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: April 16, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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DO YOUR PART Official County Publication Established In 1879 CONTINUOUS i PUBLICATION


I Order Is Set I I Letter Writing Absentee Votes Johns Signs Cancer Proclamation Hospital Gets Slade To Head I Sunrise Service j

I Boot Set
Up Fund Raising

For Speakers For Judge PattenMrs. May Be Cast ,! $20,000 More i For Johns Hdqrs. I i, lime ChangedTo

At Apr. 27 Rally of the. Junius Women's M. Smith Division chairman of the I!II' At Courthouse Racing Revenue I chairman T. H. Slade for the has purpose been nanvdj of i e- ;!i 5:45: A.M. '

Patten for Circuit Judge committee -: eeiving contributions to finance''

I the G. P. Wadsworth Democratic, chairman Executive of announced that a booth Absentee ballots for the May 4 I b.t.: A cht-ck for $35,000 from the ,I I the continued operation of the i A change in time for the annual -

County j will be onen and a stenographer on primary election are now availableat 'L JI! State Comptroller's Office was t county headquarters for Chancy Easter Sunrise Service from

Committee has announced the'' ,duty in front of the Starke Hardware I the office of Marian L. Crosby 'eI'PIrl this week by Circuit'I 1 1"Vurt E. Johns for Governor. Dr. J. W. :': 5:00 a. m. to 5:45: a. m. was announced -

: order in which candidates will Co. this Saturday for the j supervisor of registration, in the ) a- < Clerk. Charles Darby as 1 Brownlee, county campaign chairan. i this week by the Starke

speak at the one and only political.' purpose of writing letters for anyone j courthouse. : IiJVb --I the April share of Bradford Coun-1| 1 1s m said that it is desired toi!Ministerial Alliance

rally to be held here Tuesday! desiring to contact friends in I Ballots have already been mailed state racing tax revenue. ;1 l lW'th finance the. local office int.ejpendently ':group. sponsoring
night. April 27 in Bradford Memorial behalf of Judge Patten. I out to some 16 early applicantsMrs. Uo payments received al- ': | without '
support from The
Stadium. This plan was carried out last I Crosby said yesterday. n-ady. a total of $100.000 has I the state headquarters. 1 service will be held at the
. candidates will be limitedto i I{ usual site--the Shipman dock
County near
Saturday with good success, Mrs. 1,1' ued from race betting taxessince !
I Electors who plan to be out of 1 All friends of Governor'''! the
Acting Kingsley Lake
ten minutes and state and dis- Baptist Church
Smith said. and the public is In- the fust of the
the county on election day year. I Johns
may who I I
would Busses
trict candidates to 20 minutes. like to have a'! will leave from the Starke
1. vited to drop by this Saturday and I :make an affidavit to that effet-i Darl v reports that $5.000 was ]Part in this !
Mr. Wadsworth said. !, leave a list of names for letters I;;and apply for the absentee forms ;1jr turned over to the county corns their project are invited to ;'! post office at 5:30 a. m. and willprovide

The following order will be observed to be written to. "All we want is I and vote::: them in the registration _.- aL missioners. $5,000 to the school i made out to checks the to Mr. Sfede ,; : transportation for any- ,
' : 1 Charley. Johns one desiring it.
: names. We'll do the rest," Mrs >: 'office, or they will be .mailed on board and the remaining $20.000 (Campaign Fund. i

. County Commissioner District I i Smith said. "We want names of request. to Mrs. Louise Kite Secretary-- i Special music for the service

Two: !people living in Union, Alachua, j i Mrs. Crosby said that no ballot Treasurer. Board of Trustees. 1 will be provided by the Bradford

E. L. Crawford, Ewell Lawson I ;Baker, Gilchrist and Levy counI"ties. for absentee voting will be mailed =-.-= ---- --- ---- -I- 1W11.--- _-:..-" --,,- -- ""::. ",; Bradford County Hospital Corporation. Housing OutlooksEllcouragiiig i High School Band and the Bradford
L. L. Renf roe. j, ." County Commissioner District, Judge Patten was appointed last I j''election. where it is doubtful that Acting Governor Charley E.: John is shown above as he signsa Recent ( Robert D. Sommer pastor of the

Four: i' May to succeed the late Judge A. ;i''they will be returned by electLnday. proclamation ('aIlingon every citizen of Florida to support the all monies legislation provided that in Is I ; I First Methodist will preside.
exceeding $80.000
Gerald Adkins Jessie R. Chas- : :Z. Adkins on the bench in the 't American Cancer Society Crusade now in progress. Pleased onlooker received I The following program has been
one year by Bradford
,.- tain. Henry B. Hson.! I! Eighth Circuit. He has served 11'' However, persons who know they I l U Mrs. T. W. Cantey of Quiney, a member of the Florida from announced:
; County racing revenue wouldbe
County School Board District months and is now asking reelection -I will be out of the county on election -! society's> board of directors. "With Prelude-Bradford High School
turned over to the Hospital six houses
One: IlL |I to fill a full term. His I day may cast an absentee ballot -I The local drive is now under way, and Mrs. Pauline Torode, i Corporation. I :S ruction under con- Band.
C. Kelly. Truman Norman, :' in Mrs. Crosby's office until I now. and 60 more in Invo<'ation-Rev. L. G.
appointment made with the'
was up chairman Hemingway. -
county announces that about various I
one-third of the
'I $600- !i This corporation received $32.-1 stages of development .
Dan W. Starling. I endorsement of the Eighth Judicial :5 p.m. on Monday, May 3. :
Ii plus has been raised. Starke
quota is in
j 000 in 52, $42,800 in 53. the best
County School Board District \ Bar Association. I andf j position to, Hymn-"At the Cross."
Three: j I Work The following pertinent facts from the Bureau of Vital Statistics 'with the $20,000 received so far.j: get the housing problem solved I I Scripture-Rev. L. D. Haines.

Stafford L. Crews, H. C. { StartedOn I Florida State Board of Health, should make all Bradford i this year. a total of $94.800' has that it has been in many years" Prayer.

Douglas, A. L. Green. Ethan A. Crescent Court Countians stop> and think: !been paid into the hospital fund. I Ii City Clerk Carl Johns said this Hymn--"He Arose".

... Sapp. I Call-Walnut I 1. Twenty-six Florida counties reported as many or fewer i Last year Bradford County received week. I Anthem-"Christ the Lord Is

I deaths than Bradford J a total of $122.800 from "Practically all the Risen Today", Glee
County School Board District County due to cancer in 1953. groundwork Club.

'I Five: |Brings $22,000() Improvements I 2. Bradford County, on a percentage basis showed a greater J. racing revenue. With three more .has required by the municipality Easter sermon-"The Fact of
been "
I payments yet to be made this done. he the
H. T. T. [ added Rev
A. Lawson Long. I i increa.se in cancer deaths from 1932 to 1953 than other "and W. S
State Representative Doyle E. ; The project. including the wide- I county. I vear one in May, and two in Plenty of new houses should be McAliley.
June, it seems likely that the a reality "
Conner (unopposed). \ Mr. and Mrs. William Pilce. 'nin? and construction of side I soon. Benediction-Rev. Robert D.
3. Cancer is second to heart disease
only as a cause of resident I total of last will be
Circuit Judge 8th Judicial Circuit formerly of Smithtown, Long Island walks and gutters on Call and I deaths.Naturally. ceeded. year ex II Demetree Builders. Inc.. J;:.ck- Sommer.

: I I are the new owners of Crescent -Walnut Streets is under way by onville have purchased land for! The public! is cordially invited
Wilbur F. Anderson George L. !i Motor Court on U. S. 301 I the contractors Burton Walker: the Cancer Society cannot'carry en it* three-fold j i In addition. revenue from the' I a sub-division on the Ed Prevatt I| to this service

Patten. j I south of Starke. I Construction Co. They have be- program of public and professional education.'senice to patients, 'added dog racing tax imposed by I property in west Starke, received i

Any state candidates who are I The court, situated on about I gun operations at the south end I and research without adequate funds. the 1953 Legislature, totaling : FHA approval for the first 25 ,

present will be permitted to speak six acres of land, was purchasedfrom I of the job, by laying storm Tuesday night, April 20, has been designated as "Lights On" i! 31.834.000. has been impounded I 'houses in the $8,000-$10,000 price ; Red Cross Fund

following the above Mr. Wads- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. *'. Morse j sewers vwl pipe and building in- night for the Cancer Crusade. ,by the State Supreme Court., I( range, 'in what may be a 135- ;

worth said. for an amount, indicated by docu- lets. It is estimated that the jobI This campaign will be conducted between the hours of 7 and I j pending a decision of legality of I.house development 'i

The first speaker will be presented mentary stamps of $22,000. I I will take between five and six 8 o'clock, so please> leave your porch light on as an indication i| the new tax schedule. Under this I ; Joseph D. Warren, High Springs '.Reaches $2,083
at 8 II months to complete. j law, 60 per cent of the new dog I! has within the
p.m. The Pilces have a daughter. I that ;you are interested and want to help whether your contribiv- week had 29 lots
Barbara, and a son, Robert. Theyat ; Bridge. and culvert construction tion be large or small. !'I J'counties.track tax money goes to the I l laid off in the sub-division to be''

J. H. Denmark one time resided in Palatka ,j under way by the same contrac The remaining 40 peri construe i'fj! on (Orange Street. I l Bradford County's overdue Red
Each IH'I"i0ni"Uf'd will be given literature on Cancer. i cent to finance wel- I Cross
goes a new Warren drive
and have relatives there, so feel tors on Highway 100 the road to plans 29 houses in the received a shot in the
they are simply "coming home"to 'Keystone' Heights, is well under i Mr. George Kopelousos is treasurer and contributions may :. fare program. I'.. S6 pOO to $6,500 range. i arm this week when employees of

Rites Tuesday i Florida. ', way and is expected to be corn i be given to him at the Guidon Grill. ----........... I Recently the city council ap.'j i Humphreys Gold Corporation

Dieted within four- or five q. months. I Talent Proved a plat for six lots owned I 4(I turned over 23O.S0 to Mrs. T.
John H. Denmark, 63 well- Biggest part of this" job is the Show by Steve Simmons on j i Frank Landrum, chairman of thedrive's
known BHS Track Team Officers Score Two Lost One Caught Westmor-i i
Jacksonville furniture man industrial
building of a 120-foot concrete i I l land StreeL VFuneral /.'J division.
and native of Bradford County, bridge. All wooden<<; *bridges are t tI I This substanL.il ,,intribi.tion

iJied. Sunday night at -his home in ,I sSecondBesfn being replaced. tin I Week Of Trouble With PrisonersA Try-outs SetThe I I brought the total fund to date to

had been SundayFor S2.083.53, still
Keystone Heights. He almost $500 short I
in ill health for some time and I 5-Team MeetI I of the J2.545 goal.
scant five hours after he had An escapee "who doubled backon
had just returned from the Ostch- I Berry Season I Lions Club has announced Fred Frigo i Mrs. Junius M. Smith, funddrive
been sentenced to 30 days, Johnel his trk like a fox" led au- in
Clinic in New Orleans few a change plans for the forthcoming chairman,
ner a
Bradford's track team I expressed appreciation -
was McCray negro. escaped Monday torities of Bradford and Union 1 Talent Shaw.
days before his health. I second best Thursday afternoonof from a road gang. I Counties and blood hounds a grim date The show I I Fred Frigo. 42 who lived in I I to the Humphreys employees
originally set for 7.
Mr. Denmark, who divided his last week in a five-team meet On| Last LegsAn McCray was brought up before j'chase Tuesday afternoon and night : has been moved up to May May 14. I! the Lawtey area for 22 3 ears I I luncheon for their fine cooperationA

time between Jacksonville and he'd at the University of Florida. Mayor J. R. .Wainwright at I through the swamps around N'ew !: Try-outs tor talent will be held died last Saturday at his home. Cross meeting of Red

Keystone: Heights, had been a furn- The meet was >originally scheduled 11 a. m. Monday on the charge of ;River and finally got away. 'at the USO ;2892 Remington St. Jacksonville I volunteer workers was held
: building
iture dealer for 35 years. He as a Iri-meet between Gainesville expected re-Easter rally fighting. As a third offender. and | Sheriff P. D. Reddish assigned! May 6, as follows: following an illness of several I Thursday to perfect plans for

established the chain of Denmark High Palatka and the Tornadoes. :failed to materialize and Bradford.,because he had escaped once from :Demity Fate Brown to cooperate 6:30 months. dosinsr out the drive in the next
I I p.m. children to 9' few .
Furniture Stores and at the time but Ocala and P. K. Yonge were (County's 1954 strawberry season I city jail in February. the Mayor :,with Union County Sheriff Whitehead years of age. up 'j: Mr. Frigo had been with the : days.Intruders

of his death was owner of the limited at a late date raroe to a virtual" standstill this sentenced him to 30 days workingon in the hunt for the prisonerwho I 7:30 children Jacksonville electric department '
| 10
Southern Wholesale Furniture Co. I Ocala High a class AA school. week Shipments to northern I the streets. J escaped from the county jail! through 13 years. for the past 18 years and a res i- I Steal

He also operated the Santa Fej:.!was in first place with 67 points. j markets ceased as buyers moved About 3:30 p. m. while working,at Union County. I 8:30: p.m. all 14 years and dent of Jacksonville since 1934. From Old Drive-In
Stock Farm near Theressa in radford racked up 57 1-2 Gainesville i on to greener pastures. Qualitywas I i in a gang on 301 south of Starke r II I over. when he moved from Lawtey. He '!

Bradfvd County where he was 50. P. K. Yonge 31. and poor and volume poorer. he was given permission to visit Seems like this was a big week] i Anyone wishing to appear in the I II 'was a native of Crystal Falls.I!I I Manager I. G. Harris, of the

enraged in the cattle business. I Palatka 29 3-4. There weren't enough good berriesto the bushes with another prisoner. for nrisoners escaping or getting talent show is asked to report Mich., and came to Florida with 'Martin Theatres, is having his

Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Jimmv Reddish was Bradford's keep the buyers interested. Although shackled. .he threatenedthe I can -ht. I( for try-out according to this I'I'I his family at the age of six !1 troubles trying to keep intruders

Georgia. Denmark: two daugh- l h'h jxvnt contender with a totalof It is believed that most growers other prisoner and escaped. This time Deputy Sheriff Fate\' schedule. months. He was a'etel1.n of: from the Drive-In Theatre out of

ters. Mrs. Mildred D. Hilton of 10. He took second !place in made a little monev due to the He made his way through the,Brown caught" a state prisoner World War II, having served in :, operation for over two years.

Cocoa and Mrs. Barbara D. :', the 220-yard dash. tied for second high prices received early in the swamps until he came to a house I>-ho had escaped from a camp at the Navy as an electrician's mate. I i about a mile from Starke on the

Pickett. Tallahassee: a son. See- ]!j'n i the 100-yard dash and ran as season., Revenue figures for the i where he used a hatchet and an I Doctor's TnM. The fugitive wa Q i Schedule For Dog first class. I new Blanding Road.

ber M Denmark. Jacksonvil'e: ard anchor man on the winning half- ,season will be published as soon i ax to break the shackles. 'seen on }tl -hwIIV 100 south of Jnnoculation* Burial was held last Sunday at Ten days ago vandals broke intoa

two sisters. Mr H. D. Handlev of. mile relgv team. as compiled at the Starke market. I Meanwhile the police. under Starke by Willis Dow. night'atr)\ the Oaklawn Cemetery. Jacksonville small building, took several cases

I-nMand and Mrs. Onie Hood of Pat Beard of Gainesville HirhI Chief Thornton. obtained blood- !! man of bridge construction in ills:I AnnouncedDr. with Rev. C. T. Howes, ; of soft drinks, and did minor

Mulberry. !I was outstanding contestant of the Blue Key SpeakersTell hounds from Orange Park. but process there. He notified the Muffins veterinarian who pastor of the Springfield Methodist damage.

Funeral [ meet. He won the low and high the dogs lost the trail in a short city police who enlisted the help Church, officiating. j i Harris erected a barricade to
services were held ,has
atj recently moved to Starke. will
3:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in]i i hurdles the broad jump and ran U of F StoryAt time. !of the sheriffs office. j i!: be at the following places to inno- Mr. Frigo is survived tiy his keep cars out.Saturday .

the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in i anchor man on the mile relay WOK Rotary Club :McCray: is brother to the crimi- i Brown picked uo the prisoner.; ,,, culate dogs against rabies: wife. Mrs. Mary Harris Frgo; : ai'I night the barricade

tarke. Rev. A. J. Holt piston by Gainesville. I nil who. during an attemptedsafe and later in the week received a ,, Starke City Power Plant, April daughter Miss Patricia Anr Fri-' was broken down, and signs defaced -
of the Community Church of Key- I The Tornadoes won only one Three outstanding students from robbery in Starke. inflicted letter 17. 9-11:30 a.m. go; four sisters Mrs. John?Child but the trespassers could
from the authorities atDoctor's
ston. Hlehts. officiated. first place the half-mile relay |the University of Florida spoke at I wounds on Starke Policeman 1... : 1 I Lawtey. City Hall, April 17. 2- of Switzerland, Fla.. Mrs. ,:mory, not gain entry to* the building.
Interment was in Crosby Lake j 1- and Clark snored a three-'vav |the Starke Rotary Club at noon I S. Colson. who subsequently died Inlet thanking the' 4p.m. :I H. Price. Mrs. Robert Photon Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown got

Cemetery. tie for first place in the high Wednesday and at the high school two years later. I sheriffs office for its cooperation. !! 21.I I and Mrs. Lillian Scarborough and ;several good clues.Famous .
Hampton. City Hall, April
i I j umn. Five second places were ;at 2 p.m. as part of a statewide 19-11 a.m. I !four brothers Deputy Sheriff Joe
chalV-ed: im for Bradford. and a I tour of schools and civic clubs i iTo Fri o, Guy Frigo, Paul Frigo and
Officials Denv ;i number of 3rd. 4th. and 5th places. I throughout Florida. Lake City Rallies In Last Inning Brooker Colson's Store. April j Louis Frigo, all of Jacksonville. Clown
24. 2-4 n.m. i ii
That Town Of Lawtey Thursday. Coach Hobbs entered Sponsored by the Florida Blue "I
i A Starke city ordinance
requires Visits StarkeAdolph
Is Speed Trap hU team track in meet the held Fletcher annually invitational at- i]Key speakers were carefully bureau.selected these collegians and-, Score Hard Victory Over BHS Nine all dog owners to obtain a Low Cattle Prices

certificate of innoculation as a i
Seen In
the Jacksonville Beach school. I trained to fill scheduled speaking J ProspectFor
"Lawtey is not a soeed trap", ; Tuesday night in Starke. Lake and Lake City 4. The home nine. requisite to obtaining a dog
F'etcher alwavs has a stronsr! engagements for the purpose of '
according to State Highway Pa- : about I'City's Timers; avenged an earliei committed 8 errors. however; license. All dog owners in the" This Summer
first hand information j'
track team and other strong j
trolman C. Musgrove. who made ", l loss to the Tornadoes by downing while the Tigers erred 5 times county are urged to have their
schools have been invited to parti-l the University of Florida and all I cattleman and
this statement i the locals 11-8. all theii I which the innoculated Speaking as a
recently. of college life in general. scoring definitely hurt causefor pets as a means of
The occasion for this question:cipate. '1 phases Members of the team appearing I runs in the top of the last inning. I j each side. combating the spread of rabies. I j''not as a state representative,
The annual East Florida Conference I Doyle Conner forecasts from discussions -
was the fact that the charge has I[ been !here were Jack Gaillard and Arch j Coach Jim Hurst's team played Paul Rivers led his teammates I:
track meet has he has heard that the
often been made that the City of ''Cassidy, both of Jacksonville. and i only one game during the past ,;at the plate with three hits. onea 47 Employees J
rhan"ed to DeLand instead of the II price for cattle this summei, will
Lawtey did operate Jackie Hull of West Palm Beach. !:week but will meet the stronel! I triple. Akridge collected two
a "speed TT of F atthe date set for Thursday Of Humphreys Gold : 1'be very low. He believes tha' this
trap" I The program at Rotary was in Bolles team Friday night inj:Irts. one being a triple too. Elder i '

Dick Thomas. marshall of Law-i A. April summary 22. of the five-team charge of Guy Andrews. 'I' another home game for the Torna-1; lso banged"out: two hits and made Take First Aid :stockmen condition unload will be large worsened numbers of if
defended does. Bolles beat Bradford 3-2, two difficult catches both comingin I'
ley his enforcement of meet for Bradford: I feels that d this
cattle, but
the New Veterinarian 'n one of the early games. j the last inning. Forty-seven employees of Hum- !"I their
highway laws with this statement 120-yard High Hurdles: Hender- J j HOPS happen it will be a good
: / Edwin Johns a left-hander Next Tuesday night the Tornadoes phreys Gold Corporation's Trail
[ son 2nd with a .16 seconds. Arrives HereTo 'thing in the long run foi tIe in-
> will be hosts to P. K. Yon :e Ridge recently completed a
"When you catch driver Strickland 5th place. i started on the mound for the .
I 14
going ; of Gainesville. This should be an 15-hour first aid training course dustry.It:
50 to 60 miles per hour through amlle.Pt'rhour |,| 100-vard dash: Reddish tied for Start Practice iI Tornadoes and pitched good ball interesting game because in their held at the Trail Ridge plant from j is doubtful if man -attle

zone that is not' second with 10.5 seconds. : The long felt need for a veterinarian -i until he had weakened in the 7th ,last outing. PKY just edged the :March 29 through April 5. The'i,'I I I misers can sell much stock now

too strict enforcement of the law I One-mile run: Tracy Jones 3rd' in this area will be met I i inning. Coach Hurst lifted Johns ,.;Tornadoes 3-2. I'course was conducted by G. C. at the relatively high market

"Although the school zone is .t 5.11 and Stanley Green 5th at j shortly: when Dr. R. S. :Mullins, 27, for Wooten in the "th with three j I Warren of the U. S. Bureau of ,,1 for cattle are just now begining

well posted." he added. "some I 5.21. ,:;will a complete service for'! runs in and one out. Un to the !I Mines. i 1 1i to recover some of the weightlost
open Recruiter
drivers speed through it. and even ,| Half-r i'e relay Ferguson I j Urge and small animals. Dr. Mul- fatal 7th. Johns had held Lake !Air Force ;i j The following men completed the during the winter

knock down the school zone signs. Moore Martin. Reddish 1st place :,j tins is located on the Brownlee City scoreless allowing the visitors,Here On Tuesdays !j course and received certificates: \

When I arrest this type of driver tin'. :36.R.. j Road, just a few hundred feet '! only one hit. and walking one i T. H. Carey. G. R. Mathews. W. Heart DiseaseNo.

I am not conducting a speed trap." 440-yard dash: Rothel Jor.es 4th :j from the Raiford Road. He ex- man. Wallace Rivers followed i I An Army and Air Force re-;C. Coran V. A. Nichols. J. L. Chit-

place at 58:8.180yard : ,peels to be set up and ready for ,Wooten and finally Coach Hurst Ji I cruiting sergeant will be in Starke ty. C. J. Malone. W. O. Cannon. 1 KillerIn

Political Rally low hurdles: Strick- ;i business, in a building at the rear called in Akridge from the right | each Tuesday from 11 a.m. to l';A. N. Dean. E. S. Beebe Nelson Bradford CountyAbout

t[land second place with time 22.8 of his home, in about three weeks. j "M to ivtch the final twothirdsof p.m. Young men who have ques-i Moore Pace Lewis J. L. Hether- Linon, famous tight-rope
At Clay HillSaturday I' C. T. Lee T. R Woods. H. ,
j I seconds. 11 Dr. Mullins comes here from the inning. tions about the service or who ington. half the resident 'leaths ,clown of Copenhagen. Denmark,
E. McGee. B. McMains. H. William -
Night I; 880-yard run: Furlon? second |I.Jacksonville, where he was in the :] Lake City scored their 11 runs I wish to make application for en-i which occured in Bradford Bounty stopped overnight in Starke on
i !
*, L. Rhoden D. Brown L.
time 2:12.5, and Clough 4th place. I]practice veterinary medicine i on three hits. four hit batters. )listment in the Army or Air Force I Dempsey B. McLeod F. Crawford during 1953, were' due to heart his way from Tampa. where he
A political rally will be held at i 220vard dash: Reddish second i :for about a year. A graduate of : may contact the recruiting officers'at disease. according to provisional : to Rochester
( played an engagement
five walks. and one error. Paul Meng D. B. Page. G. Craw- i I :
Clay Hill School Saturday night, i j et 23.3 seconds and Ferguson Alabama Polytechnical Institute. I the local Selective Service : figures released by Dr. A. Y. : N. Y. where he will ap
I 'ford, C. Nipper. J. D. Payton. C.
April 17. beginning at 6 o'clock, third place at 23.4 seconds. j :Dr. Mullins is a native of Ocala The Tornadoes and Lake City Board. I Covington Director of Bradford ] in the Eastman Kodak cir-
Crews. L. A. Gray, R. P. Chism pear
sponsored by the Clay Hill ?FA. I Mile relays: Brown. Smith ;J Ji as is his wife. They have a fivej I j started off what looked like antcher's I High school graduates are advised Perry Lyons. Alvin Farr. C. County Health Department. ,| cus. L'non has appeared four

Supper will be served in the i!Martin. Moore third place with ai!!month-old son, R. S.. Jr. i duel. but Pearce, the,', by the sergeant to check:Devlin J. F. McComb, S. A. E..I Of the total of 85 resident I times on Ed Sullivan's "Toast of

school cafeteria at SI per plate, j 3:48.3. ; Although he arrived in Starke :, visiting pitcher. weakened in the with him about "Reserved for ''Voe. G. M. Schaeffer. H. K. Davis deaths recorded. heart disease the Town" program and also in

and the menu will feature chicken I Pole vault: Donald Slade and:,'only on Monday by Wednesday !bottom of the 5th and allowed the I You". "This is the opportunity of(I A. K. Taylor. O. E. Pearson. G. A.Ba1dree I claimed 43, cancer 12 cerebral I the Pollack Bros. Circus.

pilau and all the trimmings. Cake,, j i Robert Humphries. 3-way tie for I'word had been passed around, and j Tornadoes to score four runs and I a lifetime," he said. :II I C. Y. Copeland C. Schaeffer -I hemorrhage 11. other crculatorydisease While here he stopped at Whispering

pie and hot dlgsIll be on sale I 3rd place at a iump of 9 ft. 6 in. ,!he had his first case a cow owned four more in the bottom of the Recruiting station for this area ,' C. Clark, Carl Broughton H. I! Nephritis & Nephroasi' Pines where he left Mr.
High jump: Clark. 3-way tie for '1 by Sheriff P. D. Reddish. suffering is located in Room 335. Post Office Guthrie.
alsoThe 6th.The 1 2. motor vehicle accidents 4. otheraccidents and Mrs. T. R. Connell this auto-
public U invited. 1st at height of 5 ft.. 6 1-2 in from shipping fever. Tornadoes collected 9 hits Building. Gainesville. 1I I I 5, and tuberculosis-. graphed photo.

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BRADFORDCOUNTY he trimmings. da}
rlI1'fI. ''lA' LEVEL 'Red Garters' HEILBRONN I Mrs. Fredia Norman and: BaughMr.! and Mrs. Fred C. Lamer
EDITOR Coming To Florida t er spent the weekend with her I and family were shopping In Jack-
VIBWPO6NT parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp i I sonvUle Saturday.n .
by Mrs. II. !M. I Mrs. Ancel
PUBLISHER McRae By Norman j
TELEGRAPHOLDEST A fabulous fable of the Old i i: Starke- j Albert Green had the misfor-
,.......A .A..A..AAAA.I West is told in a new Technicolor''' AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AjA.AA.A 'I' Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and; tune to fall and break his arm

FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD This community was saddenedby I musical western. "Red Garters",i iI i ii Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Lingerfelt amily visited Mr and Mrs. Barlast Friday.

Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under the death of Mrs. Essie Hall i I playing at the Florida Theatre;!visited Mrs. Maude Wainwright -
who at the this Sunday and Monda '. i and A. J. Crawford Sunday. ; Vote For and Elect
the Act of March 3, 1879. passed away Orlando
\ Rev. and :Mrs. L M. Simmons
hospital after a long illness. Fu- Heading the cast are Rose
neral services were held Sunday j II Mitchell, and Cass Daley. The' Simmons of Ocala. visited out* I. L. CRAWFORDFOR
afternoon at 3 o'clock in Pine I story is a satirical take-off on church Sunday night. Rev. Sim- !'
IT'S THE OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITY Level Church by her present I I the old wild west classics and mons preached the evening ser-

pastor Rev. G. E. Hodges of concerns a gallivanting cowpokewho lip COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT
Dogs have sometimes been referred to as man's best friend but a homeless dog Beaver Street Baptist Church, as- comes to California seeking:mon.A. J. Crawford Is on the sick
i or one left to his own devices to wander about the town, is apt to become a downright sisted by Rev. W. E. Hall, her the killer of his brother. I I list.Mr. TWO (NORTH STARKCI

nuisance and. from a health standpoint, a menace.In former pastor. Burial was in Dyal A lot of action takes place.! and Mrs. G. C. Rhodes of AGAINST ANY HIGHER TAXES IN COUNTY

recent weeks complaints have been loud and long from those who have been pestered Cemetery by the side of her hus- but the emphasis is on singing j Tampa visited the Ancel Normansand e FOR MORE STATE ROAD MONEY FOR BETTER
in one way or another.by stray dogs who have become nuisances. They bark and howlat band, Robert E. Hall who died dancing and romancing. All of. Mrs. Florence Johnson last COUNTY ROADS.

other dogs disturbing the rest of many a nerve-frayed businessman or tired housewife; in 1951. this takes place against a background -|weekend.Mr. J- STILL FIGHTING FOR COUNTY HOSPITAL
dart into We are deeply grieved by the of some of the most and Mrs. Russell Reddingwere
they upset garbage cans, strewing trash to all four corners of the premises; they
illness of Johnny Knight of beautiful and unusual' sets ever hosts to the entire Sunday. tsrrsnflrflflsrflrflflsflsflflflflaflsssrnpYour
streets causing a near or actual accident when drivers attempt to dodge them for fear
many Hampton one of our bus drivers, conceived in Hollywood. School last Friday night. Werners vote and active support will be greatly appreciated'rhemrs
of maiming someone's household pet. Last week one of these nuisances who has taken up I who is in a Gainesville hospital.

residence under the Elks Club with a pack of pups, actually darted out and bit the leg of j I Also A. B. Whitehead anotherone songstress Rosemary has Clooney lots of new popular hit Mr Carson and Miss Dale\ keep <,
passing boy. As long as such conditions exist the danger of rabies is ever present. of bus
a I II our drivers who is I tunes and the comedy antics of things lively. :
.. All* it of m whiCh presents a problem/ ot no easy solution. ill at his home. ire wish them I I I

As far as ordinances go, the City of Starke in its new both a speedy recovery. i 1 \7

Thanks code seems to have everything required for regulating this The Fillingims of Palatka at- 1'1 III ALVAREZ' STORE 3Ien's.Clothing 111111'
hazardous nuisance -- at least on paper. 'tended church services here Sunday I Established 1S94 I WAS PRODUCED THE WORLD'S
War Gene: Section 4, Article II of the new Code says, in part, that: were guests o .. ,
the W. E. Halls. '_' -" ? LIVING FOR EXAMPLE.WE HAVE
said in your "': __,, -:. "'
I like what you "It shall be unlawful for any person to own keep or :. ::; ONE -THIRD OF THE WORLD'SRAILWAYS
recent editorial about being within the limits without first We were glad to have at church ?l
maintain dog city
man "ELEC.YS'Y.A"F'HF"
with a last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Loran 3
able and still to disagree keep hU friendship. making application for and obtaining a license from the City Conner of Miami, and Mrs. Mabel O'-R-'O L--I'---C-'R-E WS '%' WOPtD'S TELEPHONES AND

that I- the lifeblood of Clerk ." Sullivan of Starke. Mrs. Sullivan 1 THREE-QUARTERS OF THE
think .
as well as a frl'f'onrnment. Section 5 contains these stipulations: hasn't been able to attend church i WOPLO'S AUTOMOBILES
free press
a It Is really gool' "Before issuing any license the City Clerk shall demand for about two years. I SCHOOL BOARD -- DIST THREE \ 1 .Ak'rRICA'S BANKS ARE A

to have your support In 01)of and the person so applying shall furnish a certificate There was a large attendanceat t w VITAL PART OF THE FREE

ralrlpaltrn. This and that signed by a veterinarian that the dog has been inno- services last Sunday with Rev a HE IS QUALIFIED i M COMPETITIVE SYSTEM THAT
..tbl'r w.-kl)' neu'.palerghe.c Alton Dobbs preaching due to theillness = WAS MADE THIS PROGRESS
many the culated for rabies BY
me ronndt'nre of Rev. Hall.F. EXPERIENCE > x POSSIBLE.
)1t'Ollle are going to allow meto And in Section 6 the Code states: M. Prewitt of Plant City.. 3 Two Terms as School Board I

('oO\lllt'te the progresshe' "Upon making proper application and furnishing the was a recent visitor of Mr. and \ Member

program which I ha'eset. ofmln. Certificate of Innoculation and upon paying a license fee Mrs. Robert Myrick his sister-in- I 4 Progressive Farmer It
It has long b' "* i+ of $1. the City Clerk shall issue a license which law Mrs. Sue Myrick of Staike : # I World Veteranof
weekly pckne War I
the Graduate
.. that the heart and shall be attached to the dog All licenses shall expire and the H. M. McRaes. I r of F of

both of to the pt'Ollle. It 1- on the First day of April ." 1! A birthday celebration was enjoyed ..: A ministration- 9 as years business Starke ad- Individual thrift and industry are part and
the pulse! Monday night at the homEof manager .
their almanac and word their In Bible.the Section 7: Rev and Mrs. W. E. Hall i ir I i Builders Supplies t, parcel(If the American Way of life.

W. read every the "It shall be unlawful for any dog of any kind to run at honor of Mrs. Hall's sister Mrs. .
down to ; I BELIKVE I
Telegraph right thatI. large within the City Limits at any time except as Zara Mitchell."Seventy-five friend:s i and will WORK FOR a progressive School '
and I am sure System for the entire '. Our bank is at service to help these
your put
small print Adequate !
were present and Mrs. \ Pay for Teachers jF
weeklies all oxerthe. follows (exceptions are if dogs are jn automobiles or muz- Mitchell received and I .
true. with zled and on a leash accompanied by a person). many beautiful gifts. I.,! Employees" Safe Transportation. Elimination of hazard of i dependable American virtues into practical use.
nation. was really school< from
Thank you again and kindest Section 8 makes it the duty of the police to capture and when all the a cars surprise drove for he t r.1: building.AS high school to ISO ,

personal regards.Sincerely.! impound dogs found running on the city streets. contrary to the same time and all piled up ou a t : i SCHOOL BO.IEmERS elected .
are j
the conditions named. And if a dog found loose cannot be singing bLL the Voters .
"Happy Birthday. I of the County, I
Johns regret that it will be
E. for
Charley captured and impounded the police to kill the I me to getd
are empowered
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mosley] an 4 around and see' each and every one in
person. Therefore I will
animal.In W,:ley Cason, all of Plant Cit '
y i appreciate it if you will accept this message from me a, i id'd tMwei
More Papers Section 9. the police are instructed to notify the owner. spent the weekend with Mr. an ': personal request! for Vote and a i
Support in the
if known. If the dog is not redeemed within three days, the, :;rs. O. C.: Cason and Mr. an d I Primary. May 4 t. ,S FLORIDA BANK at STARKE

Out For Johns police are ordered to advertise the dog for sale to cover the Mrs. Tommy Cason. -s'

costs involved, and if a sufficient bid is not made, the policeare Mrs. O. C. Cason and granedaughter I- ;I Is' 4 Yours Sincerely Stafford L Crews 1 Member Florida National GroupEASTE
visited Mr. and Mi' 4le
instructed to destroy the animal. *
The Orlando Morning Sentinel -
Claude .4 (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
last Friday praised .\etin? Section 10 provides charges as follows: for seizure of f Sunday. in Jacksonvill "- J .... ._""' _.. -- 'iio-- _- _. ...._ .. i
Governor Johns for the "forthr dog, S2.00; for each day's detention and feed. $1.00.In '- ," K.--:. _;;,,,--. :J:_ "- 9't.- .."'" :-t' "'.,,- :- .. 1t.,....: I
t and thorough manner in -
wtiirh It he waded into the Overseas Section 11 a system of keeping records of any acts of !\

Highway fomiiiision. impounding, etc., by the police is described. \

Said the frontinel; : And Section 12 provides stiff penalties for nonobservance -.
"Charley Johns not only removed of this ordinance; a fine up to $500 or 90 days in jail .
the Overseas IIIgh"a'onunl..ioners \" is prescribed. R comes tOKOCH'Srs
( but he railed
This in substance is the law regarding dogs running the
for a grand jury investigationof
streets of Starke. and it should be observed by all residents
the whole kit and caboodleof
Its operation anll operators who own dogs. .

anj did not neglect to compliment The difficulty however is not the lack of a proper law,

the Miami Daily News but in enforcing the dog ordinances that we already have.
for railing his and the public's The police are handicapped in enforcing the law because they

attention to the scandal. do not have a suitable pound in which to place the stray dogs
"So in our book, Gov. Johns
when they are taken up.
remains a man of action a man
of judgment a man of honest Since adeQuate facilities for impounding are lacking, the
ro.t'rnllll'nt. and an executive police are limited to three courses of action: 'I

who puts the welfare of the 1. Let the dogs run at large and continue to make a
lieople ahead of tluit of his nuisance of thems lves.

friends." 2. Take the stray dogs out and shoot them.

Another repent Johns endorsement 3. Appeal to dog owners for voluntary observance of the

came from the laws governing dog ownership.In e 1 T 4l' a t. i
llolljwood Sun Tattler especially regard to alternative No. 2 the police protest that "If

significant as Browa'd we take some of these dogs out and shoot them. the owners
County has been generally are likely to shoot us." How true. How true. Even thoughan ce,1 t1v

supposed to lie strong! territoryfor owner does not think enough of his dog to have it inno-

another candidate.In culated and keep it off the street he gets very upset if
its endorsementto
giving the !someone" hits the dog with an automobile. or if harm comesto .
Ih.rtlnJ:: Governor
Sun-Tattler said: I. it- from any other source.
"Johns became acting governor Therefore. until such time as the city provides adequate -

I of the state under Irving! pound facilities the only practical solution to the problem I
conditions and a great deal of would seem to be through the third alternative appealing
One of Koch's Many Easier Counter See
Displays Koch's n'indcirt for Gift
adverse comment on the succession to owners for voluntary compliance with the law. I SuggestionsNo

of the president of the A person who owns a dog should certainly obey the law i

state district senate succeeding, elected to from an one office dog's by getting protection a license) and and keep innoculation the animal certificate from running(for the the I I Wonder The Easter Bunny Looks So Happy He's Letting Koch's Solve All His Easter Gift Prob

tatew -
filled normally by a "
Idt" ballot. streets. If they fail to do this then they certainly haveno I lems. This Year, As Always, Koch's Has A Fabulous Collection Of Gift items For Every Member Of The
")(.. has been faced with a grounds for complaint if harm comes to their animal.

number of trying situations Obviously. there is no easy solution to the stray dog problem Family. Bring Your Gift Selection Troubles To Us And We Will Be Glad To Help You Solve Them.
since he bt'C'ana'tlng governor but the situation is fast becoming intolerable. and some
and he has taken actionin thing should be done about it. Owners should be appealed to<;

such. In many of these to cooperate by observing the ordinances. The construction

cases Johns could have let conditions of an adequate pound would be an expensive project and DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE BUNNIES

remain as they had would also entail care and maintenance. Properly it shouldbe T.

been or taken no action. But a building with concrete floor and covered, and there i CHOCOLATE PULL TOYS
the man apparently has been '
willing to face problems and should be at least a few individual pens so that vicious! dogs i ., t \

seek to sohe them, a praiseworthy could be locked up in solitary confinement. Perhaps Starke;, FRUITFILLEDz AND MUSICAL t
trait of character fora is not ready for such an installation but the time will come ,
high public official. He his when it will and must have such. I
not attacked his opponents in In the meantime, failing cooperation of the owners themselves I EGGS BOWIES

the race for the Democratic the police, in flagrant cases have no alternative but i

nomination." to ue the power given by the ordinance to rid the community I

of a danger and nuisance by putting the dog to death. .

Lovely EASTER BASKETS Filled To Order I II

.,--.._._ ___ __'..' I held Friday night. jwill I ring again :Monday. as usual. I
i ; Everyone is shouting for joy.i i So till then Happy Easter to

1 : As you know there is no school I everyone! I

$ Susie Bradford j 1, ', Friday" (IGood Friday), but bells' -Susie We Make Them up 39C $4 0Q Each Basket Has A 1

.- .I, to
:'-- - --: 'i As You Like Them 'Different' Look

It is clean-up time around I KNOW YOUR CANDIDATEBorn I I II 1I

school again.. The Student Council I
will sponsor a Clean-up Day with I I I I
sections of the ground being assigned .
Born and reared in Bradford County. Experienced !

plans The for to Senior a each trip Class grade.to Williamsburgand is making 1 as City School Councilman in Trustee School at matters Lawtey Presently-where Has serving he served bas as I ALSO .- Egg Dye -- Colored Grass Odd Bas kets -. And Easter Greeting Cards :I

Washington. D. C. They: planto
owned and operated his grocery store for I
leave May 17 and return May I ;
-1, ; 12 year>. Believes in honesty and fair play

Science Club members are making 4 in public office. i It's
plans for an educational trip' DRUGSTORE
to St. Augustine. The club has a 1

large -membership this year and.
all are working on projects due'! VOTE FOR AND ELECT I s

April 24. j !
JYw ;
Assembly programs have been::! C KELLY For Member =_ -

set up for every Wednesday. Last SCHOOL BOARD > t
ofl 1 .
week the band was in charge

the program and they dd: a swell I FROM DISTUICT QNE'Iawtey( ) COUNTY WIDE : __- For Easter GiftsIr" .t.tI

job. I (Pd. Pol. Adv.) I
A picnic supper for members of .
the Hi-Y and their d3.tesill be'' I


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Farmers To Make has increased. Whether it be silage I content at 65 to 70 per cent, allowing leader; David Lawson, assistant. 1 TYYTYYYYYTTYVYTY YYY?.Tf V 1! Recent Birth I otherwise tne allegations Or'said I i Telegraph. i
or hay, the Experiment Station forage to dry sufficiently Flying Eagle Patrol: Wallace :: i Complaint will be taken as 'con I| Dated this :3 day of April. 1954. .
More Silage Feed |I worker avers, the farmer should I j if too wet, adding water if too dry. Wise, leader. I fessed by you. [ (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby f
LONG BRANCH Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Robbins of This notice !
shall b
published Clerk of the Circuit Court.
75 :
i take to the nutrients I Add 60 to pounds of molasses D Ritch
For Next WinterHigh care preserve I''or Green was re-elected Gainesville announce the birth ofa once each week for four ruiisecu- 1 By :Varian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk i
I in his forage and make as high I Ii ,' 125 to 150 pounds of ground quartermaster and Archie Green by Mrs. J. 1.. Strickland tive weeks in the Bradford County 4'r H4 6 ;
'I corn to each ton of i son, Marc Lyle, on April 7 in -
quality silage is the "next quality,I i' products as possible. silage put into was chosen scribe. i| and Jimmy !
best thing" to good green pasturefor I Improved grasses such as Pan-'1 the silo. Grasses may be ensiled Jan Mundorff was promoted to' Alachua General Hospital. t
winter feeding. I'I gola, Coastal Bermuda, and the i| without such preservative, but a junior assistant scoutmaster. 'I" A
II I Bahias, hairy indigo, sorghum, j i higher quality product is made if :NOTICE TO APPEAIl MOVING j
With summer the silagemakj j I corn and fresh refuse from sweet i jit is added. Addition of preservatives Farm ;' Joan Lang, our daughter, re- fa flrrnit Court. Bradford Coumtr,
Ing season coming on, Dr. T. J. Suggestion turned home to Tampa Sunday! Florida: IB Cbanrtry.;
corn packing houses, and even: is important, with legumes l Louise Currin Blackwell. Plaintiff
Cunha of the University of Florida I some weedy crops make good silage ;i because they do not contain enough By U of F Workers after spending two weeks with i in;. Remus \\'. Black\\. >lJ. Defendant. LOCAL Safe PHONE I

Agricultural Experiment Stations I if handled and stored properly. !i j sugar to produce sufficient acids home folks. The two boys and I Notice To Appear.To Case Xo. 10-433 OR Dependable I
emphasizes that point to dairy (Information in this column families returned home last
to week.
I Properly constructed unright, !; prevent growth of undesirable I : Remus 'Elackwell.. whose< LONGDISTANCE
farmers and beef cattlemen. I:I above-ground, and trench silos 1' bacteria. comes from the Agricultural Experiment :j Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Padgett residence and address is: 3212 10thPlace 9 EconomicalR. 311
"Good hay is good feed, of !have, satisfactory. The sii Keep the silo Stations and Agricultural spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. <<: S. E., Washington, D. C.
proven i i I air-tight. The less II You are Hereby notified that a' B. Alvarez OR
course, the animal husbandman Extension Service of the University and Mrs. Faircloth. suit for
[lo should be on well drained land ,air getting to the silage, the less I
explains, "but all livestock owners I and be kept as air-tight as possible i spoilage. of Florida.) Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones spent! Divorce Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J
who I I has been filed against you in the
have labor and facilities for Dtlcher Bros.
after is filledDr. I II STORAGE
it CO.
I !I II Except for very succulent part of the day Sunday with the.above; named Court and cause and
crops of .
putting up silage won't go wrong Cunha offers these sugges-i chop Scaly leg chickens may be I Richard I you are required to serve a copy vt .
if they make some silage. Because I forage fine so it will pack corrected by dipping the birds' feet Langs. I your answer or pleading to the
on making silage: 'i (
it does not lose nutrients through quickly and completely in silo. Set and legs in kerosene. The birds' Arthur Hatcher and Archie i i j''complaint on the Plaintiff's
l I When you cut surplus pasture silage cutter for I Attorney Hollis V. Knight STORAGEPeITyman
bleaching in the sun or leaching by growth, stimulate j one-fourth of an 1 legs should not be dipped above Padgett called on us Sunday after- j Starke, Florida'andfile
: you new grow inch cut for I''
rain, silage is the nearest thingwe th of the grass as well as harvest. most forages, some-I the feather line. The condition is noon We had a big fat hen cooked !' the original In the office
have to green pasture." I Ensiling preserves nutrients, ,what longer for very f causes by mites that burrow under I and called on them to help us,|cf or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on Bldg. S. Court St. Starke. Florida

Dr. Cunha says silage productionin : but does not improve forage. Palatable crops. (I the scales of the leg. It may be eat chicken. 10 day of May, 1954; ---,-
Florida has increased steadily nutritious forage ensiled i Pack silage well on top. For l j necessary to dip the feet and legs The Ebenezer Baptist church .
during the past few years, and he properly will be palatable and nu- |'several days after an above-ground l of affected birds several times overa will start a revival Easter Sun- J t w-ti-
expects farmers to put up more tritious when fed. j|silo is filled, tramp to pack well. period of two weeks to rid themof day evening. {

during the coming summer than Moisture content of forage is im- (|It is well to place sisalkraft paper j the parasites. Birds should be We had 60 in Sunday School at
in With the i'on top. Place a layer of sisalkraft |:kept in a clean pen while being j
many years. installa- j portant. If too dry silage will not !Long! Branch Sunday and one
tion of numerous artificial dryersin [pack well: if too wet. nutrients will |,paper on top of filled trench silo \treated. i i new member was enrolled, making
recent years, hay making also 'be lost in drainage. Have moisture i iIn and cover with six inches of soil I a total of 95
enrolled. Seems
Ito i! protect contents. The uprightsilo Scratch grain feed may be added I i
likewise, should be covered to I''to the ration for chicks when they !|I there were 35 who failed to find,
exclude air. are three weeks old. Fine cracked I J| their way to Sunday School or1 i
I corn and wheat '! church-at least they weren't at
are good for this j
purpose. A small amount should 'I I Long Branch. We have plenty of
HINTS TO be added at first and the portionincreased :I room in the building for all who
TMBER HOUSEWIVESFREEZER gradually each day un- I I will attend, so come and be with
% i t il the ration consists of equal us next Sunday at morning and
I i parts of scratch and mash when I evening services. Two united with From

;..-; DESSERTS |the chicks are 10 weeks old. the church Sunday evening and t
the tall pints ., swamp rypreii, you can I II'' will be baptized later. They are
hear them yelling their lungs .U,. And you If a home-maker is looking fora I Adequate floor and roosting !Calvin Manning and wife.
knew with htarty yell they're singing fruit dessert that she COLONIAL FLORIST
ovary can pre- space are important in manage News seems scarce again this
the praise of that wonderful McCulloth Model i pare in
quantity as a time- ment of the farm flock
poultry week.
No told
47 chain taw that take the sweat ..,t ol wood ICIIItI. |saver to one me anything
.,. some fresh and Adult birds require from two to that could be used for news, so
light in weight but heavy in power ,1 i store the rest frozen, one good four feet of floor space each, again I will have to remind folks CORSAGESCUT
that's this remarkable cutting tool that makesthe j prospect is orange cream sponge, eight to 10 inches of roosting! I they are
failing me. FLOWERS
biggest trees teem imall.Ivt say food technologists in the U. S. space. Heavy breeds require more 'I I
the great Modal. 47 U full at goad for i Department of Agriculture.Made space than light breeds. before being bred.Spraying DISH GARDENS and NOVELTIES
pulpwood cutting, pruning, cutting cordwood : .
or foMt paiti. It'll sere your money el I by qUalityrecipes I BLOOMING POTTED PLANTS
well back. which they developed, the specialists Usually, high analysis fertilizersare with a mixture of 8 3-41 1
ai your
I have found that this dessert the most economical. Fewer I pounds methoxychlor 50 per rent
II If(had best flavor and texture if used bags, less handling, and lower wettable powder and 100 gallons I .
1 I I within two to three months of 'I transportation cost per pound of of water has proved effective in ,! Flowers Wired AnywherePHONE
freezer storage, though it was ac- plant food nutrient are advantagesin controlling insect pests that attack
:I I jceptable when stored even as long i using such fertilizers. dairy cattle. Cows should be 218 FREE DELIVERY
yl I I I
I as six months I sprayed in the open several hours
II j Orange Cream Sponge Heifers to be kept in the beef: |before milking. Spray may be ap- .

Ingredients for 25 half-cup portions breeding herd may be weaned at plied' by hand pump or pressure ,
: 1-4 cup plain gelatin; 1-2 ,the age of six to nine months.They 'equipment. If lice are a problem, COLONIAL FLORIST
cup cold water: 1 1-4 cup hot water -,;should be kept in good pastures, ,the amound of methoxychlor powder -

The 30-p.s.d Modal. 47 ... ; 1 3-4 cups sugar; 1-8 teaspoon j| !separate from the breeding herd i j should be increased to 25 I Cynthia; Schmitt Nona
automatic ch/tck..utOMehC ra. Y sells I salt; 1-2 cup lemon juice; 2 1-41'{I 'and allowed to attain good growth i''pounds in 100 gallons of water. Starke. Fla.

wind rebel starter for full aviation power typo sawtni carbu ie 4 cups orange juice; 1 tablespoon'II.. --- .. '- .
say petition, convenient control:, 1\ 'I grated orange rind; 2 1-4 cups -- .- --
perfect holonce features., end ntony otherautttending '- I chilled evaporated milk. '!

Three other McCulloch. modal. r J I Soak the gelatin in the cold''
available, from the lightweightMedal ,1 water 5 minutes. Dissolve in the '
31 to the !hefty Model $9,
Prices Mart ot J225.00 f.e.b. hot water. Add sugar and salt and :
i.. Angola. stir until dissolved. Stir in fruit j
Sales, parts and service on Mc. 1
Culled chain; sows, eorth drills juices and rind. Chill until the i
sad fire pustpd.ap I'mixture is slightly thick. Beat the i
chilled milk until stiff. Add gelatin I
r gradually and continue beating !i
I-i o f until well blended. Chill before
To freeze: Put half-cup servingsin

custard cups and add cellophane I
i over-wrap, seal, and freeze. j
f Store at zero degrees Fahrenheit. i51

1. ;,1, 1 To prepare for serving, remove cellophane i
. and thaw in refrigerator. -
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Scouts of Troop 70 met { ,
2727 N. W. 6th Street Gainesville, Fla. last week and elected officers for > .1/
the coming year as follows: i iI I' .
AND I i Wolf Patrol: Kenneth Miller, !l t
1927 N. Marion St. Phone 1675 i : .'
leader; J. R. Batten assistant. is _
I Cobra Patrol: Robert Kelly; \'
Lake City
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1|I Panther Patrol: Robert Cooper ,

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I flrrr- -rr 4S rE S rrrrrt s-S rfl S ttS iS tsrsrrrsfl Chilty-Tenly Vows Witt-Hazen \Vedding I Junior Club shield Says he's keeping it'I t i i assignment. kindegarten groups will meet this

there for 1956 .
Eloise and Charlie Cowen entertained afternoon, Friday, at 3:30 o'clockat
To Be ExchangedOn Is Announced Fashion Show
Nice to see Mr. and Mrs. A. J. at a dinner party Satur- the E. K. Perryman home on

May 25thThe !Scores Successi Eaves and son, Ronnie, back in day evening celebrating the 18th W. Madison street for their Easter

I town after. an absence of a coupleof i 1 birthday anniversary of Elcise's party, the Primary Group will

marriage of Miss Joan I i Using the theme, "A Florida years They've lived re- j::sister, Louise Johns of Jacksonville have their party Saturday aftei-

Tenly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Weekend." the spring fashion recently in several spots, including hear that Robert and noon at 3 o'clock at City Park un

Edmond Tenly of Starke, to Ran- show. sponsored by the Junior Texas, and finally bought a farm Gladys Green celebrated their 8th I I Church street and the Junior

dal F. Chitty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Woman's Club. was presented in in Maryland Had to return 'wedding anniversary onIon ay. Dept. had their party Thursday

Gladys Mooty M. F. Chitty of Lakeland, Ga.. I the club building Thursday night to Florida, however because of Guess the Easter bunny .will afternoon at 5 o'clock at Boots

Phone 35 will be solemnized Tuesday evening oi last week. Mrs. Eaves' health Glad to I:have to work overtime this week Green's house; the Junior Woman's
The three scenes,
FI I II May 25, at 7:30: o'clock in I backgrounds forming for appropriate the- have them back what with 15 egg hunts scheculed I Club held their Easter egg hunt

I I the First Baptist Church. Rev.L. i clothes modelled were narrated by Sorry to hear that little Bill among the church Sunday School I Thursday afternoon at City Park
Woman's Club
Reception Given D. Haines, pastor of the church. Mrs. H. B. Peyton. Twenty-eight Brown is being confined with'classes, and goodness knows how I for members'children; and the last

For New Methodist Elects Slate I and Rev. Hugh Walters uncle of i models of various age groups measles on his birthday today many elementary school parties party in the I'll book for the week

AndVife Of New OfficersThe I the brideelectill officiate.A participated and fashinos and stage Apr. 16 see Nita Dobbs is are being given. For the Baptist I was the Baptist Junior Dept. tacky

Pastor reception in the church settings were furnished by local hobbling around with torn ligaments church the egg hunts started last !uarty given by Hazel Ritch last

Rev. and Mrs. Robert D. Som new slate of officers for I recreation hay will be held immediately -I ;(stores. Between the scenes little in her ankle which she Saturday afternoon with the Pri- Friday evening in the educational

honored at a lovely reception 1954-55 was presented at the i following the ceremony.No Suzi Broadway gave her interpre- I ceived last Thursday when re-I mary B Dept. having their party building. Prizes for the tackiest
mer were
Wednesday evening of regular meeting of the Woman's invitations are being sent tation of "Cross over the Bridge." chair she was climbing up on to 'at the City Park with 25 young- costumes went to Douglas Cruce.

last week at the Methodist recreation Club. Wednesday afternoon. locally but all friends of the l Following the show Junior club open the attic trap door turned sters present, and the same afternoon Glenda Starling and Luke Picker-

hall given by members of I I Thes officers will be installed families are invited to attend. hostesses served refreshments to over with her the Nursery Dept. with 30 ing. After an these parties this

the Methodist W. S. C. S. and the I by Mrs W. L. Maxwell of Lake the audience. Hear we'll soon have a new kiddies and mothers met at the I week, I'm afraid if dad-wants an

Wesleyan Service Guild. Rev. City, director of District Four, at :- :.. loris Mrs. Carl Roberts and Miss Do- dental office in town O. L. ,home of :Martha Yancey; the ,egg for breakfast in the next weekwe'll
the : WMU Delegates ,I. McKnight served as chairman is !Baptist Primary A Dept. with 45 have to rob -a. t;cd' nest.
Sommer is the new pastor of the May Day Breakfast on May and co-chairman for this outstanding Haynes moving from Keystone
First Methodist Church. 12. I Attend RallyAt I I. event.'KumDoub1e. Heights to the old hospital building I children mothers and teachers Well, so long See you in
dec- Those elected were: President, I on E. Madison street and plans '.had their party at the home of I Irrs. Easter Parade. .
The hall was attractively
orated for the occasion with arrangements Mrs. J. W. Kincaid; 1st Vice Daytona BeachThe 'II jto open for business soon the I'f Donald McRae on New Bland- -Carolyn

of spring flowers interspersed -! President, Mrs. H. B. Peyton; 2nd ;, Group f JR. S. :Mullins family has moved I j,ing highway Tuesday afternoon; /
New River Association of
with magnolia leaves. Vice President, Mrs. C. L. Scholl; Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. Hazen Plans Weiner Roast i into the Brannen house on "thei the Baptist Beginners. 5-year old
the WMU well an-
3rd Vice Mrs. T. Frank Baptist was repre- I Raiford :group had their hunt Jot
President Curve" on Hiway 16 egg at
I nounce Out
The refreshment table was over- sented at the 60th anniversary the marriage of their.i Step
and i Landrum; 4th Vice President, Mrs. The monthly meeting of Kum- there was some real competition Ella Hardy's house Monday at ter- :
laid with an imported lace i convention in Peabody Auditorium youngest daughter Vivian Isa- I .,
.M. W. Cressler; Secretary, Mrs. i bell, of I Double young people's organization among the local civic clubs Friday noon with 15 present; and the
linen cloth and centered with an Palatka
formerely of I
Beach 8-7.
Daytona April
artirtic of W. B. Sewell; Treasurer, Mrs. Starke. to Walter D. of the First Christian church all vying for the cash prizes that I]Baptist Beginners 4-year old gioup In Style
arrangement snap- trie churches in the Witt of Pa-
dragons, iris and sweet peas. Presiding Dave Paulk; Corresponding Secre- ciation Among that were represented Asso-by latka, son of Mrs. Max Voellmyand !|will be held Saturday, April 17, were given by the Dutch Boy i are meeting at the home of Lenie .

at the silver coffee service !i tary, Mrs. Cesar Rivera. delegates were Brooker, Dedan the late Mr. Voellmy of Wash- |at 8 p. m. paint demonstration at the Starke ]Linsin this afternoon for their annual For 'Easter'
A weiner roast will be held on J Easter .
Hardware Co. the club with party; the Altar Society -
were Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. Heilbronn, Starke, Gadara, and ington, D. C.
the parsonage lawn before a the largest percentage of 4 of the Catholic church is
W. E. Middleton. Silver Tea PlannedThe Raiford. The wedding was an event of registra-
In the receiving line were Mrs. January 30 in Palatka, with Rev.D. short business meeting in the tions during the day was the J giving an Easter Egg hunt partym Blue & White

Women's Auxiliary x>f' St. Theme of the convention was: R. Major pastor of the East American Legion Ha]:. Senior Woman's Club who won C the church grounds Saturday Tan & Beige
E. K. Perryivan, Rev. and Mrs.
Mark's Episcopal church will "Strengthen, Oh God that which Palatka Baptist Church All members are urge to "come $15, the Junior Woman's Club :ifternoon at 3 o'clock; the Presbyterian I
Sommer, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. officia-
thou hast wrought. Psalms 68-26. double"-that is, bring at least 1 i beginner and
give a silver tea Thursday afternoon won 2nd prize of $10. the Garden priirarylasses
Eewell and John Torode. I
April 22, from 3:30 to ,5 Members are urged to attend ting.Mr.. Witt is sales of one friend. Club won $5, and Pat Lambe won (: will have their egg h-ant
The senior M. Y. F. girls presided the WMU Rally on April 16 in manager Kum-Double invites all 1 Friday" afternoon at 4
o'clock in theParish House on the St. Johns Chevrolet Co. young the door prize, a gal. of paint. o'clock on
at the punch table, and Mrs. I Graham Baptist Church from 10a. and people 16 years and and young 1 lIe church grounds The Enis- I"
Church street for the benefit of Mrs. Witt is employed at the Hud- up Hear that Elva Lee Edwards ;
Lloyd Green played piano selections the Parish house. ra. to 2:30 p. m. Guest speaker son Pulp & Paper Co. in Palatka. married couples, regardless of will be a lady of leisure after C:opal church Sunday school classs -
during the hours eight to will be Dr. M. U. Stedham Association
They are residing at 415 North your church affiliation, to attend Saturday after 14 months as book- ( will have their Easter party on ,
ten o'clock."THE missionary. the meeting and enjoy the fun :Sunday at 5 o'clock i
!Formal InitiationOf 6th St. in Palatka. keeper at Thomas Truck Terminal on the church

and fellowship. Clarence W. Col- a Boy Scout troop from De- :grounds; the Christian church :,

I Beta Sigma Phi PresbyterianVomen PTA Notice son, president. I ratur, Ga. is spending this weekat I gg hunt will be Saturday afternoon -

FUNERAL I.Held Monday NightThe Met TuesdayCircles the O. L. Haynes cottage on 1 at 3 o'clock at the Lesion Keep a cool foot through \

BILL IS ONLY $375." Bradford P. T. A.ill meet WMU Notices Santa Fe Lake and had as their 1 Hall; the Methodist nursery and ,f summer's most stifling ,

"YES BUT WE PAY THE Beta Sigma Phi Sororityheld One and Two of the Tuesday, April 20, at 7:30 p. m. guests: last Tuesday evening Den weather and look smart
a formal initiation for new Presbyterian Women of the church in the school cafeteria. Band-I All circles of the Baptist WMU 1, Cub Scouts. who enjoyed swimming doing!

FULL AMOUNT THE members at the home of Norma I met Tuesday evening at the following master Gay Rimert and two will meet at the church next Tues- and picni.ith the Georgia FOLEY SHARPENED SAWSCvf Many other Pumps in as-

POLICY SPECIFIES!" Currie, Monday evening, at 7:30 homes: groups of band students will en- day at. 12 noon for a covered dish boys hear Tom' Smith and I sorted colors and heel

o'clock. Circle One met at the home of tertain. Parents with children in luncheon. Dave Long graduated from the Fmttr, OOMI, Eat'nr heights.

The ritual table was centered Mrs. Lonnie Fulwood at Camp grades 1 through 6ill discuss The Executive Board of the Cub Pack into the Scout TTOOD You'll save time and effort 1

with an arrangement of yellow Blanding. Mrs. Evelyn Cooper the proposed new report cards at a ceremony at the last Pack
will meet at
I First Baptist WMU when have beci I
roses in a black vase flankedby gave the devotion followed by the 1 meeting your saws Children's
with Shoes
C. Partin in
Mrs. Gib- I par- the church Monday night, Apr. 19, sharpened on our precision I
burning black tapers, carryingout lesson given by Larry ents who have children in grades at 7:30 o'clock.RAGA Arlen Gay returned to Fort machine. All teeth are madeuniform I I From

the sorority colors, gold and son.Mrs. 7 through 12 will discuss "Basic Jackson, S. C. for his dischargeon
and accurate .
black. David Montgomery presided Requirements of Graduation". Tuesday and expects to be $2.98 up
just like .
The Pledge Ritual was read by at the business meeting which PartyAfter back in Starke on Apr. 23rd new.You'll i
candlelight by Charlotte Frees. was devoted to planning a luncheonfor be
OES NoticeThe the regular meeting of the Arthur Winkler has been trans with* I
president. Candidates were an- the Presbytery to be held in ferred from Lackland AFB to pleased Watch For Opening
RA and GA Auxiliary Monday
A definite -
Starke Tuesday, April 20. our speedyservice
nounced and ushered in by Marian project for the circle to workon regular meeting of Order of I afternoon, Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, Denver, Colo. for those wishingto and Of Our NEW and LARGER

Long. for the year was discussed.The the Eastern Star will be held Mon-I Young People's Counselor served write him his new addressis with your easy SHOE DEPT.Next

\ The new members. Minnie Lou chairman urged everyone to day night at 8 o'clock in the punch, cake, and Easter egg candyto : A'3C' Edward A. Winkler, eutting saw.ALSO : .

Patray Lucille Payne, Kitty Car- come to the General meeting Apr. Masonic Temple. There will be I the 50 members present. She 3415 Student Sqdn. W4-237. Door to Roberts

Arfo-Ownem&senftr} ter, Betty May and Johnnie Sue 27. af the home of Mrs. Guy An- an initiation and refreshmentsat was assisted by Mrs. J. A. Lewis Lowry A.F.B.. Denver. Colo. He I a JewelryBobbie's

c1dinI(eLdI paenfs) Urquhart were presented with drews. Mrs. K. G. Duncan reportedthe the close of the meeting. All Mrs. Cula Coran and Mrs. J. H. will be at this station for 41 weeks SHARPENALL

pledge pins and manuals.' visiting committee had called members are urged to be present. for armament training Sgt.

ays tII! limits Ot dufhscoL After, the initiation .ceremony; a on seven people during the past DuPre.'I Carl H. Edwards' arrived home KINDS OF TOOLS, Bootery .

: 4 : dinner'party was held at Barry's month. The next. meeting will be I_ t Tuesday after 16 months in Seoul. KNIVES, SISSORS, ETC.

just b1Po1iCl..not., Restaurant for the new pledges. at the home. of Mrs. J. M. Mitchellon i- I Korea he is visiting his parents. All New EquipmentWe In Ducky's
the dinner. :May 11.During
UPt"tsSttttr II Immediately following Mr and Mrs. Earl Edwards for
a stork shower was given for the social hour the I .
120 days before reporting back to Starke Fla. \
I Mrs. Janet Turner. hostess served refreshments to the have a brand new line I

chttk fhis ant Oft ten members present. \San Frannsco Calit for further. ,1. .

V your pttstltt policy.V Caudie Hazen I w I ,

Returns To StudiesAt Circle Two met with Mrs. John This week's award for absent- ,missed another meeting.

Mixon chairman, who presided at mindedness goes to none other Certainly sorry to hear that Mrs L
Texas SchoolMiss A discus- I
the business meeting.
Conner Bro than Sheriff P. D. (Pete) Reddish S. E. Brownlee, who recently
of I
sion was held of the meeting
Caudie H zen a student the Suwannee Presbytery at the Hear he was to be host to the i passed her 93rd milestone, fell
the other day, cracking her shoulder -
nurse at County-City Hospital local church next Tuesday and Rotary board of directors at the ;,
Insurance Parkland School of Nursing. Dallas and pelvis At presentshe's
Agency various duties assigned.The Guidon Grill Monday night, got ;: _
at the home of Jimmie and
Texas, has returned there after program was given by Mrs. '
129 W. Call St. Phone 285 spending several weeks here Jack Dempsey on "The Life and busy out on the farm and forgot ;I,June Brownlee but her recuperation -

I II I with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.J. i Witness of Stephen." to show up Seems his guests ::' will be slow Card this

Starke, Fla. :, F. Hazen. While here, Miss I, Refreshments were served by the got even with him, however, by ,'week from Mrs. LeClerc who had

Hazen and her parents and her :hostess during the social hour. ordering steaks and leaving the just docked at Cherbojrg France

I brother, Fred. visited friends and check for Pete to pick up "at his ,, and was heading directly for

I relatives in Tampa, Plant City UDC Chapter Plans convenience" When he totaledup Paris Guess X. M. Smith must

REPRESENTINGHenderson iPalatka.i and several other cities. the bill. Proprietor George ::be the most loyal Democrat in all

BakeryOf I She also attended two conference Memorial ObservanceThe Kopelousos said he bet it'd be a :!: these parts He still has a

'j services at Park of the Palms long time before the! Sheriff i iI iI tevenson Sticker on his wind-
Jacksonville II W. T. Week's chapter of I ON THISWONDERFUL
{near Keystone Heights. I II the United Daughters of the Con- I 4
In CAKES for I Miss Hazen is of
Specializing a graduate federacy met in the Methodist 7

Weddings Birthdays, Anniversaries BHS and also graduated from recreational building Tuesday Vote .. :. : : 1954

Teas Showers, Receptions Blue Mountain College in Missis- afternoon of last week with Mrs. I Ewell Lawson
sippi. She took two years of adVanced I I For
etc. Nuts, Mints, Petit W. G. Haile as hostess.

Fours.SPECIAL I I courses at Southwestern The meeting was opened with G-E FREEZER !
Baptist Theological
Seminary in
I prayer followed by the salute and I
DECORATING I New Orleans, and at Ft. Worth. II .
.pledge to the flags. Plans were i ii FOR
PRIVATE ART LESSONS j Texas. She taught school one year Memorial
i made for
at Franklin. La. before entering
( services to be given at Crosby i
THELMA JENNINGS [Baylor University School of Nur- i County Commissioner
Lake Cemetery on Sunday after-
in p
sing Dallas Texas. She was a I
Jefferson t Bay Ph. 278-J noon. April 25. under the direction .
graduate technician
when she
tered the Parkland School of en- of the chapter historian, Mrs .4 k' DISTRICT TWO .. E
Nursing -I .
--- for her degree as graduate : L G. Powell. I II ; !' -IU

r.urse. I I Mrs. Powell gave an interesting I Since :
County Commissioners t
are now elected .. ." ...
After completing her training. reading. "The New South" by I bj county wide vote, I take this means of i '..... ..-... '.... ..-'-.'-.:...- % i
Miss Hazen wants to do missionary Henry W. Grady. The May meet- LJ soliciting the vote ::,::1:::: ;:(-i.:::,:.'::'::.::> %O
.e and
.' work in foreign fields. She ing will be held at the home of support of each and I I .=;;';;:;;,::.:,:::r.. ;:
thinner every voter in the county. Since I have to work for 3 E ;2
; new would appreciate hearing from Mrs. G. J. ?McGriff with Mrs. LexGreen a living i '_.._._.:.=.. -=.-.. ( APACITYJ
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operating npy own busiaess it will be impossible to make I :::'
friends cohostess. a II
at her address 3911 as .
I Maple I I : :""
I countywide canvass and see each one of )ou in ThereI ::'r.I1'; : :sfi' l
BIBLES Ave., Dallas, Texas. Refreshments were served dur- person. I .; .... -
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ing the social hour. fore I will appreciate it if you will accept this message as a i t.i g

":J' I personal visit and give me jour Vote and Support on May 4. ...... .. .._..,......... .-.: .,.
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3-: -..J>fV World::-- i!ForTonyLawson I Business Met Monday Night Ii Thank rou.EWELL LAWSON, ....................'.'.'..-..:....'..'.....-.-.-..-...-.-...... .....-... _

Tony Lawson celebrated hiol

JO-TEXT 11 I seventh birthday anniversary with i The Business Women's Circle of ,"",- I. I

a party on Friday. Apr. 2, In his I the First Bapsist WMU met Monday -
paper class room at school. I i i night with Mrs. C. J. Houpt I NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT TANGIBLE MODU HA 7K A MW,highly tffkient Fiberglas -

oN' ..... Games were enjoyed and prizes : bringing a program on medical PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXESA' 0 M heat stals. in. .cold helps-assure keeps
were won by Jackie Arnold and :I missionaries. Those taking part
pt,.vid.-d by Chapter 20 23. A. ts ..f I'Ml, N"..!.<- j iherrl pi\m Fail! Safe Alarm Systemoiiiterbalanced l Iow-cOt operating tffid-
baskets with Mrs. Don
Jimmy Joyner. Tiny
'Ion the program were that tangible personal property taxesa"t"rd for >rar liioJ are now dInuiuent. --- 4 ency.
$J50. I candy Easter eggs were given to Neel, Mrs. .1./ H. Moncrief, Mrs. : and beginning April lt such tax.are drawing interest of ufl. S ( lid
each child. I per cent per month plus the proportionate cot of publishing this notur PoMtivt-Action latch Nor than 3,500,000 G.E
U. D. Doyle.; Mrs. Pearl Schrop- 1'nlet-s., the amounts set opposite each name below are paid before tht- Selective Temperature Control Staled-In
\ I A beautiful two-tiered birthday shier, and Mrs. Jack Seimer. first day of May. 1954. warrants will issue thereon directing levy up..n refrigerating systems
lii &otUlifU//l I and seizure of the tangible personal property of the taxpayer for unpaid S Removable Wire BasketsTwoiompartmtnt have been h service
1 I cake decorated with .green andi : After the business session, presided -i taxes' penalties taxpayers and the amount of taxes. including: the cost Storage 10 years or longer.
light, yellow coconut and tiny Easter 1 over by the leader. Mrs. A. of advertising and the first month's penalty are as follows: AlI.AlumlmamOnePieceliner .

tasitrtortaJIEIOVIO I eggs and centered with three yelI i Russell Norman refreshments School District -No, 1 Case, G. A. iOriffis Pieffer John D. :tf; i I : G-l Dependability COME IN AW SEE IT .TODAYl
I low roses and seven yellow can- served the hostesses, Mrs. Barnes Alex: L. $ 2.7S Z. Z. 8.48 ,I
were by
i i Brown. Sam 11.19 Hudson, Betty :3. 7i:
F KINO I dlef was en'edith orange ''F. J. Pellum and Mrs. Willie Mae demons & Kelder L57 Kite, PerryKowatoh. 3.22: '
JAMES VUIION ,drinks. |Crews Wesley %%.01 Julius !.i5 |I
I I Tommy's teachers assisted his Denton. Crosby, Floyd 25.83 ':Little, G. H. 37.83 !! Come in and Register FREE for the FREE G.E.
Griffis, Henry D., et al 128.35 J;Mastersi.. W. 15.2S
I mother Mrs. W. E. Lawson. in T Harley, H. C. 2.14 IXewbern, Chris J. '.CI
A U60...*" Ktftteact Bible. :Association TU Hische, FredHntcheson 3'.82 Phillips. Beulah 19.02 I IRONER TABLE & CHAIR COMBINATION FIRST PRIZE
printed on a tupetb MW ladU paper I serving and entertaining the chilI C. C. 21.44 j Hitch. Carl <7SJ

., .&baI ia iecred1b1 sAd optque this...sAd oner white"ee.uoaa ia mtar I dren. I The Association Training Union Johns Lee, LoyPreseott, A. P. 110.05 5.33 [{Sanders Salisbury.Watch J. C. Shop aLes 1.731 I AND THE G E. OSCILLATING FAN SECOND PRIZETO

eipecti iBta lh. paper used ia executive officers will meet today H. A.. Jr.Starling 29.50 .Seabright, Edward 3.79
.itch mora cOld .volume The>. WSCS Notice ,I (Friday) at 8 p.rn.ith the First :. A. U lS.51jShull I E. T. 37.S3113.CS BE GIVEN AWAJ
I (netful Bible ire a dclifhi bold I Tomlinson Roy Q. 4.41 ,Starlings. Joe S.
.pleuott read.o,to c..a. Baptist.Church, Starke. All asso- Underbill Oliver 30.80 (Tucker. H. E. 37.S1 AT
Pound ia BAudtome blivk j The Methodist. S. C. S. busi- ciational officers are urged to at- ',Whidden, Theron D. .. c.99Yan'8! Cafe 19.02: SATURDAY, MAY 1ST 3:00 P. M.
Sekool DUtrfft X 3 Williams Jennette :.6'
iwo.wa.Wortez t '.'1) ness and program meeting t md. IA & A Luncheonette 11.49 (Williams. Joe 19.62
Red letter Edition t US :held Monday afternoon at 3:30 Alvarez, Rafe V. 37.83 Srkool DUtrlcto., IS : WE CARRY PLENTY OF FREEZER SUPPLIES IN ALL SIZES
Andreu. I. \V.Ann's 1.71 (AlIen R. G. (
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Other BiaJiati S> jj tlO.lt i.o'clock in the church sanctuaryI I
Memorial Day Bakery 19.0 Bighara. W. E., Jr. 28.66
I with Mrs. E. K. Perryman, presIdent Avery InnJBessant. 1J.O Carlton. R. R. 5.39 I
presiding. W. A.. Jr. 124.36 Games Eugene C. 4.60 j
Memorial services will be held Cain Willie 2,87 Hodges. E. W. 20.S3 G. J. McGriffCall
I "Who Are The Guilt)" is the at Crosby cemetery on April 25'Coney Island Shop 26.54: ,jMott. H. H. 21.55 I t tCra
:title of the worship and program ford. Zary 11.49 :''Padgett. L. C. t5.251
at4 p.m. Everyone is urged to j Dixie GrilljDutky's :rUt !Thomas J. W. 30.70 :
to be under the direction of
given i
i 75.45 J. R. Kelly ;
j Chaplain and Mrs. W. G. Cofeld attend and bring flowers for the j Electric Service I Supply 131.58 i Tax Collector. and Walnut Streets Starke, Fla.

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Mrs. J. R. Carroll and son, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus and Ernestine )[. Denmark John S. Shu- written instrument purporting to I i' -- I

Charles and Stevie and daughter family are spending the Easter Z.ford.Purnham E. Dupgar, Inspectors.Jones and Pearl said be the decedent Last Will has and been Testament admitted!! of tn i-: ::-= : "_-_-:: -=o =,,'r_>" --"--_: ::__' _':-__ : __::::-_ --" i

:Mrs. Gertrude Jones, and :Mrs. weekend with relatives in Chatta- \fcht S.U.Ra.mnnd (probate in this Court. You are hereby E
L. Stone, Clerk: Ruth B. commanded within six calendar
Carroll's sister Mrs. BerticeI hoochee.
I I Broadway, Mildred A. Parker. G. months from the date of the first
I Douglas, all of Miami, spent Friday I' Colored Easter Chickat Sis- Paul Raymond, Russell B. MiRacand I publication of this Notice to appear ( IkRL SALE i
Ronald )I. Uriffis. Inspector in this Court
and show
I and Saturday visiting Mrs. t trunk's. Prrrinrt \... 4 I causeif :
I iraham I any you can, why the action o 1
CJ INTHE NEWS j Carroll's uncle, J. S. Norman of Mrs. George Carter of Cocoa is Basil Davis, Clerk; Equilla Roberts this Court in admitting said Will,)!' i ito

1 I Lawtey who is ill. ,I spending several weeks with Mrs. .1 specters.Prrrinrt. Carl. Jones, John C. Moody, In- j| voked.probate should not stand unit ',. 38Pc. i

V r I Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter. Jr. I J. H. Fields and the Charlie' \a.:5 Ilauiptuu I (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) Theron A. Yawn ]
i had as their guest last week Don M. L. Watttrson, Clerk; R. County Judge, Bradford County,
:Mrs. Raymond Howe Jr. and :Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson ,I Powells. Brown Frances Wads-north L.I I i Florida. Kitchen
Spencer I of Miami. :Miss dietician Earl Matchett. Inspectors. j Date of first publication i Group i
j Merry Winkler, a !! I I : April
David few South Florida
son, of St Augustine are I spent a days in Preciart Se.6-'I'Yerr..a 16, 1954. 4,16 4t 5 7
spending a week with the senior!I the early part of the week. When you care enough to send ';at the Georgia Baptist Hospital Walter S. Sibley, Clerk: Geneva |I i ii t

Howes. I Mrs. Ruth Lane of Jackson- the very Best HALLMARK I in Atlanta, will be home for the Hersey Dickinson, W. c. Burton. and Delaney i,i, la the Court ef the County J.IIge,1 j ONLY ;
Easter Cards at Bullington Studio InspectorsPreriatt Bradford County Florida la
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and ]i ville was visiting her parents : weekend- with her parents, Mr. ::100 7 Nrw Rh.r Probate. Phone 80 Starke Fla. i
and Gift Shop Phone 265 Starke, I M. F. Wigpins. Clerk ,IN RE The Estate of H, L. Srou n- ,
and Mrs. E. A. Winkler. : Guy Parrisb :
children spent Sunday in Valdosta !,Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards, on Fla. Frank I.. Tomlinson and Curtis, lee, Deceased. I. : 500.95 1!
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns 1i
Ga. Mr. are Dukes. Inspectors. I CREDITORS
visiting and Mrs. James Monday evening. I :AOTICK TO i
Reddish. I I Misses George Ann Freeman Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis of Apopkais I'j leaving Friday for Dallas, Texas Prerlaet >'". X Broiler I All creditors of the Estate of HiL. I U ,
two weeks with Mr. I' L. L. Dyal, Clerk; X G. Hayes I.. Brown lee, deceased, are hereby
Mrs. David Scott of Decatur.and I Louise Johns of Jacksonvillewere spending J for an indefinite visit with Mr. W. Barry L. U Parker and Albert 'I notified and required to file any I
and Mrs. James Lewis. I and Mrs. J. Prentis Morgan. Ernest Edwards. Inspectors I claims or demands which they may
Ga. has returned to her home weekend guests of Mr. and I ', $9.00 DOWNPlus
Py ,,have against said Estate in the Office -
Mrs. W. H. Nollman the Order of the
I and of
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Studstill County -
after a ten-day visit with her Mrs. Charlie Cowen. Commissioners of Bradford of the County Judge of Ladford ; -
past week in Lake Wales and children the weekend Florida County. I( County. Florida in the Courthouse TaxFREE :
n-in-'aw and daughter Dr. and Mrs. Walter Cooper is spendingthe are spending April 5, A.D., 1954.
with friends and busi (OFFICIAL SEAL at Starke. Florida, within I It
Sebring on Charles A.
with Mrs. Studstill's mother, Mrs.Alma Darby
Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Easter holidays in Sanford Clerk Circuit CourtIt eight calendar months from the dateof II
ness. Johnson in Jacksonville. the first publication of this I
::with friends.Mr. .
Marion Nell of'Tarpon Springs ; 4/16
Notice. Each claim or demand must
Mrs.'VI. G. Haile, Sr. is leaving Roberts Jewelry -
I Anniversary
was the dinner gueSt Wednesday' and Mrs. Edward Jacks OTICKOF I TF.\TIO, .TO I be in writing and must state the
today for a' ten-day visit with Sale Ends Saturday, April' 17. REGISTER place of residence and post office
evening of last week, of Mr. and+i and children of Highland Park, FICTITIOUS JCAMB and
Notice address of the must
i lit
her and families Mr. andMrs. hereby
sons ; Mrs. L. M. Wimberly of Lake given that the
Mrs. CharlieCoweTl.. Ill were visiting the Harry :Moo- undersigned, under the provisions(be sworn to by the claimant his
Roberts I Monday while enroute to W. G. Haile Jr. and Mr. Butler is visiting her daughter.Mrs. of Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida, agent or attorney, or the same will
.Jewelrynnln".ry tys on and Mrs. Jack Haile in Miami andalso G. S. Brown, and family Acts of 1941, will register with the become void according to law.
Sale Ends Saturday! April 17. St. Petersburg. Clerk of the ftircuit Court in and April 8, 1954. I :
I with Mr. and Mrs. J. S this week. for Bradford County State of Florida (Signed) Madge Brownlee Chasteen
(Adair in West Pdlm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ensor of Jacksonville upon receipt of proof of publica- Executrix of the Estate of H. I
I tion of thin notice the fictitious L. Brownlbc, Deceased.
t I Mr. and Mrs. Carl LaMar Johns; will be weekend guests of ['name of Crescent Motor Court Williams & Futch, I'. O Box mStarke I
VOTE FOR AND ELECT i and son of Gainesville are spend, Ming rs. Bertha Pearce. 'I' which w*. are engaged in busi nn'der Florida I
i ness on I*. S. :501 south of Attorneys for Executrix. '
the weekend with Mr. and Mr.! and Mrs. W. M. Agin of Fla. First publication on April 16. 1954. I Opy
I_ Mrs. Carl Johns. William and Margaret 4/16 4t 5:7
1 Rt.
TRUMAN NORMAN Baldwin weekend of
I were guests 2, Box 21S, sole owners. _
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shuford and I sit
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register. Dated this 16th day of April A.D_ .la The Court Of The County Judge,
Mrs. George Shuford spent Sunday 1954 at Starke Bradford: County. Bradford County, Florida.In e
Mrs. N. B. Rosier and children.Mr. Florida.
SCHOOL BOARDDISTRICT 'I in St. Augustine. and Mrs. Floyd Green and I 4/16 4t 5/i : RE: Estate Probate.IN of H. B. Schofield.

ONE Robert Jewelry AnniversarjSale Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake I Deceased
( Circuit Court ,
'I. Bradford Court,. .NOTICK 01J'ILI\G PKTITIOV FOR
: Ends Saturday, April 17
+ s Butler are luncheon guests Friday Florida la Chancery. I FINAL IHtiCHlRGE! OF
FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN SCHOOL WORK. I Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion I Rosemary B Bothuell. Plaintiff vs, KXKCVTRIX ] t
a '- of Mrs. C. H. Dittmar in Jacksonhe I I
Bothnrll WHOM
.. f :! and son of Ocala are spending t Defendant. TO IT MAY CONCERN:
!f! IN THE SCHOOLS. FATHER OF TWO ville. I Case No. 10-442 Notice is hereby given that I have I
.. weekend with their Mrand Order Of Publication Aad filed final Executrixof 1
.) parents. Notice T* my returns as
k BOYS. 14 AND 3 YEARS OF AGE. WILL WORK Pepper Tomato and Flower Appear
Mr. State Of Florida Tot the estate of H. B. Schofield deceased ,
t FOR BETTER SCHOOLS FOR HIS DISTRICT AND Mrs. Al Hartman and Plants at SLstrunk's.Mrs. Alexander J. Ibthu ell. whose res- ; that I have filed my petition ,
COUNTY. and Mrs. Leo Champion. J. E. Hildebran and daugh- Ud'ence and address i is 640 Ridgredale for final discharge, and that I -
Aven.. Woodbridge, X. J. will apply to the Honorable TheronA.
Your Vote and Support on May Will Be Appreciated Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ashurst ol Mter r Linda, were in Jacksonvilleon You are required to appear n /A. Yawn County Judge of Bradford FREE
Cocoa will be weekend guests of r Monday on business and shopping. May IT 1954, in the above named County. Florida, on May 10,
1 (Pd. Pol., A dr.) i \Court and cause, wherein plaintiff !1954, for approval of the same and ,
.iMr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen. seeks!! divorce, alimony custody.on ((for final discharge as Executrix ol
i I Mrs. W. M. Plaster and baby of r Hollis V. Knight was in Tampa I i trol Bradford and support County of Telegraph minor children.: !the estate. of H. B. Schofield, deceased. 9 x 12LINOLEUM

Jacksonville were visiting Mr l '. on Tuesday. I publish this Order in next shall four April 14, 1954. I

and Mrs. J. K. Douglas on Sunday, Steve Simmons is spending this I weekly issues I (Signed) Annie P. Schofield, RUG
Witness my hand and official seal Executrix of the estate of H Bbchofield
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark am week in Miami on business andalso '!at Starke Florida this April 9, 1934.; deceased.

children, Steve and Nancy o:r visiting his parents. Mr. and 1(OFFICIAL SEAL As Clerk) Charles of said A. Darby I 4/164t j 7la With Each Kitchen Group

Miami will be weekend guests of:r Mrs. Paul Wilhelm.Mr. I Ftv Marian L. Crosby Deputy Court Clerk The Circuit Court In _tad For
Mrs. C. D. Williams I and Chas. R. Hess 204 Cuaranty Life Bradford County, Florida.In ,
Mrs. L. .
R. Tenly of ; -- .. ,-
o r Mr. and Mrs. John Deas wen 2 j Gainesville were Sunday guests of Attys.Bldg. Jacksonville for Tlf Fla.4/16 4t 5,7' I Roberts Chancery.Kate Smith. nt'fendant.1 ;.: _: : =:: ._-";:;.-. :-,: ::-:-i1Iit! :_ :: --_: ::' --_ _>-

I in St. Petersburg Sunday t() i Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Tenly. The Hugh Justus Smith, Jr.,

'Thursday attending the Libert], Tenlys also had as Monday guests la Florida Circuit In Court rhanrrrr.iCharlotte Bradford. Corot r. I NOTICE OF Case SLIT No. 10.452 -

National Insurance Co. convention. '.I Rev and :Mrs. Mitchell. The Stale Of Florida Tot
Hugh H Walters Plaintiff, v!'
|Hugh Mitchell. Defendant. I Hugh Justus Smirk, Jr., Garth
WOMEN and daughter Julia Ann. of Fort i Case {Road. KemlwuTth Apartments.
I Roberts Jewelry AnniversarySale ; I Walton Beach. 'Order Of Publication And Xo. Soti 10-451... Apartment No 1-H Scarsdale, West- the best
i To chevter County, New York. buy
Ends Saturday April 17 Mrs. W. E. Thornton is : State Of Florida To: You
visiting Hugh Mitchell, whose are hereby notified that a
Mrs. John Griffin of Ochlocknee, in Auburndale this week. I and address is: I'nknown. residence 'suit has been filed against you in I
BETWEEN AGES OF 18 AND 35 1.1I I iGa. is spending this week will I Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Orr of North May You I 17.are 1954 required, in the to above appear on the above are hereby entitled required cause; and to thatyou file

her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. (Branch Mich., on their way home Court and ,cause wherein plaintiff named your answer with the Clerk of this of the
i Stump. She will be joined over th I from vacation seeks divorce Court and to serve a copy thereof year
Sarasota. upon the plaintiff or the plaintiffssolicitors
I Bradford
I Sewing Machine OperatorsAPPLY E[I Easter weekend by her husbandMr. j euests of Mrs. Carrie Ward from publish this County Order Telegraph in next shall four I dress whose names and ad-
( Griffin A. Welles Stump of r Wednesday Meekly i issues. are::
until .
Friday.Goldfish I Witness I Iest New York will also be the week. my hand and official lofts, and '
Warren L. Jones, Esquire
and seal -
lend guests of the Stumps. supplies at !SUtrunk's. ,,19iif.ut''ICUL.at Starke. Florida this 14 April. !I and Charles R. Scott Es- IN THE 54 MAGIC CHEF
AT OUR OFFICE i I 1 i quire 1712 Barnett Rank Building,
Miss \ ,. ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby Jacksonville, Y. Florida,
Shirley Colley return<\ Bradford County faculty mem- As Clerk of said

10th AND CHURCH STS. II to Washington D, C. on Sun day j fibers attending the State FEA con- |IBy Za,'h Marian H. Douglas L. Crosby, 505; Deputy Court Clerk j.4A.,not D.later. 1954.. than the 17th day of May. Because

,fifter spending several days w livention i in Miami last week were i ing, Jacksonville, Florida.Lynch Build | If you fail to do so, decree pro .
confesso will be entered
I her mother, :Mrs. M. H. Colley !Cbss. S. Partin. P. T. Nolin H 'Att>!'. for Plf. 4/16 4t 57i [you, for the relief demanded against in the

Big Dad Manufacturing Co. I:Miss Colley has been attending fJB.: I Ingram. Wm. Deitz. W.: K: i I II.I the County -JndgVa Court I'complaint, The nature of said suit being for IT'S LUSTROUS BEAUTY

,: the Inter-American conference ir:Hailer, Mrs. R. F Demorest. Miss I i Florida la tad For Bradford County. (divorce.. IT'S LASTING EFFICIENCYIT'S

I South America since .February. | Delia Rosenberg. Miss Audrey In Probate. I Witness my hand and the Seal of
'said (
Starke, Florida i i Gro-Tone, Magic Sloom, Vii ta- Newman and Supt. H. P. Morgan. I[IX lee RE, Deceased: The Estate of H L. Brown- 'County Court Florida at Starke.this 14 Bradford day of ECONOMY ;; ; ."'
at Sistrunk's.Mrs. Tony 'April A. D., 1154 +
gro director of the ; 'XOTICK OF PROHATK OFFICIAL
Morris Carter of Heil-, I Plate Advertising Commission j!|TO I.V ALl.TILE PEIISOXS ESTATE; ; INTERESTED Clerk SEAL,.f the Charles Circuit Court A. Darby 1 rg ,,, '
.11 OF SAID Gives
bronn Springs and Mrs. Maxie, ;Tallahassee was visitor in Starke 1, CEXDEXTYuu :: : ''By Flradfoid, County.. Florida. yquCAREFREE
OFFERS Carter visited their aunt, Mrs i j I Monday_, and while here was' then I 1- are hr">ln notrfii-d. that a I. <-ro-l.\ [>rput 4 >' ('lerk.1 l

LV/I R E Z THE Dade Came City Smith on Sunday.in a hospital L1 I dinner Lucian Conner.guest of Mr. and Mrs .h4t5'I I I

Mr and Mrs. C. T. Beasley and I I'' Edward Charbonneau of St. -

daughter. Mrs. Jack Meyers ol f: Petersburg: will arrive Saturdays

WIDEST SELECTION OF Lake Alford were Sunday i I to spend Easter with Mrs. Carrie H. A. Lawson :

of Mrs O. L. Beasley and MrsJ. (Ward.

W. Kincaid. Mr. and Mrs C. C,, Peat Humas.. Sheer Manure.

SPRING SUITS Hoppe of Tampa were also week. :Dairy Fertilizer at SIstrank's.

end guests of Mrs. Beasley and I FXKSCHOOL "\\\iW\\\\\\l

Since They Opened Their Doors For Business Mrs. Kmcaid. American Legion ,F'-- ,-.
: Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Joiner o @
a; Enjoys Fish I
In 1894 Atlanta, Ga. are spending Fry BOARDDISTRICT i

month with their daughter Mrs'I j
| Good luck (or was it skill?) on XO. FIVE
L. D. Vining and Mr. Vining. The 1
1i:i their weekend fishing trip! enabled ,
I CURLEE AND linings also had as Sunday I \\ant to
American this
i Legion Post 56 to have opportunity to come into
) and
SEWELLSPRING guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Joiner,
i i a fish fry complete with hushpuppies hearts for a little chat to let you know that I
am a candidate
Jr. of Griffin, Ga. I
I and coffee on Tuesday for the School Board, District No. Five. If the Lord leads
Flower Pots at Sis trunk's.
night! at the Lpgion Hall. A group: to I
: you support me in the May fourth election: I will appreciate

:Mis Lex Green and daughter, !'of the Legionnaires went fishing it very mudi. I ain not a politician. I am & business man and

l Lu will leave this week for a loft Cedar Keys and landed aid | God knows vie need
God-fearing business' men and I
ten dad \'Isitith their son anrother catch of about 3/K/ ) pounds of the women in
management of our schools.
b Michael in Racine, Wis. groupers. I

SUITSParade Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs. RalphAlvarez Dave Godding, Asst. State St'rvI I Thank'ou.. I

Rp Mrs. J. H. DuPre andMrs I ice Officer of the Lake City VAHospital -
G V. Lee, members of the was a guest. H. A. LAWSON '

In One Of These Handsome, Lorena Epperson WMU circle, I Next mt't'tingill be held April ,

Flawlessly-Tailored Suits By CurleeOr took gifts to the veterans in the ,27. at which time there will be f!

election -- '" -- _.. .__ ..... _
Lake City VA hospital on Wednesday an officersi ." -L : ,
Sewell afternoon. I i "- --- ..-.- 'u -- .- __ --'iI __ ___ __ :_

M)' and Mrs. Z. R. Jones an Big Variation

From 'hive sons of Donaldsonville, G i I

I $1-999 were weekend guests of Mr. d 1 I In I. Q. Poses'I I

Mr T A Yawn. Jr. !I School Problem

Mrs D B. Webb of Miami Miss
To ;. June Clark of Jacksonville ,Beachana !1' Among other problems facing Dedicated To Community Service FREE INSTALLATION
"Movie Are Better Than
$4750f I
Mr and Mrs Ulray Clark oNorth f | the educational profession these I

Augusta S. C. will spendthe days, H. P. Morgan, School Supt., II
weekend with their parents. said this week is the tremendous [ :you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad ;!I

WINGS ANDARROW Mt and Mrs I. E. Clark. range in the abilities of students. cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS I

He cited one instance where in FREEThis

f week nrWWATCJlHS at Dahmer's. $1 (per tf) one class a pupil had an IQ i intelligence Fri Sat -Aprtf 16, 17 Sun., Mon.-April 18 19 I

quotient) 150.
(\ J y* KIi SPORT ? Mrs. Richard May and daughter I I in the same class another pupil'siIQ I Ii Ivl Range Only $10.81 Per MonthUSE
Melody of Hampton were HIS
/ I II
i rating was 65. ,

U t -Mlii SHIRTS Robert weekend Barksdale.Mr guests of. Mr. and Mrs. I I Obviously, he said the pupil ii A I YOUR OLD STOVE AS DOWN PAYMENT
\. with the extremely high rating
t and Mrs. Ralph Cox and F x ; I
;. will make rapid progress. far 30 MONTHSTO
to daughters of Live Oak were Sunday ::J
1.95 I
; faster than the rest of the class i
; guests of Mrs. D. L. Silcox. I
Mrs J H Fields was the overnight while the one with the !orating II 7reHNIcOI0lt : PAY ON BALANCEr
1>1.49S will have difficulty keeping up
guest l :
Wednesday of Mr. I
1 Morgan said that teachers try ] Y yuyty ,
and Mrs Robert Tanner in Baldwin I ,
'to determine in grading pupils M1u x I

i(iif the student is making as much t. Gill MITOO1 ; Exclusive
Plus "S'on" nse News Reel" Ca Features
r progress as he is capable of I
loon and Latest World News \
; Last week Morgan attended ".

FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S four-day meeting of the Florida a T. RAY i iR : That makes Magic Chef the Range that

Educational Association at Miami 1 most Women Want to Buy
outstanding educators addressee
JUST Tues., Wed & Thur I t
ONE i,the convention officers were
STETSON AND ETCHISON -And- April 20. 21. & 22Happen Red Wheel
FRIGIDAIREMade .elected and the dues were raised < Oven Heat Concealed Flue Vents

I r Regulator And Many Others.
STRAW HATS only by General I :IoOTln: I I I +

Motors Corp. All other Null,'r is hereby gin hat* UK''' _
I follow mg Clerks and In.-p.i i<'rhu\ MODERN DESIGN
Electric Refrigerators are been appointed for the K.r-t f'I. SEA Magic Oven Eye
made by other :mary Election to be held Tui,iia.May hoq
4 to companiesand 4, AD.. 1954 in the \ai.mii i III'

$2-95 $7.50ALVAREZ' cannot Frigidaire.use the word I finct Preriaeto of Bradford. 1 Count- l.aetey). Fli>. .rt.i OF TP You!* f I Swing Out Broiler'f I MAGIC UNIT BURNERS FLAME:

Winton Parnsh. t'irrk ThasOn ;
kins. Ralph Dane>. .'"rl Ta.ir LOSIP"
James T. Ferguson and D. v.d! K
{Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Hedding, Inspectors.Prrrinrt .
:\... 2 North Stare KTEBaimA

? ? C L Curne D.1'Clerk Shift Kathrj t, F \ CENTRAL

STORE"Since THEN SEE I bert Alvarez Lee Mildred Crosby Jr.Brown. .Minnie, Sapp.L. T A\>-- g Plus .Milky VValT Cartoon andLatest FLORIDA A GAS

ux Austin Fender. Eldon Sapp ..nd I World News

E. H. SMITHTenth J R. Chaiteen InspectorsAtght Shirt & APPlllANCE
189f H. L. Norman. Clerk: Nita Dobbs, I(llus "Xaugnty But Nice" COMING REAL SOON CO.
J. Lucian ('...nner. H K. TVIII-, rtia- ,And Cbap. 1 KldJ Serial'
Hardy and Mary Ella Watttrbun ', 149 W. Call :
Starke, Fla. and Temple Are. Inspectors. i SHULLIIRHAPSODY" St. Starke, Fla.BRADF'ORD .
1 Starke Fla PrerUrt X.. :3 South Stare j' E. T ; .
Dar Shift t'|. .. -- ,' '_0- -' J ,
I* M. Games Clerk, Clyde C lsim, - .. .- ---- -- - --.' -- -- ,- .





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FRIDA Y, lU'JUL 16, 1953

TY and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright included spent the weekend with Mr. Shu- Base spent the weekend with his 'TTTTTVTTTTTTfTVTTTTTTTT1 1 .' ,. ._. -
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Rev. and Mrs. Lingerfelt ford's mother, Mrs. J. S. Shu- parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. War- j i .. -- .. - -- .- ...'.-1'.b'- _----._.- :,,--, ., :-_-. __' _'_-_'- .- ....__ _'-_._-.-- -_-1'--;_.. .."'".; 1
LAWTEY of Middleburg and :Mr. and Mrs. ford Sr. ren. His many friends will be hap- I HAMPTON .'
Doc Wainwright and daughtersof Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch spent I II py to know that :Marvin has recently 'i,
Jacksonville. Sunday afternoon of last week been promoted from Corporal -, FOOD (
1L Ii. Futcft I by Mrs. Wm. \V. Hammond SOUTHERN FESTIVAL !
Misses Idell and Betty Durbanof with friends in Keystone Heights.Mr. to Airman First Class. I
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMarkalee Jacksonville spent the weekend and Mrs. Preston Green Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Pons and AAAAA&AAAA&AA.AAAA&AAAAAHampton I
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. formerly of Palatka. have recently children of Tallahassee spent the ..,,-- ?
Raulerson who is a Christian ChurchJ.
Ed Durban. moved to Lawtey and are re- weekend with Mrs. Pons' parents, 'N fl/////////////////////j,
student in Florida Christian B. Dixon, pastor i
J. W. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. siding in the Thede House on Mr. and.Mrs. B. E. Reddish. --
lege in Tampa spent the weekend I Bible School l 10 a. m. Preaching
J. D. Hall of Jacksonville were Lake Avenue. Mr. Green is the Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest spent
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 11 a. m. Young People's meetmg 1
calling in Lawtey Sunday after- new manager of the Lawtey drug Thursday of last week with her I7 =
Ernest Raulerson. 8 ::::
p. m. Preaching p. m. :::::
noon. store and the Gulf Service sta- brother P. H. Day, and family of : =
Mrs. Louis H. Hill of Ft. Myers I Patsy and Buddy Roafk spent:
Glenn Crews of Miami spent Cedar Kejr. =-
the weekend at her home tion.Danny and -
spent the weekend with his parents, Phillips spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Sr. Saturday Sunday with their =-
I Mrs. R. F. I.I.I ;;::
here.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews. end with friends in Gainesville.Miss were in Hastings last Sunday at- I grandmother Dyalat :-:::
and Mrs. George Roberts. Warren Boatwright, son of Mrs. Rachel Boyer of Jackson- tending the Christening of their', the Farm Colony. :::
Jr. and small son Rickey, of Sa- Effie ,Boatwright, is glad to be ville is spending this week with grandson Rickey Roberts, son of The Hampton Home Demonstration -!! :,-.::. ><
vannah, Ga. were guests of his home again after a term of two her sister, Mrs. W. F. Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Jr. .1 Club met at the Community I II N.a ORE
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. years in the service of Uncle Sam. family. I Miss Martha Pegram of Stuart Center on Thursday of last week.
Roberts Sr. during the weekend.Mr. About a year of this time was Mrs. S. C. Harley Mrs. Jimmy and Miss Beverly Ann Applebyof I The project was "A new way to 1 4 ?111/1/l/llit__.
and Mrs. H. E). Markhamand I spent in Korea from where he Gaskins and daughter, Jackie, of Atlantic Beach were weekend put on zippers: ,
children, Danny Rowe and has just returned.W. Heilbronn spent Sunday afternoonwith 'guests of Mrs. E. Warren.. The P. T. A. met on Tuesdayof Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat., April 17
Donna Raye of Gainesville spent! P. Kemp spent last week Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. i Mrs. Leslie Bradley and chil- last week, after the business
the weekend with her parents with relatives in White Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips of i dren spent Sunday afternoon at meeting delicous refreshments
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Starling. !' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and Gainesville were visiting his par- I Atlantic Beach. were served in the school cafe- Perfect Brand GrapefruitSECTIONS :. '.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. son, Kenneth, of St. Augustine ents. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs.I teria by Mrs. Percy Sullivan. We

last Saturday. Friends of Leslie Mae Wells were shopping in will have one more meeting this No Cans
:. -_. __ _._ ,- .' .'0'_ '_ ." '" I will be interested to know that I Ij 1 I Gainesville Thursday of last week.I term at that time Mrs. Frank I S E S 30f 10C
j the entered Alachua General Hospital i')I Mrs. D. W. Starling and Mrs.R. Thomas and Mrs. W.Y.. Hammond I
WE'VE% ALL THE PROPS the first of this week where E. Starling were shopping in will entertain. I
he expects to undergo surgery. Gainesville on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baker and I
We hope he will soon be out and i I Prof. Hugh B. Ingram, in company children Edith Ann, Harry Jr. I Tropical Red RipeTOMATOES Ij;
around again.Mr. I with other teachers of the I Elva Jean and Harvey called on .1'
FOR EASIER PAINTING and Mrs. Howard Miner,county, attended the Florida Ed the Hammond's Sunday evening.Mr. I No 303 Cans
and son Westconnett were Sun- ucation' Association meeting in and Mrs. Artis Smith and 10CDeep
day dinner guests of his .mother, Miami Thursday, Friday and Sat- i four boys of Orlando visited her
Mrs. Effie Miner. urday of last week. sister, Mrs. H. E. :McGee and
Mrs. Frank Wells spent last Mrs. Mae Wells spent Sunday family Saturday.Mr. .
r week in Madison with Mr. Wells afternoon with relalives in Mid- South Brand I
and Mrs. John Hess and
where he is currently employed. dleburg.Mr. .
,' r i. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Manning of and Mrs. R. W. Willis of baby of Hutchinson, Kan. arrived Oz Can
last week to spend sometime with ORANGE
"" ;;; Macclenny were guests of Mrs. Callahan were Sunday afternoon his parents. They called on his JUICE E 46 19CChase
Effie Boatwright and family guests of the Miner and Wells
\ I fathers M. C. Hess here who ac-
Thursday of last week. families.
companied them to Holly Hill
Marvin Warrtn of Eglin Air I Rev. G E. Farrar of Melrose
where the rest of the family & SanbornCOFFEE (Limit 1 with $5 Food Order!)
resides. Mr. Hess returned Sun-

Q' tP11 3I YOURS FOR A PROSPEROUS FLORIDA" I If day.Mrs. I Pressure-Pak Lb Can
I tl0 I TT O. D. Gay of Dunnellonand Ii F F E E 95CAll

WILBUR C. KINGCandidate I son Elmer Gay of Orlando ,
were in town Saturday. j

for Re-election I Mrs. M. B. Layfield spent the | Brands (Limit 6 with $5 or more Food Order!)
weekend with
I to the her son C. H. Lay- :
II Florida Railroad and Public I ir field and family of Gainesville. j!
I Tall/ Cans
Ii I Utilities Commission I Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May of| EVAP MILK 3 35CDonald
says: I Palatka were pleasant callers in1 1
i "Thank you for your faith and town Sunday afternoon. j,

We've got Sherwin Williams Paint, boild oil, turps, 'I' r. service confidence in this in office.me during The work my I I[ Mrs. J. A. Williams returned :;I DuckMAYONNAISE'
tints, extracts, brushes everything you need to paintup and support of my friends in from the Doctors Clinic of Starke I
inside or out. i my campaign for re-election :[Monday much improved in health. I
are sincerely appreciated. Good I Walter and George Young, sons i Qt Jar
What's more, we'll show you the RIGHT way to paint citizens everywhere say this ,of Mrs. Verna Young have returned i 49CSwift's

anything a house, trim work, walls, woodwork c for Commission Florida .is.doing. in regulating a fine job j i to school after entertaing tht ]

even furniture. We'll show you how to prevent windows railroads; electric power and I mumps. i,
from sticking, how to keep insects away from fresh paint. gas services; telephone and I Mrs. E. B. Crosby and nieces j
telegraph; truck and bus lines; Ruth, Muriel, Jane and Elise i t I-
Dozens of painting tips that will save you time and taxicabs and ferry over boats the. highways, I insist I Mann of Brooker called at the IIJ. !I ShorteningJEWEL ;
stretch your paint dollar. No obligation. Just ask! that the utilities serve Florida | A. Williams home Sunday.

by keeping pace with its Mrs. Jessie Chastain and granddaughter ; Lb Can
growth and by giving to its E L 3 15C
Sue called on friends in I
,"Everything To Build Anything"STARKE citizens the best service in the (Graham Sunday afternoon.
nation. I hone to continue to
': serve our great state and its Mrs. Omen Jones and Mrs
1 progressive citizens. ;,,Clarence Cooper were callers at'.'
I,the Williams home Monday after Gold Medal Plain or Self-Rising

i Keep WILBUR C. KING Working noon.

BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone I FLORIDA RAILROAD AND PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION I Mr.in and St. Mrs.Augustine Carlton Saturday.Chastainwere FLOUR i: L fib Bag 49C I 0 Lb Bag 95C

45 Washington St. at S.A.L. Depot (Group 1)) Mr. and Mrs. William Ham
(Poid Advertisement) mond and daughter, Willow Ruth I
Starke, Fla. raid by Wilbur C. King, Campaign Treei. were Saturday dinner guests of i 1
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Swift's Premium Cooked Smo. Fruited
Miss Lois McClellan of Waldo.'I
spent Sunday with Miss
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Mrs. Louise blamer spent Sat- ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins:
spent the weekend in .Jacksonville. -'


.. Mrs. Verna Young and son. I
Irving, were in Jacksonville Thurs-
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Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen THIS LOW Lb C
and son, Ardell, and Mr. and Mrs.J. '
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Presbyterian Church Revival Begins Soon IrTTTTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT : The I:: W. Murphys'have enjoyed 'arhraighs were Urs. Albert I CARD OF THANKS
the tendayisit of their/'arbrough and children of Gaines- Words cannot adequately express -
At Bethel Church : daughter and family. Mr. and. \ille. I'
Friday Apr. 16 4 p. m.-Easter : : my deep appreciation for
I Mrs. Troy Eason and small son I
Egg Hunt for Sunday School children i! the many remembrances tele-
]Ronald, of Rocky Mount I*. C. CHURCH OF JESUS. CHRIST
7 p. m.. Men of the Church j A .... .. : phone calls flowers, and cards
:While the Easons were here another -[! LATTER: DAY SAINT
sent to during stay in the
meeting. i me my
Community Chib Meet* ''i I daughter. Mr. and :Mrs. Harold: Services each Sunday mold Ma-
Sunday, Apr. 18, 5:45 a. m. II {hospital and also since returning
Community Club met Tues- ;:Friemuth and four children of I
ionic" Hall E. Calls St.
I on Sunday.home. Your thoughtfulness will
Easter Sunrise Service. Morning
day afternoon with nine members i I Ocala visited on Sunday. !
11 a. m., "The Answer; School; 10 am. Sa".iment Serve be remembered alw a}-Marian
present. The club
rooms :Mr Mrs. M. W. Shealy and i 1 .
Church of Christ Christian ChurchBible i il 6:30 EVeryOr welcome. Howe.
I II of an Empty Tomb. Youth Fellowship a an abundance of beautiful larkspur -' I p.m.
Comer 10th and McMahoa I 6 p. m., Gerry Gibson and i! of all colors, white ,)II children spent Sunday afternoon _
gladiola '- -
School 9:45: a. m. Worship Leslie and Robert Humphries' and amaryllis. A short business j i .in Lake City visiting Mr. Shealy's ,, :.: :.:-=::- } =- __'! ,. ::: ::-=:::-._ :: '_' =- ._ __. .
Preaching A. M. and 7:3ii Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. 'I ) Mr. and Mrs
: sister and family
P.M. II m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday hosts. Evening services 7:30: p. m. r. meeting in charge of president?,
"The Man Who Wanted Life." j Mrs L. F. Farnell Edenfield.
Chapman ended with i!
J. E. Sherwood
7:30 m. :
and Bible Stud
etch Prayer Wednesday Meeting:7:30 P. M. I Minister. Tuesday. Apr. 20, 10 a. m.- 4 3'7 tentative plans set for a covered,' Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle RE\TIV; AL
Meeting of the Suwannee Pres dish luncheon in the latter part spent last Thursday afternoon
AIRPARK BAPTIST IIAMPTO.VCHRISTIAN bytery. 12 noon, luncheon servedto of I }!ay. The hostesses, Mrs. H. J.I i iI with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Saxon,I
CHURCH Suwannee 'Presbytery at'oman's : I Kucera and Mrs. Tom Conners :in Hampton.

Sunday Scnool 9:45: a.m. Special Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship \\ Club.Wednesday. served delicious refreshments. :i Recentisitors of the E. J.
service by Rev. R. C. Crosbyat i Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program Apr. 21. 7:30 p ,
11 a.m. Public invited. L. G. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service 7:30 I m.-Prayer Meeting and Bible
For and Elect
Hemingway pastor. .p. m -Bro. J. B. Dixon pastor.i Study. JOHN DICKS, Evangelist

_. ... .... I Thursday. Apr. 22. 3:30: p. m. i
h .. h. .__ ., h, _-'_." __ -. h .'._ .----- .---.-.'.h'-;' i Junior Choir practice. ':, A. L. GREEN BEGINNING;

At The Tabernacle 'I j Rev s E Sparks, pastor of the School Board Member APRIL 19TH UNTILSen
Graham Baptist Church and
The Tabernacle congregationwas Moderatoi 01 the New River Association w '! DISTRICT THREE (BROOKER. NEW RIVER) 'ices Each Night at 8:00 P.M.

blessed Sunday night by a will be the evangelist HE IS HONEST. DEPENDABLE. CAPABLE.
spiritual message brought by C.\\during a revival to begin at Bethel HE is A BRADFORD COUNTY FARMER AND
- .
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I E. Gremmels of New York, who Baptist Church, Monday night TAXPAYER.HIS
was enroute home after spending;: ,.. "z INTEREST IN THE BRADFORD COUNTY
19. at 7:30 o'clock.In
.1 the winter in South Florida. j I II announcing the revival Rev = .

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town The Sunday morning service!'Richard. Lee pastor of the church j HE HAS SERVED AS A SCHOOL TRUSTEE Everyone is Cordially Invited to Worship with us at
I marked the beginning of the 22nd SINCE 1943
!said: "Rev. Sparks has been high these Spiritual Meetings
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130
I year since the founding of the .
I :sly successful in his ministry. having ORYILLE BROOKINGS, Pastor
Tabernacle and Mission Hall work. ', been engaged in mission an\ Your Vote and Support on May 4 will be Appreciated.

The anniversary observance was j evangelistic work for several year:s !;;::::.:::,:::-: :' :1t::'=---c: :: ":. ----=-'.::-: :_ --. __:- j
in the
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.[ 8:00 P.M. held last Friday night annex '1 in St. Johns Santa Fe. Beulah .

!5 Union I 1 and a musical program followed BXick! Creek. Harmony and let t', "-:.k-: :' _' ::'_" : ':*:_ltt ::.: :1it :: \; .:::: :: : ; t< d .': {:'.:::= ; r: :_': .' ,':._ ,:__'. _' _, '._ ..;
Sunday School 9: A.JI.Training 6:45 P.M. the bountiful dinner spread for
''River Associations.
the members of the Tabernacleand
Midweek Service Wednesday. 8:00 P M. friends attending. Out of In extending an invitation to th,e'''

.. town guests included visitors from I public to attend the services Re
__..._. _, '.' '- :, -:: '. ::.. : :: : : Gainesville.; Keystone Heights.'Lee said: "Come back to Beth:

.. :Hampton, and Lawtey. ,and be blessed. Bring the entir 00'8 STARLINGS
.._ _' .' ,":.' ." ."_: 0 >'" :x ":' '::=." :.it.; i 'family. Come one. Come all." :

2 Great Services Sunday 2 St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. i i, St. Edward's Church

Raymond: MacBlain
;i Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m GROCERY AND MARKET
Come Worship With Us Schedule of Services :
I I Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. an d ,, STORE
COAL; 225 ]8:30 a. m.Children's.
9:45 a.m., Church School 11 Class Saturday 1 11! Corner 'all and Cherry Streets

Sermon 11 A.M.: by Pastor Bob Cray a.m.. Morning Prayer & Sermon; a. m. I On Jax Highway Open Thursday Afternoons
6:30 p.m., Young People's Service Cash
-i I Keystone Heights and Carry
1 League. I Women's Hub) Free Delivery Service '
First Baptist Church Hampton j HOLY COMMUNION I Sunday Mass 8 a. m.
',1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun I Holy day masses 7:30 a m .-. -- = = .
i day 7:30 a.m. I I Confessions before all Masses.I I" : _: .

P.M Goal 160 FRID.i \Y I I
B.T.U. 7 i i

SERMON: 8 P.M. BY REV CHARLES SANKS i: 3 7:30 p.m., p.m.Choir Litany Rehearsal.FAITH & Meditation. 'j{ Church of God SIb Factory Pak C

i, BAPTIST CHURCH j{ Sunday School 10 a.m. Mori]n,- With $5 or

'The Church where Everybody isSomebody' I 1.\\\TE\', FLA. i Ing Worship 11 a.m. EvenirService Lg
I 7:30 p.m. YPE Servi !
Sunday School 10 Preachling
a. m.
: I Tuesday 7:30:: p.m. Prayer Mee till-
1! 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek i
: ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. II I I .
._ ., A. E. Massey, pastor. Lawtey ; _.': :_ _.. ,0,0:7:: : : : ::::: : : :::: :: .'"1 ';_ -:-:::.::::=- :=:" _= .Kf: ___ : ,_
Morling n[
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Worship a.m.

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Revival services at Ebenezi. -- -

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KI II will be good Gospel sings,g. i iv
Gospel preaching and good fellov >
.. ship. Song service will begin ea(:
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j I evening at 7:45. and preaching i 3 9 PRic-
8:15: by Rev. James H. Branc For ;
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P p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Pray'er
.... Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. '

'... .,' '. ......" "...,. ..'. ., 0995 Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. '
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Suwannee Presbytery i I Sgt. Padgett Holds Bowling Trophy'Trail Ridge Plant ; Johns For Furniture! Tax Exemption,

Meets In Starke I Receives National I
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Next TuesdayThe m- "., .- Safety AwardThe And Automatic Homestead Renewals

I -
spring meeting of the Su : National Safety Council' Charley Johns is the first and Johns has said several time *r

wannee Presbytery will be held ., : I has announced that the Trail: only candidate in the current)'meetings over the state during

m the First Presbyterian Church ;, 7 t t. Ridge Plant of Humphreys Gold gubernatorial race to come out his campaign to obtain the Democratic

on Tuesday. Apr. 20. beginningat I Corporation has been presentedthe for the elimination cf. taxes on nomination on May 4th fir,

10 a. m. and continuing until I Council's Certificate of Commendation household furniture and favoring! the unexpired two-year tern. as

I i 'late afternoon.A I fur its excellent safety a law making it unnecessary for i governor.On .

moderator for this meetingwill ., ,-i'i,.: .. ._____ record. home owners to renew'jthetr home- his stand favoring legislation

By Geo. T. Hoggins be elected as the first orderof p: ;;t. The award is presented record only stead exemption applications each eliminating the need of homeowners
I where establishment's
c.unty Agent business. The retiring moderator 4.ra. ;.5 -- an year.

Extension S n1ee is R. B. Donaldson, elder of .i. I satisfies rigid requirements laid The Tax Assessor o5 Dade Coun- I to renew their homesteaei

Agricultural i iI I the South Jacksonville Presby- down in the council's award plan ty. largest county in the state has I exemption applications each war

T'4 for recognizing good industrial enlisted the aid of Charley Johns Johns said:
Cost of Egg Production I intervals for disease. terian Church. I a
safety records. to forego county and state taxes'. "There is no reason wh the.-*
Hens are kept for one mam Budworms in tobacco will be One minister and one elder
Ned H. Dearborn president of on household furniture. !I renewals cannot be made an'.-
purpose to produce eggs for killed with 5 percent DDT, will from each of the 42 churches of'the :
I The National Safety Council. in a :
"I do not believe should each
man the
any ; year in saw
home and Enough make the
use -
II'take about 10 pounds of dust : Presbytery up representative letter of congratulations to W. J.
per be forced to pay taxes on the bed [ manner that voters registrationis
records have been kept toJ pretty strength of the body
,acre on small plants. I Sip elle, Trail Ridge plant superintendent in which he sleeps or .>n the stove carried continuoush without' re-
determine the cost of I to be dis
accurately The first big question .
I : explained that the local which his food is "
If other such upon prepared.
insects as lice or
producing a dozen eggs. Multiplythe cUlsedill be the establishmentof
I for the award beause
plant qualified nt'1I"r
cost of 100 pounds of feed by [aphids are showing up you better a central office of Presbyterv of its injury-free period oJ parents at Brooker after which he

six percent and nave the use a mixture of 1 percent Other important matters undei
*79.954 man-hours from Decem- will go to his new s'ltion at an I
tood cost dozen parathion and 5 percent TDE. consideration the proposed
average per eggs. are Oei 27 1952 to December 31 1953A Air Force Base in iJssoun He
For example if your sack of feed t This will get all the insects. DDT.amendments to the Confession ot
presentation was chief: of his
''is ceremony is serving as crew
cost $585. the feed cost wouldbe cheaper if only budworms are Faith in regard to marriage andi
I neLl Monday at the Trail Ridge Wing, and recently m.id, a training -
about 35c for a dozen eggs. I present.A i divorce a proposed campaign to Plant during the regular monthly flight of six weeks to England

budworm bait can be made '!raise funds for Camp Montgomery. i
You may also divide the cost -'Itlt' meeting.

of 100 pounds of feed by the priceof by mixing one pound ,of arsenateof the Presbytery conferencE-

a dozen eggs and multiplythat lead with about 75:! pounds of grounds located in the Crystal I Easter CantataAn

by three to get the average meal or feed as a spreader. Apply Lake section. and the advisabilitv

production needed to pay the: a pinch in bud of each plant. of the Presbytery's sponsorship SERVICE MEN Easter Canta a. "The Songof

feed bill. If your records are not I Sttfet Potutoe Setting :jof a home for the aged in Jack Easter" by Roger C. Wilson. t

in line with the above figures. I The copper-skinned PuertoRican sonville. will be presented by the Senior

you might need to adjust your is still our most outstanding The Women of the First Presbyterian -
Choir of the First Methodist church
program some way. potato. You might be thinking Church will serve a luncheon

Ban about setting a few extra after to the members of the Pres- Sunday night at 7:30 6'clock. The
'i Testing ProgramThe
awhile for market. We have a bytery at the Woman's Club. choir is under the direction o't
only way to keep bangs MASTER: SERGEANT: DeWitt C. Padgett, son of J. \\ Padgett of
disease in cattle to a minimumis little leaflet that tells you how i! The Suwannee Presbytery extends Carl Roberts and onpn accom- i RLEY-E-JOHXS: & SOX:
:, brooker holds a trophy which he and other members of the 16th In-
to keep them tested. Calves be- to cure them if you would like north and south from the panist will be Mrs. r| K. Perry-

tween ages of 5 and 8 monthscan .to grow some extra and cure them Florida line to Ocala. and runs fantry Regiment's championship bowling team won in recent competition man. iMITILK about this question

for later market. i, east and west from Jacksonvilleto in Germany. Sgt. Padgett veteran of the Korean conflict ha*
be vaccinated. This serviceis j
Perry. bt-t-n in Europe since last May. 10 ..,.taN :My\ brother caused an auto
free at your request Dr. Frank :jLhe&tock Losses! Reported ( "
!. Clrralt ('..rt. Bradford Ca <7,
Delaplane Veterinarian with the;i We have a recent report of Florid> U Cka.cry.t'iro
Pureau of Animal Industry will Cholera in hogs and blackleg inI Sgt. V. B. Harrell, I Puzio Plaintiff., \ -. Theresa killed and his family seriouslyhurt.
BULL AND FISH STORIESThe Puzio. Defendant. 'a-e No. 1040St
re with us next week. Let us I cattle. Prevention is much cheap- Resident nitre 'l'. Appear t:i for
Former They are suing
r">ve your request so you can be ''er than the loss of animals. Vac-I To: Theresa Puzio. whose residence I
next time have to who is learning to be taxidermist t tI and address" is ;;;; West 89th' $25.000. His insurance
you a covers
In Korea I
c ded to the list. We are just as r/nation will prevent each of :.Killed Street New York. N Y.
interested In the family milk cow these diseases. don't wait and get i : load a Brahma bull at night if ; the hard way -- by experience.The Tuu arc hurchv notified that a'' only $10.000. Can they actually -
i Mis. V. B. Harrell of Hopkins- you're unfortunate enough to first few jobs Snellen tried Clyde Roswell Kelley, son of Mr. suit for divorce
as in a herd of more animals. caught.At I has ........ fu..d against you in the take his home and
ARE YOU THE ONE We I I ville Ky., formerly ot Starke has face a job like that) take the turned out beautifully and the,and Mrs. O. C. Kelley of Brooker above named Court and cause and
weaning age is the best time ,.. .. .
advice of Deputy Sheriff Fate customers were well pleased has been selected as the "Out- ?uu .I'" tcttuiieu ".i' savings to make up the
have a card. not signed requesting from
to treat your pigs. If you make received word Headquartersof your answer or plead J.IK to the complaint -
test on 25 cows and vaccina- several ahead. the U. S. Air Force in Washington Brown and don't depend on blind- ( for a few days that is. When the:standing Airman" of the 365th on the Plaintiffs Attorney, $15,000 balanceChancy ?
your request days
Wm. D. Morgan, SQl riarK Building -
tion for 5 calves. If that is V. ing the critter with a flashlight. j weather turned a little warm. his Bombardment
your we can get them nearer ,the day that her son. Staff Sgt. : ; Squadron Wing Ja.cksonvillf' Florida
request please let us know who I desire. i i B. Harrell Jr. died in North Korea Fate di-:' on Monday night. when customers began coming back. I Medium for the period from July. tad file the original in the office I
you i along with Kelly Tyus he was of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on,
MI are.WatC'h Cattle ] on Oct. 1. 1950. ( i I bringing their smelly trophies with 1, 1953 through Dec. 21 1953. or before the !S day of April. E. Johns
are susceptable to Brahman bull owned
of Insects The Harrells are well remembered loading a byi ,them. 1 Announcement of the honor to J.i 1354;; ; otherwise me allegations 01.,
blackleg' at 6 to 1& months of|I Sheriff P. D. Reddish. The mammoth I said Complaint will be taken as confessed -
: i
One | It that Snellen had : .
pound of 15 per cent wet- : here having resided in seems overlooked Airman Kelly was made by Brig. by you.

table parathion in 100 gallons of age. They can get it earlier or Starke for several during, bull stood uncertainly before :I a tiny bit of meat in an Gen. H. K. Mooney. commander This notlr ::.ku or publishedonce

water will kill aphids on water- later.While I which time V. B. years Harrell Sr.. '. Fate. I i obscure part of the fish head of MacDill AFB Tampa Fla.. Reeks each in the week Bradford tor four County consecutive Tele & Son AgencyPhone

m.)ons.If on the subject of vaccinating -I since deceased was employed with "Put the light on him" Kelly i (probably the sinus and this began --I| where Kelley has been stationed. graph.
lUtr-d th>- 20 d.o i \I..r'h i P4.4
anthrarnose or one of the I you might want to prevent( the Florida Power & Light Co. : yelled. giving out with a loud odor The announcement said that thi' (OFFICIAL SEAL) Cl- met A. Daroji Starke FixAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

other diseases common to melons: Chicken-pox or sorehead in From here the Harrells moved to Fate put the light right into {after a few warm days. He knows i award is made each six months tc>i Clerk of the .Circuit: Court 13 ,

is present add 2 pounds of 65 i your II Miami. the bull's eyes. The bull didn't |better now however. and is get-. that individual airman who. By Marian L. Crosby,iD! puty Clerk.5264t415.
chicks and pullets. Use of fowl- like it. He lunged forward. Fate .
percent zineb to the parathion ; i ting good results. i( through diligence leadership, conduct
: will this trouble -1 Sgt. Harrell was a crew mem- flashlight and all went spinning
mixture Additional application of pox vaccine prevent ber aboard B-29 aircraft which I I I Snellen also took up amateui.i I and attitude contributes

zineb may be needed at 10 day It is caused mainly by mo- a I through the air. most to his organization The
was severely damaged and crashedand :; They got the bull loaded. but I vegetable gardening this spring \___._____ -.- S S
: selection is made by a board consisting _
burned near Wolbong-m a Fate went around the courthouse i I by seeding a cold frame with pepper .
I of two officers and two -s'-
village\ near Pyongyang in North : holding his back for a few days. and tomatoes. He had such i l 1''! _

\W1NKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Korea. Five parachutes were seen Our other animal story of the"good I, demand for plants that his <' senior"It gives airmen me within great the pieastin unit '" Micrim'S

to emerge from the plane priorto week has to do with Harold enthusiastic about the possibilities .. _
inform that v>n A*"
you your
the crash but due to the con- G. Snellen of Keystone Heights i for the future.
L selected for this honor bei .tube II _
time '
ditions prevailing at the
/lnH. determinethe his excellent military beanng ; -
it was not possible to :
ouired that the remains be reburied Would-be Drivers '! superior performance of duties as- _
fate of any of the crew members -
in the United Nations signed: to him and the high e.s .

cemeterv at Pyongyang. Regrettably Advised To Study teem with which he is held b> hi> _

RADIO Due to lack of information. the this area was recaptured Available Handbook"Those fellow airmen. I am proud to
Harrell ona .
carried Sgt.
Air Force by the Communists is still '
: have Airman Kelley as a member I C .1-
AND "missing in action" status for under their control." applicants who study tin: of my command" General Moonevt

1I several years, during which time>I Sgt. Harrell's widow. Mrs. Helen Driver's Handbook and know i il(t wrote I .

TELEVISIONSales the family was given hope that he Harrell lives in Spokane Wash., thoroughly have the best chano Airman Kelles cm'rent.\ -
have surrvived as a prisoner ..
: might week. lave nl, k'- ------- --
home base of the 92nd Bomb to obtain a drivers license. Ex spend.ng two wan -
'" of war.Howe"er.. .
Group. with which he served. A aminer Earl A. Gore said recent -.. -
this hope was shattered son Michael. who was less than ly. I..: _' ::: ,>! : : :: "._ -: : : ': -J'-c :;.::.:--::-: -',J '. -.: ;---'.:"---==: :_ __' ;..- .

1 and Service recently by a letter to Mrs. five months old at the time of
-. Gore who is stationed at Palat-
__ which.
_. Harrell from the Air Force
the bomber's crash. has since
.. ka is in Starke at the courthouse
stated: "A future review and in- died of heart condition.
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida a every Monday and Wednesda\
of the your
vestigation Sgt. Harrell born at Palat-
was! Last Minute
It. afternoon to conduct thests for applicants Savings
-- son reveals has that just been friendly completed.personnel I ka on April 12. 1926. for driver's licenses I

Copies of the handb-\ok HP -a- I
the accidentand
visited the scene of
.Minor AccidentOn ferred to .
obtainable! the
ae at

Sell It Rent h Trade through and an interrogation extensive investigation of natives -- Highway 16 county. judge's office In the courthouse. I

throughout the area information for EASTER
Charged later with reckless He sin ''ed out for oraise the
the fate
obtained about
was ,
WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow of your son. According to the information driving William J. Crews Brad- Driver's Trainin Pro 'r"m conducted .
Harold Hazp'wond "G.
secured. Sgt. Harrellwas ,
ford County cut in front of the
the s'stant! coach at Bradford High: SHOP IN STARKE
kille on Oct. 1. 1950. as car driven by Miss Vernice Dowl- *
Rates Good Results Easy To Place result of a head wound inflicted <:hool. for high school studp"t';

while being closely pursued by a ing. State Farm. last Saturday H< !state'; that the record of 121nassing'

':afternoon about 4:30 on Highway out of the 120 who took i
His 0 With Confidence
20 WORDS OB LESS. ONE: INSERTION 50c : group; of North Korean troops. Shop
remains were buried approximately 16 a few miles from Starke. the test is higher than any simi- !
DlsCOtYT: OF EACH 15 PKH CKNT ON TWO OR MORK IN"KKTION4 30 miles southwest of Pyongyang The car driven by Miss Dow ling '',,r test of which he has know- i' 0 Shop Where There's A Complete Stock

by natives. Information turned over but fortunately she, ,ledge.
25. ADDITION VOlt BLIDD: OR IDS :NOT pun.D'AC.: .'F.MEMORUNS. j subsequently received from Graves i i and her companion.. Miss Shad of I

!. Registration Service reveals that;, Ellerbee. escaped with minor !
(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) i' these remains were later disinterI -,bruises W. C. T. U.
tile Botlom Do'fFresh
I identified
red and tentatively
j A witness who saw the accident -, Shop (/,
those of your son by means I reported the tags of the I I .
.1 I wedding band bearinghis name cars involved this information I
U4 Range LlWr Nr.... ( t'urg..1 I and service number. Military con- aided the shenffs office in making -!
Starke. Fla.II : Schaeffer Laura St.. Phone 1?!>-J 'ditions existing at the time reJItI IS UNQUESTIONABLY THE
A. J. Thomas. the arrest. Spring Styles Arriving Daily
\" 1 I._ _;tp t 2 ; I I lOST DEGRADED INST !: .'- *

FOR SALE .'ORLESteel Beam Plow g.n.d ,-n' '---_',_'_ ,_ --__" ._'__ _. Crews is held in the county jail i lION WE HA'i'E.FLORIDA .
condition $10. %V. B. Detine I.aw under a bond of $100. ( GOOD NEUS.)
Bluck .::. ..10 I.IC........ !, isEnquire at Standard Oil St.>
I-Half "i. Iti' BUY t ti
I.. c..p. IeSTARKE I
.... itcIIe.. A
!. s.7 FOR SALE C. D ;5; hp Outboard StrippedOf i
usher nierIIIe
icr ".rbCN'P .01 ,".. Motor. First ,'Ia.... condition I'en>- ATm '
.'Irrnix.3ixO... buIidiaacre U.IltMI. (on.-tiation'anm. $;;;"i. Hard man'>. Fish ltpI.OST)14n's FLA.J All PossibleAs EASTER SHOES. $1'99 1 & $2'99

r..rli with aUraClC if a farmer doesn't have trou-
.I ...01pa..lI yellow guld ring with '
koule Eur..!.uarr..'-.. i" l..l n"nirar .I 4 carat diamond in omter and t.... Sat.-AprilI6, 17 bles enough these days. thieves -
) Joe ,
small diamonds idr> Reward DOUBLE FEATURE By :
Return to John (farter i/o DeWitt entered a farm shelter owned by I BUY

: Iiasti&rs.3HraliIifMI. >let'".'..Ui&bt1.LLC: G..n.clearCd -, C Jones Funeral Home Starke it, UK' The Trail BlazersAlan Wade Gaskins last Saturday night II I 0 o .99

.Ka > fh ... bulUl.: Lot Hale Jr. and Richard $2'98 $
reads Tlel and stripped two tractors of every- EASTER DRESSES E : & ]
*.. iatertFRt and pied I FOR REN'T-Unfurnished house Inquire
.l'1Cal. xl Ru Station AndBowery
kI&kblp rr.I: A ; tf thing they could pry loose. One ,

LET'o oJ. 0 Sr.OOO.tH
.5 t .. ('IIy .f tkrke,, H.L%DLE TOrR
&-11\2 arrr I. I stuck in place, and Gaskins is 1
The East Side Kid thankful for that.
,::.IIUU IMI. -
.ad .ibCf. properk Lite Oak fjir w..y Plu!> Serial Jungle Raiders Chap. 3' I
Fur teb .:t: Gaielll. Iseh .'r'day The shenffs office obtained good

THOMAS And Cartoon For Kid V footprints and is investigating. FOR' THE ENTIRE FAMilY !II!

A. J. FOR KEXT-Vpt. Xo. 1. Three comI .
I fortable furnished rooms and bath. Sun. Mon. Tues.
HKtL KVTATB i elei-trio kitchen 'Hot Dogs' MissingOn
IIMarkr. air >'ondiUo lIUt
.h e. Tl* ko e j
oTia'pI* 'f deirert haoiv 18 20
Florida lawn. Adult\ i' April 19. I
Mrs U M Clark. lit 1. Box !-c. the basis that stolen !
Vi*'t tark... I mile from Call St: DOUBLE FEATURE goodsis I I
J-AI4S-Frame hou-- ->n Pine I I I' bridge on Beisant Rd_ tfi-hg <. generally referred to as "hot"goods II I Easter Finery for the Children
Si ofl Alt..i Itoad : I L>t- I tywtrr Marry AgainMarie : there are two "hot" dogs I "H. dux best job in Town. !
inrt light bath c.mpIrte.Terms FOR SU.K I I ,...
Wilson & Robert
..1.V.. Gumming!I i missing.
So' '
if Thomas on premi.--- ftP 4 !i .a"t' Looks like new Play -AndIndian Owner Russell Starling. Graham, I I "I
Hke'new.. Been rented 19 month
I Will sell and credit all money paid reported to Sheriff P. D. Reddish And We Wish You And ,
RADIOS REPAD1ED n purchase pru-e. Easy term's.! UprisingWith this week the theft of two three- We sure duz. We go all out -- Yours A Very

I' and all in to make it that :
All Makr* All M 4U writf"MOnErL.. George MontgomeryPlus month old puppies. way.Warren's
a-sic :MART i
.,a.oftIr charge.. C. SHEPHKHDTJ 1025 University Avenue I, Color Cartoon For Kids HAPPY. HOLIDAY :
Gaine .
W. Call II' Ii..rk* PII.SV iIlf' Florida I .
3tchg 4 2.:: Lawtey Streets
I. I

V \ > TO Cl'Yl's..d office .1 VAT Tu SWAP I'M HEADY I i Wed.. Thur-April 21. 22 Given CleanupA II t
dek, 46" t.. 43" f>"t toP 500 bearing peian trees. 8* aires DOUBLE FEATURE We Exchange We Refund We
drawers fcoth sides. and center land fenced and cross fenced for I I Satisfy
lraer. Moot). phone .;). :t z* rattle two bedroom born,.. lights.deep i Rebel CityWith campaign of cleaning up the Super ShellTires
well with automatic pump. streets of Lawtey under the direc- I
KtiR REST-5-room furm-hed apt. large barn and other out build Wild Bill Elliott
175W.Hhcg. tion of City Councilman Wintor.
(14 N Church St Phonr ing>. Will trade for home nn
Sante Fe Lake or any good laker. -And- Parrish has just been completed.The .
>nt'u.t Eston Jordan Ph"ne vt" '
F"'K SALE-12' Boat and Inboard I Stark 4tp /i Gas House Kids job for the most part consisted Batteries 1'i
Motor. 1J4I Ford O-.iups1 Sped of lopping off numerous

Bowler Phone %and 4!. JOS i Shetland E. Call St.Ponies.tfchgATTI'XTIOX' FOR RE..T-FurDlshf'd apartment. Robert Lowery & Teala Loring oak limbs from trees lining the Washing Lubrication

one bedroom and glassed-in sleeping Tlu Color Cartoon For Kid streets. Another campaign is
I.rZIEU'S COSMETIC porch large living ri.onkit. '
repeat orders- ,'hen and d'lll'etle. 4.'tl; .-- .' planned for the Fall. Phone 383 Madison & Monroe 0 JI-JIII
pleas call 2S: or !u-Stchs w 1,13I :I Si. -ur ..p..l. 1> at Tink. "- .Vut. "'..i-t _____r P -, ,-, --- _: :, ,= : 1-: ::: :, :_- __ ___ ..__- _= -:

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I.. Second Section Bradford, County Telegraph :


I -.. little more fertilizer on that pas OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles ....'Darby I Zach H. Douglas, SO* Lynch Bide ,
'n1R TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTTTTyl As Clerk of sal,j Court Jacksonville. Florida. I
ture than I did this andit
on one By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk i,Attjrg. for Pit 4. 2 4t 4 :5
SOIL CONSERVATIONS sure paid off." I

3 : N-E-W-S !. rirnil Coart. Bradford Costly, I Electric Motors Rewound and Serviced
D IARYl Florida; !. Chaacerr.
: By Bill HaasU L John Jones H. Jones Defendant., Plaintiff, vs. Pauline I SIALLhPPLIANCE{ REPAIR

will bo te SOIL CONSERVATION Case Xo. lO-.!;; I
The author glad receive S. GENERAL; MACHINE WORK
-i Order Of Pnhlfnttlnii 4nd :>atire To
Items of lateral concernInjf I Cpl Jesse M. Mosley, son of Mr. Appear Stale Of Florida Tot
II SERVICE Pauline I.. Jones, whose residenceand
tin activities of farmers In Rt. All Work Guaranteed
.. and Mrs. Minnie O. Mosley I address is: 1923 Pleasant Reasonable Rates
Bradford County. Suggestions maybe 2, Starke, is serving with the 1st I, I ----. Street Richmond Virginia. -- ----
left at the Telegraph officn ormailed You are required to appear on ----
\ Armored Division at Ft. Hood. I Godfrey Hayes, who is managing grass shows need for more fertilizer -'May 3, 1)54, in the above named Ii{
to Sam McGanrejr Lawtcr, Texas. A veteran of three year's Court and cause, wherein plaintiff'sseeks
r Conner on another I
I his dad's place near put application. divorce. I. I Red Seal Electric Machine Shop
By Sam McGarvey 31 I Army service, Cpl. Mosley served Bridge, made a request for a soil That way he will have good graz- Rrtfnrfl Conntv Telegraph shall j j
;I 14 months in Korea with the 145th conservation farm plan. We ware ing throughout the year and the publish this Order in next four F W. GRAUDON Owner.Manager

...111.1111.1.1..111..1..111.............. I Anti-Aircraft Artillery Bn. looking over the aerial photographs -, risk of losing all the fertilizer to weekly issues i
I Witne.ii / hand an< fficial I
his land lines'; a rain like we had last week will I 106 Washington St. Phone 397 Starke, Fla.
Both of us are making a determined !son this week, and it was a real I Marine Pfc Alfred E. Glisson I locating [seal at staikc. Florida th :Man ':
remarked that to;,be reduced. i
effort this week to keep treat. Tomatoes which ripen on I son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. when Godfrey I 31 I 191.

the larks and blackbirds) from: the vine taste good, but those! Glisson of Rt. 1, Starke, recently get the most out of your land'II,I ....

pulling ,i the eight rows of corn | picked green taste like something, 'arrived at Inchon Harbor, Korea, you should know the capability of I :Bill Reddish, a Bradford Soil -

which we had already replanted. I but it sure isn't tomatoes. i I to serve with the 1st Marine Di- the soil. A soil survey which is I I Conservation District Cooperator. a \ OTE FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE
the basis for basic soil conserva- kt
They kept raiding it, and we kept I vision.Pvt.. a i used the District's seeder culti-
I tion farm plan will give you the
on chasing them, but little by The hail which hit some growers packer to plant Hairy Indigo and
I E-2 Eldridge A. Hayes, sonof of land. with I GEORGE L. PATTENOF
capabilities your
little they whittled down, until and gardeners this week did a I Millet\ Bill\ has planted bahia for ,
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes of this soil survey map or land cap-
after a while w q, asked ourselves lot of damage. We're thankful : his permanent pasture and is
Brooker has recently been as 'ability will be able to
map you
what we were trying to save. that it wasn't more widespread: I i planting Indigo and Millet for
signed to the 702nd Transportation use land within its capability
They got most of it and it looksas glad for instance it didn't get the ,\ your temporary grazing. The Millet will! I .. CANDIDATE TO SUCCEED HIMSELF AS
Group, Railway, at Ft. Eus- and treat it according to its needs.
if well have to replant again,' i tobacco out at Brooker. be ready for grazing in two 01 F _
; I tis, Va., home of the Army's'Transportation i .* I ;
Birds may be the "little feathered I three weeks. After the cows have i __' CIRCUIT JUDGE
friends of the city dweller", but Read that the cattleman meet- I Corps. Pvt. HayesI ''I( M. L. Lawson, whose place is grazed the Millet down, he will

the farmer who suffers from them ing this week at Gainesville were I took his basic training at Camp'i located out the Brownlee Road, have some Hairy Indigo read EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

has other names for the friends. having a fit about "dwarf" cattle '!.Gordon, Ga. and will now com used the District fertilizer dis- for grazing.
I that are produced occasionally in plete additional training in a military .I tributor to fertilize the Pensacola Judge Patten a graduate of the University of Florida -

We've often heard farmers say good herds. We asked Comfort occupational specialty b>r Bahia he has planted in his pecan !' -;- College of Law is 14 years of ageHe is married to
actually working on-the-job on the! j I was talking to John Duke: the former Mary Canoga of Starke and have
1 one
that it doesn't nay to tar or dust I bout it. for her calf "peanut" is ,grove. I about
corn seed with a repellent before, the tiniest thing on.four. legs, and only railroad in the U. S. that i s I -,*. [states his that wildlife planting Johi' son He is a Baptist.; completely the military the planting is coming '
operated by '
Comfort insulted. Judge Patten is filling the unexpired term of the late
planting. This last time we usedro was highly Howell Nasworthy 'used the
I fine.
I along While
the Ft. Eustis rail
repellent. and the birds got "Not being a mother," she said to system. I District's fertilizer distributor to hog and cattle prices. John pointer Judge A. Z Adkins and is now seeking a full term asK

the corn When we treated the Sam, "vou wouldn't understand your Circuit Judge.
| Pfc Marvin E. Stokes son oiMr f: put 8-8-8 fertilizer in his pas- to a field of Pensacola Bahu i
seed they pulled up some, but .such things!" i ture Howell is using the system j that was two shades darker
1 and Mrs. H. B. Stokes, Rt. 2 greer
they did not eat the seed and that 1j Starke, recently spent a seven of split application. He will apply : than the pasture we were stand Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated

apparently kept them from pullingit j Visited over at Silver Lake recently day rest and recuperation leav f! 20!>-300 pounds of fertilizer now 'ing in and said "Sep the diftpi c George L. I'atten, Campaign Treasurer

all up. We'll never plant corn,I and was very pleased to in Kobe, Japan. Stokes is stationed ..1 and later this summer when thei ence fertilizer makes". "I used ,i ,
again without treating the seed! meet Mrs. Sibley's father, Mr. Ed- i ..21!
I in Korea as a mechanic i I -
wards. He looked bright ani
I the 89th Ordnance Field Maintenance -
Have fairly good stands of I cheerful and we hope he'll be up,
Co., and has been
overseas -
okra, pole beans Crowder and around again soon. Also
and Fordhooks. so we got busy II visited with Joe and Dorothy Ker-i j since last September. tf
with a hoe to clean out the young rigan. jHaven't i| Cpl. Warren J. 1 J'tsfer -
Boatwright. son i r hOSjJITqHTf/ ;
grass and weeds to give the of Mrs. Effie Boatwright of Law-I .
plants a change to set off'to 'a made up our minds f tey. has complete his tour of dutyin

good start. When the weeds are whom we're going to vote fpr in '' the Far East and is being re-

small it is not difficult to take a all the county races but there is' leased from active duy with the .

swine with a hop and clean arounda one appeal that we think is beside Marine Corps. He served 10

plant but brother, if you let the point. Some candidates say: months in Korea as a machine

the weeds get the jump on you "And I can use the money more gunner with the 1st Marine Di-
you're lost.Picking than the others!" Without being vision. I
V .unsympathetic, we feel that the i

a few more berries reason we vote for a* man is because !' Robert L Stefanelli. fireman.I I

now but the Duality is still way he is fitted for the job. U 'N. son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry I

off So tar this year we haven't If needing the money was a good Stefanelli, is serving aboard the : c

marie a single l good picking and cause for getting votes, Sam is:, light j aircraft carrier USS Saip n

right now we're hoping that the going to run for President! i I in the Far East. The Saipan took
fruit that is
setting will come part in maneuvers at Iwo Jima :
along. One large Missionary plant Alice sprayed the Roadside during March.

has over 75 blooms and fruit on it. Market (and herself) with 50 per,

i cent wettable DDT. The sprayer: ] Cpl. Doyle E. Manning, son of ,

Latest trouble to plague us is emitted a geyser of DDT and it Mrs. V. F. Manning of Starke. I
s ,,
thrip on our berries. It hasn't went all\ over Alioe. She washed'it was recently assigned to the Medical g T'e
spread too much yet, and we're I out of her eyes and so far has'' Detachment Division Artil-

I .h9Ptw! that it doesn't, because felt no harmful effects. j '("Y. a unit of the 11th Airborne
.what with one thing or another, .
I Division at Ft. Campbell, Ky. Dur-
it looks like a bad year for us Using plants which had volun-I insr his first tour of duty with the

at farming teered at the hog pen for the most i Armed Forces. Cpl Manning serv- #

I. part, Alice set out two long rows ed 20 months in the Far Eastern

Had our first tomato of the Sea- of tomatoes. We have hoed them!'! Command and was awarded the I I UI

Bronze Star medal. He is presently -'' p1en

.the Medical assigned Detachment.as an Aidman in'I I y I

Ralph F. Merritt. son of Mrs. :

: dJ' A symo4 JYN19S4 j I W. E. Moody of Long Bridge, was ;

recently assigned to Medical Co.
) r f the 508th Airborne Regimental
& .A I18YEn;
hunters with -
Combat Team, the only such combat Reward your Easter-egg ; h

1. team in the U. S.
F1NW TARE I what they like best-ice-cold bottles of .$. M?,u

i Pfc Vernon Reddish, son of
1 \\ I Sheriff and Mr P. D. Reddishof e delicious Coca-Cola. The unmatched

e Starke, is
now on maneuvers
... At. .
qt Ft. Bragg, N. C. with the 37th flavor and frosty goodness of Coke are

See us .we'll pay top Tnf Div. Reddish is a gunner in 0

the division which is regularly always welcome as Springtime, to young
the tires
price for you stationed at Camp Polk La.

and I old. Be ready with wholesome
trade on new 1954. Marine Pfc Warren L. Boat-

wright of Lawtev was among a of x =' k M
.. refreshment. set extra cartons y
group of Marines who arrived in
I San Francisco last month after I .
j Completing tours of duty in theI
I Far East with the 1st Marine Air-

CushionsGOODIi.E4R I raft Wing. The returnees were

| given leaves before reporting to

I new duty stations in the U. S. ,
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6; recently arrived in Austria forduty t: .{

: with the 350th Inf. Regi

ment's Co. B. Gnffis a squad :t f 0 e
leader entered the Army in June
You get extra safety more mileage, greater skidprotection I 1953 and
was stationed at Ft.
and all around performance! .
Jackson, S. C. before his over-
Yet the 1954: All Nylon Cord Super Cushion
seas assignment. He is the son of
but few dollars than standard tires
costs a more
Mr and Mrs. Gadson E. Griffis of ;
AND our extra big trade allowance pares Rt. 2, Starke. %
THAT down! lout! be S-A-F-E-U ruling' on it

and you profit on the trade. Cpl. Arlie J. Dobbs, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs of Lawtey

was among a group of 210 Marine

y i veterans recently returned from II I .,

l II service in the Far East for separation -I I

from active duty expiration ,
upon ti ,
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Sprayed the cows with Marlate. e 1ls Q

and it does our hearts good toe

,> how they ar-oreciate it. Be- ,

4 ''ore spraying they fling their I II II I
I heads and swish their tails almost I
steadily, after spraying there is

i not a fly on them, and they look : This at
contented. :.j' sign, yourdealer's

I ,, ,f reminds you!
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Pay as little as $1.25 a week our berries in the field but the I p to take home enough Coke.

mockingbird we would like to get

_." even with is the one who waits I II
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the Market. Then he stands I
GOODMAN'SSERVICE I there and whales away to his # I
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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy I Mrs. Boatwright, Circle Two willi The city park was the scene'I''Florida I. and file the original in the ,Cord. I I I once each week for four consecutive k _
\' office of the Clerk of the Circuit All of said property being in the weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
meet at 11 a. m. in the home of,last Friday night of the first
Court on or before the 10 day of County of Bradford State of Flor graph. RANCHbRESTAURANT!
Mrs. F. M. Walrath, Sr. with soft-ball game under the new;May. 1954: otherwise the allega- ida.Unless Dated this 24 day of March 1954. EL )
Keystone Heightsby Mrs. Eula Walker as co-hostess.I lighting system. The Lions Club tions of said Pill of Complaint. will sucb certificate or certificates -I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
>be taken as confessed by >.ou.I shall be redeemed accordingto Clerk of the Circuit Court.
The Nightingales will meet at 8 team beat the local school boys | This Notice shall be pUblishedonce law the property described in such By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. '
Mrs. Sara MeDonadAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL each week for four consecutive certificate or certificates will be
p. m. at the home of Miss Ger- by a very slight lead. The lights weeks in the Bradford County ,sold to the highest bidder at the 3/26 4t 4'16

trude Houser.A were a Lions Club project and 1 Telegraph. Starke. Florida. ,'court house door on the first Monday '
represent a great deal of time | Dated this 2 day of April A.D.. in month of May 1954. whichis IB Circuit NOTICE Co.rt 1.0PPE.R, Bradford County, U. S. SOI at X. City LimitsStarke
communion service will be
1954. the 3rd day of May, 1954.
AdainsMathenyThe observed at and work donated by the mem- ; (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Dated this 1 day of April, 1954.OFFICIAL. Florida i la diaarery.Estelle Pta
on Thursday Chesbrough,
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. night 'I' SEAL Charles Plaintiff vs.
( Darby
I Clerk of the Circuit Court 'I Harold
bers. have made it possibleto Howard Ches-brough, Defendant.
H. Jones on Lake Geneva was the 8 p. m. and on Friday night there They before I JEy Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Clerk of. Circuit Court of Bradford Case No. 10-417- Special Sunday Dinners
hold night games which 4/9 4t 4/30 County Vlorida. 4/2 4t 4/23
will be a service. the topic being j NotIce To Appear.
scene of a candlelight ceremonyon To Harold Howard .
"The Last Seven Words". were impossible. i AOTICB OF APPLICVTIOV I NOTICE TO APPEARIn Chesbrsugh.who.e S SANDWICHESBARBQUE .
Tuesday evening, April 6. 1 reMdenie and address is: ITS
Circuit Court Bradford Conntn -
o when Ann Adams, daughter of The dinner put on by the Wom I HoB..e DIU >.. 162 Florida: In Chaneerr. Military You Road, Buffalo, New York. S
an's Club of last Notice is hereby given, that A. T. I Nicholas Anthony Caiazza, Plaintiff. are hereby notified that a CHICKEN & RIBS
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Adams of Thursday night suit for divorce, custody and
:NOTICK OV INTENTION TO i Paul the holder of the following 'I'''I'.s.. Lorraine Caiazza, Defendant.
and Charles Ralph week was very successful, nettingthe NAME' Case \ support of minor children
Dallas, Texas, REGiSTER FICTITIOUS i I certificates has filed said certificates o. 10-414 has been filed '
against In Curb Service M.
theabove 3-12 P
Matheny, son of Mr. and Mrs. club nearly $100. This is a nice Notice is hereby given that the for a tax deed to be issued i Notice To Appear named Court and you cause and -
undersigned under the provisions of thereon. The certificate\ numbers I To: Lorraine Caiazza, whose resi
E. H. Jones, were united in mar- ,start toward the roofing and repairing Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida. .I I'and years of issuance the description dence and address is: :318 JtnettAxetuie you your are answer required or to pleading serve a to copy the'of i I Open 6 A.M. 12 P M. EI Rancho Steaks

riage. Dr. A. T. Hon performedthe that has to be done. One Acts of 1941, will register with tbe i of the property and the names Staten Island. New York. complaint on the Plaintiff'. '
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and In which it was assessed are as follows Yea are hereby notified that m, Attorney T. Frank
ceremony.Mrs. item has already been installed for Bradford County. State of Florida : suit for Starke. Florida Landrum. HERB THOMAS

Thomas McClamma of in the kitchen-a new automatichot upon receipt of proof of cuklica- !Certificate.:1952. No. 55. Year of Issuance children Divorce and custody of minor and file the original In the office ; *
water heater. This is a convenience tion of this notice. the fictitious of the Clerk of the Circuit Court! RESTAURANT Steaks
Jacksonville was matron of honor. name of Temple Dri>e-In. under 'Description of Property: 1 Lot 30 ft. las been filed against you In the on or before the
Junior maid of honor was Barbara I best appreciated by which we are engaged in businessat N. & S by CO ft. E. & W. in SE bove named Court and cause and 26 day of Aprjl. 1954:; ; Chops and
those who have worked in the Temple Ave., Starke Fla. That Cor. of Lot 2 of Elk. 27; Living you are reqyired to serve a copy of otherwise the allegations of said 1:. S. SOI at S. City Umits
Ann Coleman of Chattanooga, i ston, Trubv & Companv's
the parties interested in said busi- "c.. your answer or pleading to the Complaint will be taken *
Tenn. Bridesmaids were Jean kitchen and proved ts worth ness are: NE'4 of :NE*' See. 8I' T. 6 S. R' I complaint on the Plaintlff'eAttorneys \fessed by you. as con- ; Starke, Fla. Seafood
I Herb Thomas. Box %%5, Starke I ZE. I Williams & Futch. P. This notice shall be
Dziela, and Prances Windhaus. the night of the dinner. :Name in which assessed: Homer Ad- I O. Poi 188, Starke. Florida once each week for four consecutive i Specializing InOnSED
flower I Fla.Charles Krochalis, Cen. Del., kins. and file the original In the office of 24 HOURS DAILY
Ha Marie McClamma was Mr. and Mrs. Fredic Goodridge I weeks in the Bradford County TeleI I
'Starke. Fla. All of said property being in the the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB Weekday & Sunday
girl and Larry Dziela was ring of Lamesa, Calif. have been visiting Dated this Jth day of April, A.D., I County of Bradford, State of Flor- or before the crap I OPERATED AND

bearer. the Detweilers for several I Florida.1954 at Starke Bradford County ida.Unless such certificate or certi otherwise 26 day the of April allegations 1954: of said II I (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 14 day) Charles of Mann.A. Darby 1954. ..: STAFFED BY LOCAL FEOPLE DINNERS

Robert E. Matheny of Topeka, days. Mrs. Goodridge is Mrs.Detweiler's I 4/9 4t 430.NOTICE I ficates shall be redeemed according Complaint will be taken as confe-a- Clerk of the Circuit! Court
I to law the described ed by Dy Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
property in
Kansas brother of the sister. will you. 9
groom They go I 3 .26 4t I
i such certificate or certificates will This notice shall be publishedonce 4.16 I I.
was best man, and ushers were this week for a week's tour of the j'I OP TAX APPLICATION"FOR PEEDhouse I jbe sold to the highest bidder at the once week for four consecutive I
court house door on the first Mon weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
Wil- ,
and i
ttarold Dallas
Adams of state going first m to Miami. I II I Bill Jko. 1S62 day in month of May 1954, which ,

liam Baker of Jacksonville. I Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wigginshad I Tidwell Notice the is hereby holder given of the, that following Ethel ''is the 3rd day of May 1954. Dated this 22 day of March,
Dated this 1 day of April, 1954. (OFFltlALSEAL) Charles A. 1954'1
Following the ceremony the I a house full of guests this certificates has filed said certificates (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Clerk of the Circuit Court

bride's parents gave a reception I I week. Three daughtera with their ,thereon.for The a tax certificate deed to be numbersand issued Clerk ford of Circuit Court of Brad- By! Marian L Crosby, Deputy 3/2 4t Clerk.I FOR COOKING WATER HEATING AND FOR
County. Florida. 4/16 I
In the Jones home. The young [families :were, home-Mrs. .W. B. years of i issuance, the descrip- 4/9 4t 4 '::10 ,
I .tion of the property, and the namesin
.,-couple wcnt to Miami for a. short Goodloe and two sons, George and which it was a&fcefe&ed are as follows NOTICE TO APPEARS !

Ved'dlflg: trip. I I,William Mrs.A. : IB Cirrait Court Bradford County la Circuit Conrt. Bradford Connty PERFECT HOME HEAT THE MODERN
of Staunton, Va.; .Certificate Ko. 71. Tear of Issuance, Florida la Chancery Florida In Ckanrery. %WAY

There will be a meeting of the B. Hadley and daughter, El-j:l' !, Betty Weatherspoon Wilkerson. vs. Ciro Puzio, Plaintiff, >s. Theresa
Norman Lee I
ofNE' Wijkerson Defendant. Puzio. Defendant. Case Xo. 10-408 I
Description of Property: SWU
.JeYlitonHeiih13 PTA on Tuesday -len; and Mrs. Samuel McCordatd Case No. 10-438
hotlr To Appear. |
4. Sep. 16 T. 7 S. U. 22 E.
April 20. at 8 p. %11. After daughter Margaret Sue.Mrs. Name in which assessed: Pearl Dees. Order of Publication and Aotirc ToApp.ar. To: Theresa Puzio. whose residence -
; : State of Florida Tel and address is: 55; West S9th .
All of said property being in the
the business meeting there will! Stafford, sister-in-law of County of Bradford, State of Flori Norman Lee Wilkefson, hose Street, :New York, N. Y. II I i.Is i.- 1
school residence and address is: Unknown.You You are hereby notified: that a "c
be a hobby show in the ,the late Mrs. Olsen, is in Keystone .da. are required to 1 .
appear on divorce i
I suit for
cafeteria under the direction of Unless such certificate or certificates May 10, 1954 in the above
I living at the Olsen home. shall be redeemed according named has been filed against you in the !

.Mrs. Elmer Livingston. During the I I Visiting her is her brother, Einar to law the property described in (Court seeks divorce and cause, custody wherein and plaintiff control above named Court and cause aiidj 1
business meeting, officers will be 'Juaul-Olsen such oertif.ica.te or certificates will 'of minor child. you are required to serve a copy of'
of Oslo Norway. ]froJuaulOlsen
be sold to the highest bidder at the your answer or pleading to the complaint -
elected for next year. They will is a school superin- court house door on the first Monday 'I Bradford this County Order Telegraph shall on the Plaintiff's AttorneyWm.
publish in next four
D. Morgan, 507 Clark Building -
month of 1954, which is
be Installed next month. Hostessesfor in weekly Issues.!
tendent in Norway and is in this Jacksonville, Florida
the 3 day of May, 1934. I Witness hand and official '
the occasion are Mrs. 0. T'i country on an educational mis- Dated this 2 day of April. 1954. seal at Starke my Florida, this April tnd tile the original in the officeof
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Darby on
( A- 7, 1954.
Parker, Mrs. A. B. Watson Mrs. :
sion. or before the 26 day of Api.l
Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
Chance, and Mrs. Edith Ride- ford Florida. 1954; otherwise the allegations ol
Ray County. Clerk of said Court.
Dr. Paul }loll and family of I "
said Complaint will be taken as confessed !
4/9 4t 4/30 Clerk
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy
naur. Pittsburgh are visiting Dr. Holl's = -- Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Building by you.
This notice ::.11;", be pUblishec
i The Easter morning service at parents Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Holl. lu Circuit C.urt. Bradford. County Jacksonville. forl'lf. Florida.AttyS' 4/9. 4t 4/30 once each week for four consecutive

the Community Church will be William Ned is still in a hospital -I Florida Maria; IB Chancery.Theresa Correnti Plaintiff 'weeks. In the Bradford County Tele'graph. .

available to those who are unable Correnti. Defendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR
in Jacksonville and at last \5. Anthony Dated <
Case No. 10-439 I In Circuit Court. Bradford Coanty, this 20 day of Mar.-h 1 C4
to go into the church but report was in critical condition. Order Ol mhlirallonnd >otloe Florida In Chancery. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyClerk i
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of the Circuit Court I
can come and sit in their cars. of Florida To :Harold G. Eateman. Plaintiff, vs
There will be a political rally in To Appear State
By Marian L. Cros"by. Deputy Clerk. I
Correnti. whose residence I Ida F. Bateman, Defendant I
A loud speaker has been installed Keystone on Saturday, April 24. and Anthony address is: t'nknown. 1 Case No. .0-426 3/!6 4t 4 1. I .

and will be connected to the out in the park. Most of the major You are required to appear on \ollre To Appear )
named ToIda F. Bateman, whose residence SOTICK TO APP \ft ,
above : -
May 10, 1954, in the '
side speaker. The system was the I political candidates of the county Court and cause. wherein plaintiff and address is?: Unknown. In Circuit Court. Bradford County 'I
gift of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leon- will be present and will speak.On seeks divorce custody and controlof I You for are hereby notified' that a Doris Florida Rourke.: In rharfrerf.Plaintiff. Jarnet.ORourke j I ''HS
hard. There will not be sunrise minor .child. suit
a the same evening, the Lions Bradford County Telegraph shall Divorcehas Defendant.
service this! year. Club will hold a fish fry in the j.ubIUh this Order in next four been filed against you in the, Case Xo. 10-416
Votlre To
above named Court and cause and I ippear
Circle One of the Community beach park and pavilion. Those weekly Witness issues.my hand and I officialat I you are required to serve a copy ol, To: James CXRourke whose residence ti \i
: and address is; 437 Franklin
Church Women will meet Monday attending the rally can eat first Starke Florida, this April 8, 194.:; | your answer or pleading to the com. Avenue, Hosbrouk Heights,
the Plaintiff's AttorneyS
plaint on
SEAM Charles A. Darbj
at 3 p. m. in the home of and then listen to the oratory.That'8 OFFICIAL As Clerk of said Court Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. Jersey. n"1
3y Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk: I and.file the original In the office ol I. You are hereby notified that S
Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Building -: the Clerk of the CircuitCourt_ ono II suit for divorce custody,
Jacksonville Florida.Att.s. before the 3 day of May, 1953; control of minor children
for Plf. 4/9 4t 4/30 I otherwise the allegations of said has been filed against you in the
Our Complaint will be taken as confessed above named Court and cause and the Most Dependable, Most Economical Fuel.
OUSS In The Circuit Court Of Florida. by you you are required to serve a copy o'
It's Glass We Have It! Eighth Judicial Circuit In And This notice shall be publishedonce your answer or pleading to the S
each week for four consecutive complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney
Fur Bradford County. In Chaneery
CALL WRITE or VISIT Ruth Emmons Grant, Plaintiff vs. weeks in the Bradford County Tele T. Frank Landrum

1' Paul Vincent Grant, Defendant.OTlCE graph. Starke. Florida ,
TOPPE.R Dated this 31 day of March, 1954. !ind file the original in the officeof '
Joe Peters Glass CO. To: Paul' Vincent Grant, whose (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby the Clerk of the Circuit Court I' SLADE GAS COMPANY
before the
residence and address is: 2 Cheney Clerk of Circuit Court. on or .
Street. Springdale Maine. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 26 day of April 1954; I,
4/2' 41 4/23 otherwise the allegations
You are hereby notified that a i
1 We Design Modern Store Fronts suit for divorce has been filed Complaint wi"l be taken AS con-
% against you in the above named >OTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR fessed by you. : lilt PAYS to TRADE with SLADE"PHONE
Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Court and cause. and you are required TAX DEED This notice shall be published
Table Tops to serve a copy of your Answer (House Bill No. ISG:)
or pleadings to the Bill of Notice is hereby given that C. A. ffIILWash 121 STARKE FLA.
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney Knight the holder of the following '- ,
Carlos E. Harper 204 WestI'mveiMty certificates has filed said certifi-
Avenue, Gainesville ,cates for a tax deed to be issuedi I
i I I thereon. The certificate numbersand Your Clothes
S- :years of Issuance. the descrin-I
jtion of thepropf'rty. and the names
i in which it was assessed are as 9 Founds
.. ,{follows: I
Certificate No. 45. Year of Issuance
.1' 1952. Description of Property: N i For 40c!
ISO ft of WT4 of BO. 6 *i. of R. 2 \\'. look to PIyIIIIJTh forpwer
I& N. ISO ft. of E% of Plk. 6 S. of R. I
j,3V.. & Wl. of Blk. 6 S. of R. 3 W FREE Bleach If Desired!
except W 1 acre in Temple's S/D '
i Sec. 21 T. 6 S. R 22 E. 4 acres. OWe !
.. I I Name in which assessed: W. C. Mc- I


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FOR SCHOOL BOARD fairs, we will not eeei t*>x IB- as I have in the past, welcome the
RitaBrown ies: creases and you may depend upon advice and counsel of my friends m
ted their grandmother,
and Shirley Sonny
.1YnyYyyyTTRyyyyvyyP1 Linda Gayle hereby notified that a I
You are i nereoy announce my canaiaacy hereby announce my candidacyfor me to so handle our affairs and toprevent the county and shall do all w.tnin
Dukes and Mr. and Mrs. Howard -of IhrnneBan Carol Cox petition has been filed in said Courtminanoa tor scnooi ttoara: uistnotinree. School Board District One additional or increased out the;. tt hell
the weekend praying for deter of heirsof : new suoject tome i' to the Democratic taxes on our people. My efforts for aay power to carry
Jeanne, of Gainesville who was \SI"OOKer. diver (Lawtey), subject
Wait and daughters Polly, deceased
BROOKERBy Ervina A. Rennolds, win ot tne voters in toe Democratic Primaries!| in May. I am a property improving and enlarging our road for the best interest of all the people -
Joanne, and Susie guest of Susie Wait and Mrs. and you are hereby required to file primaries of: May. i am a i owner and taxpayer and if elected system: will again go forth. I shall of our county.
Beadia Conelly of Tallahassee who your written defenses thereto within ute long rcsraence ot oraaiora: {I will serve my district and county work for additional road funds from The election this time i ill countywide -
Polly Walt Jr. Through the week several people SoweDs. forty days after the first publication decree county' a veteran oi vona war i I: to the best of my ability always state and federal sources and complete and I hereby urge and requestall
visited Mrs. Mattie : fail therein, -
have been going and coming. you due course ana a member oi the county Democratic ,keeping the 'peoples' best interest our county's paving programto of my friends in all parts of
Mrs. S. F. Beard arrived home will be entered in executive committee' it I first. Your vote and active support the county to actively help anti
hard surfaced roads all
-a.AAAAa.AAAAa.AA A u..uuu- ladies of the Garden Club said petition. eiectea I carry to
The upon t win aevote tne necessarytime will be greatly apprciated.H. support me and definitely a'sure
been Saturday. Her daughter Mrs. S. WITNESS my hand and the seal ana ettort to serve tne people I C. Kelly. parts of our county, and to thu give one and all that my !services on the
Brooker has really been buzzing have certainly busy covering I B. Beard and Mrs. Hubble broughther. of said Court at Bradford County. *oi my aistnet ana county to tne I :actual and definitely farmto lark- aboard will be for your intrie .....IiJ
bushes the Florida this, 26th day of March A.El. nest oi ( I
the camelia along my aoiiuy pledging cour-
this week! We have had two I- Set hard J inert > "Ur api'''atE
I They left for their home in .. 1951.UFFICIAL. teous set vice ana impartial consideration in our count;
I birthday parties. The first was in main streets.We II I Clewiston and Tampa Monday ( SEAL) Theron A. Yawn at au times lour vote ana i FOR IHST.COIATV TWU O.COMMISSIONER STARKE' ) I,,1 I shall at all time" in the future, I* Lawn) C'ra"rord.

honor of Ramona Harrell given hear that Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton -+morning where Urs. Beard has County 1/:Judge-4t 1/23 support ana your win contiaence oe aeepiy wiu Tppreciatea not oe I I am a candidate for election as i

by her mother Mrs. Guy Harrell. is recovering and that Mrs. ,been visiting. misplaces. wncereiy, (,Commissioners a member of the for Board District of County Two

J. W. Hamilton of Bradentonhas In TW OoMty J.1Rew Ctmrt IB and Ethan A, Sapp.
They served refreshments of ice :Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen I Far Bradford ('_at,., Florida i Bradford County. For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write
been visiting them. Also : My record as a board member
cream and cake. Those who attended I la Probate.IN FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I
Jacksonville '
and Neal went to
I son well known to the people of the entire -
Mrs. Tom Edwards whom we all RE: The Estate of 1/rELIXE: DISTRICT TWO I
were Eddie and Sue Douglas My of experience
Wednesday. We hear that little I GRANT, Deceased. I am a candidate for County Commissioner county. years FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND
Ralphie Hazen, Patty and know is feeling much better. We Neal is getting along tine. I Notice: of Filing Petition Far FHulDUcbarge of District Two (Precinct on the board will be valuable in administering -
certainly glad to hear that. i of Administration Two. North Starke) subject to thewill the business affairs of
Peggy Coram, Sidney and Neal Little Richard Mott of La- TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: : of the people in the Democratic our county. My record is an open CHEMICAL CO.
Hazen James Mott. Dottie Sue Here is a list of Sunday visitors Thursday with Mrs. :Notice Is hereby given that I have Primaries In May. The knowledgeof book to all the people in the coun-
Kelley. Gene and Charlene Melvin and visits, Mrs. Guy Harrell and Crosse spent I filed my final returns as Administrator county affairs gained In my first ty, and it will reveal n>> efforts on 2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla.
j L. A. Mott.L. of the Estate of Lurline term should help me to better all occasions for strict business
Lois Ann Parrish Edward daughters, Ramona and Regina Grant. that I .have filed my Peti- serve you. and I pledge my diligent economy in our county's financial affairs DEMPSEY R. SAPP, Owner
A. Mott Jr., Kenney Green. tion for Final Discharge, and thatI effort to work for the good of our and faithful, just, and honest
Wilkerson Edwin William dinner of Mrs. Edna
were guests
and Stanley Green attended a Hi- trill apply :to the Honorable T. A. County. I appreciate the recognition administration. MOSS CONTROLPECAN
Harrell Zona Sue Edwards Mrs. Hayes of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs.R. Yawn, County Judge of Bradford ; given our District by my If you elect me again to the Poardof
Gano Y party at the lake Friday night. County Florida on the JOth day of selection" as Chairman of the Board County Commissioners can TREES SHADE TREES
Howard Douglas Mrs. Cecil Melvin F. visited their son, O. I of County ETC.
The three boys are new :membersof April A.D., 1954 for approval of the and I depend upon me. to see that our wel-
Mrs. Aubrey Hazen, Mrs. R. Gano and family of Swan Lake. the club. same and for Final Discharge as the solicit and and will appreciate your vote fare funds and hospital funds are Contact Us Now For Estimates

Doyle Hazen, Mrs. Edna Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Furey and Administrator of the Estate of Lur- support. justly honestly and properly bandied -
The W. M. S. will have it's regu- line Grant, -deceased. I Respectfully and administered. Throughwise Termite Control
and Mrs. Fred Wilson. children of Gainesville visited Mrs. Lw L. Renfroe.
lar meeting Wednesday, April This the 26th day of March A.D., I handling of our county's af-

The second birthday party wasa Beulah Harrell and family. Mr. 1954. I FOR SCHOOL BOtRD Household & Commercial
21st from 2:00 to 3:30. (s) Harry If. Wheatley. Admin BLACK HILLSPASSION
and :Mrs. G. W. Davis and children I DISTRICT THREE
surprise party given in honorof istrator of the Estate of Lur
I The members of the Bigham I hereby announce candidacy:
Mrs Ernest Edwards by a few visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rainey family wish to thank the peopleof I Williams line &Grant Futch deceased. ,for member of the Board my of Public PLAYLake Exterminating

friends and relatives. Ice cream, of Worthington Springs. P. 0, Box: 188 Instructien Bradford County Fla., I Wales AmphitheatreJAX. *
ani I
kindness Rodent
"Brooker for their Starke from District Three (Brooker, New i 31 APRIL 18 Control>
and cakes ''also served. I Weekend guests who were River). If elected I will do
were going
sympathy during their bereave- Attys. for Administrators everything I Kttrm Perf. fI P \I.. Apr. 17
and I i In my power to prove my sincere Every Saa Toe.., Th.*.. 8
Those attended were Mr. I and coming this week were ment. 4/2 4t /2S II. desire to serve you honestly I ? p.m SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK
I For Rea.
& laf. Write
Box 71
Mrs. Earl Green and daughters I Jackie and Sandy Mott who visi- I faithfully, and with, a strong determination I Pnone 2-O.MI Lake Waite.:
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwardsof to improve our schools.I .

Bradenton spent the weekend ,; earnestly solicit your vote and 1 _
POLITICAL 'support In the coming election. :, -.. --
I'with relatives here and with their Howard C. Douglas. I I -


of Worthington Springs. !1 DISTRICT THREE

Misses Yvonne Harrell, Ann i I hereby announce my candidacy
: TO THESCHOOL for member of
the School Beard
t Crosby, Sylvia Alvarez, and NOTICE (i!District Three (Prooker. Xew WILBUR F. ANDERSONYOUR
I hear there are rumors over the JRtver) subject to the will of the
Haines L. M. Norman,
Helen county that I blind not
: BOARD am a man voters in the May primaries. If
I Clinton Norman, Glenn Shuford capable of taking care of the duties }elected I promise to faithfully discharge -
John- I of County Commissioner I want to'j the duties of the office for .
r rt ;and Bennie Sapp enjoyed a tell the people of I.Tadford: County 'the benefit of the people of my district -
i ; : District Three (Brooker, New River) chicken fry at Hampton Lake,'j that I did hare serious eye trouble [ and the county at large. Your
last year, but with the help of our (vote and support will be deeply ap- :
i ; I COUNTYWIDE VOTE Saturday night. good Lord and doctors, 1 can see ',predated.I CIRCUIT JUDGE

i Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Rucker of again. -Stafford L. Crews. I
1. Lifelong Citizen and Farmer Bradford I am fully qualified to take care I ,
:Lake Butler Allen Lewis of Dun of the duties of County Commissioner FOR SCHOOL Both ?
County nellon, Miss Lattice Marie Ruckei. er will put forth every effort DISTRICT ONE I EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT W
for the good of the T Candidate for School Board
people and taxpayers am a S
? 2. World War I Veteran of Lake Butler, and Miss Iva Mae I of Bradford I ). I a t
1l County at all: District One Lawtey am I Wilbur F. Anderson is a native of Levy County, is 45 years 4
3. Former New River School !Lewis of Orange Heights wereI times. Your vote and support will home owner of this rounty and have
i Trustee : be deeply appreciated 1 been a resident of Bradford County I of age. He is married to the former Marguerite Partin, of
; Your VOte of :Mrs. E. J. Lewis,
(dinner guests .
'Sincerelv, for 40 years.I I
4. Member Christian Church and Gideon I
Monday. Gerald Adkins. I am interested in the developmedt Kissimmee, and they have two daughters. He is a Methodist,

and Support 5. Business Experience in Auto Field Mace and improvement of better Mason (Past D.D.G.M.) and Past Patron, Order of Eastern T
!schools for our boys and girls hav- S
Greatly 1937. FOR !SCHOOL BOARD ; Ing several grandchildren that I
NOTICETO APPEAR expect to be educated in the schoolsof Star.He
_Appreciated School Bus Driver since 1927 [. Circuit Court Bradford Comutr,, I hereby announce my candidacy this t-ounty. They, being the mm has actively practicedjaw since 1931 and is serving his ,
Florida !. Chancery. for member of the and women of tomorrow, need
Bradford Count y i third term as County Judge of Levy County, being re-elected
(Pd. PoL Adv.) Floyd B Hefner Plaintiff, vs. Elizabeth School Board. District Five (Xortl schools with proper training and
Hefner. Defendant. Starke), subject to the Democratic the best advantages posMhle in without-opposition.. He has served for approximately
Case-Xo. 10-431 Primaries in May. If elected a member of the School
Votirr Tn .\I>P".O': I am a native son; property own. ,hoard, I promise to serve you sincerely I seven years as Attorney for Board of County Commissioners

To Elizabeth Hefner whose reii- er and parent; member. of the Amer'' honestly, giving the best of I and Prosecuting Attorney of Levy County. Judge Anderson .
dent e and address is': Unknown. lean Legion Rotary P.T.A.; presi !my ability and service at all times
You are hereby notified that a dent of the Band Parent's Associa-, I earnestlysolicit your vote and I! was assigned by the late Governor Dan McCarty and Act-
suit for tion; and a graduate of support on May 4th.
1 Divorcehas (I County High School. Bradford -Dan A-. Starling. : ing Governor Charley E. Johns as County Judge of Alachua

been filed against you In .b e Will support: Letter School Buildings I County during the illness of Judge H. H. McDonald.
and I
above named Court and cause Safe Transportation Qualified FOR ('O""T.Olu..lo'r.n
HUNDREDSof I you are required to serve a cot/ ol Teacher Playground Equipment,, I DISTRICT For It i Judge Anderson is qualified by education temperament and I
I your answer or pleading tr the Care and Repair of Buildings, I hereby announce my candidacy
complaint. on the Plaintiff'sAttorney I Education per Dollar of Cost. More for County Commissioner District i legal experience to serve you faithfully; fairly and impartially

details are managed and economic Graham Building Joseph K., Jacksonville Skipper. 221, deeply lour appreciated.vote ana support will be I Four If elected.(Theressa.I promise Hampton to give, raham faithful )-. I as Circuit Judge and he pledges you such an administra- ,

ally attended that only a trained and Floridaand T. T. Long. energetic and conscientiousservice bon of the duties of this high office.
tile me original in the office of __ to this important office 1 I
careful organization can attend when j the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 1 will at all times be ready to confer -

the urgent need for serving is at '" Or b..rnre the FOR SCHO'' noiRn and advise with my constituentsand
10 day of May 1954: T hereby: annomirmw. candidacy work for the best interest of Your Vote And Active Suport Will Be Appreciated
hand. I'otherwise me allegations of said for /SChool Hoard from District my district and the county as a I
Complaint will be taken as confessed Three CBrooker and whole. Your vote and support in
by yo.. subject to the will of the Democrat, the May primaries will be deeply I Pot Adv. Paid for by Wilbur F. Anderson)
This notice shall be publishedonce Ic voters in the May pttlmaries. I appreciated.
DeWITT C. JONESPhone each week for four consecutive feel that I am well qualified for this -HenryB.. Hin 'on. ![Jgj'
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph position and, if elected will serve
7 Starke, Fla. the people of my district and the
1'--- ......,...,..... Dated this 7 ,day of April, 1954. county at large to the best of *"*
(OFFICIAL SEAL,) Charles A. Darby abIlity. I
Funeral' Director Ambulance Service Clerk of the Circuit Court.By -A. 3U 'GREEX.
Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk -

Our local funeral home enables nj to offer convenience and I 44t 4/30 FOR ro f'o\nn.'O'\ER: New Ford factory-bulk '

service not otherwise available. I. The County Judgt'. Court Of DISTRICT FOVR
BradfordoutT, FloridaIN I hereby announce my candidacy j' 6-wheeleri! T-800 shown

I : RE: Estate of ERV1XA A. REX- Four for County( Commissioner. District (Power Steering standard), GVW 55 S.
.. Theressa
'" I I' ''JCOLDS Deceased. Hampton. Graham),
i CITATION subject to the will of the Democratic 40,000 Ibs. Now over 220 +,

W. furalah the highest type cervlce at lowest prices and i t j THE STATE OF FLORIDA to all If voters In tie- May primaries. new Ford Truck models '
elected I
accept ANY life insurance policy Jn force, issued by ANY ,persons whose names and respective same faithful service to to render the people the one right for your job!
places of residence are unknown
company as payment In part or In full on funeral. my district and the county as a
a i and who have claims against or interest whole that I have done in the past.
Consultation carries no obligation. in, the estate of Ervina A. I will appreciate ;your continued
{Rennolds as next of kin distributees cooperation and supnort.Jessie .
.'1 1" '" I" .. heirs legatees or benetlciarNEW' R. ehastain. md

I hereby announce my far member of the Board of Public I S
Instruction: District Xo. 1, Lawtey s :
1! rot
+ and Bradford County. I have worked -
in the scho<"l system" for five
es,, e years as a bus driver And with the
f maintenance department. 1 feel
or that I know most of the problems
facing the schools in this county_ na $
I am a home owner of thi county
and have been a resident all of m>- p
life. I am 35 years old and han !
worked with the boys and girls of S5)
the county and feel that I understand -
them and their needs. I aN<.
taTe two boys whom I expect to be
educated in this school system. If ..-- ..5f
elected. I promise to work with the i
other" Board members for the betterment
CROWN GASOLINEuo system of the Bradford County school s.

Tour vote and support on May g
the 4th appreciated.
rruman' Norman


@ MfJlt POWERFUL I hereby" announce"TWO my candidacy- I

for County Commissioner, District I,
Two (North Starke) subject" to the
will of the voters in the Democratic
primaries.! If elected to this responsible I
office I promise to give my
best efforts toward a progressive I

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and Mrs. Edwin Knightand .
HIGHLANDBy I children of Baldwin were visi-
ting the Leonard Normans Sat-

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I Prescott were in Jacksonville Fri ,
Sunday. Worship service 11 a. m.
day on business.
and 7:30 m. each Sunday. III
I Amanda and Barbara Gene i iI
each Wednesday '
er meeting
Jacksonville. Mr.
Wilkinson of
Choir practice each Friday!,I
p. m. and Mrs Hamilton and Mary FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I
7:30: p. m. Teachers meeting each Sapp and children of Lawtey at- __
Sunday 6:30 p. m. Easter supperat .
tended church here Sunday.On i!
the church Sunday Apr. 18.
our sick list this week are {
Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Sapp of Heil- Mr. Converse and Mr. and Mrs. t
bronn spent Thursday with the I Floyd Johns children Little \
Lacey Nonnans..Saturday visitors George Harvey underwent a major 1
were Mr and Mrs. M. L. Thompmam-I operation. Ii
nose i
I Happy birthday to Freda Hardee \
Apr. 11 and Orlie Tanner April ,

;10.E. C. Harvey made several I
I trips to Jacksonville last week. SUNRISE I I IIII
Several from here with thei SERViCE
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J. J. Longs I ''I j jI

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