Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03231
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03231
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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y44aj bright spot will loom on E. (Billy) Dowling, one-tima

the horizon for the Board of Starke automobile dealer, sentenced -
f (/I/f/t \\ County Commissioners as it meets to six months for contempt of

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f. next Monday to formally adopt a court last January, was granted a

bs6RowN budget for the year 1953-54: commutation of sentence by the

ct e An additional $2,000 or so may (State Board of Pardons on June
; Ron /#/,sIJw"lI come, into the tax coffers due to a I _
raise in the valuation of railroad newest development in the

; / properties in this county. : lengthy litigation following the

r 'tM kIiiniiii The raise in ,railroad assessments 4 closing of Dowling's business by

J = ,_ Mrflcp1c was recently ordered by a the U. S. Marshall in March. 1952

.> X.r.J17 Fairy state board headed by ComptrollerC. was disclosed when he was hospitalized -

f 4ir/ M. Gay who stood pat in spite in Jacksonville Saturday

I. OrarJrrlE P..p vigorous protests from railroad following an automobile accidentin
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companies affected. that city.Dowling .

.. F/r'Jt'l ; According to figures received by was released from the
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'I Tax Assessor Gene Long this week -Polaroid 1-1-Minet Photo by the Telegraph- county. jail here. under. an order of

from the comptrollers office, temporary release issued last April
; o' ( If 1A Bradford County stands to benefit Pictured above discussing plans for tine new FFA and BradfordSoil 22 by Circuit Judge John A. H.

; tier fte from a net 'gain of some $135- Conservation District nursery plot are (left to right) V. R. Ferguson Murphree who had previously

\ .. tJse 906.00 from the revised assess Senior FFA Advisor and member of the SCS Board of Super- sentenced Dowling on the contempt

ments of the various companies.The visors; Paul Hutchins. new vocational agriculture instructor at BHS; charge.The .

o'N Seaboard's assessment in and Bill Hass Soil Conservationist.The release was granted on the

''this county was raised from county nursery is planned so that folks in this area will be recommendation of two local physicians
If. $753,939.00 to $S96.768.X net in order that Dowling might
Y. r- able to see the different types of new grasses and legumes, as
t : ; gain of 14382900. well as be able to get small amounts of planting materials to establish II receive medical treatment for a
to'P Ott
; condition
The Western U.nion Co.'s assessment described as spinal arth-
.- their own nursery plots from which they can make larger 'plantings.The ritis. The order. stated that
: > here was lowered from upon
; f will also the FFA an to take
22900.00 to 515,164.00.-due apparently nursery give boys opportunity partin being released from the hospital

to the placing of the, office and see the results of different types of pasture management Dowling would be required to

::4t on an agency rather than a practices and experiments.Mr. serve the remaining portion of his
company-operated unit. Hutchins, who will assist Mr Ferguson in the agricultural department -I sentence-about three months.
r The Pullman Company's assess- at BHS graduated from the ag college at the University of Judge :Murphree stated Wednes-

\ ment showed a minute decline Florida last June. His home, is in Deland and he served three yearsin day that he had not been notifiedof

from 10449.00 to $10.433.00 while the commutation of Dowling's
the Marine Corps before entering ag school. '
I also sentence. Neither had Sheriff P.
the Fruit Growers
I Rapid growth of. the vocational agriculture class at BHS neces-
dronped a Jittle from $6,017.00 to D. Reddish or State's Attorney T.
.4 $ sitated employing as assistant for Mr. Ferguson. The canning plant.E, Duncan. The action of the
building at BHS is being converted into a classroom to supplement the Board of Pardons in
; day wq.7 new valuation for the
I .; .r SIl.l1t G.S. & F. Railroad has not yet space in the present ag building. sentence without notifying the

y t ? \,, ; been announced. I three offices concerned was described -
:I r::_; q1 '. ti "., "r'.1 t. Clerk of the Court Chas. A. as "unusual."
Two New Doctors Will
." Darby said that he was advisedby Open The sentence of contempt was

\ '''. W 4. the Comptroller's office not to imposed on'the erstwhile auto
1. .' % alter the 1953-54 budget as already I dealer when he violated a court
11 A. Barrie ofj Dr. T G. Ritch
r4 'rff1- J. a graduate will open offices order
+ him from
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Tulane Medical School'in here
University Monday morning for the I his
be further litiga- own use a Federal income
that might 1949 will in Starke for the
be general practice of medicine and tax refund
the assessments.Since check In the amount
A tion concerning general practice of medicine and surgery. He. will be located in the o' $1,234.28.
r. rirr't the amount involved }vas Judge Murphree had
surgery beginning Saturday Aug. medical building on S. ThompsonSt.
previously decreed that the refund
small, it was not
arr ay Rfrl4 s Oatt w Tftiw; td ?;;t: ..44,01W4rtrf- comparatively wise to alter millages that 1. He will be located in the offices where Dr. W. E. Middleton should be applied to help satisfyan
,mllK te of Dr. H. H. Adams who is,chad his office for many years. $18,371.50

of : have already been fixed for thenew leaving' Starke today for Ft. Sam!! Dr. Ritch is well known here Dowling in favor judgment of the against Florida

v year. i Houston, Texas and two years .being the son of Mrs. Carrie Bank at Starke.
consideration of the new
-4 Final will be undertaken by the service as a Captain in the Medi-I'I Ritch and the late N. T. Ritch, The bank obtained the judgmentin
budget cal I and of Mr. and Mrs. T.
Corps. a nephew April 1952 that it
' Announce For ,City Offices .tyew Registrations Are Slow Commissioners Monday.Claude Dr. Barrie is originally from J. Griffin of Starke. He graduated paid Dowling $17,802.50 on certain
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"* 'Through WednesdayY 31 Candidates who have qualified and/or announced their intention I in many"wa.s from being credited Johns, Jr. Tulane he interned at Charity Hos-( his medical degree from March 1952 that Dowling endorsed

''voters in the new: area proposed of running in the regular City Election on Tuesday, Sept. 8, with a population of close tc Speaks At RotaryClaude pital in New Orleans and had ayear's 'i Emory University in 1946. the checks and drafts but failed

"to be taken' Into the City of Starke are to date: 5,000, rather than the present less residency at Monroe General -I After completing medical school to reimburse the bank'when tha

had reflstered for the special than 3,000. They point out that Johns Jr., who recently (Dr. Ritch served three years in makers of the checks refused to
For Mayor: The Incumbent, 'J. R. Wainwright.
election to be held on the. issue, practically all nehome construction received his Master's Degree in Hospital, Monroe, La. He has the Navy and later held a surgical honor them when presented for
For Council Jackson and local restaurateur -
incumbent W. T.
Tuesday. Sept 8. City : in. recent years has taken: Public Administration at FSU. just completed two years of service j residency at St. Vincent's payment.In .

Voters living in the affected George Kopelonsos. place outside the present limits was guest speaker at the Rotary in the Atmy. j Hospital Jacksonville. For the sentencing Dowling Judge
\ For Chief:iof Police: incumbent W. E. Thornton, and one-time this the scarcityof he has been associated -
'area must register in order to and attribute to Club Wednesday discussing the Dr. Adams will report to Ft. past two years Murphree stated that he could

vote. Persons living within the baseball star, now restaurant operator Herb Thomas.IL desirable building lots within need for training the highest typeof Sam Houston on August 5. with Dr. Carl Mendozain purge himself of the contempt

present city limits and who are C. Ritch, who was appointed to fill the nnexpired term of the city. They" argue that the young people for government Jacksonville. charge by paying to H. V. Knight,

qualified for the regular city election the late,P, L. Bridges on the Council has announced that he will growth of the town Will be greatly service.. I Marian Long, will remain as i He is married to the former receiver in this case for the bank,

i are, automatically qualified to not be a candidate for reelection.the speeded up with the territorial The speaker said that the recent office nurse and Arthur Holliday I Miss Marian Brown of Starke and the sum of 423428.

vote in the special election to ex- expansion. disclosures of instances of as laboratory and x-ray technician they are residing at their homeon The petition for commutation of

tend the limits. I I Opponents of the proposal corruption in government even with Dr. Barrie. Kingsley Lake. sentence was presented to the

Deadline for registering is broad, black line around the;2.901 to between four and five mostly property owners now residing though on a limited scale when Board of Pardons in Tallahasseeat

urday August 8. Sat-I outside of the map represents the thousand. outside the limits and who considered in the over all picture,I Funeral Friday I Post 56 LosesIn its regular meeting on June 10

By studying the above map, new:, proposed limits.If Legislation authorizing the spe- have tended to discourage young I by Dowling'sife and two of his

,property owners can determine' the: expansion is approved, cial election on the limits issue do not want the to be should, taken not in ex-- people from entering government I For D. C. Nettles District PlayStarke attorneys, Zach Douglas of Jack-

whether or not they reside .in the the area comprising Starke will was authorized at the last session say that city service. He said that the publicity sonville, and George Atkinson of
limits until it is prepared Daniel Carl l'etUe3i9.. long
its I
affected area. The present limits Ibe| increased'about three and a of the State Legislature. pand to Congressional investiga- Tallahassee.In .
& services to the given of Bradford County shutout 7-0 by
of the of Starke half and the will of the extension t< extend utility time resident was the
City are designated -, times population Advocates tions has distorted the pictureout commuting sentence the
by the shaded line, while be stepped up from 'the present maintain that Starke will benefit entire affected area. of its true proportions and has died suddenly Wednesday night. Gainesville the second and deciding -, Pardon Board said it was being
22, at his residence east of of the American
harm in causing the best I July game done in view of the fact that
Walter E. Bryan done Starke following a heart attack. Junior Baseball district
GUARDTROPHY Dowling had served three monthsof
to shy away
P. Man Sentenced type of young person born in Union County near After being rained-
Aspirants He. was tournament.
I the
I Buried In TampaWalter from this branch of service, when original sentence and that
ON DISPLAY need is great. : Lake Butler on June 11. 1904. He :out earlier in the week, the game he was to undergo an operation at
E. Bryan, 72 died July commended Rotary for its had been employed as a road fore- was finally played here Saturday I Duke Hospital on June 23 for arth-

Must Apply Soon I On Morals ChargeJohn 22 at his home in Tampa after interest He in providing scholarships man with until the ill State health Road forced Department his- I night.Gainesville scored the bulk of ritis and a growth on his spine. The

being in ill health for some time. for deserving students and in i I sentence was commuted to "the
I retirement several ago. its early in the game as a
years runs
He was a son of the late Capt. this encouraging them to en- I term already served"The
Tuesday. August 11, is the closIng iW Lammons 43, Jackson' and :Mrs. S. A. Bryan of Starke ter the way service of their governmentwhere Mr. Nettles was a member of I I result of three consecutive errorsat commutation was signed by

date for applications to bet vine machinist who was employed I and a brother of Mrs. Arthur they are so sorely needed. the Church of Christ and the Rai- home plate by the locals. four members of the Board of Pardons

filed for 'the position of post locally pleaded guilty to 121! charge I Williams.Mr. The speaker was introduced by ford Masonic Lodge. I Edgar Akriige pitched for : Gov. Dan McCarty, Secretaryof

master of the Starke post office of adulterous cohabitation when I Bryan was a retired rail- T. H. Slade who had charge of the Surviving are his wife Mrs. Starke. State R. A. Gray, Attorney Gen-
paying a salary of $5,070 G. L. Pat- Johns Nettles his mother eral Richard
per year arrainged before Judge road conductor with a record of Flora ; Ervin, and Commis-
r Necessary forms may be obtained ten Thursday of last week and 48 years of service with the Sea- I program. Mrs. Essie Thomas Nettles of Rai- Intermediate Team sioner of Agriculture Nathan

*at the Starke post office. was sentenced to one year in the board Railroad. He had lived in ford; one son. Daniel E. Nettles; I Mayo. The fifth member of the

J Applicants for the position will r State Prison. Tampa since leaving Starke in I District GovernorTo a brother, Bernie R. Nettles anda Scores 7.2 Win Board is Comptroller C. M. Gay

:take a civil service examinationIn When arrested at Hampton Visit KeystoneThe sister, Mrs. Beady Sweat of base In recent weeks Dowling has
The Starke Intermediate
Gainesville at a date,-to be an- Lammons was living with his 16- 1919.Besides his sister. Mrs. Williams Raiford. of been associated with a used car
ball team won by a score 7-21 j
,nounced later.Applicants year-old stepdaughter, also of he is survived by his wife. Rotary Club of Ke.stoneHei Funeral services were held at organization in Jacksonville.
must have reached Jacksonville. The information Mrs. Bamma Bryan; two daughters hts will be host to District the graveside in Elzey Chapel over Keystone Heights in a game)

their 25th birthday, but must not that Lammons had left Jacksonville .I Mrs. .Charles Felix and Mrs. Governor Frank E. Snell Jr. of Cemetery last! Friday afternoonat played there last week. Vernon Recent BirthMr.

have passed their 63rd birthdayon with th girl was furnished Charley Bush; and a brother I Jacksonville, at the regular luncheon 3:30: > o'clock with Rev. Harold j Forsyth pitched and Dick Akridgecaught

the closing date for applications. local officers bv the man's wife. I S. Bryan, all of meeting, Friday, Aug. 7. He Dowdyy of High Springs offici- for the locals. and Mrs. Jack Hazen announce .
These limits do not George Tampa.
age The girl is being held in the
I I held Sat- will confer with President Lindsay ating. i i 1 Monday's game was rained out the birth of a daughter
apply to persons entitled to county jail pending approval of Funeral services were I I
veteran preference. P'I application for her to enter the urday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Walker. Secretary Fremont Tolles I Masonic rites were Raiford conducted Masonic ,1' and the team was scheduled to; Clara Kathleen, on Wednesday '
at the by the
Applicants must have physically Florida Industrial School for Girl Wilson-Sammon Funeral Home, and other local offcers on Rotary. Loage.grave DeWitt C. Jones play Keystone here Thursday afternoon July 29, at the Alachua General

resided for one ,year next preced at Ocala, where no vacancies exist Tampa. Interment was in the administration and service act \' Funeral Home was in charge of but score was not known,: Hospital. Mrs. Hazen is the former
ing the closing date for the examination at the present time. I
within the delivery of I i Garden of :Memories Cemetery. ties. arrangements. at pres time. Clara Thomas.

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the post office concerned, and I '. 1 "rra- '1" ; '. -
must be prepared to meet the de Companies I I .h-''. 1 ., '/1'...., .

partment's requirement of eight r'M ...' ., .....A.. $ '
hours of personal attention to the Draw $JO OOO \: ; '':.
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:.ac, !:;;;. :
duties of postmaster during the -' :: -- r

business part of each day. For Camp Period "'"
Five points will be added to) II

the earned rating of the applicant I I National Guardsmen in the ..... '
who establishes claim to prefer. ty. i
M Stark area drew a total of $10- Jars
based her own active
ence his
on or 957.27 during the recent two-

service in the Armed Forces I, week field training period at Ft ,
of the U. S. I McClellan. Ala.

Ten points are added to the i]j The men of Headquarters Co. The nine officers one warrant

rating of the applicant who is aj tare justifiably proud of this handsome officer and 67 enlisted men of

disabled veteran or who has been Regimental Trophy awarded Headquarters Company receivedt

awarded the Purple Heart; who Is I for best attendance at drill and' total Qf $6,054 for the

the wife of 'a disabled veteran whois camp. It is now on display .in the :encampment while the one of,

disqualified for appointmentbecause window of Canova's Pharmacy. I ficer. four warrant officers and
of a service-connected
49 enlisted men of Co. B (Camr. I
disability; who Is the widow' (un-
Masonic NoticeA Blanding) drew a total of $5' II I
remarried of. a deceased exservice

n.an; or the mother of special meeting of Bradford 127.55. I The swimming classes at Kings- Nina Bishop (center rear) with a
One Guardsman remarked: "T CLASSES POPULAR SPOT THIS SUMMERJunior of beginners and swimmers.
certain deceased ex-senice sons Lodge No. 35 F. & A-M. will be ley Lake have been a popular ,
believe that most of money This Is the final week of swimming
or daughters. of
held Friday August 7, at 8 feature of the summer program
came back to Bradford County because instruction but students will
for Bradford County
o'clock The Master's Degree will activities
Recent Birth be conferred on a class of candi- we were* so busy that be-we school students. [ Lifesavers group look or right are: J' n Hobbs Gerry Gibson man.Center be transported to the lake all next
had little time to spend money shows Instructor week to "swim for fun". Red
H dates. Above pictures show classes in]!!as Henry Richarde gives demon- Bryan Kucera. Jackie Hobbs. i photo ,
Mr, and Mrs. J. E. HildebraJ Refreshments will be served fore or after payday. action at the lake Tuesday morn-' stration of artificial respiration. Instructor James Hobbs, Diana I I Harold Hazelwood with his group;[Cross certificates win be presented I
I Men of Headquarters Co. drew with Butch Smith taking the part Smith Elissa Stefanelli. Pat of intermediates and at right are!!!at a later date to those completing -
are the proud parents of a son I promptly at 7 o'clock in the new( last I
another sizeable lump sum ing.In left members the ofictim' Standing, left to Hobbs and (sitting) Linda Chap- Instructors Wolfgang Heller and.i, the course.
at o
Eddie Mac born All Master photo
Tuesday July [Temple building. .\\'eekhen they received their
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2S in St-Vincent's Hospital I Masons are invited. I quarterly; drill pay of 512755. ,



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; and Ed Tesaner and son Johnnieof of Putnam Hall, and Mr. Millican Charley Millican of Genea.Charley - .. .
:BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS ,' Belmont, N. C. were recent i is the son of Mrs. R. O. Mann of returned to Miami with j ,, --, ,-. ---- ---.. --- -...,
guests of Mrs. Betty Kirby, Mr. Lake Geneva.Mr. him, where he will be employed.
_COUNTY Kirby came down to see his Mrs.
.' *new and Bryant Wilkinson, The James Sutton family of
PUBLISHER granddaughter little Earlynn. He Mrs. Karl Garner and son, and Jacksonville spent several days I EARL
says it is 'very hot In S. C. Mrs. Susie Walker of Palatka, here last week. I
We were very glad to have. Mr. were recent guests of the R. O. Donnie Forsythe was one happy
Lloyd Barry and daugh- boy when he recently caught an
ters, Frances and Jackie at church Mr. and Mrs: Ray Forsythewere eight and
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under three-quarter pound
Sunday. They were dinner guestsof business visitors in Palatka bass in Lake Geneva.
the Aet of March S, 1879.
son-in-law and daughter Jimmyand last week. Danette Snow of Sarasota, who
Helen Crosby.See Recent guests of the T. M. Fin- underwent
major surgery last
I the Clyde Edmondson leys wereMr.. and Mrs. Buddy week, is able to be hr.me and is 'COOK'SGroceries
1 ly of :Miami are fami.1 Charron and children of Tallahassee doing as well as can be erpected.

No Dancing In The Streets This Time Silver Lake, they are spending I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fowler
some time with R. R. Crosbys. .1 and children of Marianna, and :Mr.
I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jones went I and Mrs. Leonard Hamm arM children MONUMENTSLOWEST
. It was probably the quietest armistice on Asia may be lost completely now to the free deep sea fishing Saturday. Mrs. of Jacksonville.

record.. No whistles blew. ? no bells rang. world and, as for some of the satellite I Jones landed a shark, bet she was I I' Wesley Millican of Miami called PRICES I

Here.and there, perhaps, was a sigh of re- nations' of Europe which had thought the ready to quit. on his two sons recently Tom-
lief or a prayer but the unbounded joy major powers of the free world might stand Mrs. Essie Crosby and Mrs. my Millican of Keystone and !

of other armistices was almost totally lack- back of them if -they started a movement for Betty Kirby and children were No Extra ChargeFor Meats Feed

liberation all hopes are now destroyed by business visitors in Gainesville Setting In Or Near

ing.Why should this be? The answer is ob- the formal announcement by President Eisen- Friday night. I FILL DIRTGOOD STA RICE 1-2 Mile From Starke
vious. In 1918 and 1945 the cease-fire agree- hower that the United States is ,through Sure glad to see Mr. Downey! City Limits North

ments meant victory and peace. The armis- with physical force as' a means of obtaining home from St. Vincent Hospital I RICH Phone 339-J
where he has been
tice of July 1953 followed no victory, and redress from aggressors." with a serious
heart ailment. We missed him at sruffi d /Specials for Thurs., Fri., Sat., July 30, 31
Aug. 1
whether or not it meant peace for long re- Mr. Lawrence may. be overly pessimisticand church Sunday. TOP SOILSee QUALITY RIGHTS RESERVED

mained to be seen. Mr. and Mrs. America unduly alarmed. We hope he is. But, Buie Crosby has .. ..
were hoping and praying and keeping their the fears and doubts he expressed are echoed position in Jacksonville.accepted He will a Write
For Free
fingers crossed. But whatever the armistice by other writers. James Marlow says ". a leave In a few days. Folder JIM DANDY

meant, no one could find in it cause for truce may turn out well for, this country or See you at Bible School Monday BILL JACKSONJackson ATLANTIC M IORL\LS.IXC.

shouting from the roof tops or dancing in it may be the starting point of a series of kids. Transfer Company ESTABLISHED 1939 GRITS Lbs

the streets. Communist successes and American dis Thought for the week-If you its FOREST ST. 5 43CNo.

The enemy, as a matter of fact, is claim- asters." Five years.frpm now,,says Marlow, expect great things of God. Attempt Phone 165 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

ing the victory this time and who can say we may be saying: "We should have triedto I great things for God.

k that he's not right? That is the awful doubt whip the Chinese in 1953. There never 303 .
that makes the Korean armistice such a should have been an armistice." 'WVfYTTVTfYVTVWfffTYYYTLONG .14--'

hollow gesture.In In its editorial of Tuesday the Tampa Tri- Cans

the eyes of David Lawrence, who has bune soberly remarks that ". the comingof S BRANCHby Rom where I sit...iy Joe Marsh TOMATOES 2 23Cs.

heretofore supported the administration on peace in Korea does not assure peace else- w
virtually eveYy issue President Eisenhower's where along the worldwide front where Com- Mrs. J. L StricklandIAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI

letter to Korean President Rhee laying the munism also is the enemy. In Indo-China, | It's Fine To Be Fooled I W. or Hersheys

foundation for the truce, "may be pointed to the French fear the native Communists they We \ .
are very thankful for the
as the first admission of military defeat this have been fighting for seven years soon may refreshing rain we had Sunday, ;; -SometimesHandy SUGAR 5 Lbs
country 'has exer made. Politically, ''it is a be reinforced by Chinese released from we had been having showers but 39

document that hereafter will plague the Korea. There is general uneasiness throughout this was a real rain and has real- 1 Peters entertained for hind the backdrop improving on I.

Eisenhower administration." non-Communist Asia that the ceasefirein ly wet the land. I the ladies of the Auxiliary the Handy's aim with a hatpin.

Among the far-reaching effects of the Korea may mean a begin-fire in some One day last week Lottie Star-' other night-and had the ladies From where I sit, we all get BLUE ROSE

Eisenhower letter and resulting truce, says other territory for which Red China hungers. ling decided she wanted to see believing for a while that he's the things "put over" on us now and r"
Mr. Lawrence, are these: These circumstances lead Americans ex- Ada Godwin and visit with her best marksman ever. again. When it's good-natured- RICE

"It can be construed by the peoples of cept those with sons in Korea to view the so she started out walking and Handy put on a great act. He fine! But, some folks would like 67C
Asia to mean that if the Communists infil- truce .with reactions ranging from cautious walked all of the way to the God- set up a whole bunch of balloons to fool the rest of us into belief-

trate or invade them now,,they need not expect approval to cries that we have appeased win's a distance of about four on a muslin backdrop and then ing it's wrong to enjoy an occa Olympia
force to be used in their defense. It Communism and dishonored our war dead." miles, she and her daughter. took out his pea-shooter. He shot sional glass of beer-just becauseblindfoldedstandingonhishead Golden Style

can be taken by the French to mean that Is it any wonder then that the armistice Gloria. They spent the day with they prefer'something else. F

they might as well agree to an armistice and signed last Sunday brought forth no cheers surprise Ada and Jim much Godwin to our joy and every which way-and broke a real American tolerance and CORN Can23C
brought neighborliness these people are L
pull grit of Indo-China. It notifies all Asia no dancing in the, streets? Th'e truceis them this far on their way home balloon every time! simply "off target.
that the great United Nations, having a historic and fateful document and i it but best of all he brought Ada No wonder Handy impressed
started to repel aggression, stopped in its will profoundly affect the history of the here to see us. We were really the ladies.What they didn't know FARRIS
I -till the show's end that fJlf_
. tracks after a war in which the use of maxi- United States as well as the entire world fora over joyed to see her again. :I -was 8ce A
mum military power was withheld from our long time to come BUT for better or had the. misfortune of loosing herhadn't Buck Mulligan was hiding beCoovrigd.1953.- LARD 6 Lb Jar $4.19

trooos for fear of antagonizing Soviet Russia. worse? Norman can say. seen her since before she
.initd States Brewers Foundation
right leg. She Is the same jolly .
YVVVVYTVVVVVVVVTVVVVYYVT Vacation Bible Schoof Ga. Saturday to see Jack Ward.Ada, talks and laughs and jokes
i I
Daily Vacation Bible school be- launch his new shrimp boat. Jackis just as she always did. This BLUE ROSE LONG GRAIN
BAYLESS HMAY% gins Monday, Aug. 3 at 8:30 a. m. very proud of his boat as he proves that we do not need to
Preparation Day is Saturday, Aug. made it himself after many tire let misfortune "get us down" and RICE | Lb Cloth Bag
by Airs. O. E. Crosby 1 at 8:30 we urge all the children some hours. He says it is the big make grouches out of us, also it $1.89TIDE
who can possibly: be present. gest job he ever undertook, butI shows me that the Lord does take
.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'Church know he is proud of himself. cgre of his own and still gives INTEGRITYof
If anyone who wishes to attend
News Understand it is 80 feet long. us a smile for those who we come
Bible School does not have a way I BREEZE
:Mrs. Ward said due to the rough in contact with. We wish the conduct and dealing with better or
Rev" Gwlnn filled his appoint please leave your name at Floyd
weather he could not get it. completely -world were full of folks like Ada .
ment at Bayless Hiway Sunday Crosby's, either In the mail box thoughtfulness and economy in all LargeBox Each
J launched but it was quitea and Jim Godwin. F AB
or with shim .or his folks. There 29C
morning and evening. A good will be cars available if we know gala affair with all the fire I have no news again this week. our serving these mark the reput-

crowd attended both services in who needs a ride. The school willprovide works. Mrs. Ward was not surewho Folks have let me down there- able quality of this well known firm.
spite of the weather. broke the champagne to fore
refreshments each day I know nothing to write.
christen the boat. I did,,not find I YELLOW ROSE
Don't forget Sunday School' and a program of recreation, Hope to do better next time. ,
every Sunday morning at 10, handwork and spiritual lessons will out the name of the boat. Jackis Lbs

Training Union each Sunday nightat be provided for the youngsters, a commercial fisherman. TTYYTTTTYTTTTT9 TTTTTYYHIGHLAND DeWITT C. JONES FLOUR 25 $4.87

7 and Preaching services each ,Please don't forget to leave your I Saw the Dewey Woods and kids Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. name and let's have a good at .of Jacksonville visiting Dewey'ssister
Prayer services every Wednesday tendance. .and brother-in-law the H.
r'sss=s.I '1. ,. WHITEPOTATOES
night at 8. The Baptist goal is a Personal Items B. Kellys Sunday. I -
million more in fifty-four. Let's Mr. and :Mrs. W. C. Ward, Mrs. Wanda and Harold Crews ate By Mrs. Lacy Norman r Funeral Director Ambulance Service Lbs

everyone pray for this goal to be Lois Newman and children and dinner with Harold's folks, the K. / I 10
I' AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVacation Our local funeral home enablea 03 to offer convenience and 29
met. Come to church and join in Mrs. Lucille I.. yell and daughter, T. Crews Sunday.
| services not otherwise available.We
our worship. Margaret Ann, went to Darien, John T. Kirby of Glendale, S. C. Bible school closed
last Friday, with a picnic at Jacksonville t HOHBB
Beach. We enjoyed swim- .
ming, some are still sufferingfrom furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and
DELUXE sunburn. Helen Hardee was accept ANY life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT,

MODEL the only one who was confinedto company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral Meat
4B Magic Range bed with sunburn. II I It Consultation carries no obligation. Specialsu.
Now that Bible School is over I I I I' 4

will get my news in each week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman and ,
.. son, Larry and Crews
.* = () Maggie .
were business visitors in Gainesville S.

Exclusive Features E. C.Monday.Harvey was in Jackson- & *' & Lb

ville Monday on business. I L 1 STEW BEEF' 1SC
ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER UNIT W. C. Hardee attended a meet
Exclusive! Two top burners end ing at Hickory Grove Church,
drip tray all In one unit. Catch _-: Green Cove Springs Friday.
spillovers, lifts like a feather nI.i\ Geraldine and Hazel Griffis and J, \ Fresh West CoastMULLET "
washes like a plate. Burners arU / Jettie and Bonnie Padgett are
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non-clog, simmer-set. Instant 0 1m. celebrating their birthdays. c_ vrs 'ay k. Lb 15SWIFTS

automatic top lighting. W "U fif\ I Come to Church Sunday: Sun 'Ct
day School 9:45 a. m. Worship t

SWING OUT BROILER Services 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. ,. ..z.e I IREDIROSE
Exclusive! Open the door and the Services each Wednesday night at SmokedSAUSAGE ,
broiler 7:30. Saturday at 7:30 Teacher
swings out, ready for use. '
Convenient smokeless. Fun to fix meeting. E. C. Harvev, pastor 4 [ ; .

sizzling, savory steaks.GU.R.'TEED. and W. C. Hardee Supt. of Sun a ;E 33C
day School.
I at.
Each range Is guaranteed for one 'VVVVVYYVVYYYYYYYYYYVVVVlLAKE F

year against defects in workmanship Lb
or material. Burners are GENEVA/ < WEINERS 33CGOOD

guaranteed for life. I- .


r t Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Millicanannounce WHITEBACON Lb
i the birth of a daughter.Vanessa ,
1 Gale, on July 20 in Ala-
Priced As Low As chua General Hospital. Mrs. Mil FEED

lican is the former Betty Turner Nice Fresh Dressed & Drawn

199 r FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S m..eeas, 1f HENS S Lb 49C,

FOR DOWN PAYMENTCompletely :TC is a specially formulated"first aid"feed. l
only by General in B Vitamins and in Aiitibiotfc high l Lb
Sup J '
Installed Motors Corp. All other BIlle ward off Comb respiratory and Chronict infections such "ffiSSa? fEEO i STEAK ROAST 39C

PLUS YOUR Electric Refrigerators are ''unkn: rn rnlda."Ask us about Red.1 Disease or 1
LONG TERMS TO PAY made by other companiesand baa been Tested and Proved..thru actual Rose TC.use It 't.u,

OLD RANGE" cannot use the word 1YSn%tom FHJ rc I Fresh Ground
Payments As Low As 53.53 Per Month Frigidaire. sN ., "
rl today oaJ, .COf11 01_rc Fo/der ,,




CENTRAL FLA. GAS ,I & APPLIANCE CO. E. H. SMITH Phone 339-J I 01 LEO Quarters Lb 19C

PHONE 301 Tenth sad Temple Aye.I .
I Starke, Fla. \\'i Mile From Starke City Limits North

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ATTENTION one change in course.If won first place in the Marksman man Class. He also won two merchandise of the Association for six years

I SERVICE MEN you were injured in line of Slow Fire :Match and first placein prizes in other matches. and at ttfe present time is secretary I

SOIL CONSERVATION I KOREAN VETSThese duty and your service records do the Total Aggregate Marks Wainwright has been a member of the 8th District.

not show the injury or service-

'S N.E. W.5 M 1 your minimum civilian suggestions of house inconvenience.in will order help witha put I incurred from those illness.who, get would affidavitsnow remem-

ber the incident. You will need
By Bill Haas First, get your separation pa- such Wheqfriendsdropinsewe
testimony to support your )
pers recorded: with your Bounty
CONSERVATION Robert C. claim for disability compensationin
t U- S. SOIL Sgt. l-c Long son recorder. Get photostatic copies
of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long of the absence of official medical
made, and in
4 store the orginal a
SERVICE the State Farm, is serving in Korea records.
safe place. Although a replace- Coke and cks
_.it with the 45th Infantry Divi- ment certificate may be obtainedin Notify your draft board of your sn
sion. He entered the. Army in 1938 home address, after separation.If .
, Bobby Ferguson used the Dis-i ing to Its needs for protection and case of loss, it is a time consuming :-
and prior to that was a civil engineer government insurance or
f trict's rotocycle mower to mow improvements. with the Florida Armory process. Your discharge other obligations have been waived
is the all
to veter-
f the football field at Bradford High while on active under termsof
farm Board. duty
j We were discussing ans' benefits. Guard it well. Sometimes you're expecting guests-
. SchoolI the
with C, C. Wynn when he stated Sgt. Long arrived in Korea last Second, If you wish to take out Relier Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil I
I ,
Requests for soil and water conservation that he'Is stffl getting good graz- March and is now assigned as low-cost government insurance your obligations.L. steps to resume I sometimes you're not. But you're always, prepared

farm plans were made ing from last spring's applicationof ammunition sergeant In Service available to you apply for it im-
by O. F. GorreH on the E. J. fertilizer even after all that ,Company of the 179th Infantry mediately after returning home. L. WainwrightWins j with Coke and tasty tid-bits on hand. r'N
Brennan place at Hampton Junc Don't wait until the 120-day
rain had. Regiment. ,He holds the Purple
his heavy we dead-I
tion George Kopejousos on line after separation passes.Thlrd Pistol MatchLouie
and J. R- Heart for wounds received in action ,
place north of town Tommy Hamilton says they are if employed before enterIng -
Kelly on his farm In the Bayless getting good seed yields in the and the Bronze. Star MedaL! services and you wish to L. Wainwright attendedthe !+ '
Highway Section. Pensacola Bahia fields on the B. His address .is Sgt. l-c Robt.' resume your old job, notify your Florida State Peace Officers

-Bradford Soil T Thomas place at New River. C. Long RA20419498, Serv. Co., former employer immediately after Convention in Tampa 'last week, r V
Noegel, a
separation. representing the Florida State Pri-
179 Inf. Regt. APO 86, care PM v
Conservation District Cooperator D. L. Thomas has been using If you intend to use your .Korean son. About 400 officers from 4
leaned back in his chair wiped the the District's rotocycle mower to San Francisco Calif. GI Bill education and train- throughout the state representing -

sweat off his brow and remarked, I cut down the weeds on his Dad's ing benefits, start making plans all phases of law enforce- 1 -
conserva- place south of town. We were out 1 now-not a week before the ment gathered in Tampa for the
soil and water
in the pasture looking over the school semester opens. Choose 24th Annual Convention.In .
tion farm plans sure save you mowing job when D. L. pointedto .;' your program wisely. Under the the pistol matches held Wed
money. A farm plan was week.prepared the other side of the field and Korean GI Bill you can make only nesday afternoon :Mr. WainwrightTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYY.Y.Y.YY..YTTYTTTTTTTT. i TJ :
on Billy's place remarked "see all the cows are I I ,
Included in his plan Is a land use I .
down on that side I mowed yester- -
map which shows what will be get, to the 1ET SHOP 1
day. I guess they can : )
planted in the different fields,I grass better". i
as well as fences, ditches, streams, [
and roads; a soils map or .landcapability I J. B. White states that he hasa l1
map which has the field of sericea lespedeza which

t different types of soils mappd has some plants. over 42 inches
out; guide sheets which ten what[tan .in it. Pfc Loran C. Brown son of :Mrs. ," /: I .
the land is best suited for; and FJ Il
0. L. Brown of Starke, is servingin
... The Florida Forest Service i :
recommended .
the .
job sheets, which give a truck battalion in Korea. He i
soil and water conserva says that pine tree seedUng'orderswill has served in the armed forces : 3 va
accepted to Sept 1.
be up
\s ,
tion practices so that each acre since Feb. 1951 and is scheduled ..,
of his land will be used within .to return to the States in Decem : r i iI x
its capability and treated accord- Lt. .Col. Thrower ber. His address ie: Pfc Loran C. .. ..I I iI

'Retil es July 31 Brown RA14386728, Hq. Co., 70th f "of I .Ir .I
Trans. Trk. BN., APO 8-1, care ,? a .. k.
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PHONE 218 i i'I Lt. Cot Maxwell O. Thrower,', Postmaster San Francisco, Calif. / ; / ..

son of Mr. and.1f18. A. O. Thrower It
I Pfc Junior L. Kersey, son of
Starke,'' I Grocers
COLONIALFLORIST rwill former' residents of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kersey Route

retire from the Army on July 2, Starke, is returning to the .. now featuring

31 after more than 31 years of States after serving in Korea r I

active and distinguished military with the 25th Infantry Division.He i1 .
arrved in Korea in December j ..
service. ..
1952 and was assigned to the 25th f ..
FLOWERSFor ..After graduating from Bradford :Military Police Co. He entered ..
Col.! Thrower entered i .
School 1r
High the Army in August 1950 and received ..
All Occasions service in Jacksonville in Marchof ...
basic training at Ft. Bragg r ...
1918. He came up throughthe r ...

i) Army's ranks Infantry, graduating School from and the the The .25th Division is now the : NOW BANK .t.. Y ... .u.-. oil oil l enough home
( Adjutant General's School. He senior American division In Ko START .oil... Ltake
havfj-j landed there in July today.
served overseas in both World rea EVERY PAY DAY..REAP THE BENEFITS ..
after the Communist .. r
Wars and his decoration 1950 shortly
among ..
DISH GARDENS are the Legion of Merit and the launched their attack against the NEW BOXES RECENTLY INSTALLED ..
POTTERYPOTTED Bronze. Star Medal with Oak Leaf Republic of South Korea. i Rental: $3.60, $4.80 and $6.00 (including Federal Tax) .. .

Cluster. per yearFLORIDA ; -
Robert L. Stefanelli, Seaman '. .. .- .
PLANTS At the time of his retirement he
USN son of Mr. and :Mrs. Henry t
'WiredAnywhere was serving as executive officerof Stefanelli f Starke is aboard the
section of the Third small Aircraft Carrier USS Sai- BANK at STARKE
Army at Ft. McPherson Ga., pan, engaged in training opera- / ,4Oin COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
.. tions In the Atlantic. They will
He will reside with his familyat >
Nona St Stark visit ports in South America and Member Florida National Group "Cole"is 0 egidered hode-morL- <953,THE COCA his home, 2354 Villanova Road, MeEEW
the West Indies before returning
Jacksonville. to Norfolk in August. UAulA1

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Appear State of Florida
Rehearsal Dinner
e To: Eugene FredrKk Millard,
..F'rYk whose residence and address is:
For Wedding Party r i L'nknow
You are required to appear on
[august 31, 1953, in the above named
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Thomas, Jr. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
I entertained Saturday evening witha seeks divorce and restoration of
[" rehearsal dinner. party maiden name. Bradford County
: Telegraph shall publish this Orderin
I given in honor of Miss Clarice This next four weekly issues.
sure is rotten weather for Birthdays are being celebrated Witness my hand and official seal
Thomas and her fiance, Joseph news-rain, steam and more rain).1 this week by Mildred at Starke, }Florida this July :t."
Gladys Mooty Wood, whose marriage was an Miss -it's Sapp on 1953.
afternoon in the Y ; gotten everybody in a rut Aug. 2, Boots Green on Aug. 2, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
Phone 35 event of Sunday Including me after going over Phoebe As Clerk of said Court
Baptist Church. i# the locals Green on Aug. 3 and Harry By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I '4 l the past couple weeks Green on Aug. 8. Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Building
i"', >: I I The living room was attractively Claric *a,1 p' \ 'its amazing how many Starkites Did Jacksonville, Florida
with 1 I you see the pix of Judge Attys. for PI(.
decorated for the occasion
1/31 4t Bra
Guild are in the _
Beryl 1 Jean St. Peter Wesleyan arrangements of yellow marigolds.The I up mountains of North Perryman on the sports page; of
Ii Carolina this NOTICE
i i summer Mari
Wed Mr. Loveless Met TuesdayThe buffet serving table In the Thomas \ ; lyn Hernwall is to Tuesday's Times-Union? He Notice is hereby given that the
1 going spend
Jo centered with an \\ was photoed in a group- of "fourdignitaries" Game and Fresh! Water Fish Com-
dining room was \. the next weeks mission official
two at Camp Im- in meeting held in
Mrs. Milton E. st. Wesleyan Service, Guild artistic arrangement of white mokaIee that included his old 'Orlando Florida :Monday July 20, d
and ,
on Brooklyn Lake .
Mr. '
resi- met Tuesday at the home of .Mrs. .carnations and stephonitis and silver Weds ; friend Billy Southworth former 1953. closed Bradford County to the
Peter of Gainesville farmer L4 Carl Johns is vacationing this major taking of deer and turkey.C. .
league and teammate
dents of Starke, announce the en- Nelson Green with Misses i leaves in a silver container. week from his duties as I manager \V. Page Director
marriage and Ruby Green as cohO te.sses. The Centerpiece was balanced by of the Judge when they, both Game and Fresh Water Fish
gagement and approaching t I Lt. Clerk-said he was just going played with Birmingham back In Commission.July .
of their daughter, J3el'Jl There were 12 members and one !'silver candle holders holding tall 'fishing and Mike Clark and 1917 They were pictured at 29, 1953 It ;
Jr.. visitor present. burning white tapers. The guests -
J. Loveless, Marion Harrington
to James are counselors
Jean, at I the, Braves-Red in Jackson-
and James J. Mrs Hazel Crosier presided were seated at five small tables on. game
Mrs. Wood.
son of Mr. meeting and plans i I'jat Crystal camp this sum- ville Hear that Irma Buford NOTICE
business which were centered
Orlando.The the |the porch 'mer.
Loveless, Sr..of thenew will re-don her nurse's uniform Florida Forest Service requests
were made and discussed for with hibiscus and sprigs of fern I I sealed bids for furnishing of all
wedding will be an eventof I I Carol Fields gave the Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr. assistedthe i Hear that Dave Paulk's gang: and start back to work Monday In.. labor and materials and construction -
Saturday afternoon, Aug. 22, year. For Christ", are dredging out and reopeningthe the new office of Dr. T. G. Ritch of one (1) Towerman's resi-
program, "Laborers hostess in serving the guests canal between dence at Satsuma Towersite four
4 o'clock In Holy Trinity Rowell and Guess she'll feel right at miles
at Mildred Sapp, Sharon Locke buffet dinner east of main gate to Camp
with the pre-
Church Gainesville. A receptionwill Enjoying Sampson Lakes, relieving the load home, after being in the same Blanding, Highway Xo. 16.
Oleta, Green assisting. Eva ceding the wedding rehearsal were Rids to be mailed to County
Peter home, and on Alligator Creek see the
follow at the St. of the wedding party, building for so many years with Ranger, P. O. Box 93, Penny Farms.
422 NW 15th avenue Gainesville. Blair gave the ,worship'program members : Brown Derby closed its doors Dr. Middleton Florida. Mans and specificationsfor
the Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Sr., i ;$ for indefinite this building may be obtained
Issued directed Sunday an period be-
being Harley Earl
Invitations are Helen Norman was
saying good-
; from County Ranger at above
Mrs. ad
L. Wood of Lake, City .' I:
but all friends of the couple are recreation. J. .; \--, :. ;., cause of "insuffient help" bye to pals along Call St. Tues- dress. Sealed bids to be opened at
and Jesse Morgan of Jacksonville. I"F.; ;- :t' ,:, : Jan Mundorf is taking tickets at Satsumta Towersite on Augustll,
the'wedding "
attend : '
to served dur- day just prior to taking off for
Refreshments were Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines, and .gt the Florida theatre this 1953 at 10:00 A.M.
reception. summer Indianapolis Ind. where he'll attend The Florida Forest Service reserves -
the social hour. Mrs. J... G. Powell. .," the to and/or
-- .ing \1' : see Desta Dyal has taken ,a National Guard specialistcourse all bids. right reject 7/31 any 2t 8/7

Dr. and Mrs. Walter Murphee.f Ii" ; Evelynn Newsome'i place as bookkeeper in personnel management I ___ __
will the Ad- Baptist WM.U"Th WSCS To Meet : i at Starke Builders and TTTTTTTTTYTTTTYTTTTTTYYYWHERE
Gainesville occupy .J', .., He.'ll be back around Sept.
home at Kingsley V Novis Ward has replaced Destaat TRAINING AND
kins' summer 10 Friends of Mrs. Sarah
hold a
Lake- for the months of Augustand Baptist WMU will t..Circle members' of,the Methodist their- JL wedding of beauty and sim- and, white, accessories and she Hartmann's Mfg. Co. Jacobs will be glad to know that EXPERIENCE COUNTIf
and Mrs. circle meeting at the September. Judge combined text week at plicity was solemnized at four wore a white carnation corsage. Several business men gave a she is recovering nicely since the
Frank Smith' of Orlando who ,Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. Maxie monthly meetings o'clock Sunday afternoon when Following the wedding, a reception farewell party Saturday night at recent accident in which she broke you need a truss or surgical

spent the month of July at the! Carter, Tuesday morning at 10 the following homes L.: D. Vining- Miss Clarice Annette Thomas, was held honoring the Kingsley Lake for Dr. H. H. her hip Lt. Col.! J. A. (Red) support, you cannot afford to

Adkins summer home, are returning o'clock. There will be a covered I Circle 1, meet Mrs. Tuesday morn- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. couple in the church recreation Adams who leaves for service on I Griffin and WO Herbert Sellers take a chance with your health,

to their home this week- leader will the home of Thomas, Sr., became the bride of halL Forming the decorationswere the first-20 couples were on handto I are now at Ft. McClellan with the by being improperly fitted.
at noon. at
luncheon 10 o'clock
end. t dish Ing at Joseph Gladstone Wood, Lt., U. tall baskets of white gladioli give him a good send-off 51st Division Glad to know Here at Canova Prescription
T. T. Long.
Mrs.Circle 2, Mrs. L..D. Green leader IS. A. P., son of J. Leslie Wood and and mums interspersed with was a strange coincidence that a Calvin Johns wasn't hurt seriously Center, we have trained technicians -

will meet Monday afternoon at the late Mrs. Wood of Lake. City. plnmosus fern. The bride's table I car horn got stuck and continuedto when a second story awning he both male and female,

o'clock at State Farm at The Impressive service was per- was overlaid with a lovely cut- blow in the depot vicinity for was painting along Call St. gave to sere you.Remember .

BetterLiving 3:30 home of Mrs. H. M. Richarde, formed in the First Baptist Churchof .I work linen cloth and centered about an hour Sunday evening I way one day last week dumpinghim fur health and!

the Wood, leader, Starke with Rev. L. D. Haines with a three-tiered wedding cake just,as the Korean Armstice sign-. on the sidewalk 'Twas
Circle 3, Mrs. A. comfort depend on expert
Home OwnershipThere meet Monday afternoon at officiating at the double ring topped with a miniature bride'and Ing was being announced over the a narrow escape, I'd say .
will the educational ceremony.: groom. Around the cake were radio and TV see the SRD is Well Seems to be all for

reasons for owning your 3:30 o'clock with Mrs.In Henrietta Huntas The wedding party stood be- tiny baskets of ruffles of net and going to resurface the new Bland- now See you In the next fitting.CANOVA I

are so many increased comfort greater building hostess. fore an embankment of white gypsophlia filled with Pinocchio ing highway one of these days -Carolyn

.. own home of mind. And you can Circle 4, Mrs. Henry Godwin, gladioli and chrysanthemums, chrysanthemums and sprigs of In Circuit Court, Bradford County !. Circuit Cart, ftracford ce..tT,1 PRESCRIPTION CENTEI
security more peace accented with palms. The altar plumosus fern. Tall white .
of our meet Monday Aug. burning Florida la rhaarery. Florida la Chuncerr.Patrlca
own your home, if you take advantage leader, will Mrs. Foster held twin arrangements of white taper in silver, holders balancedthe Suzanne M. Holt Plaintiff vs. Lee Kelly Millard. Plaintiff, PHONE 4202.
We invite you to come 10, 'at 6 o'clock with Robert K. Holt. Defendant. vs. Eugene Fredrick Millard, De- (Near Hospital)
home-loan plan.. gladioli and white centerpiece. Silver
modern Smith at the Kincald cottageon lighted tapersin compotesheld Case No. 995$ feniait.
plans with us today. Shi cathedral candelabra nuts and mints and Case Xo. 9955 Gainesville, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA..
in and discuss yojir Lake for a swimming I completed two Order Of Publication And Notice
Kingsley Order Of Pahlleatlom aad Notice To
dish and the lovely setting.As large crystal trays held dainty I T. Appears State Of Florida Tot ."
party covered supper Robert K. Holt, whose residenceand :
BANK meeting. the guests assembled a program decorated individual cakes. The address is: 35! Clear brook tALL
KEYSTONE STATE business of nuptial music was playedby two punch tables were overlaid Avenue, Landsdowne Pennsylvania.You .
are required to appear on TYPES PEST CONTROL
Mrs. L. A. Canova at the or- with cutwork cloths and were cen- August 31. 1953 in the above named ,
"The Friendly Bank"Keystone Dinkins-Phillips gan and Miss June Patel, soloist, tered with crystal bowls set in a Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
seeks divorce and restoration of SPECIALIZING IN
Heights, Fla. and Mrs. Preston M. Bare- who sang "I Love You" by Grieg bed of plumosus fern, interspersedwith maiden name. Bradford County
Mr. the marriage of their "Because", by D'Hardelot and "The ( white pompoms.Mrs. Telegraph shall publish this Orderin CITRUS GROVE SPRAYINGLarge
:Member FDIC foot announce to Lord's Prayer." The traditional W. L. Andrews and Mrs. next four weekly issues.
daughter, Juanita B. Phillips, Witness my hand and official or Small .
i son of Mr. andMrs. wedding marches were used dur- M. F. Hazen greeted the guests at seal'; at Starke, Florida, this July
i Charles ing the service. the door and presented them to I 29, 1953. COMPLETE EXTERMINATING SERVICE \
Sr. of Lawtey ,
P. L. Dinkins,. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
25 in Folkston The bride, who was given in the receiving line which,was com- Clerk o{ said Court .
Saturday PESTS
on marriage by her father, chose posed of Mrs. Thomas, mother of By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Alan C. Winters, Jr. SOS' Graham
PAY MORE? I Ga. Miss Elaine Parramore. of Gain the bride, Mr. Wood, father of Building!:, Jacksonville Florida. Florida .Pest Control & Chemical Co.
WHY Mr. and Mrs. Dinkins are residing i iI ville as her maid of honor. Miss the groom and member of the Attys. for Plf. 7/31 4t 8/21

I In, the McKinney apartments, Parramore wore a becoming wedding party. The bride's book I --- 2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville Fla.

321 W. Call street. mauve taffeta and lace gown .was kept by Mrs. A. J. Thomas, I I
Dairy T I fashioned with a snug bodice and Jr., and the wedding cake was cut In Circuit Court Bradford COB at 7,
Graves bouffant skirt. She carried a fan- by' the bride's aunt, Mrs. Jessie Florida In Chancery.
Mary T. Bradford, Plaintiff, vs.
shaped bouquet of purple asters Morgan of Jacksonville. Also assisting Clark M. Bradford, Defendant PHOTOGRAPHY Hallmark FeatuJ't>lock

HEAR BETTER with ruffles of Nile green net. in serving and caring for Case No. 9395 Black '& White CARDS WEDDING ,;
A Pasteurized Notice To Appear I
Still Sells Grade An of purple asters the guests at the '
arrangement reception were. To: Clark M. Bradford, woo'p' or Color t SETS
Oft MV NOTHING! and ruffles of Nile green net were Mrs.- S. E. Sparks, Mrs. Ewell residence and address is: P. O. Box !j

worn in the hair. Lawson, Mrs. M. M. Morgan Mrs. 265.You Penton are hereby Tenn. notified that a BIBLES > .
Best man for the bridegroomwas Dave Paulk, Mrs. A. E. McKinney suit for RELIGIOUS WATCIIESCUIERAS

MILK25V his brother, Halbert I. Woodof ;Mrs. Frazier Shaw, Mrs 0. has Divorce been filed against you In the SUPPLIES S
Lake City. The ushers wereA. L. Linsin, Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. above named Court and cause and FILM "

'pHTHeJ J. Thomas, Jr. and Delano Ira Wilson, Mrs. John G. Adicks, you your are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of PHOTO JEWELRY

Thomas, brothers of the bride. J. Miss Frances Morgan, Miss Cath- complaint on the Plaintiff t

BUTTER MILK -209 QT. HEARING AIDS E. Denmark and Carl Lamar erine Kelley, Miss Olive Dorsey, Attorney 507 Clark Willian Building D. Morgan FINISHING 0

Johns.A Miss Pat Lawson, Miss Aliese ville. Florida JaCkson-\\ Dealer For PICTURE
and file the
Lawson, and Miss Paulk.. -
lovely gown of imported theCler.k of the Circuit Court on CRAFTGRAFLEY
Day UCH loMe..dioaDM:. Chantilly lace and net, poised over After spending some time with 3T before the a '
We Deliver Every $75 d.otnw rerwi I 31 day of August. 1953, PAINT SETSSTATIONERY
IILI their the
guests left
bridal satin was worn by the young couple otherwise the allegations of said
Included I bride. The fitted bodice featureda for a wedding trip to South Flor- I I Complaint will be taken as confesa- ANSCOPOLAROID '11LliJJ1aZ811 I
Sunday '!d by you. !
CANOVAPHARMACY yoke outlined with lace medal- ida. The bride chose for travelinga This notice shall &e publishedonce i
v- lions and ]typg sleeves which extended Navy blue ensemble complimented each week for four consecutive REVERE )

RT. 2, BOX 202 STARKE, FLA. Into'points over the bride's i with white accessories and an era weeks.h in the Bradford County Tele- KODAK 1 1 I I

hands. The front of the full orchid corsage. They will make Dated this 25 day of July, 1953.
PHONE 83 FOR SERVICEOR (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj Opposite Florida Theatre \
DRIVER Starke Fla. skirt had a panel of pleated nylon their home in San Antonio Texas Clerk of the Circuit Court .. Phone 265 Starke, Fla.1T'S .
STOP OUR TRUCK Phone 160 net and fell Into a chapel after August 10. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy: Clerk I ,

***AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. train. Her veil of sheerest illusion The bride is a graduate, of. 7/31 4t 8/21 .
I was held in place by a small Bradford High School. She is also '

cap. of seed pearls, and she car- a graduate of. Florida State NOT TOO LATE TO SHOPBarksdale's
cied a white orchid with showersof University, from which she received .

white, tube roses. her BS degree She received -

OPENING Mrs.' Thomas, mother of the the Master of Arts in Edu-

bride, was attired in dusty rose cation degree from the Universityof Summer Sale

,lace gown, accented with Navy Florida. She is a member of

I Delta Pi Epsilon, business education ,

fraternity.Lt. .

Wood is a graduate of the
'I DEBIC University of Florida, receivingthe FOR YOUR BEST VALUES --


culture with high honors, and the

Master of Science in Agriculture.He I Yes We Have More We Have Added A New99C'

Will Open A Fri., Sat. July 31, Aug. 1 Is a member of Phi Kappa Phi,

Alpha Zeta, Alpha Tau Alpha, SELECTION OF i

I DOUBLE FEATURE and Phi Eta Sigma, honorary fra 1 I49

Loose In London ternities. During his senior year DRESSESMEN'S
SCHOOLIn he received the Borden
BUSINESS Agricultural -
I With Leo Gorcey and The Award. Al" present Lt.

I, Brewery AND Boys Wood the is Air serving Training as an Command instructorin at 1.98 .. I' 2.99 AT 1.0'0 I '

I Lackland Air Base, San Antonio, 1 DRESS

3RD Code ,Of The WestWith I Texas.Among the out-of-town guests SHIRTS I With Purchase of One At Regular Price i
MONDAY AUGUST James Warren and Debra
Alden were: Miss Irene Perry, Mrs. Mar Or 1-3 Off Single Dresses. l\\

garet S. Perry, Dr. and Mrs. G. V.
Plus Serial and Color Cartoon Noble, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. White LADIES '

and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. A. HATS

Day & Night Classes Sun., Mon. Aug. 2, 3 L. Bridges and daughter, Carolyn DRESSES COTTOiIESSLI PS

all of Gainesville
BRONCO BUSTER ; J. Leslie Wood, ALL As Low As
Halbert ,L. Wood Mr. and Mrs.

} 5 S:. 3 With IN John TECHNICOLOR Lund and Scott I Monroe rell, all Morrell of Lake Mrs.City W.; Mr.E. Mor-and 99 9BC AS:SOW HOC

Brady Mrs. John Adicks of Georgia, Mr.

DAYS EACH ;WEEK NIGHTS EACH WEEK Plus Cartoon and Latest News and Mrs. John E. McLean of Mi- ,

I Tues. Aug. .t ONLYNIAGARA ami Spooner, Mr.of and Pahokee Mrs., :Mrs.Melviif Kenneth D. ALL THIS PLUS THE MANY VALUES ADVERTISEDLAST

THOSE ENROLLED Abagis of Apalachicola, Mrs. Re-

\ va Feldman, Mr. and Mrs Ran- WEEK

and 6:30 P.M.At IX TECHNICOLORWith dolph Boree, Mr. and Mrs. Percy
REPORT AT 8:30 A.M. .
Marilyn Monroe and L. Thomas, Miss Beth Learn and

I Joseph Cotton Mrs. Jessie Morgan, all of Jack-

j Pins Cartoon and News sonville.
Week-End ONLY
200 CALL ST. (Above Wall Insurance Agency' ) I Wed., Thur. Aug. 5, 6 Junior Club Plans I


Any who are planning to enroll in.Day or Night School should White Lightning Members of the Junior Woman's IEX'S WORK SHIATS )IEN'S CHAMBRAY I

With Stanley Clements Coca' la party
I Club are having a I
Thursday, Aug. 6, from 10:30 to GREY' SHIRTS I
See Mr. Moore At Once -- Magnolia Hotel, I AND 12:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. TAN

Richard Fowler on N. Walnut AS LOW AS 1

Or Call 9109 i 1 i Tomorrow street. 1.59

Is Another DayWith Hostesses will be Mrs. Robe.rt.' 2.69 99cSanorized

Ruth Roman and Steve Turner, chairman Mrs. Robert and Double.

STUDENTS CAR IE ACCEPTED Cochran Green Mrs. J. M. Vickers :Mrs Stitched ,
Plus Latest World News James Blackshear Mrs. :Millard TAN OR GREY .
r- *.-*.:.* f
Judd and Mrs. Hugh Ingram.


.. 'J

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6 Yin Johns of Jacksonville, Mrs. w:Thursday 1( of last weejc at the. San home. they stopped in Washington Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Laise of Friends of Mrs. Rubie Mae. Miss Ann Sewell of Altha is
C. Beck and two daughters of: Jose Country Club in Jackson- and. Greensboro, N. C. "*' Bingimton,
I N.
Y. were of Perkins will
regret to learn she visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell
Hendersonville, N. C.. Mrs. Miss
Irene ville Mrs. Fred Thellmanand Montie
given by
Hutchings visited Mr.
I and Mrs. R.
R. is
Hutchings last a patient in Riverside Hospital.Mrs. for two" weeks.
Johns of Green Cove Springs Mrs. Mrs. Joseph: Worth honoring her grandparents Mr. and Mrs.J. .
t 16J / L. B. Dees and-Mr. and Mrs. Wood- I Mrs. Wainwright's and Mrs. Dar- H. Hooten in Eustis over the week. Perkins is there for observa- Mrs. Minnie Bates of West Palm
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone have tion and treatment. Beach returned home Thursdayafter
row Dees of Mayo, Mrs. C. D. Wil-I by's niece, Miss Anice Spencer, weekend.
had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs.D. Dress Sale at Stump's Dept. a two weeks visit with Mrs.
liams and Mrs.
J. Clark of bride-elect of tonight, Mr. and Mrs.
c. .
J CIN THE NEWS/ W. Colson and H. Hanley of Lakeland and Store. O. W. White,
Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Dansby and daughter Karen of Atlanta Ga. Mrs.. Onie Hood of Mulberry.
.4 4 I Mrs. N. B. Rosier and children daughters of Hahira Ga. were fare I spending two weeks
visiting While
on their vacation the Stones
and Mrs. 11 Haile of Miami this spent the latter part of last week! weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. relatives here. Ien's Clothing EllI
Mr. Lloyd : Lewis of are spending visited friends and relatives in I ALVAREZ' STORE
[Wilmington Del., former residentsof week with their grandparents, Mr. in Mrs.Lake R. S.Butler Johns. visiting Mr. and R. O. Dansby and Mr. and Mrs.. Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. Lakeland Orlando, and St. Petersburg Established 1891 1111I
Starke, are leaving Aug. 14 on and Mrs. W. .G. Haile, Sr. The J. B. Dansby of PelTY.were their W. Kincaid had as guests during I -
I a nonstop flight to Lisbon, Portugal -. Junior Hailes and daughter, Carol Mr. and Mrs. L. P..Dees of Raleigh Sunday guests. The J. B. Dansby the weekend Mr. and Mrs. C. C. I
:Their itinerary will include will arrive Saturday to spend two N. C and Mrs. W. C. Beck left their daughter, June, here Hoppe and son. Jimmy of Tampa, I
and daughters Carol and Cecilia for a week's visit. and Mr. and
the touring of ten countries while weeks at the Dowling cottage on Mrs. Robert Baconof
of Hendersonville, N. C. were overnight Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr. and son Live Oak.
*in Europe,including the Isle of Ca Kingsley
pri, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade returned : Mrs. L.guests D. Green.Tuesday of Mr. and returned home recently from Final Summer Clearance atLeila's SOPERVOLUMEDAYS SALE !
France and many others. They. home_Monday after a five-day Scottsboro Ala. after a twelve- beginning today.
i will fly home from London on Oct. trip to Waynesville and Lake Juna- Final Summer Clearance atLella's day vistt with Mrs. Thomas' par- Mrs. Jesse Morgan of Jacksonville -
11. luska, N.C. beginning today. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Snod- was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ...
Nylon Curtains $4.95 atStump's. Rep._and Mrs. Doyle Conner had ADJ2; and Mrs. Edward Hicks grass. A. J. Thomas, Sr. from Wednes-
and baby have moved to Maxville.
I as Saturday guests_ Rep. and Mrs. Final Summer Clearance atLeila's day to Monday.Mr. .
Mrs. N. B. Rosier and children, .
beginning today.Mr. .
)lr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford of Prentiss Pruitt and family of and Mrs. E. W. 'Phillips of
Mr.and Mrs. Floyd Green and.Mr. and Mrs. A. M.'Moore of
Jacksonville Monticello and as Jacksonville
Sunday guests were
Mrs. weekend
[ were visiting guestsof ::: .
and Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake Butler :::
Blackshear, Ga.will be here Sun-
Dorolhy Ford and daughters on Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody 6f Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hartmann. ::::::
Marianna. visited Mrs. C. H. Dittmar in day to take their daughter, Mari Mrs. J. ==
Sunday. Jacksonville Wednesday of last lyn, home after three weeks' visit c. Manning and Mrs. -
Mrs. J. R. Kite MIl spend the Maj. and Mrs. Harry Hatcher, week. I W. H. Hart attended the church -====
with her Mrs.
grandmother Daisy
[weekend at.Flagler Beach visiting Jr. and son, Harry m, of Camp Mrs. Willa Mae Denton and Mrs..,Ferryman and .aunt Mrs. Del meeting of the Church of Jesus ---
)lr. and Mrs..George Moody. Blanding were dinner guests Monday J. W. Hinson spent the weekendin Colley. Christ Latter Day Saints in Jacksonville -
Jimmie Cole spent last week at evening of Mr. and Mrs. L. Bradenton :' on Sunday. -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. I
Mrs. John Jenks and twin I %
[Ormond Beach as the guest of N. Pickering. F. C. Wyatt. Mrs. Denton brought daughters Pamela and Paula, of Mrs. R. F. Demorest is visiting ::::::: N iTG
!Carolyn Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green had as her son-in-law
: home her son, Michael, who has New Orleans are spending several and daughter, Mr.
Linda Sue and Sandra Kay Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Mar- and Mrs. Paul
I been visiting there.for a week and weeks with'' Mrs. Jenks' mother Shupe in Eau Gal- ////I/I"-
left Mrs. Hinson for a week's visit. Mrs. John Christiansen. lie this week.

Mr. and Mrs.: C. W. Colson and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mrs.A. W-0 and Mrs. R. J. Andrewsand Quantity Rights Reserved.:0.. ____ Prices Good Thru Sat.. Aug. 1

daughter, Karen, of Atlanta Ga. Z. Adkins and Mrs. J. E. Wilson daughter, Barbara Jean, left
STARKERADIO are spending ten days visiting Mr. will leave today for West Jef Wednesday for Czark Ala. for a

and Mrs. T. F.Colson, Mr. and' Mrs. ferson: N. C.'for two weeks vaca week's visit with relatives.DOX'T IE-: 152 Gall Street
Clyde jColscn and Mr. and Mrs. A. tion.

& TV SERVICE A. Youngblood in Waldo. I f r Ladies' Shoe Sale at Stump's.', SAY fountain pen-SAY
:Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Stinson and A point for every Specials, Too Starke, Florida
N._T. Ritch and children Diane purpose. 2.37 ,
son Barry, of Fort Myers were complete at BRAD- I
and Buster of Hialeah visited Mr. FORD COUNTY
-Reasonable Guaranteed Service Wednesday guests of Mr. and'Mrs. TELEGRAPH. -
Ritch's mother, Mrs. Carrie Ritch, I
F. J. Pellum.

On All Makes Radios or TV Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dempesey last are remaining Thursday. with Diane their and grandmother Buster-I The Coffee That's Good to the Last Drop!
visited Rev. and Mrs. S. J. Grady

fFVOUR' RADIO OR TV SET IS in Kissimmee. on Sunday. Rev. Mrs. Cecil for several Smith of weeks.Middleburg.Mrs. .
Grady, a former resident of Starke,
NOT GIVING YOU entered Bay Pines Hospital on Emma Sanders- of Doctors l Maxwell House 19c

; SATISFACTIONCall I vation.Wednesday, for a month's obser- .Jacksonville Inlet, and Mrs.were W.recent T. guests Hicks of of "-=- Lb

;t Mrs. Hall. ,
Vivian Paulk of Lake is Clyde
City .
198-W At Once visiting her cousin, Sylvia Paulk,' Pvt. Oliver H. Aspinwall. Jr. of Vacuum PackedAstor .

this week. Miss Faye Paulk is in Fort Jackson C. C. spent the

Orangeburg, S. C. this week as the weekend with his mother Mrs.
228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's guest of her cousin, Miss Lucy Margaret Davis and grandfatherT. I

Paulk. i 1 S. Williams. Coffee Lb 77C

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lappe and Mrs: 0. L. Haynes is spendingthis

daughter Bevfrly, will spend the week in Madison.

next two weeks visiting Mrs. Anna'1 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gilhooly;
Lappe in St. Louis, Mo. and other and daughter Elaine returned Donald Duck

ANNOUNCING relatives in Illinois and Indiana.. home Sunday after a two weeks CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest O'Neal and vacation in New York ReturningMore
three children of Mayari, Cuba about this question Salad 35cI
Wednesday I' I Dressing
THE OPENING were overnight guests Qt
of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade. What a vacation! I'm out

Ladies' Shoe Sale at Stump's.Mrs. fishing and my, new $179 out-
Of TheRepair Lloyd H. Lewis of Wilmington PeopleEVERY board motor drops off in deep

Del. is spending a few days water. Recovery is almost;I BENTOS .,
this week with Col. and Mrs. T. T. DAY
Long. Col and Mrs. Long and hopeless. Fortunately I have1it 1

Shop sons, Tom and Dave, and Mrs. Are Learning Of covered by insurance. Doi I i '
Lewis spent Thursday and FridayIn I need a witness to this 1 loss Corned Beef 12.0Z39c

r Ing Baconton relatives.and Albany, Ga. visit- BENTON'SLIFETIME to collect my-insurance?

10TH STREET AT RAIFORD ROADS Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bogue of .
et. Louis, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. ALUMINUM
Joe Barvir and children of Graham Charley JohiisP&.Soll AEGO Brand No-Rinse Old South

... N. C. were guests last week AWNINGS
'of Mr. and Mrs. William Norris. Tl I 0 E
WELDING Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen and All The Way From I
son'J. Roy returned home Tues- Florida to Virginia Agency .

-. day after two weeks vacation,. at I' .
St. Augustine Beach. While there "Buy Now and Save" I' -
MACHINING they had as guests one weekend Starke, Fla. c '
2 Z5eLge 27 ill2C
Mr and Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin j j No 303 Box Y2 46-oz

S i and also spending a few days were I 1

A.A. Boggus, Jr. of Fitzgerald, Ga.

ELECTRICALALL and Miss Eleanor :McLendon of ESTELLE FERRY .:. U, S. "CHOICE" Grade Geunine Spring Lamb Sale! .:.
Atlanta, Ga.Dress |'

Sale at Stump's Dept. Tender TastyLegO' .

Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and

KINDS OF REPAIRINGSUCH daughter, Sandra, of Washington
D. C. arrived Thursday to spend Lamb Lb69c

AS five weeks at the Brownlee cot-
tage at St. Augustine Beach. 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Their son, Jim Stith will fly hereon
Lawn Mowers Washing Machines \
Aug. 15 to join his family. |I

Saw Sharpening. Gasoline Engines and Mr.son and, Jimmy Mrs., of Darrell Indianapolis Butler,. Phone 57 Macclenny Fla.Koch's SQ. CUT LAMB SHOULDER lb. 39c .

Ind, were weekend guests of Mr. -

ley and Lake.Mrs. T. F. Landrum at Kings- SIRLOIN LAMB STEAKS lb. 89c

THEATRE Mrs. L. B. Alvarez and chil- Drug Store !i

FLORIDA dren and Mrs. E. C. Priest spent I

STARKE last week in Fort Myers visiting !! U.S.CHOICE Ecrt-Rite Beef Taste O'Sea Engon's Circle "X"
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Francis. i Monthly News
Dedicated To Community Service Mrs. R. H. Russell is spendinga
Movie Are Better Thin Ever" atives.month in Madison Wis. with rel I i CHOCKROAST COOKEDLb SLICEDi

If you find jour name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Final Summer Clearance at A MESSAGE FROM
cut ad out and it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS Leila's beginning today. I IACIST'I!
_u_ _____present___u_ ____ !I LOBSTER A CON
Mrs. B. Wall and Miss Helena "IT IS TIME WE GAVE THE CHILDREN A
Sat. 1 ONLY TUC& 4 5 I
Aug. Wed.-Aug. Wall of Brooklyn, N. Y. returnedto BREAK"
wrote Doctor Robert L. Swain, Editor of
GIG DOUBLE FEATURE 0--- their home on Sunday after a
Drug Topics in a recent article. He pointed out that,
visit with Mr. and Mrs.
;JIII.W \ Ut\\g\ \ MIl( WiND"1b ten-day Luke Feeney. I too in their often, medicines, which are perfectly safe to take Lb 49c 49c Lb 69CFresh
Mrs. Hogan Smith and son proper dosage are carelessly left in places I
"rut t 11\\1' 11m I Jimmy are in Miami this week where little children can get at them. Any medicinecan I

;,l1'rf lOttTtS JAVA visiting relatives. Miss JoAnn be dangerous, or even poisonous if a large enough

Smith, who has been attending amount is taken. Ripe S. C. ELBERTAPEACHES
THE IIG'10lAliD of
Band Camp at the University
a alanuttI Miami for the past several weeks IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN, please do this TO-
wuc nat will return with her mother this DAY.
I Pounds39c
-And- Plus "Ancient Flstory" Cartoon
weekend. I I
TROPICALEHEAT And Latest World News Mr. and Mrs. P. M. ,Barefoot, 1. GO OVER YOUR ENTIRE HOME and IN

Miss Sara Barefoot. Mrs. H. S. ONE PLACE collect all medicines, liquids, etc., that
Darby of Lake City and Mrs. W. could be dangerous. Fresh Cuban
of Sanderson visiting
Barefoot are
in Chadbourne
tfUta and Hutton Thurs., Fri.-Aug 6, 7 Charlotte, N. C. this week. |I has no LABEL of CONTENTS or that you have no AVOCADOS .3 for25c
Plus "Snow Business" Cartoon Radar Seaman John Pat Casey use for.

And Last Chapt Captain Video will rejoin his ship in Norfolk .
3. PUT ANYTHING you want to keep in a place I
Va. Saturday after two weeks'visit
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE KOWat: on with his wife and parents,, that is,IMPOSSIBLE for the children to get at. "RUSO" Sliced, Sweetened, QuickFrozenSTRAWBERRIES

Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey.Mr. 4.. AND AFTER have used medicine, don't '
Sun.. ,Mon.-Aug. 2, 3 you
,.. ITS spend. and next Mrs.week J.in D.Wilmingtonand Doyle will; leave it around carelessly but IMMEDIATELY put it 5 Cans 99c'

FRIGHTFULLYFUNNYI away, out of reach of your children.
i y. Charlotte. N. C. visiting
friends and relatives. I NEVER give or take any medicine without read-
+ M&M I j Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Gill and son.I ing the label to make certain it is the correct medicine. SUPERBRAND Choc, Vanilla & Strawberry
presents Buck and Melissa Stallings are on

1UNE YANYSON'JOHNSON : a week's vacation in North Caro- WHENEVER WE COMPOUND a prescription we
lina.Miss Mamie,Anderson of Archer, check it at least THREE TIMES. We CAREFULLY ICE CREAM Half Gallon 69c
-n9lANSTO examine it take it off the
1 1J \ is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. M.Dans as we shelf. We CARE-

Jl"8E $IENII I this week. FULLY read the label again as we compound the

R .. Kay Hart's cousin. Weta Fran- prescription. And after the medicine is completed. before
--"I touts ANGELA t cis Manning, of Jacksonville is we dispense it. we again CAREFULLY read the CLOVERBLOOM
Quarters Margarine
CALHERN. lANSBURY spending a few days this week label and examine the contents. If you will do the
with her. same you will avoid trouble. I IKOC'H'S ORANGE
Enos Hayes. Field Secretaryfor -
R j Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, In JUICELb
Tenn. is on six weeks
Plus ")Iouse In Mahattan" Cartoon -
(vacation visiting his parents, :Mr. i
and "1 Love Children Bu" and Mrs E. W. Hayes. STORE '

I"hlll.*'>eck and **' (*" Cartoon Comedy Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis spent 19' 7 Cans99c /.lb Patty 39c

And Latest World News the weekend in Daytona Beach. !
Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and Mrs. PHONE 53 STARKE, FLA. 1 i

Charles Darby attended ajuncheon




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T FRIDAY July U: 1953 |
through the nearest District For-
your answer or pleadings to the Y rk. -
ester's office. Our 'nearest is P. complaint on the Plalntiff's I 1953. she will apply to the Honor- In The
Attorney T. Frank are hereby notified that a suit able Theron Jadjre' (Court Uon
Landrum,' Yawn County 1.1 for distribution and
Judge r final d
for Divorce I And Fer Bradford s-
Box 243, Lake City. Starke Florida : of Bradford County, Florida, for ap d.. County, charge. and that on August 5th,
We shall be glad to assist 'you and file the original In the offIce or has been filed against you In the proval of said Final Report and i 1953. I will apply to the Honorable
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on above named Court and cause and for Final Discharge as .\dminlstratrl IN RE: The Estate of GROVER C. T. A. Yawn. County Judge of Brad-
d n further in ordering seedlings if or before the I' you are required to serve a copy of ][ of the estate of J. P. Roberts, BLUMER, also known as G. C. ford County, Florida, for approvalof
you are interested.If 10 day of August 1953; !your answer or pleading to the com deceased.. BLUMER; deceased said final returns and for an order -
otherwise the allegations of said' plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney I This 24 NOTICE FOR FILING of distribution
You Need Gras Complaint day of July, 1953. PETITION and for final dis-
will be T. Frank
taken as confessed Landrum, Starke Florida I LeoU F. Roberts. Administratrix FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF charge as Executor of the Will of
If you have not fertilized grass by you. and file the original in the officeof of the Estate of J. P. Roberts. EXECCTOR Grover C. Blumer also known as G.

pasture since early spring, now is once This each notice week shall for be four published or the before Clerk the of 24 the day Circuit of August Court, 1953 on; I 7/24 4t Silt Notice Is hereby given that I have C. Blumer, deceased.
consecu- -- filed final July 7
my returns 1953
a good time to give the sod an live weeks in the Bradford otherwise the allegations of said as Executor
Count of
In Circuit the Estate
Telegraph. Complaint will be taken as Confess- Court Bradford County, of Grover C. Blumer, (Signed) E. \VIXKLEn,
I application of something like a Dated I led I by you. I Florida In Chancery.Charles l also known as G. C. Blumer. deceased Executor.
this 8 day of July, 1953. | ; that I have
6-6-6 9-6-6. Three This P. Foerster Plaintiff !! filed my Peti- 7/10 7...31That's
or a or four (8FFICIAL[ SEAL) Charles A. Darby notice shall be published vs. i 4t
By Geo. T. Hujgins hundred pounds of the 9-6-6 is Clerk of the Circuit Court I I once each week for four consecutive I Gladys Nielson Foerster Defendant. I
P.y r Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk weeks in the Bradford County Tel Case No. 9944
County Agent preferable.Even. 7/10 *t 7/31 egraph. Order To Appear Of Publication And Notice Our Business I
; Of '
with cattu prices low, Dated this 22 day of July. 1953. Gladys Nielson To GLASS
Agricultural Extension Service NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A..Darby residence Foerster, whose If It's Glass We Have It!
cattle make more profitable gains, [. Circuit Court. Bradford Coaaty Clerk of the Circuit and address is: Unknown. -
the nearest District For- if want to Florida* In Chancery. By Marian L. Court You are required to appear on CALL WRITE VISIT
Pine Seedlings through you tl\em gain weight, Hal H. Bowden Plaintiff, vs. Billie Crosby Deputy Clerk August 24. 1953, in the above named or '
Seedlings distribution information orders will be shipped with express on grass ,that is more nutritious.Did M. Bowden, Defendant. 7/24 4t 8/14 Court and cause wherein plaintiff

has just been received from charges collect at destina- you read this week the account Nollce Te Appear. Case Xo. 9920 ,la The County-Judge' Court seeks Telegraph divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order Joe Peters Glass Co.

the Florida Forest Service. Here tion., of the special meeting of a To: Billie M. Bowden, whose residence Bradford County, Florida. in next four weekly issue*.
are a few of the main*facts for 4. All orders for 25,000 seedlingsor group In the State Cattleman's and address.is: 108 BrJggs- if. RE Deceased.: Estate of J. P. ROBERTS, seal Witness at my hand and official FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Starke Florida, this
Avenue, High Point, Xorth Carolina. July
your consideration; less will be filled 100 per cent. Association The meeting was You are hereby notified that a NOTICE 22. 1953. We Design Modern Store Fronts

1. At present there Is no indica Orders for more than 25,000 will held in Bartow to discuss mattersof suit for notice is hereby given that Leola (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs Just Mail! Us A Pattern for -
Divorce F. Roberts has filed her
tion that there will be any free be cut by a given per cent basedon concern to the man who is depending jas been filed against you In the and Petition for Final Discharge Report -- By Marian L. Crosby Clerk, Deputy of said Court Clerk Table Tops

seedlings to landowners. supply and demand. .. on cattle for his grocer1 above named Court and cause and as Administratrix of th'e.Es Charles R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life >
ies. The 'was made of: you are required to serve a copy of tate of J. P. Roberts, deceased; and Puilding. Jacksonville, Florida. 318 Nv.. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353
2.1toff, date for ordering i 5. mustbe group up your answer that the 24th
Payments seedlings or pleading to the complaint on day of August, Attys. for Plf. 7/24 4t14 -
seedlings Is September 1. made before. seedlings are such men. You can support programs on the Plaintiffs Attorney .

3. Price of seedlings will be $3 shipped.' v like, that by participatingin Zach Building H. Douglas Jacksonville, 505 FlorIda.Lynch \I

per thousand f.o.b. nurseries. An 6. Applications are made your local Cattleman's Asso and file the original in the office of I
i ciation. the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor
before the 10 day of August. 1953; .You tell what
N Cattlemen To Meet otherwise the allegations of said i us your present truck isDODGE
complaint will be
Eight p.m. In the Cot rthouse at taken as confessed -
by you.
I O Starke, tonight (Friday). Every This notice shall be published

\ .,_ ?; SHEPHERD'S- attend person Interested this meeting.In cattle Businessmen should once weeks-raph.each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tel worth in a trade on a brand-new !

o'f Starke can show their Interest Dated this 8 day of July, 1S53.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
in the livestock industrY in Clerk of the Circuit Court: .. a MAKE YOUR OWN APPRAISAL, MAIL IT TO

See Bradford County by their attendance -|B/ Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. R
Newi at the Cattlemen's meetings.

I. Circuit Court. Bradford County NO COST NO OBLIGATION!IHere's
? I will( be,the"principal speaker and Florida la Chancery ,

VIr1ID : he.'!wili have., some Interesting Alfred R. Martin, Plaintiff, vs. Ruth : "
dtekfl&ori: I Marlene Martin Defendant. ts -
: thoughts fort YOQ. We are. happy Case No. 99:9.otice : ;> your chance to make the

to know that Doyle has recently N To Appear 1115 trade of a lifetime on a brand-new
1 To: Ruth Marlene Martin, whose !
been elected second vicepresidentof residence and address Is: 161 West
'Junior Florida State Cattle- Colorado Street, Memphis, Tennes 4'a
Il '
m11Inch en's- Association. see.You f
H.r.'s are hereby notified that a is worth. Write this figure on the
t W-r. Return Tobacco Books suit-for[ Divorce
) the lowest priced RCA Tobacco are urged to has been filed against you in thecbove kY z ,' NEW DODGE TRUCKS OFFER YOU: 7 great engines with appraisal form below. Add your
t ''I Victor ttbvliton yov growers named Court and cause andyou g, ,,.>i. 100 to 171 h.p. Advanced braking; Truck-o-matic trans name and address, tear out the form

r coo buy-end what a return their tobacco books to this your are answer required or to pleading serve a to copy the o* o: N mission available in %-, %-ton models for lowest cost, no- and mail it to us!
office after all tobacco- has been
1 buy It hi Vt S ways complaint on the Plaintiffs shift driving Shorter turning than competitive makes Lowloading No Cost, No ObliCo tion-We're
sold. If it is not convenient for I Attorney Lloyd Bass, 302 :
Clark height Completely rustproofed sheet metal
j flntr for 33 ; ; i In a I Building, Jacksonville Florida anxious to trade, and will\do our
1 cabin M6h.d In rich you to bring your book in, just putIt ''and file the original in the officeof level best to meet the price you put

Matching In the mail box and it'wilJ the Clerk of the Circuit Court .
naroen. before ,F, rR Y.y on your present truck. If we can'tget
on or the 4 '
1f- F. eland ov'oSabU ,txira come. You do not have to put 17 day of August, 1953;. '" together, there's absolutely no

? 'postage on the. book. otherwise the allegations of said Y.,. SENOINYAtJRltRPRAiSiLL obligation. If we can meet your
Med ;l I7H01. ;
'I Complaint will
taken as confessed -
A good practice to eliminate a trade-in figure, you've got a real,
by you. t ; :: t toDAYI IT AWy SAVE YOU
I Art.W I ICA Vldw Nctoy-hrvk*Cwitod. build-up of Insects is to cut down This notice shall be published ""' 'A deal! You've everything to gain,

old tobacco stalks after you finish once weeks each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele > ; HUNDtEDSOFIIOIIARSI( nothing to lose, so mail the appraisal

I gathering. notice several old graph. : : : ,. form now or 'phone us.

..:, -Only, $199 95 tobacco fields where stalks have Dated this 10 day of July. 1953.
a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
r... r been cut, So you have carried out Clerk of the Circuit Court. r------- ---- ----

r ....1.01 i By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. .. '/ -TON THROUGH 4-TON s I
good prflcte.'Several S. 7/17 4t 8/7 I I have a_ truck, in
II Questions have beenasked Tear out and 1 (yeor, _del, _h) I

i( about planting oats early I. Circuit NOTICE Court TO, Bradford APPEAR County, mail us this I condi on. I think it is I II

this fall for grazing and to be Florida la Chancery. I (good !air, pod) I

J'CH followed with tobacco next year. Emily A. Buie Pease, Plaintiff vs. BD GE APPRAISAL I worth $ in a trade. I under-
S.C.U.'SHEPHERD: to Albert A. Pease, Defendant. stand that you are not obligated to meet I
Oats yt rye Is a good crop ,Case Xo. 9332 I
plant. There is no disease car Notice To Appear.To F FORM :I this price nor am I obligated to accept it.I I
: Albert A. Pease, whose residence Name I I"I
ried in oats that will affect tobacco and address is: Unknown. 1
next Oats or rye You are hereby notified that a (" 'phon..in the I Mailing a dres I
year. -
suit for C'
.. '- I would be one of the best crops Divorce and jestoration of maiden 1), TRUCKS I I !

Phone 239 Starke Fla. I cam plant.'Broncho. name 1__ __ ___ __ _ J .
you has been tiled against you In the ..
I above named Court and cause and .
are required to serve a copy of
I Busters'c our. answer or pleading to theomplaint
Tells Rodeo Story Attorneyon Zach H. Douglas, .aOa
Lynch Building, Jacksonville,
1\' SAVE with At Park SundayThe and Florida file the original In the officeof 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA. PHONE 69
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
spectacular thrills, chills, er before the

Mutual Insurance and excitement of the rodeo ring otherwise 17 day the of August.allegations 1953;of said .

are brought to the ,screen in vivid Complaint will be taken' as confessed -

Technicolor showing at' the in Park"Bronco Theatre Buster"this, ''I once This each by notice you.week shall for four be published consecutive -

CONNER BROS.STARKE'S ONLY' Sunday and Monday.It I Telegraph.weeks in the Bradford County VlillY; IMi'IuItATT1" / -

tells, for the first time, the Dated this 13 day of July, 19a3. .
A. Darby
story of the rodeo ring and the (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit Court.

Shop Before BuyingCompare These Savings daredevils sport who their make profession.ttys} dangerous John- By Marian L. Cros.by, Deputy 7/17 Clerk.4t 8/7 "1

Lund and Scott Brady are seen as NOTICE TO APPEAR
CLASS I la Circuit Court, Bradford County,
feuding rodeo stars who competefor
Florida IB Chaaccrr.
national honors as well as for Helen Marion Thompson, Plaintiff,
the attentions of feminine star vs. Ralph :Mack Thompson. Defendant -
Public liability only $29.50Driver's Case Xo. 9930 Reduction&th
Joyce Holden. Chill Wills heads Notice To Appears .
the. strong supporting cast in the< To: Ralph Mack Thompson, whose:

License Can Be Revoked If Your Are InvolvedIn role of'a rodeo clown. residence Shop.and address Boulevard is: and c/o WraysBarber Broad .

Accident Without Liability Spectacular riding and roping Streets Richmond. Virginia.You .
are hereby notified that a
scenes were photographed againstthe suit. for
authentic backgrounds of na Divorce
SAVE 20 has been filed against you in the
% on All Dwellings and Contents* tionally-knowh rodeos. above named Court and cause and oil

SAVE 15% on All Business Property you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the
SAVE 10-20% on All Cars & Trucks 'Witch Doctor' Stars complaint on the Plaintiffs
Attorney Lloyd Lass, 302 Clark
SAVE 30% on Garage & Sen-ice Station Liability Mitchum HaywardAt Building Jacksonville Florida r
and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on -
Florida SundayA or before the
17 day of August. 1953; TIRES
otherwise the allegations of said
Conner Bros. Insurance AgencyDOYLE 3500-mile safari through the Jomplaint will be taken as confessed

trackless jungles of the Congo by you. .
This notice shall be publishedonce
Basin in Central Africa will be
e CONNER LUCIAN CONNER viewed in background scenes of in the Bradford County Telegraph ,

the new adventure draira, "WhiteWitch Dated this 10 day of July. 1953.
Representing some of America's Highest Rated Com Doctor" at the Florida OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby The always wiUi !

panics, :As Rated by Alfred M. Best, America's Leading Theatre this Sunday and Monday. Py Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the Deputy Circuit Clerk.Court protewon.mats you

Insurance Authority Robert Mitchum and Susan 7/17 U 8/7 I -

PHONE -285 Hayward are starred in this Technicolor In The Circuit Conrt Of BradfordCounty Here j have the well-known members of Amen In the great 1!. S. ROYAL MASTER,you have a tire of extreme

jungle thriller in which : Florida, I. Chancery. you tread depth and mileage capacity,with stopping poster and skid protection
Alexander Bi&hoff. Plaintiff, v e. ica's royal family of tires-on sale at special reduced .
Mitchum has strenuous. role Fannie Bishoff, Defendant. beyond all pretiout ttandara*.
\ calling for him to scale lofty trees, Case Xo. 9943 prices for a limited time only. In the great V. S. ROYAL AIR RIDE, you have the tire that

ford 'alJigator-infested stream, engage -. Order Of Publication Andotlce These tire values stand far apart from and above a few year. a o.l"'ept the tire industry-changing all American automobile
. $4 r.ooTRADE To Apcari State of Florida Tot end dm still the cbeict of Americtit faint of new can
riding ing- first
in a fight with a jungle g 0Fannie Bibhoff, whose residenceand the common level of tire quality. *
rilla, and paddle a primitivetypecanoe address is: 500 West Montgomery In the new and sensational U. S. ROYAL LIFEWALL, t
Ave.. Rockvllle, :Maryland. Each of them delivers a measure of safety and per for immediate installation in all tires old and new,you have the mOlt perfect

through a white-watrapids. er August You are 24, 1953.required in the to above appear named on formance that, Me believe, is nowhere: else available air-container ever developed, delivering, also, the only genuine and permanent

Court and cause, wherelr plaintiff blouvut prevention.STARKE .
-at price. .
Miss Hayward is seen as the seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph any ....
beautiful woman who comes to be shall publish this Order in Investigate this special Price Reduction Sale today!
next four weekly
known the African nativesas
"White Witch'D ctor.'- seal Witness at Starke my ,hand}Florida and this official July Compare these product features and performance with any tires you have ever used!

t2, 1952. .
I. The Circuit Court Of Florida lOFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
Right Judicial Circuit. !. Ami Clerk of said Court.
IN For Bradford CoMtr. In ChmnwyMyrtlce By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. k
Phone SO Starke, Fla. Yawn. Plaintiff, vs. W. T. Charles R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life L :
Yawn Defendant. DIVORCE: Suilding, Jacksonville, Florida.
NOTICE TO APPHUl Attys. for Plf. 7/24 4t 8/14
To: \V. T. Yawn, whose residence AIR M
Is: Route 1, Vienna, Georgia. Xu'flCE TO APPEARR SAt
ON YOUR OLD MATTRESSTHIS You are hereby notified that a la Circuit Court, Bradford. County: 4 \1.S.l\O Itca\
Florida In
_ Cha.eery.ad 0"&ft
suit for divorce has been filed tt H'
against you in the above na m Dominick Cap'otzoli, Plaintiff, v S. tl C$5 baOo/O'/ "
.., .,.., II II Court and cause and you are re- Emma*Capoz'zoli, DefendantCase f IJ ,&a" 1 &
i capa
\ quired to serve a copy of your answer Xo. 9938 4 OL"r teate ia "
Notice FOBpti180
or pleading to the Complainton Appear. LOR 1de'c1f,1
To: Emma Capozzoli. whose'resi, [ z Cg EB ar.1+ 1tOb S QS\o\bCbi.
the Plaintiff's H.
Attorney G. )
INNER deice and address is: 340 a \ ,fdgG tbst + o1 it ,
Bates, Citizens Bank Building, 17th 1: fit U' K u n .
Gainesville Florida and file the Street Brooklyn Sew York flotAtAS1 F BB,B uDs ma D f boa f;: of C$
i original in Circuit Court on or before Your are hereby notified ,that a ; i, yaw 1 t C8
SPRINGMATTRESS suit for Divorce \1.S. >a A n th matp. hc.vlBS
the 10th day of August 1951 .tgz8 .t
otherwise the allegations of said has been filed against you In the BOyAL C B LS a e "r eart.o 'i
aoebl DC'
Complaint will be taken as confessed above named Court and cause and if DTBA aa canon tun'A ; t: tol }
by you. you are required to serve a copy of eta: A'.ef ana Wic1ar D t th Ola tE a+f .
your answer or pleading to the complaint t rlt8 stn
This Notice shall be publishedonce on the Plaintiff'. S topp1D JlCC-\oUI"O ; pt1 ot aw ';
each week, for .
four consecutiveweeks aueatt
T. Frank Landrum b fQl1 Corif
59.95 in the Bradford County Tele Starke- L-s'll \1.S. ba'tr.
Florida $' ratCo'cc1 blere
graph.Dated and file the original In the office of F t 'AL1.st frolli odealt
this 3rd day of ,
July A.D., the Clerk of the Circuit Court on tee"hCII' eDd3D
195!. or before the 17 day of August 1953 c abtlSio oaoll
; : Less $15.00 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby otherwise the allegations of said; two d es4c0a'
Clerk of the
Circuit Court complaint will be taken as confessed
i By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. by you.
For Your 7/10 *t 14/31 This notice shall be published .
once each week for foul consecutive'
NOTICE TO APPEAR weeks ia the Bradford
County Tel
Old Mattress I. ClrroJt Onrt. Bradford roiaty, graph. .
r 3 Florida I. Chueery.Agnes Dated this 14 day of July. 1953. TIRE SALES
d aM R. Harrison. Plaintiff. vs.| (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Frank M. Harrison, Defendant, Clerk of the Circuit Court.
e 1 Case Xo. 993 By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
Balance .
\ lce T. Appear .
7/11 4t 8 17
To: Frank M. Harrison whose -
residence and address 1 Is: c/o Paul| NOTICE TO APPEAR
Benton, 23 Mineola Place, New I I. Circuit Coart. Bradford C.... Brunswick, New Jersey. Florida In Chancery.

$44.95 You are hereby notified- that a I,.Orestes Alexander. 'Plaintiff, V s. ; -
suit for Elphis Alexander. Defendant. JIMMY MOORE Owner ;I
Divorce ,
custody and
control of Case Xo. 99 45 "r ,
minor child Notice To Appear
has been filed against you in the To: Elphis Alexander, whose' Comer U. S. 301 and State Road 100' PHONE 189 "" ;"' Starke, FJa.c.Y .
above named Court and cause and residence and address
you are, required to serve a copy of brinl Boulevard. New York is: 33 255, Xew Ca- : : :" &"" .t.:.y"_.;: "3.>.. ". _
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Farewell Letter .yttytnLATEY .' J guests of their son'and daughter- Geneva. She has.. been ill for sev- The proceeds went to the buildingfund. the'following meeting of the council -
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jack- eral weeks. Walter King was elected
From Rev. Weldon son of Starke.. i The Committee for the Catholic Mr and Mrs.Cooper of Lake chairman.

04, : Spencer :May of Palatka and Bazaar. heeded by Mrs. Emory Geneva won the all-expense trip I The 2nd Annual Firemen's Ball
July 21, 1953 L. IL Futch W. H. Johns spent last week with Cooper and Mrs. H. 1.. Morgan; to Havana, Cuba.In will be held at the beach pavilion

1. Dear Friends: J ,by their grandmother, Mrs. Minnie wish to thank every one. for the case you had not heard the on Saturday, Aug 22. A television -
We want to take this last ..... Johns. co-opuation, attendance, and con- results of the recent city election,
chance to tell our many friends Miss Earlene Nazworth is tributions of time, money, and the two councilmen are Anthony I II II set will be given away, and
that there are many false, stories Special Election Called spending sometime with'her articles. The bazaar was a huge Baker and Hector O\\11by, and the I I plans are, being made to have an
The Tabernacle Church ef Christ TheCity Council met in called
At going around Starke about us. Mrs. Charles Gaskins and family success, netting more than $1,000.I new Marshall is William Lee. At orchestra for dancing.Economy .
session Monday to' adopt a resolutiod
Highlights of the weekend servIces Corner 10th and l\lcMahoa I which we want all of you to know calling an election to vote near Palatka. \

at the Gospel Tabernacle In- Preach1ng-ll A. 11. and 'l:3l are not true. on the three amendments to the\ Mrs. C. 1.. May returned to her ,
&. P. M. Also we want to thank each of It home Thursday, after spending
charter of the City of Lawtey. \
I eluded 'an especially interesting Prayer'Meeting and Bible Stud you who have given support In was decided to hold the election several days at the Alachua Hos-

Youth Meeting Saturday night. each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. any way. We shall remember on Tuesday, Sept. 1. At the same pital for observation after falling ::

An Interesting innovation was a Bible School-lO A. JL each of the many,kind acts, gifts, time a special,election will be held at her home. ;

song sung by the men's qu ntet. and prayers. to name a marshall to em the un- Mrs. T. J. Alderman and Mrs.
Sunday morning the pulpit was St. Edwards, Church May the Lord bless each of expired term' of Ralph Darley WID- Hammond called on ,Miss

occupied by Gilbert C. Moore of Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. you and keep you shall be our who resigned on July 6 at the Dorothy evening. Ross at Starke Monday \ ::::: : .

Park of the Palms, who brought Weekday Mass 7:30 a.m.Children's prayer. regular monthly meeting. Candi-
Yours in Christ dates have until Satur- Loren Brown who nas been ill -
a message from Ephesians. 11 noon on
Class Saturday
The sponsor: conducted the evening Donald and Jew-e1 Weldon day, August 22, to qualify with for the past week, is able to be
service on the topic, "The a. m. the Clerk to have their name out. : ,
I Keystone Heights ; j : Champ
Big Eagle", with special music. (Women's Club) Presbyterian Church printed on the ballot. Misses Grace Dickinson Flor- :
VISitors at the Sunday services Rev. and Mrs. George Purga rte Gnann and Ruth Sibley of
I were from Waldo, Keystone Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Junior Choir practice will be held open house at the parsonage Theressa were callers in town
Heights, and Frostproof. Confessions before all Masses. held at the church Friday after-I last Sunday. Due to the heavy Friday evening.Mr. .

I noon, at 3:30 o'clock. All children rain not as many attended as expected ., and Mrs. C. A. Cox, grandson -
from 6 through 12 years are in- There were several from Bobby and son C. A. Cox

vited. Archer, where Rev. Purga has Jr.. and family were in Kings-
Sunday School will begin at services on the first and third land, Ga., recently. They also,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke 9:45 a. m. Classes are held for Sundays in each month. visited friends in Jacksonville.Mrs. .

each age group, and anyone who The Methodist Sunday school Jaksis and children from nQA
would like to attend is welcome.At had its regular annual picnic at the .capitol of VenzueIa were re-

the morning worship serv-I Strickland's Place on Kingsley cent guests of Mrs.n T.__ J._, _Alder-_____
II II I III I ,,, ice, 11 o.clock, the minister will Lake last ursday. The Church man. Other recent guests were

I preach on the subject, "Elijah, Schools of other Churches in town ,Mrs. Frank Handley of Miami
,i Ambassador-Extraordlnary", spe-I were invited to attend. After en- and Mrs. Weathersby of Bran-

i Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town vial_music will be presented by the joying .swimming and visiting, a :ford.Mrs.
adult choir. picnic lunch was spread on the Mamie Meade, has returned -
: Phones Office 23-1 -Pastorium 130 At the evening worship serv- tables and all had a good time. from Brunswick Ga. where fY.
will the dinner hour a heavy she was the guest of'her -
,,, ice, 8 p. m., the sermon topic During daughter
II be "A Man Named John". rain was falling but all were able },[rs. W. W. Hicks. She was

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. The minister will leave Monday, to keep under the shelter. accompanied to Georgia by Mr.

August 3, for Montreat, N. C. Mr and Mrs. Noah Taylor were I Hicks and her grandson Eugene
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. where he will attend tl>F Church in AntIanta last weekend where Meade, who spent a few days here. :

,Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Extension Conference as a repre- they went' to see their son Lee The County Council of the
sentative of Suwannee Presby- I who has .been a patient in a Bradford County H. D. Clubs met

tery. A guest.minister will fill the government hospital for several Tuesday, July 28, at the school in
months. The friends of Lee Heilbronn. Those attending from '
pulpit on Sunday, August 9. many COIOIIET> HI arsaaaso u
Due the absence of the minister, will be interested that he. b much the Hampton Club were, Mrs. ,T.I

FRIENDS OF STARKEAND regular prayer service will not beheld I improved and hopes to be dis- J. Alderman Mrs Vernon Slade Grueling1206-mileMobilgaaEconomyRunproves
C 0 M E Mrs. ,Fannie Meads. Mrs. John
j BRADFORD COUNTY on Wed., Aug. 5, but choir charged soon. xro Dodge outstanding economy: '
practice will be held as ysual at The H. C. Kelly family were in Hammond. Mrs. Wm. Hammond Y 1 Dodge V-8 Wins its class beats all other )
Brooker last attending the and daughter, Willow Ruth J
: 1:30 m.Methodist. Sunday cars in the "low-medium" price range.
S. EE BEAUTIFUL COLORED.PICTUUES reunion of the Kelly family at the Jimmie Beasley of Palatka Is 2 Dodge V-8 beats all other 8's in every price '

Church home of Mr and Mrs. G. B. Col- spending the week with his grandmother -- 1"A class takes top honors over all eibht i
Mrs. Era Nazworth. cylinder in Sweepstakes.

H E A,R EXPLAINED Sunday, Aug. 2-Church School son.Mrs.. A. H. Harley Sr. and Mrs. ...T.T.T.TT..Y. ..... You'll know you have a winner in the new '53
Communion and Mae Wells had as their guests Dodge. You've Got to Drive it to Believe its
9:45 a. m. Holy
t SWEET GOSPEL Sermon,at 11 a. m. Rev. Thos. G. during the week their sister, Mrs.
Ruth Barthiow of Middleburg and Keystone Heights DEPENDABLE
S III G SONGS Mitchell will preach on the sub-
of the Lord'sSupper" Mrs. T. S. Gilchrist of Brunswick,
"The Meaning
I Ga. On Monday the four went to br Mrs. Sara McDonalduuuuuu.uAAAAAA
service 8 m.
Thur. July 30- "You Are Subpoenied by God". Evening p. brother .
: the 121st Psalm. Bowling Green to visit a ,
with sermon on .,. below models
Prices start
Fri.. July 31, "The Jew in Prophecy"Sun. The 6th Chapter of the Gospel W. S. Biggs.Mr. in the"lowrst raced"many'field! DODGE V-EIGHT 91 SIX
Mrs. S. 1. p
., Aug. 2 "The Unpardonable Sin"Tues. of SL John will be studied at the and Mrs. Roy Reddish of and son of
., Aug:4 "Can A Saved Man Fall From Grace" midweek prayer service, Wednesday Webster were guests of his moth- Jacksonville are guests of Mr. and
Mrs C. J.
at 1:30. Miss Kate Struth er'. Mrs. V. R. Reddish for several Bastedo. 'prificotimu and.ip-.l euhjflCl to cAa"lf/without notice. ..
'TRUTH FOR JODI TENT will be the leader.Christian days this week. Miss Bobby Bastedo is visiting I .
t in Memphis, Tenn

I I some in time Gainesville.Mr. is again. in the hospital -

Donald G. Weldon, minister HAMPTON ,
with the First Christian Church, ani Mrs. Muse were called PHONE 69 690 Temple Ave. STARKE, FLA.
last week to Orlando by the death
has resigned his position to. enter bv 1\rs. 1Vm. W. HammondAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAA
of infant
Truly Expert an grandson son of
the,missionaryfield in .Hawaii..A -- I
.Capt. and Mrs. Ford.
guest minister will occupy the pul-
S. E. McKay is in Knoxville,
And next Sunday. Bible School at
Radio pit Our Home Demonstration club
Tenn. four weeks
attending a
9:45 a.' m.. Communion and ser- made $15.05 on the ice cream sale I.
course at the University of Ten-
SERVICE PlQn at.11 o'clock. Christian En- Friday night. .1 nessee. ONE
deavor hour at 7 p. m. Sermon at Mrs.
May Sweeney.and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Milligan

ALL MAKES .- ALL MODELS 8 p. m.Church. ters, Joan Norma and Connie, have a new baby daughter, Van-
have moved to Gainesville.
They essa, born Wednesday, July 22.
of God. I will be greatly. missed by their Mrs. Francis Clark entertained
many friends.
with bridge luncheon
a on Friday.
\ Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
Bonnie azworth returned Mr and Mrs. Fremont Tolles
'. Most Experienced Finest Equipped lag Worship 11 a.m. Evening _
home Saturday evening after left this week for a motor trip
Service 1:30 p.rn. YPE Service -i iH
Satisfaction Guaranteed'Chas. spending a week with her sister, to Canada.Dr. e
7:30 Prayer Meet.
Tuesday p.m.
ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Charles Gaskins of Palatka. Paul Holl and family, who Filled with
She was accompanied home by have been staying in Keystone for

r C. Shepherd Lawtey the Gaskinses who spent a weekend a few weeks, are turning to
10 Morning
Sunday School with their mother, Mrs. Era their home in Pittsburgh this
Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo Nazworth.Mr. week. 1 1 324

PHONE 239 STARKE" FLA. ing Saturday2':30 p.m. and :Mrs Denver Hobbs and Mrs. A. G. Louden is recovering -

children of Miami spent several from surgery in a Jackson-

St. Mark' Episcopal days last week with their sister ville hogpital. ,

I Rev. Raymond Eo 3IatBlaia Mrs. W. N. Jackson and family. Mr. Baxter, who, with his wife Packages
:Mrs. J. W. Horne and son, Billy is vacationing in Worchester; e '-

Schedule of Services were business callers in Mass, is reported in a hospital
Gainesville qn Thursday. with minor surgery. I / II
Tank SUNDAYS Mr and Mrs. W.. N. Jackson Mrs. Al Watson is still con- .
ree I 9:45: Lm., Church School 11 and family were Tuesday supper fined to bed.at her home on Lake Frozen Foods
I.m.. Morning Prayer & Sermon; / I '
6:30 p.m., Young People's Serv-

ice League. MOVING

WITH PURCHASE OF 1st.HOLY Sunday COMMUNION 11 a.In. 3rd. Sunday'7:30 -y..r Huge 121/2 cu ft.


ANY NEW GAS RANGE 1:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation" LONG OR Dependable. Economical 3 1. 1 PHILCO GH-122 ,.

i .. 8 Choir RehearsaL
Hblds 440 Ibs.
R. B. Alvarez OR ;41r1! .

Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO. of Frozen FoodsI
Slade Gas Co. Sunday School 10 a. m.'' ; Preach- I II I i
ing Service 11 a. m.; Training

Union 1 p. m.; Evening Service STORAGEPerryman I I

g p. rn. '

PHONE 121 STARKE, FLA. "A church earnestly contending .
for the Faith which was once delivered Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
I I unto the Saints.Jude I

3. A welcome awaits you. A Week
\ -, -Merle Packman, pastor. \ 4.25 .


1 A AD\"E.'TIST HCRClI M i1t1b00 1 After small down payment

...: Services each Sabbath in old It
a faaUaitd r..ell. )at mlilardu alas \Iasonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- NEW LO WCOMBINATION -

1 bath School 2 p.m. Preaching
'. .4
I each second and fourth Sabbaths \ .
3 p.mElder Mostert, pastor. : '-- -
I I Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. Fr. I PRICE Yes,you get the Philco Freezer AND the food!

Everyone welcome.WOODLAWN A.LL at this new low combination price. A
Model,Shown-439.95 '
1I MISSIONARY a; bIg 12% cu. ft. Philco freezer chest WIth space

BAPTIST CHURCH 8' cu ft Model GH-82S to store 440 lbs of food. With the added

preaching.10 a.m. Sunday 6:15 BTU School 6:45 11 gray a.m. ) Were trading HIGH t o get $ 9 5 Stocked safety of with a rustless a huge white supply porcelain of frozen interior.food3 I I

I 1:30!r service evening, 7 o'clock services.song senices. t em..we' pay TOP DLL ARor 2 you'll enjoy for months. Nothing else to pay. "

See it now. compar.e. Be ready for the new ,
the tires tradeon new1
CHURCH 0. JESUS CHRIST you FILLED WITH fROZEN FOODS crops of food bargains now coming.to..market. ,
Services each Sunday in old Masonic F
1 GOoifiii uiI i
1 1 d'1a Hall on E. Call S1. Sunday

School 10 L m.. Sacrament Service .
6:30 p. m. Everyone welcome (boos.from this fmnous Ion Cord S Cushloa ,1

/ / 4 E r PENTECOSTAL HUU.'tEM Double [ogle-wodd's best tire! ltarothoa D.Luxe Super-Cashion, Griffis i BrOs

f ., !'/ Sunday School CHURCH 10 a.m. Service Center Station .

a t ii.I Evening Morning Service'Service 7:30 11 a.m.p.m. SEEBER ll. GOODMAN Maxville Fla. Lawtey, Fla

Prayer Meetings Wednesl1& U. S. 301 at South City Limits Phone 3

'.light 1:4S p.m. Saturday nigh



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I-- f ._ FRIDAY I
,. JulrrSl, 1953
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Massey Business I Legion Plans MISSING ..1. Circuit Court.. Bradford ('.naty, trix of the Estat'of .t

; I Two heiger yearlings, marked I i Florida IB (...e..rT. I As executor of the Last Will I i

School To OpenThe Supper For TeamPlans iioi :i :: X with aluminum paint. Please i Nathaniel vs. Maxine Ben Brinbon Brinson.Defendant Jr., Plaintiff, Seabright and Testament, deceased.of Edward*. ,

notify D. E. Knight. Itp Cast No. M57 First publication July 31st, 1>5:,
Massey Business College of for a supper to be given IMPOUNDED Order Of PubliratioM And X.tit'e I 7/J1 4t S, Zl.\\

Jacksonville will open its extension In August honoring members of -: T.p..arl State Of Florida T.t
cf1wI t,,, 1 Black Sow 2 Red Pigs, 1 Maxine Br !1soR. whose residence, -yyyyyyyyyyyTyyYyyyyTyyyyInDaysofOld. I
business school in Starke on the Post 56 Junior Baseball team and address Is: Unknown.

3 it discussed at the Legion w - Black Shoat marked crop under- You are required to appear on
Monday, August was announced were -f- .
\- bit one ear and crop upper bit on August: 31, 195:, in the above named
The school meeting Tuesday night The. Post -
yesterday. Court and cause wherein plaintiff
will be located at 200 E. Can. St., also adopted a resolution com Picked up 1 mL from State seeks divorce. Bradford County l
Farm gate on Bayless Highway. Telegraph shall publish this Order
npstfirs over the Wall Insurance mending Coach Harold Hazelwoodfor Contact Sheriff's office. in next four weekly issues.

Agency. his work with the team this tr *; I Witness my hand and official seal
/ 1 at Starke Florida, this July 29.
Only 25 students can be accepted season. CEMETERY WORKING 1933.

The Post approve a plan ad- There will be a working at De- OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby !
and more than half the As Clerk of said Court !
vanced by Jack Trawick wherebythe ian Cemetery on Thursday, By Marian I..
class has already been enrolled. Aug. Crosby Deputy Clerk :
would contribute to a 1 20. All Interested Zach H. Douglas, SOS Lynch Build-:
interested in Legion t persons are
anyone 3i: L ing Jacksonville Florida. i
taking the course is urged to en fund pool made up by, local civic urged to attend. Attys. for Plf. 7/31 4t 8/21 i t

roll at once as all places may be groups and churches to provide I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO t.:

filled by the time the class starts, :emergency funds for use by the 4It REGISTER FICTITIOUS SAME ]
w.c.T.u.REMEMBER !. Notice is hereby given that the
County Child rens Committee.A .
and it will then ,be too late. undersigned under the provisions

Anyone interested can enroll by safety film was shown by 1 J'' ,- IF YOU DOXT of Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida.
Acts of 1)41. will register with the
contacting Mr. Moore at the Frank! Eskridge of the Florida It/ < STAND UP FOR SOMETHING Clerk of the Circuit Court in and

HoteLRecent Highway PatroL r- ,, ; : -,( ": -<' '. YOU WILL FALL FOR ANYTHING. for Bradford County. State of Florida .
Magnolia -.
y.. .. <. '. .
; .. h"" upon receipt of proof of publication !
: .
: "f.'Y '" : ; I I of this notice the fictitious .

Birth Sing Convention $6: ',\', 10 7'..:..'.:w'" .I (X.TIOX.L'OICE..) I name of Advance Sign Co. under I PROTECTION of one's prop- J
.;t\ I which we are engaged in business,
} I CILL FOR BIDS on Court St Starke, Fla. I erty called for armor and l

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Triest of I The Bradford-Union Singing Sealed bids will be received by the i Apts.Sole Starke owner Fla.R. A. Shutt, Hoover walled castles.

Keystone Heights announce the Convention \'tillmeet, Sunday Aug.I at City the Council City Hall of the in Starke.City of Florida Starke,, Dated this 27th day of July 1\

birth of a son, Ernest Blester, 2. at 2 .o'clock at the Fairbanks II I until 8:00: o'clock P.M.. on Tuesday. A.D.. 1933, Starke. Bradford 7/31 County.Fla. U 821OTICI Both the drawbridge and the J J

2( In Doctors Clinic Chur h. inter- \ugubt 18, 1953: at which time and
Jr. Baptist Everyone
on July I place all bids received will be I I iron suit are now out of

Hospital I ested in gospel singing is invited.I MINIATURE FOREST WILL BE DISPLAYED publicly the One following 16000 opened:G.B.W.and read Rated aloud.Truck on In Probate.In Bradford the> Court. County TO of the CREDITORS, ('o..tJ.I1J Florida. (IB'", get fashion.much However more dependable you can I

with 102 inch C. A.
Dimension. re: K&tate of EdWard Seabright
Standard protection for home and
i Tree growers in Bradford County -1 Tree growers in this area will have an opportunity soon to see the and two 4-speed transmission r)"c"-ased. your l
rear axle. F.O.P., TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS its contents today.
$ I _and surrounding area will have first miniature portable forestry exhibit ever constructed. Mountedon Starke. Florida. Bid price to be HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS .

UP I an opportunity to see the first a trailer, the exhibit will show local landowners how to increase adjusted Body Mounting on freight point.difference to AGAINST SAID ESTATE:

uortable miniature forestry displayever their woodland The said City reserves the right to You and each of you are hereby Ask us for strong and adequate -,
income. notified and required to present any
TO constructed when it is placed -I accept or reject any or all bids. claims and demands which you. or insurance.

1 JIJU on exhibit at the Torode Chev* eral manager of the sponsoring succeed in awakening or re-em- By City; Carl'of Starke.Johns, City Florida Clerk either estate of of you Edward, may have Seabright.against dereaped the-

E' rolet Co. in Starke on Tuesday association "but for the first time phasizing the stake ,all citizens 1/31 St 8/14 late of said County to the
County Judge of Bradford County.
Aug. 4. I this will in of the South CALL FOR BIDS
display permit takingthe have the forests Florida at his office in the courthouse '
.: assretsrrrrrJSSSrSSS In order to make it convenient Sealed bids will be receiveed by the H. C. WALL
same informative illustrationto Malsberger said. "If we succeed, City Council of the City of Starke, said County at Starke

CONFIDENTIALPrompt for piople to view a realistic the people who have -not attended then all people ,will be careful at the City Hall in Starke, Florida, month Florida. from within the time eight of the calendar first I
miniature forest, the Southern until 8:00: o'clock P.M., on Tuesday, ,
such demonstrations. with fire in the woods and forest 18. publication of this notice. Each AGENCY
1953. '
at which time and
SrfltSSSSSSrS rssflflfl Pulpwood Conservation Associa- "The purpose of this display," owners will think enough of their place all bids received will be and claim shall or demand state the shall place be of in residence writing, Phone 146 'I

tion constructed series of scale- he said "is to show timberland trees to have them cut properlyand publicly opened and read aloud, on and post office of the claImant. and

Friendly Service model displays, 'complete with!.. owners how to increase their assure future crops." the OneP following enclosed: Packer type Gar his shall or be her sworn agent to or by attorney the claimant., and 200 E. Call Street 1

sssssssrssssssssrflSflflSSSSSS tssssssSfl.tfl midget pines, inch-long power growth of wood three to four times An Area Forester will be on bage collection unit, 12 Cubic any such claim or demand not so Starke

saws and even a pocket-size me- I through fire protection reforestation hand to answer questions con Yard mounted Capacity.on truck Body furnished to by be filed shall be void. bAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAALAAA

STARKE LOAN &. FINANCE CO. chanical tree planter. Then all the and proper harvesting prac-I cerning local forest problems.The _, City ,of_.Starke. Florida. Cassie Seabright. As Administra

exhibits were assembled on a tices." I. ine faicuctty reserves the right toac.t'jJt
Container Corporation of or reject any or all bids. :1\
constructed trailer. of .tIt't'
specially City Starke Florida S
Phone 160 In Canova Drug Store A sound system has been built America and Rayonier. Inc., both By: Carl Johns, City Clerk
"Thousands of actual .
p forestry _______ 7/31 3t 8/14 __ _
q- into the trailer and recorded of Fernandina, are. members of -- '
demonstrations have been stagedin
. I- voices explain the conservation the Pulpwood Association and are !. Circuit ('ourt. Bradford County, ,, __ _
the South." stated H. J. Mals- Florida la ("hau>l''rT.
-II I practices depicted by the exhibit. sponsoring the exhibit during its Harvey O. Moore, Plaintiff, vs. Ru- ,.r,

berger of Atlanta, Georgia, gen- "It is hoped this display will display in Starke. / dell Moore Defendant..

INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE I Case No. 995!? ', 1 .._,. I rt5$
Post Office Department is not Order Of p..ltllratioa'.11 Motlee To
.Appear Staff Of Florida Tot *
due. to any lack of efficiency on Rudell Moore. whose resideir and .J

the part of Post Office employees, address is: 714 Scott Street, Scotts- .
boro, Alabama. .
7J/iITHt but it's because. the Federal You :
are required to appear on
BILLY MATTHEWS' Government subsidizes mail services August 31. 1953.: in the above named
in instances. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
seeks divorce. Bradford County Tel- oI01tsc '
WASHINGTON Recent visitors to my office eeraph shall publish this Order in ,
have included Mr. and Mrs. Michael next four weekly issues. IL : ,0.1I -
Witness my hand and official : t
NEWS LETTER Gilhooly and daughter, Elaine seal at Starke Florida this July ,\. ,\ -;
of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Tyler :30. 1953. ".II, t'liS \ '
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles S \ \ c
A. Darby \
,0' t"\ -
: Jones and daughters Ginger and .,& _
As Clerk
of said Court I! .t \
TELEVISION Sandra, of Brooker. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk i-: \ o'IIIIOstIS -I
,recently passed two bill because I felt that it would I Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Build. q .. .
.., :,. I. Sincerely ing. Jacksonville, Florida. c; t.\ ..
are of special interestto mean our farmers and other 0\\ "it. \ 0'\\ :
Sates con Billy Matthews, Attys. for PIf 7/31 4t 8/21 .. 0 \)"\ \" I
farmers. One entitled "A Bill sumers of electricity would haveto I S ,,0\\ 1-""\ .,&"" ,t.\ I

and Service to Simplify Customs, Laws and pay more for electricity because POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS S Iph,\ ..,,, t.\,1-\

a tariff we depend on oil toa i I c.t.\ ,
Regulations' was really imports
r I rtrJJ I bill. One -purpose of this bill to to certain extent for our home con ,,,,: :001I
224 Nl Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida ATTENTION -''c (\ ., I
try to 'open up for us markets sumption. This bill also, accord- \,0\ ..\" ,I

abroad. We want 'to be. able to ing to leaders of thee' House, FQR MAYORI 0 ,, ,,, t\\ t\\ ;
I \1 \i \.
If You Have \
sell our tobacco, cotton and other would have .destroyed our entire: I wish to Announce my candidacy '. S 1,6. \"t\ t\l1i .

I farm products to foreign nations, Reciprocal Trade Agreement Program for re-election to the office \ S S\" ,0\0 1 \.t\\1 S

(Nt .)&\ "i1I'f.lI'E\fm: If.',[i).')1[ (..TIII:It.) I\, and the fact that these foreign and we realize that we of Mayor of the City of Starke. TIMBER TO SELL 1. SI. C....,\"c.'It,0,,\\\\

with" have to trade with nationsif Florida. It the honor ,,, ,0 ..1o
I nations do not have dollars foreign People me PINE OR CYPRESS S \\\ ,,\ '
-. I which to buy our products is one we expect to continue a democracy by returning me to this office, I 0 \"\ '
FOR RENT Unfvritlibed hOUIe. JOEl OPPORTUNITY- have in free world. I S :,,6\\ \,,\ oo \tOO\),, 1.:;
Inquire --I reason why, we the problemof a Especially I will serve them honestly, efficiently Large or Small Tracts .
at Bu Station. tf wanting to learn chain I 000 ..\ ,\t.
mess must be willing to work ip farm surpluses. The. bill that In the South do we have (o ly impartially as I have In 1L,. __ .,& ",
000 "
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE on another city. 18 to 3$ years ot we passed will I hope, help us keep in mind that we'must continue the past. I ernestly solicit your We Buy All "& ,,,\)'
landing Highway" north ude. between age with high school education. t. 0 )10
products to export our farm Vote and for \
sell our farm abroad. surpluses. Support my reelection ..\
the two cement bridges. 1 No experience necessary startingpay I I
ml. from Call St. bridge. Writeto .U0 tQ $40 and regular In- Another bill of especial interestto One bill that will be considered as Your Mayor. PAY TOP PRICES S 'A,.

Mrs. Luclna M.! Wynn, Besstnt creases.. Apply local manager! during this session of the Congressis ,
Road. Rt. 1. Box 2-C, Starke. Fla. Lotetts. Itc-ng our farmcfs is the Farm Credit SincerelyJ. S ; I ._ IfI'
tfchs Bill which the House passed bya the so-called increase in postal R. Wainwright C '

LET J. D. ODOM. JR.HAXDLK. FOR with RENT kitchen-Nicely privileges.furnished Young room voice vote. Its purpose is to reorganize rates.' I believe we should have I Write or Call I''I'I ;.\.

tOUR lady only. $3 per week. Phone Farm Credit Administration more time to consider this pro- FOR CHIEF OF POLICE I !
CATTLE:' AND- HOGS ZOj-.I. Itchg blem. Although all of'us want to :J
? : to assist farmers with
-5aLE3- our I am a candidate. for Chief of
1jyp GaIM1IvItl.Oak Each WrtanUarK fb PrMar FOR SALE-ZOO. strawberry plantson their credit problems. The bill do something about the Post Office Police of Starke. If you elect me B. T. THOMAS ,

new ground., Sell b'y bed. Rod- reduces sharply the influences of j Department's deficit I am
to serve I promise courtesy,
man Underhill 4% miles on Rai- not in you.
RADIOS REPAIRED ford Rd. 4tp S/U the ecretary of Agriculture and favor of Increasing the 'consideration, and an impartial LUMBER CO.

All Makes All M 4cU puts more of the policy of the rates oh some classes of mail. Especially performance of the duties of the
FOR RENT-r-Two 4-room houses, PHONE 211JP. Bottom Dollar
R.._.. l. charge* ERaFa.telcI1.3. am I opposed to increas-
SHEPHERD I. one furnished one patly furnished. Farm Credit Administration directly office. It is my hope to expand 0. Box
301 S. Water St. ltp ing the. rates on first-class mail 735
103 W. Call It. Stark Ph. 1St into the farmers' hands. I I I the athletic and recreational program .
,since it its STARKE, FLA. ..
believe this Is' a desirable pays own way now.
WHITE WOMEN very for
applicants wanted. our young people,
WANTED-Graduate nuna ot Apply Bradford. Furniture Corp.tf change. :We must keep in mind, however, co-operation is solicited. 147 W. CALL ST STARKE, FLA.
licensed practical for general : I your !
duty. Doctor's Clinic Hospital. To give you an idea of how the Ii i that the deficit in the Herbert Thomas
iOl W. 'all St.. Starke. Fla. tf -
FOR SALE-Good used Norge electric -
House has cut appropriations bills.
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range. Cats Home Appli- I II -riiir
FOR SALE *- x Jx II" Con- ance. Phone 10. Hohg I'd like to tell you about the latest -I _
erete Block ISc each. Plenty of Mitchell :3-4 :
Mortar Mix and Cement. Brad. Supplemental Appropriations H.P- SALE PRICE
ford Engineering Company. Phone FOR RETFurnlshed inside, modern cottage redecorated -!!I Bill which the House passed re-
'4. tft'OR con-I{ SAT. MON. ONLY
venviences. 1 block from school I.cently. This bill was cut by 84 AIR CONDITIONER -
613 I
Adults McMahote. Phone $275
; SALE-7-16 acre of land and 1S3-W. Mrs. A. F. Sauls. .per cent, from approximately one
house (unfinished) between Starke
and Lawter. Price 1500. Write!\ |! billion dollars. The final
}1 M. Anderson. Sta. A. Daytona FOR RENT-Newly rl'corated 3,I ation I was ?168 million I II REGULAR PRICE $379.95
Beach. Fla.. .or call phone No. room and bath garage apartment.all appropri.1
J.JJ7X.. Holly Hill Fla. 4tp 8/14 electric kitchen. Mrs. J. M.j j[Defense, the Voice of CHILDREN'S
Mitchell.' Itchg I I the President's Council SUMMER HEATS IN WINTER C

The per bu. on treea. Ira W.(, FOR RENT-Four room ('ottag..1 nomic Advisors, and, other activi
Ut. furnished or !' at ask the question.
Andreu. 2. Box 244 Starke. ties. You may
I ml. weft pa Lake Butler graded Kingsley Court on Kingsley Lake I EMERSON JUNIOROSCILLATING
these decreased
with all of
road. \ lip Road near Camp Blanding. Inq. \why
E, Nuernberger, Kingsley Court. appropriations are we not able DRESSES

FOR SALE-Cedar Chests, site 31, Ito to cut taxes? The answer to that( FANS
In. long. $:1.50 each. One 40.1n.1
long cedar cheat $35 I remodel all FOR RENT-Two bedroom. frame question is that the effect of those

kinds of, old _,furniture. Otis house complete with hot water.I appropriations cuts will not start
Adams, Sr.. Rt 1, Colley Road,l' heater and bath, on Alton Rd. 10 AND 12 INCH.
Starke Fla. Ztp 7/J1 Terms. See Frank; Thomas. on' reflecting themselves in the budget Regular $1.00 Values in
nrcmis.( Stn R'14 ,
until July.
FOR RENT-CABINS.' 2 rooms and REDUCED 10 PER CENT Sizes 1 to'6Drastically
bath, furnished and FOR S.\LE-t's..d Gas Range $59.35. We are all hoping Congresswill

Gas, electric and hot unfurnlShed.,1, also Used Gas Refrigerator 9995. adjourn this next week until 9 Reduced
er. PJnehurst Court __Slade Gas Co. !tche to
January 3 1954. If it does, thiswill
Highway. Starke.
4tch 8/11
FOR SALE-New 4 room house. be the next to my last reporton Make Way for School Dresses
'ANTED-Farm cr high. dry acreage modern conveniences, school bus
the first session of the 83rd
Describe fully: land. buildIngs by, door. 143 acres of ground part I STARKE'HARDWARE CO.
price, location. Private. Ca>h. Iv fenced. Phone !.!6nnie Congress. I want to thank all of STOCK UP AND SAVE !
Write Box 823-H. tarke, FU. SchofielH. Rt. 2, Pox 134. Lake the newspapers in our district
!tp 7S1JUICY. Butler. Fla. ItchgOPPOHTrMTV I I'O'R Starke. Fla.
II|who have carried these reports .
I I ,
TO Our present plans are to open up
ORANGES for sale. $! bu. at farm
(Not Sundays). Pring container.' OW IOIRi OWN !'TORJ' I|I an office in the Post Office Build- -:__ _. -,--.-. SHORTY

C. W. Jenkins, near A. C. L. dtP<)t.,i,Become one o( the more than 2,700 ing in my home city Gainesville,
Johnson Fla. frPutnarn County) L. financially independent owners of I
tip 8r>7 I|,I profitable W.'ternuto. AssociateStores J Ji [I about the middle .ot August. This

I retailing' famous; national- :office will be supervised by Miss I HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT
FOR SALE-197 aere, i houses. I I ly-advertled brands: of auto sup-
pulpwood and caw timber c'prt'I''i j I plies, bicycles, radios and T",,i Janice Bridwell from Lake But-

and pine. One-half mi. frontage on I| sporting goods home appliances, ler. You may write me either in 301 1-2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301 PAJAMASAND
Road 100. 10 mi. west of etc.'
R. J. Turner, Sr. Lake Starke'j O.wl location available in Florida. l Gainesville or in Washington. We

Fla. 4tp 7/S1 Georgia and Suth Carolina. No i i|I shall have both cHSces open fo'
experience needed. We train Regular Meals Weekly Specials
you remainder the I -
EARTHWORMS FOR S.LEE in IIIU'f't''ful tested and proven J J!I the of year. plan

Currency, Thompson fU., between I merchandising methods. Minimum -1 I i r to get around the district as rapidly Fountain Service
Washington and 10th. Also at I rash Investment of $10,000. CAMISOLES
West End Ooc 'rv, let !I"* needed as possible. shaking
I Write us for complete information and talking with you about the
problems of the nation.Th'11ousp .
suite. !>prln"rs and mattress. 1'Ta10r \\ ESTIKiro MPPI.V ('0. Hholr.nlf. g S Regular $1.00 Values
Tot Strolle 1 oair Detec- \\ Uh 1,1.a 1,i i iSM this pist week pass-

to Raby Scales, :05 W. Madison .:. rtrd Street ';i iJark ed .H. R. 157. a'bill' to repeal the DINNERS
St. ttn ,....\III... Florida '
I Phone 3-M21. 'i20 per cent tax on movie theatre
FOR RENT-Tifnrnished H, u'"e': tchg S SI admissions. This bill has: also been REDUCED, FOR CLEARANCE !
with four large rooms and bath. i;,
screened porch Co.tact Ed Pr.C ". passed by the Senate and will now I THOMAS
.. ,.. run HEXT-Furnished, Keystone :! ,
v .tI' r'h 7 Si i .,
the ----- --
!I to President for his --
I Heights area house on Lake Gen- :j go signa-, __p-.I -

\vAcrKI-v"u7' f..n .".t' 21-S5. {I I eva ele.'t. equipped hut and coM''i ture. Another iMportant bill that .
water Sleeps I t. Write 1441 Chal"i .' GARAGE & SERVICE STATION We
married r establIshed Refund
"r insurance I Exchangefe
debIt. Lih-r.l retirement and ''' Ave. Jacksonville. Fla. or I]I was passed this past week was an 11 11I We Satisfy
insurance fareerm I Phone Tax S-1SS4 after 6 PM. [amendment to the Railroad Retirement
group program NOT collect.FOR I I
only need apply. Write Box I n' Act which permits retired -
4S1 P1aP. .ftp I'SF'1... 'It" '11..1 I OPEN 24 ,HOURS
railroad employees to
RENT OR SALE Two story j I get'
VSF1 11IF.-'F.I.4I frame house; It rooms. 2 baths. I I benefits from Social Security a?I Ii Iwell 'EXPERT REPAIRS BOTTOM
US! r.U" IHS.- IuIEa'T. J"'III"c block from
town. Located E.
on J i is from the Railroad Retirement
tractors good 9:00 r'JO tires excellent Madison St., Starke. Fla. Reasonable -
mechanical condition I."- terms. A bargain for cash. Board. WRECKER SERVICE

cellent. outward appearance, air 1, Write or phone Fred Guy S29 E. .One bill that was defeated was
h 'rn 11. air brakes brake connections. > -I l'nlve"ltyve.., phone 3701.
One equipped with log trailr Gainesville Fla. H. R. 5S94. that would restrict
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readr to rt to the wonds. I oil lead and zinc imports into PHONE 211-J STARKE, FLA. 147 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.
Turns Groff CMC Trucks. Inc. :
Ph. 4.C1.:: 1H W. Bs ver St.. FOR SALE-Building lots In Starke I.this country. I voted against this p -
Jacksonville, Fla. Ztp S/7 $395.09. C. A. Futch. ltchg -I-- -


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