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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"i .VOLUME SEVENTY-FIVE STARKE, FLORIDA.FRIDAY JULY 17- 1933 NUMBER O "EI


Beginning Our 75th Year Of Continuous Publication.


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; crop and early open- Body of victim Is removed from automobile after
A late by the School Board on Monday Sunday afternoon's Funeral home attendant Donald Bagwell, City PolicemanBill

." Ing of markets has put the squeeze July 20, at 10 'a.m.'for the purpose tragic accident on Camp Blanding range Arrow at right points to hole Lane, and Deputy Sheriff Cecil Sew ell. carry victim on

on tobacco growers, and here in where bullet pierced car's windshield and then struck driver under stretcher
of discussing with the citizensof waiting ambulance. Arrow at left points to K. A.
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: I Bradford County as ,high elsewhere: the county the proposed school rye, causing death. -Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the Telegraph- Stowe of Jacksonville who was riding in car at time of accident.
in
going gear *
they were
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for the fiscal year beginning -

:,. l'first this sale week Thursday.Qua.Uty'.of.the'leaf'ln to be .ready Bradfqn for the! !i I Proposed July 1,expenditures 1953. for the [ Failure To Heed warning Results In Tragic Accident At Camp- Blond/na- I


County Is'described as jnly< fair" 1953-54 year total $616,87!.oo, "We shouldn't have been wherewe ville Rifle Club had. been given ings posted on the range but bullet smashed through the windshield

and yield was seriously.cut by the Ii I an increase 'of'around 27 per cent were," said K. A. Stowe of permission to fire. The area waited a while before entering and and hit Ryhne below the
II the 1952-53 total of
Spring' drought: Damage from I over proposed Jacksonville in discussing the accident surrounding the range was heavily did not hear any shots, so theyproceeded. left eye.

rVOd fire"" and ,other diseases I 1487,740.00. last Sunday afternoon that oosted and warning flags were At the time of the ac-
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.. has also been extensive. More than half of; the increaseis cost the life of Joseph E. Rhyne, flying, according to investigating. cident they were headed directlyinto Stowe rushed his companionto

There has been some sharp i Bradford._, growers like others, in the.bright leaf -belt, -were- rush I accounted for by a jump in the 46, prominent Jacksonville busi- officials. the targets. Starke where a local physician
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criticism rot" +the' early market ," ing this week' to have"'their tobacco ready by July 16 earliest opening i fund for instruction (teachers ness man and hunting companionof Rhyne and Stowe were in Stowe said his companion was pronounced him dead on arrival.

opening the earliest in history 'date on -record. Under the, shade of a big oak tree, N J. Da\j5,1. salaries) which was budgeted at345OOO Stowe for 20 years. search, of two fox 'hounds they driving along a dirt road "about Rhyne was president of Howard

\it -r tr- but others view-it in a favor- well" known Graham farmer and 'his helpers hurry to complete the $ in 1952-53, and is carriedat "Where 'we were" was the,north had lost while on a hunt in that 150 yards from the targets" whensuddenly Feed Mills in Jacksonville, and a

thatthe Ida Johns,. a proposed $423,712 in the new rifle range of Camp Blanding I I vicinity last Friday night. "it sounded like the car past president of the Florida State
Objectors argue Mis.
(fable light. leaf-grading job. Left to right: Mr. Da\is
farmers win lose millions of tedious budget. There ten members of the Jackson I I Stowe said they saw the warn-shad blown up". The .30-06 calibre I. Fox Hunters Association.
\ Betty Da\U, Basil} Davis, and Carl Johns Total anticipated receipts for
the
being forced on
dollars
I by I the last fiscal

I 'market who prematurely set the dates. ; The. however our'daIS Y I lists$525,280 while year the were new budgetedat budget Operation Shoo .1.1.c.

.' maintain- -- that the into early the- growers'pockets openingTwill $624,021.anticipated: A slight gain receipts in Federal of l Fly

put money funds is'-shown, while state funds ._ _._ ._.___ _.__. ._ .. .... -..",
by giving them ,a, quick, ew'Y ..'
show an anticipated increase of 0w ,
uncrowded market for'their crop -4 : '$*i'r.' .i.*:.-.i>,;,, .f. < '-,
almost $100,000. < ''. ''t:'1i' .:..<."..:,* ,
chance of weather damagecut ex :>
'W1th the : 4 levied %
The county millage to be ..' "<
minimum.
to L
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for school purposes remains thesame
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since the maximum amount
-. .how well prices will hold up this 4Y
that can be levied under the laws
season, but: few expect the: level ;
already being exacted
tio be.far below last year's gros 1 '

., of '49.20 per hundred ,.. Complete details of each separate ifs
\leverage 3F
W" ', of the school budget are on r
pounds.
... file in the. School Board office and
3 Bradford County ,allotment for 0 'd
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'abouti $ -_ il.
's this year was 310.8. acres, .4 : .
i .', All interested persons are cord- ,
1952 allotment "
a 9.2 cut under the ,
,,11 j373acres.. ,.". ially invited to attend the public :
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To Seek LoansC 9'E

Another "grading: bee" was! In progress Monday at the home :of

;* The men .of I'adouarters Co. Russell Green near Brooker, where the children join In and help their a YY' .Y

*2d Bn., 121th Infantry, and also elders finish\\the"J b. Left to. right:,Lavonia Hodges, Beverly W. Henry Jr., Chief, DIrect S _' 'tt .: : 4!! .

'Co., B (Rear) 743th Ord. pi L wit Mrs Ruby Hodges John ,Freeman, J, B. Bell, Mary Ella and Green'l I Loan Section, Jacksonville Vet- __

)return to their home bases Sun- renter Ann Hendry and Barter erans Adm. Office, announced ,.. .._a,
Green. The youngsters .at are >-a&: --' -w --- -- ---- -
day after-a two weeks encampment II this;: week that Direct Loan Applications -

with the Florida National -Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the Telegraph Green.j had been furnished the! i Bulldozer loaned by Hercules Powder Co. Is seen at left beginning Jaek'Trawlck (right), county sanitarian.... points out particularlybad .

-.J.Vl E a1bicge ]aanAla.J, -' '_, "LI1.-'':'. l following, .v terans XidtSiadfordCounty tlii,:.task of burying, the citj's unsightly garbage dump.. Hercules 'spot lo'E. F. FhI1Ipstoretnan" of the elt1'work crew, who assisted ""'

'*'''1 eadquAtters 'Co;. which Is <<' .' : P. E. Griffis W. J. whose new malntenanl'e' shop is just across the street from dump, In the project.: When dump Is entirely cohered, ('ItT41U

traveling by train Is scheduled (to I Thus Far Dodd Jr., Harrington Chandler, donated services of bulldozer and driver for 80 hours to clean up Institute sanitary fill system of disposing of garbage. Tra
Little Interest Shown Bobbie L. Shaller J T.
Pollard,
McClellan at 3 Sat .
leave Ft p.m. premises. wick will spray to get rid of flies and rats.
rday, arriving in. Starke at 7:45 (MrS.) Herman W. Blankenship; I
John D. Anderson: Robert V.
Elections
a.m. Sunday. In Two Forthcoming City ,
Co. B. traveling by' truck con Turner, Jack R. Smith, Howard Childrens GroupTo RAINBOW AT MIDNIGHTReading Pickett ReturnsTo
I Smith Jr.. A. Y. Covington any
voy will arrive In Camp Blandingsome Thus far the forthcoming city (two seats) which will be filled Mack S.Futch.. Fire DepartmentC.
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time Sunday afternoon. elections have evoked little Interest bythe voters on Sept. 8. August These Veterans have until July Seek Funds,

on the part of the public. 18 is the deadline for qualifyingas 30 in,which to complete the application a newspaper by the scared me most to death". One ofl W. Pickett, one time Chiefof
Methodist MenThe light of the sun at midnight may the party killed a caribou soon Starke's fire fighters, is back
There have been few new regis- a candidate in the city election. blanks furnished them and
For EmergenciesThe sound like one of Dagwood's famous after that, however, and they din-I with the department, succeeding
Starke Methodist Men'sClub submit back 'to the*Vet ranS Ad-
trations, although the books open- election extending =
The on 1
special dreams-but it is just one of ed on the liver one night and enjoyed Perry Kite Jr., who recently re-
will have its monthly fellow ministration. The
application'will
ed on:July 1; Registration books city limits of Starke seems to the many odd experiences that steaks for breakfast the i l signed.
the recreation hall then be acted
on
ship'supper'in approximately Bradford County Children'sCommittee ''
will close on August 8. be attracting little attention with Bert Newcomb. son of Mr. and next morning.One Pickett resigned a year or so
on Monday evening, Jul20, at three weeks after they are!: met Monday noon at I''I
7:30 it was announced this No candidates have qualified: as only about a dozen persons registering II I I Crescent Court with 18 member Mrs. G. S. Newcomb of Starke'l of the survey groups also I ago to accept employment in Mi
p.m. filed.A. will have to remember had an unhappy experience with: ami. This week he said, "I'm gladto
week by G. T. Huggins, president(yet for the offices of Mayor, Chiefof for the purpose of votingon J. Thomas Jr., County Serv- present. The chairman, Rev.. T. :summer in Alaska with a U. S'I a big brown bear when they Carelessly be back in Starke. This Is the
this issue. ice Officer, stated that he had assisted G. Mitchell, presided over the
Clerk and Council
of, the group. Police qty Coast & Geodetic Survey party. I: left some meat hanging in best part of the state for contented
12 local veterans duringthe meeting.
Bert a U of F engineering stud- I their tent. The bear smelled the : living."
week in R. O. Hutchison, who recently
past filing requestsfor
I ent, writes the home folks that meat tore a big hole in the rear I D. W. Carpenter is Chief of the
application blanks. Thomas resigned as a welfare worker in
tI. .2 urged all veterans interested in this 'county, stated that he had he is about to get used to sleep- of the tent and went inside. While!t department and tne third full-
: ; j9R ing in broad daylight-since the around the animal broke}
I. r home loans to contact him and enjoyed his association with theChildren's I orowling time employee is Fireman .1. R.
1 K make request for application Committee and expressed sun never sets at this time of ,I the tent's center pole and everything Mott
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year-but he can't get overa .
New blanks. the need for additional workers just I I fell down on top of him.
Ngini funny feeling when he looks out'That made Mr.Bear. lose his temp- L. O. Hazen, chairman of the
will be
in the county, since there
and sees a rainbow in the sky at t r so he simply tore everything to Council's safety committee, said
only one left in the field after
River Massey To Conduct this week. He said that the comparatively 12 o'clock at night. pieces. He broke one cot completely ,,that. the return of Pickett means

Extension CourseIn low salaries paid for The ground began to thaw outa in half pnd made scrap iron that the city'will have one experienced

little around the, middle of June, of the stove. 'Tm sure not leaving :
this work make it hard to find % I fire:! fighter on duty at
Business Here Bert but after monthof meat around tent to be I
Church qualified persons willing to serve says, about a any my I. 'J',".'"...
all times. .
so-called "warm" weather bear," Bert.
Dr. Florence Jennings, youth it smiled by any says I I

Massey Business College of counselor and visiting teacher, reported will begin to freeze up again. The old saying that necessity is 1 I .
Jacksonville announces the -
opening that three underprivilegedchildren Even during the -arm spell the the mother of invention was demonstrated -i
120 extension school in
__ of an will attend summer camp ground still remains frozen solid once again when Bert I Thanks

Starke just as soon as a suffici- through the efforts of the com- about 8 to 10 inches under the and his tent mate ran out of i ,
'nt number of students can be
mittee.A surface. This causes the men in bread and got a hankering for I

Years ; enrolled and other arrangements committee composed of Mrs. the survey party a great deal of some hot biscuits. "We took the I Ir

j p completed. Edward Burns, Mrs. E. L. Mc-'trouble because when a tent is I r pie plates and put one right side I I Mr. Andreu

This is the first time in its near- Knight and Jack Trawick was appointed ,erected over the ground, the, permafrost :up in a frying pan. The other we'

Old 'v 60 years of successful opera- to investigate the possi- as they call it, begins!:.put over the first, but upside : "I want you to help me sell

tion'in Jacksonville that the well- :bilities of setting up a revolvingfund melting and seeps up through the down. This way the pan didn't get my pears again this year," said

''pown school has gone into the I to take care of emergency i floor. That 'means that everythingthen so hot that -the biscuits burned,:I Ira \V.f\ndreu when he calledat

field to offer its secretarial and cases that come to the, attentionof has to be moved to a new and they turned out Just as brown The Telegraph office Saturday .

general,\ office courses.V. Dr. Jennings, welfare workers, spot. "But I don't mind, becauseat and tasty as you'd want. to place a classified: ad In.

K. Moore representative of' or members of the committee. The least it breaks the monotony," When it comes to weather, Bert
i this issue of the paper.
he school states that a survey'I several local organizations and Bert says. will take Florida every tme.! Up
"You know The Telegraph
made here convinced officials of such funds where he stationed -I ,
I I churches having at Bert's first encounter with a at Hopi Range was

he need of this training in the their disposal will be asked to caribou came when he went down a while, things were so I really circulates far and wide,"

Starke area and that a sufficient pool their funds and make them to a snowbank to get some snow, bad (including rain, fog, "and I Sir. Andrra said. "Just one

Once again this Sunday folk from far and i number of persons would be in- readily available for emergencieswhere to melt for drinking water; He I I don't know what all") that it! Tittle ad sells more pears for

near will make their annu'&t pilgrimage 'to a crested in taking it. investigation discloses a ran up on one of the huge animals j took him and his companion four me than I could get rid of Into

little frame church house and tree-shaded: I I t Offering the course In Starke I genuine need.A by mistake and "the fool thing I I days to do four hours work. I. years. Last year I had people

cemetery in the western part of Bradford "rill b** a ?teat convenience to I committee composed of Rev. coming for pears from all
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C.lmt)'. *h< nubIle since many persons who Wm. McAliley, School SupervisorP. around folks I didn't even

Time was when It was known as Rattlesnake would like this training cannot I T. Nolin. and Mrs. R. A. Green, Alarm Needless For Welfare ClientsIn know read the paper."

Church, and some old-timers still refer afford the expense of commuting was appointed to investigate vio- .

i v living in Jacksonville while lations of the law If any, where
( name
to It

that For close
by : e\en today.
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Thanks, }Ir, Andreu, for avery
the welfare of children is concerned Notices of of Rolls
H ihe Xt'Rlnr swamp and at certain time I taking it. Telling Opening
St. I, This- would ''nciuae me nice compliment -and you
of the year the snakes "start rralin&1aDy The Massev school has been
I teaching the famous Speedwrittng sale of beer or' other alcoholic The office of Clerk of the Cir- the lists were secret and could not ire exactly right. Our classified -
a rattler has been killed In the rbuf'bsrd .
or la the nearby cemetery +. f system o.f shorthand for more drinks to minors, theoperation of cuit Court reports that there has be een by the public. j ad users frequently express

I than four years with remarkable "jooks" closer than the specified been some disturbance among There are no restrictions on who surprise when replies to
But the real name: officially listed U the
success. The new system is steadily distance from churches and welfare clients due to the notice, may see the list, but the law their classified ads come notonly
New Rher Church and the' date of
Baptist I
Its founding 1833 makes It one of the .s M gaining in popularity and the schools, the sale of beer on Sun- ,that was mailed out by' the State prohibits them being used for from Bradford County, but

school now has many more students .days, and the admitting of minors ,with their' July checks. from distant part of I
oldest, if not the oldest Baptist Churches In political or commercial purposes.This some
I taking Speedwriting than to pool rooms. If any violationsare The notice simply stated that
Florida, or even tome far-away
Florida. the list of welfare clients has been means that a candidate for
Gregg. .1.1I I
discovered the committee will For instance advertiser
Jtate. one
Thl. Sunday July 19- morning n-k-K at Persons in this area interested filed in the clerk's office and Is public office may not use the list
the rbul't'bm be conducted by the pastor, I I make recommendations to city and of syrup received a
in enrolling in the course may open for inspection by the public. as a basis for a mailing list for I
Re\, Truby Parrish. and there will be the county officials, it was said., nice order from North Carolina.Ye .
.a ;contact Mr. Moore, registrar, at This announcement does'not' in campaign' literature. Nor mayanyone'go
traditional "dinner on ,the grounds" beginning I the Hotel. The Telegraph does
Magnolia the to tJi i rolls to draw
any way effect the status of upa
afternoon Our classified ad
about 1 o'clock. During the 4-H Boys Club get around!

the Bradford-Union Singing Convention will i; welfare client or his or her check list of prospects for nursing wction can do the frame job
Fancher Retires
Capt. I
take over and the sound of .old, familiar I 1 'I County Agent G. T. Huggins and is. no cause for alarm,. it was home care or other services appealing for you that it b doing for Mr.

kyrnns will fffl the,air. Typical of the old graves in the P. D. Fancher, for 20 years and about 25 4-H Boys Club members pointed out. ,to the aged or blind. A.ntn.ad other regular users.

\\hen that first little band of early settlerssuet cemetery, are these, twin tombstones I captain of the guards_at the StatePrison i, from Bradford County are The welfare list filed in the Illegal use of the names is a Got something you don't need I

In IMS to dray a church constitution standing In the shade of an here misdeameanor the want to get rid of? Just
up Raiford. has retired and spending this week at the 4-H clerk's office on July 1 in: .and 'subjects, -- sad I
the meeting wa -thrown into confusion at ancient cedar tree. They mark: I with or'three place a classified ad In Tfce-
act violator to fine of $300
accordance passed by a
Is making his home in Starke. HeMs Camp .on Cherry Lake in Madison an I
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Indian alarm and broke np" There'll BO the resting places j months both**. Telegraph and. watch the re
the last legislature making"the imprisonment J
danger of such a calamity at the old church the McKinney family, early set-: been connected with the prison County. ? i

this Sunday. tiers of tae New River section. l system in Florida-for 33 years,IThey will return to 6tarke at welfare lists in.each county avail- A revised list will be filed with I suits 1

.in county and state office noon Saturday. able, for inspection. Heretofore, the clerk every_ quarter ': j

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
PAGE TWO FRIDAY JULY 17. 1953
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W"> 'E. L. MATTHEWS TTTTT7TTTFVTTTTTTTTTTTTKeystone Esther WilliamsIn
BRADFORD
,. thn'iAvi Florida Film
Heightsby
EDITOR *>
COUNTY
t- oiNT Esther Williams and Fernando
w Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AA TBus1Ntss
1i PUBLISHER Lamas are teamed for the first
TELEGRAPH SCHOOL
!: .' time in the new technicolor musical -

( .' MASTHEAD "Dangerous When Wet",
THE SAME
FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER Election
OLDEST peeb11
f I showing at the Florida: Theatre
Post Florida, under Tony Baker and IlarJ' Owenby and Also included
'Published Friday and entered as ascend class matter at the Office at Starke I Sunday Monday. -
i every were elected as city councilmen
I| in the cast are headliners
the Aet of March 3,1879.
in a special election held
Tuesday: Jack Carson Charlotte Green-
.:.. to fill the vacanie3 left by the wood, and Denise Darcel.
ASSOCIATION FOR
NATIONAL EDITORIAL
R FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER (
z_ MEMBER recent"resignations of C. L. Sipe
Fresh from her hit in "Million
and Dewey Willis. No one had
:
I: qualified as a candidate for the Dollar Mermaid. Miss Williams : STARKE
Our 75th Year
We Enter Upon office of Town.Marshall, but Wm. again plays a girl on the crest of
the waves, but this time the

f- 'With this issue The Telegraph enters upon and will practice that tolerance towards "lo Lee fill was the elected vacancy by left write-in by the vote re- water's the English Channel.l : FLORIDA
political opponents which we regard as one Complications ensue
f- its 75th year of continuous publication. signation of Bill Dermody I
of the essentials of the conservatism whichis meets a romantic Frenchman who
r Mingled feelings of pride and humility Rotary Fi>h Fry
I break but
causes her to training
of true Democracy"Were
add another birthday the synonym The Rotary ClUb will close the
predominant as we
are all ends happily in the exciting
a to ah unbroken series that has already .... proud to say that insofar as we 1[swimming program which has I Ii finale with Esther conquering the

'brought The Telegraph the distinction Florida of being have been able to determine, The Telegraph.been i I,with a under-fish fry way at for the two beach weeks tonight Channel and the man of her Masey Business College
in
the oldest weekly newspaper has never departed far from these principles (Friday). Serving will startat dreams.

published continuously under the same mast- so well expressed by Col. Moore in our first \ 6 p. m.Catholic .

head. issue. I I Club Bazaar I Valuable Wax FoundIn I

In that very first issue, laboriously bornon Although entering upon our 75th year of j The Catholic Club Bazaar, being -. Spanish Moss Will open an Extension School in Starke just as soon as a

Washington hand press on the third publication, The Telegraph will not actuallybe held'for the benefit of the sufficient number is enrolled, books and equipment received
Col. W. W. Moore, building fund, will start at noon under I ,
; 1879
Saturday in July, old until July of 1954. Upon Experiments currently
75 years Saturday, July 18, in and other arrangements completed.
the Woman's
founder of The Telegraph, wrote: that happy occasion we hope to publish an I", *ay in the University of Florida'sCollege
Club. There will be games, grab of Pharmacy iudlcats
\. "With the'experience of the past, ana the anniversary edition that will recapture to I p bag, and fish pond, and a ham there is a valuable wax in Spanish

.} outlook of the future, and entering as we some extent the picturesque past of Starke 'supper will be served from 5:30 Moss which may soon become ,

| trust, permanently, or for a long tbnt', into and Bradford County, both in picture and to 8 p. m. Everyone is invited. commercially important in the I
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newspaper life, Iwe deem It our duty tot in text Y Mayor and Mrs. H. L. Morgan manufacture of floor and furni- Day & Night SchoolWe

j.l espouse the cause of the National Demo- Worthy of note, we think is that The Jr. and family have returned froman ture waxes.

cratlc Party and the prospective nominations Telegraph is observing its 74th birthday enjoyable three weeks' vaca- Wax content of freshly gatheredmoss
week that the ancient New tion spent with friends and rela- is about five cent of theplant's
; of that party as more conducive to the during the same tives in per
Maryland Delaware, and
.j interests of all sections of.the country than River Baptist Church observes its 120th.I New Jersey. Upon their return weight and is easily puri-
fied and imparts a hard glossy
any other course. We shall endeavor, however From'Florida's oldest continuously- trip they stopped in Spartanburg finish to woodwork and leather,

so to conduct The Telegraph as to published weekly newspaper to Florida'soldest S. C. and Mary Ann Morgan remained !comparable to commercial waxes. ,
allay rather than foster bitter political strife. Baptist Church congratulations! fora week's visit with The abundance of Spanish Mossin have been teaching the MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE -

Ann Vandiver. The two girls ar- famous SPEEDWRITING
the South and the proximity of
rived here by plane this week has been training its
the supply may make it profitablefor shorthand for over four years. .
and Ann is the
: now of
I: Significance! of The Beria Purge guest Mary I some industrial organization "SPEEDWRITING is not new, students for office positions
'Ann.Mr. Ito I investigate the plant for a new
\. and Mrs.: G. E. Wiggins source of wax, say the University but it has had a tremendous for 59 years. Some of the
Whether the purging of Lavrenti P. Beria, Turkey and Yugoslavia.: The old bellicose have, gone to Greer, S. C. Mrs. scientists. I gainin popularity in the last
former Deputy Premier and head of the attitude of .Russia toward both these coun- Wiggins will go on later to Norfolk I II most successful business men

secret police in the USSR, bodes good or tries had become a waste of time so now ,'Va. to visit her daughter I Bonzo ComedyAt four years. We now have and women in Florida have

evil for the rest of the world remains, to be anew policy seems in the making. Anne. many more students taking
4. Drastic reversals of policy in Hungaryand I Bob Morgan and Dickie Siprelle Park Sunday"Bonzo SPEEDWRITING than Gregg. graduated from MASSE,
i are spending this week at the
seen.Whatever
the ultimate effect, however, Czechoslovakia.!
I Good Council Camp of the Catholic -.. Goes to College", new
fact remains: the "liquida- 5. A new doctrine of or committee I
one significant jp-oup Church at Floral City. screen comedy coming to the Park
tion" of Beria is one in a series of incidents responsibility "as distinct from Stalin's type Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonaldand Theatre Sunday and Monday, details -- INVESTIGATEWE .

indicating that profound internal changesare of one-man rule. children spent the weekend the zany experiences of an -

taking place inside the Soviet Union. It is pointed out the unrest "of some here with Mrs. Sara McDonald.A educated chimpanzee who runs GUARANTEE RESULTS AND
As analyst Joseph C. Harch recently proportions has taken,place through almost I card. from Mrs. S.A. Williams away from a carnival and becomesa SHOW PROOF!

In this change : in Columbus, Ohio says she will football star.'Supporting .
other are
pointed out, steps the entire belt of Soviet statellite nations.
1. A softer Russian policy toward East Events in Poland have been violent. The be home soon. Bonzo, the educated .
Mrs. Paul Holl entertained witha chimp, are such well known actorsas i
Germany, in spite.of the June 17 uprisingand extent of the setbacks, to Soviet power is
bridge party last Friday night. Maureen O'Sullivan Charles
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subsequent work slowdowns. and. sit- impressive.Paul Drake. Edmund Gwenn Gigi Per- HOW TO ENROLL WHO SHOULD ENROLL
down strikes by East German workers. In -- --- ---
Wohl, another foreign correspondent, i Dog Tracks Appeal, reau, and Gene Lockhart.
Stalin's day such defiance of Moscow's marks the I Remember this is an Extension School. The demand for
observes that: "From everywhere behind the This film return to stenographers and
Increased Tax .
authority would have been expunged ruth 'Iron Curtain the screeching of the wheelsof the,screen of Miss O'Sullivan afteran All students start on the opening day secretaries is so great that graduatesor

lessly and instantly Soviet economy can be heard loudest, Two Florida, dog tracks have absence of several years. She night. No one can be accepted after have the choice of many positions.

*2. Russia's obvious interest in a Korean of course from the statellite countries which .appealed to the courts to declare boasts the distinction of having the opening date. Further only 25 can

truce. While some observers doubt their cannot be sealed off tight the Soviet unconstitutional the new law giving more children than any other film be accepted because of teacher load. If .
sincerity, others think the Russians realize Union. as 0 as I I. the state a larger share of star, having a total' of seven, you want to take a course, :you should Who should be interested inSPEEDWRITING,

by now that while Stalin might have been ,, I I dog track revenue. ranging in age from 14 years to not delay one moment. but call on or
Thus when fitted into this chain of events months.
able to extract ultimate advantage for the The suit filed in the Leon County eight see Mr. V. K. Moore, at once and make
USSR out of the Korean war, his successors the purging of Beria has added significancein : Circuit Court contends that I reservation. Tuition not payable until

evidently can't On $ie contrary, the fight spite of Russian denials of any internal the new law and increased fate.. Recent BirthDr. I school opens but reserve your seat in 1. General office workers.

ing caused American rearmament, made deterioration is -unconstitutional arbitrary, un- advance to be sure of a place. 2. Medical and dental secretaries.A .
China a.less manageable puppet on Russia's Be that as it may, the free world cannot I reasonable and discriminatory as and Mrs. Seymour R. L
it will primarily affect the reve- Marco announce the birth of a short, intensive to 3. Typists
course upgrade
Russian
eastern flank, and carried always 'the risk afford to sit by and wait for the :
nues of only eight of the 14 dog son, Michael Austin on Tuesday,
of general war. Therefore, thinks Harsch collosus to crumble of its own weight.Beria's you in your present position or secure 4. Receptionists.
tracks operating in the state. The July 14, in St. Vincent's Hospital, better
.
of Moscow decided to cut their purging mean a softer Russian a one. i
the new men may Volusia Kennel Club, Daytrau Jacksonville. Mrs. Marco and in-
losses and get out. policy, or it may mean just the opposite.We Beach and the Biscayue Kennel fant son will return to their homeon All students can take advantage of our 5. Switchboard operators.

3. Resumption of diplomatic relations with must be prepared for any eventuality. I Club, Miami, joined in the action. Kingsley Lake this weekend. FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE in 6. Students at-- college.e-..

NOTICE TO APPEAR Divorcehas 3 day-of August. 1953; ._ 1i I Jacksonville) Fla. At the present time
aae<<
!. Clrratt C..rt. Bradford Co..tr, been filed against you ,in the otherwise the allegations of said we have 10 jobs for graduate. 7. Reporters and writers.
FI.rldai I. CIa.a< Francis M C. Brown. Plaintiff, vs. you are required to serve a copy of by you. From where I sit Joe \ 8. Professional men .
i and women.
_.ly
Hazel V. Brown. Defendant. your answer or pleading to the This notice snail ee published \ Marshii
Case No. 5599N complaint on the Plaintiff's moe each week for four consecutive
.tlt* T* Appear. Attorney Joseph K. Skipper, 221 week In the Bradford County Tele- i 9. Wives of young professional business -
To; Hazel V. Brown, whose residence Graham Building;, Jacksonville. grxnh. 1 NO TEDIOUS MEMORY
and add res.. U: Morristown Florida Dated this 27 day of June. 1953. 1 men.
New York. and/He the original in the office of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyBy 1
You art hereby notified that a the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk3 WORK Age No Obstacle 10. Wives of service men.
cult for or before the :/ 4t 7/24 An Honest Night's Sleep'

--- I Many people who have been out of 11. Married women who want to pre

: .' \ -.--- school for some time say: "I want to pare for a position quickly.

.J/ Slim Johnson, just back from a From where I sit, running a I prepare quickly.: I can't see another 12.' Teachers.

IN. MOIILGAS AmericasTop business trip, tells about a hotel hotel on the honor system showsa year or more in school Isn't there ,
something that I can take and be ready' 13. Club
he stayed at one night. real trust in people.And people women,to Jake notes.
ECONOMY RUN : "I hit town late and went rightto always appreciate being trusted. for a job quick?" Yes there is. .
14.
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the desk,but there was a sign personal preference is a kind of a few weeks. Call. Investigate. in their present positionsor

f 8 that said: 'Gone to bed. Rooms trust too-trusting in his good secure a better one.
judgment. I like a temperate
when
$3. Take a key. Pay you
conomy leave. Sleep Well.' glass of"beer occasionally, you
prefer buttermilk, but let'shope
;: "Upstairs, the room was real may neither of us "registers" a SECRETARIAL COURSE General OFFICE COURSE
clean the bed comfortable, and I -.8.
complaint against the other. )
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VTI YYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyI. sweet potato patches; each of
MH VI HHIHBHBHH HBHH B H l
-" y them bought potato vines from us
'} SERVICE MEN LAWTEY% last week.
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We have been informed that 1 prefer
EARLGroceriesMeatsFeed
Clifton Carter was on the sick
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t I list improved last week.by now.We hope he is much

Ada Godwin is on the sick list
I The Br A. Massey family spent
too. We Cokewiflifoodwhy
I hope she too is
the first week of their vacation in feeling ,
"", Pvt., Waltch Tomlinson, son ofMr much better by this time.
Barwick, Ga.: with Mr. Massey'sparents
.. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson of We were told that the revival
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Massey -
3 Starke, recently arrived in Japanfor I was well attended ---
i at the Ebenezer -
and last
,. week they were with
, COCK'S duty with the 1st Cavalry Di- church. We did not get to attend ,
, .1 Mrs. Massey's parents Mr. and And not?Coke has beenl
vision. He. was previously stationed any due to the condition of moth- "
MrsL.. B. Hogue, at Bonita .
at Fort Belvoir 'Va. The 1st er's health. \\ \
Springs..: During his vacation Mr.
the favorite of four
Calvary Division was rotated A few generations -.
Massey was relieved at the depot nights ago about nine ____ :;oar
" from Korea late in 1951 after 17
o'clock ?
Mr. Godbolt our dogs ran out barking, i
by : and Mr. Green. Its
> of Americans.
months of combat. ?
we went to see what ..
, Edward Lee Massey had charge, was so im- J
, i of the services at Faith Baptist i portant with them, they had two lull n ', .
flavor
Church during his father's vaca-: coons up one tree. I shot both I 1 unique, delightful .
coons out of .....
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the tree
the first ;
tion. Mr. Massey is the pastor of, b
the Church. I one wasn't dead when it hit the I blends perfectly with good ..

Mrs Fred Moore, Mrs. ground our old 'dog jumped on it
Joyce
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to finish to eat.
killing it and one of the things
Miss Julia
; 1-2 Mile:From Starke Limits North Futch. Mary Futch puppies jumped in to
City y. .and Terry Futch attended the Re- help. Nig,
the puppie grabbed hold
vival at 'the of thcoon's
Hampton Baptist
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f 1 Phone neck and held on until Mr.:
Church during the week.
FOR FRI. SAT. JULY 17. ft I i Coon was done for. We have Hoper ;
Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mrs. Effie
Minner were visiting relatives and of making a good con dog of this )
one
.friends in St. Augustine last Sunday -

S.W.. 'Warren L. Boatwright son of I afternoon.

Mrs. Effie Boatwright of Lawtey I Walter Terry of Chattahoochee
h
; S UGARSLbs .39C is at present serving with the r is visiting his nieces Miss Eliza- fa.m\\' :

80th Marine Corps in Korea. ,,beth this week.Terry and Mrs. Joyce Futch : fJ

CpL Henry .Williams, son of I r
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ponds and
Mrs. Sarah Williams of Lawtey, I children of Tallahassee were visi- \ r
: 3." '' 49SALE 1. returning to the U. S. after :ting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. :: _
PURE LARD
!iving with the 45th Infantry I Bryant Reddish, during the week ed LL
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Division :n Kove.i. He. has been in -
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Korea since May 1952 as a member end.Mrs.. Susie Norman and Mrs.L, .
SALE of the 179:i Regiment's Medical M. Sponholtz and children of Jack- ?
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Tc.., and iui been awarded the sonville were guests of the 0. J.

Purple Heart for wounds received Phillips' family last Monday.Mr. F
: TETLEY JU action and the Combat Infantry and Mrs. G. W. Sapp an- _

Pkg'f54 Badge. He participated in nounce the arrival of a son, Geo- 'c-':
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56CBlue rumerpus! heavy: combat actions rge. Ronald on July ,10 at Doc- : _
TEA BAGS including the battles: for T-Bone tor's Clinic 1 Starke.' (_Ic

" .. .. Hill last summer. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crews and
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I,' son Rickey of Indian Rock Beach CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON Grocers

, RoseRICE were recent guests of Mr, Crews'
: parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.- R. about this questionIf 'I A ; II now featuring

Crews.. Miss Hilda Crews, who has
5lbs s. 67C been visiting with the H.I C. a driver has an accidentand _____ i

Crews family, returned to her does not hav Auto
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; home here. Miss Linda Crews is
Liability Insurance. must he.
Y. spending ,her vacation with her
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WHITE brother and family at Indian post a bond or deposit

, Rock. $11,000 with the State Trea-

POTATOES li 29C Bill Bigham, president of the surer; or show $40,000 net .
; Santa Fe Telephone. Co., and Mr. L Take enough home
Abrams were. here Tuesday in worth, to avoid losing his / .
Pfc Levy B. Nookieli) Norman,
of the. telephone driver's license? today ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Levy Normanof the interest project PirPPr ,
GOOD RIPE in the Lawtey community. i
I Route 2. Stark 3, recently spenta -
IT. Dixon and son Billie of Haley- / '
leave at his home here. Nor-
ville Ala.'are visiting Mr. Dixon's
.
25C man entered Ihe servica on Jan.
BANANAS2Lbs Mr. and :Mrs. W. R. Dix-
7, 1953 and was sent to Ft. Eus- parents Charley E. Johns :

3s, Va. where he took his basic on, for several days. .
Mrs. Mae Wells has as her
training, a special course;; in M. 55HH.
Mrs. Jack Bales and daughters -
0. S. (heavy truck convoys), andis guest ,
from Daytona
I now permanently stationed as & Son Agency OTTIEO UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COIA COMPANY ITSTARKE
company clerk of the 17th Trans. E. L. Massey, "who has been
, studying here under his father, COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
r SWAXNod Heavy Truck Co., 2nd Army Di-
vision. His wife, Margaret, returned goes to Waldo today (Friday) to: Phone 13 Starke, Fla. '"Coke"it a registered trade-mark. \ W3.THE COCA-COIA COMPANY
with him. Before entering take his first job as clerk with I.

(!( TOILETSOAP (' the service, Pvr Norman was employed -! the Seaboard. I ITT AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANOW

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\ ,<. white.-.I fragrant.T.f floating\ William T.-Murrhee Jr., Seaman T YTY TTY TYY I

USN, son of \V,- T. Murrhre BRANCHby ,
r\T 54IJ. of Route 2. Stark was amcng LONG
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the inen\ of Fighter Squadron 51 x L
\ : .i who arrived :n San Diego, Cslif.' Mrs. J. L StricklandtAAAAAAAAjjAAAAAAAAAAAAAj_ t .. ] !' C"".: "" ,: MUSCLES. S
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after seven jnonths of combat duty We are rather elated at this .5 ?\
in Korean 'waters.Lt. time due to the fact one of our '
daughters and her family Mr. and
C Commander 'Oliver: S. Bur- Mrs. Bulrie Lioutz from Fayette- Ford Master-Guide

for 15Yellow nette, husband of the former Miss ville, N. C. came in to see us last a
4 Mary E. Wynn of Stavke, was Sunday and are spending a few

among a group of 241 Navy of- days with us. We haven't seen !

ficers receiving diplomas recently these folks for almost five years, +E .
from the U. S. Naval War College so if this news sounds a little the last word in C

Newport, R! I. Before enter- "off just say it is from joy from
ing the War Collage lie served having our loved ones with us
Rose with the Air Anti-Submarine again. Master-Cuide applies hydraulic steering power auto.Steeringmatically .

Squadron 31/Atlantic Fleet. Mrs. Grace Lang returned home and in varying degrees as required ,
''FLOUR'2SLbs. $1.8SUNSPUN last week from visiting relativesnear Power !
Pvt. Oliver Aspinwall of Starkeis Tampa.Mr. steering linkage, close to the wheels. At
now stationed at Fort
Jackson
time the system serves as a hydraulic shock
S., C. His address is: Co. K, 61st and Mrs. Crews and Mr.
Inf. Regt and Mrs. Mays finished buying our absorber to keep road jars and jolts from your hands.

fruit jars we have for sale, all c : .5 Asa result all you do is guide the caT .Master
Pvt. E. except some pints, have few of 1'f "" '
Bottle Gene Watson, son of a
Guide supplies the muscles.
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15C Mr. and Mrs. Flake Watson of Jhem left. Believe me we,are gladto :, -'. : '
CATSUP -
Graham, recently arrived in Alaskafor get these things out of our wayas I

I duty with Headquarters Company we do not intend to use them .
i at Fort Richardson. He was any more, no need to for just the

previously stationed at Fort Jackson two of us, both families are gone, t
WE HAVEFROZEN S. C. with the 23rd Anti- so what is the use of canning so S'

aircraft Artillery Battalion. Unitsin much we' do not. need? We hope : .-:: :

Alaska are receiving intensive these folks have great success -:: : ,
field training while providing with their canning.
FOODS F S ..; "a\
security for the northern approaches Mr. Jim Godwin and Harvey y i .r

,I, to Canada and the U. S. Padgett are planning on small J 1 'a, .yi yYby
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JTLY 17, 195S
Pastor And Wife I -
Young People's
Rally i
Honored At SupperBy I At Brooker ChurchThe I| T \1

MethodistsThe .At. I
New River Association W. ... ". .
Methodist Recreation Hall M. U. Young People's Rally was
. held at the. Brooker
was the scene of a delightful Baptist
covered dish supper Wednesday Church last Friday with Miss
.Gladys Mooty evening of last week given by Kathryn Harrell giving the wel-
Phone 35 members of the. congregation come and Miss Helen Haines in

honoring Rev. and Mrs. ThomasG. charge of the song services. The
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Mitchell Rev. Mitchell was morning devotional was given by

Junior Club Enjoys' Mjs. O. .L.: Haynes, Jr. recently reappointed for the fourth Mrs. J. W. Thomas. /1
Talks
were given by
year by the Florida Conference as Wayne
Swimming PartyAt Is Honor Guest pastor of the Starke church. Thomas and Glenda Parker on

Kingsley Lake At Lovely PartiesMrs. The long tables in the hall were. "What My Christian Lift Means For Outdoor
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overlaid with white linen cloths to Me". Eating ( 4t'

Members of the Junior Womans O. L. Haynes Jr. was the and held bouquets of mixed sum-! The G. A. girls from Starke

Club ,met at the .KIngsley Lake guest of.' honor last ,Saturday mer flowers at intervals.. Other gave their coronation service with
home of Mrs. H.-H. Adams Thursday morning at a Coca-Cola party pedestal baskets of seasonal Mrs. Jo Ella Hardee in charge. A & P CRUSHED OR SULTANA
flowers Miss Mary Gould, a missionary, SLICED
afternoon of last week for a from 10:30: to 12:30: o'clock given were placed to advantage
swimming party and fried chicken by Mrs O. L. Haynes. The resi- throughout the hall and in the gave an interesting talk.
lobby for the occasion.T. Luncheon was served by the
luncheon. dence of the hostess at 301 S.
After swimming the members Water street was the party setting. H. Slade served as master of I Brooker ladies.
were served *a buffet luncheon Pink roses and pink carnations' ceremonies and presented GeorgeT. The afternoon devotional was No. 2
from a long table set up on.the! were used in decorating the home Huggins who gave the welcoming given by Rev. Burgess. Pineapple
Mrs.
J. W. Thomas
front lawn which )Vas overlaid I for the occasion with a graceful address followed by the response presidedover CanSilver
the business
session
at which
by Rev. Mitchell.A .
with a white linen cloth and centered bouquet attractively arranged in time
with yellow marigolds. The a silver bowl used; as the center- trio composed of the Misses the nominating committee lY f..
presented the names of the W. M.I
Judy Green Phoebe Green
and
piece of the serving table. The
guests ate their lunch on the dock. U. Associational
The Adams porch overlooking the table was covered with a hand- Ann Johns sang "Ivory Palaces" new year. officers for the I

r lake, was attractively decorated made lace cloth and balancing the I accompanied by Mrs. L. J. Greenat The meeting was adjourned with I
for the occasion. with a lovely; centerpiece were four single silver the piano, preceding the group prayer. *i Skillet '
bouquet of roses and tall basketsof I candle holders holding burn- singing led by George Huggins.The I I CORNED'r esh Fruits andVegetables
magnolia leaves. ing tall pink tapers. B.P.W.
Methodist To MeetThe '
M. Y. F. girls
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Mrs.
Among the guests were Mrs. Charley E. Johns greetedthe BEEF HASH bcan'23C
H. B. Peyton social chairman tlf; guests at the door and presented assisted in serving the approx- monthly meeting of the \
the Senior Club Mrs George them to the receiving line imately 150 guests. I BPW Club will be held Monday '
Roberts Jr. of Crescent City, composed of Mrs. 0. L. Haynes I, evening at 8 o'clock on the J. D..
Miss Nancy.Davis of Tallahassee, and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. Mrs.J. W.S.C.S. Notice ::1 Doyle lawn on 1 Lafayette street. i Marcal ColoredNAPKINS
W, Andrews invited the gueststo
Mrs. A. A. Kartsonis and Mrs.
The program will be "Health and .Sunkist
Aletha Fortunas. the refreshment table. AssistIng The Methodist W. S. C.,S. busi- Safety" with an appropriate I Large Juicy
Hostesses for the delightful in serving were Mrs.. H. H. ness and program meeting will speaker. I 1
affair were: Mrs. John Deas, Mrs. Adams Mrs. H. P. Silcox Mrs. r 19' 0z
Hostesses will be. LEMONS
be. held Monday at 3:30: o'clockin Ruth Broad 19C
John Torode Mrs. N. B. Rosier Charles Darby and Mrs.* A. N. the church. way and Pearl Colson.
Mrs. J. T. Moore Mrs. Ralph Holliday r
Dixon Mrs/J.T.Stewart and Mrs.I Mrs. 0,. L Haynes, Jr. was presented I
W. L Colseff I I with the sugar and creamer I ALL DAY SATURDAY Sweet Vine Ripe
of her chosen china pattern

B.P.W.)Delegates from the her occasion.hostess in remembranceof i HONEY DEWS Each 39C

Attend District MeetMiss Among the 200 guests, were
Mrs. C. H.Grant Mrs. C. H.:Grant, FreeJSHELDON
Delia Rosenberg, Assistant Jr. and Miss Ruth Smith of Jack- Cuban
District 3-4 Director, and Mrs. sonville.' $ JONES

Desta DyaIM. president' of the Miss Ruth Smith of Jacksonville minded-medal Want to present of the week the absent-to Bud noted these how days trim since Rhoda, she Dampier has been is For
Business & Professional A V
Starke 0
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; Lawson D 0 S 3 25C
for face with-
Woman's Club attended a dis- and Gainesville entertained at a washing his using that new roller-reducer that and the
trict program planning committee lovely tea Wednesday afternoonof \ out taking his glasses off ... hear her brother invented and sent to .
meeting in Jacksonville Saturday la t week honoring Mrs. O. L. Maggie Miller received a pleasant I her several weeks ago? if itl '
night.' Haynes, Jr,at Miss Smith's homeon (U; ). surprise Monday morning 'works I might borrow it myself. Golden.Ripe
Lake Bedford., when she opened her cash registerat The Al Hartmanns entertained
HILLBILLY
Meeting places and dates wereset the A&P and found afoot anda 30 HAYRIDERS Lb
guests at a delightful housewarming C
tentatively for the four meetinrs Garden flowers with pink pre-
half rat snake BANANAS S a
reposing there last Saturday night in 11 1
of the 1953-54 year. These dominating, were used in profusion \
will be held Sept. 13 in Gainesville throughout the home in decoratingfor a little prank played on her by I their lovely new home on N.;
. her boss ... said it ...
Maggie> might Temple avenue see Marian and .
the occasion. The tea table
Nov. 15 in Macclenny, Jan. CHOOSE
just as well have been a 5-foot Tommy Ritch and children have
31 with the Fernandina and Cal- was covered with a linen cutwork New White
cottonmouth moccasin to her
moved from.Jax out to their
cloth and centered with a summer -
lahan Clubs ai hostesses and in graceful
a.snake is a snake and it was no home on Lake "SUPER
Kingsley and
bouquet of pink gladioli in a
1854 withthe Jacksonville
April Beach Club. The Starke club! will silver container. Mrs. A. N. Hol- joke ... harassed housewives I will also occupy the Carrie Ritch ; POTATOES 10Lbs 39CJ
present one of the programs.It liday poured, punch and Miss needn't bother to( call on Eustis upstairs apt. on N. Cherry street RIGHT"
the Smith was assisted by her mother UcKnlght from now on to remove ... Patsy and Vernon Silcox and 1
voted to continue
was
Mrs. A. D. Smith of Jacksonville troublesome tomcats from Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Roberts of '
$25:) attendance prize to the club Jane Parker
their
neighborhood because from
in serving. Lawtey are occupying the Denmark MEATS
with the best average attendanceat ,
now on out McKnight and tomcatsare
cottage on Kingsley this
In remembrance of the ChocolateSquare
the four district meetings. The party
mortal enemies here's howit month ..: Hildarene Jackson returned 1J
Starke club' has won this award the honored guest received a gift I
all started, Mac was called I to her home in Baconton, f \ "For Greater Value
for the two of barbecue implements from her
past years. ,
over to the. W. Madison street area Ga. on Wednesday after visiting
Announcement was made of the hostess. to do away with a howling tom Flora and Susan Slade ..duck _More Economy .
state board meeting to be held in f cat and he, in the patrol car, put and Lucy Lewis of RaifonS are y
Tampa in August and of the regional -I Mr. And Mrs. Doyle the feline in the trunk and took enjoying the Shriners conventionand
conference to' be held in him out of the city limits to let festivities in LAYER
Hosts At Lawn up N. Y. this
Savannah,' Ga., also in August. Party him loos there; when McK openedthe week. .j! Super Right Ready to Eat '

Mr and birs:J, 'D. Doyle enter trunk he couldn't find the cat, The, Ford Manning family certainly j
Family GatheringAt tained at a delightful lawn party but did notice a small hole leadingup have had hospital-itis the I Lb .5

Green HomeThe Tuesday evening of last week to under the back seat; so he past couple weeks ... first on I PICNICS 43C CAKE
introduce Mrs. Doyle's two sisters went back into town and to a I July 7 Mrs. Manning went over to

Nelson Green home was Mrs. J. F. Robb of Charlotte, N. car upholstering shop to see it the Orange Park Medical Center i

the scene of a get-together Monday C. and Mrs. R. F. Prather of Jennings they could remove the seat to get where little Damon Leon was born Libbys PINEAPPLE
La. the cat out when they finally and on the little 3year1old I .
evening when members the who with their husbands same day Dressed and Drawn
Green family gathered in honorof have been visiting here. got the seat' out, they found the Brenda Manning was taken I Oz Can
their aunt. Mrs. Leah Stevensof Games were. played during the cat had worked hi?' war up into with a blood stream infection and ]I Lb JUICE J U I C E 46 28C

Tampa who had been here for a evening out on the lawn where the door paneling, so off came the rushed to the Alachua Hospital COLORED HENS 49C .
few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs tables and chairs were arranged door paneling too; and when thatcame where I'm happy to report she was
A. F. Saul under overhead lights. Those oft the cat jumped out side- ,released on Tuesday and getting : .
tracked his captors and ran down fine when she ANN PAGE
along
An outdoor picnic supper was winning prizes were C. S. Partin, was ad-
Mrs. R. F. Prather and Buck Ci' the. alley right back into the mitted "to the hospital the doctors
enjoyed with about 40 guests I \ 14-oz Bot
neighborhood where he was first put her on the critical list ... and Sugar Cured Top Grade
present. Rev and Mrs. T G. Home made ice cream and cake KETCHUP([ C 19C
caught all In all it cost the on Sunday, July 12, little Brady I .
Mitchell were also Jnvited to share were served during. the evening to
city $2 to the Allgood Sliced BREAKFAST
this happy occasion. the 25:) guests. get car put back Manning was admitted to the
into normal shape again ... the Alachua Hospital for tonsilitis but'!
moral of the story is "tie a can on released the same day, so I'm I White House Evaporated
-- 1.INTEGRITY .
the cat's tail and he will remove glad to say the whole family is B BACON C O N 69C '
himself from your neighborhoodfrom back at home again. I "c
now on" ... I've tried it, and On our birthday calendar we MILK 3r ans.31C
it works. find Marvin Brown celebrated his
V 14th anniv. on July 1 and brother, .
the
Attending Good Council: Quick-Frozen Boneless
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Camp at Floral City for two. Edwards, celebrated his 10th I or Self-Rising
of conduct and dealing with better weeks ,are Marvin Brown, Stevie i birthday on July 12 ... Bish I
t thoughtfulness and economy in all Simmons, Wayne. Begue and Billy Bishop was host to 23 of his RED PERCH Lb 25cfioa'
O'Hara ... was sorry to hear little friends at a birthday party I 5Lbs 33C
our serving: these niark the reputable that Syvie Paulk rec'd a bad cut celebrating his 7th anniversary on .

quality of, this well known firm. on her foot t'other day when she July 13 ... Nookie Wainwright I' ----- .
jumped off her dock onto a broken celebrated his birthday.July 14 at'
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bottle she's been hobblin' roundon a family dinner party; Hal Law-|

DeWITT, C. JONESPhone just crutches lucky that ever a local since doctor- was and wheeler son received on his a brand 7th birthday new two-on LIBBYS GARDEN SWEET CANDY BARS 6 For 23C

7' Starke, FU. wife were guests of the Paulks July 14, and Neal Phillips enter-
I tained a group of friends at
that a
evening and were able to
give Syvie immediate first aid and: swim party July 16 in celebration
.. 4 I! take four stitches in her foot ,.. of his 10th birthday ... Be sure PEAS 3c C303AN 1 19 Ann Page Honey 16-oz Jar or lb jar
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Funeral Director and follow the crowds down
Ambulance Service hear the Nat Dankels have, pur- to the
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chased the Jacob's house
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u to offer convenience ant Madison street and plan to move Baker and his Hill Billy Hayriderswho SANDWICH SPREAD D 19CLIBBYS
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PI 6 6 .. .. .6 I I Jack Miller'will b\* home Aug. 1st you all day ... Early f
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6.,'...... ,., '6" 611 d4 Jack's surprise going to when be in he for gets a home pleasant wore a handmade baby dress that Soap 4 for 36c Ivory 4 for 19c

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it 1",,' i -irr----a-rrrj-a--j--j-r--j-g---g---r raa_,., .--ggCINTHENCWS -, I weekend at Flager Beach visitingMr. I I sons, Tommy and David, spent j I Mrs. Eunice Newsome. is makingan YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVY.TVTV above named. Court and cause and capital 48,303.59

and Mrs. Talmadge. Van last week sightseeing in Florida I indefinite visit with her daughter you are required to serve a copy of

Sickle. and Georgia. They visited the Mrs. Robert Barrett in At- STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA your plaint answer on the or pleading Plaintiff to Attorney the com TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 313,672.14TOTAL

cteo jr : Mr. and Mrs. Luke Feeneyand State Caverns Park at Marianna, lanta, Ga Florida T. Frank Landrum Starke,

daughter, Karen and Mrs. J. also Okeefenokee. Swamp Park Mrs. W. T. Saxon of Oak- and file the original In the office of CAPITAL LIABILITIESAND ACCOUNTS -,

Adams visited Mr. and 1Irs..R. E. and St Simons Island, Ga. land Park was visiting Mrs. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on %,'H,8 O.U
Dowling in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Bertha Pearce on Medford cr before the 17 day of August 19>3; +This bank's capital con
on Sun- Doyle Conner returned Wednesday. Shealy, electrician who otherwise the allegations of said sists of:
day. home Saturday from the Friends of John Christensen has been convalescing of late is complaint will be taken as confessed Common stock with total

psssssrssssrrsrgpsj-ssar -tS. --- - srsssss- --- Mrs. Glen Conner served as pianist three weeks wedding trip in South will be happy to hear that he returned "back on the job" again and how by This you. notice shall be published par value of J50.000.00

Mrs. S. M. Jeffords and Martha I their. brothers, J. c..' and,.T. J. last week at the Presbyterian Florida. They are residing in the i to his home last Friday good it looks to see him about once weeks each in the week Bradford for foui consecutive )Ie.soraada
I Pioneer Youth Conference. at R. J. Davis home on Church after being confined in the VA igain. graph. County Tele Assets pledged or assigned -
Miss Ward is with
Kay: Jeffords of High Springs Poppell, and to secure liabilities
: Camp O'Leno. street. 1 hospital in Lake City the .cast Marge Barkley has returned to Dated this 14 day of July. 19S3. and for other purposes 4S0.027.40I
are guests this week of Mr, and her aunt Mrs. Alene. Moore. (OFFICIAL. SEAL
) Charles
Mrs. W. S. McA Mrs L.. N. Social I four weeks. Jacksonville Tuesday after A. Darby
of two
MrsL:G. T. HugglnsfUr. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Mundy er and son Sigman a Clerk of the Circuit Court. s. L. Peek, Jr.. Cashier of the
: : Sam are expected home today Circle, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. W; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart were weeks visit with her grandparents, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk above named bank do solemnly
Murriel
hand Mrs. John Anderson and son, of Ware Shoals,
after three in Jacksonville }Oil'. and Mrs. W. G. 7/17 4t 8/7 swear that the above statement i*
weeks' visit with Mrs. D. Huff and daughter Ginger, of on Sunday visiting Stringfellow.Mrs. .
and guests Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. C. are spending this week with true, and that it fully; and correctly;
McAlfley's parents Mr. and Mrs. Atlanta, Ga. were Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Manning. P. S. Crews, Mrs. W. S. !REPORT OF CONDITION OP THEFLORIDA represents the true state of the
Gregory and sons, of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy at -
PhiladelphiA
f Pa. spent the weekend In Miami. Kingsley Lake. Willis Ivey, in Graceville. Rev. Mc- guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Their daughter. Kay, returned Crews and son, Billy, accompaniedMrs. OP STARKE BANK IN THE AT STATE STARKE"OF! and several set matter forth, to herein the best contained of my
,
Aliley joined his family on Thurs- Haile. home with them after several days Emma Rivers home to Au- FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE OF knowledge and bt>lief.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bush and Mrs. Bill Parks and sons, Bill B I SI NESS OV JUNE S. L. Peek, Jr. Correct-Attest:
visit 30.
Mrs. R. J. Davis of Starke and with her cousin, Barbara burndale. and remained for a visit 1953..
son of San Diego, Calif and Buddy, of BoyntonBeach are day.Mr. Aaa.t.
wer
recent and Yoder, in Jacksonville. with friends end Cash balances
? Mrs. W. I. Colsen were son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and! relatives. with other R. F. Bartlett

overnight guests of Mr. and spending a month at Lake; the This Dye In Callahan over the weekend Visiting Mrs. L. F. Smith, Jr. and son, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Mooty and Mrs.P.D. Fancher, Jr. (Mildred) I balances banks, including and each reserve item I Ernest W. B. Sewell J. Snead;
Mrs. E. J. Flynn. cottage on Kingsley
Mr. Colsen's mother, Mrs. Larry. of Munson are leaving three sons of Miami were over is back "to the old grind" as she I, in process of collection 373.581.11 Director
,Mrs. ,Guy Andrews and son, week, they are visiting Mrs. A. fills United States Government State of Florida
Lucille Colsen. Saturday for two weeks vacationin night guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. a vacancy left by vacationers. obligations, of
mother of Mr Parks at direct and County Bradford. ss:
Tommy, are spending this week Aycock '* Mr. and Mrs. J..K' Douglas and Warsaw, Ind. and.visiting Mr. L. Mooty on Tuesday. Louie Lee Wainwright Jr. spenta .i guaranteed 1,606,528.4 Sworn to and subscribed before me
t in, Wjrthevfflev Va visiting rela- Henderson,N, C. Obligations of States and this 10th day of July 1953, and
Mr. two weeks
Lt. and Mrs. Lowell Douglas attended and Mrs. C. M. Cleek in Farmer and Mrs. G. F. Sewell and vacation in. Fernan- political
tives Mr. and Mrs. Denver Devrickand subdivisions 182,626.74 I hereby certify that I am not an
and friends.
I the Douglas family reunion City Dl.Martha. children of Altha are. guests this dina Beach visiting his cousins, Loans and discounts (Including officer or director of this bank.
Mr and Mrs. Vie Frees are in family are leaving this week- at Mount Zion on Sunday. Ann Hutchinson of week .ofMr.. and Mrs Cecil Barbara Jean and Butho Tucker. $62.94 overdrafts (SEAL) Helen E. Glasgow Notary
)
St. end for a two-week vacation In 596.719.62 Public State of Florida at large. .
Petersburg this week attendinga Mrs. C. J. Harrington Mrs. Eugene Auburndale, who has been Sewell. Some employees here.are closely Baik premises owned $7- My commission expires February 4,
: Buyers Convention West Virginia visiting friends and vtSiting'1'her %77.7%, furniture 1956.
Mrs. Frees'
I Eastmore. and Mrs. Irving cousin, Judy Dankel, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Penny watching "Lloyd Moore" as he fixtures $8,902.08 and I Bonded by the Americas Surety Co.
I mother, Mrs.: F. J., .pancoast, and relatives. I'Richfield and sons, of Palatka month returned home on Sunday.i I and son, Charley of Cincinatti, tries to teach his Pontiac to jump Other assets 16.179.80 12,234.55 of N. Y.

I Mrs- Carolyn Mayer ..of Jacksonville ,. Miss Dolores McKnight was were Sunday guests of Mr. and WO| R. J. Andrews, who has Ohio were guests of Mr. and Mrs. curbs and trovel through ditches.So TOTAL ASSETS !

I Beach' are staying with the home for the weekend from. I Mrs. J. H. DuPre. been confined .in the. hospital in I Cecil Sewell last Friday. far, the old Pontiac is not 2,742.870.24 i

Frees' children during their absence. Florida-Southern college I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robb and Betheseda, Md. has returned home catching on' so well. We are Demand Liabilities I
I deposits
Barbara Tsavaris :of Tarpon children returned to their homein and is taking treatments in Jacksonville IntermediatesLose wondering what he'll try next. viduals, partnerships of Indi, I, DAEB IeI

Miss Alice St. John is making Springs has been spending the I Charlotte, N. C. last Thursday R. P. McLendpn and family were Time and corporations 1.444,199.9 II! :
an indefinite visit with Mr. and, past two 'weeks with her sister, Two GamesThe honored guests at fish deposits of Indivi FL': '
I after two weeks visit with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby of a fry at duals partnerships, and I STARKE .
Mrs. Nick Mrs., A. A. Kartsonis and Dr. corporations '
Christiano in Darien Kingsley Lake recently. 641101.06 I
and Mrs. J. D. Doyle. Perry were Sunday guests of Mr Deposits.of United
Kartaonis. Mrs. John States
Tsavaris
Conn. I Starke intermediates base-
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Prather 17. 18
Mr. and Mrs. James Palmes and will call for her daughter on.Mon. daughter ball team played Gainesville on YOU'LL LOVE: Ute new Ester- postal savings 11,095.68 July
returned
to their homein Dansby retuc;d to Perry with Deposits
children spent several days'' last, day
week with Ifr, Iud vMrs.Fred Mr..-and .Mrs. F F. Flume and a prolonged visit with. Mrs. Fay weeks visit. 826. Another game.was lost to pastel shades. Only $2.37.at Brad. Other and deposits (certified TORPEDO ALLEY.With

Seller in Fernandina. The Palmes Mr;..R.A., Colson and ,daughters Gill Miss Margaret 'Slappy of Atlanta [Baldwin 13-10 Wednesday afternoon -': FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. etc.) tfficers'checks, 16.508.93 Mark Stevens and Dorothy

family, wffl also spend the next spent Jast.week. in Kings. Mountain, Betty Jean and Mary Schmitt Ga. arrived Friday for a 'I'' !Other TOTAL liabilities DEPOSITS 2398452.08 Malone
I I two weeks at the Selley home in and Charlotte, ,N. C. visiting rela- last Next Tuesday the Intermediate I XOT1CE TO APPEAR 30,746.02
spent with Jackie
I week their grandmother short visit with her cousins, la CIrcuit -And-
while Mrs. lives and friends. will Gainesville at Harris Court Bradford Coaot) TOTAL
Fernandina Mr. and play LIABILITIES
I Mrs. E. E. Day in Flora- and Pat Hobbs. Florida I. ChaBeerj. (not
Seller and family are on two ,Mr.-tand "Mrs. Donald Kelly of home.- Sandra and Linda Johns return Field, and Thursday they play Dominick Capouoli, Plaintiff, vs. including obligations subordinated I Trail Of The ArrowWith

weeks vacation in Massachusetts. Tampa were weekend guests of ; Keystone Heights here at 3:30. Emma Capozzoli, Defendant. shown below) 2,429.198.10
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth and ed home Thursday after a week'svisit Case Xo. 9938 Guy Madison and Andy
Mr. and Mrs. L R. Tenly of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. \.ttce To Appear.
family spent the past two weeksin in Augusta Ga. with Mr, Capital Aceoua Devise
Gainesville were Sunday after Mrs., J.. L. Brown of Richmond, Gas Sales IncreaseThe To: Emma Capoizoli. whose residence Tapital\ *
Flint and Ann arbor, Mich and Mrs. C. N. Christie. and address Is: 340 17th Surplus 50.1100110 Plus Chapter 10 Serial and
noon guests of Mr., and Mrs. E. Va. Is visiting her parents, Mr. visiting the Smokies enroute.I Mrs. Ruby Johns, L. M. Games Street. Brooklyn New York. Undivided profits 200,000.00
D. Tenly. C.H. Walters x>f Jack- and Mrs. M. J. McRae and Sisters, Your are hereby notified that a 17,368.55 "Boo hoe Baby" Cartoon
While in Ann Arbor Mr. Firth and }!r. and Mrs. Morgan Darbyof expanding Florida marketis suit for Divorce Reserves (and retirement
sonville was ,overnight guest Mrs. Paul Bridges and,.Mrs., Jack has been account for
al\o filed preferred
was best man for His brother, Jacksonville Beach were on a indicated by a 22 per cent in- against you in thtYTTTTTTTTT.vYTTTTTTT Sun., Mon.-July 19 20
Friends will interestedto ,
1 of the Tenlys on Monday. Parker. be:
[ Donald Firth, at his marriage to fishing trip at Fort Myers Beach, crease in gasoline sales in the .
know that Mrs; Brown'was recently Bonzo Goes To
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining spent -- .
Carol Rucker on June 28- last week. state during the. past two years. ._ .' I
the weekend with Mrs. Joe Wilsonat elected Grand Instructor of '
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells Bradford County's gain of 19 per CLASS 1 CollegeWith
Kingsley Lake. the O. E. S., Grand Chapter of the i PHONE
: 218
Mrs. Mayme Toomey spent this have as guests this week, Mr. and cent was justa little under the 3Iaureen o'Sulllvan and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts were state of Virginia. I j
weekend In Jacksonville with son Mrs. J. H. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. T. state average. Total sales In Florida -I PUBLICLIABILITY
in Daytona Beach over the week- Mr. and Mrs. C. G. BarksdaWand I Edmond Gxvenn
and daughter-in-law and children. J. Wells and Miss Marie Ann amounted to 953,376,203 gal
end visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mrs' Lula Mott spent the .. COLONIALFLORIST Pins Cartoon and Latest News
Mrs. Toomey visited her grand- Wells of Pensacola.Mrs. Ions in 1952 with tax collectionsfrom ] I
Roberts. weekend at their camp at Salt
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daughter who has been ill. Rena 'Smith of Belleviewwas : gasoline amounting to $66-
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams, Springs. INSURANCE Tues., July 21-ONLY
I Mrs. Charles Mooney of Greenville the weekend guest of Mr. 736334. \ !
their homein R E. Mundorff 'andsons,
Jr. are now making Mrs. The Bachelor And
S. C.: is spending this week and Mrs. L. S.:Hutto. !
Kendall, Fla. Wayne and Jan, and Roger MDli- I ,
with Mrs. and Mrs. Bradford Locke $29.50
A.
Mooney. Mr.
Merrill McMillan of Aiken, S. gan of Jacksonville are spending1 weekend Youths Describe The BobbySoxerWith
John Christiansen returned home arrive home this FLOWERSFor
\ C. visited relatives' here over the this week at Santa Fe Lake. will Cary Grant, Myrna Loy,
in the State Program
after being a patient in the V. A. after 'three weeks vacation Boys
weekend. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark, son All Occasions Shirley Temple and Rudy
in Lake for the states. SPECIAL !
Hospital England
Miss Joyce Ward arrived home Stanley, and daughters, June City past New of At Rotary ClubC. Valloe
|,month, where he underwent Laura Ann Mendoza
a week'svisit and Mrs. an I Miss
Jacksonville
Sunday by plane from Clark of '
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with friends in Detroit, Mich. D. B. Webb of Miami spent last operation. -' New Orleans, J. W. Slade of Hampton and SAVINGS

and Charleston W Va. week In Robertsdale, Ala. # I Mr. and Mrs. .Jimmi Ritch Monday of ,Mr. and Mrs. T. Marion Harrington of Starke, On (j) Wed., Thur.-July 22. 23

Mrs. H. L. Hough visited Mr. F. D. Key visited his mother, .gave their daughter Pamela her Griffin. I I IBradf<)rd County's representativesat C
to DOUBLE
and Mrs. Blanchard Law in Jacksonville 'Mrs. N. T. Wilkinson in Palatka|I first birthday party Friday. July Miss Mary Weldon returned I I the recent session: of Boys Statein Tobacco Curing Barn FEATURE

Wednesday and Thursday.Mrs. on Sunday. 1 I J10 I at Kingsley Lake. Thirty the home of her mother, Mrs. I Tallahassee, spoke at the DISH GARDENS I Sword of Venus
after a
Warren Perkins, Mrs. An- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Starling and guests attended. Steve Weldon, on Monday, in Rotary Club Wednesday giving I INSURANCVCONNER- - With Robert Clarke, Catherine

nie Colson and Miss Joyce Ward I family are visiting relatives I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hardingand ten day visit with friends the highlights of this memorable POTTERY I McLeod
I family and Mrs. Jeff Hodgesand Marianna. She will leave Fridayfor in- I
are spending this week in Plant Cocoa this week. experience. The boys were -And-

City, Lakeland and Tampa. Mrs. Mrs. Dale Van Sickle and chil- I sons. Willard and Otis, and Tariffville, Conn with a groupof and troduced by W. T. Coram, a member BROS POTTED PLANTSFlowers

Perkins and Mrs. Colson are with dren ,Bill and Judy, spent the Miss Wanda Faye Thornton en- four other Tampa teachers of the local Legion Post, who To Have And
she WiredAnywhere
joyed a fishing trip last Saturdayto 120 high school girls where I served as a counselor at Boys

I Eagle Creek near East Palatka. wiH.be a supervisor in a tobacco State this year. Gen. InsurancePhone Have Not

Mrs. C. J. Houpt and daughter, camp. Mary will return to Tampa With Humphrey Bogart and
" elected to office
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S TAR J( E Mrs. V. Strickland, enjoyed a Sept. 1 to continue her teaching the, Both during boys the were week C. W. 285-129 W. Call St. Nona St. Starke Lauren BacallPlu

stay in 'New York City while Dr. the position she has held for councilman and Starke, FloridaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 \Latest World News
serving as a city .
Houpt took a ten-day post grad- past two and a half years. -t-- ,
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Reasonable while Dr. Houpt returned by home in Gainesville for the teachers member of the. state legislature. i. FRI. & SAT.SPECIALS
Guaranteed Service : in their praise of
of the first four grades of the They were high :I ..
plane, returning to his office to-

On ,All-Makes Radios or TV day.Friends of A. J. Hodges regret Bradford attending1 Elementary from Starke School.were Those Mrs. the week training and stated received that during it made the AT KOCH'S

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them have a greaterappreciationof
to know that he re-broke his leg W. H. Hart, Mrs. Kate Sheppard of

iFYOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS and is now in the Veterans Hospital Mrs. Curtis .Malone Mrs. Edna the democratic processes

: NOT..GIVING YOU at Lake City. Willard Hodges, Prevatt, Mrs. F. J. Pellum .:Mrs. government.The .

Wanda Thornton, and Elouise Effie Crosby, Mrs. Muriel.Norman American Legion and the

SATISFACTIONCall Green visited him Saturday night. and Mrs. Paul Bridges.Mr. Rotary Club each pay the expensesof f We Meet All Advertised Prices -- Never Undersold

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beck and and Mrs. J. R. Armstrongof one representative to Boys E

198-W At Once daughter have left Starke to Birmingham Ala. were Wednesday State each year.Deacons' t

: ; make their home in East Moline 'guests of Mrs. Shellie Hall. E 1 Gallon '
Reg. $4.95
Mrs. Fazier Shaw Baby Brownie
TIt Mr. and Ordination

228 E. CaU Street Next Door To Nasworthy's 1 Miss Elizabeth Bryan has returned visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kirk- [ DRY CLEANER 98c
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from Palmetto where she land at Jacksonville Beach last CAMERA Only 2.85

has been vacationing for almost Friday evening.
time of the service for the
W. Beasley and daugh-
two months. Mrs. C. $9.95 %
Ordination of Deacons at the Rai-
Mr. .and Mrs. J. B. Crews are ters, Joan and Judith, of Gainesville -

moving to Tampa in a few days. were Monday guests of Mrs. ford Baptist Church has been LAMP '
2:15 afternoon, = only 3.49
changed to Sunday
and
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal JW.:H. Hart.
it was announced Wednesday;

FLU HI DA THEATRE n'ESOLVTIOX night. P> 1 Gallon FLASH LIGHTS 89c

STARKE The time was originally announced .
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.12, Florida Statutes 1941, I
notices
as amended by Section 8 of Chapter %%839. Laws of Florida. Acts of as 3 p.m. on
Dedicated To Community' Service 1)45 notice Is hereby given that a public hearing: shall beheld by the I mailed out, but it was found IINSECTCIDE only 59c
Board of Public Instruction of Bradford County, Florida on Mon-
County to change to the earlier .
Better Than, Ever" necessary
Iovlel Are
) day, July 20. 1953. at the hour of 10:00 a.m, in the County Board Meeting t Kill Flies
room of the courthouse at Starke, Florida for the purpose of discussing houryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyv. > Mosquitoes, Roaches, Ants, Etc. Assorted Colors
If find name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad with the citizens of the county the proposed school budget of
you your said county for the fiscal year beginning July 1. 1953 and ending June
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. 30, 1954 which budget is summarized as follows! t BED LAMPS ; 2.50


July 18-ONLY TueS.. Wed.-July 21, 22 1. BUDGET FOR THE ANTICIPATED SUPPORT AND RECEIPTS MUVTEXANCE OF SCHOOLS [ WATCHES only 2.50

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE .- ,
A. Federal Sources %8,600.00.
B. State Sources 470.718.00 500 Norwich .
C. County f and District 124,703.00 E Alarm


.. Cash Total balance anticipated beginning receipts of year ., 624,021.00 36.667.00 t CLOCKS ASPIRINS only 1.29 !
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J01 toto '. ..f Investments 20000.00 2.95up

Total Available Cash and Current Receipts 680,658.00 I .



jjJ D PROPOSED EXPENDITURES:. "*"" ONETOA

1. General Control ,, 20,408.00 EXTRA
2. Instruction 423.712.00 SPECIAL
Operation of Plant &.. 27JSOO.OO
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4. Maintenance T 10.000.00 When Burglars CUSTOMER.95
5. Auxiliary Agencies :' 64800.00 ,
8. Fixed Charges 10,500.00

aa 7.8. Capital Veteran Outlay Schools 42794.00 12,000.00 Strike! $/[. ANN DEL AFIELD REDUCING

9. Debt Service 3,160.00
AndMARCH 93C
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nvuu Total Reserves.Proposed Investments expenditures and cash. balances' 616,874.00 63814.00 Will you be home to give 1 I WAFERS AND VITAMINS Only

Starring Divided Pete Lawford Cartoon and Plus "Mad Latest flatters-World News Cartoon and Total Proposed expenditures and reserves 680,688.00 that knock-oul punch, or willit Now you can "Eat Your Cake and Have it Too"

Plus "Mouse _
be a staggering blow to you
IS "Captain Video"I
No
Chapter Serial SI. D. DOYLE 11. BUDGET FOR: DISTRICT INTEREST A\D SINKING FUND: and your pocketbook?


Thur., Fri-July,23,,24 RECEIPTS Cash !Balances..... Beginning of Year 3,815.19 Right now, you can guard [

C. L COOPER Taxes Assessed 2,534.00 yourself against such a finan-.: FRIDAY ONLYO.I

Total Available Cash and Current Receipts 6349.19 cia! blow. Ask us about our .
Sun. Mon.-July 19.20
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sensible Burglar Insurance hp

"'DANGEROUS'WREN EXPENDITURES: : Commissions 260.00 Policy. A policy where no :
WITH
Payment of bonds 2.500.00 EACH $2-00 PURCHASE -
Interest on bonds 90.00 matter how heavy-handed the

WET"so-J I( : Y'\I".t rmme Total appropriations 3650.00 robber: might be, will put you I i FREE'E E -- 50c SIZE DR.ii -_

;.Jsp4 0 ., ....._. 3_0_ The millage levy to be levied on the 1953 assessment roll to produce right back onto your feet. .
ESTHER ] the necessary revenues for these budgets for the ensuing fiscal
I
\ year are: LYNN TOOTH PASTE.

:WHAMS .. Special County General tax School School District Fund.No. 1 10 C mills mills ii

\. ; Building and Pus Reserve Fund-District .3 millsHist
: FERNANDO ", J4MA<4 Xo. 3 Interest and Sinking Fund 1 mill
; DUt Xo. 18 Interest and Sinking Fund 4 mills H. C. WALL
: LAMAS {)N'J.CK ItE
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Complete details of each separate part of the school budget sum- MEET YOU WHERE
A? eaiotbyTEcHKIcotDR marited above are on file and are available for public inspection at the AGENCYPhone
r' ; office of the County Superintendent of Public Instruction at the court- KOCH'
'PATlCmLA UliLm '
CARSONJ house. Starke Florida and will also be available for such public hear
hg together with all-supporting statements and information. All Interested 146 AT IT'S COOL
_".___IIU.UISIII persons are,eordially invited to participate in the public hear ; .
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Plus "Herman Cartoonist Cartoon ing and discuss the school: program and budget for this'county for the 200 E. Call Street
nus Hooked and Rooked"Comedy ensuing fiscal year. :
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i FRIDAY JULY 17
I 1953
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manure pit or box. If these XOTICE OF INTENTION TO
they left feeling fine. sanitary measures are impractical I REC1STF.II FICTITIOUS NAME

BROOKERGrace HEILB'RONNby We .missed the boys at church the entomologists recommend I.' undersigned Notice is hereby under given the provisionsof that the FILL DIRTGOOD

, so much last Sunday who are at treating the manure pile with Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida,
n G. Bighorn Ft. McClellan, Ala. with the chlordane DDT Acts of 1J41. will register with the
Marian NormanIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Na- or borax.If Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
tional Guard. They are Owen Al- fruit and vegetable refuse at! tor Bradford County. State of Florida RICH
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II I I varez, Sidney Jackson, V. E. rural packing plants is used as tioa of this notice the fictitiousname
Clot Plans Picnic Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gillyard of Thornton, and J. L. Alvarez. livestock feed, remove and feed it of The Clothes Line under TOP SOILSee

The Brooker Home Demonstration Orange City spent Tuesday and Mr. and :Mrs. A. A. Peck of at least twice a week. Refuse that which Temple we Avenue are engaged, Starke in, Fla.businesson

i Club met Thursday at the Wednesday with relatives here. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Bishop cannot be disposed of readily and That the! parties interested In said

Community Center with the pre Thursday they went on to Green Thomas and children of.Brooker that is not to be fed to livestock business are: jQnlus M. Smith and
were dinner guests of Mr. and should be Virginia. Smith, W. Madison St, BILL JACKSONJackson
ident Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins _Cove to visit other relatives before sprayed with chlordaneor
Geo. T. Hngghu
By Starke, Fla.
.
Mrs. H. H. Lewis last DDT.
presiding. returning home Sunday.
Friday. Dated this 3rd day of July A.D. Transfer Company
County Agent Miss Dorothy Ross, County While here they were entertainedby Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake. Geneva Adult stable flies can be kept 1J53. Starke, Bradford County, Fla.

Agricultural Extension SenIceDont Home Demonstration. Agent com- their nephew and niece, Mr. spent Sunday night and Mon- under control around and in live- 7/3 4t 7/Z4 Phone 165

mended the club for.participationin and Mrs. Ancel Norman, with a day with the H. M. McRaes. stock structures with insecticide
is of the insects
Worms This one -
Feed
Alice Crosby
Ileafminer. fish cooked their Mrs. of Tampawas sprays. Use methoxychlor and lin
the recent Cancer Drive and supper on out
A noted livestock specialist has that respond to" only a few had on display a Citation she had door grill. Other guests includedMr. a recent visitor of Mr. and .dane as surface sprays inside dairy i If ti
estimated that the total feed: bill of the insecticides.. H. H. Lewis and is visi-
Mrs. now barns either of
received from the American Can- and Mrs. Leroy Norman and ; use these or chlor-
for round worms in hogs run about Up to two weeks before harvest, cer Society. daughter Linda and Mr. and'Mrs.Eldon : ting Mrs. Rosa Geiger at Green dane or DDT on both inside and DO1

$45.900,000 per year. He goes on on vegetables that do not head up Sapp and sons. .Cove Springs. out side surfaces of other animal
to say that this does not include parathion is the most effective.; The Club voted to have their Mrs. Alice Karnes has been on! Mr. and Mrs. Zack Myrick and housing. / S

the death losses caused by wormsor Directions are on the label as to annual family picnic at Lake Geneva .the, sick list, but is some better: children of Winter Haven and 5iI f/ 1ti
additional time required to feed amount used and varying with Keystone Heights, on Thursday at this time: brother B. M. Myrick and familyof Spraying livestock with pyre- n

out wormy hogs. spray or dust.. August 6. Each family id to Tullie Norman returned Pensacola and* mother Mrs. thrum or methoxychlor provides I :: l
home
Dr Elmslie, noted livestock nutritionist After it is late for parathion, bring their own basket and drinks, Friday night from a week's visit Sue Myrick, who had been visitingat them with good protection if tIts
and meet at the lake at 11 A
a
m
.
figures that ,
approxi- you can use TEPP. This materialIs with. his brother-in-law and sister. Pensacola and in Alabama, sprays are renewed frequently,
mately half the. ''hogs are wormy.He very good and leaves very lit- motion was made' and unanimously Mr. and Mrs. Homer ''Stearns. of were recent guests of Mr. and the entomologists say. Some stock-
,
estimates that each of these carried that 'the Fire Auxiliaryand I. .
tle residue after 24 hours. Tavares. They accompanied him Mrs.Robert. Myrick and enjoyed ;
men rig automatic that
their families be included. sprayers
will at least 25 round-
hogs carry If infestation is severe and Tepp home. the fish fry at Crosby Lake on !
worms. Each of these if The. next regular meeting will cattle can use to spray themselves.
worms the 4th of July.
does not do, the job you might Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nemeth and e
not killed early will eat about a be held on Thursday, Sept. 31, at Complete information concern- ,
have to delay harvest and use daughter of Jacksonville visited
i pound of feed. He concludes that I paratnion. the Community Center at 2:30p. : her mother, Mrs. Alice Karnes. New Leaflet Tells ing the control of stable flies is included X .
costs at least dollar .I ,-
it a m.- 7 '
t or more 'Berry Growers Good NewsI On Saturday Mrs. Karnes had as in the leaflet (No. 338). A ; .
t to feed the worms in each wormy After the business meeting Miss Control MethodsFor ;I. ;j
.- have jus received word that guests her two sons, C. P. Ed- free copy may be obtained from I ,
tog, Ross taught the members how to wards and J. B.Edwards Vih
\ the Experiment ,Station is goingall and Stable Flies the Office of Information U, S. -
Dr. Elmslie is of the
one co-dis- make rick-rack earrings., their families of Jacksonville.
. the way to elp us increase Department of Agriculture Wash-
coverers of the sodium flonride Returning Sunday from a weekof Also Mr. and Mrs. Simmons of Stable. flies that torment farm

method of worming pigs. He suggests -:strawberry production. Several ex- I sunning at Redington Beach Hampton. animals and keep them from feed- ington? 25, D. C.
tests will be set
strongly that all hogs be perimental up with their and Granny Carmichael is back aftera
throughout the 1953-54 season. daughters Polly I ing can be controlled by destroy-I TRADE NOW !
wora_fed. In early stages, you can- From these we should be able to Peggy and families were Mr and visit with her son-in-law and ing their breeding,places and by 4
not tell that pigs are wormy. One Mrs. A. Miller. daughter Mr.' and Mrs. Freeman using effective insecticides such as I
select practices that will do the
I
female roundworm can lay 25- best for us. Let me urge you again Rev. and Mrs. S. F. Beard left Crosby in Tampa. chlordane, DDT lindane,' and I ATTENTIONIf J
000,000 so It doesn'ttake
see
eggs you Miss Marian Norman is
to'have strawberry soil test- Tuesday for Crescent City on a spend- methoxychlor against them. In a

long to get lots of worms. ed to know your whether it needs lime businesstrip.. ing this week with her uncle and U, S. Department of Agriculture I; You Have ( Get t America's most preferred.fire'!'
Sodium 'Flo ride is used at the aunt;Mr. and Mrs. Homer, Stearns,
or not. The test is free. Take a Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gainey, and leaflet entomologists say that use!
rate of one pound 100 in Tampa. I A.
per poundsof of these materials and m'thodsI
spade or some tool and let me Mrs. H. P. Gainey motored downto
dry feed. It is all right for Mrs. Delores Carmichael spent I TIMBER TO SELL
hogs have a little of the soil six inches Pahokee last Monday, return- not only will stop the annoyanceby
to drink water while being fed deep. Take several samples from ing to Brooker on Wednesday. Ann Sunday in Jacksonville visiting her these pests, but will help pre- PINE OR CYPRESS 'GO 0 D'iEARDeluxe
( sodium flouride but daughters.
the
poison the. field. Mix them all up and Gainey who has been visiting vent drops in meat and milk pro-
MUST be mixed and fed in Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp have
any I duction Large Small Tracts
or.
i in about a of the soiL relatives there for the past three among the livestock dur-
kind of dry f ed. Prepare enoughof bring quart gone to Tennessee for a visit and
weeks, returned home with her ing the fly season.
this one' percent mixture for We will have ,other suggestionsas :sightseeing trip. They were ac We Buy All SupercushionPreferred
I parents, the E. A. Gaineys. I' In the leaflet, "Stable Flies-
them to feed on most of.the day. the season progresses. I companied by Mr. and Mrs. Barney '
How to Control Them," the ento-
Here few weeks !
spending a as
It Is not necessary to starve hogs Eggers of Jacksonville. PAY TOP PRICES '
prior to feeding. Sodium Flouride DON'T SAY fountain pen-SAY the house guest of the J. W. Mrs. Sarah Alvarez of Gainesville mologists recommend (as the first ", I,{t;;.

will kill those round worms. I Thomas family is Stanley Crosbyof was visiting relatives and step) cleaning up such common I /1. A a by car

Leafminera Cause Trouble ESTERBROOK. A point for everypurpose. Linden. attended church here Sunday. breeding nlaees j>s wet straw, manure makers
Write Call
Vegetable growers have a tough BRAD- Guinn and Wayne Thomas, sons Glad to know that Mrs. Emma and vegetable and fruit re- or _
.
creature if they are not very careful $2.37- complete... of Mr and Mrs. J. W.. Thomas, Reddish is improving after beingill fus1. Thev say: e Preferred by car

in an effort to control this leaf FORD COUNTY ,TELEGRAPH. are home after a month's visit for some time. Keen loos straw cleaned un B.T.THOMASLUMBER owners

with relatives at Linden' Dade I Mrs. Ruby Gaynoe was attending around the feedin: area and the t Don't ride another risky

I -- City and Leesburg. to business in Jacksonville tack-baljn straw sonn pft01 CO. .
; mile on smooth, worn
ALL TYPES PEST CONTROL Arthur Kelley, son of Mr. and last Friday. thrashing: the era in is the bst

Mrs." C. S. Kelley is home on; a Franklin Cowart of Miami is wav to proven* stable flips from PHONE 211JP. ..a s: \ tires. Trade now for

SPECIALIZING IN 20-day furlough from the Navyat visiting his father, Johnnie Cowart. breeding in this material. Haut 0. Box 735 rz S. Goodyear tires. .'motorists

CITRUS GROVE SPRAYINGLarge Norfolk. Va. manure from the barnvard end STARKE, FLA. 5 ; have preferred

: :Mrs. Nita Dyal spent last week YT..T.TY.TTTTYT .T.1 spread think over fields at least them for more than 33

or 'Small visiting relatives in Ocala., twice a week,.or place it in a fly-
I i \' : consecutive years. Stop
Miss, Gould, missionary! BAYLESS HIWAY% i
COMPLETE EXTERMINATING, SERVICE from' formerly Mary Thieland and China, U .' in NOW get your \

FOR HOUSEHOLD PESTS AND TERMITES was an overnight guest at the Goodyear Deluxe Super
by Sirs. 0. E. CrosbyLLAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAA WINKLER% ELECTRIC SERVICE
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Cushions this budgetS -
Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. last Thursday night. S\
easy way.
2220 Nr W. 6th St. Phone 6035*- Gainesville Fla. Mr.' and :Mrs. C. S.. Kelly son Rev. Guy Lee of Starke filled .. ..'t. -
Arthur and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal were 77 J6 ( .J:;
the pulpit at Bayless Hiway Bap-
in Wildwood visiting relatives, re- tist church Sunday morning and +s
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ONLY $200 DOWN !
cently. evening during the absence of the h.

That's Our Business Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hazen haveas pastor Rev. Bob Gwinn. Rev. RADIO

their house guest Mrs. Hazen's Gwinn will be back Sunday.

If' It's Glass We Have It! nephew Woody Ward, of :Mont- Mrs. Claude Moorer returned to ANDrTELEVISION $125 a Week for a Pair !

CALL WRITE or VISIT gomery, Ala. her home in Tampa last Friday,
:Mr. and :Mrs. James W, Thomas!

Joe Peters Glass Co spent Sunday afternoon visitingMr. Little her for Judy several Haislop days'returned visit. with SERVICE CENTER

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: and Mrs., Clarence Robertsin
Hear that Joyce Ward had a .
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Lake, Butler. vacation in Detroit Mich. STATION' .
lovely Salesand ,
We Design: :Modern Store Fronts Firemen's Firemen's Auxiliary met and Canada. Understand she flew .I ;

Just Mail Us A Pattern "for The. Auxiliary Eastern Air Lines and liked it so 1 Service ; SEEBER D. GOODMAN
Monday night at 8 o'clock at the .,
Table considers flying some III I II
Tops much she. !
home of Mrs. G. E. Green. An invitation -
I more. She was met at the Jax 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida U. S. 301 at South City Limits
'318' from the Home Demonstration
N. W. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 -
..... Club to attend a picnicat I Airport Sunday afternoon by her
mother Mrs. W. C. Ward and
Keystone Heights on AugustS I
was accepted and members are sister, Mrs. Lucille _Lovell and .
r Mr. and Mrs. Freddie. Watterson.
urged to attend. .
$ that Don i,
Heard by grapevine
'
4Up Plans were made for. a fish fry

for members of the Fire Department and Voncille Kelly are enjoying a It stands :< : [ ..,1 :: r. '. -
Northeastern States to
tour of the reason.
Auxiliary Town Council, ,
TO boss. are also
o1 and their families. This is to be I with Don's They

held Friday, Aug. 27. flying. .
Y
The next meeting will be held W. C. Ward, M. L., Watterson; ,0." I

w+++,rf asw.r....s.ss. July 27 at the home of Mrs Freddie Watterson and Cap and Chevrolet trucks i ;
t Ernest Edwards. Julia Thomas were transacting
S CONFIDENTIALPrompt business in Jacksonville Saturday.

Grandma Norman was the hap-

....,. .." HINTS TO in Bayless Hiway last .
1' piest lady

Friendly Service HOUSEWIVESPEACHES of Saturday.Mulberry Her came grandson to see, her Albert and, !

,,,, must be the best I
brought her a new electric stove. buy

He and brother James of Columbus -

STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO. By Alice Cromartie Ga. wired her house and set

.Extension Foods Specialist the stove up. She tells me that .,

.Phone 160 In Canova Drug Store she is really enjoying cooking. .
Delicious peaches are now com- Mrs. Maude Morris and brotherJoe ,

ing in, much to the delight of Norman were also recent

many who consider the peach as ,:r tj i
guests of their mother, Grannie ,
one of our finest fruits. As the Norman. L' '

season'for peaches is rather short, i .
MOVINGFree Little Rodger Kelly was, very I
it's well to can and freeze some sick last Monday.. He almost x w s -1 j ,

now for later use.Canned .
scared everyone to deatn. HIS
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Peaches i t t
LOCAL Safe PHONE folks, ,the J. R Kellys, rushed him +, tr I
'
Use firm ripe fruit. Dip in boiling -
OR to the hospital but he returned
Dependable water for half a 'minute. Immerse ,
after being thoroughly checked.He
LONG Economical 311 in cold water. Remove skin
Is doing O. K. now.
DISTANCE with sharp knife. Cut in halves, ,
Mrs. Arsula Crawford and children -
R. B. Alvarez OR remove seed. Drop at once into '
of Jacksonville spent the"
Agents For TRANSFER AND medium syrup made of one cup J
2S0-J weekend with her folks the C. C.
DeIcher Bros. STORAGE CO.STORA. sugar and two cups water. Cook Crosbys. She was accompaniedhome ,
two minutes to heat Packin
through.
by Mrs. Betty Kirby and !
overlapping layers into hot
children who will spend a week I
GE clean jars or cans. Cover with hot
with her.
syrup. Seal ani process in a boil- IJ
Our community was saddenedby
ing water bath, pints 10 minutes, J r
the death of Aunt
Omage
Perr'man Bldg S. Court sf. tarke, Floriifa quarts 15 minutes, No. 2 cans 10 Rosier Saturday. Several of the

minutes, No. 3 cans 15 minutes.
Bayless Hiway folks attended her
Frozen Peaches .,
funeral at Raiford Monday. ij
Peaches in halves and slices
Thought for the week-Do !

have better with quality when but packedIn something today you can look 1 Big truck users, small truck users, all truck j ,
syrup or sugar a wa- '
back on with pride tomorrow.
Tank ter pack will serve if sweeteningis users buy more Chevrolet trucks than any other make. I It standsto 'l, ,

not desired. .
Select firm, ripe peaches with VVYTYYYYTVTTVT1 reason Chevrolet trucks must offer more of what you want.

no green color in the skins. Sort
wash, pit and peel. For a better PINE LEVELby YhenS'ou'stoPto think about it, the best proof of outstanding value in any product is

product, pee) peaches. without a continued. public preference. That's the way it is with Chevrolet trucks. They're the top 1
boiling-water dip. Slice if desired. Mrs. IL M. McRaeIAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAALAAAI 1

'WITH PURCHASE OF Syrup pack. Use a medium syr- selling trucks in America today for the twelfth straight -

.
.r up (one cup sugar two cups wa- This is fact to consider before
a mighty important you buy
your
ter), Lime or lemon juice added I We were glad to have our pastor -

ANY NEW OS RANGE will help prevent browning. Put Rev. Hall back to preach i I_ : want to consider that, while Chevrolet trucks give you more 'i

peaches directly into cold syrup in I last Sunday after several weeks' yelue '
; GIes lowest-priced truck line of all! Come in and talk it over with us.
container-starting half a absence because of illness. :

cup of syrup to a pint container. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and CO.'J
MORE CHEVROLET TRUCKS IN USE THAN ANY
Press fruit down and add syrupto children of Munson left Saturday

cover leaving head space. Seal] afternoon after spending a few

Slade Gas Co. and freeze at zero Fahrenheit days here with Mrs. Taylor's parents -

Water pack. Pack peaches into the H. M. McR es. They TORODE CHEVROLET ::3
containers and cover with cold will visit relatives in ;Jacksonvilleand

water containing one tablespoon Fernandina, then visit Roberts -

PHONE 121 STARKE FLA. lime or lemon juice to each quart parents at Adel, Ga. be-
,
of water. Leave head space. Sea! fore returning home. Too bad PHONE 111" STARKE, FLA. CALC AND COURT STREETS

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. We've been working at it for -awhile I Did notice that the white Dutch SOIL CONSERVATION the growing conditions for mower cuts the grass In small

E FARMER'S! now, _and have only a little clover we planted last Fall in our the grass. Mr. Denmark stated pieces which rot very quickly
'. part of it done, and in the mean- II house pasture is growing well '
that with much needed organic
a rotary mower none of building up
time the weeds and grass are despite the lack of rain in May, N-E-JY-S
.DIARY3 starting up in the parts cleaned the heat and continuous grazing.We the grass is killed by having the matter.MyTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTVVTTfTTTVTTVTTTTTTVVTVVTTTT.

out. But we're just stubbornenough want to lime this little, pastureand By Bill HaasU
By Sam McGarrey:
to keep at it and see then sow more clover.
S. SOIL CONSERVATION
f ;
E The author win be glad to receive how we make out this year. If
items of Interest concerning it is not too successful we won't Phil and Garnet Studer visitedus SERVICEThe DEEP FREEZE BABY'BEEF

the activities of farmers in try it again in a hurry. It's slow,I and said that they have a t

Bradford hot, hard work. ... batch of pullets which started to
County.Suggestion
maybe I Slaughtered to your order. Pick out the one you like.
1. left at the Telegraph office or lay at the tender age of four Board of Supervisors of the lines have been located on aerial
mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey, Have had all our cows tested j, months and a few days! That's Bradford Soil Conservation DIStrict photographs and requests for soil We invite you to visit and inspect the conditions with

3 fast work. held a special meeting Friday surveys have been made. which your meat is handled.
for Bangs and T. B, and all the! '
I. July 10 In the.Bradford Coun- .
uuiu.uuu., ladies of the herd came through Had a friendly letter from C. ty Agriculture Building in Starke. A basic soil conservation farm PRICES VERY REASONABLE
with a' clean bill of health. This
Sometimes it' seems that, every lem to select those which,you need E. Boedecker, who lives with his Those attending the meeting were plan was prepared for John H.
i free testing of cows is certainlya "
mechanical contrivance on our most and can,afford. brother on a farm located on Leon Conner Chairman; Lloyd I Denmark. He is using Pensacola SANTE FE STOCK FARM
: fine service, but then it Is notfree1 E
farm "tears up" at the same time. Highway 100. He offers to lend., Green, J. R. Wainwright and V. Bahia and Pangola for permanent
for we for it in taxes. '
pay
Right now the .television set, the We couldn't wait after we. got Anyhow we're glad that the cows us a book called: The Greatest R. Ferguson, Supervisors, J. B. pasture grasses. Mr. Denmark has,E Starke, Fla
electric mixer, waffle iron, gaso-: the seeder assembled to try it out. all right In that Book Ever Written, and we thank White, Farmer; G. T.- Huggins, his pastures fenced so that he cans'.
are respect.
.
line mower bush & bog harrow, So we fixed'up a bed in the kit him for it, but we hate to borrow: Secretary, and Bill Haas,' Soil AAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAiiAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAADELUXE

tank spiiyer, and lots more need chen garden raided it level, and books as it ,is easier to borrow Conservation Service.

'repair. In fact about everythingbut then planted a row of mustard Seems as If we are always doing than to return.. The Board voted to enroll Brad-

: Finnegan, the water pump, is with the, new seeder. It worked things the hard way. We had 'ford Soil Conservation District in

on' a strike. And it's about timeFinnegan like a charm and took only a few planted sweet com a while back. A pleasant woman stopped at I the Goodyear Tire and RubberCompany's MODEL
went on one of his minutes to do what used to takeus I and in the. whole' eight rows we our Roadside Market this week i nation-wide Soil Con- Magic Chef Range

temperamental binges 'again. an hour, and did the job much had only one stalk of corn. So and bought some peas, okra and 'servation Awards Program. This 46.

better and used far less seed. We I I we decided that we'd remake the bell pepper. She said: "Peas and I national program is to determinethe
Is beds and plant sweet potatoes rice for old John Price", and. it outstanding soil conservationist
-
Bought 30 lbs of early hairy indigo know that planting greens a
there It would ,have been a lot seems that this is a famous dish.
-(40c( a ,lb.) and sowed if in gamble now, but then so is every' in each state on an annual =- 0--- _
the front sedge grass field. The thing else you plant I easier to cut up the whole strip, Wonder if it is as good as Hoppin' basis, which began formally July *
I than to rework the beds the way John? 1, 1953. __
it to _
main reason we planted was .
a good nutritious grazing crop Alice has done pretty well with we're doing it. But it is almost Two Florida men will be among Exclusive Features-
get
done, and we.11 be getting some We used to keep our hens shut
for our cows. We are told that squash this season, so we fixed upa the 100 grand award winners who
it is 'about- "as'good in feeding bed in the kitchen 'garden and vines and planting soon. up in the laying house, but here will earn a vacation trip to Arizona ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER UNIT -
we've let old
lately
value as alfalfa. We did not planted ,a row of both straight- the gals roam for their soil conservation Exclusive! Two top burners and

cover the seed but sowed it neck and crooked-neck varieties.It We got 'pretty good stand of 'about and pick up some of their achievements during the coming drip tray all in one unIt. Ca _-=

shortly after discing the land, sure is .a relief to be able to Iron & Clay peas from our planting own feed. When they were shut year. One will be the outstanding spillovers, lifts like a feather, IfIi\
i looked but
they ,
and hope that the rains have donea raise squash without having the on the land where we're goingto I up quite puny conservationist selected from washes like a plate. BurnersU, ''U /
since we've let them wander
good Job of covering it. However bugs eat it up.. have our next berry crop. We're among the state's practicing farm- non-clog simmer-set. Instant
we also planted it to im : going to work the peas at least I around they've perked up quite a ers and the other will representthe automatic top lighting
bit. Trouble is that one of them
the son and that field sure One of our,next tasks it to cut once, as we want to get a luxu- soil conservation district credi-
prove will steal a nest now and then,
needs it. under the patch of land where we riant growth to cut Under for ted with the best all around job SWING OUT BROILER t
and when we find it we do not
: had tomatoes and get it ready to organic matter. Seems as if we sell those eggs, for we couldn't be for the year. Exclusive! Open the door and the '

We did not attempt to shut the plant. We are going to cut it are doing something about berriesall sure of their freshness. All competition? in the national broiler swings out, ready for tae ,

cows out of the, field after plantIng under more throughly than usual the time now, in fact about 13 program will be fet the state, level Convenient, smokeless. Fun to fix,
.
would bed it and then plant anythingthat months a with winners chosen sizzling, .
. It, as we thought they up year. Old Joy is hungry all the time. being by savory steaks.GUARANTEED 1
have no interest in newly cut land, we'think has a chance of W think that the old pet has state judging committees selected I :\ \! I I
have known that growing. One thing about it is from ,among each state's soil con- .'
;but we might The weather is a lot better now, lots of trouble grazing and that Each is ,
for
Comfort would insist on grazing the fact that it will be far easierto both for comfort and as far as being a little lazy at heart she servation leaders. against range defects guaranteed in workman-one\ \ i
with the seeder, and if -- year
and find some plant
around the fences concerned. There is
pur crops are prefers to get her feed out of a t ship or material. Burners If .
spot for busting through. We got,, the sun scalds a planting, we can and it 1 are
shower almost day time
a every bucket. Not much more Requests for soil and water con- guaranteed for life. I i
her'back IB, and some man politely go right back.and. plant. again. keeps things growing, and also until she has her calf and we servation farm plans were made
i ir.
told us that we should "keep keeps the temperature down. But haven't even got a name for it by R. F. Demorest on his placeone k '
your cows off the highway!1". It A visitor to our place might not we are 'not forgetting our plans yet. mile out 5n< the Brownlee
made wonder if he thought realize .that we are constantly *
us for irrigation, for we will have Road, W. H. Nollman, whose placeis
that any farmer wanted to lose a battling to try to keep bur farm more dry spells and that is when Myrtle, the turtle-tailed pig, located on the Keystone. High-

fine animal that way. neat and orderly. But it seems, we'll need it. got careless this week. Somethingbit way, Titus Olson on his place near
.
that we get one place tidy, and
off the end of her tail. Just Theressa, and Thomas M. Ste- Priced As Low As
few water- then we get busy with something
We're picking a
Been on the Jax Market more I proves that a little pet pig can'tbe
phens, who has a farm in the New
of else and then there's.more. to
melons now, but we lost many I careful these a
have before, too days.Plant
than
we ever
them ,due to a rot which attackedthe clean up. Sam's workbench, for lately 0 River-Brooker Area. Their land
blossom end. We. think that example, is forever littered and he and get quite a,kick out of it.
While we were there we heard a City Market '-.-. --, .. ,
in also cut lust about despairs of ever get- -.
weather May ---
the dry ,, .. .. .. ", ,- $
his okra to a, > '- -
down on production; for we should ting it in order. There is a saying farmer offering Sells Big Volume -

have had a lot more fruit. Plant : Have a: place for everything, a woman reasonable.for what,price,we but though she kicked;was I II I I HEAR BETTEROR I 9 9 NO MONEY DOWN

plant more next year, providingthat and everything in its place, andit said ."that's high isn'tit I The Plant City State Farmers'
and : pretty
In the meantime we can learn is a good one that we. are tryingto !" We sometimes wish that I Market closed its fiscal year June PAY NOTHINGlIIUI '" USE YOUR OLD RANGE

to tell when a melon is ready to : use. I 30, and Manager Henry Hilton FOR DOWN PAYMENT
these people who hate to pay the .DUBln minim
cut. released figures showing the operation -
.. ti Had trouble with webwormsor farmer a .fair price for his pro-I of the market during the Installed

. After messing around trying to ( whatever they are) In the duce had to try learn raising something it a'i strawberry season. "I71!. PLUS YOUR Completely
small seeds by hand, we tree in the barnyard last time. They'd
plant pecan Growers of the area were paid LONG TERMS TO PAY
finally made a good investment by year, so we burned the devils out. quick.
the sum of $2,863,789.46 of which OLD RANGE
buying a Planet Jr. seeder. Of But this year they are; right back 813365.96 was for strawberriesand Payments As Low As $8.53 Per Month
HEARING
course we knew all the time thatwe again, and we hate to burn again Noticed a group of workers the total vegetables was $2050,423.50. ,- AIDSTHREE
needed one, but not so long because it must carnage the tree. "sprigging" some new pasture on GREAT MODELS I
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ago we vowed that we would not We'll have to find out how to get Bryant 1",Reddish's farm. That auction block during through the season OCR $75 ....CoIoIdaIoOowbl 1 CYLINDER. GAS FREE !' !
to a
buy another thing until we were rid of them. .sure is 11 b; quick way get I (
going and it seems to us were 109,087 crates of berries
sure that it was exactly what we I pasture
needed The trouble on a farm Just about one of the hardest that it must be a lot surer than I,I and 813,998 hampers of vegetables LHUCANOVA

is that there are sO'many things job| we've ever tackled is seeding it. Sometime soon well
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BRADFORD COUNTJ TELEGRAPH, STARE, FLOMDA ) I
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' fTODAY. JULY IT.
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NOTICE TO APPEAR once each week for four
fa dreult C..r Bradford C..aty weeks In the Bradford County consecutive Tele swer quired or to pleading serve a to copy of your an- Dated this 8 day of July. 1953. of said Complaint will )bel, To: Carl L. Tucker. whose residence
the
Florida !. Ckaaeery. graph. the Complainton (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby taken aa confessed by you. and address Is 1419 Plneerott
Dorothy Temafeew, Plaintiff vs. Dated this 24 day of June; 1953. Plaintiffs Attorney. H. G. Clerk of the Circuit Court This notice shall be publishedonce Road, Greensboro, North CarolIna.
John Temafeew Defendant. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.. Darby Bates. Citizens Bank Building; By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk each week for four consecutive t appear en
TOil required ()
Case No. 9903 V Clerk of th* Circuit Court. Gainesville, Florida and file the 7/10 it 7/31 weeks In the Bradford County Tele are named
Settee To Appear.To By Marian I.. Crosby DeputClerk.. original la Circuit Court on or before graph. July 27. 1933. in the above
,cIt' : John Temafeew whose residence 6/2S. 4t 7/17 the 10th day of August. 1933othe'wise NOTICE OP IVTEVriO\: Dated" this I daT of July 1953. Court and: conse, hereto and plaintiff costs.
and address is: c/o Consolidated the allegations of said REGISTER FICTITIOCS NAME (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) Charles A. Darby seeks divorce alimony shall
Laundries. 1%% East 42nd St. NOTICE TO APPEAR Complaint will be taken as confessed Notice is hereby given that the Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford County Telegraph foar
Borough of Manhattan, New York, !. Circuit Court Bradford'Comatr by you undersIgned, under the provisions By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Cl rk. publish this Order in next
New York. PUHdat !. Chaaeery. This Notice shall be publishedonce of Chapter. 20,953 Laws of Florida, 1/!' 4t 7,'24I weekly isyies. sealat
Hlias A. Antonopojilos, Also Known each week for four consecutive Acts of 1941. will register with the Witness my hand and official
= PONCA.HEBR. suit You for are hereby notified that a as Louis Anthon, Plaintiff vs Vasihki weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Starke. Florida, this June 2$,
Divorcehas H. Antonopoulos, Also Knownas graph.Dated for Bradford County State of Florii Circuit< Court CriffTord Ternary. 1)53.OfTICIAl.SEAL.
Bessie L. Anthon, Defendant. this 3rd day of July A.D., da. upon receipt of proof of publica- Florida IB Chancery.Irene : ( ) Chrl A.DerbY
; Wherein the 'swiftly passingun1nler : chopped and a little tomato cat- been tiled against you In the Case No. 9892 1953. lion of this notice the fictitious L Tusker, Plaintiff VS. Carl' As Clerk of said Court
above
are days filled with work sup if you like. Wash and take you are named required Court to and cause and Notice T. Appear.To (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby name of The ClothesLine unde L. Tucker, Defendant By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ClerK
serve a copy of : Vasihki H. Antonopoulos'. also Clerk of the Circuit .Court which we are engaged in businesson Case No. 9S94! Chas. R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life
and gladness. I slog a song of insides out of Parboil 8 your answer or pleading to the Order Of Publlcatto aad Notice '1'.
peppers. complaint on the PlalnttfriAttorney. known as Bessie L. Anthon. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. Temple Avenue Starke, Fla. Bldg., Jacksonville Fla.
V summer as I work. minutes 'in boiling water. Stuff Evan T. Evans. 103 whose residence and address is: 7/10 4t 7/31 That the parties Interested In: said Appear State .f Florida Attys. for pif. ([:6 4/1111
LAW 2220 18th :Street, N. W.. Washington.D. busIness are: JuniUS M. Smith and .
Exchange Building. Jacksonville -- - -'.-..
in
and set -
-
a dish. -
up glass baking XOTICE TO APPEAR Virginia W. Smith W. MardJson St.,
Florida
i There la a day of sunny rest Bake for 20 min. at 350 degrees. and file the original In me office Of You are hereby notified that a r. Circuit CoBrt. Bradford Coutri'lorldai tarke, Fla. .
For dark' and troubled la Chancery. Dated this 3rd day of July AJ
every cult for V
t. 'is the Clerk of the Circuit Court
:' Corn good tp stuff peppers. before the onr Divor''' Hal H. Bowden. Plaintiff vs. BillieM. 1953. Starke Bradford County, Fla. Truly Expert
night; Use canned has been filed Bowden, 7/3. it 7/24 T H
V corn, add onions, one 3 day of August. 1953; against you In the Defendant.Case
And grief may bide, an evening above named Court and and :Xo. 9920. -
beaten otherwise the allegations of said cause - -- -
.egg cracker crumbs and
guest Complaint will be tak..n as confessed you are required to serve a copy of Settee To Appear.To NOTICE TO APPEAR
; ,milk and saiL make a stuffing. by you. your answer or pleading to the complaint : Billie M. Bowden. whose resIdence I.\Circuit Court Bradford C...". Radio And I
: But joy shall come with early 'Bake. This notice shall s>e published on the Plaintiffs AttorneyA. and address is: 108 Briggs Florida I. Chanry.
If.. light., V once each week for four consecutive J. ,Thomas Jr.. Starke. Fla. Avenue High Point. North Carolina. ,Clarence Farton Plaintiff vs." Otel-
HELPFUL HINTS: Spread a weeks In the Bradford County Tele- and file the original in the dttice of You are hereby notified that a Ia Barton, Defendant SERVICEALL
V rraph. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on suit for Case No. 9909 I
'. For God hath marked each sorrowing coating of butter over end'of Dated this 30 day of June, 1952. or before the 27 day of July, Divorce :Notice To Appear.To C.
day cheese where cut and it will not (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj 1953; otherwise the allegations of has been filed against you in the : Otelia Barton whose residence" ,
dry I Clerk of the Circuit Court said Complaint will be taken as con- above named Court and cause and is: state Mental Hospital. ALL MAKES MODELS
out.
And numbered every secret tear find the spring clothes By Marian L.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk fessed by you. you are required to serve a copy of Petersburg Virginia.
V And Heaven's long age of bliss pins handy to have near at all 7/3 4t 7/24 This notice shall be published your answer or pleading to the complaint You are hereby notified that a
times. To hold once each week for four consecutive '' on the Plaintiffs Attorney suit for V FREE ESTIMATES ..
cook book CALL
open my 239
shalipay 505 Lynch
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-'I' Zach H. Douglas. Divorce and custody of minor
For all his children suffer here. pages tq hang up a pair of hose, graph. Building. Jacksonville, Florida. childrenhas
NOTICE TO APPEAR Dated this 24 day of June. 1953. and file the original In the offIce of been filed in the
to hold the against
cloth you Most
'! William Cullen Bryant,:, on my quilt pat !. CircuIt Coon Bradford Couty (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby t'Clerk of the Circuit Court on above named Court and cause and Experienced 9 Finest Equipped{
PUrUai I. Cfeaaecrr. Clerk of tne Circuit Court. or before the 10 day of August. 1953; you are required to serve a copy of
; The above poem Is so comfort-' tern.CLAY HILL: I still rememberthe Petty Jean Campbe'l. Plaintiff vs. By :Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk otherwise the allegations of said. your answer or pleading to the Satisfaction Guaranteed
Edward complaint will be taken as confessed
Earl Campbell. Defendant. 6/26 4t 7/17 complaint on the Plaintiffs
I ing and by one of our own AmerIcan gracious manner I was treatedat Case N6. 9911 by you. Attorney .Etan T. Evans._ 103

poets. He was a very\brilliant Clay Hill and how the pe.ople Kctiee T. ,Appear.To NOTICE TO APPEAR >.ThisnoUce each week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce Law Exchange Building; Jack- Cfias. C.

man'and wrote "Thanatopsis" at seemed to ,love me as much as I residence: Edward and Earl address Campbell is: 210 whose Le- I.Florida Circuit I.Court Chancery.Bradford Couuty, weeks In the Bradford County TelaDated and sonville file the,original Florida in the office of IRa Shepherd

the age of eighteen. A poem that loved them. This is my eighth Grand Street Cheraw South Caro- Patricia Peeler Plaintiff, vs. Roy C. &raph. this 8 day of July 1953. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I TV Sales & Service Seat Covers

means a view or' death. He believed 'summer in Nebraska. There have lIna.You Peeler, Defendant. Case No. 9895 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby or before the 239
3 of 135i
are hereby notified that a Xotlee T* Appear.To Clerk of the Circuit Court day August ; STARKE, FLJ
that an of us suffer here but been many changes. I never hearan suit. for : Roy, C. Peeler whose residence Bf Marlaa L. CrosbY. Deputy Clerk. otherwise the allegations of said ,'
Heaven will be bliss God knows airplane roar overhead but DivorceT temporary and permanent and address is; R. D. 2, Wash- 7/10 4t 7/3 Complaint will be taken as confessed -
V by you.
alimony. attorney's fees burn North Dakota.
our, secret tear: We all what I think of This notice shall be publishedonce
Hill
every Clay school and restoration of maiden name Your are hereby; notified that a NOTICE TO APPEAR
: have them and there Is no getting and th roar of airplanes during Clerk of the Circuit Court suit for V IB Circuit Comrt. Bradford County. each week for four consecutive
weeks in the Bradford Tele.
has been tiled against you In the i Divorce. custody and control of Florida !. Ckaaeery.Agnes County
J around it. Some time In life the war before I entered the serv!above named Court and cause and minor children R. Harrison. Plaintiff vs graph.

ones heart feels broken. I can see ice. I used .to love to hear them 'you a-e required to serve a copy of has been filed against you In the Frank 1L Harrison. Defendant. (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 1 day) Charles of July.A.1953.Darby 9-PIECE
your answer or pleading to the above named Court and cause and Case No. 993
no escape., but God knows and, and it gave me a great, sense of complaint on* 'ithe Plaintiff's you are required to serve a copy 01 Settee To Appear. Clerk of the Circuit Court
,will do.something..about it. Don security and thrilled me that Attorney Josetlh'IC. Skipper. 221Graham"5 your answer or pleading to the complaInt To: Frank M. ,Harrison. whose By Marian L.V Crosby Deputy 7/3 4t Clerk 7/24
BniMtng. Jacksonville, on the Plaintiff's Attorney residence and address is: c/o Paul
has gone on a funeral of a man high above us were people who Florida Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Exchange Benton. 25_ Mlneola Place, New 1L
73. His own nephew said he did looked down on our school house and file the original In the office of Building Jacksonville, Brunswick.'New Jersey. XOTICE TO APPEIRIB"Circuit BED
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Florida. hereby noulied that a Ceurt. Bradford County. ROOM
You
I
not suppose the man ever had a and we in the school yard. ,Yes or before the and file the original tn the office of suit for'are Florida i !. Ck. ery.
happy moment In all his life. He I was happy.I 3 day August, 1953; the Cltfrk of the Circuit Court on Divorce, custody and control of I Manuel Reese Plaintiff, vs. Marie
otherwise the allegations of said or before the 27 day of July minor child Reese, Defendant. Case No. 9S57
was born in Norway. Came to this can hear the roar of a tractor Complaint will be taken as confessed i 1953; otherwise the allegation 01 has been filed against you In the :Notice To App_...
country with his parents. At an cultivating corn. I can see it out by you. said Complaint will be taken as con- above named Court and cause and To: Marie Reese, whose residenceand GROUP
i This notice shall ue publishedonce fessed address is 214 Summit _
by you. are required to serve a copy of : Avenue. V
he his left He the window. I the V you
early age lost eye. am on sun : each week for four consecutive This notice shall be publishedonce your answer or pleadings to the Jersey City N. J.
never married but managed by porch. Another summer is here weeks in the V E'radford County Tele- each week for four consecutive complaint on the Plaintiff's You are hereby notified that a Phone 80 Starke, Fla.
graph. weeks in the Bradford County. Tele Attorney T. Frank Landrum, suit for .
hard work to own a farm and and I see a trail of dust following Dated this 2 day of July. 1953. graph.
control and
Starke. Florida Divorce. custody
V home. He batched. Tradegy followed the tractor. My wren sings that (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Dated this 25 day of June 1953. and tIle the original In the office of support of minor child 1-BED WAS J 59.95

in his wake. They tell me is again nesting in th box on the By.Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the Deputy Circuit Court Clerk (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby the Clerk of the Circuit Court on has been filed against you In the i
CourtBy
Clerk of the Circuit or before the above named Court and cause and, 1-CHEST
his mother was killed. His brother side of the house. 7/3 4t 7/24 Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ro day of August. 1953; you are required to serve a copy of ,
VANITY
V committed suicide and then his Here is a poem, "Kind Words": 6/26 4t 1/17 otherwise the allegations of aid your answer or pleading to the complaint -I
Complaint will be taken as confessed on the Plaintiffs Attorney VANITY BENCH
father was killed. He lost his How little Is costs If we give it la The County Jndge'n Court. In by you. T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla.I

.farm and died on old age pen- a thought NOTICE TO APPE.lRI. Aad For Bradford County Florida This notice shall be publishedonce and file the original in the office MATTRESS 3995
Circuit Court. Bradford Coaatr. 1
NOW
V eah week for four consecu- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court "nor
lion. His 37 nieces and nephews To make happy some heart Florida la Ckaaeery. IN RE: The Estate of GROVER C. tive weeks in the Bradford County before the 3 day of August. 1953; 1-COIL SPRINGS
buried him. Put him away nice. each day; Diane Penton Plaintiff, vs. Rex A. BLUMER, also known as G. C: Telegraph. otherwise the allegations of said 1-BED SPREAD
Defendant.
Penton Dated this 8 day of July 1953. Complaint will be taken
as confessed -
Sols the last history of him. He Just one kind word, or'a tender Case. No. !9S93Natlee :BLUMER NOTICE ,FOR deceased.FILING PETITION OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby I, by you. 2-PILLOWS I

looked peaceful and with ,a"nice smile To Appear.To FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF Clerk of the Circuit Coup This notice shili be published
: Rex A. Penton whose resI- EXECUTOR Vf Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk once each week for four consecutive '
smile in his last As we on our dence and address is: 67 Veterans V
sleep. go daily way Alabama Notice is hereby. given that I have 7/10 4t 7/31 weeks in the Bradford County .Tele-
Court Montgomery.
My garden has done well Up filed my final returns as Executorof APPEUllIB graph. r
Perchance a look will sufficeto You are hereby. notified that a the Estate of Grover C. Blumer, NOTICE TO Dated this 29 day of June 1953. .-
until day before yesterday I had clear suit for also known as G. C. Blumer. deceased Circuit Coart. Bradford Comntr., (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby -;
Divorcehas Florida IB CmaBeery. Clerk of the Circuit Court V _ V
been watering it night. ; that I have filed my Petition I \ _
every The cloud fram a neighbor'sface been filed against you In the for distribution and final discharge Avis C. Clark. Plaintiff. vs. James ,By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
Now there Is a water above named Court and cause and Jennings Clark, Defendant. _
shortageand and that on August 5th, .I 7/3 4t 7/24 I kVVV
you are required to serve a copy of Case No. 9922Notice ________ _
they have asked us not to 1953. I will apply to the HonorableT. : .
And the press of a hand in i your answer or pleading to the To Appears'To NOTICE TOPPE.R I : -' r -- .a4V
A. Yawn. County Judge of Brad-
water. However I had soaked V complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney James Jennings Clark. whose
: In 'Circuit Court Bradford County
ford County Florida for approvalof
sympathyA Evan T. Evans. 103
residence and address is R. D. No. SV
:
Florida IB Caaacery.Michael
things up good and nothing as said final returns and for an order '
sorrowful tear erase. Law Exchange Building Jacksonville 2. Dover, Delaware. Scholack. Plaintiff, vs. Ida V V _____ ,
of distribution and for final dis
yet Is suffering. The weather man Florida. You are hereby notified that a,suit Mae Scholack Defendant.Case. V/V ,
and file the original In the officeof charge as Executor of the4 Will of _
for Divorce No. 9910 : V
.", says showers. My cabbage is now It costs so little I wonder why the Clerk of the Circuit Courton I,Grover C. Blumer, also known as G. has been filed against you In the Notice To AppearsTo V' t :

heading up. .I have green beans We give so little thought? or before the C. Blumer, deceased. above named Court and cause and : Ida Mae Scholack whose residence -
big enough to. eat. We have plen- A smile kind words .27 day of July 1953; i July 7, 1953 you are required to serve a' copy of and address is: 119 West
'
a glance otherwise the allegations of said (Signed) E. A. WINKLER,
I your answer or pleading to the complaint HUh Street. New York. New York.
ty new potatoes, peas, and beets. a touch. V Complaint will be taken as con- Executor. on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT. You are hereby notified that 8

V I cooked beet greens.. They are What' magic with them is fessed by you. 7/1D 4t 7/31 Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida suit for Divorce has been filed ,
This notice shall be
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and file the original in the office against in the above named i
good. 1 thinned the beets out and la The Circuit Court Of Florida you
Similar! To
wrought. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Co'Tt and cause and you are required : :
/cooked the tops and small beets. Eighth Judicial Circuit, la And or be/ore the 10 day of August. 195V to serve a copy of ynur answer ,
1V "" -I For Bradford County In Chancery otherwise the allegations of said or pleading to the complainton .
; fy'com' is tasseling. Pole beans I know how much,of. hurt has CEMETERY WORKING Myrtice Yawn Plaintiff, vs. 'W. Complaint will be taken as confessed the Plaintiffs Attorney -I _ .- Above Picture
are away up the; poles. I come Yawn. Defendant. \ T'1 by you. T.. Frank Landrum, Starke, --I I Iliii
your way
There will be a working HOTICE TO APPEAR This notice shall be publishedonce Florida. and file the origfhal in the L:
STUFFED PEPPERS: Out here But walk' with mef upon the atjya1 To: \V. T. Yawn whose I each week for four consecutive,office of the Clerk of the Circuit
they stuff peppers for a change I hills today Cemetery on Friday August 7. is: Route 1. Vienna, Georgia. weeks In the Bradford County Tel- Court on or before the 3 day of August -r .- '- ,
You are hereby notified that a egraph. 1953; otherwise the allega.1tins --- -. p -
with corned beef hash. You can God bless you all, Everyone invited. suit for divorce has been. filed I -

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FRIDAY, "5TLY 17,-1953 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
PAGE NINE I

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WOODL\MISSIONARY VTVTTTTVWy VTTTVTVTTVT H attended the funeral of her brother -
MOUftr.l Funeral MondayFor in 1944. I Cemetery near Raiford ithVll-
BAPTIST CHURCH George Stitch, at Jackson-
LAUTEY. FLA. HAMPTON.by ville Saturday.Mr. Mrs. RosierMrs. Survivors include a daughter, }son Funeral Home, Lake City in

and Mrs. John E. Ham- Mrs. Ruby Harbrough, and a son, charge. Mrs. Rosier was a mem-
CHURCHES 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 ajn. mond Theodore, both of Raiford; one
preaching. "6:15: BTU, '6:45_ pray Mrs. AVm. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAA son. Chester Searl and Omage Rosier, 78, died sister, Mrs. Ruby Edwardson, i ber of the Raiford Baptist Church.
i Harry Baker from Crystal Lake Saturday, July 11, at her home
er service, 7 o'clock song services, called Hernando; five brothers Joe and
7:30 evening services. Hammond on Air. and Mrs. Wm. near Raiford following a short Redden Kelly, Brooksville; John | CLOSED FOR VACATION
Club Plans Sale and daughter, Willow illness. She was born in the partof Kelly, Lake Butler j
II ; Dowling Kelly,
Presbyterian Church Christian Church THEBESSA The Home Demonstration Club Ruth. Saturday afternoon.Mr. Bradford County that is now Tampa; and Blake Kelly of South Doyle the Cleaner will be closed

I HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH of Hampton met Thursday after- and Mrs. Ack Yarbroughand Union County, and resided in that Carolina. for one week beginning August 1
Regular School services I Sunday July 14-Bible School three children of Waldo have all
Sunday area her life. She was the
noon in the Community Center Services while
the
Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preach, moved into were held Monday ; proprietors are on vaca-
the
will be held at 9:45: a. m. 'At the 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship and,ing Service 11 a. m.; Training with the president, Mrs. Wm. vacated Knight house recently [widow of Martin Rosier who died, afternoon at 3 o'clock in Sapp ition.,
Communion 11 a.--m. Sermon "The by Cscar McGee. [
morning worship service the pas- I|Hammond presiding. After the
Union 7 Service
p. m.; Evening Mr. and Mrs.'
Robert Cox
Macedonian Call" Christian En en-
tor will preach on "The Church (18 usual business meeting plans --
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and the Apostles' Creed". The deavor 7 p. m., showing and study p. m."A were made to save homemade tertained at a family'picnic din
evening worship service will be at ing colored film of the ife 'of church earnestly contendingfor ice cream and cake sale on Friday ::. ner on their lawn Sunday noon.
8 and Christ. Evening message, "Three the Faith which was once de Attending were Mr. ;nd Mrs. MidSummer Carnival Of !
p. m., the minister will Gifts" at 8 livered unto the Saints." -Jude night July 24. The_ proceedswill Claude May Mrs. May Sweeney Bargains
preach on "The Message of Zacha- p. m. go to make further improve-
3. A welcome awaits and daughters
you. Norma Joan and
riah". Midweek Prayer Service, Wednesday
ments for the hall. We do not
-Merle Packman Connie, Mr. and ..._
8 m. studying 6th Chapter pastor. Mrs. Lynn Hall ''''''''' '
have
Prayer meeting will be held p. too many members at pres- and
daughter Lucille
and H. D.
Wednesday evening at 7:30 m., of Hebrews. ent, and have 'asked for outside
p. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS May, all of Hampton, and
and following this half-hour service The pastor, Donald G. Weldon CHURCH donations, but otherwise than the May of Palatka. Billy

i choir practice will be held at has submitted his resignation to Sunday School 10 a.m. Town Council we have, had no re Mr. and Mrs. George Alderman ::::s 7Nw

8 p. m. enter the missionary field in Hawaii Morning Service 11 a.m. sponse. We do hope to raise some! and family of Lake City and ::::::.

On Friday afternoon July 24.thf _and Sunday, July 26, will Evening Service 7:30: p.m. money with our sale. mother, Mrs. Alderman of Starke -
Junior Choir will meet at the be. his last day with the church Prayer Meetings WednesOaj At this time our H. D. Agent spent Sunday with the T. J. Al- =--===
Miss Ross -
Church fcr its weekly practice. night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nig1a\ instructed us in making dermans.Mr. =-
here. earrings from rick rack whichare ::=;
Any children 6-12 are invited to and Mrs. Carlton Chastain
attend. SEVENTH DAY very pretty and will make and son, Tommy, visited in Jacksonville ,I --::::

Church ef ChristCorner ADVENTIST CHURCH nice gifts. Friday afternoon.Miss sm.s
We have lost two active I,
very Louise
Methodist Services each Adkins spent Thursday
Church Sabbath in old
members-Mrs.
McLean and
10th and McMahua night with Mrs.
i Preaching A. M. and< 7:31.: Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath daughter Mrs. H. Warner who are Jr. at Macclenny. P.'L. Morris 4'IIIIIIII_
Services for Sunday, July 19 -" School 2 :
p.m. Preaching
t I P.M. moving to Miami.August 1. Mrs.
Church School 0:45 ajn.Morn. I Prayer Meeting,and Bible Stud each second and fourth SabbathsI I After the meeting, refreshmentswere is spending Weathersby a few days of with Branford hero Quantity Bights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sot July: 18

ing Worship 11 o'clock sermon each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. 3 p.m. Elder Mostert pastor I,, served in honor of them t sister, Mrs:-T. J. Alderman.H. .
topic "The Whole Armor of God", Bible School-10 A. M.St. Bible Study each Thursday 8 shqw our gratitude and appreciation W. Priester Low Prices
Evening service 8 p.m. with the Everyone welcome. P.m.1 I for the stopped Thursday 152 Gall Street
way that they have to visit his sister '
Mrs. J. G.
pastor, Rev, T. G, Mitchell preaching Everyday -
on the 23rd Psalm. Favorite, .,Edward's Church CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST :I helped to make our Club a suc Adkins, on his way home to

hymns led by G. T. Huggins.All Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. LATTER DAY SAINTS Get cess.Legion Awards points Palatka in from ouisiana.visiting various Specials Too Starke, Florida ool

young people are invited to Weekday Mvs 7:30 a.m. Services each Sunday in old Ma The American Legion certifi. Miss Fred Eiland of
Jacksonville
the Senior and Intermediate MYF Children's Class Saturday 11 sonic Hall on B. Call St. Sunday cate of School Award was presented former -
Hampton resident,
each at 1 o'clock. a. ,m. School 10 a. m., Sacrament Serv
Sunday night to two of All
Brands
ice 6:30 I Hampton Elemen spent last week with Miss Earlena : ...EvaporatedMILK
Keystone HeightsWomen's p. m. Everyone welcome.
, tary School 1953 graduates--Vernon Norman.'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1.
At The Tabernacle I 1 ( Club) I Forsythe and Emotean Hall.
Sunday :Mass 8 a. m. D. G. Weldons Ask I I These certificates are for Dlstinguished

The Toccoa Falls InBtltute Gos Confessions before all Masses. I Achievement for further 3.
Support of Public I Cans37C
pel Team of young men will a recognition of the possessions of LAKE GENEVAby Tall

t, pear at the Tabernacle Mark's In Mission WorkDear I hierh qualities of Honor, Courage,
o (Friday) and several groups fro Episcopal Scholarship, Leadership and Serv

out of. town are expected to be Rev. Raymond E. MacBlaln Friends: I ice. These awards were made by Blanche Cunningham
here for the service. Dr. Hendon May I take this opportunity to I I Jones-Langford-White Post 56 of I II AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.I Fresh Roasted Whole Bean 7W -

Brown is the head of the team Schedule of Senices say to you and all our many i Starke, and came as a complete
and he is well known here haying SUNDAYS friends of this section that I'have:i:surprise to these young people. Recent guests of Mrs. AgnesB.
visited Starke with different resigned from the First Christian !r Mrs. Thomas Colson and chil- Lawrence was her sister-in-
,8:45: a.m., Church SchooL 11 law and Mrs. Velvo Coffee
singers many times. Sermon Church of Starke to enter the I I dren of Starke spent Monday with nephew Edith' Boyd Lb Bag69C
uai., Morning Prayer & ; : and son George of Oakdale, Pa.
work Mrs.
John
An interesting Youth :Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Young People's Service i as missionaries in Hawaii, Knight and Mrs. Joe Hugh Lucas will enter Riverside -'
5,000 miles iForsyth.
was prepared and led last Satur- I away.
League.
I Hospital in Jacksonville today
, day night by Mrs. Milo Smith. We will finish our work hereon I Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May visited for DONALD DUCEMayonnaiseQuart' -
.
I HOLY COMMUNION1st. their parents here surgery. t
An educational Bible Quiz was Sunday, 'July 26 and will Saturday. Their
11 3rd. Sun- leave son Billy remained for a few Miss Danette Snow of Sarasota,
presented in which all took part. Sunday a.m. Starke July 28. We will days
During the week the Ladies day 7:30: go to Atlanta to spend about 10 I j visit with his grandfather, Horace niece of Ray Forsythe and Mrs. (
ajn.FRIDAY days, thence to i jMay. and grandmother, Mrs. MinI Blanche Cunningham, underwent
-j. Auxiliary has been active 'in various California, and on 39C
Tuesday morning in the
, nie surgery
ways and much work is being 1:30'p.m.. Litany & Meditation.I to our new work in Hauula, Oahu, I Johns. Sarasota Hospital and is doing as
planned,, for the future. Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Matchettand
8 pan., Choir RehearsaL well as can be expected. Her
:Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johns of We realize that,.this is a grea I family, and Mrs. G. P. Wads- mother is the .former Ruby For] _

Gainesville attended and took undertaking and wt are going i(worth spent the weekend visitin? sythe, former resident here. Ballard's Plain or S-R &
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part in the Sunday evening serv Church of God only on faith that the Lord and relatives in Plant City and St. .
Mrs. B. Lawrence, :
Agnes

ice. i Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn his Just people as,He has will for supply so many the other need. I Petersburg.Mr.. and.Mrs. F, L. Bullock of R. Forsythe, Mrs. V. A. Carlson Mrs.,

TENT REVIVALA ing Worship 11 a m. Evening of His workers. .. I Georgetown. S. C. were'weekend Mrs.Janice B. Cunningham Forsythe spent and Carolynand Thurs Flour 5 45c 10 89c

Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service We are being led of the Lord I I guests of their parents. Mr. and day in Jacksonville. ,
tent revival will begin Thurs Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting to go to these far away places]J I II I Mrs. J. A. Sasser. Mrs. Sasser

day, July 23, beside the Sinclair 7:30 p.m. Thursday. to teach and preach to'people who!'returned with them for a short .

4, -Service"Station. on the Gainesvillehighway. Lawtey cannot read and write or in many'',,visit. Old South OrangeJUICE Tropical Short Grain Donald Duck Peanut
Rev. W. B.
Harrell and
cases have not ever heard a word i,I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Touchton JI
will be in Sunday School' 10 .a.ro- Morning j
'party
charge. Services I:
about our Lord. We feel that ;, of Bell were recent guests of 'the
each evening at 8 p. m. Everyone Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving many of you good folk would |I Wattersons.Mr. aR'+ RICE BUTTER
welcome.. i Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
I like to.have. part in helping us and Mrs. Carl Wilson and yet
carry the Word to a lost low children of Heilbronn were Sun- N<

moral people.We day visitors of their aunt, Mrs. r '

will need about $800 for us Joe Forsyth and family. 46-oz Can 23' 3 ,Lb Pkg 39C 12-oz Glass 25C
to get there and carry our car I Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cannon and

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke with a few other things that we I two sons, of St. Louis Mo. and
I will have to have. Then most o fibers I I W. E. Jeffries of Chaffiee
all we will need at least 20 persons s Mo. have returned after spendinga

.. who would be willing to send us I.I week with Mr. Cannon's par- U. S. Govl. Graded "CHOICE" Eai-Rile Beef Sale!

4 .. say $10 per month as support.I I jents.I : Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cannon. ,
But we know there will be those While here the men went to Cedar Boneless Top or Bottom Cuts
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor. who could not go that high others I Keys, planning a couple days of
I more so that whatever the Lord fishing. After about 30 minutes
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town leads each of you to do we shall I',on the pier, C. C. Cannon hooked R.euepij3 I IIftcL

be grateful and the Lord shall j' a large catfish which began giv ROUND STEAK 69C
Phones Office ..3 Pastorium 130 richly bless you. ing him a hard time. His son E. STEREO CAMERA

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e I' '' "III I 1"1""'" 1"1" We hope to arrive in Hawaii i I I A. grabbed the fish as it flopped
I about August 18, so all mail after I around piercing his stomach with "
Sunday Sermons: 11:00'A.M.. 7:30 P.M. that date should be sent to.PonaldG. :one of its horns. No doctor was Guaranteed Tender BeefCHUCK

Weldon, Gen. Del., Hauula.I!available until they reached
Sunday School 9:45 AJtf. Training Union 6:15 Pat'Midweek
,
I Oahu, Hawaii. Until August 18 Starke. where Dr. Adams cleanedout

Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.& I please, address P. O. Box 428, the wound and administeredshots. r ROAST 39c
I Starke, Fla. Pretty tough for a man Lb

J I -We know .e shall miss you who had driven 1,500 miles to fish

folk here and the many nice I at Cedar Keys. ,

things you have done for .us.I Mrs. U. D. Dyal entertained
But our thoughts and [Friday evening in honor of her $17450
prayers I I
Don't Miss This Last In The Series Of shall 1 husband's hnc Boneless Rolled Boneless Freshly GroundHAMBURGER
always be with each of you. birthday. After a social
Messages on The Commandments Do .remember us in your prayers 1 hour, ice cream and cake were So easy to use! RUMP ROAST BEEF STEW

Sunday 8 p.m., and in your giving to the Lord served to Mrs. Mary Jones and I For a oerer-to-be-forgotten thrill- .
and please write us. No. extra daughter Andrea of Crescent I come in today fur a FREE demonstra ,

k4 "The EleventhCommandment" six postage cents.is needed. Air Mail only and City,'daughters Mr. and Mrs.Wanda Elmer of Starke Lewis have tion amazing of breathtaking Revere 3-dimension stereo depth pictures pictures shape-that and the '

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Ybur brother and sister in Christ I granddaughters Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dyal and lifelike glorious in natural every detail.color-Discover that are truly ho1 LB LB LB

Donald and Jewell WeldonGRAHAM ,Patsy Roark. Mrs the Revere 33 operates as easily as
VS Wm. Hammond and daughter Willow soy ordinary camera. You just press .
I'... Ruth of Hampton. the button and everything you see is -
What is it? TTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTT* captured in thrilling 3 dimension.
Bob Cray Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffins of Guesswork is eliminated; focusing is U. S. No. 1 Regular \VhitePOTATOES"
,. Where is i it found in the Bible? Jacksonville called on his father automatic. Even beginners get line
Pastor results.Don't miss seeing this wonder
Walter Griffin .
To whom was it given? Sunday. camera today!
Mrs. T. J. Alderman has been

Join The Crowds Attending Services At The: I ..by Sirs. Bonnie McKinney davs confined with to her home for several 1 You "are inyited"to 10 Lbs 33C
a a a a 1. l a AAAA.i& a a a a a a. lumbaeo. come to
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Mrs. Charles Tomlinson of
First Baptist Church HamptonBible Mr. and Mrs. Mack Abernathyand Jacksonville is spending the week and see

son are visiting Mr. and Mrs. with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Troy made with Delicious Ripe Calif.Cantaloupes.
F. T. Abernathy sensational
,School 10 a.m. B. T. U. 7 p.m. Norman.
The John McKinneys re in Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rivers and camera.
"Come thou With Us and We Will Do Thee Good" Gainesville last Friday. mother of Live Oak were recent 2 45C

Colen Ratliff and Robert Dow- guests. of the Chastain families. For
ling, who are in the Navy and Mrs. Maude Andrews of Starke
stationed in Virginia, were visiting land I Mrs. Jessie Chastain spent

Colen's parents, the L. E.Ratlaffs I several days last week fishing at
FRIENDS OF STARKE last weekend. 'Salt Springs.
Fresh Cuban Fresh Red RipeTOMATOES SUPERBRANDAVOCADOS
'We are to hear Patty
that
sorry Mr. Greshan
of Dunnellon is
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AND BRADFORD COUNTY and Mrs. Bobby Dyal have movedto spending this week with Miss MARGARINE

yOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED Gainesville.Horace Nell \V liam$. 1 I 1
McKinney of Waldo Mrs. Verna
,To The Young and sons ,i
was me weekend guest of his parents
: the John McKinneys. "' "' "'''' ''' '''''' ''' '''''' ''' ''' ''' ''' ''' ''' '''''' ''' '''
',tRUTH FOR TODAY TENT Mrs. Joe Call, who is employedin 3 For25C 2 LBS 35c LB .19c

Gainesville, spent the weekendat Our Repair Loans Conserve Homes
Tenth and Walnut Streets her home here.

Billy, Broughton and Bobby. -
THE SUBJECTS WILL BE: Robert and Richard Cain and Uncle Sam urges you to keep your home in

Thurs, July 16, 7:30 p.m. "Three Angels Flying Julian Hampton Wasdin Lake spent last the night at| 'first class condition. If you are in need of Libby or Duncan Hines Frozen Concentrated


1!I t Fit, July 17, 7:30 Over p.m.Starker- "Heaven's Plan For Saving and Mr.their' and son Mrs., Charlie Clarence Saturday.of Frailer Miami 'money for, a repair job of any kind, take advantage
Juice 7 99c
Man From Sin"Sun. spent two weeks in Philadelphia of our friendly service. Come in today Orange Cans

.. July 19,7:30 p.m.- "Armageddon"- Hear about visiting their son and daughter-
in-law and arrange for a loan.KEYSTONE .
\ Earth's last great conflict. Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Fra-

. Also Special moving pictures. zir.Mr.
and Mrs. Will Melton and ALL FLAVORS SUPERBRAND
;. Tues., July 21, 7:30 p.m. "The Key of God's Store- ; son Gene and Mrs. Annie Ward STATE BANK"The

house" What is it? and children of Waldo attended

chuch here Sunday night. Friendly BanV .
Come and Hear These Interesting LecturesT. Mr. and.Mrs. V. L. McKinney of ICE CREAM Gal 69c
Gainesville Keystone Heights, Fla. l/2
MOSTERT ARDEN MOTE and Mr. and Mrs. John H
j I McKinney visited relatives in Member FDIC
Singing Evangelist Song Director Tampa day. Saturday night and Sun \




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Bradford Tenth Arthur Lester Crews '" :;*.,:.,--9.:>'$<;W- :' :&>1":::..",.,.".,,' ".'d':, ,,.., 7,".. ,. A & P To Feature Hpard of. County Commissioners. I!graph Clerk of the Circuit Court
t1; ::>:: : ::: ::'" Bradford County Starke, Florida, Dated this' 10 day. of July. 195J. I 1 Py Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I
. Rites Held r Hill Billy AnticsAt will" receive bids to be opened at (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ;'i. 4t 5 T '
Sunday 10:00)1.., August 3, 1953, for the I

In Pulp Output At'Raiford ChurchFuneral Grows I Store SaturdayF. following Three-Quarter: Ton Window j jI -- -- ------ "ill

Air Conditioning-, of Standard I
popular make, thermostatically controlled -,
Bradford County ranked tenthin services for Arthur D. Key. manager of the local five-}ear warranty period. I YATES EXTERMINATING

pulpwood production among Lesley Crews, 31, who lost his \ & P Store announces that completely!it. installed on 220 V Cir

Florida counties in 1952. This life in an accident near Rhinebeck. heldon Baker and his Hill Billy cu A check in the amount of $100.00

.county is credited, with producing N Y on 'July 9, were held Sunday Tail- Hayriders of Orlando will be, atLhe Is to accompany each bid. I

52,510) cords during the 12-month afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Rai store all .day Saturday, July reject The any Board or reserves all bids.the right to SERVICEFREE

period. At an average, price of ford Baptist Church. '8, with free entertainment, fea- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby

around $18 per cord, this would I Crews, who was a driver for the ,uring hill billy music and stunts. 7.17 Clerk.2t 7/24

mean that Bradford pulpwood I: L.A. Murrah Truck Co. of Or-. Weather permitting a stage INSPECTION OF YOUR

producers received around '$95- lando' :, was .killed" when his ,truck 'Bacco"It's will be erected on the store's Notice is hereby>OTICK given that the

pOO for the. year's output overturned and burned. He war parking lot' at Call and Cherry Board of County Commissioners,

iFlorida's 1952 'production of,I alone 'at the time, so the., cause of Streets, for the. row during the Bradford will receive County bids Starke.to be opened Florida.at PROPERTY FOR TERMITESLICENSED '

1,583,000 cords set anew record the accident is not known. He morning hours. If it rains or the .10:00 A.M., August 3, 1953. for the I.
I I gets too hot in the afternoon, I following:
for pulpwood production in this was considered one of the most sun

state.: It was six per cent above: dependable drivers in the employof : the orchestra will probably move : hg One-Ton Unit of standard Window popular Air Conditiqn-make. BY

and 14 cent inside the store. II thermostatically controlled, fiveyear .
the
1951 production per company.
I warranty period completely STATE AND COUNTY AND BONDED
above 1950.Florida Mr Crews was born at RaifordDec. j I I, installed on 220: V. Circuit. I

ranked fourth in the 13 1921, the son of Mr. and ______ A cheek in the amount of $100.00Is MEMBER OF
m to each bid
accompany
in pulpwood production Mrs. Arthur Lawton Crews of Or- NOTICE TOPPE.R
South The Board
the to
reserves right
the best tobacco I ever grew," says Raymond Brown of in Circuit Court. Bradford Ceunt7Florida I
1952, with Georgia Mississippi lando. His father was a guard at : In Chaceery.Alfred reject any pr all bids. CHAMBER OF COMMERCEIn
L'nlon-Countl', and points to the above photo to proe'his statement. R. Martin, Plaintiff. Ruth (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby %
Louisiana leading. the State Farm for
and many years Martin. Defendant.Case Clerk.
,. The :Florida pulpwood cut last before moving to'Orlando. The fine toba'co'towt"1'1j over the heads of Raymond and his ,wife, Marlene Xo. 9929. 7'17 2t 7/24

filled only about twothirdsof Besides Blanche. Mr, Brown, whose farm is seven 'miles south of Lake Butler, \<>1lc* To Appear.To .
his parents he is survived -
year : Ruth Marlene Martin whose NOTICE TO APPEAR Business Since 1934
the need of pulpmflls in the by his wife, Qui elle'Robinson near Worthington has 2.8 acres of tobacco, planted on "good lowland" residence and address U: 161 \Vest In Circuit Court, Bradford County,
capacity'of the. Florida weather without Colorado Street Memphis, Tennes- Florida: !. C.... trw.
state Pulp Crews and four young daughters That's the reason it came through the dry Helen Marion Thompson, Plaintiff.

mills 'stood at 4,165 tons per Judy Carol, Nelda Jo, Sandra damage he says. Nearly: every one who sees it tells Mr. Brown it's sef.Yuu are hereby notified that a v.'. Ralph Mack Thompson Defendant. -
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and will reach 4- suit for Divorce Case No. 9930 For Reasonable and Reliable
day last year and Janet, and one sister With much of it of
the best in Union County. reaching a height has been filed against you In the Notice To Appears

.. 740 tons late In 1951. I Mrs,, P. E. Faulkner of Jackson- seven feet, his 2.8 acres is equal in poundage to about five acres of above named Court and cause and To: Ralph Mack Thompson, whose
County led in Florida ville you are required to serve a copy of residence and address is: c/o Wrays TERMITE CONTROLCALL
Alachua average yield1, :Mr. Brown says. your answer or pleading to the Barber Shop. Boulevard and Broad
and was fifth rjnking in the entire -I He resided with his family at complaint on the Plaintiff's Streets, Richmond Virginia.You .
,
cords Attorney Lloyd Bas 302 Clark are hereby notified that
r South producing 98,440_ Orla Vista near Orlando. I Building, Jacksonville. Florida suit for a
Enters Car Model Jacobs Home OR WRITE
countieswere.
Other leading I in the office
1 in 1932. Officiating at the funeral were and file the original Divorce
Marion with 90,753 cords: Rev. Vernon McAllister of Orlando of the_ Clerk of the Circuit Courton has been filed_against you In the

1 I St. Johns 84,534, Nassau 83,512,: P.,-and Rev Wilson of Rai- Sold To DankelMr. or 17 before day of the August 1953: I I above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of Yates Exterminating Service

Putnam 80,724, Baker 71.672, ford. Pall bearers were fellow otherwise the allegations of said your answer or pleading to the .
Complaint will be taken as con- I complaint on the Plaintiff .
Hamilton 60,636, Volasla 56,232 truck drivers the. Murrah and Mrs. N. S. Kankel have fessedby you. Attorney Lloyd E-ass, 30! Clark
'53,146. This notice shall be publishedonce Building. Jacksonville Florida 3035 Lenox Ave. Phone 8-4290
and day Company. purchased the former B. Jacobs each week for four consecutive and file the original in the office of
Interment ,was lit-Sapp Ceme-; home on West Madison St. and weeks in the Bradford County Tele- the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor Jacksonville Fla.
BirthsMr. graph. before the I
Recent ery.near Raiford. will move into it after remodelling ... Dated this ID 'day of July 193.;/ 17 dayof August; 1933;' I
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby otherwise the allegation of said
and :Mrs. Ford Manning and redecorating. The deed was I Clerk of the Circuit Court. Complaint will be taken as confess.ed TRUCK NOW IN STARKEyyyyyyyyyyyywyyyyyyyyywwwywwwwwwwww
the birth of a son Bicycle Races recorded on June 30 and documen-I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. by you.
announce 7/17 U 8/7
This notice shall be published
indicate
tary stamps a
t : Damon Leon. on July 7 in 'the Open To Boys once each week for four consecutive
Orange Park Medical Center. of $10,000. Mr. Kankel is em- I weeks in the Bradford County TeleTTTTTTWTWWWWWWwwwwwwwwww-

And Girls 8-18 oloyed here with Hercules Powder NOTiCE TO APPEAR . ..___.__
I V Y V V V I V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 'TTYYVVVVVVVVVHERB
I Bradford County, i.
CQ. IB Circuit Court
C. T. U. t. Florida I. Chancery
W. All boys,,and girls wishing to Other recent transactions of importance Emily '"A.-' hole Pea:.e,Plaintiff, *"s. i

the racing eventsat include Sale of the Albert A. Pease, Defendant.Case I s..R
IT DOESN'T PAY TO HAVEONE enter bicycle : No. 9932 [ THOMAS RESTAURANT.J

CITIZEN IN JAIL BE- Keystone Airpark on Wednes- j Jitney Jungle building on West Notice To Appear.To .

CAUSE ANOTHER CITIZEN day, July 29.,may obtain entrance Call St.. by W. J..and Lula B. I : Albert and address A. Pease is: Unknown.whose residence -

WAS ,LICENSED TO SELL HDI blanks from P. T. Nolin at the I Dodd to S. G. Denmark for You are hereby notified that a

LIQUOR. uso. j I$15,000. I suit Divorce for and restoration of maiden E f 301 /2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301 3

FLORIDA GOOD NEWS. f the. Keystone I of Brad
( Sponsored by Sale of Blocks 2 and 3 name

MARCH 1958J) Heights Recreation Department. I[ford Heights Subdivision on new has above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the : ,sesssssnnnsrsnnrnflflsrs sssesssssssssssnnssssssssnsssfl.

the bicycle meet will include a Blanding Road by W. A. and Mary you are required to serve a copy of I

yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy" variety of features and will be .w4 I I essent to Glen G. and Mary your complaint answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading to the REGULAR MEALS.eWEEKLY

WHERE TRAINING AND open to all boys and girls betweenthe Charles D. Kirkland, 15yearoldStar Frances Searing for $12,000. Attorney Zach H. Douglas 505;/ "

COUNT of ft and 18 who live in Scout of is Lynch Building, JacksonUlle\ ,
EXPERIENCE ages I Troop 70: pictured Sale of Lot 18, Indian Beach Florida

'I' .-", the Starke- eysto.ne Heights area. above holding the streamlined ubdivision, by Harry W. Burham. and file, the original In the officeof SPECIALSFOUNTAIN
If peed a truss or surgical Circuit Court on
you model the Clerk'of the
of. a car-of-the-future which Eldred B. and Richard H, Gregory \

tupporCyou; cannot afford, t ota District Tourney he.entered last'weekjn the Fisher; to Ernestine Eisenacher. of er before the \

a_chance with your health Baseball Body Craftsman's Guild contest. Gainesville for $9,000. otherwise 17 day the of August.allegations 1933;/ :of said E SERVICE
Junior
by being Improperly fitted. Young Kirkland spent 100 tedi- Complaint will be taken as con '

'if're at Canova Prescription Gus work hours fessed by you.
Starts WednesdayThe on the carefully This notice shall be publishedonce : .
< -' -flersin fls S.SSSSSS .SSflSflWSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
Center, we have trained tecbnlclaasVboth designed model which is made to year 195X. It is made of fir wood. each week for four consecu- ,

male and female district tournament of ;;the, *a scale of one inch representingone National top prize in the con- tive Telegraph.weeks in the Bradford County '

to erve'you.BeiiMMnber" .' American Legion) Juulor Baseball foot on any General Motors test is a $4,000 scholarship while Dated this 13 day of July. 19Z3. Special Sunday DinnersTHOMAS
SEAL) Charles A. Darby \
(OFFICIAL;
wiU in Starke car. He'calls his model business
.._ your health and program be played a the winner in each state receives Clerk of the Circuit Court
night at 8 man's five Crosby, Deputv Clerk
beginning Wednesday passenger coupe of the By Marian
comfort 'depend on expert SI50 cash award. /17 4t 1/1
o'clock.At E flness srpeer SSSSrsSSSSSfl-flflSS-n.eSnS-ansp rSSSSflSSSSSSStL
'fitting.;
the present ,time it IS believed '

that Starke arid Gainesville !HOTICK
: CANOVA I that the
Notice is hereby given
will teams in the
be the only County Assessor of Taxes for Brad
PRESCRIPTION CENTEI tournament so the. title will go to ford County. Florida will meet the

the best two out of three. BILLY MATTHEWS'WASHINGTON ?oard of County Commissioners of
of the
PHONE 4202 I said County in the Office
Tuesday night Green Cove Clerk of Circuit Court at Starke.
(Near Hospital) Juniors defeated Starkeon Florida at 10:00 o'clock1 A. M. August -
Springs 3rd, A.D. 1953;/ for the purposeof MOTOR COURT AND SERVICE STATION
Gainesville, Fla. ,the home field 6-5. Rivers and hearing complaints and receiving

Akridge'-pitched for the locals. NEWS LETTER testimony as to the value of any
4&ALAALALAAAALLAAAAAAAARADIOS roperty. real, personal, or intan- OPEN 24 HOURS
gible personal as fixed by the said E
: County Assessor of Taxes on his As-
I essment Rolls for the year 1953 .AAAAAAAAAAALAALLAAAAAAALAAAAALAALLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAL AAAAALAAAAAAA

and for the purpose of perfecting ,
jSTOREstabllshdl89ljI I In several areas in our district sound in principle. emializine such as- -- FU
: "d (
[ receiving a
I = : ,
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I' I Assessor of .- -- -
The County -
II during the early part of the sum- The' House passed this last week Taxes essments.and the Board of County

mer I was afraid that the drought I H. R. 4351 which provides for the Commissioners may continue in session -

conditions were going to make it from day to day for one week
.
development of the
I additional hydroelectric
,
necessary for the Department of power in the TKagara: or as persons long as owning necessary.All property subject SAT. MON. ONLYLADIES

I L \ ,1ltf. ll'L""U)JJ19: 1I. l..TJ! I Agriculture' to declare these areas River by private enterprise. This County to, Florida.assessment are. notified in Bradford to appear ,
disaster areas. Investigations were
uroposal for the development by at such meeting or meetings.

-- '- made my request at the same private enterprise was favoredby t* makesuch complaints or give

FOR SALE-14 ,month old Angus WANTED-Draft exempt young man time, that showers came to save the New.. YorkState Farm any such property.testimony real-or as to the personal value as of

,Bull well bred. Reasonably pric 'with High School education to .these areas in our district and I Grange the New York State fixed by the County Assessor 'of POLOSHIRTS
by
'learn
ed. Doyle E. Conner. tf mechanics trade Write Box Rollsas
I his Assessment
24*. Starke. Itchg know all of us are grateful that Federation of Labor and by most Taxes they, upon may desire. -

FoR SALE-Two bedroom frame our 'farmers did not suffer the business who before Given by order of the Board of C
house complete with hot water, WANTED TO REXT-Unfurnished 2 groups appeared of Bradford
heater and bath, on Alton Rd. or 3 bedroom house by permanent entire loss of their crops. As it appropriate House com County, Commissioners Florida, June llth A. D.
County
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Terms. See Frank Thomas, on local resident. Write P. O. Box was, much damage, especially to mittee.
However, it was opposed 953.
374.
8/15 Starke. Itn
premlnen. Stp OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
the watermelon c'rop
throughoutthe by Governor Dewey of New York. ( ('"I.A.,P1.-...
POTATo VINES FOR S.\LE-$3 perM GOOD TOMATOES FOR CANNING district and to the vegetable who wanted to the It 7/17
I cut them: }2 p"r M. you cut Now ripe. U.U per hamper at my develop poweras
Coleman Griff Loop, place. You drive mile crops in Bradford County was in- state
themi N. C. 1 past State a enterprise, and it was :MITICK
> Starke. 3tp TIlt Farmers Market on 301, turn east curred. With these problems in that the
also opposed by some in Congresswho Notice is hereby given
at Joe Noegels Grill I liv* Just
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mind I to vote this of Commissioners.
was delighted Board County
A RURAL WAVK1NS ROUTE IS over Seaboard Railroad, ,first thought that the power Starke. Florida.
NOW AVAILABLE in Bradford driveway to your left. Robert I II oast week for a bill which would Bradford County. at
should be developed by the Federal will receive bids to be opened
County. Nearby dealers now making -I Ru!lge. Rt. 2, Box 52-D; MarkelI for the Assorted Styles
make loans available to the ranchrs 0:00 A.M.. August 3. 1953.;)
1500. and more, per day. Fla. ;tp 7/1, Government. I voted for H. R.
This U one of the ben routes. I and farmers in several of our which for the development following:
; 4251 provides 1 Electric Drive Metal Plate Ribbon *
Assorted Fabric
Proposition open to man or wom JUICT. SWEET VALENCIA
southwestern states, in Roll writing Ma-
especially Print Tax
J. R. Watkins ORANGES of this by private
an. Wrtte The for sale. $% bu. at farm power
,Company. *59 West Peachtree St., (Not Sundays). El-ing container. Texas, who have suffered now enterprise.. Private power development hine for and imprinting owner's legal name descriptions of real- Assorted Colors Ic
N. E., Atlanta; Ga. C. Jenklns. near A. C. L. depot. from drought conditions in incorporating I
many
3tchg 7/17 Johnson,,Fla (Putnam County) will save the Federal estate and automatic personal property device to inscribe $1 Values 1 Limit per customerCHILDREN'S
Stp 8/7 "reas for three successive years. Government about $400 million in this information horizontally
FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. Inquire The bill
which both the House
construction costs and will while listing said descriptionsvertcally -
at Bus Station. tr AVILL SELL-Five room house, 7 provide
and Senate passed would also be on the tax: rolls of the Tax
lots and dollars
housing and yard for 100 millions of each year tar
the
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE on.. layers. ln-fra brooder for raising. availabl to help us in our 8th for This is not Ass!>sl'or. and and imprinting carbon copies of .
receipts
Biandlng Highway north side. between 100 chicks with all equipment. taxes. project con- notice ..
Congressional District should the Tax Collector with a vertical t
the
thetwo cement bridges 1 Plenty of garden space and flow nected with flood control or irrigation -
ml. from Call St. bridge. Writeto ers. Inside Starke need when listing device.
City Limits. occur. Surely we are
but is for the i Keyboard
purely Drive Typewriter -
Electric
pro- 1
Mrs. Luclna M.Vynn.. Bessent Write Box
Road, HI. 1, Box J-C Starke. Fla 3S1. Starke. FU.%tp 7'17 spending so much to help our allies duction of electricity., The bill was ; Plate-Cutting Machine equipped and-
tf chg in the fight against commu- with embossing indicator
FOR SALE-Red Porto RIcan passed by a 2 to 1 majority vote. adapter for embossing metal platesfor
potato nism, we must not overlook the
LET J. D. DOX. JR. Vines. JI.75 M. Bill Under*ood. the tax roll.
HANDLE YOl-R Hampton Lake. lip 7/17 needs of our people at !?ome. I Sincerely, 7500 Style liG Complete Tax BONNETS
CATTLE. AND HOGS Writing Units (with metal plates)
think
this Matthews
legislation was"ery Billy
automatic Selector -
Index Cards
SALES FOR SALE-Small farm close in. with "iIJ
Lire Oak Each \Ve4neii4ar I Reasonable. Good Tabs and Card Cutter.
GI._,IIU' F..... P...... crop and mule. Write house Rt. J,with Box f I.-D-70 Gray Steel Filing Cabinet -

23: !. Starke. stp 11:. for Addressograph metal'plates
REPAIRED complete with Base and 70 Filing

AU M:.k.* All M4tU FOR Electric S.LEGood'used rangeh..ap. Frigidaire See R. O. Drawers The above with equip-ment Lock and and Key supplies Clearance of First Quality Bonnets )
.
a.a. .ibl. .r..t.-4
t .r.H Simmons or Starke Builders Sup- to be Installed. instructions ,
CI1AS. C. SHEPHERD
pUell. furnished and equipment to be Caps
Ttt W. Call 91. tftarke Flu 131 Itch guaranteed and serviced for a per-

WANTED-Experknced iod of 1 year by the manufacturer.
WANTED-Graduate nurse 01 for routine insurance work.secretary Good 0. The Board reserves the right to S All Styles All Colors All Fabrics Values $1..00MEN'S \
FOR OFFICE reject or all bids.
licensed practical for general hours and pleasant working con- any .
duty. Doctor's Clinic Hospital. *. Conner Brother Insurance (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
SOI W. Call St. Starke. Fla. tf Agency. Phone 2S5. tf OR HOME Clerk.
..' 7/17 !t 7/24 1 1SHIRTS
FOR SALE t" x ax U" Con. FOR SALE-Lake Front Lots. W POLO
crete Block lie each. Plenty of S. Sible,., Silver Lake. Starke. Fla. NOTICE
Mortar Mix and Cement. Brad Phone 3S52 Keystone Heights. Itp Notice is hereby given that the C
ford Engineering Company. Phone t', .. fJ
14. tf FOR S.U.E-UT acre*. 2 houses &t&took I I
pulnwornl and aw timber,
cypress
FOR S.'LE-one herd good graded
and pine. One-half ml. frontage 'IIIDISKin
on FOUNTAIN I
rabbiu. Across the street from FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
Road 100. 10 ml. west of Starke.R. .
Bradford Furniture Co. on U. S. .
J. .
Turner. Sr. Lake Butler.
101. ;tn 7/24 Fla.. 4tp 7/31 r I .

FOR SALE PEARS FOR SALE: $1per ,I
Azalea Motor Court. 3 miles\ SI).
COMPUTI
bu. on trees. Ira \". Andreu. .
of Starke.: Itp Rt. 2. Box %H. Starke. "verite FRIGIDAIREMade
1 ml I
:,
woa old Lake Puller Bright Chain Stitch
graded
Poial
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred liver road. only by General
ltp .
pidtd pointer pups. Across from
Bradford Furniture CoU. S. 301. ( ..AtaiGbk I Motors Corp. All other .1
RARC.alm S .
Zip 7/24 $1.99Value
FOR SALE-Dishes small round :' P Electric ,Refrigerators remade
NOTICE.\. tack of used lumberfor table. tlectrlcIock., 50 ft. garden by other companiesand
,
ale at First Christian Church. hose novelties three men's .1.1I
Starke. Bids will b. accepted by I winter suits site St.. also over Jr cannot use the word .
E. A. Winkfcr until Saturday coat 2-bd pillow like new. I
Frigidaire.
July %5. 2ti ,t/24 quilts two fishing rods and reels We
with box and tackle, -large box We Exchange We Refund Satisfy j

FOR SAL1-3 acre of field corn of Christmas tree lights, etc. ;
See J. O. Graham. Hlway 301. 3 Small electric or mU north of Starke Rt. 2, Box lds and ends. See at Christian 1 1'J
84-L. Itn Parsonage or call D. Q. Weldo- ? ? 1i
14S-\V in Starke. up i

FOR REXT-Modern furnished ('<)t. BRADFORDCOUNHTELEGRAPHFILING THEN SEE
tag on Lake. W S. Siblejr, Silver FOR S.-\LE-to acre farm I room '
Lake Starke, Fla. Phone SS5! ? house near hiway, some timber
Kevnone Heithtu: Up VT. S. Sibley. Silver Lake. Starke. SMITHTenth
Fla. Phone 3S3J Keystone Heights. CABINETS OFFICE CHAIRS DESKS E. H.
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FOH S..u.E-I boat and trailer lIilO UP ,

West End Grocery. Up. = 128 W. Call St 147 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.
'OR SALE I room house. 2 porch* Starke, Fla. aad Temple Are.
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FOR S,"T E Tw
r-o'm nwly paint. furnished or unfurnished. 4 pecantrces.lt1N. .
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