Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Carries L Council Pay Boosted Tuesday Night; I II George Is First

To Throw Hat County's Budget


The I Ervin OK's Eligibility Of Candidate In City ArenaGeorge *

v ti y'I I The: City Council Tuesday night 'I I|: nut St, from Canova's corner. I Kopelousos local res- Holds Tax Line

Colors followed the example of the Board ';!'and will be located directly behind i taurant operator, became the first

t. of County Commissioners and the theatre loading zone I candidate to qualify for the forth-
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the School Board in voting themselves -!'J space.. I j coming election on Tuesday Sept.

i y/ a salary raise effective Revised plans for the paving I( 8, when he paid his qualifying fee I Commissioners Provide For
July 1, '1953. of streets in the Hardy subdi-i I at the city hall Monday. BIG SNAKE Services

The motion which was the last vision S. Orange St. were
on approved I Kopelousos
will seek
7 la one of the
order of business in a lengthy by the Council, and the I Itwo seats on the council that will LITTLE BOY Of Farm Forester Starting Jan. 1

meeting, was made by Councilman housing-project company plans to be filled in the
regular city elec-
c' Y+ H. C. Rltch and will raise the forward with this work as :.:-....:.- ,;.
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t go tion. The terms of Councilman w y 'v, >",. ... ..,:':i. :
1 "-. r A monthly pay of City Dads from soon as the contract is let. The I 1 W, T. Jackson and H. C. Ritch are : : << The total estimated cost of running Bradford County for

,..:.. 1 N9w 'fJk It $30 to $50. Motion was secondedby city will later reimburse the com- er.piring., Neither has announcedfor : another 1* months inched up $10.000 or so as the County

r Ewell Lawson and unanimously,1 pany for its share of the expense.A .. re- ection as yet. ; :.. '.'" ',('..:.f.. .ti...,' Commissioners met last week to study a tentative budget.

passed.A ; resolution was passed askingthe ;Also to be elected, in addition} ,.x. ,. .< : Jo increase in the over-all tax levy seems in prospect however

t, reshuffle of taxi stands and State Road Department to to' the two Councilmen, are: a as the Board declared its determination to hold, -
< police car stands was made following reinstall all curb, gutter and side- mayor, levy at last the
, .4y a city clerk, and a chief > year's figure of 17.25 mills.
c the request of Florida walks after the proposed wideningof of'poUce. .::::, The increased
t Theatre manager Ira Harris that Call St. and S. Walnut Is com- A special election will be. held millage is made possible corresponding increase in
,.'' u'I the parking space recently allotted pleted, and to extend these southward at the same time for the purposeof : fact that the valuation of carry-overs in some funds, and by the

, V to the Starke Taxi Co. on to Alligator Creek bridge, deciding whether non-exempt property in the county shows
I or not to ex- an increase of around
, the east side of the theatre be It was voted to place picnic;: tend ihe city limits of Starke. $200,000 on the current tax rolL
.. and tables and water fountain in the The Commissioners state that a substantial
designated as a loading-safety a Registration books will close on cut in taxes could
i., for the I Church St., and also erect have been made in the new budget if
passenger-unloading zone park on Saturday, Aug. 8. So far, there the county was slated to benefit

J theatre. Harris objected to the signs directing.. tourists to this have been few registrations. by the increased race track funds authorized by the last session of
4x ersatz "gasoline pump" that the I The deadline a fya the State Legislature. In this .
.. spot.An for qualifying asa county, however, a special act provides ,
. ..- taxi company erected at the side opinion was received from candidate for city office is i that all race track funds in excess of $80,000

'f"I of the theatre as a marker for Attorney General Richard Ervin August 18. ,. special fund for the construction and annually go into a
of cer 4 of a county hospital
the a
the taxi stand. clarifying eligibility : i ; Therefore, the Commissioners did not
The Council agreed to his re : tain elector of the City of Starketo I benefit directly from the
:; I two FFA greatly Increased race track
. quest and cancelled the taxi run for public office here. In' MembersAt funds received during the season just

! space since it ws pointed out Enin's opinion, said elector is closed, nor will they benefit from the even greater increase expected -

'. .. u taxi he has not,continuously Forestry next season.
+ r.6ti': that both local companies eligible, although Camp

Three members already had designated spaces.I resided here, due to his Few changes of any significance are contained
of Headquarters Company 2nd Bn., had the honorof :..? <' the proposed
I The police car was moved obvious "intent" to maintain his new budget The amount budgeted
space Monroe Gaskins for salaries
r'l'lng..the 48th Infantry Division's colors-at the annual Governor' j of Lawtey and of County Commis-
'J back to the theatre side of Wal- ,l legal residence here. Roman Alvarez of Starke sioners was stepped 'up from $3,000 to $6,000 in
Day Parade during the National Guard encampment at Ft.. McJdellan are rep- accordance with a
,i resenting the Bradford "Id General Act passed at the last session
Ala. They are(l to r) Sgt. l-c Ben C. Holtzendorf,. Intelligent;' Chapter of the State Legislature
Future Farmers of America at authorizing salaries of $100 month for
Sergeant; Sgt. 1-c Billy C. Dansby, Communications Chief; and Sgt. 1-c GOP Reschedules Postmaster Exam; Florida's 19th annual Forestry the size of Bradford. Commissioners in counties

George A. Winkler, Chief Radio Repairman.. Other pictures of ,
Training Included in I
Camp this. week. the new expenditures are $561.82

Guardsmen at Camp on page tea. l Got Too Democrats' First Time ;\ The camp located at O'Leno Johnny Devore, 10-year-old- county's pro rata share of expense of providing secretaries representing for this the
,i State Park near two circuit
High Springs, is judges in the
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Devore of Eighth Circuit, and $347.60 for Bradford's

Farmers Gross Over $800,000 I In 53 ., under Forest the Service direction and is of designed the Florida to Lawtgy, proudly exhibits the 6- pro rata share of the $1,500 increase In the salary of the State's!

The second act in a drama that Starke is the residence of Mrs. teach foot 6-inch snake he killed with a Attorney and $1,000 increase In salary for the Assistant State's Attorney -

might be entitled "Republican Ethel R. Parks, State Republican I young FFA students how to .22 rifle in the yard of'Mrs. H. O. as authorized by the last 'legislature.

But Drought Cut Below Par Postmasters or Bust" will be en- Committeewoman whose nod will 1 lands.i properly. manage their farm wood- Miranda; east of Lawtey last week. Another new Item is the $1,256 budgeted for the new services of

acted soon when the second ex- go far toward designating th i Each Florida FFA chapter is Some bystanders called it'a a Farm Forester in this county beginning Jan. 1, 1954. The foresterwill

I amination to fill the vacancy of i next postmaster in Starke. I I entitled to send two boys, selected "gopher snake", others said it be employed jointly by Bradford and Putnam Counties and part

Bradford County farmers wrested another" $815.000 from post master in Starke and some As Congressman Matthews putsit on the basis of interest and I was a black snake. Whatever it of his salary will be paid by state and federal funds. It will be. his

the soil during the crop year just closed according t<\records:11,400 other towns throughout the 1: : "My belief is that what the.(! achievements in farm forestry. is it's a lot of snake, say duty to offer free management assistance to farmers and small

kept ,by the two State Farmers Markets and estimates of U. S. will be given by the Civil I'' chief local Republicans desire j;I During the week they receive infractions Johnny. woodland owners, showing them how to handle their timber so they

produce sold on markets outside: the county. 1 Service Commission.The about the matter is what will actually in uses of forestry may ultimately produce the most value of forest products per acre

first set of eligibility ex- be done"Be I(I tools, tree identification, cone collection continuously.

The two markets at Starke Has been the subject of, Intensive ams. given last winter, were junk- that as it, may, in: order to gum farming, fire pre- Valuable PrizesIn The following budget was presented by the Clerk at the Board'
and rooker reported combined study,by Extension Service I ed by the GOP administration on carry the little phantasy throughto venfion
specialists fire fighting forest insectS meeting on Monday July 13, and upon motion second and unanimousvote
,ales of close to $500,000 Indicating who .are trying; to fix the pretext of "establishing higher a climax, a second examinationwill
and diseases
reapon. and farm forestry it was adopted as the tentative budget for the fiscal
they handled a larger per sibilityfor[ the poor yield obtained standards of eligibility. ; be held In Gainesville at a Bicycle MeetNext Wing Oct. 1, 1953 and ending Sept. 30, 1954: year begin-

cent of the county's output han from plants here this season At I' The Associated Press, however, date to be announced later. Th-|i I 'The annual forestry camp Is fitied Ii TENTATIVE BUDGET

*JPVM'before., least part,, of the trouble "maybe i called a spade a spade when it closing date for applications Is I
: Estimated gross receipts this due to ylrus teported Tuesday August !1. Necessary'i j by'a dozen wood-using in Wednesday afternoon someboy"br "Report Of Estimated Revenue Receipts: and Expenditures.
nfected that; Republicans .
. i! plants and. i. _eager : idllVtes operating in Florida,-gad *" -
.'-"'-earJelLaboat. $150,000 fihorlet-(:overly, acid IOn, they thtnk.' ".At for federal'patronage after 20 ..forms may "be obtained the ebb I!! the?, American Turpentine :girl will ,take-tiome a brand Of Bradford; Cou.nij.or The Fiscal Tear 1933-1934 ,

the 1951 estimated return of.I'I'1OOOOOO i I any irate strawberries have a years out of power, have been Starke post office to apply for the II'I Farmers Association, Valdosta new English racing bicycle from General Fund

; for all crops sold In 'long way to go to climb back>; up complaining that the first list of .job that pays $5,070 annually. I I Ga. the Keystone Heights bicycle meet. Estimated: Receipts Last Tear This rears

the county This means that the to the top of .the ladder ,as a big- eligibles for postmaster appoint- I Applicants must have reached That's what the grand prize i Taxes (10 Mills) "on assessed valuation

fanner's profit (if any) was much time money producer in Bradford ments are heavily weighted with !their 25th birthday, but'must not 'I 1 going to be and the winner couldbe Of $4,452,492 4.,52t.92Taxes

slimmer in the season.just closed County. Several growers have Democrats:' Hence the purge. I have passed? their 63rd birthdayon Tax ComplaintsBe you! (5.05 Mmes) on assessed valuationof

'because he grossed less on a announced their intention of, In Starke. for instance 16 ap- I the'closing date for receipt of, Sponsored by the Keystone $4,659,475.07 23,530.37

larger: acreage. Most farmers, abandoning the crop In favor of olicants took the examination last 'applications. These age limits .do'1: Will Heardi Heights Recreation Department, Intangible Tax 150.00 150.00

however. admit to at least "break- others that arj easier grown January 24, and there was not a not apply to persons entitled t of:{r the bike meet will have approximately Railroad and Telegraph Licensed 400.00 400.00
Ing even" due largely to a late easier in the lot. veteran preference. 50 entrants trying for
harvested Republican
and more disease. :i: County Tax Assessor Gene Long Racing Moneys 12,000.00 32.20000
season rally with bell pepper resistant. At the present time there are The applicant must have physically I will meet the Board of County I the many prizes which are to be Insurance Agents Licenses ;, 370.00
and a few on low lands where less than 100 resided for one next i!I given away to the winners. In
Tobacco registered Republi- year ,
j Commissioners in the office of Candidates
grossing 184235.98 the Filing Fees 150.00 500.00
yield was good in spite of drought. for cans in Bradford County and about nrecedins the closing date for the; addition to the new English racer /.
made little growers In this county, toppedthe Circuit Court on Monday, Aug i t Occupational Licenses t U 1,000.00 1,200.00Beverage
a money.Here's 50 examination within the deliveryof which will be given there ?
per cent of these are negro. away ..
list of 3 at 10
money producers In a. m. for the purpose of Licenses .,'
how the estimate of t9 That the re-examination is partof the post office concerned, and will also be air rifles, hunting 500.00 600.00
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potatoes rose from hearing I I complaints and receiving" .
$815,000 was arrived at: I planned strategy of the Re- must be prepared to meet the de- knifes, swim fins, hunting sling Excess Fees 'f: 1,500.00 790.00
four-ranking spot among the big; testimony as to the value of an .
Excess Fees
oartment's reauirement of | shots, swim masks, under water j. 300.00
nublican Party to use postmaster- eight !'
Starke Market $246.367.77 five to second place In the 52 property as fixed on the r'"
ships to build un the strength of hours personal attention to the Assess-I breathing tubes, baseballs, soft- Rents -. i 240.00
Brooker Market ____ $234409.08Other I season with a teturn of 9962444. ment Rolls for the year
markets $100,000.00 Potato acreage was the largest In the partv in Florida and elsewhereis duties of postmaster during the All balls, and many other wonderful Other Receipts 500.,00 450.00

1952 Tobacco ___.__ $184.235 8 history of the county. obvious.In business part Qf each day. I sonal persons owning real net prizes will go to the participants

Watermelons ____ $ 50,000.00 Bell a recent letter to the TrteTaoh. Five points are added to the I or. intangible person pro- The meet will Include many Total Estimated Receipts 60,12-1.92 60,730.37
pepper, a comparative new t petty subject to assessment in
_.._ Congressman Billy Matthews earned rating of the applicantwho events and everyone will have an Less 5 Per Cent 3036.25 3036.51
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of Bradford
$811,91.83 stated tht the cancellation establishes claim to preference County may appear atI opportunity to win a prize. There
money producers rose *rom fifth I this time to make complaints or: I
of the first examinations "is based on his or her own active ,will be distance races, slow racesriding 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 57,683.67 57.6935
nitre in 1950 and '51 to third give testimony as to the value of i.
With favorable weather condi service in the Armed obstacle ,
Conclusive proof that the Forcesof ( on course plank
Republicans Balances be forward 500.00
place In J to brought : Cash 1,100.00Total
1952. such .
tions and normal yields of strawberries Pepper brought ,are groin to appoint the the U. S. I property.jRotarians riding, and stunt riding for all toj!I

corn and other crops the Bradford growers 9597381. I I,nostmasters." They are not go- Tin points are added to the take part in.: All events promiseto I
Estimated Receipts and Balances 58188.67 58,193.86Anal"sls
county's gross this year would Sweet corn, which was in see-I r inr to Give the Democratic Con rating of the applicant who is a !i Hear be fun to do as well as fun to I
have easily topped 1951's million ond place' in( 1950 with a ,gross of'gressmen any power whatsoever disabled veteran or who has been I watch. of General Fund Milages
Joe C. Jenkins I
dollar mark and might have soaredto $209,12600. and third place in in making these aoDointments, because awarded the Purple Heart; who is I The bicycle meet will take placeat Taxes 'Ia,.

a million and a half. 1931 with, $118,500.81 dropped to I I ,they have told me this in no the wife of a disabled veteran whois I Joe C. Jenkins, Gainesville attorney the Keystone. Heights Airpark, Authority Purpose ApproprlaloD'It<'es..ary billings

Most significant factor brought fourth place this year when farm uncertain terms:' disqualified for appointment because and state chairman of the July 29, at 4 p.m. Entry blanks 193.32 Agriculture &

out In the year's report Is the toppling ers realized only an estimated Matthews added that one of the of his service-connected disability I Americanism Commission of the may be obtained at the city park Livestock 5,430.00 2329.74 0.5
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of "King Strawberry" from 91101.83 for the crop. Sprint'drought GOP upper echelon in Floridatold ; who is the widow (un-re- in Keystone Heights or at the 292.15 Service Officer 2,329.74 2,329.74 0.5
American Legion was guest speaker
th e. top of the heap as a money cut the yield about 50 me that in each community married) of a deceased exserviceman at the Club USO building In Starke. All entry 24400 Hospital 4,659.47 4,659.47 1.00

producer In Bradford County to net cent,, otherwise corn might In our Eighth District the local ; or the mother of certain deceased In his Rotary Jenkins Wednesday. blanks must be In by ,4 p.m.. Total additional millage authorized 2.00

fifth place among the county'sBig have been In top place. Republican organization would be ex-service sons or daugh members of speech the club to write urged their I July 23.iStarke. Millage allowed this year 3.05

Five. Other crops ranking well up as responsible for making ters.
Congressmen endorsing the Brick- I I
This year's berry deal was one money producers in the county mendations for the recom-I 4ND (though the descriptivefolder |er Amendment which he said Total Mil I age this 5.05

of the poorest on record bringinggrower. this year Included: string beans, pointments." Bradford County, afar a doesn't mention it) It that no treaty 'may be provides n-I Loses 3-1 yearContinued on page ten)

only $33,896.26 as com S31420.17; butter beans 20963. as is known, has no Republican ; won't hurt a bit to be a registered "'tered into with a foreign country, |

pared with $197.507.60 in 1951, 40; pole beans, "14790.40; cu organization, as such but Republican. in the U. S A
any affecting
and $237,433.50 in 1950. cumbers $9,353.54; peas $9,367.- I
Decline of the berry deal here 75: and Lima beans. $4,848.81. I law and Constitution until adopted In District Meet
Bradford Ranks Above U. Average in the same method as a constitutional -

The annual reports from the two county markets are as follows: amendment. I I
STARKE STATE FARMERS- I He also urged opposition to an -gym rr/
MARKET Starke lost to Gainesville 3-1 y

Strawberries 12,8*9 crates; avg. $652 83896.26 In Buying Power Income For 1952A I Administration bill which wouldi Wednesday night in the first Mighty ,"
250.000 additional immi1 'i
permit !
Bell pepper 18.3.12 bushels; avg. $4.05 $74.094.65 1 I game of the American Legion jf'; "
grants from the Iron Curtain
Sweet corn 19514 crates; avg. $2.22 43286.75 a Junior Baseball District Tourna- 7
comprehensive study of business activity in 1952 shows countries to enter the U. S.
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Pecans 78,329 pounds; avg. 23c$17,323.58 I ment. The two teams met again
Bradford maintained high position The introduced by SMarty
that County a among speaker was
String beans 3 t3 bushels: avg. $2.05 8577.45 Thursday night, but score was 5 2
counties of the United States. The findings are A. J. Thomas Jr. y
the 3,072
Irish Potatoes _. :5.044 bushels: avg. $130 $6504.44 I not known at press time. If % .,
contained in Sales Management's copyrighted of bur 11 F
Peas 1.944 bushels; avg. $2.53 $4.932.25 .. survey Gainesville won Thursday, the .
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Lima beans 1.053 bushels; avg. $134 $3.522.75 intr power, just released.The I t Conner Agency Set took the title. Bugs } '.-
marked gain, both in sales I Bradford County families. The Paul Rivers started pitching \ :
Egg Plant -. 1.123 bushels; avg. $1.53$1,784.50Butter To Get One-Third -.
t shown here data shows that the 3.200 families but when '
and buying power, for Starke, was replaced
beans 498 bushels; avsr. $2N. $1.245.00' .. ; i I.' y
Tomatoes 210 bushels; avg. $1.75: $363.14 '. indicates that industrial payrolls, in the county had a net disposable -!, Of School Insurance he allowed four hits by the first _

brought here in recent years are income after taxes four men to bat. Edgar Ak- Mr. r. N x
155 bushels $2.17 $3S750 ofj up
Squash : -
avg. ] i iI
; .. ; I revitalizing Bradford's economy j The School Board voted at a II I I took
Cucumbers 8S bushels; avg. $3.50 $311.50" $8,635,000, a gain over the 1951 I ridge over after Gainesville
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once based entirely on agricul- recent meeting to award Conner t I f
Hot pepper 17 bushels; avg. $3 $51 T ',' ,.- _.. ture. Among the important new i i total of $6,279,000. i(!''Bros. Insurance Co. one-third of,had- made three quick runs and ,

Okra 7 bushels; avg. $6 $-12. industries now providing substan- The improvement which the department's insurance the visitors scoring-spree was ov er Quigley c >

TOTAL S01 D: 14:286 units $246.367.77. .. tial payrolls in Starke .and im- amounted to 37.3: percent, was a bUSi-l.'I Elder and Sibley were credited

BROOKER STATE FARMERS MARKET REPORT mediate area are an ilmenite better one ihan was achieved ness.Since the Board's fire policies vlth the three hits made by Starke ,

Irish Potatoes -, 62.020 50-lb bags, avg $1.511- $93,030.00 mine a clothing factory, an ex- generally. The nation as a whole are on a long-term schedule andwhile the locals' only run was _
Tender Green Beans 9,846 hampers, avg. $2.32 22842.72 tensive woods operation by Her- cannot be changed at once the
Bell pepper 7.342 bushels, avg. $2.93 $21,879.16 cules Powder Co, pulpwood recorded an Income of 5.3 percent -|'Conner firm will be given other scored, by Sidney Strickland whc .

Crowder peas 8.158 hampers, avg. $2.46 20068.68 tions and forest' opera-I. In the South Atlantic States, I policies as they expire until the got on base via the walk route.

Butter beans 7.544 hampers, avg. $2.60 19718.40 jects by several large paper companies -! the, gain was 7.5 per cent. j i business is equally divided between Starke gave local fans a big

Sweet corn 9.57fc crates, avg. $1.86 $17,815 and a number of smaller I The average Income per family them and two other local thrill followed by a bigger letdown

Pole beans 4.622 hampers avg. $3.20 14790.40 plants including plastics and fur- locally obtained by dividing total firms the H. C. Wall Agencyand ,, when they loaded the bases ;V

Cucumbers 3.004) bushels $101 i-. $9,042.04 1 niture manufacturing.Sales income by number of families, is the Charley E. Johns Agency.
avg. fire schedule! in the bottom half of the seventh J. T. Quigley local lumber dealer, claims to have discovered the
Yellow squash 8.153 hampers avg. $2.46 $20!Oo8.63 4 Management's report given as $2,698. It was $2,025 the When the present
credited Bradford County with re- prior year.Most j comes up for renewal in 1955, the inning only to have the next three first educated termites in existence. ))lien he picked up a piece of
Black-eye 4.622 $4.435.50
peas hampers avg. $150 \ %
beans _# ; tail sales of $7.794000 In 1952, a sections of the country Conner agency will be given one- men strike out. old wall board recently he discovered that the mad channels left behind
Cranberry -- 516.hampers, avg,$2.66 $1.47256Lima '_ '
beans marked gain over'the $1,189,000 contributed to the economic;third of that the Board Indicate formed an excellent outline map of the State of florid In above
417 hampers avg. $3.18 $1,326.06Okra t1
173 bushels avg. $3.20 $399.60 volume accounted for by local strength that was evident in the!, Masons To MeetThe photo 31,. Quigley compares termite map (at right) with real mapto
stores in 1951. United States during 1952. Em- Sing Convention how a perfect
Insects to reproducing
plant1 bushels, see closely the pesky came
Egg avg. $1.74$344.52 f r
Cantaloupes -1T crates, S .. The local gain of 8.4 per cent ployment was unusually high, with regular meeting of Bradford outline of Florida. About the only thing be can see they overlooked
avg $ $85 |* topped the nation's. average of;nearly 62.5 millions on payrollsor An all day Sing will be held at
Acorn squash 25 hampers, Lodge No. 35 F. & A.M. will was Lake Okeechobea. "Maytx they don't like water, Mr. Quigley
avg $2 $50 8.2 pr cent. self-employed. Some 43.9 millions Marville Baptist Church. Sun- '
Tomatoes .-T crates, avg $% Sit Chief factor in the big spending, of these were wage and salary 'ay, August 9. All singers are,I"je held Monday, July 27, at 8 pjn.Vll observed. The wall board came out of the recently razed old Baptist

TOTAL SOLD: 119,820 units, .. $234.309.03 locally was the better earnings. of I workers. .irged to attend. Master Masons Invited. parsonagePotaroi3 1-Mlnut Photo by the '1'e I 'rajh-

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FRIDAY., JFLV 2sIgs. 3
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I..., nnnnmm.vY..rnnKeystone New York. I sion from day to day for one weekor '- --- '. ,
r BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L MATTHEWS You for are hereby notified that a. as long as necessary.All --...-.... ------ -'- .. _.- ____ n_ ,_ ___- _- '--'-'-_ -,_ '_, _- .-_
i persons owning property subject -
tv/rd lAb Heights to assessment in Bradford
EDITOR has been filed against yon in theabo"e
County. Florida are notified to appear -
- named Court and
cause and
at such meeting or meetings,
required to EARL
VIEWPOINT are serve
you a of
; TELEGRAPH PUBLISHER by Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA your answer or pleading to the to make such complaints or give
f such testimony; as to the value of
complaint on the
__ ___ Attorney Evan T. Evans.Plaintiff 10] any property real or personal as
fixed by; the County Assessor" of
\\'t,' OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Com. Patterson and family of Law eonville Exchange Florida Building, Jack- Taxes upon his Assessment Rollsas
the Lake Geneva Apartments are and file the orlgtnat in me office of they may desire.
Published every" Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida, under here for the summer. .the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Given by; order of the Board of'I
,ar before the County Commissioners of Bradford
the Aet of March: 8, 1879. Mr. and Mrs. E. Stichberry are I 3 day of August 1333: ? County; Florida*June llth. A. D.I
visiting in Maryland. 'otherwise the allegations of said 1J53. I
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tyre have by you. \ Clerk. COOK'SGroceries
= gone to Miami and other points in This notice shall se publishedonce It 7/17
each week for four consecutive
Turnpike Viewed With Pessimism South Florida for a vacation. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- In The County Judge's Court fa
Itrah. And For Bradford County. Florida.
Mrs. A. Louden is in
Q. River- Dated this 30 day of June, 195%. .

According to latest reports coming from made the original study of the Jax-Miami I,. observation.Mr.side Hospital. in Jacksonville for (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A.Court Darby .IRE BLUMER.: The also Estate known of GP.OVER as G. C.C.

Tallahassee it will be quite some time before toll"road allowed only $5,000,000 for the en- By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk BLUMER. deceased.
and Mrs. Seth Kennedyand 7/3 4t 7/24 :NOTICE FOR FILING PF.TITIOV
towns and property owners along U. S. tire job. FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
Mr. and Mrs.
301 and other main arteries of traffic in Then there's the little matter of interest L. A. Wynn is 'NOTICK EXECUTOR
Notice hereby given that the
made a trip to Okeefenokee Notice Is hereby given that I ha'etiled
Florida will have to start worrying again a considerable item, especially now that Swamp last week. County Assessor of Taxes for Brad- my final returns as Executorof Meats Feed
about the adverse affects of a toll turnpike the rate has been hiked in recent months. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Christoffers Board ford County of County Florida Commissioners will meet 'the of also the known Estate as of G.Grover C. Biumer.C. Biumer deceased -,

from Jacksonville to Miami: Toll road bonds on the present market would entertained with a picnic said County in the Office of the ; that I have filed my Peti-
H.G. Davis Jr.. in his "Tallahassee Topics" require payment of more than four per cent the beach last Sunday for supperon Miss Clerk Florida of at Circuit 10:00 o'clock Court at A. M.Starke.Au- tion for, and distribution that on and August final discharge 5th- 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North

column says the ". > state highway experts interest. On a 50 million dollar loan, interest Sandra Sebring of Washington, D. gust hearing 3rd, A.D.complaints 1953,'for and the receiving purposeof T.195 A.:. I Yawn.will apply County to Judge the Honorable of Brad- Phone 339-J

analyze in pessimistic terms prospects for alone would be two million dollars annually.It C. and Jim Welch of Tuscon, Ari- testimony as to the value of any ford County, Florida, for approval)
the proposed 'bob-tailed' turnpike to run is heartening to see that these mattersare zona. Other guests included Tom property personal real,as personal fixed by or the intangible said- of said of distribution final returns and and for for final an dis order SPECIALS FOR THURS., FRI., SAT., JULY 23. 24, 25

110 miles northward from Miami". He is being given serious consideration and Tuckett, Tom Ward, Dr. and Mrs. County Assessor of Taxes on his Asses charge,as Executor of the Will of -
ment Rolls for the year 1953, Grover C. Blumer,
Christoffers also
D. Seeber known G.
Denmark as
speaking of the "trial-run" pike that was that the turnpike construction will not be and for the purpose of perfecting C. Blumer, deceased.

authorized by the last legislature for experimental rushed into simply because' somebody Miss Christoffers Betty, Jr.Boland, and Bert receiving sessments.and The equalizing County Assessor such asI of- (Signed July 7), E.1953 A. WIXKLER, LOOK -- Big Chief Long Grain

purposes before plunging into the thought it would be a good idea to get all Lt. Chas. I Taxes and the Board of County Executor.

"whole hogT loll road from Jacksonville" to the tourists to Miami as quickly and pain- for a surprise Newman visit last was Friday here i I I Commissioners, .. may continue in sex 7/10 4t 7/31 Cloth Bag $4.89/

Miami. lessly as possible.The night. II lCL10Lb 1 ,

Davis points out some of the contributing new engineers have hit on the "meatin Mrs. J. A. Williams returned MARY ESTELLE FERRY

factors in the notable lack of enthusiam the coconut", we think, when they point last Sunday from a visit to Columbus -

around Tallahassee at the present time concerning out that 70 per cent of the traffic on the Ohio, where she was staying ALL BRANDS
the turnpike issue, i.e.: Pennsylvania Turnpike consists of commer with her daughter, Mrs. E. A. BOOKKEEPING SERVICE

f. 1. Fourteen thousand equivalent passenger cial vehicles. It is in the highly congestedareas Timmins. t

.. vehicles per day are necessary whether there of the industrial North and East that The Catholic Bazaar which was WASHING POWDER 19
held on Saturday 18, TAX RETURNS
,, is one mile or 350 miles of turnpike. About turnpikes justify their existence. They have I very successful but July the commit-was

10,000 per day is the peak now on any little if any justification in a non-industrial 1 tee has not finished their final report -

highway in Florida. tourist state where money should be spenton ; on the figures. That we hopewe 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE YELLOW ROSE

: '2. Florida traffic is still seaspnal. During scenic highways to slow the visitors down, I can.give you next week. The

certain months of the year a turnpike definitely rather than upon toll roads to speed them trip to Cuba was won by Emory Phone 57 Macclenny, Fla. $4.87

will not pay its way because of the into and out of. the state..:. __ H. Cooper.Mrs. i FLOUR 25tbsFREE
drop in tourist trade. After four-laning U. S. No. 1, the State Gertrude Burch left on I ,
3. About 70 per cent of the Pennsylvania Road Department might well turn its at- .Tuesday for a three months vaca-
traffic consists of commercial vehicles. The tention to doing the same thing for U. S. tion in the north. She will go to r GIFT with each Bag

t full 313-mile pike from Jacksonville to Miami 301. A recent traffic count on 301 shows Philadelphia Detroit ,returning Pittsburgh sometime, Clevelandand in $1 SOOTRADE

may draw Okeechobee area truckers headed that more than 5.000 vehicles pass over it the latter part of October. Miss

{t northward with perishables, but the bobtail every 24 hours and at times up to 6,000in Sara Mansfield went with her as H. J. HEINZ ANY KIND

r version would have no value to them. a 24-hour period. By the road department far as Orangeburg, S. C. r

4. The four-laning of U; S. Highway One yardstick, this is sufficiently heavy trafficto Mr. and Mrs. Layrey of Gaines- I BABY
on the East Coast, a first priority goal for justify a four-lane highway.U. ville have rented Mrs. Burch's FOOD 2F0n19c

the McCarty administration, might mean S. 301 is gaining in popularity steadilyand house for the summer. !

"We would not need a turnpike for 10 or 20 according to a recent article in a Vir- Mr. and Mrs. W T. Weeks of
years." ginia newspaper it is rapidly becoming the Tallahassee were weekend guestsof I

In regard to four-laning U. S. One, Davis most heavily travelled highway for north-] the Mr.Inn.and Mrs. R. A. Weeks at Phone 80 Starke, Fla. IN !

reports engineers as saying this would "solve south traffic in that state, gaining far more Mrs.E.* R. Bradford of Jack- SUGAR 5 Lbs TORYPACj9

the whole problem except in congested areas rapidly than U. S. 1. But says the Virginia sonville is building a home on

where bypasses and similar arrangementscould newspaper U. S. 301 through that Lake Johnson. At present she is ON YOUR OLD
be made." state is woefully inadequate to live up to making her home in the LaCresta -

Engineers how figure that U. S.1 can be its new responsibilities. It is narrow worn apartments with Mrs. Anna
rehabilitated and a new lane added from out and outmoded. James. XTRA SPECIAL! XTRA SPECIAL!

the Georgia line to Miami for about Such is largely the case in Florida. U. S. Wilson Thanks PublicW.
100000000. This is approximately whatit 301 needs rebuilding along practically. its P. (Coon) Wilson has an- INNER JIM DANDY '
nounced that he
would cost to finance and construct (including entire length in this state. his was forced to sell
barber shop and retire from SPRINGMATTRESS Lbs
interest and bonds) the first 110 We have been told that the State Road business on doctor's orders. He GRITS 5 43C

miles of a turnpike. Department is aware of this need and is expects to have his leg operatedon

"Reason for this cost difference." says watching developments on 301. In fact next week in Alachua General

Davis," "is that toll ,roads require elevated surveys are now in progress looking toward I Hospital. The new owner of the 59.95 HUDSON PAPER
crossings and fencing because of their J improvements to this :route northward from .shop is Frank Jones of Gaineifcle.;

limited access feature A pike would cost an *Sfarke. This Is encouraging news and indicates Mr. Wilson wishes to thank the Pkgs for

estimated $600,000 per mile, while a regular that the State Road Departmentis vicinity people of for Keystone Heights and Less $15.00 !I NAPKINS 1 24CI

four-lane road would run around $200,000 definitely not putting all its eggs in the their patronage and
many kindnesses I
during the For Your (
per mile. turnpike basket. since years
"Other factors bother the engineers," con If the four-laning of U S. 1 will eliminatethe 1946. He plans took over to continue the shop living in :. I I BLUE ROSE

tinues Davis. "The State Road Departmenthas need of a turnpike for 10 or 20 years, at his home on Brooklyn ,Lake 1q Old Mattress Lbs
estimated that right of way for 80 milesof we venture to say that the additional four- and "raise rabbits". RICE 5 61C
turnpike' the lower East Coast would laning of U. S. 301 would eliminate the need NOTICE To I:0 4.I Balance
cost $5,000,000. But future. III APPEAR
the engineers who Circuit Conrt Bradford Co..ty, tlI I
Florldat I. Cksaeery.
Dorothy Temafee\\. Plaintiff, t. BREADED
John Temafeew, Defendant. \'s. ', .

I Better Ignore That ThumbA Notice To \p"u.. Case No. 990: e\... .... .. --) $4495 Ready to Eat
To: John Temafeew, whose residence '..,' ........;.. I SHRIMP Pkg IQC

timely warning that vacationing motorists Adding his voice to the warning is FBI elated Laundries and address 199!Is East: c/o fnd Consoli- .
avoid offering rides to hitchhikers has Chief J. Edgar Hoover who says: "Unfor Borough of Manhattai !\ew"Yorlr

been sounded by the North Florida Divisionof tunately, there is no way to distinguish I I U. S. NO. 1 WHITE
the American Automobile Association. dangerous criminals by their looks, and thereis

"Don't take the risk of completely ruining no such thipg as a 'criminal type'. The DELUXE Lbs

your vacation trip by gambling on a hitch hitchhiker hoodlum is dangerous. The MODEL i POTATOES 10 29C

hiker" says the AAA. "This practice is motorist who gambles on being a judge of Magic Chef Range

one of the real nuisances of the roadside and character may be gambling with his life." 4S I .

many a would-be good Samaritan has endedup The AAA also reminds us that in some i
without his cash without his car states, including Florida, the owner of the !

or without his life! car is liable for damages in the case of ac- ( Meat

Many hitchhikers plead proverty or necessity cident involving passengers. This means Specials

but anyone who actually needs transportation that if a hitchhiker is injured he can proceed I Exclusive Features 1
can get. help from Travelers Aid to bring suit against the motorist.

Society or similar welfare organizations. As Yes it's mighty hard to pass up' the road- OXE-PIECE TOP BURNER EXIT I'i' !

for men in uniform they are prohibited, by side "thumber", but there are lots of motor- Exclusive!! Two top burners and y _
regulation, from seeking a lift, except at ists who would be better off today if they drip tray all in one unit. Catcspiilovers :: o I DELRICH

regularly! established pickup stations. had done so. lifts like a feather
washes like a plate. Burners Ifi( / In Quarters Lb
........ .. 'fU d) OLEO
little and look at our part of the Jimmie Lang has returned non-clog, simmer-set. Instant i1 19C
country but liked the little they f home from St. Marys, Ga. wherehe automatic top lighting. 0 Iffi.W fii\ ,
LONG BRANCHby visited the Marion Wilkinsons. 'V I
were some ladies at our They went to Tallahassee for a SWING
\15it'o.hiJe Jimmie there. _
house last was
week looking for corn '
., Exclusive!
Sirs J. L StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Open the door and the
to buy.They said I had advertisedin The Marion Wilkinsons and broiler
swings out ready for
&4 the paper that we had roastingear daughter spent a ,week with Ma- Convenient, smokeless. Fun to fix Lb
We were informed Monday ; corn for sale. If I said rion's parents, the Jack %Wilkin sizzling savory steaks. 31C
morning that the.'revival at the I thing to this effect I am anY-I sons.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTT.
Ebenezer church closed Sunday it for it is a mistake. We do GUARANTEED I
night after running two weeks. have one hill of corn planted this I Each range Is guaranteed for one Fresh Dressed & Drawn
We did not get to attend any so year therefore have none to sell. year against defects In workman-
can't say If the membership of We did have sweet potato vines ship or material. Burners are ]
the church was Increased. for sale, have a few left andBuddy. guaranteed for life. 'FRYERS S LbLb
Wilkinson has plenty of I 49C
Jim Strickland made a business t
vines here at our house. We have '
trip to Starke Saturday morningand
the authority to sell all of them i
had the pleasure of meeting *
that anyone wants.
several old friends and talking
with them. Saw his brother-in-law We have been having some t "r r WEIHERS 33C

Jim Hornsby In Starke.. Says sister [ much appreciated showers in our t u
Florence isn't very well seems section of the country. But we are Priced As Low As -

to 1* weak and unable to work as almost like Tim Blackburn told MEATY RIB AND BRISKET
Jim Saturday it has been rain-
she "used to". Well we all come -
to that stage in life sooner o r. Ing all around tu and almost '
later. She Is old to missed, us.Wonder. -- Lb "
enough give I STEW
way to the younger generation I I where our Highland rfneres the Fire?; BEEF 1SCI

Jim Hornsby as well as Jim Strick correspondent was last week! We 199 .
land is lamenting -the fact he missed the Highland news in the YOUR HOME Could be! NO MONEY DOWN.
can't do as he once did. Wonder j Starke paper. Fire strikes without warning, USE YOUR OLD RANGE CHUCK
.how old a man is supposed to be Bill Patrick from Doctors In- anytime, day or night, any '
before he has to give in to.someone let and M. F, Wilkinson came last where. FOR DOWN I or Lb
else? They are not young men week and got 3,000 sweet potato STEAK ROAST 39C
any more so why not take life vines. Looks like they like potatoes Don't just hope that the fire PLUS Installed

fIU'1! too and object to the priceswe trucks will keep passing you YOUR

Yougan Padgett has been on the have had to pay for some by. Guard the dollars you've OLD LONG TERMS TO PAY SMOKED
sick list for about five weeks now time. RANGE
in home and
con Payments As Low As ;$8.53; Per Month
but Is some better at this writing.His Lottie
Starling and her daughter tents. Insure NOW before
sons Willie and J. T. havebeen called on us last week and< Lb
the fire trucks roll ,
this writing.We sick too.. All are better at spent. She the enjoys afternoon Lottie's with my visits mother. so- your wayH. 1 CYLINDER GAS FREE !! SAUSAG 33C

understand that Aunt Babe much-or anyone who calls on C. WALL I
Padgett had her house wired for her. Mr. and Mrs. Yougan Padgett : DAISY

electricity Saturday called on us Monday of this week,

and Our Mrs.daughter Burke Lioutza and family and chile Mr.I Yougan looklig for some timber Phone 146 CENTRAL FLA. GAS & APPLIANCE CO. II CHEESE Lb 49C

dren. returned to Fayetteville. N.(:- 200 E. Call Street 1I,
C. Tuesday of last week. They I,Ito; do the work. We do hope You I I. PHONE 301 '
didn't have time to go around but gan soon is well again I ........ ... ..... STARKE, FLA. ,
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YYYY entertained with a party honoringhis YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYVYY YYYYYYVTYVVYYYYYYYYYYYVY I ing has been Barbara Hale
soliciting Dry Cleaning son Anthony Quinn, ican Indian leaders to'be broughtto love for Hudson and Quinn. As the
sixth birthday anniversary at for the New and Richard Carlson at the .
Method Cleanersfor bark
screen, is
STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAA Kingsley Lake Tuesday afternoonof GRAHAM I several Theatre and played by An- sadistic commander of the Army
PINE LEVELby years. Sunday Monday. thony Quinn. Rock Hudson has i forces assigned to round up the
this After Mr.
a delightful and Mrs. H. E. Priest and It tells the colorful story of the the part of a young West Pointer
swim he and his guests were serv- ,Loraine Priest were visiting Dr Seminoles' stand in I I,Seminole, Richard Carlson gives .
by Sirs. Bonnie McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI Mrs. IL :\McRae : last their beloved assigned against his wishes to a strong performance.
ed ice cream and birthday cakein and Mrs. W. T. Walters in Welakaon Florida Everglades at the I track down the determined Sem- ,

Honoring Mrs J. B. Godwin i a color scheme of pink and sAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAl4AAe Thursday of last week. time the government decided to 'j inole' leader with whom he spent :i i YOU'LL LOVE tae new l: terI -

Mrs. J. B. Godwin was complimented blue. Party favors were assorted John Moody celebrated his 69th Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular The H. C. Harley family were I.I move them to a western reserva-i his| boyhood. '!,brook purse-size fountain pens In ,

with a''shower at the Life Savers and chewing gum. birthday> Sunday July 19 at his appointment at the Pine Level visiting relatives in the White- tion in 1835.Osceloa I Barbara Hale is cast as a young pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad

r State Farm Community Building Enjoying the occasion with Louie home here with eight of his chil-I Baptist Church Sunday morningand house section last- Sunday. I,,I last of the great Amer- I Florida beauty torn between her(IFORD COUNTY TELEGR.U'III .
were about 15 young friends. ,
Thursday afternoon, July 16, Hos- dren present at a .dinner servedin evening with a good attend- 'South Pacific Woman'Corning
I Mrs. R. P. McLendon and sons, the
backyard. Those
tesses were Mrs. W. N. North and presentwere ance at Sunday School and
Spankie and Tommie are visitingMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Moody Church. The revival meeting began To Florida
Mrs J.
C. Wallace.'In the
clubrooms McLendon's sister, Mrs. C. and children, Mr.' and Mrs. Z. M. Monday night conducted by

effectively placed flower R. McDonell of Tampa and her Cowart, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Rev. Fitzwater of Jacksonville. Sunday And MondayAn
arrangements were decorative and brother'Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Cog'
Hardbrook and all n
baby of Jacksonville Everyone is invited to attend services
a predominance of plumbago and dill of Sarasota. adventure comedy set in the
Mr. and :
Mrs B.
McKinney through this week.
pink hibiscus the South Pacific is the .
among blossoms vehicle
A recent employee at the. State Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
, denoted the Wright Mr; and Mrs. Gene Petcher of for Burt
chosen color' schemeOf i Lancaster and
Farm' is William Pendley of and children and Rev. S. E. Sparksall Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. T.
pink and blue.Mrs. H. J. Kucera I I'I' I Mayo who star in "South PacificWoman" _
'Gainesville. At present Mr. Pend- of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- N. Norman and son Gerald of _

prize and Miss winners Peggy in Caldwell were 'I'ley is living at the Bachelors ard Moody and family, Mr. and Heilbronn Springs were visitingthe Theatre Sunday showing and at the Florida I

appropriate contests Quarters until such time as his Mrs. J. M. Griffis and family, :Mr. H. M. McRaes last Friday Monday.

Following the games young wife and son can join him. and Mrs. Leonard Prevail ano* night. Chuck Connors, who left a baseball -

Jimmie Godwin son of the honoree Miss Barbara Jean Tucker of I family Miss Ruth Wilkerson all I career to enter movies hasa 1
Mrs. C. K. Andreu of Panama
presented to her
in t
a Fernandina Beach is spending I of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. James T. leading role in this story of two
ful pink and blue City her brother-in-law ana Marines
wagon lovely and of DinsmoreMr. and a beautiful blonde 1 INe'
several weeks Moody family
with Louie. Lee and
layette gifts. The hostesses feerved sister Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McRae, who
Sherry Wainwright at, Kingsley and Mrs. Sidney Starling and last are marooned at the outbreakof
an iced course weekend.
and the refresh- I the
Lake. family of Hiehland:! Mr. and Mrs. war on a tropical island.
ment plates accentuated the Mr and Mrs. Jack are When
baby Spencer Lancaster and Connors
Harry Taylor of Middleburg, Mr.
motif with Mrs. R. C. Griffin of,Pittsburgh
individual cakes receiving congratulations the
top- on rescue Virginia Mayo from the 1ii
and Mrs. G. E. Griffis and family,
N. C. is several weeks
ped with tiny rosebuds spending arrival of
a son. clutches '
party napkins of a notorious night'club
visiting her sister, Mrs. R. H. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yarman and a
an d pink and blue mints. family of Macclenny, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis visited owner in Shanghai they find that
Mrs. Gerald Cox and
Sharing this courtes-y were friends! daughter Mrs. V. L. McKinney of Gaines- Mrs. Ophelia Moore and Mr. they have, taken her out of the
of the Lois Irene of Georgia were Friday
honored guest from Starke ville, Mrs. Mary Lagsdon of Jack- and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and fami frying pan and. dropped into the I
and day and night guests of Mrs. ?
the State Farm. ly at Brooker Monday.Mr. fire. After the boat in which they ;
Birthday Party Cox's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. sonville, Mr. and Mrs. John Mc-, wr, ,: it' z

I Louie Lee Wainwright Jr. was M. Bradley. They also visited the Kinney and children Charles and Mrs. J. L. Conner of, escape sinks, they are all cast H 1i11rwrr WITH
upon a tropical isle where romance
R. H. Coxes. Moody, Raymond and Leonard all Bayless section and little grandson -

of Graham.. Mr., Moody receivedlots Leonard Conner of Starke, and adventure are mixedas
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. had
; of nice things. Everyone wishes visited the.H. M. McRaes Sunday the two men fight each over FULL
their daughter-in-law Mrs. R. C. for
affections of the lovely
birth afternoon.
PHONE 218 him many more happy ROOMY
Long and daughter Mrs. Bobbie showgirl.'Seminole'.
Hughes and son Robert and a days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and WIDTHREFRIGERATOR
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frazier children visited Mrs. Sue Myrick
friend of
all Columbus
Ga. visiting last week. have returned from a trip to at Lake Geneva Sunday. She accompanied Indians .

Massachusetts where they visited I them home and i Adventure i ii
Friday night guests ,of the R. Film
their son and daughter-in-law Mr. spending this week with the H. FREEZER
rL. Coxes were their granddaughter -
I and Mrs. Robert Frazier. M. McRaes. At Park Sun., Mon.The ,. Mrs. Bryan Evans and two
Michael. i Mrs. H. B. Beard of Gainesville Heard from Robert and Odessa 1.
sons, Jerry and dramatic last
of Osce
FLOWERSFor I visited with her parents last week Taylor and children, who spent days COMPARTMENTPLUS
'Mr... and Mrs. P. S. Crews and ola, famed chief of the Seminole
Mr. and Mrs. .F. M. Griffin. The part of their vacation here and in
Over 13 ft. of shelf I
All Occasions Mrs. Spencer Crews and Billy Indians are the basis of an ad iq. span.YonK
Griffins also had as their guestsMr. Jacksonville, They are now visi ..-
afternoon with Mrs. I venture film ."
spent Friday Rock Hud- -
Griffin's sister and brotherInlaw > ting Robert's parents, Mr. and : : .
; ;-tri) Ion the txovt.UI New 1953 Gee
I ,
S. L. Crews at Long Bridge. fib ..
Mr. andMrs. C. L. Senter of Mrs. S. B. Taylor at Adel, Ga. before .: & ..... cral Electric Refrigerator rill more segos
(j) Elzie Stafford is much improvedand Norfolk, Va. returning home at Munson. r M\ thus ever before-dnigind for moimtwmk .
working again after a short FILL DIRT "IS\.;
Sgt Bobby Wasdin of Fort Mrs. Jimmy Crosby and little i \ :; *fet\S*011..co.v.aie.ce.i

confinement in a Jacksonville hospital *- Bragg is spending 15 days with son, Jimmy Jr., visited relativesat f \' Its big fgN-width freezer and chiller troy
and at home. and Mrs. H. N. GOOD RICH $ I & combmt two ovtslonding features you'll
Mr. last week.
Wauchula '
his parents I
DISH GARDENS Mr, and Mrs. B. W. Tucker and $18 8 \ vX wont in yotit Itite......nISI o-d nKiiiy ctli.f
Mrs. E. Thorntonwere
Wasdin. Mr. and V.
\.J Sj
family of Ferna.ndina Beach have fcetirti, pier 'femoui GcneroJ.ElechlC it-
POTTERY spent the put several weekend Julian Wasdin has his cousin dinner guests of Mr. and TOPSOIL 1 g ptftdobility make this G-E Rtfngtratof 01
Jimmie Wasdin of Galne.svi1lespending Mrs. Carl Thornton Sunday. I/5 onhtonding..
POTTED PLANTS I visiting relatives at Lawtey and the summer with him. 'jO? 5 YEAR WARRANTY M tilt Kelf4-M r.-

surrounding community. I We are now having. our Bible'School yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyLAWTEY See if frigeroti.gsysfem! '
Flowers V. A.. Barnett, a guard at the ,
JViredAnywhere '. at the Baptist church. A BILL JACKSONJackson . State Prison, and a resident of '
large crowd has attended so far. ::.( r'4tlt'rlrt9
Raiford, died early Sunday morning Transfer Company MODEL LA.76K .::' ..... . ..
N .
We are also having Cottage prayer Wit : e M-WiM( M* Td ""*" I-'II
of a heart attack. meeting this week. The Graham rRItA.'"t .....'.:,...,..",'..--.fl>' .*...M II kk.!huM ....- '
Nona St. SUrke June Edwards and Mr. and Mrs.J. by L. II. Futeh&A&&AAAA&AAAAA&A&A&&AAAA Phone 165 ll1 c.+.r
G. Caldwell and daughter Peg- Baptist church will begin their nAboS\\n9 : M-KM Odto.Inf .....,,,. ...
f Revival July 24. Every one far [Li tit .......
O ... SIItMI a ItafW
gy Caldwell, "take off" from JackFree .
and wide is invited to attend. "U\O" .ND \ a-....lit(oM fnuntwtoiauli
that Rev. and Mrs. George,, A. Purga *0.'D I T''''' .....ara. e..srtr+.
We are sorry report MONUMENTSLOWEST
r Mrs. Harley Starling is in he hos and son, Tim were guests at a\\j 01" ST II: I kMfw top ta Splw

friends reception given in welcoming them I: p10\ NAl as i'' UFTOII1GHTO'EN1NGAVAILAaLE
pital in Starke. many Ii ADD ltOw I
to Rev. is the new PRICES! AT .. : .
Lawtey. Purga II.f\t.tt tm My them* loll ot rig'" 4ow B|>*iwi|t fit

Tank wish Walter her a Ratliff speedy has recovery.been con minister of the Methodist Church. FINEST QUALITY I 70 I\G\ ,r.- ... .... __ '-.__.-.n,-'ilchet-.nlln.' -......'._
The WSCS sponsored the reception \ "'
the last it '//ilOcE\ '
fined to the bed for week .
which was held in the Sunday No Extra Charge
but is improving some. .
Charlie Rader is now in Wap- School Annex. After spending the I, Fcr Setting In Or Near \
first hour in visiting and gettingacquainted
pingers Fall, N. Y. with his daughter STARKE.Jl
Mrs. C. M. Miller. several games were

Mrs. Julia Crews of Jackson- played and refreshments served G. J. McGriff General Electric

,. ---,. WITH PURCHASE ,OF :iile. is now visiting her mother, consisting of punch and cake was
served. Then everyone was invited i 1tu.g
Mrs.. E. Dryer.
Mr, and Mrs E. L. Jones of into the main auditorium

=ANY NEW GAS RANGE Dunedin spent the weekend with where Rev. Purga sang several PHONE 229W.
selections and led the STARKE FLA.
group in Appliances ,
,, Mr.Carl Jones'Jones. parents, Mr. and Mrs. singing familiar hymns. Write For Free Folder CALL ST.

Miss Arthurine Blanchard was ATLANTIC MEMORIALS

sonville airport Saturday. Miss the weekend guest of her fatherA. ESTABLISHED 1930

Caldwell, from Ventura, Calif., M. Blanchard and sister Miss

Slade Gas Co. has spent the past month visitingher Enza Blanchard. Other guests of 71S FOREST ST. Make meals tastia.

family. While here she was the Blanchards during the weekend JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ,.

visited by Miss Sue Biggs of St. were Mrs. Nell Housley, a .
\ Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Charles niece of Mr. Blanchard and Mr.

PHONE 12i STARKE FLA. Myers and baby Sandi, of Jacksonville and Mrs. Powell all of -

and Sgt. R. G. White of villa, and the J. B. Dyes of nan FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S I I serve ice.cold Coca' Cola

Ft. Monmouth, N. J.Surging Lauderdale.Mr. .

and Mrs. Floyd Fugatt -
nounce the arrival of a son born

last Sunday in St. Luke's.Hospital, FRIGIDAIREMade
Power with
a Jacksonville. only by General
Mrs. L H. Futch who is attending
Taming Into traffic summer school at FloridaSouthern Motors Corp. All other Coke is the natural partner
you call on the surging Electric
/ reserve of accel College, Lakeland spent Refrigerators are
erationthatsetnewtr the weekend at her home here. made by other companiesand of good things to eat. t

Single Purpose a ? official AAA perfonnance The H. C. Kelly family attended cannot use the word v r1
records for
"q. the Red Ram V-8. homecoming at the New River Frigidaire. Add its taste delightsto ter Ill 1

Baptist Church last Sunday.

Rev. and :Mrs. Geo. A. Purga 'Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE the pleasure of good food. !

and son Tim were'in Archer last

Sunday where he conducted services ? 1

at the Methodist Church. /
SAFETY Glenn Crews left last Tuesday THEN SEE

for Pacris Island where he beginshis

basic Corps.training. with the Marine E. H. SMITH D

J. M. Browning left last week o
Tenth and Temple ATC.
for Panama City where he has
accepted Starke, Fla.
employment. Mr. Brown

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,. r... ... Norman-Stefanelli at New River Church I I munity attended the Baptist Air Dated this 22 day >f July 1953.

Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Kelly of Park Church Tuesday night. OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL) Charles A. Darby
of the Circuit Court
WildwOOd visited relatives here! Don't forget Firemen's Auxiliary By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Cleric

I Sunday. I Monday, July 27 at 8'p.m. 7,24 4t ,14

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewisof I at the home of :Mrs. Ernest Edwards la The County ..Ia.hle'o.rt.,
Lake Butler and sons visited. Bradford (....ty, ....ritl..
IX RE: Estate of J. V. HUBERTS,
Mrs. E. J. Lewis
Sunday after-
Woodman CircleThe NOTICK
Just three weeks and two days Blackie, just as spry as ever noon.Mrs.. T. W. Markey, Mrs. Clara- Notice Is hereby given that Leola
P. Roberts has filed her Final Report -
Gladys :Mooty A YRII and Til be leaving on my vaca- if you happen to see a little white, mae Bishop, and Mrs. Sarah Pitt Woodman Circle will meet and Petition for Final Dis-

Phone 35 II tion .. as Lura Burgess Mohrin with brown markings, puppy run- spent Wednesday in Ocala and 28 charge as Administratrix of the Es-
Tuesday night, July at 7:30 tate of J. P. Roberts, deceased and
her ;
..... 6I., ... ,, ... ... ... rw Clay Hill Echoes says"Whoopee" ning abound loose and he answersto Lake Weir. o'clock at the Catholic Center for that on the 24th day of August.
... can' stand much the name of Bing, please return Mrs. Bob Long of Columbus, Ga. 1953. she will apply to the Honorable -

Darby Home Scene Miss Thomas HonoreeAt w more of this muggy heat him to Sally Ann Epperson -visited the Colsons Thursday afternoon the regular monthly business and Bradford Theron County A. Yawn.Florida County for Judgeof approval -

think I'll put an ad in he paperto social meeting. An initiation will of said Final Report and

Of Luncheon Miscellaneous 'see if I can renf,space out in Martha and Ned Yancey enter- C. J. Crews spent Saturday in also be held at this time. t for Final of the Discharge estate of as J. Administratrix P. Roberts-

Bride-elect Shower Last WeekMiss the middle of Kingsley Lake for tained a few friends at a ham- High Springs with his son Donald deceased.
For NOTICE TO APPEAR This 24 day of July, 1J5J. _
two solid weeks ... Franklin burger fry in their yard on Mon- and family.
Im Circuit C.art. Bradford C.Batr. Leola F. Roberts. Administratrixof
Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and Mrs. Claries Thomas, popular jy4% Ritch, Gary Hildebran, Jimmy: day evening with Ned doing the The G. E. Greens and family and Florida Im Chancery. the Estate of J. P. Roberts.

Charles Darby entertained at a bride-elect of this Sunday, was and Gene Wiggins, Perman: honors as master chef hear he their houseguests Mary Lois Orestes Elphis C. Alexander Alexander, Defendant.Case Plaintiff,. \*. ___- 7/24 4t 8/11

lovely luncheon Thursday of last the' guest of honor Thursday eve- ira Roberts, Bill Green and Billy I is quite adept to the art too ... Wyllis, of Palatka and Ann No. !9945N.ttce In Circuit Cart Bradford Cnmtj,
-:L:1'T ( Dampier, Baptist R. A. boys, Joyce Denmark was hostess to 10 I i I Vickery of Gainesville T. Appear Florida I la Ckaacery.Charles .
.. are enjoyed an
ning, July 16, at a delightful : .
week at the Darby home on Cher- -> H \ _.> ., '10: hiphia t,. Alexanderhose P. Foerster,
f'z.- .- \, t, this week at a of her little friends afternoon! swim at Lake vs.
: spending :
street for their niece, Miss miscellaneous shower given in the ;yty.: 1 : camp on last Friday residence and address is: 255 Ca- Gladys Nielson Foerster, Defendant.
ry Baptist recreation hall. Hostesses } ;.l'M/" <" :. ,ii X;. J Swan Lake ... and next week afternoon in celebration of her Mrs. Nita Dyal visited in Gaines- bnni Boulevard. New York 33. New i Case No. 9941
who is to be :
Mice ried in Spencer Jacksonville on July mar-31. for the party were Mrs. Hogan tl &jjjJ t" .;. \... 11; :1. the Baptist Intermediate G. A. 3rd birthday anniversary ... Jan ville the latter part of the week. York.You are hereby notified that a suit Order To Appears Of Pabllratloa State Of And Florida Notice T.t

in Tampa will be attendedby Mundorff is hobbling around Argent Tomlinson spent for Divorcehas I Gladys Xielson Foer.
Decorating the home for the Smith Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman I camp on been filed ter. whose
Lu Green, Judy Dankel, Carol two badly burned legs which he Saturday with Diane Colson. against you in the residence and address Is: Unknown. -
occasion were numerous arrange- Mrs. S. E. Sparks, of Stark announce the engage- above named Court and cause and You are required to appear on
of flowers in variegated Mrs. M. M. Morgan, Mrs. Frazier ment of. their Jennings, and Jean Mundy got by burning trash with the aid Mrs. Howard Wait attended the you are required to serve a copy of 'August 24. 1953, in the above named *"
ments summer daughter, Betty .
your answer or pleading to the Court and ,
of'Home com- cause wherein plaintiff
hear that Phoebe. Green will of some gasoline Hear that State Meeting Demon-
Shaw, Mrs. O. L. Linsin, Mrs. A. en-
plaint the
colors. The buffet luncheon June, to Robert L. Stefanelli, I. C. on Plaintiffs Attorney seeks divorce. Bradford County
ter the WAVES in Bainbridge, Earl Alvarez is currently employedwith stration Agents and Clubs held in T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florida I shall
table was centered with a cut EL McKinney, Mrs. F. B. Beard, F. N., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry and file the Telegraph publish: this Orderin
Md. on Aug. 4. a construction in Gainesville. She was a delegate original in the officeof next four weekly issues.
glass bowl filled with a grace- and Mrs. Ewell Lawson.A Stefanelli, also of Starke. company the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Witness my hand and official
pink and green color motif This community is certainly go- Atlanta .. from Bradford County Council. or before the 24 day of August: 1953;'I seal at Starke Florida this July
ful arrangement of orchid gladioliand Miss Marsha otherwise the allegations of said 22. 1953.
Kay Hazen of
was carried out effectively in the ing to miss Dr. H. H Adams who'is Sorry to hear that Mrs. Sarah Complaint will be taken as confessed (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
Anita Prather
buff carnations and was over- flowers used in decorating the entering! service as Capt. in the Jacobs recently broke her hip and Starke was a guest of Miss Mary by you. I Clerk of said Court

,laid with a Madeira cutwork cloth. hall. The tea table was overlaid Music Scholarship Reserve on Aug. 1st he will has been in the hospital in Gainesville Francis Hazen Thursday through This each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce By Marian 1. Crosby Deputy Clerk
1 ][I Charles R. Hess, 264 Guaranty LiferiiilHinir
The three card tables set up in WIlD an imported: lace cloth ana undergo_ six weeks_ ,--- training _Sitnno _, _She n_ -is- getting along -all- Saturday.Mrs. weeks in the Bradford County- Tel-- : Jacksonville" Florida
I G B. Colson : for Plf---.n.:
: graph.
was a busi- Attys 1-t't.ti 14
the dining room were centered centered with a silver bowl hold- Fort Sam Houston San Antonio, right and expects to be up and

i with red hibiscus In bud vases. ing an artistic arrangement of Texas before being assigned to a around in a few weeks She'llbe ness Tuesday.visitor to Jacksonville on

pink and white king asters with post for two years Carolyn staying for a while with daughter 'e'
hostesses presented the Max and Clara Lewis of Jacksonville \
The. silverfoliage and gypsophilia. Silver Redgrave and son, Wayne, are on: Roz Williams at 2110 N. W. -

bride-elect with a piece of lingerieas candle holders with tall burnIng ; a week's vacation in Columbia 3rd Place, Gainesville Glimpsed -I attended the New River SHEPHERD'S

a remembrance of the occasion.! pink tapers, balanced the cen- S. C. Carl Johns is doing I \Y. T. and Erna Weeks and I celebration. While in our neighborhood -

Among the twelve guests were terpieceand long garlands &pf double duty at the City Hall while chillun in town for a few minutes i hey visited with rela- '

Mrs. Albert T. Spencer, motherof gypsophilia extended the lengthof she is gone Annie Hutchings I Monday They're vacationingand tives.Those attending the New' River ;\Lpj&;' ( 'StSeeNewr- ..

the table. The two punch is now working in Stumps had spent the weekend with .
the bride-elect, and Mrs. CarlA. .. Home Coming from Brooker were:
tables were covered with Irish Marian Henderson has been pinch- the R. A. Weekses at Keystone ...
Chambliss, aunt of the bride- The J. W. Thomises, G. B. Colsons, .
linen cutwork cloths and the hitting in Alvarez store while Ray Joann Silcox and Idell Landrum Mrs. a
Pinholster Rev.
elect, both of Jacksonville. punch bowls were set in a bed of Stone was on his vacation the entertained Connie Mooney (Mrs.
Mrs. Beard, the M. D. Harrells,
gypsophilia interspersed with pink past two weeks and while Eva Charles) with a swimming partyat
Mrs. Eva Harrell, Miss Lubedia VLU -tdevisfon
hydrangea blossoms. Alvarez is on her vacation this Kingsley Beach recently, returning Pinholster Pinholster
Truby Tom
Mrs. W. L. Andrews greeted x week and next Ola Mae Sapp, to enjoy refreshments and -
I Stuart, the Ursel Edwards and 'I
the fiesta at the door and pre is taking Mrs. W. 1. Blair's placeat to.; view slide pictures of Charlie I i i;
Green. if.e
SHOE SALESHOES sented them to the receiving line : I Leila's this week while Mrs in Korea, with Mrs. Ingram and of Sorry missed f :

composed .of Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Blair is taking it easy and Mrs. Mooney By the way, hear any you. 1 I :
Sr., mother of the bride-elect, Miss from Koch's George and "Little Chas,_had recently been promotedto The J. W. Thomases and son, :, 17-1lck W- a.. Her,'t
1 Owen, were dinner guests of Mr. th low."priced RCA
Clarice Thomas, Miss Frances two *
Dolly Simpson ar-j enjoying 1st Lt. and has been given a t il 1\\
BYRobiiiette and Mrs. Randolph of Lake City. :I Victor UUvltlM you
Morgan, Mrs. A. E. McKinney, weeks vacation at Daytona and break by getting off the front '
I while there they took a trip to 'il'N'! r 'con buy and what a
S and Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mrs. F. B. 1J.. lines -- : +
Beard. The floor hostesses were Word received from Vernon 1 the Stephen Foster Memorial. r-- hi 1 I III buy 11 bi u$ a ways
Jolene L. Note to contributors: for your The Community Center was the 1I A ftner for'S3In a
Mrs. Hogan Smith. Mrs. O. I Anita Prather, talented singing Underhill who is stationed in contri- M h 151 cabinet flnbhed In rich
many frequent scene of a lovely shower given in
Linsin, Mrs. M. M. Morgan, Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Korea that he would like to hear maroon. MoUhtnjitond
Mrs. Ewell butions thanks! However honor of one of the new brides,
Frazier Shaw and Pasadena Calif and friends here .. ovoSoble,Mtro.
Prather of from his you can I ,
5.95 and 6.50 Misses when mailing in items, especiallyabout Mrs. Betty Joe Crosby Goodson.
lAwson. Pouring punch were -
of Mrs. A. F. him A3C James Vernon ,
granddaughter write : -
DuPre marriages, engagements. The Center was attractively dec- "' Modal I7T30I.Adi ,
Faye Paulk, Nancy Sauls of Starke, was awarded the Underhill 24640152 1st TEC .
and Pauline and other important events, pleasedon't orated with flowers and ribbon
Pamela Faye Lawson, music at South Pasadena APO 970 coo] Post- C.sd.
Values'N scholarship Squadron, .bwl ICA Vk o Foct.ry-t.rvlc.
salon music dur- forget to sign your name following a pink color scheme.
Gay. Providing I High School. She will enter master, San Francisco, Calif. can't 'em. In Games
hours Mrs. otherwise, we use were played and prizes
ing the Canova appointed and Mrs. Betty were Ann Glendale College this fall and ma see Clayton and Thelma Wise are other words, we must know the won by Mrs. Lloyd Barry and Mrs.J. Only
Levy jor in music. building a new home on Cypress W. $199.
source of the news before printingit. Kelly. The guest of honor
r Phillips. in Pinehurst Sub. was
I' received
The bride-elect was the recipient Thanks again many lovely gifts. Host-
coincidence that two little
of of her chosen china BPW Club Meets quite a -Carolyn esses were Mrs. E. J. Lewis, Mrs.
\ a piece
girls within 48 hours should call TT7yywyyylyyyyVyYnYmBROOKER H. P. Gainey, Mrs. H. H.
hostesses as a mementoof ,
from her At HomeThe
Doyle doctor's office for
at the same Mrs. Alma Stokes
the occasion.Invited Mrs. J, C.
:to be present were 300 BPW club met Monday evening the same type of fractures of I Harrell and Mrs. Eugene Crosby.
:I their arms on Friday Terry Ramona Harrell I
friends of the. guest of honor. on the J. D. Doyle lawn foi Duke jumped off a table while. of Mr and Mrs., younger Guy Harrellis daughter CHAS C. SHEPHERDRADIO

their monthly meeting with 1 2 left Grace G. Bigham
playing and fractured her a patient in Alachua
NOW $q99ALL Methodist WSCS members present. Margaret Miller arm and on Sunday Teresa thought and HospitalOur
prayers are with
presided in the absence of th Thomas fell while running and them for a speedy and permanent TV SEAT COVERS

Met Monday president Desta Dyal.. -- fractured her right arm ., Claramae Bishop and son, recovery.. Ph nnn Starke: Pla. .
A report was given by Marie -Marvin Ray, of Mobile, Ala. and one..oj" A I
Surely Blackie, the 4-year-old Several II
The business and program meeting Houpt on the girl the club is and,Mrs. Sarah Pitt and children of persons from our com- _.
I Methodist W. S. C. S. tomcat belonging to Jimmy
of the at the Industrial week with .
last '
-- --.-----. -... sponsoring Martha Susan Ritch, has more Jacksonville spent I -
was hela aionoay alLln1UU'I7othe ) School in Ocala. Della Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey.Mr. j ,
than his alloted nine lives Blackie -
\ church with Mrs. E. K. Ferryman ; '- -- -
reported. that Rep. Billy Matthews, and Mrs. Lonnie Morgan of
LADIES'Shoes I presiding. who has had many a narrow e5\
I president wrote the club congratulatingthem I. the
Mrs. L. K. Whitehead, secre- winning the attendance cape in his short life proved Sat- Tampa were recent guests

and Mrs. G. Farber, treas- on urday night that he still has a G. B. Colsons.
tary; at the last District Meeting I
Dress their respective re trophy couple more lives to go thru Mrs. Mattie Sowell is spendingher
urer, gave held in Jacksonville. An awardof
Mrs. Farber also presentedthe he had been suffering with screw)j vacation with relatives in St.
ports. $25 was voted on to be givento
budget for 195354. Mrs. J. C. the senior girl of the commer- worm and to put him out of his Petersburg.Mrs. IT IS UNLAWFULFor

Hobbs read an article from the misery the kids put him and a
cial class having the highest Ilene. Thigpen of St.
class of Allen Schoolin full open can of either under a
journalism scholastic commercial average for here.
6.95 North Carolina thanking the wash tub; Sunday a.m. when they I Augustine spent Sunday

Values circles of all churches for their do- the year 1953-54. peeked under the tub, out jumped She also attended the Homecoming
.P. Mrs. E. L. McKnight gave a
r nations of monies received duringthe

{ Rev.week T. G.of Mitchell prayer talked and denials.brief- told talk Public on of the"Health Health duties and Dept.and Safety"servicesthe has and to PHOTOGRAPHY Hallmark Featurolock Any Person_ or Persons to Engage in

ly on the proposed plans for the offer. Black &: White CARDS WEDDING .

new yearbooks and also thankedthe Refreshments were served by or Color 0 SETS

the covered W. S. C.dish S. for supper their given part last in Ruth Broadway and Pearl Col 0 BIBLES 0 Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

son. .
week honoring Rev. and Mrs. WATCHES

Mitchell.During the program Mrs. H.I Wood-Thomas 0PHOTO 0 The Name Is Registered

M. Richard presented Mrs. C. ,. Marriage Sunday JEWELRY

NOW $ A49 HernwaU who gave an E.I I 0 FINISHING 0 ,

Ing talk on "Laborers For The wedding of Miss Clarice .

Mrs. J. H. Ritch had charge of Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Dealer For PICTURE .

the devotion, using as her topic Mrs. A. J, Thomas, Sr. to Joseph CRAFTGRAFLEX .
"That All Men May Come". Wood Lt, U. S. A. F., son of PAINT SETS
Mr. J. Leslie Wood and the late ANSEO 1'.-
Read This Florida Law"It
Winsome ClassThe Mrs. Wood of Lake City will be POLAROID 0REVERE ,

solemnized at 4 o'clock Sunday .
Come In And See July 26 in the First .
School afternoon 4
Winsome Sunday KODAK I STATIONERYOpposite shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to
Our Other ValuesROBBINS' class of the Baptist church had its Baptist Church, Starke.All
monthly class meeting Tuesday friends and relatives of the Florida Theatre engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined -

evening at the summer home of couple are invited to attend the t Phone 265 Starke, Fla. without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

their teacher, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, wedding and the reception. which clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis
follow at the
with 20 members present and will
I with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit -
Mrs. L. D. Haines as guest. .
signed by all interested stating under oath the of
persons, names
"Store of Values" The group enjoyed swimming!i ANNOUNCING
interested in the business
preceding a delicious hamburgerfry all those enterprise, the extent of the interest *
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hodges an-
in the yard. nounce the marriage of their of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried

daughter, Winnie, to Elbert K. THE OPENINGOf on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto

I Crews, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pank engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
Crews of Jacksonville. The mar-
riage took place July 11 in the TheRepair their intention to register said fictitious n.am-e at least once a week for four

office of County Judge T. A. (4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

Yawn. After a wedding trip to where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

.tel.\ .-.. Marianna, Mr. and Mrs. Crews I Shop'10TH accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of
FOR OFFICE 4 will make their home in Jackson such publication.

:i. OR HOME J I ville. .

.'' >l'-' Executive BoardThe STREET AT RAIFORD ROAD If you are engaged in business under any name

&ttt kJ Executive Board meetingof

fOUNTAIN w MM the Baptist W. I.U. was held other than and have not had this
DISK lit ) at the Kingsley lake home of Mrs. your name

Maxie Carter Monday evening WELDING

13.90 Ya tCOMMIT1 with 11 members present. Plans
advertised and will be
properly registered
F&roril were made for the next quarter, MACHINING we

Point and a nominating committee ap .

,"};; k 1Gilablt 'r pointed.Refreshments were sewed by SHARPENING glad to give you all necessary Information as to

tr-:' I the hostess at the conclusion of

the meeting. ELECTRICAL what should do.BRADFORD

Elks Official HereElks .

Lodge 1S02 entertained


Florida State Elks Association, AS

and his delegation of 23 membersof 29po

CABINETS OFFICE CHAIRS DESKS the Jacksonville Lodge,on his Lawn, MowersVashing Machines

128 W. Call St. Starke Fla. official visit to Starke. Monday

evening at the Elks Lodge. Saw Sharpening Gasoline Engines ', 0 _, ._ .'_ _"

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Raymond Howe, Sr. is on a-I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hall and:. Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Fil1'n gun' ] Sen. and Charley E. Johns are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Castleberryof Dolvin Foreman, Jr. Is in Tam

month's vacation visiting in Buffalo -!son, Robert returned home-Sunday -and; daughters spent a week recently touring the New. England states I Auburndale are spending a few pa this week visiting friends and I
N. Y. and Canada and other after three weeks trip to 1 in Sarasota visiting Mrs, for two weeks. days with the Lawson families. relatives.rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT .

points of interest in the Northeast Gettysburg Pa., Cincinatti Ohio,I Helen Carnes.

Chicago, HI. and Detroit, Mich.( :Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Meeks of-- TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFRI.

J Mrs. J. M. Vickers and daughters They also visited Mr. and ,Mrs. Phoenix, Ariz spent the weekend
spent last week in Folksto W. R. :Morse at Fancy Gap Va. ith Mrs. Meeks' sister, Mrs. W.
C.-IN THE NEWS Ga. visiting her parents, Mr. and over the Fourth of July weekend. J. Studstill and Mr. Studstill and & SAT.SPECIALS.

.. .. J Mrs. A. G. Gowen. Mrs. W. H. Struth had as week- ire now making' their home in AT
Mrs. B. Haynes and Miss Martha end guests Mr. and :Mrs., W. L. Jacksonville.Mrs. KOCH'SWe
I Linda Kay Sale is leaving Sat Mr. and Mrs. James Hall and Haynes of Winter Haven were .Edwards Mrs. Leah S. Bauknightand A. F. Sauls had as luncheon .
urday for .Tallahassee where she Mrs. Edna Young of Charleston, oversight guests Tuesday of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Struthof juests on Wednesday Mrs. W. J I
will join Judy Revell and they S. C. were Tuesday guests of the Ada Alexander. Jacksonville. Epperson. Sr. and daughter, Mrs.

will spend next week at Mexico L. S. Hutto family Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Littlefieldand Mr. and Mrs. S. R.Wallace, and Dale Van Sickle and children.

Beach, near Port St. Joe. Glenda Starling is spending the daughters of Immokalee will daughter. Yvonne, of Palatka Bill and Judy of Los Angeles Meet 'All Advertised Prices Never Undersold/
Mr. and Mrs. George Whighamof summer with her aunt, Mrs. G. W. be weekend guests of Mr. and were Sunday guests of Mrs. Della Calif., Mrs. George Anderson and
Wadley, Ga. and 1st Lt. FrankH. Carlton, in Fayetteville, N. C. Mrs. J. lb of. Vickers. Hoover. Dr. and Mrs. John Heardof Mrs. E. P. Renner of Gainesville.

:Moxley of Houston, Texas Mrs. Charles E. Knight, who Marteen and Glen Layfield of Fort Benning, Ga. were also Special $5,000 Polio Policy,
were weekend guests of Mr. and I has been visiting her parents, Mr. Gainesville'' spent last week with recent guests of Mrs. Hoover. Family Group $10, Individual $s. $14.95 1 Gal.

Mrs. G. K. Moxley. The Moxleysand and Mrs. L. G. McCann of McIntosh their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Haines and :Miss Ester Conner Bros. Insurance Agency,

their guests visited Daytona I will leave for Ausburg. Edgar Wilkinson. The Wilkinson Gullikson of Miami summer Phone 285. LAMPS INSECTCIDE
$$6.95 59c
Beach on Monday Germany soon to join her husband, also had as Saturday guests, school students at Stetson, spent Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lyon of - -

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker of. Charles, E. Knight, who is stationed Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Swindell of the weekend with Rev. and Mrs. Valdosta, Ga. will spend the week
Holly Hill spent Saturday with;I there with the 43rd Inf. Div. Palatka. L. D. Haines. end with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey 3-Way Light Kills Flies, Mosquitoes, Roaches and Ants

.the L. S. Hutto family.Mr. I U. S. Army. Special $5,000 Polio Policy, i Judy and Nat Dankel. Jr. are Warren.

and Mrs. Cecil Prichard of SSgt.; George Hoffman, who Family Group $10, Individual $5. spending this week with their Albert Stefanelli returned home BOYS GIRLSMOCCASINS
Welsh W. Va., former residentsof has been stationed in Alaska for Conner Bros. Insurance Agency, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 'A. Sunday after a month's visit in $1.00 Size MavisDUSTING

Starke, were overnight guests the past six months arrived at Phone 285. Dankel at Fernandina Beach. Randallville Pa. and brought home
Monday of Mrs. W. B. Parks. the home of his sister, Mrs. J. E. Mrs. Augusta Hill of Ocala I Miss Peggy Caldwell flew backto with him a cousin, Joseph Stef- POWDER 59c 59c

Lt. Co!. and Mrs. J.. A. Griffin Wan, Jr. on Tuesday for a few spent the weekend with her par- Ventura Calif on Saturday anelli and Mrs. Miles Enterline of .
visit before going on to his ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Norris. after a month's visit with her Summerville, Pa. who will visit Sizes 6-8 only
the weekend in Lakeland days
spent f
visiting relatives. 'home in Boca Grande. Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Shupe of parents Mr. and Mrs. J. G, Cald- the Henry Stefanelli family for $1.00 SizeKeep .
Eau Gallie spent the weekend well at the State Farm. !' two weeks.
I with Mrs. Shupe's parents, Mr. Mrs. Roy Smith of Tennille, Ga. Mrs.
Jerry Gay and daughter. Each
and Mrs. R. F. Demorest. has been the guests of her sister. \ Cool 59c
I. Nancy are spending a month in Cologne BAriflVELS\
Miss Carolyn Vickers is spend- Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Mr. Dun- Norfolk"1{, Va. visiting Mrs. Gay'sparents. 69c
ing a few days in Folkston Ga. can the past week. On Thursday SPECIAL FOR SUMMER

as the. guest of Miss Mary Gowen. the Duncans, their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. David DuBose and
I Elder E. M. Davis and Rev. W. Margaret Rose and Mrs. Smith children
of Jacksonville
and Mr
TV SERVICE S. McAliley attended the .summer drove to Stockton, Ala. to visit and Mrs. Oscar L. DuBose of 25c Size SUREXDEODORANT $1.00 Odd and EndSTATIONERY
Suwannee their cousins, the M. M. McMillans.
meeting of the Vero Beach visited their aunt, Mrs.
I Presbytery at the Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. Duncan will return I D. W. Moore, Sunday. SOAP
Reasonable Guaranteed ServiceOnAffMofcesRadfOSorTV I and Mrs. Smith l5Cr 25c
church in Alachua on Tuesday.Mrs. home on Sunday -
Elizabeth Newby returnedto and Margaret Rose will remain Mr. and Mrs. Howe Mordock of r
with the McMillans for an extended Miami are spending six weeks at
her home at Miami Shores I
the S. T. Dell cottage on Kings-
Tuesday after a week's visit with visit. .. 1... [
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IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS Mr. and Mrs. William Norris.I I Special $5,000 Polio Policy, ";;l ke. I AT THE FOUNTAIN .
Mr. and :Mrs. V. A. Nichols and Family Group $10, Individual $5. :Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Currie returned / C
NOT GIVING YOU Insurance home last froma
daughter, Janet, of Starke and Conner Bros. Agency Thursday / .
283. week's visit with Mrs. H. W.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Nichols of
Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs. Currie in Atmore, Ala. Double Ice
Jacksonville returned last Thurs- Large Dip Cream Cone
Y 198-W At Once j day after three: weeks vacation Cora Quattlebaum, and Mrs. Mattie Miss Billie Jo Ivey of Alexander' G

and visit with Mr. and :Mrs. W. Gahagan spent last week visit- City, Ala. was visiting her sister,!

E. Nichols in Baker, Ore. and ing in Bluffton and Charleston Mrs. W. S. McAliley and family

Nasworthy's Mr. and Mrs. Harry RatHff in S. C. and Savannah, Ga. from Friday to Tuesday. The Mc-
Next Door To ; .
228 E. Call Street I
Vernal Utah. I I Mrs. Nell Crews and daughter. Alileys and guest spent Mondayat

Misses Ann Johns, Agnes Law- Janet Jim Beck and Reid Shytle. St. Augustine. THIS COUPON WITH A PURCHASE
son Pauline Gay, Nancy DuPre all of Orlando, visited Mrs. Shirley Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Colson and I I

and Mary Weldon left last Fri Pellet and children Sunday.Mr. family were in Jacksonville on

day with a group of four Tampa I and Mrs. J. C. Sapp anc? Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. JULY 24 AND 25 --. YOU WILL RECEIVE

teachers and 120 high school girls sons Bobby and Wayne, were Fred Jenkins.
WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE for Tariffville, Conn. where they I.visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M.Oliver

will work in a tobacco camp for and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Levens of
Recent BirthsMr.
six weeks. I I Plant City, and Mr. and Mrs. H. SOc SIZE DR. LYONS

THE DOUBLING Mrs. W. C.' Coram, Mrs. Ada G. Glasow of Cocoa last week. and Mrs. G. W. Sapp of
Alexander and Miss Wilma Alexander I I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosser of Lawtey, a boy, George Ronald, FREE
spent last Friday' in Jack I Ft. Worth Texas are spending a on July 10. TOOTH PASTE

OF OUR FLOOR SPACE sonville. i three weeks vacation in Starke Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mosley of

Mrs. T. G. Mitchell and daughters -i and other parts of Florida. Maxville, a girl, Pamela Sue, on
Barbara Jean, are spending a; Mrs. Laura Moseley has returned July 10. ,

AFFORDINGA month with :Mrs., Mitchell's parents from a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sauls of;I
Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Mosleyat her daughter, Mrs. C.,W. Johnson.
I Hawthorne, a boy, Gerald Edward -!
TOTAL OF Oak Bluffs, Mass. Rev. Mitchell in Rome Ga. on July 11. !: MEET YOU WHERE
will join his family for two I Mr and Mrs. Larry Sauoernaultof JJp,5

weeks in August. I Ocala visited Mr. and ilrs. L. II I I: AT

FEETIn :Mrs. C. O. Dupuis and Mrs.I I U. Morgan Sunday. TIlE RIGHT POINT for thfj j IT'S COOL
2,800 SQUARE Harry Basset and children of Mrs. Margaret Cobb and children way you write. Come in and select -I II.
Alachua visited Mrs. Ada Alexander -I I and her sister-in-law, Jean Boren. favorite ESTERBROOK I
your PHONE 53
Belle Glade. visited Mrs. D. W. STAKKE, FLA.
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I lof
which to display our greatly Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at
Moore last week.
H. B. McLendon returnedto I II

day after two weeks visit with;Robert S. Bird Jr. of Gainesvill'isrwent '!
will also I (
additional floor space per her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. last Thursday in Jacksonville -

mit us to better serve our customersWe I Matthews while Dr. McLendonwas Shop/ .
attending sessions of% the I David Moore of Belle Glade is : BARKSDALE'S Summer
Board of Dental Examiners in,spending some time with hit SALE

wish to take this opportunityto Jacksonville. Miss Jeannette. Mc grandmother, Mrs. D. W. Moore. I II
Lendon, who was also visiting her
I Friends of
A. J. Hodges will
express our appreciation for your grandparents, spent a few daY'
be to know
glad that he was re-
wonderful patronage that has made last week in Gainesville as the leased from the. Veterans Hospital
'I I
guest,of Miss Rachel Gunn. For Your Best Values
this expansion possible. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith in Lake City last Friday.
| Mrs. I. H. Cason of Lake City
and children and Mary Agnes
Matthews was a recent visitor of her brother ,- ,. .
last -
spent Saturday at -
"THE NEW"DUCKY'S I CoL D. E. Knight, and Mrs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Howe.Jr. KnightMr. M'EN'S'soc' 'K'"s'
and baby David of Greenville, and Mrs:: Louis Smith of PANTIES
S. C. have moved back to Starke Tampa were guests last week of REDUCED

and are making their home with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland. 24 UpTo85c NOW
the senior Howes. Mr. Howe Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sheppardof Were 49c -- Now 39c Friday, July I 4,9MEN'S

has taken a job with'an insurance Valdosta, Ga. are spending a Nylon Were 79c Now 59c
company in Jacksonville and they few days with Mr. and Mrs. M. I ,

plan to move to Jacksonville in I H. Sheppard and Mrs. Kate Shep- Nylon, Were $1, Now 79c LADIES' SHIRTS

the near future. pard.Mrs. _ I'T fff* *.T_... .. _
Mr. and Mrs., Jack Saylor of W. B. Parks was visitingher CHILDRENS DRESSES up lo L.3U N u.w 1.49

Atlanta Ga. are. spending a few son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Up To 3.50 NOW
days with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie and Mrs. Dameron Black, Jr. in DRESSES

Biggs.Mr.. Atlanta, Ga. the latter part of With Purchase of One $' Up To 4.95 NOW 2.98NYLON
and Mrs. X. M. Smith spent [last week. Were 1.00 -.- Now 69c
the weekend at Regular Price, or
with Mrs. Coye B.
Were 1.59 Now 99c
Cheshire at Santa Fe Lake.
1-3 OFF Each Single -. ORLON ..
Dedicated To Community Service Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Were 1.98. Now 1.39 COTTON
Movie Are Better Than Ever" hfed as Sunday guests :Mrs. H.. F. D EBICTARKE Dress
Were 2.98Now 1.98 SHIRTS I
'Darby of Lake City and Mr. and FL-: '
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Mrs. Walter Gammel and chil- Were 3.95 Now 2.79
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. I dren of Orlando. ALL LADIES' Up To 5.95 NOW
Fri., Sat. = July 24, 25 Were 4.95 Now 3.29 3.98
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bauer of 1 --
ONLY Tues., Wed. July 28, 29 I DOUBLE FEATURE
July 25 UNUSUALBIG Tampa were overnight guests I Were 5.95 .. Now 3.98 HATS 198
BIG DOUBLE FEATURECORPORX'tDOLAN1' Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Sam 1 Captive WomenWith
Anderson.Mr. SUMMER
RIX Robert Clarke and Margaret LADIES SUMMER I
I and Mrs Bill Brinson of Fields 1-3 OFF

'ALUNKOKO Valdosta. Ga. were visiting Roy ANDLegion SHOES REDUCED DRESS HATS
Turner and Mr. and :Mrs. Robert ALL LADIESSU),,

i 1 gV Turner on Sunday. I As Low and As Low as
ww as Qftc up GOWNS & PAJAMAS 1.49
Mr. and Mrs. James Centerfitand Of The LawlessWith I
1 4Ki children of Williston were
IRONMOUNTAIN Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs. George O'Brien and Virginia MESH As Low as 98c SUMMER

Harold Hazelwood.Ben Vale I SUMMER SHOES PAJAMAS
Plus Serial and Cartoon
Mizell of Jacksonville was Color
visiting Miss Lucille Alvarez on I I 1-3 OFF 3.65 3.95 .. Now 2.49

.. Sun.Mon. 26, 27 Now 8.98
Sunday.Dr. July Were 12.95 2.95 Now 1.98
M. B. Herlong and Mrs. SEMINOLE : Were 6.95 Now 4.98
Carrie Adams, who are spendingthe IN TECHNICOLORWith GOWNS & PAJAMAS
summer in Waynesville, N. C.. Rock Hudson and \ Were 7.95Now 5.98 1-3 OR MORE OFFMEN'S

were home on business last Thursday -.
Barbara Hale
Plus "Spook No }"'U" Cartoon and I AND and Friday. CHILDREN'S SUMMER I-$ OFF
World SWIM
Plus Cartoon and Latest WEAR
Itiapter >o. 11 ''l'aptalnldt>O..1 Mrs. W. G. Haile entertainedat SANDELS A11 I98
ATTENTION WAY DOWN a small luncheon last Friday
honoring Mrs Olin White, Sr. and Tues.. July 28 ONLY ONE LOT MEN'S
We will give a 5 x 7 Color her sister'Mrs.' i
Minnie Bates of OFF
Photo of Rex Allen and His West Palm Beach. Stars and Stripes 1-3 1..3 OFFLADIES' POLO SHIRTS
Famous Horse KoKo to First .SOUTH 98c (
Mr. and Mrs. Forever
W. D. Hodge and
500 admissions. family of Manning, S. C. were IX TECHNICOLOR "! BATHINGESSUITS BLOUSES Were Up To 2.98 r .
4 Plus "Mouse Warning" Cartoon
visiting friends and relatives here With Clifton Webb and Ruth
, and Latest World NewsS. last week. -
, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wyatt of Some as Low as 3.98
Sun., Ion. -July 26. 27WARNER R. HICKS Also Cartoon and Latest
Bradenton were weekend guests of SLIPS REDUCED
World News
.; Mrs. Willa Mae I Up To 1.79
Thur.. Fri. -July 30. 31 Denton. Mike LADIES' Now 1.19

i THE Denton a week's returned visit with, the Wyattsfor Wed., Thur. July 29, 30 I SHORTS REDUCED Were 1.69 Now 1.19 Up To 3.95--Now 1.98

BROS: DOUBLE FEATURE Were 1.98 Now 1.39
Mr. and Mrs Graham Sale and -
VANQUISHED Call of the Wild
.. .I children of Valdosta, Ga. will arrive I 1.59 NOW 99c Were 2.98Now 1.98 BOY'S
With Clark Gable and Loretta
Tuesday for a fe.w days visit

.M Technicolor with the Guy Sales. Young i 1.98 NOW J.49 Were 3.98Now 2.98 POLO SHIRTS

........ Mr and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visited -AND-

I JOHY 1 PAYNE '.It,SIERIlNGOOLEEH Mrs.Cove Annie Springs L.Sunday Doyle afternoon.in Green The 'I Didn't Care' ; 2.98 NOW 1.98 CHILDREN'S As Low asr 39c

+1 GRAY.nu:BRrIGER Miss Pat Lamb who was inJacksoniDe Girl
plus__ "llare Lift" Cartoon and Plus "Who's Hugh" Featuretteand on Monday, had|( With Mitri Gaynor and David _
"Fool Coverage" Cartoon luncheon with Mrs. Jessie. Mae I Wayne
Latest World News Sanford of Jacksonville, a former Plus Latest World News

(resident.. of Starke. ,





I FRIDAY JULY 21, 1953
!ryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYYYY'I sun sure burns off the moisture. we knew she had a case of screw- '
nice to
ways meet readers of the tained with a surprise birthday
worms so we had to take it off, I
A FARMER'S I We planted about an acre of and now she's nursing again.We've Telegraph. I dinner Sunday by her husbandand
a I mother-in-law, Mrs LemBro'11 ALL TYPES PEST CONTROL
field peas on the land where we Got to get busy soon with the I
and relatives.
t D I A R Yi 3 3By plan to set out berries in September. what the been heck trying exactly to find, castor out Lazy'Dan and cut down the few was served and A after lovely dinner dinner SPECIALIZING IN

They grew slowly, and now pumice is, and why Dr. Brooksat remaining stalks of dog fennel Mrs. Brown opened her many CITRUS GROVE SPRAYINGLarge
Sam McGarvey we have growing in the house pasture. beautiful gifts. Mrs.
pigweed and coffee weed the Strawberry I Tommy Gill,
Laboratory at When we came here the dog fennel cousin of Mrs. Brown or Small *
growing in the rows, so we're Plant baked hera
The author City uses it to make
win be glad ta receive runner had about taken
hoeing them out. want the just over, but by lovely birthday cake.
items of interest concerning got some, raked it in SERVICE
to cutting it ,every summer before those from out of town who
and vines
I peas hurry grow big en-
our beds, but
the activities of farmers in still didn't know
as well have to cut them under WHY. August, we have almost eliminatedit. joyed this affair with Mrs. Brown FOR HOUSEHOLD PESTS AND TERMITES
Bradford County. Suggestions may Anyhow, we asked George
be left at the Telegraph. office. or in time for them to rot before we Huggins about it, and he came S e I were her sister, Mrs. Sarah Gra- Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co.
ham and children of Jacksonville
can bed for ,
up our
mailed to Sam McGarvey."Lawtey, with the answer in a fine book-
berries.'l the Water
let which Finnegan Pump can Miss Estelle. Ogilvie of Jacksonville 2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville
he Fla.That's
gave us entitled: .
be good just so long, and then he
Finally got the three long beds Know Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
: ; Your
i ........ .. of old berry plants cleaned off, Fertilizers. It told goes on a mechanical binge and Brown of Lake Butler, Mr. and '

and then put about 130 Ibs. of us that castor pumice is a natural we have trouble. This time it wasa Mrs. Jack Goodge, Mr. and Mrs. I
:Brought 2,000 sweet potato vine garden we Intend to use overhead organic moderately fast in avail-
castor pumice on top of the beds tiny'spring on the capacitor Willis Dyal, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Our Business
cuttings from Freddie Wattersonand .irrigation by means of plastic ability, containing from 4.1 to 6.6 starting switch which broke, and and S
and raked it in. The plants at McKinney Mr. Mrs. Roy Mc- i'7
,set them out in six rows in pipe with sprinklers In it. Up to the lower end of thus rows look per cent Nitrogen, as well as it took us a lot of time and trouble Kinney, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodman If It's Glass We Have It!

left field. They were grown from :now' we had thought that irrigation -' pretty good, and are: making quitea Now some phosphoric acid and potash. I to get it fixed. Dear old Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Gill CALL WRITE or VISIT
Louisiana Copperskin weevil-free I would be a very fine thing few runners, but the others .. Finnegan I and son' Sammy of Starke, Mr. 1
haven't started to run yet, andwe're and Mrs. W. R. Haislop and Mr. Joe Peters Glass Co.
stock and we set them out where :for us, but that it cost far too George also gave us a folder: TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'IBAYLESS I
afraid that they'll and Mrs. Marcus Conner and kids
there have been no sweet potatoes much money (the price we got opa dry up .Poisonous Plants in Florida and
grown in a'long time. The beds 4-inch well was about $1,800). and die. Just as soon as we.:can, |we went through it quite thoroughly. HIS\ A YII of Bayless Hiway. GLASS NEED
we intend to start waterto :Mrs. T. We Design Modern Store
pumping W. Crosby spent the Fronts
., were not wet enough at the time, Now it looks as if we can 'go For one thing, we identified J .
the plants. And in the mean- I first part 'of the week visitingher Just Mail Us A
but we got a pretty good rain ahead with ,only a moderate in- a shrub which has an orange-1 I Pattern for
time it's a battle to keep ahead of (l by Mrs. O. E. CrosbyALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA brother Eddie Hilliard of Plant
the next day, and so we're hoping vestment. And the more we think colored cluster of flowers. There I! Table Tops
the. and weeds. .
that we'll get a good. stand. .about irrigation, the more we are grass are many of them growing along City.Mr. 318 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353
and Mrs. Bill Graham of
S. convinced that it will pay us. the highway ditch and frequently -
Had a very interesting and help- .* I' We learn a little bit every day tourists stop to admire them and Church News I Jacksonville were guests of Mr.
We were glad to welcome. Rev.
ful visit by Bill Haas and Jim We found an old Goulds pump, farming and raising stock, take pictures. It is called Purple and Mrs.:, Howard Brown and mother !
and Mrs. Gwinn back to church
Luke of the Soil Conservation which we think was one used by by reading, asking questions, and Rattlebox, Daubentonia, or False'oinciana
observation. Sunday. They enjoyed a week's Mrs Lem Brown, last Tuesday
Service. They came to advise us Charlie .Dinkins, so we are goingto were disturbed and it is poisonous to Truly Expert
vacation with his folks at Men-
Hear had delicious
when that night. they a
we learned the feed
on our plans for irrigation; so we fix it up and use it. It is a we chickens, sheep and pigeons. Alice
Tenn. and also visited in the
shewed them what we wanted to simple gear pump and there is were buying was mixed a long identified. another plant as bitter- I steak supper. Howard and Bill

do (irrigate the kitchen garden not much that can go wrong withit distance south of here, then trucked weed, and now we know what mountains.A had an eating contest to see who \Radio And Y

and at least part of left field) and so we hope that a good clean- right past our place to Jack- that looks like. Apparently there large crowd attended Sunday could eat the most steak. II
sonville, and then finally hauled morning and evening servicesDon't .
they told us how we As a result, we plan to use ditch it for service. We are also buyingi again to a nearby point. Whenwe here, and we'll try to get rid of forget mid-week prayer
service Wednesday at Mrs. Raymond Brown Sunday.
learned that
a mill in Jacksonville every night
irrigation in left field, using the a rebuilt gasoline engine to urn: some of them.
did their own They tell me have the record ALL MAKES MODELS
2-inch well in the nearby truck ish' the power., Hope to get it: mixing 1 18. they

garden. But for the kitchen in operation soon, as this hot right there we were interested, Comfort just plain has to go Monday night Rev. Phillips of. on growing tobacco in Union

for it seemed to us that it should where she should not be. We I Atlanta Ga. demonstrated somenew County. Raymond has 2.8 acres of FREE ESTIMATES .. CALL 239

cost less, ,or be more feed for planted the front sedge-grass field I I seats for the church auditorium. tobacco, some leaves which are 30

H your money. Anyway, we've triedit in hairy indigo, and shut the gateon inches long. The'plants are on 9 Most Experienced 9 Finest Equipped\

studied the contents in Morri a cross-fence to keep the cows I Shower For Bride an average of 8 feet tall and
(T SAVEWIth son's Feeds and Feeding and so Mrs. Wanda Crews and MissMary 9 Satisfaction Guaranteed
out, but Comfort busted her wayin I meet in a four foot row, Raymondalso
far we're pleased with it Alyce Crosby entertained
very and insisted on nibbling on the said that he had lost two
Our stock likes it, and we're saving last Saturday night with a lovely lack barn
young seedlings. We finally had barns because of of Chas. C.
: Shepherd
Mutual Insurance some money.. to shut off another field too, in miscellaneous shower at the homeof space. He. will have three more

e order to keep them out until the Mrs. Floyd Crosby honoringMrs. pickings. From the pictures I saw I Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers
\, It doesn't look as if we'll ever Sherman Crosby a recent of the tobacco it is really beautiful. -
hairy indigo gets big enough to .PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.
break Petal of nursing. The bride. Games were played duringthe .

CONNER BROS.STARKESONLY' ox (or we should say yearling big graze. evening. At the close of a delightful Almost. Looks like forgot a ,thick folksVacationBible jungle. < ,. -' '. -" "'n'-, '_ ,'.- .-_ '- -- -.' '-, .'", ,,,,_'' .,'., "' ::'.,'

heifer) is 18 months old, ve. think evening refreshments were
The big moment we've been School begins at Bayless
she's bred, and still she keepson served by the hostesses. Mrs.Crosby .
waiting for a long time is just Hiway Monday August 3, at 8:30 ow..see the'NEW
Shop Before Buying Compare These, Savings nursing. We had her stopped about here. We refer, of course, received many lovely and We. urge all children between the
for a while when we had a wean- useful gifts. She was presented a DUCHESS
t I to Joy and the heifer calf we age of three and 17 to attend.
, ing device'on her. but it rubbed .set of colored sheets by the hos-
> hope she will give us. In fact, i if Thought for the week-A man ALL-FLEX ALUM
CLASS I against her neck and irst thing tessess. ,
it is a heifer we. will call it Hope,
Surprise Party doesn't own his wealth, he owes l
JTVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYWHERE but if it is a bull, he'll' be knownas I it. BLINDS
Mrs. Howard Brown was enter-
Public Liability only $29.50 TRAINING AND tion Artie). (for artificial insemina I _

Driver's License Can Be If Your Are Involved fed *
Revoked If you need a truss or surgical We have Joy carefully and anew kind EEE=

In Accident Without Liability support you cannot afford to now, a few days before she's to ,

take a chance with y.nr health, have her calf, we're adding some I INTEGRITYof of blind ==
to her feed
syrup to help ward
SAVE 20% on All Dwellings'and Contents by being improperly fitted. off another attack of acetonemia.

SAVE 15% on All Business Property Here Center at Canova Prescription We'll give her about a pint of conduct and dealing with better wipes clean
we ,have trained technicians syrup daily after she has her calf
SAVE 10.2077 on All Cars & Trucks both male and female, for about three weeks, and if that thoughtfulness and economy in all witha

SAVE 30% on Garage & Service Station Liability to serve you.Remember doesn't help, we'll have to give our serving these mark the reput-

your health and her an injection of glucose. Joyis able quality of this well known firm. stroke!

comfort depend such a good cow.
on expert

Conner Bros. Insurance AgencyRepresenting Sam's- determined. a to learn the Mechanism. Tilt Vinyl plastic tapes.
fitting.CANOVA correct new cords won't slip. new Won't shrink stretch or
names of the trees around
DeWITT C. JONESPhone fade. Choiee of 11 colors.
here, and is starting with slash new t Vinyl plastic cord
and tassels! Cord won'tfray Modern head bar
some of America's Highest Rated Com- PRESCRIPTION CENTEI pine. He's not sure of it yet, but 7 Starke, Fla. stretch or shrink. Tassels are new and" slim! matChing bot.
panies, As Rated by"Alfred SI.\ Best, America's Leading he knows it has rather small i I noiseless, unbreakable. torn bar designed to blend withslatL

Insurance Authority PHONE 4202 cones, leaves rr.r.cos I '. Flexalum aluminumIlatL
deep green with two IIII 16 new
cf the
(Near Hospital) snap-back, spring The length
or three needles about 12 inchesin Funeral Director Ambulance Service tempered! Won't chip or peel,crack: new blind Js made E X ACTor
PHONE 285 Gainesville just.' Choice of,17 colors. to the fraction of an Inch.
length and the bark is red and, --' .
. . , scaly on old trees. Our local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and Look for the Duchess
SeaL It's Your Guarantea -
cervices not otherwise available. of Quality and

Had a very enjoyable time recently 4> .. .. .. .. .. Distinction. .
swimming at Kingsley FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL '
Lake. It certainly is cool and re- We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and

freshing to take a swim, and then accept ANY life insurance policy in force, teamed by ANY GASSETT EXCHANGE STOREPhone

of course it is good exercise. But company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral.

Suwannee Store needs exercise? Not when I'I'who 'I Consultation carries no obligation. 207-W Starke, Fla.

we're farming, for sure. .
S .
I '
We read recently about a weed .....- I
:killer which they claim will elimi- I 3 t.-q. I I .
I ,
I na Bermuda grass. If it is>true '..::,' Ii;.
401 W. Call St. PHONE 345 /Q//&ee .-". :Ii
Darby Bldg. .
this chemical might be a big helpto ; "-:.
those of us who are just about q'

going crazy trying to control the
MARKET SPECIALS GOOD THOR FRI. & SAT. pesky stuff. For one thing, any I / __. "" ..

land which has been treated with I s i <> : : ,
OTHER SPECIALS GOOD THRU NEXT TUESDAYLykes I this weed killer must be left idle 1 s.

for a season, and ifa, good kill I

was not obtained, the dose must
SMOKED RED RIPETOMATOES be repeated. But wouldn't it "be

2 fine to get rid of that grass!
cans 25c .
SAUSAGE.E 29CTender farther

LIBBY'S 12-oz can At last we have a means of ea

mowing the grass around our
JUICE lOc home, and it is a big relief. We

CHUCK ROAST All now own a gasoline mower, whichwe ;
L6 recently had rebuilt and it 'I 1/ j/

3 does a very good job. Right now '
STEAK 39 25c
we are busy mowing some of the ;
WO/7 8ver// .
TETLEY'S TEA 14"lb places that are overgrown, and 1 ,
33c when we get that done it shouldbe .... .- .

Fresh Ground GA. MAID fairly easy to keep the grass 1

looking good. And a neatly trim- .

Lb DILL PICKLES, 22-oz Jar 25c med lawn is attractive harbors ,

HAMBURGER 39C fewer insects, and there are less -
I ts
OLD GLORY weed pollens (and that is easieron

PORK Alice's hay fever). H
Lean Tender BRISKET &: BEANS, Mb can lOc s r ; '

I SESSION'S While over at Truby Wain-

24-oz Jar wright's farm for syrup for Joy, f

STEW 29C I PEANUT BUTTER 49c we tasted the best pear we've had ,

yet in Florida. Truby says it is II -

5 Ib bag an Apple-Pear and come this winter I

we are going to get a coupleof I .
Fancy 4 to 5 Lb. Average PILLSBURY FLOUR 60c limbs from him and start a I .
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Lb couple of trees here. ...w.o Tk. (hiking iwv M Air Sport
3 Flat Cans I Coop*. With 3 8' BED HEN 49C I / 0..0'' 0"IIoe widwt cfcoic.ef .
__ MAINE SARDINES 25c Myrtle the pet pig is a pest. Md.lt M ill ft.14.
The little devil is forever getting

. UNCLE SAM underfoot and the other, day whena
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BULLET u in a hurry Myrtle picked that i I I I
IT LIBBVS CRUSHED entirely new I The sleek, low-slung I Entirely new PowerChevroJet I now brings I Again this year-as in115h.p.
time to get into life backyard "BlueFlame"engine I this I I I
beauty of fine new glide automatic transyou the most imporevery single postwar
_ PINEAPPLE 2 No. 2 cans 55c right by Leo, and we were afraid (teamed with 1I car provides one more I mission, with faster 1 I tant gain in gasoline I year-more people are
that he'd kill her. Alice solved Powerglide) is the t reason for Chevrolet's } getaway and greater I economy in its history I buying Chevrolets than

Hickory Smoked County Style LIBBY'S the problem easily, by putting most powerful in the truly amazing popularI I economy, eliminates the t And, you save substanany I t other car. In fact. .
Myrtle in a safe place for the low-price field! In gearshift I ity.The new Fisher Body I clutch pedal completely. I tial amounts on overlatest official registration ,i.
POTTED MEAT 3 25elcCormick's |time the bathtub. models, you get I provides roomy luxuriI And Chevrolet's new I all upkeep, too. Yet 1 figures show Chevrolet t
HAH8to"9"65c cans being -. the advanced 108-hp. I ousinteriorsmodernap- Power Steering does 1 with all its wonderful ) over 25% ahead of the
l "Thrift-King engine. I pointments and colorful, I 80% of the work I new things, Chevrolet I second-place car.Nearly i
Pure 1-oz bot. It's a fine idea to have a few Both give brilliant new I fine-fabric upholstery I I lets you squeeze in or remains the lowest 2 million more people ;
VANILLA hogs .and cows, but when you performanceandgreater that can be matched only I out of tight spaces with priced line in the lownow drive Chevrolets
By Case Plus Deposit; 24c only have a few it is a headache .economy.,. I in costlier cars. I wonderful new ease. 1 price field I than any other make.

CHECKERS to get them bred. You have too I ,. w I I I I On'mtd ft""".ton. Com

few to keep a bull or boar and .Maui.P.weghdr.lt..li ."''';11;.. ..1.-

COCA COLA83C POP CORN box 5c that means you have to load and MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR lP-till..g.'MII.:;1J..fJ.,," ....,,"T,, IV"n. .

unload them carry them off to be "X r s"" .,,4 Bil stir m 4lt,
KINGAN'S K. P. Can bred, and then oftimes the per I ....- .. \ .11I*: Power Sltmnf uaal
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LUNCHEON formance has to be repeated

CHEESE 2 LbBox $fJ6 NIGHTENGALE MEAT i-oz 45c Can Wish nation there for hogs was. and.artificial.beef cows insemi: TORODE CHEVROLET CO. '

... Enjoyed a visit from Mr. and
Mrs. Prescott. who brought their PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETS

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. technical, help. their mother, Mrs. T. F. Brown. nied by her granddaughter Ann .
Mrs. M. B. Layfield and grand- .Griffiths.
L. O. Hazen. a district cooperator daughter, Miss Norma Jean Jonesare Miss Doris Parker is attending
SOIL CONSERVATION used the district's seeder cul- visiting Mrs. O. G. Johnson night school at the U. of F. in

tipacker to plant a Pensacola Ba- and family at Fleming, they were Gainesville.Mrs. BusiNt1
N-E-W-S hia pasture on his place out the accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dyal is working at SCHOOL
Rowell Lake Road. We were sit- Raleigh Brannen who were Sat- the Farm Colony.
0 By Bill Haas f ting on Hazen's porch watching Charles
urday night supper guests. A. Cox'and sons, Ron-
it rain when LuCIan remarked,
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION Rev. and Mrs. James H. Simmsof nie and Jimmie of Miami are,visiting -
", this
"rm going to use more seed
'!-- Evansville Ind. visited their his parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. .
l' i SERVICE -.FS .f time so that I can get a quicker brother Rev. R. C. Gray and family A. Cox.
grass coverage".. last week. On Wednesday eve-
Young Peoples Training
ning, Rev. Simms spoke in Prayer I Union of the Baptist Church helda FOR
D. W. and M. P. Hicks
conservation District this week were G.V.. Starling
Soil and water meeting.
at the.
I Fellowship meeting
farm plans were delivered to Ben I Dickenson, of the Project Plans used the district's seeder culti- : Wm. Clark visiting his son the Palms Friday night. STARKE .'
Holtzendorf and John H. Den- Division, Spartanburg, S. C., H. packer to plant an 8-acre pas- in New York, relatives in Calais Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand
Helms, Assistant State Con- ture on their place west of Lawtey Maine and
mark this week. Holtzendorfs B. also points in Canada Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant
place Is located out ,the Rowell servationist, Gainesvillp, and L. on the Raiford Road. expects to return home In Sep- spent several days last week at FLORIDA

Lake road. Included in his pas- A. Jacobsen, Area Conservationist, tember. the. Watterson's cottage in Cedar
ture program is Pensacola Bahia, I Lake City. It is the policy of the TTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTVTVTTtHAMPTON W. M. U. of the Baptist Churchwas ..

and Coastal Bermuda grasses. Soil Conservation Service to assistall held Friday evening at the Keys.Mrs.. C. L. May fell on her
White clover will be seeded in farmers to develop wellrounded .home of Mr. and Mrs. Orein Jones.
screened porch Monday evening
areas where the moisture condi- basic soil and water conserva- Mrs. Charles Hicks opened the
injuring her back. Business
tions are suitable. Ben also plansto tion farm plans that are both 1 by Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond meeting with prayer. The subject Massey College

use sweet yellow lupine on technically and economically I was "Leprosy". After a busi- TYTTTTYTYYTTTTTTYTTTTyy9HIGHLAND
well-drained areas. In his pastures.By sound. It is also the policy to as- AAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ness meeting Mrs. Mary Williams
breaking up the' old pasture sist more farmers with their planning Don't forget the Homemadeice closed with prayer.

sod' and putting in a legume he each year. The three stagesof cream and cake sale sponsoredby I Mrs. Jones served 'homemade. Will open an Extension School in Starke just as soon as a
will improve the. condition of his farm planning are Initial, Ad- the Hampton H. D. Club at I,ice. cream and cake.
pastures as well as get some good vanced and Basic.Progressive the City Hall to-nite, July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Yarboroughand By Sirs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA sufficient number is enrolled, books and equipment received,

grazing from the nitrogen build- planning makes it Come and help us to get an electric three children spent Tuesday and other arrangements completed.
Ing plant. John Denmark has the possible to start working with a range for our hall. i !afternoon with his parents, Mr.I
Santa Fe Stock Farm located east farmer on whatever part of a Mrs. Geraldine Sticlr and Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Yarborough of 1 Edwin Griffis of the Armed I

of Hampton. He. likes bahia grasses soil and water conservation pro- and Mrs. Wm. Smith and son, Macclenny.Mr. Forces, Fort Bragg, N. C. spent

best using Pensacola and Arg- gram he may be ready to under- Billy.of Jacksonville, were over and Mrs. Rafalowski and the weekend with his mother, Mrs.I

entine Bahia in most of his pas- take. The rate of progress will I the weekend guests of Mrs.Verna I daughter, Carol of St. Louis, Mo. Callie Griffis. I Day & Night SchoolWe
tures. night with her sister -
depend on interest and ability Young and boys. spent Monday- Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Norman and
Mr. 'and Mrs. Glen. McIntosh Mrs. Leo Savage and family.Mr. son Larry visited their soninlawand
the amount of, time avail-
Studying progressive farm plans and on have moved to Macon, Ga. and Mrs. Ralph Prevatt of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
in Bradford Soil Conservation able,, materials, equipment andYYTTTTTTTfYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYTTTY Miss Betty Durling was shop Lawtey called on Mr. and Mrs. ard Sapp and children of Green

ping in Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. John Knight on Sunday. Cove Springs.The .
.' and Mrs. Edward Saxon and Mr. and Mrs. O. L. DuBose Leonard Norman family,
.DEEP FREEZE BABY BEEF I baby were recent callers in Plant and son, Fred of Vero Beach .Earl Padgett family and Brownie
Slaughtered to your order. Pick out the one you like. I City.Mrs.. Minnie Crinshaw of Gainesville Brown Sunday on their way to Jacksonville.Mr famous SPEEDWRITING
vacation. and Mrs. E. W. Dinkins and LEGE has been training its
!Asheville, N. C. for a
We invite you to visit and inspect the conditions with I attended services at the Baptist shorthand for ever four years.
Mrs. J. C. DuBose of Vero son Leo, of Jacksonville were visi-
which meat is handled. 'I Church here Sunday. Mrs. La- SPEEDWRITING is not students for office positions
your Beach is spending two weeks with ting Mrs. Dinkins' sister new
H. of Theressa
Mrs. A. Kelsey
PRICES VERY REASONABLE <=II and the Farm Colony was a Mon- her sister, Mrs. T. F. Brown and cey Norman Monday morning.E. but it has had a tremendous for 59 years. Some of the
C. business
Mrs. J. J. Brannen.Mr. Harvey was
and Mrs. Wiley Williamsonand visitor to Jacksonville Friday.T. most successful business men
SANTE FE STOCK FARMStarke .,F. Dyal. family were in Daytona Sun- E. Pease of St. Marys, Ga. four years. We now have
Mayor and Mrs. G. P. Wads- and women in Florida have
was in our community on business students
more taking
their Gordon many
worth visited son
Fla. = day.Miss Jean Parker spent Satur- Friday afternooi. graduated from MASSEY.::
I and family at Gainesville and Mrs. SPEEDWRITING than Gregg.
who Daisy Padgett were in Jackson-
4 Sunday.Mr. Montie Hutchings of.Starke
accompanied her home and spent ville Friday.
. and Mrs. Marvin Jackson I Little Sharon Mosley, Mrs.
with the Parkers.
and son, and George. Jackson of I Bonnie Nazworth is spending Lacey Norman's mother and R. C. --
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.
'sometime with her sister, Mrs. Griffis are on the sick list.
Edward Feagle of the State Farm Charles Gaskins and family at Our Bible School begins the 'WE GUARANTEE RESULTS AND SHOW' PROOF!
''- were Saturday guests of Mr. and Palatka. 13th and will last until the 24th.

LOCAL Safe PHONE Mrs. George Saxon. The blocks for the Sunday
r OR Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Morris and Mrs. Mary Jones and daughter, I School department have arrived.
Dependable 'Andrea of Crescent City have returned -
LONGDISTANCE 311 sons of Macclenny visited their I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Carter at-
EconomicalR. home after spending
sister Mrs. J. G. Adkins and fami-
tended church here Sunday, they
ly Saturday afternoon.Mrs. I weeks with her sister, Mrs. R. F. HOW TO ENROLL WHO SHOULD ENROLLThe
B. Alvarez OR are from Macclenny and are
Dyal and husband.
Eddie Allen has returned I
Agents For TRANSFER AND 250JSTORAGE from the Alachua Hospital and is Mrs. Wm. Hammond and daughter spending the week with Mr. and. Remember this is an Extension School. demand for stenographers and

Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO. convalescing at her home. Willow Ruth spent last Tpes- Mrs. .Bill and Pendarvis Mrs. Tom and Norman family.Mr. and All students start on the opening dayor secretaries is so great that graduates

Dr. and :Mrs. Homer Lindsay, day with Mrs. Wesley Halek. family of Macclenny were visiting night. No onecan be accepted after have the choice of many positions.Who .

pastor of the First Baptist Churchin Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of Miami the Sidney Starling family the opening date. Further, only 25 can
Jacksonville 'were Friday lun- who has been visiting her daughter Sunday. Both families went to be accepted because of teacher load. If

cheon guests of Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. Griffiths of Theressaand i I Graham to attend the birthday you want to take a course, you should should be interested inSPEEDWRITING

Perryman Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Floriila Bob Gray and girls. sisters, Mrs. T. F. Brown and' dinner at a sister's Mrs. Willie not .delay one moment, but call on or
ri/ Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest! Mrs. J. J. Brannen of Hampton,I Moody. Happy birthday. Willie. see Mr. V. K. Moore, at once and make
I and children of Miami are visiting returned home Monday accompa- children
it i Magelene Starling and reservation. Tuition not payable until ''I. General office workers.
were visiting friends and rela- school opens but reserve your seat in

tives in,Jacksonville this weekend. advance to be sure of a place.A 2. Medical and dental secretaries.
Lacey Norman was a business
visitor in Jacksonville Thursday. short, intensive course to upgradeyou 3. Typists.

J Travel "FIRST CLASS"IT'S Another home is going up in in your present position or securea 4. Receptionists.i
our little town, next to Lonnie better one..

Presco.t 's.v Haven't learned who 5. Switchboard operators., .
the owner Is. I think it is Elita All students can take advantage of our

Prescott's. FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE in 6. Students at college.

f AflIr M1v'fi Jacksonville} Fla. At the present time
1. Reporters and writers.
.... ... we have 10 jobs for graduate.
-- -' _.. ..... every
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8. Professional men and women.
9. Wives of young professional busi


c MBIT MONEY.IKI GIMIITEU WORK Age No ObstacleMany 10. Wives of service men.

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

i 'pNITj'HEARING school for some time say: "I want to pare for a position quickly.

prepare quickly. I can't see another 12. Teachers.

:year or more in school. Isn't there
AIDS something that I can take and be ready 13. Club women to take notes.
*, I THREE GREAT MODELSI for ?" Yes there is.
':' w a job quick 14. All who want to upgrade themselves .
,"*, j EACH $ BmC in their
.c\ BNLI 7 .3 it_oil uutcaul present positionsor
__ few weeks. Call. Investigate.
: ] secure a better one.
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level hills all on a lean "regular" gas diet, offers a hull-tight Crestmark body, a carpet-
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i for else Iii Circuit Court. Bradford Ceaat I. Circuit Court Bradford APPEAR 10:00 A.1L, August 3. 1953, for'the NOTICE TO.Pf'E.R NOTICE TO APPEARIB
nor anybody I Florida In Chaucery. Florida IB Chancery. County following: IB Circuit Court Bradford Contity Circuit Court Bradford Couaty,
A rat-killing campaign might be Hal H. Bowden. Plaintiff, vs. Billie Alfred R. Martin Plaintiff Ruth 1 Three-Quarter Ton WindowAir Florida I. CkMrrry. n rUvUat IB CB,*rv.
good for us. I M. Bowden Defendant_ Marlene }Martin Defendant.TS. Conditioning Cult, of Standard Francis M. C. Brown. Plaintiff,. vs. Helen Marion Thompson, Plaintiff,
Case No. 9920 Case No. 9929. popular thermostatically controlled Hazel V. Brown Defendant. vs. RalphJLack, Thompson. Defendant. -
We can secure the assistance of !iollt'e Te Appear.To Notice- T. Appear.To five-year warranty period tra3e- Ni). 9899 Case No. 9939
Mr. Johnson in furnishing the best : Billie :M. Bowden, whose residence ; Ruth Marlene Martin whose completely installed on ZZ9 \. Cir Notice T. Appear.To Notice T. Appears
and address is; 103 Briggs residence and address is: 161 West cuit.A. : Hazel V. Brown whose resi To: Ralph, Mack Thompson whose
possible bait at actual cost if we Avenue, High Point, Xorth Carolina. Colorado Street Memphis, Tennes check in the amount of 100.00. dence and address is: Mbrristown, residence and address is: c 0 \\raysI
want a campaign. The County You are hereby notified that a is: to accompany each bid. New York. I Barber Shop: Boulevard and Broad
suit for see.You are hereby notified The Board reserves the right to Too are hereby notified that a I Streets, Richmond, Virginia.
Health Department is always interested Divorce suit for Divorce that a reject arm or all bids. suit for You are hereby notified that a

and anxious to offer as- has been filed against you In the I has been filed against you In the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Divorcehas suit for
above named Court and cause and above named Court and and Clerk. teen filed against in the btvoree
cause you
sistance in such a campaign. you are required to of 7/1T 2t 7/24 has been filed against you In the
serve a copy I you are required to serve a copy of above named Court and cause and
Limited Hog Serum your answer or pleading to the com your answer or pleading to tht you are required to serve a copy of above named Court and cause and
87 Ceo. T. Hoggins Small plaint on the Plaintiff's 'Attorney complaint on the Plaintiffs your answer or pleading to the you are required to serve a copy of
of cholera
supplies hog Zach H. NOTICE your answer or pleading to the
Douglas. $Oii Lynch Attorney Lloyd Bass 302 Clark complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney '
County Agent serum and virus are coming in. Building, Jacksonville Florida I Building Jacksonville. Florida Notice is" hereby given that the Joseph K. Skipper :221!:! complaint on the Plaintiffs
and file the original in the office of and file the original in the office 'Board of County Commissioners. Graham Building, Jacksonville, I Attorney Lloyd EUS9, 392Clark
We shall make
effort to
Extension Service every Bradford County, Starke. Florida. Building, Jacksonville, Florida
-Lv Agricultural the Clerk of the CircUi Court on of the Clerk of the Circuit Court i Florida '
keep it used up fast as we receive or before the 10 day of Angust. 1953; on or before the will receive bids to be opened at and file the original IB the office of
otherwise the allegations of said 17 day of August. 1953 I 10:00: A.M.. August 3, 1953, for the and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
4-II Camp A Success If you do custom work with it. ; the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the
complaint will be otherwise the Following:
taken as confessed allegations of said
Twenty-three Bradford 4-H boys your equipment, be sure to make Let me. say here that I surely by you. Complaint will be taken as con- One-Ton Window Air Conditioning or before 3 day of the August, 1953; 17 day of August, 1953;

enjoyed a week of good campingat note of that fact. Try to estimatethe appreciate the patience and cooperation This notice shall be published teased by you. Unit, of standard popular make otherwise the allegations; of said otherwise the allegation of said
once each week for tour consecutive This notice shall be publishedonce thermostatically controlled five- Complaint will be taken as confessed -
Cherry Lake 4-H Camp in MadIson approximate acres that you you have shown during wueks in the Bradford County TeU- each week for four consecutive year warranty period completely Complaint by will be taken as confessed by you.

County last week. Terry will work on custom basis. this long season of.irregularity in graph. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- installed on 220 'V. Circuit.A you. This notice shall Ve publishedonce
Dated this 8 day of July' 195S. graph. check in the amount of $100.00 This notice snarl ee publishedonce eacn week for four consecutive
Futch from Lawtey and Rudolph Phil Martineau of Graham ad- this hog treating program. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Dated this 10 day of July 1953. is to accompany each bid. each week for four consecutive weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph

f. Sapp from Heilbronn were the vises that he is trying a plan of Funds have been approved for Clerk of the Circuit Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby The Board reserves the right to weeks In the Bradford County Tele
By Marian L. CrosbY, Deputy Clerk. Clerk of the Circuit Court I graph. Dated this 10 day of July. 1955,
: only two boys who happened to be bookkeeping that he. thinks will our needs. Soon as production can 1110 4t 731NOTICE By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. reject(OFFICIAL any or EAL all)bids.Charles A. Darby Dated this :27! day, of June. 1953. (OFFICIAL: SEAL) Charles A. Darby

!!1 the Honor Squad which was simplify the record keeping in get on schedule we will be all 7/17 4t !IIi Clerk. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Clerk: of the Circuit Court
TO APPEAR By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Py Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
chosen at the end of the week. this program. ,H is trying the right and can keep up again with !. Circuit Court Bradford Couaty, I 7/17 2t 7/24 i i 7/3 4t 7/24 7/17 4t SjT,

made their full with his during Florida: In C..actor,. NOTICE TO APPEARIn
These two boys plan operation your requests. Agnes It. Harrison Plaintiff, vs.1 Circuit Court. Bradford County.riorldai .i -
contributions to the squad in makIng this month. If he finds it to be Frank M. Harrison, Defendant. i IB "-kaucery.Emily --
t .. A. Buie Pease, Plaintiff, TS.
it the .outltanding group at good, he will pass it on' to us for YTTTTT..T.T Case Xo. 9925 I Albert A. Pease, Defendant.
Notice t Appear.To i
Camp. our best use. We appreciate that Case No. 993
Frank :M. whose
: Harrison
HEILBRONN : Notice To Appear.To You are cordially invited to drop in and apply for
Other boys attending Camp interest and neigborly attitude, residence and address is: c/o Paul,I : Albert A. Pease whose residence your awn charge account
Benton, 25; :Mineola
Place, New A pleasant interview ball It takes
Mr. Martineau. and address is: Unknown.You .
were Donald Cooper Robert Cooper Brunswick, New Jersey.
by Marian NormantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1 are hereby notified that a
James Cowart, Edwin Crawford You .Got Rats suit You for are hereby notified that a'I suit for

Lavern Dyal Ralph Futch, V, L Johnson rodent control Divorce, custody and control of Divorce and restoration of maiden

Lane'Gaskina Arthur Green Ter- specialist, was in the office this minor child has been name filed against you In the
:Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Sapp returned has been filed against In the
rell Green. T. J. Mann Glenn week reviewing some of the rat- home Friday after spending above named Court and you cause and above named Court and cause and
are required to serve a copy
:Moore, Fritz Pellum Donald killing programs in other counties, a week at Plant City and you are required to serve a copy of you your answer or pleading to the STARTING
answer to the
your or pleadings
Thomas. Jimme Waters, Clyde We had a "rat killing campaign" Cocoa. complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney complaint on the Plaintiffs a .
Zach H. Douglas 505;
.'B.: Whitehead Jr. in Baker last T. Frank Landrum, MONDAY
Wainwright, over County year Mr. and :Mrs. O. E. Petcher of Starke Florida Lynch Building Jacksonville,
Charles Whitehead Robert White- and well received the Florida
it was by and file the
Jacksonville visited :Mr. and Mrs.T. original In the office of in the officeof
head and Robert Shannon.We farmers and folks who had stor- the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor and file the original MORNING at
Circuit Court
FrIday -
N. Norman Thursday and before the the Clerk of the on

know that these boys had a age places where rats would mul of last week. ID day of August 1953; er before 17 the of August. 1953; ; ON THE SQUARE
time and look forward to otherwise the said day
allegations of
good tiply. Eldon and of said
Mr. and Mrs. Sapp otherwise the allegations
a good club program that will be Rats carry sev ral diseases that Mr. and :Mrs. Barney Eggers re- Complaint by ;you.will be taken as' confessed Complaint will be taken as con- IN GAINESVILLE

improved by those fellows who are given to humans. One that we turnedhome Friday night from a This notice shall be publishedonce teased This by notice you. shall be publishedonce

have enjoyed their 'program.Gas each week for tour consecutive week for four consecutive -
tH frequently hear about is typhus visit to Tennessee.Mr. weeks In the Bradford County
Bradford County
weeks in the
Tax Refund "
fever. Rats dirty creatures. Telegraph.
are and Mrs. Cedric Rosier were Dated this 8 day of July. 1953.FP1C1AL Telegraph.
Perhaps read the article bums in Dated this 13 day of July, 19a3.;
you They are every
visiting :Mrs. Alice Karnes this ( ) SEAL) Charles A Darby OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
,this week that response was slow They contaminate feed so that an- Clerk of the Circuit Courtly Clerk of the Circuit Court- .

to the gas tax refund for agricul- imals actually refuse to eat it week.Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman had :! Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 7/10 4t Clerk 7/31 By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 7/17 Clerk.4t 8/7 I | THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN MARKDOWNS TAKEN

tural gasoline. Seemed that almost sometimes. They litter up your ,
Saturday night
suDDer guests
half of the applications had barns and storehouses, they destroy -I ,
been turned down in that the requests property, and we are told Circuit Court. Bradford Coaaty>
:and Shirley McRae: Mrs. Vernie Florida IB Caancrrr.
were greater than need for that you actually spend about $4 vs.Otel- Notice is hereby given that the .
Clarence Farton. Plaintiff.
Thornton and Mr. and Mrs. H.
the amount of land to be cultiva- per year per rat to let them live I ia Barton Defendant. Board of County Commissioners. I SUMMER MERCHANDISE IN OUR
M. McRae. 'I r_>_,._c._. _v_n___ 910l_!_ Bradford County, Starke, Florida..
\ ted. on your place. Free room and n will receive bids to be opened at
Mr. ana Mrs. Marklee Normanand Notice To Appear.To 10:00 A.M., August 3, 1953: for the
... : Otelia Barton, whose residence -
baby daughter of Hampton is: State Mental Hospital, following;
1 Electric Drive Metal Plate Rib.
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Petersburg Virginia.You bon Print Tax Roll writing :Machine GREAT SEMIANNUALSTOCK
are hereby notified that a
$ Leroy Norman Sunday afternoon. suit for for imprinting legal descrip-
UP of
tions and owners name
and of minor
Divorce custody
Miss is
Joyce Morgan spendingsome childrenhas estate and personal property in-

time with relatives in Miami. been filed against you In the corporating" automatic vice to Inscribe -

Miss Marian Norman returned above named Court and cause and this information horizontally
TO while listing said descriptions-
\ you are 'required to serve a copy of TAKING SALE
home Sunday afternoon after your answer or pleading to the ically on the tax rolls of the Tax
Assessor, and imprinting the tax
the Plaintiffs
complaint on
spending a week in Tavares with
Attorney Evan T. Evans, 103 notice receipts and carbon copies of
: her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville the Tax Collector with a vertical

_flflsfls rflssrss St SflS Homer Stearns.Mr. ,'and file the,original Florida In the office of listing 1 Electric device.Drive Typewriter Key- NO SAVINGS LESS THAN 25% MANY MORE THAN 50%

and Mrs. Jimmie Gaskinsof board Plate-Cutting Machine equipped .
'SICONFIDENTIAL the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
visited relatives here or before the with embossing indicator and
last weekend. :3: day of August, 1933; I adapter for embossing metal plates i Twice a year we dear our stocks drastically of cdds and end, slov/
'for the tax roll.
=S=srSnjEY otherwise the allegations of said I
flSsvspsrssfl Miss Glenda Varnes is back Complaint will be taken as confessed 7500 Style GG Complete Tax

Prompt. Friendly Service home after an extended visit with This by you.notice shall bi publishedonce Writing with Index Units Cards(with, automatic metal plates Selector )-!|' selling items, broken size or color assortments. If you find some

.. '" I IIII II II 1"1" I her .father, Pitt Varnes, in Orlan- each week for four consecutive Tabs and Card Cutter. ,
weeks in the Bradford County Tele 1 BD-70 Gray Steel Filing CabInet thing like find a rare bargain Indeed because markdownsrun
do.Fred graph. for Addressograph metal plates, you you ,

STARKE, LOAN & FINANCE CO. I Johnson spent Saturday fated this 1 day of July, 1953. complete with Base and 70 Filing i i

I night and Sunday with his broth- (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Court.Darby Drawers.The above with equipment Lock and and Keys.supplies from 25% to 50% and more. Come early for best choice

Phone 160HOW In Canova Store er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk to be installed instructions!
Drug 7/3 tt 7/24 furnished and equipment to be .
Ancel Norman. Monday at 9
starting sharp.
p guaranteed and serviced for a period -! ,
The Purvis Greens are progres- NOTICE TO APPEAR of 1 year by the manufacturer. .
,u- with their new house. la Circuit ( furt. Bradford County. The Board reserves the right to I *
\,: sing nicely Florida I. Chancery. I' reject any or all bids. BOOKS NOW CLOSED ALL CHARGES BILLED I SEPT. 1 1ST.
The. rafters are almost all up. Manuel Reese, Plaintiff vs. }Marie (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Reese Defendant. Case No. 9S57 Clerk.7li .

NOTICE TO APPEAR Notice To Appear. 2t 7/24!

to BOSS'WIFE. I la Florida Circuit) IB Court.Cuaacery.tvtty Bradford. Conuty and To address: Marie is Reese: 214 Summit whose residence Avenue I S ALSO LAST WEEK OF WILSON'S GREAT JULY .WHITE SALE j

Jean Campbell: Plaintiff, Y$. Jersey City N. J. NOTICE
Edward Earl Campbell. Defendant. You are hereby notified that a Notice is hereby given that the
Case No. 9911 suit for Board of County Commissioners.
; I Notice To Appear.To Divorce, custody, control and I Bradford County, Starke Florida\i ,
NO.60 : Edward Earl Campbell. whose support of minor child will receive bids to be opened at) -- -- ::#'J- --

A SERIES residence and address is: :210! Lend has been filed against you in the,I ,_
I tt: Street, Cheraw. South Caro- above named Court and cause andy -
lina. u are required to serve a copy of
: I You are hereby notified that a :your answer or pleading to the complaint .
: the Plaintlfts: AttorneyT.
suit for on --
Divorce, temporary and perma- Frank Landrum."Starke, Fla. The SAFETY-TESTED ':
/ nent alimony attorney's fees and file the original In the office SEAL ,means- ,
and restoration of maiden name of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ;
Clerk of the Circuit Court. I or before the :3: day of August. 1953; .
has been filed against you In the otherwise the allegations of said
above named Court and cause and Complaint will' be taken as confessed -
) you a-e required to; serve a copy of by you.
.4f&s your answer or pleading to the This notire shall be published
complaint on the Plaintiff's once each week for lour consecutive
Attorney Joseph K. Skipper, 221 weeks in the Bradford County Tele- A BETTER DEAL

Graham Building. Jacksonville graph.
Florida Dated this 29! day of June. 195J.!
and file the original in"the office of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
the Clerk of the Cirpuit Court on Clerk of the Circuit Court .
or before the By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
3 day of August 1913;: ; 7/3 4t 7S4OT1CK
otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint will be taken aq confessed .\ TO .\"PR.\It I
by you. In Circuit Court Bradford County.Florida ma
.';; This notice shall *e publishedonce : lu Chaacery.MiheI / ,
t o' \. each week for four consecutive : Seholack. Plaintiff vs. Ida -
j weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Mae Seholack; Defendant.
,. I
-- I' Case No. 9319 I

Dated this 2 day of July, 1933.; I I Notice T* Appear .
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby To: Ida Mae Seholack whose residenr low-mileage
ltLl HER Clerk of the Circuit Cowl > and address is: llP- West F
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk3 144th Street, Nw York. New York. I
TOt; / 4t 7/24 You are hereby notified that a
; suit for Divorce has been filed /4
!. The Circuit Court Of Florida against you In the above named
f Eighth Judicial Circuit. IB And Co'rt and cause and
you are required -
I topqualityUSED
For Bradford County. In CkamcrryMyrtice ,, to serve a copy of your answer -
Yawn Plaintiff, vs. "'. or pleading to the complainton
up. Yawn Defendant. \' T'I I the Plaintiff's Attorney.
gj ; NOTICE TO APPEK T. Frank Landrum. Starke. I '
To: W. T. Yawn, whose Florida and file the original in the
is: Route 1. Vienna. Georgia. 'I office of the Clerk of the Circuit
You are hereby notified that a I Court on or before the 3 day of August / CAR!
suit for divorce has been filed 1953; ; otherwise, the allegations -
against you in the above named of said Complaint will betaken
Court and cause, and you are required as confessed by you.
to serve a copy of your an- This notice shall be publishedonce .
swer or pleading to the Complainton each week for four consecutive
the Plaintiffs Attorney. H. G. weeks In the Bradford County Tele

Bates. Citizens Bank Building. graph. TlielzoetesttvJaeon the used market
Yes shut her hot noisy bedroom Uamesvllle, Florida. and file the Dated this 1 day of July. !!I33. air a _
up original ITJ Circuit Court on or before -' (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby "Rocket" Engine Oldsmobile!And now...
the 10th day of August. 1953. Clerk of the Circuit Court
...buy her a room air conditioner... otherwise' the allegations of said By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. ; because the new 1933 "Rocket"

Complaint will be taken as confessed 7/3 4t 7/24
she'll sleep so well she'll never be by you. Oldimobile U so tremendously popular

This Notice shall be publishedonce lu Circuit NoTICE Court"APPEAR Bradford Couat7Floridai we've got a BIG selection waiting for
each week fr four consecuth'eweeks
tired or cross at you again. (And incidentally graph. in the Bradford County Tele- Dominick la Capozzoli.Ckaurcry.Plaintiff.. vs. you. Every car that wears the famous

that air-conditioned slumberwon't Dated this 3rd day of July, A.D.. Emma Capozzoli, Defendant.Case Xo. 9933 Oltlsmolile Safety-Tested Seal u an _______
Notice To Appear ." exceptional buy checked 1 five
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 4, .
be .
hard for to take either. To: Emma Capozzoli.: .
you : ) Clerk of the Circuit Court and addre.s is: whose 340 residence litbStr..et. ways for safety and dependability.
By Marian L. Clerk.
Here's the dope: crosby Deputy 7/10 4t 7/31:\ I I Your. Brooklyn are hereby New notiriea York. that a Engine tires brakes, steering, ign'uiw .

suit for Divorcehas all are gone over carefully thoroughly a
been filed
you in the
above named Court and cause and Yes you'll find lots of"RockeU"

AIR CONDITION you are required to serve a copy of here. but e're alto
I I I your answer 9r pleading t.1 tae vom1 featuring other

You cm insuU as air cooJiiioorr in ai ATTENTION. I, plaint T. on Frank the Plaintiff Landrum Attorney Starke, top makes and models on our Safety-
or room or oCce for about ihe price of 1 .
i I Florida Tested"Used Car
\ Lot.
good refrigerator..or if you prefer... : If You Have I and file the original In the Office Of Every one u

JIJ. i modern tihiuit fan"ill cool!)Out tour. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Lacked by our reputation for fair dealing.
boui for I or before the 17 day of August 1953;
< a few pennies a dij! I'
I TIMBER TO SELL otherwise the allegations of said Comein..anddrireabarga'tn. .
complaint will. be taken as confessedby
you. drive away In a Safety-Tested Used Car.
,.. .. ... CYPRESS This notice shall be publishedonce !'
,,' each week for toni consecutive -
y/ I Large or Small Tracts weeks graph. In the Bradford County Tele

I luted this 14 day of July. 1953. .Introducing 01.1.,.' ntw >.al... symbol el a tei-quoEry 4al la tJ cart.
,We Buy All (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles \. Darby
Figure it ttn m ar-DmJe mj I. i Clerk of the Cifcuit Court
t U t 30 I 1 By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
> >? JjiioJ by all
_ PAY TOP PRICES 1 7/17 4t S/7
be Job I do. YOH:% tec "b; I I J --.--
folks>> it FlorUa e.. more I IOTICE! OF IME\TIO\ OLDSMOBILE
ticticity! thai people ia _ I REGISTER FlCTITIOrs NAME YOUR DEALER
toll o&cr placei...k'i t&ttf I Notice is hereby given that the
Write Call :
or undersigned under the
...Ii'i 11e.h'S ..Ltn.. f i I I of Chapter 20,953 Laws of provisions Florida, SEE YOUR NEAREST

1&', lilt sage wij 10 COla _ I I Acts of 1941. will., register with the OLDSMOBILE DEALER --- _
HAPPIER ROWDAimGEUCfTUCAUY Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
B.T.THOMASLUMBER for Bradford County. State of Florida -
.- \ receipt of
I : upon proof of publication -
.. of this notice, the fictitious

... ; CO. I: name of The Clothes Line under TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
which we are engaged in business
PHONE 211-J on Temple Avenue. Starke. FU.
That the parties Interested In said .
P.O.Box.735 business are: Junius \I.

i.t' FLORIDA. POWER i LIGHT COMPANY I STARKE, FLA. ''I Starke.Virginia Fla.W. Smith. W. Madison smith and St PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA.

Dated this 3rd day of July \D t

,-- .- .- -- ... 195.-:; Starke. Bradford County. FU. COME IN FOR A DEMONSTRATION-MAKE A "DOUBLE-DATE" WITH A "ROCKET 8TPAGE -
1/% 4t 7/21 I.--

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Christian Church Church of God Almost Persuaded .

Bible School-9(5 a. m. MornIng G
Worship and Communion Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ::::::
Sermon: "The Final Hour". 11:00 Ing .Worship 11 a.m. Evening If Gospel Singer Waits for II Train :::::::::
Service 1:30 p.rn. YPE Service =
a. In. Christian Endeavor Hour- 1NOO
welcomes you to come see and Tuesday 1:30 p.m. Prayer lIeet. One Sunday in the early 1870's a lone man giving the fortune to charity On December 29. -.
study a colored film about the Lug 1:30 p.rn. Tll\trsday. stepped from a. train in a. small Eastern town.. 1876, he and his \\ife were riding a Chicago- :=::::=-
Lacey HIs name was Philip BUss. After twenty rears bound express through Ohio Near the town :-;::
Life of Christ at 7:00 m. Eve-
p. ot impoverishment and heart-breaking work of Ashtabula the train crashed through a tre90
ning message: "FareweU" 8:00 p. i Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- tie and burned. The :::
I he had risen to the front ranks ot America' composer and his wife perIshed
m. Serving gospel singers and hymn composers. with a hUndred other passengers. He ::::::: iTG '
Wed. Prayer Service and Bible Deeply religious, Bliss never missed an opportunity would have been 38. .
attend church. He also had t
to very
study of the 6th chapter of He-
practical reasons for his interest in sermons.It "Almost persuaded, now to believe \ ////III"-
brews. 8:00 p. m. St. Edward' Church was from the pulpit that he drew ideas for "Almost persuaded," Christ to receive, QuantitpRights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat. July 25
Donald G. Weldon Minister Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. most of his hymns. Dwight L .Moody had told Seems now Some soul to say
Weekday Mass :30 a.m. the story of a shipwreck and Bliss had written "Go, Spirit go Thy way, _
PLVIECoSTAL HULLNES3LUURCII Children's Class Saturday 11 "Let the Lower Lights Be Burning" He had Some more convenient day, .r
heard EvangeUt D. W Whittle tell ot a. battle On Thee I'i! call." 152 Oall Street
Sunday School 10 a.m. a.In. during the Civil War and he came up with his
I Morning Service 11 a.DL Keystone Heights hymn, "Hold the Fort" "Almost persuaded" come. come today;
Evening Service 1:30 (Women's C"lub) Waiting tor' his connecting train to Chicago "A1most persuaded" turn not away; : Starke, Florida ,
the composer slipped into a church -The Jesus invites you here
Prayer Meetings Wednesday Sunday Mass 8 a. m. preacher was reading from the Acts or the Angels are IIng'rlng near
night 1(5 p.. Saturday night Confessions before all 'Iasses. Apostles ". Then AgrfpP& said to Paul. Prayers rile from hearts 10 dear, "
Almost thou perauadest me to be a Christian. o wand'rer, come
I During his sermon the ReY''Brundage stated,
"to be almost saved is to be entirely lost," "Almost persuaded" harvest II past!
and Philip Bliss had the theme for one of hisgreatest "Almost persuaded doom comes at last! No2
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH hymns. "Almost" cannot avail; PEACHES S 19C
I A. music teacher with an income ot thirteen "Almost" I Is but to falll
dollars a month at 26. Philip Bliss was earning Sad, sad, that bitter wall,
Starke I a fortune from his hymn books at 36-and "Almolt," but lotto

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Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town 3No3O3 29C

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Phones Office 23-1 ;Pastorium 130 1Igstbat.4

I I' I I' I I' I' Blrm1n.ham A1&ba.m1o
by mllltraW4 ru&lUeio
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.
Methodist Church Church of Christ Presbyterian Church
t Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Pint
Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell pas- Corner 10th and IClabuD Sunday, July 26-Sunday School MAYONNAISE I S 23C
t Midweek Service Wednesday 730: P.M. tor of the First Methodist Church, Preachlng-ll A. M. and 7:3l 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a.
will preach Sunday morning at P. ).t. m.. thA pastor will preach on 'The
11 o'clock on the subject, "Chris-I I Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Message of Malachi". ..
tian Maturity". Church School begins each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. The Women of the Church win OLD GLORY
Your Friends 'Vill Tell You It's at 9:45 a. D1. I Bible School-l0 A.,M. meet Tuesday, 8 p. m.,with Mrs
Sunday evening the public is E. M. Davis presiding. No 303

; THRilliNG TO HEAR Invited to join in the singing of TUERESSAnOPE Wednesday 7:30 p. m., regular PORK & BEANS 3 2SC
favorite gospel hymns at 8 p. m. BAPTIST CIIURCH prayer services will be held with
with George T. Huggins leading.I Sunday School 10 a. m.: Preaching Bible study in Leviticus 6-10.
- BIBLE Prophecies Explained! The pastor's topic will be ''The I Service 11 a. ro.; Training Choir practice following prayer I I
100th Psalm", Union 7 p. m.: Evening' Service service. ASTOR Vacuum PackedCOrcEE
Thurs. July 23 -The Kiss of Judas Today! Bring your Bibles to the mid-: 8,p. m. The congregation is reminded

. Fri. July 21- How Much Do We Owe God? week Prayer Meeting Wednesdays "A church earnestly contending that the church picnic will be held Lb Can
Sun. July 26The Real "Antichrist" at 730 p. m., to .share in the for the Faith which was once de- Thursday afternoon, July 30. F 79CSTOKELY'S
I study of the Gospel of St. John. livered unto the Saints.Jude Those desiring to swim win meet
. To s. July 28. Unlocking Truth's Mightiest Secret 3. A welcome awaits you. at the church at 4 p. m. Others ""
SE\'E "TII DAY -Merle Packman, pastor. who want transportation are asked
ADVENTIST CHURCH to contact W. T. Jackson trans-

The Services each Sabbath in old WOODL.\WN' MISSIONARY portation chairman, or call the
I Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab-I BAPTIST CHURCII minister at 116-W. Each family
i 'TRUTH FORo TODAY' TENT bath School 2 p.m. Preaching LAWrEY. FLI \. is asked to bring a picnic lunch Finest SWIFT Famous

each se'ond and fourth Sabbaths I I 10 a.m.'Sunday School, 11 a.m. and these will be spread together

I I 10th & ALNUT STARKE Bible 3 p.m.Study Elder each Mostert Thursday, pastor.8 p.m.II I preaching.service, 7 6:15 o'clock BTU song, 65:services prayer -, Supper on Hoke tables Harris will in home be the served back, Kingsley yard at 7 of Lake.p.the m.I ORANGE JUICE JEWEL E L OIL I,L

Everyone welcome. 1:30 evening services.
I with cold drinks furnished bv.. the I
church. 46-ozCan Quart
I 2SC 49C

d At The Tabernacle

t- ______ ,I-- r The Friday meeting at the Tab:

ernacle, presenting the Toccoa
'. q n1r Falls Institute Quartette and
speaker, Dr. Hendon Brown DUBUQUE 4 to '6 lb. Sugar-Cured Smoked
brought visitors from Keystone

I points.Heights The Gainesville beautiful songs and by other the While They La.st Lb
7: young men, the solos by different
& 5'N S ones, and testimonies by aU, together -
S 6 g I I with the spiritual dis-
course by Dr. Brown brought
i enthusiastic comments during: the
Western Corn-Fed Center Cut
fellowship hour following the pro-

, gram.The service Sunday morning Lb
conducted by the Sponsor, dealt
with a very important character I
in the Old Testament, Nehemiah,! -
: ,who was much concerned about
:the spiritual safety of' his people I
I ,because 0" their Sabbath desecra-

: THE COMPLETELY NEW Ford Truck Driver 2ed Cabs-both standard and deluxe (shown-give) you r a &+w I'I .:t'ion-and rout it. who(Nehemiah did SOItEl'l:1 13.; ) ng'I j u. S. "CHOICE" Shoulder Western Corn-Fed Loin

t. curved, one-piece windshield new, wide seat 2 ways adjustable ',' exclusive counter-shock SiCt n..orl A very fine portrait of Pvt.I
Leonard 1\1. Noegei, Fort Bel-
voir, Va.. was rC"C.ivr1i ljtht I LAMB ROAST PORK ROAST
: prior to the service, and a vio-
New 3-D lin solo beautifully played by

visibility in trucks \V.'tr.Geonard B. McKinney seemed and to dedicated b.in,5' Square Cut! Rib End!

him into the, service.

Lb Lb
St. 39C 49CU.
New Ford Trucks Episcopal
give you more glass Rev. .Raymond Eo latBlahl

area th n any of the other 5 leading makes Schedule SUNDAYS of Services !:

,- 9:45: a.m.. Church School 11''
:' I.m., Sermon
Morning Prayer & ;
Inside the exclusive Ford DrWtrized Cabs you ,. 6:30 p.m.. Young People's Serv- S. No. l Cobbler
Instantly discover a whole new standard of visibility ice League.
in trucks! You're surrounded by two thousand one a HOLY COMMUNION Lbs

hundred three square inches of,glass. ',-'. 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- POTATOES S 10 29C

I You lee more road more horizon than you've ever fl day 7:30 a.m
seen before from a truck'cab! A great expanse of glass __ FRIDAY

,curves before you sweeps back on both sides of you 7:30 p.m Litany 8 Meditation ACE HIGH Quick-Frozen Concentrated
seems to open on the full width of the world behind you g p.m.. Choir Rehearsal.GRAIIA31 .
_._you're experiencing a special kind of"3-D'visibility ,
that only new Ford Trucks-out of the 6 leading makes -- f BAPTIST CHURCH ORANGE E J JUICE E 1 0 Cans 99C

'. -oft'er you in 1953! .: ..5awrs__ s-- f R Vacation Bible School is now II'

The roominess: the conveniences the comfort of the progress at' the Graham Baptist
DeW Ford Driveriz d Cabs cannot be put into words Church with about 50 young people -
enrolled. Commencement :
effectively. The real meaning or these most-wanted
ercises will be held tonight (Friday SUPERBRAND
qualities comes to you through the perMnal experience
) at 8 o'clock. Mrs. N. Levine
of getting into the Cab of driving in it, of feeling it for .- s .
:;:... is Principal of the school, and her Ih-Gal
You will find
yourself it
a rewarding adventure.
husband, Rev. Leme.ill be the 69C
NlWI LOWtST PRICED in its performance clasaj -
evangelist In a revival beginning i
) the Ford F-900 BIe JOB.27,000 u.G.V.W in truck service
65.000 lbe. G.C.W. in tractor aerm. Powered with DeW Monday night at 7:30 o'clock.
Low-FaicTION overhead-valve The church welcomes all to attend
i/Jetf1. 155-h.p. Cargo King V"!
See these senices.


Services old Masonic
each 6undar in -
.. Hall on B. Call St. Sunday

riLV.vp. .... ,,. ,,- SAVE TIME SAVE MONEY LAST. LONGER School ice 6:30 10 p.a.m.m.Everyone, Sacrament welcome Serv- BUTTER 0 LEO

Recent Births Lb 69C Lb 19C

TIndrirwsi Motor Co. The following births have been

announced at Doctors Clinic Hos-
ok aM foIT'J K C\ Lr> IU ut

!J':. Hampton, a girl, Susan Gale on I. -'. -. .
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" FRmAY, JULY *H. 1953

Collnty'SBudgt.llo1dsTax: Headquarters Company Wins Trophy. : McMillan To Reopen modelled and the north side of

:. CsfW Survey Office Here it will be occupied by A. J. Thomas -

Sr., who is opening a real

,.r (Continued General from Fund page one) ,, For Attendance At Drill And CampHq. Merrill that G. he McMillan will 'reopen has announced his- Jr.estate will office have here.his law Mr.office Thomas on,

the south side.
Estimated Expenses Last Year This Year survey office in Starke early in

Salaries County Commissioners 3,000.00 6,000.00 Co., 2nd Bn.. 124th Inf. contender and had we been full August. He will occupy the spacein Mr. McMillan closed out his

Clerk Board of County Comm: ''... 1spo.00 won the regimental trophy for strength I think we might have the Perryman building on S. survey office here a year or so
Salary 1,800.00
,.:--1-,' highest armory drill and camp attendance had a chance," commented Capt.H. Court St. where A. J. Thomas,' ago to accept employment on the,

; Supervisor: Registration 1,200.00 900.00 during maneuvers at Et. B. Ingram, company ,commander. Jr. now has his law office. duPont Company's hydrogen bomb

Attorney. to Board ., *#,. 25.00 25.00 McClellan. Attendance of the ,, "We need the other few Mr. Thomas will move aroundthe plant project near Aiken, S. C
Sheriffs Attendance Per Diem. (Board) :'&} 60.00 men He
first has submitted his
of tie month into his resignationto
'. "' 'r company at armory drills has that we have vacancies for to win
Secretary Cir, Court Judges 561.82 averaged 95 per cent during the this one. new office located in the. building I the duPont Company effective

Sal of State Attorneys f 347.60 and was 100 cent on Temple Avenue formerly occupied July 31. He will reopen his office
past year, per The unit returned to Starke :
Administrative Fees! Clerk Cir Court 650.00 by here as soon as
\ at camp. For the past two years by the Vaughn's Whatnot possible after
train home
Commission & Fees Co. 'Tax 'Assessor &500.00 5,500.00 the handsome trophy went to arriving early Sunday Store. The building has been reFOP. -' that date.
morning. It will continue to drill avv
'" Commission & Fees Co. Tax Collector'* ( t,500:00: 5,500.00. Tank Company, 124th Inf., Lake R. .
each Monday night as has been

Maintenance & Repairs County !ourt" City.The the practice in the past. ., m1 Mf 1'm' lI(
House & Annex ( 2500.00 2,50000 124th Inf. Regt. was desig- (@ I

Salary Janitor 2000.00 2,038.38 nated as the Division color regi- The other company from this & .
area Co. B, 748th Ordnance -- -- -
Court House & Annex' Utilities Expenses .....:.. .2400.00 71500J ment; the 2nd Bn. was designatedto based at I SALE-Two bedroom frame JUICYSWEET VALENCIA
Blanding carried
J Court House & Annex Fuel Expenses x 650.00 furnish the color guard and out I house, complete with hot water, ORANGES for sale $2 ha. at far.,
its assignment at which heater and bath Alton ltd.. (Not .
on Sundays ,
camp was I :) tang tjniainu!
Expense of Election 1. 00.00 1,600.00Legal the Starke unit was picked to k Terms. See Frank Thomas, on'' C. W Jenkins near A. *'. L. depi...
to 'em in
rolling" the
Advertising & Expenses 300.00 300,00 supply the men (see picture page "keep 48th I premises 8tp g/14' Johnson, Fla. (1'utnam"unt) )
Division. The of this
men unit
.' Administrative Supplies & Expenses 3.i21.26 3000.00 one). kr FOR RE Unfurnished house. Inquire jtp
Insurance ,: --'r."e: 1000.00 1,200.00 "We failed to win the efficiencycup arrived back in Blanding by motor I at Bus Station. tf FOR SALE-Small farm close i.

: this but we were a closefaking convoy Sunday afternoon. Reasonable. Good house with
Insanity Inquiries 2Dp.OO 200.00 year BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE one I I crop and mule. Write Rt. J, Box
Blanding Highway, I I it*. .
north side between Stark
3,600.00 3,000.00 S rVw :tp 7. *4
Welfare Department Appropriation h( >4J ;Sj the two cement bridges 1

General Welfare 600.00 $ mi. from Call St. bridge. Writeto FOR S\LE-In acres, 2 houses,
Mrs. Lucina M. Wynn Bessent pulpwood and saw timber
:Tuberculosis Patients State Sanator : ..' r 2.000.po 2.ooo.0Q .v Road. Rt. 1, Box 2-C, Starke. Fla. and pine. One-half mi. frontage cypress on
4,452.4 4,659.41 4 tf chg load 100, 10 mi.
_ Hospital Expenses for Indigents \ major part of the fire power of liq. Co., 2nd Bn, 124th Inf., R. J. Turner, Sr.west. Lake of Starke Butler,

> Salary & Expenses Co. Servo Officer '. 2,226.25 2329.74 atYA JK" is provided by its 50-calibre machine gun which ran be used LET J. D. ODOR JR. *'la- Up 7.St
County Agent's Salary & Expenses 3600.00 3,000.60 against both air an: ground targets. Checking the gun prior to fir-I CATTLE AND HOGS FOR RENT-Cottage on Kingstey
: Demst. Agent's Sal. & Expenses .tl1.980.00 1,9&0.00 SALESLite Lake,
Home 'r., ing exercises at Ft. Meridian are ((1 to r): M-Sgt. Robert Drake, Sgt., Oak Earh' Wed.eodayGala..allle tric kitchen completely furnished t'le-
300.00 300.00z 5.
\ : Demonst. & Illust. Material Kuril" Friday reasonable
i 1-c O. P. Hutto, Supply Sergeant; and Pfc. Billy Dodd, a member of rent by the week. Mrs. E. J.
4-H Club Camp (Girls) 75.00 75.00 .3"r POM ling. Sr., 5S7 'w. Call St,
the Intelligence and Reconnaissance Platoon. RADIOS
phone 113-J
15.00 or see Mrs W E.
; 4-H ClubCamp (Boys) 15.po Hake All Model. I o\v1lng at Ktng"l.v ,,,,,,. n,'1. .
:,4 Forest Farmer Cliap. 20,899, Laws of Fla. 1,256.00 Reasonable charier g.uaateedCHAS. i
Appropriation 300.00 A J C. SHEPHERD EARTH WORMS FOR S.LEA.. E.
Library ;
) 703 W. Call St. Starke Ph. 239 fcurrency.. Thompson! M., between
t '. Publicity & Puttie Improvement 1050.00, 1000.00 Washington and 10th. Also at

r Ct. Hse. & Annex Cap. Exp. (Furn. etc.) 1,25000. 1.250,00 WANTED-Graduate nurse ot West End Grocery_lot 9.'4

Equipment for Assessor & Collector offices 2206.00 't tk4 licensed practical for general I :SPOTTED MARKED SHOLT been at
duty. Doctor's Clinic Hospital my place for 2 months.
Equipment for Cir. Court Judges Office 100.00 a' :SOl W. Call St., Starke Fla. tf I I may have by identif>'ing, paying Owner

Reserve. for Contingencies 3 3.67 454.85 FOR SALE '&" x 8" x 16Con- I Uuard Lawtey aid ad. E.: C. Johns, Kt i.

crete Block 18c each. Plenty of ltp

Mortar Mix and Cement. Bradford FOR SALE 22 acres :31 .. ,
58,188.67 58.793.86 = Id pecan tre s
.. 4; Engineering Company. Phone Hot & : 94. tf I running water, lights. i
Fine & Forfeiture I room house, J-J mile from City
t :.SYD S ; Limits off New Blanding
ERtlmated Last Year This Year FOR S\LE-One herd good graded Road
Ret'tlpb' I t w h'Y rabbits. Across the street from Loot, duiet, ideal for modern
Taxes: 2.25 Mills on assessed Valuationof nYM Bradford Furniture Co. on U. S. Trailer Court. $3.000 down, balance
301. 2tp 7/24-1 monthly P. il. Cuis.m. b.-x
of 4452492.00 10018.11 1.6. Starke. Fla. Up

Taxes: 3.8 Mills on assessed Valuation ... .. FOR SALE-Thoroughbred liver FOR SALE 1
a', 'ISO pided pointer pups. Across from bedroom
of 4659475.07 17,706.01 ya.a Pradford Furniture Co. I". S. SOI.Itp suite, springs and mattress! 1
Taylor Tot Mroiler. 1
Deteto '
pair > -
Confiscated Automotive Equipment 50000Fines Baby\ Scales. :Oil W Madison

and Forfeitures 20.00000 22.00000 I s P. .XM S FOR SALE-25 Red Broilers J12.50 St. ltp
F nek
'A1' for the lot. E. H. Prescott, Lake
Other Revenue Receipts .. Q}'f 100,00 JOO.OO. FOR RENT-Unfurnished House
: Butler highway, 1 1-2 miles weal
of Starke. Itp: with four large rooms and bath
screened porch. Contact Ed Pre-
Total Estimated Receipts 30118.11 .40306.01 vatfs Garage. 2tchg 7.'31
FOR S.\LF.-IO acres of land and
Less 5 Per Cent ? .. *, ?..*. ,__ 1505.91 2,015.30 house (unfinished) between Starke WANTED-Young man age 21-35,
% and awtey. Price 1500. WriteE. married for established\ insurance
4. yc tJ }I. Anderson, Sta. A, DaYtona debit.\ Liberal retirement and
95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 23,612.20 38290.71 Beach Fla., or call phone No group insurance program. Career
Balances. to be brought forward: Cash 8,000.00 1200.00 } repairs to an automatic 50 calibre air-cooled machine gun 3-3278. Holly hill Fla. 4tp 8/14 men only need apply Write Box

w i. .c zrs.K at Ft. McClellan are five men of Co. B. From left: Warrant Officerjg 4J1. Pqlatka for interviow -!h) 7t
13 '"t s< FOR LE-Two acres with houseor
: 36,612.20 39490.71 ( ) Maurice Wingate, Section Leader; Cpl. Floyd Gnann Small Arras will sell lots. One mile from HELP WANTED!
Starke on New Elanding Road. MAN OR WOMAN
Fine & Forfeiture Repairman; Sgt. 1-c W. C. Rhoden, Section Chief; Sgt. Daniel K, Sl.'elarJ ie Holder. Ho Watkinsiatlonally to Advertised distribute

Weeks, Artillery Mechanic; and Sgt. R. Mundorff, Artillery Mechanic wantl.'d.1) Products to established customers ,
Estimated Expenses: Last Year This Year WHITE WOMEN applicants in Starke. Full or part time.
Gnann is from' Middleburg. all others from Starke. Apply at Bradford Furniture Corp.LNFCRNiSHED !
Salaries Circuit Court Judges (24064)) 450.00 417.12Sal1'1 Earnings unlimited. Xo car or l ,
Three members of the 748th Ordnance Bn.'s Co. B, with headquarters tf other investment necessary. I
Juvenile Judge'j.i. ', .li.", 300.00 300.00 Write )Ir. C. K Ruble Dept. t-.,
; ,... of $4,452,492.00Taxes 6,678.74 ,
County Prosecuting AtlorneyJailor 600.00' 300.00 at Camp Blanding, are pictured above performing a motor overhaul APARTMENT for The J. R. Watkins Co., Memphis,
1.5 Mills 6,989.21 rent, 4 rooms neparite bath Tenn.
: while at Ft. McClellan. From left prh'1 lip
County Jail ; 1,460.00 1580.00 job en maneuvers : Sgt. 1-c ate entrance, utilities. U .. ,
Juvenile Counselor 1,000.00 1000.00 Racing Commission Funds 1,000.00 800.00 Avery Baxley, Auto Section Chief, Middleburg; Sgt. Otto F. Siemrr,,I, Washington St.. Scott ItchgI LAWN MOWER FOR SALE food
Salary I working condition
t $5 Can be
: tttn
Impounding Appropriation :; .", 1,200.00 % Jr., Auto Mechanic and Sgt. Elmer Thornton, Wheel Vehicle Mechanic FOR SALE-TVdir Chest. sir' ul after 4:30: p.m. Mrs. R Cady.
; i Total Estimated Receipts 6,660.17 7,789.21 in. Inn?. $27.50 each. One 40-ln. Kinsley Lake. Rt. I, Box %85. Itp
Court'' 1,000.00Feel both of Starke. Men of Co. B perform all major repairs to theI
,. Fees & Coats Clerk Circuit ,: long cedar chest $35. I remodel all
& Cpsts, County Judge : '* = ,800.00 5,000.00Fees Less 5 Per Cent 333.01 389.47 I Division's arms and vehicles. t kinds of old furniture. Otis I FOR RENT CABINS, 2 rooms and
Adams, :Sr.; Rt. 1. Collev Rnsnt. bath furnished and unfurnished.
& Costs Sheriff t 1 ,OOO.OO 13,500.00Bailiffs I I Starke, Fla. 2tp 7/31' Gas electric, and hot water heat
200.00 500.00 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 6327.16 7,399.74 : er. Pinehurst Court
&: Deputies ,J Gumber Buys Out on Keystone
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash 1,770.52 440.00 FOR SALE-Used Mayt"r: WaSnin Highway. Starke: 4tchg 8/14
Sheriffs Commissions on Fines Colle. fooo.oo 1000.00 w. C. T. 'U.I
Arthur Ball StationJoe ? machine cheap Gay's Home"Applian'e
Conviction Fees, Co. Prosec. Atty. 1500.00 Itchg!, W.\XTED-Farm or high dry acre-
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 7650.00 7839.74 age. Describe fully: land buildIngs '

Witness Fees 1,000.00 1,000.00 Interest & Sinking Cumber recently purchasedthe THE DRINKING DRIVER IS FOR S.-\LF.-Trnnl"'r; hoard, one I price. location. Private. Cash.
Write Box Starke Fla.
823-H ,
Jurors Pay Roll'. 5. : 600.00 500.00 Arthur Ball service station I A GREATER MENACE THAN shurf rod and reel 1 regular size, 2tp 7/J1
Estimate Expenses Last Year This Year clock table ml radio small
Other Court Costa & Fees 3000.00 1000.00 north of Starke oa U. S. 301 and 'THE DRUNKEN DRIVER. porch table, 3 large cones of I i

Malnt & Repairs County Jail 300.00 500.00 Outstanding Cert. of Paymt. Maturit. 7,650.00 7,758.91 is operating a welding and ma- 'I (NATIONAL VOICE.) thread, 8 spools of ribbon. Phone I.oST-Black ladies billfold. Reward -
Reserve for Contingencies 80.83 148-W or see at Christian Parsonage I If returned to Lucille Me-
Utilities Expense County Jail 475.00 chine shop in connection with the J Rev. Weldon. Hep 1 Rae at Van H. Priest Co. Up

Fuel Expense County Jail 800.00 business.Joe .

Coroner's Inquests 300.00 200.00 7,650.00 7,839.74 and his wife came to Starkea . -- .., .- .' .

Feeding t Care c* Prisoners 5000.00: 4,800.00 Amount Payable by Tax Collector to State little more than a year ago with I '

Law Administration Supplies & Expenses 300.00 Treasurer for Health DepartmentTax the intention of retiring. But Joe ,

Purchase of Two-Way Radio,Eq. Sheriff 2200.00 1,362.00Mainten. Levy fcr Health Unit under Sec. 154.02 says he found loafing too much of : SAT. MON.ONLY

of Two-Way Eq., Sheriff 750.00 Florida Statutes 1,15 Mills assessed. 5,000.00 5.090.47 a job so he went to work as a I II ,

Reserve for Contingencies 752.00 506.59 I welder with a local garage. I \

The budget will come up for final adoption at the Board's meetingon

Monday, August 3. at which time all persons desiring to are in- HOMECOMINGHomecoming

36,612.2,0,39,490.71 vited to appear before the Commissioners for discussion of the various WASH
Road & Bridge Maintenance at Air Park Church .. C
items. i
Estimate of Revenues and Receipts Last Year This Year I Sunday.. July 26 at 11 a.ir. Din- -

Taxes: 3.5 Mills on assessed valuationof ner at 12:30.: After dinner the
4452492.00 16,583.72 Keystone Civic Clubs Hercules Survey Bradford County Singing Convention -i
of the serv-
will have charge

Taxes: 5.5 Mills 26,791.95 To Play SoftballThe Crew Establishes ices. Everyone welcome.L. I I"

Gasoline Tax ::.... 22000.00 23000.00
G. Hemmingway, Pastor CLOTHS
Racing Moneys 27,00000 o0 7000.00 umpire will sound the traditional 10-Year Safety Mark

Other Revenue Receipts 250.00 300.00 Wednes- : I S
"Batter Up on An Award of Merit for 10 yearsof IB The Circuit Coart Of Bradford4'oaaty
Florida. I. Chancery.Alexander .
day, August 5, when the Key- accident-free
operation ha
Total Estimated Receipts 65,833.72 57,091.95 Bi!!>hoff. Plaintiff, vs.
stone Heights Rotary Club meet been made to Hercules Powdercompany's Fannie Cishoff, Defendant.
Less 5 Per Cent' i :: "*,: 3,291.69 2854.59 Case! No. 9943
the Keystone Lions in a "battleto Survey Crew basedat Order Of Publicationmd :Notice
Starke. The safety record I To A pear State of Florida To Full Size
95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 62542.03 54,237.36 the finish" softball game. achieved by the crew II I Fannie Bis-buff. hoe residence ,

Balances to be Brought; Forward: Cash 3.ooo.0112.500.00! Rumors have it that the Lions 414,000 hours work without represents an and Ave.address. Rockrille is: 500 ,West Maryland.You Montgomery In Bright Colors

s haa slight advantage in the: Industrial injury. are required; to appear on A 6 Limit
; the above named
August 24 U>; in
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 65542.03 66737.36 forthcoming contest and will be In a letter to J. M. Vickers Court and cause, wherein >)la'ntff:

'Road .t Bridge Maintenance gunning for a decisive victory. I survey department supervisor at seeks graph!divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order Tel in ALL LADIES AND CHILDREN'SSummer '

Estimate expenses Last Year ThN Year Lions President Roy Browninggot Starke Paul Mayfield, general next four weekly issues.

Salary County Road Superintendent of Hercules' Witness my hand and official: .
3164.10 his organization together for manager Naval seal at Starke, Florida, this July
.Salaries Road 1.hlnt. Crew 21,400.00 25324.00 Stores Department stated: 12, 1J52.OFFICIAL.
last _
the first, practice session .
SEAL) Charles A DarbyAs
Maintenance & Repair Co. Rd. Bldgs. "This is the first (
: 1rl: : 300.00 time in com- Clerk of said Court.
afternoon at the city park. -
Repairs & Upkeep Rd. Main. Equipt 9,000.00! 5000.00 Sunday pany history that any ,unit has By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Sportswear
Rent of I Lindsay Walker Rotary president Charles R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
Equipment I completed 10 without
-- : an
Jacksonville, Florida i
states that "We're not going to ,. Building:,
Gasoline, Fuel l Oil & Lubricants 3.500.00 3.50000 industrial injury. While the number Attys.. ror fir. if.a tL 3114NuTICF

Other Road Supplies 1,500.00 I practice so we can be sure that I of-men working in the
r 00.00
Reduced To
all our players will be. physically
Insurance 1.500.00 1,200.00 I crew is small, there are survey'\\
able to go on the day of the I TOPPE.'II
Timber & Other Materials Br I. Culv.'c' portunities for injury in ,
,; 12.000.00 8000.00 la Cirralt Court Bradford Coumtj
Purchase of Rt. Wy, Prop. Roads' Y r 2,000.00 1.000.00 game. I woods and swamps of Florida. Florida i la Cfcrnaeery.

Expenses Procuring Rt. Wy. ;"f' 50000. The game is free' and open tc Working in small groups and in I Dominick Emma Capozzoli.Capozzoli.Defendant Plaintiff, vs. Below Wholesale CostStock
Construction of Drainage Well the public. The Lions plan to widely scattered locations each I Case No. 99J8

2500.00 ,2J500.00 have a cheering section and all man must look after his own welfare Notice' To Appeal
Purchase of New Equipment 8000.00 10000.00 to: Emma uapozzoli. whose resi-
the trimmings, while the Rotarians and that of the other members dence and address is: :34i l tbStrl.'et.
Road Tax Due & Payable to Municipal 4,000.00 4,025.00Reserve will probably come through Brooklyn New York.
the ,
of crew
for Contingencies I Yuur are hrrenr notltlea that I And Save
142.03 1.224.25 with some surprises before the extended his suit for Divorce Up .
Mr. Mayfield .
',' finish. ... has been filed against you in the ,, ..r. ....< .'
to Mr. Vickers and
j above named Court and cause ana
65.5-t2p3) 66737.35 to all of the survey crew "for..this| you are required to serve a copy of ,

**tlmat Receipt Interest &: Sinking I Marine ReservistsTo wonderful record. I have every' your plaint answer on the or pleading Plaintiff> Attorney the com Just A Tiny Example .

LaSt Year This YearTaxes confidence that they will continue I T. Frank Landrum, Starke,
: 1.5 Mills on assessed valuation .' Make ManeuversThree Florida
to work safely throughout the I! and file the original In the office of $7 Ladies !

young residents of Starke coming year." the Clerk of the Circuit Court on MIDRIFFS 59C
or before the 17 day of August. 1S53:
will fly to the Marine Air Stationat otherwise the allegations of said,

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Cherry Point N.'C. next month P. O. To Close Doors complaint by you. will be taken as confessed I

for a 15-day training period with This notice shall be published!
At 9:15 NightlyEffective once each week for foul consecutive]
the Marine Air Reserve.
weeks in the Bradford County IVle-''; 49c Children's
Pfc Alfred E. Glisson Pfc H. D. graph. 'I SUN SUITS 29C
Stern and Pfc Thomas L. Smith July 24 until further Dated this 14 day of July. U:i. {
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles, Darby'
are members of Marine Air Re- notice the. lobby of the Post Office Clerk of the1 Circuit Court Reduced to

serve Squadron. VMF-144 at the will be closed nightly at 9:15 By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk '

Jacksonville Naval Air Station.instead of the usual 10 o'clock 7/11 4t 8/7 And Many, Many More Bargains !

and will receive on the job train closing hour Facilities for depositing I
Sz1Sales ing in specialized occupational out-going mail are provided REGISTER FICTITIOUS SAME I
I fields of Notice is hereby given that the I
their own choosing.The by the use of the large

three Starke Reservists storage box located in front of of undersigned Chapter ,20.951 under Laws the provisions, !\ We Exchange We Refund We Satisfy

participated in a 30-day basic the Post Office main entrance. Acts of 1)41. will register with the I
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
training period and the 15-day an- for Bradford County State of Florl-J

nual maneuvers' at the Jackson- Alvarez Wins da upon receipt of proof of publication -\ I
15-4 of this notice the fictitious BOTTOM
ville NAS last Once I
summer. a name of The Clothes Line under

month they attend weekend drills I The Alvarez softball team played which we .are engaged in business
with VMF-144. on Temple Avenue Starke. Fla. I 1
"" "" St. Marys Kraft Corp. in Jacksonville That the parties interested In said 1
For the maneuvers the young business are: Junius M. Smith: and

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida men will receive pay, lodging and last Saturday night and Starke.Virginia Fla.W. Smith' W. Madison St.. 1 147 W. CALL ST. STARKE FLA. 1.

medical care plus valuable train- won 154. Bill Epps pitched for Dated this 3rd day of July A.D. f

ing. Alvarez. 195;:. Starke, Bradford County, Fla. . !
7/J 4t 7/24 ..
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