Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official County. .Publication Established In 1879



-r c -- -. -,:- -- ; -ci' School Board OK's $683,000 Budget;, New Flag For Courtroom... Office Of City Clerk Draws Contest;

Salaries Biggest Item Of Increase f.-, I Registration Light As Deadline Nears

In a broiling temperature Monday, the Bradford County li1 Competition for another major office in the forthcoming

School Board sat in session and sweated out a school budgetfor City Election developed this week as L. F. (Monk) Dinkins

the coming year. A budget totalling $683,139 was finally .' local service station owner, announced his candidacy for the

I.a approved by the Board and has yet to be approved in Talla office of City Clerk.

hassee.The The incumbent clerk Carl Johns,_ _ _ ___

new budget is an increase _______ __ announced that he would be a the council table.H. .
candidate for re-election.
of $117,033 over last year's budgetof Accepted the resignation of C. Ritch, who was appointedto
$566,106. The increase is accounted Robert O. Davison language Another spirited race is expected fill the unexpired term of the
to develop in the contest for
for by a carry-over of a teacher at Bradford High School. 'ill .... late P. L. Bridges on the council
Chief of Police where
i:4: $42,000! capital outlay fund, an Decided to sell a' small tractof incunrfjentW will not ask re-election.
a'r. i2 E. Thornton is
increase in the Min&rfim Founda-I timber which lies west of the H opposed by I As of noon Wednesday, only
1.w-: Herb Thomas, former baseball
k tion Program, a $200 high school athletic field and accept I 64 voters in the area that is proposed
-44, for teachers, and the addition of bids for said timber at next pro, and now a local restaurant to be taken into the city
ten new teachers. meeting. (Present plans are to by an extension: of its limits, had
Budgeted for instructional sal- convert timber site into play Incumbent Mayor J. R. Wainwright registered for this special election

aries this .year"Is a total of $412- ground.) is still unopposed with which will be. held on the same
with $331,000 the deadline for qualifying (Au- date as the
i 758, as compared regular election, Sept.
In a.move to cut expensesin
j which went for salaries last year. gust 18) only 10 days off. 8.
the school bus nfiintenance -Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by the TelegraphA : Only two candidates far have
j Other major items appearingin so Since the books were opened
department, the Board decidedto I
the new budget are: $43,000 for announced for the two upcoming last July, a total of 86 new voters
use the chief mechanic RaleighA. A flag for the Bradford County courtroom was presented to
transportation; $25,000 for operation vacancies on the City Council. in- have registered as qualified votersin
Brannen, as a ,driver on the Circuit Judge G. L. Patten in brief ceremonies here last week by the
of school plants (janitors. cumbent W. T. Jackson will stand. the regular city elections.The .
Hampton school bus route. This Woodmen of the World. From left to right above: Cecil Sew ell,
ntenance for re-election, and local restau-
utilities, building I'i\| deadline for registering for
etc.); $20,000 for lunches (most will county result of $110 in a saving month to, if the it secretary of local WOW ramp; County Judge T. A. Yawn,; Judge I ranteur George Kopelousos has both elections is Saturday, Aug.

of which will come from Federal per Patten; and J. W. Yeoman, district WOW manager, who made the I stated he will seek a seal around 8.
works out all right, Supt. H. 3 I
sources); $7,500 for text books; I presentation. I Ii I
and $7,500 for insurance. Morgan said.Representatives. i 1 Girl Involved t Hercules Picnic
of the H. C.
t About 13 percent, or $86,554.of .
the, budget. will have to be raised Wall and the Charley Johns insurance First In Morals Case \Set For
-- Nassau
Prisoners Sent To 15
Camp Aug.
locally throUh taxes. Federal agencies appeared before I Is Sent To OcalaThe
-Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the TelegraphPictured I sources will provide $28,600, and the Board; in an effort to have an
agreement regarding School Insurance 16-year-old stepdaughter of Members of the Survey Depart-
from State
will the.
$40,000 come
that would-be offendersat Bradford County prisoners, in warden. There were three prisoners -
at is the new sign greets
John Lammons 43
top commission fund. The balance -i rescinded. The Board had Jacksonville ment of Hercules Powder Co. and
racing the their in this first
future work They were:
the newljr cleaned-up city dumping grounds. The one-time eyesore will come froirj the state. previously voted to give onethirdof who was recently convicted on a their families will be guests at a
sentences in Nassau County. Brad- L. E. Ratliff, serving a 6-months
Is now almost entirely vanished and files and rats have been cut to a from the approved bud- the insurance to Conner Bros. morals charge, has been committed barbecue at Strickland's Landing -
Turning ford County Sheriff P. D. Reddish sentence; Leon Wynn, 60-day
minimum. |I get, the Board: Agency. No action was takenon announced this week that an agree- sentence; and Harold Crawford to the Florida Industrial School Kingsley Lake on Saturday,

Scene below shows sanitary fill system that has been InstitutedIn I I Approved the teachers' salary, this matter, but the Board ment had been worked out with with a 30-day sentence. for Girls at Ocala. Sheriff P. D. Aug. 15, at 12 noon.

place of surface dumping. Long trenches were dug by a bulldozer schedule including the $200 raise agreed to investigate and discuss Nassau County, whereby prisonersof Several years ago, according to Reddish Ocala took the teen-age girl to.. The occasion of this barbecueis

b then In excavation and later covered. Hercules for all teachers. the matter further. Reddish Monday. to celebrate the Survey De-
garbage dumped Bradford County would be transferred the county had a similar '
The girl had been living with partarfnt's 10 record
Powder Co., whose new maintenance shop Is'just across from dump to Nassau County work agreement with Nassau County, years safety
Lammons who
stepfather recently without an industrial injury.
,lite, donated bulldozer and operator to clean up unsightly grounds. I New RegulationFor camps at no cost to Bradford bat this agreement had expired. pleaded guilty to a chargeof
CommissionersApprove County.A Recently the Board of County
adulterous cohabitation and was
token payment of $1.00 per Commissioners ordered the sheriff sentenced to one year in the state Rotary Hears Talk

I Earl Alvarez To Play \With All-Stars VE Control month per prisoner will be paid I to try to work out another agreement r prison. On National Guard

i Budget to Bradford County for use of the : for the use of prisoners by I

.. Starts August 75 prisoners. In addition, Reddish I another county. This latest agree- Scouts At CampBoy 0. P. Hutto supply sergeant

Ear Alvarez, who ended his high ,Next week's All Star game will said the county will be savipg ment with Nassau County was the with the local National Guard

school football career at BHS last I be held in connection with the an County Agent G. T.. Huggins Without Change board on the prisoners which result. Scouts of Troop 70 went to company, spoke at the Rotary Club

season has been awarded a placeon nual coaching school. at the University states that owners of hogs are In- amounts to $1.25 per- day per Sheriff Reddish said that in ad- Gainesville for their monthly Court Wednesday, giving a colorful description -

the North Florida AU Star i of Florida. Attending the!creasingly concerned about the The Board of'County Commis prisoner.The dition to saving the county money, I of Honor last week. Jan Mundorff, of the unit's activities

eleven11; which will play South' school from BHS will be Head "nearby outbreak of that dreaded sioners met briefly In regular session first group of prisoners to it is hoped that the knowledge I Charles Kirkland Lonzo Kirkland during recent field training at

& Florida AU Stars in exhibition\ 1 Coach James Hobbs Assistant I[disease in hogs vesicular exanthema Monday, then turned its lf transferred. under the agreement that they will be sent' to another. Gerry Gibson Archie Green, Ft. McClellan.It .

>Jjamexat the Gator1 Bowt inJackVBonvUle Coach Harold; Hazelwood and >ant' commonly known as,into Board of Equalization to county to work will discourage I I Freddie Stephens, Robert Barton, 'was announced that Boy
a r
was picked Monday by second
next Thursday night :addition to the coaching staffijira VE. the '.. up offenders or repeaters from William Alderman, and Robert Scouts of Troop 70 were badlyin
t : purpose of hearing any complaints the Nassau County prison
J.JJortng his high i school career' j. Hurst_ who will. ,)handle, ,B In all cases reported to date, or cotrfnents regarding the camp having themselves confined. I Kelly received merit badges. need of water at their new
:'Alvarez, won distinctionas': All Huggins said the outbreak hasbeen Charles Noegel went for advancement site near Sairison Lake,
1{ Squad football and Varsity ,'i assessed values of property as theyappeared camp
Conference ,Guard' in the East I 'traced back to, feeding rawIrgarba'g :on ,tfc* Tax .A* .) :Ef er Been 'Caught' In The Courthouse?! to Second Class and I'and the club members agreed ,to
'.. ..Florida_ t!. ci.1nJ, l5a.nd- t1'fur.rMri\J! : ing h !:'; !TheState 'Gvestock tax roll for >1953. jdt" .Gerry Gibson went up for Star. to, underwrite the expense of a
'53 seasons. I term. Board lists 13 names' of j Scoutmaster Harry Green, Mr.]well.
No so the
complainants appeared
men who are owners of garbage- i,Equalization Board adjourned and No longer will unsuspecting attorneys I Courthouse employees frequently I.I Kirkland, Mr. Stallings, and Mr. President J. R. Kelly announced

Interest In Postmaster Examination fed swine in Bradford County. re-convened as the Board of Commissioners lingering in the cpurt- leave their keys "in their otherpants" Nolin accompanied the boys. I that the board of directors will

I The county agent reminds owners attending to the following house wash rooms after 5 p.m., and if business keeps themat I I The Scouts are now enjoying meet Monday night at 7 o'clockfor
that a law becomes effectiveon find themselves locked in for the their desk after 5 when I I their week's camp at the new

Shown By Large Group of Applicants August 15 setting forth the Adoption business without: change of a night in Bradford County's center the courthouse janitor leaves p.m. they I'''camp site on Sampson Lake. supper at the E. L. Matthews

,regulations' under which garbage budget which had previously been of justice. have to phone out to someone to -Jan Mundorff, Reporter I cottage on Kingsley Lake.Yfhite .
With the closing date Tuesday, service examination in Gainesville : .
be fed to This includesall -
may hogs. tentative The Board of County Commis- come and release them. 1.
August 11, rapidly approaching. at a date to be announced. I I. published as a budget.
class of
hogs fed any garbage The new budget calls for a $10,000 sioners, in session here Monday, Then too, on an average of'
some 20 persons have sought application Applicants must have reached farm-raised that With
hogs are
i iI i in once or twice a week, someone- Lespedez'A
blanks to be filled out their 25th birthda), but must not fed waste from the home kitchen or so increase expendituresover authorized Clerk Chas. A. Darbyto
last but the frequently an out of town at-
year's budget
and filed for the position of postmaster have passed their 63rd birthday The law that have all locks on the court-
says any person
I remained the torney-lingers too long in the
of the Starke post office. in the closing date for applica- tax levy _
ft'eding'garbage '
house doors
I I collecting and at 17.25 mills. changed so that they wash room and emerges to find ;,
The number of application 'ions. These age limits do not apply same -. 4v --
make -
15 be
after August application and the bid can opened from the inside. himself an unwilling prisoner. -
Examined accepted
handed out, however, does to with veteran -
blanks pref-
persons to the State Livestock Sani- to Clerk Darby explained that the The Commissioners agreed with
of Addressograph equipment
not necessarily indicate the number erence. I tary Board for a :permit., Such be Installed in the Tax Collector'sand old-style locks, which require the Clerk Darby that the locks shouldbe
there will actually
of be.applicants Sixteen applicants took- ,Applicants must have physically I permit will be issued after inspection Assessor's offices. This was application of a key to get out changed because-after*all- .

here last January which resided for one year within the de- :I has been made to determine the only bid received and the bid- as well as in, have caused no lit- who knows when a County Commissioner -
tne exjar: I'
of the office concern- that facilities are on hand I' tle embarrassment and inconvienceto might find himself
post ,
was later thrown out by the new very der offered to install theequip-
to heat to at least 212: courthouse attaches and visiI
garbage sans key, the
on inside
able devote it for
GOP administration. sd and must be to I rrpnt and service one year '
degrees F. for at least 30 minutes. I I tors. '**!' _
Applicants for the postmaster dght hours of personal attention I for $5.238.Accepted.
position, which pays an annual to the duties of postnpster during There are other items necessaryfor I the apparent low bid I :
I I the applicant to meet beforehe Lane Believed Rites Held
saryof $5,070, will take a civil .he business part of the day. of Starke Builders' Supplies for ,I MondayFor
can obtain a permit to feed a 1-ton and a 3-4 ton air con Nancy BirdIn &ry

Noisy Trucks Funeral Tuesday garbage after August 15. ditioning unit for the CircuitJudge's Lost On Plane
characterized the for- I
I VE is by office. These units were GainesvilleMrs. '
For Mrs. EnglandFuneral I mation of "blisters" on the skin offered the successful bidder
Get Frown HereIt's of the and extend into by Airman 1-c Joseph B. Lane, .
may for a total of $609.90. The other Nancy Knight Bird, 19,
.I services for Mrs. Emma the* nostrils. Blisters may also bidder Smith's Garage, offeredthe son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Guy died suddenly Friday, July 31, Li

a little quieter around ,. Weeks England were held Tuesday appear on 'the soft tissues just same capacity units (but of Edwards of Starke, was identi- St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville,
it' afternoon at the DeWitt C. Jones hoof and beneath the fied last night as among the 23 where
ccurt house nowadays, or so above the different make) for a total of she had been taken for
seems to County Judge T. A. Chapel in Starke, with the Rev. i' pads of the feet. These blisters $738 $698 without thermo men aboard an Air Force RB36 rest and treatment.Mrs. .

(Alex) Yawn. A lady visitor ,In\\,Lewis D. Haines officiating. Interment contain a clear, strawcoloredfluid. I stats.or The new units were installed bomber that crashed in flair rs in Bird was born October 28,

the Judge's office agreed too, was in the family plot inj I I' There is high temperaturein 'this week.Dempsey. the icy North Atlantic about 420 1933. and was the daughter of

it seemed quieter. :I Santa Fe cemetery. |'' the early stages, but it dropsto I I miles west of Scotland before Mrs. Merry E. Knight of Gainesville

This newly acquired quietness Mis. England the widow of the normal after blisters rupture dawn Wednesday.Lane 1 and Hollis V. Knight of

around the court house is due to I !'ate Dr. W. G. England of Cedar- and begin to heal. Symptoms of I MotelTo is the son of Mrs. E. E'I Starke. She spent most. of her I I 48-inch tall Sericea Lespedeza plant is measured by J B. White,
I town, Ga., died at the home of Eaddy of Jacksonville and
thesheriffs to distinguish
the recent crackdown by the above nature are easy 'life in Starke and graduated from ;
office on the drivers of':I her son in Savannah, Ga., Sunday and should be reported if Open SoonLate' married to the former Ruth Ed- Bradford High School in the class Bradford Conservation, District Cooperator of Heilbronn Springs,

noisy trucks. These trucks used night I I noticed. wards of Starke last November.He of 1951. |. and Bill Haas. Soil Conservationist. Mr. White states that as far

to lumber past the court house and Born' in Waldo, Fla., Feb. 25. I "Strict regulations dealing with delivery of certain furni- joined the Air Force about She was married to Robert S, as he knows this planting of Sericea is the only one of its kind hi

disrupt trial proceedings with their j 86:>, Irs. Engfand was the daugh1 this hog disease are for our own ture items is the only thing hold- seven years ago. Bird on Sept. 26,1951 and after Mr. Bradford County. Sericea Lespedeza is a perennial .legume used for

noisy mufflers (or lack of mufflers -ter of the late Rev Silas and Kath- I good. Let us do our part in helping the opening of the Motel The plane was carrying 23 men Bird's release from the service razing, hay and soil improvement. It has remarkable ability to
). I erine Thigpen Weeks. She was ,'I to keep VE out of our county," Dempsey up the modern new rptor' to Britain'from Travis Air Force they made their home in Gaines- resist drought and'grow in poor land. Sericea plants start growth

During the past few weeks, a member of the Baptist Church I' County Agen ,, Huggins said. court on Temple Ave. Base, Calif.. on a training mis- ville. very slowly and it takes two or three seasons to get satisfactory
raembeis of the sheriffs office and Order of the Eastern Star. I recently sion when it was stricken and
"of -
outbreak VE was '
0 The furniture has been on order Surviving besides her husband stands. Sericea hay is leaf and cures easily with yields of over
have arrested four drivers of noisy Surviving Mrs. England are: a Duval County. I crashed at sea. j
reported in to and parents, are an- infant son,
I for quite some time, according I two tons per acre under favorable conditions. There are two strainsof
John knownto
trucks who appeared before Judge son Elliot of Savannah: a Only four survivors are
Robert Grandin Bird brothers
I. Mrs. A. T. Dempsey one of the [ ; two -; sericea the and the Arlington, which is Improved strain.
Yawn and were charged with /rother, Truman Weeks of Jacksonville Council have been rescued so far although Charles E. Knight, with the common an
co-owners, but for some unex- searches A stand of sericea is good drought insurance, and Mr. Whiteis
operating motor ,'ehielesilh improper ; and two sisters. Mrs. it has not been one of the greatest armed forces in Germany, and pure

mufflers. They were allowed Mary Geiger of Starke, and Mrs. I Unusually QuietThe delivered.The plainable. reason I in the history of the Atlantic 'Hollis V. Knight Jr., Tucson. Ariz.: I Ia pleased with results so far.
after $25 Lillie Wainwright of Hawthorne.Recent is continuing in the wind and
to posting
go court is expected : sister Merry Beth Colson, Tucson .
new -
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City Council met Tuesday rain-torn darkness where gales ;- -
to in the near future, i i Ariz., and her grandparents, it
Yawn said that it is. hoped that Birth night, handling mostly r utine ,however open, and will contain eight whipped up waves as high as a Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight of -
word of the four arrests will pass business. The possible purchase of I house.: Starke. -

around among the truck drivers, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Crews of a garbage collection, unit and units. The owners. Mr. and Mrs. !\ The young AI.I1'rn'sife is re Funeral services were held in
who live at Kings
thereby causing truck drivers in I tarke announce the birth of a truck was discussed. Bids have!. A. T. Dempsey siding at Travis AFB and up un- the First Presbyterian Church.

the future to .take it easy" as! daughter, Gloria Cathleen, in St. been asked for on this equipment, ley Lake, have been doing a good til noon Thursday her parents had, Gainesville Monday afternoon at
wdrk court themselves.
bit of the on
they pass the Bradford County! -uke's Hospital, Jacksonville, on and bids will be examined at the received no word from her confirming -
Their T. C. Dempsey, 3 o'clock with Dr. U. S. Gordonof
court house. July 19. meeting, Tuesday, August 18. I son. the loss of their son-in- Gainesville and Rev. Wm. Mc-
I and heating
installed the plumbing -
the monthof I
The clerk's report for law.
Alley of Starke officiating. In-
appearing in thelayor's plant. ,
July on cases
EXTRA EXTRA! I terment was in Evergreen Ceme-
court and the total
I amount of fines and costs was ;Teachers Begin I Leon Carter Added tery Gainesville, with DeWitt C. r4 JN

read and approved.Fire I To SCS Staff HereLeon Jones Funeral Home in charge of ,-
-- U. S. HIVAY% 301 1 iJ i Chief D. W. Carpenter appeared -![ Pre-plan Aug. 17 I 'arrangements.Pall -.--- .: -:' ---- -- c*
J i of Clay Hill began W1
before the Ccuncil with a W. Carter
In preparation: for the coming bearers were Carl Lamar .
S. Highway 301 caught on spray dust on the highway. This:plan for organizing the local vol- !I school year which starts in Brad-, work this week, as a conservation -,Johns, Drew Reddish, Clayton ---_____

fire Wednesday night and was so startled the. driver of another unteer fireman into an organized i,ford County August 31, all Brad aide with the Bradford Soil Jr. Cecil North Paul
quickly extinguished by the Starke vehicle behind. the truck that he unit and asked for the City'sbacking. ; ford County teachers will meet in CConservation District He will be -
The Council agreed to authorize Potter, and Ray Rlvette.
jammed on his brakes and skiddedon volunteer fire a pre-school planning session at an assistant to Bill Haas, district -
maybe the highway ,
didn't exactly' catch on fire .I I the w'et pavement into the"sulphur men needed to make up this unit. the Bradford High School cafe- conservationist.Mr. ;Singing Convention

although sorvtimes: it's a wonder igniting the Iniflan-n.a- \ teria at 9 a. m.. August 17. Carter is the son of Mrs. ,

it doesn't, considering the I ble dust A third car then piled Lions Have VisitorsTwo During the session teachers will Nettie Carter of Clay Hill. He I A Singing Convention will beheld

rate of speed that some travelers, into the second car to further decide lust whit they are going received his discharge from the I on Sunday, Aug. 12/at the
visitors-Charlie Parker of I I I I [ !I And Lespedeza isn't the only thing that grows well on the J B.
generate on the wide open stretches complicate matters. No one was to do regarding in-servke train- service a year ago after two years Maxville Baptist Church beginning I
Daytona Beach and C W. Colsonof I White farm. For instance, take a look at this handsome young Angus
-but to make, a long story hurt and U. S. 301 was none the Atlanta, Ga.-attended the ing and training at the county with the Army engineers. Part at 10:30 a. m, all day, with !: bull that was one year old last April 20. This bull is the pride of

short: worse for wear because the sulphur Lions Club meeting Wednesday leveL In-service training is a of that time was spent in Austria. dinner served. Several quartettes I,Mr White's fine herd of Angus cattle, and weighs around 1.000 pounds.His .

The tail gate of ,a heavilyloaded only burned on top and the II night. Lamar Currie and :Maxie study program wherein teachers Puring the last school term Mr. are expected, and everyone in- name Is EdeDa Prince of Howard 2. His great grandsire was

truck broke'about 7:30 p. m.,blaze did not reach the road sur Carter Jr. were the supper com endeavor to better acquaint them- Carter taught in the Clay Hill terested In good gospel singingis Black Peer of St. Albans, and his granddain was Bernice Blackbird C.

spilling some 16 bags of sulphur face. J mittee. selves in certain areas of study. school. urged to attend. ,



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FRIDAY... Arr.rsT -7.. 1953

, I Betty Grable StarsIn Edwards, last week. with three tables bridge last i I
I Charlotte
BRADFORD E. L MATTHEWS .:Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrel and I Wednesday. oc :I N. c.;, Walter Keystone grandchildren. The funeral was in
Gala Musical daughter Sharon were overnight Mr. and Mrs,. Mathews have Heights; and George, j!Keystone Heights Community

, COUNTY, EDITOR I Coming To FloridaBetty guests recently of the Bill Bin gone to Norfolk for a'\'acation. Gainesville; two brothers 13 '''Church I i and interment was in Keystone -
Heights Cemetery on lonI -
VI CWPOI NT hams .at Brooklyn Lake.
PUBLISHER Miss Barbara Christoffers had grandchildren and nine great day I II 'I 3 10
A TELEGRAPHOLDEST Grable, Dale Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wait antifour I Aug. at a. m.
some bad luck last week. The I
John Carroll, and Thelma Ritter I daughters are enjoying a tripto home where she was rooming in
FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD have the leading roles in "The their former home Cassadaga, Deland
was burned and all of Miss
I Farmer Takes A Wife", N. Y.Shower.
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under color musical playing at the Techni-Florida For Recent Bride Mrs.Christoffers'Bert Christoffers possessions with it. rLtft1; UP $
went downto
the Aet'of March 3, 1879. __ Theatre this Sunday and Mon On Tuesday evening, July 28, Deland on Tuesday to see her MONEY
day. Mrs. Julian Green was honored at
daughter and
help her
Scene is Rome,N. a the communitycenter fitted. re-out.1 I LOAN
Y. on the Erie Canal in the 1850'swith which was decorated with TO )
I Unanswered"'As all the excitement attendantto yellow and orchid gladioli. Mrs. Donald M. Christoffers and

Many- Questions- Congress AdjournsThe j the 25th- anniversary of the Linda Gayle Green and Jean tona children Beach.are vacationing in Day- .I" = SprSSSSSSSrsSs_

opening of the "big ditch". Endicott dressed in of .
Betty gowns pas-
first session of the 83rd Congress Missouri barge line and the federally-owned Mrs. Fredrica Christine Willis, CONFIDENTIALPrompt
: Grable is seen as the cook on the met the guests at the door
and the 'first Republican Congress under a synthetic rubber plants. prize canal boat, "Old Hickory", [I and introduced them to the guestof 83, died on August 1 In a Palatka #4 '" ... .
Republican'President in 20 years, adjournedthis Turned off shore oil over to the contigious and in a unique dream sequence honor. :Mrs. R.,N. Bevel was in nursing home after a long illness.

week. It set a mixed record in helping states. she does her first barefoot danceon charge of the guest book. I Mrs. Willis was a resident of Keystone -- Friendly Service

campaign Left unanswered by the Congress were Heights for more than ..,. .
President Eisenhower fulfill his the screen with a horse for a Games were played and prizes 30 I I. II' I
pledges and to the lasting credit of the many of the most fundamental Questions of partner.Her .won by Mrs. Madelaine Williams, :years, coming here from Pittsburgh -

Democratic Party many of the most con- policy. Most of the hottest potatoes were romance with Dale RObert-I'Mrs. E. Hodge, and Mrs. H. Wait. Pa. Survivors Include two STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO.

structive' measures were'accomplished with simply left in the bin. Among these are: son a boy from the i Refreshments were served by daughters Mrs. Sidney Baker of :
Democratic support over the strong opposi- Revision of the Taft-Hartley labor rela- wants to woo her away from the/j:j the hostesses, Mrs. Bevel Mrs. :Lake Geneva, and Mrs.three Leon Wagner of I Phone 160 In Canova Drug Store

tion of members of the President's own party. tions law. life on the canal which she also :Bigham, Mrs. G. E. Green, Mrs. I ; sons, Victor,

The mood for retrenchment and economywas Farm price supports and the entire farm I loves, provides the heart interest. I Doyle Hazen. Mrs. E. J. Lewis, '-
John Carroll Is the and Mrs. H.
brawling master Douglas.
dominant throughout the session. Important problem. I DELUXE
of the..canal boat and is also Firemen's AuxiliaryThe I I Io
these and will Broadening of the social security laws.
as are no one
master of Grable's affections Firemen's
until Auxiliary met MODEL4S
quarrel with those attempting to bring more Postal rate increases. Robertson clouds his horizon. Monday evening, July 27, at the I Magic Chef Range

economy into government it must be remembered Revision of the McCarran-Walker Immi- Thelma Ritter is her inimitableself home of Mrs. Ernest Edwards.

that there is such a thing as false gration Act.Hawaiian. as the rich widow who, Plans were completed for the fish

economy.. Many observers felt that the statehood.The through five marriages, has come i:fry on Aug. 27. Mrs. Howard Wait

Republican-inspired five billion dollar slashin St. Lawrence seaway and Niagara to own practically the entire was appointed by Mrs. Andersonto ._ _

funds: for the Air Force might be placed Falls power development. town. Eddie Foy Jr.., as the re- take care of soliciting.The .

under'this heading and time might prove Revision of the tax structure.The luctant object of Miss Ritter's birthdays of Mrs. Hewlett Exclusive Features :
marital designs, adds much merriment Anderson
and Mrs.
them right.In tariff issue. Mr.' Eisenhower merelygot I Jettye Hazen
to the proceedings. were observed.
nearly every big cut President Eisen a one-year extension of the reciprocal ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER UNIT
trade agreements from this session. A membership drive will be Exclusive! Two top burners and -
hower made in the original TJruman budget, yyyyy..y
held the first meeting in September drip tray all in one unit. Catches
is well that Congresswill
Perhaps it just as
the two houses of Congress have made an '
and the
of the
place meetingwill spillovers, lifts like a feather
additional trim. The Truman budget as a take a breathing spell before tackling BROOKERGrace be announced later. ,
Washes like Burners ]
a plate. are
whole was 41 billions, the Eisenhower recom- these more fundamental issues even at the Pvt. Marvin E. Stokes formerly -I non-clog simmer-set. Instant

mendation about 36 billions, and the final expense of causing President Eisenhower to G. BlghamluuuLAAAAAAALuuuLA of Atlanta, Ga., enjoyed a 14- I automatic top lighting. f !'" ,

congressional figure somewhat over 34 bil delay making good on some of campaign day furlough recently with his '

lions. To the extent that this represents an pledges. Theoretically, they will all be introduced wife, relatives and friends in SAVING OUT BROILER T'

elimination gf waste and extravagance (of as prepared programs when -Congress Carol Cox of Gainesville .was a Brooker. At the termination of Exclusive! Open the door and the
of Susie Wait.P.
meets again next January. But the recent guest his leave he was accompanied to broiler swings out, ready for use.
which there is
always an abundance in
S. Colson of El Paso, Texasis
Convenient, smokeless.
Fun to
the fix
government) it is laudable. To the extent, time will be so short then before the fall visiting his brother,' G. B. Col- airport by his wife, TommieLou sizzling, steaks.GUARANTEED.
Mr. and
Mrs. Edd Polk
however, that the cut was effected at the elections that it is difficult to see how all son and other relatives here. I and children. He I
reported to a
expense of national security and other vital of them can be handled even at the next Wilbur Barry is visiting rela- station in the Far East.
services it is deplorable. session. tives I Wauchula for two weeks.I Each range is guaranteed for one

Among other things the 83rd Congress: During the breathing spell between now Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Williams of fTTTVTTTVTTVTVTTTTTTTTTTPINE year against defects in workman- '

Created, a new department of Health, and next January, Congressmen will be backon New Port Richey were recent ship or material. Burners are .

Education, and Welfare. the homg front and many of them will guests of Mrs. Williams' brother, LEVEL guaranteed for life.

Abandoned price and wage controls, and take this opportunity to sample grass roots G. B. Colson.Mr. .

rent controls in many: areas.. opinion on the measures acted upon at this and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Jr. by Mrs. IL M. McKae4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ *

*" Extended the excess profits tax for six session and those to come up at the next. of Meridian Miss., formerly of

months until! December 31 but took no This is as it should be. By now sufficient Brooker recently visited the Priced As Low As
Rev.:W. E. Hall filled the
Grand Ole Opry and other pointsof pulpitat
action on a bill to reduce individual income time has elapsed that the Eisenhower policiesand interest in Nashville, Tenn. Pine Level Sunday morning and
taxes last 1. proposals can be viewed by the populacein ki
July evening. The
Mrs. Chas. Roberson writes that young people of the. t
Voted (upon the recommendation of Pres- the cold light of reality and without benefitof she Is still in Tennessee and will church left :Monday morning to

ident Eisenhower) to admit 214,000 aliensto the rosy aura afforded by viewing these be home soon. We'll be glad to see attend youth camp near Branford. Plus ,

the U. S. during the next three years measures in the reflected glow from a national her. Arley McRae was pleasantly $199 Your

over and above the regular quotas. hero. Speaking of missing someone surprised last Friday night when Old .
Since the lives of every man, woman, and around town-the Jr. Bighamsare about 75 friends arrived at his
Gave the President authority to send 100 andwe home, to celebrate his Range
child in the nation will be affected by .one still at Lake Brooklyn birthday.
million dollars worth of food surpluses over- or more of these fundamental issues, it wouldbe want them to know that we miss Games were enjoyed on the lawn. NO MONEY DOWNUSE

seas to help feed hungry nations. well to give them some thought during them. His mother, Mrs. J. W. McRae,

Put a 20,000 unit limit on the number>! of this breathing spell and let your Congressman Mrs. Lloyd Barry took herJunior assisted by Mrs. V. E. Thornton YOUR OLD RANGE J
Sunday School Class on a skating served assorted cakes and soft
new public housing dwellings that be !
may know how feel about them '.
you now last Thursday night.. Nine drinks. The honor guest received FOR.DOWN PAYMENT
built this party
year. j t that the first blush is off the Republican administration members attended. Jackie arry I useful gifts. TUNE IN ON 'WRUF FOR
Allowed private firms to purchase the .
those 'Sons of the Pioneers
and Polly Ann Wait accompanied Among visiting the Ste- Completely'lnstalled '

Ma I them. phen Foster Memorial Sunday ofIternoon Daily 12:30 12:15
And Pa Kettle
spies by employing one of the I
I reach new laugh heights"hen I Roy Green and daughters, Brenda were the B. M. McRaes LONG TERMS TO PAY
Go To ParisIn I they leave their brood of 13 chil- most ingenious comedy devices and Janice, went to Palatka and daughter, Shirley, Misses
New Park Film dren at home and embark for a yet brought to the screen. last Friday. The girls are staying I I Joyce and Barbara Thomas, and & APPLIANCE CO. FOR Payments As Low As 58.53 Per Month

Paris vacation. Their holiday be- for a week's visit with their oldest 1 j I Mrs. J. W. McRae and sons, Ar- FREE TICKETSTo
comes a mad whirl of international Free Theatre Tickets Jo While there ley and James.
sister Mary Taylor.
See "Powder River"At
"Ma and
Pa Kettle on Vacation",
the 'fifth comedy in the highly espionage when they are made the Mr. Green and son-in-law, J. T'j I Mrs. Russell Thomas and daugh- Florida Theatre Next Week 1 CYLINDER GAS FREE!li"
innocent dupes of a gang of spy Jack Smith manager of the' Taylor, went fishing and netted ters were visitors to Maxville last e

entertaining series co-starring operatives Central Florida Gas & Appliance I I 25-pound catch. On hit return trip,(I Saturday.

:Marjorie :Main and Percy Kil- After many exciting and hilarious Co. in Starke, invites the publicto Roy brought his daufhter, Jackie, V. L. Starling of Jacksonville
bride will occupy ,the screen at I (I back from her week's visit witliI visited relatives here last Friday
the Park Theatre for three days adventures, Ma and Pa are come in and receive free tick I Mary Jo.Freddie. night. CENTRAL FLA. GAS & APPLIANCE CO.

beginning Sunday. hailed as international heroes I ets ,to see "Powder River" at the,I Vickery of Gainesville I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodman and

The zany antics of ,Ma and ,Pa when they succeed in trapping the Florida Theatre next week. I'I was a guest of his cousin Gene'.Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and I t
'children visited the Fundamental PHONE 301 STARKE, FLA.
Youth Camp Sunday afternoon. 'II ..

Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez of .J --

This demonstration Orlando attended church here Sunday i,
a id visited Lavon's parents, ':
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez. Accompanied -
by Mr. and Mrs. Robert j I Trade i in August4 -
showed the ,
me way Myrick and children, they visited I
the Tommy Gills at Kingsley Lake

Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I
": to a better deal Laura McRae of Waldo is

spending a few days here with II SAVE MONEY !

a; = .. the. H. M. McRaes. -
a ; .
I'd been planning to buy a higher-priced car until Mrs. J. W. McRae. Mrs. Russell .
;a<, ... ',
;at> I .. .
Thomas, and Mrs. B. M. McRae !- ...... .-- .
>: haw: I found out all Chevrolet offered,:- attended the Home Demonstration : =-.;-....' g-1. ?

Council meeting at Heilbronn "':': -;. ";'
a ; ; and how much I could save Springs last week. ...... .... ---- ..:: ;-I .
Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Callahanof ,l..f.I.I -
( ." !. '- \
N Jacksonville attended church .
here[ Sunday and were r
dinner I
You get more poweron :: "
less guests of her parents Mr. and :--01";'__,, In btobi gas Economy
gas Mrs. R. R. Crosby. W7.fll. Sweepstakes, DodgeV-8
r< That,because Chevrolet two pfL\? : \ takes top honors over
all other 8's in famous
: a ; great engines are 7YTTnTTTTITTTTTTTVVTTTTKeystone p
.. E11 > 1206-mile run.
high-compression engines. In "'

: i s Powerglide models, you get '
Heights r
/ the most powerful engine in "' r 4 'xa;
,""" Chevrolet's field the new In Mobilgas EconomyRun
:'. w by Mrs. Sara McDonald
"I 1 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame." Gearshift Dodge V-8 outperforms ,
'k' models offer the advanced AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPaul -,,;;, Sir-'rani r every car in
:<.. t3 its "low-medium" class
.. + '
tK:" ..:: 108-h.p Thrift-King" engine. L. Bird of Okinawa is visi-

,.".'w.." .,.,-I7 o ting his grandmother, Mrs. Ella
f:=.,,.. And its thelowestpriced Bird. He arrived in the states on
Saturday. July 25 on the Gen. In AAA Performance
lL.; ._. .. line .
V-8 dem
"' Breckenridge. His sister, Mrs. \ Runs Dodge
A demonstration will show onatrates outstanding
you Andrewson, will be here some
You're piece windshield. The panaYou greater getaway ICv11 Power-for-safetY with
"sitting pretty" get that Chevrolet offers just about time this week. .i,1 ,
behind the ramic window and big with the Powerglide* Dod j Coronet V-Eight 4-door Sedan record-breaking per-
wheel rear new everything you could want Yet Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Willis left I formance. Dodge

Take this Bel Air model Fipst side windows: provide a clear A lot finer performance on a it's lowest-priced line in the last week for a short vacation. all American cars over tops

thing you'll notice is the quality view in all directions. lot less gas. That's what you low-price field.'Combination Mrs. Merrill and Mrs. Davis of Measured Mile from

of the interior. Rich-looking get with the new Powerglide of Powerglide automatic Georgia were guests last week of Lower Down Payments! Lower Monthly Payments! both standing start and
appointments. Roomy seats Biggest brakes easier for automatic tra nSIIllSSlon.There's ..Bl Urname r harumisriosmoother engine and optional 115-h.p. Miss Gladys Tillis. They all wentto I This Is the Time to "Step Up" to the Winner! flying! start.
stops onwith
advanced automatictransmission Lakeland for a reunion of former -
foam rubber cushions.Turn no more 7..o-Tt-- and Bel Air models at
the key to start the enAn easy: nudge on the pedal at any price. extra cost. Melrose teachers. I Right now, your dependable Dodge Dealer offers you toptradein
Mrs. C.
gine and you're ready to go. brings smooth,positive responseS J. Bastedo entertained allowance on your present car. !
right now! Chevrolet's un.. I
This is your opportunity to step up to the extra power, .'. :,
You can see all around proved brakes are the largest performance, safety and handling ease that make this l.-
Let demonstrate
You toolout and down in the low-price field. us I '53 Dodge the Action Car of the Year.This .
More pajc I Dodge has been honored
through a wide curved oneIt's heavier for all the advantages I is your chance to own the car that topped all other by 3 separate Beauty
better i 8's in the Mobilgas Economy Run; set new performance Awards from recognized
readability of buying a Chevrolet nowCHEVROLET R DAY % records; won top Awards for style and beauty! authorities on style aid

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ArGCST 7, 1933 .
VVTffTfTTVfTTTTTTVTTVVVT Irene Cox of Monroe Ga. were twin /sons, Ronald and Donald, of TTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTf? want to know more about her I Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Worship'each Sunday. Midweek service,I Harvey, pastor; W. C. Hardee, I

here several days the past week Fernandina Beach, who spent last condition. She is gradually growing services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. each Wednesday 7:30 p. m. E. C-l L 3. S. Supt. '

STATE FARMAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA visiting Mr and Mrs. R. H. Cox week vacationing in Nashville, LONG BRANCHby weaker each day and, getting!,
and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. Tenn. spent the weekend1th the thinner, if possible. Appetite almost -
While here they: drove over to L. L. Wainwrights at the lake. Mrs. J. L. Strickland gone, and she looks like she
Live Oak and were guests.of Mr. Barbara and Butch Tucker who will leave us soon. She has really HaveaCoke '

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell hadas and Mrs. Ralph Cox on Thursday. have spent the past few weeks lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi suffered for the past four years
i with their cousins, Louie Lee and and it looks like she
Sunday, dinner guests Mrs. A. Mrs. Enice Bradshaw and chil- David Edward Tanner needs reliefin
G. Yongue and :Mrs, Emery Deanof I dren of Greenwood, S. C. ,arrived Sherry Wainwright, returned home Death visited our community some way. But she stays jolly
Fairfield and Bryan Smith and Sunday to visit Mrs. Bradshaw's with their parents Sunday. !again Saturday morning, July 25 and likes for folks to come'in and

son Bill of Martin. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. :McMillianand and called David Tanner to the I talk to her at any time. Thanksfor for quick refreshnient

New residents of the Fart are Mrs. Bradshaw and son, Bobby, daughter Pat, of Gainesville great beyond. He was one of our your interest in an old lady V
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Seigler and went to :ML Dora Tuesday. Sara spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.L. neighbors that all thought well who is not able to sit up or be

children lUke and Susan. They Ann and Carol remained to visit L. Wainwright and family. of, very accommodating to all and around to see the beauties ofGod's

came"from Valparaiso where Mr. with their grandparents the rest Sunday afternoon callers at the well liked by all. He and his grand- world and who will proba- Coca-Cola is world famousfor

Seigler was employed at Eglin of the Leek.Tuesday ,Wainwright's were Mr. and Mrs.H. daughter, Francis Padgett, who bly never be able to be up and -
Field.They are at home to friends dinner guests of theJ. C. Wainwright and Patsy and he had raised from infancy were' around again, but will see the quick refreshment. When hot weather

at the Bryan Whitfield* G. Caldwells were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. living together. Francis called him beauties of God's heaven, the I

:Mr. and .Mrs. Spencer Crews Wallace West and son Wally of Carl Edwards of Gainesville and Saturday morning when he didn't home of all his saints. i' slows you up, have a Coke. V
and Billy weekend Toledo Ohio and Mrs. Mrs. Wainwright's mother, Mrs. '
son were guestsof Mr. and appear as usual. He did not respond -
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sapp' In Eddie West and children of Jack- Leona C. Edwards of Lawtey. so she. went to see what Be refreshed be yourself again.

Palatka. sonville. Mr. and Mrs.: H. M. Richarde I was wrong and found he had pass- TTYYYYYYTYTTTTTVTTTTTY.
Mrs. G. L. Cox and Miss Lois Mr. and Mrs.. B. W Tucker and and Jane and Henry are living at ed from this life sometime duringthe

the J. H. Ritch home at the lake night. He was 71 years of age. HIGHLANDBy t

for a two weeks vacation. Mrs. He is survived by two daughters,

A. M. Richard is spending partof I Mrs. Mattie Carter, Lawtey; Mrs. Mrs Lacy Norman
Truly Expert the summer in 'Jacksonvillewith Lelamae Carter, Clay Hill; two

her daughter, Mrs. Annie sons, Maxie Tanner, Lawtey, and I AAAAA AAAA AAAA AA A
Radio And Norman. William (Bill) Tanner, Clay Hill;
\ Sidney
Starling family 1I
Visitors at the J. M. Bradleys two sisters, Mrs. Charity Starling
SERVICEALL from Wednesday until Friday were I Lawtey, and Mrs. Ella Pettigrew, spent Sunday in Lawtey with the I
Steve 4N
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bradley and Jacksonville, and 17 grandchildren. Starlings. ,
two little daughters, Gloria and Services were held in the Long Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thompson,

MAKES ALL MODELS Faye. Branch church, W. D. Jones in Mr. and :Mrs. Everett Rowe and ,

:Mrs. M. F. Coker and Mr. and charge of the funeral, Key McCabe little daughter, Theresa, and Mrs. i iI ii

FREE ESTIMATES -- CALL 239 Mrs. Guy Bradley and 'daughter, in charge of arrangements.Dave Floyd ,Rosier and daughter, ,Ann, I
will be missed in all of Jacksonville
greatly were visiting
Sheila, of Jacksonville were guestsof
Most Experienced Finest Equipped\ Mr. and Mrs. Bradley last Friday this community and we wish to' the Lacey Normans Sunday after i
to noon.. 0 _
extend our deepest sympathy Ie
On Thursday Mr. and :Mrs: ,
Satisfaction Guaranteed Leslie Bradley and children were the bereaved ones. Lacey Norman and son, Larry, e cC

with their parents for the day. Blanche Johnson and, Gladys Leonard Norman and son, Floyd,
Harrington were working their in- and brother, Theodore, were in :
Chas. C. Sunday guests of :
ShepherdRadio and :Mrs. Bradley was the pas- surance route in this section last the Evergreen section last Fridayto

( TV Sales &: Service Seat Covers tor, William Wilson, and Mrs. week. Called on us and: expressed help James Rosier with some
their interest in this column in the
paper. They like to read it. Wonder Hardee is up after suf-

I what is interesting enough fering with a severe case of sun- I
Recent Birth that anyone would waste time I burn.

reading this poor writing? Well,
I The
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sapp an- Building Committee met
When Is a nounce the birth of a son, Thomas we terested are glad in our that section someone of is the in- recently at the home of Lacey 4 e

Raymond, on July 15 in Enzor Norman. Those present were F. M.
Bros. Hospital, Crestview. Mrs. country anyway. I Herndon Lon Prescott, W. C. Har-
Worker Free, ? .,': Sapp was the former June Bell George Carlisle called on us dee, Homer Smith, and Pastor E.
\.. of StarKe. last week' while in this section I C. Harvey. .

working. I Joe Marr was in Starke Sun- / o

HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS Richard, .Jimmy and Earl Lang I'day visiting his sister, Miss Ollie
A worker is free when he has the rightto
the weekend near Tampa
i 1 spent Marr who has been sick for some
work and save and do what he pleases Patients admitted to Doctors with relatives. Earl went to get time. 1fs

with those savings. He is free when he Clinic Hospital during the past his wife, Sylvia, and take her to Fredrick Prescott took some

can designate who should be the cus- I week included: Mrs. Harley'Starling Jacksonville where he is working. cows to the Gainesville market
Marion and Shirley Prescottwere
todian of his savings and can withdraw Graham; Mrs. Nellie Prescott, recent visitors at Clay Hill. Monday.
Brooker Mrs. Ernest Triest, Keystone Edwin Griffis, who is stationedat
those savings to use or invest as .he ; Lloyd Wilkinson also made a trip ,
Heights; Frank Rhoden returned Ft. Bragg, visited home folks
pleases. to Clay Hill and the girls
James Cecil Watkins, and Miss last weekend. .
with him.
home near Tampa .
In our industrial society we must recog Vonceil Kelly, all of Starke. Mrs. Dumpy Wilkinson spent a Miss Louvenia Starling spent

nize thai an employee is a 'man, not a I few days with her sister, Edith the weekend with her aunt, Ethel

machine. We must concede him the rightandability I Goodrich, in Tallahassee. Suber, in Jacksonville.
Romeo Prescott, who is stationed
i to handle his own funds and I FRIGIDAIRETHERE'SJUSTONE I Marion Wilkinson and family
with the armed forces in Atlanta_ ,
to make for his the weekend with home I
provisions own security. I spent I Ga., spent the weekend here with
I {folks, the Jack Wilkinsons, and friends and relatives.
attended the wedding of one of
FRIGIDAIRE 'I Marion's chums but we did not I Leonard Norman, Earl Padgett I IOTTlED UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY
Any System That Compels the Individual to I '
4 learn the young man's name. BOTTLING COMPANY
Save and Then Deprives Him of the Use of Made only by General STARKE COCA-COLA
4 Mr. and Mrs. W. D, Jones and '
Those Savings. Is a System of Enslavement I 4 I Motors Corp. All other ,Mrs. Fleda Prescott and daughter day night of last week. "Coke it a eegistered ttod-n>orV. @ 1953.THE COCA COlA COMPANY
Electric Refrigerators are Come out and worship with us
a Cove Springs
Barbara all of Green I
r 4 made by other companiesand /,,Dent: the day with Mrs. Gertie if you haven't a church to go to.
word -- -
4 cannot use the
Use Your Bank Champion o/ Your liber/fes./ Frigidaire. Faircloth Sunday. i.
4 Miss Shirley Carter is spending s ,
NEW BOXES RECENTLY INSTALLED 4 I a few weeks in Tampa ,with .rela:: I
Rental: $3.60,,$4.SQ,and $6.00 ;('acluding;Federal Tax) 4 ,Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE tives.

per yearFLORIDA 4 4 ? ? \ Tommie Lang is in Lutz spend

4 ing a few weeks with his grand-
4 THEN SEE s a R.l .
4 father and other relatives. t

.. BANK at STARKE 4 4 Mrs. Gertie Faircloth spent aj I
.r 4 4 I E. H. SMITH few days in Jacksonville with her .
aiwrw daughters, returning home Thurs- [

Member Florida National _
Group 1 day afternoon.
Tenth aad Temple Ave.r .
F yt1 r 4 Lonnie Padgett was baptized _
> 4AJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ r Starke, Fla, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. We ;

______ _____un unedrstand there was plenty of
water. All who got close to the rr

baptismal hole in the creek had

to wade water to do so. We have .e +
been having some rain in this
w section but I didn't know we had

Q( : that much. Anyway we are more j I
than glad to know that Lonnie
has decided to live for our Lord

; and was baptized as we are all
grODA4pS v
commanded to be.
We understand the land has been
surveyed in this section and, awe No wonder Ford'sthe

feared, the fence posts for the
new church have to be moved con-
S siderably for the land goes farther

I IKb We south hope than everyone the old is survey satisfied shows.with SIX they're swin to'!

the new survey.Recent .
'BIC s Births -
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Mosley an-

HELPERx.953 nounce on July the 24. birth of a daughter I :T EVrVV:: :-: : .;

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones are I .
the proud parents of a son, Luther
1I Clifford, born July 28 at the Naval I
Air Station hospital.

I # Coons And Things I
BETTER LIGHTING A few nights ago our dogs ran
.,. ---.... COOKINGREFRIGERATING out barking for all they were
''. \ worth. We jumped up and followed

< :/, IRONING smokehouse. I waded the weedsto Power-contoured combustion chambers Ford's nearly equal bore and stroke Ford's Automatic Power Pilot Only Ford in the low-price field lets
them and found 'they had a
HOUSE RADIO CUANING .: big possum backed up, and Mr. with spark between intake ratio reduces piston travel to make squeezes the last ounce of power you choose from a completely automatic
I I ,- 'TELEVISION firs- Possum and the dogs were staginga end exhaust valves help give higher Ford's Mileage Maker Six the out of every drop of gas..regular drive (fordomatic), Overdrive

'I '' RECORD PLAYERS :' real fight. I had .rushed out compression, better combustion. -friction Six in Americal! or premium... for extra savings. or conventional drive. _

I TIME PIECES armed with nothing but a flash-

I'" DISHWASHINGGARBAGE DISPOSAL i,1: ;'-..,... light, so had to retreat and hunt America' "JTortfc More" Six :' More and more folks are making r And,with Overdrive topped

*""Il cr if', COFFEE MAKING '* for something to join in the fight the Ford Six their new car choice all other cars in this year's
,.'. TOASTING ;ff with. I started for a hatchet on one of 41 "PTorth More"features tchich make
w ; )know this Run.
They highcompressionhoney Mobilgas Economy
TVr. S Guaws< / ,.!. ". FOOD ROASTING MIXING ,,, ,; ;; R '.!;. the the back limb porch of a ,peach but a tree prop got under in Ford worth more when you.buy It, really "delivers." Of course, Ford's Six is just
1 I ., < YARD LIGHTING -r';. north more when ell it. But if you need more convincing one of Ford's 41 "Worth Mores."
few so I grabbed that and you
a YIrS'i.! .. LAWN MOWING"f' my way offers
;., remember that it'sAmerica's No other low-priced car
'. started back. By this time Jim was
; -
L k'l ; most modern Six. both a Six and V-8, a hulltight
: '
uSe :p' WAFFLE IRON I; outside with a gun wanting to
I SHAVER : e: know where the dogs were and It's the lowest-friction Six in Crestmark body and a carpet-
-i America (which it smooth fine ride! Get the
I fOOD FREEZERS what they had cornered and a ; means runs ear
CLOTHES DRIERS ..: : :iI : smoother and holds whole "Worth More" at
',,, '.', dozen other questions, among the $ engine wear story
AIR HOME CONDITIONING VENTILATION others: "How do you know it's a to a minimum.*) > your Ford Dealer's and you, too,
." will be joining the swing to Ford.
HOME WORKSHOPS possum? Well, I've seen enough
DOOR CHIMES possums in my life! to know one
-- -- HOME MOVIES when I see it, so I go back and
r HOLIDAY LIGHTING knock Mr Possum in the head.
t i I %
REOOrS CHORES ELECTRIC TOYS After the dogs had gnawed him a T Ford
IN A TYPICALHOME Etc.Esc Etc. while I picked him up, broughthim

I Of HISUCHTtW -. to the house and we skinned r
IRONING, Yewlr.k cl.'ke.Florid power Ugbl Coaptajsuned him and cooked him for the cats _

A nw MOTOR- bulbs in buuncsi tad ledd, Kilowin brihiat4 tlew and dogs. He was a big fat one T.D.A.F. SEE IT. VALUE CHECK IT. TEST DRIVE IT!
seas jwi i"liht bilL-Toda, b.r
and made nice feast.
a They think
DRIYDtAPPUANCtt doc (ran* of bott_better,fitter,cbctper_
T M aucb: to dui JOIIC"clccuic ftrrice"bin u your now we should give them a regu-
bad jets biejtn baritia! lar diet of possum.

) Blanche Johnson and Gladys Andrews
I V '. h Harrington tell me that almost Motor Co.

everywhere they go someone ask-
FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COMPANY \I ed how my mother is getting

along. Well, I don't like to monopolize '
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rat rrrrtSr.Sflt- rrsrrssr rsrrsssssflS Colson Descendents WMU LuncheonAt \VSCS Circles OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.' Party|August. A.D.. 1953. Courthouse, Starke, Florida: pr','
I Clerk of tne Circuit Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL) |.to be net of any Federal 0 r Sta-
Gather At Brooker Kingsleey Lake Have Joint Session By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I J. Wainwright, Mayor |taxes (exemption certificate will" be
/k/7 4t S2SOTIfK :!!
ATTEST: Carl Johns, City Clerk furnished for same).
For Gala ReunionOn Dd.tedUg. 5,_1953 8/7 5t 9/4 Delivery must be made on or before -
Forty circle members of the A joint session of the four circles ELECTIOX \ October 1st, UU or in event

Baptist W. M. U. met in a joint I of the Methodist W. S. C. S. year terms OF for 3 the Supervisors Bradford for 4- NOTICE delivery is not made substitute machine -
Sunday, July 26, at Brookerthe I Soil The Board of County Commissioners must be provided a" loan t.
i meeting and covered: dish luncheon met Monday afternoon at 2:30 Conservation District. of Bradford County, Florida, County at no cost until delivery is
descendents of the late John August IS. 1953 invite bids
for furnishing the following made.
at the Kingsley Lake homeof in the educational
o'clock building. Pursuait to the Soil Conservation equipment: One (1) Validating
G. Colson, a well remembered and Bids should be delivered to Boardof
Mrs. Maxie Carter with Mrs. Each circle had its business Act, Chapter 58%, Florida Statutes of Machine for validating tax re- County Commissioners. Bradford
respected resident of Bradford I 1)49 and Chapter SOl4! of 1953! ceipts.
Gladys MootyPhone Pauline Clark as cohostess on session and during the intermission notice is County Florida, c/o Charts *.
\ hereby given of an election Machine to conform
County, met aj the home of Mr. to specifications Darby, Clerk Bradford County
-, 35 and for Tuesday morning.The the hostesses, Mrs. T. T. to be held on August IS, 1933 for on file with Board of County"VP'ltssinners Courthouse, Starke, Florida, on or
Mrs. G. B. Colson a happy the election of 3 supervisors for 4. ; Bradford County,
before 10:00 o'clock
___ was 'charge of Long, Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, and year terms. A.M. September
...., srflrsrrsspppnrpnnsss reunion.It Florida. Specifications may be seenuy 8, 1953 at which time
---- - - - - same will be
was intended to hold the Mrs. :M. F. Hazen, chairman, and Mrs. H. M. Richarde served re: County Polling Place applying to Charles A. Darby, acted upon.
CouncilOf Mr. And Mrs. Conner freshments. Afterward all the circles Office, Agriculture Ex-Officio Clerk to Board of County The Board Reserves the right to
County festivities on the grounds of the was opened with prayer by Mrs.R. Starke. Commissioners, Clerk Circuit Court's reject any or all bids.
convened for the program Polling place will be open between office County Courthouse, Starke, Dated this 5
day of August, A.D.
Colson home but the rain forceda
Are Hosts the hours of .
Demonstration SundayAt A. Thomas preceding the lun 9O,11. and 5\M P.M.i Florida. 1953.;
> at which time Mrs. A.
transfer to the community hall meeting All qualified electors residing, All bids must give trade-naTne, Board County Commissioners
S HouseRep. cheon. Mrs: L. A. Pickering gave Wood the devotion on "Sac'ifice" within the District shall be eligible 'specifications I and
Clubs Met July 28 Open where food and drinks were served, gave to vote in this election. of full deescription M. O. HAKRELL. Chairman
machine offered and
price for Kradford
the devotion followed with County. Florida.
old family ties renewed, and fond prayer A qualified elector as defined in same completely Installed in' Tax ATTEST: Charles A. Darby, Clerk.
The County Council of Home and Mrs. Doyle E. Conner memories exchanged.Five by Mrs. F. B. Beard. Mrs. Hazen Mrs. T. H. Slade, Secretary of the includes Florida Soil Conservation Act, Collector's Office Bradford County SiT :it 8'H

Demonstration Clubs met at the entertained at a lovely "open children of the late Mr. introduced Jean Mundy and Gene Missionary Education and Service, vote in general any person elections qualified under the to

Heilbronn School on Tuesday, house" Sunday afternoon from 'includingDr. introduced Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Constitution and Statutes of this I
Colson were present, Wiggins who gave reports of their state who. is also
July 28. The meeting was called I J three until five-thirty o'clock at Lemuel Colson, Starke; PalenS. O'Neal of the Churchwell Clinic, the herein named district.a landowner in ALL TYPES PEST CONTROL

to order by the president Mrs. their home at 423 N. Church Colson, 'El Paso, Texas; 'G. B. visits to R. A. and G. A. camps. at Mayan, Cuba, and houseguestsof H.H.C.G. CLAYTON Acting
The meeting closed with Clayton. Acting Administrator SPECIALIZING ix
devo- streetA prayer the Slades, who interest-
Lois Cox, followed by the Colson, Brooker; Mrs. Margaret gave State Soil Conservation
tional by Mrs. Louise Norman. color scheme of pink and Kelly, Lawtey; and Mrs. HarrietL. .by Lu Green who also gave the ing talks on the work being donein Board. 8/7 :t 8/14 CITRUS GROVE SPRAYING

white achieved in artis-i blessing for lunch. After lunch The :Mr. .
The Homemaker's Creed was read was the. Williams, New Port Richey. Cuba. Rev O'Neal >OT1CE

by '}{rs. T. J. Alderman.A tic arrangements of rosebuds and I The remainder of the gay gath- each circle. had a short business talked on his personal Missionarylife To Whom it may concern: You Large or Small

picnic was planned for Au- pompoms decorating the roomsof ering of..other direct descendents, meeting. showing what the missionarywork are for sale hereby and notified sell at that public I will sale offer to COMPLETE EXTERMINATING SERVICE

25 at Keystone Beach for all the home.. The lace-covered their husbands and wives, and a means to him. Following the highest and best bidder for
gust dining room table was centered Childrens CommitteeThe his talk Mrs. O'Neal told of visiting cash the following described live- FOR HOUSEHOLD PESTS AND TERMITES
the families of members.4.H girls, few friends brought the number stock: 1 black sow, 2 red pigs, 1
and parents. with a graceful bouquet of pink present to 112. Besides the five in the homes of those who black pig, 1 black shoat, shoat Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co.
and white pompoms in a crystal children named others attendingwere Bradford County Children's were connected with the Church-. marked crop under bit one ear. \
talk by Miss Dorothy I crop upper bit other ear; at 12 Noon
After a demonstration agent, container. The centerpiece was were: v Committee. will meet Monday noon, well Clinic and the need for workers -i on the 14th day of August, 1953. at 2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla.

Ross, home balanced by silver candle holders R. A. Colson family, Ada Aug. 10, at Crescent Court. I in Cuba.1kCALtcfr. the South Door of the Court House, I
on "The Origin of Agriculture", I to satisfy a claim in the sum of .
,holding burning pink taper Colson, the C. W. Colsons, J. K. --. {87.55 for fees, expenses for feed-
the Short Course was I ....
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4 report ing and w- J
Mrs. Robert Green greeted care and costs hereof. -
given by Polly Walt, and a report -I I!.Douglasses, Mrs. Lowell Douglas, August 6, 1953 Sheriff Bradford
the 4-H Camp by Vida guests at the door and presented and the Gene Longs and daughter County. It PHOTOGRAPHY Hallmark Feature-lock

on and Marilyn Cox. A 'them to Rep. and Mrs. Conner. : all of Starke. Black & White CARDS WEDDING
Jean Gentry
the State Council meeting Miss June Conner presided over Mrs. Lois Hodges, the James -NOTICE OF ELECTION or Color SETSBIBLES
report of the guest book and Mrs. Lucian .Hazens, Ervin Meadows family, I, J. R. Wainwright. Mayor of
at Gainesville was given by I Starke, Florida, by virture of the
Mrs. Howard Conner and Mrs. Trader Shaw Mrs. S. D. Carver the Henry authority vested in me by law, do I I
the county delegate, I poured punch. Also assisting in Soehls, Mary Lou Ellis, Carl hereby call an election to be held RELIGIOUS

walt. fc.,> i serving were Mrs. Cecil Sewell Ward. Anna Alexander, Mamie The only good thing I can see|and Harold Hazelwood will be attending at town the by City the Hall qualified in the aforesaid ,'I CAMERASFILM SUPPLIES WATCHES't '
voters "
Mrs. Edith, Moore was appointed -, and Mrs. Glenn Conner. Clemons, Mae Saucer, and Evelyn about this current heat wave is the. Coaching Clinic at Tuesday, September 8, 1953, for the on .e

to make a scrap book of the Approximately 150 guests called .- Fouts and daughter, all of Jack- that it sure is sweating the unnecessary U. of F. from Monday to Thursday officers purpose: of electing the following JEWELRYPICTURE

council activities, and Mrs. W. W. during the appointed hours. i,sonville. pounds off of some of Doyle Conner and Gene ONE MAYOR FOR TWO YEARS S PHOTO

Hammond was named publicity I and us overweights-I know I mustav Shaw were in Fort Pierce on Sat- ONE CHIEF OF POLICE FOR FINISHING, S
The E. L. Kellys daughter TWO YEARS r
chairman. Duncan I and lost at least 5 Ibs. in the past two irday attending a Cattleman's ONE CITY CLERK. '
Margaret Rose i the Roy Tomlinsons family, TREASURER. Dealer For
At noon the meeting was ad- of New weeks and have you noticed meeting hear that Lila Rae TAX ASSESSOR AND TAX COL- _
and the M. F. Wigginses,
journed for a covered dish lun. Gives Swim PartyMiss I River. the town whistle the past few Yawn was one of the lucky win- LECTOR TWO ALDERMEN OR TWO YEARS.FOR TWO CRAFT

cheon in the cafeteria. I I. Bessie Day, Mamie McCormickand days especially at noon time? ners in the Identipic contest, a I VPARS. GRAFLEXANSCO PAINT SETS
Margaret Rose Duncan entertained Don't know if the fellow who Inspectors of said election:
shoppers guide on TV,
included program
Guests at this meeting family, the Ernest Guinns Ray StoneF.
Miss Alma Warren and Miss Zella at a delightful swim and son, and Lantie Colson, of Ft. blows the whistle is too worn out and won a basket of Armour Star, G. Hemingway POLAROID

D. Adams of the state office, and supper party Tuesday after- White. to give it the necessary pull or products L.W.M.M. Gaines Edwards REVERE

who, talks on establishing noon .honoring .her house guest, Howard Douglas, Rosa Pinhol- whether the poor lil ole thing sit- I Karen Feeney who celebratedher Mrs. Pearl Burnham' KODAK S I i I 3TATIONERYOpposite :
Miss Mary Rivers Stubbins of tin' up there in the blazing sun first birthday anniversary on T. S. WilliamsIn
libraries throughout the state. and Minnie Hazen, Brooker.
ster. testimony
I whereof I hereunto Florida Theatre
Tallahassee, at the Kingsley Lake dead with heat exhaustion
is about -
Saturday had as her guests at a subscribe
and my name and I
Colsons family cause the
decided to have the' The Spencer
It was home of Mrs. E. L. Matthews. and anyhow it sure, sounds little party, Jackie Arnold, Bar- seal of the said town to be hereunto I i Phone 265 Starke, Fla.
at on Arthur Littles and family, 1
council meeting Hampton affixed this the 5th.day of
Enjoying the. affair with the two of late. -
mournful Harris --
' Lake' bara Bradley, Gary Bobby -
Bobbie Bonds, City.
October 27. girls were; Misses Jane Richarde, The Percy Kellys and son Mi-I I See Ensign Dick Fowler is homeon Shepherd and Peggy Yancey .

JoAnne Slade, Sandra and Linda 20 day leave with his family Bobby Benton celebrated his birth-
HairdressersPlan ami; the H. C. Adamses, Charles- ATGRIFFIS
Johns, Jackie Colley, Frances and will report back to Quonset day on Aug. 2. Kate Struth cele-
ton S. C.; the H. C. Kellys'andfamily
Style ShowThe Caldwell, Jackie Hobbs, Joan and Lawtey; Juanita Truluck Point, R. I. at the end of his va- brated hers on Aug. 4 Marie &IRG/IM VMS

Joyce Scholl, Clair Jean Mundy, and family, Alachua; the Raymond cation Cora Quattlebaum is Green was a year old on Aug. 5 BROS.

CBU Unit No. 24 of the Gail Duke, Gail Rowe, all of Miss. the York working in the Chamber of Commerce Vickie Struth is 6 years old
Colsons, Gulfport, ;
Florida 'Hairdressers and Cos- Starke, and Sue Duncan and her I office for the next three today (Fridayj)! and Mary Agnes
.Colsons, Pensacola; J. Francis
metologists Assn. met Tuesday houseguest. Katherine, Brownlee, weeks while secretary Marion Matthews will celebrate her 12th
'son, Ocala; Mrs. Angus Beiling
evening at the home of Mural of Gainesville. 'I'I.and family and Hal Y. Maines Howe is vacationing in the North- birthday on Sunday hear Gold Seal LINOLEUM

Gardner for a business meeting to I and Lake Butler; the east Kay Rowland and Melissa that Drew Reddish and Pat Mc-

discuss plans for their hair style Grahams Are Hosts I I Thomas daughter Damerons and family. Stallings leave Monday for i Griff will be thru at U. of F. today I

show in September. Six members Bowen I two weeks at Camp Weed and will get their degrees on
Mobile Ala. Mary Virginia
of the local organization were At Hamburger FryMr. I I and daughter, ; Charlotte, K C.; I II Charlie and Garnita Parker of I Aug.- 10 All 9x12 Patterns .. :1

present.Mrs. Daytona are vacationing this week Gary Lynn Cole was host to 14
I Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards,
and Mrs. W. H. Graham Price 13.95
Gardner served refresh- entertained at a hamburger fry][Worthington; A. T. Williams, NewPort at one of Charley Johns' cottageson of his little friends Saturday at Regular .: '
Bud Lawson his 7th anniversary -
ments after the meeting. Richey Bess and Mamie Crystal Lake a party celebrating
The next meeting will be. held I at cently their for Kingsley their niece lake and home house re-!,J Moore, Swainsboro, Ga.; and the has been pinchhitting at Lawson'smarket I.. games were playedin
time awarded -
Tuesday, Aug. 18, ,at 8 p. m. at guest Jan Rowton, of Tallahassee. -{E. C. Longs and daughter, Rai- during vacationing Matthews has the yard winners-following and prizes were the SALE $ 95
Mary Agnes to the.
the, home of Leon Hazelwood. I !
office '
I I been "helping out" at our games, cake and ice-cream were
Enjoying the delightful affair ford.WCTU Adelaide Crowson is off fora
while served.
!with Jan were Donna Trawick, President couple weeks rest Dot Ep- Hear tha't George and Bernice PRICE

Shi Ann Smith, Diana Smith, Back From TravelsThe j person is on two weeks vacation Huggins and chillun are vacationing '

: Mary Agnes and, Anne Matthews I t
DARK from the School Supt. office this week at Jax Beach, Other Sizes and PatternsAt

: Linda Kay Sale, Mary Katherineand members of the Laura Scott Mathe! Green, telephone operator and the G. L. Pattens are ditto-

Betty Lou Wainwright, Virginia WCTU gave a warm welcome to is also on two weeks vaca- ing at Daytona See Janie Savings up to 50% .

Jean Darby, Harriet Powell their president, Mrs. Virgie Avery, tion Sue Miles is on vacation Avery back from Atlanta aheadof .

last Friday. She recently retprned from Leila's this week ? and schedule-musta got too hot
and JoAlyce Graham. I. GRADEMattresses
Fri., Sat.-Aug. 7, 8 from a vacation trip during which Mrs. D. W. Car Glimpsed BEST
Fire Chief and there, I guess
n. .. : up
DOUBLE FEATURE 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIn she attended two important wuru penter and daughter, :smriey, are Virginia Crews here for the weekend -

conventions (World and National) 1 vacationing for a few days at'I I from Montgomery, Ala. where

TARGET in the West and Canada. Before Santa Fe Lake she has a grand job with an in-

returning home she visited friendsin Nice to see Freddie Wimberly surance company Says Bo-Bo

With Tim Holt Kansas and Nebraska.Mrs. Schneider and son, Gary, from will come home from Germany in :

Holmes of Penney Farms Denver, Colo in town for three November Hear that Peggy

-AndIRON brought the devotional, after which weeks visit also glad to see Caldwell was one of the contes-

Mrs. Avery.. reported on the con- Charlie and Jill Oakes and daughter tants in a contest to select a Navy Sizes 3.3 4.6 I

MISTRESS ventions. Bobbie Jean, have moved back I relief fund queen at the U. S. NA or,
Visitors at the meeting included Va. is .
Richmond, she
Alan Ladd Virginia Mayo to Starke from MTC in California where -

five members of the Penney Farms Jack Miller returned home employed Here's hoping she SALE PRICE

Plus Serial and Color Cartoon ,WCTU Mrs. Laura E. Holmes, Mrs. Saturday' after attending Camp wins! Reg. 49.95

i Marie Wilson, Mrs. Madge Benson, Weed since June 8 have you Sorry to learn that Jimmy David i 29.50

I and the Misses Mary and Martha spotted the beautiful tans acquired broke a small bone in his leg Value

I Weible.At Thelma Dinkins and ankle while 8
by and dislocated his v
the close of the meeting refreshments -
,Hilda Houston while on a fishing playing baseball with a team at

Walks TroubleIT were served by Mrs. I Horseshoe last week? This will Reg.39.i3
Sun., Mon., Tues. trip at his hdn-f in Colorado i
and Mrs. M. J. McRae.
E. Y.
Berry Thelma said they were a blisteringred cause him to miss playing in the 22.50

Aug. 9. 10. 11 The next meeting will be held at first tho' glad to wel- all-star game in Chicago on Aug. Value

HAS TAKEN YEARS August 28. friend Larkin D. Detroit Lions
come our old 14 However, the
Ma And Pa Kettle to accumulate your valuable Weeks back in town and in business want him to report anyhow, as

furs, jewelry, china, silver, Doris Knight Circle here again-she reopened the [soon as the doctor releases him Reg. 34.50
On Vacation
glassware. Brown Derby on Wednesday and ._If all goes well he hopes to 19.50
of the
The Doris Knight circle .
Majorie Main, Percy Kilbrlde Baptist church met at the homeof will feature her usual delicious loin them in September to play \ Value
entrees-Mrs Weeks still! managesthe In the meanwhile, he is convales- -
In no time. a burglar can! Mrs. Dave Paulk on Crosby
Plus Cartoon and News Keystone Inn and will cing at his hour: 300 Jackson St.,

rob you of those possessions. Lake dish Tuesday supper evening with 20 for members a covered her time at both Kerrigan places .from. Ft. Collins, Colo., and would .like. All New -- Direct From Factory To You

friends of Scotty to hear from Starke friends

Guard your valuables against and two visitors present. the Inn will be happy to hear that See Evelynn Newsome has herring
Wed,, Thur.-Aug. 12, 13
The by
burglary, fire and other perils was given she will be working at the Brown Maurice Williams is the GREEN

DOUBLE FEATURE with our tailoredtoyourneeds Mildred Dankel followed by a short Derby as well as Islee Mitchellin lucky man They'll wed some- Living Room Suit -- Plastic Upholstery
business session presided over by OR RED
insurance.H. the kitchen and Louise Kellyas time in the late fall .
: Hazel Paulk, leader.A ..... _
Against All FlagsErrol delicious buffet was one of the waItresses-all old Well Seems to be all for r "' ,'r. -- 'n'1I<: .. -_' -- .. I:' '' I

supper hands in the business. -so we knowit now See you in the next I'
Flynn, Maureen O'llara served on the Paulk's long porch
will over big. -Carolyn
go \I
overlooking the lake. II
AndShe's Another new home going up on J
.NOTICK APPI.ICTIO\ the new Blanding highway whichis Give
Masons To
AGENCYPhone FOR TAX IlKKU to be a young commu- !
Senate Bill %... Iti3) getting
Back On B'way (
itself Henry and Lucille To Four
146 XOTICE IS HEREBVGIVEN. ThatT. nity in Degree I II
J. Alderman holder of Tax Cer- Godwin are building their home I l
With It
Virginia Mayo 13,%. Issued the 7 day
tificate Xo.
200 E. Call officials ,
Street of August A. D. 1933 has filed next to the W. F. Godwin place Several high Masonic I J j jI -

Plus Latest World News Starker same in my office and has made ., Jack and Maggie Miller are from various parts of the state I
for tax deed to be /
application a ceremoniesin
and enlarging to attend
issued thereon. Said certificate embraces remodeling are expected I, _
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1NTEGRITY the following described home Lois and Calvin Johns the Starke Masonic Hall to- _
property In the County of Bradford, _
home on Water when the Master's _
State of Florida, to-wit: I have built a new night (Friday) _
NW of SEU of XEV1, Sec. 4, street and moved in this week Degree will be conferred on four

T.7, S.R. 22 E. 10 acres. Buddy Faxon reported for induCtion -I candidates. I
The assessment of the said property
under the said certificate issued on Wednesday in Jax and I Supper will be served promptlyat

was In the name of Unknown. there will to the with degree work
Unless said certificate shall be from report 7 p. m.,
redefined according to law. the Navy Recruit Training base at scheduled to start at 8 o'clock.
property described therein will be Calif. for 14 weeks I invited to
sold to the highest bidder at the San Diego, All Master :Masons are

court house door on the first Monday training before being assigned to I attend.

in the month of September, station was quite a coinci- -
of conduct and dealing with better 1953.,1953.which is the 7 day of September. -.. a dence that on the day the truce I. Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR CometyFlorida

thoughtfulness and economy in all Dated this 3 day of August. 1953. was signed Lt. Barney McRae, Jr. I !. Ch..rry. Reg. 169.95 SALE PRICE Res. 26.95 SALE PRICE
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Plaintiff. vs.
Rudolph Koenig.
our serving these mark the reput- I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford :' was able to join his brother-in- Kathleen Koeaig, Defendant.Case .
County Florida. 8/7 4t 'aJs' law Sgt. A. H. Harley, in Al's No. S971 SOFA 97.00 II Platform Rocker -16.95
able quality of this well known firm. I Notice To Appear.To -
!. Clrralt (..rt._ Bradford Coaat,,: camp in Korea for a threedayvisit : Kathleen Koenig, whose residence ,
FUrida; !. ChumrtTJ.Carl I the two had Iveen tryingto and address is: Church Street,
DeWITT C. JONESPhone Philip Harbst, Plaintiff, vs. Tuckerton New Jersey. I 3Pc. Suit
Thelma Flowers Harbst Defendant.I get togethei for ten months Tou are hereby notified that a Reg. J2J9.95 Value

7 Starke Fla. Case No. 9966 while over there and also suit for
Order Of Publicationmd Notice ToAppeari I .
heard that Barney left for home
trJ-4-r.a.JFuneral-I Stat. Of Florida
T.i has been filed against you In the Sale Price $129.95
Thelma Flowers Harbst, whose residence Saturday and will be dischargedin above named Court and cause and
Director Ambulance Service and address is: (9 Moeller Sept you are required to serve a copy of
Street Pinghampton. New York: your answer or pleading to the complaint -
Our.loca1 funeral home enable. nj to offer convenience tnl You are required to appear on Was sorry to hear that while on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT All Sales Cash No Delivery
available. September 8, 1951. in the above Mrs. W. F. Godwin was visitingin Frank Landrum, Starke, _
services not otherwise
named Court and cause, wherein Florida
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Griffin Ga. recently she broke and file the original in the office of
._ns-s--srsssrrssssrrrr rrsssssssSSS rrrrssssSS. County Telegraph shall publish this two bones in her right hand thumb the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Order in next four weekly issues. or before the 8 day of September
We furnish the highest type ctnrica at lowest prices and Witness my hand and official while closing the car doorshehad 1953; otherwise the allegations ot

accept: Ar life Insurance policy in force med by ANT 1953.seal at Starke. Florida. this Aug. 4. no intention of prolonging her said Complaint by you. will be taken as confessed Griffis Bros.Iaxville.

company as payment In part or in full on a fuaertL (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs visit to two months when she. left This notice shall be published
Clerk of said Court here but once each week for four consecutive
; doctor
just her
Consultation no obligation. gave
By Marion L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk weeks In the Bradford Couaty.TeIegrsnh -
_,_-_ _.-_ _-r- -"' -- ..--- -r' ___-. __ -"' vrrr.fJJfr jJq. Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Building her release last Friday next
Jacksonville. Florida. Dated this 5 day of August, 1)33. FIa. Phone 3
Attys. for Plif. 8/7 4t -8/18 week Juri Hurst, James Hobbs. Lawtey, Fla.



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Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan and I Mr. and Mrs. Oral Devrick of I Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr. returned 'j I -- .. - -" -
.guests of home I .. .. .. ., .'-"'#.
family of Gainesville are spending 1 i Tampa were weekend on Sunday after two and a\ -- - - -
this month at the Burnett place Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Devrick. The I half weeks vacation in Waynesville{
on Kingsley Lake. Devricks also have as guests this N. C. Mrs. Peek was with her,]j

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry and week, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rider I sister, Mrs. DeWitt Jones who is I
daughter Vida Jean left Wednes- and children, Bob and Linda, of I remaining in Waynesville for the; MID-SUMMER FOOD BARGAINS !

day for the mountains of North Logan, W. Va. and ,Mrs. F. :M.I month. i
Carolina. Tennessee and Virginia. Rider of Oriskany, Va. I Mrs. W. F. Godwin and Mrs.:'

,). --- -- Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Padgettand Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale spent ;I W. J. Chandler returned home!I \ ""'''''....-'
niece Linda of Miami are Thursday night of last week in Sunday after two months visit in
Mr. and Mrs. Zack J. Robertsof Mr. and Mrs Eugene Frensley enjoying their vacation at Kings- Blountslown visiting Mr. and Mrs.I Griffin Ga. They were accompanied N5
Hastings visited Judge and Mrs. of Goodlettsville,' Tenn. are spend- ley Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Marks Jack Sale and spent the weekend i home by a niece, Mrs. E. D.
George A. Gardiner on Sunday.. ing ten days with Mr and Mrs.J. Ritch and family. at Mexico, Beach with Mr. and Mrs.I While who remained for a few
::: .
Mrs. Janie Avery Is home fora E. Hardy. Harry Quick and Miss Cathryne Alton Revell. They brought their days visit.Mrs. :::::::::::
week from Atlanta, Ga. on Mr., and Mrs. George Patten Alexander returned to Washington daughter, Linda Kay, home with Cora Oliver of Elmira, N. Y. -=
business.. and son, George, Jr.,tare vacation-. D. C. Saturday after two them after a week's vacation at has spent the past ten days visit-
Mrs. J. W. Hamilton of Bradenton -ing for two weeks at Daytona' weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. Mexico Beach. ing Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Howe, -=- -
was the weekend guest of Beach. '' H. Quick. Mrs. E. F. Miles had as weekend Sr.The :-;::::

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas. I Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Osborne of The CLOTHES LINE can washit guests Mr. and Mrs.V.. S. CLOTHES LINE can washit -:::::
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Begue and I Houston, Texas will arrive this CHEAPER than you can. Wilder Phillip Dennard, and.Mrs.. : CHEAPER than you can. sH RWl
children have moved to Arlington, weekend for a ten day visit with .Mrs. M. F. Brown will go to) W. C. Croker and children of o Angela and Butch Elder returned ::::;:
Jacksonville and Mr. and .Mrs. O. Mrs. A. Wood. The Osbornes win Tallahassee Saturday and will be Miami. Mrs. Miles and guests are home Sunday after five weeks

f E. Alvin and baby of Crestviewhave be accompanied here by their accompanied home by her daughter spending this week at Warner visit with their grandparents, Mr. I/IIIIIII'-
, moved Into the house on nephews Glenn and Bill Wood, Florence, who is completing Robbins, Ga. visiting relalrves. and Mrs. G. W. Stroud in Anda- Quantity AighlsReserved \ Prices Good Thru Sat.. Aug. 8
Washington street formerly &OCcupied who have been their guests in her summer school work at FSU Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rowton of lusia, Ala. Mr. Stroud who broughthis

by the Begues. "Mr. AtlinIs Houston the past three weeks. Those enjoying the weekend at Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. W. grandchildren home, is remain- Low Prices
working in a warehouse at Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and Kingsley Lake with Mr. and Mrs. P. Randall and daughter, Lou, of ing for a few days visit. 152 Gall Street

Camp Blanding. son Jimmy, visited relatives in Marks Ritch were Mr. and Mrs. Tampa were weekend guests of Mrs. H. H. Adams accompaniedDr. Everyday -*
SPECIAL this week at the Ridgeland, S. C. on Wednesdayand W. E. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. :Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham at Adams to San Antonio, Texason
CLOTHES LINE--2 shirts finished Thursday.Dr. Prevail. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Prevail the lake. The Grahams and guests Saturday where he will under- Specials Too Starke, Florida Tool
W. E. Middleton, Miss spent Saturday at Crescent Beach.
fl't'eith 15 Ibs. of laundry. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Padgett,
Mrs. Nelson Green and daugh- Madge Middleton and Mary Agnes and Miss Linda Padgett. Mr. and Mrs. L E. Johnson and I gc six weeks training for duty with I

ters Oleeta and Phoebe were in Matthews spent the weekend at READ next weeks SPECIAL at daughter Sharon, of Gainesvillewere the Medical Corps. Mrs. Adams

Jacksonville Tuesday. Cedar Keys. the CLOTHES LINE in this Sudnay guests of :Mr. and expects to remain with Dr. Adamsfor ,All Brands Evaporated
Mr'and Mrs.-W, J. Studstill and Mr and Mrs. Eustis McKnightand column. Mrs. Luke Feeney. several weeks. Mrs. Carrie

family spent Sunday. at Jackson- son. David, have spent the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonhard of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Caine of Adams is Tall Cons
for the Adams
ville Beach. past week in South Carolina visi- Keystone Height left Wednesdayfor Hapeville, Ga. were weekend guestsof I caring MILK I L 3 :7CVacuum
Mrs. .Jerry Gay and daughter ting friends and relatives. an extended trip through the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonhard at I I during her absence.
Nancy, returned home Monday Lt. Rodney' P. Hall left Tues- West. Keystone Heights and Mrs. Caine I!
after a month's visit with Mrs. day for Ft. Benning, Ga. wherebe Mrs. J. F. Rogers of Jackson- is remaining for a few days visit NOTICE TO APPEAR
Gay's parents in Norfolk Va. will attend .the Infantry Of- ville is spending this week with with friends and relatives here. 'I II.Florida V11*!.Court Chaaeery.Bradford County PackedASTOR
Mrs. T. C. Turner and son, Ted- ficers Basic Course for the next her daughter, Mrs. T. F. Landrumand Mrs. Jewell Roberts of Lawteyand .Eva Viola Lindgard, Plaintiff, vs.iPauI t
of Daj'tona"' efth are spend- weeks. Mrs. Merrill Struth attended\ Lindgard, Defendant.
dy, 15: family. Case No. 9710
ing this week 'wjth Mr. and lira: SPECIAL this week at the Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stevenson the wedding of their niece, Mary Notice To Appear Lib Can
I ; To: Paul Lindgard. whose residence COFFEE S
M. H. Sheppard. CLOTHES 1L'lltE-2 shirts finished 'and children, Clifton and Gail, of Elise Tatum in Miami over the and address is: Unknown 19C
Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins and free with 15 Ibs. of laundry. Houston Texas are spending this weekend. Roddie Struth accom- You are hereby notified that a
I and L. G. Hemmingwayleft panied them to Deland where he suit for
. Mr. and Mrs. J. L.vGentry hadas week with Mr. and Mrs. John vacating of final decree and
Thursday for a ten-day vaca- last weekend Mr. and Christiansen.Mr. spent the weekend. other relief
tion in Ellzabethtown. N. C. Mrs.guests Frank Pearson and children and Mrs. W. H. Hart and SPECIAL this week at the has above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the DONALD DUCKMAYONNAISE

Mrs./A. M. Sieg and daughter, Miss Nancy Young, and Mr. and daughter, Kay, were in Jacksonville CLOTHES 1L'lltE-2 shirts finished you are required to serve copy of
Pat, of Gainesville were visiting Mrs. E. H. Gentry aid daughterof shopping on Saturday.Mr. free with 15 Ibs. of laundry. your complaint answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading to the Quart

t friends here Sunday. Charlotte, N. C., and Mrs. J. W. Ritch and 1. Mrs. Pearl Whitnel of Deland is Attorney Daniel A. Japour. 315 I S E 43C
Attending the MYF Youth .- B. Wester of St. Petersburg I son, Franklin, will spend the next spending several weeks with her sonville.Guaranty Florida Life Building Jack -
Mrs. E.
Week program at the First Meth- I two' weeks at Daytona Beach on sisters, ifrs.' Jewell Roberts in and I file the original In the office
and Mrs. O. J. Abernathyof .of: the Clerk of the Circuit Court
odist church in Gainesville. Tuesday vacation.Mr. Lawtey and Mrs. Merrill Struth
frier.dseand'relatives |on or the
are visiting
evening were Judy Green, Tampa and Mrs. L. D. Green had while recuperating from a recent 8 before September 1953; STANDARD
JoAnne and Tommy Slade. Jane In Bradford County.Mr. as Sunday guests Mrs. R. H. operation. I otherwise the allegations! of said BrandTOMATOES
Complaint will be taken as confessed -
Richarde, Nancy Bates and Byron. and Mrs. C. H. Quick left Stevens of Tifton, Ga. and Mr. Among those from Starke at- I by you.
Newcomb. Monday for Hattiesburgr Miss.to and Mrs. Robert Stevens and tending the funeral of Nancy 'L This notice shall T>. publlahei No 303
each week for four consecutive
The CLOTHES LINE can wash visit the Hercules Powder daughter, Barbara Jtan,'of Jack- |Knight Bird in Gainesville,on Mon-weeks in the Bradford County Tele- S 3 19C
I It CHEAPER than you can operation in Mississippi and Lou- sonville. The Greens also had as I day afternoon were: Col. and Mrs. graph. /
I Dated this 4 day of August. 1953. ,
I Mrs. A. I. Covington of Paducah,. isiana. While there they will visit guests on Tuesday and WednesdayMr. I D. E. Knight, Rev. and Mrs. L. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

Ky, is,visiting her son Dr. A. Y., Collins Miss., Mr; Quick's boy- and Mrs. Billy Clark and son, I|D. Haines and daughter, Helen By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.
Covington for three weeks. hood home.ALVAREZ' Steve and daughter, Nancy, of I Mrs. O. D. Bennett, Mrs. J. M. 8/7 4t 8/28

Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. C. D. Williams Edwards and daughter, Carolyn'la Circuit Court- -Bradford ('ouat\\,
\ 'Clothing and Mrs. D. J. Clark of Mrs. Carrie Ritch, Miss Annie Florida; In Chancery .Old South Ballard's PL or S. R.
1 S 1''ORElIen 1894 I Ill Tampa.Mr. (j Darby, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin : Marion Winifred H.P.Warlick Warlick, ,Defendant.Case Plaintiff,. vs,
and Mrs. Edward Burns are Mrs. Thelma Jennings, Mrs. M. ;i No. 9970

spending next week at Gulfport. j I W. Cressler :Mrs.: James Stewart, Order Appear Of;Publication State Of Florida And Notice Tot To ORANGE JUICE F LOUR
Mrs. Evelyn Snyder and daughter -,Mrs. F. F, Stump, Mrs. Steve Marion H. Warlick, whose residence I
-Evelyn of Douglas Ga. are)Weldon Mrs. J.V.. Kincaid Mrs. 'and address is: 100 South 41st Street,I
I Wilmington, North Carolina:
FREE FREE FREE! visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade O. L. Beasley, Mrs. W. E. Middle- You are required to appear OT 46-oz Can 'Sibs/ 10 lbs
and family this week, I ton, Mrs. Levy Canova, Mr. and September 8, 1953 in the above 2 45C 89C
named Court and cause wherein _
Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Bennett and Mrs. Charley Johns and son, Jerome -I plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration !
I sen, Kern, of Tampa are occupying -I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vrnold of maiden name. Bradford
JO Goof/ Gas Given Away County Telegraph shall publish
( the J. E. Wilson cottage on Mr. and :Mrs.: R. T. Fowler, Judge this Order in next four weekly ,. .. .
(I Kingsley Lake this week. I and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Miss issues. -

By Cumber's Gas Station. I HEAD next weeks SPECIAL; at Kate Etruth, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright -I:at Witness Starke,my Florida hand and this official August seal 5.

the CLOTHES LINE in this Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. 1953.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyers r rode, Mrs. J, W. Andrews, Mrs. By Marion I... Crosby. Deputy Clerk
With each 5 gallons of gas purchased at Gumber's you and baby, Sandi of Jacksonville I I W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Garl Mathews, Schneider & Walker, '706 Lynch! Lb

leave )'our'signature. You do not have to _be present visited Mr.and Mrs_Junius Smith Mrs. Ale/Yawn, Sheriff and Mrs.P. Attys.Building for, Jacksonville Plif. Florida.8/7 4t /28 CHOCK ROAST S 49

.for the donation.. Gumbe 's,,Gas ,Station is located, on Sunday..- D. Reddish. Doyle Conner, Mr. \ .
_. _.....
3/2 mi. north of Starke on 301. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby and and Mrs., Carl LaMar Johns, Judy ..'.., .Cc_, 0 on.'- MESSAGE TO MY FRIENDS AND NEW' daughter, Virginia Jean. and Mr. Green, Pat Sieg, and Mrs. Joe Mc-
ACCOUNTS: I and Mrs. J. .R. Wainwright and Donald. I HEAR BETTER U. S. "CHOICE" EatRiteTBONE
t daughters, Betty Lou and Mary Mrs. C. F Sayles of Miami, who I NOTHING ,
I am now prepared to take care ,of your need, in the Katherine, were l in Jacksonvillelast has spent ten days with Judge iOR I PAY

line of welding, brazing, burning, and electric welding. Friday evening attending the and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman wenton i 11.DAY IHEY.mi umum STEAK Lb
Bring the job to me or I will go to the job. My guarantee wedding of Miss: Grace Anice to her summer home in Little i 98C

prevails. The job must hold or else it costs you nothingfor Spencer to Robert W. McElroyat Switzerland N. C. on Tuesday. i
re-weld. the Riverside Park .Methodist She was accompanied by her niece, 'p/llfl'-

a Church. Mrs.and Darby and Mrs. Mrs. S. R. Johns, who returned to I Freshly Ground Eat-Rite Tender Eat-Rite Meaty
Wainwright daughters assistedin
JOS. H. CUMBER Starke today. I
Ed Prevatt's Garage serving at the reception givenat READ nt'xtt'eks SPECIAL at i HEARING AIDS Lb Lb
Formerly the welder at the Garden Club.
LAST WEEK'S LUCKY SIGNATURE Mrs. W. B. Mundy and daugh- column. ;\. _

W C. WHITELY, Hartman Apts.. StarkeFLORIDA" etr, Clair Jean were in Jackson-' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, I EACH CKU $M .9 *...BiMtotl.Ca ducfiooDooicoaI .* .to a il
ville on Wednesday. -
who have been staying in Mulberry -
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hayes and reopened their home on |
three children and Robert Taylorof Church street last Saturday and CANOVAPHARMACY
Rockville Md. will arrive next II will remain here while their I I OCOMA Brand Small Hickory Sweet
week for two weeks vacation ''
a daughter, Mrs. Charles Schneider I'[
with Mr and Mrs. O. L. Linsin. and son Gary, of Denver, Colo. BROILERTURKEYS

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile of are visiting here for three weeks. I Phone 160 Starke, Fla, SLICEDACON
Miami will arrive on Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Colsen and :
Dedicated To Community Service- spend a week at Ruby Johns cot- son. Billy, spent the weekend in .AAAA ALA A AA A AAAAAAAAA AAA '

"Movie Are Better Than Ever"' tage on Santa Fe lake and will Callahan where they attended the
also visit Mr. and Mrs. W. G. wedding of a friend.

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I Haile. I Airman 3-c Neal Crawford is II I MONUMENTSLOWEST Gr. A, Dressed & Drawn Frozen
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. J Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gumber had home from Cheyenne, Wyo. oil a
as guests last week. Mr. and Mrs. 26 day leave with his parents, I PRICES I Lb Lb
., Aug. 8-ONLY Tues.. Wed.-Aug 11, 12 George Alen and sons, Joe and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford, FINEST QUALITYINo I 1 69C 19CF
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE BIG DOUBLE FEATURE George, Jr. and Joe Reddish of Sr. He will report at the Parks] Extra
Cleveland, Ohio.CHARLEY Air Force Base in Calif. at the ChargeFor I
The7dW and the bandit... VA GAUDR end of his leave before leavingfor I Setting In Or Near _.. u _. _ _
Sul! ro.di _. .
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duty in Japan. I STARKEWrite
Members of the. Presbyterian I

p the church Kingsley and Sunday Lake school home met of :Mr.at, I 1 Pt. Superhrand Ice Cream

and Mrs. Hoke Harris Thursday Rruwo
i afternoon, July 30, for a covered With 4 Pkgs RUSO Quick Frozen
rtddlt I F H F E
dish supper and swimming party. ,,.,.-
65 members enjoyed the affair. For Free Folder STRAWBERRIES 4 Pkgs 99C

1 1 -And- the Rev.Church W. S.Extension McAliley is Conference attending I ATLANTIC MEMORIALS.INC :

'FLAME jvi at Montreal N. C. from Aug. 6 to I J I ESTABLISHED 1930 ,
4 r 1 12. While there he will also \isil 1
\ his parents Mr. and :Mrs. C. C.\\ 715 FOREST ST. i U. S. No. CobblerPOTATOES
; e'v"'t:4Ollll McAliley at Chester, S. C. Mrs.

flOMII 010 SACUMEMIO- / ft1 McAliley and son, Sam, will visit : Lbs
1 S'.Mmc 1.7iUiA. ELUOTT ; Dr. and :Mrs. :M.: L. Kokomoor in II : S 10 33Co.
Gainesville during Rev. :McAliley'sabsence. : .

; -e --c c MOORE E. JOHNS & SON Let Us Thoroughly I -
.: .(OU4LICAnd. [.f.1]I-=' w Mrs. S. G. Denmark and children

.- 'DCU111IMB UuIascl about this questionTo and Miss Sue :Morris spent the 1 Wash Your Clothes ." -. .--'- .. -- ." .
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lT first of the week in Crescent City.1 -
Plus Cartoon and News rebuild our home that was Thomas.Mr. 9 Pounds
Paulette Goddard destroyed by fire will cost
and Mrs. Charles and
Aha "Aint That Ducky" Cartoon $6000 than the fire insurance For 40c!
O. \V.'hite., Sr. were in Talla- I II
And Chap. One "GovL Aft'nts'S.. we had on it. This hassee on Sunday visiting Mr. MARGARINE

Phantom Legion"EFFIE Thur., Fri-Aug. 13. 14CORINNE $6000 mortgage puts us right and Mrs. G. C. White and :Mrs.J. FREE Bleach If Desired! I
where we started 10 years W. White.
JOHNS ago. Would $6 more premiumper Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell will 1 Stalk Lb

1 I year have covered this return home August 15 from Little We Will i 19C 19C

Sun., Mon.-Aug. 9, 10 ,<. loss? Switzerland N. C. whey) Mrs.

Sewell has spent the summer and Dry Your Clothes .- ... -- .
sQ Mr. Sewell the past three weeks. L_ _- .. -- _- --- .- .- .'
:Miss Margaret Rose Duncan was
For 20cIn
the guest of Miss Mary Rivers -

Charley E. Johns Stu weekend bins and in Tallahassee:Mary Rivers over returned the New Automatic Driers! ,i I LAND O' SUNSHINE Pure Creamery

t with Margaret Rose for a few

s RCRTMr4 THOU M o.r days visit here. I i I \BUTTER E Pound

arP"uq rrr?a"i.e-.y.. CALVET-MITCHELl & Son Agency Jimmy Bolick of Pullman, Wash., The '\VasheteriaTemple 69C

Plus "Happy Circus Days Cartoon who is stationed at Jacksonville
Also lee For Two Cartoon and I
And Latest World News NAS, spent the weekend visiting Ave. Start' I
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riIJ..ta, A I'U 1ST 7, 1353

.Blanding Highway No. 18. You are hereby --
notified that
Rids to be mailed to County suit for Divorcehas a : Witness my hand and and file the
; tn the of f'e!
SOIL CONSERVATION k- % Florida.Ranger, P.Plans O. Box and 93. Penny specificationsfor Farms. been filed against you in the 22.seal 19 at*->2.OFFICJAL.starke, Florida DffiCial\\of or the before Clerk of the Circuit Court the 24
above: named Court and day of August IS:: : '.
I this building may be obtained you are required to serve cause a ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby otherwise the allegations of said
NEWSBy from County Ranger at above ad- your answer or pleading copy o As Clerk of said Court. Complaint will be taken as confess
to the
dress. Sealed bids to be opened at complaint on the Plaintiffs By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. ed by you.
v>*-ujna Tnwersite on August14, Attorney Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark Charles R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life This notice shall be published
Bill Haas ,___ 1953, at 10:00.11.. Building, Jacksonville Florida Suilding, Jacksonville, Florida. once each week for four consecutive
The Florida Forest Service reserves and file the original In the officeof Attys.. for Plf. 7y21 4t 8/14 weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION ; the right to reject any andorall the Clerk of the Circuit Court .
bids. 7/31 2t 8/7 on or before the NOTICE TO APPEAR Dated
day of July. 1S53.
17 day of August 1953; Circuit Court Bradford County
SERVICE ; Circuit Court rtracford otherwise the Florida In Chancery. A. Darby
___ --- In County allegations of said I clerk of the Circuit
I I Florida IB Chancery.Patrica'Lee Complaint will be taken as confessed Dominick CapozzoH, Plaintiff vs. I r By Marian L. Court
Emma Crosby Deputy Cleric
; Kelly Millard Plaintiff, by you. Defendant.
I vs. Eugene Fredrick Millard De This notice shall be published Case XoNotice 9938 I[ 7/24 4t 8, If
T. Hoggins Leon Conner Chairman of the I fendant. once each week for four consecutive To Appear I
I_ By Ge ] higher land will be used for winter I In The County iutgf'u
weeks Court
in the Bradford ,
I Case Xo. 9955 County Telegraph. To: Emma Capozzoli.
_ SI Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- grazing. We were looking resi I Bradford County, Florida.
J over dence
_ County AreA'Arricu1tur&l a Order Of Publication and Notice To and address is: 340 17th
trict Board of Supervisors, an- home made rotary mower and discussing Appears State of Florida Dated this 10 day of July 1953. Street. Brooklyn New York. IX RE: Estate of J. P. ROBERTS,
0 Extension Service (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles Deceased.
A. Darby
I To: Eugene Fredrick Millard, Your are hereby notified that
I nounced that the Board will holda a
pastures when Paul put hose residence. and address is: Clerk of the Circuit Court. suit for Divorcehas : :NOTICE

Congressman Proves Interest Pecan Scab Causes Trouble special meeting Friday, August his foot lip on the mower and remarked Unknown.You By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 7/17 Clerk.4t 8/7 been filed against you lit the F.Notice Roberts is hereby has given that lA'ola

Back there In early ,June whenit Pecan scab is concerning a num- 11, at 3:30 p.: In. in the, Agricultural "The cows come in and August are 31, 1953.required in the to above appear named on you above are named required Court to serve and cause a and of I and Petition filed for her Final Final Discharge Report -

looked like all crops were going ber of folks with pecan trees. Scab I Building in Starke. Farmers and turn up their noses at the feed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff IB Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR County your answer or pleading f> the copy complaint tate of as J.-P.Administratrix Roberts, of the Es
seeks divorce and restoration of deceased and
ta burn up our Congressman Billy Is a fungus that attacks the rapidly others interested in soil conserva- now that the rains have started maiden name. Bradford County I Florida In Chancery. T. on Frank the PlaintiffAttorney Landrum. that on the 24th day of August;
tion are invited to attend. The been shall ,Emily A. Buie Pease Plaintiff, vs. I 1953.. she will apply to the Honor
have this
Matthews went into action for us growing tissues of the leaves and I mowing the Telegraph publish Order 'Albert A. Pease, Defendant. Florida able Theron A. Yawn.

so that If there proved to be a and nuts. The fungus Is carried main topic for discussion will be tough grass down". in Witness next four my weekly hand and issues.official seal Case No. 9932 and the Clerk file the original In the office of Bradford County Florida County for Judgeof ap.proval

for disaster assist.4ncthe over winter in, the infected spotson the coming election of new supervisors at Starke, Florida this July 28. I Notice To Appear.To or before the of 17 the Cir.-uit Court on I of said Final Repou and
need = day of I
T. F. Howell has a poultry farm 1953. : Albert A. Pease, whose resI- August 1953: for Final Discharge as Adminisfatrix -
for the District. Those nom otherwise
machinery would be set up and old leaves and shucks and. in (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,dence and address is: Unknown. the allegations of said i of the estate of J. P. Roberts,
lesions on the shoots of the trees. inated for the jobs are Zedra Ham- out the Keystone Road. He plansto As Clerk of said Court You are hereby notified that a complaint by you. will be taken as confessed I deceased.

readytogo. < ilton of Brooker B. White of Ry Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk suit for This 24* day of July, 1953.
Infections first observed as J. have a few beef
At the request of our local are. cows as a Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Building Bivorce and restoration. of maiden This notice shall be publishedonce ;Leola F. Roberts Administratrixof
Farm Bureau called Gaines- elongated alive brown lesions on Heilbronn -Springs, and Foster Shi side line. His plan calls for Pensa- Jacksonville, Florida. name each week for foul consecutive the Estate of J. P. Roberts.
Billy has been filed against in the weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
vile and a representative of the the veins of the under sides of the Smith of Starke. The. election will cola Bahia, Pangola and white Attys. for Plf. 7/31 4t 8/21 above named Court and you cause and 7/24 4t 8/U

Farm Home & Loan Association leaves. They are first pin pointsin take place Tuesday August 16 clover. "That soils map sure helps I NOTICE TO APPEAR you are required to serve a copy of I I I (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 14 day Charles of July. 1953. IB Circuit Court-Bradford- County
answer or pleading to the ) A. Darby
Black in the Agriculture Building in locate the best to ..Ia Clrcnlt Conrt. Bradford County, your I Florida In
was here for a meeting the next size and enlarge fast.. places plant the Floridai I. Chancery.Mary complaint on the PlaIntiff's Clerk of the Circuit Court Chaucer-

morning. Cliff Currie. our local spots appear on the nuts and may Starke. The Board of Supervisorsis different types of grasses", said T. Bradford, Plaintiff, vs. Attorney Zach H. Douglas, 505 By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. ,Gladys Charles Xielson P. Foerster.Foerster Plaintiff, Defendant.vs.
Lynch Building, Jacksonville, 7/17 4t
to cover the entire nut. In later the governing body of Bradford Mr. Howell while looking over the Clark M. Bradford, Defendant.Case Florida 8/7 Case No. 9944
representative was ready as- Xo. 9398
stages the spots become sunken.If Soil Conservation District. The rough draft of his soil and water Notice To Appear.To and file the original In the officeof NOTICE TO APPEAR Order Of Publication And NoticeTo
same any added responsibility and In Circuit Appear State Of Florida
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Court Bradford County To
aid farmers. scab is bad enough the nuts will members serve without compensa' conservation farm plan. : Clark M. Bradford whose er before the Florida In Chancery. Gladys Xielson Foerster whose
our residence and
address '
it their civic t is.: P. O. Box of 1953 I OrE'"tE'SIE'xander.. residence and address is: Unknown.
drop prematurely. tion, feeling duty 265. Benton Tenn. 17 day August. ; Plaintiff, vs
After a period of observation the of. Conservation farm plans were You otherwise the allegations of said Elphis C. Alexander, DefendantCase You are required to appear on.
Recommendations for help improve agriculture are hereby notified that a August :34. 1953, in the above named
will be taken
pecan Complaint as confessed No. 9945
during which time rains came, and delivered to Bradford Soil suit for .
Bradford County through soil con- Con by you. Notice To Appear: Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
many contacts with farmers, it scab control and a spray scheduleis servation. servation District cooperators, C. has Divorce been filed This notice shall be publishedonce To: Elphis Alexander, whose seeks divorce. Bradford County
written in bulletin 499. Insects against you In the each week for four consecutive residence and address is: 255 Cabrini Telegraph shall publish! this Orderin
was concluded that our county did C. Wynn Foster Shi Smith Paul above named Court and cause and
next four weekly
in Flori weeks in the Bradford County Boulevard New York 33, New Issue.,5Witness
want disaster loan and disease of the Pecan Soil and water conservation you are required to serve a copy of
not York. hand
a programto Faulkner, Cornelious Moore, Leon Telegraph. my and official'seal
da. We also have a good bulletin your answer or pleading to the Datedthis 13 day of July, 1953. You at Starke, Florida, this
for Paul are hereby notified that a suit July
off-set immediate losses. I I farm plans were prepared Conner, O. F. Gorrell and Billy complaint on the Plaintiff'ttorneys. 1953.:
in Florida. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby for Divorcehas
on Pecan Growing -\ Willian D. Morgan
Now, here Is where our Con- Meng and T. F. Howell. Meng, Noegel. 507 Clark Building, Jackson- Clerk of the Circuit Court. been filed against you In the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
These are free at our office. You I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. above named Court and
in. The other whose dairy is located east of i ville. Florida cause and As Clerk of said Court
gressman day may write, call or visit us and is to use Pen- Marcus Conner states that his and file the origrnat in the office of 7/17 4t 8/7 you are required to serve a copy of By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Farm Bureau president Wain- Hampton, planning the Clerk of the Circuit Court your answer or pleading to tne complaint Charles R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
wright and I had a fine letter make your request. sacola Bahia and Coastal Bermudafor cows are going after the Pensa- sr before the on NOTICE TO APPEARIn on the Plaintiffs Attorney J"IIi1di'1l1:. Jacksonville, Florida.
Cattlemen Hear Conner his main pasture grasses. cola Bahia grass now that he has 31 day of August. 1953, Circuit Court,*Bradford County, T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida Attys. for Plf. 7/4.41 S14That's
from ,Billy wanting to know how Florida In Chance:
Conner mowed down all the weeds and otherwise the allegations of said! Helen Marion Thompson, Plaintiff,
Representative Doyle clover the damp soils
White on
the crop situation was and'if there I Complaint will be taVn as confess Mack Defendant.
vs. Ralph Thompson -
at the regular BradfordCattleman's on the. tough grass. I '!d by you. Our Business I
was a need to attack this disaster -, spoke and. sweet yellow lupine This notice shall se publishedonce Case No. 9930 ss
Association meetinglast Notice To AppeariTo ,
each week for four
program further. Friday evening. Conner emphasized ..........yy.yyyyyyyyyyy.HEILBRONN. DON'T SAY fountain pen-SAY weeks In the Bradford County Tele- I : Ralph Mack Thompson, whose If It's Glass We Have It!
rraph. residence and address is: c/o Wrays'
Mike Gilhooly called me the that now is the time for ESTERBROOK. A point for every Dated this 25 day of July 1953. I Barber $hop. Boulevard and Broad CALL WRITE or VISIT

other day and reported that he cattlemen to stay bound together.He $2.37 complete at BRAD (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Streets, Richmond, Virginia.You .
purpose. Clerk of the Circuit Court. are hereby notified that a '
had visited Billy Matthews in believes that the cattle hobbyist FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.AOT1CE By Marian L. Ciosby, Deputy'Clerk suit for : Joe Peters Glass Co. '

Washington.. Mike wanted to tell is on the way out and the cat- by Marian Norman 7/31 4t. 8/21 Divorce

me that Billy was interested in tie business will again be in the I tAA A AAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAJ TO CREDITORS In. Circuit Court-Bradford-- County., has above been named filed Court against and you cause In and the FOR ANY GLASS NEED

our agricultural program and thatit hands of the true cattleman. In the Court of the CountJudge, Florida: In Chancery you are required to serve a copy of We Design. Modern Store Fronts
Rev. J. Lingerfelt filled the pulpit Suzanne M. Holt, answer or pleading to the
was a great part of their con- Conner reported on recent activi- Bradford County. }Florida In Robert K. Holt Defendant.Plaintiff vs. complaint on the Plaintiff's A Just Mail Us A Pattern for
both services Sunday. Probate.
versation. ties in the Legislature affectingthe at be little In[ re: Estate of Edward Seabright, Case No. 995Sj I Attorney Lloyd Pass, 302 Clark Table Tops
would like for you to a Building, Jacksonville, Florida
Dec' sed. Order Of
the And Notice
and how
Legislation livestock acted producer on these several earlier for both services and be TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS To Appear State Of Florida To I and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office oz of. 318 N. \V. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 ,
Robert K. Holt, whose residenceand
with us In Sunday School and HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS or before the -
FILL measures. Conner stated that organizations AGAINST SAID ESTATE: address Is: 35% Clearbrook 17 day of August. 1953;
DIRTGOOD like the Cattleman's training Union. You and each of you are hereby Avenue, Landsdowne, Pennsylvania.You .I otherwise the allegations of said -
notified and required to present any are required to appear on Complaint will be taken as confessed
Association had much power in Our building fund is growing claims and demands which you. or August 31. 1953, in the above named by you.

RICH making requests to the legislature. slowly but steadily. We should either of you. may have against the Court and cause, -wherein plaintiff This notice shall be publishedonce MOVING '
estate of Edward Seabright, de- 'I seeks divorce and restoration of eacn week for four consecutive
be able to finish Sunday I
soon our
He urged complete organizationin ceased. late of said County, to the maiden name. Bradford County weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
TOP SOIL active ''association. School rooms. And have you seen County Judge of Bradford County I Telegraph shall publish this Orderin I
Florida at his office in the court next four weekly issues. Dated thi 10 day of. July, 1953. -
nice sign placed on the
Farm Bureau Friday Night the new house of said County at Starke. I I Witness my hand and official (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby LOCAL S Safe PHONE
attend front of the building? Florida, within eight calendar [ seal at Starke, Florida, this July Clerk of the Circuit Court
See You are urged vo your months from the time of the first i29, 1953. Ey Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. OR Dependable
Farm Bureau meeting Friday Remember services next Sunday, publication of this notice. Each (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles! A. Darby 7/17 4t 8/7 LONGDISTANCE 311

BILL JACKSON night, Aug. 7, at 8:00: p. m. in the with baptism at Kingsley Lake in claim or demand shall be In writing, ". As Clerk of said Court I EconomicalR.
and shall state the place of residenceand By Marian I. Crosby, Deputy Clerk In The Circuit Court Of Bradford
Jackson Transfer Courthouse. The Farm Bureau is the afternoon. Sunday night the post office of the claimant, and Alan C. Winters, Jr., 508 Graham onnty, Florida. In Chancery. S B. Alvarez OR
Company active. It can help you if you will Junior Union will have charge of shall be sworn to by the claimant.his Building. Jacksonville Florida. Alexander Bishoff. Plaintiff, vs. .
or her agent, or attorney, and Attys. for Plf. 7/31 4t 8/21 Fannie Bishoff, Defendant.Case. Agents For TRANSFER AND '
t Phone 165 attend the meetings and take part the assembly program in Train- any such claim or demand not so Xo. 9943 250-J
I Order Of Publication And :\oticeTo DeIcher Bros.
U L in our active program. Ing Union. filed shall be void. NOTICE TO APPEARIn STORAGE CO. .
Cassie Seabright. As Administra Circuit Court Bradford CountyFlorida Apear State of Florida To _ _
The Junior Class enjoyed a social I trix of the Estate of : In Chancery. Fannie Bishoff, whose residenceand
Alfred R. Martin, Plaintiff vs. Ruth address is: 500 West Montgomery -
last week at the home of As executor of the Last Will .
and Testament of Edward :Marlene: Martin, Defendant. Ave.. Rockville, Maryland.
Elaine Thompson. Elaine is recovering Seabright, deceased. Case No. 9929. I You are required to appear on STORAGEPerryman

from injuries receivedin First publication July 31st, 1933. Notice To Apnrar.To August 24, 1953. in the above named
SAVE with I : Ruth [arltneIartln.. whose Court and cause, whereir olaintiff I
4t 8/21
: 1 an automobile accident some 7/31 residence and address i is: 161 West seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida

time ago. He enjoyed the visit In Circuit Court, Bradford County. Colorado Street, Memphis, Tennes shall publish this Order in -
see. next four weekly issues. '
a1 }Florida In ('hancery.Harvey .
his class.
utuallnsurance O. Moore, Plaintiff, vs. llu- -

Miss .Joyce Morgan leaves 1. dell Moore Defendant.Case
No. 9959
this week for a vacation in the
Order Of Publi..alloa'ad Notice To
,mountains. .Appear State Of Florida Tot ,,.;1
CONNER STARKE'S ONLY I Miss Estelle 'Green returned Rudell Moore, whose residence'and
BROS. address is: 714 Scott Street, Scotts- FORD
MUTUAL AGENCY'Shop home Satbrday from a visit to boro, Alabama. Only Trucks-offer.

Miami. You are required to appear on -S
August 31, 1953, in the above named

Before Buying ... Compare These Savings Miss Freida Green is home after seeks Court divorce.and cause Bradford wherein County plaintiff Tel- ,
most of summerin
working egraph shall publish this Order in

-. ... IPublic Jacksonville.Mr. next Witness four weekly my hand issues.and official ,

and Mrs. Hugh Uhl of Or- seal at Starke, Florida, this July Sixo.nd
lando visited the Rosier familyover 30. 1953. "., choice of V-8
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby },
liability only $29.50 the weekend. As Clerk of said Court

Miss Janet Rosier of Ocala is By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Zach II. Douglas. 505 Lynch Build-
Driver's License Can Be Revoked If Your Are Involved visiting her cousins, Glenda Var- Ing, Jacksonville, Florida.

In Accident Without Liability lies and Sandra Carmichael. Attys. for Plf. 7/31 4t 8/21

Ted Shultz of Jacksonville .
was the weekend guest of her OTICE OF I\TK>TIO\ TO Low-Friction. t!
SAVE 20% on All Dwellings and Contents mother, Mrs. Delores Carmichael. I Notice Is hereby given that the new ppw

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rosier ot undersigned, under the provisionsof
SAVE 15% on All Business Property Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida,
Ocala spent the weekend with Acts of 1941, will register with the .
SAVE 10-20ft on All Cars & Trucks Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier and Clerk of the Circuit Court in and .
for Bradford County, State of Florida
SAVE 30% on Garage & Service Station Liability family. upon receipt of proof of publication .....- .
Mrs. Ruby Gaynoe and Glenda of this notice. the fictitious .; !: .
name of Advance Sign Co. under ...., _' _
apd Grady Varnes visited Mrs. which we are engaged in businesson -. : _
Bertie Rosier in Gainesville last Court St. Starke, Fla. p' /; _
Sole owner K. A. Shutt, Hoover S'E
Conner Bros. Insurance _
Agency Saturday.Mr. Apts. Starke, Fla.
and Mrs. Sidney Emmanuel Dated this 27th day of July
A.D. 1953. Starke. Bradford County,
DOYLE CONNER LUCIAN CONNER and children of Enterprise visited Fla. ,. 7/31 U S/21

relatives here last weekend. While
In Circuit ('curt. Bradford County
Representing some of America's Highest Rated Companies here they enjoyed a fish fry with Florida: In ('hancery.athanIel .

As Rated by Alfred M. Best, America's Leading the Eldon Sapps, T. N. Normans, vs. Maxine Ben Brinson Brinson Defendant., Jr., Plaintiff, _

Insurance Authority Leroy 'Normans, and the Ancel Case No. 9957

Normans at the latter's home. Order Of Publication And .Notice
PHONE 285 To Appear; State Of Florida To:
Norman Hamilton of Jackson E
Maxine Brinson. whose residenceand
ville was the weekend guest of address is Unknown.

Mrs. Ruby Gaynoe and family. I You are required to appear on !t ,J
August 31, 1953, in the above named
Marian Norman is spending this Court and cause, wherein plaintiff : f
a j'1 rr
S4 the guestof seeks divorce. :Bradford County -
week in Enterprise as
Telegraph shall publish this Orderin '.
SOOTRADE Miss Catherine Emmanuel.Mr. next four weekly issues. t I

and Mrs. Oscar Carter are Witness my hand and official seal I k
at Starke Florida, this July 29, ,
spending their vacation in Hot I 19'53.OFFI'LL.

Cn fiarc.. A*.>lr. ,. SPAT Ohsirloa A T>ar .
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:As: CIk f said C"utBy ; :
\ Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk e. ;

visited their son-in-law and daughter Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch BuildIng -
Jacksonville Florida.Att.s. .
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford for Plf. 7/31 4t 8/21

in Jacksonville last Friday. 'S
Rudolph Sapp, who is employed Sealed bids will be received by the S5

IN as a surveyor with the State City Council of the City of Starke,

Phone 80 Starke, Fla. Road Department spent the weekend at until the 8:00:City o'clock Hall in P.M.Starke, on ,Tuesday.Florida, FIVE great truck engines,

with his parents, .)Ir. ana August 18. 1953, at which time and NEW DRIVERIZED CABS-meet comfortable any truck! NewS

Mrs. G. L. Sapp. place publicly all opened bids and received read aloud will on be up to 155 1 horsepower- curved one-piece windshield, new wider seat with shock inubber

ON YOUR OLD MATTRESSJflflflSSflflflflSflSSSflSflfls Some of the children from our the following: In the big all-new line of -completely NEW! Shown: all-new Ford F-350 9ft. Express

community are attending Vaca- One 16000 G.B.\V. Rated Truck G.V.W. 7,100 lbs. with Deluxe Drivmzed Cab (extra cost).

tion Bible School at Bayless High- Standard with 102 inch 4-speed C. A.transmission Dimension. over 190 Ford Truck models I !

ssrs-rs SSfla way Church. and two speed rear axle, F.O.R,

'MTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTff' adjusted Starke. Florida.on freight Bid difference price to be to The only ultra-modern overhead-valve V-8 engines inC NEW LOW-FIICTION 101-h.p. Cost Clip.overheadvalve .

THIS INNER Body Mounting point. trucks are in FORD Trucks! Ford now offers three new Six cuts piston travel 18%, without

: WHERE TRAINING AND The accept said or City reject reserves any or the all right bids. to Lo.W-HuCTION' truck engines 101- : E per reducing rpm-delivers more pulling

SPRINGMATTRESS EXPERIENCE COUNTIf City of Starke, Florida h.p. Cost Clipper Sir:, 145-kp. Cargo King V-8, 155.kp. ) power on lees gas! World-famoua 106-)

.' By: Carl Johns, City 7/J1 3t Clerk Cargo King V-8. Short stroke design cuts friction h.p Truck V-8 has new high-aft cam-
S you need a truss or surgical 8/14 Ford
shaft efficiency
"power waste saves gas! With the world-famous new cooling

support, you cannot afford to Truck. offer widest choice of
1 CALL FOR BIDS 106hp. Truck V-8 and the 112-h.p. Big Six, you have for 53

59.95 I take a chance with y.ur health, Sealed bids will be received by the a five-engine choice to suit the most exacting power transmissions in truck history-Synchro-cost!
City Council of the City of Silent in model at no extra
by being improperly fitted. Starke hauling! every
at the City Hall in Starke Florida, needs of today's hurry-up /
Here at Canova Prescription until 8:00 o'clock P.M., on Tuesday,

Less$15.OO Center, we nave trained'tech- August 18, 1953. at which time and
place all bids
received will be
nicians both male and female, publicly opened and read aloud, on
For Your the following: &ipefilp'VEWFORDa0'voni'TRUCKS
to serve you.Remember One enclosed Packer type Gar

your health and bage collection unit, 12 Cubic

Old Mattress comfort depend on expert mounted Yard Capacity.on truck Body furnished to by be Come iii-see tlJem!
Starke. Florida. SAYI TIME SAVE MONET I'.D.A.I'-
The said City reserves the
to .
: accept or reject any or all bids.
: : Balance City of Starke Florida
By: Carl Johns. City Clerk


$44.95 PHONE 4202 NOTICE I

(Near Hospital) sealed Florida bids Forest for furnishing Service requests of all I

Gainesville, Fla. tion labor of and one materials(1) Towerman's and construe resi. & Adams Sts. Phone 118 STARKE FLORIDA ,

I dence at Satsuma Towersite four
aAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I miles east of main gate to, Camp =

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vacation. I Mrs. Pearl McClellan of Waldo.I Mrs. J. C. Dubose, who had been -. ---- - ,
Church .
u otiieZ.-=---- Presbyterian Rev. John Childress pastor of!i On Wednesday they entertainedMrs. I visiting'her sisters, }In:. J. J. -- --
the Christian Church, Is on his Brannen and Mrs. T. F. Brown.
I Sunday, Aug. 9-Sunday School Alice Dubose of Vero Beach.I 0
9:45: a. m. with Asst Supt. W. T. vacation, Rev. J. B. Dixon of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dubose and I 1IARLCOOK'S
of Hampton -
Jackson in charge. Adult class sonville, former pastor son, Fred, of Vero Beach visited I
Christian Church, is fillingthe There will be a working at De-
Mrs. I
will be taught by Judge T. A. T. F. Brown Sunday on their
Yawn. pulpit.Mr way home from a vacation in i I, dan Cemetery on Thursday, Aug.I
Morning service 11'a. m. with and Mrs.: Carl Brown ViSi- Asheville. N. C. They were ac- 20. All interested persons are :
At The TabernacleGilbert Christian Church sermon by Joseph W. Conyers Jr., ted their parents Mr. and Mrs.,companied home by their mother, urged to attend.STARKE. I I.c
Raiford Sunday.
/. ministerial candidate. The minister Hubert Griffis at
C. Moore of Park of the Services will beheld' at 11 a. m. will be attending the Church Extension Mrs. Nita Johnson and grand-,:
Palms was again the guest speaker and 8 p. m. next Sunday. A guest Conference at Montreal, daughter, Joan Singleton, and\
at the Tabernacle last Sunday minister will occupy the pulpit. N. C. There will be no evening Mrs. Anna Lamoraux are visiting>
morning.Mr. service. relatives in Macon, Ga. | 3
Sunday Scnooi at 9:45 a. m. Mid-
and Mrs. :Moore left Tues- I On Tuesday, Aug. 11, the Circles :Miss Carol Ann Simmons of i t
day for Long Island, N. Y, where 'week prayer meeting 8 p. m.Wed-' I of the Women of the Church Jacksonville is visiting the M.I t 3
Mr. Moore will do some special nesday.. I will meet as follows: Circle 1, L. Wattersons; also their daughter RADIO TV SERVICE
work for the boys school It Stony Mrs. K. G. Duncan, chairman Mrs. Archie Eiland of Homa-,t .c
Brook. :Church of God'Sunday with Mrs. E. M. Davis; Circle 2, sassa. t .c
The Mitchell family left Sun- I: Mrs. W. T. Jackson, chairman, at Mr. and 1\"'S. Billy Byrd of : Reasonable Guaranteed Service
School 10 a.m. Morn
day afternoon for a month's va- the home of Mrs. W. T. Jackson Lake Butler spent Sunday with t Groceries-
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening : On All Makes Radios TV Meats Feed
cation in Bristol, Va.PENTECOSTAL Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service .with Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. E. B. their sister Mrs. Troy Norman tand or 3,
Jackson serving as co-hostesses. family
HOLINESS Tuesday 7:30"7:30 pjn. p.m.Thursday.Prayer MeetIng .I Regular choir practice will be held Lucille McCullouch has returned j IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS 3 1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North
CHURCH at the church at 7:30
: p. from visiting her grandmother. t '
Sunday School 10 a.m. I Lawtey Mrs. Southerland of Lake utter W Phone 339-J
Morning Service 11 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn. SATISFACTIONCall
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whidden of =
Evening Service 7:30 p.OLPrayer' ing Worship 11 a-m. YPE Serving Palatka, former Hampton resi-I Specials For Thur., Fri., Sat.Aug. 6, 7. 8
Meetings Wednesday Saturday, 7:30 p.OLWOODLAWN Raymond E. MacBlain 'dents, are rejoicing over the birthof = 1 198-W%' At Once QUALITY RIGHTS RESERVED
7:45 *
night p.m. Saturday nigh MISSIONARY I Schedule of Services a son last Tuesday.Mrs. t
I J. H. Parker of the Farm
I Colony spent the weekend at her Nasworthy's
LATTER DAY SAINTS ': LAUTEY, FLA. 9:45 a.m., Church School 11 home here. Long Grain

Services each Sunday in old Masonic -' 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; 'fr Verna Young and boys ..
Hall on E. Call St. Sunday preaching. 6:15 BTU. 6:45 prayer 6:30: p.m.. Young People's Service and Vernon Forsyth spent Sun- Cloth Bag $4.79
School 10 a. M.' Sacrament' Service service, 7 o'clock song services, 'League. day at Jacksonville Beach. R ICE.10LI 1
6:30. p. Everyone welcome. 7:30: evening services. HOLY COMMUNION1st. :Mrs. Louise Manier scent sever- .

Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- al days last week with relativesin I
day 7:30: Jacksonville. SHAMROCK
a.m.FRIDAY. Mrs. Mary Williams receivel

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. an Master aopointment last SaturdayMr. as Hampton'sPost Cons

8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. and Mrs. J. B. Adkins of DOTTED MEAT 3 19CJIM

Miami spent last week with the J.
Church ef ChristCorner G. Adkins family. They left fora
.... .. ,. ,. vacation in N. C. accompaniedby DANDY
10th and McMahon
J. E. Adkins.
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor A. M. and 7:3l
Preaching *
P.M. t.. Mr. and. .Mrs. Raleigh Brannenhad I Lbs
Jefferson and Court Streets'In The Heart of Town as their e"tAsts Sunday Mr. GRITS 5 43C
and Bible Stud
Prayer Meeting and Mrs. McNiel of Archer and
Phones Office 231-Pastorium 130 each Wednesday 7:30 P. M
Bible School-10 A. M.
,. I II' ,.. .. I Any Brand WASHINGPOWDERS

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. St. Edward's Church PHONE 218 I
Mass at 9:15 a. m.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Sunday Weekday Mays T:30 a.m. COLONIALFLORIST 29Cs.

Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Children's Class Saturday 11a.
Keystone Heights
i (Women's Hub)

Sunday Mass 8 a. m. FLOWERSFor SUGAR 5 Lbs
PEOPLE ARE SAYING Confessions before all Masses. All Occasions


Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preach- (j)

Union 8 p. m.7 p. m.; Evening Service DISH GARDENS .

"A church earnestly contendingfor POTTERY
the Faith which was once delivered I MOSQUITOES-SPIDERS Swifts P. Crunchy or Plain 12-oz Jar
Thur., Aug. 6 -,THE DEVIL'S BIOGRAPHY unto the Saints." -Jude POTTED PLANTS
An illustrated, informative topic 3. A welcome awaits you.
Fri., Aug. 7 THE RETURN OF ELIJAH -Merle Packman, pastor. Flowers 'Wired Ac.xu: s 41 SCORPIONS ,,,1RG1..!J11 PEANUT BUTTER 29C

-Hear the Bible explanation of Malachi 4:5 .- AnywhereNona 'wcrwr' "
Do you know the rule by which your CHURCH I St. Sbrke YELLOW ROSE '

life is judged? Services each Sabbath in old ,
Call St. Sab-I .. .,
Masonic Hall on E. -
bath School 2 Preachingeach |
pm. FLOUR 25 9
Are we obliged to keep the Ten Com- second and fourth Sabbaths
3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor.
JOIN YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS AT THE Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m*1 (With Cup or Vase FREE)

'TRUTH FOR TODAY' TENT10th Everyone yTyyyyyyyyyYyyyyyyyyyYyl welcome. 1- ttttdeoiwy. Vanity Fair 1000 Sheets For


Mrs. \Vm. \V. Hammond
& r temte\r 2-400 sheet pkgs., 1.200 sheet pkg. 89c Value

J. G. Adkins, who has been blind Blue RoseRICE
Free Tankm for several months, submitted to
a very successful operation Tues I
day of last week by Dr. Love in SLbCelloPkg 69C
Gainesville, and now.Mr. Adkinscan
I see.
Mrs. George; Sa .,n and Del d
= PURCHASE OF Feagles were in Gainesville Fri we'll give '

=ANY NEW% GAS RANGE day.Mr.in Palatka.. and and Mrs.Mrs.Saturday.Mr. Eugene J. A.. Sasser Birt were have "V you Meat Specialsu.

returned home from, a vacation
with their daughter, Mrs. F. L. ]from..

town Bullock,"S. and C. family of Georges- S. Good

Sl de Gas Co. Mr and Mrs. P. D. Adkins of ; 0
old tires
1 with Dundee the spent J. G. Wednesday dkins family night and ior"your STEW BEEF Lb 1SC

left Thursday morning'for a vaca
PHONE 121 STARKE, FLA. Lion in Hendersonville, N. C.: [more if they'reworth .
They were accompanied. by Miss Large, West CoastMULLET
Louise Adkins.

Mrs. Eunice Morris and Benny [ more trade Lb
( .
Saxon have returned
to Pompanoafter 15C
LOoK IT'S LEMON"'Rorderis Famoas
visiting the B. G. and George
i -- -" Saxons. low for new safer
r/ Mr. and 'Mrs. Truby Slade are ,
the proud parents of a daughterborn CHURN .GOLD
Friday in the Alachua Gen-
/ \ eral Hospital. In Quarters Lb
\' Vernon Slade Jr. has returned ) OLE 0 19C
from a business trip to Ohio. f ? ,
\ Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kelly of| .
II Miami, Mrs., Bessie McDaniel :Mr. .s-
and Mrs. Ray Adkins, and Larry
I Warren of Tampa were recent I!
j'guests of the J. E. Adkins family.I I or Lb 39CNice
t ':Mrs.lys home Adkins for accompanied an extended the visit.Kel-, DON'T HISS THIS DEAL!

Mr. and Mrs. F. Saxon of
\V. :
Oakland Park have returned after, 'I"$, you save $ $ $ $ $ $ Fresh Dressed & Drawn -, "
a two weeks visit with :Mrs. Ellen(
Saxon, W. A. Saxon's and other Lb'
relatives and friends. i j I t HENS 49C

% ICE CREAM .A Mr. and Mrs. Charlie "Alvarez i| we'll buy the unused ,
% '
and children. Mrs. Eva Nazworth' N

-- and daughter Jimmie ,Beasley Bonnie to accompanied Palatka-' ouur .miles in your present tires! Lb

la hot weather. ecoy} refreshing Bordea's Sunday. Jimmie spent a ;week I' ._ WEINERS 33C

Lemon Custard Ice Cream. Here's delicate with his grandmother, Mrs. Naz Pay as little as
worth, who had spent a week J
lemon flavor blended so smoothly into Border's cream-rich
with her sister. Mrs. Charles Gas-: $125 A. WEEK! GOOD WHITEBACON
Ice Cream the perfect combination kins. returned home with them. .1 j '

for a cool delightful dessert. Buy Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baker and' Lb 31'
Border's lemon Custard Ice Cream children of Crystal Lake spent t -
Sunday with the Hammond's. = ,
fountain. .
today at your store or \ .
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore of
Archer Mrs. D.Y.. :Moore of | HOW! ill instill(I.1 njir' new tires FREE! SWIFT
v Starke. and Da\id Moore of Belje

Gwastaa; i Jorden! I Glade on Mrs.Thursday.visited K. B.Mrs.Watterson T.- F. Bro'nI is on ,I\I II Service SEEBER Center D. GOODMANU. Station 'I.'I.S S SAUSAGE Lb 11.C I

sick 1
the list.
i. ICE CREAM I Rev and Mrs.: R. C. Gray and j S. 301 at South City Limits i I ,_ _ ,: r
girls have returned from their ..- ,-- -- _-. -- -- I
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Bradford District -- Ten Bradfordites more, than 10", farmers 5- have requested -I .

\ Chas. Kirkland
forms to be used in applying -
-' To Enter National I Will Get DegreesAt I
I for gas tax exemption on

BILLY MATTHEWS1 SCS CompetitionBradford U of F MondayTen farm machinery. '_ Wins $100 AwardIn

The new State law which exempts -

J : WASHINGTON Soil Conservation Dis- 6uf Bradford Countains will receive gasoline from the state! Fisher Contest

IL*. trict has entered the national Soil degrees at the University of .

NEWS LETTER Conservation Awards program Florida: Summer Session Commencement tax became effective August,
: Charles
brn urqeMohrPOMCA. Kirkland, local Boy
I 4
sponsored by the Goodyear Tire & w to be held in Florida: but application for exemption had

Rubber Co. of Akron, Ohio. ---- NEBR?= Gymnasium, Gainesville on Monday to be made to the State Comp- i! Scout, won second place in the
[Junior Division for the
Florida in
Members pf the Bradford district Wherein the busy summer daysare knife before slicing hard boiled August 10. I roller's office 15 days before the ,Fisher Body Craftsman's Guild
bills which ility of distributing some of our will
two compete against other
I voted against full of happiness, as they take eggs and the yolk will not crum- Slated to receive degrees from law went into effect. [model car competition. He will! receive -
agricultural surplus products suchas soil conservation districts in the .
passed the House this past week. wing. I celebrate my birthday. ble. Warm furniture polish be- Starke are: Hugh B. Ingram, < for his entry
corn, wheat, butter and eggsto state. Non-partisan judging com County Agent G. T. Huggins at $100, winning
One was an extra Immigration bill .. fore using. It does the work bet- Master of Education; Chas. C. Announcement of state and regional
our older and other needy citizens mittees, selected from Flojida's) Between these two there a meeting in Brooker last month
ever Johns, Bachelor of Science in
imposed on the regular Immigration ter. Candles chilled in the refrigerator -|[ I winners throughout the na-
who are receiving public as- outstanding exponents of the soil explained the. law to
ran interested
admits thousandsof will j I Business Administration; Helen M. tion
law which burn longer. I ILURA'S I was made in Detroit this
sistance from State and Federal conservation movement, will deter- A current deep and swift and Malone Edna Prevatt and Muriel and
immigrants into this country persons offered to help farm- week, where judging has been in
funds. Proper safeguards would mine the state's outstanding district true Norman Master of Education ers in their '
annually. Under the provisions of ; filing applications. Iprogiyss for three weeks.
this bill passed by the House, 217- also be given to the rights of the for the period July 1, 1953 to And yet they never spoke of them by the quart. Wash IS. McGriff, Bachelor of, Design;

states In such a proposed distri- April :30, 1954 on a basis of total -
000 more immigrants would be. admitted love dill and pickles. Put a sprig of Drew F. Reddish, Bachelor of I
bution. Surely, if it is determinedthat points scored in performance of
into this country over the They had too many things to do. dill in bottom of the jar. I some- Science in Agriculture.
our agricultural surplus is regular district duties. ,
From Grace A. Browning
next three years. I felt that we times puU in an onion and then Lawtey: -
too and we are planning to She bore his sons and cooked Truck
risk large Grand award for one member of Bachelor of Arts in Education. Owners!
were taking- great security to and sewed put in cucumbers, packing solid. I I II
there would not be proper give much of it away people I each winning district governing From Hampton: Betty Joan

In that of those desiring to en- :who need it all over the world body and the top cooperating farmer And made their home a sunny Another sprig of dill on top. Add I May, Bachelor of Arts in Educa-!

screening bill i we should give. some of it to our I or rancher named by the district I place; two heaping tablespoons of pIck- tion. .
further that this PUT YOUR
ter. I to the best interestof own people whom I believe are I will be a one-week, expense-free, I, He'd make a trellis for her rose, ling salt and four tablespoons of From Keystone Heights: James I PRICE ON YOUR

was the opposed United States in that its I urgently in need of it. vacation trip to Goodyear's fab-|I And bring from town a bit of vinegar. Fill with cold water and I C Houser Jr., Master of Fine Arts.I I

to win friends ulous winter resort, the Wigwam I lace. sel. They are good in two months. From Lake Butler: Doris Moore!

avowed purpose was this :Starke Boy Second Guest ranch on Goodyear Farms, These are happy days for me. Richard, Master of Education. : PRESENT
for us. Yet the same day And when she darned his socksat I TRUCK FOR A
Litchfield Park, Arizona, in December We had company. A pleasantvisit
immigration bill was passed i MeetThirteenyearold night,
super In Bicycle
195.t1iembers with Don's daughter and
which would admit among others, I He'd sit and watch her all the Mrs. Louise Bohn
of the Bradford district family who were here a week.

50.000 Italians, the De Gasperl Roy Radfordof governing body who will compete I while, Tomorrow is my birthday. I haveso Buried At Hampton DEAL
which Is ON A NEW DODGE !
government in Ttaly, Gainesville* took top honors in for the Goodyear award are: And when he tilled her flower many nice. cards and handkies.I I
friendly to us, was overthrown.I contestants Wednesday beds
field of 30 -- --
the bill a Leon Conner, Chairman; Lloyd ... .. had a card from each grand- Airs. Louise Bonn, 61, a resident -
also voted against July 29 in the first annual Green, Vice-Chairman, V. R. Fer- ane wouia num a little song child and my son and wife anda I of Harrpton for many years,

which would make available out bicycle meet staged at keystone i I and smile. I nice which shall died Monday afternoon Make mail it usl! We're
guson; J. R. Wainwright; and package I open followinga your own appraisal .. to
of the Commodity Credit Corporation Airpark by the,recreation depart- i Clyde Cone.National -Beulah Fenderson Smith.jI j tomorrow. Life is so wonderfulon long illness. She was a nativeof
worth of anxious to trade and will do level best
stocks, $100.000,000 ment of Keystone Heights. I I our to
I 56th It is Germany and was of
winners, of the Conser- my birthday. a joy a
like the above
'surplus commodities to relieve Radford was outstanding duringthe I'. vation Awards will be announced I', poem. It speaks I to be older. As I look back, I feelso the Hampton Baptist membel meet your price! No cost! No obligation!
hunger and famine anywhere In I to me of childhood days and the
entire meet, taking first placein at the seven regular area meetingsof I sorry for the young and newly She is survived by ere ,

the world. I felt we should take two of the six events and finishing the National Association of Soil.:lovely companionship I remember I married. They have so much be- William Bengel. of Germany. Best deal offered truck
this out of the over six and
money se ond and fourth in two I Conservation districts. Plaqueswill ;that was for my father and mother fore them that will be surprisesand Funeral services were held at Here's _
one-half billions of dollars of"new owners all you do:
others. H. L. Morgan mayor of be awarded at these conven- that lasted 52 Had God only knows what hard- the graveside in Hampton Ceme-

foreign aid money the Congress.already The appropriated Keystone Heights, presented Rad- tions to the hundred first and i|'I of them passed years.on early very one ships. The.y need God and prayer. tery Thursday afternoon at 2:30 : Decide what your present

Commodity by Credit Corporation is ford with the grand prize a new second place winning districts. likely now days the children left Many of them. o'clock with Rev. Bob Gray of- truck is worth in a trade on 4l

English racing bicycle. with the This is what I believe.A ficiating. a new Dodge truck. Write
responsible for financing our great remaining parent would
Agricultural program. Why weaken Patsy Waters of Keystone City Fines Total accuse, the one still alive of being DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HorrJ this figure on the appraisal
careless kindle
Heights finished second, turningin word may was in charge of arrangements. form below. Fill
mean to the deceased, because
the financial structure. that
strife the'I
Department and make the friendsof a creditable performance in $359.50 In July [:only'those dead are angels. When A cruel; word may 'reck a life. I i form, and mail it to us! ;; /

Agriculture responsibl for tak- every event. Her stunt riding was I'I we are alive we have so many bitter word hate instill Few Farmers Ask if you prefer, phone us.
one of the .highlights of the meet. Mayor J. R. Wainwright's docket A may ;

ing the burden of replacing this Ricky Herndon! of Starke placed I i for the month of July lists 17 (I faults. It has come to my ears A brutal word may smite and I For Gas ExemptionAccording 1 We'll do our very best to
which several times that the children
new are
money money
third Lane Sibley of Keystone persons charged with breakingthe kill. meet the price you put on
would have to be raised by new guilty of such. A very dear lady A word smooth to a spokesman of
fourth and John Simmons of law in the City of Starke. gracious may your present truck. If we
taxes and would likely mean The cases brought in a total of came to mv porch the other eve- the way, the County Agent's office, not can get together
the federal debt limit? Starke ning and she began to Her I you'ye gota
raising weep.
I $359.50. in fines and costs, theclerk's A joyous word may light the real *'name
I have submitted a resolution Other riders entered from I I daughter had accused her of being your ownprice"
I monthly report revealed. day, /
which I hope will be passed dur- Starke were Allen Mann Lewis mean to their father. Hurt was word deal If we can't, Send us
There were four cases of intoxica- A timely may lighten : yourAPPRAISAL
ing the second session of this 83rd Mann; Ronald Prevail and Ray I I tion; one intoxicated and fighting; deep. She says, "I reared six children stress, .V' '3JUIVJ.S: I S there's no obligation. Sornailtheapprajsalformnow
Canerrss. This resolution calls for Judd. and stayed with him until I
intoxicated and disorderly; four, A loving word may heal and SEA xoa 0 M
the Department of Health, Educa- The meet attracted contestants: his death." We may not have displayed bless.It t'UZ I
fighting; one, fighting with dead- 3KOHd
tion and Welfare to make a study from Keystone, Lake Geneva,. affection, but it was there FORM !
ly two reckless
weapon; driving;
with proper safeguards for private Starke, and Gainesville. Twenty- one. reckless driving and leaving deep and so very sincere. Marriage is well to watch the sharp I .OJ U3BWIfl (or, phon. in the information)

enterprise, to look Into the feasi- two valuable prizes were awarded. scene of accident; two running is not an easy row whenit tongue and withhold that angry I H t 0 d ay I

I :red light; and one no driver's rears a big family. It is a shame I!retort. A loving word may heal svDHrraS30IHd I ------------------

license. that lonely people like her have I and bless.

to be made more unhappy by ungrateful God bless you all, I have a. truck, inh."r ._

%INKIER( ELECTRIC SERVICE I POLITICAL children. When mothertoo LOVE LURA 11DJ JO al1JAf ,.0k..modal) (good,far,poor)-

is laid to rest she will be an .

I ANNOUNCEMENTS angel. Not until then will she be Alvarez Team condition. I think it is worth $ .in a trade. I

JlITHe appreciated and missed. Are any dOI AVd11V understand that you are not obligated. to meet this price

FOR MAYORI of my readers guilty of making Loses On ErrorsThe nor am I obligated to'accept it.

i wish Announce. my candi- your remaining parent unhappy? Alvarez Store softball team ffn E! a AtS

\dacy for re-election to the office God forgive you if you are. You Name

RADIO :of Mayor of the City of Starke, had better change your tune, for will journey to Gainesville Satur- } el.L (IBWS ao a2JUrjsaudAD I
take the B & G
t Florida. If the People honor me just as sure it will come hometo day night to pn I: Mailing Address_ _ _
S I Motors team, which has already HO axw
AND I by returning me to this office, 1. you with! interest before you die. suffered defeat twice at the handsof I i L_______ ____________________JDDDGE
will serve them honestly, efficiently I We have been very busy.: Don TI3S 01 H3HKI1NOIM1LV '
the Alvarez team. Manager Ray
TELEVISIONSales and impartially as I have in went 300 miles to get a body. A 'TRUIK5
Stone has announced Bill Eppsas
L1 the past. I ernestly solicit your lady died in a hospital up in Min the a.ieH no.JI
the pitcher for
'1 1 1 I : probable.
Vote and Support for my re-elec- ,,nesota. We no more than got her

'tion as Your Mkyor.I : I II |I.buried when a neighbor lady piSsed Saturday Costly errors night were fray. the downfallof HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

and Service I Sincerely away. Now I have my work
the Alvarez teair| this past Sat-
J. R. and feel so free and
1 ." WainwrightFOR caught up urday night in Jacksonville, as Phone 69 600 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.
I happy. It is cool here this morn-
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida POUCE'II the St. Marys Craft Corp. team
I CHIEF OF ing. I am waiting for an ambulance -
smothered th m by a score of 12 -
f call taking time out to : -i FIt
I so ___ _
I am a candidate for Chief oiII 7. Vic Frees was the losing pit % -

,,* ,. Police of Starke. If you elect me write. I am going to prepare dinner cher. The standings between th

I II jto serve you, I promise courtesy, I I -a bit early so if Don has to Starke and Jacksonville teams ar

M i'F' itt'iID'ID. 1l..T-'II(!)J I consideration, and an impartial leave on the call for ambulance' now SAT. MON. ONLY

I I he will not leave hungry. I madea I
II performance. of the duties of the I I ..
fresh apple pie for him
green 11.W.
office it Is my hope to expand I
FOR RE=Unfurnished house. Inquire FOR REXT-iFurnlshed cottage redecorated -'the athletic and recreational yesterday and have some left 'for C. T. U.
at Bus Station. tf Inside modern convenviences. pro. I .
steak to
dinner. I have round fry.
1 block from school gram for our young people, and
LET J. D. 8DO)(. JR. Adults 615 McMahone, Phone will cook mashed potatoes and
HVNDLE YOUR 133-W. Mrs. A. F. Sauls. tfchs your co-operation is solicited. I ALCOHOL MARES A MA? LADIES
CATTLE A%() HOGS Herbert Thomas I I have new cabbage slaw and green COLORFUL-GIVES HIM A REI
SALES FOR RENT-Four room cottagefurnUhed beans. The garden vegetables are
Live Oak Kara VedaesdaytaIasIiI. or unfurnished at XOSE A WHITE LLVERA C
.. Each Friday FOR CHIEF OF PC.LICKI ;now ready to eat. We should have
Klngsley Court on Klngs-ley Lake I YELLOW STREAK AXI
Road near Camp Blanding. Inq.E. .I I corn large enough. I plan to go
RADIOS REPAIREDAll Nuernberger, Kingsley Court. wish to take this opportunityto out and sec when I get this writ- A BLUE OUTLOOK.
Stakes All Model 2tp (DEFENSE :MAGAZINE.:
Rraaoaable charges &..r..t announce my candidacy for reelection I SHORTS ,
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD FOR SALE-LVed Oas Range $59.93. as Chief of Police of the ten.HELPFUL HINTS: Wet the
also Used Gas .. ,
703 W Call St. mark Ph. 23 Refrigerator $99.95. --
Slide Gas Co. tchg City or Starke, 1"la. Having served

WANTED-Graduate nurse 01 on the Police Force of the City of 4 1

licensed practical for general \OIH OPPORTrMTV TO Starke, for 23 years, I feel that I
duty. Doctor's Clinic Hospital, OW> 'ont OWN .TOR":. Hear Pastor Bob Gray Speak On This Subject Sunday
SOl W. Call St.. Starke. Fla. It Become one of the more than, :2,700! i am well qualified to perform the e Regular $1 Value
financially independent' owners of duties of this office. I have strived Night At 8 p.m. "Are You In The Know?
FOR SALE *" x ii U" Concrete profitable Western Auto Associate I
Block the each. Plenty of Stores retailing famous national I I at all times to enforce the laws 7th Adventism ExaminedIn
Day Sizes 10-20
Mortar Mix and Cement. Brad ly-advertised brands of auto sup I to the best of my ability. Your
ford Engineering Company. Phone plies bicycles, radios and TV,
si tf tporting goods, home appliances vote and support will be appreciated -

etc.! by me, and, if re-elected, I Light Of The Bible"Who NO LIMIT -- FIRST QUALITY
FOR SALE-10 acres of land and Good locations available In Florida.
house (unflni .hed) between Starke Georgia and South Carolina. No will strive at all times to fulfill

and Lawtev. Price 1500. Write. experience needed. We train you I I the duties of said office in a manner -I S was Mrs. Ellen G. V.Tiite and what contribution
B. M. Anderson. Sta. A. Daytona in successful tested and proven I
Beach. FU., or: call phone No i merchandising methods. Mini 1. above reproach. did she make to American religious life?
3.3%'<11. Holly Hill Fla. 4tp 8/14 mum cash Investment of $10,000 Respectfully, I
needed. S Art' "Soul Sleeping" and "delayed atonement" true

FOR SALE-Cedar Chests. Ue S4 Writ us for complete information -W. E. Thornton' Bible teachings? __ C
In. Ions- $!:.5S each. One 40-ln today.WKSTERV.

long cedar chest $35. I remodel Otis all ALTO srPpLCO.. 'FOe CITY CLERKI t Are Christians commanded by the Bible to worship on HALTERS
kinds of old Whaleoale nh 1.1..
Adams, Sr., Rt. 1. Colley Road 638 E. Strd Street the se\enth day the Sabbath?
Starke. Fla. i rn 1111 Jtks.a,11\.. 'Irld. hereby announce my candidacy

and Phe.e 3-8121 for the office of City Clerk, Trea- I Come and hear the answers to these vital questions!
CABINS. rooms
FOR RENT 4tch< 8/J1 I
bath, furnished and unfurnished. surer, Tax Assessor, and Tax Collector -
Gas electric and hot water heater FOIl RENT OR SALE-Two story of the of Starke
City ,
Pinehurbt Court on Keystone frame house; 10 rooms 2 baths, 1 First Baptist Church HamptonBible Bracelet StyleS
Hlgh"a Starke.4tchg lilt block from town. Located on E. Florida subject to the will of the ,

Madison St Starke Fla. Reasonable voters in the City Election of :
JUICY S'EETLE='iCI.\ terms. A bargain for Reg. 39c Value
cash ;
ORANGES for sale. $! bu. at farm Write or phone Fred Guy. 92* E. September 8. I have been a resIdent -! School 10 A.M. B. T. U: 7 P.M.

(Not Sunday), firing container. University Ave.. phone S701 : of Starke since 1932 and S Pre-millenial S Missionary
C \V. Jenkins near A. C. L. depot. Gainesville Fla. 4tchg 8/21:! I No LimitCHILDREN'S
Johnson FU.. (Putnam County) feel that I am well qualified to _

Itp 1/1 FARM M.'RE-Wm work anywhere.'!administer the duties of this important r ,;,.r,
Very genttt. Sr ii."
$15. AM
isK.n DIF.SKL full grown, $6. White Rock pet goat.pul-I office. If elected I prom- ..
1 5J C.MC D4JJ-S7 DIRSEL logging lets 75c ea. Saddle $10. Drop-head ise that I will devote my full time .. r .
9:00 x !6 tires, excellent sewing : '
tractors good : machine $!) 2-burner gas to the duties of this office and c
mechanical condition. Excellent Hove. o\en b.loII!. 50-1U metal i
outward appearance air Ice box $*.-\\-._ B. Derlie. Rt. 1.1Lawtey will serve the public courteouslyand RESTAURANT \
horns air brakes, brake connections. -. Fla. Inquire at Standard'Oil efficiently to the best of my
One equippedith log trailer Station. lip
ready to go to the woods. .abilities. Your vote and support
Terms. Groff G,,[(' Trucks. Inc., FOR RENT-Garage' apartment on I I will be greatly appreciated. 301 1-2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301
Ph. 4-SSS1. ISM W. Beaver St.. Kingsley Luke.Mrs. Pauline :i
J&'k""nvlll Fla. !tp 8/7 Torode. tt'hg -Sincerely
: L. F. (Monk) Dinkins Regular Meals Weekly Specials Dungarees
:i"'ionar' FOR RENT ,
FOR SALE 100,00 -10 acres land with 5-
strawberry nlani on new ground room house on Hiway SOI across
also some Fla. !Ws. Sell by bed from organ'. Barber Shop. FOR FOR CITY CLERKi Fountain Service
Rodman t'nderhilU 4V, mL out on SALE-Pure An us bull & some .
Ralfnrd Rd. 4tp 8/51 young Angus bulls (spring calves)..i wish to take this opportunity
-C. Letsch. Rt i. Box 51. Starke. I SPECIAL
FOR SAI K-50-..--e ranch: one 4. FU. Itchg to announce my candidacy for re- 0 Reg. $1 .- Boxer Style

room house. also S-ronm house ,election to the office of City Clerk, :
and 5elttenslo'dolir barn with FOR RENT SUNDAY
) -I-room apartment private DINNERSTHOMAS
2 rottm* f'r living quarter: lots I I entra'tee.-L. D, Green, on 1 Treasurer, Tax Assessor, and Tax; L Sizes 1. 6
of odd bnildin: 10 wecan trees.A .: Raiford Road. Phone ,
29 W2.
... .-...."..*,- lmnrnv..--,-,.. ,-- na.._'tnre._,_ 1151,n ....".... 'f' 'Collector in the coming election
acre In Pan oU, ret in FVnsacola I September 8, 1953. Having servedin FIRST QUALITY ONE LIMIT
Bahia. carpet eras & clover): 3 FOR S.LE-4 used dcc, refrigerators this capacityfor several years, --
electric wells with automatic : 1 20-case dry drink cooler:
water supply for cow*. Snme fruit 1 10-ft mt case; 1 lt-: 't. home 1 tr elf. S ml. north of Stark. 1 ml. freezer: all in good working con to the Citizens of Starke effi- GARAGE &
west * Rt. %. rs 51. tarke. Fla. tfrh Garage, Temple &: 10th St. I)I I courteous sen-ice. Dur-

____ ___ Itchg ing the Jime I have served as City
HAVE A SUPPLY of Stanlev Pro.
I Clerk I have at all times worked OPEN
duets Including your favorite FOR RENT-on* 4-rm. apt. One,
('Ie.nloc I chemical air< freshener J-rm. apt., both nicely furnished.I(I for the welfare! and advancementof

&: moth ('aku.C.nU! for Ele*. equlnped. Shady lawn. 1 mL I our City in all phases of pro- EXPERT REPAIRS oOTTOm DOLLAR14T
quick delivery. Dorothy Ford. from bridge. Fessent Rd. For I
Itche SALE 5' a., JO in pecans. 15-rm. gress. I earnestly solicit your
hou!'e with apt*. 4-rm. cottage in I active vote and support to the WRECKER SERVICE
FOR RENT: -4-room hou". electrlcltr. yard.-'Rented. Shady lawn. large
running water. JU.Sfl! perm modern barn. Building! lots on coming election.
ret. fut to r.eht of Hlwav BUndlng rd. &: others. Mile from -Respectfully Yours
1*.-It. R. Jordan. P.t. 1, Box S04UP Call Su bridge. Be$>sent rd.-Mrs. 211-J STARKE, FLA. W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.
U )[. Wynn Rt. 1. Box !-C. E. Carl Johns
Starke .- .
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