. I
1 I DR. RIBERT SELIGEB. declared that although billions sure to remove both outer and inner bark), then allowed to dry I'II' technicians from Florida Board of ,, .-..
Florida -"""""' -
Gainesville, NATIONAL VOICE. of tons of wood and wood for three or four months. They are then booked for 24 hours In a Forestry and the Southeastern --

I I products had been hauled out of solution of one part penta and 10 parts of kerosene or burned oIL I Forest Experiment Station at
Florida forests those same forests I Lake City. They demonstrated the WINKLER ELECTCIC SERVICE

I are now producing in greater volume I and paper products plants built; industry. I latest techniques used in various .\.... "

Sell It Rent ft Trade Iti: than at any time in the past along Seaboard sidetracks. These i "Many of us feel that, as old as i! f9restry and gum practices I

i ni that production is on the' plants are providing us with about! the forest industry is, it still is in I I During the noon recess, Seaboard -

increase. 3.000,000 tons of freight a year AH : its infancy as far as potential production i. was host at an informal 'p!

WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow "In the last 15 years or so," said over the six-state territory served is concerned. And I am I luncheon served in the State

,White,_"we have seen 13 large pulp by- Seaboard, forestry is a coming" glad to say that although produc- Farmers Market auction shed. ,
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Rates Good Results Easy To Place Income Tax Aid I Revival BeginsOn I _

I BHSCagersWfflPlayReluraGamesWith !( % .-- AND
SO WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION ,. 50c Available Here February 1st

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c I On February 5thAs At Bayless Highway: TELEVISIOHSales

DISCOUNT OF is PER CE'tl': ON TWO OR MOtIF] l'URl10H \ Lake Butler There, TuesdayThere I j I

of the of assistance "" 6
Ue will be no basketball Bradford's girl cagers are rolling to taxpayers; by the In-

: : CARD OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS- 20c PER LINE "rames tonight (Friday) at home ajong now with three straight ternal Revenue Service. the officeof I and Service

(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) or away. but Saturday night theA ''ictories in the past week, andhave
of Internal _
the Datrict: Director rjsn
snn ras
S Snassas ssrsrrsrssnsr
and B boys play a strong brought their season's record
Revenue. Jacksonville will send an j 224 N. Temple Ate. PHONE 166 Slarke, FloridaOB'S
team there. Next
Gainesville High no to 4 wins. 5 lo"K's. Co ch
__ ,,"__k_ FOR $A1J-Pc.an lOc to 50c per
pound, AlMi ihellfd J''a's ",, lb. Tuesday, both boYs and girls play Bishop's girls have seemed to ffrtd agent to Starke to assist. individuals \ ---_- ......,, --___
S5i nr an) amount 321 Temple return games at Lake Butler. their after suffering the of their
A. J. THOMAS Ave. on Highway :;01. 4tchg 2/5 way now in preparation
Bradford's A squad went downin parlv season losses. They won 'v
ESTATE BROKER returns for 1953.
HEAL .. MStirke. FOR SALK-Trartor AIII> -'handl..r defeat Tuesday night 62-55
lOt Temple AVE. Telfc e with equipment. Information at easily from Andrew Jackson 38- Harold H. Niebrugge of Jacksonville OUTBOARD MOTOR SHOP
Florid* Bradford Co. Telegraph. :tp II!! when they lost to a stout and undefeated -j 26, Lake Butler 46-35. and Ketter- I :
P. K. Yonge team from will be available to help E: .
DESIRES LET J. D. OnOM JR. from I linus S9-26. I 4 2 MI. N. KEYSTONE HTS., RTE. 100 (Silver Lake)
LISTINGS ON HANDLE YOUR Gainesville that had to come ''Sandra Strickland has taken 1 taxpayers with returns at the

CATTLE- SALES! AND-HOGS behind in the third period to win. over the top scoring honors for the Bradford County courthouse from NOW IS THE TIME to get that Outboard Motor or

... u"sTI.I Live Oat Ha eh H>diie.d..y Coach Hazelwood's team Jumpedinto Power Lawn Mower in condition to it's best
i.--nl yrlZei" pl.tt lnrnTlllr Each Friday lead and team but she is ably supported 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Friday. perform at
....... a 16-10 first-quarter and Jackie Pre-
I bv Marcia Hazen Feb. 5.Individuals. during the months ahead.
stcyed out front 29-25 at halftime. _
u.. Laad.. Lane or FOR SALE 1" x g" x 16" Concrete vatt. Miss Bishop has her forwards who expect to ask
malt 'tract Block He each. Plenty of A. full house roared and yelledas driVing'hard"for the-Basket: 'to compile AS AN INTRODUCTORY ,OFFER, I can ,give you a

__ or pasture ...11. U fort Mortar Engineering Mix and Company.Cemeat. Phone Brad- the game picked up makingit and after long hours of practice assistance their data are in an urged orderly mannerIn r: Complete Magnetic\ Check ,and Adjustments. plus Fuel

Ct tract over.! 10 arrr4Cttr ..90..... 'L ttj easily the most far.exciting gameof .the girls have picked up on. their i iI order to avoid delay and con- L I System Cleaning and Repairs where required for a cost
the season so -
UU wluM for 're Jfrn TWBNTT-8EVBW FARM -! Paul Rivers with 24 points was passing. and shooting. 'I fusion. ,,+ w. ofmIy
.. For sale, t room house with electricity I Strickland racked op 12 points There U no charge for this serv- .
.HfIo and water also 3 room the scoring star of the game, but $4.95f plus parts used if .
Jackson with Hazen next ,
house. See J. L. Bagwell. Rt. 2 against
in there
bptrrk04 BHS were i I
.. aid far. tkat ea all the boys Rev. E. C. Harvey, evangelist.
ea Farmers Market 2tp 2/19
with 9 Against Lake
o. Ult.nt terI.sIt fighting all the way. Edwin Johns I high points. their lice.Bobbie's will conduct revival services a! All work is done:alter 4:30 p.m. on Monday thru Friday,
JUST A FEW LEFT Butler. the girls ran up
scored 17 for PKY, with Parrishand 1 Bootery
It's he
sad U abarLa .Baylesa Highway Baptist
it's U Florida We Dont Want Vm I highest[ total of the season. Agnes and all day Saturdays. ._
kcUere,. I cat ell It. 1.a C.. Have Vm Mullet second with 16 each. Line Church beginning Monday, Feb. 1,
for:Has Full Shoe
AT COsTI Lavon Lewis. Bradford's floor man Lawson, who has through Feb. 15. I A good business depends on its service to the customer.
several weeks, started the
w- JCNBO DESK CALKMMR &; and playmaker, was second high lead game II Oakes has "left theroad" Services will be held each night AU work is done with that in mind and will be appreciated
the by Charley
Daily Beaaladem, :73: Value with 13. and Smith scored 10. and gave girls an early
FAIRACBK8 MRSERIBSJ ROW _________u__________ 1.T3 pouring through! 6 points. Strick- and will devote his full timeto at 8 o'clock, preceded by a song as well as GUARANTEED
P._ K. bucketed two quick
Yonre _
service at 7:30.
.. Hill WIUlMU. 0 er n.-u markers and opened "Bobbie'sBootery"
and counted 15 the newly
B.tlr. FU.Camilla SMALL SIZE DEHK! C.\LF.%O.\R. field goals in the third period to ,
Lake Rev.
Martin the
Henry pastor of
Standard and l.TSal OW u____ 1.00: Hazen 13.UnIon in Ducky's on Call Street.
*. Auleu. tie BUS 29-all and later went Phone Keystone Hts. 3523
church extends cordial welcometo
His> a
Al Daylittea 20 years exper-
tarletles. Oakes brings
rare L\RGK 5iH UKJtK CAL. REFILLS Bradford girls got within three
eat quality reasonable prices. Open _____ "head to stay out front. shoe business into the the public to attend all services. -
Saturday and Sunday except by 1 40 alue AOW h 85cBR stayed close in behind, but couldn'thit points of the locals soon after the ience in the

appointment. _\DFORU COl'NTY: TELECR4PII as well the second half as they second half started but Hazen I establishment of his new store ,:--"''( '. _.=-n-: .=- p" ..,- _I-- -
cooled them off with 8 points in here. He was on the road 14 years
RADIOS REPAIRED did! the first half. Paul Rivers
All Make All ModrUCHAS. FOR SALK-Maxwell Chicken saddled himself with four fouls in the third quarter. for American Juniors.
ara.tH41 lianch well equipped. tools etc. The new bootery features ladles
Re..I elt..r half and was limited on Over in St. Augustine Tuesday
; the first
C. SHEFIIEHU7m 25 acres. of land. dwelling with all children's shoes In' all size
W. Call It. Utarkf Ph. :* modern conveniences and furni- defense the last two quarters, night. Sandra Strickland was too and '
ture. Highway 100. Keystone I veakemner: BHS. The turning hard for Ketterlinus to handle, as ranges. For the convenience of
house. Inquire Heights Koad. Phone 17-R-6. "hard to fit",
FOR RENT- in 20 big points. women who are
however, was she poured
DuaStation. tt ltchg !/a: point of the game, ,
at the third quarter when PKY put Jackie Prevatt was next high with Oakes offers ladies shoes in widths
FOR RENT-Clean. comfortablerooms. A to E.
black and tan T.V. privileges most reasonable through 10 field goals for 20 8. ranging from triple OX THE 8QUAR8Df
LOST hound.- Reward. Fraak Norman. rates Gardenia Home. xnnts against Bradford's 8. The I _- I GAINE8YIUJ2:
Mrs.' It Itance. Sip :!/5
ftp 1/:!!
Starke. FIlL last quarter was nearly even in

RE.'T-4 room cottage nicely FOR S.\LE-1937 Chevrolet Coupe !coring, as BHS rang up 18 toPKYs That's Our BusinessIf
FOR good shape Jits. G. E. large I
water JJO refrigerator S
furnished.month on lights Klngsley and Lake lid. used three weeks, |275.i 17. LpS If It's Glass We Have It!
ltp piece new living room suite The local lads now have a recordof
Box 454. 4 CALL WRITE or VISIT
J12S. Robert VTahUn. ,
six wins and four losses. frT/
WHY NOT 'TIGATE-Local (Touru Kmgsley.Lake. Fla.2tp lF'R /:!) Last Saturday night in Starkethe GREAT SEMR..ANNUAL
for a
has opening Co.
hospital plan W' Joe Peters Glass !
man Starke or woman and to surrounding represent. themIn area. RE-OT-l'nfur'1\1.hed house n boys scored a listless 44-25 c
rooms. 4 baths; 3 or 4 apartments. win over their Union County
Experience not necessary a* we I FOR ANY GLASS NEED
successful training pro- Scott house Inquire at Ducky's. rivals. Lavon Lewis set the pacein
have a
gram. Appointments furnished 31l"hg5 I this game with 15 points. 9 of V We Design Modem Store Fronts

daU work)'. and It you have are the not desire afraid to get to ('0'11O. : s.:.: I them coming in the first quarter. Just Mail Us A Pattern for STOCK AKRHG SALE j

ahead and want to earn in EXCESS -I Tin .M'EtlVL SILK The game got off to a slow .-. Table Tops
OF $$.000 YEARLY. For o blooming I IZ
personal Interview. write to A. A.Varmentler. .\ U..ULL SIZESBEI. i start but picked up momentumin 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353 .
P. O. Iox 3671. Jacksonville .\.:11.:10Z.LK\ G1RDENS I the third quarter with BHS 1t t
Fla. Stp %/5 P. O. Rat lOS EarIH... FU.Paaliae '
Karae ColIIn leading 39-13. At this point Coach
SALE ,(tt) Hazelwood let the subs in and ,
FOR REXT-4-room house on Crystal they finished out the game. Union #' SAVINGS 25'70' m331/3o/0/ 50% (
25 acre farm paved road 3 bedroom Lake, Keystone Heights. "Utscored the second five 12-5

1 dwell 35 pecan. 2 orange Partly furnished. Rent Reason points! In the fourth quarter but ,
able. Contact Attorney Fremont I
2 persimmon trees grapes. pears W. Tolles. Fist Office Building. I i it wasn't nearly enough for them FULLY EQUIPPEDthe .

and blue berries. Price $3,750 00 Keystone Heights. ftchgU i: to win. t

J35000 down payment, attractive .I P. K. Yonge's B squad swamped MISSES' & WOMEN'S DRESSES-COATS-SUITS -
FOR SALE-Perkins Early Mammoth -
terms on balance.-A. J. Thomas. I Okra seed new crop. dried I the BHS B's 36-20 in a preliminary most modern and efitcient equip- (

VU Temple Ave. Tel 214. Md E. L.recieaned Kelly.. Post high Office germination.Lake Butler I game Tuesday night ment available: to the profession is INFANTS'-BOYS'- IRLS'-TEENS' CLOTHESt I

New River. Fla. used by this funeral home in maintaining I
: for general office I .
ANTED-Glrl .
work. Typing and ahorthand re- I Ag Report Due Soon its well known standard of MENS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS :
FOR. SALE-Spinet piano. needs
and accurate.
quired. Must be fast
Apply Tuesday Feb. 2 from. % to tuning 1100. Mrs. L. Erhart.. ttt I On 1953 Practices Service.DeWITT .
4 only. Bradfordfwntture Corp- miles South of Starke on Highway 9 LADIES' BAGS, GLOVES, STOCKINGS ;
matteL Itchg 301. Up Cattlemen's Meet I l
FOR RENT-Five room furnished W"-"TED-Large family to pick :
: house baths close In. newly strawberries. Good house furnished. All farmers who carried out Phone 7 Starke, Fla.Koneral .

done Sanders over.SL It. F. Demorest. 225 lip O. C. Cason. Starke. Fla. liP agricultural conservation practices : -nfl srr=SJta S PIECE GOODS, LINENS, CURTAINS ;

FOR SALE-SEED CANE Old- during 1953 must make this reportby I Director Ambulance Service J
tlmey green ca-ie. Little Simpson. Monday, Feb. 1, at the county 1 \

Picked up on SOTICK Ratforri Road InStarke 0. C. Cason. Starke. Fla. Itp agent's office in the agricultural I Our local funeral hOme enable u to offer coavealeaoet to*

CAW with City whit Limits ipots.one dehorned dark brown un. FOR RE..T-C.Jin S room. toilet II building, Starke. wrvlcea not otaerwU available I OPEN TIL 9 FRIDAYS AND ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS I '

fler\ btt right ear. crop left ear. Tag furnished, gas stove. Reasonable, Those reporting are asked to
('tlntactSheriff' Inquire at Friendly Stop. 3 miles t --CC-rrars-----s rrs-rrr SS rsra CSSSS"E
In ear No. note D-Florlda bring receipts for seeds, fertilizer,
from Starktt on Keystone Highway
Office. Itp lime and other materials used during We furnish the hlgtut type service at lowest price and
the year. No one can be cer- aee..pt ANY life insurance policy in force turned by ANTcoapanr.
SALE S SF9 acres rood and .
FOR carried out full foneraL '
on graded road by J<* No- Station on 301 at Lawtey. Reasonable tified for practices u payment in part or In on a
gets GrilL Contact O. F. Odcm, 2 amount of cash required. application made for payment unless Consultation carriee no>> obligation. .
miles South on Keystone Road Shell. Oil Co. Phone II.tchg Starke.2/5 I IFI& this report is made. ___ .. ..- --arssrrrnsssr_ r_ aSt r_ srr 5rS_ 6 FL ----- --- ''''"''1--
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