Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:03234
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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--, : Y* Ten CandidatesSeek Pineapple 4 Grows In Bradford Sheriff Replies

City Posts I ', .:

lo Governor

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une lasi-minuie quaimcation I said. He pointed out that he had

brought the total to ten candidates j Ii I maintained his legal (voting) residence -

vying for office in the forthcoming I here at all times.
Bradford County Sheriff P. D. other Florida sheriffs in whose
city election of September 8. Incumbent Mayor J. R. Wain- :
Reddish wired Governor Dan Mc- counties wagering stamps had
The late entrant was N. D. 'wright passed the deadline without -
-, y -( Carty Wednesday afternoon that been purchased as follows:
: : Wainwright, Jr., former Starke I drawing opposition, making "Bradford County has been free

m-yor, councilman and state legIslator I him! the only unoppoced:: candidateon "Please furnish me with reportof
record of ten years operation without -an industrial injury was of gambling and all organized
who qualified as a candidate I the ticket. what action has been taken by
celebrated last members of the of crime. I pledge every effort to
Survey Department
Saturday by for City Clerk, making it a Tho race for Chief of Police re ,; it free." your office in connection with the
Hercules Powder Co. It was the first ten-year safety record to be three cornered race between him, m3.ined'a duet with incumbentW. keep enforcement of the law concerningthe
TLe Sheriffs wire was in replyto
established in the company. The .18 men in the departmentwere incumbent Carl Johns, and L. F. E. Thornton opposed by Herbert the Governor's request that he holding owning or possessionof

presented ,handsome leather bill folds and Awards of Merit by (Monk) Dinkins. Thomas.: a federal wagering occupational
and the sheriffs of eight other
the company. They were also honor guests at a company barbecue Regarding his surprise entry No new candidates qualified before Florida counties give a report of tax stamp. If no action has been

held at Strickland's Landing last. Saturday. Wainwright said that Starke was the deadline for city council, what action they had taken in taken under new law, please furn-

Pictured:abuve are men of the department with company, officials "still home" tohim although head making it a foursome s&king the connection with the new Florida ish explanation. I expect you to
been away temporarily due to two seats that will vacated in enforce the provisions of this law
who attended this even Top row (1 to r) D. L. Thome, George Bos- law making the purchase of a
employment in another:: part of the ,September. They are: incumbentW. to the fullest extenL"Dan
serdet,, manager of the Brunswick, Ga. plant John Rickard W. J. Federal wagering occupational tax
State. 1 '
want to return to .
: Starke T. Jackson, George Kopelcusos, McCarty, Governor
Studstill, B.: E. Wooten J. P. Tomlinson. Jim Drew, Homer stamp prima facie evidence of
Slaughter, and that is why I am seeking the W. H. Noegel, Jr.. and S. E, .
J. A. Lee, J,'M. Vickers, M. M. Smith, E. C. Mann woods department office of city clerk," the candidate I Sparks. gambling.The Sheriff Reddish stated that he

safety supervisor and Mike Sheppard. Lower row: N. B. Rosier, -Polaroid 1-Mlnute Photos by the Telegraph full text of Sheriff Reddish's had not been asked to go to Tallahassee -

Gene Kelly Augustus Wilcox, Paul Faulkner Arthur Hewett. and B. telegram is as follows: for a conference with the
According to some of our more enthusiastic boosters, Bradford Governor Thursday morning as
E. Gooch, woods superintendent. New Order Issued In CaseCircuit Starke, Florida
Dowling County soil ""'UI grow'an'thing" and the above photograph seemst Aug. 19, 1953 was erroneously stated in one

bear them out. At any rate bearing pineapple bushes aren't exactly Governor Dan McCarty newspaper report. Apparently.

common here and some observers believe this is the first fruit only the sheriff of Duval County,
: Judge John A. H. Mur- ceiving medical treatment for a Tallahassee Fla.
Set For
!oshllasterEaffl Saturday phree issued an order on August condition described as spinal ar of this* variety to reach maturity in this county. Mrs. Annie Moorman Bradford County has been free where 43 wagering stamps have
been invited.
6 i recommitting W. E. (Billy) thritis.. The order stated that (above) is the proud grower. She cut the tops out of several pineapples of gambling and all organized purchased, was so

"The second open competitive i applicants who are .disabled vet Dowling one time Starke auto, upon release from the hospital and rooted them, covering the plants last winter with pine, crime. I pledge every effort keep The State's Attorney in Duval

examination for the selection of a I eransor who have been awardedthe dealer, to the Bradford County Dowling would be required to straw to protect them from the cold. The result? Well, that's a, ,it free. Advised gambling stamp County told th Governor Wednes-

postmaster'for:""Starke; will be held Purple Heart jail to complete serving a six serve the remaining portion of his mighty nice pineapple you see above and Mrs. Moorman intends to, just issued local resident and I day that he could not proceed

Saturday morning starting at The names of eligibles granted months term for contempt of court. ,sentence-about three months. continue trying her luck with theiii.ValuedAt$1,500 redoubling efforts secure proof of with the prosecution of wagering
In a letter to Sheriff P. D. Red- On July 25 Dowling was in- actual gambling as reports -
8:30 a.m. in room 331 of the 10-point preference are placed I newspaper stamp holders until he could securea

federal building (post office) ahead of all, others on the registerof dish, Judge Murphree said "Pleasesee volved in an automobile accidentin attorney general desires certified copy of stamps issued

Gainesville The,examination'will eligibles for the position. The that "the order is executed Jacksonville where he had been select and direct his test case under by the Internal Revenue Bureau.He .

consume about 6 1-2 hours. names of eligibles granted 5-point promptly. employed with a used car operation presumptive statute. Will said he was told by the IRB
Sheriff Reddish said yesterday for some time. It was subsequently gladly make case presumptive statute -
On the basis of application preference are placed the
upon that no copies of the stamps are
forms requested It,is expected that register in the order of standing that so far efforts to locate learned that his sentencehad Antiques Silver Stolen From AutoA here your advice appreciated. kept and that the Jacksonville

more than 15, candidates will take determined by their augmented Dowling have been fruitless. He been commuted by the State Will wholeheartedly follow your bureau has written Washingtonand

the exam. Sixteen took the one ratings, along with the names of exhibited telegrams sent by him Board of Pardons on June 10, although directions. Florida fortunate to Atlanta asking what kind of

given here last January, resultsof non-preference eligibles. How to sheriffs in Clay County, Duval no notification had been Rochester, N. Y. woman, Mrs. sand-eye antique glass; a completeset ,. have such a Governor. certification the Jacksonville collector

which were subsequently discarded ever in the event of tied ratings. .County, and Durham County, N. C. i. given to Judge Murphree who as- E.! L. Hay; who gave her addressas of 12 servings of Holmes & P. D. Reddish SheriffOn might be. authorized to

'by the new administration the names of veteran eligibles are asking them to pick up Dowling sumed that Dowling was still in 44 Monroe Parkway, reportedthe Edwards silver; items of wearing August 18 the Governor make. So far this informationhas

entered ahead of if found and notify his office. The the hospital receiving treatmentfor theft of articles valued at suit
In Washington. nonveterans.The apparel; one case, light tan I wired Sheriff Reddish and eight not been received.
The latest crop is heavily weIghted names of the highest three auto dealer has a residenceIn arthritis. $1,500 from her car while it was with brown trimming; a box .ol r

with veterans who are given eligibles are certified to the Post Clay County has been recently The'contempt of court sentence parked Monday night at a local costume jewelry, the most valuable .

preference In the ratings, andL Office Department and anyone ,employed in Duval County and was invoked when Dowling violated motor court. piece of which was a pin-on

there will also be several Republican of these three may be selected by was released from jail here for the a court order enjoining him Deputy Sheriff Cecil Sewell green enameled Elgin watch. Engineer Meets Council For ConfabAt

applications.this time, In the appointing officer. purpose of undergoing an operation from cashing for his own use a who investigated the theft said Mrs. Hay said .he thought sh

contrast to last January I'when all : According, to civil service in- : at Duke Hospital in North Federal income tax refund checki that the car a Nash Rambler heard a noise during the night
Carolina. a meeting Tuesday night j which time bids on the work will
16 Democrats formation has the amount of $4,234.23. The station had been left and looked
were If a yeteran the wagon unlocked out the window of hel
be asked
the Starke Council prepared for. Angus is also to
City .
Under the Veterans..Preference his Upon the recommendation of court had previously decreed that overnight.
top room. She thinks she
J sco f WJ jth", preference may have the,official ballot for the make a of the streets to
coning survey
L JUt :ef 4J4f.fiv: points w addedto points;!'bV'eannot be, passed over two local physicians, Judge Mu : the refund should', be applied <$ohelp'iatlfy ,;: ,Listed by the woman as stolen startled the person or person city election and restored the be paved and draw plans for
\ the earned rating of applicants for the appointment of a non- phree granted an order of temporary an#$18.3! .(0 judg, 'wereT 'collectors' items of thou- robbing her car, for left in the caiMore ]
to the list that The council
,", names of five persons project. plansof
i c 1 whohav, -served ,la the ,U.. S. veteran, who has a, lower: score release to Dowling on mentkgaInstDo'lingLn'favor Of- .
\ L air April 22 for the purpose..of'Tornadoes re .Florida Ba k a\, t ; .. -. qualified voters. These names to spend $40,000 on sewer exten$80,000. -
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forces the is
armed during,any Tf'n even, non-veteran a mem- thg 1 Walter ChasVRcks : *- had t Vi ousiyw-pblIsbedi ,1 n.-nd., '.on lrett at t& A-
L \I r Pmt*'are added to the rating of ber,of the top three. removed" .and,are; Jfes t ? projects.

Getting Late Start But Held In Connection R. Cf. Paterson, Mrs. R. G. Pater- American Legion representatives -
I A Enrollment' New Band Director To NassauTwo
:.Cl. : With $1,900 TheftA son Gloria B. King John W. appeared before the council

- 1 Is Pleased With Will Pearce and Neil W. Pearce., and requested permission to use
Be For St. Leo 25It
1MayReacfl9S Ready Sept. former resident of Bradford more Bradford County Bids for a garbage truck and the vacant lot across the street

Summer Sessions .7 County, Walter Charles Ricks, 42, prisoners were sent to Nassau', a body for the truck were examined from the county jail for the

I Agriculture teacher' V, R. Feru3on. will be grunts and groans: I Backs Wayne Douglas, De- was arrested Tuesday in Green County prison camp to work out Andrews Motor Co. was the low Legion fair. Permission was

I of Bradford High School, Band Director G. A. Rime; t, of bruises and "charley horses", and 'Wayne Elder, Sidney Jackson, I Cove. Springs on a charge of their sentences this week. Brad- bidder on the truck with a figure granted, and the Legion was cautioned -
the .
,flia/i announced that increased en- Starke schools, announced a make-with-the-liniment, as the :Mike Clark, Ronald Patray. Stanley breaking and entering the Western ford County Sheriff P. D. Reddish of $2,053.63, and the Decatur to observe certain sanitary
good response to the summer Bradford Tornadoes begin football I Clark Reddish and I
Jimmy said
that the two prisoners. WillieG.
Co. Decatur
roflment of agriculture students Auto Store tnere. Truck and Equipment measures.
has made necessary the additionof practice session. There were 69 practice Coach- next Monday. Aug. 24. :Lavon Lewis (a transfer); Ends I Slater Robinson, Green Cove ,Harris and Jim Ricks, both Ga. was the successful bidAlgo appearing before the coun-
students registered for the ses- J. C. Hobbs has announced ,
another ag teacher to the Paul Rivers C. W. Slade, Ver- !I Springs police chief, reported the serving 30-day sentences for der on the body with a figure of cil was V. R. Ferguson, who
ion, which was held July 1-23. two sessions
practice at 9
Bradford High faculty. The new :non Teston and Arnold Smith; arrest and said Ricks had been voluntary intoxication, were pickedup 3570. The. truck is to be de- wanted the city's approval on the

Instructor Is Paul Hutchins, who Rimert said that altogether he a.m. and 3 p.m. Tackles Ned Pringle and Zack working there for a contractor. by the Nassau County warden livered from Atlanta, resulting in use of the canning factory, located
had 503 pupils periods.In Starting a week later than usual,
recently finished up his degree ; Guards Gary Garner. Bradford County Sheriffs of- Tuesday morning. a saving of a few dollars on the at Bradford High School for an
discussing future for Coach Hobbs plans to give the
work at the University of Florida, Other candidates for the. team fice said that Ricks has not livedin Under a recent agreement work- bid price, qty Clerk Carl Johns agriculture building. The coun
the band Rimert said he wantedto players the equivalent of six ,
are: 'Backs Tom Moore Pat
after serving In the Marine Corps. Bradford County for several ed out by Reddish with Nassau said. cil's approval was granted on this

This year's agriculture enrollment start a'series of Sunday after weeks practice in the. remaining .Bowers, Mim Skoofalos, Billy years and it is believed he was County officials Bradford County -I Robert Angus, Jacksonville enmatter.. .
noon band concerts, beginning weeks until the first whichis '
is expected to be around 95: game : Moore, Sidney Strickland. Bobby living with a relative in Green prisoners are transported to gineer, went over sewer extend At the request of Ann Humes.

as compared with 69 for last year, Sunday Sept. 20. The concertsar with SL Leo, Sept. 25. Ferguson and Ronald Brown; Cove. Nassau County at no cost to Brad- sion and street paving plans with colored school supervisor, the
to be held in the city park. This week Hobbs and his assis- Ends Pete Skoofalos, Town-
Speaking of projects for the Listed as stolen from the ford County to work out their the council. The council laid out council, agreed to look around and
tants, Harold Hazelwood and Jim
coming Ferguson said, the Other plans for the band in send Strickiand. and Marion Harrington Western Auto Store in Green Cove sentences. Bradford County receives the streets the sewer line is to be see if the city has anything it
year Hurst, have been checking equip-
agricultural students hoped to set elude participation in the Gator ; Tackles Jimmy Wel- were $1,977.71 in cash and checks payment of $1 per prisonerper extended on, and Angus is to have can offer in the way of a park
ment and getting it ready for the ,
Growl in don. Charles Kelley and Richard and in merchandise. Part I 1 at site for colored children.
out 40 more acres of pine trees. Gainesville Oct. 23, and initial practice session. Shoes are $1,000 month from Nassau County.In plans drawn up by Sept. ,
competing in the Fifth District Henderson;( Guards Leroy Glis- of the merchandise was found in addition, there is
Last a saving to
they planted acres.They
year 10 being issued to the boys this week,
I son. Lamar Shaw Kenneth Elder
contest in the Ricks' at the time of the ar
The band
spring. car Bradford the
have 80 County on prisoners' Brooker And
hope to eventually Lawtey
30 they can start getting their
e'en and Eugene Tanner; Centers Lions
has also 1> invited to board Keystone
tract appearat which amounts to $1.25
acres of their 270-acre. plant
legs in condition.
Robert Manning. Harold Beasleyand Set
the Fla-Stetson and will Registration
ed in pines.Ferguson1. game Asked about prospects for the ; Archie Carmichael.was rest.Absente'e per prisoner daily.
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appear at all the Bradford High Beat Rotary -
also mentioned the football games at home and coming season Hobbs declined to a portable typewriter and Voting Reddish said that thus far the For First Graders

fact that 'the F. F. A. cattle herd away. comment. "It's like playing other items of clothing.The plan is working out fine and there

had shown no increase. because With the opening of school poker," he said "We know whatwe've Marion Now In ProgressCity have been In what proved to be a battle Registration of First Grade stn'
County Sheriff's office no complaints on the
all the cows recently dropped bulls. Rim rtill have his 55-piece got in our hand, but wedon't royal between two civic clubs, the dents will be held all day Wednesday -

He said that the chapter is 'still marching band out getting in know what's in the other reported the theft of goods Clerk Carl Johns announced prisoners sent to Nassau County. Keystone Heights Lions Club August 26, at the Lawtey

offering free to farmers the serv- shape for the opening football hands." from two cars parked at Ocaiamotels that absentee ballots for came from behind to score six runs Junior High School Birth certi-

ices of a white-face bull, Ferguson game, Sept. 25. The concert band Some 35 candidates, including : last night The Sheriffs office the yesterday forthcoming city elections are Paul Green Dies in the last inning and top the Rotary ficates must be presented and the

said this bull has producedsome consists of 57 pieces and alto- 14 lettermen, are expected to an- : here thinks there may be : now available at his office in the Of Auto Injuries Club 12-11 in a softball game child must be six years old before

beautiful calves and he gether Rimert expects to have swer the call for the opening practice :some connection between the '. Absentee voting will be played at the Keystone city park Jan. 1 in order to enter school
city hall.
would like to see more fanners 110 pupils participating in band sessions. Th lettermen are: I Ocala thefts and the one here., .1' allowed up to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Near New SmyrnaFuneral Wednesday of last week. this fall.

use him.Drivers. work this year; He plans to I Sept 3, Johns said. The Lions Club was the pre-
organize a pre-band group made services for Paul E. game favorite but the Rotary -

LicensesGo up of 30 to 40 3rd and 4th graders. City's Smoke Tax Take Totals $31,366Cigarette th The:regular ballots city may election be used for and both the Green Sr. of 18 Palm Ave.. Titus- made the Lions stand up and roar First Grade registration at

before the decid-
game was finally Brooker Junior School will
special election that will be heldon yUle who lost his life Saturday, High
On Sale Sept. 1 ed. At the end of the third inningthe
Fishing Licenses be held
the proposal for extending the Aug. 8. in an automobile accidentnear Tuesday, Aug. 25, at 10
tax money refunded with $2.238.66.? Lions led 3-0. In the top 'of a.m. All children are requested to
Bradford County Judge. T. A. Have Brisk city limits. New Smyrna Beach was held I
Sale to the city of Starke for the monthof I Cigarette tax money distributedfor the fourth, Rotarians bunched six I bring their blrta certificates.
Yawn has announced that 1953-54 i at 1 p.m. Sunday in the memorial hits, including a bases loaded home
June amounted to $2,845.77.For the months of May and June in
drivers' licenses will go on sale at Fishing license sales in Brad-i he month of May, Starke received other towns and cities of this area Trooper Fillingim 'chapel of Seashole Funeral Parlors run by Dick Hutchinson, to take

his office in the county courthouse ford County for the months of i $2,576.57 in cigarette tax are as follows (The first figure at Sanderson. the lead by a score Of 10-3 ,In the .District Governor

on Sept. 1.Licenses. "* June and July totaled $1,495.50.1 To Be Moved bottom of the fourth the Uons
money Is for May, the second for June): The Rev. J. O. Raulerson, pastorof
will cost the, same as That's the amount turned over to! A check back over the records Brooker, $261.14 and $216.22; Westbrook Missionary Baptist managed to get three more runs 'Visits Rotary

last year, $1 for operators anfl the State Game and Fresh Water! reveals that during the year endIng Hampton. J25.74 and $37.44; Key- A new Florida highway trooper 'Church officiated. Interment was on singles by Homer Casey, Amos j

$2 for chauffeurs.. Fish Commission by County JudgeT : June 30. a total of 31366.35 stone Heights, $503.57 and $792- will be stationed in Bradford.In South Prong Cemetery. Crowley and a triple by Tony

The deadline for" renewing your A. Yawn, 'who handles the: in cigarette tax money was re- 14; Lake Butler, 5642.05 and County, effective Sept. 1. Mr. Green was a native of Baker.In .

present driver's license: is Sept license'sales. I ceived by the city of Starke. December $655.72; Lawtey. $305.60 and $300.- In a transfer of patrolmen this Sanderson and moved to TltusvDle the top of the fifth. Rotary

30, and after that date you will The total Included the sale of I was the high month with 17; Penney Farms $107.64 and week, the Cabinet Board: of Public from Jacksonville a year ago. He added another run with singles by

either have to pay a $1 delinquentfee 699 resident permits to Bradford I $3,078.83 in smoke taxes received. J72.54; Waldo, $ 09.86 and $318.- Safety approved the transfer of was a building contractor, and at I Hardenbergh and Walker, making rfr.I,

or take a new driver's exami- County citizens at $2 each. Thirty and February was the low month 76. 'one time resided near Hampton. the score 116. In the bottom of ''t ,;.
the trans-
I four troopers, including P
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nation. Any driver with a license non-resident "trip permits". at fer of Q. A. Fillingim from Brad- Surviving are his wife, Mrs. the fifth the. Lions had their work ; 7

that is delinquent for more than $3.25,each, and good for 14 days i i Hit-Run Driver' ford to Putnam County and the'Lois Green; a daughter, Mrs. Irene ., cut out for them and they went ; i

11 months will have to take an were sold. There were none of Jack McKelvey, Jr. transfer of Carious Musgrove Fuhrman of ,Arizona; two sons right after iL Bunching five hits _

examination.Yawn the $10.50, or.erjear, non-resident Caught By PoliceA from Dixie to Bradford County. William J. Green U. S. Navy, into this inning including a home ._ _
around sold.Records Killed In CrashJack .stationed in Donidaught., the Lions
estimates that permits FiUingim has been stationed, California; Paul E. run by .

6.000 drivers licenses ,will be for last year's sales I diligent check of "every carn here ,since July. 1950. It is t 'Green, Jr., Titusville; six sisters scored six runs and came out on '

sold in Bradford County this year. Jr., son of Mr. : el'Mrs. E. S. Richardson. Sanderson; top 12-11 as the game ended.
were not a available. Money derived McKelvey Reno" finally ended in success policy of the Highway Department
and Mrs. Jack McKelvey of Quincyand Mrs. P. T. Hoffman--Glen SL The game was witnessed by approximately
to rotate at
from fishing license sales, late Sunday afternoon for PoIke troopers periodical -
City -
Mc Mary; Mrs. Pearle Davis, Mac- 200 people who cheered -
Post Nine Team less the seller's commission, grandson of lis- James intervals.
Kelvey of Starke. was killed In a Officers Morgan; and Sweat: clenny; :Mrs. D. M. Stafford Mrs. and yelled for their favorites to
the State Game and Fresh:
At Supper'Members when Effie and Mrs. Gressie do their best. The only reward
Guests Water Fish Commission.I I plane crash in Louisiana Tuesday they arrested Buddy Green, E. U. Charbonrieau Stafford
morning while dusting cotton. It negro who had hit-and-run a pick- Wiggins Jacksonville; four brothers received by either sid was a bunchof

,of the Post 56 Junior is reported that the plane hit a R. G.. J. M., and A. E. Green sore muscles for the next few
up truck belonging to Mr. Parrishof Word has been received here of
honor; Farming VeteransTo
Baseball team were guests high line. Sr., Jacksonville, and William days.
power Brooker. the death of E&ward U. Charbon-
at a sumptious supper served out- Meet 29A Green of Macclenny; three grand-
August held
Funeral services were
neau last Friday in Worchester
doors Tuesday night at the Herb The truck was parked on E. children and a number, of nieces
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock in Patten AssistingIn
Mass where he and his wife were ,
Thomas restaurant. of Madison St. when hit by Green'screan and nephews.
special meeting Farming the Morman Church at Tallahas visiting relatives.Th .
Frank E. Snell Jr.
Legion Post 56 was thihost on Veterans has been called, for 8 colored Mercury. The ne- Charbonneaus owned homeon .
this occasion and the fried bountiful fish .p.m.. Aug. 29, in the Bradford see.Wins gro failed to stop>>, but a description Monroe St. in Starke for six DONNA MARIE BRYANMr. Circuit Judge G. L. Patten will Frank E. Snell Jr. of Jacksonville -
chicken pilau. ,
spread of ribs and -trimmings- High agriculture building. Rod And Reel of the car was given to the or seven years and were membersof and Mrs. Ralph Bryan of be out of his office here on Monday district governor of Rotary

barbecued Kopelou- Everyone who has been or Is ..officers and they began a thorough St. Edward's Catholic Church :Daytona Beach announce the arrival Wednesday and Friday of International, paid his official

was prepared Thomas by George now a member is invited to attend Jimmy Cannon, local barber, search of Reno, finally spotting the before moving to St. Petersburg.Mr. of a daughter Donna Marie, this week and next. On these visit to the Starke dub Wednesday.

sos and Herb the meeting, at which plans won the rod and reel that was :car parked in a yartL Charbonneau suffered with ,on July 25. in Halifax Hospital. three day? he will be holding Following his speech at the luncheon -

Besides members of the team. for a big special event to be held Green confessed and was released Parkinson disease, but was taken Donna Marie is the granddaughterof court In Gainesville during the meeting he held a conference

guests included parents and dates, in the near future will be' dis siren away" by Koth'sTDrig- Store. under $50 bond, which was later suddenly by cerebral hemorrhage I Mr and Mrs. Palmer Williams absenoe of Judge John A. H. with club officers to discuss Rotary

officials and, coaches. cus' Tuesday forfeited. and coronary thrombosis of Starke. 4 Murphree. who is on vacation. projects for the current years


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. of last week honoring their water of Charleston, W. Va., arrived August :31. 1953. In the above named Sole owner R. A. Shutt. Hoover 'Ing. Jacksonville, Florida.
: BRADFORD E. L MATTHEWS, daughter, Elouise, who was cele- Monday afternoon from Jack- Court and cause wherein plaintiff I Apts. Starke, Fla. Attys. for PIt. 7/31 U 1,81
seeks divorce. Bradford County Tel- Dated this 27th day of July
brating her 14th birthday anniver- sonville. He is conducting the egraph shall publish this Order in A.D. 1953. Starke, Bradford County. la Circuit Court-, Bradford Coaaty
.COUNTY EDITOR sary. Refreshments of cake and revival meeting at Pine Level next four weekly issues. Fla. 7/Ji 4t 8/21 Florida* I. Caaacerr

' VIEWPOINT. PUBLISHER soft drinks were served to the.Church this week. Everyone wel- seal Witness at Starke.my hand Florida.and this official July la Circuit Court Bradford C..t,.. !Thelma Carl Philip Flowers Harbst Harbst PlaIntiff.Defendant.rs,

'//TELEGRAPH, I many young people enjoying this I come. 30. 1953.OFFICIAL. Florida IB CkaBceiy. Case No. 99S6

event with the honoree. I ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby Nathaniel Ben Erinson Jr.. Plaintiff, Order Of PufcllcatioB And Notice ToAppear
tJ As Clerk of said Court ,.\s. Maxine Brlnson, Defendant.Case ; State Of Florida Tot
,-< OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY: UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Personal i Items WOODIAWN MISSIONARY By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk No. 9957 Thelma. Flowers Harbst. whose residence
Mrs. and BAPTIST CHURCH Zat'h H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Building Order Of PublitatioB And Notice and address is: (9 Moeller
Floyd Crosby children
Published every Friday and entered u second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under LAWTEY, FLA. Jacksonville.for Florida. To Appear: State Of Florid Toi Street Pinghampton. New York
attended the marriage of Mrs.I Plf. 7/jl 4t 8/21 Maxine Brinson whose residenceand You are required to appear on

- .- the Aet.of March a, 1879. Crosby's niece, Miss Charlotte 10 ajn. Sunday School 11 a.m. NOTICE OP-INTENTION TO You address is: Unknown. September 8. 1953, In the above
are required to appear on named Court and e 'use. wherein
Underhill. in St. Petersburg last preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45 prayer REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME August 31, 1953 in the above named' Plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
- MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Sunday. service '1 o'clock services, Notice Is hereby given that the Court and cause wherein plaintiff County Telegraph shall publish this
provisionsof seeks divorce. Bradford County Order In next four weekly Issues.
= I Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of 7:30: evening services. Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida Telegraph shall publish this Order Witness toy hand and official
qyyyyyyyvvvvvvYVvVYVVVP yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyyvYYYY Robinson of Melrose, vice presIdent Acts of 1941 will register with the in next four weekly issues. seal at Starke Florida this Aug. 4,
Linden and Mr. and Mrs. J. W.I Clerk of the Circuit Court in and Witness hand and 1953
my seal
; Mrs. Margaret Gaboardi, ,Thomas of Brooker attended church fm Clremlf Court Bradford Coaaty I for, Bradford County. State of Florida at Starke. Florida, this July 29. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
and Mrs. Jean Fox, upon receipt of proof of publication U53
Heights secretary; here Sunday and Florida IB Caaueerr.Wallace of this Clerk of said Court
HIGHLAND Keystone services were the fictitious
: treasurer. Plans 'were made fora Kuhn. Plaintiff vs.t'll name of Advance Sign Co. under (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs By Marion L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kuhn Defendant Case No. 9336 which we are Clerk of said Court Zach H. Douglas. 505; Lynch Build-.
.rummage sale on Saturday Notice Ta Appear.To By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk in*, Jacksonville Florida.
Mrs. Sara Kelly.
.,: 67 Mrs. LacyA4AAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Norman by Aug. 29, in part of th building : Nell Kuhn; residence and address Starke Fla. Zach H. Douglas 505; Lynch Build.Attys. for Plif g/7 4t 3'ZS

The William Crosbys and children -I Is unknown. h, ._ ,
occupied by ,the Gaboardi Sign You are hereby notified that a .
The sale will start at 10' and Mrs. W. T. Crosby were suit for Divorcehas DELUXE
Carol Joan Bleha 'I visiting Mrs. Crosby's father Mr. been flied against you in the
Miss Louvena Starling Is spend above named Cnurt and ran** an*
Weds .Mr. Queen Alston in last week- MODEL
am.Mr. are required to serve & copy of.
with her aunt you Chef
ing her vacation Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Bleha and Mrs. Dewey Willis returned your answer or pleading to the Magic Range
Effie Ogilvie in Jacksonville. their last Thursday form a va- end.Mr. complaint on the Plaintiffs 78
returned announce the marriage and Mrs. J. R. Kelly, Floyd o-tiey t:. K. Ferryman Starke,
Louie Lee Starling daughter, Carol Joan to Mr. cation in Washington. D. C., Floridaand
Crosby and Miss Kathryn Kelly I
home Sunday from Jacksonville of Mr. and Pennsylvania Cape May, file the original In the office
there for the past Oather Queen son enjoyed the All Star football gamein of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
after working Mrs. Floyd Queen of Branchland N.J. Jacksonville last week. on or before the *
few months.Mr. i Mr. and :Mrs. G. E. Wiggins 21 day of September 1953;
Virginia.The '
,West ,
Bob Carraway of Orlando spent ".tb-'-wl** th- allegation of ald .
and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonof I I was performedat I I are the proud grandparents of a Comtilalnt will be taken as con- ... ",,-<' .- '" -.
ceremony the weekend with his brotherinlaw '
Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith Ellen Tuber- fess-'d by you. Exclusive Features '
10 o'clock Saturday morning, I granddaughter, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- This notice shall be published p' .
Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Norman. August 15, in the chapel at Eglin ville Headley, born last Wednes- 'one each week for four consecutive i>-
from here attended'the mond Crosby.Mrs. weeks in the Bradford County Tele OXE-PIECE TOP BURNER UNIT / ': -c-
and Mrs. :
Air Force Base by Maj. Oden day, Aug. 12, Mr. graph. > .
wedding in, Jacksonville Saturdayof Allen B. Headley. Mrs. Headleywas Betty Kirby was confinedto Dated this 17 day of August. 195S Exclusive! Two top burners and -- --::
Maxville Pullen. chaplain.The the Jacksonville NAS hospitallast (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby '
Wilbur Wilkinson of drip tray all in one unIt. Catches
Anne Wiggins.Mrs.
the former CourtBy ,
who was given in. Clerk of the Circuit r ,
bride, week where she underwent a
and Iris Ruby of England. her father had as' Autrey Vance has had as MarLin L. Crosby Deouty Clrk spillovers, lifts like a feather, _ _ _
Gift Norman and little David marriage by Miss I minor operation.Mr. _______ 8/1 4t 9/11j washes like a plate. Burners are
few days
for -
Miss Evelyn tier guests a
Padgett are 'on the sick list this maid of honor Darlene Missio : and Mrs. Elvin Yates of NOTICE TO APPEAR non-dog, simmer-set. Instant, -
Whean of New York.City. Ferry Barr Miss !. Circuit Court. Bradford CoBBty
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. automatic
week. I Uid Miss Kay Nielsen of Miami. Florida la Ckaacery. top lighting. _ _ _
Mr. Queen had as best man W. C. Ward Sundav afternoon. PlaIntiff. vs.
:Mrs. Ann Harvey spent Thursday who is stationed atCamp Rudolph Koenig. 0 0 0
Arthur R. Wiley of Pittsburgh, Pa. :Spike Kathleen Koenig. Defendant.Case SUTXG OUT BROILER
Everyone is glad to see the rains.
in Jacksonville.E. After a short wedding trip Mr. I Gordon Ga. was home for No.' 9971 Exclusive! Open the door and the -

C. Harvey, our pastor will Mrs. Queen will reside at I lhe weekend. Mrs. Vance's mother Most farmers are preparing for Notice To Appear.To Koenig.. whose resi- broiler swings out, ready for use. .'s
and Kathleen
} bold a revival at.the Russel Baptistfor Fla. They are. both I Mrs. Carrie Templeton has returned -I fall crops. Turnips, peas and dence: and address is: Church Street. Convenient, smokeless. Fun to fiX _ _
the next two weeks. Ocean City in South string beans are being planted.Mr. Tuckerton.' New Jersey.
Medical from her summer I II sizzling savory steaks.GUARANTEED.
the 3201st
Amanda. Barbargene Wilkinson attached to and'Mrs.. Sherman Crosby You are hereby notified that a
I Carolina
Jonnle Mae, Strickland, Wilbur Squadron at Eglin 'The.Keystone Heights Volunteer I I were visiting her parents, Mr. and suit Divor"for "

Mobela an of Jacksonville. Leonard Miss Susanne Slprene" accompanied their annual Mrs. Arthur Douglas of Starke. has been filed against you In the Each range is guaranteed for one
Fire Dept. will hold : named Court and cause and
Bleha to above
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon.All against defects in workman-
Sherleen and Mr. and of year
Fireman's Ball on Saturday night, you are required to serve a copy
Wilbur Wilkinson of Maxville at- Eglin for the ceremony.The 22 at the Beach Pavillion.A teachers began their fall your answer or pleading to the complaint ship or material. Burners are _ _ _
tended church here Sunday. Catholic Club met on Aug. card from the Baxters in term Monday. The children will on Frank the Plaintiffs Landrura Starke I ',guaranteed for life.

Sunday School 9:45 morning, August 12 at the home of }Ir.\\ both begin their trek back to school Florida
services 11 sun. and 7:30 p.m.' and Mrs. Dale Siprelle with 13 Massachusetts says they both August 31. Don't forget to register I and file tb$ original In the office ofl
been in the hospital but are the Clerk of the Circuit Court on *
each, Sunday Mid-week services I members present. New officers I and will be home in about your first grade children early.! or before the 8 day of September. .
were elected as follows: Tom better Thought for the week: True 1953; otherwise the allegations of

Carey, president; :Mrs. Mary t two weeks. friendship cannot be bought. said fessed Complaint by you. will be taken. as con- Priced As Low As j

FILL DIRT Mrs. Vivian Saunders, who has This notice shall, be publishedonce _____ _
7:3,0 pm each Wednesday. PastorE. been in Arizona and Californiafor each week for four consecutive
yTyyyyyyyyyvvyyyyyyyyyyyPINE weeks in the Bradford County Tele.
.C. Harvey Sunday School Supt. some time. has returned to graph.

GOOD RICH W. C. Hardee. Come worship witH Keystone Heights and will occupy Dated this 5 day of August. 1953. -
LEVELby SEAL) Charles A. Darby
us in the old country church. her old home. Her daughter, and OFFICIAL Clerk of tne Circuit Court. Plus

TOP SOIL I The Owen Mar family are visit- I her husband, Seaman R. L. Pas- Mrs. II. ]M. McRaeLAAAALLAALA&ALALAAAAALAAa By MarUn L Crosby, Deputy 4t Clerk $23SI Your, ", f ..,..........",
ting his, sister Miss Ollie Marr chen will live with her. Seaman -_ 8/81

Se who is very ill. We hope her Paschen is stationed at the Navy ----, NOTICE TO APPEAR I Old ,
IB Circuit C.art, Bradford Conaty,
condition is much improved. Air Base, Jacksonville.Mrs. Rev. W. E. Hall filled his reg- Florida la Ckaaeery. Range

BILL JACKSON Sarah Norman and Daisy Pad- Eula Walker has returned ular appointments Sunday with Benjamin Starling. Jr.. Plaintiff. vs..

Jackson Transfer Company gett were in Jacksonville Friday.,' after;a vacation in Georgia.VTyyyyyyyyYYYVYYVYYVVY. 217 in Sunday School classes. Four Anna Martha Starling. Defendant.Case No.. 9379 I NO MONEY DOWN

Virginia Norman, spent the members were added to the church N'oiiee To Appears

Phone 165 weekend with friends and relatives by baptism Sunday morning and residence To: Anna and Martha.Starling.address is: Unknown'whose -I USE YOUR OLD RANGE

in Jacksonville. one Sunday night. suit You for are hereby notified that a TUNE IN ON WRUF FOR PAYMENT

BAYLESS HIWAY The young people of Pine Level Divorce

church returned last Friday from has been filed against you In the FOR
above named Court and cause and Completely.lnstalled

I Truly ,Expert by Mrs. O. E. Crosby EastTuckney ing two weeks Springs there after in spend-Youth you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complaint of- SONS OF THEPIONEERS

on the Plaintiff's Attorney LONG TERMS TO PAY
.AAAAAAAA&AAAAAAA&&AAA&C Camp. Williams & Futch, P, O. Box

And Mrs. Alma Starling and Mr. 421. Starke Florida Payments As Low As $9.99 Per :Month
Radio News and file the original In the office of
and Mrs. W. L. Johnson visitedMr.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
have Rev.
We glad.to
SERVICE were very Johnson's sister, Mrs. Ozzie before the 14 day of September 1953:
and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of Linden otherwise the allegations oE said I
at church Sunday. Rev. Crosby Keen in Glen St. Marys Sunday.1Mr. Complaint will be take-u as confessed Daily12:30-12:15 .1 CYLINDER GAS FREE !
and Mrs.,V. T, Starling and by you I _
the morning message. This notice shall be
brought published
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS son visited relatives in Lacoochee week I
once each for four consecutive
Don't forget Sunday \
every last weekend. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I

FREE ESTIMATES CALL 239 and prayer meeting each Wednesday -I Mrs. W. C. Conner and' daughter graph.Dated this 11 day of August. 1953. !;

night. Yvonne and Mrs. H. H. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles: A. Darby
The monthly Sunday School Clerk of the Circuit Court. & APPLIANCE
I Lewis were recent visitors of Miss
Most Experienced Finest Equipped( By L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
mass meejlng was held with Bay- Rosa Geiger and Mrs. Alice 8/14 4t 9/4 r

S Satisfaction Guaranteed ,less Hiway Tuesday night. Re-'t Crosby of Green Cove Springs. OTIl;' 10 .\PPE\n I II I PHONE 301 STARKE .

freshments were served by the They also visited relatives in In Circuit Court. Bradford ( -_-----_ __-_-_--- -- _----- -
host church. / I Jacksonville recently, accompaniedby Floridai In Chancery. 'OUDt'-1|- -
Erna Creola Miles .
Chas. C. Shepherd.. Vacation School Closes Mrs. Tom Lamb. Raymond Miles. Jr.. Defendant. |

The Daily Vacation Bible School Mrs. Robert Starling Mrs. Case No. 9373Aotlce
( Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers! To Appear I I
closed last. Friday after
a very I,,Jack Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. I To: Raymond Miles, Jr., whose
PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA. successful two weeks' term with John Turner visited Mrs.' R. C.I residence and address is: Harless

I Mrs. Gwinn as'principal.. About Turner in Palatka last Sunday.Mr. Street You are Chrlstians hereby urg.notified Virginia that a

60 children were awarded certificates and Mrs. J. E. Sapp of suit for t : i I i I I I I
for Divorce and restoration of
S completing the.work. A Heilbronn were dinner guests of maiden name i -

fine program was presented and the. B. M. McRaes Sunday.Mr. has been filed against you in the'

th handwork was on display at and Mrs. J. W. McRae above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of -

the commencement program last visited Mr. and Mrs. F. L. .Con your answer or pleading to the com-L

Name Irade-in Friday night. .1 nors in Jacksonville last week. plaint Lloyd on the Bass Plaintiffs 303: Clark Building Attorney
your We. want to thank all parentsand Donald Carter of Heilbronn Jacksonville Florida '
and file the in the office of I
teachers who cooperated in original
Springs visited Yvonne Connor '
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or i i
making the school a success. Sunday. before the 14 day of September 1953; '

price on a new, The parents and children all Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and otherwise the allegations of said .
Complaint will be taken as confessed -
enjoyed a picnic at Santa Fe Lake.I[children returned to their home by you i :

Birthday PartyMr. I|in Jacksonville after a vacation This notice shall be publishedonce .
each week for four consecutive
and Mrs. Alton Dobbs en- here and in Miami Key West and weeks in the Bradford County Tele-I

BOBGE'TRUK tertained at the home of Mr. and South Carolina.Rev. graph. *
Dated this 7 day of August. 1952. .
I Mrs. Fred Halslop on Thursdaynight and Mrs. William Fitz- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby : 1gS'1

Clerk of the Circuit Court) t
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk i

Tell us how much you want for your C S S 1 ,If Thafs It's Glass Our Business- We Have It! la Florida Circuit; In Court.Chancery.-Bradford 8/14 Couatr 4t 9/4k i : .1 ::4 A

CALL WRITE or VISIT Winifred Marion H.P.Warlick Warlick.Defendant.Plaintiff \s. TIREStf

present truck in trade on a new Dodge! Joe Peters Glass .Co.FOR Order Of P.hllratlo.Dd Case.Notice No. 9970 To ,

Appear State Of Florida To

We'll do our best to meet your price! [ ANY GLASS NEED Marion Wilmington address H. Warlick is North: 100 South Carolina whose 41st residenceand : Street I : :<: : : -Sale AND Jn4MoIt4Vze

We Design Modern Store Fronts You are required to appear onSeptember

Act now! No cost! No obligation! Just Mail Us A Pattern for named Court 8, and 1953, cause.In the wherein above -

Table Tops plaintiff seeks divorce and restora-I : :; : :
tion of maiden name. Bradford ) $ $
318 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville County Telegraph shall publish -
Fla. Phone
this Order in next four weekly i .vstx _

For a mal tradeonanowDodgetruck .- Issues.Witness my hand and official seal I 75
.c_ at Starke. Florida this August 5. : ; PRICED 6:70
FJPr 1953. ;
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .15
Mail us this ,
trythis As Clerk of said Court fr -
.' <<" By Marion L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk & f
I/< \ Schneider & Walker 706 Lynch : ,
Just decide what your present <"," I ;
'- Building. Jacksonville Florida. .
:+.t $
truck is worth. Write APPRAISAL Attys. for Plif.__ 8/7 4t 8/:8 :11(111EIGUUZ

this figure on the "Appraisal -. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I Pita LUwsvx 95

Form" below. Add your FORMname IB the Court of the County Judge, -
Bradford Coa.tT.'Iorld.., IB : SALE PRICE
and address,mail formtous..We'lldoourlevelbest Probate.In )I

If flOW I '';{':,.."'''''-'....'<."" 'i"'.'...,".'.,"-?"'Y"{< A q D-ceased.re: Estate of Edward Seabright _ _ sib ':
price. we .
to meet ( .- "
your !'-" ; > "; ".:> TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS -
you've got a real deal! f- :?' : HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS .
can, "1.j \
can't there is
If no
we ;
; You and each of you are hereby .
obligation! Mail "AppraWlFozm" .. Ai?. notified and required to present any'
claims and demands which you. or
: today ... either of you may have against the ATLAS SPECIAl
'" << estate of Edward
.t (or, phone in ffce InformoHoa). ......j+)<......... .,. ., .> late of said Seabright.County. to the- all sizes .. Including -'
::7j County Judge of Bradford
----- ----- ----------------, ''", D.,; Florida at his office in the court z 15 6:70 z IS .;
,. I -. .' house ot aid County at Starke.
-" .... Florida within eight calendar .
I have a. __track in I : '" ., ; months from the time of the first .:
bear, make, model) !i-4 publication of this notice. Each -',
claim or demand shall be in writing. ,.'.
_cooditk. I think it b worth and shall state the place of residence :

(good, fair, poor) SMJIl. VENETIAN BLINDS bj. and shall post be iworn office of to the by claimant the claimant.and ---r.-- J, s"_,. STANDARD ,> j

S _in a trade. I understand that any his or such her claim agent.or or demand attorney not and so
you are not obligated to meet this price nor am I obligated Duchess AH-Flexalum Venetian Blinds are built t. take filed shall be void. .> .

toacceptit. it! Bending won't harm them. The finish won't chip, trlx Cassie of the Seabright.Estate of Aa Administra THOMAS TRUCK TERMINAL !

crack or peel The slats As executor of the Last Will

Name _ I.: are .. and Testament o( Edward PHONE 21I-J" STARKE FLA. 3f
spring tempered to .. 7 Seabrtrht, dcceued.
keep their shape. wright -' First publication July lIst 1953. H. H. HOUSTON'S If
1l&ilioz"Addtesa. _ _ _ I snap .. 7/31 4t 8/21 SERVICE STATION
back in place -
II even -
la Omit Bradford STARKE, FLA.
after Court. Coaajy
I rough use. Look for.the Duchess Seal ... It's your Floridt I. Ckaaeery.

guarantee of quality and distinction. dli Harvey Moore.O. :\Moore Defendant.Plaintiff V. vi. Ru- G. S. (Gib) BRQWN'S SERVICE STATION 111


HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO Order Of PabHoatloa \.. Notice To

GASSETT EXCHANGE STORE Rudell Appears Moore State wliose Of Florida residence Tot and L. B. (Red) ALVAREZ1 SERVICE STATION !

Phone 69 600 Tejnple. Aye: Stark.,. Fla. boro address Alabama is: 714 Scott Street Scotts- PHONE 60 STARKE, FLA.
Phone 207-W 1
> i Starke, Fla.
You are required to appear oa

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7 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. gett I good voice and we are glad to !
Harry and Winnie Harrison have such a fine boy,in our church.
LONG BRANCH spent the weekend with Elgin i: We are sorry Billy Broughton,i
Lang. I I I is on our sick list this week. Sure
by Sirs. J. L. StricklandtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA J. L. Strickland spent most of hope Billy gets well soon. Refreshment all
Suwannee the day Monday of last week in I[ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hines and
Cove Springs oa business; children of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs.
W e are very sorry to learn oflittle also went to Starke Thursday- 'Leroy Hines of Jacksonville and
Danny Thompson's illness on business. Seems he is getting Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hines of
last week we understand he had to be quite a business man. We Hampton are visiting Alice Starl-
an attack of bronchitis almost wonder!
t ing.Mr.
Bronchitis-pneumonia. We hope Mr. Stowe came Tuesday after- and Mrs. Willie Stricklandof
401 I for him a speedy recovery. As noon of last week spent some lit- Fort McCoy were visiting Mr.
,PHONE most: folks know he is the grand tle time with us. Says they and Mrs. Carl Jones Sunday.R. r
E. CALL StoreDELIVERY son of Jack Wilkinson. i In caught three cats in three weeks. L. Watson of California is y. 1
345; We understand Lillie Carter was one year's time they caught visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.
ST. able to return home from the hospital 33 in the Camp Blanding area. If Flake Watson.
last Saturday. We are glad you are asking me, that is some' Mrs. Maude Surrency returned
SERVICE : she is able to be bunch of cats! home
home with her Sunday night after spend-
family again and is feeling better Sunday afternoon the Harold ing several days at the bedside of

We reserve the right to limit,quantity after her operation.We ,see Eunice Mrs.family of Lawtey came to hpr brother Leroy Osteen in Plant : :

PRICES GOOD THUR...FRI.. SAT., AUG. 20, 21. 22 learned last week that one :Ada Godwin Eunice's, stayed mother a while Mrs. City Leroy is very sick at this d
of our neighbor's boys Bill Lang with writing.
was rushed to a hospital in Tampa her and came on to, call on us.
Groceries Meats,Fresh Vegetables for an appendix operation last Found me. in bed sick-or too DOXT SAY fountain pen-SAY _
weak to ESTERBROOK.' ____
sit _
up-staYed with point for
: every
< Monday. The operation was a us a
Frozen Foods Feeds successful one and he was able to'return little while and we sure did enjoy purpose $2.37 complete at BRADFORD .. .'<
the short visit. Gertie that COUNTY ;
home Friday. His wife says TELEGRAPILvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyv
OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY and also his sister-in-law mydaughter is the first time she has been in "" "'
this part of the woods for 16 or 17 Tim
informed us of this. .
years everything =::
sure looks dif- '
ALL BRANDS We also learned that our grandson
ferent to what it did when
Eddy Lang has been real sick she
MILK 3 Cans 39c was here last. Well we know it
but is better. Seems, that Joan, I I
does it has changed in the last
his mother had a very severe i
cold t00.Bessie. 7 years, what will 17 do for a I I q
IRISH place? Says Ada is feeling better i .
Strickland is on the sick than she has for some time. We a \
'Ibs list again. Seems she stays sick are glad to hear this. I
We must II
POTATOES 10 29C more than she stays well. My say the Eunices have a bunch of rN ;: _v
mother is worse than she has beenso nice looking children. r

far, gradually growing weakeras We received an announcementlast ;A xr' .+,\ 4 Eby "
time passes. She is too weak week of
ROSEDALE another boy making ,
to talk to the folks who come in
EARLY JUNE PEAS 2 cans 29c in to. see her but she still enjoys his England's arrival' home at our, Aug.daughter 9. Faye This
them coming in. Lottie Starling .I
makes her three boys and two ;
(spent the afternoon with her again

DICED BEETS '3-303 cons 27c last week. Others call to see her girls.Ruth Corbett was given a sur- CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
but do not have time to stay long. prise birthday party Friday of a; t
:Mrs. Dora Johns returned homeSaturday I last week, by her mother Mrs. about this question
ARGO GREEN morning from Jackson Ernie Padgett. There were about Your ., ;
LIMA BEANS '2 cans'29c ville where she had spent' a weeKwith 20 people present and all expressa insurance folder shows :.
her son and family th a very enjoyable time I persons hurt in falls on slip- ;: 51 .
Floyd Johns. Nellie Lang celebrated here : ,
MAYFIELD Mrs. Gertie Faircloth spent th seventh birthday Sunday Aug. 16. pery sidewalks or waxed r.s
weekend with her daughter Mrs. She informs me she received seri i ,
CREAM CORN 2 cans 29c floors, tripping over 5
Ernie Padgett i in Jacksonville, returned eral presents from brothers and i t

home Sunday afternoon. other relatives. I i I hoses or toys, being hit by a f:
)MY-LADY) SELF-RJSING I Lillian Padgett and children, The Adult Training Union at
Ann and Andy spent the day withthe the Ebenezer church are taking a j I bicycle, baseball or golf ball, J
FLOUR 25 lbs $1.79 I W. D. Jones in Green Cove training course, "Building a : t
i,Springs.Mr. I Church", they have been some- bitten by a dog, etc Does a

and Mrs. Charles Corbett time getting around to taking mere $10 premium
JIM DANDY cover an
we re leaving for home Saturday this course, seems there have been
SCRATCH FEED 25 lbs X1.25'tiv' er spending a week with rela- quite a few' handicaps in the way. entire family's liability for all
Well, last but not least says
tives.Mr.: and Mrs. Ernie Padgett Jim, Mr. :Maxwell brought him 3 such accidents?
spent Sunday afternoon with delicious packages of Beech Nut ,
SALT 3 packages 12c
Ernie's mother Mrs. Babe Pad- tobacco when he came to see us Buy Coke by the case
week before last-and I didn't Charley E. Johns '
'DUKES I l mention this In my last week's I

MAYONNAISE 1 pint '37' HEAR BETTER writings.to see Mr.Says Maxwell he is always and always glad I & Son BOTTLED UNDER AUTHOIITY Of. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY IT,
of this tobacco.
etn n.BIT Mom-mi 0 N;'.rr"dwd koJ.rnari.
Bud Wilkinson digging his Phone W3.THf COCA-COtA COMFMff
13 Starke Fla.
COCA 19C ,
;::6 sweet potatoes this week. Richard,
plus Grace' and Clarence Lang do the UtIlU1AUUtUAU1UAA
digging: while he plows. them down
&.-1 t with his tractor.
I Revival started at Long Branch i
/ HEARING AIDS church August 16 and will last a FORD
GRITS 5 bs-r; '42C THMJ GIEAI MOCEUI week. Rev. P. L. Knight is con- St MINKK !. _. ;;
; ntH Sff "'C oIocIo.IIo"J' ducting it. :' ..,>" L 1
1L1 .,I r..arw wliicwU ,, .-
r.T+mmmYn..n.rn America's fastest selling convertible .

CRISCO 3 'Ibs 19c C AN 0 V.APHARMACY, GRAHAMby 1 -, Ford's downers"Sunliner delight is! the And"top its /4

Mrs. Bonnie McKinneyAAAAAAAAALAILAALAAAAAAAA power-operated Breezeway top
STOCTON one 160 Starke, Fla..AAAAiAAAAAAAA ,converts it to a snug, closed car- __-.
AAAAA.AA. in a jiffy. And it's the only
L bottles There will be a home coming low-priced convertible with V-8
Sept. o at tuc: isdpusi cnurai. )
power plus a choice of three -
MONUMENTSLOWEST very one is invited to come ana
be with us on this day. __
PURE Mrs. Leon \vynn and daughters _
PRICES I Pan ice and Jean have returned
lb jar FINEST QUALITY! home after a two week visit with
LARD 3 No Extra her brother and sister-in-law :Mr.I
Charge 3Best
and Mrs.Gene Gillard of Palmetto.
.For Setting In Or Near Mrs. PerryNewsome- or Jack- Sellers !

39'P STARKEWrite sonville visited with her mother

,MEAT Mrs.Misses A. T.Chisper Dryden Easterman last week. and .

1r1ue1 I Patrice Wynn are visiting in
Tampa this week.
,- Mrs. Kate Starling had as .
I j weekend guests her son-in-law and
? For Free Folder daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earnest FORD \lLT RI\ ,
Ortages of Jacksonville and Mr. ,
i -
and Mrs. Lewis S- :
SMALL ESTABLISHED 1930 'Gainesville Starling of ,- '; '.

lb 715 FOREST ST. f Little Leonard Moody was guest America most
PICNIC HAMS JACKSONVILLE( FLORIDA singer at the Air Park Baptist
I church Sunday. Leonard has a 41 -" its

..aaaaaaaa&. . .&. &.&.&.&. A.AA&AA&AAAAAAA. ...... . .A.A. .AASchool ,. ., beautiful car of type
U S GOOD fi Again for '53, Ford's Victoria is America's

CUBE STEAK lb Days Are Coming i "best-dressed" car. Like all '53 Fords, itJCrestmarl
59c body is hulltight' its picture

windows give Full-Cirde Visibility.And you
ride in style on foam-rubber cushions over
: iL
CHUCK ROAST 'Ib 49c .I r' ecu* Q Cll r i 1 non-sag springs. Front-end road shock (the

.. T 1 akt!t u s rei :':T M kind you feel most) is reduced up to 80%.


, PORK ROAST Ib 43c I[ '\ mucr.i,


BEEF LIVER lb Sally Dick, can you give me some idea of 3
i what this "Inflation" is all about? I've noticed i w
E you've been reading an article on the subject. i _V

RIB AND '.-'- Dick Well, Sally, inflation is best illustrated 3 T _, : *

lb' by the rise in the cost of living.

BRISKET STEW 19C Sally: Prices are certainly high, right now. 3 $ / .

What causes inflation, anyway? ____ U

LARGE Dick: One cause, so the article said, is wide- COUNTIT SQUS?,COUNTSY SEDAH, KANCH WAGON tWlmQt,4l ;II.-IL:_._ ,_ 4. '

spread spending when goods are scarce.It's"too

FRESH SHRIMP Ib' 89CLARGE much money chasing too few goods." America's most popular Station Wagons :

Sally: Well, I guess there's not much you and 3 -
I can do about that Ford's wood-trimmed Country Squire is a "double-duty"

FRESH MULLET FISH '25' Dick: Yes, there is, Sally. Every one oi us i beauty working that cargo changes hauler from in three eight-passenger minutes flat. Ford sedan offers to hard.two _

can help to keep prices down-by resisting the I .
popular "quick change artists" the 2-door,
Fresh D &D Fla. temptation to spend money for things we don't I 6-passenger Ranch Wagon and the 4-door, 8-passenger, .
need in an inflationary period. From now on,, all-metal Country Sedan.
lb my "extra" cash goes into my bank accountFLORIDA .. F.A.- .'. J


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4 I' I I Marilyn, Joy CooperTo County Florida this 18 day of i. Notice is hereby given that pursuant Description: Lots 1, 2, Blk 8 Pine-
New Teacher-Pay Schedule Explained August. A.D. 1953.OFFICIAL to Chapter 194. Florida Statutes F hurst Development, Se..'. :2i. Tw.i :S:
Wed H. K. Davis ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1841.' the following described 6; Rge. E 22.
I Clerk of Circuit Court land in Bradford County. Florida Cert. No. 351; Date of Cert. July
Ey Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk will be offered for sale at public I, 1942. .
Bradford County school teachers County school system had only Robert E. Ray. Solicitor for Plain outcry for the highest and best cash Description: 1 A in NTV Cor of
tiff. P. O. Box 463, 115 South Main bid. at the Court House betweenthe of ,:XEJ4; Sec. 13; Twp. S 8
wound up a 2-day pre-plan- enough money in its supplementary Street Gainesville Florida. hours of 11 o'clock A.M. and 3 E 22.OFFICIAL.
ning county level session at Brad- fund ,for a $200 raise. He" 8/21 4t 9/11 o'clock.. PJJ. on the 10th day of ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby

ford High School this week and explained that since 1949, the XOTICE-TO APPEAR September Ctf. No. 207 1953.; Date of Cert., July 1. Clerk ford County.of Circuit Florida.Court, Brad-
will to their fa CIrtBit! Court. Bradford Coaatr. I 94!.
adjourn respective county has had to gradually increase Florida la Chanter7.! 8'21 Zt 3 21
Gladys Mooty schools, here and in other partsof its Minimum Foundation Walter Horn Plaintiff, vs. Alice

Phone 35 the county,where they will have matching funds to a point where, Elizabeth Horn, Defendant. I
Case Xo. 9995 I
planning sessions at the local mills out of 19-mill Jfotlee To .
,;;' '" I I I I.I'. I I now, 11.14 ( a Appear.To GOOD'iEAR'
level until school opens Aug. 31. levy) has to go in matching funds. : Alice Elizabeth Horn. whose
and address is: 2623 Sedg-
Carolyn Edwards WMU Board And At the county level session This has caused a severe decrease wick Avenue. Bronx 13, Xew York.

Supt. H. P. Morgan appeared be- in the supplementary fund, out of You are Hereby notified that a
ait for
f Is Party Honoree Business MeetingsThe
fore the teachers and explainedthe :which the pay raise must come. Divorce GREATEST TIRESALEOFTllEyAg

Mr,.and Mrs. Maurice Edwards Executive Board of the 'b ; new teachers' salary schedule Increasing instructional expensein has above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the .
entertained at a small informal Baptist W. M., U* met Monday which includes a blanket $200 the county this year also, is the you are required to serve a copy of I II
raise for all teachers and was approved of 10 teachers to your answer or pleading to the I I
dinner party Saturday night at night at the home of Mrs. L. F. more complaint on the Plaintiffs
which time they honored their .Dinkins at the last meeting of the the system. This brings the total Attorney T. Frank Landrum, !

daughter, Miss Carolyn Edwards, Future: plans were made and refreshments County Under School Board. .I teachers, principals and supervisors and Starke file the Florida original In the officeof .
the schedule
who celebrated her birthday an- were served at the sew employed in the county to the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
niversary. The. setting for this ,end of the meeting.The receive a certain base pay and 120. Newly added are another er before 21 day the of September. 1933;

\\0 lovely affair was the home of'the ,- an additional $60 for each year supervisor and a county music otherwise the allegations of eald

hosts. \ regular business and pro- of experience up to 10 years. The teacher who will teach music in Complaint will be taken as confessed -

Arrangements of summer flow- gram meeting of the Baptist new schedule showing- minimum. all the county schools except Brad- This by notice you. shall be publishedonce
W M. U. was held at the church and maximum pay for the various ford High which already has a each week for four consecutive : old.
ers were placed at vantage points weeks in the Bradford County
the home in decorat- Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clockwith ranks is as follows: music teacher and bandmaster.A Telegraph. in O\\\ I Ilta"
throughout the president, Mrs. R. A. John H. I Rank V (no degree), $1.550 I,, Dated this 19 day of August. 1953. e )
ing for this party. Cooper of Orlando an- total of $423,712 has been (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
The dining 'table war overlaid Green, in the chair. nounces the engagement and approaching minimum; $2,150 maximum. budgeted for instructional pur- Clerk of the Circuit Court. IWC11JUU
Rank IV (no degree), $1,750 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. aIII
with a white. linen cloth and cen- The Helen Masters Circle had marriage his daughter min.; $2,350 max. pos ? (teachers salaries) in Brad- 8/21 4t 9/11 !Li\! \ ire

tered with a low bowl of rose charge of the program on the Marilyn Joy to Harold Ken- ford County for the 1953-54 term.
'missionary work done neth Davis Rank HI (4-year degree), $2,700 NOTICE Ll \\ .
and zinnias. being among son of Mr. and Mrs. An increase in instructionalunits h
min. $3,300 Starke, Florida, \lo'0
; max. August 19 1953
the American Indians. Those H. K. Davis! of Starke.
Following dinner, dancing and Rank II _(Master's degree), called for the addition of the
playing records were enjoyed by taking Mrs.FB.part on Beard the program were Miss Cooper attended the Or- $3,150 min.; $3,750 max. new teachers. Then, too, Morgansaid Ltj; :1IoI OIl: .'
and Mrs. E.
the lando schools and is of
the honoree and following '- a graduate Rank Doctor's
I ( degree or present teachers were already
guests: Mr. and Mrs. Carl,Lamar Laws n.-, Winter Park High School, class of equivalent), $3,750 min.; ${,350 overloaded Instructionalunits 10 Ust
Miss Mrs. Guy Lee the devotional 'S3. She is REELECTW.
Johns, Ronald Andrews, and gave now employed as are figured on the basis of
of 'giving the Indian's interpretation the of E. max.Principals
Pat Sieg and Gerald McCoy private secretary C. are paid according to 27 pupils per unit. Under. new price
of the 23rd Psalm. Gibbs of the Corrsor & \
Gainesville. Reynolds rank, plus a supplement based on State law units have to be used, \

Insurance Co. average daily attendance. The or they will not be paid for by I a nel

Col. And Mrs: Griffin J. Roy ChasteenHas Mr. Davis is a graduate of minimum or base pay includes the the State. Morgan said that during T. (Billy) 1 Itc.ooofitN .

Bradford High School, class of '51, newly-granted $200 raise the past few years an average \ ;
Hosts At Open House Birthday Party and at the time is % \
present servingin Morgan in a previous state- .increase in enrollment of about

Mr, and Mrs.. J. 1?, Chasteen I the' U. S. Army, stationed in ment said that although the 1953 one-half per cent had been noted. JACKSONTO .
James A. ) ,
Lt CoL and Mrs. after- entertained at their home on San Francisco, Calif. Legislature had authorized a $350 However, last year there was an .. ."fi2; ,,. PlXE.

Griffin were hosts Sunday Cherry St. Monday afternoon from Wedding plans will be announced raise for teachers, the Bradford increase of about one per cent. "" ......:. \
noon at their home at Camp Bland- I THE OFFICEOF
at a later date as Mr. Davis is
3:30 until 5 o'clock at
ing when they beld open house a delightful Methodist ChurchRev. to the elections of next year, as
waiting duty overseas.
children's their
honoring Major Gen. and Mrs. party honoring it is mandatory for every countyby World's First-Choice!
soD, J. Roy, on this third birth-
Mark Lance,of St. Augustine.The R. E. Rutland of Gaines- 1960. Bradford County installed -
guests were entertained d anniversary. Executive Board ville, Superintendent of the the. system in 1950--hen here

out on the paUo in, the hosts' The party table, which held the Of Woman's ClubThe Gainesville District, will be the was a complete re-registration. COUNCILMANHe FIR ST.QUALITY DELUXE

spacIous yard. beautifully decorated birthday cakeat guest speaker at the First Meth- Mrs. Crosby says that it has proved I

assisted in one_end and the punch bowl at called meeting of the executive odist Church of Starke this Sunday satisfactory, speeding up the locating -
Mrs Griffin was the, other waa covered with a board of the Starke .service. Dr. Stands For
serving and entertaining her I morning at 11 o'clock of names by workers at the
gaily decorated birthday cloth. Woman's Club, previously scheduled Rutland will preach in the absence i
Mrs. Harry Hatcher polls, as well as making a much
A color scheme of pink and for Thomas ; and LIST PlICE W1TII IS", \
Mrs.rR. G. Paterson, and Mrs.. J.I Tuesday, was postponeduntil of the pastor, Rev. G more complete and accurate list EncouragesNew LOOk TUDE.IM .
i green was carried out in every Saturday, Aug. 22. A cover- Mitchell who, with his family, is liRE SIZE .!tlleut AUOWANCE
C. Stevens.AH I detail ed dish luncheon beginning at 11 spending a vacation in New Eng of voters for all other purposes. Growth and at TUDE.IN TOU UY -
of the families on the: post Favors for the afternoon were o'clock, will be held at the home land. Mr. Mitchell will be backin i Mrs. Crosby has a copy of the I: these 1 6.00116 $20.10* $15.GI*
meet General and
invited to ,
Mrs.were Lance. balloons, .horns, and plastic toys. of th president Mrs. C. H. Nas- the pulpit for both services on new registration laws which are Expansion of Our i; LOW 7 6.401 IS 21.00 15.75.

After J. .Roy and his little worthy on Kingsley Lake. All Sunday'August 30. available for inspection by any- 6.701 I IS 22.0S* 16.54* ,

friends playe games and openedhis members are urged to attend. Chaplain W. G. Cofield, of the one interested. City ; PRICES I 1.10115 24.4S 11.34* :

gifts which were placed on a I State Prison will
Farm, preach 6.SO 116 24.10. 11.60*
table in front of the fireplace they I Birthday Party 1 Sunday night at 8 o'clock., Chap- Both in Industry and 7.60 115 26.75. 20.60* ,i

PARK were served refreshments of ice lain Cofield has been preachingeach In The Circuit Court In And For 8.00 liS 29JS. 22.01* :
ream, cake and punch. For Danny Cowen the Bradford Couatr, Florida HomesIf
w I Sunday evening Sale Ends 8.20115 30.65 22.99*
STARKE FLA. Mrs. 'Chasteen was assisted in In Chancery. I : _
absence of Mr. Mitchell.Registration Eva Mae Cornell Plaintiff, vs. S plus tit
serving and entertaining by her Danny Cowen, four-year-old son Thomas J. Cornell, Defendant. labor Day!

Fri.. Sat. Aug. 21. ,22 mother, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee her of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cowen was I Divorce No. 9993 re-elected he will serve
I Officer in the
mother-in-law, Mrs. J. R Chas- the honored guest Saturday after-! Order of Publication Andotioe To you same efficientand I
noon, when his entertainedat _Appear The Stale Of Florida Tot business-like Pay as little $1.25 week! .
DOUBLE FEATURE teen. her sister, Mrs. M. C. Stith, parents Attends ConventionMrs. Thomas J. Cornell, c/o Ross Rus- manner a
a niece Sandy Stith and Mrs. S. a delightful party at their sell, Allied Artists Agent. Imperial in the future as he has in

The'Man Behind G. Denmark, and Mrs. V. R. home In celebration of his birth- Marian L. Crosby Super- Hotel. Atlanta. Georgia. the past. ,?
day anniversary.The :. You are hereby notified that suit
The Gun Turner. visor of Registration for Bradford has been filed against you in the ; Service Center StationSEEBER
young folk were entertained County attended the annual meet- Circuit Court of Bradford County, Sincerely 4 %
Florida. in Chancery, by Eva :Mae
With Randolph Post Office StaffIs out on the' lawn. The party ing of the State Association of Cornell, plaintiff the nature of said W. T. (Billy) JACKSON D. GOODMAN

AND table, which held the big birthday Supervisors, held Aug. 13-15 in suit is for a divorce. You are here U. S. 301 at South City Limits
EntertainedMr. cake., was decorated with red and by required to serve your answer
Beach. At this time
Daytona or other pleadings'on plaintiff a$* _._ _
Bugs Bunny green crepe paper. Favors of members of the staffs of the Attorney torney of record, Robert E. Ray P. -V.------------ 'h
and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr. crepe paper hats, balloons, and !|10. Box 468, 115 South Main Street vvv.vvvvvYvvivvvvvYvvvvvvvvYvvvvvvvyyyvyyYyvvyvyvyyyyyyyyy '! .u'
ALL STAECARTOON General and the Secretaryof "
at Gainesville, Florida on or before
hosts Thursday afterjioon
REVUE were. whirl-a-gigs were given to each State were present to discuss the 21st day of September, A. D.. r"
their home on Kingsley Lake at gust 1>53. FntertaiomenthasoeverkiiOwollseajt
and explain the various phangep
entertained the HereIn fail
which time they not or a Judgment by
Refreshments of ice cream in the election laws, as passed !at default will be entered against ,
at a you.
Chapter of Serial "Secret U. S. Post Office. i personnel cake, ,and Cokes wen served by the recent session of the
,Code" swimming party- followed by a Mrs. Cowen assisted by her sister all of which will affect the newspaper Bradford of general circulation in
County, Florida is here.
steak supper. :Miss Louise Johns of Jacksonville voters of the state. > by designated as the newspaper In FLORIDA THEATRE #
About 20 guests were presentto Mrs. Vernon Silcox, and which this notice shall be publishedonce
Several counties have just installed -
Sun., Mon. Aug. 23, 24 enjoy the swimming, boatingand a week for four (4) consecu-
and the Mrs. Ned Yancey. the permanent registration tive weeks beginning the 21st day
Cow CountryWith other water sports About 20 little children were system, and many more are preparing of August A.D., 1953. 1

Edmond O'Brien charcoal-broiled steaks. present Danny. to .enjoy the party with to put it into effect prior said Witness Court my at hand Starke and, the Bradford seal of, SUN WON TUES. -- AUG. 23< 24, 25

Woodman CircleThe ,
Tues., Aug. 25'- ONLY
Call Me MadamWith regular business and social ON THE SCREEN ,

Ethel Merman and Woodman meeting of Circle the will Supreme be held Forest Tuesday T.E.L. Sunday School class or: Color CAN COMPARE WITH! THE ASTOUNDING SENSATION WARNER BROS. -I

Donald O'Connor of the Baptist Church held a
rtus Cartoon and Newsfl Aug. 25,-at' 7:30: pjn. in the I business and social meeting on S BIBLES 0 BRING YOU NOW IN NATURAL VISION

Aug. 14 at the home of Mrs. O. O. WATCHESCAMERAS

Webb with 15 members and two SUPPLIES I
Wed.. Thur. Aug. 26, 21 visitors present. FILM S S.

NEW CLASS Mrs. R. A. Thomas, president, PHOTO JEWELRY
The Redhead FromWyoming presided at the meeting, and Mrs.G. S FINISHING S

SCHOOL OF A.Anderson led the Bible! study,

which was concluded with prayerby Dealer For PICTURE
BALLETOpening Mrs. H. L. Hough. CRAFT
With Maureen O'Hara ,
Plans were made for the annual GKAFLEXANSCO / II I PAINT SETS

-AND- Date Will Be birthday party to be held on Sept .

11 in the educational building. POLAROID 1JJJIIJJ1flIB11 4
April In ParisIN
Announced Soon After routine business Mrs. / / y
Thomas closed the meeting with I I S STATIONERYOpposite :
With Doris Day and Ray Bolger Phone '244-J prayer. KODAK

Plus Latest World News During the social hour .Mrs. I Florida Theatre

V Webb, assisted by Mrs. Eva Pad- I Phone 265 Starke, Fla. \

gett and Mrs. Walter Und rhill _-- -- _

served tempting refreshments.

.. .
-- I
\VSCS MeetingMrs. 9PeceLIVING 11j

CITRUS GROVE SPRAYING E. K. Ferryman presidentof ) ROOM 1

the W. S. C. S., presided at

Large or Small the regular business and program

COMPLETE EXTERMINATING SERVICE meeting Monday afternoon in the : GROUPPhone 4 c : ;

church sanctuary. ;_ ; ___ __
FOR HOUSEHOLD PESTS"AND TERMITES "Following the routine business I

Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. Mrs. T, H. Slade, secretary of
Missionary Education gave a t t4.
2220 N. 'V. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla. message from the World Outlook $129.95 tI
stressing the necessity for dea- 80 Starke, Fla. I

connesses and other workers in I hfq
the missionary field. a)5

Mrs L. D. Green had charge of '" I I ; 4 _

the program and presented Mrs. SOFA-BED HASSOCK .
L P. Shepherd who gave the devotional ,-

using as the basis'of CHAIR BRIDGE LAMP <, / :: :i''; .

her talk part of the 4th chapterof PICTURE COFFEE TABLE -_ '.iiLt. :.:

: INTEGRITY Luke. .Following this, Mrs. RUG 2 END TABLES Man-turned-Monster gripping a city with panic, craving .

Green introduced Mrs. C. D. Wil- ths show-world's beauties for his Chamber of Horrors! '

) of conduct and dealing with better liams of Tampa, Conference Sec. ..

thoughtfulness and economy in all of Missionary Education and
Service who an inspiringtalk
I our serving these,mark the reputable gave
on "Making Friends of God's
quality of this well known firm. Children" flTIWARNERCOLOY/ .

The meeting was closed with

DeWITT C. JONES prayer by the president.

-a-rr r KIRK
Services will be held at 11 a.m. i VINCENT FRANK LOVEJOYPHYLUS ,
Funeral Director' Ambulance ServiceOur and 8 p.m. Sunday in the First
Christian durch. A guest minister CAROLYN J JONES PAUL PiCERNI *.U.ILAVCRANEWIL8UR ..OIIOUG..ERYA.1i fCY **mtlt"r: : w.:;THI
local funeral home enables u to offer convenience an4 ,
Jesse L. Griffith of Miami

services not-otherwUe available..f will occupy the pulpit. Sundays I THEATRE OPENS: SUN. 12:40 P.M. 5 COMPLETE SHOWS

ho 19.(5 a.m. Midweek Prayer
1& II I I I V IJV4JI$"I -S
.- *: Meeting 8 p.rrI..4
AND TUES. 2:43
w. furalab. the highest type ,eenrtea at .Unrest prices, tod MON.

accept A2 r life Insurance'policy in force/tamed by ANT WORKING II. Similar To- ,

coap&ay, as payment in',part' 1" la full On-'aOoareltatton .teera1. A working will be held at Mc- __ Admission: ADULTS 75c CHILDREN 29c
: -
carries no. ehHgrttey'; KInney Cemetery on Monday, Aug. "cfr Above Pictufe GLASSES, TAXES INCLUDED
ri1' "414 6 4 ;44 '.6/1 1 l- J
# I-f I I -, 24.,. 3. AH. interested persons are
> c'f- :e I4 .
urged to. attend.
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, r,' rr grr am r Friends of' Mrs. Cecil Sewell Marcus Brown will return Sun- Mr and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez fag Claim or Demand* .\J1alnlOt so filed shall be void. and address is: 352 Clearbrook

f. will regret to learn that she en- day for his vacation after attend- and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond Said Estates W. H. Maxwell Avenue, Landsdowne, Pennsylvania
Ton and each of you are, hereby Of the Estate of As executor oi r t You are required to appear ont
[tered St. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville ing summer school at Emory, At- spent Saturday in Thomasville, Ga., notified and required, ,to present ,the Last Will and Testament ol r t August 31. 1)53, in the above named I
today Friday( ) and will lanta, Ga. visiting their brother, Jerry Moore any claims and demands which :you Louise EcVhii also known a;t' Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
or either of you. may have againstthe Louise Rohn King, deceased. seeks divorce and restoration of
i undergo an operation tomorrow. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. who is ill in the Archbold Memorial estate of Louise Bchn also First publication August 21. 195$ maiden name. Bradford County

i Mrs. Paul Bridges returned last Fred Guy will leave Wednesdayfor HospitaLP. known ,as-LouIse Bohn King deceased 8/21 4t S/i I; Telegraph shall publish this Orderin
late of said ,County to the next: four weekly issues.
C.IN THE NEWSMrs. I week from a six weeks trip a ,short trip down the east P. Woods is visiting his County Judge of Bradford County la Circuit Cart Bradford Oaatj. Witness my hand and official
I through the Northwest and parts coast, stopping at Ft. Lauderdale, daughter, Mrs. A. B. Walker, ini(I Florida, at his office in the court Florldat In Chaarrrr. 'seal at Starke, Florida, this July
house of said County at Starke, Suzanne M. 29, 1933.
t 1.1I' 'of Canada. and Miamir Savannah, Ga. I l"Iorlda.ithln eight calendar Robert K. Holt Holt Defendant.Plaintiff vs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs

I Mud Sewell of Altha is spend- Mrs. Dell Colley and Mrs. Daisy Mrs. Wilma Dockstater and months from the time of the first Case No. 995S Clerk of said Court
Annie Laura Neuner of Mrs. A. I. Sasser of Monticello, I I publication of this notice./ Each I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
and ing three weeks here with his Perryman were dinner guests Fri- son Billy, returned yesterday from I. claim or demand shall be in writ- Order Of P.llli'atloDad Notice: Alan C. Winters, Jr., SOS Graham
visited Mr. and Mrs. I. P Mr. and Mrs. Miles
Tampa Dewey Topp..arl State Of Florida
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and day evening of Mrs. A. M. Sieg Elmira Heights, New York where ing, and shall state the place of Tut Building. Jacksonville, Florida.
I' Shepherd, several days ast week. son, Gene, of Marianna spent residence and post office address of Robert K. Holt, whose residence Attys. for Plf. 7/31 4t 8/21
Mrs. Mrs. Cecil Sewell. and Miss Pat Sieg in Gainesville. they spent the summer with rela- the clalma'n, and shall be sworn to
with :Mr. and
Their Friday guests were Mr. and seyeral days ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Ensign and Mrs. Richard Fowler by the claimant, agent attorney
Mrs. T. R. Jones and son, PJiea off' L P. Shepherd. Mr.,V. V. Sasser tives.Mr. and any such claim or demand not
family spent last weekend in and children and Mrs Ruby Collins .
Orange Lake. and daughter, Mrs. Frances Hunter and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and *
Fitzgerald, Ga. with his mother, spent last week at Clearwater family spent the weekend ,in TTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTT.TTTTTMourning
and Mrs. Velma Grant and son, '
f' W. A. Stern and Beach.
Mrs. Docia Vickers. Auburndale with relatives. Fay How to
of Monticello Sun-
Stern returned home Monday aftera Alfred, spent
Mrs. Ned Yancey and children Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner and Lawson remained for a longer s.'WM
day with the L P. Shepherds.
day'visit with friends In
spent last weekend in Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell attended I visit with her uncle and aunt, :Mr. /
r Abingdon '"Va. Flynn Jr, who Is con- Your
They were accom- and
:Mrs. Yancey's brother-in-law the state FFA rodeo in Inver- I and Mrs. W. M. Lawson. b..at
, nected with the Bureau of Nar- "
panied to Abingdon by Miss ,Nell
sister Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield -
George ness Sunday. I Friends of Jerry Lawson will N@.I or
; Combs who was Miss Stem'sguest cotics with headquarters in Tampa. 4
CpL Lewis Haynes is spendingtwo be interested to learn that he has "SEltS'
; for two weeks. is spending two weeks here with ( :
Mrs. Joe Turlap of Chicago HL weeks at Camp Gordon Ga. been sent to the Sheppard AF/; ."" ..
Mrs. }:. E. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeB. '
Jones and Mrs. her
Sr was the guest Tuesday of Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville Base ,'n Wichita Falls, Texas for ',;\
R., E. Jones, Jr. and children were Flynn. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and spent the weekend here with her five months' schooling in airplaneand 1. -

visiting In Douglas Ga. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hazen and Mrs. Ned Yancey, enroute to San- brother-in-law sister, Dr. and I engine mechanics. Jerry was -

,Mrs.- C. C. Shepherd and children daughter, Sandra, of Jacksonville, ford.Miss Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mrs. I previously at Williams AF Base ,

of Tampa were overnight former residents of Starke, are Marilyn Wilcox and Mark H. H.Adams returned Mon- in Chandler, Arizona. His pres- I II

guests of the L P. Shepherds on spending this week at Klngsley Wilcox in, of Tampa spent Wed- day after spending two weeks at I ent address is: AI2C| Ewell Law- II I J .

their way to Griffin Ga. Lake. nesday and Thursday with Buzzy Stu. I
: San Antonio, Texas with Dr. son, Jr., 3767 Sqdn., SheppardAF 4GIVE
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb Mr. and Mrs.. Steve Simmonsand and Lu Green. iLex Adams who is stationed at Ft. Base, Wichita Fall, Texas. :7' :
bad family are "'enjoying two Green, Jr. spent Saturdayat ," ,c \ a
.as guests last week Mrs. H. Sam Houston for six weeks. Mrs. ; !

P. Moye of Orlando and Mr, and weeks _at Daytona Beach. White Springs visiting the Adams was met at the Jacksonville {' :<

Mrs. Guy Trawick and two children Mr., and Mrs.., Martin Land and Mark Wilcox family. He was airport by Mrs. Vernon Silcox. NOTICE: OF PROBATE ,

and Mrs. J. W. Trawick of sons spent the weekend in Savan- accompanied home by his sister la the County Judge' Court Bradford -
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Stallings,
Macon, Ga. nah, Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. Levis Miss Lu Green who'spent from County State of Florida.
White accompanied by their two sons, Estate of Louise Bohn also Known After.
to Saturday in
Land. Thursday .
Mrs. E. F. Cain of ,Atlanta, ,Ga. ,Tom, Jr. and Harry, will leave tomorrow as Louise Bohn King, Deceased .y
Springs The State of Florida, To All PersonsInterested
Mr: and Mrs Leon of
returned Wednesday after spending Callaway for Camp Weed near Car- In the Estate of ..adDerrdrnti
Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Haynesleft i
some time with her mother, Palatka were guests Thursday of weeks'vacation rabelle to get their daughter, THE DAY AFTER A FIRE
night for a two notified that
Sunday You are hereby a
Mrs. Martin Land.
Mrs. ,Fred Leonhard and Mr. Mr. and in Boston, Mass. and Melissa and Kay Rowland who written instrument purporting to be ., if you weren't insured .
Leonhard at Keystone. Heights, Mary Carol Gidding,returned to have spent the past two weeks the Last Will and Testament of said you'll either lose home
New York. While they are away decedent has been admitted to pro- your or
and Mr and, Mrs.. Blake Jackson her home' in Jacksonville: Sunday there.
bate in said Court.
Mr and Mrs. Charles R. Oakesare spend your bank-roll (if
and Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Jacksonall after a visit;)with, her: great: aunt Mr. and Mrs. 'R. R. Turnipseedand You are hereby commanded within ,,
"staying with Haynes'children. ,
are lucky enough to have
'Mobney the five six calendar months from the one)
of Starke. Mrs. A. past I
children, Dickie and Benny, date of the first publication of this rebuilding.
weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns of Columbus, Ga. will arrive Mon- notice to appear in said Court and
I show cause, if any you can. why the
Virginia JeanDarby is spending spent last week at Biloxi, Miss. day to spend a week here with action of said, Court in admittingsaid

PHONE 218 several days this week with Sylvia They were joined at Biloxi by Mrs. Mrs.' Turnps! 'ed's mother, Mrs. Will to probate should not Obviously, it's much better to HER ASPANKI
stand unrevoked.
Paulk at Crosby Lake. Burns' brother and sister-in-law, Carrie E. Adams. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Theron A. Yawn be insured. Call on us today.

Mrs. R. W, Mills of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. Prentice Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and County Judge. Bradford County,
COLONIALFLORIST spent Saturday with Mr. and and her brother-in-law and sister, son, Jimmy, of Tampa spent the By Betty A. Phillips i Clerk.

Mrs. F. F Flume. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ward. weekend here with Mrs. Hoppe's First publication on August 21,

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Osborneleft parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur- 1953. 8/21 4t 8/11 H. C. WALL

children of Lake City were guests Thursday for Houston, Texas den, and sisters, Mrs. O. L. Beas- ,

Sunday of Mrs. Ward's mother, after spending ten days here with ley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. AGENCY

FLOWERS Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs. Osborne's parents Mr. and Miss Florence Brown, who has :NOTICE TO CREDITOR

Mrs. R. J. Davis returned Fri Mrs. A. Wood. been attending summer school af Phone 146 I
t : In the Court of the County Judge, ...Yesa spanking new attic,windowor
For All Occasions day from a trip to Fanner City Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Larry- F. S. TL, is spending her vacation Bradford Count, Florida la Pro I. 200 E. Call Street
and Carla, spent her mother Mrs. M. F. bate. kitchen fan! "Blow" her to cool
and Chicago, HI. While In Farmer more daughter here with In( re: Estate of Louise Bohn, also i Starke
City She was the guest of Mr. last week visiting relatives in Brown. known as Louise Bohn King, De and comfortable

(j) and Mrs. C. M. Cleek. Enroute Plant City, Tampa, and St. Peters- Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mrs.A. ceased.To All. Creditor and Persons Hat AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA\ nights days with

home Mrs. Davis visited her son- burg.Mrs. Z. Adkins and Mrs. J. E. Wilson Rcddy-madc breezes. (And incident

!in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cora Brooks of Tampawas returned to their respective .
I tally a cooler home won't be hard
Leonard Smith, at Munson and the guest last week of her homes Sunday afternoon after I ,

; DISH GARDENS another soninlawand ,daughter, brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and .I'spending two week in West Jefferson FREE FREE FREE ,f' for you to take, either.) Here's the

POTTERY Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis at Tal Mrs. T. Frank Landrum. She was I N. C.

a lahassee. accompanied home by her niece I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson JO Gal. of Gas Given AwayBy good news:
POTTED PLANTS Mrs. R. J. Davis, spent Tuesdayin Frances Landrum, who .have returned from a two weeks'

Gainesville with Mr and Mrs. spend this week with her. vacation spent at Clearwater Cumber's Gas StationSATURDAY

Flowers ''YiredAnywhere Milton St. Peter Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Williams Beach and at Spring Lake with L Q
in Daytona Beach J. Jr. BEFORE XMAS? IT WILL HAPPEN !
Mrs. Maurice Edwards and spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. Epperson

daughter, Carolyn, spent Tuesday visiting their new granddaughter, Dr. and Mrs. Mark Adams and 50 gals. of gas to be given away. 1st signature gets 20 gals. 2nd

Nona St. StArke and Wednesday in Jacksonville 'Donna Marie Bryan. family of Perry and :Mrs. Betty signature gets 15: gals. 3rd signature gets 10 gals. 4th signaturegets VENTILATION

where Miss Edwards was under Lt. Col. and Mrs. James A. Strohmeir of Jacksonville were 5 gal.

observation at Riverside Hospital.ALVAREZ' Griffin entertained at an informal guests last Thursday of Mrs. Carrie With every 5 gals. of gas purchased at GUI ER'S GAS STATION A modern exhaust fan will cool your

dinner party Saturday night at I E. Adams. And on Sunday S 1-2 miles North of Starke on SOI, you leave jour signature entire home for a few pennies a day. .

I their home at Camp Blanding. Mrs. Adams had as her guests Every Saturday at 81'M. there will be a signature selected or you can install an air conditioner ina

Men's Clothing I Their guests were: Gen. Gentry !!her son and daughter-in-law, Mr, for the 10 gals. of free gas. All signatures are saved for the room or office for about the price of
| STORE I Col. Ralph Cooper. Major i and Mrs. D E. Adams of Jackson-
[White, final selection. Drive for '
Established 1894 'and two miles on GUI ER'S free gas. Lastweek's a good refrigerator!
and Mrs. Charles Rigel I ville.
.l and and lucky signature, HOWARD HAMPTON, Lawtey, Fla.
qhjldren) all of St. Augustine I Mand: Mrs. Adolph Gay ,
aesrrr.nr..vrs, .nv'Yvtrv..ws Nasworthy of I(family Sunday afternoon at A MESSAGE TO MY "'
Mr.. and Mrs. C. H. spent FRIENDS AND NEW Ax

Starke. Sunday dinner guests of .thE Jacksonville zoo. ACCOUNTS: Remember- r

: CoL and Mrs. Griffin were Major I Lex Green was a business visitorto I am now prepared to take care of your needs in the''li .

STARKE' H 'Ge n.and: Mrs.'Mark V, Lance of I, : Atlanta, Ga. last Friday and e welding, brazing- burning, and electric welding. OIL is Best '

St. Augustine. Saturday.Mrs. Bring the job to me or I will go to the job. My guarantee
and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. James T. Stewart of Key-
RADIOS SERVICE !will Dr.move September 1 from SantaFe stone Heights is spending two prevails.far re-weld.The job must hold or else it costs you nothing For HEATING HOMES a K

Lake to one of Mrs. O. L.Haynes' weeks with her mother, Mrs.Margie. .

cottages on Water Street Colley, wnile her husbandis JOS. H. GUMBER t&

Reasonable Guaranteed Service will make their home. at Camp Stewart.Mr. ( | FLORIDA
where they Formerly the welder. at Ed Prevatt's Garage raahead POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr. and Mrs. R. H. Barbour of

On All Makes Radios or TVIF and daughter, Clair Jean, spent I Tallahassee have as their guestat -- ,

this week in Laurens, and Ware their cottage on Kingsley Lake .

S. C. Mrs. Robert Harvey of Jackson, I
Sholes, II
,Alton Dobbs are
'Mr. and Mrs.

w ; NOT GIVING YOUSATISFACTION spending two weeks in Annison Miss.Mrs.m Bill Sapp will spend this I in

Ala., where Mr. Dobbs is holding I weekend in Jacksonville visiting -- i

revival services in one. of the relatives.

." Baptist Churches. Carl Carter of Daytona Beach after this .
Call1984VAtOnce every way ::
j Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch re- was visiting his uncle and aunt

turned Tuesday to their Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Williams, I

Lake home after spending two last weekend. demonstration!
228 E. Call StreetFLORIDA Next Door To Nasworthy's ; weeks at Jacksonville Beach as Friends of Marion Harringtonand f.

guests of their son-in-law and C. W. Slade will be interestedto You're "sitting pretty" y!?

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. learn that they have been invited :
behind the wheel
Durden. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan by Gov. Dan T. McCarty to I figured on paying about $200 more :- ; .

Richarde and family of the State attend the Second Annual Teen- Take this Bel Air model. First !:

Farm, who occupied the Ritch age Safety Conference in Jack- thing you'll notice is the quality !- for a new car until I discover .y,

cottage the past two weeks re- sonville on Sept. 11 and 12. of the interior. Rich-looking '3'
all t that Chevrolet I offered '
turned to their home Tuesday. Mrs. Maude Mott and Mr. and 4 :appointments. Roomy seats me r ; :

Frances Durden o* Jacksonville Mrs. Harvey McCarthy and chil- with foam rubber cushions. /u '. py 3 :,

., Beach returned home Tuesday dren spent last week at Jackson- Turn the key to start the engine .;;fir ,/ .

Dedicated To Community Serv.ic.e- after spending several days here ville Beach. 7 and you're ready to go. ;x .4
ry .
Movie Are Better Than Ever"If with her cousin, Linda Johns. Phoebe Green enlisted in the

Judge and Mrs. G. L. Patten Marine Corps Monday and left You can see all around ;
find concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
you your name and returned Satur- for Parris Island S. C.
son, George, Tuesday '
, cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. day from a two weeks' vacation 1 for eight weeks of basic training. You look out and down y.- ,., ;
through a wide, curved, one-
spent at St. Augustine Beach. Michael Gilhooly is at Ft. Jackson -
.. Aug. 22 ONLY Wed., Aug. 26 ONLY piece windshield. The panoramic ,,.. ,.
While Judge and Mrs. Patten were S. C. for two weeks' training
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE rear window and big
away Mrs. Patten's mother. Mrs.E. with the 3016th Rec. Center,
Last Riders 1 SEE VAST u.s. crra -Z><**Z side windows provide a clear
Pony .
i E. Canova, stayed with her son Gainesville; Fla. ad ;l: ;;'
view in all directions. .
With Gene Autry VANISH BEFORE j_'. and dau hter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite returned --

ANDKansas 'YOUR EYES! "" t L. A. Canova, on Kingsley Lake. Tuesday from Johnson City Tenn. 4
get more
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. King and where they attended a the Kite power .

t CityConfidential Brucie Thomas of Jacksonvillewere I family reunion.Dr. on less gas _

visiting Mrs. Mae Edwardsand and Mrs. W. E. Middleton That's because Chevrolets two j yl

afrafrstus Mrs. Fay Gill on Monday. and Miss Madge Middleton will great valve-in-head engines are
John Payne and Gray .. z
...s.a:..* r.a.e Ca1It Doo 0'IIriIr s.....,W
Pius "Southern Pride Rabbit" Cartoon out wins.fMteil I).cart JW2WIK m*rows SIeIIa.wrMkru9f.oats Mr and Mrs. W. T. Gill and spend this weekend in Hortense, high-compression engines. In r' .

-wfru waTuastwcwe.Pius" sons, Tommy and Sammy, are Ga. visiting relatives.Mr. Powerglide models, you get ,
and No. S SerialC
Chap. 'Fowl Weather" Cartoon visiting relatives in Perry this and Mrs. Carl Roberts left the most powerful engine in 1 II lot less gas. That's what you that Chevrolet offers just about

L. COOPER week., Saturday for a week's visit in Chevrolet's field the new115h.p. j ll1_ get with the new Powerglide everything you could want. Yet
Miss Shirley Colley returned Holland, Va. They were accompanied "Blue-Flame." Gearshift )
MRS. W. J. EPPERSON, JR. I cull automatic transmission.There's it's the lowest-priced line in the
Sun.. Mon., Tues Funday to Washington after en- I by Mr. Roberts' sister, Mrs.J. models offer the advanced 1111 1 no more advanced automatic low-price field.I08h.p .

August 23. 24, 23 joying a week's vacation herewith J. Holland, who had been visiting Thrift-King" engine. transmission at any price.
Thur, Fri. Aug. 21, 28 her mother, Mrs. Margie Col- here. 'Combination of PovtergMe auto

3 DIMENSION ley. She was accompanied as far Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welch and Biggest brakes for And it's thelowestpriced malic transmission and 115-hp,

4c as Jacksonville by her mother and son, Dewey, and Jlrs. M. O. Nelson smoother easier'stops I .line "Blue-Flame" optional on
her sister Mrs. James T.:Stewart I and son, Frar: _ie of Mobile, Ala. It's heavier for "Two-7en" rhyme;, models at
An easy nudge on the pedal A demonstration will show you curd cost. .
and her brother, Jerry Colley. were visitors last week of Mrs. better readability

Friends of Mrs. J. F. Houser I'!E. J. Flynn. Mrs. Flynn and her brings smooth,positive response
imYou're in for a pleasant stirproved
will regret to learn that she fell i guests spent most of their time -right now! Chevrolet's
prise at the smooth, steady, Let demonstrate
brakes the
are largest
Monday and hurt her hip and will i at the Flynn's cottage on Lake
big-car ride of this new Chevrolet
be confined to her bed several Hewitt in the low-price field.
i all the
i II I I One reason is that, model advantages
days. I i I Mrs. W. D. Faxon and Donna

I r, r c Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Edwardsleft .;:Dee spent a few days this week in ,-,r for model,Chevrolet will weigh of buying a Chevrolet now!
to 200 than
Wednesday for a week's va- :I[Lake Wales with Mrs Faxon's .- o up pounds more
the other low- riced
l WARNER BRas:II1ZIK( FUTUU r rst cation,at Raleigh, Bicoe. and Sea- I t sister Mrs. D. P. Durden. ;;;, cars. .

IX WARNER COLOR ... grove, N. C. where hey will visit I I Mrs. George Flynn is spendinga r1 1S
w relatives. few days this week with her > You get greater getaway
Theatre' 'Opens Sun UO P. SL' IULM HU Bl fEIHESTON. t r
5 Complete Shows Misses Judith Ann Ray' and daughter, :Mrs. Huston McClane, with the new Powerglide* MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLET! THUf ANY OTHEi CAR1 I IA

I ftEM IH11'SlIRUHS'n.tKIR l Derylene Delp of Monticello were at Kingsley Lake. __ lot finer performance on a
Moo Tues t
Opens 2:40 PJI. .-%JERRY HOPPER guests last week of Judith Ann's I firs J. R. Chasteen and son, J.

4 Complete Shows s..ea CHARLES UMXJUS WARREN uncle and ,aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Roy, and niece, Sandra Stith. and
oaf t M 1 t IoIJ a r....ttieat II arernaarew I
,at Merrill Edwards. Mrs. R. J. Davis spent Thursday

7Sfc Children 29c I -*' Mr.: and Mrs. C. P. Cowen celebrated -I at St. Augustine Beach with Mrs. TORODE CHEVROLET
Glasses, Taxes Included Mrs. Cowen's birthday anniversary Chasteen's parents, Mr and Mrs.H. .

SEE FROM THE BEGINNING Plus "Red Hot Riling Hood" Car Sunday at a family din- 1. Brownlee who are vacation-

Plus News and Cartoon toon ner party at the home of Mrs. ing there. PHONE 111

Cowen's uncle and aunt, Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell are STARKE FLA.BRADFORD .

Mrs. L. L. Renfroe. I spending tea days in Saluda,N.C.

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dence sad address is: Unknown on or before the
You are hereby notified that a 8 day of September. 1S5C:;:
suit for otherwise the allegations of said
vacating of final decree and Complaint will be taken as con f
EARL other relief
(' fessed by you.
has been filed against you In the This notice shall '>e published
above named Court and cause and
once each week for four consecutive
you art required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading: to the weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
complaint on the Plaintiffs graph.
Attorney Daniel A. Japonr. 315 Dated this 4 day of August, 1:'53.
Guaranty Life Building Jacksonville (OFFICUL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ;
Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court. E
:and file the original In the officeof By Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
: the Clerk of the Circuit Court 8/1 it 8..S:

.,rS ,

UP $ I

!: eb y fir. s, Y azA MONEY T0101H TO 700

Groceries. Meats. Feed : iz d :;;1hCONFIDENTIAL

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1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North I Pictured above are spectacularscenes -wax statues. Lovejoy i-: cast as I sflssrflssnflflflssfl
from "House of Wax", the 'House Of :
Wax'Coming To Florida .the police lieutenant in charge of
Phone 339-J first third-dimension film to be y tracking down the maddened kill- Prompt Friendly Service
shown In Starke. It will ,
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED open have the leading roles. pears to collapse, in their faces, er, .and Miss Kirk is seen as the I" 1' I '1'1'" ,_

Specials For Thur..:., Fri., Sat., Aug. 20 21, 22 Sunday at the Florida. Theatre fora The Florida Theatre has been I and will doubtless be dodging a gifl who seeks to solve the

three-day run.Employing busy this week installing the. spe- I cauldron of molten wax that seems mystery of the House of Wax. STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO.

MAYPOLE (Guaranteed) the Natural Vision cial screen and other equipmentthat I to spill over in their laps. The The terrific fight scene, which

3-D process, which is said to produce is necessary; for the projec- illusion of depth not only has an climaxes the drama, begins Inl i Phone 160 In Canova Drug Store

Ib print hag $ .79 a true three dimensional ef- tion of a 3-P movie. The start- amazing and novel effect but a the upper floor of a wax works

FLOUR 25 i fect, "House of Wax" tells the ling new effects are said to give life-like quality never before at- dealing in stolen, corpses and con-I '

story 6f a manturnedmonsterwho audiences the feeling that they :tained on the screen. tinues .into its ghostly subterranean -,

collects real people and con- are> right in the midst of the Vincent Prices portrays the I passages, reaching a peakof MOOINGLOCAL

verts them into wax figures in action in progress on the screen. monstrous human being who ter-I excitement in the wax cauldron

JIM DANDYGRITS HEINZ his museum. Vincent Price, In "House of Wax" the audience rorizes an entire city by murderingand I and the dark chamber of the j:
Frank Lovejoy, and Phyllis Kirk will see a blazing balcony that ap- then molding his victims into 1 I weird museum. I --

BABYFOOD YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYiHAMPTON business calleijs in Gainesville to the C. L. May house recently seal of the said town to be here- OR Dependable
I unto affixed this the 5th. day of
Tueday. I vacated by Mrs. May Sweeney and August. A.D.. 1953. LONGDISTANCE EconomicalR. 311
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Green, son I daughters.Mr. (OFFICIAL SEAL)

ANY KIND and daughter ,and Jesse Dyer of : and Mrs. Wesley Halek ATTEST: J.Carl-Wainwright Johns. City ,Clerk Mayor B. Alvarez OR

by Mrs. Win. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Wabash, Ind. are visiting Mr. were in Sanderson Sunday to at- Dated Aug. 5, J953 8/7'St 9/4 Agents For
LbPgk | Green's sister, Mrs. Joe Forsythand funeral of Paul E. Green TRANSFER AND 250-J
5 43 J or19c. family. Monday accompaniedby tend the I-., Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEARIB Comaty. Dekher Bros. STORAGE CO.

I Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wadsworthof Mrs. Forsyth and Mrs. John Sr.Mr. Florida IB Chanter.
and Mrs. E. :M. Prevatt
Mary T. Bradford, Plaintiff, vs.
Bunnejl spent the weekend with Knight visited a brother, Sid
entertained at a family reunion Clark M. Bradford, Defendant. STORAGEPerrrman
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Green of Palatka. Case Xo. 939&ott"e"
at their home .
BLUE ROSERICE and hamburger fry \ To APp.....
Wadsworth, on Sunday they call- Mrs. Minnie Johns spent a few I between Hampton and Starke on To: Clark M. Bradford whose

Ibs ed on Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- days and over the weekend with .i Monday evening. Those attending i 265 residence, Penton and Tenn.address Is: P. O. Box Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, FloriifaSTARKE'S
25 61C worth and family Gainesville. her daughter, Mrs. Ellis Thornton
I were: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wynn You are hereby notified 'hat a
Mrs. C. L. May, daughter Mrs. .and family in Starke who ha and family, Mr. and :Mrs..Claude suit for
Robert Cox and Mrs. G.'P. Wads- been ill with the mumps. Divorcehas
Prevatt and family, Mr. and Mrs.C. been filed against you In the
BLACKBURN I worth shopped in Gainesville on Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dyal and M. Ritch, Mr. and Mrs..Jimmie above named Court and cause and
Thursday and called Mrs. Mrs. Bruce Roark and children you are required to serve a copy of
o- May Ritch and daughter all of Starke SAVE with
your answer or pleading to the
No. Jar Sweeney and family. were in Gainesville Saturday after. and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Padgettand complaint on the Plaintiff cjt
5 49CS. Attorney Willian D. Morgan,
SYRUP Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boco and noon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Padgett of 507 Clark Building Jackson- ,

Mrs. Keys Winchester, Ind. and Mrs. Henry Brown of Miami.Mr. I I vine Florida Mutual Insurance
and file the original In the orflce of
were recent guests of Mr. and Cedar Keys were recent guests of and Mrs. Grafton Adkins of the Clerk of the Circuit Court onar

W. Mrs. Donald Keys. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and Miami and J. E. Adkins have returned before 31 day the,of August. 1953,

Mr. and Mrs. Sasser recently family. from a two weeks vaca- otherwise the allegations of said
Ibs visited their brother-in-law R. L. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McIntosh tion in North Carolina. Complaint will be taken as confessed PANNED llDnC O LYIUTUAL
SUGAR 5 39C'Procter by you. UVnnCK DftUO.
Mott who is a patient at River- have returned to Hampton. Rain prevented me getting all This notice hall se publishedonce ) AGENCY
side,Hospital in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade, Sr., week. each week for four consecutive
around this
I way weeks In the Bradford County Tel':
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gentry of sons Vernon Jr. and Donald and eraph. Shop Before Buying -.. Compare These Savings
Pompano are visiting Mrs. Gen Mrs. Fannie Meads attended the Dated this 25 day of July. 1953.
S ALE I E try's father, George Saxon and funeral of Paul E. Green Sr. at Clerk of the Circuit Court .
wife.Miss Sanderson Sunday. Mr. Green By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 7/31 It Cleric 8/21 CLASS I

Louise Adkins returned was a brother-in-law of the Slades

Friday from a two weeks trip to and son-in-law of Mrs. Meads. Florida IB Circuit: IB Conrt.Cbaneery.Patrica Bradford. Coaaty Public Liability only $$29.50

Georgia, North and South Caro Miss Barbara Matcnett spentthe I by :Marian Norman1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Lee Kelly Mill..rd. Plaintiff
I weekend with Miss Connie vs. Eugene Fredrick Millard, De-
; 1 I Una. fendant. Driver's License Can Be Revoked If Your Are Involved
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins were Sweeney of Gainesville Case rco. 9955
83Cr The Harry Baker's and childrenof Keith Reddish, accompanied by Order Of Publication and Notice To In Accident Without Liability
29C his grandmother. Granny Carmi- Appears State of FloridaTo
i 4 Crystal Lake were Saturday : Eugene Fredrick Millard
.I i chael, left Monday for a visit with
of the William Hammond's. whose residence and address is:
t guests relatives in Tampa. Unknown. SAVE 20% on AH Dwellings and Contents
i ATTENTION Chester Searle of Crystal Lake You are required to appear on
.. called on his grandparents, the Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Gaskinsare August 31, 1953. in the above named SAVE 15% on All Business Property

Wm. Hammond's on his way to visiting relatives here. Jimmieis Court and cause, wherein plaintiff SAVE 10-2070, on All Cars & Trucks
:IVORY SOAP, Ige 14c gt. ]Ige If You Have seeks divorce and restoration of
month's leave from
the weekend at the Naval enjoying a maiden name. Bradford County
spend SAVE 30% on Garage & Service Station Liability
IVORY SNOW 72c 29c
the Air Force. He will Telegraph shall publish this Orderin
Chesteris duties in
DUZ.. gt. 72e Ige 29c Station in Jacksonville. next four weekly Issues.
TIMBER TO SELL a Naval Reserve. report later for overseas duty. Witness my hand and official seal
JOY,gt 77c Ige 32c at Starke. Florida, this July 28,
'Per. IVORY, 4 for: 19c i ,PINE OR CYPRESS Charles Manier. son of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach and Mrs]1953.

P&G lOc I Louise Mauler, returned home Ted Shultz of Jacksonville were (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.DarbyAs Conner Bros. Insurance AgencyDOYLE
DREFT. gt. 77c Ige 32c I Small Tracts Clerk of said Court
'I Large or last week after spending the sum- weekend guests of their mother, By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk .
LAVA lIe Mrs. Delores Carmichael. Zach R.Douglas. 505 Lynch Building
gt. Ige We Buy All mer near Tampa. .Jacksonville, Florida. CONNER LUCIAN CONNER
Mrs. C. O. Hutchinson of Jacksonville -I Th; Oscar Carters have returned Attys. for Plf. 7/31 4t 8/21
SPIC 'N SPAN 79c 25c OXYDOL, gt 77c Ige 29c ,.
PAY"fOP PRICES called on her cousin Mrs.' home after a vacation spentat NOTICE-TO APPEAR Representing some of America's Highest Rated Com

Med.IVORY, 3 for 27c .IVORY FLAKES 31c Raleigh Brannen Friday after Hot Springs, Ark. I. Circuit Court. Bradford. County, panies, As Rated by Alfred M. Best, America's Leading
J. M. Rosier, Mrs. Florida la Chancery.Eva
Mr. and Mrs.
Viola Lindgard. Plaintiff, vs. Insurance Authority
CAMAY Bath: 121-2 reg 9c J CHEER, gt. 77 Ige 29c noon.Miss Jessie Mae Brannen of Ruby Gaynoe and children, Grady Paul Lindgard, Defendant. PHONE 285
I Write Call Delores Case Xo. 9710
or theJ. !and Glenda Varnes, Mrs.
Bartow visited her parents Kotlee To Appear.
YELLOW ROSE (With cup or Vase Free) J, Brannen's over the weekend.Mrs. .I Carmichael and daughter, Sandra To: Paul Lindgard. whose resi -

Lbs : :M. B. Layfield was a Sun- and the Ancel Norman family en-
FLOUR 25 $1.87 1 1U. BITHOMASLUMBER day guest of :Mrs. Rosier and :Mrs. joyed a fish fry at the home of

Jones at Sampson. the latter last Friday night.
CO. Arthur Gaskins, who is stationedat
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams
Ft. Jackson, S. C., visited his TRADE NOW-and
S. NO. 1 WHITEPOTATOES and son Howell are spending
the. Wade Gaskinses, last
0. Box 735 vacation at Kingsley Lake. Mrs.

10lfa 33C STARKE, FLA. T. F. Brown is filling in at the weekend.
Post Office. Mrs. Ruby Gaynoe, Grady and
Glenda Varnes, and Marian Nor-
Twenty young people of the man spent Sunday at Jackson-
Baptist Church pleasantly surprised -
ville Beach.
Willow Ruth Hammond on Archie Carmichael is in Tampa
Friday evening honoring her 13th visiting Mr. and Mrs. Freeman

Meat I Let Us Thoroughly birthday. A weiner roast was Crosby. While there he is helping f N r
Specials. held on the lawn at the Hammond .
Mr. Crosby with some carpentry.Mr. .
Wash Your Clothes home. Willow Ruth received
and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and
and useful gifts.
many nice sons visited the B. J. Eggers
Mrs. Cleo Mew of Jacksonville m
9 Pounds family in Jacksonville recently,
spent the weekend with her sister,
and the boys stayed for a fewdays'
(in quarters) Ib For 40c! Mrs. R. F. Dyal and husband.Mr. visit. ,
OLEO 19C : and Mrs. Percy Griffin of h 'sr l
Jacksonville spent the weekend
with their father, Walter Griffin I, J. Wainwright. Mayor of 4r
and cousin, R. F. Dyal. Starke, Florida, by virture of the
SWIFTS SMOKEDSAUSAGE authority vested in me by law, do
Mr.: and Mrs. Charles Gaskinsand
hereby call an election to be held
Ib boys Jimmy and Tommy of at the City Hall in the aforesaid 1
We Will town by the qualified voters on
33C callers in
Palatka were pleasant
Tuesday September 8, 1953. for the
Dry Your Clothes town Saturday evening. purpose of electing the following.
Recent guests of the D. W. officers:
Swindell's Mr. and :Mrs. E. J. FOR
Luce of Palatka, Mrs. Oldsby of TWO YEARS

Lb New Automatic Driers! Jacksonville and Mrs. Irene Cros- TAX ONE ASSESSOR CITY CLERK.AXD TREASURER.TAX COL-

STEW BEEF 15' by and son, W. C. of Plant City. LECTOR OR TWO YEARS.
TWO ALDERMEN FOR TWO Dedgi! Corond V-EfiM 4-xx Wool!
i Mrs. Ed Jones, son Basden JTKARS. I
daughter Violet and brother Lon- Inspectors of said election:
Ray StoneF.
nie. Chalker of Tampa were recent G. Hemingway to the Car with
The Washeteria guests of the Wiggins family. ,,. M. Edwards

Ib :Mrs. D. W. Swindell spent L.Mrs.M.Pearl Gaines Burnham Big August Savings Lower Your Cost!I -Wins Us class,
49C Temple Ave. StarkeMTMTTVffTTTTTVTTfTfTT WilliamsIn
Thursday afternoon with her sis- T. S. MobUgas Economy Run
testimony whereof. I hereunto
ter, Mrs. R. G. Wimberly of subscribe my name and cause the
i Orange Springs.Saturday I Now is the time to take advantage of high trade-in allowance Tops all 8't,

CHUCKSTEAKMST evening guests of :Mr. for your present car on a high-powered, high. MobiTgasEconomy Run

and Mrs. Wiley Williamson were I FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S performance high-styled '53 Dodge.It .

WHERE TRAINING AND Mrs. L. D. McCulloch and son.. Sets new records,
may never again cost you so little to take this wonder
39CALL Luke, L. U. Williamson and familyof
EXPERIENCE COUNT Theressa and :Mr. and Mrs. W. fill step. Your present car is getting older., It will depreciate AAA Performance Runs

If you need a truss or surgical F, Tucker and son of Live Oak. JUST ONE in value as winter approaches.Now is the time to act! Wins Beauty Awards

.. 1 support, you cannot afford to Mrs. Garner Studia left Sunday FRIGIDAIREMade Only Dodge brings you such a great record of achieve. Academies of
MEAT l+! 3 Design
f a I
---Yf take a chance with your health, afternoon for a vacation in Penn only by General ment. Step up to the Action Car-at prices that start

Ib by being Improperly fitted. sylvania.Mr. Motors Corp. All other below many models in the lowest-priced field.
WEINERS 33C and :Mrs. Frank Hicks of
Here at Canova PrescriptionCenter Jacksonville Electric Refrigerators are -SPtcilkoliaos a.d.qupno.f tukjtft to Aa.g.witkoul M/K..
spent Sunday with
1 we have trained tech made by other companiesand
their parents the G. C. Cox's.
I nidiBs both male and female, cannot use the word

FRESH D & DFRYERS to serve you.Remember returned Robert and from Mary spending Batten a week have Frigidaire. dependable D 0 D G E V-EIGHT OR SIX

Lb your health and with their aunt. Mrs. Myrtle Lee

49CI comfort depend on expert at St. Augustine. Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE

Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCul- .


the C. L. May house to the Section THEN SEE

I house vac:ted by the Coalsie

I MnEIT Lb 25c' PRESCRIPTION PHONE 4202 CENTEI 'Rigdon's.Mrs. Jessie Chastain and son, E. H. SMITHTenth I HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

(Near Hospital) Carlton are both giving their

I j homes a new paint job. aad Temple Ave.
Gainesville Fla.AkAAAAAAAAAAjAALAAAjj.
I! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox have Starke, Fla. PHONE 69 GOO Temple Ave. STARKE, FLA.

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DAY were Mrs. C. C. '
ADVENTIST CHURCH Dees and children of Haines City, __. _:'. ... .'.__ .. :: = .-r... ;

and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews, of
Services each Sabbath in old
Jacksonville,'were Wednesday and
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab-
f Grace G. BighornAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Thursday guests.
\ bath School 2 p.m. Preaching
Rev. S. F. Beard left Sunday SUPERDUPER FOOD VALUES
each second and fourth Sabbaths
r night for a two weeks visit in
3 p.m. Elder llostert, pastor. Recent Bride Honored
,Greenville, S. C. and Harriman,
Bible Study each Thursday 8p m. Mrs. J. T. Taylor, the former I Tenn.

,1.. Presbyterian Church At The TabernacleVisitors Everyone welcome. Mary Friday Jo Green night, was of complimentedon last week The Brooker Baptist Bible. School ...."...""_..

1\ which closed Friday was a huge
'f Junior Choir practice will be at the Sunday morn- PENTECOSTAL. HOLINESS with a miscellaneous shower.'given
success. We'd like to
I i held Thursday afternoon, Aug. ing service: in The Tabernacle included CHURCH at the Community Center. Host
for the and -
20,' at 3:30 o'clock. AU 'young Mrs. C. R. Lawrence of Sunday School 10 a.m.: esses were Mrs. Tom Markey, splendid work cooperation ::::::. .
of the following for makingit ::::::::
Morning Service
, people between the ages of 6 and Keystone Heights,. Mrs. D. S. 11 a.m. Miss Lubedia Pinholster, Mrs. "such an enjoyable one; Mrs. -== .
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Reddish Andrews, :Mrs. Leslie
Pa., and
12 attend.
are urged to Lawrence of Springboro -
Howard Douglas, Miss Ann -
Prayer Meetings Wednesoa; Green, Mrs. R. H. Green Mrs. I =
Services for Sunday, Aug. 23: Mr. and Mrs. E. L Johns 7:45 Mrs. Lester, Mrs. Roy Green,
pjn. Saturday nigltFAITH -
W. E. Hodge. Mrs. M. F. Wigginsand I -
Sunday School 9:45: ajn. Morning Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. Wilson Green. Ii i Mrs. Lloyd Barry Mrs. M. C.
1 Worship 11 &.m., sermon topic Johns played a number on BAPTIST CHURCH ;Harrell, Mrs. Levine and sons of
"A Time for Decision". 'Evening her portable electric organ and a L\WTEYFL.\. Various games were enjoyed :Melrose.We r..o RW.f
Worship 8 pjn., sermon topic Smith. with prizes awarded to Mrs. Har-I I Howard
solo was sung by Mrs. Milo had a card from the
, "John Calvin: Leader of Ref rma- Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- mon Morgan and Mrs. Wilson vacationing with
Walts who
Jennie Thornquest teacherof I I are
tion". Mrs. ing 11 a. nu & 7:30 p. m. Midweek Green. The guest of honor was 'their families In Cassadaga, N. Y. Y//////M.-

I The Women of the Church will the Adult Class, conducted the service Wednesday 7:30' p. m. presented with numerous and I'They are having a wonderful time, Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat., Aug. 22

,meet on Tuesday, Aug. 25, with Bible study in the afternoon. A. E. Massey pastor. lovely gifts.Refreshments. 1 and expect to be home soon.

{. Davis Preceding the evening service of punch, cake,
Mrs. E. } presiding. We, the Jr. Bighams, are just Low Prices
Mrs. E. Y. Berry sang a solo and CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTLATTER sandwiches and mints were served
Prayer Meeting on Wednesdayat Brook- 152 Gall
home from five weeks at Street
W. B. played a violin number. DAY SAINTS by the hostesses. I
7:30 Leviticus 16-20 will Everyday -
p.m. Lake. wonderful and
Services each Sunday in old Masonic Kenneth Mott and Huey Crosbyare lyn It was
be studied. Adult choir practice St. Edward's Church Hall on E. Call St., Sunday expected back today from we had a grand time,,but we are Specials Too Slarke, Florida
is scheduled for 8
I p.m. School 10 a. m., Sacrament Service Greensboro, where they have, been all glad to be home again! We I _ _
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. 6:30 p. m. Everyone welcome. spending the past two weeks i shared our last week there with
J St. Mark's Episcopal Weekday Mass 7:30 a.m.ChUdren's visiting the L. B. Crosbys. my brother and family, the Ben'

Rev. Raymond,. E. MacBUia Class Saturday 11 CEMETERY WORKING Miss Lubedia Pinholster has Guests of Paducah Ky. Only wish CHASE & SANBORN
a. m. returned to her home after visit they could have been with us the
There will be
at the
N Schedule of Services Keystone(Women's Heights dub) Sapp Cemetery on a working Tuesday, Aug. ing for several days with relativesin ,full time!! --zYOU'LL C 0 F FEE Pressure Packed Lb Can '
25.: All interested persons are LOVE Ute new Ester
9:45 ajn., Church. School 11 Sunday Mass 8 a. m. urged to come, with tools, pre- Pvt. Harry Edwards Has returned brook purse-size fountain pens la .
un., Morning Prayer do Sermon;I Confessions. before all Masses. ,pared to work.NEW to Ft. Jackson, S. C., after pastel shades. Only $%.31 at BradFORD '
6:30 p.m., Young'People's Serv- I spending a week with his mother, COUNTY TELEGRAPH.

ice League. Church ef ChristCorner YYYTTYYTYTTTYYTTT Mrs. Lottie Edwards. Harry, Mrs. FamousSHORTENING
Edwards and Mrs. Eva Harrell
HOLY COMMUNION1st 10th and McMahoa spent one day fishing on Silver
Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:31 % RIVERMaxine Lake with W. S. Sibley. SAWSCut Lb Can
7:30 *.
.. aja.FRIDAY P.M. Mrs. Frank Finney and sons JEWEL L 3 61C
I AndrewsAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtLt Faster CfeoMr, EasierYou'll
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Bruce and Stevie, of Frederic Md., ,
7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. are visiting at the home of Mrs. time and effort
8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. Bible School-10 A. M. Mary Green. We hear this family save
Mrs. Vergie Raulfcrson of Lake when your saws have been
might be calling Brooker home in
I sharpened on our precision DONALD DUCK
Church of God HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHTIIERESSA Butler was a recent visitor of the the near future. machine. All teeth are made
Guy Parrish family. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hendry of .
uniform and accurate
Sunday School 10 e.in. Mom Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preaching Beverly and Mary Ellen Green Mandarin spent last Tuesday just like QuartLIBBY'S ,
Service 11 a. m.; Training new.You'll SALAD DRESSING 31C
lag Worship 11 a.nv Evening visited relatives in Jacksonvillelast visiting the Russell Greens and be
Service 7:30: p.m. YPE Service Union 1 p. m.; Evening ServiceS week. Mrs. W. M. Lawhorn.
pleased with
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting p. m. Gene Andrews and sister, Mary S Beverly and Mary Ella, daugh our speedy
7:30 p.m. Thursday. "A church earnestly contending L., with Misses Andy Webb and ters of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green, service and
I Lacey for the Faith which was once delivered Kay George of Jacksonville, spent arrived home last Tuesday froma I with your easy
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng unto the Saints.Jude Sunday with their parents, Mr. ten day visit with relatives in I cutting saw.
Worship 11 a.m. 'YPE Serve A welcome awaits you. Jacksonville.This .
.3. and Mrs. Chester Andrews.
ing Saturday 7:30 p.m. 1 'Merle Packman pastor. past week has been a full L 12-Oz
Palen Colson of El Pasco, Texas CORNED
one for Mr.,and Mrs. 0. W. Barry. 43C
who has been visiting in Brooker, All New Equipment
Sunday visitors"were daughter Jo
spent several days with his niece ,
Ella and family of Starke (theJ. I CALVIN JOHNS
Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, and Mr. Wig- .
, E. Hardys), H. D. Lynn, of 465 N. Water St.:
RRSTBAFDSTCHURCH ,gins. Lacoochie was a Monday visitor.
Mrs. Della Thomas, who spent Land O'Sunshine Plain or Self-Rising
four months in Ft. Myers with her I ryyyyyyyyyyyTyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy*

\ Starker son, Lucian Thomas, and family 4 Lbs Lbs

... 'I' < II I I Mrs.is back Reddish'home Andrews with her, and daughter family., : NOW. 4 4 4 FLOUR 5 37C 10' 73CI

.* > '- REV LEWIS"* D. HAINES*" Pastor Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby and 4 4
f 4
mother, Mrs.Rhoda Dowling, Don- COMPLETELY 4
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Mrs. .4
nie Crews and Jon Lazenby 4

,Phones Office 234 -Pastorium 130 spent' last week with Jon Lazenbywho 4

. I1II T,," I" IIII has is stationed been hospitalized in Mississippi.Jon for the. I I; Air Conditioned. 4 4 I, STOKELY'S Grapefruit ST ARK 1ST Lt. Meat ..

11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. past few weeks. -
Sunday Sermons: oiIIoiII
Miss Cozette Sapp recently returned I FOR THE JUICE CHUNK TUBA
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. to her work in Washington, ''I oiIII

Midweek Service Wednesday., 7:30 P.M. D.with C.her after parents spending, the her E. A.vacation Sapps.Mr. I I E CONVENIENCECOMFORT Oz Can No. 1-2 Can

of 46 21C 1 29C
Clearwater and and Mrs.Mr.Roe and Bryan Mrs. Ray !I OF .

Crawford of Lake Butler visited "
friends in this community recently.Mr. -- -' ,
Hear Pastor Bob Gray Speak in Both I '. ." .-
and Mrs. Z. W. Hamiltonand OUR
Services these Subjects CUSTOMERS
Sunday on : mother of Brooker and Mr. .
.- 11 A. M. "CHRIST THE t,and daughter Mrs., Maxine H. R., recently Andrews attended and- = Gr. 'A1, Fla. or Ga. Dressed & Drawn Whole

4 GARDENER" services at North Pleasant .

t f. 8 P.M. "WHY I BELIEVE j i Grove Mrs.Church Stafford at Santa Crews Fe.and Mr. E .:i I FRYER S LB 49C

'y ; ,,Hodges have been on the sick list E THE : ,

I II I You'll especially+' not want to miss this service Sunday I l = 1

Nite. Come and bring your Bibles! STATE FAKWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA |I Guidon Grill .F!I CUT-UP FRYERS LiArmour's 53C

First Baptist Church Hampton I

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Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Geiger of GEO. '"
Bible School 10 A.M. B.TU.: 7 P.M. : --- -'
Jacksonville spent Friday night
"Hour of Power" Wed. 8 P.M.
Star Gem Spring
"A Going Church For A Coming Saviour" and Mrs. W. Atwood of Tender Sliced Genuine

Jacksonville spent Saturday afternoon -

with Mr. and Mrs. P. S. LAMB LEGS

Tuesday afternoon John Crewsof NOTICEOUR
YOUR EYES WILL BE OPENED Lake Butler visited his nephew,

P. S. Crews and family.
LB 59C
To Present Day Satanic Delusions! 1 Last Thursday afternoon the : LB 49C
Waldo Pringles. along with the
P. S. Crews visited Mrs. D. L. MEAT
THIS WEEK'S SUBJECTSThur. ,Shaw in'LaCrosse. CURING While They Last

i! Pat Kucera returned home and .
., Aug.. 20-Tampering with Heaven's Constitution! is back to work at Stumps in -' .-- '-.. .. '-. -. '
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-Who would dare vilify God's'Government? i t_Starke after two weeks at Camp AND

-You must hear this for yourselfFri. .Immokalee near Keystone as an I II I

., Aug. 21-THE QUESTION BOX instructor in boating and canoeing. COLD STORAGE OUR OWN FAMOUS
/ Sabbath Questions given Bible answers! Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera and PLANTWill

Sun., Aug. 23-What and Where Is Hell? 1 children, Pat and Brian are lookIng -
forward to an enjoyable weekend 69C
-Hear what the Bible teaches about this .
subject at New Smyrna Beach.I be open to take care of your meat

I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwrightand ... '
Tues., Aug. 25-The Seven Last Plagues children spent Sunday at Fern- in the efficient ;:< :

-Where and on whom will they fall? I jandina Beach with the B. W. same manner and by thesame SUPERBRAND ,i"; :..., ,
Tuckers. Mrs. Leona C. Edwards :
i TRUTH FOR TODAY TENT10th ,of Lawtey accompanied them. competent curing means as for the
and Walnut Sts.. Starke Mr, and Mrs. Albert Yarbroughand Lbr

I children of Gainesville were past ten years. Will open on MARGARINE 19C .
I visiting their parents Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Yarbrough this week-

,end. The Albert Yarbroughs and SEPTEMBER 1ST .... -
mother, Mrs. E. J. Yarbrough
I I spent Sunday in Jacksonville visiting FRESH RIPE CALIF.CANTALOUPES.

Free TankITH the John B. Johns. Mrs. SALT CURE
Johns and children accompanied For

i k them home to remain a !ew days 2- 45C

t with the parents. On Monday And SUGAR CURE
I another son, William Edward and
family of Gainesville visited the
I ,
Yarbroughs.Mr. I I
and Mrs. W. E. Feagle's Your
niece, \ Appreciated
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Elliot

ANY NEW GAS RANGE and children of Dade City spent I Cans
Saturday and Sunday here. '1 ORANGE E JUICE 7 99

M. J. Collins' daughter Mn. i
Mildred Slusher and sons, Leonard

hire and Kenneth to spend of two Lynx weeks.Ohio are Starke Ice Co.

Slade Gas Co. Saturday and Sunday }[r. and .
Mrs. Don Tilley of Jacksonville
7-2 Gallon
visited the M. J, Collins. ICE CREAM 69C
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Collins :
PHONE 121 STARKEr and children of Lake City moved 1
I I to the State Farm on Monday of -- -- ...
I this week. 1 .. _, I
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,AUGUST %1. 1933Emg
: 'Lie that I will devote full time _. -- .. '
Livestock Loans.No Available. my -- .
ensY w Band To '. _. -- -- 'C" ..y 1;:::< _'O Have Concessions Building (to the duties of this office and > ... .. .. -- .. .1IoJO''1fI; "" :>;...
; Through Farmers Home Administration Office will serve the public courteously

'and efficiently to the best of my
Emergency livestock loans livestock income to be paid on the The. Bradford Band Parents Association needed, and aU :;contr.butjons ,will- abilities. Your vote and support I SCHOOL

;. authorized by recent legislation GovernmEnt loan. has announced plans for, be appreciated. Contributions will be greatly appreciated. -

are now available to eligible farmers The Secretary of Agriculture a concession building to be constructed I can be sent to Mrs.. Moore secretary -Sincerely

and ranchers in Florda w. adjacent JO the football I of the BPA, at the highschool Size 1-6
the Farmers Home CHILDRENS Reg. 1.00
has designated L. F. (Monk) Dinkins
T. Shaddick, Farme.rs Home AdnilnLstration field. The concession, which office:

State Director, announced I Administratlon .as the agency to should be completed by the opening Gibson. stated the purpose of

this week. handle this emergency credit program football game, Will be operated the concession building is to make FOR CITY COUNCIL
I am a candidate for City Councilman .39c
These loans wID be made to and has made Administrator by the Bradford high school band, the band more or less self-support- of the City of Starke in DUNGAREESGIRLS

,established producers and feeders R. B. McLeaish administra- and profits will go to defray certain tog and eliminate soliciting of the regular election of Sep, 8

of cattle, sheep, and goats, pro- tively responsible' for it at the expenses such as ,Instruments funs. and will appreciate your vote and
records of instrument repair and to the
vided they have good Contributors concession
national leveL However, all loans active support. If elected, I will
have a reasonable other equipment.At fund ,thus far 'are F.
operations, : Register &
f show appreciation by serving 1-6X 1.00,
the special my Reg.
'a chance to succeed and are unable must be approved by a meeting last week, T, T. Son, W. H. Graham, A. J. Thomas you to the best of my ability_and

1' to obta.\ needed credit from other livestock loan committees ap- Long, president. of the Band par-!I Sr", 1. A. Canova, S. E. Simmons, working for the best interest of i

sources to continue their normal pointed by the ..Secretary.To ents Association presented the' C. H. Nasworthy, P. D. Reddish, our city and its citizens. '

operations. Such loans will not serve as a temporary statE: plans for the concession building A. J. Thomas Jr., C. S. Sewell, ---George Kopelousos DRESSESCHILDRENS 9c

be made to carry on commercial special livestock loan committee ,which will be' of concrete or masonry Lacy and Ken Conway,' F. J.

feed lot operations, to refinance Benson has'' constroction. J. M. Edwards Shaw, 1. J. Green, T. A. Yawn, FOR CITY CLERK

existing debts except for pay- for named Florida th ,following Secretary: William T. I local contractor, will erect H.. A. Lawson, Charles A. Darby, I wish to take this opportunity\

of current Incidental bills ; ,the building Ewell Lawson J. R. R.
went Director, Farmers Kelly, S. to announce my candidacy for re-I
or to enable a borrower to start Shaddick Home, State Administration; H. G. II Various members of the Association Johns, Gene Long, J. R. Bulli g- .election to the office of City Clerk,:' Reg. 1.99

livestock operations. State Director of Extension -i'I have been soliciting funds ton, Torode Chevrolet Co.. Carl Treasurer, Tax Assessor, and Tax $ 3

Special livestock loans will 'Clayton, and W. B. Anderson, for the concession, and, through Roberts, C. A. Futch, Bill 'lundy, Collector in the coming election. .

bear five percent interest and PMA Committee, private contributions and also O. 1. Linsin, E. L. Matthews, September 8. 1953. Having served
Chairman, SHOESUSE
may be made for periods up to committee was\some organizational contributoins, Mack S. Futch, Everett McKinney, in this capacity for several years
I This temporary
three years. Borrowers will be enough has been raised to start Titus Olson, Joe S. Starling Alton I feel that I am qualified to render -
order' to speed up pro-
expected to repay the loans as I named in for as- the building But, assistant piE- Dobbs, Slade Gas Co., and L. T. to the Citizens of Starke efficient -
of applications I
cessing cipal 1. H. Gibson said more is Crews. :
soon as, they can. Each loan must sistance. and courteous service. During -
be secured in the full amount by the time I have served as City

the personal obligations and available Application forms may be ob-off I Local Cattlemen Lunch Room Workers I Clerk I have at all times worked SENSATIONAL VALUES"/

security of the borrower.'I tained at any County Office To Consign Calves Attend Short Course for the welfare and advancement

The Government will not require the Farmers Home Administration oil of our City in all phases of pro.gress. Regularly 5 a 10

present creditors to subordinate or from other established lenders For Feeder Sale Ten members of the school lunch I earnestly solicit your

their liens, but borrowers will be in the area. They may be filed program from the Starke area active vote and support to the S

expected to obtain standby agree- with the local county FHA Super- Several local cattlemen includ- were among the more than 600 coming election. I' '

ments from their present creditors visor or directly with the state ing Doyle E. Conner, Felix Sapp attending. the state school lunch -Respectfully Your,

10 they will have a chance to work special livestock committee. and Frank Landrum are planning' training program at Florida State Carl Johns .4

out of their difficulitIes. Also, The, FHA Supervisor serving'I to consign calves to the' sixth an.. University August 27. OUR:1'i 1II. \

present creditors must be willing the Bradford Clay, Nassau, Duval, nual feeder calf sale to be held in Sponsored by the school lunch FOR 'CITY COUNCIL : \ i
for a portion of the borrower'sW. I am'a candidate for City Coun': 1 A
division the Florida State De-
St. Johns and Union County area I Gainesville starting August 26. of Gilman in the coming election.
partment of Education, the program .
is C. L., Currie, Box 803, Starke, Brahman sale will be Wednes- Sept. 8. If elected, I promise cour- .g % ,
consisted of films lectures
C. T. U. Fla His office is located in the day, Aug. 26; Angus will be sold and demonstrations in the prepara- teous, cooperative sane, and sincere LAY e

"I" SAID TilE TEMPERANCE 'Brownlee Building. 102 S..Thomp- Wednesday, Sept. 2; and Herefords tion of better and less expensive service. Your vote and sup- ? ..St4A
will be sold on Friday, Sept. 4. port will be appreciated. Respectfully -
MAN "STROSGLY OBJECT TO son St.. Starke. meals for school children.

THE CUSTOM OF CIIRISTEN- Regulations governing the cattle Highlights of the program included : %
-So E.
INO SHIPS WITII CHMIPAGNE. NOTICE accepted for this sale are very addresses by Dr. Doak S. Sparks ; Ti2.vWAY

." "I DO "'T.; REPLIED Registration for music lessons much the same as previous years,I Campbell, FSU president, and .

THE OTHER lL"I THINK will be held Monday, Aug. 24 I with no bulls and no registration State Supt. Thom D. Bailey. VE

TBERJS A TDIPERANCE through August 29. Louise papers accepted. Crosses of all Attending from this area were:

LESSON IN IT""IIOSv Stem, 208 Lafayette St., Phone breeds will be sold but all cattle Maggie Glisson, Minnie Johns, 100 % KILL

CAN THAT BEt"' 21 -W. sold must show a definite char- Ida Mae Burney, Myrtle Jones, E.Itm

"WELL,, IMMEDIATELY AF acteristic of the breed in which Alice Jenkins, Mildred Lawson : '
sale to be sold. ,
.TER HER FIRST BOTTLE OF LOCAL CALLS UPPED they are Mattie Gresham, Ruby; Cooper, aU i1 I

CHAMPAGNE, ,THE smp Effective September 1 all local Earlier sales have produced good of Starke; and Flora Mae Butler

TAKES I TOV MiD phone calls at ay stations will results with prices consistently and Nan Moody of Lake Butler. IOACHES..ATEI.UCS.INTSSPIDElS

STICKS TO.lT EVER AFl'ER." cost 10 c nts. The increase was holding a few cents above the go- ,SCORPIO. MOTHS

recently authorized by the State ing market prices at the time of MOSQUITOES e SILVERFISH
(THE SPOTLIGHT.) ( MULL tllulFf m 1147
Railroad di Utilities Commission. each sale"Tag POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS I TICKS FLEAS

On .pr.rilC lilts ..Ib! i

I I Sales Show Paralyzes i.studr! I I

I =(HL \" '1I.f 1I[ m.\11.1E (hI(1 I\, FOR CHIEF OF POLICE Nsa-pisuns-u.plelelr area" pets,eves doles' !safe I I I

UP. Trend Here I SJill..1! ,4.rltu!
--- 1 am a candidate, for Chief or

TOR REN ::--Unfurnished house In- FOR RENT-Furnished cottage redecorated Police of Starke. If YOU elect me Ask your grocer!
_Quire at'Bus Station. tt inside modern con- Auto .and truck tag sales in II to serve you I promise courtesy,
venvlences. 1 block from school
LET J. D. GOO. lB. Adults US lc1laho'\e, Phone Bradford County so far this year consideration, and an impartial ko4cEXrt

CATTLE DANDLE AND TOUR HOGS 188-W." Mrs. A. F. Sauls. Uehg1TOt.R I are only 156 short of the total performance of the duties of the W. CALL ST. STARRE, FLA.

3,715 sold in 1952. office. It Is my hope to expand .
SALE: I > .
Un Gaises.Ille Oak Eatll Each Wdae"a7 Frday 'owx YOUR OPPORTUNITY OWN STORE"TO I The total stood at 3.559 at the the athletic and recreational pro- -$" .,,. ....:-'-.- ".: : -"" :--.. .- -.. -- -
Become one of the more than !,iOO end of July, J. R. Kelly, tax .collector gram for our young people, and I -
RADIOS REPAIRED financially Independent owners of I co-operation is solicited.,
profitable Western Auto Associate reported this week. your -
All lIake. AU )(..el. Stores retailing'famous. national. Total sales are now 105 ahead of Herbert Thomas
Yea..aakle eurSH gaaraate.lCHAIL Iy-adnrtlsed brands of auto sup-
C. SHEPHERD I piles. bicycles, radios and TV, the same time a year ago, when
fU W. C.II It. It."II. Pili. 1St sporting goods borne appliances, the figure was 3,45-1. Total sales FOR CITY CLERK ., .iY..oH .:',
.'.. ": ; "'J' .'
< 'r,3'Ny.
etc! for of this year
July 132.
I'I were
IV ANTED-G duate aurae 01 Good locations avaIlable In Florida. I
hereby announce
licensed practical for general Georgia and South Carolina. No For July, a year ago, sales were my candidacy
4l1ty. Doctor's cHple Hospital, experience! needed. \Ve train you I 95. for-the office of City Clerk, Trea- tl.4 s
101 W. Call St. Starke, FIA. U In successful, tested and proven t< n
surer, Tax Assessor and Tax Col-
merchandising methods. Minimum I Ot the total tags sold last year, :.i
FOR SALE t" x I" z 11COD- cash Investment of $10,000 2,629 lector of the City of Starke t ,
Block 180 uC'h. ,Plenty of, were tags and l,08 .
crete _
needed- Florida to
subject the will of the
Mortar Mla and Cement.Brad..' Write us, for complete Information I I were truck tags. So far this year, ,
ford EngineeringCompany. Phone voters in the City Election of
today. 2,563 auto
-U tags and 996 truck tags
If. 11'1s3TF.RY AUTO Dld.I.SUPPLY. "CO.fS"kulerale .. have been sold. September 8.. I have been a _resident .

FOR SALE-cedar Chests size 34 of Starke since 1932 and
:3rd Street
GO F. :
In. IonIC, $!T.50 .ach. One 40-ln.all Ja'kau.'II1", FI.rida feel that I am well qualified to
I remodel Ethel Lamar
long cedar chest $35. Griffis I.
kinds of old fIIrnlture. Otis Pkuae 3.1421; !! administer. the duties, of this im-
"chI' S/
Adams, Sr.. nt. 1. Coney 21p Road'lISi, Miss Ethel Lamar Griffs, 23, portant office If elected I prom- .d
Starke. Jo'1a. died 9 in I
FOR nEXT OR SALE=Two story August a Jacksonville i I IIL
FOR SALE __ 00.000 Missionary frame house; 10 rooms, 2 baths, 1 hospital following a brief illness. r.
strawberry plants on new ground; block from town. Located on E.
also some Fla. 80'.. Sell by bed. Madison St., Starke, o'la. Reason- Surviving are her parents Mr. FILL DIRT '
Rodman Underhill 4iy mi. out M' able ierms. A bargain for cash and Mrs. Ruffin Griffis of Lawtey: ,?;f.J?
Raiford Rd. Up 8/U Write or phone Fred Guy. 99 E. three brothers Herman and Eugene -I I\
University A\'e., phone 3101. GOOD RICH ,q' -- ,
FOR'SALE-8.8 acres farm land on Gainesville. Fla. 4tshg 8/1 Griffis, Lawtey, and Richard !q 4 _
graded road behind Joe's Grill Griffis Jacksonville; four sisters'
north of Starke. Will sell cheap. 4-rm. One
Writ. E. C. Taylor IU. 3. Box 51il. 3-rm..' apt, both nicely furnIshed. ,Mrs. Mary Cersey, Jacksonville, 1/
Gainesville Fla. t1)-II/1 Elec equipped. Shady lawn. 1 rol. I Mrs. Agnes Pugh, Ft. ,Worth Texas -

OTICE-t am the new Stanley S.\LE-58 from bridge a.,, 30 Fessent In pecans.Rd.15-rm.For Miss Louvon Griff.is and MisS! See ;

dealer. An'oneIn need of our house with apts. 4-rm. cottage layard. Lois Griffis, both of Lawtey. %
products or wishing to give a Rented. Shady lawn. large Funeral services were held Tues- BILL JACKSON A < drde
Stanley Party contact Mrs. Alma modern barn. Building lots on A' SliOftef
Johnson, Rt. 1. Box U, Starke. Blanding rd. & others. Mile from day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the
StP-8/ZS Can St. bridge. EE'iiSent rd-1Irs. Long Branch Baptist Church. Interment Jackson Transfer Company "ys br 1 rt. '
1.. M. Wynn, Itt. I, Box %-C. E. I 'rA 7y..b y
FOR RENT-Apartment at t03 S. Starke tfchg was in the church ceme Phone 165 .. .
Thompson. No children or pets. I tery. i ... i ------ '
Close In.-Mrs. J. Thornquest Surrency. Thompson St. between I Deluxe Cab 'Ford Cab Forward shorter 'of I
2tp-821[ 11'abhington& 10th. Also at West (extra tat) wheelbases provide shorter
End Grocery. 10tp-/11 '/Uustraled turning cirelee. I mplify
dnving in oonge ted &leU!
1 have for sale one two bed room FOR SALE-O-arre farm 1'J ml. NE
how-the Ford C-600. I
home and one three bed room of Lawtf'Y. Bearing pecan trE'es. DHlglI d 'Of man DvM" per
borne, In Town modern con'enlencel. -Ed May, Gen. DeL, Lawtey G.v.w.16,000 lb.., G.C.W. 28,000 lb.. Built to fit
!. good locations. Also one ltp-S/U bodieI from 7i to 17 n. long! Famaua Y-8 power 1 1Try ;
modern home just out side of 7J"IT J
Town together with one acre of ,
land on Rll'hway. School and Mall
Route. You can buy either of WANTED

these build homes Can be cheaper shown than by appolntmeDt. you can- RADIO the all-new shorf.turn Fords I

Phone %!4-\V. E. W. Hayes. SALES LISTINGS ca Dwel1IDIt"
Up Farms Ra.'II". Lots. Lake
Fret Pr..pertl.f'rea"e.. Has.iae.s AND
TWO WAITRESSES WANTED. Daytime PrvlH'rtl.. aced Business M ,
work. Apply Herb Thomas I.,estmeats.Whst .
Restaurant S. Starke on U. S. :SOl.Itrhg. YI-hs !
!: kale you te af'lIl I will appreelate i.
seer husiaess sad "III trucks I

LOST-Between Jacksonville Ocala highway and Hampton'on two' ....('.,,,..f'rIff. Ie S-hf'possible you tae. best sale .America's easiest-handling

Armstrong linoleum rugs. It .
found notify Blocker & 'nlpseed A. J. THOMAS _.
Furniture Co.. Ocala, F1a. 2tp 8/U I and Service
i ,
FOR SALE-T n0-4 ply tires 204 T"lIiplf' 'n. Telepk.ae 214 for'53
Cheap. JoIra, R. H. Parker Hampton H.r"'f'. FI.rlda I II 22-1 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida F M REVOLUTIONARY NEW FEATURES in Ford .. \
Fla Itp I ) .
FOR SALE-HanlS tooled Western i get ;lob. clone fast-help save more money every. mile, every hour!I 1Ve've ;

saddle U" tree, U" swell fork 'c, transmission in ;
MAX-With wanted
double rigging P. 0. Box U.Starke. part or full time, to call on .- \ got 'em now! The trucks Synchro-SiJent t
FIA. Up ers In Th'adford County. fHm-I' that are breaking sales records every model-at M extra cost!
ful opportunity. nO to $20 In a w nation-new Steering column shift on all 3-speed I
FOR REXT-Fln room unfurnished day. No experience or capHal requlred. : HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT --w straight across
apartment !In Lawtey. $40 per rmi1lent.: Write toda.1 l w p Ford Economy Trucks! With over transmissions gives paasenger-car I
month. Call UU or write Mrs.B. FordonUJlic and Over-
shifting ease.
Gibson Starke HoteL lip Freeport I1L tp-S/n 301 1-2 MILE sou'rxRegular 301 190 models to choose from-
available in all-tonnen at
I ranging from Pickups to 55OOO-lb. drive R fI
FOR SALE-Small boat It Intuellt- FOR S.\l..E-1IJ..olonar strawberry Weekly i G.C.W. BIG JOBS-you'll find the' worthwhile extra cost! I lI
ed call :614 KeYlitoneor see MfIII. I
Agnes Lawrence Keystone lip plants"on thlulland.-Pett'new ground.Griffis.by nt.bed orl 1, Meals Specials I I i one right truck for almost any job I Drop into our ahowrooIDI today

Heights. Box U. Grlftl& Loop, Starke i Fountain Service name in this allnewstep into the all-new Ford Truck I

FOR S.LE'hamb'rl table top gas 6tP1S'I I brand-new Ford Truck line! Driverized Cab-you'll discover
range $100) : Side arm gas hot i t
water heater $1$. Coldi'pot refrigerator LOST-August Uth In \o'"nl.-.wn. SPECIALSUNDAY .. Ford Trucks now offer widest comfort and visibility you can'tNew I
Starke Lake 'utl..r: Ladies ; He"om.fae4" cola redvce &Ivw htts 1
$20. Ice box $1. Ice box or in other trucks!
$10. Perfection kerosene cook white cold wrist watch with .<-I+ curved,0ne-p eC8 windahields 55% bigger. choice of transmissions in history! get any t 1 f
stove $5. Six fear baby crib 815.Mrs. pa"510n.bracelet.. Finder please return DINNERSTHOMAS New 4 ft. wide rear windon. New fullwidth.fiiil.
Jennings corner of Bay and to 1Irs. D. Eo KnIght. Up adjustable seats have
Jefferson SII Phont" %':1-". UC'htr,

FOR 1tE..T-3 room furnished apt, ,VALUABLE-One piece BCSlXESS:00 ft. frontage PROPERTY 14.566 ac. FORDENOMYTRUCKS I IANDREWS sI
private bath and I room furnlsn- tII!. One piece 151 ft. frontage
ed cotuce. W. R. Townsend 3000. Located on :01 North edge
Townll.uda Store Kitgliley Lajte. of Cltr. 50' X. E. Uht St. Miami


room unfurnished modern bouse. FOR RE.'T-TVo"o bedroom furnlshf'd -'
State exact location and rent de- hOIla.e on North Walnut SL ask
aired. Write Box S3.D, Starke, for George at Coney bland Apts. OPEN 24 HOURS
F1a. Un No. t. Tenth and Church Stl'. UPWA'TEDGood I
FOR Re.'lT-Lar fllrnl"hl'd bed. sober relish mu-; !
room private entrance with' kitchen tied man with car for all white
rlvUeCtB. Mr,. I. D. Green,} established Inlluraar" Debit In WRECKER SERVICE
Raiford Road. itchg Starke.. Starting salary $IS per t
week plus ("om mission. Write C. 1i
bedroom house. J. Phillips P. O. Box 133 GainesylUe i
FOR RE.-Two PHONE 211..J 1
InquIre William Sllox. 14< mliesoutoo Fla for.appolnlml&nt. I .'. FLA. Madison & Adams Sta. Phone 118 STARKE FLORIDA .I

Old Bl&ndlng lOad; Ztr .,. -' : tIp 8/281

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