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 26, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Official County Publication Established In 1879


outftj Commissioners, Johns Kick-off

To Run At Large ;V )- j _: Set For Mar. 5

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$100 Salary Attracts Big Field _. ,- __ Acting Governor Thousands ExpectedAt

Will Don UniformFor
WjI' Opening Rally

,Of Candidates For Two Vacancies 4 riw.t, -- Railroad Run In Stadium Here
T. II. Slade Chamber of Commerce president, and Doyle E. Conner -
State Representative, beem well pleased over the attractive directional -,I ,, -J Acting Governor Charley E. Acting Governor
A angle to the present !cuit there ruled in their Charley B
marker which they hope will help to keep tourists from getting new i judge : ; Johns of Starke will be runningin I Johns will officially kick-off his
political campaign on (he county favor, declaring the, 1915 law un I
sidetracked Slade had the and more than one on Saturday -
off SOl at Callahan. sign prepared I ways campaign for the
unexpired twoyear
level was added this week with a constitutional. The decision was -
made arrangements for mounting it over the traffic light in the March 6.He'll I term of the late
I II Governor Dan
the Florida to the Court by!
ruling by Supreme appealed Supreme Junior Women
heart of Callahan where 301 makes a right hand turn that is frequently | Court that county commissioners Attorney General Richard Ervinin Win National I be running for thu unex- McCarty at a mammoth rally and

missed by tourists because ()f heretofore poor directional marking.The must be nominated countywide in the interest of getting a uniform pired two-year term as Governor, fish fry given by local supporters

sign Is electrically lighted -so it will be clearly visible day or \ the May primaries. In Bradford, ruling covering the entire Recognition For Community Service also of course make, his and annual on March"run"6 as will a I stadium at the Friday Bradford High School

night i like most other Florida counties, state. I night March 5.
Seaboard Air Line railroad manI
Slade pointed to this as just one of the services renderedto had The Junior Woman's Club of the Friends here, making
many members of the commission I The ruling does not affect can- sources in community and offered in order to hold his senior.ty on arrange-
the business people of Bradford County through the Chamber of been nominated by voters in their ,didates for the School Board since Starke has been picked as one on Saturdays at nominal I, the line. ments for the big event, said that

Commerce. Services of this nature and others such as the annual resident districts. i they have been nominated by of J50 Honor Clubs in the U. S. by I prices to the public.In | The Acting Governor went to all visitors will be served fried fish

exhibit at the State Fair, are made possible through annual membership -I The Supreme Court ruling made : countywide vote since enactment the]\ "Woman's Home Compainon". emergency cases, such as work for the SAL 29 years ago as and tional hush puppies (and the tradi-

dues paid by local businesses to the Chamber. The 1954 membership countywide campaigning mandatory -i of the :Minimum Foundation law Th' announcement was made in loss of clothing by fire and in a flagman, later advancing to the kickoff trimmings) at 5 p.m. The

drive LI now In progress and all business and professional I for three announced candi- i several years ago. the' March issue of the magazine.': other instances of great need the rank of conductor. Though he Johns will be dimaxed when

me as well as rooming house operators, are urged to get their memberships -I dates for county commissioner in r The passage of special legisla- Selection of the local club forth I clothing is contributed by the club hasn't been employed actively on fry speaks following the fish

In at once so the work of the Chamber can continue without I District Two (North Starke). The tive acts in 1953 raising the ] Companion's Honor Roll was without charge. the railroad for a good many years Music over a statewide radio network.
incumbent L. L. Renfroe, present :salaries of county commissioners on the basis of community serv- With he is still officially on leave and for the occasion will be
Interruption. I 'and school board members in Bradford ice through its Thrift receipts from the shop, supplied by the Bradford
chairman of the Board is teamed Shop a i makes an annual run in order to High
-Polaroid t- linute Photos by tn* Telegraph the club, during the past year, School Band
I up with E. L. Crawford, a former I County to $100 per month project started last March at the has hold his seniority. (the Governor's of-
I' been able to donate $50 to ficial band) and
commissioner, and EweU Lawson. I seems to be contributing to a suggestion of Mrs. Richard T. I The Acting Governor chose entertainment

I Beatification Week% Plans Complete; a newcomer to the county political I:bumper crop of candidates this I Fowler, who has served as chair- the local Fund Emergency$25 to Relief the Florida Committee March 6 for the run this ye
arena, for the commission post in .spring. man of the shop since its inception.In Farm cause it coincides with the South-
Colony, a state project of
life county's most populous district There are already nine an- the above photo, taken eastern States Democratic dinner supporters and campaign
PlantsThe nounced candidates for the three against a background of Thrift Junior Clubs, and has paid for rally at Miami Beach which he managers from all over Florida
Garden Club To Give
I Away In District Four (Hampton, upcoming vacancies on the Boardof Shop clothing, Mrs. Fowler, (left) tend underprivileged children to at- will attend the same night. I will converge on Starke for the
summer camp. At Christmas
Public Instruction.Four holds the Honor Club Award, rally, those in charge of
Theresa. Graham) the incumbent time new and used toys were distributed -
Garden Club has is and several have'already qualified for while ?Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. (cen- local arrangements said. The general -
Starke announced course, painting up. Mrs. Jessie R. Chastain is thus far to children
who would
more detailed ideas and local concerns are cooperating by unopposed. the seat in District Three (Brooker ter), club president and Mrs. S. Oliver TisoniElectrocuted public is cordially invited, and
New River). They are: otherwise have been without. the crowd
E. Simmons, attending is expected to
plans for beautifying Starke and offering a discount on paint sold president-e'ect. ca.stan
{ Besides Bradford, 34 other Florida Howard C. Douglas, A. L. Green. Mrs. Hazen club president said run into thousands
Bradford County in cooperation during the first week in March. approving eye on the magazine
counties were affected by thisweek's Ethan and L. that the lion's share
A. Sapp, Stafford article i of credit
| the
the announcing award.
with Mayor J. R. Walnwright's The Garden Club is taking
free of Supreme Court ruling Crews. The incumbent Mrs. "In naming this Honor Roll the I for success of the shop goes to,
proclamation of last week. j ISInee by offering plants
which struck down a 1915 law Hazel Carlton, is not a candidate. Woman's Home Mrs. Fowler, who first advancedthe Beny Prices
charge March 5. On Companion
on Friday brings
"Don't be a Litterburg" is j I' atTorode's allowing commissioners to run for I Another four have announcedfor recognition to idea, and who manages the I Oliver Tison. negro, about 45
this date a stand will be set up outstanding clubs
'the olgan of the Florida Federa- party nomination in the May the in District One "as old died around 1:00
project :
vacancy throughout the efficiently as if it years p.m.
from 2 to 5p.m. ,
and country which
tion of Garden Clubs all Bradford, garage primaries in their resident districts (Lawtey where the incumbent hope will were her own business". Club Thursday shortly after his body Show Strength.
club members will be on dutyto encourage other clubs
Counti&ns are urged to pick up, without a countywide vote. J. S. Norman I members turns had received of
give petunias, larkspur, Chinese is not asking for to turn their efforts toward con). take keeping the & large charge .
around homes and adjacent
.train their {,forget-me-nots calendulas etc. to The Florida Constitution, how- re-election. The four hopefuls are:I munlty betterment," the magazine shop open on Saturdays.Jim I electricty when a drag-line boom

highways, and resolve never!those who will sign a slip agreeing ever, requires county commission Truman Norman (son of J. S.), said. Forest of Daytona Beach, I struck an REA power line about An increased volume, strong demand -
to discard so much as gum paper ers to be selected by countywidevote D. W. 0. J. and 5 miles south of Starke on Highway and better
the road. 'to plant and care for the flowers. I. Starling Phillips, I The Thrift Shop is located herein a former resident of Starke and quality all con-
along 'I. in the November General H. 100. tributed to bring
C. $11,757.55
I Kelly.In i to
will also have rent-free
The Garden Club quarters on West Call owner of the building housing the
It is suggested that each homebe I additional plants and shrubberyfor Election, and the court held that I District Five (North Starke) I I Street. The clothing is collected'shop, provides rent free quarters Joe Harris, about 35. a white berry growers this week, accord-

provided with a covered trash sale at this time. Plants will the nomination of candidates by incumbent H. A. Lawson who has;from club members and other' for this worthwhile project. 'mechanic from Plant City, is also tag to market manager M. R.

can and that this can be' screened be given to adults only, and teach- districts in the primaries was an announced for re-election, is stillunopposed. in a critical condition from the 'Judd This compares with $7.168.-
from view by a lattice of suitable' schoolchildren en pickup! [ plants for '
planting. I i' may to use in Junior Garden choice of voters in the Genera I II Qualifying deadline for candi Committee Asks Growers And Buyers ,Gainesville hospital where he was $4.558.89. Volume this week was
During this beautification week, .Election.I 1! placed under an oxygen tent. 1,229 crates an increase of 452
,Club work. I !,dates is high noon on March 15.
Garden Club members are asking!, Mrs. F. of I The test in Es.' Clerk I Tison, who had been employedwith crates over the preceding week.
R. Young, president I case originated Chas. A. Darby says that
that all vacant lots be cleaned up the Starke Garden Club urges !cambia County where two private l lI ][I when the whistle blows on that To Join In Effort To Hold.Market the Burton E. Walker'Construction -, Judd says that prices this year

and limbs and leaves be placed!j everyone to participate in Beautification -I citizens contested the practice of:,, day he will stop qualifying candi- I Co. for some tim, was are much better than at a com I

along the road for pick up by city j I Week and with Elizabeth nominating by districts. A cir- dates. I I helping to get a drag lint back : parable time last year, and that

trucks. The city will cooperate ,Charles, says: I\' In a letter mailed this week the i It was pointed out that the :on its track when the operator there are not enough- berriiw tn I

in picking up trash and the request -I "Go make thy garden fair as Bessent I Advisory Committee of the Starke Starke market has failed to make whose name has not yet been ,meet the demand. Florida--90-';

is made that material be put thou canst. I'Red Cross Drive Bagwell, : Farmers Market notified farmers operating expenses every year,learned, is said to have swung the !!are bringing a premium of from

out before Friday. If additional "Thou workest never alone. of a new schedule of package fees since its establishment and that'I:boom around striking the high 60c to $2 above the price paid for

service is needed, a call to City "Perchance he whose plot is' Charge ReducedKenneth I which will be in affect this season. '! rumors had come from Tallahasseeas power line. Contact with the wire .Missionary!. fruit. Highest prices

Councilman W. T. Jackson will : next to thine Workers\ To MeetA Under the new set-up straw- to the possibility of its being charged the drag line ar.d the.,nave'been brought by 90's produced -

take care of the s"uation.In "Will see it and mend his Bagwell and W. A. Bes-:, berries will carry a fee of six'' closed down as a losing propositionby surrounding ground. The opera by Markalee Starling and Lea-

line with cleaning up. of own." sent Jr. will be arraigned before .cents per package; pepper and the state. tor, insulated from the ground was ton Morgan Jr.

I meeting of key workers in County Judge T. A. Yawn this other hamper products, five cents I II j I The committee said there would not injured. Day by day figures are as follows

the forthcoming Red Cross fund I' morning (Friday) at 10 o'clock on j|I per package; while corn will bej I also be a slight increase in stall I Fellow workers said the operator ( :

BBS Boys In Group III Tournament; drive will be held tonight( Friday) I charges resulting from an alter-II I handled for four cents per pack- rents, cooler space charges and must have been aware of the lines, Thursday 51 crates, high

J at 7:30 o'clock in the health clinic 1 cation in Bessent's pool room last other items paid by the buyers. I having struck them once or twice 1150. low $8.00.' total $560.40.

on Church street. week in which Wesley Bryant I I age.Formerly the charge was five "We believe that we can count previously during the morning. Friday- 362 crates, high $10.70,

Lewis And Rivers Make All-Conference Mrs. Junius M. Smith fund drive ,.was beaten on the head with a cents on strawberries and three on your cooperation and support to I Tison, a lifelong resident cf this low $7.00 total $3,028.70.

I chairman, has issued a call to the !milk bottle. I i cents on corn and other produce. keep our Starke market function- community, whose home is r.n the Saturday-149 crates, high $9.70,

Bradford High's basketball teamis 7:30. I following to be present at this I Following a preliminary hearing]i In its letter to growers the committee ing for the benefit of growers, ,I Brownlee road, is survived by his low $7.40 total $1,313.50.

participating in the Group TI!. I! Bradford's boys brought home .meeting: I before Judge Yawn last Friday, explained that the slight buyers. and the general public" I wife and ten children. One of his I J.onday-306 crates high $10.60

Class A elimination tournament the runner-up trophy of the East I i. Representing the Kingsley Lake ,,the charge against Bagwell was I increase in fees was part of a 'the Advisory Committee's letter boys, Gad, was also employed on low $8.00, total 279515.

taking place at the Fletcher High Florida Conference last Friday area, John Torode and Mrs. W. E.I||i changed from assault with intent concerted effort to bring the 'said. i I the job and was a witness to the Tuesday 3,00 crates, high

School gym at Jacksonville Beach when they lost a spirited contest'',.Torode; Camp Blanding, Maj. ,I II I to commit murder to the lesser I' Starke market out of the red and I|I Market Manager. R. Judd said accident $12.40 low $8.80, total 343500.

this weekend. I I to New Smyrna there by a 54-43 j Harry I M. Hatcher; Starke resi-j,l!count of aggravated assault Like-,I. keep it from being closed down by yesterday there had been no complaints Wednesday 61 crates, high

Play started Thursday afternoon score. The runner-up trophy as1' dential section, the Junior wise, the charge against Bessent{the state and moved to another on the part of growers as I Douglas Offers $10.80, low $9.00, total $62430.

with afternoon and night I I donated by the Daytona Book I I i:Woman's Club represented by Mrs. I i I,was reduced to being an accomplice -'location 1 'to I the-moderate increase in fees. ,I

Store and T. C. Hazen Jr. and Mrs. S. E. to assault. The I 29-year-old'Six New Homes
trophy by aggravated
games, and contents on Friday and j(! ]\ Howard C. Douglas.
Saturday nights to determine the the Spray Grill. j j I Simmons; advance gifts division! !;bond for each defendant was March Of Dimes Moonshiner cattleman and farmer this week I Are Given Permits

winner who will represent thisgroup Paul Rivers and Lavon Lewis,\V. B. Sewell; industrial employees, duced from $1,000 *o $500. re-I :Talks Himself announced his candidacy for the ,

in the coming state tournament were selected by the coaches as ,Mrs. T. F. Landrum, Mrs. E. Lawson j At the preliminary hearing I School Board, District Three, comprising Totaling $43,000Building

on March 10. members of the all-conference Mrs. Guy Andrews, and Mrs. i Bryant maintained that he was I Straight To Jail the Brooker and New River

team and they will receive silver I I IJ. R. Kite; outlying districts, Mrs. watching a movie when Bagwell Totals $2,267Bradford I i:precincts. i permits for six new

Eight teams make up Group basketballs. Both boys have ben W. R. Morse chairman; Brooker, 'entered the theatre, drew a gun I Sometimes a man can talk too Douglas is a lifelong resident of,r'residences, totaling $43,000. have

III. They are DuPont, Jackson-I I outstanding for Bradford all sea-I Mrs. Howard Wait; Graham. Mrs. :on him and ordered him into I much. R. J. Griffis, of Union j.I Bradford County, a member of the'i iI ,'been: issued at the City Hall since
YUle Tech, Fletcher Bolles. Bishop Bt'S-1 annual March
County's and he has
knows it
son. Rivers is the, leadin? scorer John McKinney; Hampton and :sent's truck, which was now. Brooker Baptist Church, the Masonic the first of the year, as follows:
Kinney. Green Cove Springs I'Theressa. to be announced Law- I II of Dimes drive grossed 2267.23 the next 30 days in the county I V. O. Bridges, $5,000 residence
i land Lewis the leading playmaker ; outside. Bryant said that Bagwell I I Lodge a veteran of World
Falatka and Bradford. for the continuing fight against which to think it !
;and floor man. I tey. Mrs. George Roberts; Hellibronn. -I then drove around by the depot i jall.in War II, and the father of three corner 8th and Cherry Streets;
Bradford was seeded No. 2 be- I to be announced all colored infantile paralysis, Benedict Fin- \ Griffis was called some time ago 1 I Lacy Conwayr $3,000 residence.
I A era Ins t New Smvrm the Tornadofts I ; and back to the pool room where ,children. He graduated from
hind No. 1 seeded DuPont but. just couldn't loosen up sections Anne Hume, chairman. i he ordered Bryant out of the car I. rar, 1954 chairman announced'yesterday. as a witness in a case involvinga I Bradford High School in the classof Orange and Washington Streets;

with only eight teams playing, all enough to get ahead. New Smyrna I Red Cross Field Director Kent ;, and into the back room of Bes-1 I fellow moonshiner. Griffis 1943. I I Mack Futch, $10,000 residence

seeded teams will play first jumped into a quick 19-8 lead and i IOf Gainesville will be present as ':'sent's establishment. Bessent entered The drive here was termed a talked, talked, and talked and just I In making his announcement I|Park, Street; H. Chandler, $10,000

round games. ;held a 29-21 halftime advantage.Paul i I will Chapter Chairman J. O. Gay i the back room with them. :"great success" by the chairman didn't now when to shut up. The Mr. Douglas says that he is a residence, Reno; Margaret Blan-

The locals drew Green Cove Rivers scored 19 points and I and Chapter Treasurer Lillian asked Bagwell for the gun, and:with the total raised representinga judge almost fell off the benchin homeowner and taxpayer and that kenship, $10,000 residence, Church

Springs as their first opponentand Smith 12. Brown. with 22 points. I Stump. I i stood by while Bagwell beat 50 per cent increase over the amazement as Griffis involved he has a deep interest in the Street; Clayton Wise $,OOO resi-

played at 2:15 p.m. Thursday. was high for New Smyrna, follow I i In reviewing the work carriedion Bryant with a milk bottle and a 1953 gross of $1,426. The in- himself deeply, even though he scnooU of Bradford County. dence, Pinehurst Subdivision.

Should they beat Green Cove they ed by Phillips with 14. The Tornadoes by the local chapter, it was chair, the plaintiff said. I II crease here, in proportion to the succeeded in clearing the accused. :'I -
will meet the winner of the BoU( 1! I i I I i AJJ result of his talking he
were tops on the free throw announced that 328 Home Service i I. Bryant was taken to the Ala- number of people in the county '' a

Jax Tech game Friday night at line, netting 17 ont of 21 chan f'S. I I contacts were made during the. chua General Hospital for treatment is one of the largest in the state. himself was held for making moon- King And Queen Of Basketball

past six months. One hundred'. of his bead injuries. I Finzer had word of thanks for shine, pleaded guilty and was this

Feb. 16 Has Come And Gone, But I ninety-five of these concerned''I I I each and every one who helped in week sentenced to 30 days in jail j
men in active service and their, the drive. He praised especiallythe and $200 fine, with 60 additional
Pre-Dawn 'Prank'Wan't
I families; 119 concerned veterans: I, efforts of Mrs. E. Tenly. in days if the fine was not paid. 'I .

Still No Postmaster 14 cases involved civilians, usually: Funny j charge of the Mothers March; Gilbert I

"because there was no other agencyin : To Car Owners I Newcomb who headed collections Sheriff Names i iI
the able to ;
community help i from business organiza- I Jim Sasser
Starke has them with their particular problem i 1 tions; Miss Dolores :McKnight and
been without a postmaster Everyone expected that the an- Last Saturday morning was just
acting or otherwise. since flounce of a permanent or at : During this same period the Red'I, another day to lots of folks but to;Miss Joan Tenly gift drive; Mr. Deputy-Jailor

February 16. least another "acting" postmaster i Cross chapter gave financial as- some it brought': a headache. Dur- :and Mrs. Guy Andrews, who I
sistance to 22 veterans 12 active, f 1 Jim Sasser lifelong resident of
An unprecedented state of affairs would come on or before Feb. 16. : ing the night mi.scdeantsith a worked so hard to make thei AKLAbLJ I
serviceman and their families.. Bradford County and former boiler
i Jji.
? Perhaps, yes at least so the effective date of Johns' resig- :,. distorted sense of humor, presumably -I i Birthday Ball a success; and
These loans totaled and room operator at the State Prison !
far as the local nost office is con- nation. In fact. C C. Spades of $552.26. a\ adolescents, let the air out of i Deputy Sheriff Cecil Sewell and I
substantial of this amount for six years, was named this week !
cerned. No one can remember St. Augustine. Republican Nationa* the tires of an estimated 50 to 60 .Highway Patrolman C. Musgrovefor : p3r
has been deputy sheriff and jailor by Sheriff i.
already paid. ,;
the coin collectors.
when Starke didn't have at least' Committeeman whose recommendation -I cars all over town. distributing
I P. D. Reddish. Sasser will be the \
*acting postmaster in the wings., is supposed to cinch the I The Red Cross worker: here' : Before daylight telephone calls I There was an increase in every .. '4 _
But that's the way it Is, friends. appointment here. predicted some ,,drives several hundred miles each 1 I flooded Seeber Goodman's and division over last year. showing'i "turnkey" man at the county jail I _ ) k
I and work outside in his spare time. -. -
Just why. nobody seems to know. i I word would come from Washington month delivering urgent messages, Thomas' Truck Stops, as irate car |that everyone connected with the
i His wife is L. U. sister.
Acting postmaster S. R. Johns b",that date But it didn't. I answering calls for assistance,, owners tried to get the mischief campaign did his best Finzer said. i Morgan's
and also a sister to Oliver Underhilrs -
-Yr., who had filled the office since:i Spades said yesterday he had!,certifying home conditions and I repaired. As in some cases all .

the retirement of F. F. Stump in1,written Washington recommending i making hospital trips. four tires were flat, with air Lawson Seeks ; wife. _
November 1952. resigned effective -'! that G. J. McGriff Jr. be "Wearing a Red Cross emblem 1 I valves removed it was no simple I Sasser succeeds Cecil Sewell who I __________
I resigned effective March I, to take __
Feb. 16 to given in the annual membership' I _
Local with
accept a job with named acting postmaster until matter. garages port- Return To BoardH. i la position with a governmental _
the State Road Department. I I such time as the permanent ai>- drive is an indication of yoU able air tanks supplied the solu- ''agency. -

Officially of course he hasn't; intment could be acted upon. I willingness to participate in this' tlon.i I THEm MAJESTIES the King and Queea of
been relieved from the post office vital Home Service work," Mrs. The culprits have not been A. Lawson of Starke an- cake
He thinks now that those fellows ,i ap- Basketball, are I dared above with huge
here and won't be until his sue-:, in Washington just haven't had I Smith said.Two prehended. Some folks look on nounced this week that he will be I RegistrationBooks presented to the wys and girls cage teams at a

cessor is named but for all in-'i|,time to pet aroun 1 to the Stark | the affair as a harmless prank. a candidate for re-election as Due Back dance in their hooor in the USO last Saturday

tents 'and purposes. the office is ,,postmastership, either acting or Are CalledG. while others feel that. if the of- School Board member from District night Agnes Lawson (left) and Lavon Lewis I
without a head. Johns hasn't been,,I otherwise. .fenders are caught a good whaling I 5 (North Starke). Mr. Lawson Saturday, Feb. 27 is the final selected in !
were balloting by their fellow student*
round since early in February I Spades said that McGriff also S. (Bert) Newcomb Jr. ol r applied to the seat of the britches is now completing his first day that voters can register in
I as the most popular girl and boy player daring the I
when he left on two weeks' annual had his recommendation for the Starke and Joe Leslie Forsyth o:r would be appropriate action. It term on the board. their home precincts. After then

leave. His resignation effective I permanent appointment.! He still t Lake Butler will be inducted int<) seems to depend on whether you I He is engaged in the retail meat I the books will be brought to the 1954 session. LetrU was also accorded A .C Dfer- I

Feb 16. at the expiration of thinks the announcement will I the armed forces on March !3 were one whose car was tamperedwith :business in Starke. where he has courthouse where registration ence honors last week. .!

his leave. come through shortly. I through Local Board No. IS. or not. I resided for many }'ears. will continue until 5 p.m., April 3. I.tI.ti

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Shirley Hurlburt Defendant.Case 1 Coby. Defendant I Dated this 5 day of February You are required to appear on Order Of PabllratioB And Notice To
I. BRADFORD E. L MATTHEWS No. 1IM4S Case No. 10-164: 1954. March 15, 1954. in the above nam- Appear State of Florida Tot
.Notice To Appear. I \otlce To Appears OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ed Court and cause herein plain- Walter Noseworthy Green whose
To: Shirley Ilurlburt whose residence : To: Pauline Coby whose residenceand I Clerk of the Circuit Court tiff seeks divorce. residence is Glen Curnie, Marylandand
IA,;, EDITOR and address is: S2S Beach address is: 161 Moore's Mill By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Bradford County Telegraph shall whose mailing address Is P. O-
COUNTY 29th Island Street.New York.Far Rockaway, Long Road. Atlanta Georgia.You _______ 2/12 4t 3/5 publish this Order it next four Box 333 Glen Burnie. Maryland.
VIEWPOINT are hereby notified that a weekly issues. You are required to appear on
PUBLISHER You are hereby notified that a suit for !. Circuit Court Bradford County,
Witness my hand and official March 15 19S4. in the above named -
TELEGRAPHOLDEST suit for Divorcehas Florida !. Chancery. seal at Starke, Florida this Feb- Court and cause wherein plain-
Divorcehas been filed against you in the Pauline S. Sanford Plaintiff vs. ruary 11. 1954.OFFICIAL tiff seeks divorce custody: and control -
been filed against you In the above named Court and cause and Milum O. Sanford. Defendant. of minor child.
FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD above named Court and cause and you are required to serve a copy of Case No. 10-32 ; SEAL Charles of A. DarbyAs Bradford County Telegraph shall
Clerk Mid Court
you aye required to serve a copy of Order Of Publication aid Sat Te
pleading the this Order
your answer or to com publish in next four
Marian L. ,
the By Crosby Deputy Clerk.
pleading to
answer or
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under your complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney Appear State 01 Florida :Charles R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life weekly Issues.
Evan T, 103 Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Graham Milum O Sanford whose resIdence I Bldg., Jacksonville Florida Witness my hand and official sealat
the Act of March 3, 1879. Law Exchange Building Evans, Jacksonville Building Jacksonville, Florida and address Is: Route 3, Attys. for Plf. 2/12 It 3/5 Starke, Florida this II February,
Florida and file the original In the office of Orasgeburg South Carolina. 1954.
I I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or You are required to appear on !. Circuit (' lIrt. Bradford C..atT, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -- MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION and file the original In the office of before the 22 day of March 1)54; March 8, 1954 in the above named Florida IB Caaaoery Clerk of Said CourtBy
the_ Clerk of the Circuit Court on otherwise the allegations of said Court and cause wherein plaintiff Elizabeth Nolen Green Plaintiff.. Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
or before the Complaint will be taken as confessed seeks divorce, custody ana control Walter Noseworthy Green, Defendant. Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Build-
i iYou've 22 day of Marco 1954; by you of minor child. Bradford County I ing, Jacksonville, FlaAttys. .
CONGRATULATIONS SEVENTH GRADE otherwise the allegations of Bald This notice shall be published Telegraph shall publish this Or- I Case No. 10-142 for Pit. 2. tJ 4t S/S
'Complaint will be taken as confess' once each week for four consecutive der in next four weekly issues.
led I by you. weeks in the Bradford County Tele Witness my hand and official seal
i 11 This notice shall tie publishedonce graph. at Starke Florida this 4 February.
Set Us All A Mark To Shoot At each week for four consecutive Dated this IS day of February 1954.
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 1954.\ (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
I graph. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Clerk of said Court
Dated this 15 day of February, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
jc3Er 1S54. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Building I HUNDREDSof
+ OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 2/19 4t :IiI! Jacksonville Florida. :
f Clerk of the Circuit Couc' -_ Attys. for Plf. :2! 5 4t :2!_ 2S ;,
; By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ClerV NOTICE TO APPKAH ,
2/19 4t :3/12 I. Circuit Court Bradford County NOTICE OF INTF.NTIOV i details are managed' and economic
Florid! In rhaarery.Karline REGISTER f'ICTITIOIS.UtP.:
IB Orontt Court. Bradford. County, Dun tan. Plaintiff vs John Notice is hereby given that the s' ally attended that only a trained and
Florida In Chancery.James
Dunstan, undersigned under the proviMonsiof I
W. Keys Plaintiff vs. DefendantCase No 10-SS2 I, Chapter 20.951. Laws of Flr 'ida. careful organization can attend when

F'ltene p, Keys, Defendant.Case No. 1O- 6S \ottre: John To Appear.To Dunstan. whose resi- arts of 1941, will register with the the urgent need for serving is at
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
Order Of Publicationnd Notice To dence and address is: Jamaica Long hand
for Bradford State of Florida ,
Of Florida To I I County.
Appear Island. New York. I
Fetene P. Keys whose residenceand You are hereoy notified chat a I upon receipt of proof of publication i j!
address is: 7"Park Place, suit forDivorce of this notice the fictitious
z Niagara Falls, New York. and restoration of maiden I name of The Snack Bar under whichwe ii DeWITT C. JONES
y ''n are requi' .i to appear onMarch name are engaged in business at 313 i
22, 1954 i the above named bus been filed against you In the i Temple Ave., Starke, Fla. Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
Court and can-e, wherein plain- above named Court and cause ana I Mr. and Mrs. George Slinger 323
:. *f seeks divon'- Bradford County you are required to serve a copy of Temple Ave., Starke, Fla., sole own- 1---
Telegraph shall publish this Order your answer or pleading to the ers.Dated 1I Funeral Director Ambulance Service
---- I
i in next four weekly Issues. complaint on the Plaintiff this 5th day of February
BUS Seventh Graders I Witness my hl.1d-lind official spa l Attorney William D. Morgan A.D.. 1954. at Starke. FTadford Count \
with rakes and hoes tidyup
Armed at Starke. Florida, this February 18 507 Clark Building. Jacksonville Florida. Our local funeral home enables oa to offer conveniences car j
the Starke school grounds. i I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs Florida Z/5 4t %/%6la services not otherwise available
Mules Clerk of said Court and file the origmaT in tae office or
iRv Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk the ..Clerk of the Circuit Court on Circuit Court Bradford County, I, ,
ea F
b thIS 6
>r or* Florida ID
Chas. R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life ; Chancery.:
day of March, 1954.; Ronald Shubert, Sr..
Bldg. Jacksonville Fla. Plaintiff vs.
| Au>". for Plf :/19 4t 3tNOTICE 2 otherwise the allegations of said Irene F. Shubert, Defendant We furnish the highest type service: at lowest prices, tad
Complaint will be taken as confess. Case No 10.344O.ter tccpt ANY life insurance policy to force, tasted by ANY
sIo ,
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""'- you. i Oi rnblloalloD And Notice I
I'' TO APPBIR This notice shall ae published I To Appear: State of Florida To: II I company, as payment In part or In full on a funeral
In Circuit Court, Bradford CountyFlorida ,. once each week for four consecutive Irene F. Shubert whore residenceand !
i i In Cnanrerv.Jerry I week, in the Bradford County 'Fete. address is ;1SS W-ber Road Consultation carries no obligation
'' S. Coby. Plaintiff. vs Pauline raoh west*, :New Orleans Louisiana -
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Ftiebhort Bradford : ,
ago -"- .
years .-, -r : --0" '- -- -
County could boast of only 15 4 .. SJp.k -----.'.;0..;-.. --- -,- --.- - .. _. : __ ____ _.__ __ -. ___ -

or 20 tractors on IU farms. To-

day there are close to 200, and

more. rolling; off the assemblyline. t Jim Dandy Sibs STARLINCS Cabbin Home 5 Ibs

But thin modern age of mechanism

on the farm I!>o't with-

gut its melancholy side. Some

folks still maintain that a trac- GRITS 33 C

tor, even the shiny, new, red MEAL 29C
ones, can never provide the.elf'-

Tee of companionship that was

derived from the old farm mule. Next week is Beautification Week in Starke. The Mayor PHONE 70 STARKE, FLA.
Tractors hate their advantages WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

of course. They dont proclaimed It. The Garden Club is sponsoring it. Now .. -,-- p-- -..-,,, -, --.; THESE PRICES GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY __, c- _-.___.. __,, _
-- -
all that .. .. .. .. .. .. --:, -
remains be '
require land for grazing, and to seen is if we oldsters do as good a job - -- -.- ----.- .. .. --- -.. ----- -

eat only When there run on the town as a whole as the Seventh Grade students did
ning. When If'tiD a shed or orr our somewhat dilapidated school grounds. BIG SALECOFFEE FRESH (Whole) Lb
field, the tractor stays put. It
nevr takes a notion to go j We think the story of the Seventh Grade project deserves Cheese 47c.Veiners .

visiting jump a fence or two. repeating, especially when the daily press is full of lurid

and eat up a good neighbor'svegetable stories about "teen age vandalism" in other parts of the I

garden. Neither will I j I country. It proves once again, that the youngsters of to- Fryers 39CWE \ Ib 23c

a tractor bite hogs, chase day. if given the proper guidance and leadership, are just | ,

chickens, bray at the crack as capable of constructive effort and wholesome enterprise'III Tin Ib I

of dawn. I I as were the :young folk of any other age. I
On the other hand there is Max. HouseBag Ib 23c
I, It all started when a Seventh Grader looked around one I -
still much to be said for the ,
day and commented that "Our school grounds certainly. PAY 59c
doz. i in
lowly mule. Ills inward IID- ; trade for Eggs
keep might btu more, but his! looh bad. That was the beginning of the BUS Seventh .__ __ --a... SUNSHINE
initial rat is comparatively Grade Improvement Club dedicated to the purpose of improving Max House

negligible. En'na\ these inflated the grounds around Bradford High and Starke Elementary With $5 or More- Order Limit One 31b can Bacon Ib > -- 53c

times you can still buya schools. ,

tail and some old teeth with I I The teacher picked UD the remark and asked for opinions Dehnonte

a little mule in between, for from other members of the class. A discussion followed, ter- C

around $10. minating in a class survey of the erounds. Seventh Graders I Chase & Crisco Hamburger 39c
A mule can think, and no one '
walked around the area with pencil and paper. making notes
has ever accused a tractor of II
being able to do that yet. of things\ that needed to be done. After that came a planned BRISKET

Rome owners claim their mules program of action Other Seventh Grade' sections joined in Sanborn _

pro smart a* a whip and help and made it an entire class project. ....A Stew lb 23c

do a fine job an the farm. A I The students found much to be corrected: The groundswere SHOP EARLY: for the amount of our i ,

mule can get Into a field that covered with leaves ; the area was littered with paper; C.D.M. I

it wet and help the owner stir grass was brown and the lawn bare in spots There were Stock is Limited

the dirt to dry out a crop, when not enough trash for waste I
paper. ,
LuzzianneBlue Coca Cola
--- 2k
the finest tractor would only eta. -
down.A I An inventory of materials around the school showed ,
get bogged Limit 3
mule doesn't burn evnenKlve little equipment available to do the job, but not a bit Limit 1 Doz

gasoline has no carburetorto rouralJ"Pd the students invited their parents to a dis'I'I Plate Pepsi Cola clu 25cR.

get clogged up and, If he the high r.hoollibrary. Fired by such youthful ,

has any spark plugs at all. manv of the parents came out and contributed to the

they seem never to need cleanIng nine1. as well as offering the use of tools and equipment.Plan-I EGGS C. Cola. ctn. 25c

for they fire only when he went so far as to donate 100 pounds of rve grass f'ffl. Soma 4ffLOOK .

gets darned good and ready to pave fertilizer, and others loaned rakes, shovels hoes and SOAP POWDERST SAFETY

wheel-barrows. '
Like' an "ace In the hole", Matches
many Bradford farmers still A loral oil company contributed a number: of metal drums -- 2 for 17c

keep their faithful mules! even which tr o students cleaned nainted. and converted into

after buying a tractor, to make cervireable trash cans then Dlaced them at strategic points I DE C : At Our Cereal Prices PLANTATION
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of =' """"
possible a more careful job to catch waste naner and remnants of school lunches.
Grits 51bs
cultivating (Using a "%oldt bar- TV> > entire ornimds were'ra 1rPrl free of leaves ?nd mr>er, '' Limit 2 Lb i iI 39c
row" or Georgia and he lawp in front of the USO and High School building FAB I 1
and the old mule they can work PLANTATION
up to a crop just a little closer was! fertilized and planted. |I,

and do the better job that can Other classes! were asked to cooperate bv using the eon- VEL OLEO Meal SIbs 39cReg.

always be done by hand insteadof tainerq for their trash and bv "keeping off the crass." This NCOUR clI ,

by machine. But it Is a I $1Brooms
they did. to the extent that the grounds around BITS are now
"rwnd" to the row and that
costs more in time and expense preen and very little paper is thrown carelessly by any of DREFT I each 89c

and the fanner Is always looking the students. I II I -

for ways to economize. I I i The seventh grade has asked the Telegraph to thank all SKIM

As the old mule slowly fades who contributed to the success of the beautification and SURF MEATS are Guaranteed "FRESH"Limit

from the picture, many farmers to clean-up program. and asks the cooperation of the community 110.._ p _- =oa;; ________ ___ MilUcans 29c -
will continue to ptributf'
in helping to improve the condition of the grounds on a
faith- I
the contribution that the 6 "Yes" 3
continuing basis. WALDORF
ful (though erratic) animal has i CHEERLimit

made in years gone by. For I This we are glad to do. And we would like to go a step

Instance, "ho could ever tell a I farther and commend their efforts and recommend their example 2 Tissue, 3 for 19c I

funny story about a tractor? II to those who will be taking part in the town-wide C

F.fflrit"lttf"i.. -But tractors beautification and clean-up program next week. The recent

just an-n't funny ask the effort of the Seventh Grade is a modern day application of

man who owns! one. i the ancient truism that a "a little child shall lead them." S SOAPCAMAY

On the other hand did you In this instance the Seventh Graders ha.:e set the pace for PRODUCEBananas
hear the about Farmer
one the Beautification Campaign. Now it is clearly up to us
Brown and hb old mule that .
oldsters to live up to their challenging example. i I 3 for Watch Our Windows For Everyday

Ctrrmlt Ce.rt. Bradford ( t i tI. i Divorce You are hereby notified that a BARGAINS 3 Ibs 29c
VUrfdai 1m (' ..C't'rT. "otT'1) has been tiled against you In the ,suit has been brough against you in -
Above named Court and cause and the Circuit Court of Bradford Countv. LUX ,
(iio>'anni Petrclla. PLt.lntifC.'os.. von are required to ervf copy of I }Florida in Chancery by (;race Ic -.--- .-- 1
Marian O'Orto IVtrclU. your answer or pleading to the'' P. Sheehan Plaintiff and you are
Case No. 10-333: complaint on the PlalnMf' hereby required to file (per onall\
Order .f r.IoU..Uo. and .lotir T. Attorney Williams &: Fnteh. P. i or by attorney) with the Clerk of CASHMERE 33 Limit 2 Qt. Potatoes SIbs 14c
Appears State of Florida Toi O. Pox HS. Starke, Florida i the said Court your written defenses. c -
,._ if any. to the Bill of Complaintin ,
}Marian D'Orio IVtrella.thos and file the ..r-elii"' 'n ">. '" "fl I
; ,sldenc and address isSO? the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB said suit and to serve a cop of Bouquet _
laid written defenses I
up<> i Daytoni Tn II
'han..toft Avenue. Pro*idenoe.Uhod nr h'rvr te Dayton. P. O. Box 444. Dade City C
Island. !I day of March 154.!
Florida Solicitors for
the Plaintiff
I Celery each 71f2C
You are required tit appear on+I>ItHht'r..i the allegaHnn nf "ai<1 1 on or before the 2Ind day of Man-h : 12 -
March !%, 1J5, In the abuse named 'om Io&l'It will he taken all oonfestiMl : A.D. 1954. Palmolive i
Court and wherein plaintiff nieacn
bv I
you The nature and purpose of this ;
seeks divorce. This notlcr shall be pirt>lisht>.. proceedings is to set aside di\ dr.-
Bradford County Telegraph shall once e..cn week hr four t'onllecll"vp .I.decree.
publish this Order in neil four weekin the Brsrtfnrd County l.- Herein fall not or decree prn (.,in- SweetheartMEDIUM lettuce each lOc t
weekly Issues.Witness 1 graph i fe,,>'O will lie entered against \<>u ,
my hand and official Dated this 17 Day of February The Pradford County Telegraph anewspaper 4
seal at Starke' Florida, this 17 Feb Uit.I of general circulation" in
ruary Dal. I \OYFILIAL SAL) Charles A. Darby Bradford County is hereby designated Any Brand Limit 6 3 tallMILK SWEET I
ClrK nf the Circuit. Court.. as the newspaper in which
E.I.Cbarlt's A. Darby .
( As Clerk of said Court. |I py Marian L. rrn bY. TV-" .rl. this notice shall be published once a IVORY
I 'U H :Ill! week for four consecutive" puhlica I iotatoes
Uy Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ,tions prior to the said %!nd da> of 4 lbs 35c i
.harUs H. Hess, J04 (Juaracty Life la The rirr-.lt ('..art Of The h"t1l March. A.D., U3."ltn."s .. 37c ,
Bldg.. Jacksonville Florida I Judicial tlrrv.lt Of Florida la. \\ my hand as Clerk and theseal LAUNDRY
And For Bradford Coaatjr: l ,
of said Court in Starke Florida -
\ltys for Plf. ,19 Grace P. Sheehan Plaintiff vs. 1954. Octagon Onions 2 Ibs :
NOTICE' TO 'PI"F.'R (James V. Sheehan. Jr.. Defendant. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby 15c
!. (,"rC'." Court. Bradford C_.ty.Florldai .' 1MII To art _,-tde Klvorc,.. Deems. ._ Clerk of the entitled Court Limit 3P&G NOTICE: We appreciate the great response you ,
!. Cbaaeerr.Frs.'tk I Notiro To FII.riU D fe I By Marian I.. CrOsby Deputy ClerkDayton LAUNDRY

)\orrl... Morn Defendant.Plaintiff vs. Carrie State. Jr.of Florida whose To address James V.Is:Sheehan Set.- ',. Plaintiff&P.Dayton O Box 444.Solicitors Dade ,'ity fo have given to our New Year Resolution, to give you !

Case No. lOUT James y. Sheehan. Jr. UA :53-010- Florida. 2.19 4t J L'OTICF Carrots cello
*otlr* To 'Pllr.rt residenceand I!Ctvalry II! !. Company Reconaissanoe C. Fourth Battalion.Armored I I the Best Groceries at the Cheapest Prices. bag 9c :
frrie Morris
To '
Postmaster New York.N \ TO %PPEinCircuit
North APO 174. c'o
adores tat Salisbury > York a better and more particular : t. Court... Bradford Count, ._
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Carolina. a4dre-- being to PUin.tiff unknown Florida: I. .......r,.. c c -- :' : :- ?'" c :- '_ ;:" J-a;_ m ;:,;: -; -. --::- '_. .: _, .:.
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9YTYYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY!I I Mrs. Doyle Hazen, and Mrs. Ce- Mrs. G. E. Greens. Mrs. W. T.I I die Norman were in Gainesville,-here they also visited Mrs. Sapp's I .' -;. == :=':'. -.:::.'<--o :--. = :<:il:: :Z' : -_ i
ciLMelvin. Coram, and Mrs. Howard Wait.i(on business last Tuesday. I grandfather, R. C. Griffis, of Law- :
BROOKERBy PeJ'8naJsMr. Mr. and Mrs. George Davis Mrs. Isabelle Hood of Jacksonville tey.
and Mrs. M. M. Gano and and children, Barbara Sue, an-t spent the weekend with the Church News i i
Polly Walt Jr. daughters Cherry Beth and Sally her Dicky, spent the Dundee.weekend will Jimmy Normans. I I| Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Wor- SUPER WEEKEND SPECIALS !
spent the weekend with Mr. and parents in Jean Converse of Jacksonville I ship 11 a. m. 7 p. m. Prayer Meet
LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Mrthday Mrs. R. F. Gano. Mrs. H. P. GaIney recently returned -:visited her father, who is very ill.I ing 7 p. m. Wednesday. Teachers !

Party Rev. and Mrs. Beard and Mary I after spending the past i i Many from here attended the Meeting each Saturday 7pm. ...."...""...:
Sidney and Neal Hazen were Lee went to Lake City Sunday. two months visiting her children.iI party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Among those attending church i

onored on their birthday with a .Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green and I She spent three weeks in South Frank. Herndon Saturday after services here Sunday were Mr. :
Joe visited Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Florida with Mr. and Mrs. E. noon.A and Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. Mary I i
arty given by their parents. :Mr.md J I A'I 1
Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. Della Thomas Gainey at Indiantown, Mr. and) chicken supper was given at .:Rosier Sapp and children of Law- :-::-:::... ,
Aubrey Hazen. They Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. |the church for the girls who are
R. B. Raulerson Mr.and Mrs. tey, Mrs. Jonnie Mae Stricklandand
:ach had a cake. One decora- i
was II
M. O. Harrell and William, M. D. Spooner at Pahokee, and cleaning up and fixing up a Sun- Wilbur :Mobela of Jackson- ,
in red and
white and the othern =
and Mrs. Cecil Moore went to Mr. and Mrs. A. Raulerson at day School room for their class.,, rile, and Mrs. Winfred Wilkinson I.
yellow and green. They were Okeechobee. I The G. L. Sapps of Heilbronn !
Jacksonville Monday. While there, Mrs. and Nan McPherson of Max-
nscribed," with "Happy Birthday I I Katherine Harrell spent Fri- Gainey enjoyed a visit from her visited the Lacy Normans one day ville. I 1t
eal and "Happy Birthday Sid-
last I 1i
I day and Saturday with Joyce son, Perry Gainey and his three-. week. reap cTCaEf
iey. Scholl in Starke. year-old son. Mark, of San Antonio Mrs. Lacy Norman spent the] i
Friends who attended the occasion Joan Scholl of Starke spent Texas. She returned to past week at Lawtey. to be at 7 Rd t t1IIIIIJI'
were: Ralphie Hazen, Re- Friday and Saturday with Polly I Texas with them and remained'the bedside of her father, who is I 4Wy si I
jina and Ramona HamJl, Patty,' there for ill. ,
Wait six weeks and had the very I b
nd Peggy Coram, Marsha and I I'Mcy ] I Quantity Rights Reserved Pricts Good Thru Sat.. Feb. 27 I
I i Noon Mott received word that pleasure of being there during the Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sapp and II
Green, Hilda Harrell, Gene his brother, Cleveland Mott had arrival of a new granddaughter children of Green Cove Springs I' 666. i I
elVin,,Gene John Davis Lewis, Susan, Tommyreen died Sunday night. I Cary Margaret, who was born to visited Mrs. Sapp's parents Mr. k ; The Wesson Oil ShorteningSNOWDRIFT I
Hazen Mrs. F. M. Sullivan is going to,Mr. and :Mrs. Perry Gainey on ,and Mrs. Lacy Norman While
Jnda Boyles Elaine same M TAI&.mwu MST ROIO
Dotty I
spend several weeks with her par- Jan. 26. 19C
lardee, and Jean Endicott. The 3LbCan
| ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ra-
arents who attended were Mrs.!I'born.. ....TTYT ..... TYY..9 FOR PROFITABLE CROPSUSE
V. M, Hazen, Mrs Guy Harrell,
|I Mrs. E. A. Pate of New Smyrna
|Beach was visiting Mr. and Mrs HIGHLAND O'SAGE DessertPEACHES

\V S. Suggs and family this: ..... .. '. ........ ...
Let Us Thoroughly 'I weekend. Mrs. Pate is the sisterof : By Mrs. Lacy Norman r" -'> :" .wn."w..W.WAW.' -' (!!":") NO 2% CartArmour's

Mr. Suggs. I ....... :: FeriiKiersPesticides E S 21C
WuAA 1... ..." ,MawvN .
Wash Your Clothes 'I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.G. .A.A..A.I I "aaMMNM1nWA.NAnMWN M.w.
E. Green and family were Mr. Birthday Party
9 Pounds and Mrs. and I Edna Boone celebrated !her
Tinney boys '
I Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Barnette and birthday anniversary wIth t j'j'i :
For 40c! boys of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.R. .(i party Saturday afternoon. ben 72bzKraft's
I K. Dukes and family of Lake, 13. Outdoor games and cont,-s>"I COR NED 8 E E EF F 39C
FREE Bleach If Desired! i Butler. Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, and were enjoyed with prizes h.tng I'I'I
eWe 'Mrs Mary Green. I i awarded to the winners Aft<-r
I 'the fun, refreshments were
Mrs. George Harrigan and son 51'1'I I
Will of St. Augustine were the Sunday'!ed by Maudie Smith and Mr- j! Salad DressingMIflACLE
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal:'j. D. Boone.

Dry Your Clothes and family. !i Xevrrhal I I L E W%HIP Pint 29C
For 20cIn Lester Mills and children were j I Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Harveyannounce
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley the birth of a daughter .
+'n.n." V.V'MUaa.w
and family Sunday. I Elizabeth Ann,.on Feb. 15 in StLuke's : 1a
New Automatic Driers! .. ,
= "" zJI'I'M'
i 0 Jill'sw.
Laverne Dyal spent the weekendin i Hospital Jacksonville. :
(Gainesville: v th his cousin,'Mrs. Harvey and baby returned 'xyJ.vxdenMpyd4nticiurnn i .saia :., Al .;t:
Mac McDavid. home from the hospital last Sat-
The ladies of Brooker who at- urday. Sold By FAB-U-LOUS ARMOUR'S Star
The Washeteria ,
tended the Starke Garden Club j| Mrs. Maudie Smith and daughter -
IVniple Ate. Starke Monday night were Mrs. Hewlett ohirley, and Mrs. J. D. Boone RBUILDERS SUPPLYCARL
Anderson, Mrs. \V. E. Bigham, were shopping in Gainesville last FAR CHILIWith
Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson, Mrs. week. JOHNS
Dave Green Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Mrs. Leonard Norman and Bee- -- -.- .

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gip! t'z Garden ClubCompletes I Mary Agnes Matthews get beautiful next week (the(room for improvement, you know

Plans I Is Party Hostess I.I yard, I mean) Starke ;s attractive -\j...

r For Beautification"The now, but there is anrays roynLIKE *

I I Miss Mary Agnes Matthews entertained 1- _.._....._ .
1 a few friends at an informal -
Planting and Care of \
II Spring Annuals", a talk given by party Saturday evening t
Miss I from 7 to 9:30 o'clock at the
N Prof. P. E. Parvin assistant professor
1 home of her '
parents, and Mrs.
at the Uni-
Gladys Mooty I of horticulture
I E. L. Matthews.
Phone 35 y versity of Florida, was a featureof
t the Starke Garden Club meeting Attractive arrangements o f [

Thomas I Monday evening in the Parish azaleas were used throughout the WRESTLING

House. party rooms for the occasion. ?
MorseSimpsonMr. Jr. Club To Install
Prof. Parvin gave an interestingtalk Bingo and other games were 1

and Mrs. William Reginald Officers Monday on the cycle of seeding, plant- played during the evening with

Morse of Starke and Fancy Gap, I i The Junior Woman's Club will Weds r ing, transplanting, dampingoffand I novelty prizes awarded to the i
of spraying of annuals. At the winners.At I
Va. announce the engagement I
at 8 o'clockin
meet evening
their daughter. Sylvia to AlbertR. the Monday club house. conclusion of his talk questionsand the conclusion of the games Don't miss any of the good ,

Simpson of Knoxville, Tenn., answers were given. refreshments were served.
will be Installed
New officers Shows WJHP-TV
son of Mrs. Wade Simpson and with Mrs. C. W. Webb District Ronald .i Mrs. R. F. Young, president on \

the late Mr. Simpson. Director from Jacksonville Beach, presided over the business meeting,Wesleyan Guild Channel .
Miss Morse is a graduate of when plans were completed for the, I
Stetson University, class of '49, Hostesses for the evening will Beautification Week program the Has Work NightThe We guarantee the finest
with major in sociology, and is first week in March. The Club
a Mrs. J. R.
A. \
be Mrs. Payne f Wesleyan Service Guild met
as claims Andrews will have booth reception<; possible.
presently employed Mrs. Charles Cowen, a at Tor de's
Chasteen, Jr., Tuesday night in the Methodist
examiner with the Social Security on Friday, March 5, where '
Miss garage
Mrs. E. V. Whittle, and Church educational building for We've had far more training
Administration at Knoxville.Mr. h plants will be given away free for
Dolores McKnight.Homemakers an oyster stew supper and work
Simpson is the owner and junior and senior gardeners. There I night. Hostesses on this occasion and experience in UHF I'
manager of Radio and Sound ClassIs will also be plants for sale at a
!were Mrs. Charles Fields and Miss
Service in Knoxville. low cost, and a bake sale sponsored 1 Carolyn Keen.Maybelle S than anyone else in this area.
The wedding will be an eventof EntertainedThe ,by the club.
I Roberts of the colored
early March
Homemakers Sunday School i I Those elected to attend the 28th 1 I church gave the :14: members pres- I
class of the First Baptist Church annual Garden Club convention in 1''ent on interesting talk about the

---- met recently at the home of Mrs I Orlando March 30-31 and April 1 j summer school she attended in
--. Russell Norman. Following the were Mrs. R. F. Young and Mrs. i Jacksonville and about the work Chas. C. SHEPHERDTV

i business meeting, games were en M. F. Hazen as alternate and delegates -,'.of the colored church and schoolin
::1.Hours l A Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum and
I joyed. this community.
0g s Refreshments were served by! ,5Y Mrs. Cesar Rivera. I
I t The Guild helped finance her
the hostess to Mrs. L. N. Pickering. i :Mrs. Quattlebaum, chairman of summer school course in Jackson- RADIO SEAT COVERS UPHOLSTERING

s teacher, and members of the class. the Spring Flower Show which 1 vUle.I .
The next meeting will be held will be held May 1 and 2, assignedher I
6 < at the home of Mrs. Don Patray. committees. A planning ses- PHONE 239 STARKE, FLORIDA
I z sion to discuss the Flower Show; wscs Notice

WMU NoticeCircles was planned for Monday evening I Methodist W.S.C.S. circles will
Miss Hlouise! Thomas, daughter matron of honor March 1 at 7:30 o'clock in the next In
hold their monthly meetings Tampa It's SHEP'S T V
of the First Baptist of Mr. and Mrs. B. T Thomasof Lavern Outlaw served as best ,home of :Mrs. S. E. Sparks. All 1 ;week at the following places:

WMU will meet Tuesday afternoonat Starke, and Ronald Andrews, man. members are urged to attend. I
in te educa-
Circle 1 will meet
Lost 3 o'clock as follows: son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley L. I I The bride chose for her wedding I Mrs. Sparks, library chairman tional building Tuesday morning

Lorena Epperson Circle with Andrews, also of Starke exchanged I a suit of powder blue, trimmed announced that the club library rat I 10 o'clock with Mrs. Merrill
in Minutes Mrs. James A. Lewis, Mrs. J. II marriage vows in a lovely i with rhinestone buttons and worn has been transferred to her home Leslie : -
t Struth and Mrs. Biggs as
duPre co-hostess. candlelight ceremony at 8 o'clock 'with a pleaded nylon blouse. and anyone wishing to order bookson hostesses.
Daisy Fowler with Mrs. E. C. last Friday evening at the homeof Matching accessories and a hat of gardening may contact her.
IT takes many an hour and Circle 2 will meet Monday afternoon -
Priest. Rev. and Mrs. S. E. Sparkson cinnamon colored straw with a I Mrs. R. F. Demorest announced'
a dollar to build an Ida Circle with Mrs. Freeman her outfit. Her at 3 o'clock at the home of
many I Darby Lafayette St. The double ring,,tiny veil completed that her 7th grade classes at BHS 5
automobile but, in one Register Sr., Mrs. Frank ceremony was performed by Rev. shoulder corsage was of white I have started a voluntary cleanupand Mrs. Albert Lee. .
.I I Hemingway co-hostess. :carnations. I 'j i Circle 3 will meet with Mrs. C
tragic moment it can be de- Sparks. improvement club for the T. '
I H. afternoon at 3
Quick Monday +
I Helen Masters Circle with Mrs. !
I The improvised altar stood in Mrs. Thomas mother of the school grounds. She asked the
stroyed and worse still, your I P. M. Barefoot. front of the mantel which was 'bride, wore a Navy blue suit with I Garden Club for donations of o'clock.

savings may be lost too. in a Doris Knight Circle will meet banked with magnolia leaves and ,Navy accessories and a rose ca- flowering plants to be placed at I

lawsuit. Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock in centered with an arrangement of mellia corsage. I vantage spots around the school. the impromtu visit of the Brooke:

the educational building with Mrs. white\ chrysanthemums and gladioli. !1 Mrs. Andrews mother of the .This clean-up group uses the Garden Club at this meeting. i
Let us provide you with com- Orie Wiggins and Mrs. R. O. Dans- Candelabras tied with white:bridegroom chose a powder blue 'motto "Clean up More for '54". I During the social hour the M1

plete Automobile Insurance.: by as co-hostesses. satin ribbon and holding tall burn- ,,linen dress with white accessoriesand I The local Garden Club enjoyed I hostesses served refreshments.I&CjtAbLtCbr. ?FF nil/ 11

ing white tapers were placed at a pink camellia corsage. -. r1 ,Fun" ''I
Executive BoardThe each end of the mantel. I After a short wedding trip. Mr. I 111 1 ,111/IF 1 (11111' / 1/ 1 1.1, ul

Mrs. Lavern Outlaw wearing a 'and Mrs. Andrews will be at home ou
executive board of the teal blue suit with white accessories I at 769 N. W. 102nd St., Miami

H. C. WALLAGENCY Starke Woman's Club will meet and a corsage of pink ,,while Mr. Andrews is in the Marine Join The Beautification Drive
Thursday afternoon, Mar. 4 at camellias attended her sister as''I'Corps..
3:30: o'clock at the club house. I
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Mrs. Haynes Honored I Mrs. Annie Colson I I
Phone 146 Recent Birthi At Stork ShowerI I Honored On Hope Starkeites will go all out I Sorry to hear that Ruth and '

200 E. Call Street of BirthdayMrs. next week during BeautificationWeek j William Morse will be leaving We Have the Tools and Supplies You Need To Make
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dampier when there will be these .
an overall -
parts have sold
Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. the j They
Starke the birth of a was Annie Colson, whose 80th Your Home and Premises More Beautiful
Lake City announce clean-up, paint-up and beauti- their Crescent Court and after
I Clinic guest Thursday eveningof birthday anniversary was Tues 1 And
son on Feb. 8 in Doctors last week 'at a lovely stork day, Feb. 23 was the honor guestat I fication campaign the Garden |March 15th will divide their time

-.. shower given by Mrs. Vernon Sil- a family gathering last Sunday, I Club will do its part by giving !between Barberville, Fla. and

cox, Mrs. Leslie Biggs and Mrs.H. which included her daughters and away free plants next Friday ;Fancy Gap, Va., where they have See Us First For Lowest Prices
Years Of Priceless H. Adams at the home of the their families of Jackspnylle.Those \ I at Torode's garage for junior and homes .. Dr. A. Y. Covington
latter. senior garden enthusiasts this plans to attend the Nat Guard
present were Mr. and Mrs.S. I PLASTIC
Azaleas were used in decorating: D. Carver Mr. and Mrs. Al I will be a good time to get our 48th Division Officers staff assembly GARDEN HOSE, 25 ft. 3.95

Research Work by The Elgin Na- the home for the occasion. The i Shortz and children and Mr. and outside Spring cleaning done ear- I In Savannah Ga. on Saturday 50 ft. 6.75;
: ,and I
ly. Sunday hear that
dining room table was overlaid Mrs. Henry Seouhl; also her son
tional Watch Co. Gives You A Truly LAWN
with a linen cutwork cloth and and wife Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Col- Got a kick out of the letter Gayle I Lyle Anderson is going to sea SPRINKLERS 2.75

Remarkable Watch From Elgin'sExclusive centered with a pink stork around I son of Ocala. Guissinger sent to her parents, March 1st for a nine weeks cruise .

<< :Design Studio which were pink-azalea blossoms I Her chijdren presented Mrs.: Col- the W. B. Sewells, reporting that I to Cuba.
Mrs. O. L Haynes celebrated her NACO FERTILIZERComplete
interspersed with miniature baby son with a beautifully decorated when
and Roger arrived in
shoes. Mrs. A. N. Holliday pre- birthday cake and an orchid cor- birthday on Feb. 18 when a few
New Elgin Watches with sided at the silver coffee service. !.Baton Rouge from weir honey-I friends dropped In Eddie Hart- Line off
Appropriate sage.Her moon, laden down with wedding mann celebrated his 12th on Feb
games were played other sons, R. L. Colson of
THE MILLION DOLLAR LOOK during the evening and prizes Gulfport, Miss., and J. Y. Colsonof gifts, they found that Roger's 113 with a party for 12 of his young GARDEN ;FEED AND SEED
mother had friends the
thoughtfully equipped youngsters enjoyed -
were awarded to Mrs. Gene Long Pensacola were unable to be I
and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr. present, but called during; the evening -'. their kitchen with breakfast fare a weiner roast and games with ALL KINDS OF STOCK FEEDSgfts
Little As of coffee, prizes being awarded to Barham
As $33.75 Mrs. Haynes received many to wish her many more happy consisting bacon, eggs I
lovely and useful gifts from the years. and bread but when the two Biggs Jimmy Lawson, Caro'
20 I prepared to cook breakfast their.Temple. Bob Smith and :Man-
The hostesses
ELGIN WATCHES has the Million Dollar Main Spring guests. presentedher
first morning they found to their Katherine Walnwright Larry
with a bottle sterilizer as a
Break Service.
That Will Never in Woodman Circle
memento of the occasion. dismay that they didn't have a Goodge will be two years old on. THE (

Presented through the courtesy of Elgin National To Sponsor ShowThe coffee pot or frying pan to their Feb. 26 and on Monday afternoon I SJPLMake
Martha Fusan Ritch celebrated
Watch Co. and their authorized dealer and distributorin PresbyterianVomen I __
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Supreme Forest Woodman Hear that Bob Wiggins will ar- birthday with a party for nin I ------ -------- ------- -- -
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Starke and Bradford County Meet'In ChurchThe Circle met in the hall Tuesday eve- rive home Sunday from San Diego of her girl friends games wer" I ------_--
ning with all the officers present. ;where he's been in the Navy played with a- -w.---.F -3 TCT k. -.s"' -
Terry Dea Duke being

SEE; THESE ELGIN WATCHES IN OUR STORE OR Presbyterian Women of the During the business meeting training: school since Sept h-(

I WINDOW AND BE CONVINCED THAT Church met Tuesday evening in I Katherine Colson was initiated. I will be home a week before reporting prize winner. Home Improvements

QUALITY HAS NO SUBSTITUTE the Sunday school room for their and plans were made to sponsor a, back to San Diego have Well be sure to remember to :I

regular monthly meeting.Mrs. minstrel show for the benefit of you spotted Martha Yanoey with II

Guy Andrews president, buying chairs for the WOW Hall. j[(her new look hair-do? Husband 1 ,I ON CREDIT TERMS

Ed Simpson Gem JewelrySTARKE'S presided over a short business All members are asked to attend Ned comments "It'll grow out" II I I

meeting. Mrs. Evalyn Cooper l a practice meeting for officers and,(however it's the newest rage and Curves !

LEADING JEWELER ,. gave the devotional. Mrs. Lonnie j'drill team Tuesday evening at 7:30: friend husbands will have to put r E- =

Fullwood gave an interesting pro- o'clock. I I J j up with it Mac Futch had a .
The House of Fine Diamonds gram on "The Heritage of Our I The hostesses. Miss Williemae:'narrow escape Saturday evening

Christian World". Mrs. Cooper I Judd, Miss Voncile Kelly and Mrs.I'I'when. while dodging a cow on the Plus Dots ti'J
requested that children's clothing' Clyde Tomlinson invited the members new Blanding highway he overturned } 1 A $

to be sent to India to be left at present out to a drive-in for,I his car in.the ditch won-

--- the Manse. dinner after the meeting was over. :der what happened to that No

Mrs. David Montgomery, hostess, Fence Law that was passed sever- and Dash J1-

rBANKING served refreshments during the,OES NoticeThe al years ago and which is never +, /
THE GOLD PUSH M CALIFORNIA BROUGHT social hour.UDC enforced out on that highway???

TO THE WESTERN FRONTIER 1 Order of the Eastern Star And speaking: of lawenforcement Style 8810Curving 7 -

/JMONQ THE PIONEER BANKS WAS To MeetThe will hold its regular meeting Mon irate residents and touristsare lf

VVEItS.fiiflGO & CO..WHICH ALSO f day, March 1, at 9 o'clock in the still wondering where the loc- I
OPERATED fOOO STAGE COACHES W. T. Weeks chapter, U. D. al gendarmes were last Fridaynight
MD THE FAMOUS c. will meet with Mrs. George Temple. special ob- when pranksters M the air
Roberts In Lawtey on Wednes- servance originally set for this out the tires of 50 to 60 cars all
1 day afternoon, March 3, at 3:30: meeting has been postponed to a around town during the night???
Val o'clock at the club house. later date. Sorry to hear that little John I r

.Anderson is confined with the I y SPRING IS JUST AROUND
I mumps Etta Fay Gill has returned -
home from St. Vincent's THE CORNER .

III 11F I EL RANCHO hospital and is getting along fine Get Those
Donnis Epps underwent an Fix-Ups Done Early This Year. Well)

4 ,I RESTAURANT operation Monday In St. Vincent' I lines are the most Help By Arranging Small Monthly Terms.

I and is expected home this charm to .' .
? way pay com- A Car Porte "
u. S. SOl at N. City Limits end. wt'ek-j pliments to ycur feet

I Starke, Fla Congrats to JoAnn ( witness this summer dress A Modern Kitchen

and Marion York who arc the I sanda! that coils after Wall
curve Paneling for the
Most banks now provide services beyond "tradi- Special Sunday DinnersSANDWICHES 1 proud parents of a son born Mon- curve irto a cool and Living RoomYou
day in Fernandina hear that
:- the youngster is the first boy fetching pattern. A high can for these improvements
tional banking". {We invite you to use our pay at only $3.44 per
BAR-B wedge heel adds to the
I QUE born to the Andreu family in 44 hundred dollars per month.
services. CHICKEN: & RIBS years! hear that James Phillips flattery of course. White
modern banking Safety Deposit Boxes y
surprised Betty Ann by getting leather. Lo. Medium and
Curb Service 3-12 P.M.
& home a day: earlier! then expected < High Wedge Heels. Wide Come over to our store. We'll show
for rent $3.60 up per year.FLORIDA you on paper
Onen 6 A.M. 12 P.M. El Rancho Steaks after 18 months in Okinawahe Variety of Styles and exactly what your payments for materials will be.

.- will report to Biloxi. Miss! I Colors. : Well show you how to do the work yourself-To
Mar. 30th Lillian Stump
THOMAS Steaks on
Save Labor Costs.
and bookie Fowler were in Tampa -
RESTAURANT Chops and ': Sunday and Monday attending 3.98 j jBotv I'I .

a buyers convention One
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BANK at STARK t" I ir ste. Fla. Seafood ;|I Ransom in Ruby is the Johns new shop beauty. .operator see- I foolery STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone

Harold Crews now working for
OPEN ?t MTXS DAILY Specializing In ;

Member Florida National Group i i'' OWXEIl. F.. SATED AND Weekday & Sunday 1 Central Thuck Lines Made AT T III I Chasteen Is helping out with the Starke Fla. I
i STAFFED PY i,"C 1L PEOPLE DINNERS bookkeeping at Brownlee ware- Starke, Fla.i. .

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Mrs. L. N. Sigman of Social Mrs. Edward Charbonneau of FOR CO. COMMISSIONER! predated. NOTICE I Dated this 19 day. of February
Circle and her house DISTRICT FOUR I -Stafford I:* Crews. la Clreatt Court BradfordFhirMai Gxaly, 1S54.
Ga. spent from Friday to St. Petersburg I hereby announce my candidacy In fhBry OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Tuesday with her sister, :Mrs. W. guest, :Mrs. Clementine Bi&so of for County Commissioner, District Drexal McLean Hinson. Pl< .ntiff. Clerk of the Circuit Court

G. Haile, and :Mr. Haile. Evanston Ill.. will arrive the weekof Four subject(Theressa to the, Hampton.will of the Graham Demo-), I I la Florida Circuit !Court. Ckaarerr Bradford Coaatr. vs. Eloulse Hinson Defendaot. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 2/26 4t Clerk.3/1)

6. ICAIN Sgt. and Mrs. J. D. Smith and March 7 to be the guests of If cratic elected voters, I in the May primaries. Caroline Belle Gill. Plaintiff vs. >*tlr* To Appears Case No. 10-345
lJ promise to render the I''William David Gill. Sr.. Defl'ndant.Case .
daughter, Judy, of Jessup, Ga. Mrs. Carrie Ward. same faithful service to the peopleof No. 10-377 To: Eloise Hinson. whose residence -

THE NEWS spent the weekend. with Mrs. Laura Miss Montie Hutchings of whole'my that district I have and done the county in the past as a Order Aaarmri Of Publication State Of Florida And Aotlo Tel T* ville. North and address Carolina.You is.: Rt. 1, Vlhte-I

Tison. Gainesville was a weekend guestof cooperation and support. William David Gill Sr., whose are hereby notified
suit for Divorce has Been filed DE--
-Jessie [
K. Chastain. I
Mrs. W.. F. Swinyer of Los her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Service residence Station and address 1200 is: N.c/o Rogers Slappy against you in the above named
i Gatos, Calif. will arrive FOR SCHOOL BOARD Co>-.rt and cause and you are required !
mim Monday Hutchings. Drive Albany Georgia.You
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flyim, Maurice Edwards was in Or- I hereby announce my candidacy to serve a copy of your an.
for visit with her sister, Mrs. W. Brassieres $2 at Leilas for are required to appear on the '
member to
a Strapless of the Board of Public swer or pleading complaint
Jr. and lando business the week March 29, 1954. in the above named
JL -son, Reggie, of Tampa on over I ,
Instruction the Plaintiffs
District No. on Attorney It
1 Lawtey
II H. Kollman, and Mr. Nollman. Dress Shop. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff For
spent the weekend with the senior I and Bradford County. I have worked Evan T. Evans. 103 Lay Ex-
end.Mrs. Rev. L. D. Haines, S. L. Peek Mr. and Mrs. Reid Shytle (the in the school system for five seeks divorce, custody. and control I change Building, Jacksoavllle,
U. A. Mrs. T. J. minor cbltd.Bradford
Flynns. Joyner, years as a bus driver and with the of Florida. I' Crops & Livestock
Jr., Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs. Paul former Pollet and chil- Telegraph shall
Shirley ) County
Mr. and Mrs. Jewett Fogg and Murray and Mr. and Mrs. Leon maintenance department. I feel and file the original In the office of I
Raymond, Mrs. L. N. Pickeringand dren of Orlando spent the week- that I know most of the problems publish this Order in next four ; the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
Mrs. Millie Fogg visited Mr. and Joyner and .chlldren of Bartow facing the schools in this| county. weekly Issues.
before the
Mrs. T. B. Harding attendedthe end here with friends and relatives. I am a home owner of this Witness my hand and official
Mrs. Norman Johns in Lake Butter I were weekend guests of Mrs. Mary county 2S day of March 1954; Gainesville Production
and have been seal at Starke. Florida, this Feb.
and a resident all of
Baptist Sunday School conven- Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins my otherwise the allegations if saleComplaint
on Sunday. Be&sent. life. I am 35 years old and have 24, 1954. Credit Association
and tion at the First Baptist Church, children visited Mr. and Mrs. John worked with the boys and title of uFJ ICIAL.SEAL) Charles A. Darby will be taken as confessed -
Mrx and Mrs. H. K. Davis were Mr. Mrs. R. O. Dansby visited the county and feel that I under Aa Clerk of said Court by you. 629 N. Main St
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Had- Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Williams Lake City, on Monday. After the Moyer in Jacksonville Sunday. stand them and their needs. I also By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk This notice shall t-e publishedonce Gainesville Florida
meeting Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. Raymond Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn of have two boys whom I expect to be Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Bldg., each week for four conaecutiit ,
den in Jacksonville on Sunday. in Lake City on Sunday. educated in this school system. If Jacksonville Florida. weeks In the Bradford County Tele
Ily-Gro, Oro-Tooe, Magic Bloomat Mrs. P. M. Barefoot visited Mr. Mrs.. Pickering and Mrs. Jacksonville: spent the weekendwith elected I promise to work with the Attys. for Plf. 2/26 4t S/19 graph.
Harding went to the VA hospitalto Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson.Mr. other Board member for the betterment -
StstronVfc and Mrs. ).. A. .Brown in Gaines- of the Bradford County school I --a
visit Newsome R. Mrs. Lewis Smith of
Ray C. and
and system.
Mr. end Mrs. Clyde Dobbs ville on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Dampier and Alfred Hudson who overnight guests I will appreciate your continued
childreh''of''Gainea ViUe' were"dinr Miss Dolores McKnight was the: Tampa were Your vote and support on May
are patients there. Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Row the 4th appreciated.
ner guests Thursday evening guest of Miss Sue Biggs in St. -Truman Norman

last week of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Augustine over the weekend. Oranges, Satsumas and Grape- land.Mr. -
fruit Trees at Sistrunk's. and Mrs. Donald Whittbeck FOR corvnr COMMISSIONERDISTRICT
Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and TWOI I
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Faulk daughter Sylvia, spent from Mrs. Crosby Dawkins and of Staunton. Va. are spending the hereby announce my candidacyfor
daughter Janelle, of Jacksonville weekend with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. County Commissioner District I NO COLDS FOR
and daughters of Thursday to Monday in Winter Two (North Starke) subject to the
I spent the weekend with Mr. and Haven with friends and also visi- spent the weekend with :Mr. and I Stump. Mrs. Whittbeck is a will of the voters IT the Democratic MEMMOMSWITCHED
Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Mrs. Noll niece of Mr. Stump. primaries. If elected to this responsible -
Mrs. Maxie Carter. ted Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Alvarez in office I promise to give my +
Fort Xfvers. man returned to Jacksonville with Mrs. Ovid Bennett and son Ran- best efforts toward a progressiveand ; TO

her daughter Mrs. Dawkins, for dy, of Jacksonville are spendingthis Impartial administration of the x
60 gauge Kayttrr Hose $1.65 affairs of my district and the county MODERNOIL
rl Perfume That' Clings value $1 this Friday and Saturdayat two days' visit. week with her parents. Mr. as a whole. Your vote. and eup- 1 '
port will be appreciated.Ewell
Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and Mrs. and Mrs. FraZier Shaw. Mrs. Carl Lawson. ,
Leilas Dress Shop. ( +
Q Dear Penny: I adore perfume Misses Dorpthy Ross and Charles Darby of Starke. Mr. and i LaMar Johns and son, Dale, of I C HOUSEHEATING

JJ but for some reason or other thy Alvarez visited Dol'O-l Mrs. Terry Fugate of Chiefland. ,' Gainesville were also visiting Mrs. FOR DISTRICT SCHOOL THRKE BOARD I
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chambliss Tuesday.See 1 nereoy announce ply canaiaarv /
does not last on Johns' parents on
IU ragranee just Alachua and Gainesville on Sun- lor scnooi uoara. uistrict inree
I and :Miss Ruby Fugate of Jackson- No-iron Cotton Plisse
me. I have told several of my our ttsrooxer. new niver euoject to
day.Mr. ville attended Petti- the win ot the voters in tne Democratic -
a family reunion panel slips, $2.98 & $3.98.
and Mrs. Paul Raymond I
friends that I want a new perfume primaries May. i am a
Thursday of last week at the homeof skirts with panel $1.98 at LejlasDress me long: residence ot wraarora '|
but first I must find out about a and Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding 'I
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Spencer in Shop. county a veteran ot worm war sand |
I oneMrs. A. W. spent Sunday with friends in Jack I a member ot tne county item- [
lasting Jacksonville.Mr. of .
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Dampier octane s xecuuveommntee. iteiectea
A. A particularly good idea sonville.Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and Jacksonville spent last week with i win aevote tne necessary h F Fyi
and Mrs. Robbie Shaller time ana snort to serve tne people
for women who claim that perfume family of Jacksonville spent the their daughter-in-law, Mrs. R. C. 01 my .aisinci ana county to tne
ar" Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley and I
nest ot ,
does not "stay with them" is a weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Dampier while R. C. (Peewee) my aointy pieaging courteous -
children were dinner guests Sunday service ana impartial consideration /
Liquid Skin Sachet. It smooths on Hutto. I Dampier underwent a serious' at an times lour vote ana ,
of :Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til- support win oe aeepiy appreciated A hI
the skin very easily, and lingers ley in Jacksonville. 60 gauge Kavsor Hose' $1.65' operation in the Lake City VA :ana your contiaence win not oe

because of its sachet base. value $1 this Friday and Saturdayat Hospital. Mrs. P. A. Dampier., mispiacea. Mncereiy,
longer i Friends of Mrs John Milliganwill /
Ethan ,
I Leilas Dress Shop. here thoughout, A. Sapp. .
It has a slower rate of diffusion regret to hear of the death of also remaining
I i Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Miss An- this week. R. C. Dampier will b? FOR COCSTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT !
and evaporation than any other her mother, Mrs. :Marie Bullard. TWOI It
nie Darby visited Mr. and- Mrs. confined in the hospital for several : a.
fragrance. Try this Houbi- 82, who died Thursday at the home am a candidate for County Com-
type I T. J. Griffin and Dr. and :Mrs. C. months. missioner of District Two (Precinct _
gant Chantilly Liquid Skin SachetOnly of the :Milligans who are residing!C. Mendoza in Jacksonville on Sun- Mrs. Floyd Wiggins of New Two. North Starke) subject to the 6'r
!, ,
CANOVA .at Avery Inn. Burial was in Ever- will of the people in the Democratic I
$1.85 plus tax at River was visiting Mrs. P. D. Red- Primaries in May. The knowledgeof
cemetery, Jacksonville, on day.Mr.
PHARMACY. green and Mrs. R G. Davis of;dish on Tuesday. county affairs gained in my first
Saturday. I term should help me to better
Camellias and Azaleas at Sis- Crawfordville. La. were weekend Mrs. R. J. Davis of Gainesvill" serve you and I pledge my diligent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George effort to work for the good' of our
the weekend with Mr. and HOUSE
:trunk's.[ spent County. I appreciate the recognition -
Patten. Mrs. Edward Burns and other given our District by my
:Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morgan of
[selection as Chairman of the Pv? >ard
I Mrs. C H. Quick. Sr. the
Jacksonville and Mrs. Felix Stras-I was friends here. ,of County Commissioners and I
of Mrs. Oscar Crews and 'solicit and will
burger of Aiken S. C., former I Mrs. Jack Scott of Jacksonvilleand and support. appreciate your vote
Florida 1 Mrs. R. E. Millen in Folkston. Ga.
residents of Starke were visiting Miss Beryl; Holland of Gaines- Respectfully HIATINGr
: I last week while attending the Centennial L. L. -
Mrs. Madge Futch and Mrs. S. E. :vine were visiting Mrs. Harry

Brownlee on Monday. ''I celebration. :Mooty Monday afternoon. FOR SPRrtOL BOARD [
I Chief and :Mrs. T. S. Hogsed of DISTRICT TIIREK
Prof. C. S. Carnell of Bethany. Capt. and Mrs. Fitzhugh Lee I hereby
I announce candidacyfor
THEATRE Starke Parris Island S. C. spent the weekend -
W. Va., and Mr. and :Mrs. G. S.i ,and family of Lake City were Sunday member of the Roard of Puhlic !: /-
I with his mother, Mrs. W. B. Instruction Bradford County Fla.. tf
Carnell of Ormond spent Wednesday -i i guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.E. from District Three (Brooker. New ( \ '
To Community
-Dedicated I in Starke as guests of their i Parks. McKinney. River). If elected I will do everything ;ERlkt+tKENT PORTABLE
Service I I'I Mrs. Bertha Pearce returned : | In my power to prove mv sincere '
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. desire to serve you hope.'tiv. i INSTAttATtOS HUTltt : hJ- f .
home Monday after 12 days in '._.,
")!ode Are Better Than Ever"If T. Quigley. :Mr. Carnell returns faithfully and with a strong deter- .
I Fort Lauderdale where she was POLITICAL i: mination to improve our schools. ' I to his home in West Virginia Friday 11 i; earnpstiv elicit vnr vot and + .. cfieapettvevva w
I by plane. II visiting her sister, Mrs. W. T. ANNOUNCEMENTS support in the coming election. (ra6tSdantr. afaltlJvsi.ie'.': -
Saxon, who is recuperating from -Howard C. Douglas. ,
I itootl armd ja 6p,
you find your name concealed Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns ;
in the Florida TheatreAd I an operation. FOR SCHOOL BOARD { Ou4ty># fdewstyt4d"is.
and of Gainesville
son Larry '
Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines, Mrs. DISTRICT THREEI vidie'vwy iibrieesloiredets+, IS BEST FOR FLORIDA
cut ad out and present spent the weekend in Starke with 't7atidefeieek.Ieasa cY
I hereby announce my canrtidaov y gta'ar t>nieAas
to Box Office for FREE relatives. I Ada Alexander, Mrs. W. B. Mundy.Jr. for hereby School announce Board from my candidacy District for member of the School Board, I rrt otl, aq BY BIER)' TEST-
I ., and Mrs. N. S. Dankel attended Three ( District Three (Prooker. New I.
TICKETS. I See >,r No-iron Cotton Plisse theewiIlnof theeDemerat. River) subject to the will of the { frtlerY saaltag elePF
the Sunday school convention subject! ,yro0tiie' fa ; efI Ys. i+i l Baptist oe
panel slips, $%.98 & $3.98. Petti- II I ic voters in the May primaries. I voters in the May nr >nsrieg Tf ''" FAST CI.4fI CHEAP
in the Baptist Church in Lake feel that I am well qualified for this elected I promise to faithfully dis- ,
skirts with panel $L98 at Leilas I position and, if elected, will serve charge the duties of the office for
Frl. Sat Feb. 26-27 Dress Shop. I City on Tuesday.Mr. the people of my district and the the benefit of the people of my district .y t> "Ift
Hatha- the best of and the count at larfre. Your
and Mrs. Thurman county at large to my _
Bftf DOUBtET: FEATURE -Miss Sylvia, Morse of KnoxvilW. Ga. ability. vote"'and support will be deeply ap-
and children of Macon I GREEN. IfFLORIDA
-A. L.
Tenn. was home for the weekend way SEE YOUR DEALER i
the weekend with Mr. and ;
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. spent
TONTO BASIN R. Morse. Mrs. Calvin Johns. TODAY!
Mr. and Mrs, G. L. Carlton of CONTEST WINNER : I
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray and I
Va. spent last week with
sons of Jacksonville spent Sunday Norfolk\ ,
Mrs. Jerry Gay, -4r. b r.svv
with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. their daughter I

and Mr. Gay. .. ._ ._ .
With the Range Busters I Pecans, Persimmons, Pear Treesat -.- = -- ,::_- --:'-: =-. -' ::- :=' j :: :.:: r',.; ':.- :::.:::' : :::: '-- .:. ---- ,- I

AND A Three Day4 Mr.SLstrunk's.and Mrs. G. K. Bennett of Phone 53

Tampa spent Tuesday with Mr. KOCH'S DRUG STORE

Cough Is Your and Mrs. Junius Smith. Starke, Fla.

h ) Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Howe. .

Danger Signal i Jr. and son, David, of St. Augustine : : ". I WE HAVEJacksonville
: ;r
were visiting the senior Howes ._ 'i SHOP HERE
Creomulsioa relieves promptly because .1 _
it goes into the bronchial system to over the I Li : ,I Prices
Mrs. W. P. Styers returned AND
help loosen and expel germ laden ? .
phlegm and aid nature to soothe and her home in Shelby N C after r m

MMee nuwcnu umu ncnwu membranes.heal raw, tender Guaranteed inflamed to please bronchial) three weeks visit with Mr and ._I. __ __- J SAVE MONEY Compare These Prices

Plus "Margo Slept: "('re" Cartoon or money refunded. Creomulsioa you has Mrs J. E. Hildebran.

and Chapter No. 6 Serial stood the test of millions of users. Mrs Louise Wilson of Elmira .
''N. Y., who has been visiting Mrs

CREOMUL'SIONCoughs Marion Howe the past several '

-RILEY-WASDIN nbcm Chest Colds, Acute Bronchitis !months has gone to Miami tc FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALSCream

I remainder of the wintei
Sun., Mon. Feb. 28., Mar 1 I spend the -
with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Howe

ViUJK .R BROS........(">t Mr. and Mrs. William Withers

"'JAN GORDON !I FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S of Melrose Park, HI. and Mr. an 3 Pints Ice 69CI

Mrs. James Toppins, Jr. and children

POV/ELL/ *MAC RAE I JUST ONE of Jacksonville were recenl t .: I

guests of Mrs. Mayme Toomey.

13sAIL FRIGIDAIREMade Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAlilej Shown above is Mrs. J. M.\ Edwards Jr., first place winner $1.39 Value NEW LOW PRICES

RS only by General and children are visiting his brother ,. t in Monarch Spelling Bee Contest, being presented her I ITCH SHAMPOO 98c

AND A GIRL' Motors Corp. All other Maj. and Mrs. Charles C. Me prize i of a Monarch sewing machine by Mr. H. A. Fraden, -

Electric Refrigerators are Aliley in Mcbile, Ala. this week. i assistant manager. of Acme Stores, Jacksonville. COLGATES( CHLOROPHYLL

...TECHNICOLOR JjJ made by other companies Miss Frances Morgan's pictur<> (

I .. ,. -.,. _. '" ..,,- .., -' ,' 'l'; lOc
i !
..I.GENE md cannot use the word appeared in the Follies 1954 program '____ _. i.>;_:1'_!: _.:_ -iiA:: 'i' ?i .: --

-ML.Sy NELSON swLl'ttN/mIClGMn Frigidaire. sponsored by the GainesvillJr. e POCKET COMB 3c TOOTH( PASTE
-- -
Mea I UONUO_MM;HUH,nniMi Welfare League. : I
.., .. .
"" -- MKH M In 1II1II
9 -
Strapless Brassieres $2 at Leila
'Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE ,
Plus "Swinffshlft Cinderella" Cartoon Dress Shop. 1 1f

ADd Latent World News ? ? Mrs. J. J. Brannen of HamptonMr. : RAT 5c43c Size Only 27c

THEN SEE : and Mrs. Gordon Weest ol BED ROOM TAIL COMB -

Miami Mrs. T. F. Brown and sor

I 1. H. SMITH of Moore Hampton and sons and Mr.of Archer and Mrs.visited Cecil 1 $1.40 69c Size Only 47c

Tuesday Wednesday Thurs. I .
1 Mrs. D. W. Moore during last GROUP

March 2, 3, 4 Tenth aid Temple Ave. weekend.Mr. FLEETS SODA1.29

THREE BIG DAYS I Starke, Fla. and Mrs. Wm. Withers of Phone 80 Starke Fla. I ILl 89c Size Only 63c

Melrose Park. HI. visited St

With Esther Williams In I I Augustine. Orlando. Tampa and sT was 169.95 I IIVANITY $1.00

Daytona Beach and returned to

James O. Toppins, Jr. I-VANITY BENCH 2-60c

x r, Carl Roberts an Ambassador was recently of Morocco appointed MATTRESS 1-COIL SPRINGS NO\Rf H99S 100 PHILLIPS Drene SHAMPOO 69c

/ ;rTblets; -
Temple Jacksonville, bv Poten- 1-BED SPREAD 83c

ToitLOVE tate W. J. Owens. Mr Roberts is s 2-PILLOWS
also a life member of the :Morocco ---.-
$1.23 JERIS:
/ All Occasions I Temple Shrine Band. $1 41
|: Mrs. D. E. Knight and Hollis V

"..-, PHONE 218W Knight attended a memorial! service SSS TONIC 1.19 COMBINATION only 79c

ESTHER YIWAMS in Lake Butler Thursday honoring ,

three deceased members of the
1JONHSON \ WOW: Judge A. Z. Adkins, D E

To 1MAR1INe i 'Knight and V. R. Reddish.Mr. "- WE SPECIALIZE I IN PRESCRIPTIONS

and Mrs. P E. Smith of
Mriarimr, I I Ij
Allentown. Pa. were Sunday guests Ij j
I DISH GARDENS lot Mr. and Mrs. J. E. H'Jdebran.j j !
POTTERY j Hollis V. Knight Jr. of Ft Jackson I Ii i

!I S. C. spent Sunday and Monday tft'L: !

POTTED PLANTS 'i with his father, H. V Knight +' I

FILMED IN FLORIDA i I I I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. R.

i Flowers WiredAnywhere Hutchings are Mr. and Mrs. W Koch Store
rb Picture Everybody Has Been : Drug
Waiting For! I S. Robinson of Dupo. HI., Mrs.

; I Joe Avery of Phoenix City, Ala, t s .rture
Pins Cartoon and Latest .. : i
a St. Starke Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hooten of '!

Eustis, and Mrs. R. G. Dodson and .

o "t- :t- t sons of Trenton. .;.-_ __ _--- --- -'. ---=-: --' -: ='::: ----''_::. ir:: '.:: -::_ -.::=- _= :. :-':. -, .L.:']

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w.v..vmmvvvn.ay.mKeystone perch in about two hours on Saturday j .yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.yyy I FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26, 1954This

morning.We I __
Heightsby hear there are several'cases LONG BRANCH '
of mumps in town.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Treible and
Sirs. Mrs. J.
Sara McDonald by u Strickland x ,
Mr. and Mrs Lee Emanuel of Orlando Ca- : t
AkAAA WLLl1AlU11Mrs. were weekend guests of j

Eula Walker has returned Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elliott. .ALA y f! !
Mrs. H Ownbey who was in a f F
from a visit to Georgia. Mrs. The W. M. U. of the Ebenzer I
Barwick Jacksonville hospital for an operation ::: 1
accompanied her home Church held its regular monthly
end will stay for some time with returned home last Sun- meeting Sunday afternoon. ,
her. day and is reported doing well .,
Nellie Wilkinson is in a New
Mr. and Mrs. Axel Malmgren,Mr. Ownbey's mother, Mrs. Eve- Orleans hospital for a check .
have lyn Ownbey, is staying with them up. r' 3 8,
had .
as guests'Mr. Malm- She has been having a great deal s
gren's brother E. G. Malmgren, for a short time. of trouble with her head and back. c !
and his wife from Chicago.Col. Earl Meckun of Pittsburgh is Doctors in Jacksonville sent her ,
and Mrs. in town for few days visitinghis
Rundell who have a to New Orlenas to see what can r
been staying at the Lake Geneva sister, Mrs. Margaret Tracy.A be done.
Apartments, have returned home. delegation of property owners I ;
Mr and Mrs. John Denmarkleft on Keystone Lake 'Visited the Pearl Mosley Is improving nicely I II
she suffered re
this week for New Orleans. City Council at its last meeting from the
Mr. Denmark will enter the clinic Francis Clark acted as spokesmanfor cently. I
there. the group and asked that Gertie Faircloth and Bessie

Mrs. J. A. Williams was In the the council do something about Strickland have been on the sick

hospital in Gainesville last week lowering the level of the lake. list for a few days. :
for three days for minor surgery. The council promised to look into 1 Daisy Lang was in Jacksonville :
The P. T. A. will hold a dinner it Whether as a result of that I Friday on business, also Dub

in the Woman's Club on Friday meeting or of some other England.Ella .
night Tickets are $1 for the level of the water in factor'l Carter and her daughter-
adults and 50c for children, .I has dropped several inches in-law, Hildred, called on the ; i ie
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey E. Willis past week. Property owners are'I Stricklands last week. Ella was :

were in Keystone Heights over hoping that the drop will con hunting seed beans. We were I'I
the weekend. tinue and that it is in time to sorry to tell her our beans failed : :

Fish were biting last week.I save the pines along the lake too.A I i
One party caught 12 nice speckled{shore.That's letter from our,_daughtermine .
( and Jim's son .!jura. A. A.
I Strickland better known here as

Our BusinessIf Loreia, states they have two sons ; ::
I now instead of one John Allen,
It's Glass We Have It! born Jan. 22.

/ ,/lc CALL WRITE or VISIT At this writing my mother

seems to be worse.

Joe Peters Glass Co. here Buddy getting and ready Jake to Wilkinson farm. are

We Design Modern Store Fronts 'It i if

Just Mail Us A Pattern for r..vIIEILBRONN t

Table Tops QY : :

1313 NW 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 J tx
By :\frs. Ancel Norman I

.. w Y c

Baptist Church will I: t ,,'

MOVINGLOCAL observe its annual Homecoming I y+ t

Sunday March 7. The program :

will begin at 10 o'clock and continue / a. <
a Safe PHONE throughout the day. Every-

OR C Dependable body is cordially invited to attend.

LONGDISTANCE EconomicalR. 311 Rev and Mrs. J. E. Ldngerfelt
were dinner guests of Mr.and Mrs.

B. Alvarez OR Sinclair Mosley Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers and o In a world torn by strife and
Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J children of Jacksonville spent the IsThe it enhances my faith iu

Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO. weekend here with relatives. ._ humankind to see our people help each other cheerfully and enthusiastically
Marklee Norman was visiting

STORAGEPerryman ,J his mother, Mrs. Freida .Norman, through the American Red Cross. You who join the Red Cross

Monday.Fred Johnson was visiting rela- .."..? ignore all barriers and differences but you never ignore a plea for

Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida tives here Saturday. American help. You give your hetPfreeYf! because
Mrs. Freida Norman and daughter Way _yoiiwant_ _to. That is the
Linda were visiting LeRoy --- American way. (

". : '- : : > ,! :. .: .:./''- -_:. : ..<...: < .:..;:_ _-t _: c' :.. .>_ :: ;,.." Norman in Orlando last weekend 'Y -. J f- __, I

For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write Junior Mrs. B.G.T.L.U.Sapp class entertained with a social her : II am proud to be a member of the Red CrolsTb'ecause"' it_personifiesthe ..

,at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- American
I generosity of spirit, the spontaneous
outpouring of help
FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND mont Brown February 15. Aftera

number of games, soft drinks to others. America needs the Red Cross in so many ways-for disaster
enjoyed by the group.
2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla. Mrs. Louise Norman was hostess relief for its blood program, for service to the men and women in our

DEMPSEY R. SAPP. OwnerS for a Plastic Party at her home armed forces. I that
Friday night. Miss Delores New- hope each of you will join our Red Cross.

MOSS CONTROLPECAN man won the door prize. Mrs. 4

TREES SHADE TREES ETC. Mary Ella Watterson and Mrs. ((4
Bobby White won prizes in the LJlj- 1
Contact Us Now For Estimates games_that were played. ,

Termite ControlS Mr. and Mrs. Bobby White spent ,
Sunday in Jacksonville.la Answer PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Household & Commercial
the Court of the Coaaty Judge The Gill
Exterminating Bradford Coaaty, Florida IB

Rodent Control In Deceased.re.Probate.Estate of Noble Ray White, Join Your DRIVE STARTS MARCH 1ST

To All Creditor and Penoa Hav
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK ing Said Claim Estates or Demand Ag.in t Red Cross

You and each of you are .
hereby MRS.
claims notified and and demands required which to present any Chairman

either of you, may have agal'lst'the you or
l __ estate of Noble Ray White, deceas-
afrG ed late of said County, to the
1 Rom where I sit..Jy Joe Marsh ,Judge at his of office Bradford in the County.court house Florida --
$ of said County at Starke, Florida, Bradford
J within eight calendar months from County's Quota Is
F the time of the first publication of $2,545
Handy and shall be in writing and shall state
Easy the[ place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and
shall be sworn to by the claimant
v "Sign Up"driving His agent or attorney and
_. .. such claim or demand not so filed It Can Be
-- Raised If You
.-....', ,- shall be void. Do Your Part!
Olin W. : ,
Last White Pr. and
month's safety drive wu unsafe by rotting off the George Charles White,
a big (access-almost. Every one view around the curve. As Executors of the Last Will
and Testament of Noble Ray
schools ran movies From where I sit, lots of people White deceased..
on ufe driving Rotary put First publication February 1%.
-even though they mean wellsuft'er 1954.
2/12 4t 3/5
posteri and Handy and Easy from short-sightedness This Advertisement Sponsored As A Public Service By
Peters went out on their NOTICE OF PROBATE 0
own. now and again.For instance some IB the Conaty Jad< The boys put up a big sign by can never see any further than Estate Bradford of Noble County, Slate of Florida
the aide of the highway. It said, their own preferences. They even Ray White Deceased. -

"Slow down-the life you save to so far as to object to my choice The noaa State Intern of Florida.ted IB the To Eatate All Per.ef Charley E. Johns & Son Insurance Agency Andrews Motor Co.
may be your own." It was a good of a glass of beer with supper.Shouldn't Said DH'edeahYou
idea-after the are hereby notified that a
moved the
we always take the
written instrument
purporting to be
alga back twelve feet. long riewaDd respect oar the Last Will and Testament of said Drug Store Starke Builders Supply
decedent ha* been admitted to
In their enthusiasm Handy and Beighbors' rights? bate in said Court.
Easy put it too close to the You are hereby commanded with
road in six calendar months from the Chas. C. Shepherd Radio & TV
-in fact, right on the sharpest c9ce1t date of the first publication of this Slade Gas Co.Leila's .
CUT on the highway.They made notice to appear in said Court and
show cause if any you can, why the
action of said Court in admitting Western Auto Associate Store
said Will to probate should not Dress
C.pyrif K 1954, I'jutaf Stattt Bret Hn Foundatit stand unrevoked. Shop
(OFFICIAL SE\L Theron A. Yawn
County Florida.Judge, Bradford." -County, Harold C. Wall Agency
lr rsEADY By Betty A. Phillips Clerk. Warren's Super Shell
First publication on February IS.
1S54 2/1Z 4t 3/5 Gib Brown's Service Station

LIC IOUS! R 1 ER OT1CE February 19. 1954 Edward's Grocery & MarketEarl's
D Picked up on Bayless Highway
Fehruarv 7. 1 light red cow, staple Hardy Brothers Motor Co.
73ordells e fork under lilt in right ear. upper
miare left eAr contact Sheriffs Of GarageBroadway's
1 fice. u %/U
Ducky's Department Store
so-rirp OP i\Ti.'NTinN TO
cher1y1ca8amt .
Vrir nrnsrrn; .> i. hpcSiri FirrmotstM>en that the Service Station
and-r.il!"! *rl 11".r the provisionsf -
Central Florida Gas &
rhapt.r !:!no-.. Lawi of Florida Appliance Co.
"' \pts "f ion register with the
-- la rk ,' t.. lit Tourt in and Conway Service Station & Bus Depot '

1fir' for>', .adfnrd", ., .., ,Cmmtv, r itmof State of of publics Florin Seeber Goodman's Service Station
h i i tint of tW '!nt;I'e. the flotition*
'4k i;,me of Thorns Truck Termina' C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.
's L under which I am engaged in bus
m"'- on I I' *. Highway 301 south ot New Method Cleaners
F >r'da
pp 4 .t -' it the -, Ie owner of said bus i a
= West End
Grocery Service
-< Is. Station
a r- ?? 0">r.f.. Fla. Denmark Furniture Co.
T' .h.d th" lth:! day of February,
\ 1 p" on t-rke ETradford Coun

I ..'. ,f. %/1% 4t 3/5 Volley Starlings Grocery & Market Big Dad Manufacturing Co.

For an extra-luscious dessert -

buy Borden's Cherry Ice I FILL DIRT The Farmers Supply Masters Electric Service
Cream Pie! Ready-to-serve

.S enough for six! And only
'-_ E9c! Delicious, rich-tasting .oon; RICH Green's Grocery & Market Thomas Truck Terminal & Garage
Borden's ice cream combined '
03 SOILSee
with red, sweet cherries!
Serve it soon! El Rancho & Herb Thomas Restaurants Stefanelli's Grocery & Market

RTM I KCXSON Gem Jewelry Florida Power & Light Co.

7Jordeus Jack
ICE CREAM n 165 Conner Bros. Insurance Agency Bradford County Telegraph

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" Zion Church conducted the serv deuce and address is: Unknwoi and file the original In the officeof i maiden name I Notice T. Appear.
Presbyterian ChurchJunior You are required to appear on the Clerk of the Circuit Courton II has been filed agrt'.nst you in the : '
March 15, 1354 In the above named or before the above named Court and cause and res-idence I
ices.Mr. Overstreetand Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 22 day of March. 1954 you are required u serve a copy of Baysden I Houte 4, Kinston. North
Choir practice will not and Mrs. Billy seeks divorce. otherwise the allegations of said your answer or pleading to the com- Carolina.
be held this Friday. I children spent Sunday in Bradford County Telegraph shall Complaint will be taken as con plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney You are hereby notified that a
publish this Order in next four fessed by you. T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla. ; suit for Divorce
Sunday, Feb. 28, Sunday School Jacksonville with her sister, Mrs.C. weekly issues. This notice shall 'b. published tnd file the original In the offIceof bas been filed against you in the
9:45 11 Witness my hand and official once each week for four consecutive the Clerk of the Circuit Court on above named Court and cause and
: a. m. Morning Worship I '
G. Yarbrough and family. seal at Starke Florida this Feb- weeks in the Bradford. County Tele- or before the 2! day of March.: yoU are required to serve a copy of
ajn., sermon by Rev. J. W. Con- ruary 11, 1951.OFFICIAL graph. 154; otherwise the allegations of your answer or pleading to the
i guest preacher. ( SEAL) Charles A DarbyAs Dated this 17 day of February, said Complaint will be taken as con- iomplaint on the Plaintiffs
yers CARD OF THAXKSI Clerk of said Court 1954 fessed by you. Attorney T. Frank Landrum
Tuesday, March 2, Adult Choir By (OFPfCXAXtSBXL) Charles A. Darby>> Starke Florida
At The TabernacleThe Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Annual HomecomingAt friends This shku bo
wish to thank the many Charles R. Clerk of the Circuit Court notice publishedonce and file the original In the officeif
Mess 204 Life
I practice 7:30 p.m. who were so concerned for me Bid?., Jacksonville Florida. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk each week for four consecutive the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Heilbronn Soon at the Wednesday, March 3, Prayer Z/1S 4t 3/11 weeks la the Bradford County Tele- en or before the
local Gideon meeting while I was a patient in Doctors Attys for Plf. 2/12 4t 3/5 <___ crap 11.. 2! day of March mi;

will beheld Tabernacle last Friday night was Meeting 7:30 p. m. March meet- Clinic Hospital, and the various :NOTICE 10 APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEAR Dated this 17 day of February otherwise the allegations of said
I The annual Homecoming i ,ing Board of Deacons 8 p.m. In Circuit Court. BradUrd County I. Clreblt Co art. Bradford C..t. 1954. Complaint wi'l be taken: as confessed -
at Heilbronn Baptist Church|highlighted by the presence of the I groups and individuals who pre- I Florida la Caaac.rr. Florida IB Caaaerr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charlej A.Darby by you.
I I sented at the of Grace Edward Newman, Plaintiff, Emma Helen Morykon Hollook. Plaintiff Clerk of the Circuit Court This notice sttall be publishedonce
i/ on Sunday. March 7. There will beI(State President, Mr. Steinhaos of .....................Vn me Throne I Newman, Defendant. vs. vs. Nicholas Hollock. Defendant By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. each week for four consecutive
and dinner on the while I was on the operating table. Case No. 10-36 Z/19 4t 312fOTICI weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
all-day singing Boca Raton, and Fred Sacher of Case No. 103'7Notice .
1 The is invited. I Especially do I thank Dr. and Mrs I To AppearsTo Votlee To Appear TO,1PPl'AR of February,
residence 17 day
grounds. public each To: Nicholas Hollork.'hosE' :: Dated this
Park of 'the Palms. They PINE LEVELby Emma Newman, whose residence
I ,Calvin Houpt and the entire hospital and address is: Leigh Street. !. Circuit Court Fradford County 1954.
which the j and address Is: 151 Oaklane, Mountain Top, 'Pennsylvania I Florida IB ChaaevrT-, OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Methodist spoke briefly, after | staff who ,
ever ready
\ Church I were Hightstown, New Jersey You are hereby notified that a Felix Griffin. Plaintiff vs. Lottie Clerk of the Circuit Court.
testimonies of others was heard. :Mrs II. M. McRaeWAAAAWAAAAAAAALAAAA l day or night, at a moment's notice You are hereby notified that a suit fur I Mae Griffin, Defendant. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
t I II to I suit for I Divorce and restoration of Case No 10-S6J S/It 4t 3 U
serve me and make me as com- Divorce
Lakeland Dr. John Brown of Miami, a '
I Rev. Donald Mizell of :: .
fortable as possible under the circumstances I bas been filed against you 'n' the I
will be guest speaker at the Sun state officer of the GB fC, spokeat I above named Court and cause and
i t ', Rev. W. E. Hall and Mr. and j :My thanks to each 'you are required to nerve a copy of I

j day evening Church service of the the morning hour Sunday, and i Mrs. Lucian Conner and little son, I and every one of you and may your answer or pleading to the I r '
(I complaint on he Plaintiff's
I First Methodist Church on Sunday, the sponsor conducted the eve-!!Douglas, left Sunday night after God bless and keep you. J. W Attorneev ','. Frank Landrum New 54 Magic Chef
Willard. Starke. Florida
i Feb. 28 at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Mizell ning service. I'church services for Akron Ohioto I I I I.he
I' md file the
original in the
office of
I is a ministerial student at Florida I Visitors from eight states have attend a Fellowship Meeting i In The Circuit Court Of The Klchth I Clerk of the Circuit Court on
through Thursday. j JutMrial ( '>r before the
to view the painting. I Inni For Jlr.d-I
Southern College and is serving'I stopped lord 8 day of March, 1954.
County Florida. IB
as of the Lady Lake I"The Feast of Belshazzar", in Mrs.V.. E. Hall Mrs. Vara O. C. Cason and Maggie Caaun. his 'I'J otherwise the allegations of gal
pastor re-I Mitchell, and Mr. and Mrs.: H. M.I I wife Plaintiffs, vs Florida Land .Complaint: will > Aaken as contesa-
Methodist Church. :Mr. Mizell is 1'cent weeks. Suntime and Immigration Company of Florida I Jd by you.
McRae visited the bedside of Mrs. This .
notice shall b publishedDnce
i a corporation et al, Defendants. is NEWBeauty
from Lake Butler and his many printed in Jacksonville, recently I]Mollie Alvarez in a Jacksonville .\lTI'EThe each week for four consecutive
I i 1 weeks in the Bndford County Telegraph
friends throughout this section ::carried an interesting article tell hospital Monday. Mrs. Alvarez I The State Florida Of Florida Land aid To: Immigration I .
Dated this 3 day of February 1954.
will be glad of the opportunity to ing of a family passing through\suffered a heart attack Sunday tion,Company of Florida, a corpora- ,(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. JJaro)
I if In existence, and if nonex-
Clerk of th.
night. Pirruit C"ur'By
hear him I Starke and stopping for car re- istent. Its unknown successors,
preach. I Marian L. Crosby
I i R. had Deputy Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. R. Crosby trustees or grantees, and all other
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock i pairs. Wondering how they would, all of their family together last persons claiming by through or un- 2/5 4t 2/26 Lustrous

Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will i I spend the time while waiting, \ Sunday. Besides their family at der If dead It. W., hit H.unknown Dowling heirs if living at, law.and i I. Circuit NOTICE Court.-10 Bradford APPEAR Coantr, """' \"m\I.; \ \ "\\l

preach on tjie subject. "What must they passed the Gospel Tabernacleand i.home, there were their soninlawand devisers legatees or grantees and Florida I. Cttnnrrrr.Alice 1 .. .. o Lasting EfficiencyAnd
I I all other ,
persons claiming by .
Johnson Barnosky, \!' George !
the church do now?" found people going in. They daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kirby I through or under him: and llallieDowling. IJarnosky, Defendant. eJ'

\ followed the group to view the I Callahan, and daughter, Karen, of I''I his wife, if living, and if Case No 10-361 I
dead, her unknown heirs at law, devisees Notice To Appear.To ,
BUCK HILLSPASSION painting, and the story of their Miami and Miss Haven Crosby of legatees, or grantees, and : George Karnosky, whose residence -
PLAYLake impressions is told in the article. Gainesville. Guests outside the all other persons claiming b)', and address i is: Unknown. ECONOMY
I through or under her; J. H. Dowl- I You are hereby notified that a
Wale Another visitor, :Jlrs. Elmer[ family were Rev. and Mrs. Hall. Suit for ,
AmphitheatreJA j I ing, if living, and if dead, his un- divorce custody and
31 APRIL 18 Gordon of Exline, Iowa, recently I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haislop and I known heirs at law, devisees legatees control of minor children and Will Make The
Every Sun. Tue*.. Thorn. 8 p..... i I or granters and all other re.soration of maiden name
Spee. Sat Perf. Feb IS. :T, Mar 13 (wrote a poem describing her reactions family and Mrs Vara Mitchell. I persons claiming by. through or under \'has been filed against you in the
For lies. & 11. Write Box 71 after the Mr and Mrs. B. M. :McRae were him, and if married, above named Court and cause and MAGIC CHEFTHE
P..... Se511Lake Walec. Fla. I viewing painting -Dowling, his !you are required to serve a copy of
evening dinner guests of Rev. and: wife if living, andif I' your answer or pleading to the
dead her unknown
heirs at law
Mrs. Alton Dobbs last Friday. devisees, legatees and grantees, andall 'I complaint on the P'nintlffn CHOICE FORCarefree
--- Attorney T Frank Landrum, -
,, 't Mrs. N. Norman and daugh- other persons claiming bythrough
"--, T. Starke. FloridaCHARLEY
- -- 1 1r or under her '\". H. and J I I :
ters. Mrs. E. C. Sapp of Heilhronn I K. Dowling, a partnership, if in existence -
!: Springs, and Mrs. Barney Eggars and if nonexistent its Unknown j i

f FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke and daughter of Jacksonville, Mr.I and successors all other, trustees persons or claiming grantees I-I Fail-Proof Cooking

I Und: Mrs. Robert Myrick and chil- by. through or under it; Peninsular II i
Lumber Company a corporation if
I dren, and Rev. and Mrs. Alton 9Exclusive
in existence, and if nonexistent, its I
I Dobbs and daughter Eloise, and unknown successors, trustees or

I II I ., ,., I # Mrs. Inez Kelly, all of Starke, and i grantees claiming, by.and through all other or under persons it, I'

H. H. Lewis visited the H. M. Mc- Empire Lumber Company corporation -
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Raes Sunday afternoon. We are if in existence, and if nonexistent. 1'_ 'iI
Its unknown successors, trust-
glad to report that H. M. McRae is ees or grantt'es--othf'r than George I-- -,
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town improving after several weeks' Cone deceased, and his heirs at law, II FeaturesThat
devisees, legatees, grantees, successors I -
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 illness. and assigns-and all other
We are sorry to report the illnessof persons claiming by, through or under

# # ##. II" II I II little Sandra Starling, daughterof corporation said Empire, and Lumber any and Company all un-a Jt Make Magic Chef

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starlingwho known persons or parties claimingany ;
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. estate, right, title or interest in FREE INSTALLATION The Most Women
entered the Starke hospital or lien upon the following described Range

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Tuesday mornin?. lands in Bradford County, Florida,
Mr. and Mrs. to wit: Want and BuyS
V. E. Thornton
enjoyed -

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.ii fishing Monday in Lochloosa. The Northwest Parcel One Quarter of the E. JOHNS & SON 100 LB. TANK OF GAS
of Section 14
I Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Crosby of Southwest Quarter MODERN DESIGN
Township 6 South Range about this
w "
.. ,-" --- -- - _.. .. I Starke were among those who East. question

,. .. i visited his grandparents the H Parcel Two I' FREE
.- -, -- .-. --- ..- -_ __on-, __.-._,-.,_ .. .-z._' M. McRaes Sunday afternoon. The Southwest Southwest Quarter Quarter of Section of the Life expectancy by an'one' UNIT BURNERSI

11 Township 6 South, Range 21 40 years old is now 75. With I
The Tension of the Present World East.
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE You, and each of you. are hereby advancing medical science it I This $10.81 Per Month '
Only .
Crisis Calls for a Solution Not Yet notified that there has been filed in Wheel Oven Heat
the Circuit Court In and For Brad- may soon pass 80. Can I geta Regulator
County. Florida, a Bill in Chancery
problem? : wherein O C. Cason and Maggie Ca. life insurance policy which USE YOUR OLD STOVE AS DOWN PAYMENT

I I son. his wife, are Plaintiffs Defendant and the will provide me with a month. Magic Oven Eye
j each of you i I II style of which Is O C. Cason and income at 65. I
"Can Religion Save | Community Club met Tuesday Maggie Cason, his wifa vs. Florida ly age so can '

afternoon, February 23 at Clubhouse Land and Immigration Company of enjoy a ripe old age in finan- 30 MONTHS Swing Out Broiler
Florida, a corporation et al. Defendants -
with 21 members present.A the relief therein prayed cial security?

The WorldIlIear short business meeting in chargeof being a decree quieting and confirm- I .. 0 Concealed Flue Vents 1
ing Plaintiff's title to the landshereinabove TO PAY ON BALANCE
president, Mrs. L. F. Chapman,
described and it further -
And ( Others.
this was ended with the program chair- appearing from said sworn Bill Many i
important message by Pastor Bob Gray man Mrs. H. J. Kucera introducing of Complaint that the names of the
Sunday Night at 7:30. The answer to this question Defendants are unknown, except as E. Johns r
| th1 speaker, Supt. L. F. therein set forth, and that the addresses Charley
will \
probably surprise you! Chapman to new and old members.Mr. and residence of said Defendants

First Baptist Church, HamptonBible pointed. Chapman on out"Salt the and gave salt Stonewalls"an to be interestingtalk found. He in-|there said absent is no are or person unknown unknown or persons Defendants and with-that, & Son AgencyPhone CENTRAL FLA. GAS & APPLIANCE CO.

Americans as faith independence, and that each known and named I
School 10 A.M. B.T.U. 6:30 P.M. bravery and an insight for the Defendant is over the age of twentyone 13 Starke, Fla.I. 149 W.CALL ST. STARKE FLA.
years, and that the age of each .
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FREE! To all who attend future. The points were broughtout unknown and unnamed DefendantIS

Sunday, The February issue very vividly and madeus 1 unknown; this is. therefore, to < ., .. . . .... ..r-.y y.,.... -
of The Baptist Beacon, Bradford County's only command each of you, and you are -0t \
think how thankful we are to : :
Religious Publication I hereby notified and required to r ; ,
be Americans. The fragance of serve a copy of your answer or other rk.
pleading to the Complaint on Plain-
\, : : _.: : azalea, sweetpeas, pansies and tfffs1 attorneys Williams & Futch.
-- < -- :::?
roses I filled
spaciously placed theroom. Starke. Florida. and file the original i

Hostesses, Mrs. L. W. answer or other pleading in the
: Pace
-- - : -- ._ ,:: : : :> Office of the Clerk of the Circuit l j
and Mrs. B. Erwin served de- Court for Bradford County. Florida, jt

licious apple pie and coffee. on or before the 8 day of March. A .
,D., 1954;; if you fail to do 50, Decree: t
REVIVAL CONTINUESNIGHTLY Guests of the M. W. Shealyswere I I Pro Confesso will be taken against T. .., ...:... -
Mrs. Guy Markham and you for the relief demanded in the

daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leland complaint.
I It is hereby ordered that thU ,
Douberly and two daughters, Notice be published once each we..k
AT 7:45 Except Monday Judith Ann and Pan Lanell all! of for four consecutive weeks in thfLTadford .
County Telegraph, a weekly
Lake City. newspaper, published in Bradford I

RALLY Mrs. P. S. Crews is visiting her County, Florida. II
WITNESS my hand and the seal
mother, Mrs. Emma Rivers and nf our said Circuit Court at Stark. II ) -
\ _
other relatives in Auburndale. Bradford County. Florida this the I

3 P. M. -- SundayFOR l Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley haveas Z OFFICIAL day of February.SEAL) Charles A.D.. 1954 A. Darby I

guests Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Clerk of said Circuit Court .',

Rucker and Michael By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy ('II'rkI .
son of Cali- 215 It 2:2 ,
ALL PEOPLE fornia. Mrs Rucker the I I
former) -- i
Carolyn Bradley and son \ I I. Clrrnlt ('one;. Bradford. ConatjFloridat
OF ALL In ThaaeerrSvble I
CHURCHES main with her parents, while her A Ratemin. PlaintIff. \'

husband is on sea duty. Robert C. Bateman. Case Defendant No. 19-.4.... :

Everyone Welcome Mr. Bradley's sister. Mr. an-1 Order Of Publication And >.tlc". Ttl, ;

Mrs. M. F. Coker Sr. of Jacksonville Appear: State Of Florida To: I
whose r.-
Robert C. Bateman __ 4
spent Thursday and Friday II _
I rY v o
GOSPEL TENT of last week with the Bradleys : ,

Mr. and Mrs. L. Durrten had as :, F.

Mr and Mrs. J. II. Cain guests Friday through Sunday. Mr ':

EVANGELIST Located on Hiway 16 and Mrs. George P. Lewis and I

One Block off Hiway 301 daughters, Judy and Jov of Savannah By Joe

Starke, Fla. Cor 10 & Clark Sts. Ga. Other weekend guests ,

of the Durdens were dauhter-m- j\ 4'r' I i/s6evvt fUle/ltspr(efi JI//t QI V/by.1 This Delry' Club Coupe combines all the, colorful 1

:' f( : = : -...- _: .- = : law Mrs. R. R. Gordy of Knoxville: I t.r4 of a sport model with an interior that's

0'r Tenn., Mrs. Virginia Rossiter and I designed for everyday family use. Seats sidewalk even the

-. daughter June Pate Mr. and Mrs I' P fr j its) C J"BVtOlef headlining, arc all of soft, lustrous vinyl in color treatments _

D. P. Dreadon and son all of Jacksonville I that harmonize with the exterior color of your choice. '

and a nephew. Glen Dur- I
i And this new hterior is just as durable and practical as it is
den of Lachochee.Mr. D E LR
The I.ISTEXChurches and Mrs. W. E. Feagle spent 1 I beautiful The vinyl l is easily washable and amazingly resist

ant to scuffing and wear. You don't have to worry about
Sunday in Hampton with Mr. ani
of Christ TO THE Mrs. G. W. Saxon. J i CLUB COUPE little feet on the seats or the things that little hands might

i spill And for here at last is a that -
HERALDOFTRUTH Monday. Mr. and Mrs W. E // iI ;grown-ups coupe provides
and of Gainesvillespent i/ I. all the t-etween-seat knee-room of a 2-door sedan!
Yarbrough son

Salute You the day with his paints I with fne yerJ"I.9"Ie ) MW lieu in interiors! The Delray Club Coupe is only one of the wonderful new

WJHP S A.3!. Mr'. and Mrs. E. J. Yarbrou h. I -, Chevrolet molar that make up the lowest-priced line in

ROMANS 16:16 Mr. and Mrs. Willie Knight seen' -rhat'l the end ; e the low-price field. Come in and look them over.
WGGG -1 P.M. the weekend with their sister, Mrs.
Gordon Jones at Glen St. Mary.I I .. :I s- Iio.-"

I I i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dobbs a'tstwo .{;. ,. 'f, .O'o o .'"''''
It will be 'our' 'we.
the end of
children of Ocala visited relatives ) .
In Starke West of Bus Station '
at the Farm on SatuMav troubles when you switch tf< 1I

EVERETT WILLIAMSON, MINISTER I Saturday afternoon callers at.. Shell. I _Vf'

the L. L. Wainwriehts were Mr .
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WORSHIP SERVICES 10:00 A.M. I and Mrs. J. D. McMillan of Gaines- \Warren'sSuper e, .._ IU" I

Sermon "Will The Good People of All ChurchesBe ville.Friends of Roy Williams will be I i
Saved? glad to know he is at honr convalescing 1 ShellTires I
after a lenethv: stavin I !

EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M. I St. Vincent's Hospital. Jackson-

Sermon "What Difference Does It Make?" I ville.J TORODE
J Mrs. L. L. Griffis and Mrs. Wile Batteries CO. :

Bible J Knight attended the funeral of E Washing Lubrication
Study Wed. Night 7:30 P.M.
; L. Jones in Adel. G*.. Fridiv of

=.= last week Mrs. Griffis' father. Phone 335 Madison & Monnx el PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETS

J. E. McCormick. pastor: of Ml.



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Bible Study Now Troop 70 Enjoys I Hope Extended I''Cattlemen Meet !Obedience Class I I.Eighth TIle Circuit.Judicial Court Circuit Of IB Florida Lad A.Avenue Z. Adklns., Qalnesvlle! Jr.. ,S Florida SB First,

At Kingsley LakeA. Camping TripThe That Sgt. Hicks Judge PuzzledAs Tonight To Hear :In Dog TrainingWill For Bradford Count, Im CkametrrZbislaw 'and-'r the tile CM-rfc toe original"f the Pirrtitt In the oinca Courton

M. Roehr. Plaintiff, '' or before March 2), nu, otherwise
C. Fiegert of Park of the Boy Scouts of Troop 70 May Still Be Alive 15 Hands Marketing Speakers Begin SoonA Wanda L. Roehr. Defendant. ,1.1'I the allegations of Bald bill of'comp1a.1nt -
DIVORCE will be taken a* confessed -
Palau is conducting supervised went on their monthly campingtrip I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon S. Hicks i Dr. E W. Cake, marketing spe- spring obedience training class I NOTICE TO APPEAR 1 by yon.

Bib'e study on 1st John at the to Camp Rayonier just out of of Starke have received new hope I All Go UpA :cialist with the agricultural ex- for dogs will be conducted by Har- To: Wanda U Roehr. whose rf'8i-1 I This each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce

Kingsley Lake Baptist Church Hawthorne last weekend. Purposeof dence and address ia UoUlns ,weeks in the Pradfnrd
that their son, Sgt. Tommy V. tension service will be the feai i ry M. Hatcher Jr. in Gainesville Thomaston. Connecticut Telegraph -

each Wednesday night at 7:30: the trip was to advance the Hicks. reported missing in action judge has to meet many i tured speaker at the monthly sup- : beginning Thursday, March 4, inI I You are hereby notified: that a a in-Bradford newspaper of County general, Flor circulation -

o'clock. The public is invited. boys to higher ranks, which they I I in Korea since Nov. 30, 1950! problems. Judge Yawn in per meeting of the Bradford Cattle- the community center.A suit for divo-ce I,ida.Dated
took has been filed against you In the l this :22
in a day ,
succeeded doing. They February
might still be alive. county court Monday had the I{men's Association in the Lions Den demonstration will be givenon above named Court and cause andy I 1954.

Property Sold couple of hikes and had classes for I In a recent letter to Mr. and problem of selecting three of at 7:30 o'clock tonight (Friday). the courthouse lawn in Gaines- )u are required to set ':e a copy n< I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
various subjects. Scoutmsster I II 'your answer or pleading the bill Clerk Circuit Court
the 15 jurors to excuse for the Dr. Cake's talk will be followedby ville March 4 and the public i
Mrs. Hicks, Maj. Gen. Wm. E. on of complaint on th- Plaintiff'sAttorney By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Three property transfers occur- Harry Green and Assistant Oren i Wednesday session. lIe asked Jim Murphy, extension service is invited. I I 2/JS 4t 3 '19

red recently; the values given re1 I I Jones accompanied the boys on Bergin The Adjutant General. which jurors wished to be excused. j outlook specialist, who will show Any dog of any breed (including -I- I

approximate as indicated by tax I.,I the trip.Infant. I USA, said: "In connection with Fifteen hands went up. "'I slides and explain the theory of mixed) is eligible for this train- j

stamps on the deeds. your inquiry regarding the statusof Taking a different tact he flexible price supports. I I ing. Further information may be II |

Ruth C. LaVene. Lake County, : Bagget your son, you are advised that asked which jurors would |I. Members of the Junior Cattle-!I I obtained from Maj. Hatcher at''

to J. Willard Alvarez andife i volunteer to serve. Up went | :
men's Association are being extended Camp Blanding. ;
!Funeral Today that Findings of Death were recently ; I I
Onie Alvarez: 25 acres on Brown- II I I one hand, then another. Naturally a special invitation to this j I

lee Road; 341250. Funeral services for Linda prepared only for personnel:I due to pressing problems :' meeting and wives and friends of Two Musicals

lAssie L. Clark and her husbandH. I listed as missing in action on or of one kind or another, j the men are invited. I
I Denise Baggett, infant daughter of
N. Clark and Foy Clark, a I Mr. and Mrs. William W. Baggettof prior to Dec. 30, 1952 and for all were rfluctuant, but with a : The fried chicken supper will be..Due At Florida t --.' -. '-- -

single man, Starke, to Elizabeth whom there information lot of head-scratching, one after in charge of Tyler Jones and J. B. w- -s.- _-
i Jacksonville, will be held this was no !
Crews, Starke; about 2 1-2 acres another volunteered: to serve White.I I Top-ranking film fare is prom- ,
afternoon (Friday) at 3 o'clock available to base a presumptionthat SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET
just north of town on Highway I until the necessary 12 were I I ised by the Florida Theatre for th > !

301; $1,800.Milo in the Kingsley Lake Baptist these individuals were still obtair.od. Just a little example week starting Sunday. j SEA TROUT RED BASS
Church. The child is the grand Right Fertilizer I !,
; I "Three Sailors and a Girl, a
Smith and Katy Lee Smith: alive. Since there was reason to i of democracy ia action.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse I musical Jane: SHEEPSHEADRED
to Claude. Ingleriffht and Florence believe that your son was at onetime I Needed i For Best fast-paced '
Cleveland of Kingsley Lake. I Powell -Gordon McRae and Gene
Alice Ingleright. Starke; in the custody of the Corn- Tobacco Yield
about 1-4 acre more or less on I Rev. W. O. Collins Jr. will officiate [Nelson, will occupy the screen Sun-
munists a Finding of Death was Tag Deadlire : This light en-
will in day and Monday.
and arrangements be
Highway 100 south of town; I| i For maximum yields in high
i not issued for him at this time. II tertainment fare a STARKE SEAFOOD MARKET
2500.. charge of Giddens Funeral Home.ALVAREZ' i iIIII "However, based on all information -I Moved Up- By -Johns | quality tobacco, take care to use I, story of three gobs promises and a gal who gay

received including the statements March 10th the right kinds and amounts of Phone 392
'I iTo [ become involved in a big-time

liii Men's Clothing I of repatriated personnel, fertilizer Agronomist Fred Clarkof Broadway show. Jack E. Leonard. S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla.
IIII STORE III I Automobile owners have additional -. the Florida Agricultural Experiment -I
Established 1894 each case of a missing in action ( star from the night club circuit .
II 61!I I I soldier is being carefully reviewed. I time in which to purchase: Stations advised farm ; provides comedy with some of the

I their 1954 license tags, by action! -
You will be notified of the result
it ._ __ ...<1 I ers.While fertilizer routines that lifted him to
E I a complete suchas
j this review which is Of Acting-Governor Charley
of now being ''al fame. His burlesque ballet
Johns. The deadline which was 3-8-8 3-9-1. or 4-8-12, is gen- A-l I I B-l
as soon as practicable. I
number is said to be a highlight Values
WINKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE Correspondence in this case was extended 15 days is now March erally recommended for bright leaf : of hilarity.

handled for Mr. and Mrs. Hicks 6. tobacco. the amounts will vary according -,

I' by the local Red Cross Chapter. In explaining the deadline extension to the type of soil and pre; :Made in"Florida
I vious crops grown on the soil. Medium "Easy to Love. spectacular
Johns said
l/lITHt : I movie filmed at Cypress
: j i water-skiing
"Because of the recent citrus sandy loam soils, for example -
7th Grade 4-H I Gardens in Florida, will be at USED CARS
strikes and because of the general will require lighter fertilizer
i the Florida for three days,
than the
II i The 7th Grade 4-H girls met in slump in business during January. applications sandy porous Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs-
soils, Mr. Clark explained."Too
RADIO the people are just now getting
Miss Ross's office Tuesday afternoon day.

at 3 o'clock to hear a talk on back on their feet after Christ- much fertilizer may resultin and TRUCKS
: Van
L-i1LI AND I a product of unsatisfactory quality -I With Esther Williams.
"How to care for children". I II mas. I the
and not enough may result in | Johnson and Tony Martin in
The officers Tax Collector J. R. Kelly reports
I II a low yield of low quality, so it is star roles, the colorful musi"alfeatures
TELEVISIONSales elected at this time: President, that local buyers: of tags
I Cecelia McComb; Vice President were handled without delay 'although very important to use the right four water ballets cli- OPEN 7:30 A. M. Till 5:30 P. M.

.... amounts and the right kinds with maxed by a thrilling water ski
Sandra Jean Rowe: Secretary. the number was greatlyin ,
II this crop." the agronomist said. spectacle.I .
Betty Ann Simmons; Hospitality excess of last year. For instance
I I The ratio of nitrogen and potash I Williams is seen as the
and Service Chairman. Elizabeth Prevatt.I there were 1,817 regular ANDREWS% MOTOR COMPANYMADISON
should be about one to three or queen of a water-ski ballet, and
Plans were made for a party tags sold this year compared with
I I I 4 I Ii I four, or in amounts ranging from the romatic angle concerns the efforts -
[ and also to have a car take us 1,563 last year, an increase of
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida 30 to 45 pounds of nitrogen to of bachelor-minded Van John-
over to the skating rink in Gaines 254, or 16 per cent. There was t
lop to 140 pounds of potash per to from Esther's embraces -
son escape
--- ville. All those interested in participating also an increase of 45 per cent In PHONE
I acre. The higher amounts wouldbe and the equally determined .
in any parties should be number of "W" tags tor heavier '
I used on sandy soils. Eighty to : attempts of Tony Martin to win And ADAMS 118
present at the next meeting on cars and 15 per cent in tags for -- .
Sell It Rent it Trade It March 9.There. pick-up trucks. 120 pounas or pnoapnorus per acre her.
usually is satisfactory as far as In the breath-takinsr climax, 100

will be a citrus recipe this element is concerned.Mr. "water skiers led by Miss Williams

contest on Saturday morning and I Nine Students Clark pointed out that are towed by eight speedboatsacross I A-l 1 STARKE FL.raI
WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow we are going to try our best to
Now InterningIn chlorine and magnesium are not the water through six gigantic -
enter and
The judges are I considered essential for tobacco.but I unray formations which

Rates Good Results Easy To Place Mrs. Dally and Mrs. Lewis. BHS Classes 20 to 30 pounds of each per shoot 85 feet in the air.
-Betty Ann Simmons. Secy.
acre is recommended for a good :
Nine student teachers of the
Bullard j jI
/ : :. University of Florida are now in crop.When Mrs. Maria SEE TH NEW HLAWBOY
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c --- - using fertilizer on tobacco i i i I
the course of a 12-week internship
DISCOUNT OF IS PER CENT OV TWO OR MORN INSERTIONS I the amounts used should be based :I Funeral services for Mrs. Maria
at Starke Elementary school. .
DAEIL on the analysis. Less of a high Bullard 82, who died in Starke at ,
SS. ADDITIONAL FUR BLIND ADS OR ADS -NOT PAID IN \ In addition to routine teaching, will be needed
formula and
analysis the home of her son-in-law t I
FLr\ :| they are scheduled to attend local. !
TARKE than when low analysis fertilizeris Mrs.' John }
MEMORlANS. CARH OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS: -20c PER USE 1 t county and even regional professional a daughter Mr. and fil-I..

(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) I : meetings when possible. used. To illustrate this point. ligan of 312 N. Walnut !St. wor I j'
Mr. Clark explained that 1,500 held in Jacksonville at the Springfield POWER% LAWN% MOWER%
Fri., Sat. Feb. 26, 27 This 12-week period of internshipis pounds of 3-8-8 per acre would beI Methodist Church. 'I''I'j j, 4
DOUBLE the last of
FEATURE lap training
FOR &tL.E-Sofa, chair and china befpre I needed to provide 45 pounds of Mrs. Bullard was a native of !
closet. Contact Mrs. H. M. Hat. these potential teachers enter the I i I
A. J. Thomas Starke, Fla. I i I-cher, Jr. Camp Iflanding. Itp Spook BustersWith profession. !I nitrogen, 120 pounds of phosphorus Georgia and had lived in Jacksonville AT

fend 120 pounds of potash. for 15 years until moving to '
OFFERS Leo! Oorcey, Huntz Hall
FOR SALE-AKC The student teachers Sarah
Registered Boxer are:
while the same amounts of plant Starke about a month ago. 1
pupa 10 weeks
1_"' U .. BrtBtlfal BUadlaK I'I MM. H. M. Hatcher old. fawn.Jr.Contact Camp AND Jane Walker, Albift Edgemon, food could be provided with 1,100 i In addition to her daughter she j ShE HARDWARE CO.

B..I.FlaaaH4,,'" Hmes.I for K.I1.A.. or V.A. I Blanding. Up The VanquishedWith I Marjorie Norton. Maria Schunk, pounds of 4812. is survived by a son. Thomas J i

WANTED-One Ten Frame Colony I Carole Lindner, Willen Nichols. Because it is difficult to estimatethe Bullard of Jacksonville Beach, and j

-Tke last word U m.d.r..tft'.1 Honey Bees. No Disease please. John Payne and Coleen Gray Margaret O'Kelley. Joan Andrews, amount of nitrogen needed on
dwvlllB 1. 1. S. Young Rt. :!, four sisters. |
IH4roooa Box 214, Starke. MADE BY THE MAKERS OF
IN TECHNICOLOR and Eleanor Allen.
TVU k.o.e has ..... !tp 3/5 I I soil where a legume has been

tiered or kkena before. Plus Serial King of Congo, ,
FOR SALE-Three Chap. grown and turned under, Mr. Clark ; HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS
burner Kero. JOHNSON & EVINRUDEBuy
.8-Choice rroldratial UUl ULcwtey. ,eM stove and lawn mower both 12 and Cartoon. {County CourtIn advised srowers not to plant to- I

Build ud lire ,cle in good condition. Corner Wash- : bacco following !1 The following patients were ad-
",, .<. f..* work ,_i "J fttgtop! and Orange Sts. John Session Here a crop.
Rasm\l8sen. UpPOwribm Sun.. Mon. Feb. 28 Mar. 1 mitted to Doctors Clinic Hospital Yours Now On The

4-A. MtriHIr ...edrnt. f.r........ i! during the past week: Mrs. Vera
'..._ la IIiatBto 'PJ<'TURE la a minute The Lone Hand The February term of County!Assessor Buzzed
camera for "*'*, used Dampier Lake City; Mrs. LouiseHogan I
159.50. New
Watrk tkU .pae. h" aao.oo.BtMOB *- Sst.' cuBullinKton'* Studio< And With J McCrea: and Barbara "Judge Theron A. Yawn's court Long And Loud Hampton; Mrs. Marie J.I j EASY PAYMENT PLANGOOD .
o( .ew aoa e* to N .kltU _Offt shop. (f convened this week and the follow r ,
Hale. Durand, Mrs. Gay Rimert C. C.
SUrke. ing cases have been disposed of so After Paper's Error
POWER LAWN MOWER for rent Plus News and Cartoon i Brantley, Miss Evelyn Robinson. I j
by the hour at Tiny's Service Station far: I

A. J. THOMASREAL __ Temple Ave. Itchg- Lucian Blocker colored, charged I The actual deadline for property and Mrs. Elmer Thornton, all of ';;,.;4". .;.P': -__,, :;;,:::: ;,*, ;:.;:c--r: : ::, ,. c-:;. : :;::<::..:,::';::. ";:; ':"_;:;' .:__:: :....:::;. ._: j
KSTATHT4e Tues.. March 2 ONLY Starke. I
FOR SALE-16' !O' with assault, pleaded owners to file homestead exemption -
.k.M. JU aad SS4-J x: unfurnished aggravated

:*i T**>.U Ave.. Stark. Fla.RADIOS porches house with and carport front; on and high back dry DARK CITYWith guilty fined $75 or 30 days in jail. i j' statements, and also declara-I ----- I'I'i

lot, Hlway 16. 1 block from Uzabeth Scott, Ylveca Wilma Hines, improper driver= ', lions of personal property is April i YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
Kingsley Ixike. Phone 88-0627 and not February 20, as published
license, $25 bond forfeited for brook fountain In
Jacksonville, Fla Llndfors and Jean Jagger. purse-she pens
REPAIRED Plus News and Cartoon failure to appear for trials last week, due to a misun!i pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad I
JR. Assessor Gene
derstanding. Tax
L. T. Wllks, no driver's license. : ford I
All Make AU Hodelaooaable HM1LE YOVR : County Telegraph. I

charge naraatrrdCHAS. CATTLR AND_HOGS I Wed., Thur. March 3, 4 $300 bond forfeited. Driving while: Long was swamped with 'phone I
( SHEl'HEHU ULF.II !i and calls in last !. Th Circuit Court of Florid
TM W. Call St. .t*rko Pfc. .M Liv. O.k ......,. DOUBLE FEATURE intoxicated, $150 bond forfeited. messages person P.lchth Judicial ClrraH In And I
". ..",, F.arkEark Friday Charles M. Rieders, reckless i week proving (at any rate) that For Bradford County

FOR RENT -Unfurnished house. In- Androcles And The and excessive speed, $50 j folks do read the Telegraph very Louis Cohen. Plaintiff, VP. Sydellf I I
Quire at Bu. Station. tf FOR SALE S" r 8" r 1i" Con- 1 Cohen, Defendant. .
crete Block I8c each. Plenty of LionWith bond forfeited. carefully. DIVORCE, I I
FOR RENT-Clean close in apArt.JDellUi Mortar MIl and Cemeat. Brad. \Will Harris charged with operating -;| Long relates that some callers. i i 1 \OTICE TO APPR\R I I
and rooms alt conveniences.Al fnrl!. Engineering Company. Phone Jean Simmons and Victor that had more To: Sydflle Cohen, whose r'- j
motor vehicle while intoxicated i on discovering they : Tflth :
*) three room ;and bath cot- H tfTWENTT.SEVEN a denre and address Is 1953
i MjLdinon St. 4tcb'ff J/tf ACRE FARM I lOD: .
then, seeming to prefer to wait
For .al.e. 6 room house with electricity ANDLouisiana and sentenced to $400 fine or three' i You are hereby notified thn' > I j I

COME AND SEE and water, also :3 roomhouse. months in jail. until later..Funeral. suit for divorce has been filed ,: .
'Thl Special Sale on blooming: Ataleaa See J. L. Bagwell lit. I Territory t I against you in the above namedcourt '
Petit Cone, 'cause and -
Clyde and
jurors were: are r
of ail sixes at amaitngly low near Farmers Market. :2tp! :!/Z9 -. .
price. 10 to U in., 100 tor $LU. Lars* IN PATHE COLOR J. K. Douglas, Fred Haislop OscarP. Tuesday qulred*,- or to pleadings serve a copy to of the;your bill arwer of }, A
Mooning Azaleas. 60no:. fl.OO
each.UKLiVKDKRB. Jt'ST A FEW LEFT Plus Latest World Fox News II Roberts. Carl Jones, S. G. For Thomasi complaint on the plaintiff's attorney I

AZALKA GARDENS: We UoBt Mast Vm Denmark, Wilson Russ, Leslie K. I Murray T. Frank Landrum. Stark |I
1". O. Dot: 16*. Kirlton, FU. roe Can Have 'emIT I Florida. and file the original in i i
Pauline Krle Collio COST! I Child, Chester A. Andrews, Dan i Thomas. 70 of Melrose the office of the Clerk of the (.ir-I

Jl'MBO DIsK CALENDAR &: I j W. Starling, Harry H. Lewis, Lon- died in- a Jacksonville hospital cult Florida Court on or of before Bradford March %(9.' 1954. I. :

GOOD. PEANUT: HAY at US p rtOll. Dallr UemJadens 2 75 I Blue.NOW zie L Norman Green J. McGriff. : brief illness. He wasa otherwise: the allegations of said I r\L -
ALto following a
cane ;
pure sugar syrup : __ :_ I I will be taken *
C'ol1'1tlalnt a
bill of
at t* per gal H. :M. Busey. Ft. --- --h----- L-S AUToow4st5M14ISUWC; Jr.. Wm. H. :Maxwell Amos Williams. native of Worthington Springsand I
Yblte. Fla. ttchg 3/. confessed by yon.i
SMALL sin DESK ('.\LKMIVR. ) COMPMLY. .. had resided in Melrose for the i This notice shall be publishedonce I
1.75aloe .NOW __ 100 each week for four consecutive I
TROPICAL FISH FOR SALE h i, past year. He was a member of weeks in the Bradford CountyI
Sword Tails.! Angela. Blue Gourmmls LIRGK 5S IJtOK CAU UKF1LI.SI TOO 3j.to Joel McCrea StarsIn the Baptist Church. I Telegraph a newspaner of jren- ,
and Black Tetras. reasonably talue :NOW .._ ____ 3cRKUFOKU I eral circulation in Bradford County
priced. M. A. Payne. West MAdi- two sisters, Mrs ;
Surviving .
Bon Starka Heights. 4tp S'S [ 'The Lone Hand' Florida. ; .
tOt \Tl' TKLKGRIPH C. G. Barksdale and Mrs. Lula I Dated this :H! day of February.OFFICIAL O\; %

FOR SALE Practically-One Oraftman new. Rt'as.m.able It8.ndf'r i Coming To Park Mott. both of Starke and two ,US4.( SEAM Charles Circuit! A. Darby Court t

pric I. P. Shepherd !tp !I6 UU SILVER DOME HOUSE Trailer I i brothers, Leon Thomas of Melrose Clerk, I)' I \
complete In eery detail. May be Br Marian U Crosby. lcVX)!
FOR S.\LE-Two lots and small I been anytime at Priehurst Trailer i 1 "The Lone Hand", a hard-hit-1 and Algar K. Thomas of Miami. ,! Z/6 I % ( ) !

hou. on Route It East Starke. J. Court. Route 1. Box: 100. j ting. heart-warming story of the Funeral services were held I
I. SiU-oi.: Uox: ':0':. Starke. Fla.WANTED !/.!!; zip S 19 ; West co-starring Joel McCrea and Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clockin 'i- W. C. T. U. I !

FOR SALE-Healthy good qualitv 'Barbara Hale. will show at the the Harmony Freewill Baptist 1,
TO nt'Y-Propl'rty on Florida C.iant and 4'aliforniaVonder i "\\. C. T. t." OBJECTION TO I
Highway tni north or south of I Pepper Plants. Ready for Park Theatre this Sunday and:Church near Worthington Springs. TO BRING ABOt"T'BAS.
tarkf'. Write H.>x IOOS. Stark*. transplanting March I.15. p..\ I.- : Monday. with Rev. Joe Fort officiating TEXTBOOK '

VU" StcherRAOTlCAl.LT I II E. Conner. Conner Bros Ins I IAgency 'I The Technicolor story concerns : Interment was in the Fort Call ."
I .
Phone !8a 6t.'h 3 i 12 | TALLAILVSSEE. FLORIDA VNW2LL.ik f
NEW T.V. anj ntena of i
the adventures of a lone' cowboy Cemetery under the direction
perfect condition $IS. See FEBRUARY 16TH". I
at rear apartment.. 10J Orange St. I nicely furnished f.1" per month ,I dtduclibfe payoff i I' and his young son who go out Key-McCabe Funeral Home The Laura Srott Union I
after 4 it O m Up
p lights and water Kingly! Uike 'to make a living on a run-down
Road fox 4S4 Up iHExTI'I.ln | W.C.T.U., is gratified to learn I
I ; from collision
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment.! results ranch. allow ,
Article under _
bedroom and ghqsl'd-ln sl..p.mg I through
one FOR : comfortableri
; as Zachary
porch. large living room. I "'m>. TV. privileges most r<" sonaMe -. between two (Mo-Owners i MONUMENTSLOWEST Heading and Date published in :
kitchen and dinnette. 426 SouthSt rate. Gardenia Home. Mr i; 'I'father of an adoring young son, the Florida Times-Union, that the I I ONLY TUESDAY,
01- apply at Tui-Ws Auto Cafe.FOR R. flint-" run ; ?* !

_ _ _ _ _tf I cyholdtrse plays one of the most! strenuous PRICES contract for the Book "ALCOHOl i WEDNESDAY & THURSDAYON
FOR RENT: OR S.U.F.FirOm, I and engaging roles of his career I AFFAmS"1'1'
RENT-Nearlv new. I bedroom V"Mtse' with 4 fi acres on Kt>vtnne QUALITYI I AND HUMAN
I Hunt. veteran of 40 films FINEST FLORIDA GREYHOUND LINES
Jimmy a
cement blook house with large 'elehts" Road in 'ity T.imn : Is policy not be renewed due to some 3,000()
..oreen porch in tood residential I Reasons'. terms. TSen Pu,,,I low.Ct your present j at the age of 12. plays the son. j
neighborhood All modern convenience I ..rVi. FI. Stohg '' No Extra ChargeFor letters having been received by GREYHOUND introduces sensational savings for

*. Phone 1S5 between f I I this broad9 I Barbara Hale is seen as Sarah In Or Near State School Superintendent. middle-of-the-week bus travelers. Ride the
and 5. or contact C of C. itchg i/5 FOR S.\LF.--4IfI acre firm. !><) --\rrt Jane Skaggs, the girl who is Setting lightly i'
inrrtv..d pasture. 15 '1>esr trees.IT Thomas D. Bailey, in protest
jXWT-Plastic rim (glasses in case.rte per..imm"n trees :and 10 hesr.Ine wooed and finally won by McCrea.I STARKE.Jl the book. The local loaded mid-week schedules and Save 50% on your ,
....nkl" at BHS .. e. 4ft( ded *n2''": I II I I against .
'iiri> 10 ha'te'' neosn tr r' CONTACT return trip, with 14 days return limit. Enjoy tfi. .
or the Bradford County Telegranh I rattl. For information writs C. W.C.T.U. President. Sirs. Mrrfo '

_UP T ..'.-" pt PAT !SI tfchg I Service For Twins I Ii Avery, Investigating the matter same fine standard of servke. _

FOR S\LE-Universal Apartment ,'GOOD OPENING for a Fuller Brush Conner Bros. some time ago was told by Superintendent -
1U4I! electric stove. Universal Hot Dealer in Starke and Bradford ,i Services were held at 3 o'clock Partin that there WPM'about Ode
and G. n. Refriper.tir ('ountv"f'ragf' earnings! 165 and
Water beater _
Phone 1ST ttp I' up. Man or woman. Must be I I[Saturday afternoon, Feb. 20, in 'II1n use In Bradford County I .;

permanent rl'sid..nt'Ith car. Also 'Crosby Lake Cemetery for An- Schools, but when contacted by GREYHOUND k'
FOR REST-FurnIJl1'.d cotta.ee. one part-time representative.Write Insurance Agency drew Grham and Gregory Mitchell Write For Free Folder I BUS STATION :
bedrooms. Modern electric kitch- Roy Goldsmith. Flavet No. phone at this writin, Mr. Partin
e.. Ms" laree gari1' "'soar. 1 SI7T. 1121 I n..", 'III.... Fla. !tn S'SFt.R I Jackson, infant twin sons of Sit AdaVe Her* ':::
Mrs. U M. ATLANTIC MEMORIALS ICESTASUSHED states that he was in error; the I
'lark.Adults. RFD$50 per 1. mo.ROT !-<'. east RENT 4-room furnished, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. Rev. lUg one on hand being "BOYS AND Wione Number
Stsrke 1 ml. from bridge tf/char house newly redecorated. GladvsHarrington. 129 W. Call St. Phone 232, W. S. McAhley conducted the serv- I :
FOR RESTUrsC'Iiturni..h..." I Starke Fla. I ices. and arrangements were in 71$ FOIIST ST. ALCOHOL" by Skidmore and' He"I

.&m,11ralf" soarttnen' for I'TF.I\-F.um Tractor Work charge of DeWitt C Jones IAaONVlllE, rlOIICA GO
paisoTiihV Inquire M Inquire at Pelican ('!uh StarkeFU
I 1 Funeral Home. I
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West End (nrocer Itp 2tp'.t

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