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 23, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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) T Four Killed, Seven> Hurt

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p : T Four Bradford County reMdfiiNtre killed instantly I!

and seen persons; seriously in iurp! early Mondax morning: K.Uing m the It'rcurbesldl''
!the dnvei Mitchell were four Nt'i;i
,.x w 'iI e 1 : in a .rushing( head-on automohik- \\ rl't'k roar King.oy: Lake, -io men from the Naval Air Station t!

t The dean: and a Starke el't'ss.: Catherine :

Green The girl had a head in- I
lt hn Heni
> > Walker. 27 StarkeU VICTIM
9.14 ;r tills :Samuel; Nelson 44, Starke jury. and one of the: m<>n. James i

r'a iMfn A McSwain, 34. Lawte Warren had back leg hip. and

1 : 1 ,1.11Edward) i Demp
r : StaikeThe wore earned to Alachua General
A* 4 Hospital Gainesville
r i ire Jt ilham Thompson, 31. St.il ke The other three Mercury riders

'- Chailes Fields, 40, Starke Mitchell and Garrett Negro sailois -

Cathenne( Green, 18. StaiKe, and Bowman, a worker. were
N'egio; carried' to the Jacksonville NAS

The Mangled Mass of Wreckage in Which Four Men Died Early Monday MorningRiders Charles NAS, Jacksonville Garrett 24. Negi i- hospitalHarben.. driver of the Morns

James Lindsey Mitchell. 26. Negro : Minor: was on his way to St.

,,' NAS. Jacksonville Augustine, where he is employed
,' ;.; .. H. L Bowman, Negro \\alker DempseyMeNon as salesman for a hardware concern I
James Warren, 32. Ashley Si He emerged with only a
s< ratched knuckle as his
Jacksonville. Negro. car was
"tit hit in the front end and tos>ed

The crash, whose toll of dead over to the side of the road. "G...dw

and injured was the worst ever reTried F a-? with me,"' he commentc'l His

Il in a Starke-area road mishap companion. Billy Ray Green a

+ occurred just after daylight Gie.>n Cove Naval Station sailor

:Momlahen a '51 two-door Ford. who ne had picked up along the

,wned and driven by Walker collided road had only a bump on his

head-on with a Mercury sedan head

driven by Mitchell Clay, County Constable W F.

Walker and his five companions Happ\i Cooley, who lives on

v ere headed for the Jacksonville Kmgsle\ Lake was the first officer -

Naval Air Station where all were : Mt-Swain : on the scene. Realizing the

employed Travelling the "old futility and danger of trying to
Blanding road" (Highway 16), he move the bodies in such amass

brought his car tothe require WARNINGGrimlipped mishap, he drove to Starke to notify -

full !stop at the Y-intersection near ambulances and the Highway

Kmgslev Lake to allow right-of- after describing Patrol. He described it as the

way to an English-built Morris the wreckage where four lost worst accident he has seen in "two

Minor being driven northward their lives Monday, as a million miles of patrol work."

along Highway 230 by Frank Har- "tangled mass of glass, steel, The collision occurred on a
in This One Were Badly Injured None Fatally He Got Out With/ A Scratch :
ben of Gainesville.A I blood and human flesh," Trooper straight stretch of road near the

C. Musgro\e had a terse Kingsley Lake Cemetery where
This is the that collided with Ford atone in accident short distance beyond the intersection
Mercury ( ) a tragic early morning near .
Harben, driver of the smaU car that the Ford watrying to on a straight stretch of statement for all drivers: visibility is good. It is a smooth
I'a ley lake Both cars Mere travelling at a high rite of speed. After the impact the Ford covered a dis- Stop driving too fast! 'surfaced highway, appeared to be
pa' !> when collision occurred, says "God was with roe." lie c I road Walker attempted to pass
. tame of 11 feet, rolling over three times before !Hlng. The Mercnry skidded for 36 feet but did not emerge the small car, apparently oblivious IHm't drive too close behind dry and in no way obstructed at

overturn. .. ', ,, .from frightful incident with only a scratched knuckle. |of the Mercury approaching fromthe other cars! the time of the smashup. Although

opposite direction, or else badly Give proper hand signals! good daylight, all cars involved
t Stay on your side of the road! I were still driving with their lights
his The Ford
misjudging timing.
Council For Do not pass impropt rly at in- on. There was no
j Services Held Four Victims >and the Mercury crashed headonI i I fog.
OX'sand I'together with a terrific impact,I tersections, bridges railroad j Florida Highway Patrolmen C.
opposite i{ the front fender of the f racks! ,M u.?grove and A. J. King said that t

Plan For :Morris Minor. I Do these things, he said, and i the apparent cause of the wreck
J. H. WALKER J. E. DEMPSEY W. S. MELSON C. A. McSWAINJohn Walker's Ford spun wildly in the I you may avoid being the next was "excessive speed" and "fail-
Henrv Walker. 27. wa Jack Edward Dempsey 24 Willis Samuel Melson, 44. was Cullen A. McSwam. 34: had I middle of the road, rolled over : ure to yield the right of way" on

And Dog CatcherActing :, born at Lee. Florida..but had livedin 1 Starke resident for thiee years. born in Freeport, Florida, and lived in Lawtey for about eight ;three times, and covered a distanceof 'i the part of the Ford.
; 71 feet before !internal injuries, but at Jast repor t The wrecked Ford
Starke most of his life. He was the foster son of Rev. S. J. was a plumber by trade. At the years. it came to a stop ; was later

was a veteran of World War II Grady, Lake Mary, Florida. He time of his death was employedat i' A veteran of World on the sloping shoulder to the ]!was out of danger, altluligh' it "ail 1 j carried to Thomas' Truck Terminal
War II. Mr. be six or seven weeks before h<5
the road.
upon a request b. +n1as employed as a truck was born in Cleveland Ohio, and the Jacksonville Naval Air McSwain was born at Fort [ "right in Starke. It gave mute evidence
fully recovers. had '
yers. Thompson i 1
Mayor J R. Wainwright the driver civil service at Jackson lived in Florida for the past 14 Station. He was a Mason and He farmed and Bodies of three of the men who I 'of the terrific impact: the front
storein fractured
operated and rib
a ; pelvis every wai:3 'left
city council at a regular meeting ville Naval Air Station. years. He was veteran of World had lived in Starke about 12 years. Lawtey. the Ronme-Donnie, !were killed instantly remainedi broken. His condition 's still described 1 I wheel was smashed up underneath -
I IT addition to his widow. Esther War II. and was employed as a his wife, Rba pinned in the wreckage while thee I the driver's seat and the
Surviving are named critical.
Tu '$dav n'g nt at the city hall, for his sons. Recently h '! fourth victim, McSwain, was as i steering wheel and dashboard
Pjisrlush Walker and his parents clerk at the Jacksonville Naval Boone Meson! ; a daughter. Caron: I
consented to a plan of appointing! ''a was employed as an electricianat thrown clear of the car as were It is estimated that both ttv e :driven back over the driver's seat
John L. and Lilly :Mae Walker ofSirke. Air Station. son. B lly: a sister, Mrs. :Mary the I
a city dng catcher, and the erec- Jacksonville Naval Air Fields and Thompson who were Ford and the Mercury were traveling ;, Spectators who viewed the wrecks -
} the survivors arc: a Besides his widow, Floyd Westville; four brothers.
Virginia Station. | rushed to Alachua General Hos- I at speeds of from 60 to 65 mil : age said it was in worse condition -
tion of a city dog pound.A *,u hter, Jo Ann: a son, John Ayers Dempsey, he is survived by C'yde. Ralph and Jackie all of,
Surviving are his wife. targaretRoden | pital in Gainesville. Fields suffered an hour at the time of the colli- ,i than the car that was hit
city ordinance provides stiff Wsivne: the sisters Mrs. Mar a daughter Kathryn Suzanne; a Westville, and Jennings of Winter ,
McSwain: father C. A an iniured back and possible lion. i by a .train a few years ago.
penalties against dog, owners who 'ret Loftin Jacksonville Mrs son. Jack E. Jr.: a sister Rosen Haven. McSwain, Sr., Panama City: --

fail to comply with the law. All Ira Geiger. and M'ss' Bobby ... Dempsey. Cleveland Ohio; a Funeral services were conducted mother, Ruth Carter Jones. Fort I Eleven Delinquents Cancer Canvass Many Dog Owners
Walker both of Starke; two brother, Andrew Grady, Barberton Wednesday afternoon at the First
dogs must have certificates of Pierce; a sister, Mrs. Daisev
brothers. J. W.. Atlanta. Gi: and I Ohio. Methodist Church at Starke with Listed By BoardEleven Are CooperatingWith
mnoculation against rabies and a Raymond, serving in the U. S. :Mr. Reverend Robert Sommers offiiciating. Saunders Ft. Mvers:; and two Brings In $205 Innoculations
Dempsey was a member of sons Donald and Ronald.
city dog license, obtainable at the Army. the Burial was at Hawthorne. delinquents were I
First Presbyterian Church. Funeral services were held i in
city hall for $1. Tt stipulates thatit w Pall bearers were Harold Baxley, this week by Selective Service '' A total of $205 towaid the
< "-as a member of the First and of the American Legion. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Tuesday cur- I Ninety-three of the county dog
is unlawful for any dog of any Christian Church. Avery Baxley Oliver B. Green. Local Board 18 for failure to ad-I l I rent Cancer Fund quota was
The funeral service was held afternoon, with Rev. Joe''I i i I population were protected againstthe
k.nd to run at large within the Fim--al Raymond H. Trew. Sam D : raised in the house to house canvass
services held vise of address.
at changes Anyone
were Raulerson
at the Presbyterian Church Wednesday officiating. Burial was: i I menace of rabies last Satur-
city limits, except if dogs are in the First Christian Church Saunders, and Jas. A. McLean I'I i here Tuesday nignt.
morning with Rev. W. S in Fort Pierce.Presbyterian. : knowing the whereabouts of these I day, when their owners had them
automobiles, or muzzled and on a I Mrs. Pauline Torode, chairmanof
: at 2 with Rev. J. E.Sherwood .
p.m. McAliley in charge. Intermentwas : innoculated
registrants should contact the I by the new "vet",
leash accompanied by a person. officiating. the county cancer .'ommittee,
Bids were received by the coun Burial was held in Long Branch at Fayetteville N. C. Berry Receipts Meet local board at once in order to : expressed appreciation to all'I Dr. R. S. Mullins.Fifty .

cil and opened on the comprehensive Cemetery, Maxville.Pallbearers Pallbearers were A. J. Thomas, remove delinquency status: I I volunteer workers to help solicit, dogs were treated in the

sewer construction program were: R. ;N. Lake. Jr., Rudolph Sink, John Mixon, 'Well AttendedNinety Thomas Eldridge Williams Jr., I' and to those who contributed: so'!i morning at Starke, and 43 were

under plan. The council discussed: P. H. Green B. F. Alderman Claude Crowson B. C. Holtzendorf, Ahead Of '53 :James Calvin Cloer, George Isaac, generously. I, :liven the treatment in Lawtey in

the program with their sewer Ralph [izel1, George Kiene. M. J Jr., EaneIcRae, W. T. Jack pastors church officials, Johnson, Wade Allen Combee, "This was another typical example I the afternoon. Mullins stated that

engineering counsel, Robert Angus, Grundig. L. V. Bell B. T. Moody. son. and delegates attended the quarterly Lamarel Rainey, Gordon Tolbert of the fine spirit of cooperation I jhe would be back again at the

Associates, Jacksonville, and turned J. D. Henry, H. G. Ritter. A total of S4.10400 revenue meeting of the Suwannee Pres- Evans. James Wesley Douglas. ]I I that exists in the city and the 'same places in two weeks Satur'day. -

the bids over to him for tabu- Talent Show vas: received by berry growersn bytery held in Starke Tuesday. It and (colored) Julius Hooks Jr.,, concern of our people for the well May 1, to mnoculate dogs

lation and clarification.The : this area from sales made at was the first time that the presbytery tack McGee, Jimmie Lee Drupa. being of our fellow citizens" Mrs. whose owners had not been ableto

city council discussed the Band Concert Plans CompletePlans the Farmer's Market during the had held a meeting i m Wooley James Taylor. Torode said. appear last week

matter of put chasing a radio to be past ten days, according to M. L. Starke.Dr. u_

installed in the city police car, Judd. market manager. There Jack Hand of the First -
for the ( talent Stock Vaccination =
and agreed to turn the problem In Park Sunday show sponsored by the Starke were 691 crates sold with $7 40 Presbyterian Church, Jacksonville ; 1MI" ;

over to Mayor J. R. Wainwright high, and $4 low. The auction was elected Moderator, and Rev. +-" R Y

fi' further investigation.: shape.L'ons Club, are rapidly taking market on berries has been dis Hubert Parsons of Riverside: Pres- Under Way In County r-, ; 1.. a

Installation of a radio in the The BUS Senior Band under continued. byterian Church, Jacksonville. wa y .L. t .

police car would permit quick the leadership: of Gay A. Rimert Several) applications for both Total income from berries this named Vice Moderator.The I 1w
A campaign is in progress
white and colored acts have been
contact with the car while cruising will present a free concert in the season to growers was $32.32595 session was opened with observance throughout the county this week. :
accepted. All acts will: be auditioned -
by means of the two-way Starke park on Church Street, which is appreciably higher than of the Lord's Supper. Rev. testing older cows for Brucellosis, )
radio system now in operation a t' at the USO on May 6 and Neeley McCarter of Gainesville and I *
the total of $74,395.89 received or Bang's disease, vaccinatingcalves
Sunday afternoon, 25 2:30
April at : any student wishing to enter an 4 _
the countv jail operated by thsheriff's e last year. The total crates sold Rev. T. T. Kirk of Jacksonville officiated between six and eight
o'clock. act should contact memter of
department any this :year. 9,124 is considerablyunder assisted by elders of the months of age. More than 59 i
the Lions Club not later than _
Plenty of parking is local church.
space the total of 11.228 marketedlast i farmers will have had some 400 _

available, and the band would like 5.three Prizes will be awarded i year The reason why grown Reorganization of the Presbytery cows and calves tested or vac- I l lr

Mayor Orders for everyone to come out and hear: ace groups. ers realized more money from was discussed and it was decoded cinated by the end of the week.

I the concert.A Proceeds of the show will bused e fewer crates is to be found in thaverage to set up the government of This service is furnished free by I
for the Lions Sight conservation the Presbytery under direction of the Federal government in an ef- ; or1'r
varied program will be presented throughout the prices: 1954 average was fort to the disease at a I
Drive On DogsFollowing program S3.03, while 1953 showed an aver an Executive Council comprised of keep
including marches, several I county. age of $5.t3.Although two repre>entatives from each important minimum. Dr. Frank Deleplane, I II

popular numbers and special arrangements committee. It was voted veterinarian with: the Bureau of: t is s 1
there are no figures
quickly on the actionof including HHum res- available it is generally understood to continue the office of executive Animal Industry is doing the work. i I 1i
Political secretary in Gainesville it "Some livestock may not have!I i
the city council in hiring a que" "Lonesome Road" and some RallyTuesday that there were fewer growers giving
city+ dog catcher: and providing of the added duty of promotion.( The the value of two or three years ,
Strauss' waltzes. in the berry business this season same standards aeo but losses from lack of vaccination Dr. Deleplane, assisted
for a dog pound to be erected on marriage and by County Agent 0. T.
near the City garbage disposal 1 Director Rimert says!, "We are Night and so it can be assumed divorce will be continued. are still costly" County : Huggins:; and owner J. B. White, vaccinates young

plant Mayor J. R. Wainwnghtannounced sure you will enjoy this concert. that. while by no means good The committee on Camp Montgomery i Agent G. T. Huggins said in dis- Angus bull at beginning (If campaign here Monday.

that a drive will start 'and your attendance will be our bl'rrgrowers made out better was authorized to contact cussing the program.

immediately to enforce the law:guide toward more such concertsin Arrangements for BradfordCOllntv's the Home Missions Committee and Vaccines are available to protect swine fever, causing possible ind mules for prevention of sleep-
this than did last
regarding dogs at large within the future. Let the Band know one and only Democratic year they, season.;get approval for a joint campaign livestock against several im !j, losses," Huggins said. 'Last year ng sickness. You may make your

the limits."I : \\ht".herou enjoy the concert by political rally are now complete to be held under the direction of ,portant diseases that strike in the supply of free serum and request through the county agent's
your attendance. the Glee Club Plans'Pinafore' the Florida. Some of the most im- virus was exhausted before "
Support July ffjce
have given orders." the G. P. Wadsworth chairman of thCounty. fund-raising organization.The or directly to Dr. Mullins
band:' I portant of these to us are: Black- which ends the fiscal with the A final
following ministers year word of caution fromto
officials to Democratic Executive reportedon
said "to aU May 7 8 :
mayor | and Edema, Brucellosis "
,leg Malignant Florida Livestock Boar!.
different county agent: "Remember
cooperate in ridding the City of I Committee announced yesterday. phases of Church ,
(undulant fever in ) :
Masons To MeetI Extension work Rev. man : Huggins pointed out that there vaccination is not a treatment for
: Russell
Bradford School Glee
Starke of stray The High
of the nuisance i The proceedings will get underway Johnson of shipping fever; sleeping sicknessof are still several hundred horses disease your animals already have.
dogs." I 1 at 8 p.m. on Tuesday April! Club will present the Gilbert and!1 Jacksonville, Home horese, and hog cholera. I and mules on Bradford
I Entered Apprentice degrees :Missions: : Rev. W. S. McAliley. 1 County It is a means of preventing diseases -
1 will be conferred on several can-;,,27. in the Bradford High School Sullivan operetta "H.M.S. Pina- '; Starke. Evangelism Rev. Gabriel Vaccines produce immunity in farms and that several are lost Since the vaccine causes
Legion NoticeThe !j didates by Junior Warden Gene I stadium. fore", two nights May 7 and 8, Abdullah, Jacksonville. Radio; the treated animal thus insuring .each year from Blind Staggers or the vaccinated animal to build up

56 Long at a regular meeting of the i I County candidates who will iu the USO auditorium at 3.1 Rev. Harry Foster Jacksonville. I it against taking the disease later sleeping sickness. an immunity to the disease in its
regular meeting of Post providing vaccines are administ "We fortunate
Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & A. speak first, are limited to 10, Christian Relations Rev. are in having Dr. own body it usually is 10 to 14
E. B.
American Legion will begin at 7 o'clock, it was announced yester- ; .ered correctly and at the right age. Bob Mullins move to S'arke and I days before: the animal has this I
minutes. State and district
M. at the Masonic Temple, 7CO: cadiI'dates j McGill Mayport Negro Work.
pm. next Tuesday night in ordethat r day. 'A vaccine will prevent only the set up a veterinary practice" immunity. live-
26. will follow and will be allowed your
Monday. April A delicious luncheon
m. servedin
members p. : was
attend the disease for which it
may Admission will be: adults 50c, designed. ,.the county agent said. "He has !, stock is like taking the proverbialo
refreshments will be 20 minutes each to sell
Light serv'ctL the Woman's Club
Democratic. at noon by '
political rally beginning "Prices of hogs should encourage given us the go-ahead.signal t stitch in time. It can save
at 8 o'clock. AU Masons are invited. themselves to the voters. children 25c the ladies of the Starke church. not to risk cholera you
you or encourage vaccination of horses money and trouble later."


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BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L. MATTHEWS I II fffffTTTfTTVTTTTfTTVTTTT I I Bobby The Keystone Redfearn.Heights Woman's!-;-.._-- ----- ------- = .= .':---';:: ?! .- .-.----'--:. -- -- -= :..-:-.. '. :

l i EDITOR I I I Keystone Heights Club Tuesday will hold April its regular 27, at meetingon 1 p m -E-- -E-- .S- -E -I

TELEGRAPH VI WPOI NT PUBLISHER I by Mrs. Sara McDonald This ,will as be usual.a covered Because dish of luncheon the- W-- EEK-END SUPER E SAVERS S"- !, I

............. press of business to be transacted
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Rotarians EntertainBoy ,at this meeting the program will \ ,,"tI.q .'''--
I be omitted. Officers will be elec-
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Scout Troop ,ted for the ensuing year and oth-
The' Rotary Club of
the Aet of Starch 3, 1879. I er important matters are to be I
Heights which sponsors Boy Scout
(discussed. All members are urged ::::::.
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION:I Troop their 105 regular entertained luncheon the Scoutsat meet-"to be present.On 1= I Ii It

I ing last Friday. Troop members Saturday, May 1, the Club =-===
I were introduced by Elmer Livingston -|will put on its annual Fashion
t- A Costly LessonFour Assistant Scoutmaster anda [Show. There will be a parade of I -
report on Scouting activitieswas }spring styles modeled by local .;.:.;
made by Bruce Prevatt Gary home I dressmakers modeling their
Bradford County residents use- people from killing themselves while driving? Chance, and Armond Rivers. 'own creations. There will also be
ful citizens all loved by friends and family These officials can do much, of course but The Troop which started with'a display of authentic styles of
were alive and well when they went to bed the sad truth is that if drivers insist on exposing -I a membership of 10 now has an;other lands. There will be music 11111I-
by local artists and
an original
Sunday night. Just after sunrise Monday themselves to violent death and crip- enrollment of 15. More than 60 skit by local people about local Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat., April 24
morning all four were dead victims of per- pling accidents no power on earth can ever advancements have been received,people. It promises to be an in-
haps the worst single automobile accidentever entirely prevent it. Cnly by voluntary during the last year. Scouts Bruce teresting and entertaining evening.,
to take place in this vicinity. Four obedience to prescribed standards of safetycan Prevatt, Mike Adams Milton.Admission 60c., Tickets may be obtained Vacuum Packed
families broken eight children the deaths caused by automobiles be Starnes. and Gary Chance are, from ciub members. I
were up -
candidates for the God and i Lb Can
left fatherless.Had materially reduced.A Country Award. j' Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Grunther of ASTOR S COFFEE F 93C
this tragedy been unavoidable, it loaded gun handled properly, is a Troop 1.05. for its good workat j,Detroit. Mich. are visiting Mr. --
would have been bad enough. The fact that tool of man but an automobile can be a the recent Int'-rlachen Camporee -|and Mrs. F. M.Valrath Jr. this
with a little more' care in driving, presumablyit "loaded gun". Poisons used on farms and won the honor: of attendingthe I|week.Mrs. Robert I i I
B. of
could have been avoided, makes it all the in city homes are a useful tool of man -but North Florida'! Camporee. Dr. Rochester. N. Y. was Hadley among the I ARMOUR'S StarCORNED
more shocking. an automobile can also be a "poison". Holl commended the Troop for
visitors at th@Vigging home last
Right now the residents of. Starke Properly controlled and used with care its good work.Scoutmaster. weekend. The family had a sort BEEF F 12 Oz Can 39C
Lawtey. and elsewhere in the county are and concern for the rights and safety of self j Hutchinson announced of homecoming with 15 members
stunned by the awsome circumstances. And and others, the automobile is an invaluabletool that Efficiency Awards present, including seven grand
right now, it seems to us, is a good time for of man. But as in the case of guns and had been won by Mike Adams, children. ,
each one of us to take this terrible lessonto poisons it all depends on how it's used. j first place, Milton Starnes, second I Miss Chloe Rivers, a memberof RED HOT! Derby 3 Ib 2-oz Canned
heart. a The pntire county extends its fullest 'place and Arthur Dodd. third the Woman's Army Corps. is 1
Figures recently-released by the Depart- sympathy to the families bereaved by the place. Honorable mention was home on 30 days leave and will go
motoristson of Monday morning. But nothing j:given to Bruce Prevatt who later to Europe, probably Paris WHO. Each $1.25
ment of Public Safety show that tragedy ,transferred to the Troop five I Mrs. Oliver Waits went last I CHICKENS E !
Florida highways were busy killing each that is said or done can ever repair the i
!weeks after the efficiency con- week to Macon. Ga. Her mother
other at the rate of one every ten hours last damage or absolve the sorrow brought.The 'test started but despite that who has been visiting her here in 1
year, in the biggest wreck death role in price of some lessons comes high, handicap finished in fourth place. Keystone, returned with her to:,I t
history. Bradford County had its share, and the price of this one is exceedingly dear. i A contribution of $50 was Georgia. RED HOT! Derby 3 Ib 2-oz Canned t
with five highway deaths in 1953. That is all the more reason that those of us :.turned over to the Scout Troop 1! The Misses Vern and Ruth
While one person was being killed every who have ever been tempted to stretch our :by the Rotarians for the Ameri- Moore of Columbia, S. C. spent & DUMPLINGS Can $4.25
ten hours in Florida injuries were rackedup luck or take a chance with our own lives or I can Cancep Society. ,several days with Miss Cleva i CHICKEN r
at the rate of one every thirty minutesin the lives of others should take the lesson to I i Scouts attending the Rotary Carson last week. Thev spent I
1953 55 persons injured every day of heart. It should forever remain on the meeting were: Gary Chance Kyle several years in the American
the on Florida highways.Is consciousness of the community and serveas McMurtry Jr.. Bruce Prevatt School in Paule Brazil and are
year 'now comectedith
the Oppor- DEEP SOUTH
there any wonder that much publicity a warning signal to every man, woman or Milton Starnes, Arthur Dodd'tunity School in West Columbia Brand
has been given lately to so-called "tough" teen-ager behind the wheel of an automobilefor Henry Hall Dickie Siprelle Mike S. C. |
troopers who are trying desperately to keep years to come. ,Baker.Rivers. Johnny Jerry Livingston Dodd Armond and I Lt. and Mrs. John Stuart Det- j I II | GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 146-oz 2SC'
--- ,
weiler will be home sometime before i
= --- ->- --- -- the first of May. Lt. Det- I'

j i weiler has been stationed at Fort -- '- _...-_ _.., .. ,,
I Eustis, Va. for some time. He, ..'",? =--;:"'.---._. .__.-""----_'__--_-_.. .ji'___ -_'--_.-_ -- _.-_..-__,
Grand will be connected with the Brad-
: i iI return.ford County Telegraph after his!' HOMOGENIZED NO RINSESURF

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E I On Saturday. April 24. there)
I will be a political rally in the, SPRY
city park in Keystone Heights j
Candidates for office in the county -'
and state will be present and
,j will speak. ) Lb Can Lge
At Our I The Keystone Lions Club will i 3 19C 1 SSC
II hold a Fish Fry on Saturday." j
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April 24. at the Beach. Tickets
i will be $1.00. Dinner will be served .. ,
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Store LocationHOME from 5:30 to 6:30.: !! ; : :: ':" ::::: :: : .. ? ;
Mrs. Margaret Hill, who has!i I II
been in Keystone Heights for the
winter will leave for Ohio and SUNNYLAND, 4 to 7 lb. Avg. t
California this week.

OFFICE OF 1 Church First AnniversaryThe Baptist To Observe Church of_I SMOKED S PICNICS I S Lb u 43C j

Keystone will observe its 5th anniversary -
program and picnic lunch on Sun !I U. S. "CHOICE" or "GOOD" Eat-Rite Beef
day April 25. The regular morning I

238 S. w. 4TH AVE. -- GAINESVILLE, FLA. Worship Sunday schedule School Service will 9:45 11 be a.a. followed m.m. Rev.and: I I I'I CHUCK ROAST Lb 39C

David Thomas first pastor of

AND SATURDAY APRIL 23RD AND 24TH I the church will preach.
-- !I Following the lunch hour there'I KREY BrandSLICED
will be a short afternoon program -
I which will include
the hiSI -:
I tory of the church music etc. Lb

COME IN AND REGISTER (Gainesville ,i. Due the Woman's to uncertainty Club of has the been weather secured -, S L BACON 69C

for the dinner. All membersand
Store Only) NOTHING TO BUY friends are invited. .
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The Junior Department of the Aft.!_ : ::J. ._ o"<: -.. .. ". I
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Sunday School enjoyed a "Tackv I
Party" at the home of Mrs. C. T. Gr. A Dressed & Drawn Fresh Green Ocean
Parker Tuesday evening.!, Prizes I
were given for the tackiest boy Frozen Stewing
and girl. The four teachers actedas SHRIMPMedium S I t ti
judges. i
GRAND DOOR PRIZE About 55 members and guestsof HEN S
the Golden Circle and Young'Men's i I I
Sunday School Classes en- Large!
THIS joyed a fish fry at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Anthony last Lb Lb I II
NEW\ MAGIC CHEF RANGE Friday evening. 49C 59C
Seven W. M. S. members attended 89CIRUSO
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FRIDAY. APRIL 25, 1954

\ ter, Patsy, from Middleburg.Mr. I Auburndale with friends and rela- [be presented some time in May. McRae were glad to have him Elizabeth TaylorIn Monday. .{land this film features music of
and Mrs. Johnnie Cowart I tives. Mr. and Mrs Spencer Crews Don't forget-Teen Town will around for the Easter holidays.He Ericson is cast as a young con- the world's most celebrated com-

HEILBRONNBy I and family were dinner guestsof I I and son, former residents of State I be open Friday night. Come on returned to the U of F Tues- 'Rhapsody'At cert pianist whose love for Miss poser.

the R. L. Morgan family Sun-I Farm and Starke, are now residing -.out, kids, and meet me. day morning. Florida Sunday Taylor causes a rivalry between -
day. They visited in Brooker Sun-| in Auburndale. Their son, Billy -II I -Susie Visitors of the H. M. McRaes I him and Gassman and almost de-
:Sirs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA returned home for few I Elizabeth Taylor, Vittorio Gass- stroys his career.
I day afternoon. \ a days, Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde YOU'LL LOVE tHe net Cster
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns and :visit with his grand-parents. :I Johnson and mother, Mrs. Lillian I man, John Encscn, and Louis With much of its action taking I brook purse-size fountain pens IB
I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. of m TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTPINE Calhern comprise the outstanding place against scenes of the Zurich
'children of Jacksonville( spent I Hagood McRae of Gainesville, Mrs. A. F.I ; pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad
Two new members were addedto Jacksonville with I[cast of "Rhapsody", new technicolor Conservatory of Music in Switzer-
Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernie spent Sunday Hall and children, and Mrs. Irene FORD COUATY TELEGRAPH.
the church on Easter Sunday Johns. I her sister and family, Mr. and LEVELby Boan of Jacksonville, Mrs. Del-I romance playing at the Flo- I .. n_ "
with Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt in Mrs. L. W. Pace. bert Green rida Theatre this Sunday and
Mr. and Mrs. Azure Johns and and son Nathan and
charge. -He and Mrs. Lingerfeltwere
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle accompanied j Miss Virginia Eves of Heilbronn,
dinner guests of Mr. and family spent Sunday with Mr. Mrs. H. :M. McRae i .MOVING
by :Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Hugh Craw- out birthday presents and basketsof
Mrs. L. Kite and later called on and Mrs. Purvis Johns. .I
Edwards of Jacksonville saw the I 'AAAAAAAAAAA A AAAAAAAA ford and daughter of Hampton, food to finish up with. Those
Mrs. Ben Melvin and Mrs. Leon Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carter visi- _
I Easter sun-rise service in the I II I We to that and Mrs. Margie Underhill and of her family were Mr.
Norman who are on the sick list. ted Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gaskins are glad report our present LOCAL Safe
Orange Bowl at Miami. After a I Mrs. Effie Johns of Starke. PHONE
Others on the sick list are Mrs. Sunday. pastor Rev. W. E. Hall, has returned and Mrs. Joe S. Starling and fami- OR
Purvis Green Mrs. Daisy Stewart, I I Mrs. Ola Mae Sapp spent Thurs- short visit husband with Mrs.Mr. and Feagle'ssister Mrs. home from the Glendale Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and ly, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer LONG Dependable
j and Hospital in Palatka improved Mr. and Mrs. V E. Thornton visi- EconomicalR. 311
and Clara Deen Clark. day in Gainesville with her mother of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Odel I DISTANCE
W. H. Perry and enroute home, and filled his ted the bedside of Ernest Sullivan,
An Easter egg hunt was en- Mrs. Sarah Alvarez.Mr. regular appointment Green and family of Heilbronn.
I they enjoyed the sights at Bok B. Alvarez OR
joyed by the young folks at the and Mrs. G. L. Sapp had as Sunday with a large of Lake Butler Sunday afternoon.I Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles and
Tower, Lake Wales and a back crowd at both Yeoman 3-c J. Edwin : Agents For
services. McRae of TRANSFER
church afternoon.The Miss Patsy Taylorof AND
guests Sunday family of Jacksonville, Mr. and 2S0-J
WMU met at the home of Middleburg and Math Crosby.STATE I ward ride up "spook hill" 1 1I We are sorry to report the Cecil Field, Jacksonville, spent I Mrs. V. L. Starling of Lawtey, Ikkhtr Bros. STORAGE CO
Mrs. Mildred Sapp on April 12' I Dr. and Mrs. Mark Adams and 1 1i serious illness of Tommy Starlingand the weekend holidays with his Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas and I

for a Mission Study. At the close TTTTYTYTTTTTTYTYTTTTTT ,i their children, Edith Ann, Mary wish him a speedy recovery. parents, the J. W. McRaes, and I family, her parents. Mr and :Mrs.I
of the meeting Mrs. Sapp served Elizabeth, and:Mark Edward are Those who enjoyed a lawn pic- returned to Navy duty Monday W. L. Johnson, Eddy Starling of STORAGE
refreshments.The FARM I here for Easter. The chil-' nic spread at the home of Mr. morning.Pfc Macclenny, Jerry Williams of Mel-
Heilbronn PTA held its I dren are attending school at Holy I and Mrs. B. M. McRae last Saturday William S. Starling of Ft. rose, Roman Alvarez and Mr.
regular meeting Thursday nightin I'Name Academy in San Antonia, I were Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Benning, Ga. was called home be- and Mrs. Warren Starling. .. Perryman Bldg. S Court Sf. Starke, Florida
the school auditorium. Plans fAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Fla. and will be at home here as I Eggers and children of Jackson- cause of the serious illness of his -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rathburnand soon as school is out. ville, brother I J l
were made for the annual school I I, Mrs. Edward L. Johns and Tommy.
picnic to be held May 14. All three children of Columbus.Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilleyof children of Kingsley Lake, the Surprise, Party i VOTE FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE
parents and friends are invitedto spent Saturday through Mon- Jacksonville spent Friday I Eldon Sapps, and T. N. Normansof When Mrs. Alma Starling returned -I
come and bring lunch. day with Mrs. Rathburn's sister,, through Sunday with her parents, Heilbronn, and the J. W. and home from church last I
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Shealy and i II Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Collins. H. M. McRaes. Sunday she was surprised to find GEORGE L. PATTEN

Tampa visited relatives here last family. The girls' mother, Mrs., !' N ewcomers to the State: Prison Friends and relatives of Arlej, most of her family there handing
weekend. Cleo Trice of Gainesville spent t; are Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hudson I, OF STARKE
Johnnie Fegers of Jacksonville Sunday and Monday with them, I and Fay. :
spent the Easter holidays here On Sunday the Shealys enter" VOTE FOR AND ELECT '

with relatives. His parents came tained the following other guests," I ...____.____,-'-,- i'. $? CIRCUIT JUDGE
for him Saturday and stayed over- Miss Cleo Ann Taylor, Mr. and j I TRUMAN NORMAN a
night. Mrs. L. F. Shealy and two children EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Beach all of Gainesville, and Mr::11 I Susie Bradford i id s1' '

and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schultz I and Mrs. Leland Douberly an SCHOOL BOARDDISTRICT Judge Patten, a graduate of the University of Flori-

spent the holidays with Mrs. De- : two children and Mrs. A. G. Mark-. \ *-__ -.- -:I. il j jL ti ONE (LAWTEY) da College of Law, is 44 years of age. He is married to
lores CarmichaeL ham all of Lake City the former Mary Canova of Starke and they have on8
Friday guests of Mrs. MildredSapp Mr and Mrs P S. Crews spenl L Spring is really here to stay. ', FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN SCHOOL WORK. son. He is a Baptist, Mason and Rotarian.
were Mrs. Taylor and daugh Easter Sunday and Monday u i Even the students got the fever i KNOWS THE SCHOOLS OF THIS COUNTY. IN
f Judge Patten is the
cleaning"last TERESTED IN THE SCHOOLS. FATHER OF TWO 1 filling unexpired term of the late
and started "spring I
week. The 5th and 6th periodsin I BOYS. 14 AND 3 YEARS OF AGE. WILL WORK Judge A, Z. Adkins and is now seeking a fuN term as
school were given over to cleanI your Judge.

N !}) lt N :BE G1S1 H tfL I up time and believe me the school\ COUNTY. t
; building and yard really look Your Vote and Support on :May 4 Will Be Appreciated I Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated

._ ... .. -- .. -- .--..- .. --. ,,better with their new spring at- (Pd Pol. Adr.) George L. Patten, Campaign Treasurer

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Seniors have received their -
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tOW J50 Awtbotc.K graduation invitations and by .
i they know their time is gettingnear. "m.
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: I The Beta Club held their regu- Y fik: r Look for this
4: INCLUDING 2 DELICIOUS MEALS lar meeting this week to elect ,

w PIM .1... A.et.61e I their officers for next year. '.' poster at
&& Members of the '54 annual staff I C s w h'{ your dealer's.
I r SpocJowsftooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Course enjoyed a swimming party and ;
..' outdoor supper at the home of
l. 2 Private Pools Cabanas Private Beoch \ at <
| Mr. and Mrs. Levy Canova w .. > llwa .
-k .. Putting Green Intimate Cocktail lounge Dancingt j, Kingsley Lake Monday afternoon..
i' Mr. and Mrs. Partin and Mrs. R 11tC sI
Planned Entertainment Fisherman's Paradise.
E. t ( Lois Moore were guests of the
staff at this outing.
I Fer RttrvatiM i BmW. I
-I wrilt .f _ire Ruth 5 .rer.C...& ,I I i Don't forget the Senior Class I
,r .. I! play! "The Little Dog Laughed" j
3bit is a three-act comedy and, take
I it from me, you. will laugh too ?
Jjt --I, r I( '"i it.'-. Times next
: '',' when you see /
i''$ ':Thursday and Friday nights. |

\" : : The Speech Club gave and en '

: tertaining program at assembly i ii '

i i last week.: It was based on Field! I geTU f
-.-. __ ;cI {1 with i <
'Day students and teachers i
.1Ja tna19Z8 taking part. Prizes were donatedto I \!

CRAIG NO winners by the Florida Theatre 1 1I
formerly (he Sheraton Beach Hole) Members of the Glee Club are
hard at it. getting ready for the

"H. M S. Pinafore", which will I I need lots

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Charley Johns thinks that the candidates for the I

office of Governor could get a lot of sound ideas for !1

Florida's state government if the voters would just ,

Please send speak right out and soy what they think Florida ,

needs and what they wont done. \ 1

me your Chorley Johns believes that the voters might like

to hove o chance to tell the candidates what they L

think in addition to being told what the candidates

ideas about propose to do.

; ? ; 7 Picnics, parties, family get-togethers-they're
Charley Johns knows that the overage person hesiPlorida : .5-
a t all of the holiday fun When add the matchless
S totes to put his thoughts on paper and send them part you .

along to the candidate. I I k 1.' '" s. flavor and sparkling goodness of frosty-cold bottles oft f

needs for So This Is l on Open 'In.itoiion to you os citizen I Ii Coke-man, it's perfect. Stock up with a couple of i iI i[

;interested| in, good government to write Charley Johns I I

and say what you would like to see his administration I I : 4 b cartons or a case at your favorite food store i!I

the next two !! t I II
the next do during years. .I .a Ii i
Write Today some of the ideas received can I II I I'
be put to work for a better Florida right away. Just I:,
I. years send a post cord or a letter. Address it to Charley E. e.:

Johns, Governor's Office, State Capitol, Tallahassee, -

Florida or use the coupon below '
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1 Hon. harley E. Johns, I, I I

I Governor's Office, State Capitol, I II ,I' :1i .
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I Easter ProgramIs ,: Joo";' z _.',1'i,< Spring Festival |I Young Married ,|Ritch Re-elected r;.f

Presented 0;i'jt Set For May 1 i ijAt 1 Class Meeting President of PTA

!Woman's ClubMiss \ Keystone Heights ,
I i The Young Married Woman's Jim Ritch of Raiford was reelected -
1 I Audrey Newman, Library ,Sunday School Class of the First '
Young people of Keystone president of the Starke
I chairman, was in charge of the ''Baptist Church met Thursday I
Heights will model authentic foreign Parent-Teacher
Easter program at the Starke night. April 15, at the home of Association at the

I|I Woman's Club meeting Wednesday I costumes and modern fash- j 1 lrs. Davis Gassett. The meeting | regular meeting Tuesday night

Gladys Mooty (afternoon of last week in the club Miss : .1 ions in a Spring Festival to be I was opened with a prayer iy Mrs. April ;20. Other officers elected

Phone 35 !house. held Saturday, May 1, at 6 p. m. Robert McRae. Games were played I at this time
: were:
I Miss Newman presented Miss in the Keystone Woman's Club. with Muriel Norman and Susie |
6', ,. ,,.,," ,,, .. Morton ,
Margaret Rose Duncan who playedthe Some of these costumes were Silcox winning prizes. I Alpren vice president;

Rev. W. G. CofieldIs Fashion Show piano solo "Polonaise" by Jordan brought by their owners direct Plans were made for an outdoor Mrs. Wilma Dockstader, secretary;
/ from Europe and the Orient and : and Mrs. C. L. Scholl, treasurer.
Chopin followed by the vocal solo supper on May 20 at the home of
Guest SpeakerAt Staged By BSP "My Master" sung by Ed Altman ; 4 I..; / ; :< I include: Chinese costumes contributed !i Mrs. L. N. Pickering. Husbands Officers will be installed at the
WSCS accompanied by Mrs. E. K. Ferryman 'r a'i by Mrs. John McDowalland 1 will be invited. I May meeting.
A spring garden scene was' at the piano. Rev. R. D. Weds ,". 4)r" Mrs. Charles T. Smith: cos- (II) Mrs. Gassett served refreshments

Rev. W. G. Cofield of the used as a background for the. Sommer of the Starke Methodist tumes from Spain Mrs. FrancisP. :at the close of the evening. j Recent BirthMr.

State Farm had charge of the young models in a Juvenile church followed the musical portion x,. Egan; Romany Gypsy Mrs. I j

and devotion at the Fashion Show, sponsored by the of the program with an inspiring Axel! Malmgren; :Mexican, Mrs. Quarterly Rally and Mrs. Ira G. Harris announce
program Beta Sigma Phi sorority in the Easter message. F. D. L C. Elliott ;. the birth of
Methodist W. S. C. S. Business : Bavarian. Mrs. Amos a daughter
and meeting Monday American Legion hall Thursday Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, president, Crowley: Hawaiian, Mrs. Axel :Of BaptistVMU Karen Elizabeth on Wednesday

afternoon program in the church sanctu- night of last week. presided over the business meetingat Malmgren; Korean Mrs. Francis I I The Graham : April 21, in St. Vincent's hospital.Mr. .
which time Baptist WJfU was
The show opened with Sylvia annual reports were i Clark and Mrs. D. A. Nelson:
Paulk "Easter Parade", given by the vice-presidents and host at the Quarterly Rally of!
ary.Rev. Key Japanese. Mrs. G. C. Muse and and Mrs. Robert Barksdalehad
Cofield gave an interestingtalk followed by a girls quartette their committees. Mrs. W. B. the New River Association on
I Mrs. D. A. Nelson: India. Mrs. ,,
on who are the guilty. Pre- Ann Johns, Babs Lance, Joanne Sewell was elected to serve as Apri116at10a.m. .: as dinner guests on Sunday.
D. A Nelson and Mrs.
ceding the program Rev. Cofieldled Slade and Jackie Hobbs singing delegate to the state conventionin i iI John McDowell; and Philippine.Mrs. R. H. 1 Rev. William Wilson and Rev.J. .i i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne and

the group in prayer and song. "Side by Side" and "Down' by the Tallahassee on Apr. 20 to 22. P. Sciame conducted the devotional -I,, sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams
Kelly of Melrose. Some of these
The regular business meetingwas Riverside". Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum was appointed costumes are for men and will be :, period using the theme, !i i of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs.C. .

held, presided over by the and I to the Children's Commission ; i t"What Now?" Dr. M. V. Sted- G. Barksdale
models participated and Mrs.
Fifty by the Governor 1 J1U I worn bv the young men of the Lula
rePresenting ham, Association
Mrs. E. K. Missionary.
president Perryman. described Mott.
the clothes worn were the Woman's Club. :Mrs. community.All .
The following officers for the new Helen Malone and Martha gave an inspiring message on
by Kincaid appointed the of the modern dresses have
"Much Land to Be Possessed".
elected Mrs.
year were : President Yancey. Carolyn Crews played Beautification Committee: :Mrs. 'I,'i-.f been fashioned by local women
E. K. Perryman; V-Pres., Mrs. H. music .. | Concluding the program an interesting -
I piano background during Ewell Lawson, Mrs. Tom Harding : : and many will model their own
C. Ritch Rec. Secy., Mrs. Merrill ,.r : playlet was put on by
the presentation. Mrs. James Lewis and Mrs. Lucian ,, I gowns There will be evening
Struth; Treas.. Mrs. W. B. Parks: the Hazen. The committee '"+ A dresses the Pine Grove members. D IC
the first of afternoon
Following part reported .;.':\ gowns play i i
Pro. Secy., Mrs. J. L. Anderson that Cassia shrubs had been .e I
mother and
fashion parade Suzi Broadwaygave planted -< clothes daughter THCATBi
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Sr.; Mem., Mrs. A. Z. Adkins; her interpretation of "Too in the City Park and that ; 'Yl .- a twin outfits, and sun suits. Prizes Family Get-Together i STARKE FL-\\

Pubis Mrs. E. L. Matthews; Young To Tango" and Miss June azalea bushes will be planted in will be awarded on the basis of l At Darby Home

Secretaries:; of lines of work: Patel sang "Wanted" being accompanied the park in the fall. I I workmanship poise and appearance I Fri., Sat.-April 23 24

:Miss. Educa., Mrs. T. H. Slade; at the piano by Mrs. L. F. It was reported that Mrs. W. L. Ii !I The Charles Darby home oni I

Christian Social Relations and Dinkins. Sylvia Paulk concludedthe ,Maxwell, director of district 4, i The program will also include ;Cherry street was the scene of a DOUBLE FEATUREThat's

local church activities, Mrs. Titus program with "Here Comes |from Lake City will install the an interesting skit featuring local Delightful covered dish supper and My Baby
newly elected officers at the
Olson Student work Mrs. C. L. May
; Peter Cottontail" talent. Tickets may be secured Annual family get-together Eas-
Scholl Children's Mrs. M. Breakfast meeting on May 12. A beautiful and end Vi1,1 iris _'filer,1VIa I Richard Arien and Ellen Drew
; Work impressive ? > a from any club member or pure ter Sunday afternoon.

R. Judd; Youth Work Mrs. J. C. Garden Club Members to make their of the reservations club are requested for the marriage ceremony of Sunday (purple orchid which was tied wit chased at the door for 60 cents. I The picnic supper was spread'on -And-

Hobbs; Spiritual Life. Mrs. I. P. I May Breakfast with Mrs. Kincaidnot afternoon March 28, was that of white satin streamers interwovenwith picnic tables in the yard. ThunderingGun

Shepherd; Literature and Pub To Meet MondayThe later than May 10. Mrs. L. H. Miss Norma Lee Jordan daughter tnbe roses. :iCol. And Mrs. Griffin I j I Enjoying the affair with the

Mrs. W. G. Haile; Supply work, of Mr and Mrs. John W. Jordan Mrs. Jordan chose for hedaughter's .Charles Darby family Mrs. SlingersWith
will Jennings chairman of the May i were
:Mrs. J. H. Ritch; Status of Women Starke Garden Club Breakfast, has announced that the of Alachua and Frederick wedding a suit of Navy ,Hosts At Breakfast ii i''S.I L. Peek, Darby Peek. Jimmy Barter Crabfae
Mrs. L. A. Davis; hold its April meeting Durell Key of Starke Mr. blue linen with blue and white I i(Peek and
evening at 7:30: o'clock in the theme will be Hans and Gretal and son of : Ol. and Mrs J. A. Griffin were'['' daughter and Mr. and Plus Serial "Jungle Raidtrs" Chap. ,

Circle officers: Circle 1, Chm.. A. & V. (Audio-Visual) room, con- the music portion of the programwill I and Mrs. N. T. Wilkinsen of I accessories. She wore a corsageof .hosts at a delightful breakfast i[, Mrs. Roy Ward and family of 5 and Cartoon

Mrs. L. D. Vining; Circle 2 chm., nected with the library in the BHS be under the chairmanship of Palatka which took place in the pink roses. :j following the Easter Sunrise Serv- [j Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt

Mrs., L. D. Green; Circle 3 Chm., The executive board Mrs. Vivian Knight, BHS music First Baptist Church in Alachua. I A reception follow Pd the wedding I Jones and daughter :Miss Elise
building. lice at the Officer's Club at Camp Sun. Mon., and Tues.
Mrs. J. W. Andrews: Circle 4 meeting will precede the regularat teacher. Mrs. Steve Simmons, Officiating at the double ring at the Alachua Woman's' :Blanding. i:!Jones, and Mrs. Emma Chalker ,

ChIn., Mrs. Henry Godwin. meeting 7 o'clock. president of the Junior Woman's ceremony at 3:30: o'clock was the Club which was decorated with 1 The Easter motif and multi-i i of Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs.J. April 25 26, and 27

Miss Clara Leaman will have Club. gave the annual report of Rev. L. D. Haines of the First native greenery and seasonal ''colored spring flowers formed the I W. Chalker and daughter Judy DOUBLE FEATURE

the Junior club and their accom- Baptist Church, Starke. I white flowers. The bride's table! : ''of Jacksonville.
charge of the bird program and ',attractive decorations for the She Couldn't Say No
Beta Sigma Phi will show bird slides from the plishments in the past year. Prior to the ceremony, a program was overlaid with a white satin 1 casion. 01'-1 I

University of Florida. During the social hour the of nuptial music was ren- cloth centered with a three-tiered 1 Assisting Mrs. Griffin in serving \VMU Luncheon Robert Mitchum d. Jean Simmons

There will be a regular meetingof Hostesses for the evening will I hostesses served a dessert course. dered by Miss Sandra Rooks, wedding cake which was topped I were Mrs. T. H. Slade and Misses! -AndApache -

the Beta Sigma Phi at the homeof be: Mrs. J A. Griffin Mrs. F. B. Those on the hostess committee .pianist and Miss Martha Bannell. with a miniature bride and groom. 'JoAnn Slade and Jean Mundy. And Business Meet War Smoke
Betty Durling at Hampton next Beard Mrs. J. D. Seymour, Mrs. : Audrey Newman. Mrs. i soloist who sang, "Because", "At .I The punch bowl was set in a bed I Forty-five guests enjoyed this I
I i G. L. Farber, Mrs. L. The Lorena of
0. le
Hazen Gilbert Roland
Glenda Farrell
Monday at 8 p.m. F. Jones and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. Dawning" and "The Lord's of greenery interspersed with i lovely affair. WA1I1 ;
Mrs. I
Frazier Shaw, Mrs. L. N. Prayer". white blossoms. i. the First Baptist was
Pickering and Mrs. Harmon Mor- : hostess for the business
._ I gan. The wedding party stood beforea I Mrs. Mary Dally of Starke cut; Memorial Day i[!and program meeting monthly at the Wed.. Thur.-April 28, 29
-- -- '-- '- -- -' '-' -- background of palms and fern the wedding cake and pouring *
Service 25 !! church Tuesday noon. DOUBLE FEATURE
and tall baskets of white gladioli ,punch and assisting in serving j April

ELECT STAFFORD LCREWSTO ,Woman's Club white mums and tube roses. were, Mrs. Fred Bentke :Mrs. A. I After the luncheon Mrs. Lex 99 River StreetJohn
Memorial services, sponsored by ;Green, WMU president, presidedover
,At Keystone Heights Lighted white tapers in cathedral M. Pettit, Jr., rs. O. B. Shuman Payne and Evelyn Kejes
the W. T. Week's chapter UD.C., the business session. giving
THE candelabra cast a soft glow over Mrs. L. M. Cooper :Mrs. R. L. '
:To Elect Officers will be held at Crosby Cemetery on ,'a report on the recent WMU convention -AndCalifornia -
the setting. Corley Mrs. Clark Walker Mrs 'I
SCHOOL THREE I Sunday afternoon April 25 at 4', in Daytona Beach.
BOARDJ-DIST. E i The Vide, who was -given i in Charles Pope Mrs. B. D. Buzbee.Mrs. Conquest
Officers for the new year will o'clock. j j i The program: was presented by
marriage by. her father chose her Leonard and Rev. W. S. of the Pres- Wilde and Teresa
be McAliley Corvl Wright
elected at a meeting of the .Mrs. R. B. Alvarez circle leader,
IE IS QUALIFIEDBY :sister Mrs. Percy O. Gott, as her Fay Roberts. The bride's book :
Keystone Heights Woman's Club! byterian Church will give the ad- :..with Mrs. D. L. Thomas !Mrs.G. Plus "Hors Qn The Merry Go
matron of honor and only attend- was kept by Mrs. Marion Pettitand 1
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE on Tuesday, April 27. The elec- j| dress. V. Lee, Mrs. J. A. Lewis, and Round" CartoonON
ant. Mrs. Goffs of pinktaffeta : Miss Jeanette Stanley. 1 1
t.' ';t Two Terms as School Board tion will be preceded by a covered' gown Everyone is urged to attend and Mrs. L. G. Powell taking part.

:: dish luncheon at one o'clock. was fashioned with a over-| After spending some time with:bring, flowers for the graves of i I Forty-six members Mil two

:Member E I'I The I skirt of nylon net and she worea their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Key veterans of all wars. I I visitors attended. I I
following officers
I were
liI Progressive Farmer Veteran E short jacket of the same ma left for a short wedding trip i in
''max ,nominated by the members at the
terial. She carried bouquet
r.n arm
South Florida. The bride traveled
of I Graduate of
I'orld.Var -- |March 27 meeting, and furtherI I -
'" f U of F :i-/eafs business administration nominations of pink ram-jtions and bluei in a Navy blue shantung suit com-
t may be made from
I i iris tied with pink satin streamers plimented with Navy and white
as manager Starke j the floor on April 27. Wallace Key of Palatka served 1 accessories. She wore an orchid F
Supplies For president: Mrs. F. P. Egan his brother as best man and the .
E I and Mrs. John Karges. ushers were Wai dell! Key Palatka.trotl'er .
I BELIEVE IN and will WORK FOR a progressive School Key is a graduate of the _
t For vice president: Mrs. Chas. of the groom, and Raymond _
System for the entire Ahchua High School class of 52
County. for
Adequate Pay Teachers and 'T. Smith. Guertin cf Starke.
C i and the Jones Business College
Employees. Safe Transportation. Elimination of hazard of I The bride selected for her wedding -"
For corresponding secretary: : Jacksonville. She is now a
school children crossing U. S. SOl from high school to USO E i Mrs. an exquisite gown of white
( Jack Elliott. secretary for Clay Electric Cooperetive. -
building. chantilly lace and bridal satin '
i i For recording secretary: Mrs. Inc. Keystone Heights.
AS SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS are elected by ALL the Votersof fashioned with a fitted bodice and "
Wm. Schroeder. Mr Key is a graduate of the
finished at the
hips a peplumof
the County, I that it will be
regret impossible for me to get t
I For treasurer: Mrs. James!! chantilly lace. The neckline I Palatka High School in the class
around and see each and every one in person. Therefore I will '
Grayson. I featured a yoke of nylon tulle anda of 47. He served with the 537th

appreciate it if you will accept this message from me as a ,'I The retiring president Mrs. Peter Pan collar of chantillylace. Engineers Co., Ladd Field, Fair-

personal request for your Vote and Support in the May 4Primary. Sara McDonald, automatically becomes The full skirt fell into a banks, Alaska. He is at present

C II second vice president. Cathedral train. Her finger tip manager of the A&P Food Store

Nominees for the Board of vtil of four tiers of nylon tulle! I in Starke. / /

Yours Sincerely= Stafford L. CrewsPd. E (!.Trustees or Directors (three to be, a.ra q"''ihed to ? Juliet cap of I I Mr. and Mrs. Key are now re- THIS

( PoL Adv.) elected) : Mrs. Frank Walrath Sr., chantilly lace. She carried a bou- siding at 341 Cherry street. '

u -, _'_ Mrs. E. H. Cooper Mrs. J. C. quet of white roses tube roses. Starke. '
3 iDetweiler --- 'WONDERFUL 1954
-" -"-" -/ Sara McDonald ... :'"

Mrs. C. T. Smith, Mrs. J. A. Wil-
. --' ... liams, Mrs. Edward Dwyer.A .
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committee of four was elec- G-E FREEZER !

ted to make recommendations for !

SALE revision of the constitution and C .

by-laws as follows: Mrs. Frank i
Walrath. Sr., honorary chairman: j tL
38Pc. Mrs E. H. Cooper. Mrs. C. T.l, Have you spotted the snappy taking a tour of the aircraft car- : .
Charley Johns button earrings rier "Valley Forge" in Mayport
Smith. snd Mrs. F. P. Egan. ThiS i iI | /:
that Hazel Ritch is sporting these when they went over to get DK 2 S.AS .
committee has already met and ; \
T Kitchen !I days? She made them herself Lyle Anderson who had a day's
I Group will be able to give a report on | |
and has ordersfor many more but leave of absence from the carrier 10
some phases of the revisions at
> I
i .
her office has nm out of buttons Inez Green was thrilled be- j! \)

ONLY i i the May 11 club meeting. glad to hear that Eustis Mc- yond words when the Methodist ]I ..' ... .,.. o >p5 y ; f r
Phone 80 Starke Fla. i i YOuth Choir presented bed with an
Knight will be able to return j
,Bride Elect orchid corsage on Easter morning i ij
the police force on Monday after i 111 CCAPACITY1
$89.95 Shower HonoreeI several weeks' illness hear _
i jls Menzen j' Norma Gonzalez who celebratedher ..... .
that E. P. of Lake Genera .. .
I Shirley Kelly whose mar- has purchased the Maxwell chic-!:( birthday on Apr. 10, and Martha .

| riage to Joe E. Tomlinson will be,ken ranch on the Palatka highway'. Gonzalez, whose birthday waon ; I KFEATUREs

$9.00 DOWN' I ran i event of Saturday afternoon see that Charlie Oaks and Ned Apr. 11 celebrated at a party
:a Plus Tax ''at' 5 o'clock at the Kelly home, I Yancey are sprucing up the store .for 12 guests including Albert

,I: was honored at a lovely miscel- formerly occupied by the McGriffs,Gonzalez of Tampa at the home

I laneous shower Tuesday eveningat ,on W. Call street for the opening|iof: Tony Gonzalez Mrs. Harold V pLUs

I the J. G. Jackson home. I of Bobbie's (formerly Bobbie's'Reagan entertained Mrs. Pellum's3rd

I Hostesses for the affair were, Bootery) which is moving from grade class at an Easter party

j I I Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Fate Brown, 'Ducky's sometime this weekend Thursday afternoon of last weekat 1 El KA7K A new, highly efficient Fiber-

Mrs. Roscoe Bullington Mrs. F. Jill Oakes will run the shoe her home those assisting gins seals in told-keeps

I IL. Clough and Mrs. Lucian Con- part of the new store and Martha]i were Mrs. J. E. Wall and Mrs out heat helps assure
II I {! Iowost operating efficiency.
i ner. i! Yancey will feature ready to1 I Jack :McComb Anne Matthewsentertained Fail Safe Alarm System .

I! Arrangements of white gladioli wear ;' at an Easter egg hunt Counterbalanced lid A '
Saturday afternoon for neighbor- Positire-Action latch Mart than 3,500,000 6 E
I white asters rosebuds. Queen' See Dolly and Lonnie Sullivan -
II Anne's lace and fern were used ,just can't leave Starke they hood children at the :Matthews Selective Temperature Control Seakd-In refrigerating sys

i II !have moved back and are stayingat home on 8th street David Mc- Removable Wire BasketsTwocomportment terns have been fa strvke
II the ;
I to advantage in decorating '
The the Lambs but are still com- Knight celebrated his 2nd birth Storage I 10 years or longer.
W home for the occasion. refreshment ,
>? 1r I muting back to Jacksonville to day on Apr. 16 and Laura Lt e.. : Ail-AluminumOnePieceliner
table overlaid with
l C-E I
work the T. C. Stallings are Wiggins had a birthday last Sat-
a lovely lace cloth and centered }
I L: renting the Green house on N. 'urday ,
with a crystal container holding

I i table pink rosebuds.was the crystal At one punch end of bowl the i I i':Walnut the Foreman steet formerly. Mr.occupied and Mrs.by mis-read Claire Cottrell her recent postcards message thatI !\ Come in and Register FREE for the FREE G.E.

I j surrounded with fern interspersed I Carl Hurst and daughter. Sue are This column said it would be a I
renting the Sauls cottage hear i IRONER TABLE & CHAIR COMBINATION- FIRST
!| with gladioli blossoms. At the long time before she could walk I PRIZE
that Ella
Mary Turner) and Bob-
I other end of the table were crystal I by Alvarez have moved to Valdosta again due -to an operation AND THE G. E. OSCILLATING FAN SECOND PRIZE
What Mrs. C..really said, however
| dishes holding sandwiches,
', Ga. where Bobby is working
!!1 was that it would be a long time TO BE GIVEN AWAY
I nuts and mints. Mrs. Lucian Con- I
(.for the A & P Arlen Gay and
: before she could WORK .
FREE FREE ner poured punch assisted Miss : again
; by ,CpL Charles Lawson were home
i iI '
Hear that SATURDAY
Sorry MAY
I Julia Jackson. I:for the weekend from Fort Jack Marilyn 1ST AT 3:00 P. M.

< 9x 12 I Games were played during the ,son, S. C. Florence Brown was :Rushton of Keystone was recently I

; I evening and prizes were won by ,home from U. of F. and initiated into A.O. Pi sororityat WE CARRY PLENTY OF FREEZER SUPPLIES IN ALL SIZES
Southern .
LINOLEUM RUG Mrs. Wesley McRae. j,Robert Taylor. Jr. was home for College
j Easter from CMC | Don't forget the free Band Con
The hostesses presented the i, Ja"k Trawick Bradford 'cert in the Church Street
park I
,With Each Kitchen Group guest of honor with a television ]I COUltySanitarian. G. J. McGriff
| will attend the Fla. Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
planter lamp as a memento of the ;
occasion. j j Mosquito Control meeting in Na- 1 If a crowd' turns out for thislone I

II --. .- I| ples Sunday through Wednesday.: then the band will give us

", --. - .' -' --. -- ,- --- p. -/ Fifty guests were invited to at- i'. Janet Turner and Alice Anderson ''I more so let's aH be these Call I and Walnut Streets Starke, Fla.

tend this delightful affair. got a real thrill Monday by i, -Carolyn j _



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FRIDAY, APRIL. 2$, 1954
Gene Shaw was in Miami over' Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance en- Mrs. W. S. McAliley and chil- Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tucker and you are required to serve a copy o.I Complaint wi'l be taken; as con-

I the weekend visiting friends.Mr. tertained 15 guests at a family dren are spending Thursday to I family will occupy the L. M. Gray II your complaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to tht ,fused This by notice you.shall be published

and Mrs. J. C. Wynn and reunion over the weekend and also Saturday with Mrs. McAliley's home on Kingsley Lake for sev- Attorney J. Donald Gibson 22K I once each week for four consecutive
I 'I l E. Forsyth Street, JacksonvilleFlorida weeks! in the Bradford County Tele-
children of Jacksonville were Sunday celebrated the birthday anniver- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Iveyin eral months after May 1st. |, graph.
tdJ | guests of Mr. and Mrs.: Sam sary of Mr. Lance. Those enjoy- Graceville while Rev. McAlilej' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Boyd and I and file the original in the office ''I Hated thi.- 22: : daf April. 1SO4!
'of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby
i:Anderson.Rev. ing the affair were: Mrs. D. R. I is attending the Regional Evangelistic son. Bill, of St. Petersburg spent or before the Clerk of the Circuit COllrt.I .
and Mrs. E. A. Sommer of Quinn and daughter of Inverness, Conference in Atlanta, Ga. last Friday with Mr. and Mrs. 24 day ,.f M.,,'. 1954. ,i By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
NEWS otherwise the allegations of said 4 :r: 4t 1 tli
:Lakeland were weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Carswell and I Mr. and :Mrs. L. D. Green and W. H. Nollman..tOTICK .

.. j their son and daughter-in-law, children of Waycross, Ga., Mrs.C. Mrs. C. D. Williams had as Easter -I I

, bfr- I I ,Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Sommer andi W. Lance of St. Simons Island, I holiday guests, Mrs. W. C. Beck : TO APPEAR | At VARI STORE Men's Clothing fil
li III
and Mrs. Harold Mills of I Miss Sue Biggs and Finn Lawrence i family. Ga. and Mrs. Billy Burbank, Jr. I and daughters of HendersonvuTe. Florida!. Circuit IB Court Chancery.Bradford Coaatr L Established 1S94ETHAN
Mrs. Pearl Whitnel and daughter :
Jacksonville Beach Sunday ,, of St. Augustine spent Sat-
spent I of Fernandina Beach. I IN. C., Mrs. Marvin Johns and i Harold E. Bailey' Plaintiff n.i i
I with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivanin ,,urday with :Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Edwina of Deland visited :Mr. Mrs. Ethel Pickren of Gaines- daughter of Jacksonville, Mr. and i Eugenia M. Bailey, Defendant !
and Mrs. Merrill Struth Sunday Case No. 10-465
Theressa. Ann Mills was visiting i'i Biggs. ville, along with her soninlawand .Mrs. Bill Clark and children ofI I Votlrr To Appear.To .
Sally Ann Epperson. I; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson of!to Tuesday.Mrs. daughter Mr. Miami and Mrs. : Eugenia )(. Bailey whose ELECT
C. T. Kessel and children and Mrs. S. D. i I I Willard Pass andi residence and address is: c/o C. !-'. A. SAPPTO
Members of the senior Wom-I Baconton, Ga. were weekend of Palatka were Sunday guestsof Goodman, spent Sunday at Silver i i son Gene of Tallahassee. I Goth, 100 Hicks Street Jackson
I of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Tennessee.
I an's Club who attended the Flori- guests Mr. and :Mrs. F. J. Pellum and Springs.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carswell of You are hereby notified that a THESCHOOL
i and Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long. t
da Federated Woman's Club con- family.Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Tampa spent the first part of the suit for divorce
in Tallahassee II Mrs. R. J. Davis of Gainesville I of will spend the weekend at Shell- I bas been filed against you in the
vention Tuesday and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley week at Avery Inn. above named Court and cause and : ,
through Thursday were: Mrs. J.I was the overnight guest Sunday Jacksonville were weekend guestsof man's Bluff, Ga. visiting Mrs. C. ,L .i BOARD
W. Kincaid. president Mrs. W. B. of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. I W. Denny of Savannah, Ga. and .

Sewell Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs. Leah F. Bauknight of Mrs. Robert Cantrell and chil- Mrs. W. F. Swinyer of Los An- FOR SCHOOL BOARD DIST. ONErfI"j ; District Three (Brooker New River)

Junius Smith Mrs. R. F. Dem- Jacksonville was visiting Mrs. W. dren of Jacksonville were Easter geles, Calif. COUNTYWIDE VOTE
orest Mrs. T. II. Slade Mrs. E. L. H. Struth and Miss Kate Struthon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletonand 1

Matthews, Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, Sunday.Mr. !Green. daughter, Madge, attendedthe 1 ...; Vote For 1. Lifelong Citizen and Farmer Bradford
Mrs. W. T. Shiver and Sewell of Fort
Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. J. A. and Miss Virginia Hortense Methodist homecoming County

Griffin Mrs. C. J. Houpt Mrs. T. daughter. Linda, of Waycross.I Lauderdale and Jim Sewell of in Hortense, Ga. on Sunday. I DAN W. STARLING 2. World War I Veteran
F. Landrum. Mrs. Garl :Mathews, Ga. were Easter guests of Mr. and Jacksonville were home over the Representative for Henderson's
Mrs. Alvarez and Mr. and I Easter holiday with their parents 3. Former Trustee New River School
Mrs. Levy Canova, Mrs. B. T. Bakery. Art Lessons. Special Your Vote
Paul Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. The = 4' Member Christian Church and Gideons
Mrs. Raymond.A. decorating. .4 He will that
Thomas, Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. Dave Thelma Jennings. see you get the most
Sewells also had as dinner guests
York and
of New Support
Paulk and Mrs. Cesar Rivera of Welles Stump Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Phone 278-J. I for you taxpayer's dollar in better 5. Business Experience in Auto Field since
Mrs. John W. Griffinof en Sunday -
Starke and :Mrs. A. A. Kartsonis and Ochlocknee Mr. and Ga. have returned I Sommer and daughters of Starke Mrs. Rose Beerup of Springfield A schools for our boys and girls. Greatly 1937.

of Jacksonville. to their homes after spending the ',and their house-guests, Rev and'Mrs. Ill. is spending a few days with Appreciated 6. School Bus Driver sine 1927

Factory Demonstration Of D.ItaII. (Easter holidays with the F. F. E. A. Sommer of Lakeland. Mrs. Martha Gonzalez and Mr, I I (Pol. adv. paid for by Dan W. Starling) (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
: Stanley Power Tools, Friday,,Stump family.Mr. 1 i I Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pellum and and Mrs. Ernest Phillips. .I

April 23, 8 p. m. Also Monies At : and Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned family enjoyed:: a picnic supper at
I STARKE HARDWARE CO. I to their home Saturdaylafter Gold Head Branch on Saturday I= --- ---

Those from the Starke Carder three months' stay with Dr. I I"and celebrating Fritz Pellum's 15th

Club who were guests at the<" Mrs. C. C. Mendoza in Jack-I birthday anniversary.Rev. .
Brooker Garden Club monthly! ,'sonville. Mr. Griffin was also con- and Mrs. Wilson Spahn and '

meeting and fried chicken dinner,'fined in St. Vincent's hospital for ,children, Missionaries to Ethiopia
\1 that time. II'Africa, were overnight guests Bobbie's
week during
in Brooker last Friday evening:Ia
of last week of Mr.
were: Mrs. R. F. Young, presi. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Herndon and Wednesday ootery
Ga. week- and Mrs. R. F. Young.
dent, Mrs. Marion Howe, Mrs. E,j I family of Valdosta were
Presoott of
end of Mrs. Pearl Burnham Guy
A. Hall, Mrs. E. Lennon, Mrs
visited his sister, Mrs. Gill,
and Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Judd of Faye 1
Cesar Rivera, Mrs. M. F. Hazen,.
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch Ion Tuesday.
Mrs. J. A. Griffin, Mrs. F. B. FORMERLY
at the State Farm. I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins returned LOCATED AT DUCKY'S
Beard, Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John Moyer and I borne Saturday after tow weeks'visit
J. D. Doyle and Mrs. C. A. Par daughter of Jacksonville were Sun-II with her son-in-law and
ham. day guests of :Mr. and Mrs. One daughter, Dr. and Mrs. B. A.
. Wiggins. \Pope, Jr., in Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum, Mrs.C. I Mrs. John Love Wilkes returnedto

L. Rivera, Mrs. A. E. Haigh the home of her sister, :Mrs.
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S and Mrs. J. D. Doyle attended the I A. Z. Adkins, on Monday after a

Macclenny Flower Show Saturday ten day visit with her son-in-law

JUST ONE afternoon.Mr. I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F. H.I
and Mrs. Edwin St. John and Evans in Coral Gables. I II Grand
FRIGIDAIREMade children of Hawthorne and Mr.
I Mr. and Mrs. Wally F. Walkerof 1 Openjngalt
and Mrs. James Palmas and family
only by General Tampa were Sunday guests I
of Mr. and I
Motors Corp. All other !were Sunday guests |Mrs. O. L. Beasley 8J1d Mrs. J. W. i iI
Mrs V. S. St John.
Electric ( Kincaid. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. i.
Refrigerators are Factory Demonstration Of IMts,l}
made by other companiesand & Stanley Power Tools, Friday,,;Hoppe of Tampa were also week- I '
'end at the Beasley home.
cannot use the word j i April %8, 8 p. m. Also MoUes Al t guests :
i I Mrs. Fred Guy and children. I
Frigidaire. STARKE '
Jane and Jimmy, of Gainesville
I Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford and, 'spent 'Sunday and Monday with,II New LocationAS
Mrs. J. W. Hinely and children ol
'Want guests: |Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. i iI I
Jacksonville were Sunday
Mrs. A. A. Kartsonis of JacK-I
? ? jof Mrs. Dorothy Ford. I '
sonville was the overnight guest
I Mrs. Charles Oakes and Mrs.
THEN SEE I I Monday of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. i!
,Ned Yancey made a business trip
Mrs. Kitty Andrews has return
to Orlando on Thursday.Mr
'ed from Chicago, Ill. where she
E. H. SMITHTenth : and Mrs M. H. Sheppardhad I I
spent several months visiting her i il
as Easter Holiday guests Mrs.1
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and'rs.
and Temple Ave. Kate Sheppard of Winter Garden l| [ H. G. Shellhamer.Mr. 'BOBBIE'S
and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sheppard
Starke, Fla. and :Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott II
of Valdosta. Ga.
.. i and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns,
I all of Gainesville were dinner I I II
I ,.
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.: J. T. Quigley. j ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner of'j i I ry ryOpeninu
j. Mrs.Gainesville A. F. Sauls.spent Sunday with I; I Next Door to Roberts Jewelry :

Friends of Mrs. Crosby H. Daw-!

kins of Jacksonville will be in- i

terested to know that she has I Monday April 26th

been elected president of the Jack\ ,

WOMENBETWEEN sonville Junior Woman's Club. I
:Mrs. Dawkins is attending the

Federated Woman's Club convention -I FEATURING
in Tallahassee this week while

AGES OF 18 AND 35Sewing her daughter, Janelle, is staying I I

with her grandparents Mr. and:

Machine OperatorsAPPLY i Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez I CLOTHING

and Miss Norma Gonzalez spent; !

:the weekend in Tampa visiting I ,

AT OUR OFFICE .Mrs. Lena Gonzalez. They were i
accompanied by Mrs. Martha Gonzalez and

10th AND CHURCH STS. who visited her husband, a
Albert Gonzalez. Mrs., Martha
Ganzalez is spending a month

Big Dad Manufacturing Co. with while Mr.she and gets Mrs.her business Tony Gonzalez affairsin COMPLETE LINE OF

order, after which she will SHOESVISIT

Starke, Florida move to Tampa.
Factory Demonstration Of Delta,

&: Stanley Power Tools Friday,I
-> -
-, .-- --. .- .-'h April 23, 8 p. m. Also! Movies At I
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1 II 1 who attended the Florida ;

Federated Woman's Club com'enI!' I
!Ionn, Tallahassee. April 20 to'I !

Dedicated To Community Service 22, were Mrs. Steve Simmons, I

"!Iodee Are Bettor Than Ever"> president. Mrs. S. G. Denmark Valuable FREE Prizes
Mrs. Carl Roberts, Mrs. Doyle I II !

Conner :Mrs. Cecil Sewell, Mrs. I
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre A d I;JT. C. Hazen, Jr., Mrs. D. L.I I

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKET S I Thomas Mrs. Leslie Biggs, :Mrs.I I I

i!A. J. Thomas, Jr., Mrs. John Anderson -
Fri.. Sat. April 23, 24 i Sun., Mon. April 25 26
: Miss Dolores McKnightand

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE ]: >| OMNCf..MPnW.. i I Mrs.Mrs C.Stanley D. Williams Noegel.and :Mrs. I i i' FIRST PRIZE SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE

AEON SPECTACLE! : MR BJ1PSODY. :Monday L. D. Green of were Mrs. overnight Irene Johns guests in i i!i 40 PIECE LADIES DRESS 1 PAIR

t. .. . . / . : .I Green Cove Springs. 1!I DINNER WARE SET $5.95 VALUE LADIES SHOES
asr tttt.n Mr.: and Mrs H. E. Tucker had*i

from M-G-M as weekend guests, Lt. Com. and
THEUHTAMED TECHNICOLOR! Mrs. L. E. Emmerson of Green; You Don't Have To Make Purchase To Register -- But You Must Be Present At The

1\ I Cove Springs. i
BREED I I 14 III i.e Mrs. J. L. Hair of Lake City I

ELIZABETHTM spent Tuesday with her parents. DRAWING SATURDAY -- MAY' 1ST -- 4:00 P. M.

TOfTS BllttOK I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollingsworth.|
Mrs. Hair and :Mrs. Hollingsworth i
spent the afternoon in Jackson- ]
,.. ville. FREE Coca Colas To All Who Visit Our New Store During OUR GRAND OPENING WEEK
I'lus "Much .\110bout Nothing: I
ni+a I Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Tillman and|

fw t..t Cartoon and Latest World New:.. family visited Mr. and Mrs. T. G ,II

w Carter in Jacksonville on Sunday. I


Tues., Wed and Thur. and son. David, spent last week I \
April 27 28 29 in Manning and Kingstree, S. C. |: \

OF I visiting relatives.Mr. !

BAGDAD : J.rtJl, sons .of and Jacksonville Mrs. Richard were Ray Sunday and I ALL PUMPS ON SALE \ .

\ !' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey SQ
Starring Hen.lraid and Warren.Mr. I

I Pronounced !HE-VA-RO, and Mrs. E. T. Shull, Sr. I I PairA.9S; Extra Pair;

Plu "Main: Ado About :\lutton"l I "paw.nao.TMS..uoWCartoon II and son, Bobby, are attending the
and Chapter No. 2 Serial I I .* COUOR BV funeral of their brother-in-law, I
; .i TECH JCOtORFERHAVDO [ Joe Nicholson, in St. Petersburg $ $' .00
today. I
: FUMING L Mrs. R. F. Watson, Sr. of Mill OR 2 PR. $5.95
WfAS a Town. X. Y. was the Friday and

COMING SOON I Saturday guest of Mr. and Mrs
BRIAN KEITH Titus Olson. I

NAKED JUNGLE i Plus Tncle Tom's Cabana" CIl r- Perryman Owners
yule Easter with JaCkson-j [
:toot and Late World News : I

i tents, Judge and Mrs. E. 1 .
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rRmAS, APRIL ..J. .inn......
-YYYYYTYYYTTYTYTYYYTYYYY Guests of the O. J. Phillips Arwood were visitors to Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. James Waters and
son's the '
ville Tuesday. (I family at Presbyterian Prevatt, and Misses Linda and 1 afternoon.Dr. suit for
the Easter children attended church
family during season at lfaxi Church there. Hilda Crews. Divorcehas
LAWTEY\ included Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mr. and Mrs. G. Thornet and i ville Sunday morning and were The W M U of the First Baptist R. E. Rutland of Gainesville, been filed against you In the
Phillips and Mr and Mrs. Fel-I children of Neptune Beach were dinner guests of Mrs. Waters' Church met with Mrs. Milo Smith Dr. and Mrs. Farrar of Melrose District Superintendent of the above named Court and cause and
I I were visitors of the you are required to .f
Methodist strife a
men Redd and children of Macon, dinner guests ofthe H. C. Kelly mother, Mrs. Higginbotham. t on Tuesday afternoon. At the i Methodist Churches of this area, your answer or pleading copy to the
by L. IL Flitch f :Church morning, at which
Ga. While here they visited their family Thursday evening of last Mr. and Mrs. Prank Jones and close of the meeting, Mrs. Smith "I conducted Quarterly conferencein complaint on the Plaintiff
.....AA.AA.AAAAA.AA.A.. brother Leslie Phillips who is week. children, Maxine and Tommy of served her guests refreshments of time Dr. Farrar conducted the the church here Tuesday eve- Attorney Starke. Florida Hollis V. Knight,
confined to Alachua General Hos- Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Starlingwere !Keystone were calling in Lawtey pineapple sherbet and cookies. !worship service using as"his text ning. Dr. Rutland was accompanied and file the original in the office
Miss Adel Dinkins of Jacksonville "The Meaning of Easter. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
pital where he recently under in attendance at the Heil- Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. C. R. Crews entertainedthe I by Rev. H. I. Thomas, also 'or before the on
spent Easter weekend with bronn P T A on Thursday eve- II I Members of the O. J. Phillips of Gainesville. ,
went surgery. Though seriously, and Mrs. Frank Wells and small children of the com- | 10 day of May 1934; I
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. ill. Leslie is now improving nicely ning of last week. daughters, Mary Ann and Nina, munity with a combined Easter family were Easter dinner guestsof I )otherwise the auegauvus IT sail
Dinkins Sr. Mr. and -NOTICE TO APPEAR ;;Complaint will be taken as confessed
Mrs. Jack
I and we hope to see him around Reynolds and spent the weekend with relativesin egg hunt and birthday party on :Mrs. Leslie Phillips ana her IB CircBit Court. Bradford C...ty. by you.
Mrs. Louis H. Hill a memberof again soon. children of Jacksonville spent Tallahassee.Mrs. Saturday afternoon honoring her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Register, in Florida !. rhaaeery. This notice shall be publishedonce \
the Public School system of John P. of Tallahassee Easter weekend with her parents, Effie Miner was dinner grandson, Rickey Crews who was I Gainesville. They also visited Louise vs. Remus Currin W. Blackwell.BUckwell.Defendant.Case Pla-ntiff. weeks each week in the for Bradford four consecutive CountyTelegraph. -
Lee County returned to her workon Wyrick Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley Sr. guest of her son, Howard, and one year old that day. The usual Leslie Phillips at the hospital dur- No. 10-433 .
:Monday after spending the spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish spent family Easter Sunday at their birthday cake and ice cream were ing the day. A number of the Vctire To Remus T. Appear. Dated this 5 day of April. 1954.
relatives in Lawtey. I : W. B'lackwl'lI.hose (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I
Easter vacation at her home here. the weekend with relatives in Tal- home In Westconnett. She also served. Mrs. Crews was assisted Lawtey boys, friends of Leslie, residence and address is: 3212:! 10th I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
:Misses Idell and Betty Durban Mrs. W. F. Moore and Mrs. H. B. lahassee. \!attended Easter services with her. by Mrs. H. C. Crews, Mrs. Lester I were also in to see him in the I Place, S. E. Washington D. C. By Karin L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
are hereby notified that a 4,t 4t 4/30 I
were Easter guests of their par ,
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Durban.Mr. ----
and Mrs. Frank Sweat of ,
Jacksonville spent the weekend
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

C.Mr.F. Carter.and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr.

of Anthony spent from Thursdayto Big Democrat ic
Monday with relatives in Law- Rally

tey, returning home on Monday.
Jimmy Tatum of Boynton spent
last week with his aunt Mrs. G.

W. Roberts.Mr. .

Augustine Hastings. and were and Mrs.Joe weekend Phillip Shuford Shufordof guests of St. Tuesday April 27 8:00: P. M. !

cf ford their Sr. mother, Mrs. J. S. Shu ,

Mr. and Mis. John Rasmussenof I!
Starke attended special Easter
services at the Methodist Church

Sunday morning.Mr. .
: and Mrs. H. C. Crews and MEMORIAL STADIUM
small son, Rickey spent the weekend -
with Mr. Crews' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Crews, returningto
their hone in Indian River
Beach on Monday. Miss Linda
Crews came home with her brother THERE ARE -
some time
after having

with Mrs.him Claudia and his Strickland family. of -- SAMPLE BALLOT DEMOCRATIC PRIMARYMAY

Gainesville, and her daughter,
Miss Betty Strickland who is a 4. 1954 1 15f
student nurse in a Jacksonville
hospital, were visiting her sis- BRADFORD .TY' !
ters, Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss
Elizabeth Terry, Friday of last PRECINCT NO.

A. Pur-
Rev. and Mrs. George
ga and son spent several days To Vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, mark a cross ((1) in the square at the RIGHT of the name
of the for whom desire to
last week in Archer while Rev. person you vote. .
Purga conducted a revival meet- -
Ing in the church of which he is COUNTY JUDICIAL: COUNTY COUNTY'
the pastor. We hear it was quitea : .
successful meeting. CIRCUIT JUDGE
Ernest Wells who is stationedat
the Easter
Uncle Sam spent
holidays with his mother, Mrs. THERE SHOULD BE GROUP NO. 2 (Vote for One) MEMBER, RESIDENCE DISTRICT
Mae Wells. The two of them were (Vote for One)
Easter dinner guests of Mrs. E. L. CRAWFORD I i1 I NO. ONE
Wells' Mrs. Jack Bales. I
and family in Orlando. EWELL LAWSON I I{

Lt. Comm. and Mrs. Clyde 5.121 1 1 VOTES ON MAY 4TH GEO. L. PATffiN I I
Pitts guests of of Key Mr.West and were Mrs. Easter E. A. L. I,. REKFROE I I H. C. KELLY I I

cousins who hadn'tseen
Massey each other in twentyfiveyears. This year, with a Bradford County GOVERNOR NO. FOUR DAN W. STARLING I I
This was a happy Easter

for them both. Candidate in the Race for Governor (Vote for One) (Vote for One) *
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bradleyand MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC
children of Starke, and Air-
man Marvin Warren were dinner and Circuit Judge, it is more im- LEROY COLLINS I I GERALD ADKUS r I INSTRUCTION, COUNTY BOARD
guests of their parents, Mr. and I I
Mrs. J. E. Vrren Sunday eve-
than before that BradCHARLEY E. JOHNS I I
ning. The group motored over portant ever I I NO. THREE
to Lake City with Marvin Sunday I I
rJgtt! as he was on his way back ford County Poll its Full Strength. BRAILEY ODHAM (Vote for One)
to Lackland Air Base. I
Mrs. Nona Priest of Starke,
and her son, Walter Dennis, and Many an election has been decided COMMISSIONER
his wife were recent guests of H. C. DOUGLAS I I
the Hubert Priest family. by ONE VOTE -- and that vote GROUP NO. 1
Elmer Crews of Ft. Myers is maybe ;
(Vote One) A. L. GREEN I 111 l
spending the week with his par-
ents, Mr. and :Mrs. C. R. Crews. yours! ETHAN A. SAPP I I
Easter guests of :Mr. and Mrs.
,lit r
C. R. Whitehead included :Mrs. .
Edith Buff and her daughter,Mrs. I I MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC
:Mrs. Haw-
:Marian Hawkins and \ \
kins' children all of Jacksonville.Mrs. WILBUR C. KING I r I I MEMBER, RESIDENCE DISTRICTRAILROAD
Whitehead and Mrs. Buff are
sisters. O 0 N 'T FORGET F E \ NO. FIVE

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling and AND PUBLIC UTILITIES
children; Mr. and Mrs. Doc Wain- Tote for One)
wright and children; and Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Suber and son all Voting on County Commissioners/ and GROUP NO. 2 H. A. LAWSON I
of Jacksonville were among the H
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve School Board Members is COUNTYVote( for One) T. T. LONG I
Starling on Easter Sunday.Dr.
and Mrs. John Wright and I f fI
WIDE. This will
children of Tampa were Easter year you register yourchoice
weekend guests of :Mrs. Wright's W. CARTER I II r .
parents Shuford.Mr. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Charles for Every Office on the Ballot.JERRY

and Mrs. Roy Reddish and
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Reddish all
of Webster were dinner guests of
Mrs. V. R. Reddish for Easter.

s P .O AIL_

I This Space Sponsored By The Bradford County Democratic Executive Committee And The Following Candidates Who r

--"R served Seat! Would Like To See Bradford County Poll Its Heaviest Vote In History On May 4th.

CAN you duplicate that favorite .

of if it's

burned out? Is your insuranceup FOR COUNTY COM. Dist. Four FOR COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Dist. Three FOR COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD- Dist. One

to the job

Make\ sure! Count your FOR COUNTY: COM. Dist. Four FOR COUNTY: COM. Dist. Four
FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE 8th Judicial Circuit
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i graph. m eat of the Bradford County schools :support: on May 4th. of County CommisMoners:: you can I actual and defm.ten. i.tn, T" :'..i. net -
I j Easter hunt besides the regular chairman, reported that the year Dated this 7 day of April 1954. >stem I -Dan TV. Starling. I depend upon me to see that our welfare I hard roads in our l'ounn.

I members were Mr. and Mrs. J. K. books were ready to be given out (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby Your vote and support on May i funds and hospital funds are I shall at all times in the f.i ire,: ,

Douglas of Starke Mr. and Mrs. which they ere: at that time. Clerk of the Circuit Court the 4th appreciated. FOR ('O"XTCfHnlJ"IOrn as I have in the past, welcome the
BROOKERBy By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk rruman Norman niMiucT Font j justly, honestly and properly bandied advice and counsel of my friend? :in

Will Anderson, Starke, and Mrs. The club decided to tour the 4/9 4t 4/30 I hereby announce my candidacyfor ;I: and administered. Through the county and shall do all vv ti.m
FOR ( 0"1''U"'II""IO"IU
I I County Commissioner District I wise handling of our county's affairs out their w I iiiiesfor
J.V.. Hamilton of Bradenton. Gardens. : IIIItICT TMO my power carry
University Margaret
Four (Theressa. Hampton, Graham). .
Polly Wait Jr. In The County Judge's Court Of I hereby candidacyfor we will not need tax increases the best interest of all the pea->
Weekend guests going and coming Roberson was appointed to. make lira d Cord County, Florida County announce Commissioner.my District If elected. I promise to give faithful -I>' and you may depend upon ,pIe of our county.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.What were :Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brett arrangements. IN RE: Estate of ERV1XA. RENT wo (North Starke) subject to the energetic to this important and conscientiousservice office. I line prevent to so handle additional our affai-s: and to I The election this time is countywide -
or increased: !
NOLDS, Deceased. will of the voters n the Democratic
and son Ray of Ocala, visited Mrs. The scrapbook was put on dis CITVTIOV primaries'. If elected to this responsible will at all times be ready to confer !' taxes on our people. My efforts for of and I hereby friends urge in all and paiu requestall of
\ a happy Easter we had TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA to all office I promise to my and advise with my constituentsand :improving and enlarging fur road my
give I
I Neta Dyal, Jackie Dyal of Jack- play.It work for the best interest of 'stell1 will the county to actively help and
again fort I shall
efforts toward go
a'nd best
this weekend! Just about persons whose names respectiveplaces a progressiveand and definite!
everybody sonville was home with her par was stated by the president of residence are unknown, impartial administration' of the my district and the county as a .I work for additional ro.id. furds from support me .ss-ur
and all that services; on
was at church in their and who have claims against or Interest affairs of my district' and the county I whole. Your vote and support in j-tate and ftdei.iloun'>'- nd complete one my
ents, the L. L. Dyals, and Mr. and that the Town Council has appointed the May will be deeply board \l ill' be for vour intel l st andme..t
our Luuimv
new Easter bonnet or their bow in, the estate of Ervina A. as a whole Your vote and support I primaries i> \\ lug programto
Mrs. Tom Brigham of Gainesvilleand someone to care for the Rennolds as next of kin distribu will be appreciated.Ewell appreciated. can Y li.ud jri.i, td i .1 .s to all yr approval.
ties! The New River Church hada Lawson. ,! -Henry B, Hmson l>.irt- of car ; dill "
10 j.t t\ >
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Knowles of plants and also to build a side- tees heirs, legatees or beneficiaries to TJ -gi\e -E. L. (Lawton) Crawford.

basket dinner and Easter egg Palatka who visited Mr. and Mrs. walk from the Community Centerto You: notified that a FOR SCHOOL 110 \RDDlSTRlC'T {i FOR SCHOOL 330(111)DP"TIIICT -- -1A1J .-.. ... ..-. -
are hereby -
hunt after the services. Most of ,i OM -
G. W. Raborn. the sidewalk, and, to paint the petition has been filed in said Court TIIREB I
1 nereoy announce my canaiaacy i i iI I hereby announce my candidacy
the Dedan people enjoyed an egg Center. praying for determination of heirs or scnooi: ttoara, uisirict inree I One For All Types Pest Control
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. for School Board Distrut Phone or Write
Bigham.Jr. of Ervina A. Rennolds, deceased,
hunt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. \tsrooBer: f\ew Kiver; suoject totne (Lawtey), subject to the Democratic
E. E. Stokes. and Mrs. Albertus :Miller at- They entertained the Starke and you written are hereby defenses required thereto to within file win or tne voters in tne Democratic -I Primaries in May. I am a property
Garden Club dinner your primaries 01 May. i am a owner and taxpayer and, if elected I FLORIDA
forty days after the first publim
Easter Sunday visitors comingand tended the funeral of George Should e long residence 01 uraatora i will serve my district and county
cation. fail therein dec .
I guests. a veteran ot worm war 1ana of abilit .
to the best always
going have been as follows: Pinder at Clearwater Tuesday. cree will be entered in due course a memoer 01 toe county Democratic -I my >
the interestfirst.
'peoples CHEMICAL
I keeping CO.
I Katherine Harrell the said petition.
upon .
Mr and Mrs. Long and daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham j guestof WITNESS seal executive committee neiectea I Your vote and active support
hand and the
Martha Jr. and : Sandra Johns Friday at her of said Court my at Bradford County time ana 1 Will aevote tne necessary will be greatly appreciated.H. 2220 X W 6th St Phone 6035 Gainesville. Fla.
of Raiford Mr. and daughters Mary Jane and : eiton to serve tne peopie I' C. Kelly.
cottage on Kingsley Lake. Florida. thi 6th day of March A. ci my district ana county to tne DEMPSEY R. SAPP>> OwnerS
Mrs. Gene Long and daughter, I Patty were the dinner guests of: D.. 1954. I Best or my anility, pieaging cour-I i ,

Mary Ann and Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whittle Jr. of Happy to be printing that pro- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Theron A. Yawn teous seivice ana impartial consia- II FOR COr\TY' COMMISSIONF.U MOSS

A Colson and daughters, Diane, Jacksonville. duce is coming in and that the County Judge I eration support at win au oe times.aeepIfppreclatea lour vote ana I! m..T. TWO <\. STUIKI) CONTROL

market opened for the first time 4/2 4t 4/23 ana 'I I am a candidate for election as PECAN TREKS: SHADE
Margaret. and Kay were the after- Garden Club I your commence win not oe'a member of the Board of Cmiht\ TREES ETC

noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. The Brooker Garden Club met Monday. They certainly have a I! In The County .Iud;:..'* Court In and I mispiacea. fcincereiy Ethan, i!Commissioners for District Two Contact iTs Now For Estimates
ahead of them.Don't For Bradford County Florida. A, Sapp. Bradford County.
I busy season I
B Colson Helen Kelley spent the Friday night at the Community I I In I'rnlialr. My record asa board member i- Termite

afternoon with Mary Ella, JoAnn, I Center with president. Mrs. Hew- forget Junior Choir prac- I IN RE: The Estate of LURLIXE FOR ('Or'T,' COIMISlOEflll1'ItIC'l' 'well' known to the people of the entire Control
I tice Thursday at 8:00 at the ,(5 RANT Deiea"ed.i I TWO county. My years of experu neon *
and Beverly Green. lett S. Anderson presiding. i :Not ire of Filing Petition For Final :I am a candidate for County Com- Household & Commercial
the board will be valuable acl-
Brooker Church! missioner in
I of
The guests at the New River Mrs. W : Baptist lIi..afl.rdmilli..trati..n District Two (Precinct mini<
T. Coram, year book -teriiig the business affan s <'four
I I TO ALL WHOM IT IJAY CONCERN: |I 12Notice will wo.of North:the people Starke in) the subject Democratic to the! county. My record is an open Exterminating
is hereby given that I have
to all the people in the
I. '' In Circuit Court. Bradford County'I I I filed mv final returns as Admini i|',tItrator Primaries of county affairs in May.gained The n knowledge first : ty, and it will reveal my tfft.it-!coin t !?-, Rodent ControlS.TISFt'TlON
of the Estate of Lurline
i all occasions
Florida In Chancery. 'term should i for strict bu-inss
mirH. R. thw.-l! Plaintiff. '|'Ciant.<<: that I have filed mv Petition he'lp me to better economy in our county's finaiu .il
];"- > Vg. t :serve and I j' : affairs
you. pledge
.\I, \.t ihr J. Bothwrll Defendant.Ca for Final Discharge' and that !i'effort to work for the good mv diligent of ; and faithful, just, and hout'administration : GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK
our t ti
I will apply to the Honorable T.
A. .
e Xo. 10-442: / '. '
H. A. Lawson Order Of INihliratUniiil >olir To County.Yawn County Florida,Judge of Bradford i I I LApnl 'ount on given I appreciate our District the recogni-by mv- If y"U elett Ill,' ,ifrain?? tn t'!,<. Tx.".t' .1 i I
the 30th
on day of
Appear; Mate Of Florida let [selection as Chairman of the Poard
A I.'\..indr .1 Pothwell whoee resid.nr -I A.D.. 1954. for approval of the I'of County Commissioners' and I --= -- _.- ___
L -
I and address ig 640 RidgedaleAv same and for Final Discharge as the solicit and will appreciate your vote -'i 'Or __-p r
Administrator of the Estate of
Aoodbridge. N J. Lure nd
n. support.
line flrant, VOTE FOR AND
deceased. ELECT
i i You are required to appear on Respectfully.L. .
I.y IT tl!+i>4, in the above named This the 26th day of March, A.D, L. Renfroe
FORSCHOOL C".urt and cause. wherein plaintiff 1954. -
; ti:) Harry H. Wheatley. Administrator
K- divorce alimoncustod ', con- WILBUR
of the Estate of Lur-
| trol l and support of minor children !
i line (irant. derea'dWilli.uiis TIIHII i i
Bradford County Telegraph shallpublish I
announce candidacy
I & Futch
this Order in next fourweekly 1'. O. Box ItS for member of the Board of Public

I issues. i I.Staike. Florida Instruction Bradford County, Fla.,
hand and official seal I
Wanesmy from
I District Three (Brooker New I
XO. FIVEI at Starke, Florida" this April 9, 1954. i| .tttys. for Administrators River). If elected I will do everything :
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs I, 4. :2! 4t 4'23 I in my power to prove my sincere .

want to take this opportunity to come into jour homes and Clerk of said Court !I I I desire to serve you honestly CIRCUIT JUDGE :
Bv Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk j jCha faithfully, and with a strong determination -
hearts for a little chat to let you know that I am a candidate '. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life I to improve our schools. _
Bid .. Jacksonville Fla. POLITICAL I earnestly solicit vote and
? your
for the School Hoard), Di..trkt0.. 1 iie. If the Lori so leads At IN-. for Plf t'l6 4t 5/7 r I.support in the coming election. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT (

you to support me in the :May fourth election, I will appreciate) i ANNOUNCEMENTS ; Howard C. Douglas. I :

it \ery much. I am not a politician. I am a business man anti In Florida Circuit: In Court.Chancery.It mil ford County I I I FOR SCHOOL- no\RU \Vilbut F. Anderson is a native of Levy County, is 45 years I

God knows \\e need God-fearing business! men and women in ;..Charlotte Mitrliell.I Plaintiffs. I I DISTRICT THREE of age. He is married to the former Marguerite Partm ot .
I .
Hugh Mitchell, Defendant.Case > hereby announce my candidacy
the management of our schools. Xo. 10-451]I II. i I hear there are rumors over the I i for member of the School Board, Kissimmee, and they have two daughters. He is a :Methodist [ .

Order Of l'ulo1lC'alluo1 ;.Noticela (County that I am a blind man. not! District Three (Prooker.tiew: Mason (Past D.D.G.M.) and Past Patron, Order of Eastern
i River) subject to the will of the 4
Ipnear: Male Of Florida 'I' : taxable" of taking are of the duties: I
Thank you, lIu"h1 i i1'h..lI. whose residence of County COIJ1IJ1I.sillner. I want to voters in the May primaries If
elected I promise to faithfully discharge Star.He :
and -" iI'nknow: n. tell the people of iadford I
County the duties of the office for has actively practiced law since 1931 and is :.11-
H. A. LAWSON You are required to appear on I that 1 did have !serious eye trouble serving
I.IY IT, 1954, the above named I last the benefit of the people of my district -
I' in year but with the help of.our and the county at large. Your third term as County Judge of Levy County, being re-electcd
C..uit and cause, herein plaintiff.sttks good Lord and d, ctor, J can see
: dmirre. again. vote preciated.and.support will be deeply ap- in 1952 without opposition. He has served for approximate. .
Bradford County Telegraph shall I I
am fully qualified to take
publish this' Order iu next fourweekly of the duties of County Commissioner care -Stafford L. Crews. seven years as Attorney for Board of County Commissions'I .

issues. and \t ill put forth effort and Prosecuting: Andei.sonj
every : I Attorney of Levy County. Judge !
FOR M-HOOI 1141 tIll)
\\4ness' my hand and official for the good of the people and taxpayers :
-,'.oJ ..t :;Staike Florida, this 14 April of Bradford County at all ii*'>rmcT 0' 1-: was assigned by the late Governor Dan McCarty and Act '
I P'54.: :; times.. Your vote and I am a Candidate for School r.mrrt
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb> be deeply appreciated. support will I District One (Lawtey'J. I am a ing Governor Charley E. Johns as County Judge of Alachua .

I As Clerk of said Court Sincerely, home wner of thicounty and have County the illness
HUNDREDSL during of Judge H. H. McDonald.
I n'Mi: nan L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Gerald Adkins. been a resident of Bradford County -I

I z.,. i h II. Douglas, 50> Lynch Buildi for 40 veal'!'. Judge Anderson is qualified by education, temperament and .
i .Ioi'k".nnlIe.! Florida I am Interested in the development -
of details and I \mf..i Plf. 4/16 4t 5 T I IOTlCh i'ou SChOOL nouinIIISTIIICT and Improvement of better legal experience to serve you faithfully, fairly and impartially i- '- .
are managed economic- I schools for our boys and girN ha\-
!' FMIJ i ing several grandchildren that I : as Circuit Judge and he pledges you such an admimstraUon -
ally attended that TO PPF.\It I
only a trained and \ hereby announce .
my candidacy
In Circuit for expert to be educated in the .ihoolxof of the duties of this
| Court. Ilradford CUlla',. member of the Bradford : high office.
careful organization can attend when !Florida: In Chancery. School Board Distrn Five County this roiuitx. They being the m..nand

the urgent need for serving is at | Find th Hefner.B. Hefner Defendant., Plaintiff. ElizaIt I htarke Primaries), subject to the Democratic(North I I schools women' with proper of tomorrnn..d training and

hand. Case No.: 10-42T I I am a native in May son; the best advantages possible Your Vote And Active Suport Will Be AppreciatedPoL
property own. If elected membei of Srlu !
Notice To .%......ar'I I er and parent; member of a the '>
thIS I
Board, I promise to serve you MIIcerely -
ToElizabeth iian
I Hefner whose re idriue I Legion. Rotary, PTA.prest. ( \ch' Paid for
and address is: Unknown.You dent of the Band Parent's hone-tlv. gniiift the l>e--t of by Wilbur Anderson)
DeWITT C. JONESPhone lion Associa- mv ability and '..r\"l" f at all tin:*"'
are hereby notified that I : and '
a a graduate
I suit for I County High School. of Bradford I earnestly sola it "lit I \ "'t and 11- "' -" -..,, _!II.... ......... ---.--- a _
7 Starke Fla. IIIiiI
Divorcehas Will
support: Letter School Buildings
J-rsJ nrssa-fl_, been filed against you In .he I Safe Transportation Qualified-
I I above named Court and cause And I Teachers. Playground Equipment I IIS Ii

Funeral Director Ambulance Service I you are required to serve a cor/ of I Care and Repair of Buildings, Wore, .
I I your answer or pleading tr the Education per Dollar of Cost

OUT local funeral home enables tu to offer conveniences anJ I I complaint on the Plaintiff's lour vote and support will be
I Attorney Joseph K. Skipper, 221 I deeply appreciated.
services not otherwise available. I : Craham: Building, Jacksonville, -T. T.
I Florida Long.
I -
I and file the original In the office 01
S4pr,5ssssssrrsrssssrssrrrj-ss sss. I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on FOR SCHOOL flOftj. Fo
or before the hereby
We furnish the highest cervlee at lowest I announce my candidacy
prices, and 10 day of May 194:; ; for School Board from District
accept Ai r life insurance policy in force, laaaed by ANY : otherwise the allegations of said I Three! (Brooker and New RIver)
I Complaint\ be taken as confess subject to the 'ill of the Demrat_
corapanj as payment in part or In full on a funeral. I ed by you IC voters in the May Panes I

Convolution carries no obligation. I This notice shall be published feel.hat l. I am well Qualified for this
I once each week for four consecutive position ?nSIf ectedU serve
--a- -rsrs-rstpsssss ssr nm Jss sflsSs rsfl I weeks in the Bradford County TeleTScfafclfatebA the my district and the
County' at large to the best of my
nullity. \c\\

-\. 1.. GREEN.
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.'011 ('om ffl'I'IItiIt
I hereby announce my candidacy
lr ciPlv! Commissioner.' District

; Four (Theressa, Hampton. Graham), :
REDDYQtdeie subject to the will of the Demo. .
ratio voters in the May primaries. J: T
elected. I promise to render the
same faithful service to the people _
of my distrust and the county as a _
whole that I have done in the past
i I will appreciate your continued
cooperation and support
-Jessie R. Ghastain.FOII I

sriinoi, no\m,
,1 / I hereby announce mv candidacy
'for member of the Board of Public
; Ii-tiuttio'i: District No. 1, Lawtey

C I IAutomotic Il .ir.d.d in Bradford the scho.il County system I have for work-five

/iFFRE i. years as a bus driver and with the
maintenance department. 1 feel
I that I Know most of the problems JN:
fai inpr the schools in this county.
Iillll !I I am a home owner of thi county _
II Ii I| and have been a resident all of my
l life. I am 35 years old and have
dependable Sunshine ,*i Ii i I worked with the boys and girls of

Service is the BIG the county and feel that I underhand
II i them and their needs I also
between old
DIFFERENCE have two boys whom I expect to be
fashioned drudgery and .ducated in this school system. If

today's easy electric living. I other fleeted Board I promise members to work for the with better-the BECAUSE :IT'S E1KSX ZW: K&TJUE f

\ So, in fawn or country...for ,Ji

business or pleasure! ...call I

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT cided to have these safety meet I[I Acts of 1941, will rtgister with the !!! ford County, Florida. ,, Paul. the bolder of the following Sotiee To Appear Dated this 31 day of March, 1954. &N.lS0ft.ofEi ofP'tk.6. S t It.
I I Clerk of the Circuit; Court in and I'1 4,9 4t 4/30 certificates has filed said certificates To: Ida F. Bateraan. whose resi- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 3 W. & NWfc of Elk. 6 S. t ; H \V
i ings. Each school will make safe for Bradford County State of Florida |I ,' for a tax deed to be issued dence and address is: Unknown. Clerk of the Circuit Court. except W" 1 acre in Temp t's SID
LONG BRANCHby ty posters and the Bus Drivers upon receipt of proof of publica- .1 tIn Circuit ('.urt, Bradford Coontr. I I' thereoD. The certificate numbers You are hereby notified that a By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Sec.2lT.6S.lt.2E.4a
tion of this notice the fictitious I: Florida; IB Chancery. I land years of issuance the descriptiOn -I suit for 4/2:: 4t (/23I Name in which asse""cd \\ \U-
I Association will give a prize for I II name of Crescent :Motor Court un- I|: Theresa:: Maria Correnti, Plaintiff. I of the property, and the names Divorcehas I Cord.

the best one. Now, boys and girls, 1 tier which we are engaged in bUi-1 vs. Anthony Correnti Defendant. in which it was assessed are as follows -I been filed against you in the TICE OP APPLICATIONFOR All of said property ber ne
Stricklandand I ness on U. S. 301 south of Case Xo. 10-439::
Mrs. J. L. : I above named Court and cause and TDEED: .
County of Bradford, State: F'orIda. -
this is something worth working ,
I Order Oi I"ubll..atloand .Nolice Certificate Xo. 55. Year of Issuance
are required to serve a of
you copy
II .
I (House Bill \o. 1S6S
Lang and Margaret Puce, Rt. I
Jimmy ; for! I To Appear State of Florida To 1952. your answer or pleading to the complaint ,
2, Box 215. sole owners. Anthony Correnti, whose residenceand Description of Property: 1 Lot 30 ft. I on the Plaintiffs Attorney Notice is hereby given that C. A. Unless audi certificate e' 'f>.
JAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWell Mr. Long and the rest of the Dated this 16th day of April A.D. address is: Unknown. I N. & S by 60 ft. E. & W. in :SE T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. Knight the holder of the following caies. shall be redeemed ito ordinc
School Board request the prayers 1354 at Starke Bradford County You are required to appear onMay Cor. of Lot 2 of Elk. 27; LivingSton and file the original in the office of certificates has filed said certifi- law the property d-crbc: "Lid,
folks, I attended my first Florida. 10, 1954, in the above named' Truby & Company's S/D of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or cates for a tax deed to be issued certificate or certificates wl II lie
i| of all praying people throughoutI 4/16 4t 5/7 I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff NEU of XEU, Sec. IS, T. 6 S. R. I before the 3 day of May. 1953; thereon. The certificate numbersand sold to the highe.-t bddecourt : _,'
political rally last Saturday night I the county for the success of seeks! divorce, custody and controlof I 22 E.Name otherwise the allegations of said years of issuance the description house door on the frt Monday
IB the County Judxr'M;: Court. minor child.Bradford will be taken of the property. and the names in month of Mar, 195;;*. which
in which Complaint as confessed
assessed Homer
and enjoyed it, although I was Safety Week. IB \ad Fur Bradford Countr, County Telegraph shall klftS. : Ad- by you % in which it was assessed are as is the 3rd day of May, 1'4!

helping in the kitchen most of I Mr. and Mrs. Ch.ailesVhitaker Florida. publish this Order in next four All of said property being in the This notice shall be published I follows: Dated this 1 day of Apr.; 1'J$(.
Probatr.IN .
the time. Jim Strickland says he called on us one day last week RE: The Estate of H. L. Brown- weekly Witness issues. hand and officialat County of Bradford, State of Flor- I once each week for four consecutive I Certificate No. 45.: Year of Issuance tOFFICIAL SEAL) Charles .4 any
my ida. 1952. Description of Property: N Clerk of Circuit Court of -arttord
is no political man and no speaker after attending the Long Branch Ice, Deceased. Starke, Florida, this April S, 1954.;; weeks in the Bradford County TeleI -I
\OTICK op Piton \Tn tOFFIClAL SEAM Charles A. Darby Unless such certificate or certificates graph. ISO ft ef ,,-?z of Bit s !s.! of'R.'s w. County Florida. 4 2 *t 411me

but you should have heard Cemetery working.Mr. TO ALL PEUSOXS IXTEUESTED I As Clerk of said Court. 1 _. shall..._ be_ ..redeemed_._ ..___according_.'-_.. ,_ I
his speech for Charley Johns! He : and Mrs. Parry also visitedus CEXDEXT IN THE ESTATE: OF SAID DE- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. such.u IAV certificate ijitr pi u ifri or ij certificates uerciiutru will in -

was so good that they want him and Mrs. Parry said she had You are hereby notified that a I Zach, Jacksonville II. Douglas., Florida.505 Lynch Building be sold to the highest bidder at the !

to go to Keystone Heights Satur- been called to Minnesota the week written instrument purporting to Attys. for Pl!. 4,3: 4t 4JOI court in house month door of on the first :Monday -
May. 1954. which !
be the Last Will and Testament of
day night and speak there. I hopeto before to attend her sister's funer- said decedent has been admitted to is the 3rd day of May, Uii(.

be able to go with him as I (I jal. She made her first airplane probate in this Court. You are here I! In The Circuit Court Of Florida. .1 Dated this 1 day of April 1954.OFFICIAL .
I by commanded within six calendar Highlit Judicial Circuit In And ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby I
have never been to Keystone and trip. Her sister had been an in- months from the date of the first For Hradford County, In Chancery I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford ---

hear it is very pretty. I valid for some time. publication of this Notice to appear Ruth Emmons Grant, Plaintiff vs. County. Florida.
in this Court and show cause, Paul Vincent Grant, Defendant. 4/9 4t 4/30
We will have a Safety :Meetingat Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harris if any you can, why the action of \OTICn TO APPEAH
visi- this Court in admitting said Will To: Paul Vm.-ent Grant whose
I and daughter, Hester, were
Clay Hill at 10 a. m. Friday, to probate :should: not stand un re- rE.Sid"nl'e and ad'lrtt-s i i.-: 2 Cheney In Circuit Court. Bradford County,
be several ting relatives at Clay Hill voked. Street. Springdale :Maine. Florida- .; In Chaurerr.
April 3There will I 1 SU1'1-1 Betty ..ath..r"pon'ilkt'rson, vs.
You are ht'r oIlIt"Ufit'd. that a
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Theron A. Yawn I
speakers and also pictures. If you day. County Judge. Bradford County, I suit for divorce has been filed Norman Lee Wilkerson Defendant.
I Case Xo. 10-438
Arthur Wilkinson Florida. against you in tli>- above named
cannot attend the meeting here I Mr. and Mrs. Order of Publication and \otire ToAppear
'' Dale of fir.-t publication: April Court and cause and you are required -
perhaps you can make the one at were glad to have their daugh- 18, 1951. 4/16 4t 5/7 to serve a copy of your Answer Nor, an: State Lt'e.Iker"of .Florida,,",To whose:
at 7 m. ters and Margaret, and or pleadings to the Bill of ,
starting Joyce
Middleburg p. re'iden! -" and address i is: Unknown.You .
Complaint the Plaintiff's
on attorney -
April 30.I families with them Sunday.Mr. Carlos E. Harper. !04 West are required to appear on
In the Court of the founty Judge, May 10 1'JJ4, in the above named
and Mrs. B. C. Faircloth I! Bradford County, Florida In University Avenue, Gainesville, Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
have been told by Mr. Long I I'rolinlF. Florida, and file the original in the
Nellie seeks divorce, custody and controlof
Bud and
article time spent Sunday with I IX HE: The Estate of H. L. Brown- office of the Clerk df the Circuit .
that some ago minor child.Bradford
Wilkinson. I.I.I 'I lee, Deceased..NOTHI Court on or before the 10 day of
County Telegraph shall
about the School Bus Drivers May, 1954
: TO titnniToiisAll ; otherwise the allega-
this Order in
publish next four
meeting in Green Cove did a lot Aunt Lillie Wilkinson is spend- .I creditors of the Estate of H. tions of said Pill of Complaint will i weekly issues.
I ing some time with relatives. We L. Hrownlee, deceased are hereby lie taken as confessed by you. I Witness my hand and official
of good and that from this meetIng church and1 Sunday notified and required to file any This Notice shall he publishedonce > seal at Starke, Florida, this April
,. miss her from .I claims or demands whi all schools in the county de- i School. hate against said Estate in the Office weeks in the Bradford County I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
of the County Judge of KYad- Telegraph. Starke, Florida. As Clerk of said Court.
I and I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lang ford County. Florida, in the Courthouse Dated this 2 day of April. A.D., By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk \ k'Y
| D. B. Lang from Tampa spent at Starke. Florida, within 1954. Zac-li II. Douglas. 5n: Lynch Build- \1
!:eight calendar months from the date (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I ing. Jacksonville, Florida.
folks at
FILL DIRTGOOD Easter with home Clay [lof the first publication of this Clerk of the Circuit Court : Attys. for Plf. 4,9 4t 4/30
Hill. 'Notice. Each claim or demand must:: By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk -
be in writing and must state the 4/9 4t 4/30 i i HOTICK TO APPEAR offers you your
has been visiting
RICH II A. C. McClung I place of residence and post office In Circuit ('nun Hradford Coanty, _
relatives in Baltimore, Md. and address of the claimant and must MITICE APPLICATION' Florida: In Chancery- ___
be sworn to by the claimant his FOit TiX IKH: i Harold< the Easter
TOP SOILSee West Virginia during agent or attorney, or the same will House 11111 '0. IMK ilia. F. Bateman: Defendant.Gate ,
holidays. He returned home Mon- become void according to law. Notice i- heieby: gi\t-ii. that A. T. X o. 10-426:!
April 8, 1954.
day.There I (Signed) Madge Brownlee Chaste.nExecutrix '&--= -- ._ -. -- ---, fine gasolinesthat
will) be all-day servicesand of the Estate of 11.
L. Brown U...., Deceased. J
the at the Electric Motors Rewound and Servicedi
dinner on
I Williams & Futch P. O. Box 1SS. are. S
BILL JACKSONJackson Ebenezer Church Sunday.J. Starke, Florida i
Attorneys for Executrix. I! SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR
Transfer Compare C. Carter. son of Mr. andMrs. First publication on April IS, 1f44164t 4i ,: C '. 4
Henry Carter. is stationedin j i ;3/7; ,1! GENERAL MACHINE WORK
Phone 165 I
Korea and says he gets rather i ______

lonesome to hear from folks in !I In The Court Of The County Judge, : All Work Guaranteed Reasonable Rates

I Florida. Friends, why not writeto I! Bradford County, Florida. FIRST IN SALES
4.ii.'i In Probate. ---- ------
the boy and let him know you i IN HE: Estate of II. B. Schufield,

: think of him sometimes? His ad- I I.NOIICK Deceased.OK FILING PCTITIOV FOil Seal Electric Machine
I &
Wash Your Clothes dress is: Pvt. James C. Carter. FINAL IIISCIIHC.K OF II.II.Red Shop

US53194051, 38th Ord. Co. (DS), KXKCI'TIIIVTO llli.: IN FLORIDA !
9 Pounds APO 301, care PM, San Francisco Notice is hereby given that 1 hint- i',I
filed final Executrixof I
I Calif. the my estate of returns H. B. Srhofirld.as d.- 106 Washington St. Phone 397 Starke Fla. J-

For 40c! :My son is in France and he says ceased; that I have filed my petition I ,
I for final discharge, and that I _ j \
he would like to get letters from will apply to the Honorable Thenm ,

FREE Bleach If Desired the folks around here, too. His ,A. Yawn. County Judge of Bradford 4I
County. Florida, on May 10.
eWe I address is Sgt. C. C. Fields 597 1954 for approval of the same and CROWN EXTRA GASOLINE

Ele Co., APO 215, care PM, New for final discharge as Executrix of Vote
the estate of 11. B. Schofield, de .1
Eicctdt th antiknackrequirmth
Will York, N Y. ceased. Ewell Lawson -I *

Let's all remember the Safety April 14. 1954. I For of th kightttcomprtuioa
I (Signed) Annie P. Schofield. ; t.)intl1 It it
Dry Your Clothes Meeting and attend it, April 30 Executrix of the estate of H. 1?. S j (91; the best ',asoIii. wt )>..*
at Clay Hill school house. :bchofield.:: deceased. I II eur offered at premium prkt!
For 20c I 4/16 4t ;5; 7 : FOR ..", .< f I- I

In The Circuit Court 10011. Fur I 'i!
In S Automatic Driers! Bradford County Florida. : :
In : .
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- Chant-cry. .
Kate Robert Smith IMafntiff. v.- i County Commissioner '
fountain in NEW( CROWN GASOLINE... J :i
I brook purse-size pens Hugh Justus:: Smith, Jr.. Defendant :-< ..
0 I pastel shades. Only $2.37: at Brad- Case No. 10-45:: MOST POWERFUL .' J
Slate Of Florida To: ;
f Hugh Justus Smith. Jr., Garth I '
have offered
The %V shet&ii we ever :
t Road. Kenilworth Apartment-, ,. I
I Apartment No. 1-H, SearadaleVest- Since County Commissioners are now elected in this area I a .
IVOTITE OF I\TKXTIOV TO chester County New York. '
Temple Ave. Starlet J I REGISTER FU'TITIOl"SIF. You are hereby notified that a by county \\iile vote, I take this means of at regular price! "
Notice is hereby given that the suit .
J has been filed against you in
H __ ,p undersigned under the provisions the above entitled cause; and that I : soliciting the vote and support of each and

,-----. .-- .. -: I of Chapter 30,953 Laws of Florida, )ou are hereby required to file every voter in the county. Since I have to work for a living -
I I your answer with the Clerk of this
Court. and to serve a copy thereof operating my mn business it will be impossible to make a

upon the plaintiff or the plaintiffs eount .\\ide canvass and see each one of you in person. Therefore +:
solicitors whose names and ad- OIL COMPANY
That's Our Business dress are: I will appreciate it if you will accept this message as a I t STANDARE
a LS S Messrs. Fleming, Jones Scott & )
If It's Glass We Have It! Bolts and Warren L. Jones Esquire personalisit! and give me your Vote and Support on May 4.
and Charles It. Scott. Esquire .
I CALL WRITE or VISIT i 1712 Barnett Hank Building Thank ,
Jacksonville. 2. Florida, you
i rot later than the 17th day of May EWELL LAWSOX
( Joe Peters Glass Co. IA. D., 1!Iii 4.
If you fail to do so, decree pro
_"III!!!' __ _.. _n __ P
confesso will be entered againstyou
\ FOR ANY GLASS NEED for the relief demanded in the

We Modern Store Fronts complaint.The I
a nature of said suit being for
h' Just Mail Us A Pattern for divorce.
I Witness my hand and the Seal of
.- Table Tops .aid Court at Starke. Bradford
County, Florida this 14 day of
1313 N.4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 i!'April.. A. D., 1954.

j (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles: A. Darby
t'1..rit of the Circuit Court.
I Bradford County. Florida. Al\IERIOl'S : _

By Marian I.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. G
4/1S 4t 5/7 T

I i I In Circuit Court-llrndford County," At ..jl

NOTICE Florida: In ChaneeryJohn 4 OlJNn
H. Jones, Plaintiff vs. Pauline EflFOIiutD
I... Jones: Defendant.: i IJnllal"s mHlh" : '
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Case No. 10-4--.J:;, : dl !.. POw'r enrln deln'ers .
I Order Of PublicatIon Andutice T "here OJore

It has repeatedly been brought to our attentioa by Appear; Mate Of Florida To: 'i ...- ,. : driril1g ranne. Tbate.t need II-right ill )'our tireless' Airing. You
Pauline L. Jones, whose resideinv .. a 1 fwiT ,;
indhidualt n ho are under the impression that L'HF t I I and address is: 1923:! Pleasant 'a"I!., JJC"r aeta.a ra punch 1l1eans flhiac. ro are at !len you ride in

unsatisfactory in this area, that Channel 36 isn't! on .Street, Richmond Virginia.You I -an.I IbIS.'ing Oore ,; f'd' easie,, Safer nut tIie:_; ase In erery Way
required eaUe
are to appear o- are
full Thee assertions! are Incorrect. Channel I May :3:, 1954;; in the above named : : iis :: nJ ;!
power. I. o ;
I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff: i !; ; Ji; e ng. a nlf lf i *;::: W
dnve i
36, WJlll'-TV on full power and is being received I seeks divorce. .__ ; ;c and satisfactionmeasuraLly- dlat a p onl.ac and let Come fa

satisfactorily by dozens of our customers i I Bradford County Telegraph shall: A f) 10yourSSSSgg a Price n ear t,Ie I l the car 1I
publish this Order in next I 0est
'[II: .J onlia"'s ne-car UJS ffi
weekly Issues. I perfonoan.
Unfortunately, it cannot be received beneficially : .4 'l reIJablIjt, \
my hand ani official; IOL.In 10
\\ith an installation of the lowest cost. We can, however 'seal at Starne. Florida, this :M.irli : EOlOf"tIJin;! : DOlL.ln .'0[' ""

with a moderately priced antenna system using OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby i s
i As Clerk of said Court p
only finest materials and superior techniques, guarantee I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk .

worthwhile reception.Ve offer a free demonstration Jacksonville Zach II Douglas.Florida.505 Lynch BMg.. 0'11PONT;;;

with no obligation. |Attys. for Plf. 4. :2! 4t 4.23OTICB S

l __ I k 1' .


I! Notice is hereby given that the :
Radio TV Upholstering Seat Covers undersigned under the provisions of :. .' .'

A YEAR'S EXPERIENCE IN UHF I Chapter Acts of 1941.30.953 will Laws register of with Florida.the ,J.1 : :: #

i Clerk of the Circuit Court in and I Ikl f <,: i

j for' Bradford County State of Florida w "'" -
< upon receipt of proof of publication .Jg'fJ
1 of this notice. the fictitious -0 0P..f
< ,,
name of Temple Dri.e-In. under r+1 ,
EL RANCHORESTAURANT whi.-h we are engaged in business '.' ?'' ,
,1' T-mple Ave.. Starke. Fla. That .".1 f
;:1 t ,- parties interested in said bus:. !
..-- are: I A
!H"! :'!> Thomas Box 225, Starke
I Il" K.I : 1< I
i Maries" Krochalis, Gen. Del I t ,'n' '
S. 301 at X. City Limits I -'ke.\ FU. 'I .:411 x >,,; I
: '.11.-.1 this Jth day:,. of April A.D I' --- {;?f* _
Starke Fla.
i t. *ia.It Starke, Bradford County i ... z I

Special Sunday Dinners 49, 4t 4/10 I

. S 1 NOTICE OF .\Pl'LICtTlO'iFOR : '
T.nEEU: I .
S Iluute Hill :\o. ls 1 2
:N >".v is hereby given that Ethel .
CHICKEN & RIBS T, 'lA.-: ::1 i the holder of the following ...... .---- -- !
: ,f.\ites has filed said certifi- ---- -

Curb Service 3-12 P.M. >:< for a tax deed to be issued .
<.m. The certificate; numbers
.in i >ears of issuance the description .
Open 6 A.M. 12 P.M. El Rancho Steaks : <.f the property, and the names : ,
>'n whi.'h It was assessed are as fol-
:ilows: Ta. T\\

HERB THOMAS [Certificate U5!. No. 71. Year of Issuance, 1L %

RESTAURANT Steaks j Description of Property: SWU Cif 1'! ;: _ ,
I IXE .i. Sec. IS, T. 7 S. R. 2! E.Xame -- -
I Chops and : in which assessed: Pearl Dees. scaT TiJr ;
U. S. Ml at S. C'ttyllmits : All of said property being in the [
Seafood County of Bradford, State of Flori-
Starke, Fla. da. !
Unless such certificate certificates -
OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY Specializing In I shall be redeemed accordingto
to law the property described In
Weekday: & Sunday such certificate or certificates will Pontiac :
OWNED, OPERATED ANT DINNERS I be sold to the highest bidder at the Simpson Urquhart
STAFFED BY LOCAL PEOPLE court house door on the first Monday -
: in month of May. 1954, which is
the :3: day of May. 1J54.l .
>..it.1 thii: day of April 1S34!
Ork: ; of C.riJ..t Ojj", jf Brad-

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FRIDAY.. APRIL ! --- --

f I II If II 1 Hospitals. in Starke. I Mr. and Mrs. P. Hamilton and Couldn't Say No", a merry romantic I child. But the sudden flood of
; I
Presbyterian Christian ChurchBible : Mrs. May Swteney of [Mary Sapp of Lawtey were din- comedy, playing at the. money she brings to the community -

ville attended church Gaines-I ner guests Sunday of the Homer Park Theatre Sunday through I completely upsets its economy
f School 9:45 a. m. School 9:45 a. m. Worship I the day in town Easter. Smiths. Tuesday. Robert Mitchum is the I
Worship 11 a. m., sermon by 7:30 i and the pleasant existence of
mg Service 11 m. and p.
a. Mrs.: J. rural medico, and Jean Simmons i
A. Hall
recently en-
L visitedin
j Mr. and Mrs. G.
I the pastor. Youth Fellowship 6 m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- Sapp the sophisticated heart-breaker. I its inhabitants as well as her romance -
tertain d her sister, Mrs. Ola .
m.. Joe Harden and Calvin J. E. Sherwood, our community Tuesday. with Mitchum.
p. day 7:30 p. m. -
Sharing honors with them is Ar-
Gillispie, and niece, Mrs. Rohr
I Pace, hosts. Evening Worship Minister. Happy Birthday to Billy Austin '
thur | bountiful harvest of whole-
: and baby Larry of Ocala. April 16. as a gentle tip- 'I''I'A
7:30 p. m.Tuesday pler whose antics add consider- laughs results before matters -
of FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas Mr. Converse is still on the sick
Apr. 27, Women able merriment to the mix-ups. I are straightened out.
Methodist Church I At The TabernacleSpecial LAWTEY, FLY entertained at a birthday supper list. George Ervin Harvey is able
the Church will meet at 8 p. m. Jean Simmons as the heiress, I _
i Wed., April 28, Prayer Meeting Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- Thursday night in honor of her to be back in school after a seri- keys the conflict when she arrives -j TIlE RIGHT POINT for the
Sunday Apr. 25--Church School music at the Easter, Adult 11 & 7:30 m. Midweek father, Perry Starling of Graham, ous nose operation.E. and select -
7:30: p. m. Choir practiceS ing a. m. p. in a little Arkansas town I way you write. Coma In
9:45: a. m. Morning Worship 11 Sunday morning service in the;| p. m.'n1ursday.. service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. on his 63rd birthday. Guests were C. Harvey and son Tim I I determined to be a secret Good: your taTortte ESTERBKOOK

a. m. The Revival bagina at this' Tabernacle included a number by, Apr. 29 Junior Choir IA. E. Massey, pastor. Mr. and :Mrs. Lonnie Hines Mr. I were in Jacksonville Friday on I: Samaritan to the people who i Fountain Pea Only $347 at

service with Rev. Vernard Robert- : the trio (violin, harpaphone, and I practice 3:30 p. m. Bible School-10 A. M. and Mrs. Junior Dyal Durward business. i I saved her life when she was a BRADFORD COUNTY TELE-
eon of Swainsboro. Ga. as speaker. -:I piano) and a vocal solo by Mrs. I Dortch Miss Josephine Thomas,L Mr. and Mrs.: Stevens of Tampa !!-
Senior MYF 1 WOODLAWX MISSIONARY and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling. and Miss Crews &
Intermediate and I E. L. Johns. After an Easter mes- j I Maggie spent I
6:30: p. m Evangelistic Service'',i sage by the sponsor, Mr. and Mrs. Ii j jIE. St. Mark's Episcopal I BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas the weekend in Jacksonville with KNOW YOUR CANDIDATE

7:30 p. m.Monday. i L. Johns presented their son, Rev. Raymond E. MacBlain LAWTEY, FLA. and Loren Brown were in Jack- Mrs. Stevens' daughter and son- ,

through Friday, two Larry Alan, for dedication. This': 10 a.m. Sunday Scnooi, 11 a.m. sonville on business Saturday. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Stringer. -

services daily-7:30: a. m., De service was performed by Rev. W i Schedule of Service preaching. 6:15: BTU 6:45: prayer Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson i
votional Service: 7:30: p. m.| A. Scott of Gainesville against a!; SUNDAYS service, 7 o'clock song services spent a few days last week at Thought for today Treat Born and reared in Bradford County. Experienced -

Evangelistic Service Come and background of a white satin-cov-l j 9:45 a.m., Church School. 11r.m. 7:30 evening services.PENTECOSTAL their cottage in Cedar Key. others as you'd like to be treated. in School matters Has teneda
I ., Morning Prayer &; Sermon; Miss I School Trustee. Presently serving as
Catherine Weest of Elizabeth :
receive ,ered cross, entwined with white -
I a blessing.
'lilies and enbankment of green |I 6:30: p.m., Young People's Serv- HOLINESS I ,N. J. arrived Tuesday morn-I Sprightly Comedy City Councilman at Lawtey where he has
REVIVAL TO START I foliage and other white flowers. ice League. ing to spend some time with her I' owned and operated his grocery store for
IIOLY COMMUNION Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. With Bob Mitchum
AT HOPE BAPTISTA Music at the evening service mother, Mrs. T. F. Brown. .- Ut i j pars. Believes in honesty std fair play
Morning Service 11 a.m.
1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday -
:,continued the Resurrection theme 7:30 Evening Service 7:30 p.m. James Home and FranK Brown I Coming To Park ir. public office
revival meeting will begin and William J. Williams of Park a.m.FRIDAY spent their Easter vacationfromthe
Prayer Meetings
Sunday night. May 2, in Pleasant| of the Palms and Moody Bible I night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nigh I U. of F. at their home here. I When a small-town doctor and
Hope Church three miles northof { Institute occupied the pulpit. 7:30: p.m. Litany & Mrs. _A._ _L. Sullivan__n_ _n and____ grandson -I''a madcap heiress from the big

Starke. The evangelist will be I The many beautiful flowers 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Glen Millican of Ocala visited i-I. city clash on their ideas of life VOTE FOR AND ELECT

T. P. Taylor. The pastor, C. H. used in the auditorium were gifts I LATTER DAY SAINT her sisters. Mrs. T. F. Brown and love, the result is bound to

" Rhoden, extends a cordial invita- of members and friends of the St. Edward's Church and Mrs. J. J. Brannen Sunday. ,be pretty exciting and funny. I For Member
Services each old Masonic {
Sunday in
tion to the public to attend the Tabernacle. Your correspondent has been! That's what happens in "She' HO KELLY
services. Sunday :Mass at 9:15: a. m. Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday I helping out at the school cafe- I, SCHOOL BOARD

1 i Church of ChristCorner Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and School 10 a.m., Sacrament Service teria filling in for Mrs. Percy

HAMPTON McMahon ,8:30: a. m.Children's. 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. j I Sullivan who has the mumpsHIGHLAND, FROM DISTRICT ONE (Lawtey) COUNTY WIDE
CHRISTIAN\ CHURCH 10th and I Class Saturday 11 (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

Bible School 10 a. m.; WorshipS Preaching A. M. and 7:3l: I a. m. AIRPARK BAPTIST #......-.y ..

rvice 11 a. m.; Youth Program 1" M. i Keystone heights! I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Spe- ,_ __ ,.'_ '-_-_ __ '-_ -L ..C'____.._ -,__ -, '- ,J "
"' -"c
6:30: p. m. Evening Service 7:30p. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study (Women's Club) I cial service by Rev. R. C. Crosbyat '""-- "'.' --- -- -- -- -- -- '.., -- -- -- ,--.. -- -. ..,' -
m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon, pastor. each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Sunday Mass 8 a. m. 11 a.m. Public invited. L. G. .

I Holy day masses 7:30: a. m. I'' Hemingway pastor.HAMPTON. __. There Are PLENTY Of Jobs
,_ : _' ', ,, ': :A' __ '_'__ __".: : ', : Confessions before all Masses. \ By Mrs. Lacy Norman
II I 'ny11n11yy1 .. ym1

: Church of God I i I tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASunday You tan Yourself

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke i I School each Sunda I of :

Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng ; 9:45: a. m. Sunday worship services -

| Worship 11 a.m. Evening by :Mrs.Vm.. W. Hammond I 11 a. m. and 7:30: p m. Pray
| Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service. I er meeting each Wednesday 7:31: ---t
--- &&& & && Choir Practice 7:31 -
Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting I p. m. Fridays a
1 7:30 Thursday. ': p. m. Teachers meeting each Sun Sao
p.m. of last week
Tuesday night
Lawtey I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade and day 7:30: p. m. CHARLEY E.

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- .j son C. W. entertained with a fish | Amanda Barbara Gene am d: '
I about this
ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving fry. Those attending were Mr. I Winfred Wilkinson and Wilbu r question
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 7:30 land I 'Mobela all of Jacksonville, Leon
Saturday p.m. Mrs. Ira Wilson, and Mr. and all had new car only two
i and and Sharleen Wilkinson an. my
I Mrs. Claude Prevatt and children
I: ASSEMBLY 5 01GOD Sarah Lee .Brown of Maxvill l weeks when I skidded on slippery t. f
iof Starke, Mr. and Mrs. K. B.
Cor 10th & Clark b. i ;Estelle Green of Heilbronn, Mi r. : pavement, hit a tree and
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.: 8:00 P.M. I Watterson, Mrs. Frank Thomas i
Sunday Sehool 9:45 a. m. Morning and son James, Mrs. Geo. Wit and Mrs. M. L Thompson. An I n rolled over. I can hardly 1 1l t i 1

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M.: Worship 11 a m. Sunday liams and son Howell, Mr. and I; Rosier and Mr. and Mrs. Everet make the car payments without '
Rowe and of Jackson fia
i daughter l-
7:45 Tuesday night
Night : m.
p. Mrs. Don Hill and children Mrs '
:Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. 7:45: p. m. Friday night 7:45p.m. Vernon Slade and son Donald] .1''ville, attended church service s paying a $1000 repair bill. :I

., -,, -' --James H. Cain. pastor. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Slade and j :Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smit:aDoes Collision insurance cost ,
> ,- n, __ H ,-- '- -- ,-- -- .- i I and daughter, Shirley Ann, an
children Mrs. Gerald Adkins' :anly) about $30?
SEVENTH DAY : Helen and Freda Hardee wei'e
', .. ----,- "--, .- .' ADVENTIST CHURCH I Mrs. Jessie Chastain and Mrs' I shopping in Jacksonville Saturda;\.. -
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Services each Sabbath in old 1 W. W. Hammond and daughteij j Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sap''Pi S With a few tips from us, you can make improvements
Willow Ruth, all
o'clock of
Sermon Sunday Night At 8 Hampton.
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- i j i, .Ir. and Mrs. Horace May cele. I and sons of Green Cove Sprin| Charley E. Johns you never thought possible!

I jbath School 2 p.m. Preachingeach : .brated their 48th wedding anni i I!were visiting the Lacey Normal IS:,

r'why Human Beings Can second and fourth Sabbaths I versary on Easter Sunday by en].I Friday. r-I I You can make tile ceilings panel walls, lay floors in

,,3 p.m. Elder Mostert pastor.'j|tertaining with a family dinne-I Evelyn and Rachel Gene No: & Son sulate a barn, build a machine shed. You'll be surprisedat

I Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May am;'man were visiting Charles Mo:s-I Agency I the results, too! Almost) professional with us
'I ley Sunday at Orange Park.
Be Saved And AngelsCannot' Everyone welcome. sons. Billy and Spencer, of Palat Ann Harvey and baby daughti I I to guide you! -

I ka, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May Mr. I and Virginia Norman were I Phone 13 Starke, Fla.
i, HEILBKONNj land i Mrs. Robert Cox and baby Our Advice FREE
: I Jacksonville Thursday on busines Is
j I BAPTIST CHURCH ::Mrs. Richard May and daughter.Melody AAAAAALAALALLAAAAAALAAAAVote .* l
; Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching and Mrs. Minnie Johns.
"milI I You for materials only! That's the kind of service
11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: pay
Mr. and Mrs. May received
many For and Elect .
0 Who are Angels and where did they come from? p.m. Preaching 7:30: p.m. Prayer i,nice gifts. 4;. ; ,' i you get when you deal with an established local firm

Do we become Angels when we die? Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. I Mr. and Mrs. Donald McMahone I iI like Starke Builders Supplies.

For what purpose were Angels created? Rev. J. E, Lingerfelt, pastor. and son visited friends and rela- E. L. CRAWFORDFOR
I I Best of all we help arrange easy-on-the-
tives in Fort Myers St. Petersburg
Don't Miss This Message From God's Word By Pastor I CHRISTL\ SCIENCE ri
SOCIETY and Tampa last week. :Mr. : budget financing. Stop in!
Bob Gray I McMahone will back to his
I report
j Sunday service 11 a.m. Sunday ship on the 24th after a month's I II t I MATERIAL FOR A NEW $15-0"
First Church visit with his family.D. I DISTRICT I TWO (NORTH STARKE)
Baptist HamptonBible I School 11 a.m.
I wh I PORCH Appro: Per Mo.
I Wednesday Evenings-1st Wed D. Brannen and son of Lake- I S AGAINST ANY HIGHER TAXES IN COUNTY i i if 18 Months

School It) A.M. B. T U. 7 P.M. nesday each month, 8 p.m. ,land spent Sunday with his par FOR MORE STATE ROAD MONEY FOR BETTER I
Public cordially invited. Nursery ents, the J. J. Brannens. I COUNTY ROADS. i

"The Church Where There's Always A Good Service" maintained for all services. I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and '' STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone
: Community Center Building, children and Mrs. Mable Green
'_ __ "H ,_ .' ,_.__ __'. .--. -_ ..-____'-.- '"' : Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17.You've :and son Johnny were in Silver *. r rffffff* j-j-jjj jj rjjj-j jjjjjfrrrrr r tr. i- -
___ n __ n ,__ -_._-- Your 45 Washington St at S A L. Depot
Springs Sunday. I vote and active support will be greatlyappreciated
I Starke, Fla.
,. Rev. and Mrs. Chuck Sanks ofi .
I i Miami conducted services at the I'' i -: "': ,JJL: :: ', :- .: ,< ;'_- :::'=:. :c_' :=:: :: :_ .,' r""
had a chance to size up the 1954 automobiles. I Baptist Church

I Mrs. Raleigh Brannen Sunday, evening.assisted' Vote For and Elect
You've read about, heard about all the claims for economy,
by Mrs. Betty May. sponsored an

performance, acceleration, endurance, roominess and ride. I Easter egg hunt at the Baptist A. L. GREENSchool
Church for the beginners class. i .
Now you're set to compare the facts, weigh the record.New'4 Friday afternoon. 'I
Board Member LightweightAllPurpose
Mrs. Ola Hardeen and sons of

Jacksonville visited the M L DISTRICT THREE (BROOKER. NEW RIVER) : Saw"v

Wattersons Saturday afternoon HE IS HONEST. DEPENDABLE. CAPABLE. i A. .
I Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams I '. ''' \'
I .
DODGE I II met Mr. Williams' parents. Mri TAXPAYER. I 'Y.f. \..

| and Mrs. Joe Williams, at Silver r ,x" HIS INTEREST IN THE BRADFORD COUNTY 1 ,
1 Springs on Saturday and had a I '
I II r.i
'i, picnic. Mr. Williams' sister and I :
husband. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Drew II I HE HAS SINCE SERVED 1943.AS A SCHOOL TRUSTEE !II I McCUIIOC// .t M:
accompanied them home for the II I ,
Clinches Whot it Claimsl
weekend. I Your Vote and Support on May 4 will be Appreciated.THE .

I Sue Chastain, daughter of the :

i!Carlton Chastains. fell from her |". __L __ =, --,,-- !IT i i Famous. Model 33 Chain Saw
bike Sunday. injuring both lees '! I II 1

.1 I Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Stich of I ii i Farmers Pulpwood Cutters

: Jax called on their sister, Mrs ., ,
L f aIs
,, I lJCIaRU
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3"; ---. .l' I Verna Young on Sunday. II I
\ .k : ; Loggers.
I Mr jnd Mrs. Wilbur Keen anddaueliter : 60GJ4[ rJ t
J. (: '{: > \\1 ,>J / I were visiting in the A e a ? C 1J-1t24 I
tl.r. .J M'I I '
.j 11' .I: !
"" I ntt L. Watterson home last Saturda\-'j
The greatest chain saw builders in the

55 ,,,,,,'.,;,,,SS SS. -,,' << "" ;,,,,' ,, ;',;,. ",- -, E Friends will remember Mrs. Keen MONEY ts THE I' i"PYF + world, McCulloch Motors Corporation have
,_ as Mrs Theo Simmons. !I MAN'Stt ,
;, Mr. and Mrs. James Tiroome of WORK IS EXCHANGEDFRO tc.u i I again!

Orlando visited their parents the. FOR THAT OF MANY Imagine a chain saw for under 200.00
D. \V. Johnson and brought their I!
new son to see srandparents.: j| OTHERS.AMERICA'S especially a McCulloch Model 33, the chain

:J Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home and i I saw sensation of the year.

Dodge Rcyai V 8 Four Door Sedan sons. James and Billy, Mr and i I BANKS : This outstanding tool
cutting weighs only
Mrs. Dick Williams and guests.?i i11r. "
and Mrs. Bob Drew of Sarasota j RENDER A 20 pounds, yet it can saw through a 15-inch
Dodge backs promise with proof! AS
up and Mr. and Mr C. G. !I VITAL SERVICE tree in less than a minute. Saws full
Here's the Record No Other Car Can Match You get outstanding economy, provedin Barksdale and Mrs. Lulu Mott I CUSTODIANS OF ,
the Mobilgas Economy Run. of Mr MONEY power in any position, and cuts fast and
were Easter dinner guests
You get record-breaking performance and Mrs Robert Barksdale and J sons-' .!' close to the ground. The 33 is amazinglyeasy

PROVED A..wic.i <<<... PROVED A..dca i Out proved on the Bonneville Salt Flats. family of Starke. to use for felling, bucking, pruning and
Ec.y Eight-Dodg. is standing .or.-On You get history-making endurance
and Mrs Carlton Chastainand
the first cor to comb;" the SonneviUe Salt Aats. proved in the most grueling official AAA Mr. Tommy were in Gainesville We are glad to have a vital part and share in limbing. Save your time, save your energy,
flolhing perforl'lonce with OoOiiJelha"ered every rec- tests. save your MONEY with a ){McCulloch Model

top ed its econolllY.e.ceUent Dade I.age provo in ord forlllance in its to don demon.trat.for per. If you lAe\ proved value, come see how .Saturday and Mrs.afternoon.Mr. Lynn Hall and local and national affairs. 33. It's the greatest value in chain saw

flu. Moba9os Economy Run- e.ene.power-for..of.ty.. much more Dodge offers.DEPENDABLE daughter Lucille and Rev and history! Only $198 s Delivered
Mrs. Dixon visited Mrs. E. S
'54PROVED Your financial problems when brought to us
Sibley at a hospital in PalatkaSunday !:
A.erice'f T., PROVED A.eric.s 0,.... .
bd""enn Car-m official) ... laud Car-As 0 Mel afternoon.Mr. will receive our careful attention. Three other forger McCulfoch Models available
and :Mrs.: John Linka ofI
AM tech. the '54 Dod9. hibuts to its wunatch.dErewel.d
forT, and Posts rood quoLGn, the 'S4 I Burlingame, CaL are visiting the Sales, parts and service on McCulloch Chain Saws,

Man any oth.r Americall Dodge was .Iected ascar. 0 0 E !iL. A. Halls. Thursday they visited I Earth Drills and Fire Pumps. t
H.rs clindling proof Olfociol; Pact Car for the Silver Springs. The Linkas I

o' Dodg. d.pendability. mdionopoh 50o.Mile Race.DiII&t I will tour the United States be-i\ FLORIDA 1 SAW COMPANY

fore returning to California. j '

Emus if. bra Pet Bwjn .. LdC-IY e let rrt a -Sink 1 fa W. ASCII: b., lien UK bIi \ Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hammond
I and daughter Willow Ruth. ac- FLORIDA BANK at STARKE 2727 N. W. 6th Street Gainesville, Fla.

i companied by Mr. and Mrs John

E. Hammond of Crystal Lake AND
HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. called on the Lillys at Flora- Member Florida National- Group 1927 N. Marion St. Phone 1675

home Sunday. i iI I \z1 Lake City Ha.I .
600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE FLA PHONE 69 I :Mrs. Ena Nazworth has returned :'i
from the Doctqp's Clinic


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Mrs. Nancy Brown I Dog Innoculation Brooker Market I Revival To Start |! Flower Show BHS Nine Off I pleading attorneys.to the Complaint Williams on& Futc.i Plaintiffs Albert Lucianelli Defendant Case No 10 US

i P. O. Box 188 Starke. Florida, and I otlee To Appears
Dies In OcoeeMrs. Schedule GivenDr. At Methodist Church file the original Answer or other I To: Albert Lucianelli. whose residence
Ready To OpenRalph : To St. Augustine pleading in the Office of the Clerkof and address I.: luknnwn
Sunday, April 25 the Circuit Court for Bradford Too are hereby notified taai &
Nancy Carrie Brown, 80. R. S. Mullins veterinarian, i : County, Florida. on or before the suit for
Bradford County : Entries.Urged i 24 day of May, A.D., 1)54; if you Divorce and restoiat 'n of
resident of '
former will be on hand at the following Nettles, manager of the An Evangelist Preaching Mission I The BHS Tornado nine won one fail to do so. Decree Pro Confesowill maiden name

died Wednesday in Ocoee Brooker Farmers Market announces i will begin at the First Methodist -j i and lost one during the past week. be taken against you for tJ e |i has been filed against >ou in the _
places to innoculate dogs against I relief demanded in said Complaint. above named Court and must and
where she had lived for the past I that two buyers will be < Church of Starke on Sun- The public is not only invited. I j The' locals easily defeated Bolles'Academy It is hereby ordered that this( you are required to serve; a cop> of -

25 years. She was a member of|I rabies: at the market for the current i> d ay. April 25, and will continue but Wffed to participate in mak- of Jacksonville last Fri-I Notice should be published once 1 your answer or pleading to the .;com

the Church of Christ. j Hampton. City Hall April 24, season to buy beans and squash. : through Friday night with Rev. j ing the Spring Flower Show cul- !j day- night 21-6 and lost out to P. I each week week in the for Bradford four Bounty,'onse uthf'I Telegraph plaint Gerald on the 11. Hart Plaintiffs, 202 Si ..,Attorney t, Bui.d-

The body will be brought here for:, 9:30: to 11 a-m. These buyers. Southern Vegetable'i Vernard Robertson of Swains-I turaj; and educational. as well as ; well attended by local in Bradford County. Florida I and tue the original In the of floe of
j were
burial in Dyal Cemetery, but the:I Brooker. Colson's Store, April Distributors, and V. B. Hook Co. boro, Ga. as the preacher. j j beautiful. games Witness my hand and the seal of i i me Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

time of services has not yet been will also buy other produce as it i; Mr.' Verner will speak twice on The show is being sponsored by I 1 fans despite frequent light showers 'our Circuit Court at Starke. Bradford before the :24 day of il.... if**,
21., 2 to 3:30: p.m. that threatened to call a halt; County. Florida. this the nib 'otnerwue the aiirgations <>r said
announced. Arrangements are in I comes along. Sunday. at both the morning and the Starke Garden Club and will I day of April. A.I., 19U.I I Complaint will be taken at. Confessed -
in each
charge of Loomis Funeral Home There was a light volume ofi i evening services and beginning be held in the American Legion i J to play game. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbv. by you
j This notice
Coach Hurst's pitchers are shall be puuusded
| Clerk of said Circuit CourtBy -
Winter Garden. i Softball NoticeStarke's beans and squash this past week. I Monday two services will be held Hall, May 1 and 2. 'I.j jAnyone I rounding into shape now and he Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk once each week for four consecutive
60 exhibits in Williams & Futch. P. O Box 1SS. weeks in the Bradford COURt> Tele
Mrs. Brown is survived by fivedaughters Nettles reports. with'about I Ihampers daily at 7:30 a. m. and 7:30. p. m. may enter 1 has three who can go all the way. .Starke Florida. ,, graph.

Mrs. Ruby Teston, softball team will organize I of squash bringing $1.75 At each evening service a different the horticultural classes, but the' Paul Rivers was the first Torna- Attorney for Plaintiffs. 4/23 4t 5/14 Dated this 2(1 da> i 01 ,\111 I .t :3oOKr'lclAL *

Lawtey: Mrs. Garrah Dorman. I for No 1. and 73 cents for No. 2. organization of the church entries must be grown by the ex do hurler to prove he was readywhen I ( Clerk, SEAL. Charles A Darby
for the season! Monday, Apr. I >OTICE TO APPKR!: ot the Cirtuu COlM'tBy
Ocoee: Mrs. Thelma Prevatt Law- I About 100 hampers of beans were will be asked to have its group hibitor. Potted plants must have he pitched the entire game |1 !. Clrralt Co.rt. Bralford Coolly>I Marian L. Crosby, Depuo) Clerk
26, at 6 p.m. at the BHS field. All been in 'the exhibitor's 434, 'H
tey: Mrs. Leila Peavy, Ocoee; and i sold at from $3 to $3.50. in full attendance. and a section possessionat against Bolles Friday night. Edgar Floridt In r..r. I _
to I least six weeks. Only one Clifford H. Baxter vs. Elizabeth M
interested are urged
Miss Allene Brown Orlando: two persons Nettles cautions some growers i, will be reserved for those attend- Akridge, though losing to P. Baxter Defendant. :NOTICE TO APPEAR
Winter attend this first meeting. too' I in each class may be made by an I C'''e No. 10-456; | !a Circuit Coart. Bradford CoamtT,
sons. Raleigh J. Brown. i against picking their beans : ing. I K. Yonge, went the route. also. Klorldai !. rhaseerv.
exhibitor All entries should be \nticr ft tpprar.
Haven. and John S. Brown Law- i I I I soon. He advises them to wait E i 1 The public is cordially invited I I : I Edwin Johns the lefthander, just: ToElizabeth M. Faxter. whose Patricia Shurling. I'laiin I .: !*.
.brought to the Legion Hall Friday .
Snow- of missed pitching an entire residence and address I is: 41$ N. {James Q. Shurling. Dtfrnrit
tey: two sisters. Mrs. Mary |I until the beans mature. instead game
to attend these .
Cub Pack Meeting services. j afternoon. April 30. if possible! or Winebiddle Street Pittsburgh Ca>e N .
den Lake Butler: and Mrs. Cindy i' "rushing them to market". I! before 10 a.m. on May 1. Entries last week, but was relieved in the 1 Pennsylvania. \ >.tloe To Appear

Perrv Hampton: two brothers, The Cub Pack meeting will be|:, As an instance of this practice 7th frame with one out. You are here or notified! chat a ij t To: James J. Shuri.ii'
10:30 will be .
;i'' Robert Grp brought after : non- suit fw [whose residence and a.1 ">
nI Tonight (Friday) the Tornadoes
Olhe Manning St. Petersburg he cites a Hastings buyer who
held Monday evening, April 26, competitive.The Divorce Naval Testing Center. i 1\: > '>
and Madison Manning. Wauchula: i said that because the growers of I, Is Elected Jad ,will be over in St. Augustine for I has oven filed I eain( you In the ville. Penn,,yl>'ania.
2S grandchildren and 28 great at 7:30: o'clock in the Methodist them too the[ horticultural classes which a return game with Ketterlinu In above named Court and cause and j1 I You are hereby notin ."... a
spuds dug soon, i
you are retired to of
serve a
grandchildren. recreation hall I potatoes skinned badly and a; Of Local Eks: may be entered by anyone, are: their first game the Tornadoesbroke i. your answer or pleading copy to the ,I suit Divorce fnr custody anti "* _

'I. Class 1, Roses. one specimen: a tie and beat the Jackets complaint on the Plalntlfft: I j minor child

.. _._ ___. lower price resulted. ; The first meeting of the 1954' 8-7 in the last Attorney Hollis V. Knight has .
". .."' u --- -- ,Red, pink white yellow. bi-color: inning. Johns or Starke .Florida been filed against you i the
The price for No. 1potatoes\ he season of the B. P. O. E. was collections (6 stems). Special Rivers will do the pitching tonight. and file the ongrnat in tne office of {above named Court and C..l>" ..nd
said. has taken a jump recently, the Clerk of the Cl'tuit Court cir I) ; YOU are required to serve a o>>p> of
; held at the Elk's Lodge Monday Tuesday Palatka's Manoons
INKIER ElECTRIC SERVICE award for best rose in show. night > befor the your answer or pleading i 'hacomn'o'nt
and is now $1.50 to $1.67 per 50- with the will be here on the.Atticrnc'y '"n>ti' ifr>
night following newlyinstalled Class 2, Annuals ((3 stems: and Bolles will I 26 day of May. 154! : T. Frank! I
Ib bag. The potato machine probably officers and trustees: I'petunias (a-single, b-d(>uble. e- be back on Friday night. April SO. otherwise the allegations of laid Starke. Florida,
Complaint will
be taken confess
will start in operation about' Robert Green Exalted Ruler; ruffled): snapdragon. lupin del- The Bolles Cadets jumped intoa : Jd by Jju.I as and file the original In the ,.', of

May 3. hut Nettles said that i if J. R. Kellv. Leading Knight; IrvinI I 3-1 lead in the first inning, but I This notice shall :.e published or the h Clerk"fnr" the of the Circuit r ,j' tn
phenium poppies, larkspur, nee each week for four ronsecutlve
growers: bring any in before> then Robbins the Tornadoes soon erased that t .. ,. 24 day of slay l''.I
; Loyal Knight; J. D. hollyhock pansies (12 blooms). I <-e ks in the Bradford County T"l otherwise the allegation.- ..' said
be started with four more the third 9l>**ll*
it will in
up. .Doyle. runs
Torturing Inman .
Knight; nasturtiums (12 blooms), sweet Pated this 16 day of Ajiiil.; 1934. 'omolaint will be taken as II-M *
Nettles reports that f crops D. Green Esquire; Father Harry'peas ((12 stems), others. Bolles added one more run in the OFFICIAL SEAL* Charles A. DarfcjI ed by you. _
RADIO This notice shall b*> punshed
around Brooker look- pretty good F. Turnier, Chaplain; Maxie"l i Class 3, Hibiscus. fifth to make the game 5-4. but I Sy Marian Clerk L Crosby of the Clroult D".'"r Court Clerk I once ecn week for four ,.1\\l5el'lItlv

,, \ but that the cold wind 'over the Carter, Inner Guard; Billy Noegel.L I the Tornadoes broke loose in the 4 '2S! 4t ;:. H I i weeks in the Bradford Count T..le
AND ; Class' 4. Perennials ((3 stems). bottom of the fifth with 11 grephIatcd
last weekend threatened to do: Tyler; David Simpson, Treasurer. ; big this 21 I d.i> >,<( .\;,. _
;, Class 5, Bulbous' (1 stalk) : runs and tallied five 'OTIt'1TO .tppin
runs i in
Gene again OFFICIALSEAL Charles
let ) A DarbyClerk
some damage. but fortunately Long Secretary. In Circuit < uurt. Brail ford County,
kt TEIEUISIONSales gladiolus; Easter lily; calla lily: the sixth. Kloridi: In ('Chflnrer of the Cu. .iPy 'IUI"
;: The Board of Trustees I Marian I.. Pn "- lark
up. ;j consistsof :1 FI.-, Crosby \
gloriosa; crinum; watsonia; day Rivers looked good on the I. 1.11I1.111.'I? !!" I luntift: r \ .

'-I : Steve Simmons, Pete Brinson I, lillies (1 scape) a-plain colors. b- mound after he got through a .. ----. -. ___ V_?
J. R. Mo'rne -
Wainwright Carter.Titus .
bicolor ('-c llection of own seedlings I- shaky first inning. He gave up

: k4 FOLEY SHARPENED SAWS Olsen. : ((6 scapes) ; amaryllis ((1 six hits during the game two go- Are You Fully CoveredIn
and Service
'stalk), a-white bored c-pink, d- ing for triples and one a double.

nun I .. I I Cut Foster, cleaner, EasierYou'll bicolors. and three singles to notch a'IC-

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, FloridaSeOIt Jessie ,t Class 6. Potted Plants. 1-Foli- tory. Case of Auto Accident
save time and effort R. Cliastain Sidney Jackson and Dewavne

I< ,__ _. ._= ......---- __. _, JIII'!'._ __ when your saws have been age. 2-Flowering or fruited. Elder were the big guns in the Tor
County Commissioner Class 7. Cacti i and Succulents Does
sharpened on our precision potted. 1-Specimen. 2-Collection nado's 11-hit assault, each hitting our present Liability Policy limit your passenger

machine. All teeth are made safely three times. accident coverage to your OWN Automobile?
-., -. | Class 8, Flowering cr Fruited
v.o"i; -r- -.1' Jackson
I '- ,o:: uniform and accurate | got a terrific home run
(_ Vines (1 stem 12 to 18 inches. '
'/ .- ,\ just like new.You'll I and two singles. while Elder accounted For $1.00 ExtraOur
W Class 9, Flowering or FruitedShrubs I
be GI for a triple and two sin-
I ((1 stem) 6 to 12 inches. gles.
.. pleased wit hi Company will pay up to $2.000 Medical or Funeral

S ECIAl SAlE ; ; i our speedy urr:3 i tables.Class 10.1-specimen.Home grown 2-collection\'egeI :- Tuesday night Edgar Akrid7ega.e expenses for accidents involving the assured in any automobile -

1 :) service and I I I space 12 inches. up only four hits, but could I Irot anywhere in the U. S.
I get control of the plates. He

; I with your easy I \ Class 11 Educational exhibit. walked nine men, his team mates; This broad coverltge applied to the serious
7Jordlf cutting saw.
Class 12. others.
Any committed five errors behind him,,
I there were two W.-SM.. nitphA<- "n/ Accident which
---- -- '- ''A occurred Starkethis
I u near
8) I -. Bobbies To Open two passed balls astir he struck

CREAMI'' ALSO SHARPEN out five batters. week. and paid up to $2,000 for funeral) and medical
CE Speaking to groups of friends In New Location ,
ALL KINDS OF TOOLS, The Tornadoes got four hits al- expenses. CHECK YOUR POLICY.

KNIVES, SISSORS, ETC. neighbors and supporters throughout Monday Morning so. but could not bunch theirs to-
the county during the '
past gether
t enough to score when
.. men
All New Equipment week in behalf of my reelection !i i The formal opening of Bobbiesin were on base. Sidney Jackson CONTACT

CALVIN JOHNS to the County Commission Mrs. its new location, 145 West Call solved Parrish's offering for two

465 N. Water St. Jessie R. Chastain said, "I am de- St., will be held Monday, April 26. hits, a double and a single. Par- Conner Bros. Insurance AgencyPhone

lighted with the splendid interest | Free Coca-Colas will be served rish fanned 13 men walked five

: and promise of support my candidacy -i throughout the opening week, and hit two batters, his teammates 285 129 W. Call St.

w.c.T.u.DRINKING I for re-election to the County number of valuable door prizes committed one error and a pass-
1: Commission is receiving throug-i[will be awarded those who ,ed ball was charged to the catcher. I-- -R _I --------1

WATER: NEITHER:t out the Various sections of Brad- among i i Paul Rivers, with a double, and .. ;",:;.; -' "-",,,-- '",tid -'__ .. c'" .. J .. .. .. __ _
register at the opening. :: -1It ;J0; fic"j, .. .. __ .. _
l .,. ___ _"
MAKES A MAX SICK, XO.R L l ford County". !Akridge with a single, were the. d H *M0M -

flEET, NOR HIS WIFE A l "The people of our county who j Bobbies formerly known as other Tornadoes who hit safely.
'Bobbies Bootery when it was I
WIDOW have closely followed the affairs
located in Ducky's. will expand its| BIG 20
JOHN NEAL of our county government, know 1 BANK HOLIDAY %
IX NATIONAL VOICE::. that lines in the new location to include I
my record as a County Com- ,
not only a complete line of Bank at Starke will

I' : I missioner has always been progressive shoes for ladies and children, but .not be open for business next Monday -

I -, and constructive I have also a line of ladies and children'sclothing. [ April 26. Confederate: MemorI Savings by Elgin Watch Co.

always been a strong advocatefor 1 I Day. a legal holiday in Florida. .
a 0 better roads and county improvements i I ;; ,
; The women's and children's :
CUT TIRE and ap- IB The
will continue my Circuit Court Ot-The Kighthj
,., efforts in this direction as long parel department will be operated L LI[I Judicial Circuit. la And For Bradford AT
i asthe I' '
i. i ('ouu.. ,. Florida. GEM JEWELRYSee
$ citizens allow me to serve on I by Martha Yancey while JillOakes L ;i la ( hanrerr..

the County Board". will operate the bootery. I Paul Hosier and Johanne Hosier
I I Plaintiffs. vs. Sarah Eaugh,
'. et aI,
Following the Defendants.
untimely death ,
S, of my husband Commissioner Tom t Dock C. Melvin | ORDER OF PrBLICATIOU
Chastain who served District Rites :'The State Of Florida To: Our Window DisplayAnd

Trade II It 1 I Four for several terms Governor;I Thursday :I address Sarah is ttaugh 12035: :: whose Flora residence Street ilelindalf. and be

Rent ft t Fuller! Warren appointed me to Dock Columbus Melvin. 75. retired -i,and\ Michigan; Arthur G. Peters- Convinced Quality Has No Substitute
wife. Adalene .
fill the who:
unexpired term. ?
Low Rates Good Results Easy To Placj e In the Brooker farmer died Mon residence and address is Calera, Presented By
HOW YOU CAN May 1950 elections I :Alabama
was opposed I I day afternoon at the home of his ; and Viola <;. Oxborne

== GETAIIRAND4NEW for a full four year term bv two son, Ben, at Heilbronn Springs. i'Slark.whose.. residence Bradford and County.address Florida.is ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH COMPANY and their

candidates, winning handily in the :Mr. Melvin, who farmed all hislife ;and to all parties having or claiming -
FOR SALE-Apartment -..z.. i'aliui; first primary."I any right title, interest or lien Authorized Dealer in Starke and Bradford
Gas Range Like New. iei>rKi. in Bradford County, was born I in or upon the property hereinafter County
A. J. Thomas. Starke Fla. Schaeffer, Laura St. Phone IS'tp : !*-) shall always hold a warm Dec. 29, 1872 son of William and I described; CSKEETIXG: :
:: 4 .' : EAR spot of You. and ea.oh of you are hereby
appreciation in
H\S my heart Sarah (Shaw) Melvin. I notified that a suit has been instituted -
FOR SALE OR RENT-Unfurnished house. In- for the wholehearted confidenceand I in the above styled Court Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry
quire at Bus Station K loyal support which Surviving are his wife Pru and cause against you and each of
has always -
|_Mrr w.1I _...h.*td *...11-% dence; three daughters. Mrs ,you as Defendants by Paul Hosier!
'UK. .....ler. r...e.l....... ..p.ar. .- LETT J. n. 600,.. JR. SUPIR.CUSQ\8H\ been evidenced by the voters Ether Mrs. :land, wife. Johanne Rosier as Plaintiffs "The House of Fine
_,.._.e pit 'Milt tr...... paw.d CATTLK ANt HOGS Mrs. Minnie Lou Holder, all of prior lien a Mortgage over the fol-
road fr..taicr.B $:W) 110 SALES the citizens throughout Bradford lowing property situate In Bradford -
...... ...,...... balance. trr.2ss ". I.heOak Kacfc Wedaendar FOR tISSUUL County will not only examine Gainesville; four sons. E. V. and I County. Florida to-wit: LEADING JEWELER
GaIa.sllle Kaeh. frtimrFOH my Ressie L., of Gainesville. and Ben j Si, of XWU of SWi and all SU;
: Lots U City of Mark nt, THAN $15 i record on the County Commission 1 of SWi4 lying X.'rth of Kralj.rlI

Vtllilt". F.H.A. sad V-l. appratrd. REXT iinr with four | carefully;! and impartially, but they and Leslie W. of Starke; 22 I. County road running West from WATCH THIS SPACE FOR
PrIed .t *-c.1I.oo.. -Apt. Xo. 1 Three com lulL tire grandchildren, nine County Road Xo. 3, and all of S1?
fttMUW, .At'''. Term*. fortable furnished rooms and bath "CDppable I| will feel "one good term justifies children. "i:I of NE'of: SWL4 Except that
electric kitchen, air conditioning another". I' portion of XH of SW: of XE14 of NEXT
if desired shady lawn Adults 1, Funeral services SW% lying West of said Cf.uptx WEEK'S ANNOUNCEMENT
For thri>. wad other bargain* Iof' Mr,.. L. )r. Clark Rt. 1. Box 2-C, .. Since being widowed by the the were held at Road Xo. 8, all in Section 22.
East Starke. I mile from Call St New Hope Church, Thursdayat ; Township 5 South. Range 21 Eat ;.. -
A. J. THOMAS bridge on Kessant Rd tf..hs death of my husband I have beenacti'e 4:30 p. m., with Rev. Herman : containing 33 acres more or le-- :: _-':-;: : Ln:.: O"" ,:_
I in county affairs, and have ; This is, therefore to command you -
ftt\!. KSTATB DEALER I devoted Moody officiating Burial was in and each of you. and you are ht-rc-
\ .. Telepa.ae ..14Marke FOR 8\I.K considerable time and I. '
104 Temple 1f4ff .New Hope l I.\ notified and required to -er\t-
A !
Florida beautiful Spinet Piano. Mahogany ; energy to my commission duties. Cemetery. I a' copy of your Answer or other
case. Looks like new Play DRIVEINNFORIERLY
I'ke; npPol'l'n rented in month spear-heading many county beau- HERB'S

RADIOS REPAIREDAll Will sell and credit all money paidn tification. road and general improvement 1
\ purchase price. fUsy trrm.
M.tt.'II, Models write: programs. Stect ( FOYS)
Rea*.uble. rkarprm uraaraBleedCMAS. MODERN :Ml'SIC MART
of the
am a First
C. SIIKPHKKUTM 1015 t'niversity ..tvenueaineaville Herb Thomas and Kitty Andrews
W. Call St. Marke Pk. 23F I ( Florida Christian Church of Hampton al- now operating
Temple Drive-Inn to the
I StchSf 4 :23I :: !FO member of The Supreme Forest 1TI T. LongTO serve Bradford County area

< 'K KENT-5-rooni furnished apt.. Woodman Circle. and have been
.14 N. Church St. Phone 1 5.W. I WANT TO SWAP I'M RE.\DY With
Ith'g i 500 bearing pecan trees. SS acres prominent in child welfare work TO

I land fenced and cross femvd for throughout the county. I will appreciate FINE FOOD
F"R \LE-l Boat and Inboard I cajttle. two bedroom home liltht BOARD ANDS
.l t" >. 1 ..d I deep well with your vote on May 4.
Motor. 1941! F"r "uit Sp automatic pump.
Bowler and 2 Shetland Ponies. large barn and other out build- FAMOUS MARATHON Jessie R. Chastain ... DISTRICT FMF. Oorth Starke) FAST CURB SERVICE
Phone :242.: 20S K. Call St. tfohg I ings. Will trade for home on (Pd. Pol. Adv> > I. .\TU'.; SON B 1f.O. GHIUI .%TKMR
I Sante Fe Lake or any food lake $14.95 lJ--s: % >IRKK AWERICLF.filOV HOTtHV
ATTENTION' I.fZIEIVS t'OSMETir : Contact }:tun Jordan. Phone 333. ala fMC P. T ,%. PRF.MIIKNT! B\M1 PUtF.MSASSOCIITION : STEAKS -- SEA FOODS
PATRONS: -For repeat orders I Starke. 4tn C/30 .ssp.bIe iir.
please call tSi: or !4<-\V.Stchg. Look at this! A brand new,

413Ft'R FOR RENT-Furnished apartment.. soft riding Super-Cushion [. COLONIALFLORIST ties WILL-SIPPORT qualified: Better Teaehera Seh-.ol PUrcroaad Baildintc _Kqaipmrat Safer Tra._..parta-Care REGULAR MEALS SERVED
one bedroom and gUs.-ed-m .
8.U.F.-Kph'inat'1r D..p freeze. porch large living sleeping made by the world's leadingtire i And Repair of KaildlBfti More Kducatloo Per Dollar .. ('..t.
Perfect condition $100. II. J. Ku- kitchen and, dinnette. 426 room.South builder at a price well be I Specializing in
> "ra, State Farm. UprOY St. or apply at Tucks Auto Cafe. low your expectations. Don't YOUR VOTE AND SUPPPRT, WILL BE DEEPLY APPRECIATED

PEAX SEED. Florida III'o..nand tf risk another unsafe mile on i Don't Vote Short -- VOTE 'X' LONG KITTY'S BISCUITS AND PIES
tires! Trade this
proven variety A nrofitaM l-'Ol'SD--I'i\\lud worn now on
ummer crop. Seed $5.00 per bu. Kingsley Lake. Ray SiK-x.Itp money saving deal! I
.i.l'vered" Order your serd now I $2 DOWN i FLOWERS
u hue It lasts Planting harvesting FOR SAI.EIll'alth't'.k

and marketing infnrmalilnIIPpiifd. chivks 15c each. Also live fryers old cnIyLtSuw.ekputsa For AU OccasionsPHONE I I Temple Drive-Inn Has
E. R DAILKT"S SONS: J5c lb.f'k Ii i
I* o. Box 1131. Oca la. Fla. about them at Rob's PAIR on your car.wrYI' I ;
Market Service Station Starke. at the Farmers Itp II I DINING ROOM COUNTER

.Fi >H $.\lK-F ur room house on THEM 218i@ fPain ,
i #n ares of laml West of Bradford FOR REXT.' room house. 2 baths. GOT I I + up time t l- OR CURB SERVICEAnd
Furniture I'''. Tom Xor- :2 story large yard. Reasonablerent. I wwn smrNAUS i
man. R!. !. Box H-<'. 2tp 4'0 I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Starke *i* :

_!07. Itp White'. righ $17.95 Will Be Open From
IV YOU HAVE M.WAYS w"nt"d !' I ; aDd sos the

get iano.one. but, I have somehow a piano never for could you.]1 I i FOR lots.SALE 614-F.Six-room; 7th St.hounn Phone. two SO price of out .... ; 1hMi 7 AM. TO 12 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK

All you need ix a small down Starke. Fla. \tn 5 4 7 I It MarathonWhite "" i11 i
""" "" *am amBB Bm m m m( B BB Sidewi.... ... DISH 0
n'vtnent It. << rnnft credit *t least GARDENS t4CSParic
give me the favor of talking tnM FOR S.\1.F.-II'i1! Harle\-DaM 74.;. walls! ..............
piano and a good used upright r 177 or iTSi.REPRESENTATIT. i POTTERY Dogs Milk Shakes 15c

piano you should know, about. -.
Write ,": Mr. E. J. Edwards.: for Renderson's GOODMAN'SSERVICE POTTED PLANTS I. 4. I Root Beer Float lOc
Gen. DeL. Gainesville. Fla. 4tp 5/14 i .
Bakery. Art Lessons! t

FOR RENT-Exceptionally; nicely I Special decorating: Thelma Jen-j;: STATIO!', : Flowers WiredAnywhere i I

furnished porches.S-room garage house, playhouse! screened for I ninps. Phone 278-J. ltchg I SEEBER D. GOODMAN i STARKE HARDWARE CO. I 2 FOR PRICE OF 1

... ,
Children. fln er trardm and pla> 1
for vegetable garden. Automatic; : FOR RENT-Four room furnished !| U. S': 301 Nona St. Starke H. C. RITCH Owner
sprinkler system. Kin sley Village I house with bath hot and cold t SATURDAY MAY 24th ONl
one block from Lake Apply running water. See William Sil- At South City Limits I PHONES STARKE. FLA Y
Stars & Stripes. Kingsley Lake lip cox. Rt. 1. Starke :tp 3 7- _I -

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