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 19, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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iMA9 ; Court Declares Mayor Proclaims I I I Ronald HansenI I Miss Sweetheart I Petition Filed I Hearing FridayIn

a Ip BeautificationMayor I

\ Found InsaneAt To Pool Room
Johns Eligible : J. R. Wainwright has Seeking Open

proclaimed the week of March1st .

To Make Race cooperation,as and Starke of has all requested B residents.MuticationWeek the of Court Hearing CorbillCase Bottle Battle

the city in an 0\t'r-all clean-up, i ,
TV Flonda Supreme Courted paint-up campaign.The !i I Judge G. L Patten. Eighth ..1II h.diual : T-i- .-". of Marion S ':?:orbm. 'i iinw "I'm going to wind this thin?

nl! Tuesday that Acting Governor Starke Garden Club is II Circuit. conducted a hearingon -,'! \'!nga life senteice in up I'm going to kill \ou to

this February 11 at the courthouse '>! :son a' Raiford was re-opened night." Kenneth Bagwell. 30
V i th. T. 1> Kr.iil.| Charley E. Johns of Starke is working with the Major in is
eligible to seek the unexpired termof beautification campaign and on the sanity of Ronald Hansen >n T'l.jsday of this week. whenT alleged to have threatened Wesley!

Observe the late Governor Dan McCarty plan will be announced next indicted for first degree mill fie! A Yawn filed a petition for Bryant. .43. in a local theatre
Scouts AnniversaryThe
Boy m the May Democratic primaries \\t't'k regarding the furnishing The court issued an order Adjudicating I 11 writ of error coran nobis in the I Wednesday night about 8 o'clock,

i At the same time the court declared !af free and low cost plants for the defendant m>ane ircuit court on behalf of Corbin. as he held a pistol against him

44th annuer.aiy oi the Boy Scout organization was observedhere the eligibility of Senator !junior and senior gardeners. and committing him to the Stat The purpose of this action is to I Bagwell is said to have gone to
and the U S. last week with a series of special events;, 'the theatre
throughout Leroy Collins to enter the race by Hospital at Chattahoochee The obtain an opportunity to present and forced Bryant to

marking Xat-inal Boy Scout Week Highlight of the week here wasa : dismissing a suit brought to disqualify court ruled that "having appointeda .' facts which have become known i accompany him to the back roomf

coyered dish supper in the Methodist recreation building Thursday the Leon County solon. 1-I CreenNained qualified expert to examine the ..... since the day of Corbin's trial. It ') Abe Bessent's pool room where

night of last week. :'; In the separate suits. a Williston I defendant the expert being pse.s- is felt tilt had these facts been ]Bessent took possession of the

Pictured above are leader of Troop 70 with their Anniversary Cake: attorney had challenged the eligibility ent and testifying in said cause, I known by Corbin's attorney at ]I pistol. Bagwell then grabbed a

and the banner they won for having the best attendance at all CourU:. of Johns and Collins because \ I I the court having heard other evidence II the time of the trial and presentedto I milk bottle and assaulted Bryant

of Honor during 1953. Lonzo Kirkland and Archie Green are holding' \' they were members of the 1953 To $6,000 Post !! the court is of the opinion I the court the verdict might Bryant was carried to a Gainesville

the banner while others in photo (left to right) are Charles Kirkland-1 I Legislature that raised the salary i' that the defendent is insane have been different. hospital for treatment of

Junior Assistant Scoutmaster; D Bitch Green. Quartermaster; Rober t of the Governor from $12,000 toj: Lex Green local attorney. auto at the present time and should .1.1I Corbin along with Claude James :l released.lacerations of his bead and later

Kelly leader Cobra Patrol; Jan Mundorff. Troop Scribe; P. T. Nolin i I, | $15,000 annually. The Florida (i.. not be tried at this time for the McCool, was convicted in circuit' .
dealer and former
Kenneth Constitution bars member of congressman [crime for which he is indicted". I,1 court herB liurderI Both Bagwell and Bessent were
chairman Troop Committee; Oren Jones. Assistant Scoutmaster; a ;, has be..n named attorney for the Hansen 1I| for the 1951 released after
Miller assistant leader Wolf Patrol; David Lawson. assistan t the Legislature from seeking any i State Board of Health. further is to be confined until i I! of Claude Beaver whose charred each. posting 1,000 bond

leader Panther Patrol: Robert Cooper. leader Panther Patrol; am.,:i'i' offj't' the salary of which has Green's appointment to the Ronald order of the court. Franwd in a big crepe paper I body was found on the back seat warrant Bagwell with was charged in a
been raised by legislative act. Hansen, 15. was under I of, McCool's automobile, which assault with intentto
Scoutmaster Harry Green. $6O per year job was announced indictment heart, Joann Smith, daughter kill and Bessent
the with
In its 5-2 decision.t Grand Jury for had been being a
announcing i between
Three new Scouts, Bob Smith. Freddy Lewis. and Hank Graham,i. following a meeting of the Boardin the fatal Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith of I parked the principal in the second
the court noted that the obvious stabbing of his mother. ]I I houses of the two men and burned. degreeCounty
\\ .'1'1' advanced to the rank of Tenderfoot in an impressive candleligh intent of the constitutional banS I Jacksonville last week. Jessie Hansen last September 4. Starke. gives out with her best I Corpin has steadfastly maintained Judge T. A. Yawn set a

i eremony following the supper. Scoutmaster Green told of the fin e was to prevent legislators from !I The appointment becomes effective An odd co-incidence was disclosed -; smile after being crowned "11issSweetheart" i his innocence. preliminary hearing in the cast'for

prepress made by the troop during the past year. and described plan March 1, when the local when it was discovered 10 a.m. Friday morning. at
voting salary increases in the anticipation at the annual Valen- 1 I Argosy
Magazine, through a
the near Hawthorne. attorney will succeed Philip May thi.t seven which time Bagwell's motive
for deve iping Troop's new camp or eight years for
that they would them- ago. tine Dance held in the USO Satur- I feature as the "Court of Last Resort'
of Jacksonville who will be
The supper was prepared by mothers of the Troop and was en.loyed I'" selves benefit from the increase. the. man who occupied the home the assault may be disclosed.All .

by parents and friends of the Scouts. Mrs. Nelson Green bake The justices held that the increase "separated" from the position at n which the Hansen murder was day evening. Miss Smith was I months, investigated The the case several has three men involved are con-

and decorated the beautiful anniversary cake. j in the Governor's salary that time. committed went insane. nominated by the Future Farmers been instrumental ago. in magazine the release nected with the pool room businessin

Personnel of the board at present of America their candidate for Starke.
was not a permanent increase b> as from of 17
= prison convicted -
is: Dr. Herbert L. Bryans of persons
statute but a temporary increaseby Railroad Cars : the coveted Sweetheart title. of major crimes. It is interesting -

appropriation for the biennium Pensacola president; Dr. Carl C. Blaze At : Election was by popular vote of to note that since the Sewell ResignsAs
Jacksonville; Dr. E. L. LawteyThe
On The Berry Market ending June 30, 1955. the student body. inception of the ] of Last
Flynn. Tampa; Dr. A. L. Ward. I .court''
Therefore, the majority opinion usual Resort" five 20,000
I I Port St. Joe: and T. :M. Cumbie, evening calm of Law I Deputy
_1 said. ". it is clear that there Quincy. tey was disturbed last Sunday: I Scouts ExhibitIn appeals have been received by the

could have been no temptation on near 11 p.m. when a Mrs. Padgett, "court". Only cases which merit Deputy-Sheriff Cecil Sewell has

Tells the part of Senator Johns or any who was passing by, noticed Gainesville investigation are considered fur- resigned his post, effective March

Don't Pick Berries Inspector other member of the 1953 Legislature Tag Buyers Have flames leaping from a "cook" ther. 1, to take a position with a gov-

The Day Before, What Grade Marks l of prostituting their positions Till 9 P.M. Sat. railroad car on the SAL siding in Some of the Boy Scouts of Yawn has volunteered services ermenta'! agency. He has been
Troop 70 went to Harry Green's
town. She with the sheriffs office
for private gain or prefer summoned Winton since
without charge in this
Mean To I
Growers AdvisedOne BuyersEarly ment." I Tfcose who have not yet purchased Parrish who fought the fire with home and spent the night after: performing in the Interests of August 7, 1950, and came here

new automobile license equipment ordinarily used for cutting cypress poles for their after several years with the lder '-.
who is also buying this week Ben Wtnstead, In commenting on the decision. justice.I
grower tags have little time left. Tax; woods fires. Dick Thomas, town booth at the Festival in Gainesville tification department at the State
offered the government inspector, began gradin Acting Governor Johns said: "Na.
berries ,
now sugges- Collector J. R. marshal, also Saturday.The Prison.
Kelly will keep his was notified, and a I
that folks who berriesin ? berries at the Bradford County turally, I am very happy that this I
tion pick
I office in the Court House open L call for help was put in to the exhibit was set up Saturday Announces Sheriff P. D. Reddish said he
the afternoon for sale at the Farmers Market. decision gives me an opportunityto
until 9:00: p. m. Saturday night Starke Fire Department. A fire morning and the boys demon I would "know Saturday" who will
He seek
the inspects the berries and unexpired term .
market following morning. (the 20th last day tags may be truck responded and the blaze I strated the requirements for certain succeed Sewell in his dual role as
serious mistake. He said !marks on the crates four numbers to place the record and aChieve-
make 'was
a I I bought without penalty) to ac- put out. I merit badges. The Wolf deputy and jailor.
do not hold which new growers. at least might'I ments of my administration before
that such berries up find He ':commodate last-minute business. I Origin of the fire is unknown. : Patrol had cooking. the Panther
Winstead's.I the this
I state.
puzzling. is people of I
recognized !
easily -
well for Io !
shipment are
explanation of the markings: Ii Sales of automobile tags is run- It destroyed the interior of the Patrol demonstrated first aid, C. H. Driggers Sr.
by'bu'ers. and bring a I ,
I The first number indicates serious : ning far ahead of last year; early car, which was used by the crew | The Flying Eagle Patrol camping.. I

considerably( lower price. For in- defects: berries soft over- E. A. Sapp To Run i this week there were already 1 lof railroad construction workers I and the Cobra Patrol pioneering.The \ Rites Last Week
. crate of berries which I :
stance one I .
ripe, leaky or bruised. over 150 more regular tags sold engaged In building the spur track boys brought home three 1I;;, I
had been nicked the previous day I j Clayborn H. Sr., 72 I
I The second number gives theamount I and more than 50 W tags issued I fiom the mainline to the new second places ano one third place d l' I Driggers
brought about $5. while the mark- For School Board Highlands Mine. t' award. Idled last Friday at his home in
4 l i of berries that are tooi ,I for heavier vehicles. Kelly at- I... 1
-etwas around $8. : Lake Butler. He native of
I was a
.r sea. Uiliihua.. or icarreu. Ethan A. Sapn a native of tributes the increase to newcom- ':' ;1U (
The third number tells the Bradford County: born and reared I I ers and to the fact that out-of- Rocket-Propelled Jalopy Outruns I : t Ker county, but had been a
| resident of Lake Butler for 54
$12 Top ReachedOn amount that are decayed or rot- : atew River announced this county auto owners have found I :" ,'

Early Fruit ting.The week that he will be a candidate'' they can get their tags here without Patrol years. He had operated the C. H.

fourth number shows how for School Board member from j 1 delay. But Driver Finally TreedDon't Driggers Co., general merchandisestore

Of Good QualityBerries many are undersized. !i District Three (Brooker. New I in Lake Butler for 25 years.

Thus. H. L. Brownlee laugh the next time you Sheriff Cecil Sewell answered the Surviving are his wife. Mrs.
grading of 2-3-4-0. River) in the May primaries. I I \
reached the highest would mean that 2 drive past a beaten-up old jalopy, call and spotted the fugitive near Ruby R Driggers Lake Butler:
per cent had I .
pnce and volume of the early sea ( serious defects (soft over-ripe j Mr. Sapp has served on the: Undergoes Surgery I Ii for it may have under its hood an New River. The old car. meanwhile ; two sons Robert A. Driggers

son this week, with good growing'letc.r.I! 3 per cent were too green.misshapen I County Committee Democratic for Executive and la ,1 i Hugh L. Brownlee. Starke seeds- 'engine capable of outspeeding evena I j became overheated from its l ;' .iT:: clerk of the court of Union Coun-

conditions prevailing. and some, etc. many years highway patrol car. I unaccustomed speed, and when the ty, and Clayborn H. Driggers Jr..
4 were'
per cent man and produce buyer entered .:;; .:fo;.: !.
optimism heard that if the weather decayed and 0 per cent (or none) at salesman.present employed as an auto the Doctor's Hospital Washing- I Trooper J. W. Starling, attachedto j driver saw a truck pull out on the .:.t" ,: .;... r./ & Lake Butler operator of Driggers

holds a good berry season ism 3 i were undersized. \i ton. D. C. on Thursday of this the Graham-Hawthorne section, road, he assumed it was a road- .,-;:"'> ... ; Furniture Co. in Starke; one sister -
prospect.A \ i while block, so he skidded to a halt and ;; "" I Mrs. Clara Jones of Macclen-
the road
If the first three numbers total i week for surgery. Having been a' cruising I .
total of 777 crates of berries I., no more than 10 per cent. the grad- Bank Holiday Monday resident here for 69 years, Mr. Waldo and Gainesville recently, took to the woods. Ewell Law son I ny: and a brother,.G. C. Driggers

with receipts of $7,19366, were. ing passes for No. 1. In any event The Florida Bank at Starke will Brownlee is well known throughout was passed by a battered '40 Ford The officers got dogs. however. \ Ewell Lawson local businessman Lake Butler.

sold at the market this past week,, the first number may not exceed not be open for business on Monday the county and his many coupe. He saw that it was heavily and in a short time they found I and member of the Council I' Funeral services were held at
City -
according to market manager M:. 5 per cent the third number 2 per Feb. 22 George Washington's friends are hopeful for hi> early i I II loaded, so he passed and signaledthe Aubrey Taylor 19 Glen St. Mary 2 !>.m. Sunday in the First Metho-
announced that he
I yesterday
R Judd. Prices ranged from S i cent and the fourth number 5 per u.i. V a leeal holiday. recovery. driver to stop. Instead, the old I treed in a slender pine sapling. dist Church Lake Butler. Interment
will candidate foi'
be a County
!hteh of $12 to a low of J5. Highest t cent. In addition of course, berries car powered with a new recently Inspection of the car revealed was in Dekle Cemetery.

Volume was reached must be at least .3-4" in dia- installed Rocket 88 engine roared I that in addition to brand new tires. Commissioner from District Two
on Tuesda;I BBS New I II ( (North Starke) in the May primaries -
with 277 crates. I' meter, and show at least 75 percent Boys Play Smyrna Friday I off the trooper in amazed pur- and extra-heavy springs it was i Ball To Honor

red or pink. suit. equipped with a switch which cut
Judd states that the market t Ll, Winstead said that the quality off both tail and stop lights.On \ Mr. Lawson has lived li Starke BHS Cage Teams
will be of the week. Due to the fact that the old carwas
open every day c I
of the fruit he has inspected here For EFC Title Girls Close Season Wednesday of this week, since 194'O and is now strving his I
t rom now on Sundays excepted. ; : heavily loaded with 'shine ((37 Saturday NightThe
so far is below average. I I five-gallon jugs, weighing about Taylor pleaded guilty before County first term on the City Council.He .

I 1,700 Ibs.), the fugitive was unableto : I Judge T. A. Yawn to chargesof is married and has two sons, Junior and Senior classes I I.f

Buyer Explains j formation that berries are subject Bradford's Tornadoes will be 1,13 each speed around curves, while the possession illegal alcohol and ['one now serving in the Ar Corps. RHS will sponsor a semi-formal I

His Verson; i! to a wider fluctuation of price down at New Smyrni: Beach to- : The locals lost a return game to '! trooper naturally had to slow reckless driving at excessive speed. ';all in honor of the boys and girls

'than any other fruit vegetable.. I imsht ( Friday) for a game with I P. K. Yonge in Gainesville last down. On and on the chase went,, He was fined $300 and 30 days in Council Meeting ; lasketball teams Saturday night, I

Of Price VariationsOn [ He maintains that the reason for 'he New Smyrna Barracudas for i Friday night. 51-30. Bradford at speeds ranging from 90 to 110 iail on the first count, and $50 or ,.,1O"eb. 20, in the USO. Admissions

1 this is that a number of hotels, de [ the championship of the East 'I stayed even for the first period. miles an hour and somewherenear 10 days on the latter. If he does Consideration of righ )I' of way $1.50 per couple, and everyone

Tuesday berries brought i luve restaurants; private clubs Florida Conference.The 7-7. but then PKY took off and Brooker the trooper lost con- not pay the fine of $300 he will matters on proposed city paving : s invited to attend. The money

around $12 On Wednesday th? ,I buy berries and the price is noti Tornadoes won their right left them always a comfortable.margin : tact. However in the meantime. he ( received an additional 60 days in j I projects occupied the Cy: Council raised will be used by the Senior

price dropped to little better tharIS. i factor. They want berries and .c play in this championship game ahead. Rivers with 9 had by radio contacted other law- l jail. His driver's license was at an otherwise tiieventfu Class to help finance their trip to

It is easy to imagine the feelings I- will pay any price for them. These by virtue of two wins over Palatkafor :points, was top scorer, while Lew-j I enforcement officials and Deputy suspended for 90 days. meeting here Tuesday nightTop' Cuba.
of the grower who hears ol f f outlets. however can use just so the northern half winner and I
is had 8 points to his credit. John j i
"ne man gett ng' top price for his i many berries! and when they have New Smprna Beach had the best Ii I i w&1 42F -

takes berries his.inc in the day.following while when day the h e> bought mainder what are thrown they need on ,the the openL re- won ference and teams lost in record the southern:among divi con- his Mullet team scored to victory.12 points to lead !I I Moore, At 86, Still Interested In Strawberry Deal::

pnce has dropped one-third atenfftc l k"t Housewives on the average i i Over in Lake City Tuesday -

difference will bu' only :f the price is sion.The in I night the boys won 59-48 and the ing new vitality to strawberry pr> could depend on gKtir.I : .. fair LI
two teams split games
One large buyer, when questioned moderate, and so the wholesale -.--. '.. --- <'-.- girls lost 41-33. Paul Rivers had By Alice :McGar\e> ,,Auction in this area. ,. price from him; sometimes more .

on this volunteered the in- price drp' regular season their piay:home i e'court" ;:)111)and IUoS''a, big night/ pouring through 11 j: Mountains of strawberries have But Mr. Moore a hard worker'in than their corn was worth becauseif I

winning on field goals and 5 free Mr. Moore knew the" needed
; shots for his thinks
day. there be
with I been produced by James Han'eyMoore may another <
Seniors Hop'e These're 'Gold Fish' the Tornadoes running last away Saturday 27 points. Stanley Clark was since he came to Lawtey in reason for the "decline." the money he would jus' -kip hr
=New Smyrna here second with i profit. always interested ir the i
I 11 points and Smith 1905. Many farmers work away from '
light This will be the rubber had 10. Sandlin had 15 I their farms these order other fellow. I
points to |I days in to !Ir
winner Februy 11th was Mr. {oore'sbirthday
: SAIV. with the receiving be top Lake City scorer. S6th anniversary and he 'make ends meet. and because of i[ Some hired help for the Moore J
i handsome 21-inch trophy, cour- Coach the is' fa rm walked all the 'AI fnm
Bishop's girls closed out has been retired for about 10 i! high price of hired help it :! ,
tesv of the Spray Grill at Daytona their season Tuesday night and I but during his some 40 years of 'possible that berries don't get the : Black Creek a d.*tano.> <>{ five ti,

Beach ''ended with 6 concentrated attention they once miles, singing and ready f'o work
up a won. 7 lost :j activity as a grower. buyer, and
Coach Hazelwood's boys are : at daybreak. workt-i Ii i
record. were given. It takes a lot of work They from
:! shipper of produce he established ,
DI .med for this big game and if.,, Last Friday night the girls i i of the most enviable records to grow berries successfully. "can to cain't" (can 3et t"", ( '
they play the same brand of ball I from !t lone there's no getting around that. see) for a dollar a day ,
came behind to edge Ketter- and reputations in the business.
/ .- they did last Saturday night j i j linus II says "Pop." In the days when mr of St.
Augustine 32-27. The I A modest man. affectionately '
..mst the visiting Barracudas Coming from Tennessee. Mr. local produce was shipp brau
: 'assies had a hard time and justcouldn't known as "Pop" around Lawtey,
I I Moore bought farm there was a man from Ta-mpa who ,
i Ih..y will be hard for New Smyrna ; i a in the section -
r handle. 1 find the range of the Mr. Moore lays no claim to beingthe of Lawtey once known as would arrive in Lawtewi'h: .>

t t. with a ?oat in the first half. By sheer "biggest grower" or the largest Cracker Six. He planted some freight:: car of bananas Ht.ieo

Against New Smyrna ', hard work however they caughtup producer." Friends however, are berries every year usually three in the car while he was n '-.- ,old

k ri ; J : tii-4 victory the locals looked, with the visiting girls and less ,.hy about telling of his accomplishments -1: to five acres. but has had as much his bananas in Lawtey. U-n loaded -
'IK"- i hamps. showing smooth ball 1 and his lovable
r- : managed to pass them in the ,as seven acres. They shipped ber- Mr. Moore's sweet pott toe* and
piHxmg and sharp shooting. The fourth period and hold on to their characteristics. It is agreed by :, nes in 36-quart crates but also syrup to sell in Tampa.

'ors had a hard time getting',slim lead. ,neighbors that he was one of the :, used a large 0-quart crate that Cane boiling time wa. always

six ;d. but not the Tornadoes '. Next Thursday afternoon play j i i best farmers in this entire area. '!'was" divided and carried pans of fun at the Moore farm. Gi-eat care J. II. MOORE long a familiar

B> atfoid held a 19-3 f rst-quarter' begins m the boys district tourna-i I Another describes him as "the fin- I, *. was taken with their special pro- figure at Lawtp" takes a late

ICH<: ml upped it to 33-1S at half- ments all classes over the entire I est man God ever made" and al- i The Tennessee Flat bean was in- cess, but friends and neighbors ;' afternoon walk from his home

ole Morey of New Smyrna put ,state. !'ways a helpful neighbor. 'troduced I into this area by "Pop" were invited to many a party on (:: to Kelly's store

his back in the ball he's out of the berry this occasion. >
team game Bradford meets Clay County High Although Moore. This bean was a heavy pro- .
with beautiful long set shots and of Green Cove business now, "Pop" Moore still ducer. yielding as much as 400 ; In spite of all this work, Mr. .lives in Lawtey. The other chili -

1',.... ,1 \I .... '\0 P ". ,,'J' : ended ujpwith 16 points total. afternoon in Springs the first on Thursday round-: follows the deal closely and hopes bushels per acre. They were shipped Moore found time to serve on the 'Idren i are scattered. A daughter
; Mrs. Will Edwards. of
New had better luck : that some way is found to halt in 4-bushel crates to Knoxville County School Board and as Mayorof i formerly
Ecrbo'getting: in the art to kelp the Senior (,ia..... r&Lte funds Smyrna at Fletcher High gym. Jacksonville the so-called "decline" that has and where Like I Lawtey. Paul and David live inJaclcsonvill.e.
Chattanooga. they Lawtey. a true southerner, I
I with their shots in the second half. Beach. Du Pont of
High Bob is
for their proposed pott-graduation trip to Cuba. Leo Hunter proprietor I. hit the strawberry industry here in found a ready market and brpught he also made time for fishing a resident
but could not catch the Tornadoes, Jacksonville was seeded No 1 and I I I North Carolina and Mrs.
of local seafood market Paulk. chairman. recent He remembers from to nine dollars. ; : of Mayo
a "howFaye >amplesf years. see- eight < trips with sons. They were artifi-
who had already piled up a huge Bradford No. 2. Play will continue 'lives in TampaSince .
Uw nlw. fresh fish that will be ,.ered to the public at a fish fry I'''lead. ing the old Klondike strain "play I Mr. Moore was one of the firstto cial bait fishermen using their
The visitors did not have as' and the finals will be
in the BUS cafeteria Thursday night of next Meek. Mr. Hunter will r |1 Friday Sat. j out" years ago. and wonders if the raise Golden Bantam corn here rods in the nearby lakes. |. the death of Mrs. Moore.

bring the fl>h up from Cedar Key and will dress them free of charge much height as Bradford but theydid urday night, the winner represent. ;same; thing could be happening to and used to contract for corn in'i I The Moore family is a large one. in 1950. Mr. Moore has lived alone.

for the show they could handle the trig this Group m in the coming I Missionaries. He is keenly inter- the southern part of the state after 'r with nine children 23 grandchildren !doing his own cooking. He does not
:Seniors a. his contribution to the success of the exent. Thp
I ball well. La von Lewis was top State High School Basketball I ''ested in the experimental plantings his berry season. In the Fort | and 10 great-grandchildren. | get around as lively as he used to.

public U united to come out and eat fish next Thursday and help put: I scorer for the locals with 13 I Ipomts. 1 Tournament to be held in the University of the new Florida 90's, and Meade area. he became known as ':, One son. Fred Moore. manager of i but still enjoys visits and talk of
the seniors a little closer to Cuba. I' ,
and Rivers and Smith had! I of Florida gym. hopes they prove successful add- the "corn king. There farmers the farmer's market at Webster, farming.

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BRADFORD E. L.. MATTHEWS sey.You above named Court and cause and tiff seeks divorce custody an! con jttierwise the allegations ot laid
are hereby notified that a you are required to serve a copy of trol of minor child. Complaint will be talr..n aa confesaid .
Keystone suit for your answer or pleading t') the complaint Bradford County Telegraph shall by you I
COUNTY E:o ITO Heightsby Divorce on the Plaintiff- Attorney publish this Order in next four This notice Khali oe published
has been filed against you In the Evan T. Evan. 103 Law Exchange weekly issues. jnce each week for four consecutive J
VIEWPOINT above named Court and cause and Building. Jacksonville. Witness my hand and official seal weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
Mrs. I'
TELEGRAPH PUBLISHER Sara McDonald you are required to serve a copy vf Florida, at Starke, Florida. this 10 February, ,
your answer or pleading to the and file the original In the office or 1954. Dated this S day of Fehruar I1'5L t
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& complaint on the Plaintiffs the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charl-s A. Darby ,

OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Attorney T. Frank Landrum. before the 1 day of March. As Clerk ot Said Court. 'OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby j
Mrs. G_ W. Taylor of Winchester Starke. Florida 1954; otherwise the allegations ef By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Clerk of the Circuit Court .>
and file the original In the officeof said Complaint will be taken Zach H. DougUo. SOS Lynch Building By Marian L. CiosDy. Denutv Clerk <
Published eiery Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Va. is staying with Mrs. I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on fessed by you. as con Jacksonville, Fla. %/'I! 4t ; 5 iIB
: Frank Scott for time. or before the _
a AU's. for Pif.
the Act of March 3, 1879. 1 day of March, 1954; I This notice shall be publishedonce 1/12 4t 3/a The Circuit (.
.rt Of
Bradford <
Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Smith of each week for foui consecutive
otherwise tne allegations i said weeks In the Bradford NOTICE TO API'.i.4.R lounty. Florida. In rkaarerr.Qeorgia : .
County Tele-
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -- MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Shreveport, La. visited last week Complaint will be liken as confessed graph. la Circuit Court Bradford County Marie Ledb.t't'r. Pia-nuf'
with their son, Jno. W. Ellis. by you. Florida; I. Chancery I vs. Bob Ledbetter. DefendantCase .
This notice shall tx publishedonce Dated this 26 day of January Karline Dunstar., plaintiff, John No. 10-il4
Dr. and Mrs. Holl had as guests each week for four Consecutive 1954. Dunstan Defendant. Order Of Publication And .NoticeT
We Can't All Give BloodDid last week two sisters of Mrs. Holl weeks in the Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I Case No 10-332 Appear i State Ot Florida To:
Telegraph. Clerk of the Circuit Court Not Tee To Appear. Bob Ledbetter. whose residencoand
Mrs. M. C. Doty of Chicago Ill. Dated this 27 day of January, 195-1. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk To. John Dunstan. whose resi- address Is: SFC Bob Ledbet'-'-
I I I OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby dence and address H.A 6J96678. 14th Inf Rest. A. F 0
( ) I is Jai.iau-a
1/29 4t %/19 Long
and Mrs. M. F. ,
you get a letter this week ? Was it from the Red Bowsher of Waka- Clerk of the Circuit Court I Island New York. No. %5. % Postmaster San Fran-

Cross Bradford County Chapter? Well read it carefully :I konata, Ohio. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I !1'OTIC.PPER You are bereoy notified hat a co,You California are required to appear on
1/29 It 2/19 ID Circuit Court,
friend. You've gotten few letters of more importance toj!j I Mr. and Mrs. Chas Oliver and 1 Florida I. Chancery.Karl Bradford. Coaalr suit fnrDlvorl'e and restoration' of maiden March named 15.Cjurt 1>54.and in the above

and I I family are in Keystone for a brief la Circuit Court Bradford County, H P.asmus.-en. Plaintiff \s. name csuwhe'en
yourself. family. neighbor. J plaintiff seek divor.e
your your [stay. Florida In Cbanrrry.Horace Inger W. Rasmu>sen, Defendant. has been filed against you In the Bradford
hear of the distress need. of Hamilton Hurdle. Jr., Plaini I above named County Te. 'Biphhiu; nubl'sh\ th"s
Every day we or adversity Case No 10-297 Court and cause and Order ,
in n. u f.tr w.tk
j Mr and Mrs. Dale Siprelle have i tiff vs. Catherine L. Hurdle De >otlce To .Ipprar: you are required to sere a copy of t \ I I'MICSWitne
some fellow citizen. Sometimes the need is close to home. j|I I! : s ru 'ia-u1 and nff.citlise.il
To ..
ja new daughter. Catherine Jo fendant. Case No 10-30S. : Inger \V Itasmussen whose your answer or pleading to the at, Stark .
Sometimes it is far away. No matter where, each of us has 1'I Order Of Publlc.tlD" >otie i, residence and address is: 2 Ft I I l'omplalnt'In the Plaintiff 'Ian ;; 1 l'54 fr:.1 > M F"he.-
born Saturday Feb. 6, in the To Appear state Of Florida To I I E'aun..gaard\, Ge-itofle. Denmark \ttorneW:!II..ui: II of"roan. : ,
"FFIL'i.\I. FI
i.t t rlA
an impluse to help an impluse as old as the human heart. i I Gainesville Hospital. Mrs. Sip- Catherine L.. Hurdle whose residence -I You are hereby notified that a' 507; link; l IUI.I'k: Jiukson .Xs i'','ri : sa d 1ir'
t 'lr'i
and address is: 146 SouthPhiladelphia suit for I Mil.' Fl'r .1.t .. ,.
So often as individuals, there is little we can do. No one I relle parents, who have been visiting Avenue Egg Harbor I' Divorcehas and t'le the i.rc" IT n ."' rfoc M I/I.i i: .\1-" .d.-,. r. i j.- :n,,:" l':. ,

time of us can afford to make a sizable contribution to every person i I their daughter, have gone City New Jersey. j been filed against you In .he the Clerk "f the 1'1' .i, ,'''url ur I- ; .,i-j I- ,1\IK L';", F'A ,; dr.I' "

Planting whose trouble or plight appeals to us. All of us banded. home to Washington, D. C. I March You are 1, 1954 required, 11 the to above appear named on.< above YOU are named required Court to serve and cause a coj,.and'of >r before. the .. : ; r r, :' f ft

in BradfordA together, however each giving what he can afford. will save Mr.' McEdwards who is con- Court and cause. wherein plaintiff i your answer or pleading tr the A.- '' t -<" .- -- -tM" ; mr-. --------- -
seeks divorce with custody and support complaint on the Plaiitlf's =:="""'" r""""""'" .
good part of the soil of lives restore; health or bring comfort and happiness to manyin nected with the schools in New I of minor children to defendant. Attorney Alan C Wnt'rJ, .
distress. :I Smyrna. visited 'r. and Mrs. H. Bradford County Telegraph shall 50$ Florida Title Hiuld nc.
Bradford County L. getting: this Order four1' Jacksonville Flond.i
j publish in next i
worked over tix'se Spring dajs! Through an annual membership in the Red Cross each of L. Scott last weAk.Mrs. J''weekly issues. I and file the original in the off!. e ot I .' 9-PIECE
Tom Fir'Hey of Lake Geneva Witness my hand and offic:al I the Clerk of the Clrt'UI'UI' t on
Tractorx roaring, cutting the us can help restore the shattered home of a disaster victim ; seal at Starke, Florida, this Jan- or before the )
dirt" with pious! or discs; mules can give emergency help to the family of a serviceman ; canprovide I who has been ill for a few uary 27, 1954. I', 1 day of March. 1954.: ;

plodding tireIe.Iy up and dov\n and health blood the ill I days is reported improving. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb> I otherwise the allegations or sad rtIit11t!
lifesaving restoring for and As Clerk of said Court I Complaint will be taken as ionics !
the fiflds. ami home gardeners Mrs. W. A. Browning of Or- I "d hv you BED ROOMPhone
Marian L. Clerk
injured : can brighten the weary hours of a hospital patient ; :I By Crosby. Deputy This
just plain digging up a little mond Beach was a visitor last Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Building shall be published
can help save and revive a drowning child. I I Jacksonville, Florida. once each week for four con>tiuti"e '
patch to raise something to eat.Fields week at the home of her son, weeks in the Bradford CountTei. .
for Pfl. : =
Attys 1/29 4t 2/19
that lute lain fallllntoln..t' Red cross has been meeting the needs of thousands of Roy Browning. graph I

last season are takingon stricken or troubled men and women and children each day for I On Tuesday. Feb. 16 a group of NOTICK TO ..IPPF.IHIn I Dated 1954. this 22 day of J.tnjr.: GROUP

a "new look". just about more than 70 years. Only the participation of all of us makes Lions spent the day in Jacksonville Circuit: In'ourt.Chancery.Marion Bradford. County.Florida OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles \. Iarby f>0 Starke Fla.

'Starched and ironed," as one that neighborly service possible. The men attending a meet- Daniels, Plaintiff vs. Stephens -,' Clerk of the -"irc'iit Court"By ,
L. Daniels, Defendant Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
grower calls it. .\n
is just the start. the Advance Gift Division of the 1954 Red Cross fund drivein group included Mr. and Mrs. Roy \olire To Appear I :'NOTION- I 1-CHEST was 169.95
To: Stephen L. Daniels whoseresidence i
Bradford County These letters were typed by volunteers. Browning. Mr. and Mrs. Tony and address is: 1307: Cen- Februarin. i 1,1, | 1 VANITY
Ito\'* hate to be laid off 'I Picked ,
Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. Mike tral Tower Building. Youngstown '. UI'In Bavins nKh .r i
All Red Cross fund drive work is on Baker.
fertili/er put out and the lieds as they are each year. Ohio. I Fehruarv 7, 1 light red mst lid, | VANITY BENCH

made up, iMiardeil off, and then a voluntary basis. The only reward these unselfish workers Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Baker and You are hereby notified that a !square fork under left ear.bit in l'onta.tIi.right t.u. i ,i'f ujip.- > U"i ., 1-) :

have is the knowledge that have responded with a generous Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Southerland. suit for divorce i'I |fice. n i iNOTICHOF : \
the artiul planting starts. you Mr and Mrs. Edward Bleha has been filed against you in the i, 1-COIL IFNOW! 139: 95
Some will "dare the frost" byjlanting contribution toward the worldwide services rendered 'I above named Court and cause and I I\Ti\TIO 1(1 I IitKdfcrr.n I .
visited their daughter, Mrs. are required to serve of 1-BFD SPRFAD
Queen.in you a copy :
'IC1'lTlntiIF: : I
a* soon as possible: only by the American Red:] Cross, Let's not let them down. .1 Pensacola last week. your answer or pleading to the- complaint Notice i<= hereby given th.It'tje'j PILLOWS
others will wait until the on the Plaintiffs AttorneyII undersigned under the l.rol'J".n'of '
weather settles down before Mrs. Jack Shields of the Lake V. Knight. Starke, Florida, Chapter 20..it/ I..aw ,,f Flllrda'i!
Geneva and file the original in the officeof Acts of 19... will register uiih 'he : _
went to
r.klng; the dangers of late Two Out Of Three's Too ManyThe I Apartments, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Clerk of the tn"uit Totirt in ind
cold weather. Chester Pa. last week called there or before the 1 day of March 1954: ; for E'radford CountStal" of Florida -
by the death of her mother.Mr. otherwise the allegations of said upon receipt of proof of puhlitation -
Complaint will be taken as confessed of this notice the fit It i
three deaths I J"IIF
out of are
When all is rvady for plant- news that two and Mrs. Watson frequent by you name of Thomas Tru'k Tmninil.:

ing the farmer makes a big occurring on rural roads, and in small towns and villages. visitors in Keystone, are back in This notice shall be published once under which I am engaged ,,n i i"u- '

decision before Filling his was part of the report to delegates at the White House Con- town staying again at the Dye each weeks week in the for Bradford four County consecutive Tele- Starke iness on Florida.r. S. Highway 301 suit, of t

planter \\ith seed and starting ference on Highway Safety. The aim of this conference_is home on Lake Geneva. graph. That the sole owner of -.iiil, 1 1"1- I Lt

out It U on this one point to reduce the traffic accident toll by 40 per cent during.-19<>4, 'I The Keystone Heights P. TA.. 1954OFFICIAL Dated. this !S day of January ness-..Jack is:C. Hazen. Starke. Fla .: 1d

that you find a lot of different which could result in saving nearly 15.000 lives.*' will hold a family dinner Thurs- ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby .D.Dated 1954 this 12th day of Fi-l>ru.irA \. '- ., '5
at Starke, Bradford County
Clerk of the Circuit Court 'tha.
opinions. Some hold1 that plant- '
While we do not often agree with Secretary of Agricul- day, Feb. 25, in the Woman's E')' Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Florida. S' <, l.1
Ing by the "signs" L, the best 5:30 7:30. Admission 4t :! 19Nu'rICE 2 1 12 41 '.
guide and thl"alt until the ture Ezra Taft Benson. because of his "rugged" theories, he Club from to 1/29 /

"mouthful" this subject recently and we are gladto will be $I for adults, and 50c TO APPFMHn In Circuit Court, Bradford County, /
ftigxui are right before begin said a on Florida In ChaareryElizabeth
for children. Circuit Coart. Bradford County
ning. Others, feel that when agree with him for a change. In pledging support to the Florida I. Chancery. Nolen Greet i'lamtiff; vsWalter
The Woman's Club will hod! I
Noseworthy Om-n. ef.-nd-
the land U In Rood shape, and safety program, he said : Martha Stavitski. Plaintiff. William ant. .. -.4-S' -
their next regular meeting on Anthony Stavitski. Defendant. .
there L* enough moisture the "He (the farmer) must use the highway in all k.mds of Tuesday Feb. 23 at 1 p. m. This I Case No. IO-S06 Order Of Publication Case And No.Notice 10- To:,42 : A'' Similar To

time la right signs or no weather in all kinds of traffic and in all kinds of vehicles- Notice To Appear.ToWilllam a Appear; State of Florida To:
will be a covered dish luncheonand : Anthony Stavitski, '
signs. tractor. And I can't thinkof I ,Walter N'oseworthy Oreen whoseresidence -j : r : Above Picture
the automobile the truck. the there will be a speaker, Mrs. whose residence and address is: Un- i i.s lien Purnie !Mainland : .
business'whose and distribution is hampered I known. and whose mailing address is P. O -,,
And this big difference of any production Riel. an instructor in the depart- lour are hereby noting that "I I Box :333.: Hen i'.urnie. Mai \land.
opinion illustrates how complex or disrupted more by an accident than the farm industry.The ment of Industrial Arts and Craftsin I suit for divorce custody and You are required to appear on I
control of minor child 2 March 15, 1954. in the above nam-
farming! i... There are no infallible farmer traditionally is almost always short of help. An the University of Florida. She

"rules" because of the accident to himself or to one of his helpers can really hurt. 'I will demonstrate several types of :

many factor Intolted. The "And yet farm residents suffer more fatal motor vehicle handcraft. There will also be an

weather of course Is changeable accidents than any other type of accident. Some of these I exhibit of handcraft by membersand Hurry I
and no man knows from
tragedies are caused by farm people themselves. Many I friends. Members are urgedto
to another whether it
one day
attend and friend.
residents who use the highways bring a
win turn hot or cold, wet or others are caused by .
Mr. and Mrs. William Siprelle
dry. The soil still holds that go by the farms. went to New York this week fora Hurry! 'S

mysteries which man has only "The huge waste of vital farm manpower and material few days. Mr. Siprelle will at-

partially Iooln,,). One batch of resources by accidents must be stopped. I am sure I can
tend a meeting of the Engineers'Society. ___
feeed will >ary from another, pledge the active help of the farm people of America in stop- 1 Hurry !

dexpite efforts of seedmen to ping them."

have uniformity. All in all, it's _ _

easy be to learned see why"out farming of a book"cannot -. Florida Sunshine Is DeductibleWe A Grand Prize A Day Is Being Given Away 'W : _
t .
I Susie
Often a farmer will do something Head For Your Dodge Dealer'Right Now !

with his and not be
crop 1
in Florida are justly proud of our sunshine our excellent sIsSIISIIIIIIIIIsSII.II..I.S .
able to tell t"X&ctlyb) or bowhe .t
did It, relying on an instinct year-around climate, our hospitality, our citrus, and -----.:.

that comes from experience. especially in Bradford County of our strawberries.Mr. The Student Council is proud to

William B. Watkins 81, Shakers Heights. Ohio has announce that their Miss Sweet 2 I

given us another asset that no Chamber of Commerce to our heart Dance was a nice affair Weeks Away
without! that
It goes saying Joann Smith
knowledge, has so far used in advertising. was crowned the ,
all of u> hope that Bradford Sweetheart of '54 C. W.
Judge Marion J. Harron recently ruled that the cost of by Slade. '
growers! have a good lM'a..un.that ,
the off fa..t, travel and lodgings incurred by Williams during 1949 for a president of the Council. She re-
crops grow ceived
a lovely heart braclet. j
four-months stay in Florida were deductible his incometax. .
the amountof on
aided by just right
Members of the Student Council :
moisture, and that they finda Williams pleaded that it was a medical expense sinceit are pleased over. their new pins. i

profitable market. was for the alleviation of a hearing defect. His wife was I They met this week to plan for an I' Double

Strawberries are just about also here for her arthritis. Both conditions were helped by Inner-Club Council so there will with Pay I Iand

"laid the plantings b>'", now mulched.with most Picking of, made spending on doctor's the winters orders.in the Sunshine State and the trip was parties be no conflict for the USO and I

packing and selling are the big Florida has long been a haven of older people who wish to The big Basket Ball (dance) ...will'

problems left. It is hoped bj all avoid the rigors of a northern winter and its snow and ice, be held Feb. 20 in the USO at '

that this will be "a comebackyear" but this precedent gives a legal standing to the contentionthat 8 p.rn. This affair is sponsored by the of Elegant New $$4 Dodge !
the Junior Class and music will be use an
for berries. Florida is indeed a healthful place to spend the winter furnished by the Modernaires.

or !live the year 'round. I ,
The Senior Class will give a .

fish fry Thursday night. Feb. 25. I ,V; ."-,'-..,
!. Ike fault at tkr ('...t,. Judge. I shall be in writing and shall state edThe. for the benefit of their Trip-to- ; gr /4pebd ,
Bradford Count), rioridn. laProbate. the place of residence and post office State of Florida. To All P.... -
address of the claimant and Mon latrrcHtrd In the relate of I Cuba fund. The sumptious supper '; < S,'

In rll: Estate of Noble Kay White shall be sworn to by the claimant Said Deredent: will be served for Jl per plate in. ., .. I 40 Grand Prizes
DeceasedT His agent or attorney and any You are hereby notified that '
school cafeteria 9' t
Mich claim or demand not so filedshall the from 6 to :: <
All rrrdltorn and Prr... IIn- written instrument purporting to be I *
be void the Last Will and Testament of said 'o'clock. Students in grades 7 to I '''
I #l/t TO
Ux Claim* or ). *...* .\CBlnMhald a.J- CELEBRATE 40 GREAT YEARS OF
Olin W.'Whlte. Sr.. and decedent has been admitted to pro- .
KkUteiYou I'12 must have an adult ticket.
George Charles White. bate in said Court. .. s-
and .a.'b'II v nu are hereby I As Kseoutors of the Last Will You are hereby commanded within Students in the Tower grades will ,-. .
notified and rt>quirt'd'to prevent any and Testament of Noble RayVhite. .' (A GRANn PRIZE A DAY FOR
laima and demands which you. or six calendar months from the pay only 50c After the fish frya 0 40 DAYS)
\ deceased '
date of the first publication of this S f ,
cither of you may have against the dance will be held in the ;
hruary 12.: in said Court and square
First publication notice to
estate of Noble Hay Wnite. deceased -I appear if 2 lsvacation for
late .,f said County. to the County 1951. 2'12: 4t :; '5 I Ii : show cause, if any you can why the USO Admission is free and all two anywhere in hSU.S.A.I
action of said Court in admittingsaid |
Judge .if .
l1ndford'Iunty. Florida .-. Will to probate should not persons attending the upper areinitit .. .. '
his of fur the h.us.of
in < ourt MITUK OFIn l'ICOIC\Tt: k All expedites meals hotels
unrevoked. paid- resorts,
said Count* at Stark*. Florida. stand 'd. ,. .,
within eight i-alendar n. .nth- f >.n, Ike tuunt) Judee Court OFFICIAL SEAL) Theron A. Yawn i 1l ; air or trqin transportation!
The -
the tlnu. ,it tht fiipubli i :..n this node. Kach ,'IlIIm1 di-m.n
-- -- '---._P- .-,.""- .- -_ 1 By Betty A. Phillips CIt'rk.l I I,,of Future Business Leaders Association whole tiiSe!
4 i9 First-,4 publication on February 2/12 4t 3/5 12.1 I in Tallahassee: Ann Crosby. k Dodge chubln your pay fof the two weeks!

Pam Lawson Judy Casey. Kathy (At leask $300.00)k )

WATERMELON GROVIERS In Clrrnit Court. Rrailferd County. Kelly. Jimmie Cole Bonnie Clark An additional $500 "fun money" to spend
Florida In Chancery.Marin .
J.; Myers Plaintiff. "5. Rub- .. Ona SteIn. Annette Green Joyce or save is you please!

ert H. M}' rs, Defendant. .1 Morgan and Frances Douglas. !
Case No. 10312Order Convention dates are Feb. 26-27 :' PIUS .

,' Of Puhll..flo..d :Notice Topp..rl I So long. See you at The BasketBall i j 1000:cash 25 !
Are You \ late Of Florida To prizes o
Having Difficulty Robert H. Myers whose residence Saturday night I' .

and address is: :2S14 S Elm St.. -SusieOTICI I I .
Munice. Indiana. I

.- %WatermelonSeed i i You are required to appear on \ TO AFP: .AH I It's Fun It's Easy to Enter! Take your "Vacation Preview Drive"
Finding Congo :March 1. 1954: in the above named I. Clrralt ("oart, Bradford C 0.u1,1|
I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Florida In Chance,,. 'i in the Dodge in 40
I greatest car great Dodge
seeks divorce, alimony, restoration William i'. Berggoetz. Plaintiff vs. yearsNo
01 maiden name. Dolores I'erggoetz Defendant.Case I

? Bradford County Telegraph shall No 10-310 I time to waste! Yesterday's contest is *** PROVED ENDURANCE WINNER-Dodgr-
publish this Order in next four Notlrr To ,4....ar. I I
weekly issues. To: Dolores Berggoetz. whose, rl'si-I over, today's is going on, tomorrow's set more marks for endurance and starn' DODGE V4
d"nr>c H 'd addr k
IK 2% ( inC"
SEE Witness mhand ant fficia is coming soon. Win a grand prize vacaina than any American car in history* OFFICIAL PACE CARl
seal at Starke Florida, this January

BROWNLEE% & CHASTEEN 27 lOFFt1AI., 1954 SEAL As Clerk) Charles of said A. Darby Court \\FAST I I| SAfE HelpbChild's :I! derful tion for things two about by discovering the new 54 the Dodge won-: look at thee If Vacation Feature New honors come t. Dodge

By Marian L Crosby, Deput Clerk i ii NEW! Dodge PotferFbte fully-automatic transmission: for its record-breaking performance -

FOR YOUR i Charles R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life \':i f Cough AU PROVED ECONOMY WINNER-Dodge NEW! Stepped-up 150 h.p. Red Ram V.8 Engm in official AAA
i, Bide Jacksonville Florida !I ,
all!! 83 in the famous .
topped Mobflgas NEW! DoJge: fun time Power Steering runs. The Dodge V-8 has
Alt) > for Plf 1 %9 it 12 HI
Seed and Fertilized Needs I For coughs and acute bronchitis due* i it Economy Run. NEW! Dodge:! Jacquard upholstery tab c* been selected as Official
t colds you can now get Creomulsion j
a Pace Car for the 195.-
11 specially prepared for Children in new
FILL DIRT I pink and blue package and bt sure: :>i, AAA PROVED PERFORMANCE WINNER-Dodge The roomiest, readiest, most reliable ca Indianapolis 500-MHe Race.

C (1) Your child will like it. \I set more records for acceleration than near the price. "See America first"

ALSO COMPLETE LINE OF I I GOOD RICH ingredients.(2) It contains only safe proven !t I any other American car in history. i inline finest Dodge ever built.

(3) It contains no narcotics to disj j' "
VEGETABLE AND FIELD SEED TOP SOILSee turb nature's processes. I| Your Friendly Dodge Dealer Can Help You Win See Him Today !
: I (4) It win aid nature to soothe and '
heal raw tender, inflamed throat anJ i, Your Friendly Dodge:! .Ptyiouti) Dealer Snip You-Danny Thomas. ABC-TV Bart Parks in "Break The Bank A3C-TJ Roy Rogers. NBC Radio. MedaHion Theatre. CBS-TV

i bronchial membranes, thus relieving j .
I the cough and promoting rest and ,

BROMEE\ & CHASTEEN .i Jackson BILL Transfer JACKSON Compaiij dren sleep.in Ask the for pink Creomulsion and blue package.CREOMU1SION for Chit-. ;I{, HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

Near S A I. Depot Starke Fla. Phone 165 t
_. __ 4 PHONE 69
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Jeanne, Joanne and Susan Wait: I i I Only $3 at Bradford County

HAMPTONby HIWAY\ entertained at a Valentine Party ,,Telegraph.

Friday afternoon at their home. BLACK HILLSPASSION ID-WINTER FOOD CARNIVAL !
Mrs. \Vtn. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA by Sirs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA By Polly Walt Jr. Games; were played and refreshments PLAY

I i..A&..UAAAAAAAAMr. served. Among those present Late Wales AnphltaeatreJAX. I
were Sandy and Jackie Mott, 31 APRIL 18E..uJ'
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffin of Church News and Mrs. T. W. Brown of Billie Ann and Edna Mae Ruses, Spec. Sat.!>..Perf.? Tom.Feb. Than IS, ::T, Mar g ...13. Score More Items On Sale Not Advertised Here!

Jacksonville were Monday after The Revival at Bayless Hiway Hawthorne spent a day with Mr. Glenda Parker, Sara Carlton Linda For He*. A Imf. Write Bos 71 Ask At Store For Colorful
Phoae :-0511- Lake Wale. Fla. Big 4-Page
and Mrs. R. F. Gano.
noon guests of their father, W. closed Friday night after two Gayle Green and Judy Kelley.
H. Griffin. weeks of successful meetings.Nine I Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green Lee t Newspaper Size Price, List!
members added to the Green, Mrs. Zada Dubois and
t were son.
Mr. and
and Mrs. Geo. Saxon
Holland Payne were Saturday church by baptism Sunday eve- Tommy, of Gainesville, Mr. and FOR PROFITABLE CROPSUSE \\\\\..."..\\\\\M... .,
night supper guests of Mr. and ning. We wish to thank Rev. Harvey Mrs. W. M. Lawhon and Mrs. Bessie \ Nlfm1IIlll1I2 i7

I Mrs. Eugene Birt. and Rev. Martin for makingthe Brannon of Jacksonville at-

meeting a success. Dinner was tended church services in St. ...... .
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richardof ."' "' mI\' ''' "' ,"
'" :::::::
served on the grounds at the George and Folkston, Ga. Sunday. ,4"
Arcadia spent the weekend noon hour Sunday. Everyone en- Mrs. Russell visited Mrs. R. C. I [) ; ", t \ 'Eiiti i.k 'V.m'; 3:::::::: s

with parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. joyed the day. McDernon of Baldwin this week. ., '- .ft"".. .... ....__.. .'. =
Adkins and Louise. '
!t Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes have, fff
Mrs. S. B. Mew' Mr. and Mrs. Buie Crosby and Shirley Craw had as their guest Mrs. R. A. i i
Earl Price and daughter, Charlotte ford of Jacksonville spent the Bethea of Jacksonville. Mrs. Be- ;::: t

of Jacksonville and Mr. and weekend with Buie's folks the C. thea plans to stay with the Hayesfor :::; v
Mrs. R. F. Dyal of the Farm Colony C. Crosbys.We some time. Joining them for / -..- gaud RpREfi

spent Sunday with Mr. and enjoyed seeing Daisy Nor'the weekend was Mrs. Hayes'

Mrs. Bruce Roark and family. man of Wiersdale Friday, sorryto brother, R. A. Bethea Jr. He returned -i I aI /_5:7JQuantity:
Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon and hear about the illness of her home Tuesday. 1

Mrs. George Saxon attended the daughter, Mrs. Jeanette Jones. Joyce Scholl of Starke spent Rights Reserved Prices: Good Thru Sat Feb 20

funeral of Mr. Drigger at Lake Daisy is spending a few days with Friday and Saturday with Kathe- I .
Butler Sunday.Mrs. rine Harrell. I
Bessie McDaniel of Tampa her.Mr.. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop, Mr. I i Mr. and Mrs. L. A Mott at- I All Brands Evaporated :

has returned after a three weeks' and Mrs. Fred Haislop and children tended a party Friday night at I IW. ...."' !<........... ."....)O.. ,, -.....:,: .... Tall cans
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visit with her sister Mrs. J. E. Mrs. Lucille Lovell and '" < "' '"""v
the home of Baxter Forrester in
Adkins. Robert Kelly were among those High Springs. ,''V; 1' I L 3

G. P. Wadsworth and a who attended the Tampa Fair. _........xAU.. ,,__ ,
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and .
party of friends attended the wed They reported a good time. family went to Dunnellon Sundayto Sold
We glad to have Wien I .
were very
of her nephew, Hilliard ASTOR Vacuum
ding visit Mr. and Mrs. W. A. PackedFFEE
Ga. Saturday Lin Su at church Sunday night.He I
Savannah on
row at is a native of Formosa and Brown.Mr. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYCARL Lb Can

Mrs.night.from Shelley a visit Matchett in Atlanta has, Ga.returned A.this and is his first first time trip to he the attended U. S. I I son entertained. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and L. Mrs.Tomlin-D. JOHNS C 0 F E E 89C

Mr. and Mrs. Howard
E. Hazen and -
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen and church here. .
Congratulations to Teresa and Wait to dinner Saturday night.
Mrs. Jessie Chastain were recent Mrs. T. W. Markey visited Mrs. Homogenized fl'n' a'mrfJt I !V!(t1PS
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Oscar Crosby also Rev. Harvey I Can you remember the first time you thought 1'lu.\I I..
who celebrated birthdays during Frank L. Tomlinson Thursday.

Addison and of Mrs.Jacksonville.Mr Topsy .Brown and I the revival. No one dared tell his Shirley Green has been week.ill with We i i it would be good for you to start a savings account SPRY S 3 Lb Can 19C

son and Mrs T.- F. Brown and son, age.The the mumps for the past .
Fk'"r; business callers in tractors are really busy now are glad to report that she is on I .
I ? If you have not yet done so, we invite ,
Jacksonville on Saturday. days everyone is busy getting the road to recovery though. :

Mrs. Hamp Jones of Sampson land ready for spring planting. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hall of to start NOW with our bank. NATIONAL BrandCORNED
City was Sunday guest of the Sorry to hear about the death Jacksonville, Mrs. L. L. Dyal Mrs.L. you
Raleigh Brannens. Saturday night of Ben Faulkner. We extend sympathy C. Kelley and Rev. H. H. Mott 11

supper guests of the Brannenswere to his family also to the attended the funeral services of Safety Deposit Boxes for rent, $3.60 & up per BEEFt1-oz
Preston Nettles and Mr. and family of Otis Barry of Brooker. their uncle, B. H. Conerly in Talla- ,
Bonnie Clark has been very sick i
Mrs. J. J. Brannen. ,hassee Friday. _, .. __
daughter. with pneumonia, but is better "" year c. r. "' ..""-5- J
Mrs. Betty May :Mrs. Estelle Tillman of Gainesville II I II
Melody, and Mrs. J.V.. Horne now.Mrs. and Mrs. Mattie Sowell went .. =
J. R. and Mrs. H. B. I II :t ", : ::4i"- '=' < ',
.a. .
called on the Fred Whiddens at Kelly Tallahassee Wednesday. They : __.. ..:1tjf't __- '__ -. _-
Ito I
Kelly and baby were in Jackson-. I
Palatka Sunday afternoon. ville visiting Thursday. stayed through Friday for the New No Rinse CH :RRY-HO Red Pie
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and girls funeral of :Mr. Conerly.Mr. e IN I8IO.THE REVEREND I
has we
If news
the weekend in Jacksonville. t
spent would appreciate having it for and Mrs. A. H. Hall and HENRY DUNCANESTABLISHED
Mr. and Mrs. Dick
the Polly Jones of Jacksonville were f
spent the weekend in Tampa. paper. SUR F CHERRIESLarge
Idell and Betty Durban of Law- Thought for the week. Ne- the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs z THE FIRST ;
of the glect :not the spiritual life, ne- L. L. Dyal Sunday.
Saturday guests
tey were SAVINGS BANK ,
Matchetts.Mr glect iot such a great salvation. Mary Lee Batten was honoredon .
a '
and Mrs. Henry Rowell Give yourself completely to Christ. her birthday with a party given & IN RUTHWELL. I No 2

and Mrs. Jessie Chastain were last by Rev. and Mrs. Beard. Those SCOTLAND. IT I 2 55C 45C
brated with a party Friday. 4
business callers in Gainesville Nancy Dryden visited her unclein who attended the occasion were t ;c' WAS OPERATED IN I
Glenda Parket 11 'itj I
Monday morning. Starke Friday night. Willow Sara Carlton _! t HIS OWN COTTAGEFORTHEBEKE.FITOF
}II'. and Mrs. Tommy Kitchensand Joyce Suggs Linda pail Green .
and Wedrel Kitchens of Ruth Hammond was in Gainesville Jackie Mott, Joann Green, Mary y :: ; ';:,___'-_ 7,; ''--1:" :Ji1t." > ;,..J''':._-_',._' -_ '._-_. .'> ."
Gainesville and Mr. and, Mrs. J. There Saturday.were 61 pupils and three I I Ella Green, and Barbaia Sue ? "'-_....._ -_. ,..- -- ....

W.day Jackson guests of of the Starke W. N.were Jacksons.Sun teachers Sunday. in religious services last Davis.Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Abrams and I ...--.k.=..,.., .." ,,,::. "..l:7".4...o ''' .. '"'"- -: ..".. ." ..... ;;_''7"4* 0,.._.. ... ._. '':;_;'}....._.'...,,_ A....__ 3.'"_"'._4-. :_,"' ".".-"._',,-<","'.- I

and Bonnie Naz- family were the dinner guests of
Gerald Jackson
Geraldine Webber and Joe Allen
those who have Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham and
worth are among visited relatives in Tampa last
family Friday.
the mumps. weekend and while there attendedthe I
Mrs. Hattie Shoch and Mrs. State Fair. Delores Cloverset- Rosa Mae Wagner of Gainesvillewas
recent the guest of Mr. and Mrs .
Lewis cf Palatka were
tle went shopping in Jacksonville FLORIDA BANK at STARKELV.
guests of the D. W. Swindells.Mrs. Saturday. : Albertus Miller. S. "GOOD" Eat-Rite SaleSIRLOIN
Louise Man.er spent Tuesday The Garden Club will meet Fri- Ifef:
in Starke. YOU'LL LOVE tne new Ester- day night in the Community Center W Member Florida National Group i
The Ladies who are putting on brook purse-size fountain pens In at 800.: Ruby Johns of Starke M6tI
the black face Minstrel are work- pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad- will be the guest speaker. Lb
ing hard and expect to put it on FORD COtfNTY TELEGRAPH. Carol Cox of Gainesville spent

in the School Auditorium, Feb. ..
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SCHOOL NEWS ',' >" : : ,,
The fourth and fifth grades, ,;;" ,; :'*\<'v .* ... Lb

under the direction of their teacher N EW. Ax.. -,Vi'v.O .. T-BONE STEAK 79CBONELESS

Mrs., Floy Sullivan, conducteda ;; : .. :., .'> ::: :
chapel program in the auditorium : -: .
ULTRA-NEW .. ". '
Wednesday of last week. ';
Melvin Eiland and Willow Ruth L. D S M y' .
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Hammond are absent from the I FOR 154 ,. I Lb
eighth grade because of illness. BEEF STEW 59C
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Audrey Raley is also absent again. it
Carol Johnson spent the week UTI" _1' :i

end with her family at Astor. / U
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David Allen was ai itor to .
Tampa where he attended the fair. y' I I Lb

Under the direction of Miss t .. . :. : PLATE STEW BEEF 19C
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learned to make whipped topping.On I
Last Thursday this was usedon 1I -
the apricots which the club \ '; l'; ; ,
girls had for dessert. The writer : ; I'Lb

failed to get any on her dessert, ; I FRESH HAMBURGER 39C

but from all reports it was a /JJ': ; i :
wonderful concoction. : ; : /: : ; : .J I
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William Carter attended a partyfor '.' :." ;,.' ., '. .. 1r. .,; I .
his cousin given: in Starke last ::j: t ?:- ': ;tkf: ; v' : '. ', J

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the magnificent new Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight for 1951. And

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New Power BraLes, Power ,
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cowl I ventilator: Deep foam rubber C u.>lom-to unge Cushions
Safely-PaJJed Instrument Panel,Hand Brake Signal Power Seats*, too! See the 1954 "Dream Car.Ninety-Eight

Light and Front Compartment Courtesy Lights are now at your Old:mobile dealers today. J JUICE E

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r5SrSSJ5SS5rrSSSrC Norma Lee Jordan YWA Banquet Mrs. Matthews Hampton PTA I,:of my distric* and the count. as a system. ,
whole, that I have done ia the past I will appreciate
To Wed F. D. Key Given To Climax Observes Birthday To Give Minstrel 'cooperation Jessie and support.R. Chast&.Ln.* the Your 4th appreciated.Tote and support your continued on M.iy

The Hampton PTA is -Truman Norman
Focus WeekAs sponsoringa FOR SCHOOL BOARD
negro minstrel, "The Dancing I hereby announce my cai.iidacy FOR COC\TT. COMMISSIONER

a climax to YWA Focus Dew Drops", Friday night Feb. I for nstructioi member, District of'the Board No. I of, l.4wtey Public I hereby DISTRICT announce TWO my Candida.>

Week, the Business Women's 26, in the Hampton school auditorium and in Bradford the County. I have worked for County Commissioner. Diet rc'!
school fn
system five Two
( Starke) subject
to the
Circle of the First Baptist WMU at 8 o'clock. Admission'm as a bus driver and Wbt!* theaintenance will of the voters in the Democrat,-
25c and 50c. department. I. feel primaries. If elected to this .
Gladys Mooty entertained the girls with a ban- that I know most of the problems office I promise to responsible
quet at the Brown facing the schools in this iunty. best efforts toward
Phone 35 Derby Monday I a pr'grpssland \
i am a home owner of this t'>>unty Impartial
i night Cub Scout Notice and have been a resident all'of my affairs of my district administration and the of the
life. I coun
- am 35 old
---------------------- years an.r haveworked
I ty as a whole.
The tables Your
banquet vote and
j were covered
with the boys and girls" of will be support -
I with white cloths, centered The Cub Scouts will hold their the county and feel that I appreciated.Ewell
Mrs. -
Puerto Rican Life Pickering
stand them and their needs. Itnder-j "
1 with white Pack meeting and birthday
: chrysanthemums. Lace have two boys whom I (':,
Theme Of ProgramAt Hostess Honoring I fern runners interspersed with red Monday night. Feb. 22, at 7:30e (' in this school system. Iflected.
I' I promise to work with the I
Woman's Club Bride Elect cameUias were placed along the o'clock in the Methodist recreation other Board members for the determent I FRI. SAT.ONLY \
building. of the Bradford County jchool -
tables. Attractive favors, in red : .

Life in Puerto Rico, U. S. A." Mrs. L. X. Pickering was hostess and white were given each guest ... a iI i
at at informal : 4 After the dinner, members and Memorial a I,
was the theme of the program a delightful party Ceremony ,

the monthly meeting of the Wom Tuesday afternoon honoring Miss \. 1 ; I I guests went to the educational Scheduled By WOWAt ,
an's Club Wednesday afternoon of Ellouise Thomas popular bride- ; room of the church for games anda II

laat week u portrayed by Mr. elect. business meeting. Lake Butler 4L a"Pop's I Bt

and Mrs. Cesar Rivera. A. profusion of azaleas and I Special guests included Rev. L. .' I .

Colorful pamphlets of "Living daffodils were used to advantagein P. Haines, Mrs. R. A. Green, ;Mrs. A Memorial Ceremony for de I,

in Puerto Rico" were handed to decorating the Pickering home J. E. Hildebran, and Mrs. A. Russell Mrs. E. S. Matthews observed ceased members will be part of I, AT THE STARKE

the members as they entered the for the occasion. Appropriategames Norman. her 81st birthday anniversarywith the program planned for Thursday -

club and several tables held Puerto were played during the an at home for neighborhoodi I Feb. 25, at a District Meeting -

Rican displays of linens, scarves.I afternoon and prizes were ,awarded Helen Masters friends Tuesday i of the Woodman of the Worldin Seafood MarketPhone
Mrs. to the winners. Mrs. Matthews moved to Starke I Lake Butler.
and musical instruments. .I
I Circle Members with her parents in 1878 and has Mimbers of the
W. B. Sewell. chairman of Inter Among the 20 guests were Mr. and Mrs. John W. Jordan organizationand 392
national Relations, introducedMrs. Mrs. B. T. Thomas, mother of the of Alachua announce the engage Hosts At Luncheon lived here continuously for 76 their families from all over

Rivera, who acted as commentator bride-elect and Mrs: Wesley An- ment and approaching marriage of years, longer than any other living North Florida will attend, along

and nostess for the delightful drews, mother of the bridegroomelect. their daughter. Norma Lee, of I The Helen Masters Circle was person. Her father, Louis Witkov-i with the National Secretary of Lowest Prices

program. Cesar Rivera Alachua and Keystone Heights ,hostess for the covered dish I ski, was one of the early mer- the Society, William C. Bradenof
Puerto Mrs. Pickering presented Miss 'luncheon the chants of Starke and also served Omaha, Nebr., who will take
life In at regular monthly
gave a short talk on to Frederick Durell Key of Starke, Pound
Rico and Larry Gibson explainedand .Thomas with a gift as a memento son of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Wilkinson business meeting of the First as mayor and county commissioner. part in the public ceremony.The Out of Tube! I MULLET . 16c

demonstrated the native mu- of the occasion. of Palatka The wedding will Baptist WMU. Tuesday at 12 i Lake City District is composed I .

sical instruments. Mrs. Levy Ca- be an event of March 28 at 3:30p. : noon. I I of Union, Bradford, St. "AND liE'S OUT of':tune TROUT-.4o (

nova played several Puerto Rican On TV Show m in the First-Baptist Church After luncheon, the host circle MethodistVSCS ,Johns, ,Clay Suwannee, Putnam,, Baker Hamilton., Columbia on his fire insurance A too. Red Snapper 55c
piano numbers. At the conclu- of Alachua. presented the Royal Service program Met A

sion of the program, Miss Audrey The bride is a graduate of with Mrs. Beard, Mrs. J. R. Monday Dixie Madison, and Lafayette A Cat Fish . 45c

Newman showed a colored film Aiachua High School and Jones Chasteen, Mrs. J. A. Griffin Mrs. The regular business and pro- counties and Camps from allover "If our place burns down, Red Fish . 35c
its life L. D. Haines, and Mrs. Ernest the area are scheduled to partici-
Puerto Rico depicting Business College. She is at present we'll
on gram meeting of the MethodistW. get only what it)
and many industries.Mrs. I .. I employed as a secretary for Brooks taking part. S. C. S. was held Monday afternoon pate.The was I Fresh
R. F. Young presided at ___.. !lav Electric Cooperative. Inc., Special guests on this occasion in the church sanctuarywith : program, beginning at 5 worth six years ago!" &

the short business meeting in the V ; in Keystone Heights. were Mrs. W. P. Styers of Shelby the president Mrs. E. K. p. m. with the Memorial Cere- I SHRIMP lb. 69c

Mrs. J. N. C., Re-lin Su of Formosa, prin- for recently deceased mem- I
absence of the president i The bridegroom was graduated Perryman, presiding. mony Better be safe. Bette Cedar
.W. Kincaid. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, I 1 from Palatka High School and cipal of Chu Tung County High During the business meeting bers of the fraternity, will feature see Key FreshOYSTERS

Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Mrs. J.I served with the 537th Engineers School, and Dominador R. Coralde, 'the following nominating committee a supper at 6 p. m. for Woodmen I this Agent TODAY! *

the supervisor of adult education, Na- and their families and a I
A. Griffin were appointed on I Company, Ladd Field in Fairbanks was appointed: Mrs. L. A.

nominating committee. Alaska. He is manager of ga, Phillippines. Davis, chairman, Mrs. I. P. Shep- class initiation at 8 p. m. The Per Qt. Per. Pt

During the social hour. appropriate -! the A & P Food Store in Starke.No herd, Mrs. L. D. Green Mrs. J. latter will be closed to Woodmen j 1.50 79c

Puerto Rican refreshments j invitations are being sent, Founders Day W. Andrews and Mrs. H. H. only.

were served by the hostesses: Mrs. I I but tll friends and relatives of the Observed PTA Adams. Others taking part in the pro- H. C. WAUAGENCY : : Fla. Grade A D & D
Ewell Lawson. Mrs. C. A. Knight couple are invited to attend the By Rev. T. G. Mitchell announced gram will be R. E. Vance, State

Mrs. J. H. DuPre Mrs. George ,i t wedding and the reception after Founder's Day was observed by plans for the revival which will Manager of Tallahassee, Berry : FRYERS Ib 40c

Flynn, Mrs. Lewis Haines. Miss :; II wards at the Alachua Woman'sClub. the local PTA Tuesday night with be held the last week in April. L. Jackson, Head Consul of Tall- Phone I ALL FISH DRESSED
Clara Leaman and Mrs. Dave ahassee, and Consul
I Mrs. T. II. Slade. chairman of Commanders
four past presidents, Mrs. T. B. '
Paulk. : Missionary Education. announced of Local Camps. The National Officer 200 E. Call Street READY TO COOK
Harding, Mrs. L. H. Jennings, Mrs.T. :
\ :Garden Club H. Slade and Mrs. Lex Green. that the mission study book. from Omaha will addressthe Starke a I OPEN 9 AM9PM

Birthday SupperAt on hand to be recognized and have "Spanish Speaking America". Public Woodmen gatheringsponsored I I

Mays Home To Meet Monday the honor of cutting the birthdaycake. would be reviewed at the general by the Lake Butler -- -- --.-.--.. -.._.,.... i.,'-- ._-._- .....-, .-- I
meeting in March. Camp at 7 p. m., and J. W. Yeo- w

-- ... -- -- The Planting and Care of The Founder's observancewas Mrs. Titus Olson had charge of man, District Manager will act as ,
Mrs. Danmue H.lays Jr en -- Spring Annuals" will be the sub- Day LIKEWRESTLING
master of ceremonies.
I UTalented in charge of Mrs. Green, anda the program. "The Methodist
tertained Tuesday evening with a led of the talk by Prof. P. E. .
contribution was taken for the Church Helping Rural Negroes". Families of deceased Woodmen I
surprise supper honoring her husband arvin, assistant professor of : .
A motion picture telling the storyof here are urged to attend this
national building fund.
on his birthday anniversary I seven-year-old Suzi Horticulture, from the University I
Seasonal flowers were used in Broadway, daughter of Mr. and I Dr. R. W. McComas, a director I the life of George Washington Meeting in honor of their departed I

decorating.Mrs. I' Mrs. Frank Broadway of Starke, I of Florida, at the monthly meet- ,of the State Board of Health, gave ,Carver was shown. Estelle Roberts, loved ones. Mr. Yeoman stated

C. R. Tillman assisted Mrs. will appear on Tommy Wood's ing of the Starke Garden Club an interesting taLon mental I'teacher, who last August attended that among those tq( be mentioned i ?

Mays in serving the following "Open House" program this after- Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock health and its relation to the Boylan Haven in Jacksonville, a in the ceremony are A. Z. Adkins.V. I
training school for R. Reddish, and D. E. Knight.I
guests invited to be with Mr. noon (Friday) at 4:30 o'clock on ;n the Parish house on Church school child. negroes gavean
WMBR-TV. Vivacious Awards for having the most interesting report of her school The local memorial to the same
Mr. and blonde J
Mays: Mrs. Grady Tyre Street. The executive board will
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Lauramore, Suzi, twice a winner in local ama- parents present went to Mr. activities and work. "What Is deceased Woodmen will be held ,
teur shows, will do meet at 7 o'clock.Hostesses Sprow's 12th grade home room Done In Florida" was given by i in Starke Camp at some date in
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Williams, and one of her Dou't miss of the
i inimitable dance interpretations at for the evening will and Mrs.!. Devlin's second grade. Mrs. Olson.This article told of April this year, and the organization any good
Mr. and Mrs.
C. R Tillman.
this time. be, Mrs. E. D. Tenly, chairman, trailers that are being used as of the Class of New Woodmen Shows on WJH P-TV
Miss Sylvia Paulk sang'four churches in their honor is ,
traveling and they are progressingwell. ,
Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mrs. Gladys
Beta Sigma Phi Weekend guests of Dr.. and Mrs.J. songs on the PTA Founders Day taken into communities where Channel 36.Weguarantee.
A. LeClerc at' Kihgsley Lake Harrington and Mrs. T. J. Alder- program at Keystone Heights there are no churches. :Mrs. Olson *

The Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill are Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Jacobs of man. Thursday. also told briefly about the W. S. Methodist Men the finest

meet Monday evening at 8 New York and Washington, Dr. C. S. project. Brewster Hospital.Mrs. reception

o'clock at the home of Norma and Mrs. David Fairchild, of Fair- I. P. Shepherd conductedthe Hear ChaplainChaplain possible. '

Currie with Marion Long as co- child Gardens, Miami, and- Dr. devotional. and Mrs. W. R Weve: had far more training
L. H. Bailey of Washington, D. C. Miller, soloist, concluded the meet- W. G. Cofield. State ,

hostess. Dr. J. A. LeClerc was guest ing by singing a negro spiritual Prison Farm Chaplain, was guest ancj experience in UHF

speaker at seminer at the University speaker at the Starke Methodist
.-- a accompanied at the piano by :Mrs.
J- __1 of Florida Thursday. Perryman. Men's Fellowship supper Monday tha'n anyone else in this area.
evening. Chaplain Cofield discussed -
I I the function and the workof
Flash! Hear that "clothes- the W. J. Woodmen CircleThe .
our Dodd, Jr. family have
P/WI' the Chaplain at the State Prison ,
line" thieves have swiped Lillian I moved from Kingsley lake to the and also played some record-

Stump's red silk pajama tops l I W. J. Epperson, Sr. house at.311)i regular meeting of the ings of the various prison choirs

Spring Softies off her line t'other evening to go S. Walnut street Evelynn j !Supreme Forest Woodman Circle which provide special music at Chas. C. SHEPHERD

with Adelaide Crowson's blue silkP. and Morris Williams are staying will be held in the WOW hall
Fri.. Sat Feb. 19. 20 I | the services in the prison chapel.
J. tottoms that were taken last with Evelynn's folks, the Jesse[::Tuesday evening at 7:30: o'clock .
: The was prepared by H. .
DOUBLE FEATURE \'eek-they had me worried run- Newsomes for the next month I\at which time Miss Katherine supper
K. Tyrus, Millard Judd. and TV RADIO
withPillow ]'Colson will Bobby SEA.T COVERS UPHOLSTERING;
half while
ning around with just an Morris is working with Hercules j'' .
Turner. President George T. Hug-
Pony ExpressIN I eutfit on-anyhow it goes to prove out at Heilbronn Springs. j'I Hostesses will be Mrs. Clyde gins announced that the .
TECHNICOLOR I they are still on the prowl--so a card from Janie (Avery) Cars-i'Tomlinson. Mrs. Willamae Judd r
i committee for the March meeting j PHONE 239 4-:
With Charlton hester and Knonda don't leave clothes on the line j well says she and Ed are saoking up ,and Miss Voncille Kelly. .
Comfort I will be M. W. Lance. chairman i
Hemming 'lvernightished! I could I\sunshine down at Key West after i! H. Meyer, and W. B. Sewell.POLITICAL I .
I have seen the expressions on Virginia attending the Fair in Tampa .1 CARD OF THANKSWe I

-AND-- Smith's and Martha Wall's see that the George Huggins fami- In
wish to thank our many Tampa It's SHEP'S T V
j faces the other day when they ly moved last weekend from the'j'I
FAST COMPANY friends for their floral offeringsand ANNOUNCEMENTS'I
|v.;ere frightened out of a year'srovth Graham house on Clark street to ,
With Howard Keel and 1'olly I 1 ? by a flying squirrel. They ; the former Cecil Douglas place kind words during the loss ef i
our loved one. Mrs. Chloric Baxley.
Bfrgen i I Il'lu" 1 i iatl gone over to Aunt Dea Wil.Jn' out on the Keystone highway .
-Clinton K. Baxley, Miss Wileeta FOR SCHOOL 110.\110 I
Serial and Cartoon i i -- :$ house on an errand during Glad to see Mary Sue (Epperson I I hereby announce my candidary I
Baxley, Mrs. Ollie Lewis, E. Lawton for School Board from Distrn't '
:he time Mrs. Wilson was in Pen- j ) Gay back in town after six Three< (Brooker and New River) 'I

Sun.. Mon. Feb. 21. 22 .>a'nla and upon entering the months in Zirndorf, Germany Crawford, Lonnie Crawford.. I subject to the will of the Democrat110 -
voters in the May
primaries I
I hose:: found a mass of destruc- I where husband, Cpl. William A. Clayton Crawford, Zary Crawford, i I feel that I am well qualified for thi OTICEAccording

WAR PAINT : I > .\)fl flower pots upset, Venetian Gay, is stationed he expects to I Odom Crawford, Spencer Crawford position the people and.of if my elected district will and serif the ;i;, I

IN VIVID LAThE COLOR blinds chewed up, stuff I arrive home in March didn't James M. Crawford. county at large to the best of my I ,'

rius News and Cartoon Ii knocked off dressers and tables I know we. had so much talent in ability. -A. L. GREEN. |I --.

and while they were trying to !the Woman's club you YOl"LL: LOVE the new Ester-

Tues. Feb. 23 ONIXTRIPOLI I It Foam rubber borrowed figure out the identity of the intruder 'Jshouldav' seen Boots Peyton, Mar- FOR DISTRICT CO COMMISSIONER KOfR to Sec. 7. Article 10, of Florida .

t I out flew a flying squirrel garet Duncan and Lucille Green brook purse-size fountain pens in I hereby announce my candidary Constitution
from i for County Commissioner District :
I your plump pillow I right at them they took refuge with Puerto Rican musical in.Struments Four (Thereesa, Hamptoi. Graham), I
cushions each step pa>tel shades. Only $2.37 at Bradford subject to the will of the Democratic EVERY
IN TECILMCOLOK you in the bedroom, with the door I accompanied by Mona PERSON WHO HAS BEEN RECEIVING
I voters In the May primaries
With Maureen O'Hara and John I! take in this r-oft leather closed tight, of course, until Canova at the piano, ragging it County Telegraph. If P lE''t Pd. I promise to render the HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION AND THOSE EXPECTING -
Paine I casual that wears & trio I things quieted down, including I up with Larry Gibson as instruc- same faithful service to the people TO

of tubing straps over the i their hearts, and finally got upi I tor at the Puerto Rico RECEIVE IT FOR THE FIRST
Wed., Thur. Feb. 24, 25 II vamp. There's a buckle in enough nerve to creep out ana |lilt the club last Wednesday-'twas TIME SHOULD WITHOUT FAIL, SIGN TilE APPLICATION -

DOUBLE FEATURE back a wedge heel Keal call Junius at the plant for help. really unique! see Alice And- Years Of Priceless ExperienceIn I ON OR BEFORE APRIL 1ST 'OF

i' '54 smartness. Tan ombre ,They figured the culprit got in erson is pinch-hitting this week EACH YEAR WITH THE TAX ASSESSOR.

WALT DISNEY'SThe leather and Black. Many through the chimney j I jat Ronnie Donnie and Helen

Sword and The I other smart new styles. The youngest members of the ]i t tI'Haines is bookkeeping at the Research Work by The Elgin Na- k

Rose Scout Cubs have been having 'I Sunco Service station. tional Watch Co. Gives You A Truly Everyone wh. has
I some interesting outings lately Orchids to L. S. Hutto who will or sold
Remarkable Watch From Elgin'sExclusive
IN TECHNICOLOR I 495Bobbie's Hope Holliday, den mother of Den ,be celebrating his 73rd birthdayon property during the should
AND -- I 1 with den chief. Kenneth Miller ,i, Feb. 22 Dr. M. B. Herlong Design Studio year,

took the boys out Tuesday for a :'who is celebrating his 7Sth birthday file return on this, in order to insure

WALT DISNEY'S tour of the State Prison thoseon today, Feb. 19 Annie

- Prowlers of TheEverglades BooteryAT the trip were Arthur Holliday, ,'Colson who will be celebrating her New Elgin \Watches withTHE the correct assessment.

John Adams, Harold Seymour, 80th birthday on Feb. 23 -I
Bill Green Tom Smith, Dave Elizabeth Lamb who will be 83 MILLION DOLLAR LOOK
IN TECILMCOLOKFlu on Feb. 22 and Mrs. E. S. Matthews
Lone. Billy Melson, Larry and Returns on Perewal
Property and -
Latest World Fox News Fla. "'uddNoegel and David Haines who celebrated her birth- Intangible

i and on Thursday of last week 'day at a small party on Tuesday. As Little As $33.75 Personal Property are also being taken.
_'tVi Feb. 16. Verna Johns and
Helen Malone, den mother of Den
,,4. aivi Wilma Dockstader, den .Dolly and Lonnie Sullivan from ELGIN WATCHES has the Million Dollar Main Spring -
:Ja.'till be here for the
I j -nothof den 3, took their groups : weekend That Will Never Break in Service.
''to help Mrs. Lamb celebrate All The
out to Raiford for an inspection her Abovl are Due On or Before

COME TO TilE I; "'f the Fire Tower there hear 'birthday on Sunday Tom Presented through the courtesy of Elgin National j
Ritch was host at a small luncheonfor April 1st of Each YearFor
I that Herbert Ritch and Freeman
and their authorized dealer and distributorin
a few of his neighborhood Watch Co.,
I Re"Jr.': are serving on the
'BASKET BALL'SAT. i friends Wednesday when he celebrated Starke and Bradford County
i !i'f'f".1 Court Grand Jury in Jax
I his 3rd birthday Jimmie
: 1 Cole will be 17 years old on Feb. SEE THESE WATCHES
j 1"' "" Toby Dowdy show on TV i 23, Roddy Strath was 15 years old WINDOW AND BE CONVINCED THAT I Homestead Exemption the Tax Assessor's office

., FEB. 20 I jas pnklin Nazworth is going:: on Feb. 11, Margaret Rose.Duncan will remain all
Saturday afternoon
i open Feb. 20th.
;+o vinea--. as featured" guitarist: !i will be 16 years old on Feb. 21 QUALITY HAS NO SUBSTITUTE

USO BLDG. 8:00 P.M. I.t--o --< these evenings word i I and :Martha Susan Ritch will be 8 ,
I*r- T.*. Drew Reddish that he 4
old on Feb. 22.Don't .
$1.50 Per Couple i h<. :* t.
r? there he ex"ects..toN i the BHS cafeteria Thursday eve-
*fc-- for the next six weeks STARKE'S LEADING JEWELER
ning from 6 to 9, sponsored by the
Benefit Senior Class "Trip to Cuba" ..-.,t v. O. Bridges has start -'j i seniors to raise money for their ASSESSOR, BRADFORD COUNTYI
The House of Fine Diamonds
I t v "rting his home at the cor- trip to Cuba see you there. I

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q.h and Cherry streets Carolyn -
iio IIBRADFORD ... _

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.r Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford, Sr. of Mrs. Janie VanDaley of New I .tlrr To Appear.To You are hereby notified that a 'Ifiy Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Coby. Defendant
: Lottie Mae Griffin whose residence suit has been brough against In 2/19 4tU Case No. 10-364
York is several' you
Jacksonville Sunday with City spending and
spent address is: c'o W. G. the Circuit Court of Bradford Coun Notice Te Appears
Mrs. Dorothy Ford and daughtersin rribnths with her granddaughter,j Carolica.Baysden. Route 4, Kinston. North ty. Florida in Chancery. by Grace "NOTICE TO To: Pauline Coby, whose residenceand
cP&6dna t9.o celebration of Suzanne Ford's Mrs. E. E. Henderson and Mr. You are hereby notified that I hereby Sheehan required Plaintiff.to file and(personally you are IB Circuit Oort. Bradford Coaity. Road,address Atlanta,is Georgia.You : 1761 .M ore'e Mill
suit for Divorce or by .. Piorida! IB rhaarery.
fifth birthday anniversary.Mr. Henderson.Mrs. attorney) with the Clerk of are hereby notified that B
nas been filed Everett
against you in the the said Court your written defen- Hurlburt Plaintiff, vs.
and Mrs. T. J. Bullard of Ada Alexander and daughter ibove named Court and cause and sea, if any. to the Bill of Complaint Shirley Hurlburt Defendant. suit for

Jacksonville Beach I Wilma, visited Mrs. P.Ualia rou are required to serve a copy o. !in said suit, and to serve a copy of Case No. 10-34S Divorcehas
were Sunday :said I i'etlce To Appear been filed against yon in the
THE NEWS your answer or pleading to thi written defenses upon Dayton
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Milli- McCranie jn Jacksonville Thurs jomplaint on the Plaintiff & Dayton P. O. Box 444. Dade City I To: Shirley Hurlburt, whose resi- above named Court and cause and
Attorney T. Frank Landrum Florida Solicitors for the Plaintiff dence and address is: 326 Beach I you are required to serve a copy of
of last week.
S S S SSSSSS S __- day Starke. Florida .on or before the 22nd day of March.! 29th Street, Far Rockaway, Long. i your answer or pleading to the complaint -
and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and :Miss June Clark of Jackson- And file the original In the office A.D., 1954. Island New York. I on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Friends O( Mrs. A. C. Durden I Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. John 9f the Clerk of the Circuit The nature and purpose of this You are hereby notified that a Joseph K. Skipper 221:! Graham
Mrs. Fay Gill visited Mrs. Mary ville Beach was home for the Court i proceedings is to suit for Building Jacksonville, Florida.
an or before set aside
will be happy to hear that she is i' and son, Vincent, of Jacksonvillewere Frances Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. weekend with her parents, Mr. and Z2 day of the March, 1S54; I i.deeree. divorce Divorcehas and file the original in the office of
somewhat improved after her weekend guests of Mr. and .jtnerwise the allegations of said Herein fail not or decree pro con- been filed against you in the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
E. T. King ih Daytona Beach on Mrs. I. E. Clark. Complaint wll be fesso will be entered against you above named Court and cause and : before the 22 day of March, 195.4;
serious illness the first of the Mrs. V. S. St. John. Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin are fessed by you. taken a* con I I The Bradford County Telegraph. a you a-e required to serve a copy of i otherwise the allegations of salk

week at the home of her daughter,, Dr. and Mrs. M. T. Bichon and This notice shall be published newspaper of general: circulation in your answer or pleading to the i Complaint will be taken as confessed -
and Mrs. Roy J. Andrewsand spending some time with Dr. and one each week for four consecutive Bradford County, is hereby designated complaint on the Plaintiff': by you
Mrs. O. L. Beasky. daughter, Suzanne, of Paducah daughter, Barbara, of Orange Mrs. C. C. Mendoza in Jackson- weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I I as the newspaper in which Attorney Evan T, Evans, 103 This notice shall be publishedonce
Mr. and' Mrs. E. R. Jeffords of Ky. will be guests next week of I graph. this notice shall be published once a Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville each week for four coneecott e
Park were Saturday guests of Dated this 17 week for four consecutive pUblica- Florida weeks in the Bradford County Tel..
Lake City "arid Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. Covington.Mr. ville.Mrs.. Cula Coran and Mrs. Ada 1954. day February tions prior to the said 22nd day of and file the original In the office of graph.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O.
Dansby. ,
lUFFICIAL SEAL March. A.D. 1954. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on, Dated this 18 day of February
Jeffords of were and Mrs. Herman Reesman ) Charles A. Darby ;
High Springs Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkand I Alexander and daughter, Wilma, Clerk of the Circuit Coart. Witness my hand as Clerk and the or before the 1954.
recent of Mr. and Mrs. of Ocala were guests Saturday of seal of said Court in Starke. Flori 22 day of March. 1954 i
guest By M rUn ; OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby
children. Joyce and Stevie, I were in Jacksonville shopping on L. Crotby, Deput7 Clerk da this 17 day of February A.D., otherwise the allegations of Mid I ( )
Clerk of the Circuit Conrt
George T. Huggins.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews. 2/lJ 4t J/1J 1954.
Complaint will be taken contested
Monday. as -
spent the weekend with Mr. and By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
ft .''Ben of N. Y. is (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby by
Drew d UJIr'of' Jackson* Welsh Elmira. yon.
< :
NOTICE Te APPE.tftI. 2/19 4t 3/12
I Scobby Kelly and Lee Snyder
Mrs. Joe Thomas in Crescent City. Clerk of the entitled Court This notice shall ... oublUhrd 1
ville spent the .weekend with spending six weeks with his Circuit Onrt. Bra4f.rd Concty.Florida By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy ClerkDa'tOl
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and of Camp Rucker Ala. Emilene U Cka.em.Frank once each week for four consecttive :
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish.1 daughter, Mr. Wilma Dockstader. & Dayton, Solicitors for weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph !
son. David. and Mr. and Mrs.I Kelly and Sarah Greer of Eustis Morris. Plaintiff, vs. Carrie Plaintiff. P. O. Box 444. Dade City.

Mr. and Mrs.: S. E. Reyes and Mr. .and Mrs. Dave Paulk had .i George Roberts, Sr. of Lawteywere were weekend guests of Mrs. Morris Defendant. Case No. 10357Xotlee Florida. 2/19 4t 3111IOTICE Dated this 15 day of February I

son of Jacksonville the as dinner guests Tuesday evening, T. 1954. i itOlo'FICIAL FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
spent Enoch Kelly. Appear
in Savannah, Ga. on Sunday SEAL) Charles A. Dirty
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ben Lindsey and Talmadge Mc- To: Carrie Morris whof residenceand
Clerk ot the Circuit CMMIBy I
Word has been received thatG. Circuit Court Bradford
visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts address is: Salisbury, North CoBBtyFlorida ,
Kinnon of Willacoochee Ga. and I. Marian L. Crosby Deputy clerk I
Carolina.You Chancery.Earl
Sapp. Jr. and new baby. C. Gasber of Akron, Ohio was 2/19 4t |3. 12 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Andrews Lt. Com. Tom Lindsey of Jack- are hereby notified that a S. Huff Plaintiff vs. Ruth i i JUST ONE
Mrs. G. S. Brown and children, seriously injured in an auto accident suit for I L. Huff Defendant.

and sons of New River were din- sonville. Mrs. J. C. Sapp and children and Sunday near Fort Pierce. Divorcehas Case No. 10-353 IB Circuit Cesrt. Bradford Coeatr. i I FRIGIDAIREMade
\otfrr T
Appear. .
been filed against In the
you Florida la rh acry. I
ner guests Tuesday evening of Mrs. Joe Marline attendingthe Mrs. Freddie Watterson attendedthe Mr. Gasber is a frequent visitorat above named Court and cause and1 I''I To: Ruth L. Huff whose residenceand JamesV.. Keys Plaintiff,. v*. I only by General
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. 4th birthday anniversary the Lake Side Cottages at Keystone you are required to serve a copy of address is908 Menlo Street. Fotene P. Keys, Defendant.
Gasparilla parade in Tampa Los Angeles, California. AU other
your answer or pleading to the Corp. -
Case No. 10-36: >
Orange trees, Satsuma Darty of Larry Martinez today at I I
Kumquat, You are hereby notified that a
of last week. Heights. complaint on the PlAintiff'sAttorneYIl .
Monday Order Of Publication And \ollotpprart T
Persimmons and nut trees. the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams & Futch, P. ,!,suit for State Of Florida T n I Refrigerators are
At Sistrank's. Martinez in Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson and Grace Mott, Lorena Kelly and O. Pox 188 Starke, Florida I|I Divorce Fetene P. Keys, whose resiOm- made by other companies
of last week in and file the original In the office of has: been filed against you In the
family spent part .Fred White were in Jacksonville and address is758: Park Place
John and Henry Godwin were and Mrs. L A. McCoy and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on above named Court and cause ana 1 Niagara Falls New York. and cannot use the word
Tampa as guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Monday on business. or before the I you are required to serve a copy of
called to Griffin. Ga. on Sundayby Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McCoy of i :!2 day of March 1954 [your answer or pleading to the complaint You are required to appear OB Frigidaire.
while the ;
B.-Knight attending Mr. I March 22, 1954 in the above earn
Mrs. W. White
i and Olin Sr. ., the Plaintiffs
the serious illness of their Charlotte. N. C. were overnight otherwise the allegations of said on Attorney
ed Court and cause, wherein pfain-
Gasparilla and Fair. :Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mr. and Jomplalit will be taken as confessed I, J. Donald Gibson. 226 E. I
mother : s.V.. F. Godwin. guests Wednesday of Mr. and I i tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County
M by you. Forsyth Street. Jacksonville A
Marian Maxine Faulk of Jack : Want GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
Mrs. Charles H. Fields visited Telegraph shall publish this Order
This notice shall be published|I Florida
Godwin, Mrs. Henry Godwin and Mrs. W. G. Haile. I I
in next four weekly issues. I
sonville is spending this week with Miss and mother once each week far four consecutive and file toe original in the office of
Mrs. W. J. Chandler were in Griffin Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Price of Marjorie Lloyd weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Witness my hand and official seal 7 ?
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
afternoon at at Starke. Florida, this Februaiv 1))>.
I Robertsdale Sunday Daytona on or before the 22 day of March, :
Mrs. M. O.
Ga. the week to attend Ala. and
past (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarinA
1954 otherwise the of
Maxie Carter. Jr. Beach. Miss Lloyd is friend of Dated this 17 Day of February ; allegations THEN SEE
the golden' wedding anniversaryof Nelson of Mobile, Ala. are spend- a I 1954. said Complaint will be taken as !' Clerk of !'aidurt
Mrs. H. F. Darby of Lake City Mrs. Charles Fields, and the confessed By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby byou.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. week with Mr. and Mrs. E.
Montgomerywhich ing a and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot of Sand- Lloyds of Tenn. Cleric of the Circuit Court This notice shall be published I Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
was celebrated on Feb. 10. J. Flynn and Mrs. W. D. Faxon. of Mrs.P. Chattanpoga were E'y Marian L. Crosby D"nnty Clerk once each week for four consecutive Bldfr. Jacksonville, Fla. E. H. SMITHTenth '
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Caruso I VERMICUUTE. soil conditionerfor erson were Tuesday guests on their vacation at Daytona 2/19 4t 3/12 weeks in the Bradford County TeleKr Att>'.'. for Plf 2 19 4C: 3/12

M. Barefoot.Mr. Beach. "nh
and Al Stefanelli of Jacksonville plants and shrubs at Sis- and Mrs. Robert Thompsonof In The Circuit Court Of The Eighth Dated this 16th day of February.. Br'OTICE TO APPKARIn aid Temple Ave.
and Miss Myrtice Burnsed of I Itnk's.----------------t Mrs. Ann Kelly and daughter Judicial Circuit Of Florida In 1954. Circuit Court Bradford Ccnatr.
_. .. Vinton. Iowa were Sunday Loretta visited friends in Palatka I And For Bradford County In i OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Florida: In rhaacrrr.Jerr Starke, Fla
nalaWIn were or Air. Mr. Mrs. tiawaras or Chancery Clerk of Circuit r.ourt.I .
guests ana ana w L. : \ tne S dibv. Planuiffs r
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester I Grace P. Sheehan, Pah1t1f'S.. > 1' Mine
Wednesday. _. _
Mrs Henry Stefanelli on Thurs- Tacksonville overnight guests
were Crews. James V. Sheehan. Jr.. Defendant I i" .. _--... ,, ._- -
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day Feb. 11 when Mrs. Stefanelli last Friday of Mrs. W. H. Struth. home Pill To "t't Anidr Divorce Decree. I LJ_""' '''''u",.. -" -- .. ::!W'i:"' .- ;!jl'o ......Jt.JtJ" ,
Pfc. Ronald Andrews was
!.Notice To Pile Written leIrn.caState
celebrated her birthday anniver- Mr. and Mrs. Guv Andrews and CARD OF THANKSOur
of Florida To James V. Sheehan -
for the weekend from duties in I I
sarv son, Tommy. spent Saturday night Jr., whose address iF: Set.
Puerto Rico visiting his parents. heartfelt thanks to all who James V. !Bherhan.' Jr.. HA 32010992 >
'Mr and Mrs. 1... L. Roane of and Sunday in St. Augustine.. -
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews and extended comforting sympathy and ;! Compinv C. Fourth Armored I
Jacksonville were overnight guests Mrs. Eoline Roberts and friendsof Ctvalrv Re'.nai.aniTtattali.n.. ,
his financee. Miss Ellouise Thomas. help in our recent sorrow. For the APO 174. c''" Postmaster, New York I
Saturday of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Vistal, N. Y. were Tuesday eve-
i Miss Carolyn Edward will enter beautiful service, floral offering ]INI'W York. :i.L.ittr and more part i-I j' STARLING'SGROCERY
ning guests of Mrs. M. L. Lawson I addrt being to Plaintiff un
St. Vincent's hospital on Friday ,and other kindnesses, we are deeply known '
and Mrs. Wilma Dockstader.Miss I' I
and Saturday to have several wis- grateful. -- Mrs. O. W. Barry. II I '
COLONIALFLORIST Pat Lamb had luncheon
.dom teeth removed. L. W. Barry Mrs. J. R. Crews. : :
with her sister Mrs. Lonnie Sulli-
Mrs. J. D. Doyle was in Jack- Mrs. C. C. Dees and Mrs J. E
van in Jacksonville on Monday. I
sonville last Friday visiting Pearl j I Hardy.

Colson and Mrs. Ann Manning I iFlorida
Perfume That Clipgs all pijtal.patients in St. Vincent's hos-II I CARD OF TIIAXKS AND MARKET.

FLOWERSFor Q. Dear Penny: I adore perfume For Flowers, Lawns and Gardens: i' We desire to express to our kind PHONE 70 STARKE, FLA. '

other Cow Manure, Sheep Manure, Gro- neighbors and thoughtful friendsour THEATRE Starke WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
All Occasions but for some reason or heartfelt thanks for their
its fragrance just does not on many expressions of sympathy in
jAt Sistrunks.
PHONE 218 me. I have told several of my our bereavement. We wish especially -Dedicated To Community: .
Mrs. J. E. McGauley and Mrs. Service .
friends that I want a new perfume, Carl Motes and son of Palatka I to thank Dr. Houpt and his -

but first I must find out about a spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. staff for tireless efforts in our be- "Mo\ies Are Better Than

(j) lasting one.-Mrs. A. W. Charles.Hardy.. They all visited |'ner.half. -- The family of Ben Faulk- E'er"I I CAKE MIX

A. A particularly good idea Carl Motes in the Lake City VA

for women who claim that perfumedoes hospital in the afternoon.Mr. If you find your name con- ,
cealed in the Florida Theatre .
DISH GARDENS not "stay with them" is a and Mrs. Charles Meyers la (Inuit Court, Bradford ('OU8'" i
Florida; In ('h8a"I' Ad cut ad out and present it
and daughter, Sandi, of Jacksonville ) I
Liquid Skin Sachet. It smooths on Giovanni: Ivtrdla I'lamtiff.5.. to Box Office for FREE :
POTTERY weekend Mr. ; Swansdown for
spent the with Mariana D
orio pkgs
IVtrella. :
the skin very easily, and lingers TICKETS. '
and Mrs. Junius Smith. Case No. 10-333 I 2 39C
POTTED PLANTS longer because of its sachet base.It Order of Publication and Nolle. To
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thompson Appear: Stair of Florida Toi
has a slower rate of diffusionand Jr. were in Tulsa Okla. last week Mariana DOrio I'etreJla. whose Fri., Sat. Feb. 19 20
Flowers JViredAnywhere than other residence and address I is: 907
evaporation any to attend the funeral of Mr.Thompson's Chalkston ": :; -
Avenue. :
Providence, "
this Houbi- Rhode land. DOUBLE FEATURETRAIL'S <1. :, & _. .' .
Try -
fragrance. -
father -- "-- -- -- -' '
type W. B. Thompson You are required to appear on .. -'-,-.,a._ __:--r." '.t-ff _"-,..ct_->__' r ___ ......_. _. __-
gant Chantilly Liquid Skin Sachet. Sr. on Feb. 8. The Thompsons March 22 1954 I n the above named -

Nona St. Starke Dnly $1.85 plus tax at CANOVA returned home last Friday tiff Court seeks and divorce.cause wherein plain- END FOR BADMEN Bologna II ANY BRAND'BREAD

-- PHARMACY. I Complete line, Poultry and livestock Bradford County Telegraph shall

.- .. -, -.,. '--" ... remedies. At Sistrunk's. publish this issues.Order in next fourweekly 2 for 25d1

Witness my hand and official Weiners\
seal ruary.at 1954.OF'ICIALSEAL Starke. Florida, thi.- 17 Feb-

( ) Charles
A. Darby
As Clerk of said Court _
0000000000 Py Marian U rot.by. Deputy Clerk Jj11iIaizFrom.y Neck Bones
Charles H. Hess, 204 Guaranty Liff
Bldg., Jacksonville, Florida.Att.s. Cream for
CORN Style
for Plf. 2/19 4t 3 12 2 25c

0 0 Circuit!NOTICE10 Court Bradford APPEAHIB County, .y Tumbleweed I Red Sausage 2 1-2 SizePORK '

Fl..rldm In C.Ja""f'rr.Alice : .
Johnson Harnosky, \ (ieorgeliarnobky
VI Defendant & BEANS 2 for 35c
Case No. 10-361 ERIOTT Brisket StewLB.
0 Notice To Appear.To
1 A BarnosKy. whose resi-
: George '
) 'Q dence and address: is. I'nknown. ;'" : :::: ; : ," =---": .-.- : -;"
\',.I\ are hereby notified that a 'I -
Suit for divorce custody, and AND .
I -
control of minor children and 't 'c":1
I rrsoration of maiden name 1' j"
has been filed agaiuai you in the N-KJ '' -:1
use I cars above named Court and cause and BACHELOR i iIN MILK 3 29CI

o 0', you your are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of : C

complaint on the Plaintiff -'" _. -
Attorney Florida T. Frank Landrum, PARISALL ".....u.:."}... _'-_ -_... 7 .. ._ __"-'
Starke. ,

, used I and the file Clerk the original of the Circuit in the Courton officeof I I 12 Oz ('an .

0 ighU g 0o or 22 before day of the Uarch. 1954: K-P LUNCH MEAT 35c

otherwise the allegations of paid Plus "Boy Gun and Cirds" Cartcon

Complaint will be taKen as con and Chapter 5 Serial.JACK I .
fessed by you. ._ .. ,

priced right 0 I once weeks This each. In notice the week Bradford stall for four Tie County consecutive puDllsntft Telegraph SMITH !! .tiif.- & CORN BEEF Can 39c

I Dated this 17 day of February, Sun. f
1954. Mon. & Tues. I
SEAL) Charles A. Darb) Feb. 21 22 23 Smoked

O cars we know were treated right, serviced 0 By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the Deputy Circuit Clerk.Court I BACON lb. 53c I Ii1

right, make your wisest used car buys I NOTICE_TO APPEAR 2/19 4t 3/12 3 BIG DAYS II I POTATOES lOins 19C1i

la Circuit Conrt. Bradford County, LeanPORKCHOPSlbSSc
( Helen Florida Morykon IB Chancery.Hollook. Plaintiff :: ._ f:: : -.ii: '- -":.:._. _F : '__-" -

O Here's why we can offer you used cars with a _known ) vs. Nicholas Hofiock. D..fE'ndant.Case .
No. 10-362

record of careful use: The great majority of our new car "- Notice To Appear.To CHEER : 261/2c
: Nicholas Hollock. whose residence j
customers are repeat customers. We know they are and address is: Leigh Street II IILHOndO
Mountain Top, Pennsylvania. I

O I responsible people who take good care of their cars. And'j suit You for are hereby notified that' a i ROAST lb 43c The NEW Super Suds,2-4Sc

Divorce and restoration of | i
since most of them depend on our service work, we maiden name | ''
a 3 [) I
has been filed against you in the! MENSION.. WARNERCOLOR White
know! their cars get regular, factory-approved service. 'I" above named Court and cause and ......('"WARNER BROS.I1IOCIIC..t.

you are required to serve a copy of I (,.ERALDINEPAGE I : Premium :
O your answer or pleading to the complaint BACON Ib 39c
When these cars are traded in, they make the best pos- on the Plaintiffs Attorne -.CARD SONS.CHn' s f'JAMES MNtSS I

.J T. Frank Landrum Starke. Fla. ..........., -_- -- --- lbs
oj sible used cars, good for years more of economical, deC tnd file the original In the office" .--- ---....:, JOHN FARROW I Perk (BULK) flICE :] 3SC
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ou ----WARNER&Res

pendable driving. If that's what you're 'looking for, come or before the 12 day of March 1,
1954 otherwise the allegations of
) !said Complaint: will be taken as confessed I I1'11L. &
in We show that
and selection. I.
see our can you cars I by you. "Lumberjack Rabbit" in 3-D ,....''' '''' .-'. .. -- -' '-- ..'- I
This notice :i k;; be publishedonce and Late- World News. v jt -, ; _.... '
have been treated right, and we've priced them right! each week tor four consecutive'I'' IL P- :: _' y -10' .. ._ y; I
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-1 I Long GrainRICE :
if \ "graph | H. C. BROADWAYWed. I

O. I Dated this 17 day of Ft'bruarY'1. j

V 1954(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby'' ., Thur. Feb. 21, 25 I Ift Ce//o/ LgeP/tg .39c I Ii

I Clerk of the Circuit r-0un

I By Marian L. Crosby, D"tmty Clerk CUBU BCTSB paNe \ Ib lOc II

(' .S ,' & 0 i I __ :2?.l'H :r :: { 'rLJullILr'I I

.I I, Circuit Court. Bradford County \ (CELLO) BAG .
You'll find the car :.Florida: In (-h..r.,.
j( Felx)! ';r ff ', P.it'ff \ -. !* .- SUGAR! Sibs 39f
"II >*.... Ur.ff Iirlmd..nt llcliic lo-e CARROTS lOc I
W@dJF(! [ you want, at the i I ('a- No }(1-3 't'IIIaIfY i i
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0 price want 0 RY..Hf.cDDWJd k
you I ----- iUONEY.PJ\m.\ Delicious .
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pay, your II
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I Dealer's.
Plymouth \ : We are sell- I

O I Plus "Duck Rabbit, Duck" Cartoon !

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headquarters for value used 0 Crops & Livestock i!| Coming: Soon I each. week. !

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I 'EASY TO LOVE' ONIONS 2 lbs 15c I .
Gainesville Production WE WILL BE OPEN THURSDAY !

j fOOO Credit 620 N.Association Main St I with Esther Williams .=-. ::.-::::::;=;;;: ::- :.;' I -' .. AFTERNOON
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course he has to keep a good of !'I SEAL As Clerk) Charles of said A. Darb Court) Defendant is over the age of twentyone you for the relief demanded in the

LONG BRANCHby car or we wouldn't get our mail PINE LEVELby der ty in By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk years and that the age of each ,,complaint.

when the roads get in such bad At Florida SundayWith I I Chares Bldg., Jacksonville.R. Hess. %04 Florida.Guaranty Life unknown and unnamed Defendant (i I It is hereby ordered that this
at Starke I Attys. for PIt. is unknown; this is. therefore, to Notice be published once each week
Airs. J. L. Strickland I shape so we do not envy him of Mrs. U. Al. 1954. 2/12 4t 3/5 command each of you and yoz are for four consecutive weeks in the
his car or his job. John Wayne starring in McRae ( I In The Circuit hereby notified and required to Bradford County Telegraph a WEek-
and Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Court Of The Eighth serve a of ly published in Bradford
Our McNess dealer called on us the title role, "Hondo", new 3-D .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj..., I By Judicial ford Circuit In And For Brad pleading copy to the your Complaint answer on OK-ether Plain County newspaper, Florida.
Western drama in color will Zach H. County Florida. IB CBanrry. tiffs' WITNESS hand and the
playat I O. attorneys Williams & Futch. my seal
again Monday. They are really the Florida Theatre this Sun- It was a great day at Pine wife. Cason Plaintiffs, and Maggie Cason. his I Starke, Florida, and file the criginlal I lof our said Circuit Court at Starke,
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wilkinson, pleasant folks and we enjoy talk- Level Baptist church last Sunday. Attys. for Immigration vs. Florida Landand 'I I answer or other pleading in the Bradford County. Florida this the
Company !
day and Monday.It of Flori- Office of the : of A.D.. 1J54.
Clerk day February.
Mrs Irene and them. Mrs. told me Two members da, a corporation. et aI, of the Circuit ,2
Padgett grand- ing to Parry came by letter Defendants.
tells the story of a man who two I'I Court for Bradford County, Florida, > OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
daughter, Betty Jean Carter went that folks all over the county read were baptised at the evening serv- In !The State Of Florida NOTICE, Tot on or before the 8 day of Marb. A. ;: Clerk of said Circuit Court
kills outlaw and then must Florida
an The I D., 1954: if you fail to do so, Decree i, By Marian lCroeby, i. puty clerk
to North Carolina to attend the this wonderful column of mine.I ice. Fourteen members were Edward Florida Land and Immigra
travel to tell the man's widow. bap- tion Pro Confesso will be taken against 2 5 4t 2 2 t*
funeral of Charles Corbet's father. often wonder why. One lady tized Sunday night a week ma Company of Florida, a corpora- I
ago. tion. if
Filmed on location in the wilds II in existence and if nonex _
Charles is the son-in-law of Irene. she contacted a few days ago was Rev. and Mrs. \V. E. Hall and Notice istent, its unknown successors, -
After a few days these folks returned real anxious to know how I look. near Camargo it is said to con- sister Mrs. Mitchell left Monday To: :trustees or grantees, and all other
of the most awe-in- persons claiming by,
tain some dence through or un-
to Fla. she imagined I am tall slender afternoon for Cocoa for a visit :der it; W. H. Dowling, if living and MOVING
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Faircloth about 60 years and probably spiring Western scenery ever with his son Guy \Vm. Hall and You .I.If dead his unknown heirs at law. I
devisee legatees
suit for or grantees and
spent Sunday with the Buddy thought I am rather good lookingfor "Hondo" tells a grim yarn abouta family and will soon be leaving 'all other persons claiming by. _
Wilkinson family. a woman of that age. Sorryto for Akron, Ohio for the Fellow- nas been : through or under him; and HalIte -
man who must fight in a gun above ,Dowling. his wife, if living and if LOCAL S Safe PHONE
The Clay Hill PTA met Tuesday disillusion her, but she should ship meeting the 23 thru I I
battle not of his choosing. When 25 of you are dead her unknown heirs at law, devisees -
night of last week with ten members see this wonderful correspondent.I of this month. your legatees, or grantees, and OR Dependable
he kills the outlaw, he takes off complaint all other persons I I
The nurse all of four feet, eleven inches by. LONGDISTANCE 311
present. county am We had through under EconomicalR.
through the desert and mountain a glad surprise last I or her; J H. Dowl I .-
was present and gave an inter tall and not slender-I refuse to Sunday ing, if living, and if dead, his Unknown -
wilderness to reach the man'swife morning when our son, I
the of tell how much I weigh some and file heirs at law, devisees. legatees B. Alvarez OR 1
talk on importance you
esting Owen and .
wife and
\ who had been deserted in boys came he or grantees, and all other
the new health center at Mid- one will tell me to reduce. If any hostile Apache territory. by to spend the day with us. jr before persons claiming by. through or an- Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J
him and if
dleburg and ol giving the schoolchildren one doesn't care too much whator How he finds her, falls in love, Owen had a few days leave and otherwise g day ; -Dowling, his wife married if living, and Dtlcher Bros STORAGE CO.

these shots for the prevention who they call good looking- and then must tell her of his deedis leaves Friday for San Deigo, Calif. Complaint if dead her unknown' heirs at law, L _ _
of different diseases. We well I might be! Of course that 3d by you.This devisees legatees and grantees, and
the powerful story adapted froma They spent Saturday night with i|all other persons claiming by.
hope there will be better attendance was a good laugh for me, even best-selling novel. his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. once each 'through or under her; W. H. and J STORAGEPerryman
; at the next meeting. if the joke is on me. The Parry'sdidn't N. A. Conner at Lake Butler. weeks In I H. Dowling a partnership if in existence ; -
I graph. and if nonexistent its unknown -
Cuyle Wilkinson called on the I find Gertie Faircloth at the rest of the way it is so slick Mr. and Dated successors, trustees or grantees -
Mrs. H.
Stricklands Sunday afternoon. As home, she had gone to Starke, so you can hardly stand up in it. I Lewis were ( and all other persons claiming Bldg. ,S. Court St. Starke, Florida
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewisin 'I by. through or under it; Peninsular
we have often said before we are they missed her. came in and told Jim the skunk the Boatdrain section By Lumber Company. a corporatIOn.. :fin -

always .more than pleased when Well, Monday morning about was gone he was dressing to go also Mrs. Ophelia Moore Monday and Mr., i unknown existence successors, and if nonexistent, trustees, its or I ;,.-. '.",,- ::-::. .-:;:! -"- .:,: .:, :<" :./-. -}."
one of those preachers come to 2:30: we had another skunk chase. after it, I let him go alone. He and Mrs. Bishop Thomas at Brooker ( grantees, and all other persons -

see us, the only objections we Spot disturbed our peaceful slumbers went to the dogs, shot the skunk, Friday.Mr. I Empire claiming Lumber by, through Company or a under it; For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write
have they do not come often didn't the made meat of, Notice corporation
by growling, dogs sausage if in existence and if nonexistent -
enough and do not stay long as just growled. We knew at once the skunk and all came to the and Mrs. Grady Nettles and of I its unknown successors trustees -

we would like for them to stay. that there was a skunk under the house. Jim said he thought I family'of Jacksonville spent Sat- acts of Cone or deceased grantees-and other his heirs than George at law, FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND

We do like to talk with folks house he would would urday night with Mr. and Mrs. Clerk of successors -
has a certain growl for come on, fall downso 1954.'I devisees legatees grantees CHEMICAL
Russell --Thomas. for and all other CO.
who can talk on the Bible and them, I don't wonder at this he would get to laugh at me ida, upon and assigns--

about church work. As all know I either-I jumped out, of bed but I fooled him. I was in bed We are glad that W. C. Conneris tion of persons said claiming Empire Lumber by. through Company.or under a- 2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla.

we are unable to attend church grabbed my light and gun and when he came back to the house, home again after spending we name are of corporation and any parties and claimingany all unknown DEMPSEY R. SAPP Owner

services anywhere now, due to :went out to get the skunk but I just lost interest in this hunt several days at the Glendale Hos- Temple A estate persons, right,or title or interest in I I MOSS
mother's condition, so it really, the skunk had other ideas. By when I learned I had to go in pital, Palatka. Mr. and or lien upon the following described
Temple ,
\ Florida
in Bradford County
gives us great pleasure to see the time I got out he was gone such a place to hunt. Maybe it Mrs. Cheshire is in Palatka ers.Dated to lands wit: TREES SHADE TREES ETC.

these folks and talk with\ them. I out into the woods. I refused to will be different next time, or with her mother who has been ill A.D., 1954. Northwest Parcel One Quarter of the Contact Us Now For Estimates

Come again, Bro. Cuyle! Also follow him, would have to go in maybe the things will finally for several weeks. ty, The Southwest Quarter of Section 14, *

some of you other brothers. a very bad place, follow the fire- I learn to not come here if they We welcome Miss Genette I Township 6 South, Range 21 Termite Control

Our mail carrier, Sidney Harris, i break for eve so far, the firebreakis L want to live. I suppose either way I Thomas of Brooker, she is residing In Circuit I East. Parcel Two Household & Commercial

-came out in a new car Mondav. full of water part of the way, I will be alright. with Miss Shirley McRae, "Florida I I The Southwest Quarter of the
Ronald X.
of Section
Southwest Quarter Exterminating
and parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. 'rene t'. 14, Township 6 South, Range 21
McRae. Order Oi East. Rodent Control
To You and each of you. are hereby .
The strawberries in this section Irene F. I notified that there has been filed in I
are getting ready for market. ,and j Circuit Court in and For Rrad- I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK
I (West), !\ Florida a Bill in Chancery I
Mr. Cason sold between 60 You are ; I i O. C. Cason and Maegie Ca- I ,, :. ;..';"' ,J- ;'.. =:.--.2; :: i" :;.F'j. : ,
and 70 crates last week. j March 15, I his wife. are Plaintiffs, and.
TCP ed Court of you i is a Defendant. the
you Mr. and Mrs. Angus Stephens 'tiff seeks and -' -
gives of which Is O. C. Canon c/- : i r'
and sister, Mrs. Lacy Green all Bradford Cason. his wife, vs. Florida
ublish of --w
of Jacksonville were visitors here weekly i I and. a Immigration corporation Company et al. De ,

Saturday morning. Witness the relief therein prayed

: Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and seal ruary.' 'at 11, Plaintiffs a decree qaieting title to and the confirm-lands ,I SPECIIAL SALE
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family visited Mr. Fender's par- described and it fur

enls Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Battenat I 3y Marian appearing from said sworn Bill
uptol5% Theressa tCnarles R. Complaint that the names of the
Saturday. fp.ldg.. !! are unknown, except as !
Bodeiii' I
I II Attys. for set and forth.residence and that of said the Of'pnriants ad--

>OTICK INTKXTIOV: % TO la Circuit are unknown and that
IttXaSTKIl: FICTITIOIS !NAMK Kl'iridc: >re is no person or persons with-
Notice is hereby given that the :, Syhle A. the State of Florida, the sprviiv
undersigned under the provisions of Robert C. !, proct s.- upon wh"m"ulil! "hill pc
unexpected Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida, :' absent or unknown p. '..nri.t- I
Acts of 1941. will register with the Order. Of ; "ri th't 1 1:1: > h known .mrt 'i.un 'I 1 ,
\pl'f'ar; i
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
for Bradford County, State of Florida Robert I j To _
dence and I'
upon receipt of proof of publication :
I You
of this notice the fictitious March 15 are, Misery : _
: L i
name of El Rancho Restaurant u'iC ourt and b'OSco _
der which I am engaged in business seeks |
from on U. S. Highway 301 north of Bradford i i _
power Starke, Fla. publish j ii'S _
That the sole owner of said business weekly
.. is: J. M. Edwards, P. O. Box Witness iaiie :
6 23, Starke, Fla. seal at
Dated this 29th day of January ruary 11, I' MMUnS'SUUfASTUUD
A D.. 1954 at Starte, Bradford I
; County, Florida. --- ,,

1/29 4t 2/19 I That's Our BusinessIf I II

"your engine NOTICE TO APPEAR '
I'I'I. G&S I
Florida Circuit IB Court Chancery.Bradford Count?, !j S11 It's Glass We Have It! ;

Virginia Carr Plaintiff, vs. Milford v CALL WRITE or VISIT
Warren Carr Defendant. ,,
Case No. 10-309 I| I
Notice To AppeariTo Joe Peters Glass Co.I
: Milford Warren Carr whose '
residence and address is: R A
34403877 H.Q. Co. 27th Slg. Base FOR ANY GLASS NEED I

Blended into Shell Premium New Depot York A.P.O., New 189 York., c/o Postmaster, I! We Design Modern Store Fronts ,

S You are hereby notified that a Just Mail Us A Pattern for I
suit for dlvo'
has been filed against you in the I ;: ; Table Tops I
Gasoline above named Court and
TCP cause and
1313 N.W 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353 I
power"lockedin" you are required to serve a copy of II
your answer or pleading to the complaint I
01 the Plaintiff' AttorneyT.
Frank Landrum, Starke, I| --
by lead dep sits." Florida
and file the original in the offire I'
of the Clerk of the Cireuit ('c.irTn
o or before the 1 day of March.
It's the 1954; otherwise the allegations of
greatest gasoline said Complaint will be taken as confessed hift
by you. ow $ thiving-
This notice shall be published
development in 31 once each week for four consecutiveweeks
years.You'll graph. in the Pradford County Tele-

Dated this 27 day of January. 1954. ,

By(OFFICIAL Marian Clerk L.SEAL Crosby of)the Charles Depu'p Circuit A. Darby Clerk.Court I' EVEf ON 1] ", TON MODELS" .

feel your engine's I __ 1/29 4t 2/19 ---- -- -- -

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had I ISimile --
before -
a tune-up you've ( Kill No. 103) ': .
; Notice is hereby given that Joe ,\ ..: .- .. _
Forsyth holder of Tax Certificate i i 0
finished your second tankful. No. 72. issued the 31 day of May. .f'
.. A.D.. 1951, has filed same in my "
office and has made application for
a tax deed to be issued, thereon. I' id ."
YES Said certificate embraces 'IJO. .
the following .
your etgine may be 15% more First, it "fireproofs" the deposits in your described property in tht- .< _
County of Bradford. State of Florida -
powerful than you think! combustion chambers-to stop pre- to-wit: ....

ignition. Second, by making the deposits Lot 5 in Kessler's Add, Sec. 19
And the is this
reason : Township 7 South Range 2::!
non-conductive, TCP additive stops the East. I WkI
Lead deposits are constantly The assessment of the said property -
building short-circuiting of your spark plugs. under the said certificate issued
up i in your engine. They "lock'in power was in the name of Emma Mixon.
that Shell Premium with TCP acts Unless said certificate shall be redeemed < I 59'i'N-ci:
you be getting. I !
according to law, the
property -
quickly, too. In fact, before you've fin- described therein will be sold

f-fThese deposits get red hot and set off ished your second tankful, you'll feel to the highest bidder at the court n

:the fuel charge ahead of time before engine's had house door on the first Monday in f
your a tune-up. But, remember the month of March, 1954, which I'

the piston reaches its proper firing posi- as these lead deposits accumulatetion. the Dated 1 day this of 28 March.day of 1954.January. 1954 ;

Power works against you-not for constantly, continued use of Shell Premium (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby

you. This condition is called pre-ignition, with TCP additive is essential to ; Clerk fur County of Circuit Florida.Court of Brad-

which automotive engineers consider the retain its full benefits. It is the greatest I 1/29 4t 2 I" .... ,- ,. .. .,..,'. h',',. .,.' 'Ji;,' '_> -,''

:biggest cause of power loss. gasoline development since the discovery !I NOTICE TO .,,,pc.\n '.-<<," ,'"."k/7/... .". :-tf'", : -- ../ '.:4.)
,'J of I 111 Circuit Court, Bradford County ,'.'
You also lose power when these lead tetraethyllead. 1! FI..ra In Chancery. -- '
Alice Jean Medeiros, 'r/
Plaintiff ..
v- .
deposits make your spark plugs misfire. Shell Premium with TCP is available Frank Medeiros, Defendant. --. __:___, ..,. .. .. .. .'"...._.. _.. .... ... .,. .,-, ....- .. .c., ,,_

.- Building-up on spark plug insulators! only at your Shell Dealer's. .Volice To Appear. Case No. 10- (l1 '

they short-circuit the spark.'w* Tradrmark for this unique gasoline additive: To: Frank Medeiros. whose rs.-
developed b7 Shell R_", h. Patent applied for. dence aid address Is: Unknown.
.. Both of these power robbers-pre- emit You for are hereby notified that a NEW CHEVR@LET? TRUCKS rOR'S4Completely

Divorce custody and control
ignition and short-circuited spark plugs minor child of

-are at.their worst when you need has been filed against you in the J
most-such : above named Court and cause and > new-the most powerful, finest performing, best-looking Advance-Design trucks
power as climbing a hill or.
you are required to serve a copy of.
accelerating. ; your answer the or pleading the complaint ever built! And you can have new automatic transmission on Viand 1-fon models!
on Plaintiffs Attorney'
A. J. Thomas, Jr.. MtttltU&WQtftyTuck
Starke. Fla.
/ Now,however,you can change all this. and file the original In the office of j I| New 1954 Chevrolet trucks offer you the last one-piece curvedmdshleld.. New Ride Control

TCP. a Shell'discovered additive, ti. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on1 word in no-shift truck driving ease. With new Seat offers extra comfort for drivers. !
or before the 1 day of March *
blended into Shell Premium Gasoline 1954; otherwise the allegations of ,i truck Hydra-Matic Transmission. you canmake NEW, BIGGER LOAD SPACE. New pickuf, stake -
said Complaint door-to-door deliveries drive in
will be taken heavy
as con
ar@ne.releases *the "captive power" in you? ,I fused This by notice you. fhal! be published I traffic or on the open highway without shifting and platform bodies are roomier On Any' MADVANCEDESIGN .I

once each week for four consecutive I I gears or operating a clutch. NEW CHASSIS RUGGEDNESS. Extra stre0!th and
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraoh. stamina in all r'i
Come;in end see oil these brand-new advantages. models!
1954.Dated this 23 day of Jaauary: NEW ENGINE POWEjL Bigger, brawnier Thrift- \ NEW ADVANCE-DESIGN STYLING. Hatdseme L _

I i OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby master 235" engine. Rugged durable "Load- new styling reflects new power and niggJdness.'Optional '
Clerk of the Circuit Court master 235" engine. Mighty all-new "Jobmaster
: SWELL PRIM 111M WffIUCPThe Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 261 engine.* at extra cost. Ride Control Seat 1., Bailable
1/2J 4t %/19 on oil cab models, "Jobmaster 261" engine i-n 2-ton TRUCKS

!. Circuit Court-, NEW COMFORTMASTER CAB. Engineered for mode Rear corner iindowi on standard cab op
/ !recrferi Gasoline Development in 31 years Pauline Florida; S.IB Chaaeerr.Sanford. Plaintiff.Couaty vs., I greater comfort, convenience and safety. New tionol at extra cost. _ _

Order Milum Of O. Pnbllcatloa Sanford Defendant.Case aid No.Notice 10-329 Tw I TORODE CHEVROLET.

JOHN A. TOR dence Mlium Appear aid O.State Sanford.address.f Florida is whose: Route resi 3.j .

Orasgeburg, South Carolina. ;
STARKE, FLORIDA PHONE 84 You are required to appear on I 111 Starke Fla. Call and Court Streets
I March 8, 1954. in the above named I ,
(Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -


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........ YTYTTT..YY.Yii 1 a birthday supper. I I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
NI tl4ll I Presbyterian Church Methodist ChurchChurch I I 1 St. Mark's Episcopal C11CRCII
Sunday spend-the-day guests of
I Rev. Raymond E. !J4 tBlain 'j Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m.
Friday, Feb. 19 3:30 p. m., School begins at 9:45: LAWTEY\ the L. L. Wainwrights were Mr.
I i Morning Service 11 a.m.
I Schedule of Services
D and the
Junior Choir Practice. 7 Sunday morning I
p. m. every and Mrs. B. W. Tucker and four Evening Service 7:30
j I The Men of the Church will have Sunday morning church serviceat I: by L. II. FuteJi1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA children of Fernandina Beach and SUNDAYS : Prayer Meetings Wednesday
|supper at the Gold House followed 11 a. m. The Senior and Intermediate I 9:45: a.m., Church School 11 7:45
night Saturday night
Fellowships Mrs. T. C. Edwards of Lawtey.Mrs. p.m.
{by their meeting in the Sunday Methodist Youth
a.m.t Morning Prayer & Sermon;
I .
|School building at 8 p. m. meet at 6:30 every Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley, Mrs. Albert Yarbrough and day 7:30
At The TabernacleA 'Christian ChurchBible i Sunday, Feb. 21 9:45 a. m., evening. The Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell at- Leslie Prevatt and daughter Gail, children of Gainesville spent. 6:30 League.p.m., Young People's Service a.m.FRIDAY

I I Sunday School. 11 a. m., "A Fruit will preach Sunday night and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Griffis Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs. E. J.I
pleasant surprise to the Taber- School 9:45 a. m. Wor- I 10f Faith in Christ: Justification"". 7:30 on the subject, "The Achieve- were visiting in Melrose last Sun- Yarbrough. !I HOLY COMMUNION 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation
Service 11 and 7:30 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal.
a. m. ment of Fidelity.
ship p. 2 teams will meet at the
nacle Congregation Sunday eve- p. m. day.Mr. Monday Mrs. W. E. Feagle and I
m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- church to take part in community and Mrs. Drew of Waldo Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yarbrough "'"'ill!" .,........--
ning was .the presence of Victor day 7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, religious survey. 6 p. m., Youth Church of God I attended services at the Methodist motored to Lake City and to

Stroud, of Jacksonville, a con- Minister.ice Fellowship supper meeting, Jerry I Church in Lawtey Sunday White Springs where they enjoyeda How Many Jobs Are There
verted Radio and Concert Artist, School 10 a.m. Morning .
Gibson Leslie and Robert Hum- Sunday morning.Mrs. picnic lunch and viewed the

who brought a wonderful messagein and Sunday morning there phries, hosts. 7:30 p. m., "Meet Worship 11 a-m. Evening Bohny of New York State Stephen Foster Memorial. They Around Your Home That
sacred song and a splendid Gos- will be a Messenger from the 'the Apostle: Simon Peter". Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service arrived Friday for an extended returned home. very tired but
pel Message on "SALVATION". Tuesday, Feb. 23 7:30 m., Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet visit "
p. with her daughter, Mrs. G. marvelling at the beauty of what
Mr. Stroud has a lyric Tenor voice Christian Business Mens' Com- I Adult Choir practice. 8 p. m, The mg 7:30 p.m. Thursday. A. Purga and family.Mr. they had seen.Tuesday You Can Do Yourself?
and a deeply spiritual message. A mittee, in session at Park-of-the- Women of the Church, Mrs. Guy Lawtey
I and :Mrs. Jimmy Buried guests of the M. W.
return visit is being anticipated I Paims. These services will be a Andrews president. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn I
and Mrs. Burnsed's mother, Mrs. Shealys were Mrs. ShealY's mother -
The local Gideon Band will have i special treat and friends are invited Wednesday. Feb 24, 7:30: p. m., ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo
I Frank Rowe all of Macclennywere Mrs. Cleo M. Trice, Mrs. Rita
charge of the Friday evening serv- to attend. Praver Meeting and Bible Study. ing Saturday, 7:30: p.m. .
, of and Mrs.
I guests Mrs. Rowe's sister Taylor Blondell Clark

'. _...' :,! ,': :; =-<' lell's.cJJ.l-_,-""' .... 1 Mrs. T. L. Wainwright on I and Nancy Lee all of Gainesville.Mrs. .
Sunday. They also visited the H. Trice remained for a visit o
f :C Wainwnghts in the afternoon. of several days.

Sunday Night At 7:30: p m. Be Sure Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and Thurman Grant of Columbus. I
1 and hear this sermon on what the I,children. Maxine and Tommy, accompanied -'I Ga. spent the past several weeks' ':
by Sandra Rideout all
visiting Ronald Brunner, son of ;
Bible! has to say about: ,of Keystone Heights were calling Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Brunner. This;

." .." ,..., ,." ," I" ', in Lawtey Sunday afternoon. I weekend Thurman and Ronald
1J Mr. and Mrs. George W. Roberts.Sr. .went to Chattahoochee where they
REV. LEWIS D. HALVES, Pastor "JHi were in Savannah, Ga. Sunday I are to be employed. Both boys
i bl7.0 7. I to see the new grandson and to have recently finished a tour of

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town ]i visit the family. Army duty and Ronald will con- i ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Stuart I II i I[,tinue his schooling while working -- '
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 ,
I and daughter. Bonnie, cf Sche- I -
,. I ,iTtady, N. Y. were visiting the | :: I '
I !; .
II I III 6 '6 I Il _
Ii l First Baptist Church Hampton I Purga family Sunday. and whiie I j = Jkli'I':1! M' : -oAF:: .
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. i I here attended services at the ] i'I':1 LlL- _;.- ,
Bob Gray, Pastor I{Methodist Church in the evening. ::: '
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. j "HH' t.F
i i Who gets the prize Valentine? j ji I
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Bible School 10 a.m Don Hill Superintendent ;;i Our guess is the Donald Bennetts. I ..JI -......
I B T U: 6:30 p.m. Louie Prevatt Director ,It arrived on Saturday. February '

:. ..., =_. :.:. X]! :....:::; "Hour of Power" Wednesday 8 p.m ,,13 a bouncing baby boy Con- I' The home hand)1 man saves plenty of labor costs. We've
"The Church Where There Is Always A Good Service!" sriatulations! I shown hundred of our customers how to make their
II I own home improvements quickly. easily and inexpensively -
> .' "" '-- -'--." .b.:. '--' -I: < '-'-- -# TYTYYYYYTTYTYYYYYTYTYYTYSTATE II We'll do the for with estimates
,J'J'; !'!t::;: .;:: f';." """,, ,..!:- p. 7 jI 1 I same you -
i and complete "Do-It-Yourselr' construction
The LISTENChurches ,

of Christ TO THE I i i. I II No Charge For This Service

; Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Griffis had
HERALDOFTRUTH j, I I Our "How-To-Do-It" advice is on the house. You pay
I as Sunday dinner guests, Albertand

Salute You I Wilbur Altman from Taylor CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON for the that materials household only -words top quality for reliability.name brand products in!
'I' of details are managed and economically and Mr. and Mrs.: Willie Bryanof are Stop
WJHP 8 A.M. attended that only a trained and Sanderson. about this question Talk over your plans with our building experts. Browse

ROMANS 16:16 j careful organization can attend when Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. through our plan books for original ideas and moneysaving
WGGG -1 P.M. ; the urgent need for serving is at Billy Overstreet were Mr. and shortcuts. No obligation.
Mrs. C. C. Yarbrough of Jackson- Last year my "Valentine"fell
I hand. down our front stairs. Pay For Materials On Monthly Terms

In Starke West of Bus Station ville.Mr.. and Mrs. L. L. Griffis en-
DeWITT c. JONES tertained Thursday night with a He was badly hurt, but hatedto
Materials For An Enclosed Porch
EVERETT WILLIAMSON, MINISTER Starke Fla. birthday honoring Sidney
Phone 7 ... supper sue us. Our friendship
___ .I Griffis on his 70th birthday. En-
WORSHIP SERVICES 10:00 A.M. joying the occasion with the waned. We now have Liability Framing Studs .- Sheating Sheetrock Knotty Pine
i Funeral Director Ambulance Service Paneling Oak Flooring Jalousie Windows Panel
I honored guest were Mr. and Mrs.I Insurance
Sermon "Examination of
Baptism"EVENING costing only $25
Door Hardware Tenneseal Insulation.A .
,I JUT local funeral home enables u to offer conveniences Wt Billy Overstreet and children, El-. -
WORSHIP 7:30 P.M. t services not otherwise available.We lery Griffis of Raiford, and Mrs. for three years. Would it pay
Modern Kitchen
Griffis's mother. Mrs. J. E. Mc- all
Sermon "To Whom Shall We Go?" .. .,. .,. Cormick of medical and hospital expenses -
Macclenny. of Cabinets Ceiling Tile Rubber Tile Flooring -
an injured
furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and Birthday Party person.
Plastic Tile Flooring Armstrong Tileboard.
Bible Study Wed. Night 7:30 P.M. I vsct.pt ANT life insurance policy In force tined by ANY Monday afternoon, February 15 even without lawsuit?

company, as payment in part or In full on a funeral. Sherry Wainwright celebrated her
Only $3.44 per $100.00
per mo.
Consultation carries no obligationFord'e fourth birthday with a party. En-
joying the occasion with the hon- i
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oree were Wayne and Neil Griffis.
Sara Shealey. Bonnie Hiatt, Mike Charley E. Johns&SOllAellCy
New Ball-Joint Suspension gives you theNewest Seigler, Jimmy Godwin, and I STARKE BUILDERS SU.PPLYPhone

Bryan Erwin. The children played

I Ride on the Road outdoor ice cream games time, until at which cake time and 45 | Washington St at SAL Depot

they gathered around a decorated
,. table centered with an embossed II Phone 13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Starke, Fla.

Valentine cake. Candy favors and --'I-' _
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individual valentines marked the
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place of each guest. Monday evening Ji
Mrs. Jack Brassell and
daughter. Peggy Lee of Lawtey '
joined Sherry and her family for i New 54 Magic Chef

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t -.-- 'I-. '- THE"OLD" ROADS won't seem the same with Ford's new i TheVasheteria\ I I THE CHOICE FOR

Ball-Joint Suspension "paving" the for You'll ;
way you. Temple Ave. Starke I CarefreeFailProof
t k"dM r enjoy a softer,more level ride because Ford's new system
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kingpins have been replaced by simple, sealed :g 1l4" -TriPp: i .

ball joints that won't stick or bind. No other car in Ford's -. --- --.- .'} --- .--- ,--. '

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Joint Suspension. By Joe

I : < 1 Agile new performance, too, is yours in a '54 Ford Features

S ... whether choose Ford's block V-8 !
ems. "" '8.' ', <,, you new Sw#!
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t That Make Magic Chef
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front suspension. Each of the four joints is effectively 100 LB. TANK OF GAS

I \ sealed by a unique rubber-and-metal shield. This means Eliminates 12 wear points. Ford's Ball-Joint Front IODERSDESIGN

'that contact surfaces of each ball and socket remain Suspension eliminates 12 of 16 points of wear found in I
clean-wear is kept: to a minimum. conventional systems. Rubber-bushed supports at inner FREE MAGIC FLAME

ends of suspension control arms reduce the number of UNIT BURNERS
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Magic: Oven Eye
i ii
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54 Ford
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FFA NEWSThe Stanley C. CarnellNews Foreign Educators I I II I Red Cross Gifts

FFA Chapter this week has: has been received here Here To StudyHealthSchool I SOIL CONSERVATION Starting Early

been busy with the speeches that of the death on Sunday, Feb. 14, of Plan

are given annually. The boys are Stanley C. Carnell, 65, of Ormond.Mr. I Sewing ; N-E-W-S Although the Red Cross fund
required to make a five-minute Carnell was a former city ; Two visitors from far-away drive does not officially begin un-

talk to the class. official of his home town and a lands are spending this week in By Bill Haas ; til March 1, several early contributors

The chapter ;was honored to plumbing cont'actor. : for 40 years Bradford County, studying the relationship Machine U S. SOIL CONSERVATION have ,been announced by

have Rep. Doyle Conner as speaker there. of public health to the the Advance Gifts division These

at the last ag meeting. He described He was the husband of the I I school program, as well as community SERVICE l' are: T. H. Slade $50; Sam Rosen-

the methods of passing a late D'oris Scott, daughter of the organization and coopera I L t .. berg $10; Ben Suslow $10; H P
bilL through the state legislature. late Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Scottof I tive work. They hope to take Clinic i ':'_1 Morgan and J. T. Quigley $5

Mr. Ferguson is back with us some ideas with them when ; Pat Miller each S. L. Peek and L D Haines
Starke, and brother-in-law of good a Bradford Soil Con- after turning. J. R. said, "It looks ;

again and we are glad to say that Wilbur Scott of Gainesville.Mr. I they return to their respective I i servanon District Cooperator, like Titus used a lot of fertilizer $2 each.

bis illness was not serious. He Carnell leaves two sons, I countries several months from I whose farm IS located on the Grif- on the part he waited a few ,

missed one day of school last week. Corbin Carnell of Bethany, West now.The Held p jfis I Loop. used the District's rotoweeks before planting. He went Reno Jooks RaidedAgents
The boys are at last through
ag Virginia, and Gene Carnell of Or- visitors are Dominador R. |:cycle mower to cut down weeds in I Ion to say Titus got a better stand,

school installing bought.the Mr.lockers Gibson that rewarded the- mond, besides his wife, Mrs. Ruby Coralde, an adult education super- I __t -. 'the!, meld! behind. the house. Harne 'too. of the State Beverage

Carnell of Ormond. visor from the city of Naga in the \\a. doing the tractor driving) Department, with co-opet soon by

them by giving each one a lock- Philippines, and Re-lin Su prim ana ,ne states that the mower Johnny Cowart, who farms in the sheriffs department. raided

er.The chapter elected Joann Smithas Attends Convention cipal of the Chu Tung County \"Irk.s just fine on the dog fen- :,,the Heilbronn Springs section used i I five 'jook joints" in Reno one

Chapter Sweetheart for the High School in Shin-Chu, Formosa. neliBv cutting the weeds into I the D t.rict's. fertilizer distributor'to J night last week. Finding quantifies -

Count "Judge "Theron A. Yawn mii |p'l'es: they will decompose fertilize his pastures. : of moonshine and bonded
year and she won the Valentine
Sweetheart Contest at school last attended sessions of the County Both educators are being spon- taster Also by cutting down the ,I J. I r whiskey, they arrested eight
at B. Prevatt's
Stopped place
Judges Convention held. in Jacksonville sored in this country by the A sewing machine films- was held in the Hampton oitv hall Thur \\ reds .nd stubble instead of burn I i negroes, who were released under
Saturday night The State Sweetheart I
the other day. We w out into
is chosen for two things: her ; last Friday. The judges Foreign Operations Administration day afternoon of last week Instructors: were Miss Doroth Ross. ing. then there won't be as much a field which he is going\ to put :bond of $50 each.

looks and her talent. Joann has met and discussed certain prob- of the U. S. Government. Their home demonstration; agent and representatives of the Singer Sewing trash getting hung up in the plows I in pasture. He pointed to a sandy I I

both, so the chapter feels she hasa blems in common, and Judge Yawn program here is under the direc- Machine Co. of Lake City. i and still you will be turning under I
area in grass. rm ti ed of letting i I
good chance of winning the title ga'thered some good ideas for I tion of the Graduate Department Fourteen Demonstration Club members brought 11 machines to be I I a lot of good organic matter. I that sand blow in my eyes". Byputting 1 using the District's weed chopper

this more efficient procedure which hej I I of the University of Florida and serviced, ranging from the type that grandma used to modern day i about I that cropland in a grassland i!to chop down the rough on some
year.Julian Talking organic matter
Wasdin,, will to this week is being spent in Brad- land
Reporter put practice.ALVAREZ' portables I will new they are taking in for
i rotation Mr. Prevatt )
that should into
ford County under the guidance of : we put our soils,
Among those attending the clinic, pictured above, are Mrs. Tully i J. R. Wainwright was discussing build up his soil and in five or six I pasture. They can do a better job
i the local Health
Men's Clothing :i During their Department.week here, Mr. Norman, Mrs. M sale Johns, Mrs. A. H. Harley, Sr., Mrs. Felix Sapp, turning land with Philip Mar- years hell be abler to produce of turning the ground after running -

STORE Established i 1894WINEER l1 Coralde is staying in the home Mrs. E. J. Whelm, Mrs. Cecil Ellis, Mrs. E. L. Cox, Mrs. Paul Dinkins, i tineau, and J. B. White. at the good crops on it again.Farm the chopper over it to cutdown

Mrs. Dan Harley, Mrs. W. W. Hammond Mrs. Charles Shuford, Mrs. Bureau meeting the other the bushes and weeds
of Mr. and Mrs. Felix i
Sapp! at Came on E. J. Brennan and
Eldon Sapp, and Miss Ross. Attending but not in picture were Mrs. night J. R. told up
group you
,_.- A:, _J.JR! ," =- j Hfilbronn, and Mr. Su is stopping O. F. Garrell fertilizlig their pas-
T. F. Brown and Mrs. T. J. Alderman. can see a distinct line between
with the Eldon in the j
I Sapps same tufes the other day. |Mr Brennan I i

community.Their where Titus Olson plowed under pastures
\ ELECTRIC remarked that the have
SERVICE tour has included visitsto Glisson Promoted Funeral Sunday i ii hairy indigo stubble and let the been standing still s., he is using '

local business firms and in- To Area SupervisorWith i For Otis Barry, 'heat get out of it before planting a omplete fertilizer to give the
dustries, white and colored schools
lITHf i 1 and in the part he planted right gias" some help Theare alsoSAT.
Game Brooker FarmerI.
&! in various parts of the county, the Agency :

State Prison (which impressedthem a a.
I. -' 'I. Otis W. Barry 65 died Thursday I ) mil
very favorably), the PTA
: night, Feb. 11, at the home
meeting Tuesday night, a \VMU !!
RADIO luncheon inspection of Starke's ,! ( of his sister in Lacoochee after MON. ONLY

:' suffering a heart attack. He wasa ,
sewage disposal plant, and many
aY rL AND other places of interest. native of LaCrosse moving to

The two Brooker when a small boy. and
j foreign educators were
TELEVISIONSales guest speakers at the Rotary living there the rest of his life LADIES

He was engaged in farming
Club Wednesday and expressed :, j
.- 4 their appreciation for the hospi- until ill health forced his retire-

r a | table manner in which they have ', ment several years ago. He was a 1
been received in this member of the Beaver Street Bap-
and Service commumtyBradford's ,< a
J &s:: fist Church of Jacksonville
i I Surviving are his wife Mrs
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida Exhibit ,' i Mattie Tillis Barry of Brooker, WmiiKOW

_c =._"_ .. At State Fair ro one son, Lloyd Barry, Brooker;:

three daughters Mrs. Elsie Crews.

Called EducationalThe Jacksonville Mrs. Carnets Dees :i ij

Sell It Rent ft Trade It, Bradford County exhibit at j I j Haines City;; and Mrs. Jo Ella !

the Tampa State Fair recently was I j Hardy Starke; two sisters Mrs. 3 Limit

acclaimed by E. H. Bleaking, Col- I H. D. LYnn, Lacoochee, and Sirs ''

WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED lege of Engineering, University of ''A. J. Han-en, Santa Fe; one1' c Asst. Colors 12c.

Florida, as "the most educationalof brother, B. C. Barry Gainesville; !'

all the county exhibits". He : 13 grandchildren, and one great '

Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place requested that it be shown at the Craig L. Glisson, 46, of Keystone I grandchild. I'I'I ,

Industrial Parade of Progress, Heights has recently been |' Funeral services were held at'' K

U WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION 50eADDITIONAL Gainesville, April 8910. I promoted to the rank of Area,,3 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the*

EACII ADDITIONAL WORD Mrs. Marian Howe 1 Brooker Church with Rev,
2c secretary of Supervisor, it was announced this Baptist ;I PLASTIC

OI88l'\IT OF* IS PER CENT OV TWO OR MORH 9RRTION9 the Starke Chamber of Commerce, week by Miller V. Joiner, Chairman I G. E. Hodges of the Beaver Street 1

who was in attendance at the ex- the Baptist Church, and Rev. G. S. ,
of Game and Fresh \
SSe FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID iv ADVANTKMEMORUNS. hibit relates that VatelFish I i(
a total of 5,600 1 Commission and Commissioner Beard of the 9 ooker Baptist House

CARi> OF THANKS RESOLUTIONS 20c PER LINE !folders advertising Bradford Coun- of the 2nd District of the Com Church officiating. Burial was in'' Shoes
ty were distributed visitors dur- the Dedan
(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) I mission. Glisson will supervise Cemetery near Brooker
ing the first few days, and that Commission ,, with Wilson Funeral Home of
activities in
a partof
I many more were given out after- 'Lake City in charge. C'1st Qual
Clay and in all Bradford
-, LET j. D. enow. JR. w ard. Mrs. Howe lined up over I 2 5 c
HAMJLR YOlTt ... I and Union Counties. TO ENTER
dozen business
A. J. THOMAS CATTLE- SALES ADD-HOGS :ja are coming good to Starke prospectswho for fur- The new Area Supervisor is a18! BHS Students 9 All Sizes

Lice Oak Kara N..d..d8,. I veteran State employee. He has SuperiorIce
REAL ESTATE BROKER GaUexillle .:..... 1 Friday ther investigation, she said as well | Have Average
t.4 Tempi A"f' Telf'plie8e been with the Game and FishCommission
as numerous individuals who expressed Cream
Starke, Florida FOR SALE a" x 8" x IS" Con- an interest in living in this since 1947, and priorto In First Semester
crete Block I8c each. Plenty or'm I'area. then he spent six years with 'I PONY CONTESTn
H.tSFOR Mortar
Mix: and Cement. Bradford -
Engineering: Company. Phone Many favorable comments were ]'the State Livestock Sanitary Eighteen high school students ANKLETS
!9 f I.E1.t : $4. tf !of BHS have attained the dis- i4 Girls, Superior; SM waits ,M I I.
heard by Mrs. Howe on the ex- | 'Board and six years with the le ealN Hut pott-..",;... cotttst nrtt
drllgktful two ked room cellent performances at the Fairj'j 'Prison Board. While with the tat j tinction of receiving no grade below awn, Mal (S&f you w far.Uhrd hone .IU.trd la a TWEiTYSE"EiCRE FARM I w+. .... !
restful and ,. wlnkkorhood. For sale 6 room house with electricity by the Bradford High School 1 ter board he had charge of the a "B" for the first semester'swork pony
and water, also 3 room Band. training and use of the bloodhounds in the 1953-54 term. The All you km la d. is I* nut in fa l'
1" wiMMf aaaK. So ,
house. See J. L. Bagwell. Rt, 2 go f tile sr rt utt.
3-u7 O acre farm r..efc and a near Farmers :Market. %tp !/Z9Jl'ST and has tracked down I minimum standard of "B" in I tat Svfxner lc. Cnui! ut Kt t ,....
.. with mil of I" test entry W**. ftutf tllft fillet
r r little home ? eludes not only academic achievement I ant
Funeral in all of theState.
.04rna rttBtUU. Just Monday many escapees parts scud I. tkt ,i... Notkinf I* be". No
iUatr from S..r..... OB a A r'KW LEFT but citizenship (deportment I 3 Limit IOC b.. lopt w wrapper..... C..test
beautiful lal.r;"".'". We Don't Want 'emYou For Mrs. BaxleyMrs. I as well. For the average student:,' ands March. )!, |1954, I
Can llaie 'em While Glisson is a native ot I'

3--7 l.t. e.'S.n.t South .f..Power -. AT CIiTtJCMHO Chlorie Crawford Baxley (Clay County, he has participated? 43 grades were awarded duringthe
aad Light: Co. Statl Ieaa first semester. Any one grade I
than -a block from proposed UK.SK CALKMIIK: d: of 736 East :56: Street. Jacksonville, i in various law enforcement activities -
aU. .f County Ho.pH.l. Take Daily li..IDd..,.. :..1:5.1.: .. of the 43 below a "B" will automatically
died at her home Friday night, I in the central of the
part .
each.Term. low __ _
>ear pick tot tSOOMO ------- -- -- ---- 1.73: eliminate the student ___
.. after a long illness. She was a State, and this familiarity with; I
SMALL !sin DK>K from the Honor Roll
4-5 I.'. at foot ol I jura Street 1.7S lalueOW CMLRMltR.:._.-_ J, .OO native of Charlton County Ga., I the territory and its problems es I 12tfa Grade I We Exchange
tWO.oe Buy and build. Jud and moved to Jacksonville 25 years ]pecially fit him to assume the add f We Refund
the loeatlua fur amen natal iIKK hi'i' DESK ('.\t,. REFILLS Jimmy Cole Russell Crosby,
.-..... 1.4 value NOw" __ __ S5c ago from Starke. Mrs. Baxleywas I ed responsibility of his new posh Julia I a ,
uu Janice Dansby, Mary Futch
the daughter of the late 1 tion. I We Satisfy !
5--2 choir loralloa fur ware.kou nitADFOKD COt :\T1' TELEGHAPIISILVER Annette Green Kathryn Kelly !
.. Thomas A. Crawford and Sidney t
r Wayne Matchett, and Jimmy t
Raulerson Crawford of Starke. _
Will Honor
i Dinner
Lbt roar property at reaiuiuabltprte 1919 DOUR HOfSE Trailer'complete j Suggs. I I
and with liberal terms mod She was a member of the North Hi 'IV-
I kllete 1 tan tell It. seen in every detail. May be Main Street New Members Off I j llth Grade { 1
.. anytime at Pnehurst Trail.r I Baptist Church and ,I Call St.Starke
I None.
t i'ourt Route l
I I Bos 100. |the Dorcas Sunday School Class o 1 I
I ._ 3tp 2191FOU .I(the church. I|I Methodist Church j jI i 10th Grade I \

SAI.K Ina Stern and Polly Ann Wait.
RADIOS REPAIREDAll -Healthy good quality Surviving are her husband, f
Florida Giant a-id (rahfornia I The First Methodist Church will 9th Grade FIa.

Makea All Model.Hjrblr wonder Pepper Plants. Ready for .Clinton Kendrick Baxley; a daugh : give dinner Wednesday evening ..c .c I Ir
a '
f1 3ti
___ charge. C. SHEPHtHU- cvaraateedCHA8. K transplanting, Conner. Conner March 1-15.IJros. I ter. Miss Wileeta Baxley. Jacksonville :1 Feb. 2-1. at 6:30 o'clock in honorof Tom Long.8th Grade -: ._ : .,:: __:__ .: t.-= _' ;;. :: : :Jt -:':': :,;

'7M W. fall St. tare Ph. 233 Agency. Phone !t5. 6t<'hl 1)0\1"1 ; a sister, Mrs. Ollie Lewis new members and their families -
Virginia Jean Darby. '
Ptarke; and seven brothers. E.T.awton I' l who have united with the \
FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. In- FOR RENT-Four room 7th Grad f
nicely furnished $30 I Crawford, Lonnie Crawford Methodist Church during the I JAYCEE _.
quire at Bus Station tf per month, present Barbara Bates, Sandra Elaine __u.m._
lights and water
Kingsley Lak
Thomas Clayton Crawford, conference it
Road. Box 454. year was announced *
itn Carmichael Gwendolyn Dugger.
FOR RENT-Clea'1 close
in apartments
and Zary Crawford, all of Starke this week E. I FIRST
and rooms, alll'On\'fnienct'S. FOR SALE- by Judge Angela Elder Charlene Hardy. ANNUAL
53: Ford PeLiiTe
Also three James E. Crawford, of Barnwell
rooms and bath cottage Pickup :Make offpr John Ora- K. Ferryman chairman of the and Helen Dale Kelley.
Madison Reabonabla rent. !Ol W. ham. Rt. !. Pox: 54-U 3 mile V S. C. and William S. Crawford Membership and Evangelism Com }
St. 4tchg !/!6 Starke. Highway
301 :tp !IJI! I
and Odom M. Crawford, of Jack mission. -

This Special COMB Sale AND on blooming SIZE Aza }'I'H"I "HFD AP'RTMEXT: for rpnt sonville. Funeral services were Church officials and their families i! Rats Are Finding
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leas of all sites at amazingly low -Hp pace 10 to I: in.. 100 for (10, Lars* kitchen and front porrh. Sf* F. County
blooming Aialeas. 50e. Tic.: Jl.Oi 1* I.ong. 403: N. Walnut St. Phone I, North Main Street Baptist Church.hA dinner. Mrs. L. D. Vining and
ItpWATEI : Most Unhealthy
each.UEIXEhEItE Rev. H. Clyde Harless. pastor Mrs. Titus Olson have been appointed ,
O. Moi: IH. Earlton. PU. >-Weani',sr pig State officiated, assisted by Dr. Albert as co-chairmen in chat ge
Pauline KarleFOR ('.,lIin:! type and price. Max D. Fisher Rt Carnett. Bradford County is getting to d \
of arrangements. Special musical
J, Rrooker. Fla !tp19 ,
| be a less and less healthy place
SALE-Three bedroom dwelling Active Pallbearers were: Lonnie numbers will be furnished by members -
with all modern .convenience to live for rats that is. Accord-
:\tAX-Wants light work around Crawford. Jr., Thomas Aron Craw- of the Methodist Youth ChoirCliff t
in Rronker. I.artt"EI..t, fruit trees
:Motel station, i ing to County Agent George Hug-
and shrubbery I argam price fo. .r gas night work. cord Donnie Hugh Crawford I
ale Mrs. tdlIalgh, 748; Grand St. Stark. I sins the all-out
quick N'ora Sap ,
campaign conducted -
Thomas Edward Lewis, Elm I
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Brooker Kla. lip %/1 9I I Itp gr' Crawford i
I Lewis, and Robert Earl last November was rough

GOOF PEAXl'T liAr dt $!5 pP FOR hou X-Follr f Electricity r..om and unfurnishedr runningatei. npnr >ws of Mrs. Baxley. Died Near Lawtey on the pests which eat an estimated ,
toAlso pure smear rant syrup \\' '. $?:; 50 per month L. R! | $21 worth of feed perof \
M I! pr gal 11. M. rsuscey, Ft. I Jordan. Rt. 1. Rox :304. Starke: Itn) Interment was in Evergreen I
White. Fla. Itcbx 15TROrU'AL ; Cemetery, under the direction fl Cliff Crawford. 52. a native rat per year but spoil even more

''I FtHt .\1.E-JTn \'r"al Apar'nient Seashole Funeral Parlors. Baker County. died at his home than that.He I
FISH FOR SALE -. size s-tove. t"n \.rsal Hot Water I
..-, Sword Tails Angel.Plue GouramiH '' heater and G. E. Refrigerator I near Lawtey last Saturday. ; I' As an example one farmer iis* Col. Harry Crum's all star rodeo performers \

and. mark Tetras reasoaablpriced. y Phone 157 Itp '!had lived in Bradford County forj tributed the poison (Warfarin t
M. A. Payne. West Madi- Citrus Recine '
yn smrk Heights. lip 3'5, i i FOR IJFVT-- 'l.an. cumfortahle I j I47 years and was a member of around his place. Later, whenmoving ,
'I| rooms, TV. privilege-! most ran"- Contest Is an old door which had i THE
Open ,the
.., | Primitive Baptist Church. BOWL
VANTKI TO tlllXFTperbimiu percan and enable rat. Gardenia Home. :Mrs. 1
n trees Roy Kalrh.Hot"t"n L. !j R. Ranc Stn g'ail| I Survivors include his mother : been laying on the ground, he I
!tr !/1FOR 9 : I I Bradford Countidiis motto wiah found 40 dead rats under it. Ii I
j Mrs. Clara Crawford.
FEMALE Lawtey:
SAKE-Hn. ('raft man )>U I po-itm-i t to exper: 1'0 enter the Eat More Citrus Contest I two daughters Sylvia Hagan.ejCoIIidge ., The effectiveness of this poi- i i FLORIDA

Sander price Practically I P new. Heaaoable ? j nlanced i$ clerk-tvpist Shorthand Sala d.'I' I may submit entries at t Ga.. and u'son I is yrod news to farmers. but I Friday Feb. 26
Shepherd tp I iryhlr hut not nece+are i Betty ) 8:00: P.M. I
commensurate with alillitv Annlx hom demonstration agent's offihetn Ce Hagan. Starke Hamil- 'it is only by co-operation that the Adults $1.25 i I
: one son,
FOR SALE Singer Sewing Machine.rnrllrni T'ing Oil Piuducts In.' iTonk
: condition 13:>. W R tr.-I.i: I FH 1tKWA'fF.lafipPrienead the courthouse annex Saturday;; ton E. Crawford. Lawtey; a sis- ;: rat problem can be controlled. It I Saturday Feb. 27 2:30 P.M. and 8 P.M.

vine, I.tutey, Fla.: In'luirEat '*omin Feb. 27 between 9 and ter Rosa; O'Neil. Cocoa endoes; not do much good for one Children SOt
Standard Oil Station; 1t I p' : Furnit"" ; sev i
I I Man .\h..I l ly Hart Furniture (".. I t t o'clock. brothers, W. T., Jack, Harold farmer to get rid of rats if hi c'I; I
I.OST-I..ath..r Key Castoontain- ., Stiirke Fla. Itchg The entrant must submit three neighbor lets them go uncheckedI !' Tickets !n sole ot
m r car key and post office key. j all of Lawtey Louie Ray. H R 1 (
Return lu Kradford County Tele- FOR 'H'XTr'r'111 furnish..rt'I \<"opies of the receipe for the pro"urt. :and Bruce all of Jacksonville. I During the campaign over 600 i

graph. It P''I Chnr-'h anartmeiit St. Ph.uie Couple li-VT only. 614"" clearlv written on separate I I Burial was at Santa Fe Cemetery :' pounds of Warfarin was distributed j .$$1,125 IN PRIZES FOR

you SALE Two lots and smallhou.e I cards or sheets of paper ea i southeast of Starke. throughout the county, sold at KOCH'S ;
on Route It East Starke. J'. ,FOR RENT OR S.\LE-Fh' room '
i ehowin name of entrant, count ((30c a pound)
U Silcox. Box 707. Starke.
Fla. hr.n>:e with S a'r..s.n.n KfrMnne
!6:.( Heights Road, in City LimiI is. and address. Entries may 1 Recently there have been more \

FOR .\It'-lO room h"me completely -1 l I "Rea"nnahle......1.FII terms. n..n.n..I*.","' *,'S'. I salads desserts baked g nom i Deadline Near 'requests for it. There will be BULL AND BRONC RIDING DRUG -

furnUhed. all electricVitchrn. drinks or anything using citrus. On Homesteads some available soon at the County ..
Located in Deland. Fla.: I FOR RENT-Three hedrwm nnfnr- STOREBRADFORD ;
S)-,90a. ft room home completely, rl..he
, furnished$.000.. Contact located owner in Jacksonville W. P Tv> 'I Two>nth.block See from Bill town.Graham 160 perm st1v eye appeal newness or originality.r t This Saturday February 20 is ___ ___________ ___ CALF ROPING ty !

Vila. fjwt. FlA. Itp, .ret Itehe 'inti amount of citrus used. the deadline for property owners i

First prize will be an E'lectricmixer to file their homestead exemption W. c. T. u. I :
FOP T--'ottage: : with liviroom. ->n FOR SALE-:0 acre frm.. 50 acresimnrr I
h.1rnom. kitchenette and v.d nasHire. 15 near tae!!. with juice extractor for the statements, and also their d iOF-i i' ALL THE ACTS KNOWN
bath. One mile from post nffie.Tdeystnne on IT ner!'imm"n /re*>.. and 10 hearing i BULL DOGGING
Road. L. F. Smith phMif oecoi tree. 40 graded Angus L recipe judged the most outstanding I- I'ration on personal property. Tax J TO BE RISKY-THERE'S NONE

t;.W ItaWANTED "Mtl". For. information writ. C. in the State. I Assessor Gene Long will be at his,i MORE SO THAN DRINKING ,i
T.0.5. P. rOT SI $i."'' Ii
TO r.rvProp..t. or I H. Copies of the rules may be obtained office at the Court House until I\\ ." ', ,
Highway .*nt north or south of f FOR 5\I.E-Tw.n.t..d ,\ne-i RoravAr ".. from Miss Ross or from the !' Saturday night to serve those who'
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S'{rWe. Write Box 1005. St-'oP"' for v a"e' br..f'dIng -
FU sic h g!; Duroc gals J. B whirr i Chamber of Commerce office. cannot get in before then. ,,


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