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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 28, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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VOLUME SE\'E."TY-FJVE STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1953 NUMBER SEVEN
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I Mayor, Clerk Sign Bonds

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And the rains came .. A semi- had begun to back up in the Fr .In a letter dated know that I can count on you
sunshiny day greeted water-logged sewers. He added, however, that # :, Governor Dan 1tcCarty vigorously enforce all other

Starke Monday after a weekend of there was no danger to the sewer N ford County Sheriff P. D. laws of Florida in the
Water stook 18 inches across Scare UN o..w\aD I
deep a. :
.iguNsy
'rain and more rain No official system unless there were several .. to "keep in close touch of your duties as
Cl'ffk between Starke and Sunday afternoon In the wake of
Keystone 'aucre could be found in this more days of the heavy precipita- Attorney T. E. Duncan of Bradford County
.a torrential rain that reached flash flood proportions In the East :I t ceed with
accurate in
locality for an measurement J' prosecution Sincerely,
,Starke-camp Blanding area Soon after this picture was taken, traf- I but It is estimated that tion.There were no power Interrup-, ; y t ter as expeditiously as Dan McCarty, Governor

'tie wu re-routed by State Road Department.r about six Inches of rain fell In tions, according to City Hall and I The Governor's
the Starke area'during Sunday'8 H. A. Bishop, Jr.. telephone com- A in reference to the recent a statement to the Telegraph

.ki4 ? ijy downpour here.Everywhere pany official, reported no damage -Y y lof a federal wagering State Attorney Duncan

there was plenty ol to telephone, facilities. Bishop,. mat to a resident of that he would not give out
the stuff Californians call "liquid who is also a county commissioner County.On Information at this time as

sunshine', as Telegraph photos on said that in his district (South August 20 Sheriff what I action would be taken by
this page indicate. Starke) water covered the road on office: except to say that he

r 'I Residents on Kingsley Lake esti- Griffis Loop in 13 different places Mayor J. R. Wainwright and sty Clerk Carl Johns (above) were wired the Governor been in communication with

TJ'Y : mate the lake level. has risen about some bridges were under water, elbow-deep in bonds this week, as they affixed their signatures to gladly make case Governor and that, of course,

[two feet since the beginning of and several washed entirely out. $120,000 worth of City of Starke four per cent Utilities tte\'enue and statute here. Your would be taken in due

"operation deluge". .. Strangely enough, the little com- Sewer Revenue bonds. ciated.." This was in I .
A
) z Farm'lands in low sections were munity of Heilbronn missed most the original telegram Reddish stated that he
: I The bonds, each of $1,000 denomination, were delivered to purchasers -
inundated, but County Agent I of the, rainfall. To verify reports Governor to Sheriffs ready to carry out the Gover-
this week Clerk Johns. thousand dollars worth '
George T, tele- by Eighty weremailed Florida counties instructions at any time con-
I Huggins reported that; of this unusual situation a asking
to a Des Moines, Iowa, firm Hassett-Seu Co.. of
purchaser
furnish a propitious by the State's
t I crop damage was negligible He phone call was made to R. L. Red- report of
I I said that the ground just In dish, who owns a store at Heil- same, and $10.000 worth were delivered to the other buyer, Florida had been taken In .

.' good condition' and that the bronn. He said it was "tolerably Bank at Starke. the enforcement of the Action In Du\'aI

!cloudy weather following the big dry" out there, and as he recalls Revenue from the sale of the bonds will be used br the City of ing purchase of a Duval, County 43 of the H

rain has helped in preventing they had only a light sprinkle Sun- Starke in street paving and sewer line extension projeds. prima facie evidence of stamp holders have been
scalding. Complete text of the on the basis of their pur-

Jack Trawick, county health officer day.The Jacksonville weather bureau letter to Sheriff of stamps. The 44th pur-
It's That Time
said that during the height has reported an all time high of Againi Johnny follows:: was reportedly out of the

of the rainfall, water was draining almost '13 Inches of rainf' I' in due to serious illness in his

I into the Sampson Lake drainage that area so far this month. School Sob We Mean Dear; Sheriff Reddish: .
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well at the rate of /5.000 gallons Previous record for August was will acknowledge 43 waived their right to pre-
l'oung'emon Bins plays with toy boat In the middle of later 1 your telegram of I
.per minute, but, even so, water 1 around '11 inches. hearings Wednesday and
road oft WJtbway; 16 (old lilandingroad). Lying between two ponds, porting on your 'sctivity bound over to criminal court.
,road disappeared entirely. Meters ,-.Ie sure to scrub behind your ears, Johnny, and put Ot. to enforcement of the I were released in the same

IParking Have Yielded $23,508 your best behavior. That day of days dreaded by some, ling stamp law. I they posted after their arrests
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(f_ i:2fi:2f happily anticipated by others will soon be here. Yes, the you to keep in close weekend raids In Duval

I In First Four Years 01 Operation school bells in the 12 Bradford County white and negro State Attorney T. E. hd $1..000 for the "prin-

schools will be ringing out for aU the Johnnys and \Iarys, proceed with who bought the stamps

J t'J I Those pennies and' pickles add law suit by)local business men who, come Monday, Aug. 31, and County Supt. H. P. Morgan ex- matter as expeditiously $500 for "agents" .

I I up fast! sought unSuccessflllly, to have.the. peets some 3.200 students to answer the call.

Jfi l I Since parking meters were in- citr enjoined from going through" i If you live out 'on i bus route_ Taxi Driver With
l ,. stalled in Starke sway back in June with the deal. Many predicted 'one of the county'S 23 busses will of school, Johnny. The county Peddling

q'r of 19-19 they have averaged. yield-!I I that the meters would drive prOspective pick you up and carry you to has had to add 10 more teachers

.i ing the city almost .S6.00p ,an- customers ,to, other un- school- But you can't sleep late .to tM school system to take Care

t tt .y S', ot ft nually, metered towns. The city dads anymore. You've got to get of increased e1rollment. Among Obscene ; Under Bond
4---t-; To be exact,'the tlrent" of park. malttained. however that the aboard that bus in time to make the newly-added will be another

t inlt' privileges In the business di$. meters were needed, not so much it to school by 8:30. That'a the supervisor, Morton Alpren, and A local taxi driver bond was set at $100.A .

1 tract here has yielded a grant &I a source ot revenue, but to help time school will be taking in on a county music teacher, Miss Eva Gatlin who was search of Gatlin' car reveal

-J-- -y ; L4s I total of 23508.14 since meter# regulate 'traffic by eliminating j the 'first day and every day after Henderson. mod\ charged with half-pint bottle obtaining moon-
were instaU d. This figure is double parking, and also dis! that. If you don't want to take New teachers at BRS are: Mrs. and possession of whiskey and 93 books pf

1 1I'' :, ti through July, 1953. It was com- courigIng'local business men from your lunch, you can have lunch at Maureen Holly and 1trs. Minnie key, hu also been cartoons were found In

1R .f? :s- plIed from bank deposit records parkln<<"their cars all day longin ;tJ1 ; school cafeteria for 20 cents. Lou Patray, first grade: Miss Delores the possession of glove compartm .
"of parkinli meter receipts 'and-is lr nto.of4bm 'businesses:?- "" n open on the first day 'of ,Mclnightand, Mrs. 'MortonAipren I tt"'e,11eherir3'office' The obscene 'iterature charge
not official.. '- Few ".- 2nd grade MrS. Johnnie this week.
> "'Ii w "cuss the meters any school. : high among mIsdemeanors
? J The parking meter "take", to- longer. Admittedly, they are here Bradford High student will B. Urquhart, Mrs. Susan Kennedy: Gatlin, who has 80' Will be tried in circuit
gether I with another 30.000 (apt to stay. ', meet on the football field at 9 and Mrs. Arthur McRae 3rd grade:'[ under a $1.350 surety .- The maximum sentence on

proximate) being received an- In the period of June through a.m., on the opening day for,home Mrs. Rebecca Simpson, Mrs. Jerry I arrested during the a charge Is five years in the
> nually from the state cigarette to December Gay and Mrs. tadge McDonald ing hours of Sunday,
x. 19-19 the meters
Later reached floor level at the Dale Mitchell home onJligbwayJOCfut'ar yielded room assignments and to pick up prison or One year in the
has enabled the city to do' waywith'its 260509. Receipts for other full books. Supt- Morgan says that elementary. Deputy Sheriff Cecil jail, or $100 fine.
the track. The from home at
Standing spur family was away ad valorem tax levy on year periods are as follows: 1950. around $4 000 in text books have New high school faculty mem- City Policeman Riley County Judge T. A. Yawn said

the time.. I real estate In recent years. $5.473.81: 1951, 5925.76; 1952, been distributed throughout the bers at BHS are: Edward G. Alt- a complaint had been unless the defendant .
waives
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'1\ When the meters were first in- $5,757.48. From January,1 through county schools.L. man English; Miss Ava Lee Edwards from a place of
p' '. ..-" stalled the july Eng. and social studies: was reported that Gatlin a preliminary hearing date on
they
were subject otI of this year the take totaled H. Gibson assistant principal
-a:. ... I heated controversy and even a 3.746OO.. at Bradford High says there will Miss Eva P. Bryant, science: panions ,were creating a obscene literature charge will
be well Thomas Casey, social studies: The arrest was set on next plea day which is
over 1,400 pupils enrolled
: v James Hurst P. Ed. Paul C. brief chase around \\ 31. If waives
; Catlin a pre-
at the Starke schools with 696 of
Wainwright Out 14 Hopefuls Hutchins, McCoy Lewis junior with Gatlin the
that ,number in grades 1-12. He ag; was, hearing, obscene
Mrs. Lewis home who with case will be bound
p& doesn't have complete figures yet high; McCoy was charged (28.6)I over
ec.; Gay Rimert, band; and Cesar toxication and indecent I circuit court
on first grade enrollment, but it is
Of Clerk's Race Take P. M. Exam expected it will be well above the Rivera, Spanish.
Shell Station
t Other new teachers in the county Masons
120 first graders registered last
I are: Lawtey. Frazier Jones; I
year. They've had to hire some I Family Night Be Ready
N, D, Wainwright Jr. has an- Fourteen applicants took the additional Brooker Earl S. Hoffman:
first grade teachers to
nounced his withdrawal as a second competitive'examination Hampton Betty May. November
take care of the increase. Bradford Lodge No.
candidate for City Clerk in the for the selection of a Starke poshmaster I Bradford High has the largest
Bradford County teachers have and Accepted Masons
September 8 election.In given in Gainesville last teaching staff with 59 members. The new Shell Oil service sta-
been busy the past two weeks, regular bi-monthly
a statement to the Telegraph, Saturday. Next highest is Lawtey with 10, going! up on Madison Street
Wainwright. said: "I am grateful Taking the exam were: Thomas Johnny your next getting things in scbool.ready The for I and on down the line it's: Brooke. day light in the Monroe is expected to be ready

to my many friends who have I F. Howell, E. Blake Jackson, Jack white teachers year had a prE'-plannin 15; Hampton 5; and Heilbronnj Worshipful :Master opening sometime. in Novem-

,'offered me their support for this I I'I E. Dempsey, ,Albert L. Crosby Jr session at Bradford High Au j I Springs with four. land presided. .
'I office. Howevfr, since announc- Jos. T. Kirkland Jr., Theodore R. 17-18 and then adjourned to their g I The Negro schools and tearhine; Discussion was had The station is being built by
ing my candidacy I have accepted Young, T. C. '(Cliff) Hazen Jr., staffs are: RJE 12; Lawtey 5: i A. Torode, Shell Oil distrib-
respective schools for more plan .. plans for a family
Another view of the spur track area, whlh was one of the hardest a position with the State and am Paul H. Faulkner, Chester H. ning sessions. The colored teachers I Hampton 2; Thurston 2: iVate from plans furnished by the

hit b\. flood. Cause: culvert not sufficient to take off water fast to report for duty within a few Bagley, Charles H. Fields, S. R. had a planning session at RJE Oak 2; Brooker 1: Sampson City 1.I held in the near Oil Co. The station will be
days. I wish to know that I You and other students Brothers McCoy Leafs concrete block construction and
you Johns Johnny,
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Road has to G. J. cGriff
enough to prevent backing up. Department promised Jr.. Harold High School in Reno. I
remedy- trouble. treasure my friends here." B. Peyton, and J. E.Wall Jr. all over the county will have the Harris Lodge No. 938 the most modern design for
I Wainwright said that his new Football Coach J. C. Hobbs and: I use of facilities valued at over a who is of the stations. It will be what is
I Selection of a postmaster for his assistants Harold Hazelwood one new
job will be under Commissioner of million dollars, and the School to as a two-bay station
1 the $5070 position will be made have had the, at the Bradford
and Jim Hurst,
s that there will be for
I one bay
.>. .. Agriculture Nathan Mayo. Board plans to spend $683.139 on
I from the three top.ranking con- Bradford High Tornadoes out this the education of 'youngsters Ini I School, brought and an adjacent bay

testants on the basis of the ex- week getting in shape for the first the county this coming school Year, lodge, and T. R. I washing.
1 El Rancho Rooms amination. Veterans receive pref- game which is with St. Leo Sep i ,
I As Supt Morgan was heard to) ful1taster of Waldo There will be only one pump
., Have Original Oils erence by having five points add- 25. say in his office the other day: his In front of the station, but
ed to their expressed
score and disabled Among the 120 Bradford Cou"schools are becoming big bust. allow for the addition of
veterans brothers for the work "
An original oil painting by Mrs. rate ten additional points. ty teachers, principals and supervisors ness", Islands and outside flood-

c. L. Scholl is being placed in there'll be some new faces It's a nice summer vacation the Bradford Lodge .
I each unit of the El Rancho Motel Trail Ridge Club to greet you on the opening day, we're having. was:" ;. T..9 in Waldo Lodge. I I Ben F Hall Is the contractor.

c ti i Mrs. Scholl who, with her husband -.. -- .-.cwca aar satllw
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motel, paints as a hobby and has Fourteen .

:"never had a lesson". The sceneshave
The Trail Ridge Recreational and
a western or Mexican theme Social Club
recently elected six
to fit the atmosphere of the motel, new officers: Joe Cray President: Letter

land each was painted, in colors toI Henry Hall, Vice-President; Jack I I .
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blend in with the motif of each McComb. Mining Area Director: I # K L
I I individual room Brady McLeod, Maintenance Area Men f o r

Director: Joe McGee. Office Area
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sAupancs of many homes (like above) along both the old and new Director' And C. J. Bastedo, Man-

li1a\wng hlgb\'Il'S weremaroonf'd when water covered bridges, SLIGHT agement Director. Report
wach'n several or them entirely out j Other officers of the club who i -
will remain in office until 1954
1 DISCREPANCY"ack are Vic Frees- Secretary-Trea- ForDrill

surer: Don Page, Dry Mill Area

Trawiek local health Directo\: R. K. Scarbro Wet Mill _- _
officer, Is glad .he hasn't been Area Director: and CCil1ey Nipper

called upon to how his drinr's Zircon Area Director.

license to anT law enforcement Everett Fox, retiring Prf'sident. -- .,-- -.. -. -- .,.-
i ae. .aI I 3ffidal. remains as an honorary member Thirty-lour boys reported to the Thirty-four candidates for the Bradford High I Oct 22 Jax Tech. in Starke (did

of the Board of Directors. answered Coach J. C. lIobW call for pre-Mbool play last year)
A clerk In the county judge's football field :Monday morning squad
office 'in preparation for the ,for two-a-day practice sessions sions this wf'ek. Returning; lettermen backs (at len) are: !I Oct 30 11acclenny in llacclennri

i t itsuant'e of new licenses was Phillips Named I this week. Fourteen of the group left to right) DeWa'ne Elder, Ronald Patray, Stanley i ( )

I checking over copies of drinr's Airman Of Month are lettermen, and the others areear's Clark: (back row, I to r) Wayne Douglas, Jimmy Reddish Nov 6, 3eabreeze in Daytona
s ;wtErnie permits issued last )'Nr. She I "ackson. At right, lettermen line candidates are: ( I ( )

I noted a slight discrepancy In Word has been received here up from last y junior varsity i iI I Paul Rivers, Gary Gamer, Arnold Smith and Zat-k Nov. 13 KetterlinU3 in Starke

the ,license issued to Trawick1"r. that Airman 3-c James Phillip! squad., ing I to r) Ned Pringle, Vernon Teston and C. W. Slade )
last has been selected "Alnnan of the The emphasis um week has Nov 20 Green Cove Springs

Upon being notified, Tra\\1"k Month" at Kadena AFn on Okin- been on conditioning as Coach i iI the practice field wet and rough. bile (with last fear's ((35-1)

1 dui his license out of hls_ billfold : awa. He was given a three-day Hobbs and his assistants Hazelwood I on shoes. I )8.rentheses, BHS core Kov. 25 Lake Butler in !tar eU26)

I mood and. there examined bad been it.alight Sure pass, a cash award and a free and Hunt, put the boys'I' ,The BHS coaches are working follows: ( '

I mistake; phone call home, through a vigorous round of calisthenics on a tight schedule to crowd six Sept. 25 51. Leo in All games are at night with

1\e'IIOIDe'and eI Udrea Gloria Jean and Michael Wayne, Tra\\it'k. drinr's license The award was made on the running plays, pass defense weeks of training in five since Oct. 2 Palatka in games beginning at 8 p.rn.

sadly suny their inundated tweet potato patt'h. Boat In field Is 110 \bowf'd his rear of birth a.I -. basis of military courtesy, discipline passing, and line blocking. practice started a week later than Oct 8 P. K. Yonge In The junior varsity boys, from

lOP:" It actually floated. there. from Its parking place sear the "1897" and his race as "erolorL and appearance. The cool weather has been ideal usual The first game is with .s1. (620)Oct. through 10th grade will re-

Aewso+re houe.Potaroid. I I He is the husband of Mrs. Betty for getting into playing condition Leo here on:Sept. 25.i 1& New for practI.e after school

t.ulante, >t'hotol liT the Telecraph'N Ann Flynn Phillips of Stuke. I II II but almost daily rains have made I The 1953 Tornado football ache-:New Smyrna Beach ) .




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PACE TWO I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA

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OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD .""""
Ball Church News I
.Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Is Big Success Rev. Gwinn, filled his regular',

the Aet of March 3, 1879. The Fireman's Ball held last appointment at Bayless Hiway
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i Saturday night at the Beach Sunday morning and evening. A I =::::::.
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL, EDITORIAL, ASSOCIATION. I, Pavilion, was a huge success. Attendance large crowd attended both services ::::::::

was the best yet and five were added to the =-
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I I more than $1,100 church Sunday horning as candi- --
Looks Like A Big Vote On September 8 was realized
from receipts at the.ball and from dates for baptism. They will be :-:::-:
the sale baptized next Sunday night im
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Spirited races in several departmentsseem ident that it will be equal to meeting.the demands the Volunteer associate Fire membershipsin mediately after church. ---....
likely to make for a heavy vote in the of an expanded area, just as it has Department. -
This, money will go into a fund to Everyone is invited to attend
forthcoming City Election on September 8. met thi problems brought about by growthin I be used later for the. purchase of these service.

This is the "big year" when voters are per- population and area in the past. I i modern fire equipment for Key The Sunday School Mass Meeting IIIII/IIII-
mitted to make known their choice for City With the expansion of the city limits, of stone Heights and surroundingarea. Quantity
i at Bayless Hiway was well attended Rights Reserved Prices Good
Clerk, Mayor, and Chief of Police, as well as course, will come new duties and The electric coffee maker I''I Tuesday night. About 17 Thru Sat., Aug. 29

the usual vacancies on the City Council. As sibilities for the city's official respon-I I that was given away went to Roy I churches were represented at this Low Prices

an extra "added attraction" there is a spec- this reason in the forthcoming Browning and the television set [meeting the inspirational message 152 Gal! Street
ial election to be held on the same date, to more important than ever before that voters to Amos Crowley. I was brought by the host pastor, Everyday _
decide the issue of whether or not to extend weigh carefully the qualifications of the men :, S. E., McKay, local realtor, re- I Rev. Gwinn. The ladies served

Starke's present city limits. Although in- offering themselves for city offices and ently the returned from several weeks I I I i j refreshments of cake and soft LI.NrII: Starke, Florida _
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terest in this matter is keen, it seems to have make their selection on the basis of merit University of Tennessee drirvs. Everyone received a blessing -
where
he took a course in appraising -!,
failed. so far, to generate any great degreeof rather than on friendship or personal likes J I j from the meeting.
"fireworks" from those who oppose it.Vhatever and dislikes. The officials we elect on Sep- f I II I Birthday Party
FROZEN
I Kyle McMurtry, who has been FOOD
Mrs. O. E. and PRODUCE
Crosby entertained FESTIVAL
\ activity there has been againstthe tember 8 may find themselves ministeringto ill for a few days, is better. The the I I
proposal has been of the word-of-mouth a city of fouror.five thousand inhabitants, McMurtry family moved into the young people Saturday night
with a birthday party honoringher U. S. No. 1 White
variety, with no organized opposition at rather than a town of 2,901. home on Keystone Lake which daughter, Beverly Jo, on her

least on the surface.Of For this reason, we urge electors not to they recently,: .edfand; Mr.] fifteenth birthday anniversary\ ,
course, as is true with any issue, there vote on the basis of hunches or hearsay. and Mrs. E. E. Rinehart, have i The youngsters entoyed listening POTATOES 1OLb5. 29C
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are things to"be said on both sides. As always Take a little time during these final ten bought the McMurtry house and I i: to records and playing outdoor

the only way to reach a conclusion is days remaining,before the election to do a moved into it this week. The'I games. Refreshments of cake and .

to weigh the issues carefully and ,decide little investigating "on your own." Don'ttake here Rineharts last were winter visitors' punch were served to those pres U. S. No. 1PEACHES

whether there are more points in favor than ,the word of the man next door whetheror year. I ent.
there are against.We not so-and-so is the right person for the Mrs. E. K. Henderson of Detroit, Surprise PartyJ. Elberta Lbs

believe that in the matter of extendingthe job. Find out for yourself, and then vote Pat Mich.Fraher has been this week.A a guest. of Mrs. R. Kelly was in the most surprised 4 39C

city limits, the scales are weighed heavily your convictions. person Bayless Hiway
card from Mrs. J. F. Fred Monday night. He was about to
in favor of the measure. Whatever can :More than 1,700 names are carried on the "
rikssons in New York says they shave and kept asking his wife
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be said against extension is more than off- list of qualified voters published in this issue will be returning to Keystone after when they were going to eat. She ." .. ..

set by logical reasons favoring the issue. We of the Telegraph. We hope that at least Labor Day. j', kept telling him to wait till the .. -- -. .--. m ,

do not believe that very many voters will be 1,699 will turn out at the polls on September We hear on very good authoritythat TV program was over. Suddenly ACE HIGH FROZEN THOMPSON SEEDLESSGRAPES
influenced by "scare tactics" used by some 8. If they do we have confidence enoughin Spike Vance and Miss Terry I he heard a loud honking of horns
of those who would defeat the measure for human nature to believe that the decisions Barr will be married in the early and said "what in the world is

most of us have faith in Starkeand are con- they make will not be far from wrong.of fall.In I I that". He got up to see what was ORANGE E JUICE
haopening and everyone jumped
the last two weeks, the city:
has mowed vacant lots all over, out and began singing "Happy
I We're A FolksState town. It is Birthday". A delicious chicken Lbs
Missing Good Bet, a big improvement.I supper was brought and served.J Cans 1 39CNEW
But now that the lots on both I 8 99C
R. said he had never had such ,
Road Chairman Richard H. Simpson smooth-surfaced roadway, and its modern sides of my house are cleared of I a lovely surprise He received

has pledged all-out support to the State. system of lighting installed by the city. But underbrush, the quail do not walk I many lovely gifts.

Chamber of Commerce's reactivated beauti- with a planned program of planting it could] used across to.my But back yard, neither the way they:'I Mrs. Freddie Watterson and Jewell Frozen Fresh Chicken YORK STATE FRESH

fication program recently proposed by Mrs. easily be made into a thing of genuine beau snakes. then do th emother, Mrs. W. C. Ward and Mr.

W. S. Jennings, chairman of the beautification ty. It would pay handsome dividends for i it and Mrs. W. R. Haislop are en- BREASTS Lb flftC CORN
Parents of small children
committee.The is well established that tourists come to livingon joying their vacation in Tampa .
Keystone Lake and even older
'new program supplements the original Florida seeking the unusual and the beauti persons who like to swim, are up this wek. Ears
county-by-county setup and enlists the ful. They will stop wherever there is sufficient I in arms about the use of speedboats The new Hiway down by Lonzi 4 29C

active cooperation of local chambers of commerce -, eye-appeal. I and skis on that small lake. Norman's is really looking good. Quick Frozen Fillet of ,

garden clubs and other civic groupsin Starke has the "first crack" at tourists I There is an ordinance prohibiting The construction' people are getting pkgs

a grassroots plan of planting and improv- coming into Florida on 301, for we are the kickers.the use of either but permitting face.it I all know ready Mr.for and the Mrs.hard Nor-sur- PERCH! 3 $1.00 SUPERBRAND

ing public parks, streets, and highway ap first sizeable town this side of the Georgialine I. Even these are hazardous, man will be glad when they finish,
especially since the lake has
proaches. along this route. What an opportunityto down and the boundaries gone have because they are practically '
II I II )I ICE CREAM
Local groups planning highway plantings give the incoming tourist his first glimpseof shrunk. The lakes too small for stranded and can't get out either Little Lady White Acre

have been cautioned by Mr,,Simpson to con- the "tropics" -an impression that he will 1 I anything but a row boat or the way. '
sult district engineers of the State Road ,De- never forget! This could be done with an I i contraption we saw out there a Sure glad to hear that Matilda pkgs

partment so as to conform to regulationsand avenue of palms along U, S. 301 at the north II I few days ago a row boat recuperating PEAS 1 69C1 1-2 GAL 69C

to avoid creating traffic hazards.} The city limit The cost would not be prohibitive i,by two- small boys with tw Cbe" r
will and could easily be managed by civic sheets for a sail. R. R. Crosby.
department cooperate with the local groups I I .
beautification groups by contributing trucks working together, with perhaps a little help Among, those who were caughtin .- --. -- -, .- -. '
from the city, the and the I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYHEILBRONN the flood 'in Jacksonville Friday '- -
and acertain amount of labor in carrying out county, stateat -
least to the I afternoon were Mrs. J. R. u. S. GOOD
extent of
this work. furnishing some MILK FED
i Kelly and son, Robert, Mrs. H. B. VEAL SALE !
and labor.
equipment _
We have felt for a long time that Starkeis Kelly and sons, Vincent and John-

overlooking one of the most obvious means No one can say that Starke is lacking in by Marian Norman nie Mac, and Mr. and Mrs. O. Square Cut VealSHOULDER}

of selling itself to tourists by failing to, civic organizations many of them on the I Crosby. It was the worst E'I
lookout for worthwhile projects to sink their IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAr j I've even seen. We were creeping "
beautify its highway ROAST
approaches. Especiallynow down Post
Street and the water I 39C
teethinto.. We'd like mighty well to see Work has once more been resumed -
is this true since the newly widened and central beautification committee organized on the Sunday School was waist deep. I was thinking I I

rebuilt route of. U. S. 301 entering the city with from rooms. Most of the windows and every minute we were going to
a representation every civic group drown out but finally got through. ,
from the north would lend itself part of the flooring is in.
already
so mag- in town. Then
and then
only we'd get Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby en- LOIN VEALCHOPS
nificently to a beautification Al- We hope to be able to use themsoon. ROUND VEALCUTLETS
program. somewhere with this. eminently worthwhile joyed a vacation last week in
ready it is impressive with its broad sweep project. The Heilbronn I Jacksonville visiting their daughter *
Baptist Church and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 59C 19C
will begin a revival meeting Mon-
Otis Crawford and other relatives.
day, Aug. 31, continuing through
Oscar Crosby and H. B. Kelly
Saturday, Sept. 5. Rev.
Flynn R.
were in Gainesville Tuesday at-
Anderson of the RIB VEAL
Springfield Bap- tending the Stock Show. I FOR STEW
VEAL
tist church,
Jacksonville,
will

Economy the gin evangelist.at 7:30 p.m.Song and Services preachingat be-ba day Don't you forget begin kids school, Monday, so grab is the on CHOPS Ib 49C BREAST Ib 19C

8. Everyone cordially invited. your new togs and let's go.
Marian Hall was able to be If anyone has any news, please ,
up leave it at Floyd Crosbys for me.
and out to church Sunday. She
Thought for the week Life
has been confined to her bed for .
is but a short pan of time, so "', -- -
,,rte some time with rheumatic fever. -.. -' .. ",_ ".'c
E.J. E. 'don't waste yours wandering -- 'H.
Campbell Warren are Johns spending and this Ronnie week aimlessly around! U. S. "Choice" Eat-Rite Beef Hickory Sweet

with relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. .

and Mrs. Bill Green and CHUCK ROAST SLICED
two daughters are spending a Let Us Thoroughly BACON
few days in Plant City.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holmes and I Wash Your Clothes

children of Dupo, 111. and Mr. and L8 39CI.I. LB 79C
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Mrs.
a I Barney Eggers of Jackson- 9 Pounds
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T. N. Normans and the Eldon For 40c! -- ... -- -_ ,
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Recent guests of Gerald Norman FREE Bleach If Desired!'
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David and Danny Bennett and I We Will BAKERITE 3. 69C

Mrs. Alice Oliver spent last weekwith
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Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Lingerfeltwere Standard Brand
For
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and Mrs. G. 1,. Sapp. New Automatic Driers! TOMATOESArmour's 3 ,No' 303 Cans

Mrs. Sarah Alvarez of Gainesville 29C

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Linda Norman spent Saturday StarCORNED -
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1953 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE THREESuwallilee I


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IH M Stars r
/ day evening. They had just re-
HAMPTONby turned from a two weeks camp- In 'Desert Legion' Take
brceak.
ing trip to North Carolina, and At Park Theatre"Desert I a
I Mrs. Win. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA had a wonderful time. Bear would .
come and eat out of the garbagecans. Legion, technicolor
One evening a mother i adventure film snowing at the
I little cubs and came Park Theatre Sunday through
School begins :Monday, Aug. 31. brought her. Relax with Coke
within a .very few feet of them. Tuesday, blends .the tale of a a
P. T. A. Tuesday afternoon at secret '
Wayne Jackson of Gainesville Algerian mountain community -
3:15 pjn. All parents who are and the heroics ....
of the
interested in their children and spent the weekend with his grand-
.r' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. French Legion into ,exciting film
our school are cordially invitedto
join with us. Jackson!, and family. fare.Alan Ladd, in the starring role, It takes on/ moments to pause for a Coke. -
: 401 E Patsy and Buddy Roark of near Joe Kelsey, eon of Mrs. A. H. gives one of the hardest-hitting \

CALL StoreP: : Starke, spent the weekend with Kelsey of Theressa former res- performances of his Jpovie'career.. Pays off in big dividends, too
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ident of Hampton, left Monday Richard Conte is seen as the, ,
ST. Russell DyaL night( for Fort George, La. after villainous leader of a band of -for things get done when you work refreshed.
Dave Dyal has been laid up with spending a furlough at his home. desert raiders, and Arlene Dahl .
CECIL DOUGLAS, ,Manager arthritis for several days. Joe has been stationed in Texas. I lis cast as a fiery Algerian beauty.
Mr. and Mrs. John Furhman
Mrs. Dan and children
DELIVERY SERVICE Dorothy and Loper Kenny, called on and son, Pat, of Tuscon, Ariz, and ities The of plot a revolves power-hungry around desert activ- -' .- t .
Paul Green of Titusville called on .. __ .,
Mrs. Wm. Hammond Friday morn- raider who aspires to become rulerof ., p
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their aunt,Mrs. Vernon Slade,and
YOU CAN REALLY SAVE MONEY, AND Ing. a hidden city. S
NOW I ENJOY THE FINEST IN NATIONALLY Charles Dennison of Gainesvillewas I grandmother, }Mrs. Fannie Meads r14 I
ADVERTISED BRANDS AT' YOUR a recent guest of his son, recently. YOU'LL LOVE the new "VAter- o !,"
FRIENDLY SUWANNEE STOREWe Avery Dennison and family. James A. White of Birmingham brook purse-size fountain pens in ;
Ala., who is stationed at the pastel shades. Only $2.37 at BradFORD -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaskin
Jacksonville Naval Station after COUNTY TELEGRAPH. jJI N
reserve the right to limit quantity and children of Palatka, visited .
18 months
dutyvisited
PRICES GOOD THUR.. FRI., SAT., AUG. 27. 28 29 her sister, Mrs. Charlie Alvarez I his aunt, Mrs.overseas Hershel Parker
and, family Sunday.
.
and family over the weekend.Mrs. MONUMENTSLOWEST
OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY Miss Connie Sweeney of Gainesville Hilda Griffiths, sons David

f spent several days last week and Donald, visited her aunt, Mrs.T. .I PRICES I e
.with Miss Barbara Matchett. F. Brown and son Frank, Mon'
The T. J. Aldermans have returned FINEST QUALITY! 1A
COCA COLAS n:6! 20C I from their vacation: in day.I couldn't get much news this No Extra: Charge
Baltimore ana
I New York City, week. Willow Ruth and I are For Setting In Or Near .
Washington. looking after three ,of the Harry
Libbys Joanne and Mary Beth Singleton Baker children, 'Edith Anne, Har- STARKEWrite
of Fort Myers who have been ry, Jr., ad Elva Jean. Mr. and
POTTED MEAT 2 cans 19CSUGAR visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Mrs. Baker are the proud parentsof >. ,
and aunt Mrs. Em-
Nita Johnson another son, Harvey Haines, Nulls ii
ma Lamoreaux, returned home Baker- born Monday, Aug. 24,
I Wednesday accompanied by Mrs. and weighed 7 lbs. at Doctors i I .1 -4' .
fts Johnson, Mrs. Lamoreaux and Mrs. Clinic, Starke. e
C 1111 y
39C Marklee Norman, who will visit For Free Folder
ILL)
J { thGroc.ord.rof the Singleton's for a few days. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTyY ATLANTIC MEMORIALS INC '
Mrs. L. D. McCulloch and son.
$5.00 or More Luke, have moved from the B. Y. ESTABLISHED 1930 N- I -

Saxon farm back to Suwannee HIGHLANDBy 715 FOREST $T. p ,i

Rosedale County. Mrs, McCulloch is the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
mother of Mrs. Wiley Williamson. Mrs. Lacy Norman : /
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a
lmcms 29CSOAP Mrs. W. W. Hammond and TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTWHERE Srf
PEAS daughter, Willow Ruth, spent Friday A AAAA A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHelen TRAINING AND

with ,Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hardee returned home EXPERIENCE COUNTIf
Swindell, neither Mr. or Mrs. Wednesday after spending a few .
Swindell are feeling the best. days with friends and relativesin you need a truss or surgical
SALE Large Pkg. I Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffin and Jacksonville !. support, you cannot afford to

Mrs. Cleo Mew of Jacksonville The Sidney Starling family I I: take a chance with y.ur health,

visited relatives here Sunday spent Sunday in Macclenny with I I by being improperly fitted.
afternoon. Walter Griffin accompanied the Tom Norman family. I Here I
at Canova Prescription
I OXYDOL, TIDE C them home to spend a
Lovena Starling returned home Center, we have trained tech- a
few days with his son, Percy and
CHEERDREFr after spending a week in Jacksonville -: nicians, both male and female
wife.Our with friends and relatives.Mr. i to .
JOY DUZEvaporated children, Mr. and Mrs. JohnE. serve you.Remember
Hammond, of Crystal Lake and Mrs. M. L. Thompson!I your health and
of Jacksonville were visiting the; comfort depend on expert p \,
...
_. ... H .. Lacey Normans Saturday.
Owen Marr of Mims visited the
Any Brand cans HEAR BETTER Joe Marr family last week. fitting.CANOVA
MILK 3 39C Rev, E. C. Harvey, our pastor
OR PAY MOWING! completed the revival at Russell PRESCRIPTION CENTEI BOTTUD UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY IY ""

Saturday, August 22. PHONE 4202 STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY"Coke" .
11 in NOICT im tummi I
Jim Dandy Lacey Norman family, Maggie (Near Hospital) is o registered trode-mork. 1953.THE CCX A-cOlA COMPANY
Crews and Ruth Marr visited the
'pflITA'HEARING bedside 6f Miss Ollie :Marr Sun-i Gainesville, Fla. I J
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GRITS.5Lbs 43C day p.m. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .
Glen Crews of Plant City spent
the weekend with his sister, Maggie -
AIDSTHREE *.
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Crews.
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GREAT MODEISI
Stocton ,. Mrs. J. D. Boone returned home

EACH $75 btlachd..DnIctI..... after several months visit with
.
baffles slut *ft**lie .u
CATSUP 2 : 29C friends and relatives in various kWC1lrt1TOftOTIOTfl1aIit78foryourpEeselltcaj
, parts of the country. Her husbandJ. :t ft,..
.,r' 'f ..CANOVAPHARMACY D. will join her in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Norman and

Libbys Tomato I II son Larry enjoyed the birthday
supper of their daughter, Mrs.
cans Phone 160 Starke, Fla. R. E. Sapp in Green Cove Springs
JUICE 2No 29C AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRIGIDAIRE Monday. It was just a family

I get together. We wish her many
more,happy birthdays.E. lr
'
C. Harvey and Lacey Normanwere .
Julliette
I I
Whitehouse on business

5 string .15 Monday.
.btI._
BROOMS $1 THERE'S JUST ONE Uncle Griff Norman is still on VING NEEDS
the sick list. We wish him a AY S D RI
FRIGIDAIREMade speedy recovery.T. F OR T uaa a y our
only by General E. Pease of St. Mary Ga. wasa immediately putyourse i
1. : business visitor here Friday. you U.S go y al t 3 cars.n yki
Motors Corp. All other these great Hesto f,tern 19S ,
MOPS S wo59 Electric Refrigerators 'are Happy birthday to Rachel. Aug.I o and now go 0 n t le fi ... 0
12th; Vica Mae, Auc. 13; Evelyn f or r b
made by other companiesand r
and Beedie, Aug. 24th and Ellen ,
cannot use the word
and Sandra Aug. 28th. They are :LIhi71J
Frigidaire.
I all Normans.
MEAT SPECIALSTender Deveret Griffis of Evergreen

'Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE visited in our community Satur-
day. He is one of the teachers at J _j I kr
7 ,
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Chuck Lawtey Jr. Hi school. _
THEN SEE Sunday School 9:45: a.m. each
Sunday. Worship services 11 ajn. 3
6 :
STEAK ROAST. 39C E. H. SMITHTenth Wednesday and 8 pjji.evening each Sunday.at 7:$0 prayer Each :4 fr

services. Teachers meeting each _
;:
Sliced Rindless : and Temple Ave. Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Pastor E. "'" '

Starke, Fla. C.W. C.Harvey Hardee.; Sunday School supt. :You get the improved 1953 Mileage Safety Stylingat

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School Days Are Here .e speciaL( reduced prices "

Fresh Ground I
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d-bcid This is the opportunity for every car owner to put his SO NOW GIVE YOURSELF THE BENEFIT OF THIS
HAMBURGER lb. 39CFlorida d J-eeni J-alk < car,himself and his family on the finest ride and quality MODERN ADVANCEMENT-WHICH DELIVERS
tlre-making has known. \
I 35% GREATER OVER-ALL TIRE PERFORMANCE
L 1 DEPOSITINSURANCE j Since its i introduction America's finest ,
v on cars thisVITH
famous U.S. A 20. % ADVANCE IN TREAD MILEAGE ALONE>
Royal Air Ride, in every part of its afros
ture and perfortnance; has been advanced in quality, WITH the new slim.trirrt'whitewalls-make any

[ "' stamina and mileage,in over-all performance,a full 35%. car look lower and. longer

PORK ROAST 39' Now you can put that good and faithful car of yours WITH the world's most comfortable and quieton

even better tires than when your car was new.THIS ride *

Dick: I've been wondering, Sally-how do wet IS THE U.S.ROYAL TIRE NOW GOING ON late WITH Peering ease, response and liability that
Good know our savings at the bank are safe? 1953 New-Car Production. improve all safety and car control!

Q Sally: I asked Dad about that. He the
WHITE BACON "' 39C' t bank puts savings deposits only into the says sound- ACT TODAY( Take advantage of this great, t nation-wide U.S.ROYAL price redaction tale!

est kind of investments-mortgage loans, for 4 .,
example, to help local people to buy homes.

I Southern MaidOLEOMARGARINE : Dick: Well, suppose some catastrophe pre-
t .
:: vented all the bank's mortgagors from paying E S. ROMctwn I ,

ib 19 t back their loans-would we just lose our money? 4 .

Sally: No, Dick.The bank is a member of the .

> Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. That 5i i

means its deposits are insured to a maximum : flil IuJiihYQlr

Fresh feK of $10,000 for each depositor. -. _h __ _

'" t Dick: Who pays for this insurance?

MULLET FISH 19C E Sally: Our bank and the other member banks Starke TireUSE Sales

) pay the full cost. You and I get this extra protection '

for our savings at no extra charge. t
THE BUY OF ,THE WEEK

OUR BUDGET PLAN .
SlicedBEEF
Fresh

FLORIDA BANK at STARKE \ .

LIVER Select Ib 43C : 4 JIMMY MOORE Owner

Member Florida National Group *
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FOUR > BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA

FRIDAY.. AUGUST P.8, -IP**


.. I Betty June Norman Mrs Fortunas Birth and support in the Miff'
Recent coming elec-1 vs. John Ward Hamilton. De- !and file the original In the office of
tion. Sincerely, 1 fendant. 'the: Clerk of the Circuit Court on
WedsMr..StefanelliIn Honored At ShowerMrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Baker of -W. H. (Billy) Case Xo. 10-016(I or before the
Xoegel, Jr. "\ '!('(' T* Appear. ,
28 day of September, 1953;;::
St. Edward'sMiss I Starke announce the birth of a -- I To: John Ward Hamilton, whose' otherwise the ;
Mattie Gahagan, Mrs. Herr residence and address allegations of said
PEAR is
r son, Harvey Haines, on August 24 I. '.tTCourt OB'a' You : Unknown. Complaint will be taken as confessed ,
dt.rd Commtt. are hereby notified
that i
L bert Thomas, and :Mrs. Lemuel a by you.
in Doctors Clinic Hospital. Florida: la Chancery. suit for i(
1E Colson were hostesses recently at Akiva Pronman. Plaintiff, vs. Mir- Annulmenthas This notice shall ..e published
iam Pronman, once each week for four consecutive I
Defendant. been filed against I
In the
you
the Parish House when they
en- :NOTICE TO BIDDERSThe Case Xo. 10-015 ,above named Court and cause and weeks in the Bradford County Tele-;
,t V.Gladys M tertained with a' stork shower Notice T. Appear. i you a-e required to serve a copy of graph. I
1 Dated this :2!? *.
E To day nf'August.9
: Miriam
Pronman whose residence your answer or pleading to the
Mooty honoring Mrs. George Furtunas Board of Public Instructionof -
and address is: c/o Mr. Jack complaint on .the PlahUff'ttorney (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Phone 35 daughter of the Rev. and. Mrs. Bradford County, Florida will Friedman, 1323 44th Street, Brook-I .\ Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Clerk of the Circuit: Cou*
I : lyn Xew York. I Graham Building. Jacksonville, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Cl
1. .. ... ,.,. .1 I I Il fc Raymond E. McBlaine. receive sealed bids until 10:00: a.m. You are hereby notified that a Florida 8/28 4t :] .,

A color scheme of pink and blue Ion Monday, Sept. 8, on about one- suit against for Divorce has been filed 1 i i 1.. _ ___ i
you In the - -
Executive Board Wesleyan Guild was carried out in every detailin acre of timber located west I Court and cause and above you are named required -,, -
.. I? of the Bradford High School athletic to serve a -
this of
decorating fir lovely af- copy your answer j
Of Woman's Club Met Tuesday field. or pleading to the complaint
on the
To Meet Sept. 3 fair.In a ncoe contest Mrs. J. W. I T. Plaintiffs Frank Landrum Attorney, Starke,I I.
The Service Florida,
Wesleyn Guild met and file the original in the
\ Tuesday at the residence of t (t tk Kincaid made high score and was office of the Clerk of the Circuit w10.0R 1
board meet- POLITICAL Court on or before the 28
The first executive j with day of Sep
presented a novelty salt and
Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr. with Mrs. tember 1953; otherwise the allega I
the
s ing of the Fall season for Gertrude Hoffmeister as co- I pepper shaker. Mrs. E. D. Hague ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR tions of said Complaint will be
will be held taken as confessed J
Club by
Woman's
you.
Starke made low score and was consoled
and This
members
Fourteen notice
at I I hostess. shall l>e published
. Thursday afternoon Sept. 3. two visitors were present. Mrs. with a small gift. CHIEF OF POLICEI once each week for four consecutive '
' 3:30 o'clock in the club house. j weeks In the Bradford County Tell-
W. B. Sewell presided over, the Mrs. Fortunas received many I graph. -
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and business am a candidate for Chief of
i. '
The regulaiprogram business meeting. Mrs. Nelson CI beautiful and useful'gifts, which Dated this 26 day of August, 1953. 15 GIRLS
meeting will be held Wednesday : Police of Starke. If you elect me ]I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
1. were presented to her in beauti-
Green an interesting a Clerk
gave program of the
afternoon, Sept. 9, at 3:30: o'clockat Isla to serve you, I promise courtesy, By Marian L. Circuit Court
on.Mission Work. Mrs. Joe Mc- fully decorated pink and blue bas- Crosby Deputy Clerk.
the club house. Mrs. C. H. consideration, and an impartial 8/28 4t 9/18
Donald had the sinet.
Nasworthy, president, will preside.A charge of worship performance of the duties of the NOTICE-TO APPEAR Between Ages of 78 and 27
program after which a social hour r t The three hostesses served office. It is my hope to expandthe I. Clroalt Court Bradford

called executive board meet- under:the 'direction Mrs. A. H.Harley .' their guests an ice course, the individual athletic and recreational pro- Floridat I. CJa..f
Ing was held Saturday at, the was enjoyed., At the close cakes repeating the color gram for our young people, and Joseph Concetta Barranca Barranca., Plaintiff, vs.
Kingsley Lake home of the president refreshments were served by the motif. Defendant.
your co-operation is solicited. Cue Xo. 10-014 APPLY AT OUR OFFICE
Mrs. C.. H. Nasworthy, at hostesses. Notice To Appear

which time members enjoyed a : WMU NoticesV Herbert Thomas To: and Joseph address Barranca Is: :224 whose Clinton residetee St.-, 10TH AND CHURCH STS.

covered dish luncheon. Brooklyn Xew York.
Mrs., S. E. Brownlee FOR CITY CLERKI You are hereby notified
Interesting plans for the year's The circle meetings of the Bap- suit for that a

work were made and also plans To Be 94,, Sept. I tist W. M. U. will be held Tues- hereby announce my candidacyfor Divorce minor child, custody and support of Big Dad Manufacturing Co.

for the year book'with Mrs. R, A day, Sept. 1, as'follows: the office of City Clerk, Treasurer has been filed against you in the II

Green in charge, were made. Mrs. Friends of Mrs., S. E. Brownleewill Lorena Epperson Circle, Mrs. Tax Assessor, and Tax Collector -! you above named Court and cause and
are
Green plans'' to have the yearBooks be glad to know that she will Ralph Alvarez, leader, at the I!I of the City of Starke, your answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy of

distributed at the first observe her 94th birthday anni- home of Mrs. Lillie Bridges at Florida subject to the will of the plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney com-
T.
regular meeting In September.A versary .on Tuesday, Sept.. 1..Mrs.. 3:00: o'clock with Mrs. Jack' Parker voters in the City Election of and file Frank the original Landrum.in Starke the Fla. .
Brownlee, who is loved and respected Betty(.June Norman, daughter of the Clerk of office
as hostess. September 8. I have been a resident the Circuit Court on -.
special drive for membershipis by so many people, is of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nor- ._ of Starke since 1932 and or before the 28 day of Sept., 1953. sPIECELIVING
underway. Each member of the and Daisy Fo ler Circle, Mrs. Maxie otherwise the allegations of said
man, Robert Stefanelli, son
her home with her son Complaint
making feel that I am well qualified to will be
executive,board and every chair- Carter leader, at the home of taken as con
fessed
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli, by you.
administer the duties of this im-
man of each standing committee were united in marriage on August Mrs. O. O. Webb at 3:00: o'clock This notice shii: be published I ROOM
H. L. Brownlee. Her many friends portant office. If elected I prom- once each week for four
have pledged one hundred to per rebuild cent are wishing her much happiness. 11 at 8 o'clock in the evening in I with Mrs. Aubrey Moore co- ise that I will devote my full time graph-weeks in the Bradford County consecutive Tele-
cooperation in trying I the St. Edward's rectory. Father hostess.
:
the duties of this office and Dated this GROUP
all to I 26 day of August.
the membership and supporting I Turnier performed the ceremony Ida Darby Circle, Mrs. L. Wynn, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles 1953.
will serve the public courteouslyand A.Darby
activities of the club year. Woodman Circle In the presence of the immediate leader, at the home of Mrs. R. A. Clerk of the Circuit Court 1t
efficiently to the best of my By :Marian L. Crosby
families and a few intimate Thomas at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Deputy Clerk.
vote and 8/28
abilities. Your supportwill 4t 9/18
Recent BirthRev. The Woodman Circle met Tues friends. M. O. Maxwell and Mrs. W. M. -
al the Catholic Center be greatly appreciated. NOTICE TO APPEAR
day 'night Edwards co-hostesses.!! la .$149.95
The bride wore a blue faille Cirrait Court, Bradford
their meet-I -Sincerely Plorldaj I. Const Phone 80 Starker Flat,
for regular monthly -
and Mrs.. James Call of suit with white accessories andher Dora Alderman Circle, Mrs. H. Ruby ChaBcerr.
ing. Mrs. J. F. Jaudon presidedover L. F. (Monk) Dinkins Harrington also known as
Cannes, France announce the birth 'corsage was a white orchid. A. Lawson, leader, at the home of Ruby Harrington Hamilton; PlainATTENTION -
of a daughter, Carolyn Lucile, on the business meeting and ,i Miss Loretta Kelly, maid of I Mrs. D. Foreman at 3:00: o'clock. I 1 Sofa Bed J

June 27. The Calls will leave'appointed a nominating committee. honor, was the bride's only attendant Helen Masters Circle, Mrs. F. FOR CITY COUNCIL 1 Coffee Table

France soon for French West After the business meeting a social and serving as best for B. Beard, leader, at the home of I am a candidate for City Coun- 1 Platform Rocker 2 End Tables

Africa. hour was enjoyed, and refresh- the groom was his brother, Albert Mrs. L. O. Hazen at 2:30: o'clock 1 cilman of the City of Starke in 1 Cocktail Chair 2 Table LampsA
ments were served by the hostess election of 8
Stefanelli. with Mrs. O. L. Linsin co-hostess. the regular Sept.
es, Mrs. Clyde Tomlinson and Mrs. ;and will appreciate your vote and SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WILL DELIVER TillS
An informal reception was given I Doris Knight Circle, Mrs. Dave If You
Willie Mae Judd. Have
active support. If elected, I will TO YOU
!by the bride's parents following Paulk, leader, at the Church
E ROUND AND TYjl I Ij I II the ceremony Punch and cake Tuesday night at 8:00 o'clock witlr) show my appreciation by servingyou <:

SQUARE DA I BPW Meeting T> ;.' tI {j were: served during the evening. Mrs. J. A. Christmas, Mrs. Toning working to the for best the of best my interest ability and of I TIMBER TO SELL ,

: Woods and Mrs. Curtis Lee a:I PINE OR CYPRESS
and its citizens.
I I our city
i The regular'meeting of the! hostesses. .. ..
Starke Armory Junior Club a! \ m George KopelousosFOR Large or Small Tracts
I BPW Club wag held at the Catholic -

EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT: center Monday night with To Meet Sept: 3I 1 Water Ski Event CITY CLERKI 'We Buy All
Desta Plans were
presiding.
Dyal
Starting Sept. 4 wish to take this opportunityto I
the district!I I I Woman's Club' will
made for attending The Junior
Set For announce, my candidacy for re- PAY TOP
Music By meeting in Gainesville on Sept. 13 meet Thursday, Sept. 3, at 8 FridayAt election to the office of City Clerk, PRICESJYrite
and talk civil defense was in the club house with the
a on o'clock e
Shorty Medlock Treasurer, Tax Assessor, and Tax "wy AY
Pollett. Mrs. T. C Hazen in Keystone
given by Shirley president,
election,
Collector in the coming
And His Hostesses for the September the 'chair. Mrs. John A. Torode I 8 1953. Having servedin or Call
September ,
Florida Plowhands : meeting will be :Mildred Doyle and will be in charge of the program. In a show that prpmises thrills i j this capacity for several years;

. I Loyree Hartmann. I I Hostesses will be Mrs. J, W. and entertainment galore, boys ,I feel that I am qualified to render B1THOMASLUMBER d

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAA. 1 I Ritch i Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. Cecil I and girls of Keystone Heights will to the Citizens of Starke efficient : K

I Sewell Mrs. Jewett Fogg, Mrs.J. 'I present a water skiing exhibition and courteous service. Dur- "

: ALL TYPES 'PEST CONTROL 4J 1 E. Hardy, and Mrs. C. L. Devlin I today (Friday) at Keystone Beach. ing the time I have served as City CO. Similar To

SPECIALIZING [ .. I I, Those who attend will witness pre- Clerk I have at all times workedfor PHONE 211JP. f Above Picture"A

IN Women of the Church cision skiing, formations, doubles the welfare and advancementof 0. Box 735

CITRUS GROVE, SPRAYING routines, trick riding, pyramids, our City in all phases of pro- STARKE,FLA.
: Trial Is All We Ask" Come in and See Us !
r Met Tuesday and almost anything else that can gress. I earnestly solicit your .- Today

Large or Small I be done on water skis., active vote and support to the J .. .- .. -

The Women of the Presbyterian II .. . .. .
COMPLETE EXTERMINATING SERVICE I As a special attraction, Mrs. coming election. i
( ;J church held their regular monthly I I Yours 1j
-Respectfully ,
Bo Henderson, one of the top
FOR HOUSEHOLD PESTS ArD'TERMITES. !!meeting Tuesday, Aug. 25, at 8 :water skiers in this area, will Carl Johns )

PesPControl o'clock in the Sunday School build- demonstrate some of the more
Florida & Chemical Co.
i jing. M"rs. E. M.'Davis presided
difficult feats of water skiing FOR 'CITY COUNCIL HerbCANDIDATE I
2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville. Fla. over the business meeting. Thomas
such as skiing backwards, a back I am a candidate for City Coun-

Mrs. J. G. Caldwell gave an interesting swan, and many others. cilman in the coming election,

program on "My Churchin Boys and girls from 8 to 18 will Sept. 8. If elected, I promise cour-

the Present Day" after whicha take part in the exhibition, which teous, cooperative, sane, and sincere .

Forming New Class round table discussion was en- will climax a series of water skiing service. Your vote and sup- :
FOR CHIEF OF POLICECITY
joyed. lessons given by the Keystone port will be appreciated. Respect- !

Mrs. Guy Andrews and Mrs. Heights Recreation Department. fully, -

SCHOOL OF BALLET W. T. Jackson, hostesses, served Approximately 40 skiers will take -S. E. Sparks ELECTION SEPTEMBER 8

refreshments during the social part in the exhibition many of ,

_.
whom have learned how to water FOR COUNCILMANTo l-" --- -- -

Opening Date Thursday Sept. 3rd hour.WSCS ski this summer. The beginning ,r' .
the citizens of Starke: .
skiers will take to the water at
5:307:00 P.M. NoticeWSCS I wish to announce my candi- I i.- >
5 p.m. with the actual water show
.
dacy for Councilman of the Cityof ..
EACH TUESDAY AND THURSDAY THEREAFTER Circle One Mrs. L. D. scheduled to start at 6 p.m.
Starke Florida. If elect
you
Vining .leader, will meet Tuesday Two of the featured performersof me I promise honesty, efficiency, T yt, ; ] : i iI

Classes will be held in St. Edward's Recreation Hall morning, Sept. 1, at ten o'clock at the show will be 10-year-old and to keep the people posted at

I I .,,1,1. 1.1 JYOU'LL the recreation hall with Mrs. W. Patsy Waters and Bobby Red- all times as to the affairs of the tat
G. Haile and'Miss Amy Coburn as fearn. Much of their time will be vote
City. I sincerely urge your a z I II
hostesses. spent working with the older per-

HAVE TO Circle Two, Mrs. L. D. Green, formers doing double routines and r

leader, will meet Monday, August trick riding. Other members of I FRIENDLY QUALIFIED

31, at 3:30 o'clock at 'the homeof the cast will include Bob Douglas,

SEE IT Mrs. Jack McComb. Tommy Ward, Ann Vance. Louise DEBK' I _' '
Henderson Bastedo Donna I
,
,
Bobby
Circle Three, Mrs. A. Wood, TAR'KE FLA. [ ,
: '
Pangborn, Sue Siprelle, Carla ,'ft .
leader, will meet in the recreation ,. : e'Kry' 'x
building Monday, August 31, at t Brice Linda Walker and approximately -
..., \ ".
] 30 others. Fri., Sat.-Aug. 28, 29 I
3:30 o'clock with Mrs. Wood as i ... .. ;', _
TOBELIEVE The; exhibition will be free tall '*. J :_ '
hostess. .
: DOUBLE FEATURE '." ""
and people from this area are ,
IT Circle Four will be announced > -'t.j
r ,
urged to attend. This is a show ., !
later.YYYVYVYYyVYYVYyyyyyyyyyv.
Two Senoritas .: -
you won't soon forget!

', CEMETERY WORKING From ChicagoWith VETERAN OF WORLD WARS I & II. '.'
\ Joan Davis and Jinx

HARDWICK .95 There will be a working at FaulkenburgAnd -

Kingsley Lake Cemetery on Saturday PLEDGES
-
1 6 Aug. 29. Everyone is wel-


RANGE and come Silcox.tools to come to work and with.bring-Fannie lunch: Wanderer Of TheWasteland Honest, Prompt and Courteous Service To All



With James \Varren and Our Schools Churches and Government
TEEN TOWN NOTICE are
Richard Martin

Sale'k Teen Town safeguarding the future with programs for
will
0Weekend open Friday "Lost
On Plus Chap. 1 of Serial
night, Aug. 28. All teenagersare I Planet" young people. I love our young men and women

welcome. and have enjoyed directing their athletic and rec-
Safarior
For ONLYREGULAR Sun., Mon., Tues.
reational
There
finer people
I NOTICE TO ,\PPE.UtI. 30 31 Sept. 1 programs. are no
Aug
trip to the moon, you'll' Clrralt Court Bradford Ceaatn I than
Florida IB Ckaaeery.John anywhere your children and mine. I will

.. take lots of clothing and Camacho Plaintiff, VS. Gladys I DESERT LEGION .
other personal belongingswith Camacho, Defendant. gladly continue to help in ,every way to. keep
Case No. 10-013:

PRICE 15995 you. .Votlre To: Gladys T. Apprari Camacho. whose .rest Alan In TechnicolorWith Ladd Richard Conte clean minds in clean bodies. Many cities, thru

And it should come home with dence Street. and Brooklyn address Xew is: York.198 Floyd and Arlene Dahl their police departments, are engaged in crime

This Is A Full Size 36 Inch Range you. BUT IT MAY NOT! salt You for are hereby notified that a Plus Cartoon and :News prevention by athletic programs for young

To be safe, better see us fora Divorce custody and control ol
low cost Personal Effects has minor child people at very small expense and with great re
been filed
against you tn the Wed. Thur.-Sept. 2, 3
We Guarantee This To Be The Best policy before you leave. yoU above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of I turns.

your answer or pleading to the DOUBLE FEATUREIt

complaint on the PlaintltTf A Chief Of Police Who Is A Real Friend
Buy In Town Starke Attorney Florida T. Frank Landrum Grows On TreesWith For Of All

and file the original in the
the Clerk of t> Circuit Court office of Irene Dunne And Has A
H. C. or before the on Our Young People, Truly Heart

I 28 day of September, 1953;
-And- :

Slade Gas Co. AGENCWALLPhone 146 Y ,Complaint otherwise id by you.This notice.the will shall le allegations taken b.as published confess of sale. MAN'S CASTLEWith 1 < For Them VOTE FOR


once each week for four consecutive
weeks in the Bndford County Tele- Spencer Tracy and
200 E. Call Street
graph. '
Thomas
Herb
Loretta Young
StarkeAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Dated this IS day of August 1953.

PHONE 121 STARKE ,FLA. (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles A.Court Darn Plus Latest World News ,

By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
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AUGUST 28, 1953 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
PAGE FIvE

. --_ r rrrrrrSi Wayne Edwards returned Tues- Mrs. Madeline Jones will returnto Mrs. S. E. Sparks and Mrs. Mrs. Harold'Norman spent last -- ,-- ---- ---- _. ,
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day from a ten days' vacation to her home in Los Angeles, Calif. D. L. Thomas and children visited week with her daughters at Miami .. - -- -- -- -- ,--- -- --.- -
Sarasota and Frostproof, visiting today after a visit of several weeks Mrs. Sparks' brother and sister- Beach.

relatives and friends. with her mother, Mrs. A. L. Cros- in-law, Judge and Mrs. H. L. Wilson Sunday dinner guests of Mr.and .

t'lr0C.01N :Mr.! and :Mrs. C. W. Stricklandof by, Sr. and other relatives and in Bronson Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs. Maxie Carter were Capt., EARL

Daytona Beach, were weekend friends. While visiting-in Florida Lena Andrews and Carl and Mrs. C. B. Starling, Mrs. W.

THE NEWS guests of Dr. and Mrs. Calvin J. she spent some time in Daytona Hough of Orlando were guests the A. Starling and Mr,. and Mrs. W.
Houpt. Beach and Pompano Beach. I first of the week of their father, C. Brumbaugh all of Jacksonville.

- - Mrs. Mary Dally is spending this Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham and H. L. Hough, and Mrs. Hough. Other Sunday guests were Mr.

J. R. Wainwright and :Mrs. Mrs. A. W. Anderson and :Mr. week in the mountains of North family and Mrs. Bertha E. Fuller, Mrs. L. L. Morgan and daughter and Mrs. Ed. Gross and Mr. and

Darby left Sunday fordays' and Mrs. John Anderson and son, Carolina near Waynesville. On left Tuesday for Jay, Oklahoma. Judy, were business visitorsin Mrs. Rex Davis of Jacksonville..Mrs. .

visit in Miami withiVainwright's John left Saturday for Pittsburgh, her return home she will stop in to visit relatives.a From there Mr. Palatka Tuesday.Mrs. R. E. Hazen and daughter,

[ brother-in-law Pa. to visit :Mrs. Anderson's son- Douglas, Ga. to pick up her daughter and Mrs Graham will go to St. J. M. Mitchell, ,Mrs. Lester Frances of Brooker were luncheon
rln-laW .:D. in-law Mary Ann who has been Louis, Mo. to attend the American I Crews and small daughter, Carolyn COOK'SGroceries
:.ist ;; :Mr. and Mrs and daughter,*Mr. and :Mrs. guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs.
lark. They were accompanied Edward Schwab, and relatives in visiting relatives.Dr. Legion Convention. ,Mr. Graham' and Miss Louise'Stern spent Vasco Hazen.
and Mrs. A. A. Kartsonis is delegate from the 4th district of Tuesday in Madison
as guests of
_nome by Mary Catherine and Betty Philadelphia for two weeks. Mrs. J. S. Wynns'of Tampa
Lou Wahtwright, who spent last ':Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plater and I will leave Saturday for- a two Florida. En route home they will Mrs. Henry Messer. spent last week here with the

week with their uncle and aunt. son, Stephen, of Jacksonville were I weeks' Visit with Mrs. Kartsonis' stop over in Jay and pick up their :Margaret Craig of Jacksonville Misses Juanita and Minnie Bes-
Mrs. John Griffin of Ochlocknee, weekend guests of Mr. and :Mrs.J parents, Capt. and Mrs. John E. children. Mrs. Fuller will remainin Beach is spending this week with
Tsavaris, of Woodside, Long Island Jay with her mother for several]
Ga. and little niece. Evelyn Thom K. Douglas.Mrs. I before going to their new weeks. her little cousin, Vicki Frees. sent.Mr.. and Mrs. C. L. Scholl en-
son of Monticello, left Sunday for G. L. Chapman of Live Mrs. George Carter of Cocoa several
last week
home in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. W. Randall and joyed days at
Mrs. Griffin's home after' enjoyinga Oak arrived Friday for a visit P. spent a few days here this week The Cloisters Sea Meats
visit here with Mr, and Mrs. F. with her sons Sgt.. Johnny Chap- I Mr. and Mrs. Wesley, Andrewshad son Bill Jr., of Tampa are spending with her sister, Mrs.' J. H. Fields. Island Ga. Feed
as, their guests at their lake this week at the Alvarez cot- Friends of Mrs. Martha Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields
P. Stump. Mrs-W. Thomson man and Robert V. Chapman of Henry
and her two other children;' Fred Camp Blanding.Mr. place near Keystone Heightslast tage ,on Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Saunders of Brazenorton AirBase visited Rainbow Ranch at Palatka I 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits
ifonticellc week 'and the first part of this[Mrs. Randall's daughter':Miss Lou England will be Interestedto and Ponce deLeon Springs last North
die-and Marjorie Ellen of and Mrs. C. D. Edwardshad I I t
week Mrs. Andrews' brotherinlaw Randall, also of the Sunday. Phone
Tampa spent 339-J
know that she called her
;left Thursday for their home as dinner guests Sunday Mr. parents -
I ,
and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. J. weekend at the lake. When the Rev.and Mrs. Homer Swindell
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. QUANTITY
Mr. RIGHTS
after enjoying a visit with and and Mrs. James Griffin, of.Whispering Henry, RESERVED
L.[ Dowling of Daytona Beach,,Mr. Randalls leave, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. I and of
last Wednesday and said son Anthony Kentucky Specials for Thur.
night
Mrs.-Stomp. They were accom- Pines and their house guests, I ,Fri. Sat' A"g"
aijd Mrs. George Cottman of West Monteith and son, Joe Monteith. that: she thought she and her visited friends here while on their 27' 28> 29
panied home by :Mr. Thomson who Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Steaves of M
Palm Beach and Mrs. T. C. Chas- of Eustis and Mr. and Mrs. Mack husband would be able to come'way to South Florida.,
spent Wednesday and Thursday 8ridgeport.Conn..
here., Mrs. G.,B. E, mn and Mrs. C. A. tain of Hampton. McGriff will occupy'the cottage. home for Christmas. j'I R. C. (Pee Wee) Dampier returned -

Linda Kay and Sandra WhIte, Darby spent last.Friday in Gainesville I Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown and Miss Frances Lamereau of Win- Mrs. W. J. Studstill spent last I I to the Veterans Hospital, RICE cello pk
Dr. McCollom of Tallahassee and and Miss Linda Shiverof
ter Haven Sibs
Lake after the weekend
i
City spending -
I .head'of Bayless section spent a where Mrs. Flynn went for Thursday at Hope Haven Hospitalin 64C
'Mr. and :Mrs. Roy Baysmore of Waycross, Ga. spent last week
few days this week with Dianne medical treatment.Pat 'I Jacksonville visiting her niece, at his home here. He has
and Margaret Colson. Harper, of Camp Blandingwas ,I Miami are spending this week at here as guests of Miss Sylvia Julia Barthlow, who was operatedon I been a patient there for the past ,

),1", and Mrs. G. B. Williams of the guest.a few days this weekof Dr. Brown's cottage on KingsleyLake. Alvarez. recently. Julia's friends will I three weeks. OLYMPIA YELLOW C. STYLE

Lake City were weekend guestsof Charlene Hardy ., Carl Jentzen of Winter Haven be glad to know that she is doing
Mr. and Mrs. R. Dansby, Mr.. and ,Mrs. G. A. Barker of I Mrs. B. E. Bennett, Sr. and Mr: was the weekend guest of Mr. and nicely. TIlE RIGHT POINT for the cans
and Mrs. B. E. Bennett Jr. of write. Come in and select CORN 2303
Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. way you
Mrs 'Charles Myers and baby, Gainesville spent Thursday here Mrs. H.- M. Griffin and son, 27C
I Marianna were weekend guests of Mrs. Fred E. Francis, Jr. of Ft. your favorite .ESTERBKOOK
Sandy, "Jacksonville spent last with Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen. Dick, of Waldo were guests Wednesday -
Vasco V. "Hazen Mrs. Bennett's son-in-law and Myers is visiting her mother, Mrs.E. 'of Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at -
week at Kingsley Lake with Mrs. Mr: and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. ,
Brunswick daughter, Rep. and Mrs. Doyle E. Priest, and brother-in-law BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- -
Myers mother, :Mrs. Jmrtus M. and family spent Sunday in I! C. Griffin. I .oI!!
Smith, and Mr. Smith. and St.: Simons,_ Ga. ZJouner. and sister. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. JUI \;)
I Friends of :Mrs. Cecil Sewell (Red) Alvariz. I DANDY FARRIS

I ALVAREZ' STORE ;I n's Clothing m will turned be Monday glad to learn from that St. she Luke's re-,I"lingen Edward, Texas and Pat are Priest visiting of Har-their LOVELY GLASS GRITS

Established 1894 Hospital in Jacksonville where she, grandmother, Mrs. E. C. Priest. tREE. LARD

; underwent a minor operation.Mr. Miss Dolores McKnight spent

children. and of Mrs.Altha G.and F. Mrs.Sewell Agnus and last. and weekend Mrs. William in Bartow Hicks.visitingMr. (ADDITIONAL COST) COUPETTEI I 5 Ib Pk943 7 Ib jar $| .J9

Daffin of Columbus, Ga. were Metropol of .
Harry and Jimmy THE UJIJT IN SMART TAIL SERVICE 1
weekend of Cecil Sewell.
guests
Manning, S. C. were guests Sundayof -
STARKE4.r Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Underhill Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McKnight

of St. Petersburg spent la.st weekat a s.
enroute to Tampa. s. ,Yo
the L. M. Gaines' cottage on and daughter,
RADIOS Mrs. Leon Moorer
& TV SERVICE Santa Fe Lake. They were joined Lee left Sunday for New Orleans

part of the time by Mts. Under to be with Mr. Moorer, who will be t t SUGAR 56sYELLOW

hill's sister, Mrs. Ruby Johns. there several days. Mr._Moorer 39C
Reasonable Guaranteed Service
.Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy were radio
is on the S. S. Koposla as ,

On All Makes Radios or TVIF and visiting Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.Charles W. H.Hardy Bryan and Sr. operator.Jerry Moran returned Sundayto ROSE (With cup or Vase Free)

family In Gainesville Sunday. his home in New York City Lbs
RADIO OR TV SET IS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand FLO UR
YOUR children visited relatives in after enjoying a short vacation 25 $187 1
NOT GIVING YOU here with his mother-in-law, Mrs.
Reesville, S. C. ,and toured the I Ii ,
p. A. Moore, at Kingsley Lake.
SATISFACTIONCaD Great Smokies last week; stopping I
Mrs. Moran remained for a longer PARKREAL
at Ashville N. C., Gatlins- BUY '

198-W At Once burg and Chattanooga. Tenn. visit Mr.with and her Mrs.mother.Dave Turner of Ft. rolls for
s Mrs. D. C. Forehand and Mrs. T TISSUE 3
Lauderdale were weekend guestsof 19C
Ralph Allyson of Albany, Ga. arquests e Mrs. Turner's sisters :Misses .
Street Next Door To Nasworthy'sFREE this week of Col. and Mrs.
228 E, Call Juanita and Minnie Bessent. On MM

T. T. Long. Sunday the Misses Bessents hadi 1 r K. PRIDE
Mr. and Ernest O'Neal
Mrs. I I 303' CANS
i as guests Mrs. Mary Robinson and
s and three children of Myari, Cuba Mrs. Lillian Reed of Jacksonville. for
spent a few days this week aguests s TURNIP GREENS
Friends of Mrs. R. J. Davis will 1 19C
of Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
be interested to know that she
FREE FREE Slade at Kingsley Lake.' They :Guaranteed Ey
is stopping at Mrs. H. L. Brown- Good Noaekeepiet
were enroute home after spendinga
lee's home temporarily.
70 Goof Gas Gnren AwayBy month In the States, visitinghere Mrs. X.'M. Smith and two sons
and in New Jersey and Miss FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY
week in Opalocka with POTATOES Ibs'
last
spent AT MOST BORDEN DEALERS
issippi. 90
Cumber's Gas'* StcitionSATURDAY relatives.Mr. 29c
I Mr. and Mrs Lawrence B. Williams
and Mrs. J. H. Mpyer and
BEFORE -XMAS? IT WILL HAPPEN of Palmetto returned to \
daughter Janie, and,Bobbie Wiggins -
'S50gals. of'gai be-jiven away. /signature gets 20 gals. 2nd their home Sunday after spend- of Jacksonville were guests 110\' 4 R GEI

signature gets 15 gals. 3rd signature gets 10 gals. 4th signature ing a week with Mr. and Mrs. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. One

gets 5 gal Robert Chapman of Camp Bland- for
.
Wiggins.Mrs.
BOgg
'With every 5 gals of gas purchased at CUMBER'S GAS STATION ing. Overnight guests Sunday of C. D. Pepper of Miami was How in SPAGHETTI 2 2SC
the Chapmans were Mr. and Mrs. .
3 !? miles North of Starke on SOl, you leave your sig- the guest Sunday of Mrs. R. L.
Alfred and children of FLPierce.
l'.tur .Every Saturday at 8 PJL there will be a signature selected << Welling Morgan.Mr. Your WIFE. (WITH TOMATO SAUCE AND CHEESE
) IN GLASS
and Mrs. W. B. Sewell
returned -
for the 10 gals of free gas.11 signatures are saved for the NOBIN '
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Alvarez and MAYPOLE -
:final selection. Drive for miles on CUMBER'S free' gas. Last children, Cynthia Ann and James two weeks ago from their A SERIES
summer home in Little Switzerland
._week's lucky signature CLAUDE MYERS, Lawtey FU. G., Jr. of Ft. Lauderdale and Mr. fib
print
N. C. They were accom- fLOUR F J bag $4.79
Alvarez' mother, Mrs. Hildabelle 1
A MESSAGE TO MY FRIENDS AND NEW panied home by their two daughters -
ACCOUNTS Bence of Jacksonville are occupy Miss
: Gayle Sewell dietician I
'I am now prepared to take care of your needs in the ing the Bence cottage on Kingsley at Student osHpital at Louisiana IV III II I

line of welding, brazing, burning, and electric welding. Lake until Labor Day. I State University, and Miss Virginia ) XTRA SPECIAL _
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson of
Bring the job to I will to the job. ( Sewell. music teacher at Ft. ccu14fsc-' 1
me or go My guarantee Gainesville and Miss Myra Crut- P PIT
prevails. The job must hold or else it costs you nothing herd of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Lauderdale some time High with School them, who in Little spent I BOTTEROZ'W4 9CDUZ

for re-weld. W. N. Johnson Saturday after- Switzerland. Miss Virginia Sewell. % \

JOS. H. CUMBER noon. her '
accompanied by sister, left TIDE ORCHEER
Mrs. E. E. Tanner, Mrs. Robert last
Sunday for Ft. Lauderdale
Formerly the welder at Ed Prevatt's Garage Mrs. Lawrence Wil- to
Chapman resume her teaching. Miss Gayle large box <
liams and SFC Johnny Chapmanwere Sewell returned the latter part of | ftC

at Imeson Airport in Jack- the week and will remain with

sonville Wednesday night to mee.t her parents, for another week's
Miss Jackie Tanner who arrivedfor vacation.

a few days visit with her par-I Mrs. M. L. Wainwright of
El ftDinATHEATRE'l
nts in Camp Blanding. Miss Tan- Hawthorne was a visitor this weekof
r STARKE I ner returned Monday to her job Mrs. A. A. :McDonald. I ea Meat
with the Glidden Paint Co. in Atlanta SpecialsFRYERS

Dedicated To Community Service ,. Ga. =YYYYYYYYYTYTTTTYYTTTTYTY
"Movie Are Better Than Ever" Mrs. Freda Manire and Mrs. :-

Hettie Jones spent last week with I
If you find,your name concealed in the Florida Theatre 4td their aunt, Mrs. Alice Wynn, in Doubk-Deaer/! /

cut ad out and present it to-Box Office for FREE TICKETS Tampa. lb

I Mrs. Rosie Girton and daughter,
Sate 29 ONLY I 49C
Aug. Tues.. Wed.-Sept. 1. 2 I Jane Hubbard. of St. Petersburg

DOUBLE-FEATURE- returned to their, home Sunday

after spending several days with s CHUCK

Cleveland Neal and other rela- Double her of
enjoyment daytime
,
tives. Ib
STEAK ROAST
Lt. Rodney Hall of Ft. Benning, ti home life-with a new radio or 39C
Ga. spent the weekend with his

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall. f"TVset! And incidentally) the new
Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Thomas of

Coal Creek, Ky. and Mr. and Mrs.E. ?r fall evening programs won't be PANG SAUSAGE Ib

a Y; Johnson of Memphis. Tenn. rCHARLEY

t were overnight guests of Mrs. W. E. JOHNS & SON hard for-parr to take either. 39C

N. Johnson recently.

YxTdp Mr. and Mrs. Dave- Paulk and about this question

family spent the:weekend in Willa- SWIFTS
AT SMOKED
-And- U RfSTARS coochee with Mrs. Lola Lindsey.Mrs. The increasing travel accident ALL MEAT

ANDGUITARS E. R. Smyth and childrenof GIVE HER THE OLD "ONE-TWO"

Plus "Forest Fantasy" Cartoon New Orleans are -spending this rate has persuaded me to take SAUSAGE WEIHERSLb'
Foil bock
nitons -to-the-oirwoys for the
And Latest World News week here with Mrs. Smyth's .td,1 cream of the entertainment world... .
Guitar*and Bruce mother. Mrs. Bear ba Pearce. out Trip-Accident Insurancefor big-time football m
PluI! "On Land Pussy Cat" Cartoon .. Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Noble of CEEJ gomes..outstandingL
ADOLPH GAY vacation trip. Can :J symphony orchestras. Add to this the 'Lb
and No. 4 Serial my .
Sarasota
Chap.
were guests Friday of reception of news as it's happening, 29C 29C.

SEEBER GOODMAN Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. you provide the Traveler's 25c other sporting events and inler ling children's programs-you'll
Thurs. Fri.-Sept.. 3
4
Mrs. Noble was the former :Miss I agree that radio and TV are 'the best buy for oR this fallSEE ,

Sun.. Mon.-Aug. 30, 31 Genevieve Rivers of Starke. a day "accident Tickets"
Terror his Mrs. J. C.. Warren of Jackson- WEST COAST
pink
{ in ii9 t which for LARGE
: cover to $5,000 .
JANE ville Is the guest this week of her up

Russ u.MARIpN. nephew and niece., Mr. and Mrs.C. lb
.. accidental death or dismemberment MULLET
H. Quick Sr. 25C

ONRoE ., Mrs. J. H. Fields had as guests and also pays up, to.
wx
;, rg last weekend her sister-in-law,
Itk:4 Mrs. W. M. Haight and Mrs. Em- 52 weeks for disability? \ RIB &

: tieiitlemeif ; p11I0 MANON ma Mr.Biersbach and Mrs.of Jacksonville.Tyler Kite and RK 0 I ,y STEW BEEF Lb

family of Pueblo, Colorado were E Johns 1SC
Charley
AT(6HTftQ1 guests last weekend of Mrs. J. R. YOUR DEALERs

r copy el*w ,otte. SOUTHERN
MAID
Bloiidt Kite.Mrs.
C. C. Mendoza NEW FREE BOOKLET...
I a TECHNICOLOR ( Cliff and daughter Miss and Gloria son. & Son AgencyPhone Ii; }!,- OLEO (in quarters) lb QCFRIDAY

Plus "Bargain Daze" Cartoon and Johns of Jacksonville were guests <.EJ! |
Latest World News Plus "Jerry and Jumbo" Cartoon last Saturday of Mrs. Mendoza's

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FRIDAY' ALGUST: %8, 1953

%Adder's Labor Saving AppliancesAre EVERYTHING ANY OD -NEEDS FOR. ., TITVTVTfVTfffTTfVffVTTTTBR00KER -Davises this week Is little Mar H. M. RIcharde on Tuesday
Mills
garet of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Long from

James Harrell son of Mr. and Ft. Pierce and Mrs. R. L. Bell of

A Big Help To Busy MothersNow 1N'kffI' Grace G. Bigbam Mrs. J. C. Harrell is' home froma I Marianna are spending this week
'I two weeks' tour of seven states.He with Mr, and Mrs E. C. Long and
A..AA.AA.AAAAA A along with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Martha.

that a new school term will who must economize in every way Brooker is really getting a"face II Beach of Gainesville attendedthe : Friends are glad to hear W E.

soon be 'under way, it is essential .she can. You can buy a Hotpoint zL lifting" job. Monday they ', Grand Ole Opry in Nashville Feagle is beginning to improv
for mothers of school age children range now for as* little as $19.95 started pushing down the giant and several ball games in Georgia. after a severe illness of last wee!
to begin planning how to use their down and $10 per month. A oaks which lined our Main street, L. A. Mott, Jr. and Kenneth and this.Marilyn,
time during the day to the best modern Hotpoint refrigerator will I in order to widen the street and Scarborough are home after spend-

advantage. WINKLER ELEC- cost you only'$27.95 down and Housewives Rely On The Ueteria Bullingfon Says put in sidewalks. At present, ing Dunnellon.Mrs.a week .with L. A.'s relativesin Monroe,

TRIC SERVICE can be a big helpto $10 per month.Of things look mighty naked, but Jane
Russell
you in this respect course. Winkler is also headquarters -i sidewalks will be a great improve- Hazel Crosby and Rev. TeamIn

With the servant problem still !' for radios television, To Save Valuable Money And TimeTake 'Picture Craft' ment to our community. Ressie R. Carlton were recently Florida FilmWith
critical, mothers must rely more heaters, and many other house- I Vernon Overturf left Tuesday married at Folkston Ga. At the

,. and more .on modern labor-saving hold necessities. There is no more for active duty with the Army. He present they are making their Jane Russell and Marilyn
devices to do the job. That is famous name in radio and televi- the drudgery out of wash- financial rocks," the Washeteriawarns. I Pine For YouthIs is presently stationed at Ft. Jackson home in Brooker.Mr. Monroe two of Hollywood's most
where the BENDIX Home Laundry sion than ZENITH and Winkler'sis day! Don't take a chance S. C. Wife, Shirley is tem- and Mrs. W. A. Brown of fabulous figures in the starring
I sold in Starke at WINKLER'S headquarters in this area for- This is the slogan advocated for when .it is so easy and sjmple to porarily making her home in Dunnellon were Sunday visitors at roles, the movie version of
I can be a real "life eaver". Many Zenith sales and service. busy housewives by the manage- there an artist in your fami- Brooker with her parents, the L. the home of Mrand Mrs. L. A. "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" will
women do not realize that they And"ilon't forget it may be ment of The WASHETERIA at L Parkers. Mott.Mr. show at the Florida Theatre this
genuine Bendix for but it won't be ly? You might not think so, but -and Mrs. Chester Connellyof and .
can buy a as hot weather, now 325 Temple Avenue. :Mr. and :Mrs. C. W. Sunday Monday.The
a Tompkinsof
low as $199.95, and on convenient long before you'll be needing a "Just place your laundry in one it's true that every member of the Jacksonville, were overnight Wauchula were weekend guestsof famous Anita Loos story,
terms too if they desire. Thus heat to dress by in the can the satisfactionof I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry.
little of our automatic machines and in family enjoy guests of the O. W. Barrys last dealing with the tastics of a couple
one major problem .- keeping mornings. Why not attend to 40 minutes receive them spotlesslyclean 1 painting beautiful pictures with Friday night.- They, the Tompkins I I Mr. and Mrs. Benny McRae an- of notorious gold-diggers, has
school children in clean clothes this now before the winter rush and ready to iron! This convenient amazing Picture Craft says BUL- and Barrys, spent the week nounce the birth of a daughter, chalked up quite'a record since it

is easily solved. begins? We are proud of our line service'costs only 40 cents LINGTON'S STUDIO. Perhapsyou end visiting relatives at Haines 1(I Marcia Ann at Alachua General was first published in 1926. In
Winkler is also the dealer for have already seen many of Hospital on August 18. Mother its stage version it -
of space heaters and have the per machine of 9 piunds capacity. was a reigninghit
famous HOTPOINT line of electric these lovely hand.painted pictureson City.Mrs. I and daughter are now at home of the
Broadway
one to do the job for you Bleach furnished free! Washed, Lottie Boards had as stage a coupleof
and ranges-another right the walls of friend's with Barbara's the
refrigerators your parents George seasons
her ago.
small. dried and folded for only 60c. guests last Friday her sister i
"must" for.the thrifty housewife no matter how large or homes.It Raborns.
This is the good news broughtto and mother, Mrs. F. :M. Norman Miss Monroe, who has the role
tired mothers by the management is a wonderful hobby for the Sr. of Starke. John ahd Theney Freeman are of Lorelei sings and dances such "
of The WASHETERIA. All student, and for the older folks, Mrs. H. S. Anderson Mrs. also announcing the birth of a captivating tunes as "DiamondsAre I
Let Driggers Furniture Co.:Help Plan work there is done in automatic too, says Bullington's. No special "Charlie" Roberson and Mrs. A. son, John Ferrell on July 9.tfffTTTTTTTTVTTVTTTtTTTT. a Girl's Best Friend" and "A
Bendix washers snap furnished.No artistic ability is needed. The directions Miller spent Tuesday in Live Oak Little Girl from Little Rock".
are easy to follow and are visiting Miss Ada Mae Roberson. Lorelei's pal Dorothy, is played by
mother to her-
can do justice
Private 'Study Nook' For Students self or her family if she attemptsto Mr. and Mrs. Bob Martin, of Miss Russell. The strong supporting -
Dunedin, cast is headed
stopped enroute to Jack- STATE FARM by Charles
do the household laundry in ad-
sonville to visit with daughter, Coburn as wealthy victim of
it's hard to believe that I few inexpensive floor lamps or dition to her many other djties.: A just bring your family! wash to th; Rita the
Yes to spend a short time with ,................ gold-diggers' operation.
but I would solve the prob- mother who is tired out after a WASHETERIA. You can eithersit I .......
vacation days are alre.adyover, desk lamps the A. Millers last Sunday. Most of the action takes placeon
fact remains that starts day of laundering is in no condi- and wait in comfort while we Here Sunday spend-the-day of
the visiting this week from guests a Europe-bound boat and the-
next Monday and parents with lem.Every student is also entitled toa tion to prepare her school children do your clothes, or you may go on Dunnellon is Mrs. Rita Brown, the L. L. Wainwrights. were Mr. antics of the girls one a wise-
should be desk where he can keep the good, hot evening meal that and attend to your other shopping and Mrs.
school age children private mother of Mrs. L. A. Mott. H. L. Tucker and'daugh- cracking brunette and the othera
thinking of ways and means to his books pencils notebooks and they require during the school chores or household duties. Then I -' Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and ters Robin and Judy of Gaines- beautiful but dumb blonde -
make the. year of study pleasantand other papers without fear of hav- term. when you call for your chothes a daughters have just returned home ville and Mr. and Mrs. Tommie provide many:hilarious moments.
profitable for the 'children. ing them disturbed or lost. DRIG- "If a mother ruins her health by shqrt while later you will find I sure to result in a beautiful paint recently from a .week at Daytona Larkin and children, Nancy, Tom
That's where DRIGGERS FURNI GERS has a nicesselectlon of desks overwork, then she has saved them clean and sweet just as ing. Visit BULLINGTON'S now Beach and visiting relatives in Ft. mie. and Jimmie all of Jackson- CARD OF THANKS
TURE CO. can be of great help. and chairs suitable for student use, nothing in the long run and may good or better than if you had and pick out several of the de Pierce. ville. We wish to thank our friends:

No child can obtain the highest and at very moderate prices. eventually put the family on the,,,done them at home. lightful scenes that are available. Barbara Sue Davis returned Former residents of the State for the many kindnesses and

marks without a certain amountof It's hard to realize ,now that They will be such fun for you and home Friday night from a week's Farm, Arthur Crews and Mrs. Nell beautiful floral offerings duringour
home study and he i. much winter is "just around the corner," the children during the long win visit with friends in Jacksonville. Crews and three children of Orlando recent bereavement.RobertBird

more likely to stay home and apply but such is the case so don't let- Gem Jewelry Offers Finest Watches ter evenings and they make I House guest of the George had lunch with Mr. and Mrs. Merry Knight and family.
himself if him home providessome it catch you napping. No mat wonderful gifts for the person I
degree of' privacy for study. ter what your heating problem we "who already has everything."

If the home is not large enough to have a handsome Nesco heater Best Service JewelsEd BULLINGTON'S is also local SPECIAL 10V/H
allow each boy' and girl a separ- that will do the job for you. This Repair Lovely agent for the amazing rew Pola- VALUES

ate room, at least they should havea whiter enjoy the comfort and econ- roid camera the new "magic r GGES1

"nook" to call their own, and omy of a nice, new oil-burning Simpson of the GEM and Bulova all nationally advertised camera" that takes a picture and
this should be furnished to makeit heater. JEWELRY advises mothers and and guaranteed.See turns out the finished print in aminute's
appealing to the youngster. If your child does have the. ad. time. "Nothing matchesthe I
fathers to start the new school our window display for other
Many mothers and fathers are vantage of a private room, let term right with a nice watch for beautiful and useful gifts and be thrill of picture-a-minute photography HI

wearing glasses' today because of DRIGGERS show'you how it can every boy and girl in the family.A .I convinced that quality has,no sub- says Bullington. "And I O.
eyestrain in their youth due to be furnished attractively and comfortably reliable watch is a student's'I stitute. Handsome pen and pencil ,nothing would make a more appreciated y
improper lighting. Why take this most valued friend and constant" sets are always popular with i birthday or Christmasgift
with children when a at a very moderate cost. AT .. ,
risk your \ than of these wonderfulnew
one THE
companion. Punctuality is one of the busy student, and are especially KOCH
the most important traits a young useful during the school term. cameras." DRUG $TO RE / .,),i '7. a

person can learn, and a good\And when that birthday rolls Hallmark greeting cards are always ara
To Fill Needs
Fanners Supply Ready watch is the best way to teach it. around, nothing is more suitablefor the cleverest and most attractive -

I There is. no excuse then to be late either boy or girl than a and Bullington's has sucha PPtc MEMO BOOK
to classes or appointments.Watch beautiful birthstone ring. And, as wide assortment that you're sure 5C
Big 3 x 5 ruled -. , , , 64 sheets
And Families jTalue"
Of()f Rural Students repair service at GEM always, GEM JEWELRY has a I to find just the right card to express -
JEWELRY is known far and wide beautiful selection of Bond, Art-. your sentiments on any oc- PENCIL LEADS
for its high standards, and ownersof carved American Beauty and'casion.I C
"We are mighty glad to hear sell, so you are assured of satis- fine watches in this area have Feature-Lock Interlocking Dia- Mr. Bullington is always on hand thin or standard size . Package

that the agricultural departmentof faction when you buy there. come to depend on Ed Simpson for mond Rings. "The House of Fine and ready to take pictures of wed-
our high school is being expanded Other items stocked by this pop- quality service since he first came Diamonds". dings, parties, entertainments, etc. FOUNTAIN PEN INKS lOc

and will have more students ular store include Insulator Board, to Starke, more than a decade ago. Get the habit of looking at GEM at a very moderate feeJust permanent or washable . . .- . . .
than ever this year" says the Roofing Thick-Butt Shingles Asbestos "You will be surprised how JEWELRY first. You'll be pleased phone 265 for this service. -

management of the FARMERS Siding Tarpaulins in popu- easy it is to own a nice' watch," with quality and price. There is WAX CRAYONS 20

SUPPLY store on Tenth Street. lar sizes and substantial items for Mr. Simpson says. "Prices startas no "high pressuring" in our service top quality; 16 rich colors . . . .
"Our county needs more good the children in the wheel toy line. low as $19.95, and we are al. to Edwards Grocery CotnPletewt
but only a sincere attempt -
farmers, and we are pleased to see "We are in business with the ways glad to make terms to suit o S u P Pges.wfltiaB
interested determination to serve the people see that every customer gets what ockea t, ..ne

so many of our young men the convenience of the customer.On std ZIPPER
in farming. with quality hardware and other display you will find such well-: he wants at a price he can afford Offers

Future Farmers, Future Home- farm and.home necessities at fair known names as Elgin Hamilton,, to pay. QualityAt BINDERS .4 qRC

makers, and 4-H boys and girls prices," says Mr. Johnson. "We ..........- ...
will find in the FARMERS SUP- are proud to say that we have not I "BIG III
PLY all the dependable tools and swayed from this goal and our Low PricesI lo VALUE"/

farm implements that "are so nec- customers'know that they'are as- PhilcoLineOfferedByNasworthyIs I PENCILS

essary to success in modern farm- sured of a square deal when they .; UP TO
Housewives who have formedthe
ing and homemaking.Half trade with us." $6.95
In Television And habit of shopping at ED
the battle on the farm is There: is always plenty of park- Tops Appliances I WARDS' GROCERY know that
equipment to work
having good BIG
at the Farmers Supply rB
with and the Farmers Supply is ing space they are getting the most in quantity -
the best. so why not do your shopping therein P-H-I-L-C-O those are the as $179.95, and Nasworthy is always and quality for their money,
for selling
known always .
They stand behind everything they comfort and ease? magic letters that spa service I I glad to arrange terms to no matter what the.trend in prices ASsorted colors -. - - mmmimm mam .
and satisfaction for thousands of I'suit the- convenience of the customer. happens to be. meta", .:.... fttatmy Buy! ,
fortunate users of radios televi- For instance did you know With the opening of school at 0 fimsh.No.2Iead, /, 2-cr3-punch, "
2 5c 5
Air Conditioned Guidon Grill sion- sets electric ranges, home that you can become the proud hand we know that plenty of 39c FlllER PAPIERMECHANICAL X; wide ruled.

freezers, and refrigerators, and owner of a new Philco televisionfor good, wholesome food is a "must"if PACK OF 12 I i PBig, count!.. ,

many other appliances throughoutthe only a few cents per day? our children are to remain - --
Popular With Students And ParentsGeorge country. Hundreds of satisfied And listen to this AMAZING I I healthy and full 6f pep during the

customers are clients of NAS OFFER! With each Refrigerator, long fall and winter months. est PENCIL Asstdcolors
WORTHY GENERAL SUPPLIES. Range or Freezer sold by Nas- EDWARDS' GROCERY on Hi- 404 p 91Q'Ni.\\

Kopelousos, genial proprietor tions served. headquarters for PHILCO productsin worthy's during the next three way 30J just south of city limits, j S1i.S. ( 2 0 cUses4standard
air-c onw "George," as he is familiarly Starke and surrounding area. beautiful
of the completely weeks we are giving a strives to supply the largest variety ..Eo
ditioned GUIDON GRILL is always known, is a booster for the school PHILCO is synonymous with 43-piece set of National Silver of fine foods to the peopleof o mr leads. Iand

glad to see a new term of and can. always be found behind the best and finest reception in Plate a $57.00 value ABSOLUTELY _ -
school get under way. ."I like to any worthwhile movement; for the Television'' and with" the fall and FREE.; Be sure to get
seethe' children going by on,their betterment of BHS whether it be winter season approaching there yours during this opportunity of a (tjeI2S.tfJ e COMPOSITION BOOK 10V x 8, ruled; wire binding. .15c

way to and from BHS, and I like the football team the band, or any will be many exciting new pro- lifetime. uw .s 1'Otl'lFILLER TABLETS 2- or 3-punch, ruled; big count . 25c <

to think that I am doing my part other activity. grams and sports events to choose "It is a pleasure to sell PHIL- at\\ot\'l\" s16 12" RULERS Simplex easy reading scale; brass edge. lOc
by'erving them and their patentsa .GUIDON, GRILL is open on from. If you are dissatisfied with CO," says Mr. Nasworthy "be-
good wholesome meal at a Sundays too and George states your old set if the screen is too cause my customers know the a es \ 'PENCIL SHARPENER "Twin Cutter" . . . Y8:

reasonable price," George says. that many families are taking advantage small or reception is not as goodas name stands for service and satis- to\Of', $ LEAD PENCILS Supreme; none finer. No. 2 lead . 5c ,
In its more than twelve years of of this service so that it should be see NAS- Whenever buy PHIL- f 1aP s. Count" 50 sheets lOc I
faction. you o t> 8 x 10 TABLET "Big . ,
mother to church with the
service to the people of Bradford can go WORTHY about a generous tradein '
County as well thousands of rest of the family and not have to on a brand new large-screen CO there is never any doubt. You MUCILAGE handy spreader top; large school size . 23c

tourists annually the Guidon Grill stay home and fret, over a hot PHILCO. You may be surprisedto know you've got the best bothin TABLETS Lord Baltimore, linen finish} ; 32 sheets . 25e ,

has build up an enviable reputa- learn that prices start as low quality and price." 11 size count 25c
tion for good food, hospitality, stove.What a pleasure it is for famil- .-..", Bradford County at the lowest TYPING TABLETS 8 x ; jumbo . t

cleanliness courteous waitressesand ies to dine together in the cool prices found anywhere. The every PENCIL ERASER old fashioned soap style . . 5c

Mr. clean atmosphere of the completely day savings effected by trading at POINT PEN Slend 0 Rite 69c''
moderate prices. Kope- Give Your Child A New BicycleFor BALL . . 4 .
lousos believes that he offers the air-conditioned G U I DON Edwards', allows housewives to which add CRAYON PENCILS-wood covered, box of 12 colors. Ifc
most reasonable meals to be found GRILL. Come in and let Georgeand variety to,their shopping .

anywhere, ,considering the qualityof his staff prove to you what Auto"No will be reflected in better more' si1-\ \\ .
the food and the generous por- fun dining out can be. School Advises Western delicious meals on the family

table.Being outside the congested ;maEasyw ; : i C FREE FREE

Good Clothing At Moderate PricesIs Mom-you don't need to I tackle paints etc. are just a few business area EDWARDS' has a lit .
carry me to school, Td rather ride I of the many items, too numerousto low overhead and can consequently r B itra.\
I mention. WITH EACH $1.00 PURCHASE
my new Western Auto bike. : pass the savings on to satisfied o
Followed Barksdale'sSchool Wouldn't that be sweet musicto customers in the form of lower
By
Policy the early mornIng SIZE DR. LYONS
your ears during %5T r. prices. Another advantage of be- tiH
rush when there are a dozen J ing out of the main business district 1R SN 1,1N SOC TOOTH PASTE

is opening a little earlY I ed brand name: are oh our shelves things to do and so little time to is that there is no parking a EAI.
and counters .- such famous do them in? Then hie yourself problem. The ladies never have
this year but it Is never too soon
names as Doris Dodson Juniors. down to the WESTERN AUTOSTORE trouble finding a parking
for mothers to start outfitting before school opens and any for e, GIFTS GIVEN AWAY
Lorett Togs Bobby Brooks Slim- place at Edwards' Grocery, FREE
their youngsters with good warm maker dresses, Red Gooose and let Mr. Jaudon show you how easyit there is plenty of room.for all. taint f5115x ed,

clothing that will wear well and Story Book shoes Studi boys is for your child (or children) EDWARDS' is ,also proud of its Each Tuesday 3 P.M.
I
yet not be too expensive.At shirts, MacGregor sportswear, and to enjoy the thrill and convenienceof meat department. Growing chil- ,

a time like this, when the fruit of thJ Loom underwear, owning a beautiful bike. dren need plenty of good, fresh I (\ YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TOUU
Berkshire, and Frai.'of the Loom During the school term, especially meat which gives them strengthfor I "
high cost of living makes every. k \ GET YOUR GIFT
a bicycle is more of a neces- work and play. Meat prices at I Ii
count, the buying public appreciates hose.BARKSDALE'S
penny a place like BARKSDALE'S shoe department' sity than a luxury. Boys and girls "We are certainly proud of the j Edwards are reasonable, tooarid SEE DISPLAY OF GIFTS IN
with bicycles never have to worry I is the best.
DEPARTMENT STORE is also a joy to parents and their I business we have built up in the quality
their parents to take them to I I There is no reason to waste ;'-, \f OUR WINDOW
where a genuine effort is made to children. Our special x-my shoe school and come for them ,in the years we have been in Starke," time "shopping around"for -

keep prices at a moderate level. fitter makes certain: that you get afternoon. Then too, a bicycle Mr. Jaudon says. "We feel that precious when you buy at EDWARDS'GROCERY !1
Barksdale's school clothes are your patronage is a vote of con-
the right size for that growing comes in very handy for running you are assured of get-
carefully chosen for wearabillty boy or girl, and that is so Important errands for mother. You will be fidence you have. in the Western ting the'lowest prices that can be
simplicity and economy, and we very surprised at the reasonable priceof Auto Store and we want you to i offered on quality merchandise. If KOCH DRUG STORE I
for future foot comfort. know that .
especially caer to the young folks. Western Auto bicycles. we really appreciate it. of Ed-
In preparation for school days We are sure you will enjoy And bicycles are just one of the We'will try to show our appreciation you are not already one
ahead, visit BARKSDALE'Sfpacious your visit to Barksdale's a many useful items carried by the by giving you the same wards satisfied customers stop by

modern store in Starke. store that would do justice to a local Western Auto Store. Household 1 cordial welcome and prompt serv- today. See the savings that can Starke Fla.
Shop around there and see how much larger,town. Come ia and appliances of all kinds, many' ice in the future that we have be yours by shopping in this complete Phone 53 ,

nany famo u, nationally advertis let us show you around. hardware items, toys fishing' given in the past. I modern, friendly food store.




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Shirley Jane Padgett, and others I
in our to balance j
power our budget
from Clay HilL I would love to and to live within our income if Building Permits May, $4,500. There were no permits
hear from more of irp childrenand issued during the month of
our way of life is to continue. I
I will Total January.Of .
people. answer.
$129,700So
voted for a Commission to study
An especially nice letter from d n the whole matter of'Congressional the $129,700 total for the

Lela :Mae Carter. She says they salaries and the salaries of our: Far This Year year thus far, $75,050 was for

have moved and she is very happy Federal judges. I pointed out thatI residential construction, remodel-

8 these days.. They have a televi- could not vote for increased sal- Building ling or repair; and J54.650 was
4 ess permits
a o rPOHCA sion. As yet we have not botheredto totalling $129- for
aries, but that. I believed the pea 700 have been issued thus commercial construction, re-
NEBR. -' buy a TV set. Don, says the far this
"<. pIe ought to have the facts about year by the city clerk. modelling or repair.
with colored will
R? Wherein the swiftly flying days a home so one can be independentto one pictures I the matter. If any action is to be The bg items in the
be out -and will The commercial
soon we get one peak month for
1Vr
bring us August. My wren sings the day .of death will be the taken, both the House and Senate building In
then. I have not missed it. I do Ceo. T. Hugglns Starke, area were $20,000 for the
By as indicated
a'': song above his nest.: My heartis secret. Just like my good friendin will have to vote on the proposal.I by the per-
Hercules
< think they are such wonderful mits issued, has been June Powder Co.'s maintenance
Ceunty Agent shall witha
with keep infonred at
filled fully
joy. Indiana Dora Wright lived. you
entertainment and a source of education total of shop and $20,000 for the
It is a cool morning here and t-: Agricultural Extension Service the next session of the Congress $49,550. 'The next
Andrews
Guy restaurant
Temple
for children. on
Life's a cycle. Children small we had such a nice rain last night. about this matter. highest month was April, with
Are slaves Jo grown ups one Here is a p-em by Katherine FEEDER CALF SALE the fall and winter egg season. permits for J 29,000 in construc- Ave.
I have lots of nice sweet corn, My office in the Post Office
and all; but is is too wet to get out ;now Edelman I love: We are told that already over During the summer it is important Building in Gainesville will be tion being issued. In descendingorder Seven new residences accountedfor

,Must eat (a phrase that I condemn in the garden to pick it. I want I helped son-pone today 1000 calves have, been assigned to to supply plenty of clean open on August 17. I shall also totals for the remaining $66,000 and $9,050 went for

-"I C ) tocan and freeze all my surplus.I Along a rutted mile; the Gainesville sixth feeder calf fresh water, keep them cool as keep our office here In Washington months are: July, $27,650; February remodelling or repairing resi
I
!The food we say are "good for have a neighbor who wants to The way became more smooth; sale. First of the three was possible and keep them free of I so. you can write me or visit $13,000; March, $6,000; and I dences.CONFIDENTIAL.

w :' r. them." buy beans and corn for company He thanked me with a smile; the Brahman sale on Wednesday I lice. Examine a few birds to see I me at either place. I definitely will

1<'. -' :And just as soon as they've that are coming. These days are I watched him move ahead. August 26. The Angus calf sale I if there are any lice. If lice are be in the Gainesville office on <-

f been fed.Against < full of joy and I seem pto have Then turned around to see on September 2, and Herefords on I found"use one. of the better products II August 24, 25, and 26, if you

I.' their will, are put to more turp to relax this summer. Gold and silver paving September 4. i to get rid of them. These would like to see me there. I shall UP $
.bed. I[ have work : for Members of the three breed I products would be nicotine ,or to
hcnrpward
( my caught up and My path me. try spend most of my time, of
life is a glad song. association anticipate a sales total sodium fluoride, A laying hen course, visiting all over the Dis-fti

When done with training they HELPFUL HINTS. Put a few God bless' you all, exceeding 2000 head. At last must eat enough to maintain her trict and I will have many duties TO
will be LOVE, LURA year's sale, more than 2200 headof body weight plus extra feed to that will
drops of ammonia in your dish bring arc back to Washington. -
More and more restriction-free water. Gives a sanitary odor. In- cattle were run through the produce eggs. Sometimes it is .
habits bad auction ring. necessary to feed extra grain so
Habits pleasant, ,
stead of chopping nuts for cakes Rep. Conner To Ask It's been a great pleasure being _
FARM JOB WANTEDDo that of the mash will
To their way of life they'll add; more pro- t
< and pies, try rolling, them when your Congressman, and I want to PF
Stay up late; eat what they placed between two layers of Why Welfare Trim you or anyone you know duce eggs. thank all of you who haVe.writtenme
need with to If think is a needto
choose a man a family you there '
cloth. Wash your crochet hook and especially do I want to
. And what they don't like they Was NecessaryRep. share-crop, operate or manage a cull'out some of the birds, we ,
and needles once in awhile with tell you how much I have enjoyed '* >* *< **-***+I'*I'
refuse. farm? I have a man with whomI have an excellent bulletin that
r soapsuds. They will go faster witha seeing those who have come to *
..
.. clean needle or hook. Doyle E. Conner, recently am well acquainted, who wantsto explains and shows by picture visit me here in office. We Prompt Friendly Service
By and by when getting old, back from a meeting of the State come to Bradford County. He just how to do it. Always remem- have my I I ., II I I I II
CHICKEN had many of the folks from
FRUIT
"Give up smoking" they are SALAD: Legislative Council in Tallahassee, is operating a 250 acre farm in ber that succulent green feed is
! told. 1 orange, 15 white grapes, almonds has made the statemeent that he Baker County now. He. is experienced good for chickens.. Lawn clip- our District to drop by the office, STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO.
or nut meats 1 banana 1 and it has been a great inspirationto
.\: No more pie or cake or bread, intends writing to State Welfare in tobacco, pasture, live- pings vegetable wastes, and: grass
Nightly early go to bed, apple diced, 3 cups- cooked white Director Charles. Andrews and stock'and general crops. If you I I. furnish extra proteins, vitamins I. see and to talk with you. Phone 160 in Canova
chicken meat. I Among our Drug Store
s Told once more what joys to asking him why, at the time the need such a person.: I shall be and minerals. visitors this past
t L shun- Rein ve seeds' and membrane money was appopriated, there was glad to tell you more about him. TOBACCO FARMERS week were Robert Manning,

t Second childhood has begun. from orange segments and cut in- enough to make the maximum $60 POULTRY SUGGESTIONS Have you returned your market- Marion C. Manning, and WilliamE.

,, Edgar Guest. to halves. Cut grapes into halves, per month welfare payments, and You want to realize net profit ing book? We must have it. Thurston, all of Starke.

removing seeds. Split almonds or why now the Welfare Board say from a flock of 5 pullets or hensor Please bring it by the office or 1 Sincerely,

""""',,- The above poem just about tells roll nut meats. Slice banana. Mix ing it has insufficient funds, has a flock of 500. Here are a few just put it in the mail box. It Billy Matthews SAVE with

, the truth. I never realized it until all lightly and chill. Serve on cut the payments down to a maxi- suggestions for your consideration.First is addressed and needs no postage.Let .

I see so many elderly people lettuce with cracker. This is especially mum of $57.Conner let us remember that usual- us have your book. THE
across the street: at the nursing good for party refreshment ly the peak of egg production is NO FREE PINE SEEDLINGS RIGHT POINT for the I Mutual Insurance
said that he wants to way you write. Come In and select Cd
home that are bossed about each with crackers. during tha months of March and If you want pine seedlings' for
find out if there has been an increase your favorite ESTERBROOK
day, and they resent It. They Digger Is enjoying this cool April. After that the number of $3.00 per thousand, mail your
in the Fountain
# shake off the arm that comes to weather. He is' lying here, beside operational expensesof eggs laid per bird decreases until request to Florida Forest Service, Pen. Only $2.S7 at
the Welfare Board and, if so, BRADFORD COUNTY CONNER STARKE'S ONLY
assist them. They resent so many'thingsthat 1 I inc. I went early to get the mail why. Any increase in salaries or the bird goes into a molt or rest Lake City. September 1st is the TELEPHONE BROS a MUTUAL
are meant to be help- and it was.raining. It is ten other period so she will be ready. for I i cut-off date. AGENCY
of the Welfare
ful. I can see that to be In their, o'clock now on Thursday 'Jr rning. expenses

position would" not be exactly. I am getting this written a day the Board Legislature.has to be Conner recommended said. by 218 Shop Before Buying --- Compare These Savings

pleasant. I have been studyinghow early. Something told me I had SOIL CONSERVATION .
Is the best way to avoid sucha better get it out while I had time. At the recent meeting the Legis-
life. I believe to stay health?. CLAY HILL: Such nice letters lative Council considered a num- COLONIALFLORIST CLASS I

as one can, to keep ones wits and I from Daisy Lang, Irene Padgett ber of alternatives to induce the N-E-W-S

have a hobby and save irpney for Hazel Griffis, Ella Mae Mosley, mum State figure Welfare of to payments raise the to maxi-the By Bill Haas : .; Public Liability only $$29.50


aged set on welfare the rolls to the $60as U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION Driver's License Can Be Revoked If Your Are Involved
by Legislature. Decid-
I ing the council could act in no of- SERVICE i I FLOWERSFor In Accident Without Liability

ficial capacity, members agreed to II I All Occasions
ask their fellow lawmakers to -- -
SAVE 20% on All Dwellings
INTEGRITYof wire the State Cabinet urging release The. county crew did a fine job I ment was bought with State and Contents
of all the ditch the FFA I SAVE 15% on All Business *
necessary funds. of opening up a on money. Property
r.
f The members individually would and Bradford Soil ConservationDistrict's (j) SAVE 10-20% on All Cars & Trucks
.' conduct and dealing with better Robert Murray, Biologist for
guarantee to support a de nursery. After all the SAVE
the State Game & Fresh Water 30& on Garage & Service Station
thoughtfulness- and in all Liability
economy ficiency appropriation in 1955 if rain we've had, things were getting -

our serving these mark the reput- necessary. a little "damp". Fish Commission of Tallahassee, DISH GARDENS
made an inspection of the wildlife -
able quality of this well known firm. iI i Rep. Conner has been appointedto J. B. White Foster Shi Smith, plantings in the county. He POTTERY
,I a 6-member committee to study Conner Bros. Insurance
'" I and Zedra Hamilton were electedto visited Bradford Soil Conservation Agency
and investigate state schools and POTTED
DeWITT C. JONES the Board of Supervisors for District Cooperators Edward Cool- LANTS
universities and was also made a I
the Bradford Soil Conservation I berth, G. S. Cox, M. Latterman, DOYLE CONNER LUCIAN CONNER
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. member of the committee to study Flowers {JriredAnywhere
e.M..sn ,......I...,. the.state District. They will replace Leon who have planted MultiFloraRose
prison system. I Conner, J. R. Wainwright, and for living fences and cover Representing some of America's Highest Rated Companies -
Funeral Director Ambulance Service The Starke: legislator said that Clyde Cone. for wildlife, and A. J. Thomas As Rated by Alfred M. Best, America's Leading

Our local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences. and one of the aims of the committee who has planted Partridge Pea Nona St. Starke Insurance Authority
investigating the schools is to find Soil and water conservation

._ I -' services- not,....otherwise- --, ,_available, .- out why the cost of sending a farm plans were "delifered to T. and cover Thumbergii and food for Lespedeza birds. for _-iT. PHONE 285

I" I' .,, II' student to the Florida universitiesis F. Howell and Paul Meng.
practically the highest in the Tyler Jones, manager for Con-
We furnish the highest type service: at lowest prices, and Leon Conner was discussingthe
nation. One of the answers given tainer Corporation of America
accept ANY life Insurance policy in force, issued by ANT by the schools is that unusually I equipment that the District stated that he likes Pangola grass
company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral. salaries be has available to folks in Bradford foot
high have to paid to for hay. Tyler put his on q
Consultation carries no obligation. obtain and retain County. He stated that a lot of
good professorsat the running board of his truck,
II' 5SSSSSSSSS-SSSSSS rrSra-s-J- .- 4 the institutions of higher learn- folks don't know that this equip- slapped his knee as only Tyler

55iIT5-TiiT5::: : : ing. ment District is available has a fertilizer to them.distri-The can that do two-acre and remarked field ,of"You Pangolaover know '

-. butor, weed chopper, grain drill, yonder. Well, I got all the .
! DELUXE i seeder cultipacker, and rotary I this
planting material I needed I
MODEL Chef mower. A small rental fee is year and now I have cut 40 good
Magic Range charged so that the District will bales of hay off that small plot"William : r 'rq .
70Exclusive i be able to repair or replace partson
this equipment. For example, Crosby and Floyd Cros- i' I : I Is ItV .

i someone stole the tires and by of Bayless Highway section

!wheels off the District's grain used the District's weed chopper ,

drill (your drill). They didn't to cut tobacco stalks. Bill stated

realize they were stealing from that the chopper was doing a fine

Features I themselves, because this equip-' job.BILLY. *
A
"J" tNE
I t
ONE-PIECE' TOP BURNER UNIT I t
.1
Exclusive! Two top burners and ...

drip tray all, In one unit. Catches

spillovers, lifts like a feather,

washes like a plate. Burners are "a +iR r'' MATTHEWS'WASHINGTON v. A

non-clos: slmmer-sft. Instant,

automatic top lighting I : ;: TIRES

SWING OUT BROILER M t; 9
,
; Exclusive! Open the door and the .a- NEWS LETTER .

broiler suing! out. ready for use. ; -Sale AND Mo eaVJ
Convenient, smokeless. Fun to fix x

sitzfing,. sn_r"' "tplll.-,,---:,-,_ --- ..
f Since Congress adjourned last mit retirement with Social Security H ,
I '
GUARANTEED I week, I want to give you one final benefits, and at the sank time, 4t ,
Each range Is guaranteed for one report of the first session of the full employment by the individual. S2215 $
I
year against defects In workmanship I 83rd Congress. First I would like I believe it is not proper to pena- REGULAR PRICE TAX

or, material. Burners are : to point out that I had the pleasure lize our older citizens who have 4 :!S' SALE PRICE 75
guaranteed for life. : of introducing eight bills and ,earned Social Security benefits -

one resolution during this first I and who yet have the health and "f > 6.0.y :

"session of the Congress. My bills I ambition to do extra work. I fr' k 115

,' concerned Eighth District projectsfor think they should be permittedto _

the survey of the Suwannee keep both the Social Security $

Priced As Low As I j River, the development of the Fer- benefits and the earnings from ; 1 REGULAR PUCI.&UnusTAi$

nand na Beach Harbor, the construction their toil.I r 95

I of a turning basin at introduced a resolution which SALE
Horseshoe and the building of a calls upon the Department of PRICE-

I neuro psychiatric hospital in Health, Education and Welfarfc to 6,00x16

$ Plus I I Gainesville. Four of the bills thatI survey the whole field of our sur-

2 3 5 Your I introduced are of national in- plus agricultural products and to ALL SALE PRICES PLUS TAX AND RECAPPABLE TIRE

Old [terest. One concerns the averaging inquire into the possibility of
f[ 'I of those to
Range ,lof income for payment of income using some products BIG SAYING on'
taxes to help those who enter the I help our older folks who are receiving ATLAS as SPECIALall

NO MONEY DOWNUSE 'professions and for several years I Federal and State assistance sizes Including

!f do not have an income that might)I II I My resolution calls for pro- WHITE SIDEWALLS QIIOO Q1390

YOUR OLD RANGE I be called a liveable salary, but per safeguards for private enter- 6:00..6. 4:7OxI5

who in a certain year are fortunate -I.. prise, but it emphasizes the fact
'" FOR DOWN PAYMENTCompletely I .
TUNE IN ON WRUF I enough to make a fixed fee' that when our older people are .

i FOR Installed ,lof considerable size. Now they called upon to take their rre'!alter ,
have to pay the entire incoirp pensions and to buy the necessi- :'.-

THEPIONEERS tax in the year that the fee was ties of life, outside help, if possible STANDARD
SONS OF -
LONG TERMS TO PAY collected. The purpose of my bill should be given to them. I'm ". ';: -

I would be to liberalize the pay- hopeful that some of my bills will
Payments As Low As $9.99 Per Month ment of such a tax.I be enacted into law during the THOMAS TRUCK TERMINAL

introduced a bill to permitthe next session of the 83rd Congress.I PHONH
211-J
deduction for income tax pur- voted against the President's STARKE FLA.

Daily 12:30 12:15 1 CYLINDER GAS FREE poses of medical and dental expenses request to increase our debt limit H. H. HOUSTON'S SERVICE .

but not to exceed the pres- from 275 billion to 290 billions ofdollars STATION

ent maximum deduction lfrrf;ts. : I felt with Senator Byrd PHONE 83 STARKE, FLA.

Another of my bills would per- and many other able authoritieson
r mit deduction for income tax pur- finace that we have an ade- G. S. (Gib) BROWN'S SERVICE STATION

CENTRAL FLA. GAS & APPLIANCE CO. poses of insurance policies not to'quate amount of irpney on hand PHONE 327 STARKE FLA.

exceed $2,500, and to include only and I feel that if necessary Con- >

t I policies OB a definite pay plan gress can be called into extra session L. B. (Red) ALVAREZ' SERVICE STATION

;. < ,PHONE 301 STARKE. FLA. Then for our older citizens I to discuss raising the debt PHONE 60

v Introduced a bill which would per- IfcUt. W mist da everythiAg STARKE FL1.

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iilton. -
LIST OF THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS FOR GENERAL'Ham Lynn McCrary. C. T. Prevatt, J. T, George -
Sicox C Thomas. Susie B. Williams, Mrs. Mary IB The Circuit Court IB Forty
And
Hamilton. Jeanette McCrary. Evelyn Prevatt, Mrs. J. T. Iris ou are require to serve a copy ot
ELECTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA TO BE McGee, Walker Pearce Rev. John W. Schaefer Chas. J. Thomas, B. T. Smith Bradfor Couaty, Florida your pleading to the
Ingram, Mrs. Carrie A. McGriff, Margaret Torode, Mrs. Lula Wainwright James R. ClaafrT. complaint on the Plaintiffs
Pearce. Nell W.
HELD ON EIGHTH DAY OF 1953 S iders. G. E.
SEPTEMBER, A.D., : Ingram, Hugh B.Jr. McCarthy, Mrs. Dorothy Pickering L. R.Smith. Turner. Robert V. Winkler Mrs. E. A. Eva Cornell Plaintiff, vs. Attorney Daniel A. Japour 315
Ingram. Hugh ., Sr. Barney E Pickering Mrs. Pearl Sander G. Thigpen, W. L Jr. Warren. Mrs. S N. Thomas J. Defendant. Guaranty Life Building. Jack
Andrew. J. W. Jr. .Currle, C. D. Griffin, T. J. Ing elright. C. V. McRe.. Peck. Allen Ida Mae Thomas Dan Williams sonville. Florida

Alvarez. A. L. Currle, Norman J. Green, R. A. Ing lertght. Mrs. C. V. McMains, Bert Peck Iva A. Spivey, Charley Tyus Ii K. Williams, Joe Divorce No. 999S and file the original In the office

Anderson, A. W. Carratt, Mrs. Coula Griffin, Mamie E. Jenkins, A. O. McMains Mrs. Maurice Pearson Lillian C. Sapp Stanfield, George TyUS' L. Williams, Sale Order of Publication And \utice To of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton

Alderman Dora Crawford, James E. Green, Lloyd J. Johns, Carl McDonald Joseph R. Perkins, Clara Johnnie Thomas Delia Wade, C. Appears The Mat Of Florida Tea or before the

Adkins Lois Clement. Herman W. Green FloydAnderson. :Johns, Berry McDonald, Madge W. Presley. E. L. Sanders Sa J., Marie S. Thomas' Bernie Wade Mrs. C. T.Wainwright Thomas J. Cornell c/o Ross Rus 8 day of September. 195S;

Myrtle Colson. M. Pearle Green. Mrs. S. mel Johns. Calvin McRae, James E. Presley, Mrs. E. L. pp, Thomas, Katie Artists Agent Imperial ,otherwise the allegations of sad
Alvarez. Annie B. A. E. Sapp, Vice Thomas, Annie Williams. Edwin Atlanta, Complaint will be taKen as
Coburn..Amy Green Inez Johns, Charley HcAliley. W. S. Patray, Mrs. Minnie Se well. Cecil L.Steinhagen Hotel Georgia
Anderson J. L. Cutchen. Robert E. Goodman. J. L. Johns. Thelma McAliley. OpalMcKnight. Lou Carl Thome D. L. Wynn, J. G. You are hereby notified that suit "essed by yon.

Andrews Mrs. Edith Coran. Mrs. Strah Gay. A. Brinson Dolores S. Prince, Jame W. Steinhagen., Mrs. Thigpen. Mrs. Mildred Wiiamson, I. L. has been filed against you in the This notice shall b pubUlhet

Alvarez Hattie Coran, CulaColson. Gay Hazel Pauline Johns. Thelma .fted- Phillips, Augusta Thomas Eddie Florelce Circuit Court of Bradford County once each week for four consecutive
Andrews Nelle William S. Harold Matthews. E. S. Haze Thomas, Mallory, Jr. Weeks, R. A.
grave in
Glasgow. Parrish, L.Parham Sh Chancery, by Eva MaeCornel TeUgraph.
Charles C. Florida
pherd. weeks In the Bradford County -
Erroll Jr. Thomas Leora Weeks. Mrs. Larkin D.
Alvarez. E.. ,
Conway Ruby Graham. W. Johns. J. J. Manning DeliaMiddleton. C. A. the nature Of said
Shepherd Ruby G. plaintff. .
Anderson. Alice Coleman. H. A. GrUfls. J. W. Jones Emma W. E.Middleton. Parham Iduma Thomas Lois Williams, Ethel J. ; You are hereby .
Anderson George A. Covington. Dr. A., Y. Criffis. Mrs. J. W. Jenkins. Chas. H. Nolia PhilUps. Betty A. Seley.Stubbs.William Nelson G. Tomlnson. Mrs Joe Williams, Dewey D. required to serve your answer Dated this 4 day of AUS'..135J.OFFICIAL .

Aodereon, Eva Covingtoa. Mary C. Galney. Irma Jenkins Chas. A. Mitchell, Mrs. Lucile Perryman, Daisy M. Warren John I. or other pleadings on plaintiffs attorney ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Seley, Lois T.
Andrews, Wesley L. Cummings Charles Griffis. Mrs. Esther Johns Mrs. Ruby Matthews Mrs. Ida Parker. W. S. Tomlinson. Joe P. White. Carol S. of record Robert E. Ray. P. Clerk of the Circuit Court

Andrews, Mrs. Maude Chambers L. B. Griffis Martha Johns, S. R.. Jr. Middleton. Madge Parrish, Lewis S Swift wift., Mersay Robert A.A. Trawick, Jack L. Wells M C. O.' Box 468. 115 South Main Street I By Marian L Crosby, Deputy !
8j.XOTICE
Alexander. Mrs. Ada Chambers. Mrs. L, V.Christiansen. Gaines, L. M. Johns, Allen M. Marr, Miss Ollie Parrish., Ruby St ruth, Louella T, Trawick Jane A. Webb, O. O. Gainesville. Florida on or before al 4
Alexander Wilma John Green Mrs. Luclle H. Judd, Millard Mundy W. B. Jr. Twining Howe Ward. W. R. the fIst day ( September D. -
Aspinwall. Mrs. Mar Christiansen. Edith Graham. Alice F. Jenkins Mrs Winnie Mundy, Mrs. Simpson, George Po Tomlnson, Roy Walker John H. 1953. I A .
L. Quigley T. Schaeffer, George Mrs. Annie Williams C. C. OF ELECTION
garet Alice E. Gatlin. Henry AliceJenkins Matthews, E. L. .
Cole, Quigley Mrs. Minnie Schaeffer, Mrs. Mary I. Wasdin. P.. S. Herein fall not or a judgment by I J. Mayor of
Alvarez Mrs" Corine Cole. J. L.Crawford. George Mrs. Ida Sara F. Lucile Toomey, Mayme R Wain.rlgh.
Albert. Julia F. M. Griffis HenryAmpruell" Johns, Mrs. Fronle Michel, Mrs. Hazel W. Thomas, Mrs. A. J. Jr. Wasdin. Mrs. R. S. default will be entered against you.' Starke, of the
Mrs. Crawford. Betty Grider. Rufus H. Johns Mrs. Lois Mathews. M. M. Qulc'k 'c H.. Jr. Sheppard, Dorothy J. Timmons, Robert Winkler, Warren 'IV, Bradford County Telegraph a authority vested In me by law. do

Ouranla C. Y. Godwin, Henry T. Johns Dorothy :Morgan. Mrs. Q i k'C' H. Sheppard. Miles H. Timmons, Leona Mae Williams! Francis M, newspaper of general circulation in hereby call an election to be held

'Arnold. 'Joseph IL Copeland Carpenter, D. "" Griffis. Leonard R. .rs L. Matte Quick, Mrs.,; C.Y' u Sullivan, James, A. Torode John A.Torode. Williams, Jeanette Bradford County, Florida, is here. at the City Hall In the aforesaid _

Andrews, Mrs. K. E. Carpenter Mar Griffis Ruby L. Johns, Mrs. Mamie Mrs. Maude S Sullivan Mrs. Linnie Mrs. Sarah Williams, Willard by designated as the newspaper In I town b, the qualified voters on

Andrews, Mrs. Jewel\ Jorle V. Gardner. George A. Johns Mrs. W. S., 110t. Freda Reva Ritch, J. H. Marie Tetstone Zenas Webb. Mrs. Aneda which this notice shall be published I Tuesday, September 8. 1953. for the
H. )1iamberS. L. B. Gardner Mrs. Minnie (Havana) Martinez Joe Robinson, J. "'. S Sullivan Leo T. Tetstone, Mildred B.'IVells.. Edna E. once a week for four (4) consecutive purpose of electing the following

Andrews. Borne J. Chambers Sara E. D. Johns Corley Martinez. Nellie Bitch, Herbert. Sull'&n. Louie M. Thomas, Agnes J.Wilkinson, Edgar weeks beginning the 21st day officers:
H. Helen E. Suslo\ Ben Thomas. Victoria Williams! Henry of August, A.D., ONE FOR T.WO YEARS
Adams. H. Colley. Mrs. Del Glasgow, Johnson, Harold A Moitt. Mrs. Ara E. Ritch Isabella 15. M.\YO.
:'Adams. Mrs. Norma J. Copeland, Mrs. MIlGeiger., HermanAnders Jackson, W. T. Mooty. Harry Freeman Simpson David H. Thomas. Leslie N. Williams. Madie Witness my the seal of ONE CIHEF OF POLICE FOR
REghter. Smith M.Smith. \\ said Court at
Starke Bradford TWO
Jr. X W. E. Lottie
Tilley,
ElizabethAnthony dred Griffis E. L., Jackson. Margaret O. Mooney. Mrs. Alfrel Bitch
Harry Coleman. Mack Gill. Prescott Johns, Josephine F. Miles E. F. Register Evelyn Alice Siemer. Iva M Tilley, Mrs. Marie Wells John He-iry, Jr.' County Florida this I day of: ONE CITY CLERK. TREASCRER

,Anthony, Mrs. Harry Ivalene C. Gresham Mattie )L Johnson Mrs. Deborah Miles, Mrs. E. F. Jack F. Thomas, Irene Warren, Marvel August. A.D. 1953. TAX ASSESSOR CL.
Chltty. Mrs. Carrie
Rich S iemer, Mrs. Marie Warren, Dock (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles LECTOR
A. OR
Alrare Ealf V. Chitty'James L. Gre&ham. Morgan H. Johnson, George W. Moore, Mrs. Florence Harriett M Thoma Leroy Darby: TWO YEARS.
Spence Parney A. Marie White, Olin W., Jr. Clerk of Circuit Court TWO ALDERMEN FOR TWO
Thomas,
Alvares. Mrs. Ruby Corbin. Dolly Geiger, O. C. Johnson Mary E. Manning. Delia S. Redgrave, A. W.Redgrave. .
U. Sayp, Fred Frances N.Wilkinson! Amanda D Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk EARS.
Andrews. Guy D. Green, Robert Judd Freda N. Manning Clyde Taylor
Clark Kenneth t' Minnie S.VP. Lula Mae Bernice M. Wise Thelma B. Ray, Solicitor for Plain Inspectors of said election:
Albright. Albert Chitty James H. Green. Gladys Jo yner, N. P. Mundorff, R. E. Taylor, E
Redgrave. Lulu
Smith L. S. Wise, S. C. tiff, P. Box 463, 115 South Main Ray Stone
Albert C.
Akridge. Howard E. Mrs. James H. Godwin. John M. Joyner. M.Jaudon. Manning ThelmaMoseley Torode Taylor,
Chltty. Jewel ( )
Alice
Smith
,Akrldge. Mary J. Collin. W. 0. Goolsby. P. F. Mrs. Laura Rowe, J. B. Turner, Janet A. Warren M. D. Street Gainesville, Florida P. G. Hemingway

Avery, Janle H. Collin: Mrs. Clyde E. Goolsby.: Mrs. P. F. Jaudon, Mrs. J. F. Mathews John D. Hitch Carl Smith S mith, Mrs.Jack Eva. Thomas. W. D. Willard.Warren Mrs.J. W..M. D. 8/Z 4'Il W.L. M.M. Edwards

Andrews, Elizabeth Colley Martha F. Geiger Homer Jordan, Eston Jlert-ereau. Thomas I. Ritch. Mrs. Ruby Katheleen Thomas, 1rs. Eliza Gaine
Alvarez L B. CarltOO, J. D. Godwin Annie Lou Jordon, .Grace Matthews. Clara )1 Robinson Blancy S oto William beth Warren. J. C. NOTICE TO APPEAR Mrs. Burnham ,

Alvarez Thelma P. Carlton Mrs. J. D. Geiger, Wallace 'A. Johnson, Mrs. G. H. Mooty Gladys Wynn S oto Mrs. E. L. Thomas, Herbert Warren, Muriel O. IB Circuit Court Bradford a t T. S. Williams

Austin- L. H. Crews. Lester, T. Gatlin. Russell Johnson. George H. Mitchell Ruthie Mae Richard, H. ,M. ink, Rudolph Thomas,. Mrs. Peggy Weldon Steve: A., Jr. Florida I. Chaaeerr. (0. In testimony whereof. I hereunto

Anders, Carl Cavalier. Charles; Griffis. Vasco Johns, Charley J. Magyarl. Andrew Raymond, Paul S!ink. Myrtle H. Whigham! Miss Madge Walter Horn, Plaintiff, vs. Alice subscribe my name and cause the

Akridge Curtis Cruee Leonard H., Griffis, Mandy Johnson, A. R. Magyar!, Margaret Raymond Ethel Sink, Dora Thoma Mrs. Hazel Whigham. Mrs. Eula Elizabeth Horn, Defendant. set of the said town to be hereunto _

Arnold., Maryon B. Cruce Mrs. Coy Griffis, Thelma M. Johnson. Phillis E. Moore, Nelson Rosenberg, Sam Carl '\0. L. Williams: Homer Case No."999 p.I affixed this the 5th. day of
Ackerman. .Ann M. Cohen; Cora Griffis, Earl V. Johnson L. L. Moore Mrs. Doris Virginia Rosenberg, Fannia Scheaer, Jennie Thoma. W. O. Washington, Roose Notice T. Appear. Augult A.D.. 1S53.

Ackerman, Fred Colsen. W. I. Grew John B., Jackson. Frank Rowe, Claude Shearer Albert E Thornton Mrs. Thelvelt To: Alice Elizabeth Horn. whoseresidence SEAL)

Alvarez, James! L. Colsen. Mrs. W. L Gardner.. Mural Johnson Donnie Mercer, Mick ROenberg.; Delia Surr ncy. A. E. ma B.Thornton.. Williams.! Leroy and address is: 2623 Sedg-; J. R. Wainwright. MayoI

Alvarez-Arthur B. Conway. Thelma Garland. Gertrude Jackson, Lilly Mercer, Mrs. Annie Rowland. B. B. S tallinngs. T. C. Elmermgate., Maurice wick A\'EnuE Bronx 63, New York ATTEST: Carl Johns, City ClekL
Wainwright.
Albright. Sol Chassereau. J. A. Griffis. Clara C. Jones, George T. Mae Rowland. Kincy S tailings Esther T. Thornton Marzillie Wise E J. You are hereby notified that a Dated Aug. 5, 1953 8/7
,Anderson Lyle Collin Wm. 0.. Jr. Griffis. Elizabeth H. Johns, Lois V. Morris, J. H. Robinson Alvin Turnler, Harry F. Evelyn suit for 5'I

: Albright. Alberta '. Grider. Rufus M. Jackson, Curtis Morris, Mrs. Annie Robinson, Irwin Tunner, Roy V. Underbill. Marie Wise Weeks.Chester L. Divorce ftOTICE TO APPEAR
Avery, Louise Griffis. Gerald Jackson Edward B. Mae Tison, Sallie'hompkins Lelia'Mae baa been filed (B
Register. Freeman. Jr. against you In the Bradford
Anderson, John D. Davis. E. )L F. B, Jackson, Lucille C. l'nderhl'Paul Wynn H. C. above ['rAf C..r CO..f
A., Jr. Grider Mott, Mrs Lula Roberts, Roy Lizzie Wynn. Lillie named Court and cause and .. .
L.
Akridge, Reba Davis Geiger. Evelyn Johns, Dorothy V, Masters, Julia Thornton tndtrhli you are required to Wallace
Kuhn.
Lee Perryman Rhoden, W. C.Rhoden W. E. Marvin Jr. Ward. Mrs. serve a copy I ai Plaintiff, vs. Nell
W. R
Akins, Josephine Davis. Goodman. Seeber D. Jones, Jenette P. Masters, A. W. Clarence F. Thomas, N. N. your answer or pleading to the Kuhn. Deendant. Case No.
Alvarez Lucile Martha Darby Chas. Goodman Mrs.. Eloise Johnson, Ruth W.Johnson. Martin Golda A. Roberts. Leola F. Thornton, Mary Vininff.F MrS. L. D. \Ilams, Josephine complaint on the Plaintiffs \.tie. Appear.To ,5
Annie
Alvarez. Dorothy L. Darby, R. F. Godden. Joseph Abbie W. Martin. A. D. Rosier, Mrs. N. E1., Thomas, Mrs. R. A. Vining. L. D. 1ma John Wesley Attorney T. Frank Landrum,, : Nell Kuhn; residence and address
Inca
Armstrong. Hubert H. Demorest. Goodman Mabel Johns, M. V. Mundorff. Lucille L. Jr. Thomas Robert L. H. Wainwright Starke Florld Is unknown.You .
Andrews. C, W. Davis Luelle Gill. W. T. Jones Mrs. Hattie illxon. J. H. Rosier N. B., Jr. Thompkins, Inez Vanpfy. George Wilcox, Bette Lee and file In the offlci are hereby notified that a
Rose
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Andrews, Mrs. Laura Davis InezDemorest. Grider Mrs. P.. H. Jackson Margaret B. Mixon, Jean D. Register, Mrs. Free- (Mrs. Mack) Vanpfy, 'inkIer. Merry A. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court )nor suit for Divorce
Verna J. Vitsky, Philip Williams, E. C.
Altman. Kathryn Wilbur K. before the has been
Jackson. Lula filed
Griffis. Nelson W. S. Man, Jr. Tison. lrTheo J. M. against you in the.
Alvarez. L. A. Dell.- Damon Green Wiley Jones, Ruby L. Melson. Mrs. Reba Bitch, Mrs. Carlyle (Laura) Vickers Williams, lola 21 day of September.. 1953; above named Court and cause and

Alvarez, Annie Lee Denmark. Emily Green. Katie Johns, Robert S. Morgan Harmon P. Rowe. Mrs. Ola Mae Thomas, Mrs. Gladys Vickers Doris B. Walters, Inez M. otherwise the allegations of sale you are required to serve a copy of
Owen
Atkinson J. E. Duncan K. G. Goodman Johnnie Q. Morgan Annie Laurie Thomas, Cecil Vaughan. Walters, William H. Complaint wl be taken con. your answer or pleading to the
Mrs. L. L. a
Mrs. K. G. Rushing. Vaughan, Blanche Walker, Mrs. John fessed
H
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by
Atkinson Mrs. J. E.Duncan Grant StellaGoodwlne Knight C. A. Mitchell. Willie Randolph. A. R. Thomas, Mrs. Dorotha complaint on the Plaintiffs
Darby. John M. Leila Knight Mrs. N. L. Moody KatUleen Nelle VezroDOUlos. Nick Webb, Mrs. Vera Mae This notice shall be published Attorney E. K Perryman, Starke
Mrs. Jean Rushing, L. L. Williams, S. once each week ..
Darby. for Florida
four
Brownlee H. 1.. Green Rosa Clara Mae Moody. Luther Thomas, George W, L conzecn.tlve
Bishop. H. Dinkins. Mrs. L. F. Haskell Knight Redding Louis White O.V. "'laml Carrie weeks In the Bradford Counts and file the original In the office
A.Brownlee. Green. D. Mathis. J. S.
Redding. Jewel E. Thom George White, Ethel M.
Etta (Thelma) Gibson., Lawrence H. Keene. E Meggs. C. H. lns. Telegraph. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
...L. F. Margaret f White, Noble Ray Wiiliams, Sarah Dated this 19 day of
Dlnklns Maxine Robert August. Ill i3. on or before the
Mary
Beacley.
Gertrude Gibson Mills. Harold .
Kidd. R. G. Thomas. Mrs.
J. H. Joseph M. Violet Williams. T. S. White Mrs. Lucie (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles 21 dayof
Burns Dennis Nelson ) A. Darb:<, September, 19S3;
Edward Ghent J. E.
Kldd. Eunice Thomas
E.
Mundorf Ross, Dorothy Elizabeth Wall. H. C.Wainwright.
Obey Woner, Gerald Clerk of the Circuit otherwise the
DeSue C. Court allegations of said
Burns, Bessie Ghent. Rosa Lee Kincaid Mrs. J. E. Thomas
Jean- R.
Mrl. Rouse JoeRhoden M. N. D., Jr. By Marian
Barefoot P. M. DeSue, James Godwin William A. nette D. Mueller, Shirley M. Thomas 'oner, Mrs. Maggie A. L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Complaint wi be taken as confessed
Durden. Mrs.' Gussie Lousy Ploy Winkler, Austin E. 'IVih.on Sarah 8/ U 9/1' :I by
Barefoot Reacy E. J. Godwin Beatrice Keene. Mrs. LeonaKillingswortb. Miclett. Mrs. Pauline Roberts, Joseph A. Thomas, Mrs. Hester 1'Viiams, Nat Williams. A. C. % This notice shall be
Burney George W.fowling. Gill Mrs. l'riIIcottBesllni Mrs. lloorer, Jacqueline Roberts P. Torode W. Jr. puUlle
Cleone M. T. E. Williams. Louie Wynn, Nettle once each week for four
W. A.. Jr. fowling Griffis, James E. Kate Milton. Solomon Thomas Ressie !f NOTICE TO APPEAR
Roberts, Mrs. Beatrice Wiggins, In the Bradford
County Tele
'Eonham: Mrs. W. A. Darby. Mrs.S.Chas.G. Green, Mrs. Nina Y. Kopelousos George Malone. Helenn M. Roberts, Julian P. Thomas, Clyde SeiZe Williams, A. B. Wi'kler Williams., Sue Melba. IB.Clreol.Court, Bradfer C..t 7, week.

Brown Mrs. Florence Denmark. William Gilder Kenneth C. Kirkland J. T., Jr. Malone Curtis J. Roberts Murrel Tucker H. E. Wiiams, Gertrude Walker, John E. Eva Viola| Q..eel.. Dated this 17 day of August. 1953. I

I B. Dowling; Gill John Kidd. Mrs. Valrie D. Mitchell ZellieMuhlhofer. RObS Tucker, l\ln. H. E. Dee Weeks Walker, Mrs. L Paul Lndgad Plaintf1 I. (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby
Billy) Wison. ,
Bessent. Mrs. Mary E. ( J Gatlin Lester )t. Kenis. Sam G. Walter M. Raven Bulah Thomas, N. H. \Varen. Mrs. N. Annie Williamson, 1 Lndgard Deendant. Clerk of the Circuit Court
E. Ollie
Burney, Mrs. Dahmer. J Gatlin, Mary Kite Louise H. Muhlhofer, Mildred A. Thomas, Ovid No. 971 o Marin
Gladys
Bernard Rufus, Walter Warren, M. T. Warren, Mrs. Florence Notlre Tct Appear.To By L. Crosby Deputy Clek
Burney, Mrs. G. W. Dabmer. Green. Edwin P. King Mrs. Gloria Manning, Marion C. A. C. 8/
Rhoda Z. B. Reddish. Pete Thoma Warren Albert M. Weeks, Daniel : Paul Llndgard, whose resi. : 11
Dampier Po
Battle. Mabeil Gay J. O. Kite Mills H. W.
J. R. ( Thomas A. J. Warren, Ruchie dence and
address
Katie is ,
Darkadale.'C. G. Dixon Mrs. Gay Mrs. Muriel Mills Lulu Mae Sheriff : Unknown
Kelly. Warren Tbomal. Eva Mae Wiley, Jack You
Iri.
Mrs. Myr- Young, H. H. are hereby notified that
Barksdale. lr'lr&11 Dennis.K. Kelly, Regena Moody, Eldred L. Roberts. CarlRedgrave. Thomas Frank F. Wimbrly, W. M. Young, Theodore R. suit for i a YOUL LOVE Uw new Ester

Bryan. Mrs. Dowling tlce Ernest J., Kiingsworth. Willa Moody, Catherine J. Carolyn H Thomas Mallory C. ), Katie Belle Yancey E. A vacating of final deeree am d brook puree-size fountain peu
Brown, Gilbert. Hoover, J. C.Hemingway. Moore; James T. Roberts Mrs. Billie Thoma Virginia E. Wiey, Lottie Yancey, Mrs. B. A. other relief .
Beaver. Jerry Jr. Kirkland, Moore, Mrs. Martha P.. Thomas. pastel shades. Only S&S1 at Brad-
Doyfe. Mildred G. I F. G, R. N. Marie Walter Wiggins, Laura Lee Yawn Theron A. has been filed '
BUford: R. C. Kersey, Li bran Murrhee William T. Ruis Thomas, Sadie against you In th
Hayes, E. W. Cecil L. T. Wall. Martha D. Yawn, Lila Rae above named Court FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
Buford.. Mrc Irma Doyle. p.Denton. : Hoover, Etta Kaufman John War Mitchell Rev. Thomas Ruis. Effie Thornquet, Jennie Wiianli. Mrs. Gladys Young ft. F. and cause aai

4 Burney. Ida Mae Jeiero'h Hoover DellaBennett ren G. Rosier, Ellis Edmond D. Young Jesse Young.

Prldgen. Mrs. LJllle lie : Haynes Hope Kaufmai. Mrs. Alice llchell Mrs. Barbara Rigby, D. L. Tenly, Louise \'ard. Mn. Carrie blood .
DavU
Mary N. ar C. Hayes Ruby Wheeler Rlgb)', Mrs. D. Thompkins, Anula Mrs. Carrie Young, Nina Y.
Brown. George Dampier. A Oswood Moore. Robert 1.. 1 Thornton, Elbert Mrs. Our Business
A Alton Hart. W. H. Kersey Ricks Jessie J. Earl Weldon Mary Yeomans 'ht
Bennett, Dobbs. is' Knight. Hollis V. Morgan. Frances J. Thomas H. !lrs&le
Samue Hutto, Raulerson, Leroy J. Gladys Yarbray, Ralph
Nita
Barker, Dyal Dobbs Pete Hutto. rs'L.. 8. Kerrigan., Joseph Manire. E. L. Rushing, C. W. Thoma A. J.Jr. Williams. Fred Yarbray. Mrs. RowEna L U UWV j I It's Glass We Have !

Beaver SUlle C. A. .Hail W. Q. Kilngsworth, Mrs.Moore, Queen Either Rushing, Inez f'- I
Brownlee. J. W. Drigger.Mrs. Vida Halle.: Maude C. Mae Rhoden. Doris NOTICE TO APPEAR 19 53. fi41 CALL, WRITE or VISIT

Raker, Mrs. June Dyal. J. K. Hartman. Albert Kelly Gus Martin. Doris M. Rauleron. Viverette I. ClreDI Cout. Bradford C... (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,

Barden Johnnie W4 Douglla Iva M. Hartman Elsie Kearns. Mrs. Margaret'Mart in. Henry C. Roberts Marilyn IB Chancery. As Clerk'of said Court I

Bard en. O Mae Dodd. W. J.. Jr. Hart. Edna J.. Matthews, Mrs. Leona' Roberts, Curtis A. Rudolph Koenig Plaintiff vs. By Marion 1 Crosby. Deputy Clerk Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR

Brown. Dodd. Mrs. W. J, Jr. Hall Shellie Kearns, C.V.. Mathews Garl Roberts Carl S.. Jr. Kathleen Koenig, Defendant. Schneider Walker, 706 Lynch .

Brown Mrs. Flor- Duhart Annie Mae Hemingway L. G. Kerr. E. W. Mathews Bruce Case No. "1 Building. Jacksonville, Florida. ANY GLASS NEED
,A. Kelly Charles J. Marco. Seymour R.MacBlain. Notice To Appear.To .
tuenc. O. W. Hemingway Annie Stump, F. F. I Attys. for Plif. 8H '/%8I :
H. A.. Jr. Davis. Knight, Chms. R. E. : Kathleen Koenig, whose residence -
Driggers. Amellla C. Hagan. Delia E Sapp, W, M. I .1 W. Design Modern Store Fronts
Burney. n. W., 'Luke Houston; Harry H. Kite Ben Mersereau. Mae P. Smith, E. H. and address is: Church Street, IB Circuit Court Bradford Couaty,

Parton. J. X2. 'DSue..Lillian Holland Essie D. Klrkland, Mrs. NetManning.. Ford D. Stump Eva Tuckerton. New Jersey. ,' Florida| IB rkaarerr.Carl Just Mail Us A Pater for ;

Barton, H. A Dobbs.. Q. J. Hazen, Clifford, Jr. Manning, Hester O. Silcox. J. You are hereby notified that a Philip Harbst, Plaintf n. Table
Bennett. J. Kite. Perry Morrison, Henry 1 suit for Thelma Flowers
Luis Dobbs, Mrs. Q. J. Harding T. B. Sauls Pearl .
Bishop, MI. H. A.. Jr. Devlin. C. E.Devlin. Hughes Emma Kartsonis, A. A. 110rrl.on. Mrs. Henry Sistrunk, Joe M. Divorr" Case No. 9966 318 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353
=:1 A. B Anna Belle Ha.ynes, Sara HopeDurdette Kartaonis, HelenKronenberger Mott. J. Po. Sistrunk. C. H. has been filed against you In the "Order Of Publication .4.. Xotice To -

R. ey' John J.Douglas Harrington. MaryBuiiIgton. "om Mott. Mrs. Freida Silcox, Celena above named Court and cause and Appear State Of Florida Toi .

H. S. &ac H. C. Gladys Kronenberger, Mrs. Silcox Delia you are required to serve a copy of Thelma Flowers Harbst, whose resi C

J. R. Liian Hunter E. D. Wilma ewsme, R. A. Smithr Junius M. your answer or pleading to the cornS ence and address is: 69 Moeller _
Bower..- Lettle M. Donovan Hagan. John 1.. Knight.- Paulne J. Newsome. Edna Hannah plaint on the Plaintiff's Pinghampton New York: -

Bigges.: E. L, Jr. Durden. A Leila A.Hutchings.. Mr8. Annie Kaufmann. George E. Nasworthy, C. H. 8wlndE1, Leona T, Frank Landrum, Starke, You are required to appear oneptember !

Biggs. E.'L.. Jr. Duke Duke., Glenn P. Herlong. Dr. IL B. Kaufman. Elma c' Nasworthy, Elizabeth Stern W. A. Florida S / 8. 1953, in the above MoVINGLOCAL

Broadway, Ruth Peas, John H'Jr Houston. Mrs. Hilda Norris. "'. M. Stern. TherEsa and file the original In the office of named Court and o ruse, wherein

i Broadway, Deas, 'Mrs. Bette' Harding. Mrsr. T. I?. Long, Cornelia Peek Norris Ellen Smith. W. P.. Jr. the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Flggs, Robert E. Durden I Hammett NoseHoltzendorf. Long, T. T. Xolman. W. H. Silcox, Henry before the S day of September, County Telegraph shall publish this

Blair, Mrs. W. L. DeSue Clarence Ethel Long Merwin Xelle H. Smith, J. E. 1953; otherwise the allegations of OrdEr in next four weekly issues. -

Bagwell Kenneth L Dansby, K. O. Holtzendorf, Ben Lewis, James Noegel. H.. Jr. app, Elma sid Complaint will be taken a con- Witness my ha'd and official Safe
Bagwell. Cleo seal at Starke, Florida this 4 PHONE
Mrs. Frances Hartman. Loyree Libby, L. Noegel. Elizabeth ioJ Lacy fessed by you. Aug. ,
Benton S. Jackson.Daneby.Dowling. Marjorie M. Hartman, EddieD Lennon, ElvlaLandrum Norto-n. Jessie R. Sassee, Mrs. M. This notice shall be published 1933. OR Dependable

sr'h Pertha Lee Hazen, Mrs. Clara T. Fran k Newcomb Libby Searing Mrs. Eunice once each week for four consecutive (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby '
am, Pearl Dell Dorothy Hollingworth. F. C.Fatten. Landrum Mrs. T. Newcomb G. S. Perkins weeks in the Bradford County Tele As Clerk of said Court LONGDISTANCE EconomicalR. 311

Bryan, Wesley W. James HOlngsworth, Mrs. Frank Noegel. Stanley S. Sparks, S. E. graph. By Marion L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
C. E. Drew Dated this 5 day of'' August, 1953. Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch
James B. Long Richard H. Noegel, lowell A. Silcox, Mary Frances Buid.Jack'mviE.
flatten Margaret F.Dr.ew. Mrs Hazen N OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. ing i Florida. 0 B. Alvarez ORAgents
Dyal. H. O. F. Lawson, H. A. Newman, Audrey Silcox, J. Darby .
Rarksdale. Robert C. DeVoe. S.DeVoe. Haistings, James Lawson Mrs. Ada Newman. Albert J. Sparks, [B S. E. Clerk of tne Circuit Court I Atfor Il. 8/7 I'S/28 For
Barksdale r. TRANSFER AND
Barbara IL By Marian L. Crosby Deputy
,
Brown. W. 1irs. S.Dennis. Hough f't. L. Lewis Mrs. Thelma L. Newman. Mrs. AlbertLarantaux. Silcox. Mrs. Gladys 250-J

Brown. W. i .. F. Lewis D. Mrs. Thelma J. Stringfellow, W. G. 84t 8/2 I I AOTICK DeIcher Bros. STORAGE CO.

Pell, Ethel Sherdla F. Devrick Denver R.Devrlck Howard.. E Lamb, Mrs. Elizabeth Newsome. O. J. Stringfellow, Mrs. Starke, Florida August 19, 1953 _
Chessle M. Haxen. L. O. Lawson E. Norman Maude Mabel NOTICE TO APPEARIn I Notice is hereby given that pursuant -
Hal
Durnet, MableBrlce. Dell Robert HazEn. Mrs. Frankle Lawson. Mrs. E. Norman, Ovid Sale Mrs. Dorothy Circuit Court, Bradford t to Chapter 194, Florida Statutes

Inez Dell Ko:evelt, Jr. I Law. Mrs. Ellen H. New-some, Perry M. Sale Guy H. Florida IB Chancery. 'Cuat"1 1941. the following described STORAGEPerr'man

Bishop. Nina R. Douglas. Cbartes Howard"Harris William Lee L. E. NEwlomEda Seymour, Elizabeth Benjamin Starling, Jr.. 'land in Bradford County, J'lorida.
Bryant Willie Douglas Mrs. H. C. E. Mrs.) Law, Blanchard Noegel, Gene W. Seymour J. D. -nna Martha Starling Defendant.Case will be offered for sale at publc

Dl Dinklns, John Howard, Joe A. Land. Martin Noegel. Connie E Stiliey. Mrs. Letie No. 9979 outcry for the highest and best csh

Margaret' Mr8 Dublin. Ernest W.Dustln Howard. Beulah Land. Jettye Ruth Noegel E. P. Sauls, A; F. XCtt' To Appear bid. at the Court House. betweenthe Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida

Parker Louise ,'D Harris W. G. Long, Marian D. Norman EdithNewsome Simmons, T. S. : Anna Martha Starlng. whose hours of 11 o'clock A.M. and 2 -
a M. erHe'&y; A. H.Halsten. Long, Eugene M. Jessie E. Shull, E. T. residence and clock P.M. on the 10th day of
Brinkley
Roy C. Dt Oscar S. "-. Labine, May L. Nichols V. A. hull, Mrs. E. T. You are hereby notified that a 1953. '
Eegue SeptEmber
Begue,, Doris Ralph H.F. ommOfl. Hester Ha'el W. E. Labine., Richard J. Nichol Bobbie L. Stump, LillianSimpson suit for rtf. Xo. 207; Date of Cert. July 1. ,, ':";:'- ,:- : _: :" :-" '- : ,- < ,-'- > -- ', -'

Baker Dommon. James Hi'J., (]. Littles. Lilar Peggy Ed. Divorce 1943.
L. Z.
BAker'dna Duncan. David D., Olt andG' Eleanore Leggett Katie Mae Anne Sileox Vernon has been filed against you in the I Description: Lots 1, 2, Blk 8 Pine-
Barton. Mae Duncan Daisy Lee, Joe Neel, Donald E. Smith Mrs. E. H. above named Court and cause and I hurst DE\'elopmEnt. Sec. 21, Twp. S I

Lames Mrs.AltBarefoot. H. A. Dunwoody, R-"S. Hough, Mrs. Alma Lappe, August B. Norman. Leroy. Jr.Nolln. Sewell,,'0. B you are required to serve a copy of 6; Kge. E 22. I

Sarah Dowling. W, B. Hazen, Elsie i P. Littles.Tobie P. J. Sewell, O. your answer or pleading to the com Cert. No. 351; Date of Cert. July

Margaret Dixon Mrs. A. L. Henry, Mrs" .A. H. Lawson. J. T. Nolin, Mrs. Tommie Sullivan Percy plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney 1, 194!. NOTICE

Burdete. Lillian 11. K Dunwoody, Mrs. R. S. Hutto, O. P. Lawson Mrs. J. T. Schmitt., Chas. M. Williams & Futch. P. O. Box Description: 1 A in NW Cor of

Barker. Frank H. DEnmark, Ernutne Hunt Edward Laines Gust Olsen, Bertie Smith, Mrs. Virginia 421, Starke, Florida SW of NEU; Sec. ; Twp. S 8;
Dankel. Mr. Hobbs J. c. JLee. Margaret Olsei., Titus \ and file the original in the office of Rge. E 22. 1
Bowden. R. J. H.Dankel. Midred Hobbs Gladys Lewis, Thomas E. Smith, Foster Sht the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ore
Powden. SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Brown Lucille Mrs. Jane. C. X. S& Hardy Hardy Charles Little, George H. .h'tjtreet.'verstrejt I Annie S :'lth, Mrs. Mary Ann< before the 14 day of September, 1953; I (FFICIL CIErk of Circuit Court. Brad-
otherwise the of said
Legett allegations
Jaunita M. Addie Simmons,
Hazel
Brown. Fate Owen. \\ K. ford County, Florida.
Epperson Leona r, Arthur N, Little lola Smith Julia Complaint will be taken a confess
Owen Mis. Clart )[; Tison 8/21 %t 3/25
Edwards, W. M. Harton. O. E. Locke, E. B. Owen, Vi pi' u' Scot Wilbur A. ed by you OUR
Clark, I. E. Edwards. Ruble Ma Halsten. Gertrude Lewis, Jeff Owen Mrs. F. Lillian This notice shall be published* .VOTICRTO MEAT CURINGAND
Clark Mrs. I. E. : Hardy XI'3 once each week for four consecutive numlou"la
Edwards. Mrs. Del J. R Lonhard. Fred Ormond. J. E. Silcox, Patsy the Court of .ty Judge,
A. L. weeks in the Bradford County Tele tl. .
Hardy
CrO.by. Epperson, W. J.. Jo Ella O. L. OWEns. George L). Roberts Bradford County, Florida, I. Pro
Crosby, Lilly Epperson. Dorothy Hudson M. F.. Sr. LinsK Mrs. O. L. Outlaw LaVern H. Starling K. E. graph. bate. :

Conner. L. L. Edwards J. M. Hudson, Mrs. M. F. Le\'lt Elmer E Old, Cecil V. Simpson, Mrs. Rebecca Dated this 11 day of August. 1953. In re: Estate of Louise Bohn, also I AND
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Mrs. Carrie Sr. Lewis : :
Conne Lucile Pace Spence John I
EdwardS Old Judy W. known as Louise Bolin King, De-
Clerk of the Circuit I
Crowson. Mrs. Adelaide English. Po H. ILitWC. C R. Lee, Lillian Smith Eoline W. Court ceased.
Crow son. Claude English. Leona G. Howe. R., jr. Lane Mack 5mit W. H. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy I j
Perkins
To All Creditors and Persona hayIng >
Colley, C. Carr Edwards. Merri Howe Marian N.Canova Lee, Curtis T. Perryman L"nle, St. John. Alice 8/l 4t 9/I Claim. or Demand'. Against
Eunice C.Carlton. "all. Jimmie Lee, K COLD STORAGE
Edwards Mrl Mlrrl Lee Roj-elle I. Ierryman. Stefanelli. Henry Said Estates L j PLANT
Fred Edwards. W. Hutcherson. Lewis. Mrs. Ollie Stefanelli. ) XOTIPPER
Klorv Cha.J. Ir. Henry j (' CooBty, You and each of you are hereby
Canova Levy A. Carrie Hernwall Lee, 1,81 Brdford
Edwards. Mrs. C. E Albert Parks Ethel R Starling! Volley L .' : 1m Chancery. notified and required to present )I
Canova. Mona A. Edward Elaine Hernwall. Lee Mrs.
Leone Starhng.
PEarl E Phillips. E. Mary Erna Creola Miles. Plaintiff, vs. any claims and demands which you t
demons. Fronla Ennis. Gary Hazen, V. \. Julia Spence
Lowe. Mae Phillips Mrs. Rosa J. M. Raymond Miles. Jr., Defendant. or either of you may have againstthe
Cummings Walter Mrs. Hazen. Cleone Lee, Eugene Palmmour Pearce. Mrs. Bertha Stone. Edna Will be take of
Coleman. Joe Edwads Ennis, Mrs. s E. Hall Edward A. A. C. Priet. Clyde G. StaringJoe S. Notice To Appear Case No. 9273 known estate of Louise Louise Bohn Bohn King. also.deceased :. open to care your meat

Chalker, Mrs C. W. Eberle. Mrs. Hall llargufrlte M. Lewis. Ovid G. Priest. Mrs. Clyde Smith. Shi K. a
RUllel To: Raymond Miles, Jr., whose late of said County, to the
Coleman. Mrs. Mary E. Edwards. Harell J. M. Lewis. Mrs. Ovid G: Paul. A. T. Stone, R. residence (County Judge of Bradford County. .
and address is Harle
L : s in the efficient
and
J. V. Eberle Russell A. Mrs. Leggett. same manner by the
,
Cannon J. M. Allen Powell. Mrs. Mildred K. Struth. Kizzie Street, Christiansburg. Virginia I at his office in the court
Colley! H. Eberle Edward a Henderson, Lewis. S.Struth. Florida I'
311' F E f. E Powell. Ned You are hereby notified that a said County at Starke,
Colson, C. W. Mrs. Lee, G.
Eberle R C.Hendefon. E S L.. Jr. Kate suit for r within eight calendar
i'olson. Lemuel Ellington A. Holmes, Julia Lee Winnie H. Peek PHk Myra D.Struth.. Merrill Divorce' and restoratfon of I Florida from the time of the first I same competent curing means as for the
Mrs. Ada
Colson. Lewis
ton, Mrs. Selma Lenward Ruby Powel. Wm. C. Stewart. Jame F. maiden name publication of this notice. Each
Powers Edwards. J. M. Jr. Holton. Mrs. J. G Rly) St. John. Vincent S. has been filed against you In the claim or demand shall be in writing -
Carlisle. Ruth Ellis. Mr* Mabel Hutching. R. n.: Ydian! Mary Har- St. John Mildred H. above named Will
Court and
:1Errl and ten
Powell cause and state the place of past on
Colon, Mrs. Bessie E Edwards E, A.Edward. Hutching. Annie 'Mae McKlnney, 311. Iva Strickland, Rose you are required to serve a copy of residence Fhal post office address of years. open
later, W.3f .*, Mrs. Blanche Hicks S. McKlnney. Pnllem, E. L. Simmons, Mrs. '
Ruth
R your answer or pleading to the com the and shall be sworn to
Dyer Edwards, Tommie F.Hlcb. !!' McKinney, A. E Pellum. i. J. Smith W. S. plaint on the Plaintiff's 'Attorney L-f I by caima't. agent. attorney,

Cloversettle Willie Edwards Mrs. Violet }olmfl11anln n. McKinney.). A. E Pellum. Mrs. F. J. Smith S. L. Lloyd Bass. SO! Clark Building,! and any such claim or demand not
M.Cook.. Eaves. Andrew J, Hall Ben F. McIntyre J. Parker Mae Sullivan.! Mabel Jacksonville. Florida. I so filed shall be void. SEPTEMBER 1ST
Howard (Jack) Hal. Thelma Etta (Mrs.) Pooser. J. W. Sullivan. Dorothy L. and file the original In the office o z; W. H.

Crosby. Marian L. Ed'ards Gladys. C., June McKeln, Mrs. J. A. Van D. amra Sam the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Of the Estate of Muwell of
Cook. W. R. Epps, Billy G. Hall. Jack W; McRae. E. Patel George C.hEpbErd.. I. P. before the 14 day of September. 1953; Al eXcutor of ,

Crosby, A. D. Hudson. Alfred H. McRae, Mrs. Ethel Powell COrner P.Sbepherd, Mrs. I. p. otherwise the allegations of said the Lit Wi and also Testament known ac

Cameron. Barbara Hudsn Mrs. Corene McCall. Selma Parker, Charle C. Shaller. Elizabeth Complaint will be taken as confessed I. Louise. Rohn King, deceased. SALT CUREAndSUGAR.CURE
Futch. C. A. .
Annetta Lillie Mae Mcintosh Ttllman ShaU by
Po Pressley Annie Mae r, Bobbie L. you 1953.
First publication 1!
Crosby. Albert Jr. Fernandez. Sharon McIntyre, J. This shall be August
L Eva Hall A. Phillips. Ernest T.&hmit. Cynthia note published
Crosby, Violet Futch. Verdie S. Isiah Mcintosh, J. W. Patten. G. L. Smith. Lewis L once for four consecutive 8/%i 9/1 ,

Conner.! Herman L. Fernandez. IsabeUeFlyna. Holtzendorf, C. Mclntosh. Alice Fatten Mary C. Searing. Earl P. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph i '
R IB the County Court, Bradford
Christmas James A. George B. Jr: McRae. Mrs. Donald Perkins John Smith. Dennis H. I J.d.
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Christmas. Edna W. Flynn Florence Hardenbrook Robert McKinney. A. E.. Jr. Patray Ernie D. Simpson! L. L. this 1 day of August U5.OFFICUL I County, of rloriaa.Estate

Chasteen. J. R.Chitty. Flynn. George n Jr. H McRae. Donald F. Peterson James A.Pickett. Simpson, Laura E. ( SEAL) Charles A. of Louise Bohn also Knownas

Randall F. Franklin. John Harris I. G. Mcriff, Green. jr. C. W. Sullivan, Loanie D. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Louise Bohn King. Deceased.The SsSrSSflSS'flflSSSSSSrSSSSflSSS ar.. grss
Carratt. A. H. .'utch Mack S. Virginia! G. J. Pickett. Mrs. C. 'IV.StUdstjII. Mrs. W. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Stale of FI.r... To Al P.n. "Spp

Conway E. F. Mrs. Millie J. ftlon- Mrs. 1. 'R i ilcrlf Le H. Parker, William W. Studstill W. J. J. 8/l t'1 lato"t1 e ... of Mid Your Business

Conner. Eula Mae Fuller, Mra Bertha E Mae .. Sr, Priest. Mrs. Noma Smith. Mrs. Shi De.. Appreciated
notified that
hereby a
Colson. Thomas F Fogg. Jewett C. HOhbergerdolph lcondlchle. H. H. Prevatt. Sheppard. Mrs. Kate I. Clrtl C.ur6 Bradford CoBitr. are
E written instrument purporting to be
0.Fowler., Harvey Hunter. Carl M. Mcnryre, Willie Mae Prevatt Spence. I. ChaBcery.
Colon Cthnln Mar. Mrs. Bert
the Last Will and Testament of said -srJrrSSJSSSSrSSJrr-JrrrSr-r
Hunter. Winifred P. Warlick. Plaintiff "sco
A. Mrs. CCCSS
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FIlngim Sarah E, "
Spence
Luis A. lcKnlght garet Bert v. rrrrs-.
1 decedent has been admitted to
Cn. ellle M. FUUDCIm.Mr Jose Barton Hankerson. Saul E. L. Palmts, J. W.Pooser. Spence, Myrtle Marion H. Warlck, Defendant.Case bate in said Court. pro-
McVay 9970
C. Carl
Laey Irene V. Mrs.
J.
W.Scrbror R. K.
Conway Farris H.Farrl... Llnnle Mae Hilderbran J. E. McVay C. Jr.Pelkam Order Of PB"lIc tlji A4 T. You are hereby commanded within
.te
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Elizabeth Louise
Cassels, Alver Flynn. Virgie L. Hi1derbra Maxlae M Rae. L Stern Appears State Of Florida .. six ralendaY months from the
Merritt W.Flynu Elliott J. Harper.. L. P. McRae. Gertie Robert I phillips Phillips, Mary J. W. Marion H. Warlick. whose residenceand date of the first publication of this
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C. M. Mrs. W. .
Cummings. Mae Francis Pauline P.Harper.. Dorothy Ni Llnnle Partin. Smith S. address Is: 100 South 41st Street, notice to appear In said Court and Starke Ice
Ole inc S. B. E. Co.
Charle show It why the
mmons North Carolina cause any you can.
Fred E McComb.- :
Cox J. C. Jr.Harenbrok.. Elsle! Jack F. Par tin. S. ., Mrs. Janice Wimington.
Yelb action of said Court in admitting
.
J. C. Farber. lrs Beatrice HOhbergEr. Y Mcomb Grace lsPeterson.. John rqulrt to appear on
Cox S. Richard
ft.
Carlton. J. p. S Hicks S. Amela .Y.1"Mrs. Hanson Peterson ). G.R T. H. B September in the above said. Will to probate should not
Crosby. H. Farber, Lloyd Mrs. SLide named Court and cause. wherein, stand nnrevoked
S. R PateL
June ,
V. Mrs.
Conner. G. K. Frees. Vie Holland. JCauelle "\ McKinney, Ann Phillips. Jnanita Small Cleveland T. H. plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration (OFFICAL ) Theron A. Yaprn, ,

Mrs. Nancy Frees, Mrs. Charlotte flumes, L, Anne McKinney, Balls PearsQn. Eugene Simmons. James F. of maiden name. Bradford ,Judge Bradford County, PHONE
Chism. Randall R.Chism Firth. Robert E. Hatch Ruth McCarthy, James Preston Joe County Telegraph shall publish Florida 12 STARKE FLA.
Simmons Stephen this Order By Betty A. Phillips Clerk. ,
H in
Firth. E next tour weekl
Katherine Marityne B. &, H. D MeVay. Lena aMeCe Pugsley, John V.III Austin C. Issues. First publication on August 21,
Co1ao'' Ressie Foreman Dolvin Hazel wood,' l Joseph H Pope Clara Scott.
A Roy Witness 195S.
Clara F, Mrs. Estelle Ruth 1 McGee NeU Bile my hand aid official seal
Forma Mae
Pope .
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1953 BRADFORL COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN"CHURCHES


St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTT brother-in-law and I, were going changed from Long Branch to I there is more Clay Hill news than I I ever we can learn-we writes. One
Raymond E. MatBIain to the cemetery'" Saturday morning, Clay Hill-Long Branch. It does 'Long Branch news in this, but we name is perhaps as good as I
PINE LEVELby got to the Long Branch bridge seem that this would be better as j[do not stop with either. What another.
Schedule of Services and couldn't cross it, a hole about
:Mrs.: H. M.: McRaeWAWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA& three feet wide and almost the ---
SUNDAYS full width of the bridge was wash-. I It
9:45 a.m., Church School 11 ed out. I stayed in the car, they T
ajn., :Morning Prayer & Sermon; We enjoyed another great revival walked on to the cemetery. They
-- 6:30 p.m., Young People's Service meeting at Pine Level Bap- were really tired when they got
Methodist Church Christian ChurchThe League. .\ tist Church last week, conductedby back to the car and met asked
HOLY COMMUNION' I Rev. Wm. Fitzwater of Charles- how far it was from there to the .Le fwJAY
Rev. and Mrs. Thomas G. :Mit- Christian Churches of Brad- town. W. Va. There were 235 cemetery I told them it was about
chell and their daughter.Barbara ford and Union Counties will con- 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun in Sunday School last Sunday two miles, maybe a little more,
Jeanne, returned to Starke this vene with the Starke church on day 7:30 a.m.FRIDAY I morning, and Rev. Hall baptisedfive ey said, Whew! If that is two 'JlULUJJ. 3*
week after a vacation in :Massa- Sunday, Aug. 30. I new members Sunday night, Florida miles, I would sure hate <
chusetts and Connecticut. Rev. The program will begin at 11 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. who joined the week before. to have to walk ten-and drag
Mitchell will preach at both the o'clock with a song and prayer 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal John Edwin McRae, USN, returned Jean all of the way!" So you see
morning and evening church services service followed by the sermon'at to the home of his parents, what he thinks of our mileage herein
on Sunday August 30. The 11:30 by O. A. Clark of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae, after Fla. _
subject of,, the sermon for Sunday ville. Church of Goda weekend duty at Cecil Field.wherehe Rev. Tigert was called to serves 2 Z.
morning will be "A Rockbound Communion will be held at noon. is stationed.Mr. pastor of the Maxville church
Faith". Sunday night at 8 p.m. followed by a basket dinner at Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn and Mrs. Earl Goodman and the next year. I understand he
:Mr. Mitchell will preach on the 12:30. ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and has been pastor there since Rev.
subject, "The Spread of God's The afternoon session will beginat Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service family spent last Sunday at Or-: Newton resigned. }
Kingdom." 2 p.m. with song and prayer. Tuesday 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meet. lando with Mr. Fender's mother,' Gloria Starling and Ann Pad- <; Just lift the Easy Out lever and rout
The 10th chapter of the Gospel John G. Childress of Gainesville ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday. who is recovering from an opera- gett, Gloria's niece, had a birthday d'"I ANY come electric big,full-size refrigerator cubes,!Fits
of St.John will be the Bible Studyat will even
preach. party Sunday afternoon. 4
Lawtey tion.Mrs. old models! Limited offer..;
the mid-week Prayer :Meeting Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning B. E. McRae and Mrs. V. Among those present was Barbara ;..,.c.... just 59c with couponl!
Wednesday. Sept. 2, at 7:30 p.m. At The TabernacleThe Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv E. Thornton visited Mrs. Benny Stokes from Green Cove Springs. .:.;10.! ..
ing Saturday 7:30 p.m. McRae in Alachua General Hospital Jirn.. Strickland and my sis and x !
.' Presbyterian ChurchJunior Saturday night youth meet- last Saturday.We brother-in-law, the Hewitts, wentto I FRi!
ing was presided over by Elmer Church ef ChristCorner were glad to have Rev. and Starke Sunday morning, also M -. 11, l \
Choir practice will be L. Johns of Gainesville, assisted by Mrs. Alton Dobbs back at church to Kingsley Lake, looking at the 9 a {Itll i OF
EXTRA COST
held at the church Friday after. Mrs. Johns, pianist and organist.The 10th and McMahoa with us Sunday after a visit to country and visiting the Strick- ': ti j ., \
noon, Aug. 23 at 3:30 p.m. 1 interesting, Bible quiz was on Preaching A. M. and 7Si Alabama, where they were in a land' relatives there. x w WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY, t
Services for Sunday Aug..30 the subject of prayer. P.M. revival meeting.LONG We 'are sorry to state that my PHIICO Refrigerator* '
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning The Sunday services were under Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud I mother is much worse again this : \
Worship 11 a.m, sermon topic:' the direction of the sponsor. each Wednesday- -7:30 P. M. VYTTTTTTTYTVTYYTYTYTTYT morning (Monday). She seemedso :, a .. ? with Dairy Barf
"Knowing God's Will". Evening Tuesday night E. Y. Berry Bible School-10 A. !L much better while they were $ I
services 8 p.m.. topic: "A Man. brought an unusual Bible quiz, 7 BRANCH here, this morning she fainted and This 5700Value43-pfc'j! "
Called John: John Knox". and W. B. McKinney had chargeof HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH had to be taken care of as always 1 NATIONAL :
Prayer Meeting Wednesday the song service. THERESSA again.. SUVIIC'SIVHPMJF .
by Mrs. J. L.
7:30: p.m., studying Leviticus 26-, Sunday School 10 a. m.;,Preaching Strickland4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAtitt School starts at Clay Hill next \ '
27 and Numbers 1-3. Choir prac- St. Edward's Church Service 11 a. m; Training Monday and at Baldwin next Wednesday x ww / .
tice will be held after ,
Prayer Service
Union 7 m.; Evening X
9:15 p. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Brinson
Sunday Mass at a. m. I returned -
Meeting. Weekday Mass 7:30'a.m.. 8p. m. I home after spending their Jimmie Wilkinson is in the army 'NSERVICE.... ...' .'
now, stationed at Fort
CHURCII OF JESUS CHRIST Children's Class Saturday 11 ,"A church earnestly contendingfor vacation in Cuba. George
Mead, Md, but will be transferred
LATTER DAY SAINTS a*, m. the Faith which was once de I Aunt Lilly Wilkinson is home ri-

Services each Sunday in old Masonic Keystone Heights livered unto the Saints." -Jude I.after spending a week with her shortly.A letter from Lura Mohr expresses R --T |1
Hall on R. Call St. Sunday (Women's Hub) 3. A welcome awaits you. daughter Ethel in Madison. how
much she enjoys our
Mass 8 a. m. -Merle Packman, pastor. Lottie Starling and
School 10 a. m., Sacrament Serv- Sunday daughter part of the Fews. She suggests Model 736 and up
ice 6:30 p. m. Everyone welcome.. Confessions before all Masses. spent the afternoon with Miss (or
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SEVENTH DAY Aunt) Lillie Wilkinson. that the name of our column be Magnificent sHverplate service for eight by

ADVENTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Will Dupree and New 1953 PHILCO I and National Leaf"Silver pattern Company..FREE in famous OF EXTRA Roes
Services each Sabbath in old Mrs. McCormick were calling on COST with the purchase of a new Phflco ,
Masonic Hall' on E.: Call St. Sab friends and relatives in this settle- LET US FILE YOUR SAW Dairy Bar Refrigerator! "
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke bath School 2 pjn. Preaching ment last week. Mr. Dupree was Il I I on our New Foley Dairy Bar Refrigerator ----------------ll!!

.. I each second and fourth Sabbaths looking for pears-that needed PHILCO EASY OUT !
AUTOMATIC SAW filERThlJ'l1
3 Elder Mostert, paator. peeling-but found no pears at
: p.m. Cited for its contribution to Dairy Foods storage
.. Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. aU. We are sorry he could not by the American Dairy' Association. .only l ICE CUBE TRAY COUPON I
._ '" ", I I'" II IIII Everyone welcome.PENTIDCOSTAL. find pears but it seems there are cot Phfleo Refrigerators give you the Award-winning: I I
yb, no pears this year. like new when I Dairy Bar, with famous Cheese Keeper. Butter I I
REV.-LEWIS D. HAINES, Paster Our brother filed I I Keeper and shelves for quart milk bottles N.&MI' --
HOLINESS E. E. Hewitt, from M oar 1 I
I" Jefferson rnd Court Streets In The Heart of Town CHURCH Brattleboro, Vermont, spent the I precision machine AS I ADDU I
Sunday School 10 a.m. ;weekend with us. This is the first I In a 9$ I
Phones Office 234 -Pastorium 13$ Service 11'a.m. I time I had seen "Cy" and he and few minutesyou'll LOW EASY I
Morning I 199 I I,1eIIM aiT."f Me... ell "... .......
$ Service 7:30 my sister have been married for I hart II I
t. : I Evening pjn. AS TERMS I ,...nerd to a43bw.
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22 We that cut cleaner
= ,Prayer Meetings Wednesday years. must say "Cy" is ; laWS truer, '
a fine fellow. fatter Bring ia -----------------.
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 AM. 7:30 P.M. night 7:45 pjn. Saturday aigfr He is overseeing I your saws .
installing an enormous pipe organIn I today-youTI like our speedy
,Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union t 6:15' P.M. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH the A and M College, in Talla i ernce. I CJ. NASWORTHY GENERAL SUPPLIES
hassee. Will be there
U\\TEYFLA. for about \
Midweek Service Wednesday, ,,7:30 P.M.< 2
months
yet working on this pro- All New Equipment
Sunday Sehool 16 a. m. Preaching ject. He works for the Estey CALVIN 232 E. CALL STREET PHONE 198-J
11 a. m. &: 7:30: p. m. Midweek Organ Co. and has for years. My JOHNS I
service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. sister, Mrs. Hewitt, came Saturdayand 465 N. Water St. STARKE, FLA
HEAR THE PASTOROF A. B. Massey, pastor. spent part of the day with us,
PINE LEVEL they left Sunday afternoon, going "
CARD OF THANKS .. .
BAPTIST CHURCH back to Tallahassee to his work. c - -- -

In Two Special Messages We wish to express our sincere Rev. Clarence Smith and son,, "
t Floyd, visited the Ebenzer Church '
thanks for the kindnessesand RE-ELECT
Sunday, Aug. 30 many 1 Sunday morning, Rev. Smith de
sympathy shown us in our I livered the morning
.t Sunday School 10 A.M. message.
bereavement during the death of There were no services at Lon ,
Morning Worship 11 A.M. our loved one, Ray Hinkle.- Mrs. Branch due to the fact the rsI
Subject : "Man's Place in Delores Hinkle wife; Mr. and Mrs. was washed so badly the ca \,
the Service of God" W. E. Covington, father and could not cross over the Long
mother-in-law.: Branch bridge. We, my sister Carl John

-_ Evening Message 8 P.M.
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"How A Saved Person

y Y Can't Be Lost" Trcrneuiyourtires! .

Good Music and Singing by
the McRae Trio and the -

,. ,, Gonzalez Trio YOUR
GOOD/YEAR<<
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Your presence will be ap- .


preciated. .I l 44SALEI t .. City Clerk


TODAY YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO
HEAR THESE BIBLE TRUTHS! !


TOMORROWOFFERS MAY BE TOO LATE !

V'or Honest Courteous Successful
A t f if v d Capable Experienced .

TOPICS THIS WEEK ,
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THUR., AUG. 27 Divine Healing Healthful Living 4z
S Is a Christian Always Healed by Prayer? -

Fri. Aug. 28 Beauty And The Beast! .d' DUTIES OF THE CLERK .
Hear This Startling Prophecy of Revelation 12. ; .
Sun.. Aug 30 God's Seal Or The Beast's Mark

Which Will Your Life Reveal Wfien Christ ..
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Returns. To keep adequate ,records of all monies received and disbursed. Keep adequate
World's first choice tire !( '
Tues., Sept. 1 The United States In Prophecy ,. FAMOUS F'PT '
What's In The Future for This "Land Of The QUALITY records of all meetings of governing bodies. To operate the office in a business
DELUXE t'r. 'I'
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Free"I '.1 :r:?;It r. .7__ .. -
I I. L. Jcr' like manner. Keeping regular office hours, operating the office at a minimumcost

I TRUTH FOR TODAY TENT10th I Here's Our Offer trade in 4 old to taxpayers. With increased duties there is only one employee besides City I

and Walnut Sts., Starke tires from car us list
your pay Clerk. Books audited monthly by Certified Public Accountants and monthlystatement
for 3 tires
price new you get
4 new COOD/VEAR DELUXE TIRES of all receipts and disbursements made to City Council.

2 GREAT} you pay nothing morel! ,
SERVICES SUNDAY -II}

I wish to call your attention especially to the fact that the City Clerk has no voting -

\ CHECK YOUR SAVINGS HERE OLD I power on any question affecting the Citizens of the City of Starke. His
TURN M
i 1 :Evangelist DON MARTIN TIRE ItG. LISt Pita TIRES AND PAY \ duties are to keep records and be able to furnish the City Council and Citizens 1

SIZE -OF -fOUl TIRES _FOR_4-TIRES* with information on questions arisins. ;. Carl Johns has done these things and is

:' :: will speak at 800pm. 6.00 x 16 _$_80.40 84 00** $60.30 63.00* Ix I qualified to do so from actual knowledge gained from experience. I

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7.10 x 15 97.80* 7335 7440* I Don't forget Starke is a growing town and needs someone who is
Singspiration Hour SpeciaI'Iusic Two Pianos 99.20*

6.50 760 x x I 16 15 _107-.oo---* -- ao.2 ** \ experienced to assist in directing its welfare. Carl Johns is a tax

/. 15 I 117.40* 88.05 and successful business His interest
8.00 x payer, a property owner, a man.
91.95 .
Pastor 122.60
BOB GRAY 8.20 x I i5 .Plus fa .. t.ur tins is in Starke and he has and will at all times work for the


will speak at 7 J:00 a.m. Proportionate savings when you buy LESS than FOUR tires! betterment of Starke and Bradford County.CARL I

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CACV TERMS PaY as little as JOHNS' VAST KNOWLEDGE OF THE FINANCIAL OPERATIONS OF THE CITY GOVERNMENT t

UUT $1.25 a week,for 4. fires! HAS ENABLED HIM TO FURNISH THE CITY COUNCIL WITH INFORMATION LEADING -

TO THE ABOLITION OF ALL CITY TAXES. KEEP STARKE TAX FREE. RE-ELECT CARL

First Baptist Church, Hampton Service Center St tiOI JOHNS CITY CLERK.

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.FRID 4aI. AU GUST; 28,1953Negro '


Lawtey Election NATIONAL GUARD Budget Commission And LegislatorsMeet Cong. Matthews I I Judge Yawn, Believes More Women Draws Fine

NEWS NOTESLt. Sept. 1 To Discuss Welfare Funds Opens Office In Mayor's CourtThere


Set.For Tuesday Randall F. Chitty graduated Representative Doyle E. Connerof for me to conceive that there will In Gainesville Should Register For Jury Service"Women was only one case on

this week from the Company Of- Bradford County in a recent be an estimated 2,000 increasedcase
docket of the Mayor's Court Mon
ficers Course'at Ft. Penning-, Ga. letter to Harry Smith, Director load for the biennial." Conwressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews should register for jury
duty as a civic duty," County wife, Starke and Mabel L. day. This was the case of Chare
JudgeT. ;
of Florida's 8th Boyer
.. Voters of, Lawtey will elect a and will return to Starke this the Budget Commission has Conner went on to say' in his Congres- ,
Miller colored
A. Yawn said in a statementthis who had cut
marshal and turn thumbs weekend. He entered school:there agreed, if returned to the 1955 letter that if he returned to the sional District announces that he rancher Starke.
or another
up with broken bottle
week. "After all it is negro a -
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down on three local laws passedat last May 5. Legislature, to vote for a deficiency 1955 Legislature, he would gladly has opened a district office in one However, since registering, Mrs. sometime Saturday night
of the most
Gainesville in order to better serve I important duties a
the last legislative session when Pfc Joe E. Tomlinson graduatedthis" appropriation so that old vote for a deficiency appropriation"so Boyer has moved from the county Miller did not appear before MayorJ.
citizen called
the his constituents while Congress is person, as a is uponto
, they go to the polls in a special ,week from the Clerk-Typist age benefits can be raised to the old people may have the R. Wainwright and consequent.
r election next Tuesday.. Course at Ft. Jackson. S. C. and $60 maximum authorized by the amount they rightly expected." out of session. The local 'office perform the earnest, young ly, forfeited a $50 bond.
. will be in Room 328 of the Post Bradford County justice continued Rotarians Raise
1953 Legislature.The Since writing the letter Conner
home this weekend.
is
, W.. p Kemp and D. B.Thomasare expected The City turned over two other
,' candidates for the office of The 'unit has had two recent Welfare Board had pre- said he has heard from the direc- Office building in Gainesville, and cases and the principals Involvedto ;

marshal to fill the unexpired termof transfers from other units. Lt. viously decided to lower the max- tor and other members of the the telephone number is 21075. In urging more women to regis-,More Than $300 the county for disposition.
imum old benefits to $57 Commission and This office will remain open until ter for jury duty. Yawn went on I
Ralph' Barley, resigned,> F. J. Jones Is transferring from age per Budget they have I I These were the cases of Jessie
month, and Conner said in his agreed to meet with a of Congress reconvenes in January, to say that with more people For Scout FundThe
The three local ,bills to be approved Co. E., 121th Inf in Ocala, and group :Bell, colored, of Green Cove
or disapproved are: Sgt. Edward G. Altman was a letter: legislators in Tallahassee on Sept. and office hours will remain from registered, the better the chancesof I Springs, charged with aggravated

1. Allowing the Lawtey city member of the 176th Inf., Vi ginia "I was extremely disappointedto 1 to discuss the situation. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily,observed.and 9-12 getting a good jury. He said $300 goal set by the Rotary I assault, and one Demper Reeve,

council to fix the compensation of National Guard. Both men are learn the Welfare Board is an- Conner' said he feels 'confident noon Saturday will be that women participated in all Club for its Boy Scout fund drive ,colored, former circus performer,

city officers by ordinance: connected with the county school ticipating a shortage of funds and the $60 maximum old age benefitcan Matthews expects to make this ,other fields of endeeavor and he charged with aggravated assault

2.Permitting the council to fillvacancies system. Lt. Jones is teaching at consequently has agreed to lower be restored and that a de- office his headquarters while in i felt that they should include jury I was passed this week. J. O. Gay,

in elective city offices Lawtey and Sgt. Altman at BHS. the maximum benefits to $57 per ficiency appropriation would be Florida, and the public is cordially i duty among their activities. "Our co-chairman of the drive, an- W. C. T. U.

by appointment ,or ,by calling an The recent promotions in the I month. It is somewhaf difficult I unnecessary. invited to call on him or writeto !entire, system of jurisprudence nounced that $321 had been con-

election; unit were Carl L. Crosby, Arnold him at this address. The Con- I would break down without juries," tributed to the fund thus far, and I I'it I THE LAST MEETING OF THE
More Farm Housing Loan Funds Alloted CURRENT YEAR OF TilE
3.:Directing the council to pay I Q. Smith and Delmar J. Williamson gressman intends to spend as much he said. 1 is expected late conributionswill LAURA SCOTT UNION, W.C.T.U.

O. J.Anders $1 for every convic-I I to Privates 1st class and For Use In Bradford County, Currie SaysA tiirp as possible in Gainesvilledu Since August 1, 1949, women bring the total up to $350. WILL BE HELD FRIDAY

tion in mayor's court during 1952, Donald L. Green to Private 2-c. ng the rest of the ,year, and have been eligible for jury dutyon Individual Rotarians have been AFTERNOON ((28TH) IN THE

as compensation for h services The unit has two members enrolling new allotment of federal able scale. These loans may not ap"one who wishes to see him a voluntary basis. An amend- soliciting these funds for the North TABERNACLE ANNEX AT

as mayor, at the University In September funds for farm housing loans in be used to construct rural resi- p-"''onally may call or write the ment to Florida Statutes, relatingto Flordia Council of Boy Scouts. 3:00 O'CLOCK. THE ANNUAL

I and who will be taking Bradford County was announcedthis d/eno/ or other buildings. for office to find out the days.he will the qualifications or disquali- Funds are to be used for admini- ELECTION OF OFFICERS MILL

Maines Appointed ROTC training. They are Sgt. 1-c week by Clifford L. Currie families not generally recognizedas be in the office. When not in cations of jurors, effective August strative purposes and maintenanceof TAKE PLACE AND EVERY

, Billv D. Dansby, and Pfc. JamesF. County Supervisor of the Farmers farmers. I Gainesville Matthews, will be 1, 1949,states, in part: "The name a Boy Scout camp in this district MEMBER IS ASKED TO BE
S. S. Appeal AgentHal Williams. Home Administration. The either in Washington on committee shall taken
pur- A committee ,in, each county, of no female person be PRESENT.
pose of the credit is to finance composed of three local farmers,1 business or visiting around in the for jury service unless said per-
Y. Maines of Lake Butler homes and farm buildings for '8th District. However he plansto
Walter HutchisonOn decides who is eligible. In Brad- son has registered 'with the clerkof
has been appointed government be in Gainesville during the
farm families. Veterans receive ford County the committee mem- I the "circuit court her desire to
appeal agent for Selective Service Lawtey Job preference.The entire week beginning Monday, To The Voters Of StarkeI
bers are: John M. Godwin, Starke; be placed on the jury list"
Local Board No -V8, serving Brad- August 24.
Dies SuddenlyWalter loans bear four percent T. T. Blackburn Lawtey; and J. I At present, there are eight
ford and Union Counties. interest and are repayable, ovef B. White, Starke. .Miss Janice Bridwell of Lake.. Bradford County women registered respectfully solicit your vote in the coming election due.
Maines was appointed to suc- 33 to the duties of the office of Chief of Police it will be impossible
periods to In the
Delane Hutchison, 27, a up years. Since this new type of credit 'Butler will be on full time duty with the county clerk for jury -
ceed G. L. Patten who resigned resident of Lawtey for the past last three years 10 families in was established by Congress four in the Gainesville office until duty. These are; for me to contact all voters in person, but respect-

after his appointment as Circuit ten' years, died suddenly Tuesday this six-county area have borrowed years ago, about 16.300 failn January. 1. Congressman Mat- Elizabeth S. Andrews, housewife, fully solicit your support and rote. If elected I promise .

Judge.Dr. H H.' Adams morning as the result of a heart approximately 81895.00 to owners throughout the country thews and his assistant Jack Starke Marion Howe, secretary, to fulfill the duties of this office, honestly and to the best
recently
resigned attack while on his job at a Law- imorove inadequate housing. have used the aid to improve their Bryan of Palatka: will divide their ; of ability.
as medical examiner for Starke Fanning, farmer, my
; Dorothy
Since the demand for these
tey service station. homes and time between Gainesville and the
buildings.
the board due to.hIs. entering loans far exceeds the limited loan Lqans Lawtey. ; Margureite M. Hall, "
Mr. Hutchison was born In Ala- amounting to $81,416.000 nation- I Washington office, which will remain VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT
service in the Army medical corps. housewife, Starke; Mrs. A. L.
funds, Currie farm
explained only
bama on January 3, 1926.: He wasa wide have been made for new open as usual. All, Inter-
No appointment has yet been, madeto owners receiving all or a substantial ested citizens are extended Crosby, Jr, housewife Starke; For Chief of
< veteran of World War H and a houses: for repairing and remodeling a W. E. THORNTON Police
fill this vacancy. member of the Baptist Church., portion of their income from : old houses; for new barns, cordial welcome to write or visit Marjorie I. Toomey, housewife, ,

Surviving are his father, Tom the sale of farm commodities may poultry houses, and other buildings; their Congressman at either office. Starke; Nelle H. Nollman, house-
Latter Day Saints qualify as borrowers. A loan may
Hutchison of Alabama; his foster and to improve existing buildings.Numerous .
father A. L. of be made to improve a ,farm, on I .
Beasley -
Lawtey --- - -- -- -
The Church of Jesus Christ of five brothers and three sisters. which the operator works off the loans also have included Mrs. Mae Edwards I

Latter Day Saints will not have a One sister Mrs. Callie Houck, lives farm only if he or members of funds for farmstead water sys- Ii r
Funeral
meeting here Sunday. Membersare at Lawtey. his family are farming on a slz- tems. N < MondayIn i SAT. MON.ONLY

urged to attend the conferenceat Baptist ChurchMrs. ,
Funeral services were held at 1
the Jewish Center in Jacksonville Stabbed 'Herb Doctor'
Negress
the home in Lawtey Wednesday
,from 10 ajn. to 2 p.m. Mae Edwards lifelong: res-
morning at 10:30 o'clock with Rev. Arrested On ChargeOf LADIES REGULAR $1
ident of Bradford County died at
CARD Longino, pastor of the Woodlawn
OF THANKS
May Lose Baby her residence Saturday
Baptist Church, officiating. The No LicenseA followinga

We wish to express our deep ap- body was sent to Red Level, Ala. .. long illness.
preciation to our many friends for for burial. Interment was in Jesse Bell, Green- Cove Springs negro Jim Jimson, was picked She was born at Samuson Citv, OC

all expressions of sympathy acts Falnnount Cemetery there Thursday negro, is in the county jail with up Monday by the sheriffs of- Nov. 25, 1884. the daughter of the BlousesBALL

of kindnesses,and for' the beauti- afternoon with military ritesat his bond set at $5,000 as the result fice and charged with practicing late Sanderson J. and Van Wynn

ful flowers during our bereave- the graveside. of a stabbing incident in the medicine without a license. He is Prescott. She was a member of

ment. The family of Mrs., :Mae DeWitt C. Jones of ,Starke was Reno section sometime Sunday. in the county jail with bond set the Baptist .

Edwards.. In charge of local :arrangements. The sheriffs office and city at $1O(4)() / as State NaifcDtic Surviving are a daughter, Mrs.

-------- polite report that Bell stabbedhis agents analyze seven gallons of W, B. Dowling of Starke, and two POINT (Regular 19cJ

alleged wife, Mary Brooks, herb concoction found in his pos- sons, Elbert Edwards, Daytona

1 who is pregnant, and there is a session. Beach, and Joe Edwards of Home-

liKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE chance that she may lose her baby. The "herb doctor", formerly of stead; one brother, Guy Prescott,

Plant City had beerf living with a 5cCHILDRENS
She Is in the Duval Medical Centerin Jacksonville: and three sisters. PENIdeal

Jacksonville.. negro couple in Reno. He had Mrs. Faye Gill, Starke; Mrs. EvaT.
.U/TH. ... supposedly been treating an old' I
Bell, who is being charged with King, Jacksonville; and Mrs.
7J. negro woman who has since died, W K. Wilder of Pinecastle.
aggravated assault, has his bond but it is presumed she died of
Funeral services were held in
: set at $5,000, pending a medical cancer.
the First Baptist Church Monday
ir RADIOAND report on the woman'victim's con- The State Narcotics Bureau has afternoon at 2 o'clockith the REGULAR '$1DUNGAREES

dition, County Judge T. A, Yawn become interested in the case, and Rev. W. S. McAliley and Rev. W, ,

said. Inspectors Roy Bellinger and E. Hall officiating. Interment was

George Flynn Jr. are running I in tte family plot in Santa Fe c

TELEVISIONSales tests on the concoction found. inIJimson'S Cemetery near Hampton, with De- !

possession. Witt C. Jones Funeral Home in
-- es rs.-rsfl
charge of arrangements.

RE-ELECT 301 Promotion I Active pallbearers were Ernest *

and Service Is DiscussedAt Phillips T. A. Yawn, C. A. Futch, DRESSES

6" .. C. H.,Nasworthy? B. E. McRae, and

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida Rotary ClubThe Chas. A. Darby.FILL.

w. T. ( 1yJACKSON) *
purposes and proposed activities SHIRTS

of the recently organized

Florida U. S. Highway 301 As-I'I'II DIRTGOOD
moo ''F.II.t'tJj.\Jj II
: )a')1.C..ToIIII)I)" sociation were discussed at the

Rotary Club Wednesday by A. J.I RICH
I
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TO THE OFFICE Thomas, charter president of the -
'
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f "
f"r : ; : : : ; :
6DOM, JR. FOR REXT-Furnished cottage redecorated .
LET J. D. organization.Mr.
HANDLE YOUR Inside, modern convenv'iences. OFCOUNCILMAN TOP SOILI
CtTTLE AM HOGS 1 block from school Thomas stated that the as-
SALES Adults. 615 McMahone. Phone DOLLAR
distribute BOTTOM
sociation to
Lit* Oak Ea rh \\"eda..da1. l 3-W. Mrs. A. F. Sauls. tfchg plans strip
Ga..nlll.. t ar F..a, maps and erect roadside signs]i I
FOR REXT-one 4-rm. apt. One
promoting 301 as the best route
REPAIRED BILL JACKSONJackson
RADIOS 3-rm. apt., both nicely furnished.
Alt M Elec. equipped. Shady lawn. 1 mL into Florida from the eastern sea-
AU Makes ebarges- LCRAS. deraateed from bridge, Pessent Rd. For board. He and E. L. Matthews,. Transfer Company
I R..ttle SALE-58 a., -30 In pecans. 15-rm. I 147 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.
T03 w. Call St.WANTEDGraduata Co. SJ1 Pis ERDPh.. 235 house with apts. .-rm. cottage In He Stands For I vice president of the association. Phone 165 .
- -
I yard Rented. Shady lawn. large described a recent trip made to Q -
,
modern barn. Building lots -- -
\ --
for nurse central 01 Blanding rd. & others. MJle from on and Encourages I Clewiston to confer with officials
licensed practical Clinic Hospital. Call St. bridge. Bessent rd.-Mrs. of the Highway 27 Association to

101 duty.W. Doctors Call St. Starke. FU. tf Starke.L. M, Wynn Rt. I, Box 2-C.tfchg E. New Growth and solicit their cooperation in a joint I

,SALE 'I" x I" x 11- Con- promotion of 301 and 27 as the
FOR crete Block 18c each Plenty of EARTHWORMS FOR SALE-A. E. Expansion of Our quickest, safest, and most scenic FLORIDA THEATRE StarkeI :
Cement. Prone Currency, Thompson St, between --
BWJBUS CompanJ'. "I, Wa"hington & 10th. Also at West route to Miami.
!4. End, Grocery 10tp-J/ll, City More definite plans will be. .

NOTICE-I am the new Stanley; I formulated at a meeting of, the '

dealer.product Anyone or wishing In need to give of our a WANTED Both in Industry and {301 Association to be called at an I I I t tt t

Stanley Party contact Mrs. Alma early date, Thomas said.
Johnson, Rt. 1, Box 41, Starke.atp8U. SILKS LISTINGS! oa Dwelllags. HomesIf 2BIGDAYS2t
: ...
Farm* Ita.( Lots LakeFront
HOSPITAL ADMISSIONSThe :
Proportion.tifft, B..- f fs.
''TWO WAITRESSES WANE Thomas Day luru Prwprrtim, lad Business re-elected he will serve ad- SUNDAY MONDAY AUGUST AND 31ST !
,:* time work. Apply Hub Iu"estreats. following patients were AND 30TH
Restaurant. S. Starke on U. S.Ut'hgLOSTDetw.en J01 What kai you to wile I will .pprrrlate you in the same efficientand mitted to Doctor's Clinic Hospital

y.nr ha.lntn. .. e.dva,.r to arltv .. tke bat
Ocala and Hamptonon ?
the future as he has in Thornton Maurice Overstreet
Jacksonville highway, twoArmctronir service possible. !
linoleum rugs. If the past. Myrtice Kirkpatrick, and Mrs. \\Q \
found notify Blocker & Turnipseed A. J. THOMAS r. Edith Baker, all of Starke; Mrs. ,5I 111
Furniture Co.. Ocala. Fla. %tp 8/!? : ,
HF.VL ESTATE BROKERS : Sincerely, W. B. Waters, Maxville; Mrs. E. ". '. \ '". I / I

FOR KENT-TWO bedroom house. E. Triest Keystone Heights; Mrs. "' .. i .."'S t f
Inquire William Sites. IV* inUesout I >4 Temple .h* Telepkoae:14Starke I ,Yo T. (Billy) JACKSON .. ,,. : I
1f .
on Old la'.dh'll H"* *" Florida Mary Gordon, LaCrosse; Tommy ...,. '", 4"9'2 ', 1 I. d
I ,
Strickland, Palatka. 1 ; t. < .
WAKTUD-Good sober reliable m"r- .t.. ,
kith for all white FOR SALE-Missionary strawberry "
r tied man car :zird w I j7
established Insurance Debit in plants on new ground by bed or'
$65 thousand.-Pete Gnffis. Rt. 1, _
Starting salary per
Starke. w _
"' week plus commission. Write C. Box 81, Griffis Loop, Starke. \ : y, ,." i .:
>. J. Phillips, P, O. Box US. Galnes _ttp-'/18 HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT -. .5 J 1 /
vlHe. Fla for appointment. d /
VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTYOne v
!tp 8/!S vt
piece 300 ft. frontage 1.500 I 301 1-? |IILE SOUTH STARKE 301 "
One piece 151 ft.
set frontage
SAI.V
FOR :-19it Cro ley. perfectcondition
rood tire. 45 miles per S3.000. Located on 301 North edge
gaU of pas. I"arga $175. Bob'* of City. 60S N\ E. lim St. Miami I Regular Meals
Service Station. fatFsrmerJarkeh 38. Fla. 4tp 9/11 Weekly Specials I
) 1 ml. !':. of Starke. Itn
FOR REXT-In Law ley. furnished :S Fountain Service
room upstairs apartment private
,FOR UEXT-Furnished garage
bath electric aid
range refrig-
apartment on Klngsley Lake. Mrs
Pauline Torode. Itp erator. MrsJoyce Futch. Up SPECIALSUNDAY ,


SALESMAN wire Memphis Rawlelglf Tenn.WANTED Dept.Regarding-FA-270-I1S.Write op.or FOR WAXTED Ite'! REXT Lafayette-Girl-Three to St.share room apartment.furnished Ito I DINNERTHOMAS %: -7it : : V fh' s

portunlty for Rawleirh businessin
A t
apartment with private bath. Hot
_
Pradford County. No capital
.
and t'Old"at. furnished. :134S A
_needed *tp 10/t Thompson .. Call 173-J. Up '
I 3
FOR RFJXT-Four room furnished FOR SALE-Established business in
,house Ml S. Water St. Up Starke Grossing $100.00 to 11409 4
per week A real cheap bargainfor GARAGE & SERVICE STATIONOPEN 1 M1 ri
'FoR SALE--501b. metal Ire box. JS. quick sale. Call A. J. Thomas.
Bendlx automatic washer cost Telephone !U. Itch* i Guy 1 p e t
IJ50 JJJ.59. 3 burner au stove
.f
F\O TtPVT- 'nrn'''hed rnttare nKlngsley 24 HOURS
110; L, P. au tank for trailer 4 '
gal. $I; 1 corn planter $3 i ; hand Lake after Sept ". See
cultivator $1.50; (S rat oil drum Mr*. H. C Bence at cottage. Ztchc EXPERT REPAIRSWRECKER
new" $5; 50 ft. garden hose $2: 1 '/. lr CHARLES
net plow harness and leather collar \' h re ,
$J; 2 life tubes COO x II $i: FOR RE..T-Close Inj very desirable SERVICE I
Baby Inner spring mattress $1: location furnished and unfurnished &. r : OIIDIIDRJasoL
baby high chair S1.50: Bantam apartments, all conveniences.Al i iM
chickens from 75$ to $%.50 pair; 1 steeping rooms. tot W. >h.*. C. SIEGEI 'HOWARD HAWKS M w4rRAiuJJ tiDGRLl1
PHONE 211-J
electric Console sewing mlt'b''. lion St. 4tchg 'l1i STARKE, FLA. ..
IJ7.50: 1 electric flat Iron IS. W. r
B- Pevlie.. Lawtejr FU. Inquireat FOR REXT-Tnfur.lshed house. Inquire -
Standard Oil, Station. Up at Bus Station. tf


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