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: February 5, 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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Pistol Used For Hold-up And Murder I I Cattlemen Elect Officers I Council Promises

'" I Taken From Negro Who Found It HereA I t S-- -. Sewer ExtensionTo

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:: : : .32 calibre automatic pistol, made his escape by tearing up a ::?- S -'SS S __ New AreasProspects

; I taken Friday night by Starke steel cot and using part of the SS
]police from a Negro prisoner who tot to pry the lock off a small .

S ]las has been door used for feeding .
since escaped jail. purposes. : for more housing In
_____ ----4 j identified as one of the guns used The escapee has a previous 5- Starke
S-S S brighter Tuesday
I by the Hornbeck-Goldman duo. record of car theft in Duval CounV '.

ARCHITECTS PRELIMINARY SKETCH of the proposed 25-bed who last December held up a and is brother of the McRae S 1 -IL night as two home builders appeared -

Bradford County Hospital Additional racing funds may make construction Jacksonville night club and killed Negro who several years ago shot : S at the City Council meeting,

poutible without bonding. !a Jacksonville policeman.The I a otaike; policeman Lemuel Colon seeking committments from the

Negro, John L. McRae, 20, who later died. S
: city as to extension of utilities to
1 told Starke police when they arrested Hornbeck and Goldman began
proposed homesites.
New hope was infused in members Court validation and actual sale:of action" a spokesman for the I him Friday night for carrying their flight from justice when on S

of.the Bradford, County Hospital -,of the bonds, with the year begin trustees said. "If cur income falls ; a concealed weapon that he Dec. 13 they escaped from the S Appearing before the Council

board of trustees following a ning after approval of the bonds short, we will probably have to reduce !lad found the gun while cleaning Savannah jail, where they were were William Demetree, of Deme-

recent meeting in Tallahassee with i in a special freeholders election. the overall costs of the hospital 1 weeds from a fence on J. R. Wain- being held on bank robbery fLI tree Builders, Inc., Jacksonville,

Acting Governor Charley E. Johns; followed by approval of the general BO that we can proceed with wright's property about three I charges. Hornbeck's wife is supposed ...... APola.rc !' construction. Alternative 'to r niles out on the old Blanding Road. j to have smuggled the Ger-
electorate in the plans
Chief of the Hospital May primaries.In
Arthur G. Burns id 1-MInute Photo by thi Telegraph Prevail the
property on West side
Division of the State Improvement view of this delay. the trus- accomplish such cost reductions'will rhe arresting officers were Cor- man make automatic in to her husband I

Commission! ; J. Turner I tees felt that if they could proceed be prepared and ready in J lehus Moore and Shep Tomlinson. I in jail. The fugitive pair OFFICERS of the Bradford County Cattlemen's Association wege of Starke, and Joseph D. Warren,

in other with the event they are For example Police Chief W. E. Thornton I were also armed with a .38 revolver a newcomer to Starke, who plans
Butler attorney for the Commission -, any manner j I necessary. elected at a supper meeting held in the Lion. Den last Ffiday night
< of the hospital project they should do eo. complete air conditioning, .
: E. O. Rolland, director i I Maurice Edwards, Jr. (third from left) was re-elected president; and
office in regard to the Savannah jal Starke, west of the county jail.Warren's
Based estimates the Improvement as now planned, could be eliminated
Commission; upon by .
State Improvement other officers are (1 to r) County Agent G. T. Hugging secretary-
C:onfiscated pistol and was told They made their down houses are planned In
State Boardof Commission of the hos- and installed at a later date way
of the
and Admlnlstra.Uon.Fonowing Ralph I r-ltal board's anticipated income I I when funds are available." I:hat it answered the description of Jacksonville in a stolen car, where treas.; Titus Olson director; J. R. Wainwright, state director:' ; Floyd'the $6,000-$6,500 price range, and

the meeting the local from horse track racing Jal Alai Preliminary drawings of the I i German make automatic used shortly after midnight on Dec. 16 Wiggins, vice president; and Z. W. Hamilton, director 'ent-two Demetree'g in the $8-10.000 price

trustees once more had hope that *-onton (available this year for the I hospital have been sent off for I}y Hornbeck and Goldman in a they held up a night club. In a cattlemen paid the $5 membership dues at this meeting, and a goal of range. The builders stated they

the proposed new county hospital first time), and the dog tracks tentative approval. When they are Savannah, Ga., Jail break and the gun fight that ensued after the 50 memberships was set for 1954. Wives of the cattlemen Mrre guestsa needed the committment from the

here be built without the (now being contested in the Supreme returned the architects will proceed .Jacksonville holdup last December. holdup, Goldman was killed as last Friday's supper which was in charge of Luclan Conner and I council that the city would extend

, necessity might of holding a bond election. Court). Mr. Burns and :Mr. with final working drawings.If Detective Gene Griffin of the was a Jacksonville policeman. Zedra Hamilton. Any person owning cattle or Interested la the cat- light, water and sewage lines to

Rolland felt that the trustees I these are approved without delay ]Dual Sheriffs office, and an F.B.L Hornbeck escaped the police tle Industry Is invited to become a member of the &...socia. ln. Blret- the homesites in order to get FHA

would have sufficient funds the the trustees to be in j gent came to Starke Tuesday and cordon stole another car and approval of the projects.The .
would by expect
To resort to a bond issue I ings are held the last Friday night in each month.
mean long months of delay, it was .time they are needed, to proceed I position to ask for bids in July. J mad postive identification of the made his way south with Duval council wholeheartedly con.
without Members of the board I pistol which Hornbeck said he I patrolmen in hot pursuit. The curred in committing the to
pointed out to the trustees by Mr.j with the project resorting I attending II I I I city
Butler. He said that normally a !to a bond issue. I II the meeting in Tallahassee were I threw from his car as he made chase came through Starke Bradford Band Will Step HighIn the extension of these utilities to
I 1 his wild flight from Jacksonville thence through Raiford and to the
on homesites.
fa to arrange for "We realize there are some 'ifs'In Mrs. Louise Kite, Starke, Hewlett proposed
uU theyalidatloaofbondslntheCtrcult year required 1 I the picture, but we are in agreement S. Anderson, Brooker. and theboard's through Starke, to Lake Butler, Lake Butler, where Hornbeck got Jack Trawick, county sanitarian,

I. Court followed by Supreme I that this is the best courseorations. I attorney. Mack Futch. where he was apprehended. j lout of his car waving a white Big Gasparilla Parade Monday appeared before the council and

According to Griffin, the route flag, of truce as pursuing police outlined a state participating mosquito -

School Board used by Hornbeck, with the ex closed in on him.A I A mounted, scarlet and gray bus and private car. control plan whereby the

McKinney Heads ception of the stretch of road grand jury recently indicted banner was presented to the Brad- FFA And FHA Attend state would put up 75 cents for

where the gun was found, had been Hornbeck for murder in the first ford High School Band Wednesday Some 40 members of the Brad every dollar expended by the city
Sets 3 Pet. Lid
searched. degree. Detective Griffin said designating it the Governor's official ford Chapter Future Farmers of for the permanent mosquito control

Agency The Negro, McRae, who found that finding the automatic pistol band. The presentation was America, will participate in FFA measures. The city would
On Bond InterestThe the pistol, escaped from the Starke helped a lot in clearing up the made at assembly by Jerome Johns, Dy events at the Tampa Fair have to work through the county

jail| around noon Sunday. He case. son of Acting Governor Charley this Saturday. however, as provisions are made

A. E. McKInney Jr.. son of Mr. : .. Bradford County School! E. Johns. Chapter Advisor V. Jt Ferguson only for county participation.Some .

aad Mrs. A.E.McKinney of Starke, Board, sitting In regular session Board Will Make Funds The banner bears the name of said the boys will hwe a "fun questions about the plan
this week became Director of theft the organization and will be used i:day", leaving for Tampa about arose and Trawick agreed to have

,te Beverage Department Florida's Monday, decided that it would for all parade functions in which 2 a.m Saturday, and returning someone from the State Board of

largest single tax collecting not pay more than a three per the band participates. It will be around midnight the same day. Health present at the next meetingto

agency. cent interest rate on proposed Available For 'Skeeter' Control Work\ officially used for the first time Teams from the local chapter will explain the matter further.

McKinney was appointed to the school building bonds. when the band participates in the participate in livestock Judging A. J. Thomas, Sr., chairman of

a.to aar post by Acting Gasparilla Day parade in Tampa contests.A the zoning and planning board, advised -
4 The bonds, which will be backedby Juvenile delinquency and time they want to Improve
governor Charley E. Johns, who county next Monday.It large group of Fu'ure Homemakers the council that he had correspondence -
automobile tag receipts, are quito control came up for conditions.
'I of American win also atIend
him to fill the vacancy from two sources-P.
picked tion at the is understood that the BHS
to be sold b the state for the County Other members of the children's : the lair Saturday, aceomoan.'ed -
created by the resignation! of -) I Eand will be third in the'colorful H. flair, of the Florida Planning

Beverage Director J. R. Hunter Bounty, However. .the county :meeting, A 'delegation Monday from-" the committee; delegation mere Mrs. Gasparilla Day event preceded by their director, :Mrs. and Zoning Association, and T.
Martha Snellen
and Rev. S. F.
Jr. who jreslgaed.to. re-enter pri. school board has the right to reject committee appeared with Beard. only by the famed Marine Band Zylphia Lewis. J William Patterson, of the Collegeof

vate bu!inesB. bids that call for too high Florence and the University of Florida In Driving Conjwt Architecture, University of
Jennings county The commissioners
As Director. McKinney is head an interest rate. counselor before agreed that Band. The Bradford musicianswill Miss June Conner, BHS Sopho- Florida-that could assist in draw
the the problem of juvenile dellnquen.S will enter the fuials of the
of .an agency that collects 50 million After discussion of the matter, be the first of the high school more ing up a zoning plan for Starke.
a with a proposed budget for cy was a major one and that when
I state dirvers contest .it ,the fair
dollars a year in taxes bands in the lineup.The Thomas said that it probably would
the Eradford school board
for agreed welfare work. Major items the next final budget Is drawn up, pp-rt Monday and Tuesday. She
has primary responsibility chat interest rate over three : BHS musicians, more than. not be necessary to use these
any budget were funds for the would .
moonshine activities. county help to the extent I was one of the district winners in
curbing per cent would be too high. foster home care for of funds available. 60 strong, will leave for Tampa'the preliminaries at Tallahasseepcently. services more than about two days
Upon receiving the appointment A. E. McKinney, Jr. per month in drawing preliminary
H. P. expressed -
County Supt. Morgan and i
said intend to fuUfill I psychological testing Turning to other matters, the! earlv Monday morning via school)I .
McKinney : "I plans and requested the
I the belief that the coun- ment
the duties of this office to the best He was in the Army commissioners approved amendingthe council's approval of same.
of my ability It Is a vast respon- Engineers, Air Force and Medi. ,I tya requested $525.000 in bonds Dr. Jennings made a present budget to transfei: Stamps Show Announces Thomas also requested of
would sell three cent or I maps
for a per ..
$2,000 to fund for
the commissioners a
but that I will tackle Corps listing mosquito control
slb'llty one lower interest rate. He is to sit j the city, showing the newly annexed .
with all McKinney is a Lion, an Elk, a tivities for a typical work the money to be expend.
my energy. mean.'I ; Realty Sales areas. Approval of this request -
with the State Board at the time
ed the last few months of th i
I McKinney. 32 years old, was member of the Peace Officers period. She pointed out the over was held
of the sale in order to reject bids up, pending an Investigation
born in Starke and graduated from Association and the American encountered in locating current fiscal vear. This is mone 5)
: of the cost of such
that call for an interest rate Over Million Mark
Bradford High School. He attended Legion. For the past six yearshe may in temporary foster homes previously budgeted for drainag<: _
in excess of the agreed three _
Emory University in Atlanta has been an investigator for percent :such time as some and does not represent new funds"it \ "lo Other business taken up by the

and the University of Florida.He the Florida Railroad and Public i would take them. She .I was pointed out. That property ownership in ; council consisted of
issuing a
Proceeds from the sale of the
served In the U. S. Army for Utilities Commission. Prior to I I psychological testing R. E. Jones, county road super. Bradford County does not remain I'lumber'allceme to H. L. Owenby,
will to finance 515.
three years during World War: H,,, I his appointment as Director, he bonds go a would be a preventative ,, visor, reported to the commission,- static throughout the years is indicated of Keystone Heights.Berries .

serving In both the European and I I' served as Assistant Beverage 100 bu'lding; program for the [in that it would help her t ers that he was short of help, dui by the amount of state _

Asiatic Theatres. He was awarded .. Director in charge of law enforcement Bradford County school system. her finger on a child's : to the fact that he had taken om documentary stamps sold by the

battle stars and other dec-. Other business handled by the and off work and had mad I Bring
two i an early stage thus I man bridge I county clerk's office during the -
school board at its Monday meet-
consequent delinquency. a machine operator of him. Jone B past year.

Big Leaguers Mrs. ChastainSeeks ing was mostly of a routine of nature current, consisting Mrs. Marguerite Hall was told that there were no fund 3 Total documentary stamps sold $10.02 AverageFor

Fishing paying for the children's committee I I available for the hiring of add!- by the clerk's office show that .
Enjoy bills.
ReelectionMrs. that they were taking the r tional help. $1,021,600 in Bradford County 49 CratesThe

With Pals HereA view of a possible district Bills were approved for pay- property changed. hands during 5 1 4LLEenfroe

Funeral TuesdayFor court, but that It would ment and the meeting adjourn i 1953.

couple ''of major league ball I Jessie Chastain of Hamp- j leelslative action. and in the hi the middle of the afternoon. volume of locally produced
the fishing in Mrs. M. M. AdamsMrs. County Clerk Charles Darby strawberries picked up this week
players sampled |ton. County Commissioner! from I

this that area the "fishing last week was and fine"reported here. :.(District Four (Hampton, Graham, Magdalena Mueller Adams, March Of Dimes Already Tops 1953; of reported$1,021.60 documentary in 1953 for stamp property sales 'reported\8 the Starke sale of Farmers 49 crates.Market

died: at the home of deeds
Down to do a bit of angling :Theressa) announced yesterday 62 Sunday alone. Since $1 in stampsis Selling at an average price of
her daughter. Mrs. Luke Feeneyof required' for each $1 that $10.02, the 49 crates brought a
and she will be
candidate for
with old friends Herb Thomas i a reelection
Jerome Johns were Eddie Lopat. I in the spring primaries.Mrs. Starke. after a long illness. Mothers Drive Also Out In Front sale price, the over-a-million dollar total revenue of $490.87. Prices

York Yankees, and Mrs. Adams was born May 20. property transaction figure results. ranged from $8 to $11.25 per crate.
of the New Chastain was appointed 1S92 in New Jersey a daughterof ,, Quality was reported as being
Enos "Country" Slaughter of the As of afternoon' With from Starke
Dr. E. L. commissioner in 1949 to fill the the late Charles and Charlotte I Wednesday I reports only I II : Clerk Darby said that the stamp very good.
St. Louis Cardinals. tabulations showed that the.1954 and KIn<;*sJev Lake. Mrs. E. D. -
old friend of Lo- unexpired term of her late has- Rinehart Mueller. She was a I sales figure quoted above does not
Wynmuller an Tenly, chairman said
member of the Methodist Church. Bradford March of Dimes
pat's from St Augustine. was in hind T. C. Chastain! and is now County that' receipts from the Mothers I include stamps sold for correction Leon L. Renfroe, chairman of Non-Voters Must

the party, too.Slaughter. completing her first full term on 're Surviving her husband besides John her J. Adams daughter of, had already exceeded 1953's total March on Polio are already in excess -I:.of deeds or those stamps sold to the Board of County Commission- Return Cards

his wife, and mother the board. of $1,426 but that the current of the total raised last year pp'vate concerns for other pur- ers announced yesterday that he
Cairo. N. Y. three sons Stanley
fished with L. M. Gaines on Santa John drive was about $1.200 short of from the entire county. All districts poses. will be a candidate for re-election By February 15th
M. Adsras U S Navy ,.
Fe Lake while Thomas carried Couple To Operate dams Jr. T tl1 \il1e, N. Y.. and the $3,000 goal set for 1954. I reporting so far have exceeded -' <: Ommissioner front District
Lopat and Dr. Wynmuller out on their last year's figure I Scouts To Observe ,Two (North Starke) in the spring t The Supervisor of Registration
Raymond Ada**"?. Cairo. N. Y.; a In announcing the total receiptsas ,
Alto and Grandin Lakes. New Snack BarMr. with the exceotion of Kingsley primaries.Mr. Marian L. Crosby, calls attentionto
Bill Cairo N. Y., National
brother. Mueller Week
Lopat, who had the best pitching of Wednesday, Benedict Flnzer, Lake Mrs. Tenly said. Renfroe is completing his !f the coming Primary election.
percentage (16-4) in the : and Mrs. George Slinger -nd four sister- Mrs. Emily Jr., chairman of the drive said :With Special Events first term of four years on the !May 4, when many officials of Interest
The three ton
rimple. Miami: Mrs. Bertha Law- areas reporting ,
American League last year and have recently moved to Starke and however, that there were other I board. and served as vice chair- 1, to residents of Bradford
-ence, Jjoa Angeles. Calif., and I 180 far are: Northeast Starke, Mrs. I
won two World Series games: for'I will operate The Snack Bar at 323 He I I Members of Boy Scout Troop 70 man last year before his election i County will come up for consideration. -
Mrs. 'Efczabeth Cox and Mrs. sources to be heard from yet. Chas. A. Darby chairman, $167.91; I
the Yankees runs a baseball Temple Avenue. II i will observe Scout Week, starting as chairman at the first meeting Only those who have regis
Lottie Volker. both of Cairo. N. Y. was very optimistic about reachIng Southwest Starke, Mrs. Nat Dan-
school In St Augustine. I The Slingers announce that they Funeral services were held Tuesday kel chairman $132.85; and North- Feb. 7, with several special events. ;in January. tered can vote in this primary,
that I
said there was some the $3,000 goal and said I i Jdrf'W) is the time to take care
Thomas will cater to family trade, and morning at 11 o'clock in the :west Starke. Mrs. Al Harley m' This Sunday is designated as \
talk exchanged about possibly he hoped to have the final results National Scout of this matter.
will serve breakfast short orders, eWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev.T. chairman 10264. Total reported Boy Sunday and Crawford Oilers ,, .
locating a baseball school here. sandwiches and drinks. G. Mitchell officiating. The ready for publication within a to date: $590.21. i all Scouts will be in church servIces The registration "- '-' now

moved to Starke from in uniform. in the precincts for the convenience
I open
They N. Y. for week or 10 days. I
b-xlv was sent to Cairo, Mrs. Tenly la well pleased with For Commission
Gasoline Dealers Gainesville where Mr. Slinger is aeraduath | On of the voters, as follows:
I burial. The March of Dimes dance was results of the drive so far, as Wednesday, the Scouts will
Elect Gumber i assistant in c'in'cal servIces termed a big success by Finzer. I compared with last year when only (present a special program at the I Precinct No. 1 Lawtey at
at the University of Florida. 5300had Rotary Club is 70'a E L. (LartonCrawford stated Roberts' Store.
ue said that slightly over $536 was raIsed' by the Mothers : whjch Troop
Head Of New Group :'They have three daughters and Gideons Elect been cleared on the dance this March in the entire county. She sponsoring institution. yp!'terday that he will be a candi- Percinct No. 4 Graham, at

,will reside In an apartment above Officers For YearThe Year, as compared with $119 for (' expressed herself as being hopeful j Thursday night Feb. 1L the date for County Commissionerfrom Mrs. Geo. Rivers home.
of District Two (North Starke) Precinct No. 5 Hampton, at
The newly formed chapter their place of business.Newcomb last year. (that the Mothers March quota of ,Scouts will have a covered dish S
the Allied Gasoline Retailers Assn.I first annual meeting of the The Mothers March, for which i $1,000 would be reached. supper at the Methodist recreation. In the spring primaries. Home's store.PrecInct .

of Bradford County met Tuesday : NamedTo Gideons was h"ld in the Magnolia full reports are not in yet, has KalL: All parents will be invited,. Mr. Crawford has previouslyerved TTo 6 Therein, at

night In the courthouse and elected Hotel Tuesday evening, February already exceeded last year's $555, as the purpose is to get adults, one two-year tern and one Mrs. Delaney Dickinson's home.
the following officers. Local Board 18 2. Finzer said. Obedience Training more interested in Scouting. four-year term on the board.: He PerHnct No. 7 New River, at

Cumber chairman Frank L. Linsin: was re-elected said that a formal announcement Mrs. Mama Wiggins' home.
Joe : O. Anyone who did not get to contribute Will Be Shown
Broadway. co-chairman: L. BRed Gilbert S. Newcomb- Starke president; J. T. Quigley, vice- to the March of Dimes and.1 I On Saturday, Feb. 13, the Scouts j:would be forthcoming tit a later Perdsct No. 8 Brooker, at I
has been appointed: as a member At Legion MeetingMajor will go to Gainesville for a Scout date. Coteon's Store.
( ) Alvarez, secretary: and resident; J. F. Jaudon. treasurer: still wants to, can mail contributions at the;! I
G. L. (Tiny) Lovell, treasurer. of Local Board No. 18, Selective arl Norman secretary; Rev. Fred to Benedict Finzer, Jr., Box I Festival held annually will demon. PrecInct No. 2 and 3 at Starke,

The main topic of discussionwas I -l'l ffii ? vj "'incv caused .Dodd, Chaplain. Offices of Bible 903 Starke. Harry M. Hatcher of armory there. They Bradford Lodge courthouse. ;

the two per cent refund ol by the resignation of W. H. Hart. I[secretary church assignment Finzer said that he would like I Camp Blanding, who started dog strate Scouting skills. Attention Is also called to ;

the seven cent state tax on gaso. Local Board 18 serves Rradford ecretary &nl, advertising secretary to thank everyone"who helped witl;'I'training! as a hobby in 1949 and Meeting DelayedThe the cards which were sent out

line. Chairman Cumber Urge I and Union counties. Other will be appointed at the next |I[saw one of h's dogs win the coveted Income Tax AidA from the office of the Supervisor
mem-I the drive that is Impossible
the members to contact: thei! bers of the board are monthly busIness meeting. I ; : U D. utility dog) degree hi special practfct meeting recent'y. These went to an persons -
I for him to get around and than]!!" of Bradford Lodge ITo. 35 F. &
state representatives asking then l Crews New River. chairman Mil Toarly 2.000( Fiblss and Testaments -' Jacksonville recently, will appearat represen'at've of the Collecto;r who were not checked on the
to support the bill. D. H. Dukes, V.'orthinjrton Sr1ngs.I i have been distributed byte everyone personally. the Starke American Legion of internAl Revenue will be alI t -A, M. scheduled for ton'ght (Fri. urednct books as voting In any

All members are asked to at. I Rtvke r.dPOns in 1953. Goal meeting next Tuesday night tc I the COt ..hm,- h"re tod v (Friday I *tv) has be n postponed: until .f the elections during 1952. Un-

tend the meeting Tuesday night Farm Bureau Notice for 1954 win include Bibles and Singing Convention demonstrate obedience training. ) from 8AA a. m. until 5 p I,'| .tomorrow,....1) n'ptt, (tcjrday S ) at t..,, tfi.s'! cards are returned by

Feb. 0, at 8 o'clock in the courthouse ,Ti'sarr>ents h"'*?? nlaced in Lake ,. CeTuniTidfr C"harlP5 S. Partte' !I m. for the pT"v>ee of ass'stini: I! ,Fl'hT'U'U'Y 15. the names of those
Union-Bradford Sing at the Brook to turn out w'." la-we tax re Th? regular W-nontWv meetingS ifllsna! t i>> will be removed
bringing with them anj]r -The Ba<"ard F'-> 'uru wi!] Butler and Lake; City Schools. urges an Legionnaires : the public report

proepective member. A good at,- "M't ton'srht (P-**"'' t ?:SO( R"ffular rr.''ot'ns:: are being held :. er Baptist'Church Sunday after,. for this neting Refreshment I tints '!: .ftre '" "., <%vi'ee for thi! of Bradford Lode will >e held at S!rr., the Precinct Pecks, In ac

tendance is very Important. o'clock in the courtiers. at RfordP-n. neon at two o'clock. w.l be Eprrc-l by C. L. Currie. I service. I II 7-30 p. m., Monday Ftp. 8. cordance with State law.

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'YYYVYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYYY king your answer or pleading to the complaint attorney, and I r
any such claim or of Eunice Alvarei Canova.
BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS 0'the Plaintiffs
Supervisor Alpren and Mr. T. Attorney mand not so filed shall be de-I deceased.
Landrum, Starke, F. A. I
HAMPTONby Marshall cf the State Departmentof Florida First publication January !!, US 4.
COUNTY EDITOR Education visited our school and file the original In the office of As administrator of the Estate I 1/%% 4t tilt
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .
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VIEWPOINTMEMBER last Wednesday. or before the 22 day of February.
Mrs. Win. W. HammondMr.
Our school children contributed allegations of
said Complaint will be taken
AAAAAAA AAAAAAAA J23 to the "March of Dimes". confess by you. as
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Our fourth and fifth grades are This notice shall be published SEE THE NEW
Mr. and :Mrs. Joe E. Williams once etch week for
favors to four consecutive
tray send to
PllbUShe4 every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, undethe r and daughter, Dorothy Jane, of the Veterans Hospital at Lake I graph'Dated weeks In the Bradford County Tele

Aet of Starch S, 1879. Tampa stopped by for a short visit City for Washington's birthday. this 20 day of January, 1954. LAWN! BOYPOWER
with their son and wife, Dick and OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb
Carol Ann Johnson was a week- Clerk of the Circalt Court.!
; Martha enroute home from
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATlOr end visitor in Astor. Joyce and By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

;1 hassee.Miss Pnacilla Attwood of De- Kathy Mississippi.Conklin Bonnie are visiting Nazworth in NOTICE 'TO APPEAR 1/22 4t 2/12 % LAWN\ MOWER

la CtrcBlt CoBrt Bradford ,
land was a weekend guest of Mr. Coaaty
the weekend with' her sisterin
spent Florldai IB CJulII"' ".
I and Mrs. Dick Williams. Palatka.On Anne Bullock, Plaintiff, vs. BenJamin -
TO Bradford Farmers AT
: County Col6nef"A7: E'ullock, 4th Defendant.
LL J. Turner, U. S.
29 the
January second and Case No. 10-292
I A. Administrator of Chaplains, visited Notice To Appear
SUBJECT The Starke State Farmers MarketTHE the J. W. Home's Wednes- third grades had a lovely birth- To: Benjamin Bullock, 4th, whose
: day party for Frances Lott. Wil- residence and address is: 4618 Spruce STARKE HARDWARE\
I day afternoon enroute to Wash- lie Mae Davis, and James McKin- Street You, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. CO.
are hereby notified that a
ington, D. C. for a reassignment. suit for
TIME: HAS COME FOR SOME PLAIN TALK I He returned from Korea Jan. 1, ney.A Divorce, custody and control of
number of our children are minor child MADE BY THE MAKERS OF
THIS IS IT ;1954. He was a pastor of the
at home with mumps. Both school, baa been filed against you In the
I First Baptist church while a student above named Court and cause and
attendance and the lunch room at- JOHNSON & EVINRUDE
you ae required to serve a copy of
It is said that most people do not appreciate freedom until they lose it. at Stetson University about tendance is down considerably.There your answer or pleading to the
be said of the Starke State Farmers Market if it I seventeen years ago, so he re- complaint on the Plaintiff's
The same thing might were 62 of our pupils and Attorney T. Frank Landrum '
ceases to operate. Many produce and pecan growers do not seem to fully ioiced to see the growth of the five of our teachers in religious Starve. Florida Buy Yours Now On The
church and the new pastorium. and file the original In the office of
appreciate its value to them now. But suppose they lost the market? Mr. and Mrs. Vascoe Bussey ofValaosta services last Sunday. the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on

Undoubtedly the farmers of this immediate area would then realize how Ga. spent Saturday Willow Ruth Hammond was in or 22 dAY of February, 1954; EASY PAYMENT
much it had meant to them, but the realization would come too late. !I I night with their larents, Mr. and Gamesville last Saturday. Iris Mc-I Complaint otherwise the will be allegations taken as confessed of said PLAN
Cullough visited friends in Pal at-
:Mrs. John H. Parker. by you.
Most growers have just assumed that they would always have the I ka last Saturday and Ruth Perry This notice shall ue publishedonce
market here. Now they find this is not necessarily the case. The market I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaskinsand visited her aunt and uncle at weeKs:each In the week E'radford for four County consecutive Telegraph I I
son Tommy spent Thursday
has failed to even operating expenses almost every year since it was Glen Springs.
pay I j with their mother, Mrs. Ena NazI Dated this 20 day of January. 1954. ,
built and now State Department of Agriculture officials say that unlessit I worth who with her daughter,Bon- Avey Williams and Willow (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby -- =--

can be put on a paying basis and kept that way, the State cannot con- I nie, accompanied them home for Ruth Hammond attended the Fellowship By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Cowi Clerk

tinue to operate it. The sheds, they say, could be dismantled and movedto the weekend. i last Friday party night.at Hampton Lake 1/22 4t 2/12 YOUR NEW HOME'

other markets where thev are badly needed, or the entire facility could Miss Earlene Nazworth spent I The eighth SOTICK TO CREDITORS
grade pupils have
(1033 Probate Art Sec*. lie 1:0):
be sold to private interests for other uses. the weekend with her sister, :Mrs. been memorizing portions of the In the Court of the County Judge,

In this plea for support of the Starke Market no slighting of the j Starke.Charlie Alvarez and children near "Chambered Nautilus" by Holmes. Bradford la Probate.County, Florida, CAN FIT LIKE A GLOVE
inferred. The Brooker Next week they are going to mem- In re: Estate of Eunice Alvarez
is meant or
Brooker State Farmers Market I
Mrs. W. H. Maxwell spent the orize all of Kipling's "If" Canova Deceased.To .
market serves a different section of the county and the two are eighteen I j weekend in Jax with her daughter, All Creditors and Persons Having -

miles apart. Growers there are loyal to that market and it is a success Mrs. A. M. Burris and family. THE RIGHT POINT for the Estates Claim or Demands Against I
There is enough produce grown in the Starke Mr. and Mrs. Russell F. Dyal of You and each of you are hereby
financially and otherwise. way you write. Come la and select notified and required to present any _
area to make the Starke market just as successful if growers in this the Farm Colony spent Tuesday 1 your favorite ESTERBROOH claims: and demands which you. or V V V 'iii _

area would support this market like those in the Brooker area are sup- with their daughter, Mrs. Bruce Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at I estate either of of Eunice you. may Alvarez have Canova against, the deceased -
Roark and family. Patsy Roark BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- I late of said County, to the
porting theirs.If i has the mumps. GKAPn County Judge of Bradford
the Starke Market is to be put on a paying basis and kept that way I The H. W. Bakers were Sunday court County,house Florida of at said his office County in the at gtt r ;

there are at least three things that the farmers of this area need to do. quests of the W. W. Hammond's. 90TICE'ID APPUAII Starke, Florida within eight calendar 97
ID Circuit Court Bradford months from the time of the
In the first place. they need to give better support to the market by Mrs. George Rohoin. and Mrs. Florida In Cbaa.-ery. County first publication of this notice. Each
than "setting it off at various Barbara Ann McRae of Brooker Hattie Wagner Plaintiff vs. Wai- claim or demand shall be In writing -
selling their produce at the market rather ter L. Wagner Defendant. and shall state the place of
and Mrs. Betty Jean Sullivan of
Case No. 10-230 residence and post office address of
other places.In Starke visited Mrs. Alva Fowler A'ottrc To Appear. the claimant and shall be sworn to
the second place farmers need to pay slightly higher fees in orderto last week residence To: Walter and address L. Wagner is: Unknown.whose I-by the claimant agent, his agent or A MODERN KITCHEN

increase the market's income.In Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bell and chil- You are hereby notified that a, i

the third place, farmers need to cooperate with the market manager dren of Jacksonville visited the has suit been for filed divorce against you In the I I COLONIAL I 9 A DEN FOR DADA
W. A. Saxons .
Saturday.Mr. above named Court and cause and
in helping the market to operate more efficiently'and effectively. They and Mrs. Ray Dyal of New you are required to serve copy of
can do this by calling on the market to perform additional services, and Jersey and Mrs. Parker of High your complaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to the'1 i NURSERYWE'LL

by raising a wider variety of produce over a longer season of the year Springs visited Mrs. Ellen Saxonon Florida Attorney Green & Green. Starke, I FLORIST
to sell to the market.In Friday.Mr. and file the original In the office; CUSTOM-TAILOR YOUR NEW
: and Mrs. W. F. May of of the Clerk of the Circuit Court I HOME TO YOUR PARTICULAR NEEDS
other words farmers must be determined to keep their market on or before the FLOWERS
Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis 22 day of February, 1954; :
work out ways and means of doing it. Thornton of Starke were Sunday Complaint otherwise the will allegations be taken as of con Bald I For All Occasions First you pick a house from our many plan books. You

Since some growers in the area do not seem to appreciate the value guests of Mrs. :Minnie Marcionny.Mr. fessed This by notice you. shall T* published, choose the roofing, siding, types of windows you prefer.
should it be worth while to point out some of and Mrs. R. C. Gray Sr. once each week for four consecutive PHONE
218 If
of the market as they may you wish to add utility
I a room for
of Tampa visited the R. C. Gray weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ironing,
the ways in which it benefits them directly and indirectly. Jr's. over the weekend I!,frat Dated>h. this to day of January 1954. I storage, we help you work it into the plans.

Certainly the market results is more competition for produce sold in I Miss Bell and Miss Thompson, (OFFICIAL SEAL. Charles A. Darby

the area as compared to what it was before there was a market and whatit PUMe Mission Ladies of Keystone ,'By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Clerk.Court (j) Come over today. We'll give you tins on venlillation.

would be without one. Instead of having one or two local buyers who Heights, were Monday night sup- i 1/23 4t 2/12 insulation decorative
plywood wall
per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick I construction.
"set off deal, we have the market I NOTICE O\ I\TE\TIO\
would get most of the produce on a
attracting outside buyers to the area. More buyers, and especially more Mrs. O. D. Gay of Dunnellonand I Notice is hereby given that the a
undersigned, under the provisions of I
outside buyers, mean more competition and higher prices. son. Elmer, of Orlando were i Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida. POTTERY .

The fact that the market concentrates most of the buying power and pleasant callers in town Saturday Clerk Acts of of 1941.the will Circuit register Court with In and the POTTED PLANTS 'I I

central location helps the price also. Where buying is while on their way to Jackson- for Bradford County, State,of Florida STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYV
competition at one ville to see her daughter and son- upon receipt of proof of publica- Flowers
scattered in the area at farms and buyers sheds, buyers are able to playoff in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill West, tion name of of this Jerome notice Johns, the Oil Company fictitious WiredAnywhere t
one grower against another and thus buy for less than they otherwise and especially to view that first under which I am engaged in busi- Phone 45 Washington St. at S.A.L. Depot
would. Many buyers consider it good business to tell a grower they can grandson born Jan. 24th. Mrs. Florida.ness at Starke, Bradford County, Nona St. Starke Ii I II

buy from another at a certain low price which they mention. They use West will be remembered by her That the sole owner of said busi- i I Starke, Fla.
ness is: Jerome Johns,
If all buying and selling is concentrated many friends as Miss Madge Starke. Fla.
that as a wedge to beat down prices. Dated this 22nd day of Janaury .
at one place with prices known to every grower, buyers are not Miss Hampton.Shebie Prevatt of Waldo A.D.County 1954, Florida.at Starke, Bradford --

this strategy.The 1/!! 4t 2/12
able to use spent Sunday with Miss Norma
and maintenance of the present market Jean Jones. NOTICE TO APPEAR
of '
low cost operation
IB Cfrrait Comrt. Bradford Co aty
results in higher net returns to growers than if produce was handled Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, Florida IB Chaaeery. New 54 Ma ic Chef
through other facilities.. Since the market has operated about $2.500"in Mrs. Verna Young and Mrs. D. Scala Emilia, Defendant.Sea la. Plaintiff vs. Alfred f
actually have been W. Swindell shopped in Gaines- Case No. 10291N'etloe
the red" each year except one or growers To Appear.
ville .
petting service and use of facilities at less than cost. All that State of- Monday p. m.SCHOOL To: Alfred Scala, whose residenceand

ficials are asking now is that the market break even or show a small The 4-H girls had NEWS a wonderful Brooklyn address, New is: York.181 Hall Street.

operating margin to pay for needed repairs and upkeep in the future. meeting last Thursday. Under the suit Tou for are hereby notified that a

Think of what a small amount extra per grower it would take to make up directions of Miss Ross, they Divorcehas is NEWLustrous
this $2.500 with the hundreds of growers that sell on the local market. learned to make a new and delicious above been named filed Court against and you cause In and the
I' dessert named "Fruit you are required to serve a copy of
owned by produce dealers insteadof
Suppose the-market were Crumble". Some of the girls reported -
would expect, and very likely get. a good returnon
by the State. They having surprised their respective -
any investment they had in such facilities. The farmers then would families by preparing and FILL DIRTGOOD
used the market facilities. serving this delectable '," '"""' Beauty
have to pay much higher fees if they dish at RICH \m"i.: \ \ 1'!
When suitable facilities are provided for buyers. such as the grading Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell con- v'i\', .0- ".,.-. Lasting EfficiencyI

machinery, precooling equipment for corn and cold storage rooms now ducted a chapel program in the TOP SOILSee I I
provided at the Starke Market it enables buyers to handle a much larger school auditorium last Wednesday

volume of produce from the area than they,otherwise could. This means morning. The entire school sang"America" ECONOMY
more sales and greater returns to farmers of the area. If the Mrs. Perkins Intro-

market were not here, or ceased to operate it is doubtful if the produce his duced text the the speaker"Twenty-third who took Psalm"for, BILL JACKSONJackson I Will Make The
here who might come here would or Transfer Compan;
buvers now operating or new ones Rev. Mitchell gave an inspiringtalk .
could afford such facilities. A tremendous reduction in amount of produce on the life of David, the Phone 165 MAGIC CHEF

mown in the area would probably u1t, and cash income of farmers in shepherd boy. who became a great THE CHOICE FOR

the area would be reduced accordingly.So .

we see that the1 Starke State Farmers Market has been and is nowa Carefree

benefit to growers of the area in more ways than one, and that without _
the market they would be much worse off. Let's not blame the market I o o SIGNS THE CHARTER ; = Fail-Proof Cooking

for any of the tremendous drop in produce prices which occurred last year. i : FOR THE MASSACHUSETTS BANK-1784 I I 6

The average price of all vegetables in the U. S. was about 40 percent I fV. -- Flow I V

lower in 1953 than in 1952. Prices in Florida took an even sharper drop. [ t THE FIItSTIVAT/ONALBANK
I 4'v OF BOSTON,IT IS THE OLDEST ExclusiveFeatures
At Starke prices were no lower as compared with the year before than
they were on most other markets in the state and country as a whole. BANK STILL IN x I
The Starke :Market Advisory Committee and the Market Manager
have been busy since they learned recently there was a possibility that I g) r I

Starke might lose its farmers market. They have done a lot.of discussingand / I Ii ,

planning and 'have tried to get the benefit of marketing informationand i Vs That Make Magic Chef

advice wherever available. As a result they have developed an im- FREE INSTALLATION
proved plan of operations for the coming year. This plan is designed to .The Range Most Women

make: tre market provide more and better service to growers of the Want and Buy

:1TP\! And to the buyers who operate on the market. At the same time y 100 LB. TANK OF GAS

it t fa deponed to inc"n'f: market income to the point where the market .110DERNDESIGN

(Um operate "in tha Wack". Indeed they had no choice because it has ,, t+scutn"tvvrsrrri

h'en I'T'pt1E' evident tb tt only through ravine its own wav can the Starke I II II I FREE MAGIC FLAME

M"r1rp+ hP assured\ of ty in
!:-erve the growers of Starke and surrounding area. lOur. bank is not as old as the 1st National in
This Range Only $10.81 Per Month
This improved plan, when announced publicly and put into operation, Boston but ice are ready and willing, let us help RPd Wheel Oven Heat'

will help build community pride and grower pride in the market, and should I you solve your financial problems. USE YOUR OLD STOVE AS DOWN PAYMENT Regulator
inspire morewholehearted grower support of this facility, which many i ,
sections of the state would be proud to 'have as their own. I Magic Oven Eye
Safety Deposit Boxes for rent $3.60 &
By and large, growers like to be loyal to their local institutions up per I
like to see them make progress and like to pay their own way. We i I i year. I Swing Out Broiler

believe that our growers are no less endowed with these qualities than ,
those of other sections where markets are thriving and realizing their i TO PAY ON BALANCE e Concealed Flue Vents

full potentiality of service to the area. And Many Others.
Farmers of this community can show that they measure up to these t. .-

standards bv supporting the Starke Farmers Market this coming season r FLORIDA BANK at STARKE i
and in all future seasons. Thus will we be spared the indignity and embarrasomept -

: of losincr valuable asset! one which like the water in Member Florida National Group CENTRAL FLA. GAS APPLIANCE CO.

he we'}. will not be missed until it is gone. ,,e wt* 1

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I e when the cakes come right to the I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE -TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I[ Starke Saturday, thought they I residence and address is: UnVJicvm: : I I Case No. 10-m
p You are hereby notified hat a \otirr To Appear:
top of the fat when dropped in.l, j| had enough gas to get to the suit for To Fenella Catherine lannone,
Turn i Divorcehas whose residence and address is: Cn-
! over and several times I
: first gas station, got just across been filed against you in the known:
I while frying These can be glazedif above named Court and cause and You are hereby notified that A
I II you want too. Here is a plain I the railroad first crossing you are required to serve a copy of I suit! for Divorce has been filed
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIRecent I Mrs. J. L. Strickland Had your answer or pleading to the complaint I against you in the above named
! glaze. 1-4 cup of hot strong cof- and ran out of gas. no con on the Plaintiffs Attorney I Coat and cause and you are required -
_rp fee, one cup of sifted powdered over night guests of the and Jimmy LangAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAjj tainer to get any in. It was useless Alfred C. Scott 106 Smith Bldg., to serve a copy of your an-
JacJiOnvile.] Florida, swer or pleading to the complaintoa
sugar. Add hot coffee to sugar H. J. Kuceras were Mr. and Mrs. to try to get any without a I and file the original in the office of the Plaintiffs Attorney.
l\ 6'v J'rttorrg and stir well. Dip doughnuts in Robert Kucera who flew down container, so there we sat wait- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange -
: 1ff-1 from Cleveland, Ohio in their pri We have just learned that Pearl before the 15 day of February 1954 Building. Jacksonville.
the mixture and have
will and'give
.' they a ing for somejne to come by otherwise the allegations of said Florida.
Mosley was accidentally seriously
nice glaze. vate plane The Kuceras left the us helping hand. After half l Complaint will be taken as confessed and file the In
a original the office of
\\ Febru-)1) and Lincoln. I have I J next for short vacation in burned last Friday. We wish for by you
Wherein we welcome in Washington HELPFUL HINTS: A- baby'snursing day a an hour or more, Bell :Mosley I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
where Lincoln born. The South Florida. her'a speedy and complete re- I This notice shall be pubiisned I,or before the
ary. The winter days take wing)'seen was bottles cloudy alter being I came along, tied onto us and pulled once each week for four consecutive I 15 day of February. 1S51:
( as I busy myself with lavingaway j !place is Hodgenville, Kentucky.It sterilized? It is the hard water. :Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle, accompanied covery. us to Carson Griffis' store graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele otherwise the allegations of said
is the same log house with J. The Clay Hill PTA will meet Complaint mil be taken as confessed -
I dear friends and quilt on my Put lemon juice in the water and by Mr. and where we could get filled up. Dated thiv 13 day of January. 195*. by you.
Dresden tlate. :another house of stone built over then boil. They will come out Yarbrough visited Mr. and Mrs. next Tuesday night at 7:30. AU After we got the gas the car was I (OFFICIAL !PEAL) Charles A. Darby I This notice shall be published
it. The log house is so small that members are urged to be presentand By Marian L. CrosbY Deputy Clerk once each week for four consecutive
W. Saxon of
sweet and clear. Store nut meatsin Hampton. so stubborn it refused to start.A 1/15 4t t/5 weeks in the Bradford County Tel.
Lives of great men all remind us. we wonder how people could ever a jar in the refrigerator and Former residents of the State all others who will attendare young man came to our rescue graph.
invited. >OTICE Dated this 1 day of January. 1954
We can make our lives sublime, have lived as a family in such they will keep a long time. When Farm, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellars there and started it for us. We !. Circuit Court Bradford C*..t;, (OFFICIAL SEAL- ) Charles A. Darby
And departing leave behind us small quarters. They were the making soup, boil gently as much and daughters, Patricia and Emma Those from Ebenezer Church got on to Starke, attended to Florida IB Chanwrv Clerk of the Circuit Court
I I Arthur lannone, Plaintiff, \s. Fen- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Footprints on the sands of time. :pioneers who helped build our be- hard boiling evaporates the soup.I Lou of Auburndale and Mr. and attending the Union meeting at what we had to do there and got ella Catherine lannune. Defendant.! 1 15 4t 2/5
-Henry W. Longfellow. 'loved country. Washington had just let it simmer. Mrs. W. F. Attwood of Jackson- Highland last week were Grace back home without any more trou-

many hardships and his dream And so another year is well on ville were weekend guests of Mr. Lang, Gertie Faircloth and Lottie ble. While in Starke we met our --

Lives of great men in this was a Democracy where the people + a start. I am on the fifth row of and Mrs. P. S. Crews. Starling. nephew, Wilrer Hornsby. He says

I I month make us think of two men vote and rule with a Consti- blocks on my quilt, "Dresden Thursday night guests of Mr. Little Dannie Thompson is on all have been down with colds. We I its Cherry Time!

whose birthdays are this month- tution such as our country is Plate." Whoopee! What a glori- and Mrs. E. J. Yarbrough were the sick list this week. are thankful to say we haven't

founded upon. His dream has come ous thing to be a woman and a Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yarbroughof We are glad to hear that Ada had any colds in this family this
true. We must be honest and ;
upright grandmother. To be useful in this Gainesville.Mr. Godwin is greatly improved in winter. rVs
We must let love rule our world. What if one does have to R. A. Caldwell of Battle health. We didn't get to attend church

lives and make our country stand wash the same dishes three timesa Creek. Mich. came Wednesday to Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Jones and Sunday, due to the illness of the

firm and strong, long after we are day? What if we do have loadsof be with the J. G. Caldwells and on Grace Lang called on Pearl :Mos- England baby. Too, mother seemed

gone. God help the poor 21 G. I's. II washing and stacks of ironing Sunday they were joined by Mr. ley last Sunday afternoon. worse, so I thought best to stayat 0 7Jordeii3'y
who are wandering around in Korea It is work Mrs. Blowers of Little home.
for those we love and and Laverne Joseph England, our
without a country. Dishonor you are making history by rear(Grand Rapids, Mich. Late Sunday: grandson, has been very sick for % :
able discharge, and away from ing your children in the Americanway afternoon the Caldwells of Michigan a few days. In Circuit NOTICE Court TO, Bradford APPEAR County. s V8flI1 t
s -I I Ix home and loved ones. I still thinkwe of life. Teach them to pray, : left for home. Mother, (Mrs. Belt) seems to Florida In Chancery. 1 Cherry t
should do for those Fred Hayes Plaintiff vs. Bertha
something to be respectful and love old people Mrs. L. L. Wainwright and I be worse at this writing. Ouida Hayes, Defendant.Case.
who are so forlorn, brainwashedand To know what B No 10-2S4:
a Democracymeans. daughter, Sherry and Mrs. C. Dub England and two children
misled. We sent them over That it is our form of Hiatt and daughter, Bonnie ol f and Mrs. Strickland started to > To tloe: Bertha To Aipean Ouida Hayes,. whose
there. It is our duty to get them government. A Christian nation Starke spent Wednesday of this _-
back home. Let; us all pray for a who believe in God and the rightsof .week in Fernandina Beach visiting
I plan to get them back home to man. To be free to move aboutto j I Mrs. Wainwright's sister, :Mrs. B d r I r i ,s'__
families, to our country and those MOVING
vote and help have a say in the W. Tucker.
who love them. I believe there running of the government. Then Miss Patsy Kucera and he]r
can be a way. pray for them so they will understand room-mate, Miss Nancy Snodgrasi Creamy smooth

about this questionOur Life is good this morning. I Above all get them one of of Charleston, W. Va. are spend LOCAL S Safe PHONE vanilla ice cream
have just made a big batch of those new revised editions of the ing their college mid-term vaca. OR S Dependable
chock full of f
is doughnuts. They are the cake Bible to read. I have one and it tion with Pat's parents, Dr. anc LONGDISTANCE S 311 f ,
Inventory completed. Economical !
kind, made with sour milk. Theyare really makes the meaning clear. Mrs. H. J. Kucera. The girls an juicy red cherries.

Now that we have the actual tender and good. Don really The King James version was trans- students at the University of Fla e R. B. Alvarez OR Buyseveralpintsto- '';j {
valuation of our stock, fix- likes them. I fry in hog fat. lated back in the time of Shakespeare Agents For TRANSFER AND Jay! EnjoyBorden'sCherry v ,,
BUTTERMILK DOUGHNUTS. Anyone trying to read his CARD OF THANKS 250-J
tures, furnishings, and the replacement Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO. II Vanilla ice / ,4
One cup sugar and 4 tablespoonsof plays knows they are impossible to We wish to thank our man \
value of our build butter. Mix well with fingers. understand without notes. So how friends for their comforting word; II cream tonight! I eae4ao tr eyo'dells

ing, would it be wise to adjustour Add 1 scant cup of buttermilk to can one understand the Bible as and other acts of kindness during ,,, "

Fire. Business Interruption which a teaspoon of baking soda we should? Meanings of words the illness and death of our beloved STORAGEPen'man I
has been added. Beat two eggs have changed so. My new Bible is husband and brother
and Theft to fit I
policies and add with a 1-2 tsp. salt 1 tsp. such a joy. I compare it with the George Anderson. May Go Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida

the actual values of vanilla. Beat well. Now add 1 old and no wonder I did not readit i richly bless you. ,- The family "' ,=,",- -""' "'"" .:=:.. .-"'''--''-- .......... i
tsp. of baking powder and enough as I should. No matter how hardI I

flour to make soft dough. Pinch prayed, I could not get the I !r >__. J

Charley E. Johns&SonAgency off a small portion and knead meaning of much of it. Sears
smooth. Press out to 1-3 of an Roebuck has the new Bibles. I

I inch with hand. Cut with doughnut got mine there.
cutter. Cut all and put on a floured Yes. Life can be wonderful in

I paper. Let stand while you get an these days with love in our hearts.St. .

I iron skillet or kettle of grease I John, 4th chapter, verse 12
Phone 13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL. hot. Add a tbps. of vinegar U says: "No man has ever seen God; t

1 the grease before gets hot. Fry if we love one another, God abidesin w u
: and his love is perfected in
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us." p

Love is charity, tolerance, hon-
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M. O. Harrell and family.Mr. _
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Jimmy Jr. remained with the Bar-

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o With many "custom-built" choices
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H Zen and son, Neal visited Mr.
o an option of three drives Fordomatic
great :
and Mrs. N J. Thomas of Talla-
NEEDS hassee. R S ViI J1m h Drive, Ford Overdrive, and Conventional trans-

Mr. and Mrs. Cas Tompkinsand mw 9 L mission Ford aIm! makes available all the op

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crewsof tional power features you'd expect to find only
( &
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. in the costliest cars. And Ford offers you a choice

and Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday. ? q of 28 models there's one to fit your exactdriving
Near S.A.L. Depot Starke Fla I! :Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham and #
e C"e o eB 54 needs plus a wide choice of new
,_, familv. Mr. and :Mrs. :M. D. Har- II 19 II Di Ii li trl1 color and
q !OO- "" i i -- And daughter, Sharon, and body, upholstery combinations the

-.' -: ', ,-" -!. ': Mr. a. Mrs. Ernest Edwards and finest in any low-priced car.
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family were guests of Mr. and

Mrs. Frank Tomlmson Saturday -

NOTICEAccording Mr.night.and Mrs. Harold Dowdy a : ..

visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott + r i

Thursday of last week. a. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown and With new Ball-Joint Front Suspension
Mrs. Rita Brown of Dnnnellon '; a r c7 i

to Sec. 7, Article 10, of Florida visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott + '
Constitution: and family recently. 7 'ia ', ;, ; r,_._ This revolutionary new suspension

Mr. and Mrs. John Mott of : is a Ford exclusive in

Gainesville visited Mrs. Banie Mott the low-price field. It's far
I Sunday. simpler and more compact
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION AND THOSE EXPECTING Mrs. L. A. Mott, L. A. Mott Jr., than} conventional suspensions.It .

TO RECEIVE IT FOR THE FIRST I' and Mrs. Baxter Forester were in l t' allows greater up and down

TIME SHOULD, WITHOUT FAIL, SIGN THE APPLICATION I' uimeilon Mrs. G. B.Sunday.Colson and daughter- ; s r wheel travel for a smootherride

ON OR BEFORE APRIL 1ST OF I in-law, Mrs. Ressie Colson and ; helps keep front

EACH YEAR WITH THE TAX ASSESSOR. i children were m Lake Butler Sunday With a new With a new wheels in line longer for consistently -
I easy handling.
Air and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and 130-h.p. Y-block Y-8 115-h.p. I-block

i boys were visiting Rev. and Mrs.! h's-a brand new Overhead-Valve engine Lice the new V-8, it has deep-block build

Everyone who has bought or sold C.Several A. Crosby ladies of Linden of Brooker Sunday.at- I offering 18% more power. better econfor greater rigidity, longer engine life. 7 .

I I omy. Deep-block design, plus a new 5Also, like the V-8 it has low-friction design
tended the Associational W. M. U.
property during the past year, should at Bayless bearing crankshaft mean greater rigidity plus high-turbulence combustion chambers '
; Highway Monday.
for smoother, quieter operation. wa.nd
file a return on this, in order to insure i:, Mrs.Among H. those H. Mott attending, Mrs. Wilson were, friction design means longer engine life! high-compression Free-Tu"in9"! "Go" from regular Valves 50 for$. You are cordially invited lo come in I

the correct assessment. i Green, Mrs. Theo Dyal, Mrs.

\i\ Beard, and :Mrs. J. W. Thomas.I With fire optional power assists you'd and see the car that's setting the trend in
I and Mrs R. K. Duke of
I Lake Butler were Sunday after- expect to find only in America's costliest cars
'I style and performance. Test Drive it
of Mr. and Mrs. A.
noon guests These fine-car
I power options are available in Ford at extra cost.
Returns on Personal Properly and Intangible L. Green and family. You have Master-Guide
can power steering, Swift Sure Power
I Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hazen and and you'll want drive it home !
Personal Property are also being taken. Mr and Mrs. Howard Wait spent Brakes, a 4-Way Power Front Seat, Fordomatic Drive (or Over- ;
drive) and Power-Lift Windows!
I Sunday with the E. A. Gaineys in P.0JLF.
Indiantown. On their return trip,
I '
j they stopped and visited Mr. and
I More than ever {
All The Above are Due On or Before : Mrs. Dave Donaldson of Vera 54 pjlSd
|Beach.i THE
for ROAD
April 1st of Each Year i i Susie Wait was the weekend

J guest of Carol Cox of Gaines-

I J ville.J Jeanne. Wait spent the weekend

': wth Beverly Green. Andrews Mtor
GENE LONG :I Annette Green, Kenneth Green,, Company

an.l Shirley Green were among;
those who attended the talent show
in Starke Friday night.

: Joanne Wait spent the week.1 Phone 118 Madison & Adams SU. STARKE. FLORIDA

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sss.-ssssr.t rrrra- r -srrrSSSJssS.. 6 'Miss Gayle SewellIs Carter-Lyons L. C. Smith Home I
; F; to train volunteer officers and en business are
ted I Jack E. Hazen,, Starke. Fla.
ComplimentedAt personnel from all arms
Scene Of Reunion Kenneth C. Johns. Starke, FU.
,t nd branches of the service: a:s I KaV.'Ltl3o."n<1 day of "wry.. I
Lovely Parties .
Last at Starke, Pradford
SundayA 0;: qualified parachutists. Ga.>kins I;, t), Florida Con-
ke all students of the course,
Miss Sewell brid, 1/tl 4t 2/12 J
Gayle popular elect. whose marriage to Roge r ______ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis 'tn airplane in jumps OTICE 10 APPEAR
flight and fa
olie Circuit
Guissinger will be an event t if ____; C..rt. Bra..erll Casaty.
C. Smith in Waldo last Sunday, the five jumps required was made Florida !. rhaarery ".
Gladys Mooty Saturday evening at 7 o'clock i a ; the occasion being a visit to Florida with full equipment Pvt. G&skins Edward ma Newman Newman, Plaintiff. vs. Bm-
Phone 35 the First Methodist Church, ha F by Mr. Smith's mother, Mrs. entered the service last June 9 I. Case No 10-J2T
been the inspiration for many lay. Henry O'Hara of Los Angeles He Retire T. Ap p.*ri
graduated from BHS in the ToEmma ,
eaflflss fltSSt rrssss Sr. 61.'P 166 S-r.r.S I ly parties this week. Newman whose 1'1-
Calif. '
; class of 52. dence and address is: 151
t Oaklan
Life In Puerto Rico Baptist Circles On Tuesday, Mrs. Fred Guy an Following the buffet dinner, ,Hijfhtstown You New Jersey I
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins entertained a j I photographs and motion pictureswere -:- ult for are hereby notified ttat a \

Will Be TopicAt Met This WeekThe a delightful luncheon at the hon taken of the more than 40 Divorce "
of the former in Gainesville hono: |I relatives who gathered at the Pfc. Oliver H. Aspinwal Jr., I nas been filed against you 19 the {'
ClubLife FOUK named Court
\ GENERATIONS grandson of T. S. and cause
Williams aDd
Ida Darby Circle of the ing Miss Sewell. Smith home. oj r you are required to serve! a copy of

in Puerto Rico, U. S. A., First Baptist Church WMU met The Guy home was attractive1decorated l;y ::; ; Present with the hosts and Mrs. Pictured at family gathering: Starke, recently completed thEeightWeeks' S SSuS1"-JT! !te"H. to the
at the home of Mrs. H. L. Hough for the occasion wit __ O'Hara on this occasion Mr. Mrs. Henry O'Hara Leaders' Coursi conducted Attorneey T. Fra"lk
were (right wudJ'lIm.
portrayed by Mr. and Mrs. Cesar by the 41st Tank Bn. If 8tarke, Florida
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock arrangements of gladioli, mum the
and Mrs. C. J. Frazier MJS.
Graham ; Olin Graves'
; (center and
of the
be the theme 8th Inf. original in
Rivera, Div. at Ft. Jackson ,'. the office of
with 11 members visitor S. C
and one and azaleas. The luncheon tab
the Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Graves, Day- ) daughter; Mrs. Shirley of u.., Circuit Court
meetingof Men
at the February for
program this course are w\ected *r before the
presentAfter i was overlaid with a lace clot!
tona Beach; Mr. and Mrs. HenryD. Oalney (left} )
the Woman's Club next Wednes- granddaughter; from the enlisted 8 day of March, U54;
Mrs. I ranks of the
the devctional by and centered with a miniatun and and Mark otherwise the
Rogers Carolyn Waldo
Galney, allejatJons
at 3:30 o'clock in ; great grandson. Third of said
day afternoon Hough Miaa Sylvia Paulk sang a bride and broom surrounded b; ;. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith and Army area. The scuool de Complaint will t-. taken j al coar,... l
3d I by
the club house. solo, followed by an inspiring white azaleas. White candles I ii yn velops the individual's potential I you.
pro- Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lyons of Stephanie, Winter Garden; Mr. for This notice shall t> ..uuuBoea I
Mrs. W. B. Sewell, chairman, gram presented by Mrs. W. L ,,three-branched candelabra balanced Daytona Beach announce the marriage and Mrs. J. \V. Smith and Vernon .- I Army leadership with empha- once weeks each I fn the week for four consecutive
International Relations, will in Andrews. Taking part on the the central arrangementPlace of their daughter, Hazel Tillman, Jacksonville; Mr. and I i i sis on Infantry weapons ajd com graph. Bradford County Tele-

troduce the speakers. program were Mrs. Floyd Green, cards were used to marl C Elizabeth, to Carl Noah Carter, Mrs. Willard Smith and Butch, II SERVICE MEN bat leadership. (OFFICIAL Dated this SBAL 3 day)of Charles February, 1914.

Hostesses for the afternoon will Mrs. I. E. Clark, and Mrs. An- the places of the guests carryin: son of Mrs. Ruby Cook of Starke. Ft. Pierce; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. "!" Clerk of the CircUit A. CourL btru

be Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. J. H. drews. out the bridal motif. The wedding took place on Jan. Tillman and Sue, and Mr. and Mrs. r By Marian L. Crosby,. Deputy Clerk.

DuPre, Mrs. George Flynn, Mrs. -:- The guests in addition to th< 22 in Daytona Beach. P. D. Young and children, Val- I Pre Neil G. Crawford' writes I 35 4t 2/21

Lewis Haines, Miss Clara Lea- I Mrs. J. A. Griffin entertainedthe honoree and the two hostesses included I. After a brief wedding trip, :Mr. dosta, Ga.; Mrs. J. \.. Norman Sr. fom lorea that the people over REGISTER NOTICE OF I TE\TlO\ TO

man, Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mrs. Helen Masters Circle Tuesday :Mrs. W. B. Sewell, MrsJ. and Mrs. Carter will make their and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Norman i I. here are forgetting the boys over Notice Is hereby FICTITIOIS giventhat SANE the

Ewdl Lawson. afternoon at her home on Kings- D. Cottrell, Mrs. L. D. Vining, home at 2 Martha Drive, Daytona Jr. and daughter, Moultrie, Ga.; t.m' :."' f. ", ..'.... I I in Korea, now that the war has.' undersigned, under the provision

ley Lake with eight members present Mrs. D. D. Klein and Mrs. E. L. Beach. Mrs. Horace Norman and children, I '..- .. > : .' .. "., .,.- .-. .......... I ended there. He would like: to,/of acts Chapter of 1941 20.953 will, register Laws of with Florida.the

Mr. and Mrs.Vasdin Matthews.The I Lenox. Ga.; Mrs. Estelle Kinnard, ". -.- : tIJI.: I hear from his friends and lists Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
After the devotional Mrs. F. I' iB'4' 1. :5 'a his address as Pfc. I for Bradford County. State of Flor-
by hostesses presented Miss I : Neil G. Crawford
Mrs. C. L.
4-H Club King and Connie and ,
I : -I; I upon receipt of proof of publJea-
To Hold Open House B. Beard, a program on Missions'was Sewell with a plate to her selected Mrs. Lenora Waddell, Tampa; Mr. A 1384619, H Co., 3 Bat., 2 Pit. tion of this notice, the fictitious

On GoldenVedding given by Mrs. Griffin with china pattern as a memento oi f Have Weiner Roast and Mrs. J. W. Davies, Odessa; : 'J I lIst Marine Regt, 1st Marine Div name of The Snack Bar under which
lira. D. W. Moore assisting. the occasion. : : F1IF, c-o FPO. we are engaged in business at 323
Mrs. Genevieve Waddell, Talla- I Temple Ave.. Starke. Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdin of Closing prayer was by Mrs. F. F., Members of the Saturday morning J hassee. t'.. Mr. and Mrs. George Slinger, 32}
their Golden -1n--...D-. Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. T. E I. 4-H Club assembled at the E. Recent Birth Temple Ave., Starke, Fla., sole own
Waldo will celebrate !tf: erl!.
Slade were hostesses at a lovely: L. Cox home Raiford Road for ; -
Wedding anniversary on Sunday. -:- on : '.' i Dated this 5th day of February.
Feb. 7, with open house from 3 The Dora Alderman Circle meat tea from four to six o'clock Wednesday i an evening of fun and good eating Recent Birth; ;>2-:'.;. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Strickland 1 A.D.. Florida.. 1954. at Starke Pradford County -

home of their the home of Mrs. A. E. McKin- afternoon at the Long around a camp fire. Pvt. and Mrs. James T. Prevatt : i. t I Tr. of Daytona Beach
to 5 o'clock at the announce :254t221! :!
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ney Sr. with 13 members presentThe home on Washington street, The girls played basket ball I!of Starke announce the birth of a 'I" .. the birth of a son Daniel E-Kvard,

Ounter, in Waldo.] All! friends and devotional was given by Mrs honoring :Miss Sewell. until dark, then roasted weiners (daughter on January 1 at the U. S. rr.- I in Doctor's Clinic Hospital en Jan BLACK HILLSPASSION

relatives are invited. Ada Alexander, and taking parton Arrangements of azaleas and I and marshmallows. After eating, .Army Hospital Camp Rucker, Ala., -'< :'. 30. Mrs. Strickland :I PLAY
the program were Mrs. S. E. narcissi formed the attractive they played games around the fire, 1 where Pvt. Prevatt is currently the former I

Sparks and Mrs. Dickinson. decorations for the home. The and Marilyn Cox, hostess, invited I assigned to the Heavy Mortar Co., Edwin Hornsby, USAF, son of fjMiss, Bobbie Houpt, daughter 01'I tI! Lake \Wales. at -AmphitheatreJA APRIL 18 -

Perfume That Clingsq. ":" lace covered tea table held a center the group inside to put jig-saw J 136th Inf. Regt.. 47th Inf. Div. Mr. and Mrs. R E. Hornsby of f''I j Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt of Starke Every !>.., Ta..., Than. 8 ....
Hpe! Sat. Perf. Feb IS 27, Har
is 13
now stationed
The Lorena Epperson Circle met arrangement of pink gladioliand puzzles together.Girls in Alaska For Re*. A Imt. Write Box 71
Dear Penny: I adore perfume with Mrs. L G. Powell with 11 white narcissi in a silver con enjoying the affair were: CARD OF THANKS and would like to hear from Phony a-oail Lake Walm. FIB

but for borne reason or other members and one visitor present. tainer. All appointments on the Pat Hobbs, president; Elissa We are sincerely grateful to I:all his friends. His address is r: In FIorlda Clrraft!.Court, Bradford "uatT,

its fragrance Just doc not last on After the devotional by Mrs. D. L. table were silver and Mrs. W. B. Steffanelli, Marcia Miller, Mary 1 riends and neighbors for their I Airman 2Edwin L. Horm5! !- Pauline S. Chanter$anford. I'IaInt.ff.

me. I hate told several of my Thomas Mrs. G. V. Lee and Ruth Sewell, mother of the bride-elect,:, Henderson, Linda Cox, and Marilyn I many kind acts of sympathy during -,:AF14387143, Hq. SQ., Sec. AAC, "Iilum O. Sanford. Defendan vs I AVAILABLE:
Lee brought an inspiring program poured coffee from the silver serv i our recent bereavement. 'Box 273, APO 842. care PM Seattle Order Of Case No- 0-39 CUSTOM MADECLOTHES
friends that I want a new perfume, l Cox. The hostess was assistedin aad Nfo'U T.
entitled "Home Missions to Russians" ice. Especially do we thank Dr. Pete : Wash .ippesr, Mate of Florida
but first I must find out about a her Mllum O. I
caring for her guests by Sanford. wholf-
Assisting the hostesses in serving I Felos, Dr. T. .G. Ritch, and Rev. and address resilience
lasting onev-Sirs. A. %V. ":" were Misses Joanne Slade, mother and Miss Dorothy Ross, I L.: D. Haines. Mrs. Lizzie Tompkins -:- Orangeburg, South Carolina.isn.-uta 3. I BY DRESSMAKER

A. A particularly good idea The Margaret Rose Duncan Jane I and -' ". ._. Y.u are required to apr on I Trained In Chicago's
Business Woman's Circle homo demonstration agent : family. "';:"I,, .. March 8, 1954. in the above tame '
for women who claim that perfume will meet Monday night Feb. 8, Richarde and Sandra Johns. I ,;; .] Court and cause, wherein p"aintlftI

does not "stay with them" is a at 7:30 o'clock In the Baptist The 50 guests included the I seeks of minor divorce.child.custody Bradford and <'.Coun,ntro: I North Michigan Shops

Liquid Skin Sachet It smooths on Educational Building with Miss honoree and the W. B. Sewell out- ty Telegraph shall publish this Order .- I If Interested

the akin very easily, and lingers Delores McKnight in charge. of-town guests. I Witness In next my four hand weekly and offlc-'al ISBUVS! seal Please Write

longer because of its sachet base. Hostesses for the meeting will be ] at 1 954.Starke, Florida, this 4 Fe.4 uary, Mildred M. Andererk
Mrs. O. L. Linsin, Mrs. Zylphia A buffet supper was given I (OFFICIAL Route 1, Box 94'
It has a slower rate of diffusionand Miss SEAL) Charles A )ark p /
Lewis and Mrs. J. O. Gay. Thursday evening honoring | As Clerk of sal-' Court Starke
evaporation than any other Sewell and Roger Guissinger by ,\ I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Fla.1PEij.

type fragrance. Try thia Houbi- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews at \Zach. H. Douglas. Florida., 505 Lynch Ii 1Aitys. t'ldlnr i i.TaC'luoonvllle. I

gant Chantilly Liquid Skin Sachet Methodist Circles the Matthews home on Eighth Hear the Birthday Ball last Saturday the family have become proud for Plf. %/'Silt 2/rg

Only $1.85 plus tax at CANOVA Met ThisVeek street night was "one of the best" "homeowners" Hear they've NOTICE OF INTE.VTIO.\Vo
PHARMACY. Artistic arrangements of white since the "good old days" of the purchased the Cecil Douglas place: Pvt Ralph F. Merritt, son of r REGISTER FICTITIOUS A 1MB

Circles of the Methodist W.S.C.S. gladioli and azaleas were used Roosevelt regime and how out on the Keystone Heights road Mrs. W. E. Moody of Long Bridge, Notice II hereby given that! the
met this week as follows: throughout the party rooms for could it be otherwise with Nat and and will move in as soon as they're recently completed:: basic training of Chapter 20,953 under! Laws the of pro Florida/islont,!

table Gus Sternberg back in town for through ; at the Medical Replacement Acts of 1941. win register w.th the I .
.Circle 1, Mrs. L. D. Vining,, the occasion. The buffet redecorating NIce. to Clerk of the klrcult Court
.n and I
leader, met with Mrs. L. A. Davis I was cantered wltl n-arrangement the festivities, adding just the know that the Bill Haas family has Training Center, Camp Pickett, for Bradford County, State of KlorJ.da --

'gBEl./L.--7i :s' Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. of white gladioli, balanced by right touch for Nat, as you also purchased a "tract" out on: Va. During this time he receivedeight I tion. upon of this receipt notice of proof the of fl-publica' ".ilon Fri., Sat. Feb. 5, 6

.- -- .- ,. Mrs. Vining opened the meetingby white burning tapers in silver know, was chairman of the first the Brownlee road and have house weeks of basicj infantry name of Thomas Truck T> -mlnal DOUBLE FEATURE
held Starke and training and eight weeks of medical I-i l under which: we are engaged i bus Down
reading Vjld Day for God" holders. Birthday Ball in plans floating around In their iness on U. S. Highway 301 I'uth of Among The
By Joe by James Metcalf. _Enjoying the supper with the helped promote these events for heads. training.! etarke, Florida. ,.

Mrs. W. E. MkUleton gave the fgsts and honor guests were members many years before moving to Hear that June Conner, district That the parties interested .n said Sheltering Palms

devotional using as her scripture, of the wedding party and immediate Daytona Beach \ iner in a drivers contest for anew -:- IN TECHNICOLOR

John and stressing the "ChristianSoil" families. Glad to hear that Nat hasn't auto, is a shrewd bargainer With WIllIam Lnndigaa, and

Mrs. Wilma Dockstater had Mr. and Mrs; Matthews presented l lost "the old touch", and was Before she entered the district Jane Creer

charge of the program and gave a Miss Sewell with a crystal right in the groove with his keen she got brothers Lucian and -AND-

review of "Stay on Stranger" by and silver lemon dish and fork as sensayuma while emceeing the Doyle to promise to insure the car. The Return

William Dutton. a remembrance of the occasion. floor show with local talent free, brother Glen to buy her a Of

Eighteen members were present Our pretty song birds-Patsy Benton tag: and"daddy Leon to foot the Frank James .

K*_ Junior Club June Patel, and Sylvia Paulk gas bill (if she won the state) With John Ireland and Ann .

Circle 2, Mrs. L. D. Green, leader turned in top performances, and They laughingly promised (ha ha), Dvorak

met Monday afternoon at the Elects OfficersThe even Stanley Noegel's somewhat taking the whole thing lightly .
I, Has Serial "King of
home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins with I impromptu "number" (or what but after she won the district, they|I '

the leader conducting the business Junior Woman's Club met have you) was most enjoyable b egan to get just a wee bit .:.:\'l 9 and Cartoon

meeting. Mrs. C. D. Williams had.Monday evening in the club house Among the out-of-towners here ried Come on June! wor-I

"SU hndU$ th can when riwir charge of the program and led a with Mrs. T. C. Hazen. Jr., presIdent for the gala event were Harold Hear that Joe Andrews I : On Our Team! Sun., Mon. Feb. 7, 8

totems ais low* discussion on communism and' presiding. and Martha Wall of St. Augustine, attending the Ford Motor Co.'s SHARK RIVERS

Christianity taken. from World During the bjusiness meeting the Joan and Charlie Meyers of Jacksonville :Merchandising School at Dearborn, \' STRENGTH is FILMED IX FLORIDA .

Outlook. f ollowing amendment to the Bylaws Paul and Ann Dinkins of .Mich. an intensified course in | an important Plus News

It costs a lot of money to feedan Mrs. Jack McComb gave the devotional was presented and will be Anthony, Charley and Garnita :sales, service, biz management,| 4 : ',c'r. factor to look for when you and Cartoon

elephant but it costs very from Matthew. At the voted on at the March meeting: I IArticle Parker of Holley Hill, and Lou ,etc. Pat McGriff has been (or( -;. buy insurance company Tues., Feb. 9 ONLY

little to have us put a new conclusion of the meeting an informal 2. Section 2: The club Randall of Tampa Atyce maybe still is) enjoying the financial
strength and Peking
battery in your car. tea was enjoyed with Mrs.i!hall defray expenses of the presIdent Graham and Martha Moore greeted :cenery and sunshine in Nassau reputation ExpressWith

W. E. Middleton pouring. In ad- as approved by the executive guests at the door (at J2 per I! I(lucky guy) Hear the Comer for prompt and honest Joseph Gotten and Corinne

dition 0 the ten members present board when attending state conventions -, greet), while Bill and Jimmy, ,:1 Longs are back at their old standin payment of Joss claims. CalvertPlusNewsandCartooys

Warren'sSuper were the Rev. and Mrs. T. G. ; board and district meetIng their better halves (that's a mati:i Clewiston after a brief sojournof

Mitchell Mrs. John Love Wilkes, I !. ,ter of opinion) extracted another residing in West Palm Beach Marine Pi- Warren tfoatw right, That's the kind of insurancewe

ShellTires and Mrs. H. H. Adams. Mrs. D. L. Thomas, chairman of quarter a head by stacking all the Word comes that Lewis Haine son of Mrs. Effie Boatwright of offer. And, if disaster Wed., Thur. Feb. 10. 11

-:- the nominating committee presented chairs up and making each guest ',has been elected vice president ofthe Lawtey, is pictured here sitting Strikes, it's the kind r The Wild Blue
at the elevauon jou'llwant
controls of 90-
Circle 3 met with Mrs. L. S. !' the following report: Mrs.S. buy and carry his own to the Pi K.A. Chapter at Stetson a I

Hutto Monday afternoon. The E. Simmons president; Mrs. A. table Looks like the boys Mrs. T. B. Harding who celebrated mm anti-aircraft gun during practice YonderWith

Batteries meeting was opened with J. Thomas, Jr., vice-president; really have something there her birthday on Tuesday firing in Korea. He 13 l serving Wendell Corey and Vera
prayerM with the First 90mm Anti-Aircraft
Washing Lubrication by the leader, Mrs. A. rs. Cecil Sewell, recording secretary nstead[ of a cover charge,. they rec'd a telephone call Saturday Ralston
Gun Bn., a unit of the First Marine
gave the devotional using the 23rd ; Mrs. Carl Roberts, corresponding settle for a chair charge! Oh from the operator in N. Y. saying -AND-

Phone 385 Madison.& MonroeVALENTINES Psalm with emphasis on the first secy.; and Mrs. T. J. well, 'twas all in the name of that her son. Tommy, was goingto Aircraft Wing. H. C. WALL InsuranceInvestigator

verse. After the lesson the group Mercereau, treasurer. The new March of Dimes, and the dance put a call thru to her from -:- I

.."' repeated the Psalm.A officers will be installed in March. was a grand success financially Scotland at 5 o'clock the afternoonof AGENCY

'- --- -h Missionary program from Mrs. C. W. Webb of Jacksonville Dot and Bill Powell were in her birthday but the lines'I I Phone 146 With Richard Penning and

World Outlook" was given by Beach, District Director has been charge of the snack bar, and turned were tied up and they were going Audrey Long

Mrs. W. H. Nollman who read nvited to officiate at the instal- in a nice profit also, sincen o try and get thru Wednesday I 200 E. CaD Street. Plus Latest World Fox News

"English Classes in Chinatown, ation. everything even the Tommy is stationed witfl I Starke

San Francisco." Miss Annie Dar- Mrs. Mack Futch, American were donated Virginia Smith the Air Force in Scotland .. I
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by read a letter from Mission Girls Home chairman, represented Joe I arranged for gifts from the mer- hear that Pvt. Carl Roberts Jr. ---

School in India and Mrs. I. P. Hill Williams of Lake Butler I chants which were raffled off by is now stationed at Camp Pickett, 1

Shepherd gave an interesting: owner of Fiveacres Nursery, who!I RUddy and Lil Bishop Hear Va. as Lab Technician.
sketch entitled "Street Corner spoke on azalea and camellia cult he evening was climaxed with a Have you been helping out the

Kid". ture. 5 a.m. breakast! at the Graham'son BHS senior class by buying their

After the business session Mrs Dvrirg the social hour the Blaming Road, where the entertainment baked and candy goods Saturday;

E. K. Perryman closed with pray hostesses served a dessert course piece de resistancewas mornings on Call street? the
Comic & RegularIc er. from a buffet table. a solo, "Some of These Days". I Delano Thomas, son of Mr. and
proceeds are going toward their Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr. ,,.
rendered by Gus Sternberg in the I of Starke 4A
to 3c Demonstration Club \VCTU Protests manner of her famous look-alike trip to Cuba in June congratsto is completing his Air Force basic 1 \ .

# ,.. I Sophie Tucker Much of the I Dr. Middleton who celebrated I training course; at Lackland AFB, ,
Text On Alcohol
5c to 25c Meets Workshop credit for success of the event I|his 77th birthday on Saturday is San preparing Antonio,him Texas.for This entrance training into VA LEN I

Mrs. Florence Hipple of the Keystone goes of course, to Chairman Guy I I See that Edwin and Montie Green _
JCembers of the Sunnybrook: AF techr.ical training and for
Cello Packs at Home Demonstration Club met I' Christian Foundation was of Andrews and his good wile [moved into the W. M. Wimberly T assignment in specialist work. \., I -.-,,-..- .. .- n ,- :'--- c -*

with the Heilbronn Club at Mrs. unanimously elected president Bet house on Church street last weekend He graduated from BHS last
lOc15c25c Felix Sapp's home for an all-day !. held the local last Friday WCTU afternoon at the meeting in the See Jimmy Rowe is taking Neil I :Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lange crrin.. and ,iSurin his high school !i : $T CHOKE :

furniture refinishing workshop the: Joyner's route for New :Method and daughters moved to Tampa on course was a three-letter man, 44-
row to
Valentine last week. Tabernacle.building She adjacent will succeed Mrs. cleaners while Neil has joined the I Wednesday the Broward starring in football, basketball, t _4 __, of oil who seek qualify -
After lunch the members finish- : salesman's staff at Hart Furniture Capps are moving into the Kope- and baseball.
'W. N. Johnson who recently re
ed painting 13 boxes and two nail hear that Florence Brown has lousos house on St. Clair street
Boxed signed.It -:-
Candy kegs to use for storage, and re- was reported that several]I I transferred from FSU to U. of F. I the M. L. Johns, Jr. are renting
finished four pieces of furniture. i t for the last half of her Sophomore the Glen Searing house on
letters were sent to the State
Part of this was completed onj! : year word from Tally that I I Orange street and Sharon and:
85c to Superintendent of Education, pro I I
another day.Members I testing the use of ten: books bear. Mary Rivers Stubbins has been I Brad Locke are moving to 2005 II
participating were Mrs' I elected secretary of the Senior Colorado Ave., Portsmouth, Va. on I
ing the title, "Alcohol and Human I j
E. L. Cox, president of Heilbronn j I Youth Fellowship of the First Saturday Sharon is trans-
Also I Affairs, in class rooms of Bradford
Valentine Gifts Club; Mrs. J. B. White; Mrs. B. M 1 r I'Presbyterian Church in Tallahassee I ferrin? her job from GCS to the
County School It was charged I D.soi .* I. a.i is
McRae; Mrs. Wesley McRae; Mrs.Tullie I.I was sorry to hear that: Norfolk Naval Ship Yard Supply
Wrapped Free! Norman; Mrs. Eldon Sapp; I that these books teach moderation j I Herbert Nollman had his new over Dept at Portsmouth husband ALWAYS

Mrs. Felix Sapp; hostess; and Missj I instead of total abstinence. coat stolen while in a restaurantin SK3; Brad is expecting to be dis UXE

Dorothy Ross, Home Demonstra,-j At the close of the meeting refreshments Asheville, N. C. last week charged in June word rec'd

tion Agent were served by the If you see George Huggins going from members of St Edward's THrtULLINGTON'S

DUCKY'S I hostesses Mrs. Ruby Goodman and I around looking at the sky parish that they are planning a
BAKE SALE these days, don't think he's hi- St Valentine's dance completewith Pvt. Arthur Ray Gaskina son

I Miss Susan Wallace. hattin1 you His head just orchestra on Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gaskins of
Eastern Star will
The Order of
118 W. Call St. Beautiful flowers for this occasion probably froze in that position 1 Feb. 13 Rt. 2, Stare, recently completedthe STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP

hold a bake sale Saturday morning I were furnished by Mrs. G. W. Seems he's been doing a lot So long See you there Airborne Course at Ft. Ben- Phone 265

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i Mrs. Louise Wilson of Elmira, Old Friends Meet At Ball Recent Birth in the State of Florida, the 8vjc' (I D., 1954 if you fail to do so, Decree
N. Y., who is spending the winter of process upon whom would bind (Pro Confefso will be taken againstyou
i said absent or unknown Defen.xnts, for the relief demanded in the
f r with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howe, attended Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kersey of and that each known and .Bmed ,complaint.
i P&ddna t1 the Episcopal Conference Defendant is over the of It is
[! Starke announce the birth of a age twjity- hereby ordered that this
; which was held recently in Pensa- ytRer1ti I one years and that the age o: ach .Notice' be published once each week
[ daughter on Jan. 27, in Doctor's unknown and unnamed Defendant; for four consecutive weeks in the
cola. with Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum, Clinic Hospital. is unknown, this is. thereto-f, toomIl.l.nd Pradford County Telegraph, a weekly
k'lS who served as a delegate for theWomen's I each of you. and you are newspaper published in Bradford
IN H ,ti hereby notified and required to i County Florida.
Auxiliary of St. Mark'sChurch. PENTECOSTAL HoLLNESsTiCRCH I:serve a copy of your answer or ,.ther ': WITNESS my hand and the seal
,., I I r r_ I .I I r II 11..1 i ( pleading to the Complaint on l'aintiffs' of our said Circuit Court at Starke,
I attorneys. Williams & Futch. 'Bradford County. Florida, this the
Gilda Graham will return this :Mrs. W. H. Smith and Miss Kate Sunday Scsooi 10 a.nx I I.Btajke, Florida, and file the n-'gln- (I, day of February. A.D.. 1954.
I Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt had Morning Service 11 al answer or other pleading r.. the (OFFICIAL PEAL) Charles A.
weekend after two weeks visit Struth had as weekend guests, Mr. a.m. Office of the'll.'rk Darby
the C.<-enit Clerk
weekend said
their house last Circuit Court
with her uncle and aunt :Mr. and and Mrs. W. W. Page and daughter as guests I! Evening Service 7:30: p.m. I Court for Bradford County, Fit nda By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

Mrs. W. P. Randall In Tampa. Merril-Lynn, of Lake City,,Dr. Walter C. Parsons of Daytona Prayer Meetings Wednesday I on or before the S day of Mama. A, 2/5 4t 2. 2 iJOHN'S
Beach, who came to Starke Saturday night 7:45
Mrs. Leah Bauknight of nigh
Jackson-I night to deliver Dr. and Mrs.Houpt's .
Mrs. C. D. Williams and Mrs ville, and Mrs. George
grandson.Mr. AIRPARK BAPTIST I :
Henrietta Hunt were business Ocala. I

visitors in Jacksonville on Satur and Mrs. E. C. Roberts of Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Spe- N EON

day. Miss Sue Biggs of St. Augustine Daytona Beach spent Thursday to cial service by Rev. R. C. Crosbyat SIGNS

[spent the weekend with Mr. and 11 a.m. Public invited. L. G.
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Arthur Montgomery and Dalton Mrs. Leslie Biggs. Hemingway pastor.
I Roberts. LAKE c.ITY.
White of Griffin Ga. will be week- \ FLORIDA

end guests of Mrs. W. J. Chandlerand Star Brand Shoes last longer. Hollis V. Knight and his mother, REQUEST FOR BIDS
Mrs. W. F. Godwin. On Sun- Get them at Stump's. Mrs. D. E. Knight visited Mrs. I. The Florida Forest Service requests General Contracting & Maintenance

day, Mrs.. Chandler, Mrs. Godwin sealed bids for furnishing all
H. Cason in Lake City last'SUnday. labor and materials
and Mrs. Henry Godwin will return Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis were Lion of one il) Towerman's and construc Residence !

to Griffin, Ga. with Mr. hosts at a delightful party Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lewis and REMINISCING WAS IN ORDER when this congenial group gatheredat I Towerslte at, the Keystone Heights QUICK, SERVICE
of last week for the the annual Ball here last 1 one mile north of Key
Montgomery and Mr. White to day evening sons of South Jacksonville were Birthday Saturday night mains M. Smith stone Heights, Florida on Highway

attend the Goldcji Wedding anni- Methodist Choir members and also I weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs and Nat Sternberg swap stories as Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Sternberg No. :21.Bids.
to be
versary of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. in celebration of Mrs. Del Coney's listen in. Harold C. Wall and Andrews mailed to County Ranger -
L. N. Pickering. They all at- Guy chairman of the ball, P. O. Box 93, Penney O
Feb. birthday anniversary. There were Florida, marked Farms'l
Montgomery on Wednesday i tended the U. of F. graduation complete the group. KEYSTONE TOWER"SEALED
Mr. 32 guests present HOUSE.
10. After the celebration exercises Saturday evening. --- and specifications for this building- PHONE LAKE CITY 1270-W
and Mrs. Montgomery will returnto I nay be obtained from County i
Starke with Mrs. Godwin and : Miss June Clark of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hardy and' Long Is PleasedBy Ranger at above address. III r
!! Get your ILLL.'IARK'alf'ntine family of Aiken, S. C. and Mrs. Sealed bids to be opened at Clay JOHN CREWS
Beach home over the weekend Owner
Mrs. Chandler for an extended |'at Bufflngton's Studio & Gift Shop. Response bounty headquarters, Satsuma ,
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Hammond of Winter Haven Powersite on February 18, 1954 at
I I' were weekend guests of Mr. and From HomesteadersGene li a.m. No bids In excess of 5200.
I. E. Paul Raymond, John Deas and to will be considered. The Florida
I Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Forest Service reserves the right to II....- -'''''''= -,.
and Save. = ;
Trade at Stump's Mrs. P. D. Reddish and son, :j W. D. Thomas of the Liberty National Long, county tax assessor, eject any and/or all bids. 'i .

I| Insurapce Co. were in Birmingham announced this week that he is 2/5 2t 2/12
Mrs. Minnie Hazen of Brooker You Are Invited To Attend
Mrs. Merrill Edwards spent last Jimmy, and Mrs. H. K. Tyus and Ala. business Thursday The
: after- on spent a few days this week with very pleased with the responsehe In[ The Circuit Court Of The Eighth
Friday in Jacksonville visiting son, spent Monday .to Saturday of last week. is getting to the request for Judicial Circuit In And For Brad
M. F. Hazen and V. V. Hazen
relatives. noon in Jacksonville on business.Mr. the ford County, Florida. IB Chancery. FULL
families. signing of homestead exemption (). C. Cason, and Maggie Cason. his GOSPEL TENT
Mrs. A. G. Meister and daughter applications.He ivife. Plaintiffs.. Florida Land
},Ir. and Mrs. Earl Middleton.Mrs. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw had Barbara, of St Petersburgwere and Immigration Company of Florida -
f Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mary Brownlee of Balti- said, however, there seems a corporation et al. Defendants,
W. Q. Dowling and Mr., and as Sunday guests, Sunday guests of Mr. and
Md. is ten days to be some misunderstanding as NOTICES
Mrs. J. A. Budd, Jr. and daughter, Felix Sapp of Heilbronn Springs. Mrs L. L. Conner and Mr. and more The State Of Florida Toi
i Sun- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.H. to why it is necessary for every- The Florida Land a-,d Immigra- REV/I/ VAL
Patty, of Jacksonville were Frazier Shaw.
ion: Company of Florida,
Mrs. W. B. Parks was in Ocala L. Brownlee.Mrs. one to sign a homestead application a corporation -
day guests !aJ Dr. and Mrs. W. E. if in existence and if
this year. [stent.,
I :Middleton. visiting friends on Saturday.Mr. Mrs. D. E. Knight had is dinner X. M. Smith and son, Mike, In order to clear up this under- trustees or grantees, and all other .
guests last Saturday. Mrs. A. M. persons claiming by through or under -
Miss Carolyn Edwards and Alton and Mrs. T. H. Slade made a Petitt of Gainesville and Jerome spent the weekend in Miami visit- standing, Long said that he it; W. H. Dowling, if living, and }i'; FOR ALL PEOPLE
Wheeler Sun- flying business trip to Atlanta on ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. would like to call attention to If dead his unknown heirs at law, '/ OF ALL CHURCHES
of Lake City spent Johns. Mrs. Petitt was enroute: devisees legatees or grantees and <
' day in Lakeland visiting friends. Thursday.ALVAREZ' to Tallahassee for a visit with her Jerry Bolden. Section 7, Article X of the state ill other persons claiming by, \
through or under him and Bailie
constitution, which reads as fol- ;
son Actin? Governor Charley E. arrives Dowling. hi? wife, if living, and if Everyone Welcome
New merchandise: lows: lead, her
Johns and family.Mr. I unknown heirs at law, devisees
Men's Clothing daily at Stump's. I "Every person who has the legal; legatees, or grantees, and
all other ,
i ersons claiming by
Iml El STORE Established 1894 III and Mrs. J. W. Jones of I title or beneficial title in equity through or under her: J. H. Dowl

m I I II Florence S. C. were last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson were to real property in this State and !ing known, if livin heirs?, at and law if dead deviseeile, his un NIGHTLY

guests: of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hard- dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Mae who resides thereon and in good ;gatees or grantees and all other- a

I Hawkins in Waldo. faith makes the same his or her I persons claiming by. through or under I ti
I ing. him ail if married at 7:45
permanent home, or the permanent -Dowling, his wife if' living and I : penile
at',i C. H. Register of Tallahassee home of another or others I i If dead her unknown heirs at law,
Mr. and Mrs. George Slinger More for your money was the recent guest of his sister,, 'legally or naturally dependent I:devisees legatees and grantees and
Stump's.Dale all other persons claiming b>', I
I Mrs. H. A. Lawson. ,upon.said person, shall be entitled through or under her; W. H. and J. Jesus Saves
I'H. Dowling. partnership, if
a in existence -
ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF Johns of Gainesville spent i; !to an exemption from all taxation, and if nonexistent Its unknown -
Wednesday and Thursday with his\i I Mrs. Bertha Pearce and daughter except for assessments for special ,: successors, trustees or grantees Rev and Mrs. J. H. (',tin Jesus
Mrs. Mary Lane of Jacksonville benefits up to the assessed valua : and all other persons claiming Heals
grandparents Mr. and | by through or under It; Peninsular Evangelist
Johns, while his parents, Mr. and left Saturday for Biloxi, tion of $5 000 dollars on the said :Lumber Company, a corporation, if
The SNACK BARAT 'I|Miss. to visit Mr. and :Mrs. Tom home contiguous real proper- i In existence, and if nonexistent its
Johns, attendedthe
Mrs. Carl LaMar ,
1 unknown successors trustees or Tent
, State Fair in Tampa. Peacock, Jr., and then to New ty. ." i grantees, and all other persons is Located on Highway 16, One Block Off Highway

,'Orleans, La. to visit Mr. and Mrs.E. As defined by Section I, :claiming by through or under it; 301 Cor. 10th and Clark Streets.

323 TEMPLE AVENUE I Ronald Scaff and Bill Beatty of R. Smyth and family. They expect cle X: ". a homestead Arti-i I Empire tion, if in Lumber existence Company, and if a nonexist corpora-

.Clearwater spent last Friday evening to be gone ten days. extent of 160 acres of land, or eat Its unknown successors, trust- Starke, Florida
)G ees or grantees-other than George i
, :, with Mr. and Mrs. Frazier the half of one acre within the ,Cone deceased and his heirs at law I
Shaw. Every Day is Bargain Dayat limits of any Incorporated city or I devisees legatees grantees, successors -
Short Orders Breakfast Soft Drinks and assigns-and all other I
I Stump's.Miss town ." persons cla'mlng! by through or under I .... _'_ L _'_ _.
Misses Elizabeth Lawson and I said Empire Lumber Company, a 4' .. __ .,
Another section of Article X : : __ _. __ __
Schlitz Beer and and all unknown -
TapI corporation any
on '
( Gloria BosweB of West Palm Gayle Sewell arrived home states that: "Each person who' persons or parties claimingany

I Beach spent the weekend with from Baton' Rouge, La. on Sunday. claims said exemption shall file estate right, title or interest In
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell also or lien upon the following described 9-PIECE
I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson.Stump's appropriate form, properly filled lands in Bradford County Florida f
have as guests this week, Mrs.J. to wit:
out and executed with the asses-
FAMILY TRADE INVITED D. Cottrell of Leesburg, and Parcel One
Store has a birth- sor on or before April 1 of EACH The Northwest Quarter of the
dr. 43 years old Sat. Feb. 6. I Mrs. J. D. Cottrell, Jr. of Eustla. year. The assessor shall deliverto Southwest Quarter of Section 14 3 2. 1

I orEN 8:30 AJW TO MIDNIGHT MON., thru SAT. Arrived Thjrsday for the remainder him a receipt over his signa- Township East. 6 South Range 21 BED ROOM

fcMrs.. P. H. Wilhelm of Miami of the week were Mrs ture which will bear date as of Parcel Tw

i and Mrs. Rose MazzareUo of John Adams Guissinger and son, the day such application was The Southwest Quarter of the
of Section
'I j Philadelphia, Pa. are arriving to- Roger Guissinger of Baton Rouge, taken. The possession of such receipt Southwest 14, Township Quarter 6 South Range 21 i GROUP

;day for a week's visit with Mr. Alvin Green of Magnolia. Ark., shall constitute conclusive East.
ANNOUNCING and Mrs. Jack of Baton You, and each of you, are hereby Phone 80
and Mrs Steve Simmons.Mrs. Rogers of such Starke..1a.
proof of the timely filing notified that there has been filed in I
Rouge. application." the Circuit Court i in and For Brad-

THE OPENING OF R. J. Davis and daughter, Long stated that he is aware County.wherein O.Flfrida c*, Cason a Bill and in Marele Chancery Ca. I-BED was 169-95
Mrs. L. F. Smith, Jr. and son Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent Tuesday that heretofore the homesteaderwas son his wife are Plaintiffs and CHEST

Larry, of Gainesville were visiting to Thursday of last week with each of you Is a Defendant the VANITY i
Nancy Jane not required to sign the exemption and
style of which is O C. Cason
Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes in Winter' VANITY BENCH
friends here last Friday.Mr
,application each year, Maggie Cason his wife, vs. Florida
Haven. ; Land and Immigration Company of
but as the county grows and our Florida a corporation, et al. Defendants 1MATTRESSt
l SCHOOL OF DANCEKEYSTONE and Mrs. Thomas Lewis and Get laws become stricter, he feels the relief therein prayed 1-COIL SPRINGS NOW 139.95
family were in Cross City Sunday your that we should adhere to the requirements being a decree quieting and confirm- !. 1-BED SPREAD

INNInstructions visiting Mrs. Lewis' father, T. D. at Bullington'g Studio & Gift Shop.I of the law as near as herelnabove ing Plaintiff's described title to and the it lands fur- 2-PILLOWS

In Dixon. possible to insure us of the bene- ther appearing from said "worn Bill
Mrs. Mary Edwards of Jackson- of Complalrt that the names of the
fits to which we are entitled. Defendants are unknown except asl|
Tap, Acrobatic, Ballet BallroomAges Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Cove ville and Mrs. Lily Damon of The tax assessor pointed out therein set forth and that the addresses I I

Springs was the Sunday guest of Birmingham, Ala. are guests this and residence (if aid Defendants tl fSimilar
3 to 18 that non-adherance to the law are unk-iown and that ,
Mrs. C. D. Williams. week of Dr. M. B. Herlong and
regarding homestead exemption there is no person or person1with-
For Further Information Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlong.
would result in the homestead-!
Mrs. Thos. F. Sherwood of Her- They all enjoyed a picnic lunchat
Contact Mrs. Sam D. Wilson property being subject to addition
kimer, N. Y. is spending this week Itchetucknee Springs on Mon- ,
to the non-exempt tax roll.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5 6 P.M. 9 P.M. with Judge and :Mrs. George A. day. rEJJmFor

Gardiner. I Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey and

a pssp Isi I Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had as family spent Saturday in Jacksonville -
! igIllljT w ,. Mr and Mrs. T. R. Jacks and weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. P. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob
i A- ; "
-- < < ( daughter of Laurens, S. C. have S. Hutto of Savannah, Ga., Mr. !'Yancey and :Mrs. Maggie Douglasof I

T fI I rented one of the Nollman apart- and Mrs. Charlie Parker of Holly Columbus, Ga. Crops & Livestock II I

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Mr. and Mrs. W. H. re-
, !i I with Torode Chevrolet Co. 'I Ii :family and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. turned home last week after a two Gainesville! Production To

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SERVICE f Congress

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Felix Sapp and Bradford So Lorenzo Green states that he L By Geo. T. HugginsCounty ::::::

Conservation District Supervise] letting good grazing from his Agent House of Representativeshas ='-
sweet lupine. "The lupine is staying =
J. B. White, were walking across Agricultural Extension Senlc heard a number of messages --
ahead of the cows", remarked ij
a piece of new ground that J. B. from the President concerning his --
Lorenzo. (Variety is Best this The USDA
spring. Marketing
wag taking in when Felix remarked various proposals for legislation.
turned 12 Don't wait till time to plant and Service reports farmer intention He has sent, for example his bud
"Last year I under John Dukes, a District Cooperator ,
then not be able to get the varietyof of about 52 million pigs this spring ?QO ao1tE1
in which he has estimatedthat
of Bahia get
acres common pasture who farms in the Long Bridge
and It made the best seed you want. or about a four percent increase this year we will spend
planted corn. section, has been turning ground 65.61 'fi r
For there three 1953. This is bigger than last'
peanuts are over '
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billion dollars. Our income
corn I had seen in a long time. 1 He says he doesn't burn off any
.improved varieties of runner year but still is considerably smal
plan to turn some more pasture of his fields. "We need all the organic pea- 62.7 billion dollars, making a deficit Quantity
this We nuts available, all introduced by ler than 1952 or for the past 10( of 2.9 billion dollars. Na- Rights Reserved Prices Good Thrn Sat., Feb. 6
and plant corn year. matter we can get into the
the Florida Agricultural Experi- years. 1IIiI t __
walked back to the barn and were I soil", states John.Adequate tional security items will accountfor .r. -
looking over J. B.'s bulls when he ment Station. These are Dixie There is also a demand factor 6$ per cent of the total bud- STOKELY'S CtCg
Runner, Early Runner and Flo- to consider as well as the supply Sliced or Halves Y. }
pointed to a field of sweet yellow get. If we count proposed ap-
Feed rispan. Florispan is the newest. In of hogs on hand Nothing indicate;;
the Veterans Program
lupine and stated that he has hIs propriation for
pigs on the lupine for some tim(Needed To Produce recent tests it has yielded about any decrease in demands for port 4.2 billion dollars (estimatedthis Ko2i}
45 cent sound mature this fall. Income is expected to PEACHES
now and hasn't fed any corn. Fell per more year), which is an indirect ; 21C
Healthy PigsIf kernels than the Florida Runner stay near the present levels and
of !
stated that the pigs sure looked cost of war, the percentage
and its peanut-to-hay ratio is con- our population growth is adding
good for not having any corn. our national defense will go up
sows are to produce good siderably higher than other varie new pork consumers every day
75 cent. the
to about Despite
Titus Olson used the District'; strong litters of pigs in the spring,, ties. It is early as Early Runner, In fact, there are about 300 new fact that this per I predict we STOKELY'S FruitCOCKTAIL
fertilizer spreader to put out 301 they must get adequate feed dur about 10 days earlier than Dixie persons in our country each hour
will at a deficit
lbs. of 0-8-24 per acre on hi,f ing the period of gestation, says Runner, and 20 days earlier than that passes. again operate has been made in I
clover. We walked over Titus Dr. Harold Wallace of the Univer- Florida Runner. But if you want Ready to Plant a Garden? much progress whichis No 303 71C
the balancing of the budget, L
sity of Florida Agricultural Ex- Runner Now is the time to start plan-
pasture and he had a good stan< peanuts to hog-off, use Early so important, I think, to the
of clover. He feels that by using periment Stations. because they stay dormant in I.ning your spring garden. The first
of Democracy.
strength our
a high potash fertilizer he will tx Adequate feed for the pregnantsow the ground longer. Dixie Spanishis I step toward a good garden is to
able to make the clover step out the animal husbandman ex- still the best Spanish variety. ,turn the land two or three weeks There has been a 10 per cent cut STOKELY'S ORANGE
and grow. plains, includes protein concentrates Dixie 18 is still the best adapted, ahead of planting so that all the in personal income tax as of Jan-

minerals, and carbohy- high yielding yellow hybrid corn organic turned under will have had uary 1, and there will probablybe V

The other day Lloyd and Adam drates. "The sow must have enough for' Florida. Dixie 17 and NC 27 time to decompose. passed about 25 revisions in TOMATO JUICE 4 46-oz Cons $4.00

Green were sitting in Green's store feed to main her body and to pro- fields well but should be used for Usually a complete fertilizer is our tax laws during this second f

discussing the usual thing-pasture duce good, healthy pigs," he points short-term cribbing or hogging very necessary to assure you a session of the 83rd Congress. :

cows, and fishing, when [own.Jre I good healthy growing product.The Another one of the President's

Lloyd, from his place on the jeep out.To provide feed for sows, Dr. are Robbers home gardener can figure that messages concerned a housing STOKELY'S -

seat near the counter, remarked Wallace recommends green forage Lice infested cows or hogs lose he will need about one pound of program which called for a bet- f I

that he was turning in on his crops, such as oats, sweet yellow ,nergy, require more feed and a 4-7-5 or 5-7-5 fertilizer for every ter credit program for those of

white clover. "My clover is about lupine, and clover, to provide protein I cannot produce economically. DDT 15 feet of row. low income, increased private en- I
six inches high and looking sc I and vitamins that are important ,\,ill kill lice on either. It has a When you buy seed, ask the terprise participation and greater TOMATO CATSUPJ4-ozBott'e 1SC

green it looks blue," stated Lloyd to the animal's health. esidual effect and will keep them dealer which variety is best for local community activity.

G. L. Sapp, whose farm is located When such crops are available in I off for some time, depending on this area and buy that one. In The House this past week passeda t
the amount of ,amount of rain animals are exposed general, it pays to buy treated seed )
on Bayless Highway, is using i good supply protein bill increasing by 51,750,000 the STOKELY'S Golden Cream Style !
the District's seed cultipacker tc I concentrate may be reduced. '' too. For hogs, if you wanto or buy a material such as spergon Commodity Credit Corporation's

plant Pensacola grass.A Minerals also are highly important get away from old motor oil, and treat the seeds yourself. This andyou'll lending authority. As we know, No 303 Cans
for the good health of the :DDT is good. You should not use prevents damping-off disease this authority is responsible for COR N t 1 29C
basic soil and water conservation sow and the formation of pigs. A :DDT on dairy animals that are get a better stand of plants.such all of the great farm programs in

farm plan was preparedfor mixture of 0.5 percent steamed :kept: for milk. Rotenone, methory- Right now you can plant the nation.

T. F. Gaskins on his farm in bone meal, 0.5 percent ground I hlor or lindane should be used. as Irish potatoes, spinach, onions, One of the most important IIIPJP.I! !! z ._. ..-.; "_ ._,_ ., r __r ft--"L < no.-
Fisher is truck Good Crop and garden peas. During February __ _
the Lawtey area. limestone, and 0.5 percent iodized :logs that has this : -' e '-'- I I.J1
cropping some of his land. He salt may be added to the concentrate Clyde Murphree, economist with you can plant Lima bean., things past week, and I think happened by far the 1ttm "' .f.rt1ii..J.: u >!tJ--p-- .. _,.. ',

says he likes to turn under all the ration, or the minerals maybe he Agricultural Extension Service beets, carrots, radishes and maybe
most the visit of
interesting was
organic matter he can. He is us provided in a mineral box for gives us this information on corn. For a complete planting calendar the President of Turkey. He madea I Maxwell House Vac Pac SURE-MIX
ing Sesbania for a cover crop. He the sow. he hog situation. The price on for this area, ask us to send
fine talk to both the House and
also plans to use Pensacola Bahia :hogs next fall will depend in a you our circular on vegetable production -
The amount of concentrates the Senate in joint session on Friday
and white clover in his pastures., large measure on how many pigs I or come in and pick up
to a sow will depend on green feed morning. Turkey is one of COFFEE CRISCO
American farms one.
born on all ;
available, her weight, and whethershe .are the bravest of our allies, and I

is mature. The growing sow ..............f /fnff'HIGHLAND don't believe any member of Con-
Lace in will need more feed than the mature Silage And Grazing gress feels that the help we have Lb Can ;
Lb Can
animal A sow should gain Used By DairymanTo given that little nation has been 9SC 3 79C
from 75 to 125 pounds during ges- Costs wasted. They are now strong ma-

LEATHER. tation, and she will lose 30 to 40 Cut Feed By Mrs. Lacy NormanLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALI terially and morally, and Turkeyhas I

pounds at farrowing and most of is had much to do with the pro-
Crawford of Lake City
the remainder of her gain during Floyd of silage,, tection of the free world in the
'New Nice lactation, Dr. Wallace says. using sweet a lupine, and oats very ef Sunday School 9:45 a. m. eacl very backyard of Russia. The !: -= .--_. -.- """" =.3I___ .' _
While adequate feed is
in his
of President of Turkey spoke
costs service
the Morning Worship
important, the sow should not be feeding fectively his dairy reducing herd, according I, 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer Meet native language, and it was the .1iritijiI"-oI'-. "'_ _--_--_ _- -_-_-_ ...
over-fed, as a sow that is too fat, first time had heard a foreign
COMBINATIONStyle Agent Neal Dukes.Mr. ing each Wednesday 7 p. m I
heavy, and lazy may have difficulty to County EATSU.
official make such an address. QUALITY
Teachers each Saturday
to meeting ; !
Crawford, who came
farrowing. Fox this reason, the
7 m.The Immediately[ after he would givea I
County from Oregon p.
farmer should watch the conditionof Columbia paragraph in Turkish, the ma- '
5265 his sows and adjust the feed to three years ago, is using the three Black Creek Missionary terial would be translated into
5266 keep them in good condition. Unless crops for the first time this winterto Baptist Union met Friday Jan. 29! English. Despite this interruptionof S. Govt. Grade"Good"! Eat-Rite Beef

the feed contains considerable feed his herd of 30 Guernseys,, with dinner and supper spread as;
5268 he figures that they have reduced the meeting lasted from 9:45 a. his talk, it was very interesting Round Sirloin Lb C
fiber, it is unwise to self-feed sows. and and inspiring. or
his feed bill $300 a month m. to 9:30: p. m. Twenty-oni S TEA E K 69t

the periodIn churches
HINTS TOHOUSEWIVES from his bill for same were representedRev.
Widmark StarsIn
1953. E. C. Harvey is conductinga .

After conferring with Mr. Dukes revival at Bayless Highway; Grim Film ;

EAT THE RIGHT FOODSTO and other Agricultural Extension Baptist church. Coming To Florida CHUCK ftOAST.Lb S 39C
PREVENT DECLINE Service workers, he planted Dixie Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Herndon and \ .

18 corn for silage on his farm in children were called to Georgia The hard-hitting story of whatit .

For less decline in the so-called the Lake Lona section last spring. because of the death of Mrs. Hern- takes to become a U. S. Infantryman -

declining years," better food habits Using a bulldozer, he cut a large don's brother. is told in "Take the Lb )

are recommended by home economists trench silo in the top of a hill on Mrs. J. D. Boone was called to High Ground", showing at the 7" CUT RIB ROAST 59CI

of the U. S. Department of his place. Because it was higher Jacksonville by the death of a Florida Theatre this Sunday and I j

Agriculture. As people live longer than surrounding land, it was not relative Roy Mattox. Monday. Richard Widmark and

they need to give more consideration necessary to put in a concrete Happy Birthday to Sharon Mos Elaine Stewart have the leading

Intricate lace design in to diets that will make floor. In the summer he harvestedand ley and Auie Austin.W. roles. t Lb
those extra years healthier and ensiled his corn crop. RD. SHOULDER ROAST 49CI
smooth, supple leather C. Hardee and Homer Smitl The plot centers around a varied
fashioned into a tailored tie thus happier and more useful. Mid- Early in the fall he planted I were business visitors to Jackson assortment of typical American

shoe that will lighten each dle-agers especially should check sweet lupine and oats to go &long ville Saturday.Mr. boys from all parts of the country,
on what they eat to have diets with the corn silage. Both of these I and Mrs. Kirby Stringer an and depicts their 16 weeks of
step to cloud softness. The that will prepare them for healthier crops have made very good ; nounce the arrival of a son, Jan training: under a tough, one-track- Lb
medium wedge com-
later But even the elderly -
years. growth. 24 at St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs mind sergeant who moulds them
fort news. too. Blond or often can do much for themselves For several weeks he has been Stringer is the former Kathleei into the deadliest fighting machine

black. Just f by learning what foods feeding corn silage to his cows Hardee. on earth. It is also the story of. a t

they need and why. daily and grazing them on the Shirley Smith spent Saturda; lonely and frustrated girl who i

$3.98Bobbie's As research has shown that food lupine or oats every other day, and with Bonnie Padgett in Maxville finally! penetrates the hard shell Mon-CiI's Yorkshire Sliced

has much to do with many of the he expects the combination to Bonnie returned home with her of the crusty sergeant. {
chronic ills common among the elderly provide feed for the herd until and spent the night.Keystone Widmark. who hit Hollywood stiiW'b Lb

BooteryAT more attention is being given the middle of March. And his feed stardom via tough guy roles por- ( 19c BAON 69C
will stave off these
to diets that bill is running $300 lower per YYYTTTYTTTYYTTYYTTT T.YT trays the veteran drill sergeant

conditions. A nutritionally adequate month than it was in the winterof whose, one ambition is perfection.The .
DUCKY'SStarke diet for the elderly is similar 1953. Heights background of the "Take ..

Fla. to that for any adult. First emphasis the High Ground" is practically Freshly Ground Eat-Rite Gr. "A," Frozen Fryer 4 Lb Box
should be on foods supplying
Scouts Attend 100 per cent G. I. with few excep-
nutrients for repair and upkeep of by Mrs. Sara, !McDonald tions, cast and crew all served In

Court Of HonorBoy &&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA u.uVance branch uniform,of the representing services. every HBURGERLb39C B A 1 C K S 49C

70 went
Scouts of Troop Barr MarriageOn ,

BENTON & CUMBER AWNINGSINSTALLED .to Gainesville for their monthly January 23 at 8 p. m., Miss, were in Keystone for the weekend.Mr. .
I Court of Honor last Thursday. Terrell Colette Barr and Clarence and Mrs. Brown of Washington -

They did not win any awards du I Elmore Vance were married in; D. C., parents of Mrs. _. _
ON THE NEW to the fact that there was not the Keystone Heights Community Dale Siprelle, are visiting their IMR t.frw; ;-- .

enough transportation for all the I Church with Dr. Ralph Neale per, daughter for a few weeks. Mr. U. S. No. 1 White Cobbler :,
Scouts to go. forming the ceremony. Matron 01,.Siprelle graduated from the University -

CARL RITCH PLUMBING SHOP Edward Green passed his first honor was Mrs. Lee Pentious and t of Florida last Saturday.Miss Lbs

class and Jan Mundorff, Archie bridesmaids were Darlene Missio, Gladys Tillis and Mrs. Pat POTATOES 10 25C I

.' Green, Robert Kelly, Kenneth Anne Vance Lois Ann Brock,, Fraher will go to Miami on Friday -

.....-- 1 :Miller, Charles Manier, and Archie Paula Binion and Mrs. Buster B, to stay until Tuesday. ,

-', .;V i Green _passed merit badges.the Smiley. They wore blue taffeta, Mr and Mrs. Ray Riley of Elizabeth .

Mi' I with silver head bands and carried II N. J. visited Mrs. Fraher Fresh Crisp Florida
... other foods be
Then can
i red roses. The bride's mother won 'last weekend. I
1 added as needed to meet energy :blue chiffon with white camellias,, I :Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carey have Heads

needs. Because elderly people are I The groom's mother wore orchid I bought a home near Lawtey and I LETTUCE 19C
active than
younger I lace with pink camellias. will be a moving there soon. I
they need less of the foods that Best man was Ralph G. God. The "March of Dimes" drive in

are solely for energy. But their'I frey and ushers were Land C. God_ Keystone Heights and surrounding I
need for protein, minerals and .i communities was success and ACE HIGH Quick-Frozen Concentrated
i frey Jr., Wm. P. Demery. Buste: : a
vitamins is the same or ever ,, little over $600 has been turned I
,B. Smiley, Thomas P. Ward, and I a
greater. Thus, from middle age on- Frank Duguids.During over to the Clay County Chapter. Cans .

wards well-balanced diet should I the ceremony. Miss Lind; Mrs. E. Altman, the local chairman OftANGE line i 99C

include generous amounts of milk Walker sang "Because" and 'Thi! wishes to thank each individual ii I
and milk products, lean meat I I Lord's Prayer. and organization that had i

poultry, fish and eggs as well as, Following the ceremony a reception ...a part in making this possible. i
vegetables and fruits especially was held in the Keystone Inn I Last week we reported the LAND O'SUNSHINEUTT ,;
Our leafy green and yellow vegetables;i ; theft of the collection money from
Aluminum The
Awnings Are The young couple have gone t< I
and tomatoes and citrus fruits. Clemson, S. C. where Mr. Vane the Keystone Baptist Church. Lb Carton
Lowest Priced in the U. S. The nutritional problems com'1 entered Clemson College this wed!t I This week we have better news to B E R 69

mon among the elderly deserve 1!and his wife has taken a positioi 1:report. The church received an ,

better understanding today when t as secretary to the Housing Director _:anonymous donation of $100. f t
more than 8 percent of our population .-I of the I
college. Their ad
are over the age of 65 years,-i dress is 165 Milkyway, Clemson

BENTON & CUMBER AWNINGS\ Three are basic: Poor reasons food for habits these of problems long.,I of Mr.Lyons.and Nebraska Mrs. Harry stopped Ehringe off a i MoJ w16 6 I E Lbs 1Q I IIF

standing; low incomes; effect or.t;the Tullis home while making t I I

200 South Cherry Street appetite and food intake of difficult tour of Florida. Mr. Ehringer is i JI t 1
adjustments often I
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flyVT yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy job of keeping a big freezer full all about it from Joe Kerrigan.It dence and address is: Unknown. I i In Circuit Curt Bradford County, (OFFICIAL SEAL) diaries A. DarbyAs I above named Court and rise and
of food. Winton has the big task that You are hereby notified that a'' Florida I. Chaacery. Cl rk of said Court you are required to serve a copy .t
seems something was pil- suit for J Horace Hamilton Hurdle. Jr., Plain- By Marian L. Crosli.\'.\ Deputy Clerk your answer or pleading to the
/r3g ] of managing 6,000. acres for Canal' fering Joe's eggs, and what with Divorce, custody and control of tiff, vs. Catherine L. Hurdle, Defendant Zach H. Douglas 5-5, Lynch Building ,complaint on the PlatatltC.Attorn.y *
Timber Corp., not the least of one thing and another Joe didn't minor child Cise No. 10-308 Jacksonville, Florida. T. Frank Las druta,
baa been filed against you in the+ Order Of Publication And N.tieeT. Attys. for PfL 1/29 4t 2/11 Starke, Florida
DIARYTfa which, is fighting fires. like it. He took an egg, and usinga above named Court and cause and I' Appear State Of Florida Tot -t- I and file the original la the office
hypodermic needle, injected some you are required to serve a copy of Catherine L. Hurdle whose residence NOTICE TO UPPEAH ,of the Clerk of the Circuit Court o*
3 your answer or pleading to the complaint and address is: 14$ South 1in.4fer.
Alice visited folks from Circuit Cart County, before the
some IIn I or
strychnine, and put it ni the nest. on the Plaintiff Attorney I Philadelphia Avenue Egg Harbor Florida In Gtia ce.ry. 1 day of March, US4,
author will be glad to re- New Jersey, John and Marion McConnell Joe was quite nervous, for of A. J. Thomas, Jr., Starke. Fla. I City Jew Jersey. William C. Berggoeti. Plaintiff, vs. otherwise the allegations of said
of Interest 3 who bought the old Mc- and file the original in the office of You are required to appear on Dolores Berggoetx, Oefendut.: will be taken ai
reive items concern- course it is a deadly poison. How- the Clerk of the Circuit Court onl,March 1, 1954. in the above named Case No. 10-310 I Complaint con.
activities of farmers In Kay place. They are interestedin or before the 1 day of March. I reseed by you.
lag the ever that night Mr. Eggstealer got Court and cause wherein plaintiff Notiee T. Appear.To This notice shall be pabUthe
Bradford County. Suggestions may dogs and horses. his just deserts, for the next morn- said 1954;Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken aa confessed of-I seeks divorce with custody and sup- : Dolores Bergi-ts. whose residence I once each week for four oonmcattve -
u port of minor children to defendant. and address It: 228 Cincinnati I week in the Bradford County
be left at the Telegraph office or ing Joe found a 'possum near the by you. Bradford County Telegraph shall Avenue Egg Harbo: City, New Jer Felegraph.
mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey, Got a lot of interesting informa- This notice shall be published,publish this Order in next four sey.
coop, dead as a doornail. once each week for four consecutive issues. Dated this I" day >f January, 1IS4.
tion by attending the Forestry weeks in the Bradford County Tele- weekly Yon are hereby notified that a .(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
By Sam McGarvey graph. I Witness my hand and official suit for I. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Show recently. We particularly Well, election time is rolling I Dated this 23 day of January, ;seal at Starke, Florida this Jan- Divorce By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.

. . . . .. . . . . . . enjoyed the demonstration of around again, and as usual the 1954. I uary 27, 1954. has been filed against you in the tIn 41 tnt
treating fence posts, as we heard .
farmer is finding out that he hasa Clerk of the Circuit Court R
We turned our cows loose in our. do better We hope to raiseenough first of a method of skinning logs Ey Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
II lot friends than he thoughthe
more 1/29 4t 2/l i
winter pasture of rye and rescue; to get plenty in our deep which are to be used for posts.It the i I I
had. For the time being, 1
grass, and in practically no time freeze. ) is called "bug peeling" and consists NOTICE TO APPEAR
it down. I of the unskinned farmer is a very important person In Circuit Court. Bradford County
had chewed letting
at all they post
and just about everybody in the Florida I. Chancery.Martha .
So we took them out broadcast At last we got the rest of our lay on the ground for about two country is worried about his wel- Stavitski. Plaintiff vs. Wil- NOTICE !

400 Ibs. of nitrate of soda, and now Fall Irish potatoes dug, and we're weeks. During this time the in- fare. We say gently, and withno liam Anthony Stavitski. Defendant.Caae No. 10-306.

the pasture is starting to look glad we did for they turned out sects will do a good job of loosen- malice, that he could use some Notice To Appear.ToViliiam .

good again. We're going to wait to be fine spuds. They were water ing the bark and little damage to And Anthony Staritski.
friends after election. by whose residence and address is: Un
a while longer, and then let 'the marked to some extent, but good the wood, according to the speaker. friends, we do not mean that he known. ,

cows get some good eating. Thisis eating and we took some to our To our way of thinking thisis wants something for nothing. for Your suit are for hereby divorce notified custody that and a

the first time we've ever fertil- folks in Jacksonville. And now a fine idea, for we are much in inde- control of minor child III
the farmers we know are
ized a pasture, but not the last. we have to get more planted. favor of putting insects to work pendent and just want a chance to above has been named filed Court against and you cause In and the A SLIGHT INCREASE I SUBSCRIPTION RATES

for us, in stead of against us. make a decen living. you are required to serve a copy of
in his S a your answer or pleading f> the com-
One fine day, with a glint With the potatoes dug we were i plaint on the Pla.lntitrAttorney

eye and a gun in his hand, Sam able to cut up those rows, and Alice got some sweet peas! Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Exchange EFFECTIVE FEB. 15 1954AS

to the hog and planted, and we hope they do as Desk Building, Jacksonville. ,
went down pen I also the old berry beds, where we Ebterbrook fountain pen Florida,
dispatched Myrtle, the turtle- had raised our runners. It seemeda well this year as they have here- Set. Only $3 at Bradford County and file the original in the office of
to heaven (where,! tofore. They are a delicately the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
tailed hog Telegraph.
pig shame to do it, for some of the before the 1 day of March, FOLLOWS
no doubt, there is unlimited feed beautiful flower and we never get 1954; otherwise the allegations of
berry plants we cut were bigger
NOTICE TO APPEAR said Complaint will be taken as confessed -
and no fences). We had some tired of admiring them.
and stronger looking than some la Circuit Court Bradford County.Florida by you.
trouble getting all the hair off, we have in our field. But now ) In Chancery. This notice shall be published ONE YEAR $3.00 6 MONTHS $1.75
as the 53-galon drum we used Again speaking of fence posts, Virginia Carr, Plaintiff vs. Milford once each week for font consecutive
we have some land which will be Warren Carr, Defendant.Case. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
for scalding was not full enoughto we found one of our treated posts No. 10-309 .
available for and other
completely dunk Myrtle. Cleaning greens lying on the ground (only the Notice To Appears Dated this 26 day of January,
things. To Milford Warren Carr, whose 1954. !
the hog was not such a bad lower half had been treated). The residence: and address Is: R A (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 3 MONTH $1.00

job, and before long we were S' treated part was absolutely un- 34403877 H.Q. Co. 27th Sig. Base Clerk of the Circuit Court
Postmaster, By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
A.P.O. 189 c/o
Mrs. Frank Gave our berries a pretty good while the untreated Depot.
busy cutting it up. damaged, part New York, New York. 1/29 4t 2/19 I
Wells, came in and showed us working, to get some of the weeds had been attacked and was al- You are hereby notified that a
la Circuit Court Bradford e.uatT.Florida Subscriptions Will Be At
suit for divo'ce Accepted The Old Rates Until
very quickly that she knows a and to loosen up the soil. Used ready in a state of partial decay. has been filed against you in the ; I. Chancery. Feb. 15,

lot about butchering. We chilled the wheel hoe on the sides of the There's one thing about it, seeingis above named Court and cause and Marion J. Myers. Plaintiff, vs Rob- 1954. All Subscribers Will Have The Privilege of Renewing
of ert H. Myers, Defendant. at
the meat and then put it in the beds and it proved to be a tedious believing. you are required to serve a copy Case No. 10-313
to the com-
pleading Old
freezer. The meat weighed 65 job a matter of about 13,680 your plaint answer on the or Plaintiff' AttorneyT. Order Of Publication And Notice To Rate Whether or Not Their Subscriptions Are Due at

much all linear feet, or little over two Sam ready in Frank Landrum. Starke, Appear; State Of Florida To the Present Time.
lbs which was not for a On the beds got Florida Robert H: Myers whose residenceand .

that work. and a half miles of it. There'sone left field, Alice set out some celery and file the original in the office address Is: 2814 S. Elm St. I

Se thing about working slowly and some more cabbage.We of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Munice. Indiana.
plants or before the 1 day of March You are required to appear on I
Next Alice got busy and made over the berry patch, and that is had some pretty good celeryone 1954; otherwise the allegations of March 1. 1954, in the above named iI i I

that you sure get to know what and hope that we can said Complaint will be taken as confessed Court and cause: wherein plaintiff i We made a determined effort in recent
some fine country sausage, and year by you. seeks divorce, alimony, restorationof i hTe years to hold down subscription rates

then scrapple. The latter is made you've got by almost inspectingeach I get some more.. This notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce Bradford maiden name.County Telegraph shall and still give our readers a newspaper with more pages, more pictures and more

by cooking some of the meat, then plant. In our case our weeks each In the Bradford County Tele- publish this Order in next four news than before. However, the latest jncr ,,tSe in Newsprint, effective Jan 1 1954
planting is spotty; some of the Old Santa Claus sure was goodto weekly issues. ,
cutting it up .small pieces. The graph. and ever-mounting costs of other materials rising into the
production of
Witness hand and official
plants are big and healthy, but Sam this Among other Dated this 27 day of January. 1954. toy a newspaper
broth, which has been seasonedto year. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby seal at Starke, Florida, this January makes it no longer possible for us to absorb I all of this increase and still riVeoar
we have a lot of little ones that he brought a pair of fencing 27 1954.
etc. is things Clerk of the Circuit Court
taste, with sage, thyme, readers the
type to which
OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. DarbyAs newspaper they are accustomed.
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thickened with corn meal. The just don't give a darn whether pliers, and now removing fence By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 1/29 U irk Clerk of said Court

meat is put back in, mixed they produce or not. staples should be a lot easier. One, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

loaf thing is certain, and that is that NOTICE OF INTENTION! TO Charles R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life 1937
thoroughly, and poured into I. Bldg.. Jacksonville, Florida. Comparative Prices 1954
pans. Although we have quite a lot most any job is done easier and Notice REGISTER is hereby FICTITIOUS given that NAME the: Attys. for Plf. 1/29 4t 12/1 ..

S e e of fruit, and right now a lot of better if you have the proper undersigned under the provisions of VOTICM TO APPEARIn 1 Ib. of Newsprint 2.75c flBSc

Our English peaa have been, fine big bloom, we have yet to tools. And brother, you can't pull Acts Chapter of 1941 20.953., will Laws register of with Florida the Bloridatn Clrenlt Court Bradford Conatr,

damaged by so much rain and pick our first berry. We've had out staples with your teeth'Anyhow Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and Karl H. Rasmussen Chaaeerr.Plaintiff! n.
of Flori-
of but the for Bradford County State Inger W. Raamussen, Defendant.
some ripen
cold weather that they
some da, upon receipt of proof of publi- AN INCREASE OFt o PER
Case No. 10-297 CENT
haven't done well. However, we robins get there ahead of us. We Sam has no longer an cation of this notice, the fictitiousname fork. .... Appear ,

planted some more in left field have a greivance against them, 'excuse for not fencing in the house of El I Rancho engaged Restaurant in busi-un- To: Inger W. Rasmussen whose
which am
that we can do three der residence and address is: 2 B mmmm *i m mm t M -
especially, as they are so doggonebold. pasture, so 301 north of
(Hundredfold) and hope they will ness on U. S. Highway Paunegaardvej. Ceatofle. Denmark.
Clap your hands, or hoot things we've wanted to do for a Starke, Fla. You are hereby notified that a

and holler, and most birds will long time. First is having a That is:the J. sole 2.!. Edwards owner of P.said O.business Box- suit Divorcehas ear We feel sure that our subscribers can readil j see from the above figures what we

take off but Mr. Robin just hops pasture to wean calves; second, 62S Starke Fla. been filed against in h',
you :
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S with chlordane Dated this 29th day of JanuaryA.D. ,above named Court and cause and i are up against and will not object to this slijjht increase of less than half a cent per
around We've heard the pasture
treat .
arrogantly. third .. 1954 a that they won't go north until the I to get rid of the worms; County Florida. ft your answer or pleading tr the ,
j/jf ZI19 I : I give you a bigger and better newspaper or.j which will consider well worth the
fun moon of March, so we'll have .fertilize the pasture so that it can complaint on the Plalitlffi you

JUSIIONEFRIGIDAIRE to wait. produce some NOURISHINGgrass. NOTICE TO APPEAR Attorney EOS Florida Alan C.Title Winters.Building Jr.,,,,, I small cost of less than six cents per issue of 3 one year subscription.

o He plans to tackle the jot, In Circuit Court Bradford CountT, Jacksonville, Florida I '
Florida IB Chancery and file the original In the office ol, 'I
Made General Well, after nearly five years of during the next cold spell. Marion Daniels Plaintiff vs. Stephens the Clerk of the Circuit Court o n; I .
only by little fire S. L. Daniels, Defendant. Or before the
shivering near a measly
Motors Corp. All other th Case No. 10-301 7 r 1 day of March UBi;
in our fireplace, we finally got With all the recent Notice To AppearTo otherwise the allegations of said
Electric Refrigerators are enough firewood sawed, and the driveway to our Roadside Market : Stephen L. Daniels, who< Complaint will be taken aa confess

made by other companiesand outlook now is not so bad. We was badly rutted, and had a deep I residence Tower and Building address, Is Youngstown: 1207 Central -, e4 This by 7n.notice shall be published BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

cannot use the word got two men with a pulpwood saw hole in it. So we put a 53-gallon I Ohio. once each week for four eonsecutiw
You are hereby notified that t L weeks in the Bradford County Tele
Frigidalre. busy in our woods, and just by drum on the back of the tractor,, suit for divorcee graph.

sawing cull trees, hardwoods, old loaded it with fill and fixed has been filed against you in thE Dated this 22 day of January,.
above named Court and cause and I 19S4. NOW IN OUR 75th YEAR OF CONTINUOUS PUBLICATIONgives
Want' A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE stumps, etc., we have enough fire- damage. We wondered how man y you are required to serve a copy ol f (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbi

wood to last us for a lcng time. cubic feet of sand the drum held,, your answer or pleading to the com. Clerk: of the Circuit Court
on the Plaintiffs Attorne r By Marian L. Crosby Do wty Clerk
? ? Of course it may take an act of and found it to be 7.08; we wondered plaint H. V. Knight, Starke, Floridaand 1/29 It 8/1"!9

Congress to split some of the how heavy it was and figured file the original in the officeof
THEN SEE Nc the Clerk of the Circuit Court on u
lbs I
wood. it to be roughly 1,000 1954
or before the 1 day of March ; .
S wonder Katrinka groaned wher I otherwise the allegations of said
SMITH will be taken as confessed -
E. Complaint;
Had the pleasure of meeting one carrying it-
; by you.
,, of our younger Lawtey citizens S I This notice shall be published once

this week, tiny Judy Parrish We're trying to keep a gook (1 each week for four consecutiver
Tenth and Temple Ave. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
Also met Gary, and had a ta t lookout for red spiders in oui 54
Starke Fla.
I with Winton and Mabel about the i berries. Every year so far *&(Si I I'1954.Dated this 28 day of January .

little devils have caused damage (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Court
them this Clerk of the Circuit
and we want to get I
Py Marian L. Crosby. Deputy
before they start. I/U U 2/19
For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write year S. .

IB Circuit Court Bradford County, all these
I The seven head of cattle we have. Florida IB Chancery.Preston you features

FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND are continually begging for feed I Hammett Driver, Plaintiff, Defendant., vs. Dorothy -

1 and we're concerned about t I Driver No. 10-289
CHEMICAL CO. \1\ the future, for if our present Order Appear Of Publication State Of Florida And notice Tot To at lowest prices !

2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla. pasture will not carry what w e Dorothy Hammett Driver, whose

DEMPSEY R. SAPP, OwnerS have, what will we do if we gel t residence and address is: Unknown.
You are required to appear on
four more calves this year? Th February 22. 1954, in the above earned H

MOSS CONTROLPECAN answer is fewer cows or bettei r Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ,
seeks divorce. Bradford County a
TREES SHADE TREES ETC. pasture. Telegraph shall publish this Orderin 98.
next four weekly issues.
Contact Us Now For Estimates Witness my hand and official seal
The broccoli we're getting nois wat Starke Florida, this 20 January.

Termite ControlS little in volume, but might;:, 1954.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
I good in quality. It adds a wel Clerk of said Court.
Household & Commercial
I come change to the vegetables w e By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Build-
Exterminating I have ing, Jacksonville, Florida.
e Attys. for Plf. 1/22 4t 2/12
Man alive, but a Scotchman get S REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMES

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK I mad when something steals egg Notice is hereby given that thee
undersigned, under the provisions
from his chicken coop. w
of Florida.
20.95J Laws
of Chapter
'. .--'. -: ", ., : :._:. : .; -_-,.- ; : ___..-o:;::',_-_ i"0 I got a haircut this week we hear.d Acts of 1941, will register with the
I Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
._ --- .-.. --- --- -- -- -. -- -A 1It.-' -- ,.-. .-. .-. .-. .-. -- Pradford County, State of Florida,
r-----' ..... -- __ --- --- --- 111. upon receipt of proof of publication
i <>f this notice the fictitious name ,
of Dowling Livestock Sales under
which I am engaged in business on

? TT U S Highway. 301 north of Starke.Florida. ,

,, That the sole owner of said bus-
TOftECEIVEV iness is: E. J. Dowling. Sr.. P. O.i .
i, Box 584 Starke, Fla.
Dated this 22nd dav of Jannarv
ILl Ii A.D.. 1954 at Starke. Bradford :
County, Florida Tht new 19M Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door .sides With HIT** great MOM.

j i 1/22 4t 2/12 Chevrolet offers the mod beautiful choice of model I I.. ;it* gold

: NOTICE OP APP""vnOJI Striking New luxury-line Styling. Here are the tionally low maintenai.ee, costs (4) traditionally

ENJOY PROGRAMS I, FOR TAX DEED best-looking Chevrolets of all time. Available in higher resale value.
I (Senate Bill l'o. 163)
Notice is hereby given that Joe 161 model-color combinations! New low Price on Power Steering. Gives fingertip

Forsyth holder of Tax Certificate Available _._.JAf_ APOWIiED
Luxurious New Modem-Mode Interiors. Richer fabcontroL on .
No. 72, issued the SI day of May
> A.D. 1951 ha filed same in my rics-vinyl trim-interior colors keyed to exterior New Power Brakes for our Safety-Protection. The

(Channel 36)) J i 1 a office tax and deed has to made be Issued application thereon.for colors in "Two-Ten" and Bel Air models! first and the outstandhrolet's .t' Power Brakes in Chev-

'Said certificate embraces the following New Power in "Blue-Flam 125" Engine" More field. Do much f the work of braking forpowermore

described property In the FOBEMGIMOSED smoothness-more economy-with this you. (Available on PC erglide models.) KOUmm
of Florida
fou'ity of Bradford. State -
FACTORY TRAINED to-wit: PERFORMANCE! brilliant Powerglide engine. New Automatic Window and Seat Controls. Touch WT '
o Lot 5 in Kessler-s Add. See. 19, a button to raise or lower front windows. Move ,
We Guarantee The I Township 7 South Range 22 New Power in "Blue-Flame 115" Engine.The"Blue-! CHIYIOUTSTHAN
the front seat and forward down
up or and back
East.The Flame 115" Engine also gives new high-
assessment of the said property with the same ease. Available on Two-Ten" and
Finest Reception e FACTORY AUTHORIZED 1 I under the said certificate Issued FOI ECONOMY! compression power, finer performance and unBel Air models.* ANT ;
'was in the name of Emma Mixon. post gas savings.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Come in, see and drive the new 1954 Chevrolet atOTHEI ail I 1

FIELD TESTED according to law the property Highly Perfected Powerglide. Now you can have your earliest convenience, and we believe you'll
Possible described therein will be sold the thriftier automatic
o transmission
tt the highest bidder ..t the courthouse finer Powerglide decide it's the car for flu! .Optionalat extra cOlt
door on the first Monday in on all Chevrolet models. .

the month of March, 1954, which is SYMBOL OPSAVINGS
the 1 day of March. 1954. Extraordinary Four-Fold Economy (1) Lowest-priced EMBLEM OF

Dated this 28 day of January 1954. line (2) extremely low operating costs (3) excep- EXCELLENCE
(OFF i-IAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Chas. C. ShepherdI Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
for County, Florida.
1/29 4t 2/19

Circuit Conrt. Brauforu Coantj .
I Ilya
.i In Chancery-
I PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA. Alice Jean Medeiros. Plaintiff vs.

I Frank Medeiros DefendantCase No. 10-301 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETSI

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At The TabernacleJ. fTTTTTTTTTVVTVTVTTTTffMPINE cious yard of the Miner home on were guests at a chicken supper. laden trek taken by three' men 'HAMPTON

, NOllf Grove Street. Mrs Frank Wells given by their sponsor Dr. Houpt,, through the treacherous ancj unexplored CHRISTIAN CHURCH

T. Quigley was among othersof LEVELby chaperoned and directed the activ- in the Legion hall Thursday nightof .
the Gideon Band taking part in ities of the group. The activities last week. After the supper: swampland. They; en- Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship

l services at the Prison Farm Sunday Mrs. II. M. McKae began with a scavenger hunt in dancing was enjoyed. counter all sorts of danger, including S ervice 11 a. m.; Youth Program

He was accompanied by Mrs. which all participated, and my, moccasin snakes, alligftors! *
:30 m. Evening Service 7:30
I Quigley and Mrs. Florence Hipple. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFifteen the things they did look for and Florida Everglades the swamp itself, and hostile p.
find. Then followed marshmallow p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon. pastor.
Sunday morning services at the members were added to Seminole Indians, ever eager to
Methodist ChurchChurch Presbyterian Church Tabernacle were conducted by Jim Sun- roasting and a generous feed of ForrrrSettiner
the church for baptism last
said slay any man they think
marshmallows, cookies, cake, HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS
Mercer, a representative of the I Of New Park FilmThe
Christ for Florida Conference now I day.Rev. and Coca-Cola. About twenty encroaches on their territory.
Morn Friday Feb. 5, Junior Choir
School at 9:45.:
and Mrs. W. E. Hall and The following patients have been
practice, 3:30 p. m. being held at Park of the Palms. young people were present. alligator-infested jungle ol The color cameras have captured -
church service 11 o'clock. Rev. Rev.
ing I I Mrs. Mitchell were visiting a 1 dmitted to Doctor's Clinic Hos-
Sunday, Feb. 7, Sunday School A feature of the Saturday night Hilliard Friday night of last week mem the Florida Everglades is the all the primitive beauty' of
Thomas G. Mitchell will preachon and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee at
9:45: a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. Youth Meeting was the Men's bers of the Lawtey Lodge F & A the heretofore unphotogr;med p:ital during the past week: Mrs.
Monday because of the illness of colorful setting for the new ad-
the subject "I Will Pray. m, 'The Office of Elder and Dea- Choir. M entertained in the lodge hall sections of the Everglades. Combined Harold Norman, Mrs. Shirley Kery -

The Lord's Supper will be servedat con", installation service. Youth Friday night B. L. Fisher of their grandson, Edward Hall Mur ,with a supper honoring their fami- venture drama, "Shark River", with the thrill-packed plot, sand > Virgil Owen, all of Starke;

the Sunday morning service. Fellowship 6 p. m., Margaret Rose 1|1I Martinsville. Va. and the Key- rhee.Those after- ,lies. This was in the form of a playing at the Park Theatre this:I fine performances by .iteve assie :Morse, :Middleburg; Mrs
Caldwell stone Christian Foundation, will who attended the covered dish luncheon highlightedwith and
Duncan and Frances Sunday Monday. Cochran, Carole Mathews, and
at 7:30 T.
Sunday evening George I last at Boat- J 1 jsephine( Sapp, Raiford; Mrs.
hostesses. Evening Worship 7 p. bring a series of colored picturesof noon singing plenty of piping hot fried Filmed in brillant color on loca- I Warren Stevens, "Shark R ver" .
Huggins will lead a song service m.. "Life of Paul" series, sermon the Holy Land taken by him drain Baptist church were Fred 1 chicken and coffee. Coffee didn't I tion in the Florida Everglades, it is an unforgettable adventure V. W Strickland Jr., Daytonaeach
of favorite gospel hymns. Sub- recent tour of that Haislop, Vernie and Gwen Thorn- 1 cost lOc that !
and film. on a country.He per cup night tells the story of an adventurer yarn. B
ject of the sermon for Sunday Tues., Feb. 9, 8 p. m. Circles of will describe them and tell of ton, Glenda Crosby, Shirley Mc- About fifty persons representing 'I .
night will be "The Fifth Command- the Women of the Church meet as .the conditions in Palestine at this Rae, Arley McRae, Marcus Con- :seventeen families were present 'J!..,.. !' ,y "-'-):-... -;"''i6.-- -- ., .... .ff(. :-:fl :- __
ment Honor Thy Father and ner, and Lavern Jamison of Branford 1 I to this town"-'
follows: No. 1 with Mrs. Al Hart- time from a prophetical stand- : enjoy affair. Out of
Thy Mother. mann; No. 2 with Mrs. Guy An- point. The public is invited. j II guests included Mr. and Mrs.
I Every Wednesday evening at drews. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and|I J Dean of Jacksonville, Mr. and

7:30 the church-wide study on I Wed., Feb. 10, 7:30 p. m., Prayer St. Edward's ChurchSunday son, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sapp and,:Mrs. Hernwall of Starke, Mr. and
"The Methodist Churchwill be
Meeting and Bible Study. Adult sons, all of Heilbronn, and Mr.I:Mrs. James Anders of Palatka STARLING'SGROCERY
led the
by pastor Choir practice 8 p. m. Mass at 9:15 a. m. and Mrs. Barney Eggers and Chil-I''and Rev. and Mrs. C. B. North of

InstallationAt Weekday Mass 7:30 a.m. dren were dinner guests of Cedar Key. I

St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. the installation service K. Children's Class Saturday 11 M. McRaes Saturday evening. I

Raymond E. MacBlatn G. Duncan will be installed for a. m. About 40 friends enjoyed the fTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTIBAYLESS

Schedule of SentowSUNDAYS his second term as deacon. For Keystone "eightsWomen's get-together party with Miss Shir '

many years previous to this he ( nub) ley McRae at her home last Sat- BTOAYj\

1 I 9:45 a.m., Church School 11a.m. had served as a trustee, which is Sunday Mass 8 a. m. urday night. I AND MARKET\

., Morning Prayer & Sermon;i a similar office. Deacons W. T. Confessions before all Masses. H. H. Lewis celebrated his 73rd by Mrs. 0. E. Crosby j I II

6:30: p.m. Young People's Service Jackson and J. R. Kite will be or- birthday anniversary at his homeon I PHONE 70 I STARKE FLA.
dained and installed as ruling elders for this AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAChurch THE RIGHT TO LDOT
League. Church of Christ Jan. 25. Those present i WE RESERVE QUANTITIES I

HOLY COMMUNION of the church, and B. C. Comer 10th and McMahon occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Bishop News I THESE PRICES GOOD FRIDAY :AND SATURDAY
tat Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- Holtzendorf Jr. and Barney Thomas and family of Brooker, The Revival began at Bayless
day 7:30 a-m. Rae III, who were elected deaconsat Preaching A. M. and 7:31 Mrs. Edith Hersey Mr. and Mrs. Hiway Monday night with Rev.

FRIDAY a congregational meeting last P.M. Frank Packer and son. and Mr. "5. C. Harvey of Highland conduc- \ This weeks BIG

7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. Sunday, will be ordained and in- Prayer Meeting and Bible Studyeach and Mrs. W. C. Conner and daughter ting the meetings. Singing beginsat

8 cm.. Choir Rehearsal stalled. The church has in effecta Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Yvonne.Mr. 7:30 and preaching at 8 p. m '

rotary plan for both elders and and Mrs. A. J. Fender and Everyone is invited to attend these

ALL YOU NEED for YourCOUGH deacons. Christian ChurchBible family were dinner guests of Mr. meetings. f SPEC.IAtSI Pepper 71f2

I Other elders are Guy Andrews and Mrs. Joe Starling Sunday.Mrs. Quite a few of the Bayless Hi-
I Clerk of Session; E. M. Davis, and School 9:45: a. m. Wor- Margie Underhill of Starke way folks attended the Associa-

O. E. Stansbury; and the pastor, ship Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and son tional Brotherhood meeting at the I

When colds measles or flu leave you Rev. W. S. McAliley. m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday visited the H. M. McRaes Sunday Heilbronn church Friday. -
with a cough get Creomulsion quick Other deacons are B. C. Holtzen- 7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, I afternoon.
because: it soothes raw throat and I rtorf. Sr., Claude Crowson, and Minister. Arley McRae was at home for The Associational W. M. U. of COCA COLA! Oil'
the New
I chest membranes, loosens and helps R. G. Paterson. his mid-semester River Association met I SARDINES 11f2C
expel fenny phlegm, mildly relaxes I Church of God vacation from with Bayless Hiway church Mon-
systemic tension and aids nature fight Wednesday until Monday. His
day. Mrs. J. W. Thomas of Brooker 24 BOTTLE 6
,the cause of irritation. You.11 like its CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST guest from Branford for the I
results better than other medicine LATTER DAY SAINT Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning conducted the business meeting.
or weekend Lavern Jamison. CARTON
druggist refunds No Worship 11 a.m. Evenmg was Chicken pilau and all the trim- ce Tall for
your money. Services each Sunday in old Masonic Edwin McRae was also home for MILK 11Ci
narcotics. Pleasant to take.CREOMULSION. Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service mings were served at the noon
Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday the weekend from Cecil Field.LAWTEY.
I 7:30 Prayer Meet. hour by the host church.
I School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv- p.m. PersonalsMr. 73C 19C

aa6awa Ccv51 Ott Celfe Aorta BrMchitu ice 6:30: p.m. Everyone welcome. Lag 7:30: p.m. Thursday. ....................n.. i eJIiE
Lacey and Mrs. W. R. Haislop en-

,.. "',''t:1II..: .." ." 1,:}a I:._ _-_. '!tt, -/,-'.. ... --"',:".'-- --r----- >. ;&..". Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn \ joyed the Mrs.day Laura with Mr. Haislop's, in
sister Mosley
ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv

ing Saturday 7:30 p.m. b> L. II. FutcbAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Starke Sunday. The occasion was Bleach 71f2 Cf
Mrs. Mosley's 81st birthday. A
FIRST CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE delicious dinner was served at OleoCRISCO

SOCIETY noon. Aunt Laura received many
Rev. and Mrs. C. B. North of
Park. Fla. lovely gifts. _
Orange "" '
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Cedar Key were calling on friendsin ; .., '.
.._ Sunday service 11 a.m. Sunday I Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Martin and -- -
.... ." ., .. I I Lawtey on Friday of last week,
School 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews were
and were over night guests of the
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Wednesday Evenings-1st Wed- Wilmot Starling family.Mr. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. TIDE E -----------1- 6- 1I2C'JELLO :

nesday each month, 8 p.m. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and Floyd Crosby. :
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Public cordially invited. Nur- Mrs. Fred Haislop entertained a
son Kenney of St. Augustine CI
maintained for all services. large group of ladies Friday night
Pastorium 130 sery spent the weekend with his mother -
Phones Office 234 Community Center Building, with a cosmetic party. for
Mrs. J. S. Shuford Sr. LB.
Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. Thought for the week When 3 23CgIJl
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Crosby of
your spirits are at their lowest
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. IIEILBRONN Brooker were calling in Lawtey ebb look unto God. He will lift
of last week. ,
Wednesday ,
'- '> -
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. 'r- BAPTIST CHURCH I Rev. A. E. Massey spent the you up. .!ff-' r'"___;'::, 'L1 .-'- -"'..--.. ._____-.,'
Sunday School 10 ajn. Preach
Union 6:30: weekend in Palm Beach wherehe _._ _,_ _ 'I.ll
7:30 P.M. ing 11 a.m. Training J '
Midweek Service Wednesday *
conducted services in the Congress -

> -. _' :1( ;:. _: _- _... .,,_ .,Y.. .-: ':: --' -=- __ : :7 p.m.Rev.Meeting Preaching J. E.Wednesday Lingerfelt 7:30: ,p.m.7:30 pastor.p.m.Prayer-I i Sunday Avenue morning.Baptist Rev. Edward Church I Susie Bradford i I p Bananas 72c I

-' Lee Massey was in charge of
: -- .- .---.- .- :. : -- ?:'. I II I II \VOODLAWN MISSIONARY services at the Faith Baptist ..,
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Church here in the absence his i
2 Great Services Sunday I 8.\"NT CHTTOCH I I I .. .. .. ..
father who is the Were there? I mean at the .. '
regular pastor.Mr. '- H.l "- '- -- -
f I LAWTEY, FLA. you :"' 'Ji"' .. ., ,, "
_'t'A;: jto'a._ __" ___ .. '__.__._" __ ,'
I and Mrs. C. A. McSwainar.d talent show given by the senior -
10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m.
Ronnie and Donnie, last in the USO.
sons class Friday night
11 a.m. "The Sin Of Little Boy Blue" preaching.service 7 6:15 o'clock BTU song 6:43 services: prayer were dinner guests of friends in It was a big success, financiallyand 'SURF 26lhCS

services. Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. otherwise, and will help the ,
1:30 evening
0 7:30 p.m. "Why Jesus Wept"Hear and Mrs. Paul Dinkins. Jr. Seniors toward their goal of a I I

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH of Anthony were guests of their post-graduation trip to Cuba.

both of these sermons by Pastor Bob Gray LAWTEY, FLA. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins The emcee, Jimmy Davis, was Lbs box 9C
Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Carter really tops and keep the program 3 SNUFF
School 10 a. m. Preaching -
and attend all sen-ices Sunday at the during the weekend moving along at a fast pace. 79C
11 a. m. & 7:38 p. m. Midweek .
,_ .
Miss Enza Blanchard spent Prizes in the senior division were Call .iii< j.--- ; ..., -'
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service Wednesday 7:3,0 p. m. ,6f- -- ",-, -__. ".
Thursday of last week in Jack- awarded to Bobbie Bastedo for '
First Church A. E. Massey pastor. sonville. her ear-resistable rendition of 5Lbs
Baptist Hampton Bible School-10 A. M.SEVENTH .
Mrs. J. J. Smith returned homeon "With a Song in My Heart";; the

DAY Sunday after a visit of two hill bilT/ quartette (Ann Johns,
Bible School 10 A.M. B.T.U. 6:30 P.M. ADVENTIST CHURCH weeks with her son, R. L. Smith, Jackie Hobbs, Joann Slade, and II 39cTU

Services each Sabbath in old and family in Jacksonville. Babs Lance) for their comic capers I Sugar

Call St. Sab- Sumter Harley of Jacksonvillewas "Down by the River Side"; and
Masonic Hall on E. I
"An Old-Fashioned Baptist Church with a Warm bath School 2 p.m. Preachingeach visiting his mother, Mrs. A. that talented Young Man with a

H. Harley, Sr. Wednesday of last Horn John Mack Newsome. In Cheese
Welcome for Everyone! second and fourth week. the junior division the winners I -
3 p.m. Elder Most rt, pastor.
'. Corporal Marvin Warren of Eg-. Franklin Nazworth (and ,
> __ -: ._ ___j_. '- .-, _' _.. _,.._,., 'n_fl,. '_ ._).> Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. fin! Field Air Base spent the weekend -i.his were guitar: ): Susie Broadway and [

.. I Kveryone welcome.
with his Mr. and on "Rico- NIPS.nOR=
-A __ 2h __... .. :- : 'Jk" parents I I her clever pantomime j 23C
Mrs J. E. Warren. chet Romance"; and torch-voiced j Round Lb

I' David Kelley a student of the I.I Sylvia Paulk, singing "Your I

Let Us Thoroughly University of Florida is spending Cheating Heart" and "Rags to :
the betweensemester'acation I i I Riches". The contestants received : ,,..,. u'.tff'f,... -.""... t ', "" ">- '-.v.kfAJ;- --,- ---. "'-"-. ..'-- '-..

REVIVALBAYLESS Wash Your Clothes with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. !I prizes from the following stores: I BRAND
C. Kelley. Slade Gas. Roberts Jewelry Bull- '(

9 Pounds Freddie Dinkins spent the week- ington's Foy's, Florida Theatre 9c

end: with relatives in Jacksonville.Mrs. and Gem Jewelry. The Senior. J Bread 25ci
For 40c! Edward Whelan and Mrs. !Class wishes to thank these stores
r;. W. P.oberts were business visitors again for helping make the showa p7 'i

HIGHWAY BAPTIST FREE Bleach If Desired! to Jacksonville on Monday. success. '| i i .
J. J. Smith visiting his brother A nice gift was received by the : -

', Claude Smith, and family in FFA boys recently from Sears i I SMOKED

CHURCH We Will Jacksonville.Mrs. Roebuck & Co. 200 New Hamp-! HENZBABY

Mae Wells attended services shire chicks to be raised for the I! Lb

Dry Your Clothes at the Methodist Church in I annual banquet, given in honor of i .BACON 53CI

Beginning Middleburg last Sunday and was I the fathers of chapter members.
For 20c I dinner guest of relatives in town The chapter has a good group of I FOODi I

MONDAY FEBRUARY 1ST I In New Automatic Driers! that day. boys out for baseball this year. ;
9 I Mrs. J. S. Shuford, Sr. returned They practice at night on Tues-< : STEW BRSKEt!

ThroughFEBRUARY home Saturday after spending a days and Thursdays. Every boyIs I _
I week with her son Joe, and fami- encouraged to come out, and so ;

15TH The Washeteria ly in St. Augustine.The far about 20 have reported Coaching -I 1uIIfl i I I .
I regular semi-monthly meet- is by Mr. Paul Hutchins. I

fl'JI1ple'eo SUrke' :ns of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist Speech Club members held a I

i : Church was held in the homeof meeting this week to select mem- :
REV. E C. HARVEY Corn Beef 35c
EvangelistSong : Mrs. G. W. Roberts Wednesday bership pins. They also discussed I

I afternoon of last week. At this nlans for two plays to be put on i I

I t'me Mrs. Catherine Teare who is the future. i l/2c .
in near .
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MONUMENTSLOWEST the oldest member of the society Student: Council has put up a lot' -I0 '-'.-,.._", .-' "...._.,- '--J,- -;,.--_.-190-.::- .._-.- -- .
Services Nightly at 7:30 P.M. both in cronological age and in of posters advertising the Valen- i -

PRICESI i rears of service, was presentedwith tine Dance. The girls who were Ib I
Services Nightly at 8:00 P.M. I I an electric reading lamp a elected! by the various clubs at PORK R- 'OAS'T' 39C

FINEST QUALITY! gift from the society in observ- school to run for Miss Sweetheartwill

No Extra Charge ance of her eighty-fifth birthday be present that night when '

Come Hear Rev. Harvey Preach For Setting In Or Near anniversary.Mr.. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt the crowned.winner Don't will be miss announced this and big I: SAUSAGE$ MEAT'b 33c

STARKEA announce the birth of a son In event

The Gospel i the Alachua General Hospital The district library conferencewas I

The ,. ..,, ._. .
Mother and baby came home from held here last Saturday. ) & ." -- > '
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the hospital on Saturday of last council from Starke was honored : .t.[. I\ .!: ,_ _.__. __ ,_ __.._. __ ,..
( ,week. Both are doing fine. to have the State Vice President LB.

i I Friends of Mrs. H. C. Wainwright and State Secretary present at Variety t
will be interested to know the meeting. Plans were discussed
Write For Free Folder that she is a patient in St. Vinl"E.'nt's for the conventions to be held at

ATLANTIC 1E.\tORL\LS-IXC. I: Hospital in Jacksonville. a liter date. The groups electe Stock Up Bologna 12>/2c

We hope she will soon be home Sonny Tenly to run for the office
I I and able to be out again. of State president A chicken
This Weekend
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Games On Gainesville. Stanley Clark had 12, Jim Vaus Former Wire-Tapper Mrs. Ida L. Case YOU'LL LOVE the:new Ester- Warren Carr. Defendant. I}
Topnotch Tap Tonight Smith 11, and Lewis 10. Roding- brook purse-size' fountain in Case No. 10-30
ton and Beard scored 17 each for Dies At Home Here pens >.tle* To Appear iTo
pastel. Only $%.'37 at Brad- : Milford Warren Carr, whose
top scoring honors for Gainesville. Will Tell Story At P ark-of-Palms ford County Telegraph. residence and addresa Is: R A 1

As Gainesville Boys Play BBS Here Last Sunday afternoon the Mrs. Ida Laura Gase, 74, died Depot 34403877, A.P.O.ILQ. ill Co. c/o 27th Postmaster Sig. Ease 1'

Group 3, Class A school officials The closing speaker in this Eavngelist Jim Vans telL his Wednesday night at her residence, New York, New York. }

met at Fletcher High School to year's "Christ for Florida" evangelistic story and how Christ has I the former Dryden farm, northeast NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATIONFOH DEED You are hereby notified that a >t

Top notch games tonight (Friday these two, since Bradford had no, draw up plans for the coming conference at Park-of-the- his life. changed I of Starke. She had been ill for (Scute Bill !'to, 163) has suit been for filed dlvo-ce against yon In the 'I.

) and again Tuesday night are I trouble with them on the home basketball tournament. Chas. Par- Palms will be Jim Vans of Los several months. Forsyth Notice holder is hereby of given Tax CertificateNo. that Joe above named Court and cause and f

on schedule for Bradford boys and court week before last. i tin, group leader, led the discus- Angeles, Calif. He will speak on Sunday afterFuneral services have been 72, Issued the SI day of Mar you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy of ,

girls basketball teams. Jackie Prevatt and Sandra sions. noon, Feb. 7, at 3 o'clock in the tentatively set for Monday, Feb. 8, A.D., 1951, has filed same In my on the Plaintiff' Attorney complaint I 1
Four In .
a office and has made fora
years ago huge revival application
Gainesville High A and B squads Strickland each scored 11 points Fletcher was awarded the tournament tent in downtown Los Angeles -; !auditorium of Park-of-the-Palms in Cleveland Ohio. Interment will tax deed to be issued thereon. T.Florida Frank Landrom, Starks.

will be in action here tonight, for high scoring honors, but the with playing dates to be a man sat listening to Evangelist at Keystone'Heights and again in be in the Crown Hill Cemetery Said certificate described; embraces property the in following the- and file the original in the officeof

while the girls are resting, but Feb. 25 26. 27. the closing service of the conferthere.. the Clerk of the Circuit Conrt
fair-haired lassie was Marcia Kay Billy Graham. At the closeof County of Bradford, State of Flori- on or before the 1 day of March
both sexes go into action Tuesdaynight Hazen who( scored seven big pointsthe The du Pont School was seeded the service the evangelist leaned ence at 7:30 p.m. Overflow crowds Mrs. Gase was born in Kentucky da, to-wit: 1954; otherwise the allegations of
Lot S In KesEler's Add. Sec. 19.
against Palatka here in what last quarter three of them be- No. 1. BHS No. 2, Bolles 3, and out over the pulpit: "There's are expected at both services and and had resided here about fivea Township; 7 South' Range 22 said fessed Complaint by you. will be taken. con

is termed the big game for Coach ing free shots to tie the game and Fletcher 4. Others entered are a man in this audience who public address system will be years. She was a member of the East. This notice shall be published '
tonight The assessment of the said \
Hazelwood'a A squad to Bradford ahead with 10 Green Cove Springs JacksonvilleTech set up to carry the message outBaptist Church. once each week for four consecutive
put seconds has heard this story many times erty under tba said certificate Issued weeks in the Etadford County TeIe-
This all-Important game will determine left. Hazen scored 10 points I Bishop Kenney and Palatka. before yet again tonight he's side the auditorium for the benefit Surviving are three daughters, was in the name of Emma Mlxon. graph. : t
I Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
the winner of the northern all told. Bradford will meet Green savin? 'no' to God. This may be of and those in who cannot gain entrance, Mrs. Elizabeth Williams and Mrs. according to U.w; the property Dated this SEAL 27 day) Charles of January.A. Darby 19S4 .,. f t(01o'Io'ICIAL

half of the conference basketballrace. Lake Butler stayed right with Cove Springs on Feb. 25 at 2:15 tp.m. he last opportunity God will give this event Mr. Vans will Clara L. Davis both of Cleveland, described: therein .will be sold Clerk of the Circuit Court H.I
I to the bidderit the court
speak briefly to the By Marian L. ,
Bradford easily defeated overflowing Crosby. Depnr Clerk. I
Bradford throughout the games, vou." From the back of the canvas audience. Mrs. Bertha M. Pieffer, Starke; house door on the first Monday In 1/2 4t ItU 'J
before Christmas at the The public is extended I the month ot March,
Palatka which is
four sons Frank I. Case Starke : Hi4 I
lead at the end cathedral walked ;
having a one point a giant of a a cordial the 1 day of March UM. 't
: start of the season and a win of the first quarter, and the scores I Dancing School man. He was built like a rugged ,Services welcome to these and all George R. Case Garrettsvffle, Dated this 23 day of January, 1954. :NOTICE lTEVnOf! TO i
will give BUS a I of the conference. Special (OFFICIAL SEAL Cbaile REGISTER FICTITIOl'S i'
night NAME
Tuesday Ohio. James A. Case Cleveland ) \ Darby
evened up at the half and at the i I football olayer and he moved, head ,
Notice is
music will Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- hereby that
be the
To Soon under the direction
to New winner Open v
chance play Smyrna end of the third quarter. Campbell ] eAt straight down the center of J. and Chas. W. Case, Pomonsa, Cahf., for County. Florida. undersigned under the provisions of \
of \
of the southern half, for the Strat Shufelt of Wheaton, HI. and a sister, Mrs. Clara L. Barin- 1/29 4t X/19 Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida. 11
I shot 16. and Guin 13 for Union. I Keystone Heights the "sawdust trail" to take his t Acts of 1941. will
register with the
conference trophy. However, a win The Bradford boys found the go- stand before the young evangelist.The I, _ _ _ ger, Starke. Clerk of the Circuit Court tn and
Palatka would necessitate another In Circuit tt)&rt. Bra lllr4 Coaity,, for Bradford
for I jlng At the of Mrs. I I County State of Flori- ? \
request Jim
mighty hard against Lake Butler parents, man wa Vaus, wire Florida: Ic Chancrrr

game for the two teams to and had to come from behindto Sam D. Wilson, who conducts a tapner and henr"man for the notorious -Heart, Ailments Cause Fewer Deaths i iI Preston Driver, Plaint'1*. vs. Dorothy -|.da cation upon of receipt this notice.of proof the of fictitious pubU- \\"
half win. Hammeti Driver, Defendant. '
determine the of El
take a 29-27 third quarter lead. dancing school in Gainesville, will Mickey Cohen. The date C.le No. 10289Ord..r I 1 .dor name which I Rancho Uestauraat ua1 -
I am engaged in business -
Ut?, From the spectator's viewpoint the open a branch in Keystone Heights. was November '>, 1949. From that Of Publication .'...d Notice To on U. 3. Highway 301 north of .I

Palatka's boys team is reported game was slow especially the first offering lessons in tap, acrobatic, minute Jim's life began to change. In Bradford Than National Dorothy.Appear Slate Hammett Of Florid r',tver*, Toi whose Starke That, Fla.the sole owner of said business \ .

to be much improved since theseason period when neither team could and ballet. The next day he had been scheduled Average residence and address : : Unknown. !isI. M Kdwards P. O. Bolt '

started and :Miss Bishop bucket a field goal and BHS helda Friday evenings will be devotedto to catch a plane for St. -- I February You are 22,required 1934 in the til above appear nam on $23. Starke, Fla.. .\
According to statistics Dated tnis mh day of
says Palatka's girl team ia the 3-2 lead. Action picked up in the ; ballroom dancing for teenagersat Louis to set up a device to delay I released now being accidents. I ed Court and cause, wfrein plaintiff I A.D.. 1954 at Starke, Bradford January ,

best the girls have met all season. second quarter however and ; the Keystone Inn. In additionto momentarily the transmission of heart disease by the Government, I In addition points out the Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publitl Bradford, this County Orderin County Florida. t t

Bradford's girls are much improved Union took a 19-15 lead. Paul instruc'on the young folk will racing: results, thereby enabling a our nation's leading,. American Heart Association, there I next four weekly II> uea. 1/21 U 2il'I

too so good games are expect be provided with a place for to bets after health menace, is responsible fora are some 10.000,000! of our Witness mV hand and official seal -
Rivers put through 13 points and rambling ring place smaller proportion of the deaths people I jat Starke. Florida, ths! 20 January. NOTICE TO APPEAR
ed. Clark 10. Scaff counted 15 for I recreation something that Key- the winner was known to them. : who are partially or wholly disabled { 1954. la Circuit C art. Bradford Conaty .
in Bradford County than in most OFFICIAL SBAL) Charles A. Florida I. .
DarbyAs Chanecry.Marion
The boys won one and lost one Union with Brannen 9 for second stone parents feel is needed in the FBI reports shothat a rival other sections of the U. S. because of heart ailments. Clerk of said Court Daniels, Plaintiff vs. Stephens ,

during last week's play, and the high. I' community.Mrs. nrn was waiting to kill Jim Vans They represent an annual loss of By Marian K: Crosby. Deputy Clerk I L. Daniels, Defendant ,

girls won the bIle game they play Last Saturday night Wilson is a graduate of the imon his arrival in St. Louis. But nation-wide The data, contained report on in vital the first sta: 176 million work days and a resultant Zach, Jacksonville H. Douglas, 505 Florida.Lynch Building Notice To Appear Case No. 10-JQT ,

t4. ville's power team piled Gainoo'l Arthur Murray School of Dancing, all that was changed by Jim's new tistics since 1949 loss of nroductivity estimated Attye. for fit. 1/3S 4t 2/12 I To: Stephen L. Daniels, whose t
was gathered at residence and address Is: 1207 Central
$2.1 billion. -
Gainesville High nipped the locals 34-11 halftime lead but did the 'ellam School and the Danny decision. In the months and years \
just during the last census and is be- I NOTICE OF .KIVTION TO I Tower Building Youngstown, t
The 54
Shaene School all in New York. that followed many more changes heart deaths in Bradford REGISTER FICTITI US NAME Ohio.
50-47 last Saturday night, as manage to. win' 50-47 when the locals mg published in three volumes i
took pipce.) Jim began to make bythe County in the year were equalto Notice is hereby glien that the You are hereby notified that a ,
'did their B 28-18 and Brad found themselves and
U. S. Public Health Service.It undersigned, under the provisions I suit for divorce
ford's boys and girls each had just outscored Gainesville for a win. Alph Hazen ReturnedTo restitution for wrongs he had done. shows, for Bradford County,,'I a rate of 469 deaths per 100,000 of Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida, has been filed against you la the \
The FBI and the Los Angeles police population. This compares favor- Acts of 1941, will register with the above named Court and cause and \
enough spark to whip their neigh In their last two games the boys j Former Job became interested a heart disease toll of 54 for the I ably with the findings for the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for you are required to serve a copy of
nation t
boring opponents Lake Butler, just couldn't get started in the department year, equivalent to 49.0 percent of Bradford Cunty, Stati of Florida, your answer or pleading to the complaint ,
'n hs testimony of past activities. as a whole 507 per 100.000.It upon receipt of proof of publicationof on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Tuesday night over there. The first half and have had to play i
Acting Governor Charley E. What: about Mickey Cohen all local deaths. This was a L was also lower than the Florida, this notire the flitltlous name H. V. Knight. Starke, Florida I
boys eked out a 39-38 victory, and doubly hard in the second stanzato smaller proportion than found I of Dowling Livestock Sales under and file the original In the office
was I
the a 36-35 win. their deficit. Johns said Tuesday that Alph how does all this hit him? That is State rate, 475 heart deaths per which I am engaged in business on of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .
girls overcome
Hazen is being named a district what he said to Jim: "Just remem- generally in the United States,, 100.000.. U. S. Highway 301 north of Starke, or before the 1 day of March 1164; I
Both were exciting and Paul Rivers, who is averaging 17 j Florida. said
games where heart ailments accountedfor I otherwise the allegations of
inspector of the State Beverage Jim. If the whole world Despite the seriousness of the 1
"Union ber this, That the sole owner of said busIness Complaint will be taken u confessed -
was definitely "up" for points scored 14 againstSell
per game Department with in 52.8 percent of all deaths. It: is: E. J. Dowlin. Sr., P. O.
j headquarters turns against you, there's one lit- problem, what with one out of by you.
was lower also than the heart: Box 584. Stark. Fla. This notice hha.ll u' published! once t
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: Orlando. tle roy who thinks a lot of you for every 16 in the country sufferingfrom Dated this 22nd day of January each week for i. consecutive

Hazen, a former Bradford Coun- the decision you've made. But mortality in the South Atlantic some form of heart or blood A.D., 1954. at Stark", Bradford weeks in the Draafrru: County Tele- .
It Rent It Trade ItWITH that States. 50.5 percent. vessel disease hope exists because County FlorIda. graph. 1
promise me one thing you
tian, held the same post in the Included in the figures are the 1/22 4t %/1 2 Dated this 2t day of January,
will never go back to your old way research is making vital new 1(54. (
Warren administration but 20 different forms of NOTICE TO AP.'"E.I.R BEAD Charles A. Darby
was I heart disease discoveries OFFICIAL
of life. Quit it for good. the American, Ia Circuit Court Bradford Oaar, Clerk of the Circuit Court .
% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED discharged early in last year' by Jim has quit for good In which, together, strike down I II Heart Association. Some heart: Florida In Cha...". Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

the late Governor Dan McCarty. cities across the country, Jim Vans j I about 775,000 men, women and I I : conditions can now be preventedand Virginia Carr, Plaintiff vs. Milford l/U 4t lilt t'

i I children annually. This is more some can be cured. Significant .01..<__ "..._ ... __ ._-- --.-- -- -- I
Low Rates Good Results -- -
Easy To Place than the combined toll of ,
cancer strides
I are being made toward the

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I DISCOUNT! OF IS PER CENT OJf! TWO OR MORE I:>SERTIO92Se I I Thirty BHS Athletes Given LettersCoach JI/17I'



(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) 30; letters (the largest number Up to this season all letters

-- i ever given at BHS) at assembly awarded at RHS were red on RADIO

-, Wednesday morning. Among trrpv. The athletic award letters
FOR SALE-Pecan lOc to 50c per those receiving the coveted awards oi'Tpn WprtrKxHav v-'e-e I AND
pound. AUo shelled
peca-is Vi
A. J. THOMAS 2Sc or any amount. 331 Temple were 15 seniors one past age ed in ord r to make a distinction

__Ave._ on Highway 301. 4tch# 2/5 imit, 12 returning athletes, and hetwetn those earned from athletics -I TELEVISIONSales
two .
.ZU4 Temple Ate. Telephone 214Starfce. LET j. D. enovr JR. managers.In and others earned bv band

Florida CATTLH HANDLE AND TOUR HOGS addition to their letters, Mike members, which will still be red ) '.661 1616
Clark and Wayne Douglas received ,
SALESLlvr on srrey. ,; e :t
'nASFOR Oak bach Wrdnedday : a star each for being captain The 1953 Tornado -
GaiaesIlie footbaU team -- -
Each Friday : -
SALK and alternate captain of the had a season's record of six frame I and Service

FOR SALE S" x 8" x 16" Concrete 1953 football team. Together with, ron end four lost. SrflflflSrSfl,rsnrJ-trs SSJS.rJJS Sr rr_ S Srsfle
1-IS acre fa 1'11I. 3 bedelectricity room They scored
.w.Ulal(. water. Mortar Block Mix 18c and each.Cemeat.Plenty Brad of Vernon Teston they also received 194 pcints to 91 for their oppon- I 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida

n--.IIIJ' prlr4. $.500.00 ford Engineering silver football
Company. Phone a sterling as a ents. .
will p.t yo> IB poaeuaoa.I .4. -
member of the East Florida All-
9,-4 e4 room dwellta. saoderaeoBrrulCBreii. .
spasi .u. TWENTY-SEVEN ACRE FARM Conference football squad of '53. f .. HUI< -JfJi = .. ,. : -.::.. ; -- -_,_.i t

(roBBds, oaulde barbecue pit. For sale, C room house with elec- The 15 Seniors receiving letters J1
varloo VBrletlm of fruit tricity and water, also 3 room Old Pictures Newspapers
tree*. Make me a sobstaBtialdowm house. See J. L. Bagwell, Rt. 2 . were: Mike Clark, Wayne Douglas,
payneat and move In near Farmers Market Ztp 2/29 Marion Harrington. Richard Hen-
>-18 acre farm OB paved fclrt- derson Charles Kelly, Lavon
way S ailed from Stark Lewis Tom Moore Ronald Patray.
We Don't Want 'em Other Historical Items
v 94MJW U all that U btweem *-
Too Can Have > Ned Jimmie Reddish Paul
yoa sad ...**
., Rivers, Sidney Strickland, Arnold
4- 3 feed room dweUUg I. StarkePAIRACRUS
JUMBO DESK CALENDAR Jk Smith Vernon Teston and Robert
I Daily UeBtlBdera, =.1:5 Value

_.,.. ...___.I'" ,....,.. 'L=.... NOW ------______-________ 1,73 Next July THE TELEGRAPH will Manning. c fl CBLOUSES
Others receiving letters were:
SMALL SIZE DESK CALENDAR. be 75: years old. We are proud to

N1JRSER.:1' WI Value :NOW ______ 100LARGE hold the title of "The Oldest Harold Beasley. Pat Bowers Stan-
I Icy Clark, DeWayne Elder Ken-
Jue Hill William Owner SiS: DESK CAL. REFILLS Weekly Newspaper in Florida
/ Lake )Unllw Fla.Camelll. 1.40 tame NOW _______ SSe Published Continuously Under The neth Elder, Gary Garner, Leroy
... Aialeas Standard and Glisson. Sidney Jackson. Clifford
rare varieties. Also Dny lilies. Highest BRADFORD COUNTV TELEGRAPHFOR I II Same Masthead." :
quality, reasonable prices. Open I Martin Billy Moore Townsend,

Saturdays and Sunday except by I To mark our 75th (Diamond Strickland James Skoofalos, and
appointment. SALE-Maxwell Chicken
Ranch well equipped. tools etc.1 Jubilee) Anniversary plan to Zack Crawford.The .

RADIOS REPAIRED Si modern acres conveniences of land. dwelling with all publish a special edition of his- two managers receiving letters If Perfect 1.00 1 Limit

AU Hake. All ModeLs and furni Jan Mundorff and Jim-
ture. Highway 100. Keystone torical Interest, reviewing, a., best were --
a..allie raarres J.ra.tff4CH.U. I .
C. SUEI'HEHU Heights Road. I'hone 17-R-6. we can, the growth and development :

Ins W. Call XI. *l.rkr Ph. 239 4tchg 2/12 of Starke and Bradford Recent BirthsRev. MEN 1.49 $100

FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. In.niiro FOR RBMT-Clean. comfortablerooms. County, as well as the Telegraph

lit nun Station. tf T.V. privileges most reas since 1879. and Mrs. Thomas G. Mitchell
onable rates. Gardenia
Mrs. R. Home. announce the birth of a son.
WilY NOT INVESTIGATE?-Local Ranee. 3tp 2/5
We would like to have Sweat '
a reprenentative Shi'rts
hospital plan has opening for a Thomas Glenn Mitchell, II, on February -
man or woman to represent them COME AND: SEE collection of old pictures of 3 in St. Luke's Hospital.
In Starke and surrounding area. TUB SPECIAL SALE personalities and places of Starke Jacksonville.
Experience not necessary as we OB blooming;
nave a successful training pro AZtLEAS. ALL SIZES: and Bradford Cotintv for publics -:- <
gram. Appointments furnished BELVEDERE ..tZ.LE.G..ROE 8 tion in this Jubilee Edition. The .
daily. If you are not afraid to P. 0. Bat HIS Karlrton, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns of MEN 2.99 FLANNEL ANn GAB
work and have the desire to get Pauline Earne Co 11 In* older the better! We are especially Gainesville, formerly of Starke

ahead and want to earn in EX .(tf) interested in pictures of pre1900 announce the birth of a son Larry $ 8 S
CESS OF $6,000 YEARLY. For .
personal Interview write to A. A.Parmentler FOR RENT-4-room house vintage, but they mnst be h Alan on Friday. Jan. 29, in the
P. O. Pox J677 Jack- on Crystal fairly good oond't'on' for I
.......111". PU. Lake Keystone Heights. repro Alachua General Hospital, Gaines- .
Stp 2/S
able.Partly Contact furnished. Rent Reason- duction. Bring then in and let ville. Mrs. Johns formerly Miss SHIRTS
Attorney Fremont
FOR RENT-Five room furnished W. Tolles P..t Office Building.: us see what yon h'We will Edna Noegel, is the foster daughter -

done house over.2 baths R., F.close Demorest in, newly 2!:5 Keystone Heights. 4tcl1gU take roo-1 ow o' fhne n and return of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley I

........m s t. Itp them after tning.
FOR SALE-Perkins Early Mammoth !KOT1CR TO APPEAR

FOR SALE 8 H/10 acres good farmland I Okra seed. new crop, dried We would also appreciate it tt hi Circuit Court. Bradford County
on graded road by Joe No- and recleaned. high germination. Florida la Cb.Brrr7.
gels GrilL Contact a. F. Odom. 2 E. L. Kellv. post Office Lake But- "old timers" wouH search their Alice Jean Medelr Plaintiff, vs.

miles South on Keystone Ron,I. ler. New River Fla. attics old trunk dresser Frank Medelros, Defendant. WALLETS 1OCComic
Make me an offer. 2tp !/s Case No. 10-201
1949 SILVER drawers etc and come tip with .tlr.* T. AffftT. :
DOME HOUSE Trailer To: Frank Medelros. whose reel-
FOR SALE complete : old Issues of THE TELEGRAPH.We
every May be dence and address Is: Unknown. .
.Arerntine Bahia Iras Seed I seen anytime at Plnehurst Trail have in our files issnes! almost You are Jiereby notified that a -
er Court. Route I. Box 100.
germination 9550 per cent.-See complete back to 1900, and -utt for
Jtp %/19 I Divorce, custody and control of
I* J. Green Green's Store. I some before that. but we would minor child C

Stchg-212! FOR SALE-20 acre farm all cleared like to have Issues of the 1880'sand has been filed against you in the
and under cultivation I above named Court and cause and Books 1
"._ W ANTE -Experienced: service sta- block house all modern new conCrete 3 90's, If any are found. It you..are required to serve a copy ofrour 3 FOR
answer or pleading to the complaint
b..drooms.Ill! I would be t'l1
tlO1sttl'"t fnr new statlnn I In all accuse e ll one acre or a rare roIndf't'Jd.. or the Plaintiff Attone>
Lawtey. Hunt be sober. Salary ? Pond additional acreage I if someone should '
va"bleW.. eome tip with A. J. Thomas, Jr., Starke. Fla.
with ot'T'<">tnn'f. for advance J. Poehner .
Ratford. Fla. ; VoL 1, No. 1 the' first f..llu of and file the onglial In the ufflc of
ment. Inquire Milo Smith Itp the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .
.. at ShollHF.LP ....
!'I'-" .. I'It''ke.' Up TilE TELEGRAPH. J"1hl.hl'd in or before the 1 day of March
FOR ed RENT-Two bedroom furnish 1879. In fact: we" tvon'd be sopleased 1934; otherwise the allegations of
apartment. HOODS AND
Inquire at She>D- aid Complaint will be taken ai confessed .
WANT-Man nr womin I to herd T. V. Shop. ItchgFOR to get fiat particular by you.
distribute TTstRins
product to Nationally established advertised I -I I Issue we would p-w th(' person This notice shall be published C
tince each week for four consecutive
customers |I. Stark. Full or part at nB.VT Ki-psley-New garage apartment! bringing it in a l'f'I1'\m $25. weeks in the Bradford CO lr.ty Tele. .
time. Earnlip-s unlimited. No c graph
C other Investment neeesaar equipped. Gas Heater. Carl Jpn,,. Datedthis S3 day of January, 2 FOR
"%"Writ Mr. r R Ruble Dept. F-i. City Hall, Starke. Itchg So look around, fotk*. and see 1J54.

The J. R. Watkins Co.. Memphis. -I I what you come UP with. Brin? OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby BONNETS !
Tenn. Itp, COSMETIC CONSULTANT for Brad Clerk of the Circuit Court .
ford. Clay and Union Counties. I your "collector's' items" In and Ey Marias L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
TOR RF.I.-1I'I'u": room nnfurnlshodse. Full training in make-up by Lu- help' as make this 75th:' Anniversary 1/1 4t 1/1
>>'''' Rt. !. Rnx 304, Starke, zier's; make -,.
money showing
11'1". Edition! of THE TELEGRAPH
Hp' others full
; or time.
part Write
-I Lui'er's Cosmetics. Pox 2006 Or something to be prized: for yean w.c.T.u. ; We Exchange We Refund We
1/WT-Rill tnM eoTttalnlnr, papers i lando, Fla. tfchg Satisfyw
tocoine.BRADFORD .
"r let jiJwMi* 11 ""'\ ,v F'nil..r miV WHEN A MAN BUYS BEEF
keep m nr. P'e IOrIO to 'Wn'Vpr ". Stirling CroMrLake. i FOR RF.VT-Comfortable 3 room lIE BUYS BONES: .
?TnrV. F!*. Itpffn. apartment with bath. all elect1H' -'*- WHEN A MAN BUYS PLUMS
-,'I "Hpn. also sleeping rooms. 30!
\\'. Madison I TIE BUYS STONES:
HEyfie: -' ..plop tn apartments St. Mrs. J. M. Mit COUNTY TELEGRAPHPhone
and rnnms. all convenience. chell. Itchg WHEN A MAN BUYS EGGS

Also three rooms and bath en tt I BITS SHELLS
"r.. Returnable rent. "11 w FOR "'LE-Healthy Rood oualityFIM'rta
Madison Pt. Itchg 2/26 I '! Giant "-d r>n. .i WREN A MAN BUYS: BOOZE !

.I Wonder Pepper Plants. Ready for 29 Starke, FIa. IE BUYS NOTHING ELSE.
: s civfn away at Do FRF.EPuo1' transplanting March 1-15. Doyle
othr Swanhnm'n nn Road SOI I R nu.r. C nner Bros In- _____ ( ) !
miles North: of Starke. 4tj j Agency. Phone %55. 6tctg3/lJi I Ii

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