Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03233
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03233
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rf f First Graders I Lightning Bolt I Four Accidents. Make Last Saturday Nine Make Bids _

IsLime' Will HavocAt A Busy Day For Trooper Fillingim

Register Plays I For City OfficesOn

Starting at 12:30 a. m., Satur- the congestion around the accident

-. day was a busy day for Highway that had just occured. Paul

August 20,21School Lake HomeLightning Patrolman Q. A. Fillingim. The Emanuel Staten Jr., colored
- September 8
[he' p-- busy patrolman had four accidentsto student at A & M in Tallahassee,

; -u- I investigate on that day one following too closely in a truck.I
struck the TV antenna -I I
bells won't ring for Brad- : of the W. T. Powell home at cf them occurring,as he. was investigating struck the rear of the Westberrycar. Two new candidates were added '

ford County students untIl August Kingsley Lake another. There, were no injuries and this week to the field of hopefuls
Saturday ,
? but children the iirst morning The early a.m accident, involv- about $100 done
Answer ""a, entering I resulting in an estimated $1,500- damage was to seeking election to city offices in
at the Stark'e school must be $2,000 damage to the house. ing Jack J. McCullough, 22, a the Westberry car, Staten was the regular municipal election of

I registered on Thursday, Aug. 20,I The big bolt knocked holes in serviceman from Cecil Field, occurred charged with following too closelyand September 8. .

,lor Friday, Aug. 21. the at the junction of state causing an accident. The
ceilings of practically two new additions to the
Assistant high school principal every roads 16 and 230, near Camp Bland- The last accident of the day

The first phase of a continuing I i R. A. Dennison (left center), experiment station horticulturist, I L H. Gibson, announced this week the room house, and left big a enough hole in the to side crawl of ing. McCullough, rounding a happened at 8:30: p.m. as Silas local political minister arena, barber were S., and E. Sparks former ,

experiment to try and find out I and Pete Griffis. strawberry grower, look on as helpers lime the field that registration for first graders through. curve on No. 16 at an excessivespeed Mitchell Brown, Lawtey, travel- a *
Light fixtures ; and W. H.
What's wrong with Bradford County where Mr. Griffis will grow berries this year. This Is the first stepIn at the Stake school will begin at knocked off the wall, table lamps were lost control of his vehicle ling east toward Starke on- state Noegel Starke used car dealer.(Billy)

strawberry production got, under a continuing experimental process by which it is hoped to increase 9 a.m. on both the registration exploded, pictures came tumbling and turned over. He suffered no road 100, ran his car on the wrong Both qualified as candidates for

way here last week'.with the yield of Bradford County strawberry plants. __ dates, Aug. 20-21., Place of registration from the wall and even the wall- major injuries and was charged side of the road, colliding with the two places to be filled on the

liming of three fields "in widell I I will be at the primary boarding itself was knocked down. with exceeding safe;speed. the car of Charles Frank Bussey, city commission.

,separated areas. I Griffis, Leaton- Morgan and of a 3-8-8 fertilizer with 40 percent I buildings on \V Washington St., Mrs. Powell At 10:15"a.m.., Saturday. Fil Birmingham, Ala., who was head-
was in There
sitting her was a last-minute
The project Is being undertakenby Luther Milliard farms where soil I of the nitrogen from organic :just west of the school cafeteria. bedroom at the time the lingim was called out to Investigate ed west toward Lake Butler. flurry

the. Agricultural Experiment samples were collected in orderto I I sources. In conjunction with this and bolt hit, an accident involving Steven Brown said he was blinded by the Saturday as voters hastened to
Busses will not run to bring the a large hole was knocked in meet the
August 8th deadline
Station at the of also setting Robert Holder, 24, Pompano lights of the for
University determine the acidity (pH) study we will compare : the car directly in front 1
in it ceiling
first directly
graders as formerly so over her head.
Florida as a service to Bradford factor. the plants with starter solutions -I She Beach, Fla. Travelling north on ot Bussey's car and ran off the. registering to vote in the forth*
Is to the parents to get them was unhurt, however.
County farmers who have been After this the land on each and without the use of there.up Birth certificates for the An electric I I U. S. 301, Holder lost control of highway. In attempting to get coming special. and regular city

puzzled In. recent years by declining farm'was divided into three. strips. starter solutions. In .the second be at the pump motor was his car in front of the Floral Motel back on the road, iie lost controlof elections.
children presented ruined,
yield from Missionary Across one strip hydrated \ime ,fertilizer study we will compare !time of registration. i down in and the even the check valve I and ran into the sign in front of I his car and hit Bussey's car. A count after the deadline
strawberry plants In this area.- was applied at the rate of 1,200 the use of four different fertilizer was damaged.A the motel, doing $200 worth of There were only minor injuries to showed that 106 persons from the

Although the problem is one of pounds per acre. The second I I formulas. We will use a 3-8-8, I Elementary school students chandelier in the dining room damage. Holder suffered a broken the occupants of the Bussey" car, I area proposed to be taken into
I (grades 2-6)) will register and be was torn up and fuses in the fuse
many factors, with diseases: Insects strip got 2,400 pounds per' acre 6-8-8. 9-8-8, and 3-8-4. With the I I box shoulder, multiple lacerations and which included Bussey's brother, the city limits had registered for

weather conditions; and posSibly and the third strip went without 'latter formula we will use sul- !. assigned to rooms on .the first day were turned inside-out. abrasions and was charged with Charles Bussey, their wives and the special electon which will determine -

a virus, all playing their any lime at all. I. fate of potash as a side-dressing. of school, Aug. 31. J. O. Gay, insurance adjustor, exceeding a safe speed and failureto children. In the car with Brownwas whether or not the CityOf

part, It Is generally believed that The remaining steps In the material to bring the potash level High school registration was made a rough estimate of the have control of his car. Floyd King o Lawtey who Starke extends its city limits.A .

too-acid soil,might be one of the I test are described by Mr. Dennison up to the same amount as supplied completed last spring with about damage and said that a complete It was just a few steps over to sustained a fractured toe on his post-deadline audit (not official

main troubles hence the. .experiment : as follows: with the other formulas." 800 registering. Any new high rewiring and paint job would have the scene of the next accident left foot. About $1,100 damagewas ) also revealed that a totalof
with liming. school students (grades 7-12)) to be done on the house At 10:50 a.m., Davie Cleo West- done to the two cars, and
: "When the berry plants are Mr. Dennison added that I. In- 149 new voters have qualified
Three farms were selected for set In the field we will start put- sect or disease troubles are observed should register at the high school berry, a 29-year-old woman from Brown was charged with drivingon I for the regular city elections since
I office before Aug. 31. 0I Childrens Woodbine, Ga., approaching the the wrong side
of the road.
the current tests being conducted ting in our fertilizer treatments, in the area! during the forth- Group the registration books were opened

under the supervision of R.A.Den- crossing the strips which have coming season, one of the station's I Gibson said there will be six Met Monday scene of the above menti ned accident -I I So ended the busy day of Highway last July. Regular city votersare

nison, associated horticulturist at been limed. There will be two entomologists or pathologists will first grades this year. Last year I, slowed down because of Patrolman Fillingim. also eligible to vote in the

the University of Florida experiment different fertilizer studies. In one experiment with insecticide or there were five first grades witha I i The Bradford County Children's t special election.

station. These are the Pete"I we are\ going' to compare the.use fungicide treatments. total of about 175 first graders Committee met Monday at Coach Hobbs Issues Tornado Call With the 18th
I' noon August qualifying
enrolled. There is expected to bean at '
Crescent Court. Mrs. E. A. deadline only a few days ,

Jail Relators Attend I year Increase, h01i'ever.Masons over. that number this Hall presided in the absence of1 I 14 Lettermen Expected To ReportCoach I the following candidates for away city

I Negro Prisoner Sets Fire To City Rev. T. G. Mitchell, chairman. offices have qualified and-br an-

State MeetingLocal Miss Florence Jennings, youth J. C. Hobbs announced starters from last year's squad flounced their intentions to run:
counselor reported on the three yesterday that football practice have graduated, leaving many For Mayor: The incumbent, X
Stark citizens almost didD.'thave while trying to force an exit. All children
Master's DegreeOn who attended camp for the Bradford Tornadoes will positions to be filled. No positionsare R. Wainwright.
a place to pay their light that remained of the heater was real estate brokers attending through the efforts of
membersof t begin Monday Aug. 2j, with two assured, so the future Tornadoes ,
and water 'bills this week. A a mass of burned wires, an4 the the'annual seminar of the 4 CandidatesAt the committee. sessions of practice daily: 9 a.m. will be out'battling for For City Clerk: Incumbent Carl

negro prisoner in the city jail wall, from the heater.up to the Florida Association of Realtors in Jack Trawick reported that he and 3 p.m. starting positions. Johns and L. F. (Monk) Dinkins

started a fire.there Sunday morn- ceiling, was blackened by smoke: Jacksonville last week were W. S. a meeting of the Bradford had contacted several civic clubs service station owner 'who announced

Ing a fire which could have Pickett said that: Ihe prisonerhad Sibley, E. W. Hayes and A. J. Masonic Lodge No. 35 last Friday who had agreed to make contri The Tornadoes are beginning Junior Varsity candidates, comprising his candidacy last week.

destroyed the' entire city haIl been yelling all Sunday morn Thomas, Sr, night the master's degree was conferred butions.. along with churches, to practice a week later than usual 8th, 9th, and 10th graders, For City Council: Incumbent

building. But luckily, assistant ing and that he, had once gone One of the highlights of the upon four local Masons. a revolving fund being set up for this year due to the fact that the will report for practice the open- W. T. Jackson George Kopelouses,
of Six have
fire chief C. W. PIckett was on over and quieted him. When the seminar was a panel discussion on Those receiving the degree of use by the committee in emer- team will not open its season been ing day scheduled for games the baby I local restauranteur, Rev. S. EL

duty in the nearby fire station fire started, ''the negro started.problems in today's market. Sibleywas Master Mason were Charley E. gencies. until Sept. 25, a week later than Tornadoes. Sparks, and Billy NoegeL

and was summoned in time to yelling anew but never once yelled't"ire one of the panel members in Johns, James H. Dennis, Dr. A. A. County Judge T A. Yawn gavea most schools their I For Chief of Police: IncumbentW.
a open schedules.
quell the blaze which was. roaring Sp,PJckett paid no attention this discussion. Kartsonii and Calvin A. Parham. resume of laws concerning E. Thornton and former base-

.merrily." ,',tqflhaXVwewed, hullabaloo.AM Featured speaker at the meet The degree work came after a I minors, such as those prohibiting With the two practice sessions Dr. Kartsonis LeavingAn ball star now restaurant operator
The'flre was started in the jail woman passer-by happened chicken dinner which was, daily the first week, Coach Hobbs I| Herb Thomas.
ing was Dean Walter J. Mathrely'of pilau the sale of beer and whiskey to
when the Wood- along was notified of the fire by&n&.ve.ca1mly i will have his charges out working announcement has been
negro prisoner served by members of 'the O.E.S.and ,
the School of Business Administration I children, and regulating the _dis-
row Munroe Ross,,who had been I -prisoner. -, ''' attended by about 100 mem' Itance for. game conditions to ah equal made by Dr; A. A. Kartsonis that I
at the tJniversity of 'I I of jook joints and similar
Arrested S t rd y'lght for Pickett said, told nim the jail was I amount of six weeks practice. !173 Cases On Tap
Florida. In his talk Matherly predicted -'bers and visitors from lodges in places to churches and schools. after August 15 he will be separated
dunken driving and driving without on fire. Pickett rushed over and Coaches Hobbs and Hazelwood, I
that by 1960 Florida would the surrounding area. Six or seven It was reported that the com-, from the Starke Medical Cen II
a license, started poking Into put the fire. out. By then Picket have a population"of four million. !!lodges in Jacksonville were repre- imittee has been successful in :who have previously handled the ter. Dr. Kartsonis will also announce -j\ ForNextPleaDayThirteen
an electric( wall heater with a said the fire had a good start. sented. I. I II coaching duties, will be aided by
About 175 Florida realtors placing one child in Rainbow I I
broom handle in an effort to es Ross, the prisoner, appeared' in (I ,' newcomer Jim Hurst who will next week where his new
were present at the seminar, setting Special guest of honor was RoyT. Ranch. The subject of the 90-J I cases are already on
The with the broom the mayor's court coach the Junior foot- office will be located in Jackson
poking Monday Varsity
cape. mOrn- a new attendance record. Lord, the grand junior warden,, day period of placement of children -'! the docket for the next term oi
handle shorted some wires ln the ing. "Were you poking at that i : bailers and will handle varsity ville.
I I from Jacksonville. After being introduced in foster homes was discussed I the Bradford County Judge'sCourt
heater and: started the blaze which, heater with a broom?" asked I baseball next spring. '
by the worshipful master,,, and how we can bring,, I which will be held some
according to Pickett, caused about Mayor Wainwright. Baseball Supper i Hurst is a graduate of the
Ben B. Rowland, Lord gave a L about legislation to enable foster i Recent BirthsMr. time in October, County JudgeT.
to the "Yassuh, I won't to I of Florida and is
$100 damages jaiL
story a
youI short talk in which he commended I children to be placed in permanent University I II A. Yawn announced this week.

The electric heater is built into I about it," was the prisoner's' an- ,Tuesday Night/ I I the local lodge for its fine work. I, homes. '[native of Branford where he has I and Mrs. George Jones of, The next "plea day" will be on

the wall about seven feet from il I swer. I. been coaching and teaching for Jacksonville announce the birth !
He said that he knew a lot ol
the floor, and the prisoner had,I Ross was. sentenced to pay a An outdoor supper honoring I I. the past three seasons. Starke of a daughter, Elizabeth Vanette, August 28. On "plea day" defendants -

pulled a cot over to stand on,I Sloo fine or spend 30 days in jail.IT'S members of the American Legion ', untiring effort had gone into the!i j Singing Convention I fans will remember him as a in St. Vincent's Hospital on August appear before the county
Junior Baseball team will be given program and, as a grand officerhe and
.. i! pitcher for the Lions Club town 5. Mrs. Jones is the former' judge plea either guilty or not
I Tuesday night at 7 o'clock at thei appreciated the way the Bradford i Beulah Baptist Church south- : several I' guilty to charges against them. If
I 'REALTOR THOMAS' NOW baseball team seasons Janette Priest of Starke.
Herb Thomas Restaurant. I[ Lodge was working; 'least of Camp Blanding, will have back. the plea is one of guilty, the defendant -

I 'Peoitfps members of the team,' A degree team from Bradford la I Homecoming on Sunday, Aug. sentenced .
is at that time.If
A. J. Thomas Sr. who Records I I Coach Hobbs Is expecting 14 Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kirkland of
show that the of in the
city has been invited down tc) 16. There will be a sermon
their dates and parents, the guests Lodge
estab-I : of the is of not ,
plea one guilty
I the call to Lawtey announce the birth a
lished record of 20 Starke is lettermen to answer
a years now selling more electrical -twill include city and county of- Waldo a week from Friday foi ri morning, dinner on the grounds
I 12 in Doctor's Cli- the case is bound over to the
office of Clerk of the Circuit current than ever and there ficials, American Legion officers, entered apprentice 'work in th I I
nic term of the countv court
Court without opposition the are many other signs of healthy and athletic coaches. lodg'p there. "1non. Everyone invited. gear's Junior Varsity squad. Ten Hospital.

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polls, leaned back in a chair at growth. nn

his new office on Temple Avenue The former clerk pointed out Scouts Work Hard At New Camp Site

Wednesday afternoon and allowedas than some 50 new residences and

how he hadn't found retirement i about a dozen motor ,.ourts have 37-

exactljr boring, but .'.. he.I been bu.lt: in tfe. Starke area since '

just fee's better about the situation -:!Blanding closed. "But," he added, But Find Time To Fish And Swimfor _

when he has an office to I "the crying need in Starke today '

his hat In with some degreeof .11. '
hang i lis for more housing facilities. I "
'. Twenty Scouts of Trcop 70 spenta swimming and fishing. t
regularity. !. have to turn people away almost / ", j never-to-te-forgotten week at Chief prob'em was a source of

That's one reason why Mr. every day who are inquiring about j their site on Sampson drinking water ani once the _
; new camp
Thomas has just opened a realeste ,housing here. ; Lake made available for Scoutuse Scouts "ran dry" and had to walkto *' -& z"J't,3' _

office in Starke. sharing a Whatdoes Realtor Thomas t:. by Rajonier Corporation of Graves Dairy and back (a distance -

building on Temple Avenue with think of tse future of Florida C* .. -o_ Fernandina. owners of large tractsof of about s ven miles) haul-

his son: A. J. Thomas, Jr., local general and Starke in particular f 'if., # t'1'tb. timber land in Bradford County. I ing a five gallon water jug. '
Incidentally his new : "I think Florida will continueto }; ', '. : '''; : ;
attorney. '...' ., I "t. The, Scouts, accompanied by|However the) Starke Rotary
office is within hollering distanceof set the pace for growth in the f. Scoutmaster Harry Green, left for (sponsors of the Troop) solved .

the clerk's' office where Mr.' 'eastern half of the nation he iJ q" the camp site Monday, Aug. 3 this problem before the week was _

Thomv spent two decades .I answered. "As for Starke I believe ; ;:;;': ; : .l and returned to Starke last Satur- out by raising cash to put down _

from 1933 to 1953 and upon that our new industries, our !,., ,/,.. ,. .,. ..,. '.",". .# ;' day Most of the t'me in camp |, a well and buy a pump. -

which he likes to "look 'in" every agriculture and forest products, :., .; .. in clearing the | A highlight of the camp was ; Ir
; '. :: ": \ ; ; : was spent property
and our strategic location at the ; :" ,,';.'r', __
now and then. 7-. <.:., : '''''J.1t t: .. '. .J .. erecting a cook shack build. the suyDe given by the Troop .
had Intended going Into the hub of U. S. 301 and State 100 ; ;v ,,!, ., <<, :. : '. <<.,-",-1'," ,, :" night of last week for '- -
.. }; ,- ". '. .. ._ '. ing a road and bridge, and other Thursday ,
real estate business as soon as I and 16 assures us of continued ,. .' \ ., ". .'' "",-1-_. "..ii1: -' 1<.".,,- I' duties, but there was ample time (Continued on page eight)
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retired from the clerk's office, substantial growth. ,, fi't';.. .- y".""if. --,. ..'' .r --'.'".... ._ >-' ..i i.t '\ "- tIIW'!"'_ -' .- ---- ''-_. -.... _, __. ._, _' ,- ,
but I just now got around to it," .
trash in earnest: (left to right) Leslie
he told the Telegraph. It seems MavVs Court IMPRESSIVK: SCENE as Boy Scout Color Guard raises! the flag at WORK DETAIL attacks pile

he spent the first six months of new ramp site on Sampson Lake. Left to right: SeouU! Wallace Libby, Jerome Edwards, Randy Wilcox, Wallace Wise, and Robert
Ha Brief Session
his retirement not loafing, assome Wise, Sammie Gill, Jerome Edwards: Leslie libby, Jr., and Robert Cooper.

-l might think, but In painting It took only about 10 minutes Cooper.

up repairing, and generally look- to dispose of cases on the docketof I I :4t T

ing after:* some of the property he the mayor's court :Monday I I

owns in and around Starke. morning. There were only three I

Mr. Thomas first embarked on cases and one. of these was that I '1L
the of politics back in, 1925 I I
sea '
ot Woodrow Munroe Rcss, negro, _
when he was elected representative who set fire to the jail Sunday

to the legislature from Brad- morning. Ross had been arrested .

ford County. At that time, there I
Saturday night for drunken driving -
hard road In the I
was only one _
and driving without a license. _
county State Road 200 (then I
His sentence was a $100 fine orI
No. 13)), Contracts for' roads 100 _
I M days in jail. I _
and 16 were let that year.
The other two cases consisted
Looking back over the years, r- -'- .
of one for intoxication and one .
Mr. Thomas reca'ls living throush II' ,
for running a red light Defendants -
two real estate booms In .Starke \\l
in these .cases failed to ap- '
the great boom (and bust) of
pear before :Mayor J. R. Wainwright -
the 1920's and Blanding boom of
and, therefore, forfeited
the 1940's. He believes that this ,
bonof $16.50 and $5 respec- "
latter will not be followed by a .If '

so-called "bust"! because of the I tively. .J.

steady growth of the entire state .
I -
Gambling Permit :
of Florida Uut will continue to. '

make' property here in demand I According to an Associated

although there may be some Press release in the August 8 Issue I

"leveling off, of the Florida Times-Union -Polaroid MInute" Photos by the Telegraph
; TURKEY DINNER Friday night was a highlight
"After Camp Blanding closed a federal gambling stamp was
up a lot of folks thought Starke issued by the Office of the Internal : TIME CT for housekeeping duties: Tommy Stalling (left) and of the week. Cooks are seen here basting Mr. SOUPS OX! And are they ready? Well what do you think; ? Those
would dry up and blow away," Bureau director in Jacksonvilleon I I Irian CuUngton hang out clothes on pup tent rope under supervision Gobbler and stirring up dressing. They are: Archie plates are empty now, but they won't be long. The efficient Scout

Mr. Thomas said "but we have August 7 to Maxie Carter of, of Scoutmaster Harry Green (right). Mike Reddish and lIaryStali'ngs Green. Freddie Stevens, Robert Kelly, and D. Ritch cooks are just before ladeling ot some good wholesome food to i

been more than holding oar own.Starke. ,".I 111 1 I sit a while to rest up from duties. Green. give the boys strength to go bark to work again.

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TTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTVTV burg, Ky, papers I enjoy reading 1[. DONT SAY fountain p n-SAY ..Jrarl".w.f...dFrom
: BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L. MATTHEWS everything in it because it tells ESTERBKOOK. A point for every
N L l LONG BRANCHby of the people I have known. Lura purpose. S2 37 complete at BRADFORD where I sit...fy Joe Marsh
I'. taught school here and was. loved COUNTY TELEGRAPH.

VIEWPOINT 1 r Sirs. J. L. StricklandtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjx by everyone in the community.We .I:I .. .
TELEGRAPHOLDEST PUBLISHER are glad that she is doing) .so ...::... _.. ._...........T .._.y.., ;:'m ",0no. _.
well now and is so happy.
HEAR BETTEROR Harvesting a Boiler Amarica
FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED .We are sorry to hear that Lil- Plenty us they en-
lie Carter (Mrs. Rob Carter I joy this column too and we wantto
and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under ) was PAY NOTHING!
every Friday make it and
Published rushed to the hospital where she !Tore interesting
the Aet of March 3. 1379. underwent an operation Saturday' worth their while to read. So II.IH MIIETim U1UITEE! Rubbed my eyes yesterday whenI over how important the National

morning at 8 o'clock. please cooperate by giving the saw Hap Jackson's truck in Biff Guard is to all of us."
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION news to Jimmy Lang or to me. Morgan's alfalfa field...helpingBiff
Jack Wilkinson spent a fewdays 'pNITHHEARING !- From where I sit, a fellow like
in Washington, D. C. last get in his catting. me, who's too old to get in the
I Let's Get This Out In The Open week, where he and H. G. Long TTTTTTTYYTTTTTyYHIGHLAND Since they've been carrying on Guard, can still vote, do a turn at

went in the interest of Clay County a friendly argument for years jury duty, and respect others'
_, I
be expected, there are a lot" of The services of Starkes efficient fire department : schools. AIDS (over how much fertilizer to use rights.Even a little thing like respecting -
As around most of them prettyfar would be extended to the new area, Gloria Starling spent a week THREE GREAT MODELS per acre of alfalfa), I had to ask a neighbor's right to

stories going about the extension of the resulting in lower insurance premiums for with friends at Keystone Lake. I By Mrs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA UtH $* TC *...c.dtodI.lIooIeoa: Hap v what was going on. have, say, beer or buttermilk
fetched "
and-the effect it will have on those hundreds who now pay a penalty in higher :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corbett bGot my own crop in safely dinner is important if we want to
city limits last week he keep America strong. We have to
"And since
Of of North Carolina
that it is proposed to rates for living unprotected areas. are visitingMrs.
residing in the area Biff's boy is at the summer en- be on "guard" in more ways than
Corbett's mother, The
boundaries. course, the fire department,does make runs Mrs. Iren< Harry Padgett family spenta
include within the new campment the National Guard one these days!
outside the city limits now, but the propertyowner Padgett, and other relatives. few days at Daytona Beach last ,
Most of the stories now circulating over for this service whereasif Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sapp spent 1 week. PHARMACY I figured the least I could do was
attribute dark and diabolical must pay Sunday afternoon with Mr. to help him out. After all," Hap rJoetJtfAu
and Marvin ana son-in-
the grapevine Thompson {
he is a citizen of the town it is extendedto Phone 160
Starke Fla. went on, "there's
purposes to those who advocate the expan- Mrs. Faircloth at Clay Hill. law, Asure Johns, of Jacksonville I no argument
him without cost.
sion and try to portray the City of Starkeas :Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrison I visited the Lacey Normans last I &&&A&A&A&.A & ... &..&..
kind of evil spider licking its chops Starke would gain a thousand or more new spent Sunday afternoon with Elgin I Saturday.Mr. I --- I Coavunt.19a3-Uniud: States Brewers Foandatwn

a the delightful prospect of ensnaring residents, getting it out 'of the 2,901 class Lang. and :Mrs. Homer Snrfth and I DELUXE
over hundred helpless flies in its treacherous and putting it in its rightful place of between The Clyde Padgetts returned daughter attended the funeral
several 4,000 and 5,000 inhabitants. The benefits Sunday afternoon to their homein services for Ray Hinkle in Jack-I. MODEL Magic Chef

web. the to 'be gained with this increase in prestige Lutz after spending the weekend sonville last week. 46 Range
to analyze
Of course if anyone stops with relatives and friends 1
recognized for brought by the larger population figure I Louie Lee Starling of Jackson-
'stories, they are would ultimately affect the welfare of us all. here.The. ville spent Sunday with his par-
tacticsto A. E. Maxwells and
smokescreen grandson
what they are mere ents, the Sidney Starlings.We .
Even new industries hestitate to come to atlvillage" of Green Cove .
befuddle the voter who will not take timeto Roy Springs = Q"--
cannot find have our blocks and it looks -
because they fear they
were recent visitors at the Strick-I
seek out the truth for like in the will __
near we
take the word of
adequate labor, and they land home. Mr. Maxwell used to
For instance one of the scare-tales now the census man rather than what the booster- board with us when he taught at i have some Sunday School rooms. Exclusive Features '

being broadcast is that the city is trying to citizen "thinks" is right I Clay Hill and little Roy says he,! The Lord has: blessed us. ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER usrrExclush'e

take in a lot of new folks who will then be Last but not least, the enlarged boundaries is -going- to come out here and The Richard Sapps and childrenof 'Two top burners and _
in the "old"or farm for "Uncle Jim" when he I Green Cove Springs visited
for improvements -
taxed to pay drip tray all in one unit Catches
make it easier to ob- I ospillovers
would it is believed
Mrs. Sapp's the
parents Lacy -
present incorporated area. Such a state- gets big enough. lifts like a feather, .:-
ment is ridiculous on the face of it becauseat tain financing for new home construction.. Jinny Lang spent a few daysin Normans, one day last week. i washes like a plate. Burners ar* Ift1\

the present time the City of Starke levies In recent years most of the new home build- Jacksonville with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman I non-clog- simmer-set. InstantIU ''U /
ing has taken place outside the city limits. Earl, and wife. Jimmy is helpingme were in Jacksonville last Satur- automatic -
businessor top lighting.;
no ad valorem tax But on any property if it did ,- and. at The chief reason for this, of course, is that with the news now and is day.Those I 0 ID ffn.\II I
residential. even there are few desirable building lots still doing a fine job, so if .you have attending church here SWING OUT BROILER
some future date it might become necessary: remaining unoccupied within the city. It's anything of interest, please tell last Sunday included Freda and i Exclusive! Open the door and the
to put the ad valorem tax back on ownersof construction for him about it. Estelle Green of the Heilbronn broiler swings out, ready for use.
hard enough get
would not be affected money out Convenient, smokeless. Fun to fix
residential property The "cat hunters" were Church, Jonnie Mae Strickland,
in small town at best, but
building a
because of the homestead' exemption law ,our way again Saturday night. Wilbur Mobley and Amanda"Bar- sizzling, savory steaks.
which protects all homesteads up to a valua- when the site is located .outside the city This time, according to the tagon bargene Wilkinson, all of Jacksonville -
limits, the difficulty is intensified. In fact, the collar of the stray dog we and Mr. and Mrs. M. T. GUARANTEED
tion of $5.000.Another Each range is guaranteed for one
jt's well nigh impossible. Therefore, the have here, one. of the hunters is Knight and children of the Max-
story being given general circu- taking of new area into the city should makeit K. A. Stowe Jacksonville. The ville Church. 'year against defects in workman-. .
lation is that when and if the new area is ship or material. Burners are
house Sun-
to our
somewhat easier to- obtain construction poor ,dog came Come out and worship with us. guaranteed for life.
taken in the city will force owners of live- morning so tired she could
money, thus stimulating the building of new day Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Wor-
stock to get rid of their animals or move hardly walk. We. brought her in
homes the. present greatest need of ship Services 11 a. m and 7:30
them to a new location. That doesn't make Starke. and fed her and are keeping her p. m. each Sunday. Prayer meet- I ,

sense than the other story,. and until the owners can come after Teachers
any more ing Wednesday 7:30 p. m. -
We note that the town of Milton, out in
have the word of city officials that suchis 7:30 m.
we her.Our meeting Saturday p. Priced As Low
West Florida is'' going through the same daughter, Betty Hickey As'P
not the case. Those who will be. baptized this
situation that exists here in connection with and Mrs. Ann Opachick and two Sunday afternoon about 3 o'clockin / r
On the other hand, what advantages may the proposed extension of its city limits. sons spent last Friday with us. Crosby Lake? Cemetery are:

those now living outside the city limits gainif Citizens out there have done a wise thing, Pulpwood Troubles Anna Mae Norman, Carol and

they become a part of the incorporatedtown it seems' to us, in calling a public meetingfor Talk about trouble-the! inen Carl Mosley, Billy, Bobby and Plus ,

? No one has promised that the city the discussion of issues such" as we have who were hauling pulpwood near Wilbur Austin, L. G. Wilkinsonand H99TUNE I Your

will immediately extend water and sewer enumerated in this column.: That is where here last week really had some.found Gloria. Old
loaded they
After they up
lines to every part of the new area. Such they should be aired in public where the big truck was stuck so tightin TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT\\ Range

a program would be impossible and will haveto they can be answered intelligently and forth- the mud it wouldn't move. They !!
be done over a period of many, many years. rightly.A orrowed a shovel from us and NO .MONEY DOWNUSE

But at any rate the new residents could check of the calendar reveals that the finally dug the wheels out ,and BAYLESS HMAY YOUR OLD RANGE
look forward to having these services some I then broke an axle. They had to
day, and certainly they will be much closerto I City Council has two more meetings beforethe I leave the truck and go get someone by Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA FOR DOWN PAYMENTCompletely
realization than they are at the present limits election will be, held on September to repair it. The next day they 1

.. 8. These meetings will be held on August came back for another load and Sons of the Pioneers InstalledDaily
time.There tried to leave their Vacation Bible School
are some benefits!: however, that t: 18 and September 1. It seems to us that any when they .To Close Friday 12:30 12:15
locked. to
starter They came PAY
will ,be immediately forthcoming.. property owner who is concerned over how house and waited all afternoonfor I Vacation Bible. School will close VISIT CENTRAL FLA. GAS LONG TERMS TO

It is reasonable to expect that the city the limits extension will affect him would someone to conk: see about I today (Friday) after two & APPLIANCE CO. FOR Payments As Low As $8.53 Per Month

would extend its garbage collection serviceto act wisely if he took time out to attend one them, and finally started out : weeks of classes. Commencementwill FREE TICKETS
to Guess they be held at the church tonightat "
the new area In sections where residencesare ; of these two remaining Council meetings in walking thought they Highland.had trouble enoughfor o'clock.. All parents of the To See Florida"Pickup Theatre On South Next Street"At Week 1 CYLINDER GAS FREE !, !,

sufficiently concentrated to.'make it t order to get his answer direct, rather than (" two days. I children who participated are

practical. This service alone would eliminateone relying on what "somebody said". We feel I In looking over some of the old urged to attend, and the publicis

,of the worst nuisances endured by home! sure that the Council would be more than Starke papers we read again how cordially invited.
much Lura Mohr enjoys the The New River Association Sun-
owners outside the limits, who must burn,, glad to hear who wishes to be heard \ Long
Branch and Highland news: I day School :Mass Meeting will be CENTRAL FLA. & APPLIANCE CO.
bury, or transport their garbage to the city and to answer all questions to the best of I(I know how she feels because when held with the Bayless Hiway GAS,

dump. its ability. I get hold of one of the Whites- Church Tuesday night, Aug. IS, I

at 8 p. m. Everyone invited. I PHONE 301 STARKE, FLA.
Personal Items

I Mrs.. J. R. Kelly. Mrs. O. E. I t 1 -

Crosby and daughter, Beverly, and
Its certainly plain to see. Mrs. Betty Kirby were in Jacksonville -

last Friday afternoon.Mr. .

: and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and I IN MOBILGAS America's
: sons. :Miss Carolyn Alexson and

Chevrolet trucks little Eddy Faye Cain recently ECONOMY RUN
visited Mr. and Mrs. Otis Craw-
ford in Jacksonville.! Shirley Ann .

Crawford returned with them to 8

t tThis spend parents a, Mr.while and with Mrs.her Crosby.grand- Top Economy

must be the best. buy Mrs.young Lois folks Newman of the entertainedthe comrrfinity

last Saturday night with a birth- .,...
day party honoring her daughter ..,: '
Delores, on her 14th birth- r
day. Refreshments of birthdaycake a i :its
and Cokes were served. _! "

:: :z Mrs. Helen Sapp also entertained '. .. 1'
; with a birthday party Monday ..
night honoring her oldest son

Rudolph, on his 13th birthday. Re- I r :' ,6, tff Y.li f/I ia l-
freshments of birthday cake and t

I soft drinks were served. I '.
Little Sharon .\...
and Bobbie Woods .. {!. \J
'' are spending their vacation with xw "
.n u' I
xo Mr. and :Mrs. H. B. Kelly and Mr i
I and Mrs. Marcus Conner. I

; I $ w rau Gerald Crosby and Roman Al- ,, ww.w. w, -w1 qp w Ti11, ;

a ... varez are among the young people -
I who are spending two weeksat I .N
Youth Camp.

Mr. and J'rs.' Ellery Sapp and II,I .
4 y daughters of Jacksonville were "
I $ IIfIIl f110 D IQItII.
/ p.uA9cation ,,,
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. "5I /ti liXK1.
T. Crews last Sunday.
last weekend.
Conner MIGHT0001 JOAI
Thought for the week: A lost

opportunity never finds its way
E back. Come see and drive the winner! Road Test and Rate the

Dodge V-8 that topped all other 8's in every price class in

year again-for the 12th straight production .year-truck users are buying more Chevrolet trucks than
famous 1206-mile Mobilgas Economy Run. and 10 days
any other make. It's plain to see that Chevrolet trucks out-sellall others because they out-value, others! MONUMENTSLOWEST
I later broke all records for standard American cars in

When truck users show a continued preference for one PRICES I .

particular make of truck you can be sure that preference I" FINEST QUALITYI) official AAA Performance Runs over the "Measured

For the best buybuy is based on a single sound reason: Ifs the best buy 1 Mile." Step up to Dodge. step out in the winner!
Year after year, truck users in every field show a No Extra ChargeFor

now! clear-cut preference for Chevrolet trucks by buying more of them than any Setting In Or Near Drive It to Believe III
Prices start below
other make. many
Why not drop in and see why so many more truck buyers choose STARKEWrite models in the "lowest

Chevrolet?"You'll find as they have, that Chevrolet trucks offer more of the priced"field 0 E
HEAR UP-TO-THE-MINUTE NEWS LIQUID THE QOCKt features and advantages you want. more solid value in every way D'OII''OGOI'O D V-EIGHT SIX
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. : stalks they chopped a short time Yvm1 ....T.T..T..T..T the Florida Soil Conservation,
back are ,almost all rotted. By Includes any person qualified to
CONSERVATION vote in general elections under the
SOIL chopping down the stalks of crops Keystone Heights Constitution andStatutes of this
; that have been gathered while state who. is also a landowner in Be yourself
the herein named district.H. aqail1.
N-E-W-S they are. still green you cut down
by Mrs. Sara McDonaldauuAluuuuAAAAsuu G. CLAYTON, Acting .
insect trouble and add much need- H. C. Clayton. Acting Administrator -
By. Bill Haas ed green organic matter to the State Soil Conservation
, Board, g/7 2t 8/14
U- S. SOIL CONSERtATION soU. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonhard
I. ClrruK Court, Bradford Coumtf, refresh Coke
TVTTTTTVTVVTTTVTffVffVTtHAMPTON have gone on a trip to the West, Florida In Chancrrj. a
SERVICE including a visit to the Grand Carl Philip Harbst, Plaintiff vs.
Thelma Flowers Harbst Defendant.Case .
_aI Canyon. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Jack- Xo. 9S66
J son and family are staying in the Order Of Publieatio..d Notice To
The Board of Supervisors for erator, used the District's seeder Leonhard Appear State Of Florida To
home during their absence Thelma Flowers Harbst hose resi At play or at work the traditional refreshment
the Bradford Soil Conservation cultipacker to plant Argentineand by Mrs. Wm. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA dence and address is: 69 Moeller -
District held their regular monthly Pensacola Bahia grass seed. Street Elnghampton, Xew York:
Mrs. John A. Cellar ,is visiting of America is a frosty bottle of Coca-Cola.
Srj eting Friday, August 7, in the Mr. Nasworthy states that he is / You are required to appear on
her father, Rev. B. Weld. Mrs. September 8, 1953. in the above I Q l Py -
Agriculture Building in Starke. getting his land as even as possible Mrs. Ola M. Perkins named Court
Principalof and wherein
Cellar is cause
a resident of Key West.A Plaintiff It had to be good to get where it is.
Those attending were. Leon Con- before planting. He went on the Hairjton School is attend- seeks divorce. Bradford "
card from Mr. and Mrs. C. County Telegraph shall publish this : ..
ner, Chairman Lloyd Green. Vice- to say, "It will save a lot of time ing a School of Instruction spon- Sipe said they were aboard the I(Order' in next four weekly issues.
chairman V. R. Ferguson, and and I can do a better job of mow- sored by the Florida Educational Shasta Witness my hand and official \.11
Daisy enroute from Portland seal at Starke, Florida, this. Aug. 4. 1 '1
Gyde Cone members; Mrs. J. C. ing and fertilizing when I have Association at Daytona Beach Ore. to San Francisco and 1953. fr : I I

Sapp, who served as secretary in my land level." Here Ii more on Aug. 13-15. Mrs. Perkins, who is would be back in Pennsylvaniaabout (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs # s : ( ; JI

the place of George Huggins who the subject of land preparation.The a District Director of Elementary Clerk of said Court
the middle of By Marion l1'
August. Having L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ri 1
fa on vacation; Leon Carter and other day we were talking Education will work with the. a wonderful time, of Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Build-
I about the job of land preparationthe ing:, Jacksonville, Florida.
elementary principal at
Service. ; group and :Mrs. D. U. Donaldsonof Attys. for Plif. 8/7 4t28
I vegetable men from down this meeting.
Vero Beach 9
spent the weekendin .
day set for the election of new the State were doing on the land NOTICE TO APPEAR _
Pre-planning will begin Aug. Keystone visiting :Mr. Donald- I. Clrr.l Court ..
Bradford C> ty
board members. The Board also they leased from J. R. Wainwright,
17, and school will open Aug. 31. son's sister, Mrs. Sara McDonald.Mr. Florida s I. Chaarerj. I
discussed the Program for Greater when J. R. relfcrrked that getting Rudolph Koenig, Plaintiff vs.
The cafeteria will be open and : and Mrs. F. M. Walrath Kathleen
Service to the folks in Bradford your land in shape is half of mak- Koeiig, Defendant
lunch will be served he first day. Jr. have announced the engage- Case Xo. 8S71 -
County. This program is the big ing a crop.Marklee Notice To Appear
Tuesday Sept. 1, will be P. T. ment of their daughter, Anne Kay To: Kathleen Koenig whose resi-
job of soil conservation broken
Starling used the. district's A. meeting day. Every parent Walrath, to Robert Louis Bowlesof dence and address is: Church Street,
down into five little pieces-pub- chopper to chop down tobacco should keep this in mind and Jacksonville. They plan a fall Tuckerton. Sew Jersey. I >
licity, education, prograir| legis- You are hereby notified that a
and pepper plants Harold come to the school auditorium at wedding. suit for
lative 'By
and finance. breaking
Norman used the ,3:15: p. m. Mrs. Weeks of the KeystomeInn Diver""
this big job of soil conservationto on, egg I has been filed against you In the
and Leaton Jr. The Hanrnton Church has taken over the operationof above
plants, Morgan Baptist named Court and cause ana
smaller jobs, the board of supervisors -
used it on tobacco plants. I came held baptisn-jU services in the the Brown Derby in Starke. We you are required to serve' a copy of 6
will be able to be. of, your answer or pleading to the complaint -
up on Mr. Leaton Morgan and First. Baptist Church of Starke hear that the Keystone Inn will on the Plaintiff's Attorney

Bradford greater service County.to the people of I' Leaton Jr. building a loading Sunday afternoon. Ten were baptized. be closed after the first of Sep- T Florida, Frank Landrum' Starke, .4

I chute the other day, and while tember. and file the original In the office of

c. H. Nasworthy, a Bradford! watching Leaton Jr. hammer Mr. Mrs. Donald McMahone and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wells of Atlanta the or before Clerk the of the 8 day Circuit of September Court on

Soil Conservation District Coop-! Morgan stated that the tobacco Donnie, accompanied' Mrs. Archie and their son, Joe, have 1953; otherwise the allegations of
Eiland home to Homasassa last been guests this week of Mrs.! said Complaint will be taken as confessed -
ITO 1 1UP Wells' sister Mrs. J. A. Wffliairr by you.
Wednesday. Saturday their parents : This notice shall be publishedonce
on Santa Fe Lake. Aubrey Wel- each week for four consecutive
Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Watterson
weeks in the Bradford
$ to chel of Covington, Ga. has also County Telegraph -
I left spend the weekend
with them. Mrs. McMahone and been their guest this week. Last Dated this a day of August 1955.
SEAL) Charles A. Darby
another Mrs. Al
week sister
son returned home with the Wat- Clerk of toe Circuit Court.
ersona on Monday.Mrs. Tordone and her husband, of At- By :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk l

TO L 4 A Fredrick Watterson of lanta, visited wish the Williams. 8/7 4t 8/28 I I If
Also Miss Leah Tordone of Phil- r-
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. '
adelphia and Miss Rebecca King
1--- Watterson were in Jacksonville on I
Friday. ,
CONFIDENTIALPrompt Mr. and :Mrs. Tom Carey returned -
Mrs. Minnie Johns, has returned t
Sunday from a delightful
from a week's visit.with her f
ensflrSSflSrflSSSfl" vacation spent in Havana, Cuba. 1z
daughter, Mrs. A. J. I
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beam flew
, -- Friendly Service Gainesville.Mr. i I
down and spent the weekend with j
1# II II' ,. I and Mrs. Calvin Richardof the Careys. 'I Made\ only by General

Arcadia spent last weekend The eagerly-awaited softball I I I Motors Corp. All other

STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. game between the Lions Club and Electric Refrigerators are

J.G. Adkins. the Rotary Club was rained out made by other companiesand 1I

Phone 160 In Canova-Drug Store Hershel. Parker is ill at his last week. It is rescheduled for I I cannot use the word I \

ictae. this week, weather permitting. Frigidaire. w

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade Sr. Plans are shaping up nicely for I I

fliJWJwtniWTruly and Mrs.: Fannie Meads were in :the Second Annual Firemen's Ball

Titusville Sunday due to Jhe deathof !to be held Saturday, Aug. 22, at Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE .

I Expert their brother-in-law and son-I Keystone Beach. This is for the ? ?

in-law, Paul Green who was kill- benefit Of the fire departirpnt and \

ed in auto accident. Mr. Green I iii is hoped to raise $2,000 for the< THEN.SEE

i Radio And was a former Hampton resident, purchase of a new fire engine for

his wife being Miss Lois Meads. Keystone. IE. H. SMITHTenth BOTTLED. UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY BY.


Luke. spent Sunday with the I.'The Desert Song'At
Wiley Williamsons. and Temple Ave. is 0 registered trade-mark.' 1953 THE COCA,COt COMPANY

I ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Buddy Roark, son of Mr. and Florida Theatre Starke, Fla. I

Mrs. Bruce Roark, stepped on a r
FREE ESTIMATES -. CALL 239 tin can Monday, nearly severingone Sunday, Monday r

'; of his toes. He was taken to J The new technicolor version of r ..
Most Experienced Finest Equipped( Starke where it was found neces- The. Desert Song", playing at the < -7 .Ty! :c. N k...

9 Satisfaction Guaranteed sary to take six stitches. Florida Theatre this Sunday and i 5 : S.i S. .1I

:Mrs. Merle Chapman and girl Monday, brings to the screen as t' I

of Tampa are visiting her moth- co-stars for the first time two of ,

Chas. C. Shepherd ,fir Mrs. John Blackman, and hus- the most popular singing screen :i : i .. ;4 4S 1

band.> stars, Kathryn Grayson and Gor-

I Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers] Frank Brown left Thursday to don MacRae. J ii ; 11 ".

PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA. visit his brother. Gordon Weest, Miss Grayson portrays the flirtations :. .' ;". '1 i

and family at Mian-j. Margot, and :MacRae is t __ / s's'k './H, .j'

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon cast as the legendary El Khobar, i HHPH

and daughter, Gail, were recent leader of the Riffs. A third staris t tt
I ? :
? .M
guests of friends in Eau Gallie. Steve Cochran playing the suave t ;: yh 1 S' r 1 1h ( qtLHd

The little daughter born to Mr. Captain Fontaine of the French 1 j,f ,
and Mrs. Truby Slade has been Legion.The I '

Free Tank named Patricia Juanita.Mr glorious music of Sigmund I Iftjn
and Mrs. G. C. Rigdon have Romberg is blended to a modern- I .
purchased a place. from Avery day tale of desert adventure and I q

Slade near Hampton Junction and romance as Ma.cRae; leads his em- 4-i4. iltd'

expect to move there this week. battled Riff riders against the >

Mr. Slade. has moved to his house treachery of an unscrupuloussheik I <

recently vacated by the Eiland in order to win the favorof ..S Y ',

::1IH\ 'PURCHASE family who have moved up near his people and the love of the ___ h .

the; B. T. Thomas Mill. beautiful Margot. I IOTU'F.

Mrs. McIlroy of Trenton returned -


spending sometime with her sister (Senate Bill >o. 163)
Mrs. :M. B. Layfield. She was XOTICE
T. J. Alderman holder of Tax Certificate -
accompanied by Mrs. Layfield and Xo. 1372. issued the 7 led t ti>'Hi

C. H.,Layfield of Gainesville. of August A. D. 1933, has
son. same in my office and has made
Preston Nettles of Earleton wasa application for a tax deed to be

Slade Gas Co. Saturday guest of the Raleigh issued thereon the following Said certificate described embraces

Brannens. property in the County of Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Birt and fami- State of Florida, to-wit:
NWtt of SE i of XEU. Sec. 4.
ly and Mrs. Johns of Gainesvillewere T.7, S.R. 22 E. 10 acres.
PHONE 121 STARKE, FLA. recent guests of Mrs. W. P. The assessment of the said prop- In
erty under the said certificate issued :
Florrie Brown. every way
Birt and Mrs. was In the name of !! noshall .
Marvin: Birt is in New York Unless said certificate be
according to law the
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPrivate during the trucking season. property redeemed described therein will be

Lamar Brown has returned sold to the highest bidder at the for !f
court house door on the first Monday 1 more car
: Saving Is home after spending two weeks in the month of September, your money
with relatives in Gainesville. 1953, which is the 7 day of September. -

Nation's Backbone Ti'e Carlton Chastain family Dated. 1953.this 3 day of August 1953.

spent Sunday in Lake City with (OFFICIAL !SEAL) Charles A. Darby Ford gives you V-8 power !like that of costly cars. .fine car build. fine car ride and
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
Mrs. Russ.
their aunt,
Mrs. Mary Sweeney and daughter County. Florid"1- 4t 3/28 tat-home'every"fhere'good looks but the price tag never. moves outEverywhere of the lowprice field

of spent
: J. Wainwright.. Mayor of
allow to
we government Friday with her sister, Mrs. Starke. Florida by virture of the you go people are making the swing to Lets front-end road shock. Suspended pedals work
on the pretext that production beyond Claude May, on her birthday.Mrs. authority vested in me by law, do The kind of shock feel is easier and make foot of
hereby call an election to be held Ford. And can you blame them? Many cars costing you most space
immediate need is evil that must be Betty May and daughter, Hall in the aforesaid
an at the City reduced up to 80% with Ford's the entire floor area. Suspended
voters on over $1000 more offer no more of the things need
by Miss Nor- town by the qualified you "
Melody, acco r panted
corrected we have taken a long step Tuesday, September 8, 1953. for thepurpose remarkable new ride. You get a pedals are also a keep out
of Ford Worth More"features
and Here
ma Sweeney of Gainesville, spent of electing the following want. are some
toward socialism in AmericaTo smoother, more balanced more sign to dirt and drafts. make
the weekend in Tampa with Mr. officers OXE MAYOR: FOR TWO YEARS but to get the full story, you'll find it comfortable ride all around! it easier to keep the floor dean!

,) produce beyond immedia'te need is and Mrs. Dick Williams.Mr. ONE CHIEF OF POLICE FOR worth your while to Test Drive a new Ford today!
and Mrs. Edward Fagles TWO YEARS
the basis which the American econ
and Mr. and Mrs. Yarber of the I
omy is founded. It is the source of saving, State Farm were Sunday guestsof I TAX LECTOR ASSESSOR OR TWO AND YEARS TAX COL- Smooth V-8 power is exclusive An extra suitcase will fit into Center-Fill Fueling permits filling your

and it has made us the greatest and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Saxon. : TEARS.TWOLDERMEX FOR TWO to Ford in its field. And Ford's Ford's luggage compartmentford from either side of the pump saves

, The Emory Porter family of Inspectors of said election: Mileage Maker is the most modem the roomiest in the low-price' you time when refueling and puts an

standard i Savannah, Ga. visited the W. H. F.Ray G.Stone HemingwayW. Six you can own! Both the V-8 and field. In fad, Ford's combined end to hose scratches on your fender!

Maxwells. on Thursday. M. EdwardsL. Six-cylinder; power plants deliver luggage and passenger space is ,
_oi! the world.. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Jackson M. Gaines '"- their hill-leveling "go" on regular. the greatest in the low-price field Curved onplece.wlndsheld! (below)

and family attended the funeralof T.Mrs.S. Pearl WilliamsIn Burnham gas-and not much of that, thanks compares with that of many and large picture windows, give Ford the

his sister, Mrs. Kitchens of testimony whereof. I hereunto to Ford's Automatic Power Pilot! cars of higher price. most "look out" area in the low-price. field
subscribe my name and cause the another reason Ford IS worth more
The Person Most Dangerous to Our Nation Is Gainesville Friday of last week. teal of the said town to be here- your

He Who. Through Government Benefits. Claims i Mr. and Mrs. John E.Hamirendof August.unto affixed A.D.. this 1S53.the 5th. day of GREAT TV!1 FORD THEATRE, when you buy it. when you sell it, too! F.CJL

the Right to What Another Has Produced! Crystal Lake are vacationingnear (OFFICIAL SEAL) r. .
Waynesville N. C, for two J. R. Wainwright Mayor
weeks. ATTEST: Carl Johns City Clerk

... Dated Aug. 5. "&t 8/7 5t 9/4 See //.. .Value/ Check fie.. Dord "
Use Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties. CEMETERY WORKING NOTICE ';,
4 ELECTION OF 3 Supervisors for 4- (
There will be a working at McKinney year terms for the Bradford Soil Test Drive it. ..
NEW BOXES RECENTLY INSTALLED Cemetery qn Monday, Aug. Conservation District.
Rental $3.60 $4.80 and $6.00 (including Federal Tax) I August 18. 1953
: 24. All interested persons please Pursuant to the Soil ConservationAct
per year bring tools to work v.ith.C.. M. Chapter 582. Florida Statutes of
1S49 and Chapter 28094 of 1953,
McKinney. cotice is'hereby given of an electionto
CARD OF THANKS be held on August 18, 1953 for ,
the election of 3 supervisors for 4- Andrews
? We wish to thank our many year terms. Motor CO.

w....rre.jiw. FLORIDA BANK at STARKE ; friends sympathy for their, and kindnesses beautiful wordsof flow- County Polling. Agent's Starke.Place Office AgricultureBuilding

< ers during, our bereavement. We Polling place will be open betweenthe
Member Florida. National Group these hours of S:00: A.M. and 5:00 P.M. MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118
appreciate kindnesses STARKE
g4s All qualified electors residi"lgwithin FLORIDA
than words can express. -Mrs. the District shall be eligibleto

W ..&..&&...... I&111&11t111&111111111111..111to Carl Nettles and family. A vote qualified in this elector election.as defined in!. /f you'ft inferei/eo1 In an / used. car; be tart to tee our itftcffoniFRIDAY. ---"-_



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 14. 1933Gladys

I 1 II I II I Newsome-Williams Family ReunionAt Business Circle Jane Trawick's famous spaghetti,'V!miss Carolyn for "e next twit ,
Bubber White (R. G. Jr.) were.
and Monday night Hazel Matthewsdid weeks, I'll be lolling on the beaches -
Underhill HomeA I j I
Met MondayThe thrilled to see him on the Bride
the honors with her special of Lake Michigan Illinois
1t and Groom" program on TV last barbecued chicken If this I and Wisconsin during that time ,
family reunion was held last, Business Woman's Circle of Friday He was best man in I
at the O. L. Underhill I keeps up there'll be some brisk Be back soon, though So(
!Sunday the Baptist WMU met onday a friend's wedding .. i'
campaigning for membership on hold things in the road till I re-
home, the occasion being the 63rd
at 7:30 o'clock the eduCA- The
night in of the
1i young peoples group
the board next year 'turn .
birthday of'Slr. Underhill. I tional building with Mrs. Shirley Baptist BTU enjoyed a hamburgerfry .
.r a Well,folks Just in case you I -carolyn
Among those present on this .Pollett presiding. Twenty -five at the home of their leader,
\ Mooty occasion were :Mr. Underhill's I members answered present to the H. A. Lawson last Friday evening -
Phone 35 five sons and two daughters and roll call. 20 young folks enjoyed grilled;i PHOTOGRAPHY Hallmark Feature-lock

.,,1 _., _1111 II ----. -------III -I -II I -14. their families; his two sisters,. Following the opening prayer hamburgers, home made ice cream I Black & White CARDS WEDDING
.Mrs. Izona Bradley and Mrs. Leona by :Mrs. Russell Norman an interesting and games Dorothy Ford Ogle:
Woman's Club Junior Club PartyAt Sapp; and 15 grandchildren.One program on Baptist mis- brated her birthday last Friday'i or Color a SETS

Board Fowler Home of the grandsons was William sions among _the Indians was pre- Becky Phillips was 6 years S BIBLES S
Executive I
% Blackburn who recently returned sented by Mrs. Sarah Lawson. The old' on Wednesday and Stevie RELIGIOUS

To Meet TuesdayMrs. The R; T. Fowler home on N. from Newport, R. I. where: nominating committee presentednames Broadway who celebrated his 12th I CAMERASFILM SUPPLIES WATCHES
he served in the U. S. Navy.
birthday last SilverSprins
Walnut street was the scene of a of officers for the coming Thursday at- S
C. H. Nasworthy, presi- Icvely Co a-Cola party Thursday year. brought home a 6 inch JEWELRY
dent of the Woman's Club will be morning of last week given by t. Winsome ClassThe A gift was presented to Mrs crocodile ? And by the way, PHOTO
hostess at her Kingsley Lake members of the Junior Woman's Kate Sheppard in appreciation of hear that Carrie Ingram's birth- FINISHING .
home at a called meeting for all Club. Winsome Class of the Baptist her faithful service to the circle. day Monday was brightened by Dealer For
members of the executive board Placed at vantage points Sunday School met Tuesday This was her first meeting with having son Hugh receive his Master p PICTURE

and chairmen of standing com- throughout the home were attrac- night at 8 o'clock at the homeof the group since, he has a leave of }? Degree on that day CRAFT
Mrs. W. M. Hatcher Jr. with Add sick listers: Bonnie Thorn- GRAFLEXAXSCO PAINT SETS
mittees at a covered dish luncheonand tive arrangements of Floribundaroses absence to teach in Winter Garden I
co-hostess being Mrs. W. L. ton had the mumps last week and
the in varying shades of pink this year. I
planning meeting for new S
his Natalie cashier
now mom at..
and red. The refreshment table Stephens. Mrs. Hatcher presidedover Refreshments were served by the .
Tuesday morning 11 Lovett's) came down with them
was overlaid with a white hand the business meeting, fol- hostesses, MrsV.. B. Mundy,
o'clock.] made crocheted cloth and centered Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Newsome lowing prayer by Mrs. H. L. Lee. Miss: Dorothv Ross. Miss Dorothy Wednesday Hear the Rotary I i t t STATIONERYOpposite
Plans for the year's work and with a crystal bowl holding an announce the engagement of their Alvarez, and Mrs. Charles Schmitt. Club directors have been eatin1 Florida Theatre
A delicious
picnic supper was
programs will be discussed. artistic arrangement of deep red daughter, Evelynn Louise New- I high on the hog recently Phone 263
served to the 20 guests attending. ternoon at 3:30: o'clock. I II i
roses. some to Morris E. Williams of
Last month they partook of.
i I
WMU'Notice Greeting the guests at the door Lake City, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. I Mrs. C. D. Williams of the Tampa -r

were Mrs. J. R. Chasteen, Jr. and Morton Williams of Waycross.Ga. WSCS NoticeThe i Conference Secretary .of Missionary -
The Baptist WMU business and Mrs. R. T. Fowler., Serving as .I Education and Service. '

meeting will be held in J'!hostesses were Mrs. Robert Turner, business and program meet- will be the guest speaker. 1953 Fully Automatic
I Mrs Robert Green, Mrs. J. M. Alderman Clan ing of the Methodist WSCS will I All women of the church are in-
'the educational building Tuesday' I Vickers, Mrs. James BlackShear, be held in the church Monday af- :vited to attend. I
afternoon at 2:30: o'clock. Mrs. M.. R. Judd and. Mrs. HughB. Gathers Hampton II

An executive board meeting Ingram. For Big ReunionThe I BENDIX

will be held Monday evening.ROBBIN'S A beautiful Gloxinia plant was

Presented to Mrs. Marvin Urqu- descendants of Thomas, Wil-
.hart, a guest who won the door
liam, and Daniel Alderman met
prize. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. CONOMAT
About 35 members and guests I Alderman of Hampton, on Sunday,

tri Jt called during the appointed hours. August 9, for their an'nual family 4
reunion. N Surely is hard to get news this Keystone highway friends of
Final Clearance Black-Gainey The Alderman family', which is month with so many away on va-I.Tim Warren will be happy to ,: For A Limited Time Only
well known throughout Florida, cations-adding to the long list hear he. is up and around again
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey an- has traced its ancestry back to this week are:'Lucille Alvarez whois after a seige of flu Pvt. Harold
nounce the. marriage of their the twelfth century when Jordon off this week from Ruby Johns Davis left last Wednesday for
SALEAll daughter, Christine, to Harold :Alderman was the party to the beauty salon and is visiting her Camp Stoneman, Calif. to await 95

Black, son of Mr. and Mrs., L. C. i.transfer of some church property sister at Jax Beach DorothyRoss 1 for orders for overseas duty aftera $ :
Black of Lakeland,' on Monday, in England. The family" history and Dorothy Alvarez are 12-day visit with his parents,I ii
Aug. 10 at the home of the bride's also shows that in 1216 Jacob Al- touring South Florida for two!,the H. K. Davises Dolph Reddish 9
parents. The. ceremony was per- II.derman served as Lord Mayor of weeks while sister, Sylvia Alvarezis I will be home on leave on
Summer r formed by Rev. C. C. Harris of London. This was one year after pinch-hitting at Alvarez Transfer : Aug. 19 from the Wichita Falls, 0 .

Green Cove Springs. the belligerent barons of Englandhad & Storage Mrs. Claude I Texas AFB where he has been .
DRESSES After a short wedding trip, forced King John to sign the Johns is on her 2nd week of vaca- $stationed for the past 9 months ,V I 1/

the couple will be at home In Magna Carta on the plains of .tion from Canova's Marcia I. Drew and Ada Reddish will WCH-X

r- Lakeland. '&i ._ Runnymedei Kay Hazen was holding down leave, in two weeks for Fort Eus- lUndertow l-
SIZES $ In 1630 John Alderman came to'.Barbara Colley's Fla. Theatre con-I tis, Va. where Drew will enter

7.52 3 BPW To Meet .. America and settled at Salem cession cashier job the first of the service Drew was commis- e Top & Bottom Vacuum
Mass. Since that time the Alderman -' Barabara in I
week while was Holly- sioned a 2nd Lt. in June and Washing Action
The monthly, meeting of the family has gradually spread wood with her mother, Del Colley. Pat McGriff is waiting for orders Draining Drying
ALLBlouses over the 'eastern and southern while, Bess Burns is on vacation after Pulls suds down
receiving his commission in under
BPW club will be held Dirty water' never drainslt's gentle. N broken
Monday parts of the United States. The this week from Slade Gas Co., the Air Force the o I
following his ,grad- water and into the
1.49 1 evening at 8 o'clock in the Catholic of William, Thomas, and Flo Slade
given names Mary Covington ,tuation from U. of F. on Monday clothese I back' through your clothes.buttons. No torn clothing.
and Daniel have occurred promi- the office Roscoe
recreation hall. Hostesses for are seen in _. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henry received -
the evening ,will be.June Brownleeand nently in each generation of the and Rose Strickland are. due back I. a letter from their daughter -
Summer Shoes Maryon Arnold. Alderman' family for at least 500 this weekend from two weeks vacation Martha: Henry Saunders, from

years. I up in Augusta, Maine Braise Norton, England, saying WINKLER ELECTRIC S SERVICEPhone
1.491.992.99BACKTOSCHOOL The family has organized a committee Mary Sue (Epperson) Gay says I that she and husband, Bill, who is
to sponsor the annual re- i the past weeks have had her in an Air Police 2-c, won't get home

union _which will be held at the I a spin-first, graduation from I for Christmas after all, they 166 I
home of T. J. Alderman again I high school (two years in one), a have been stationed there the 222 224 Temple Ave U. S: 301 Starke, Fla:
SPECIALS next year. The officers are:I whirlwind trip thru the Smokey i,past 15 months Friends of -
president, T. J. Alderman of Mountains and Tennessee, and on
BOYS' 'SPORT Hampton; vice-president, Oscar I Monday she leaves by plane to I !-
Alderman Daytona Beach; secre- join husband, Arlen, in Zirndorf,
tary, George F. Alderman, Lake Germany, where he is with the I
City; 'treasurer, Arvil Alderman I[armed services-quite a bit of I II
Blackwelder, Brooker; Lee Alder- excitement for such a short time ,

Sizes 2 -18 man Roberts, Trenton; and director -I'i. next week Green's store will I FREE !
of music, Mona Alderman be closed from Monday thru

Canova of Starke.At j Thursday while .the personnel I
Girls Dresses1.49andl.99 the reunion this year ap-takes a vacation < Lloyd and
'proximately 250 people were pres-I Inez Green, daughter, Judy ana
In Walks TroubleIT ent. The heads of 74 families'son Archie will spend their time
coming from the widespread area off at the Denmark cottage on ,
of Michigan, Maryland, North i Kingsley Lake and attendingthe I GIVEN AWAY EACH WEEK
BOYS' HAS TAkEN YEARSto Carolina and the southern tip of Junior G. A. camp in Tampa

accumulate your valuable Florida were registered under the I this week are Kay and Charles -- YOUR CHOICE.

DungareesSize46 furs, jewelry, china, silver,I supervision of Cora Alderman Dennis, Charlene Hardy, Jeanne

glassware. Marshburn of Tallahassee. Pollet, Linda Hildebran, Margo
Smith, Brenda Lewis, Carolyn
Mrs. George W. Alderman of
1.39 Sale and
Vickers. Linda Kaye Scale Percolator
In no time, a burglar can Starke was presented with a love- Helen Haines as counselor.
Size 8-12 1.59 .
rob you of those possessions. ly'floral piece for being the oldest! If any solicitors or bill collectors ,
Size 14 16 1.79 member of the family present.At are looking for Jimmy and : e

Guard your valuables against the noon hour a bountiful Martha Susan Ritch these days I Skotch I-

BOYS' BOXER burglary, fire and other perils picnic dinner was served on the they can be reached by carrier I I IIIi Lamps
with tailored-to-your pigeon in their newly constructed Cooler
our of Alderman --
lawn the home. of their 9
"club house" on top
needs insurance. .
Dungarees Ji
Mrs. R. F. Demorest is spending garage in the back part of I RI
fancy job from FlashCamera
like a
several days this week in Apop- yard-looks
ka as the guest of Mrs. J. C.I down on the ground but I would- Wrist
8Se H. C. WALL Robinson. n't dare climb 'up there for:be a +iE c{ .,,r rt

Sizes 1 6 closer scrutiny-believe they'll WatchParker -.
AGENCYPhone quite safe up there from all med- y+r e

dlers hear Robert Stefanelliand .
Robbins'The 146 Betty June Norman took Steak
200 E. Call Street DARK the vows Tuesday evening in St.Edward's Pen

Store of Values StarkeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. W TARKE *a FLA.' rectory see June! t Knives
(Caldwell) Edwards is a new clerk Pencil Set

in "County Judge's office
Fri., Sat.-Aug. 14, 15 Elizabeth Lawson.is home for a e
visit from Sarasota. Leon Haz- -

ALL TYPES PEST CONTROL DOUBLE FEATURE elwood Ruby is Johns now beauty a steady parlor operatorat ., .1 HairClipper I Fishing Rod I i

SPECIALIZING IN. FIRST TIMERobert our new BHS coach James Hurst,! I. And Reel
Strickland, i
and grandmother, Outfit ,
Cummings Barbara Hale from Branford, have rented an
or Small apartment in the Gary Ennis i
house corner of Madison GRAND -- Westinghouse Roaster-Oven
GREAT Church'streets the Nat Dank-
FOR HOUSEHOLD PESTS AND TERMITES els moved across the street (Madi-
son) last week into their newly Will Be Given Away October tALL
Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co.' MISSOURI RAID purchased home-the former

while the Merrill
2220 N. "'. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville Fla. Wendell Corey, Macdonald Jacobs McMillans house from Aiken, S. C. PRIZES ON DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOW

Carey __
will move into the Seymour house
Serial and Color Cartoon the Dankels.
formerly'Twas occupied quite a by pleasant get-. Your sales slip from any purchase throughout the store will give you an opportunityto

Tues., Aug. 18ONLYPresideilt's together Tuesday of last Sr. week be given any one of the above items. Just write your name and address on the rear
Mrs. Epperson ( ) and
when daughters Iris VanSickel and of the sales slip. The Grand Prize will be gVen away October 6 and all sales slips will )

INTEGRITYof LadySusan Eva Anderson, and Iris' chillun remain in the contest until Grand Prize is gven: away.
Bill and Judy; spent the day with
Hayward Charlton the Brownlees at St. Augustine

conduct and dealing with better Beach ... Chan and Elizabeth
Heston Stith of Washington, D. C. were PRIZES GIVEN AWAY EACH TUESDAY AT 3:00: P. M.
thoughtfulness and economy in all Two Cartoons and News
there, and you can imagine whata
our serving these mark the reput- good time Iris and Elizabethold To Be Present To Get Your Gift
able quality of this well known firm. Wed.. Thur.-Aug. 19,20 ( high school pals) had "re.I I You Do Not Have

DOUBLE FEATURE I membering when" ... It was the

DeWITT C. JONESPhone MEET ME AT I first since time 1936 they'd... seen each other An Additional 1 Prize of $5 in Trade Will c 0 To The Holder of The Winning Sale Slip

7 Starke, Fla. Was SOrry to hear this week Having Purchase of $2 or Over
r that Dr. Paul and Helen Kartsoniswill
Funeral Director Ambulance Service be leaving us soon--Satur-
Dailey, Diana Lynn
day is Paul's last day at the
Our local funeral home enables nj to offer conveniences t&i -=And- I Starke Medical Center and aftera
services not otherwise available trip to New York they will

I. v.. STOP, YOU'RE live, in Jax our fire depart- KOCH DRUGSTORE
KILLING ME ment answered a call out on the
We furnish the highest type ctnrice at lowest prices tad
Keystone highway Monday afternoon
to ept Ah T life insurance policy In force listed by ANY Broderick Crawford. DaireTre'or to extinguish a fire caused
company, as payment In part or In full on a funeral.
Consultation carries no obligation. by a short circuit under the, dashboard

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Miss Hilda Saunders and Mrs. Mrs. T. F. Brown and son, Mr. and Mrs Nelson Blocker
I I .Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby had Rep. and Mrs. Prentiss Pruitt
Wanda Zae Saunders of Middle- Frank of Hampton visited :Mrs. and sons of Jacksonville are Hialeah are spending two weeks I as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs.G. and family of Monticello were
burg were Saturday "evening D. W. Moore Monday afternoon. ,spending two weeks at :
Kingsley I visiting their parents, Mrs. Carrie V. Williams of Lake. City. The weekend guests of Rep. and :Mrs
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Miss :Margaret Rose Duncan Lake. .Ritch and Mr. and Mrs.. Floyd Dansby also had as guest Mon- Doyle Conner.
Henry. and Miss Frances Caldwell left Mrs. Sam Anderson is in Hamil-I Green. Mr. and Mrs. Ritch and day D. S. Dansby of Orlando. Mrs. B. E. Bennett of Mariannawas
Mrs. J. H. Fields and sister, Tuesday .to spend several days'I ton, R. i. for three weeks visitingher children were in Lake Butler Sat- Final Summer Clearance. 100 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cecil

c-c'Ip THE NEWS Mrs. W. H. Ford of Cocoa, returned with Margaret Rose's cousins son and daughter-in-law urday evening visiting .:Mr. and dresses below oot. At LEILA'S.Mrs. Sewell and Rep. and Mrs. Doyle
last week after three week's Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Troutman in DK-2 and Mrs. Lyle Anderson and Mrs. R. S. Johns and in Jackson- V. V. Hazen spent Sunday Conner last week.

.. .r JI visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Atlanta, Ga. Margaret Rose will children. Lyle is stationed at ville on Monday visiting Mr. and visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr.
and Mrs. P. M. Barefootand Mr. and Mrs. George Carterof Powell in Newton, N. C. join her parents, Mr. and Mrs.K. Quonset Point, R. L Mrs. C. H. Dittmar.Mr. H. Sowell In LaCrosse.Mrs. of Santa Fe Lake were in Deca-
Mr. of Lake Cocoa spent a few days last Miss Della Rosenberg is spend- G. Duncan in Tennell. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin had and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Carl Roberts and'house- tur over the weekend visiting Mrs.
H. F. Darby
Mrs. Mrs. W. F. Barefoot of week with Mrs. J. H. Fields. ing a few days this week in Tallahassee over the weekend at a family reunion as recent guests, Mrs. Robert I children were visiting Mr. and !guests, Mrs. J. J. Holland of Hol- Haynes' nrpther., Mrs. Scott Miss
City and the first of the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pringleand with friends. at the home of Mr. and Tenn :Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tenn and I Mrs. O. W. Barry in Brooker on land, Va., spent last week at Daytona Betty Nell Scott returned with
Sanderson spent / Mr. and Mrs. William Norris Mrs. Roy Smith. The Duncanswill two children and Miss Laura Ann Sunday. j Beach. them for few
week touring in South' Florida. son. Harry. of Auburndale' spent last week with their daughter return to Starke on Monday. Mendoza of New Iberia, La. I I a days visit.
of who visiting friends here and in It
Whitnel Deland
Edwina Mrs. Augusta Hillman at Miss Caldwell will spend the week- Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Kellum and! -
has been attending Camp Arden. Heilbronn this week. Lake. Weir end with Dr. and :Mrs. D. L. Nix son Kenneth Marvin, stopped'
N. C., will spend the weekend with ,Mrs. Suzanne Andrews of T. E. Duncan of Gainesville. in Atlanta former residents of here over the weekend to visit the ANNUAL MANAGERS
Starke and Mr and Mrs. Bryan : SALE !
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Struth.
Lowell Douglas of Brooker and State Farm. F. C. Hollingsworths and other
Lawson of Williston will spend the
Mr. and Mrs. M. L Lynn Skirts and friends
Sheriff P. D. Reddish were in Final Clearance on their way home to Tam-
and family were In Perry on Sun weekend in Aiken S. C. visiting Atlanta, Ga. Tuesday and Wednesday Blouses $1.98. Values to $5.98. .pa from a vacation trip to Alabama. OUR MANAGERS KNOW THE BARGAINS YOU LIKE!
Mr. and Mrs. Wfllard Mr. and Mrs. J. L. day visiting on business. AT LEILA'S. Mr. Kellum is a former resident
Throughout the they note the items buy-the values'
year you you prefer-the bargains
Carmichael and family. family. Mrs. J. S. Sapp spent the week- Carol Searing went to Jack- of Starke.
Final Clearance Skirts and Mrs. >?. S. Crews of the State you look for. And now in appreciation of your patronage they present the money-saving
end' In Jacksonville visiting Mr. sonville Wednesday to visit I Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and son,
Farm was visiting Mrs. Spencer values they know want so can stock pantry to overloading.
Blouses $1.98. Valor to $5.98. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes and Mr. and cousin Vicki Carter, for a few Cliff and daughter. Miss Gloria you you your
AT LEILA'S. Crews on Tuesday. Mrs. Richard Ray. days. I II Johns of Jacksonville spent Sun- STOCK' NOW AND SAVEl!
Mr. and Mrs. James Sale and Miss Shirley Colley is home Miss Kate Struth and niece, Dr. and Mrs. Calvin J. Houpt j day with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Grif-
children of Madison will be Sun- this week from Washington, D. Kathy Struth. were in Wildwood have as their guest this week """'''-
day visitors of Mr. and'Mrs. Guy C. visiting her', mother, Mrs. M. Tuesday to Thursday visiting Mr. Miss Patsy Douber'ey of Lake I I fin.Mr.. and :Mrs. R. H. Boree and
She visited Mr. and v
Sale at KIngsley Lake. H. Colley. and Mrs. Lonnie DeSha. land.. i daughter Iris Lynn, of Jackson- ,
B. Sewell in Little Switzerland -
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welsh and Mra. W" Misses Judy Green and Phoebe Friends of Mrs. Ruby Mae Per- ville spent several days last week It
N. C. while enroute. ::::::?
sons Dewey and Jerry and Mrs. Green are visiting Miss ,Susan kins will be glad to know that with :Mrs. Boree's mother Mrs.
M. 0. Nelson and son, Frankie, Time to buy your fall flower Quarterman in Jacksonville this she returned home Tuesday from i G. H. Bennett. On Sunday Mrs. :=:::::::

of Mobile. Ala are guests this seed at Sistnmk's. week. Riverside Hospital in Jackson- !Benett and her guests, together -
week of Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Flynnat Friends of Mrs. Leonard Van I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore ville where she has been a pa- ; with Stanley Bennett and R.
Lake Hewitt and Mrs. W. D. I Epps of Orange Heights, the former -I.'I spent Sunday night 'with his tient for 18 days. V. Turner, visited Mr. and Mrs.J. :--:::
Faxon. Hazel Packman 'of Starke grandmother, Mrs. D. W. Moore Miss Lois Jordon has returned: O. Turner in Wildwood. ::::
}.[r. and Mrs. Spencer. Crewsof ( I will regret *o know that she is I Hollis V. Knight Jr., who has to Miami'after spending a week I Final Clearance all Gage Hats -- ,.oo sTO Et
the State Farm have rented an confined In the Alachua General spent the past three months in with her sister, Mrs. Hollis V. '$1.00. Values to $12.50. At LEI

apartment In the Johns' home, Hospital with rheumatic fever. Tucson, Ariz. with Mr. and Mrs. Knight. LA'S. .
404 Center street. Mr. and, Mrs.Louie Lancaster of Wm. S. Colson, arrived in Gainesville Mr and Mrs. Earl B. Searingand //IIIII"-

Mr*. E. T. Hicks and son, Billy Jacksonville spent Sunday with last week to attend the Mrs. W. H. Perkins had the Quantity:: Rights Reserveditow Prices Good Thru Sat. August 15
Ed. of Mlddleburg spent the week- }Ir. and Mrs. Martin Land. funeral of his sister. Nancy following dinner guests last Thurs-

end with Mrs.Havana Jobns.1m.Johns Mrs. Millard Judd and childrenare Knight Bird. day: Mrs. R." B. Trask of Lakeland, Let Us Thoroughly ,
and Mrs. Hicks were, In In Valdosta, Ga. for a few Mr. and Mrs. H.: V Knight hadas Mrs. E. C. Carter and children, ff4J let
Gainesville on :Monday. days. visiting, relatives. recent guests Dr. and Mrs., J. !Robert and Vicki, of Jacksonville Wash Your Clothes 152 Gall StreetStarke
E. Maines of Gainesville! and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rickey Everyday -
and Mrs. Hal Y. Maines of Lake and daughters. Diane and Jan of Florida
9 Pounds fop I i

1 ALVAREZ' STORE Men's.Clothing Ill I Butler..Final Summer Clearance. 100 I Thomasville Ga.MandvllleKing. flower seed at Specials
1894STARKE For
Established dresses beow cost. At LEILA'S. Sistrunk's.Mr. 40c!
t Mrs. Cora A. Brooks of Tampais I I and :Mrs. Gail Mathews
Packed Granulated
spending this week with Mr. spent Sunday at Neptune Beach Bleach If Desired!
and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum at] visiting their sons Lowell and
Kingsley Lake Virgil Mathews and their families.I t
Rep. and Mrs: Doyle Conner Miss Sue Biggs returned to St.' Ii
were in Orlando Tuesday and Augustine Sunday after a two WeWilJ Lbs'Lb 43cSURE.MIX

Wednesday of last week and in weeks vacation visiting Miss Kay
Dry Your Clothes
RADIO TV SERVICE .Marianna and Tallahassee from Bishop in Detroit, Mich and Bobby
Thursday to Saturday. Biggs and :Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mrs. Janie Avery is in Panama Burton in Atlanta, Ga. For 20cIn Shortening
City and Pensacola on businessfor Mr. and Mrs. H. Sellers have
Reasonable Guaranteed ServiceOn New Automatic Driers
three weeks. I rented the H. H. Adams cottage
All Makes Radios or TV Bonnie and Jeffry Paulk of on Kingsley Lake. C
Willicoochee, Ga. were guests last Misses Minnie and Juanita Bes-
week of Faye and Sylvia Paulk.I sent had as guests last week Can
IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS Jean Paulk of Willicoochee was,Mr. and Mrs. David Oliver and TheYasheteria\
NOT GIVING YOU their weekend guest. Mrs. Sarah Humphries and chil-
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Curtis of dren of Fort Lauderdale and Mr. Temple Ave. StarkeCHARLEY
Atlanta, Ga. spent a few days and Mrs. Hugh Thistlewait and
last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. children of Opejousas, La. The 'r'" ,
c* i_ 198-W At Once G. Haile. Bessents also had as weekend ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Eustis McKnight,guests Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Oliver
will attend the graduation of their of Boca Raton. 190
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eac es
L8E. Call Strett Next Door To Nasworthy'sT1E1 i I daughter Miss Delores McKnight, Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray and I i
,frorri; Florida-Southern University babies of Jacksonville have moved

'[Saturday evening. Miss .McKnight I into the former Scott home corner ..6 :=......." '"07 """ _. -'
will teach second grade in the I of Washington and Temple
,,Bradford Elementary school com- avenues. Mr. Patray will enter t I VELVO Whole Bean TROPICAL STOKELY Orange

mencing this fall. The U. of F. in September to finish
FREE FREE! i I ,Mrs. 'Charles H. Knight sailed his senior year. I COFFEE RICE JUICE

,from New York for Germany on :Mrs. C. D: Williams of'Tampais .
" I Aug., 14 where,she will join her spending several weeks with I
HTGai: orGas Given ttwcfy ,husband who is with the U. S. :Mrs. Henrietta Hunt and Mr. and ;I

I Army at Ausburg. Mrs. L. D. Green. The Greens LbBag69c 3 39c 25CI
9 By Cumber's Gas Station I New flower seed at Sistrunk's.Mrs. also had as weekend guests Mr. 1wa LbPlcg 4b-oz Can
Dale VanSickel and children and Mrs., Willard Pass of Talla-

EVERY SATURDAY' NIGHT AT 8 P. M. ,. Bill and Judy, left Thurs- hassee. I
I I day of last week for their home in Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Broadwayand I iii1aov'i: .
of gaspurchased at Cumber's you Los Calif. after GRADED"OHOIOE"EAT.RITE" BEEF SALE ,
With each 5 gallons Angeles spendingsix children, Suzie and..Stevie, E. JOHNS & SON I
leave your signature. You do not have to be presentfor weeks here with Mrs. Van- and George Morrison spent Thurs-
the donation. Cumber's Gas Station is located Sickel's mother, Mrs. W. J. Ep day of last week at Silver Springsin about this questionWe Guaranteed Tender Eat-Rite
301. person, Sr. and other relativeS.Mrs. celebration of St'evie's twelth
3/2 mi. north of Starke on
TO MY FRIENDS AND NEW Mattie Gahagan is visiting birthday anniversary.Final plan to drive about 5000 Steak
A MESSAGE relatives this week in Hardee- Clearance all Gage Hats Sirloin Lb 79c
ACCOUNTS: ville, S. C.
$1.00. Values to $12.50.t LEI miles on our vacation auto
Mr. and Mrs. Loran Conner of LA'S.
in the
to take of needs
I now prepared care your
Sylvania. Ga. yisited Mr. Conner's trip. Because of excessive !
Mrs. Del
Colley and
line of brazing, burning, and electric welding.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Con-
Bring the job to me or I will go to the job. My guarantee ner, and other relatives here last lywood Barbara,from were vacationing at Hol- driving on strange roads, 1 I i
Monday to Thurs-
prevails. The job must hold or else it costs you nothing weekend. 7" Cut Rib Roast Lb 59c
day.Frances would it be wise to add Collision -
for a re-weld. Mrs. Paul Shupe of Eau Gallie DUrden of Jacksonville

JOS. H. GUMBER spent a few days last week with Beach was visiting her cousin, and Medical Payments
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F.(Linda Johns, a few days this week. I
Formerly the welder at Ed Prevatt's Garage Demorest.Mr. Nat Dankel, Jr. spent the week- Coverage, and increase our 2 More Famous Steak Cuts Tender Meaty "Eat-Rite" Beef

LAST FRANK WEEK'S CRUCE LUCKY, LAWTEY.SIGNATURE FLA. St. Petersburg. and Mrs. and E. Q.Miss Garrick Kay of end cousins in, Brunswick Sonny and John Ga. Dankel.with his Liability to $2550,000; I i: Round or T-Bone Lb. 98c Chuck Roast Lb. 39c

Brown of Staten Island. N. Y. Mr. and :Mrs. J. H. Ritch are Meaty "Eat-Rite" Plate Freshly Ground "EatRite"Hamburger
were weekend guests of Mr. and visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden
Mrs. L. S. Hutto. at Jacksonville Beach for several Charley E. Johns 'I Stew Beef Lb. 19c Lb. 39c

Mrs. W. H. Hart and daughter weeks. I
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Kay visited' Mrs. M. A. Hart in Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson
THEATRE I Surrency Ga. from Friday to spent last week vacationing at & Son AgencyPhone Circle "K" or "Best-Van

Tuesday. Mr.,Hart joined his fami- Clearwater Beach.
STARKE ly on Sunday"Mrs. Martha Ann Griffin of Tampa

L. S. Hutto and Itfrs. H. spent last week with Marion Hen- 13 Starke, Fla. I Sliced Bacon 69cI
Dedicated To Community Service E. Tucker and daughters, were derson. I. I Lb
"Movie Are Better Than Ever" in Savannah Ga. Thursday of I U..WILWWUIICOMING I: I

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad! Wedding last week anniversary attending of the Mr.Golden and I SUPERBRAND, Colored, QuartersMargari'ne -

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. I I Mrs. p. S. Hutto. II

., Aug. 15ONLYBIG Sun.. Mon.-Aug. 16, 17"oiap I Mrs. D.V.. Moore and grand-I TOFlorida
DOUBLE FEATURE 'son David Wayne Moore of Belle 2 Lbs35c
,. ; tbeIIII Glade, spent last weekend in Ar-
cher with her son, C. R. Moore
I 5T4qgILc : and family. I a Theatre

Mrs. E. D. Stokes and Billy I Vine-Ripened Calif.Cantaloupes.
i Carter of Columbia, S. C. are j
s Sona1It' r I guests this week of Mr. and Mrs.
; !
L. S. Hutto and Mr. and Mrs.

I TECH j.Y ;' I ,George Moxley. i Each. 29C

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and Wines nappy Hunter*' Cartoon i REAL GOLD Frozen LEMONADE or DUNCAN HINES
Also .Mighty Hunters" Cartoon And Latest World News Natural Vision

And CHAS.Chap.E. DEVLINlueJ. 2 Serial MRS. L. H. JENNINGSThur. FLOWERSFor All Occasions a Orange Juice 7 Cans 9 1C

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTiTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFARMER'S hog tight, we ,are out of the hog Alice soaked 1-2 lb. of okra once each week for four consecutive CALL

business. It took us a long time, 'seed' in hot water and then planted weeks In the Bradford County Tele Sealed bids will FOR be received BIDS by the Avenue and address is: 352 Clearbrook II and file the original In the officeof

lots of wasted time chasing hogs, two rows of it in left field. We graph. City Council of the City ot" Starke, Tou are Landsdowne.required to Pennsylvania. I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
; i Dated this 4 day or August. 1353. at the City Hall In Starke Florida, appear on 'or before the Z4 day of August. 19.: i
and lots of expensive feed to learn think that in the future we will : (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby until 8:00 o'clock P.M., on Tuesday August Court and 31. 1953. in the above named otherwise the allegations of said!
Clerk of the Circuit Court August 18, 1953 at which time and cause, wherein plaintiff Complaint will be taken as confessed
that lesson. try to have three separate plantings seekl.--dh-orce and
Marian L. restoration of .by
DIARY By Crosby Deputy Clerk. place all bids received will be maiden you.
of okra so we can have it I _j_ 8/7 4t b/8 publicly opened and read aloud, on Telegraph name.shall publish Bradford this County Order This notice shall! be publishedonce
Petal is a beautiful yearling steadily. NOTICE TO CREDITORS the following: in next four weekly issues. each week for four consecutive
I weeks in the Bradford
County Tel
: S SS In the Court of the (...Bt,. Jadge, One 16000 G.B/W. Rated Truck Witness hand
The author win be glad to receive heifer, but the lop-eared monster with 102 inch my and official egraph.
Bradford County, Florida, In C. A. Dimension seal at Starke
: Items of interest concern i just insists on nursing other cows.I I There has been a big improve- I Probate Standard 4-speed transmission 29, 1953. Florida this July Dated this 2! day of July, 1953.
ing the activities of farmers in ,ment in our flock of laying hens In re: Estate of Edward Seabright. and two speed rear axle F.O.R. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ) Charles Darby
We Chad a weaner on her, but it '. sed. Starke. Florida. Bid price to be Clerk} of the Circuit Court
: Bradford County. Suggestions maybe I ever since we've turned them I pec adjusted on freight difference to By Marian L. Clerk of said Court By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Cleric:
left at the Telegraph office or rubbed and caused a screw-worm .loose to graze on pasture. Their I I SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Body Mounting point. Alan C. Winters, Jr. 508 Graham j 7/24 4t SiB

mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey infection so we took it off. But combs look better and they are AGAINST SAID ESTATE: The said City reserves the right'to BuildinsJakson"llIe., Florida. I II (In The County J.ift'. Court,
You and each of .accept or reject any or all bids. Attys. for ;
you are hereby
the other day we saw her nursingJoy I[laying a little better than they notified and required to present any City of Starke. FloridaBy I 7/31 4t S/21 i IN Bradford RE Estate County, Florida.
: of J. P. ROBERT
By Sam McGarrey |I did when we kept them shut up. Claims and demands which you. or : Carl Johns City Clerk I. The Circuit Court Of Bradford Deceased. ,
f so we put the weaner on her I either of you may have against the _____ 7/31 3t 8/14 County, Florida, I* Chancery.
We have to for
keep Alexander NOTICE
&kLAkAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA LA A A A A AL A LA LA A A A A..&., again, but this time put a pieceof estate of Edward Seabright de- Bishoff. Plaintiff, Vs.
----------------- CALL FOR BIDS Notice U hereby give that Leola
nests, and when we find one we Ceased. late of said County, to the Fannie Bishoff, Defendant
rubber hose the chain Sealed bids will be receiveed by the F. Roberts has filed her Final Re-
over of
Great day in the morning, but added a pound of cane sugar to do not sell the eggs as we wantto County Florida,Judge at his office Bradford in the County court, City Council of the City of Starke, Order Of Publication And Case.No.Notire 9943 port and Petition for Final Discharge .

we sure were excited recently when her ration and right now she hoping that it would protect her be sure they are strictly fresh. house of said County at Starke. at the City Hall in Starke, Florida, To Apenri State of Florida Tot as Administratrix of the Estate .
until 8:00: o'clock P.M.. on Tuesday, of J. P. Roberts, deceased
from reforestation. We need to ; and
our pet milk cow. Joy, had her seems 'to be all right again. Wear S. Florida, 'within eight calendar I August 18, 1953. at which time and Fannie Bishoff, whose residenceand that on the 24th day of August,
months from
the time of
the first
calf at last, and it was as we hop- trying to get her on full feed fence off some pasture, so that At last we are drinking Joy's publication of this notice. Each place all bids received will be ery Ave.address. Rockville is: 500 West Maryland.Montgom.J 1953. she will apply to the Honor-

ed It would be, a heifer. We.named as soon as possible.We we, can really wean calves so that good rich milk again and it is a I claim or demand shall be in writing, the publicly following opened: and read aloud on You are required to appear on able of Bradford Theron County.A. Yawn.Florida County for Judge
this trouble II I and shall state the place of residenceand August 24. ap.pro.al -
we do not have over 1953 In the above named
her Hope and the little gal is ,are raising Hope on a nipple wonderful treat. We.never. knew i post office of the claimant. and One enclosed Packer type Gar Court and cause where!* plaintiff for Final of said Final Report and
and over again. But that is a lot shall be sworn to by the claimant.his bage collection unit, 12 Cubic seeks Discharge as Administra
pretty as a picture-the golden before we came here that there divorce. Bradford County Telegraph trix of the of
estate J. P.
pall, because tests show that easier said than done. : or her agent. or attorney, and Yard Capacity. Body to be shall publish this Order in Roberts,
Guernsey color with a blaze of was such a big difference in one any such claim or demand not so mounted on truck furnishejl by next four weekly Issues. deceased.This1
white on her forehead white. the. calf gets the mflfc slower that S S cow's milk from anothers. Joy's i filed shall be void. City of Starke. Florida. Wtness my hand and official 24 day of July, 1953.

stockinged legs and a way, and there Is less chance of Sam's never hunting work these milk tastes better to us than any. Cassie Seabright. As Administra The said City reserves the right to seal at Starke. Florida, this July Leola of the F. Estate Roberts.of Administratrix J. P. Robert
22 %.
moment he trix of the Estate of accept or reject any or bids.
ped tail. We found the whIte-ttP.1 upsetting her digestion. The first days, for every spare we've ever had and it Is so rich As executor of the Last Will City of Starke, Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 7/24 4t 1/11

in the morning shortly day we gave her three feedingsof can find he's putting into caring. that we have cream for every- and Testament of Edward By: Cart Johns, City Clerk As Clerk of said Court. --

was born, and stayed with her until one" quart of milk plus about a for the nursery berry plants. We thing *'e. want. Sam can't wait to Seabrlgbt, deceased. 7/31 3t 8/14 IIn I'Charles'By Marian R. L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. IB Florida Circuit! In Court(...,..Bradford...r,. County,
pint of water have about 2,800 old plants which I First publication July 31st 1953. Circuit Court bracrord Conaty 204 Guaranty Life Charles P. Foerster, Plaintiff. .
we gave Joy a couple of pails as according toMorrlson's get some buttermilk. 7/31 4t 8/21 Building, Jacksonville, Florida. vs.Gladys
Florida In Chancery.Patrica Nielson Foerster, Defendant.
out and are trying to .
of water. We then let them alone book the calf should we cleaned S S SNow I. Circuit Lee Kelly Millard Plaintiff, Attys. for Plf. 7/24 4t 8/14 Case No. 9944

until )later in the day when it have a maximum of 5 or 6 lbs. make some runners for next sea that we are getting cloudy Florida; In Court Chancery.Harvey Bradford. Cou.tr, vs. Eugene Fredrick Millard De NOTICE-TO APPEAR Order_ Of Publication '..d"etl..e!

looked as though it would rain of milk daily for the first few son's crop. The plants at the lower days with regular showers the O. Moore, Plaintiff, vs. Ru- fendant. IB Circuit Court Bradford County To Gladys Appear Nielson State Foerster Of Florida whose To
dell Moore, Case NO. 8955 Florida: IB Chancery
We brought them up and pat days "for there is much more end of the field are running quitea weather is comfortable. We still Deft'ndant.Case No. 9959 Order Of Publication and Notice To Orestes Alexander. Plaintiff vs.Elphis residence and address is: Unknown.
of the bit but most of the. plants are Appear State of FloridaTo Alexander, Defendant You are required to appear on
danger first
them In a clean, dry stall. As we overfeeding need a lot of rain though for Order Of PubliC'atiollDd \otlee ToAppear : Eugene Fredrick Millard I August 24. 1953, in the above named
are afraid that this will be our few days than underfeeding". We' just starting. And how the grass the hot sun really evaporates the ; State Of Florida To: whose residence and address is: Notice To Appear! Case No. 9945 Court and cause. wherein plaintiff

last chance to raise a heifer from are gradually Increasing the milk, and weeds are growing. It is a moisture out of the soil. And we address Rudell Moore Is: 714 w Scott iose Street residence, Scotts-and Unknown.You to To: Elphis C. Alexander, whose seeks Telegraph! divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Orderin
are required
old Joy, we plan to do everything and Hope seems to be doing fine constant battle to try to keep have not by any means forgotten boro, Alabama. August 31. 1953. in the above appear named on brini residence Boulevard and address New York Is: 33 255, New Ca- next four weekly Issues.
within to although she is hungry most of them from taking over and we We You are required to appear on Court and cause wherein plaintiff York. Witness! my hand and official
our power successfullyraise the I I the wheel hoe where we our plans to irrigate. are August 31, 1953, In the above named 1 seeks divorce and restoration of You are hereby notified that suit seal at Starke, Florida, this July
Hope. We let Hope stay time. are using having an engine rebuilt to furnish Court and cause, wherein plaintiff maiden name. Bradford County for Divorce a 22, 1953.

with-Joy for the first day. S S S can to keep the weeds down. But the power, and just as soon seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph Telegraph shall publish this Orderin has been filed against you In the (OFFICIAL SEAL Chanes A. DarbyAs
s' .' '. Thought we were doing fine where the runners are getting shall publish this Order in next four weekly issues. above named Court and cause and Clerk of said Court
as we can we're going to start next four weekly issues. Witness my hand and official seal
you are required to By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
serve a of
with the ,calf but horrifiedone thick we are pulling the weeds by Witness hand and official at Starke, this I copy
Two days later we were alarmed were pumping water. my Florida. July 28, your answer or pleading to the complaint Charles R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life
day to find a screw-worm in- hand and that is a slow job. W e i S S S seal at Starke Florida .this July 1953._ on the Plaintiff's Attorney Building. Jacksonville Florida.
though when Joy again showedthe 30. 1953. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby T. Frank Landrum Starke
festation in her navel despite the dusted with DDT and sulphur. i OFFICIAL SEAL Charles AttyA for Plf. -ffi 4t *;14That's
After farming here for almost ( ) A. DarbyAs I As Clerk of said Court
effects of acetonemia went fact that we had dipped her navelin S. I Clerk of said Court By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I j
her feed five a most remark- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy ClerkZach 'Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Building
off lost
her cud, had a seeder to plant a years 'I !
iodine promptly.; We smearedthe Used our new H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Build Jacksonville, Florida. Our Business ,
dry muzzle and acted extremely wound with scew-worm medicine row of turnips in the kitehen gar- able change has occured. When we ing, Jacksonville, Florida.AU.s. Attys. for Plf. 7/31 4t 8/21 S ,

listless. But we knew what to do and think, that we got it be- den and it works fine. It saves us started here everything was for PIt. 7/31 4t 8/21 NOTICE_Tb APPEAR GJ If It's Glass We Have It!

for it, so we got a competent fore it caused too much damage.But a great deal of time, and does a strange and mysterious. We, knew la Circuit Court, Bradford Coaaty, CALL WRITE or VISIT
raiser NOTICE OF I\TE\TIOX TO Florida* IB ('all *rT.
stock to come and give her
this trouble shows us clearly much better job. Recently we nothing about the trees shrubs, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Mary T. Bradford, Plaintiff, vs.
an injection of calcium and dextrose that you must keep a close watchon planted a row of mustard and we Notice is hereby given that the Clark M. Bradford, Defendant Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR

and it was only a matterof stock if wish to get did not get a stand at all. But weeds, grasses or crops. One undersigned under the provisionsof Case No. 9396 .
your you field looked just like Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida I Notice To Apprnr.I .
minutes before Joy's muzzle good results. with the new seeder we can replant -planted Acts of 1941 will register with the I : Clark M. Bradford, whose ANY GLASS NEED
became moist, and she started to S so easily that we do not another to us. But gradually we Clerk of the Circuit Court in and 1.'residence and address is. P. 0. Box We Design Modern Store Fronts
for Bradford County, State of Florida Fenton Tenn.
have to identify things until I 1265.
graze. During the next few days Took Higgle, our last remainIng mind at all. Duringthis season it come upon receipt of proof of publication -I You are hereby notified that a Just Mail Us A Pattern for
the went off feed I now we get a thrill out of go- of this notice the fictitious cult for
again, so we .
going.ISS I
sow, off to market this week. is a job to get things name of Advance Sign Co. under Divorcehas Table Tops
around and recognizing plants,
We talked it over and decided I. ing which we are engaged in business been tiled against you In the
that because the sow had trouble Also planted a row of collards grasses, weeds, etc. To one who on Court St. Starke, Fla. above named Court and cause and 318 N. 'V. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353
'I has been born and raised in Brad- Sole owner R. A. Shutt Hoover you are required to serve a copy of .-
FILL DIRTGOOD with prolapsis she would not bea in the kitchen garden and did Apts. Starke, Fla. your answer or pleading to"the
*' good risk to breed again, and not change the seed plate for we ford County this may sound Dated this 27th day of July complaint on the Plaintiff'. .
strange but it must be remem- A.D. 1953, Starke Bradford County, Attorneys! Willian D. Morgan,
that furthermore until we get set want to get a stand of collards, Fla. 7/31 4t 8/21 507 Clark Building, Jacksonville
RICH properly to handle hogs we and then will not mind thinning bered that when we came here I Florida MOVINGLOCAL
up we were city slickers and did In Circuit Court Bradford County and file the original In the office of
. are wasting our time and money. them out. The old row of collardswe Flwrldai In Chanrrry. 1 the Clerk of the Circuit Court onr
TOP SOIL We do not have. fences which will have. has not amounted to anything not know Bermuda grass from Nathaniel Ben Brinson Jr., Plaintiff, ) before the .
bull rushes. vs. Maxine Brinson ')toft ndant. 31 day of August 1953 -
-"" hold hogs, and for the past year at all, for the insects have S S S Case No. $957 otherwise the allegations of said Safe PHONE
7"-.. we have kept them in a dry lot chewed them to pieces. If we can Order Of Publi..atloaBd otirr Complaint will be taken as confess
See Myrtle the turtle-tailed pig, To Appear; State Of Florida To: by you.This OR S Dependable
and fed them "out of a sack". get new ones going we will dust Maxine Brinson whose residenceand I"d notice shall oe published
BILL JACKSON With our experience.. so far we regularly,for control. which we areraising to eat is address is: Unknown.: I once each week for four consecutive LONGDISTANCE S EconomicalR. 311
fast becoming a pain in the neck. You are required to appear on weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
are convinced that we cannot August 31, 1953, in the above named t 1 Era: ph.
Jackson Transfer Company Alice said yesterday that she'sgoing Dated this 25 of t B. Alvarez OR
make money raising hogs that Got cold frame workingfor Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I day July, 1953. .
'1way. for the time being our out to pen Myrtle up if she hast seeks divorce. Bradford County t i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Agents For TRANSFER AND
Phone 165 And so us again. Alice cleaned it Telegraph shall publish this Orderin I Clerk of the Circuit Court 250-J
I luntil be nail her to a post to do it. '!By Marian U CiOsSy, Deputy Clerk Bros.
t we get fences that :will and planted some cabbage and let- next four weekly issues. DeIcher STORAGE CO.
Witness my hand and official seal | ___ 7/31 4t 8/21 _ _
tuce seed. We know it is early, but CEMETERY WORKING at Starke, Florida, this July 29. i''in
Circuit Court Bradford County,
we are trying to get something 1953. Florida "In
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs j', : Chancery.
going and if we can get tl plants There will be an all-day work- Clerk of said Court I Suzanne M. Holt Plaintiff \"S. I STORAGEPerr'man

SAVE with growing in a protected spot we ing at the Lawtey Cemetery on By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk i Robert K. Holt. Defendant.Case No. 995g
Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Build-
may be able to transplant successfully Thursday, Aug. 27. Everyone is ing, Jacksonville, Florida. I Order Of Publication .'ndoUcoe: BIdg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
during a wet spell. asked to come and bring tools to Attys. for Plf. 7/31 4t S/21 :, To Appear Male Of Florida To
L Robert K. Holt, whose residence '! --
S SHave
Mutual Insurance work with and lunch for -- -
a lot of good feed for our dinner.Beulah Revels.

cows in right field where we sow- '

ed hairy indigo. There is a good CARD OF THANKS FiAJATTI1OWOffTSwiti

ONLY stand and it is growing vigorously -
CONNER BROS.STARKE'S We wish to thank our friendsfor
so as soon as we can get some
barbed wire strung around it to the kindnesses shown duringthe.

hold the cows in, we can give ; death of Mrs. Emma England.The theWthiii
Before Buying ... These Savings England family. ?
Shop Compare them______ some good feed. And then -

1 too hairy indigo- is a good soil I

CLASS IPublic builder so we are improving the .tOTICK
The Board of County Commis-
field. sioners of Bradford County, Florida,
S S S invite bids for furnIshing the following tIFWML
Liability only $29.50Driver's The front sedge-grass field also Machine equipment for validating: One (1) Validating tax re--

has a good crop of hairy indigo ceipts.

License Can.Be Revoked If Your Are Involved growing, although we. have Machine/ on file to with conform Board to '"specification .f County! -

In Accident Without Liability the cows shut out until it is graz- Commissioners, Bradford County,

ing height. It is a big boost to us Florida. Specifications may A. be Darby seen,
by applying to
to finally get a good stand of Ex-Officio Clerk to Board of County Your PRESENT TIRES !

SAVE 20% on All Dwellings and Contents cover crop, after our many fail- Commissioners., County Clerk Courthouse Circuit Starke Court'soffice _

SAVE 15% on All Business Property ures. We did not attempt to Cover Florida.All .
the bids must give trade'iamespecifications ,
sowed but let
the seed we. ,
10-20 & Trucks and full deescription ORIGINAL ACTION PHOTOS token at
% on
rain cover the tiny seed, and it of machine offered and price for Daytona Beach, Florida and Lancaster

SAVE -. 30% on Garage & Service Station Liability seems to have worked fine. ollector's same; completely Office installed Eradford in County Tax California-demonstrations witnessed

S S S Courthouse Starke. Florida; priceto by more than 10,000 people.

> The.acre. of cover crop field be net of any Federal or State

i peas where we plan to put our taxes furnished(exemption for same certificate). will be

Conner Bros. Insurance AgencyDOYLE berry crop is growing slowly, and Delivery must be made on or before -
in event
that the would hurry October 1st, 1954, or
we wish peas
delivery is not made substitute machine
CONNER LUCIAN CONNER up and make big vines so that must be provided as loan to
at no cost until delivery is J.
we'll have a lot of green matterto "
[ made. INSTANT.ACTION SHOT! Look NEVER: BEFORE -TillSotcrushngmpactyettire

Representing some of America's Highest Rated Com cut under. Our plan calls for Bids should be delivered Bradford to Boardof / BLOWOUT PREVENTIOM .

panies, As Rated by Alfred M. Best, America's Leading cutting them under near the end County County, Florida Commissioners., c/o Charles A.Darby is unharmed! [ 1 These knije-sharp
# of August, so that they can have Clerk, Bradford County -
Insurance Authority : -' -_ concrete llotks reach Gill
Starke, Florida on or -'
PHONE 285 time to rot before we bed up for Courthouse before 10:00 o'clock A.M. September '--______ ----'--'--'-- crush the uhttl-rim but can't

the berries. 8, 1953 at which time same will be harm the tire equipped with
S S acted upon. LIFE ALL The patented
The Board Reserves the right to
Looks right now as if we'vebeen reject any or all bids. Nylon LIFEW ALL conttructlon -

lucky in our planting of 2,000 Dated this 5 day of August, A.D. abiorbi the ticious

jfr.oo sweet potato vines. We. have a 1953. Board County, CommissionersM. shock, lout no air, prnenit

pretty good stand, and npw our O. HARRELL, Chairman the blowout!
Eradford County, Florida.
problem will be to keep the grass ATTEST: Cbarles A. Darby, Clerk.
and weeds and insects from tak- I 8/7 :t 8/14

II' ing over. Well use the tractor to IB Circuit Court-, Bradford CouBtfi BUY NOW-SAVE-BE SAFE !

cultivate the first few times, but .Florida !. Chaarrrr.

TRADE then well have to give 'them a Marion Winifred H.P.Warlick Warllck, Defendant.Plaintiff vs. Now, today during the nation-wide U.S. Royal Price You multiply the strength of your old tires; you double

good job of hoeing and then we'll Case No. 9970 Reduction Sale-put the Nylon UFEWALL within your the strength of your new tires. You gain in economy-

dust with chlordane. Order Of Publication Aad .\tire To tires old the life whatever
Appears State Of Florida T.i or new. because you increase tires you own.
S S S H. Warlick, whose residenceand
IN Latest plant which we have Marion address is: 100 South 41st Street Now, get the total benefit of today's major contri-

Phone 80 Starke, Fla. identified Is pokeweed. Alice dis' Wilmington You are ,required North Carolina to appear: oh bution to safer motoring exactly fitted to the TO KNOW AND BEMEMBER U. S. Royal

covered it growing right In bach: named September Court 8. and 1953, cause in the, wherein above tires on your present car or on your new car. UFEW ALL is'an inner wall of "flexing" Nylon

of our Roadside Market and so I plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration In positive blowout prevention, and in puncture and rupture safety, the most perfect air-container ever developed .
now we know what that looks of maiden name. Bradford
ON YOUR OLD MATTRESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSflrsssrssss County Telegraph shall publish protection not powerfully bridging from within the
like. We'd like to know as much I : you get a permanent driving safety rupture -
this in four
Order next weekly
known before. and blowout risks.
as we can about everything that issues; .
tsar nfl.. Witness my hand and otficial seal
grows on our farm. at Starke Florida. this August 5, lour car dealer will mount LJFEWALLS now, within your new-dr tires.
THIS INNER vyyvyyyyvyyyyyyyyyyYy.WHERE (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs lour U.S. Royal Dealer will immediately install them in your present tires.
Clerk of said Court
,"", TRAINING AND By Marion L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Building. Jacksonville Florida.Attys.
for Plif. Sj* 4t 8/28
If you need a truss or surgical -

\ 'S support you cannot afford to IB Circuit NOTICE Cemrt.TO Bradford APPEAR C atr. USR01AL TIRES

take a chance with yeur health, Florida i la Chaapery.
Eva Viola Lindgard. Plaintiff, ?&
by being improperly fitted. Paul LJndgard. Defendant.

Here at Ca&ova Prescription Case X0. 9110"otl..e
'. !\ ToIII1".P..
Less $15.00 Center, we hue trained technicians To: Paul LJndgard whose. resi

both male and female, dnee You and are address hereby notified is: Unknown. that 'a The protection that's alivat/s with you /

For Your to serve you.Remember suit for
vacating: of final decree and
your health and other relief
Old Mattress has been tiled against you In the
comfort depend on
expert above named Court and cause and
roa- are required to serve a copy of STARKE TIRE SALESUSE
your answer or pleading to the
fitting.CANOVA complaint on the Plaintifff
I Balance
: : Attorney Guaranty Daniel Life Building A.: j4.our Jack. US

PRESCRIPTION CENTEI and sonrllle.tile the Florida orIginal In the office OUR BUDGET PLANS

: : of the Clerk of the Circuit Court '
44.95 PHONE 4202 On or before the

_- I (Near Hospital) 'I otherwise* day of the September allegation 1J5J of; nit JIMMY MOORE, Owner

ComplaInt will be .
Gainesville, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4I&L. fused by a. Con.
This notice yon. thai be ublisheI < Corner U. S. 301 and State Road 100 PHONE 189 Starke, FIa.

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MOW At The TabernacleA yy yy .' -- --...: -- -_ __-_-_- __ .u_ ____ _-_- .. __- __. -_-_ .
church services here last Sunday.Mr. .
new leader at the Saturday STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and Mrs. Carl Hilliard and

CHURCHES night youth meeting added in- daughter Margie of Lawtey at-
terest to the program and Bible
by Marian Norman tended services here Sunday night. EARL
Quiz. A short chalk talk on the Mrs. W. E. Feagle spent last
"Serpent in the Wilderness" wasa week in Miami visiting her broth- \ ..j 4 iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJBoth Recent visitors of the J. B.

,- highlight of the meeting. er-in-law and sister, Mr. andMrs. White family were. the Zedra Ham-
1 services were well attended -
Church H. W. Perry. Mrs. Feagle en- iltons of Brooker, the Culvers of
ChurchThe Christian
Presbyterian PENTECOSTAL: HOLINESS joyed several fishing trips while : last Sunday, and baptism was Bayless Highway Miss Dorothy

Junior Choir will meet Friday Services will be held at 11 a. m. CHURCH there. held in the afternoon at Kingsley Ross, and Mrs. Lois Cox.

Sunday School 10 a.m. Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Dugger and .Lake for three converts: The I
Aug. 14, at 3:30 p. m. in the and 8 p. m. Sunday with a guest !
Morning Service 11 a.m. children have returned home after Union
church. minister, A. L. Kleinfeldt of junior class of the Training COOK'SGroceries
Services for Sunday; lug. 16- Frankfort. Ind.. in the pulpitSunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m. spending an enjoyable week vaca- had charge of the program in the i LET US FILE YOUR SAWon
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning Prayer Meetings Wednesaa tioning at Kingsley Lake. general assembly period Sunday
Worship 11 a. m. with the School 9:45 a. in. :Mid- night 7:45 p.m. Saturday niglrCIiURCH )Ir. and Mrs. L. W. Pace spent night. our New Foley

minister's topic, being "Lengthening week prayer. meeting 8 p. m. several days fishing in Lake. Grif- Gene Clemons spent the past AUTOMATIC SAW FILER
Our Cords, StrengtheningOur Wednesday.St. OF JESUS CHRIST fin near Leesburg. The latter partof three weeks with relatives in Mi-
Stakes". Evening service 8 LATTER DAY SAINTS the week they visited relativesin ami. Bhey'll cut

p. m. Topic: "A Man Called John". Mark's EpiscopalRev. Services each Sunday in old Ma- Jacksonville and returned home Miss ,Joyce Morgan is enjoyinga like new when
service and sonic Hall on B. Call St. Sunday their Calvin, who had
Regular prayer ,'. Raymond E. MacBlaln with son vacation in the mountains of filed on our
Bible study Wednesday evening at School 10 a. m., Sacrament Serv- spent the week there. I
Tennessee, North Carolina, precision ma- Meats. Feed
will ice 6:30 m. Everyone welcome. L. L. Wainwright I
7:30 o'clock. Choir practice Schedule of Services p. Mr. and Mrs. Virginia. I chine. In a

follow at 8 p, rr\\ SUNDAYS spent several days last week visiting Shirl v Clemons has gone to I few minutes

Our church is a friendly church 9:45: a.m.. Church School H yyyyyyyyyyyyyvYyyyyyyyyyLONG friends in Jacksonville.in Gainesville and relatives St. Petersburg to spend this week I you'll have 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North

and we welcome any who desireto a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; with relatives.Mr. :; saws that cut cleaner, truer,
and Mrs. L. F.
worship with us. 6:30: p.m., Young People's Service BRIDGEBy Supt.just returned home after and Mrs. David Plunkett r faster. Bring your saws intodayyou'll Phone 339-J

League. spent last week with the Vncil like our speedy
two weeks in Fairfield,
WOODLAWN BAPTISTS Mr*. Seeber 'MoodyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI !spending Norman family. service. Sepcials For Thurs., Fri.. Sat., Aug. 13, 14. 15
weekat I
. PLAN REVIVALRevival HOLY COMMUNION1st Tenn. Mrs. Chapman spent a
Assembly Inn, a summer Mrs.: Roy Clemons and childrenare 1 QUANTITY
Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- RESERVEDSTANDARD
J services will begin at mountain resort at Mount Eagle. visiting relatives in Miami. All New Equipment
day 7:30 I Mr. and $rs. Densil Thomasof
the Woodlawn Missionary Bap- 1: a.m.FRIDAY Floral City visited relatives Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley's Linda Nortrfxn spent part of last I CALVIN JOHNS I
tist Church near Lawtey on Monday here Saturday.Mr. daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Rucker week with relatives in Hampton. 465 N. Water St.
Aug. 17. Services each nightat 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. and six weeks old son of California -1 Mrs. Katherine Sponholtz, who I
8 o'clock with preaching by 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. and Mrs. Harold Shivers are spending two months here 303 Cons
Rev. Ed Prevatt of Jacksonville.He and children of Gainesville spent with them and the Ruckers of TOMATOES 2 23

will also preach on the streetat Church of God Sunday with their mother .Mrs. Lake Butler:

Lawtey this Saturday, Nan Moody. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews ,

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning .1 Mrs. Flora Bell Johns Minnie and son, Billy, moved to Starke FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke PARK ,
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11 a.m.. Evening i Johns and Nan Moody spent last last week in one of the W. S.

LAWTEY, FLA. Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service week in Tallahassee attendingthe Johns apartments. .
I Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meev I university cooking school. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringleand T. TISSUE 2 Rolls
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching to work in the school 13C
ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday They plan son, Harry, of Auburndale are flflnspnsflnnflrrflflrflssfltflflssrrsrssREV.
11 m..1t 7:30 .Midweek
a. m
p. lunch cafeteria.The "P.
La tel visiting the S. Crewes and other ,
service Wednesday 7:30. p. m. and children LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Seeber Moodys friends and relatives in the com
A. E. Massey, pastor and P. SLICED
enjoyed a peanut boiling munity.
YPE Servo
Worship 11 aon. ice cream supper last Friday nightat Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Caldwelland Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town
HOPE BAPTIST THERESSA CHURCH ing Saturday p.m. Union City, given by the Na- children were guests of Mr. Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 PINEAPPLE 303 Can

REVIVAL BEGINS AT tional Container Corp. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Saturday 11c
Sunday School 10 a. m.J;' Preaching -
I enroute from ,
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Several of the men from our night. They were I I
Service 11 a. m.; Training the I their residence in DeLand to their .
community are working on
Union 7 p. m.; Evening Service Revival services will begin at I new veterans hospital at Lake : new home in Maryland. Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.:

8 p. m. the Evergreen Baptist Church City. They are: Joe Moody, Mark- I' Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendonand Sunday School 9:43 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M.
"A church earnestly contending near Lawtey this Sunday night at lee Moody, Otis Brown, and Fer- children and William Pendley JIM DANDYGRITS FARRIS7LbJari.09
for the Faith which was once de- Q. o'clock. Rev. Murl Packman will nie Moody. spent Sunday afternoon at Kings- Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M.
S livered'unto the Saints.Jude preach each evening. The publicis Mrs. Ann GIbson and childrenare ley Lake.Late in the afternoon -p

3. A welcome awaits you. cordially Invited.r visiting Mrs. Gibson's nj ther. they enjoyed a picnic dinner. d LARD

Merle Packman, pastor.ATTENTION Mrs. Press Lipscomb, in Lacey -....:
Church ef Spring, Ala. ..
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Corner 10th and McMahoaPreachlnfrr11 Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Cruse and I r ," # :: : : In the absence of the Pastor,
daughter of Leesburg spent last 5LbPk43c
A. M. and 7:3t
week here.with relatives.The '
M. dont miss
p. Johnnie Yarbrough familyof hearing:
Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud Raiford visited the O. B. -
If You Have each Wednesday 7:30 P-M.
Moodys Sunday. Pastor R. H. Malcolm
10'A. M. :
Bible School
Little Sonny Moody spent last GOLDEN
i TDfBERTOSELL week on Brooklyn Lake with the I
PINE'OR CYPRESS St. Edward's Church Chester Moody family. ; ; WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA N1303 Cons
Mrs. Jessie Lazenby, Mrs. __ 23C
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Sunday Mass at a. m.
Large or Small Tracts Weekday Mass 7:30 ajn. Rhoda Dowling, and Donnie. Crewsare t; i: : SS'ho1 ill Speak At All Services Sunday
1 Children's Class Saturday 11 visiting Jon Lazenby in Mis- ; :
We Buy All sissippi. We hear that on the way I
a. m.
there they had an aecident and First Baptist Church Hampton

PAY TOP PRICESWrite Keystone HeightsWomen's'nub Mrs. Dowling's shoulder was hurt. s;>y ,
( ) The community honored Mrs. 5Lbs. 67PIEPIfILLING
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Sunday Mass 8 a. m. W. C.Stalnaker with a stork shower Bob Gray Pastor
Call Confessions before all Masses.' at the home of Mrs. Seeber
or, I ... .. .
Moody Thursday night' of" last I Bible School 10 a.m. B. T. U. 7:00 p.m. ( Vanilla)
SEVENTH DAY week. The honoree received many
B.T.1DMASLUMBER ADVENTIST CHURCH pretty and useful gifts from the Nursery Open {
22 guests. I 2 'kgs13C\
CO. Services each Sabbath in old Jackie and Betty Johns are I Fundamental Pre-millenial Missionary
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab PASTOR R. IL MALCOLM
: spending this week with relatives
PHONE 211-J bath School 2 p.m. Preachingeach In Jacksonville. I
P. 0. Box 735 second and fourth Sabbaths I YELLOW ROSE (With cup or Vase Free)

STARKE,FLA. 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. .. Swift, hushed going power east, Lbs $4.87
Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m.
sure-footed stopping pouxr...effort. FLOUR 15

Everyone welcome. less, sure-control turning power .
I """':':-"if.:; : these
find all high.powered
Jesus Taught "Ye shall know the TRUTH you'll
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:J.: thrills at the wheel of a dashing new

and the TRUTH shall make you FREE." ... Oldsmobile!Come in-drive a glamorous -
II POWER POWER EVERYWHERE Super "83" or Classic Ninety- SUGAR Lbs .
Eight.See how the 165; hp.

FOR TODAY! Engine teams with Hydra-Matic .

SUBJECTS THIS WEEK: Super Drive to level the hills, command 12-oz Jar

Thurs., Aug. 13 "The Sign of God's Right to Rule!" .. the straightaway. How Power

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Fri., Aug. 14 -"Is God Particular?" stop with just a toe-touch.How easilyyou'll :

Is your present life acceptable to him? Your DrivingThrills park, turn and maneuver with
Power to take
Steering over
Sun., Aug. 16- "$100 REWARD for a Bible Text"A brawny U. S. NO. 1 WHITEPOTATOES
80%of the work!No wonder the new
bonafide offer to !
open anyone '
,.. I Oldsmobile to men and women Lbs
Tues.. Aug. 18 "The Terrible Price Of Indecision!" r..' '. 10
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NOTICEThe t. POLITICAL-- Ray Hinkle Rites. Scouts Work Hard !. Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR county. "": : 8/11 4t 9/4 your plaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to the Attorney, >n-:

City Council met August 11, 1953. at 8:00 P.M. at Starke. Florida, Florida In Chancery. NOTICE i'10 APPE.IH Lloyd Bass 302 Clark Building.
to revise the registration book of the City of Starke Florida, and the ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR Ray Hinkle. 36, died suddenly: Benjamin Starling, Jr., Plaintiff, vs. In Circuit Court Bradford ('..oat). Jacksonville, Florida
following names were striken from the"'books for the reason stated. The on August 3 at Lafayette, R. L1!! At New CampContinued Anna Martha Starling, Defendant.Case Florida IB Chancery and file the original in the office ot
Council will be In session on the 18th. day of August 1953, at their MAYORI No. 9979.Notire Erna Creola Miles Plaintiff, vs. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
regular meeting time of 8:00 o'clock P.M. to hear complaints if any, where he was serving as a Chief! ( from page one) To Appear Raymond Miles Jr.. Defendant. before the 14 day of September. l'">..:
and to restore any names that have been erroneously striken. wish to Announce my candi- Petty Officer in the Navy. He ist To: Anna Martha Starling whose Case No. 997Jelioe otherwise the allegation of said
residence and address is: UnknownYou I \ To Appear Complaint will be taken as confessed -
Adklns. A. -z., Dead Good ine, Abe Dead dacy for re-election to the officeof the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs.I some 30 guests, including parentsof are hereby notified. that To: Raymond Miles, Jr., whose by you
Alvarez. Vincent. Removed f Goddin, J. W.. Removed Mayor of the City of Starke, W E. Covington of Lawtey I the Scouts and other friends of suit for 1.1 residence and address is: Harless This notice shall be publiJi<>d
Alvarez S. L.. Removed Goddin, Mrs. John W., Removed I I Divorcehas I Street, Chrlstian burg. VirginiaYou once each week for four consecutive
Austin. E. P., Removed Gilli trd. Willis Dead Florida. If the People honor me Surviving are his wife Delores the Troon! i I been filed against you in the are hereby notified that a weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Aguiar John. Removed Gilliard Mrs. Vera Removed by returning me to this office; I Covington Hinkle, his parents'and !I Though the boys ran short of above named Court and cause and suit for, graph.
Aguiar. Mamie Lou Removed Griffis Mrs. Pauline Joan Removed you are required to serve a copy of Divorce and restoration of Dated this 7 day of August. 19 f 1.
Akrtdge. Mrs. Curtis, Removed Howe J. 1'0.. Dead Hill serve them honestly, efficient- several brothers and sisters. !; drinking water once or twice .your answer or pleading to the com- maiden name (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A DarbyClerk
Anderson, Samuel, Removed Hemingway, Mrs. Sarah. Dead "y and impartially as I have in Funeral services were held at I i there was no scarcity of rainwater I plaint bn the Plaintiffs Attorney has been filed against you in theabove of the Circuit Court.
Alvarez R. L.. Removed Williams & Futch, P. O. Box By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy ClerkS
Haynes. Georgia 1C. Removed the I ernestly solicit named Court and cause and
past your the Jacksonville Naval
Removed Air Station especially Wednesday 421, Florida
Mrs. R. L.. Starke.
Alvarez Howard, Ella Mae. Removed I I you are required to serve a copy of /H 41 94LookatihisdeI
Andrews A. T., Removed Harris, Truman Removed Vote and Support for my re-elec- last Saturday afternoon at 4 .night of last week when a down- and file the original in the office of
Mrs. Mary E.. Removed I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Andrews Hathcock, Hattie G.. Dead tion as Your Mayor,
o'clock. Interment was in River- flooded the
Bridges P. L.. Dead Hickey, Elma Lee. Removed j pour temporarily pup before the 14 day of September 1S53;
Brown MildredE Removed Henley Calvin Removed SincerelyJ. side Memorial Cemetery.KINDERGARTEN" tent area forcing the boys to seek otherwise the allegations of said
Bryant. R.: F.. Removed I Complaint wilt be taken as confessed
Blumer, Geo. C.. Dead Haley. Luke, Lloyd RemovedHufstetler Removed R. WainwrightFOR shelter for the night in the barnof by you
Louis A. Removed NOTICE This notice shall be publishedonce
Brosky Hufstetler Wilma, Removed C. L. Cooper, employee of each week for four consecutive
Pell, J. A., Removed Howard Thomas RemovedHoward Kindergarten registration will
CHIEF OF POLICE weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Burnett Hal J, Removed .
O. Rayonier.I
Bell. Margaret Removed be held August 14, 15 at my home i graph.
Hamilton Ernest. Removed I candidate. for Chief of I Dated this 11 day of AUg'u>t. 1953.
Brown. C. D.. RemovedBrown. am a I Stallings, member of the
Hamilton. Myrtle Removed across from City Hall. Classes I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby i
Videll. Removed Police of Starke. If elect me
Bryant, Mrs. R. F.. Removed Hogan H.Elizabeth G.. Removed Removed 1 i you will start August 31. -Mrs. Clyde |Troop Committee spent every Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Hogan to serve I promise courtesy Bv Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Brown, Odis E., Removed Johns Mrs Melissa V., Removed you. and Priest, Box 694, Starke. Itchg {night at the camp and assisted brand
LTyan. Mary. Removed consideration an impartial on new
Johns, Mrs. Ruby B.,< Removed
Burnett Bunch, James Dorothy B.,,Removed Removed Johns, Mrs. Laura, Removed performance of the duties of the CEMETERY WORKING I Scoutmaster Green in other ways. W. C. T. U.IT .

Baggett W. A.. HemoH.dBass. Jones Mrs. Maggie E., Removed office. It is my hope to expandthe The boys plan another outingat
will be
Dead There a working De- DOES
Removed Johns Bm W.. I at NOT COST THE
Bryant. Willie.Robert Removed Johnson. Carl A., Removed I athletic and recreational pro-'' dan Cemetery on Thursday, Aug. the camp on Aug. 21 when "DRIESONETENTH' AS MUCH

Burroughs D. A.. Removed Removed Jdrdan.Jenkins Willie Evelyn,Mae.Removed Removed I gram for our young people and 20. All interested persons are they will start work 'on an exten- TO FIGHT THE SALOONS AS GOOD'iEtiEiI I

Burroughs Russey. Erline Helen H.. Removed Jarago Marc >, Removed your co-operation is solicited. urged to attend.HOSPITAL sion to the cook shack for USE II COSTS DRINKING HEX TO: i
Jarago Mrs. Hattie Removed I I\
Bussey, Ella H. Removed Herbert Thomas SUPPORT THEM.
Boyles, Joe. Removed Kendrick T. N.. Removed as a dining and assembly room.
Bias Lillie Removed )
Patrol huts will also i
Blount, Joe W.. Removed King. ',Walter Removed FOR CHIEF OF PC.UCKI The following patients were ad- I
hunch Florence L.. Removed King Mrs Gloria B.. Removed TIRES
mitted to Doctor's Clinic \
Krietemeyer Joan Removed Hospital
Broskey. Laura. Removed wish to take this opportunityto
Brown Clarence H.. Removed Krietemeyer Al. Removed during the past week: Harry J. )
Removed Kyle Ethel T., Removed I announce my candidacy for reelection I
Brown, Grace E. Gottberg and'Mrs. Leon Norman
Broskey Henry. Removed Kyle Kenneth R., Removed as Chief of Police of the WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE '

Carpenter, Myrtice (Lewis), Knight Merry E.., Removed City of Starke Fla. Having servedon Starke; Miss Elsie Linzy, Rommy F
Removed I King Truman W._ Removed
Canova, Gladys Removed King. Macon. Removed the Police Force of the City of Linzy, Collie Linzy Raiford; Mrs.

Crews Maud Removed Kite. Eunice Removed Starke for 28 I feel that I
years Norris Wainwright, Penney, n
Cooper Richard, Removed I Lloyd Ethel. Removed ,, tHE
Clark Mrs. LJssie. Removed Lansing Mrs. E. E., Removed am well qualified to perform the Farms; Mrs. A. C. Kirkland, Law-' HERE 1 Here's
Carlisle. Al K., Removed Livings Olen Removed duties of this office. I have strivedat 'he
Caraway Joe. emoved Lunsden, Leona : all times to enforce the laws
Cribbs, Herbert, Removed Lee. C. H.. Removed
Cook. Alva A., Removed Lee. Thelma 1.., Removed I to the best of my ability. Your FOR CITY CLERKI i- RADIO PR\t\ way
Cook Rosa Coo Removed McKelvey, J. A.. Dead vote and will be to'M you
Champion. Don E.. Removed McKelvey, Frank, Removed support appre- wish to take this opportunity pay
Champion. Lorraine. Removed McClellan. T. A., Removed ciated by me and if re-elected, I to announce my candidacy for reelection ; AND
Carter Katherine Removed McDavid, Roy, Removed will strive at all times to fulfill I
to the office of
Cummings A. C.. Removed McNeill. T. H., Removed City Clerk,
Camper. C. C., Removed McCarty Mrs. W. E.. Removed the duties of said office in'a man- Treasurer, Tax Assessor and Tax TELEVISIONSales '

Crowell R. G.. Removed McClane T. K. Jr.. Removed ner above reproach. Collector in the coming election 9S'100WNI
Crow U. Edith Removed McClane Mrs. T. K. Jr., Removed ,
Colaon Clarence W.. Removed McCarty, Walter E.. Removed RespectfullyW. September 8. 1953. Having servedin .." .... $
Caine W. W. Jr., Removed McNeill. Mrs. T. H., Removed this capacity for several .
E. Thornton years
Caiqea Sara O.. Removed McClimons.; Mary A.. Removed
Case C. W.. Removed McCord. W. C. Removed I feel that I am qualified to render y -
Case, Mrs. Amy Removed M -Cord, Vera E., Removed to the Citizens of Starke effi- and Service
Chrisenberry R. 1.,, Removed Melton. Clarence Removed FOR CITY CLERKI .. tax "-
Cbrlr.en berry, Mrs. Winnie J, Murphy Thelma Gene, Removed cient and courteous service. Dur- 66' "' 666
Removed Moseley Beatrice Removed hereby announce my candidacyfor ing the time I have served as City 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida Op g16Yoar $
Davis K. J.. Dead
Manning Grace. RemovedMobley
the office of Cily Clerk Treasurer Clerk I have at all times workedfor tire I.2S
Denmark. Claude. Removed Edgar: D.. Removed old a
Davis, Hester Removed I Milner. G. P., Removed Tax Assessor, and Tax Col- the welfare and advancementof I And week
avU. A. H., Removed M liner, Mary. Removed \
lector of the City of Starke. in all
our City
phases of
Darsey Lois W., Removed lapel Ray W.. Removed _
Duncan T. L., Removed Mapel. Bobbie R.. Removed Florida subject to the. will of the gress. I earnestly solicit your
Duncan Macell G. Removed Nichols Johnnie Removed voters in the City Election 'of active vote and '
support to the
Davis Ronald G., Removed, Newsome Ethel Removed HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT
Davis, Emory A., Removed .Vewsome Ruby Removed September 8. I have been a resident coming election. NOT RECAPS :
Davis Vida L. Removed Newman Arthur, Removed of Starke since 1932 and -Respectfully( Yours, .:
Dye. Clyde S.. Removed Newman Minnie. Removed 301 1-2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301
Drake Mrs. R. R, Removeed Powell. Maria Removed feel that I am well qualified to Carl Johns
Drlggern Mrs. Donnie Removed Peek. Frances Removed administer the duties of this important NOT SECONDS
Dea... Mrs. Margaret, Removed Pendarvis. E. J.. Remored I .
Lean Louis R., Removed Paterson. Mrs. R. G, Removed office. If elected I prom- FOR 'CITY COUNCILI Regular Meals Weekly Specials

EH'+on, Vance. Removed Paterson. R G.. Removed I ise that I will devote, my full time am a candidate for City Coun- Brand New
Fel'f. Mrs. Mary F., Removed Pearce Rev. John Fountain Service
W., Removed to the duties of this office and cilman in the coming election,
Fitch Robert Removed Pearce, Nell "., Removed I
Creel. Mary E., Removed Ray Olive E.. Dead will serve the public courteouslyand Sept. 8. If elected. I promise courteous -

Greene Granam.L.Nathan C.. Removed Removed Ritch.Rowe N.Claude T. Jr..Rl'movedRo'e. Removed- efficiently to the best of my cooperative, sane, and sincere SPECIALSUNDAY GOODYEARfamous

Greene. Gloria Removed Lassie Removed abilities. Your vote and supportwill service. Your vote and sup-

Green Carolyn. Removed Ray. Richard, Removed be greatly appreciated. port will be appreciated. Respect- DINNERS ; I
GHsjon. Hennon. Removed Reynolds, Sarah, Removed II
Urady Thomas F.. Removed Reynolds E. D., Removed -Sincerely r fully, i.-
Griffin. Woodrow. Removed I Roberts, W. E.. Removed Monk Dinkins -S. E. Sparks I
L. F ( )
Gordon. Olga. Removed Ritch, Lorene, Removed famous MARATHON' .
Grime P.ostetta. Removed Roberts Vance W.. Removed i THOMAS
Gordon, A.J. Removed Alma. Removed Stump Marjorie (Thompson) Truby, J. J.. Dead
Gordon, Mrs. A. J.. Removed Russell, W. D.. Removed Removed Thomas Victor C. Removed These rugged Goodyears
Gunter E. E.. Removed Robinson. Evelyn Removed Smith, Victor W., Removed Thornton. M. R., Removed
Gunter Mrs. E. E., Removed Ray Selma L.. Removed Smith Merry Beth. Removed Uglow. John Dead GARAGE & SERVICE STATION are built to give you long
Green. E. E. Removed $Slstrunk G. M.. Dead Sauve Raymond J.. Removed Vining, M. C., Removed dependable service at low
Green Miss Thelma. Removed Scott F. A Dead Stewart John H.. Removed Walnwright, Blanche, Removed I
Grady Samuel J. T.. Removed Stump, Evelyn.? Removed Stewart. Mrs. John H.. Removed Weldon S. A., Dead cost. Don't ride another
Selph. D. R., Removed Williams Mary, Removed OPEN 24 HOURS risky mile on smooth worn
Wood Glenn E., Removed
Selph. D Mabel, Removed Wood, Martha Removed tires mqke a deal for

Ct4l"l.11 r:; IJI}I f'iID .\1ft).4.1h1..:(11)1X"' 'Shields Shields,, Mrs.Paul,Paul.Removed Removed 1 Wilkie.Wright, Mrs.Harvey Ruth, Removed Removed EXPERT REPAIRS Goodyears NOWI .

Sullivan, Harold n.. Removed, ,Ward. Roy M.. Removed WRECKER SERVICEPHONE
I'Surrency Elsie Removed Wimberly. Fannie Winifred.
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'i Currency, Woodrow Removed Removed Service Center Station
FOR RENT4Jnfurnshed! "house. Inquire FOR RENT-Furnished cottage redecorated -\Stubbing Dr. R. P.. Removed Wainwright, Louise S., Removed
at Bus Station. tf inside modern con- Stubbing, Mrs. Alice, RemovedSwindall. Walker, James N.< Removed 211-J STARKE FLA. .
venviences. 1 block from school Homer. Removed Walker. Mildred E.. Removed SEEBER D. GOODMAN
LET J. D. ODOM. JR. Adults. 615 :McMahone Phone Swindall. Bette, Removed Welsh, Jos. W.. Removed
HANDLE YOUR l 3-W. Mrs. A. F. Sauls. .tfchK I Sauve, Geraldine, Removed Wel h, Mrs. Norma M.. Removed U. S. 301 at South 'City- Limits
Live Oak Each \\'e4.ea4. owN lOUt OW:> TORl:. 1.-
GaUr.vllle Fact Friday Become one of the more than 2,700 1
financially independent owners of
RADIOS REPAIREDAll profitable: tern Auto Associate
Make All ModelsBeas Stores retailing famous national *

.nsble charge. C. SHEPHERD- tcaaraaterJCHAS. ly-advertised, bicycles brands radios of auto and supplies T". Summer Clearance BACK SPECIALSLADIES

.'7U WANTED W. Call-Graduate St. Slarke nurse Pa. 238 01 Good etl'spurting.!locations' goods available, home appliances In Florida, TO SCHOOL

and South Carolina. No
Georgia "
licensed practical for general

101 duty.W Doctor's Call St., Clinic Starke. Fla.Hospital. tf, experience in merchandising successful needed., tested methods.We and train proven Mini you :

FOR SALE .." x 8" x 16" Concrete mum cash investment of {10,000needed. I Reg.Sl.00Va1.MIDRIFFS.
Block lie each. Plenty of .
Mortar Mix and Cement. Brad- Write us for complete information
ford Engineering Company. Phone today. c CHI LOR EN'S'I
14 'f \\ ":!i'flmt'TO SIPPI.V CO. I
Wholesale UitUUn 39
FOR SALE-10 acres of land an.11 KM K. rtrd Street '
house (unfinished) between Starke 1 Ja..L_ntlllr, FloridaPbuar I
and Lawtey. Price $1.600. WriteR 3-MIU
M. Anderson Sta. A. Daytona 4tchg 8/21 DRESSES
Beach Fla., or call phone No. i
3-1278. Holly HilL Fla. 4tp 8/14 FOn RENT OR SALE-Two story
frame house; 10 rooms 2 baths, 1
FOR SALE-Cedar Chests, size 34 block from town. Located on E.
in. long, $27.50 each. One 40-ln. Madison St., Starke, Fla. Reason-
long cedar chest $35. I remodel all able terms. A bargain for cash. LADIES & CHILDREN'S Reg. 1.99 valueSHOES
kinds of old furniture. Otis Write or phone Fred Guy 929 E.
Adams, Sr, lit 1, Colley Road, University Ave., phone J701, '
Starke. Fla. 2tn 7'V Gainesville Fla. 4tchg 8/21 BOY 8 Reg.l.WVal.CHILDREN'S .

FOR RENT-CABIN'S. 2 rooms and FOR RENT-10 acres land with 5-I
bath furnished and unfurnished room house on Hiuay 301 across
Gas electric, and hot water heater from Morgan's: Barber Shop. FOR I 89c
Pinehurht Court on Keystone SALE-Pure Angus bull & some 1.39
Highway Starke. 4tchg 8/14 young Angus bulls (spring calvesC ). SHIRTS I
Letsch Rt. 2, Box 51, Starke.
FOR SALE 200.000 Missionary Fla. ifchs
strawberry plants on new ground;
also some Fla. 90's. Sell by bed FOR RENT-3-room apartment, private -;
Rodman Underhill tn ml. out on entrance.-L. D. Green on
Raiford Rd.* 4tp 8/!1. Raiford Uoad. Phone :'6W:.
Stchg-814 I 3.99-4.99:.
Reg. Values
FOR SALE-50-acre ranch; one 4- LADIES Size J-6
room house also 3-room house FOR RE.NT-one 4rm. apt. One .
and 5-exteuslon 2 rooms for living quarters; lot> Elec. equipped. Shady lawn. 1 ml. "
of odd buildings; 130 pecan trees, from bridge. Pvssent Rd. For C
50 acres Improved pasture (U SALE-JS a., SO in pecans. IS-rm.:
acres In Pangola. rest In Pensacola house with apts. 4-rm. cottage in ,
Bahia, carpet grass & clover); 3 yard. Rented. Shady lawn, large DRESSES 2.99 39
electric wells with automatic modern barn. Building lots on Dungarees
water supply for cows. Some fruit Blanding rd. & others. Mile
trees. 3 mi. north of Starke, 1 mi Call St. bridge Besyent rd. fl'Om\\
west of Hlway 301.-C. Letsch L. M. Wynn Rt. 1, Box !- .
Rt. 2. Pox 51. Starke. Fla. tfchg Starke. tfchgEARTHWORM

FOR S.\LE-8.S acres farm land on / FOR SALE-A. EI'
graded road behind Joe's Grill Surrency Thompson St. between
north of Starke. Will sell cheap Washington & 10th. Also at West I I CHILDREN'S
Write E. C. Taylor. Rt. 3, Box 5<7. End Grocery. 10tp-9/lll I
Gainesville. Fla. 2tp-8/2 CHILDREN'SCHILDREN'S Size 4-10112
FOR SALE-20-acre farm Hi OIl NE I c C
'TEn--Omeont- tIIta) with of Lawtey. Bearing pecan trees.
two small children while 'mother -Ed May, Gen. DeL Lawtey. 69
works. Write Box 823-M. Stark ltp-8/21 I Suits 'c ,

,_' UP .I UKLIABLE MAX-With car wanted, Wash 19 I
FOR REXT-Furnl..ht-d house, gu: part or full time, to call on farmers -
range elec. refrigerator & tile! I I in I.vadford County. Wonderful A N K E 1 S
bath. Inquire Martin's Fruit Shop.lllway opportunity. $10 to $29 in' a
301 at N. city. limits. lip day.quired.No Permanent.experience or Write captial today.re-,

FOR SLE OR RRXT-Two house McXESS COMPANY Dept. A.Freeport. ''
on Kingsley Lake, furnished or 111. !tp-6,.21
unfurL"d, Available Sept.! 1.
-4A.. Fntfh. It FOR REXT-4-room house furn-i C
lthed.-301 S. Water St. lip (Double Crotch
NOTICE am the pew Stanley I TRAINING ) -
dealer. Anyone in ,n..df our FOR SALE Newly painted child's 15
products or wishing tn give a nlc'cle.DaLong., 200 W'' C

Stanley Party contact Mr*. Alma __Washington______St._. _Ph._ _269._ __Itp_I SUN
Johnson. Rt. 1, Box U, Starke. sun
!tn-I! J! FOR RENT-2 bedroom apt. at 32'
X. Walnut. Attractively furnished PANT '
FOR SALE-Breakfast table & all modern conveniences. Phone ,
97 or see Mrs J. W. Kincaid 409
4 chairs; 1 high chair; dressing I!: Walnut St. Itchg I

table; lawn mowr.-201 Church
FOR SALE-Missionary strawberry
,St. or phone 261\V. ltchg _
plants on new ground, by bed or
tlousand-Pete 't rlftis, Rt, 1, fl
FOR RE.HouSt on Kingsley Box 84. Griff Loop Starke. I

Lake, 4 rooms &: bath. Also tp918WAITRESS !

cottages for sale.-H. E. Plotts. WANTED-Apply J 4J mm DOLLAR BOTTOM DOLLAR \
Restaurant (formerly Joe's Grill)
Rt. I, Starke. ltp
HI\\ay 301, 3 mi. north of ,Starke Up !

FOR RENT-Apartment at 403 S.
Thompson. No children FOR REXT! bedroom furnished I
house? ("(>Washington & water 147 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. 147 W Call St. STARKE, FLA
in,-Mrs. J. Tiornquest. Sts.-Gladys Harrington. lip

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