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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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A Tree Oro\f8'ln Br okef.. _Tut. :>otVn the : looking east from a point opposite John Youthful horsemen, (Wayne and Gwinn Thomas, Kenneth and Ed-
$ome 600,000 pounds of:giant 'oaks bit the dust last week as preliminary man-farmer. the.huge trees were topped by having limbs jerked'off PinhoIster's store. Most residents
approve the modernization which "in Lewis) add a colorful note to scene as crane grapples with 12-ton
io a street-widening'and sidewalk,.project contracted by the by crane, then trunks were pushed over by bulldozers and draggedaway will Rive a -IOfootiti' pavement bounded on each side by a five-foot stump. Brooker trees had unusually deep roots unlike umbrella-

Glen. G. Searing' Co.,for.. -aroUnd. $35,000.. -. Scene above"shows start of by caterpillars. Operation took more than a week instead of grass plot and fi'efoot'&idewalk.. All agree sidewalks were needed spread system of most oaks in this area, making them especially hardto
project at a point opposite Brooker school house.V .. an expected two or ,three days. especially by school children who "
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.,;, in street., topple. "I'll miss the shade, says Aunt Rosa Tinholster.

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BRD COUNTY TELAPH Copy lOc Chief, Councilmen, Decide On LimitsA



1 -;" '.&-- .. "Official County Publication Established In..1879 record number of electors is 'the council are incumbent W. T.

,1 .", 'j expected to turn out at the polls :Jackson, George Kopelousos, S. E.
., here next Tuesday to pick a city ; Sparks. and W. H. (Billy Noegel.
:VOLUME SEVENTY-FIVE. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 1953 f. NTMBEB EIGHT
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'EEing Made Ti LowerKins1eyLeye1: I Ied : As 1,600 Students Check In Monday qualified the 106 for special the persons regular election residing election.For an additional in-. I II I The Starke at a called Ministerial meeting Association Wed-


4 '. .-- -1' the new area to be taken into the nesday, passed the following
Every ''effort ,Is being l .made to the'"fre floW Of water. Into the :: l The-opening day of school Monday commodate the overflow. city (if approved) have registeredto resolution, with the! request thata
jceep'- the maximum' amount of channeL b.-. i found Bradford High School I I! Partin .announced. that an vote on this issue. copy of the resolution be printedin
water'flowing- out' of the Bl ck] :The Black-'Creek tributary Is !bursting at its academic seams as ,I additional 7th grade teacher, a ballots will be used for the Separate the Bradford County Telegraph:
regularand
Creek tributary, on the; east .side 'the only outlet :in Kingsley and -S--- !1,600 students reported in for the Mr. Reeves, hal been hired to special elections. "Realizing the conditions exist-
of Ktngsley Lake, CoL J. :A. Grlf-' JI.[ overtaxed during the present !beginning; of a new school year. I take care of the increase in that ing in our community and the need

flu commanders... Camp Blanding, flool condition. Current- enrollment represents a class. The names of three candidatesfor for enforcing existing laws, and

r.!ssured the Telegraph yesterday. The water:: level.is up about two 5.5 per cent gain over opening day I Enrollment at BHS, as of Wednesday city clerk will appear on I desiring the best men for city

v.CoL.. .Griffin's statement, was feet above 'normal, and is lapping 4y !: I egistration; in 1952 when 1,516 j is as follows: Elementary, the ballot: incumbent Carl Johns officers, the Starke Ministerial
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made 'to relieve concern expressedby at,.docks and bath houses on the -- 4t- : & I pupils checked in at BHS. At the 881; junior high 234; high school, L. F. (Monk) Dinkins, and N. D.I Association urges the Christian

property "'owners on the west west side of the lake. Some few y /;- end'' .of the first "month last year, 485. These figures include 178 Wainwright Jr. However, Mr. people fit Starke to do the follow
side of the lake due to'the dangerously piers have already been submergedand i- however; average daily attendance first graders registered this year. Wainwright last week announced ing:

high water level following It Is feared that with, the bur- leveled off at 1,489. County Supt. H. P. Morgan withdrawal from the race, and ((1) Consider carefully the list of

a retocd-iatttfau: of 17.95 inchesin ricane seasoii.. at hand: a :seVereblow tt First day registration in 1951: hadn't received enrollment figures any votes given him will not be candidates and vote for those

the Standing area for the month.' would,*fause twayes.t.de! ; \ '1 i was '1,392. 1 from other, schools in the county counted. The Attorney General v..haill stand for civic

August.' '" f i molish or .badly damage'-practically .- I To cope with the situation, 'C. S. I Wednesday, but he said ,that. en- I stated however that since' Wainwright government based on Christian

The standing commander puta every dock.onthe.: JakeJ! Partin, BUS ..principal; announcedthat ; rollment in. the.other schools was withdrew after the qualify- standards. S
Col. Griffin assured 'propertyowners expected to be about the same as ing deadline and'after absentee ((2) Recognize that your'Christian
of men to work Thursday
crew that Blanding is eager "to W. P. 'Kemp; the loser, and Dick Thomas, victor,'In one of Latey's -1 ,.classrooms were being improvised last year'with the exception of ballots had been voted, that his duty is to cast your ballot according -
morning cleaning grass sand and cooperate in relieving the situa, closest elections shake handVWednesday afternoon"after'final : in the U. S. building, Brooker and Lawtey, where'Slight name should remain on the ticket. to your sincere con-

-other-'debris from the mouthof tion and believes that with a' few count gave Thomas slight edge for.cityjiiarshaL At left is City Clerk and one, large class room' in the decreases were expected. There For chief of_police the candidates ,ictions.I .
the'ou: etand bulldozing away I days.of fair weather the lake level high chool, building had, been was expected to. be an increase in are incumbent. E. Thorn (3)) Encourage those in'office and
L H. Futch and right Mrs. Effie Miner, election
: inspector.
> sand bar that partially prevent..I will take a noticeable drop.!. divided intf two"raoms' to "ac- enrollment at RJE Negro school ton and Herb Thomas. those elected to run our cityon

Competing for two places on Christian
Firemen 4's Organize Volunteer Group Edwin prevatt .132 Cases Heard principals.

I I' Close Vote Elects Thomas Marshal l, i At Plea DayIn '

[fp7frbmotc"'inerejtJ.t4artznent Working Out County CourtAf WATER PUMP BURNED TWIT)

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.qj.fpw -i? D.ecidesLocaJ.lSil) Lawtey f With LSU
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'.:'Wlthjithreefold purposelaj.P. i ;: ,. '&f1',it fmafil. 'r': a plea liay session 'of-county
f .. tnlndTtocal firemen haverorganlred" Meetings! ,of'the.local, organization a ''''r court Monday County Judge T. Consumers Are Urged To Conserve
a Stark* Volunteer Fire Department will be held on the first D. B. (Dick) Thomas was elected .appointment or by calling an'elecUon. Prevatt, son of Mr. and, A.
Yawn
and third Tuesday of each month. City Marshall Lawtey to succeed I I This measure squeaked by Mrs. Ed Prevatt of Starke, left disposed of some 32 Conking-out of the'"atn I normal-use quota w'trh ha*

Purpose of this organization are': Practice drills, training\ classes I Ralph Darley, resigned in Tues- with a one-vote margin, 39 to 38.. caturday:! for LSU, Baton Rouge, :.I cases, including that of Russell I water pomp at the municipal been running close to S50.000

1. To prevent fires and to pre and instruction periods will be day's 'spirited special election I Disapproved 34-41 was H. B.i La., where he has a four-year foot ,Gatlin, local taxi driver, charged light and water plant Thursday I gallons daily. He said it was

serve life and property In the held following each business meet- which saw 123 Lawteyites turn 878 which would have allowed the ball scholarship. I with possession of moonshine i morning will make strict fortunate the break-down occurred -

town and vicinity in case of fjreor Ing. out at the polls. I Lawtey Council to fix the compensation During his senior year at BHS conservation measures necessary -I during wet, cool weather
whiskey, driving while drunk and I
.other emergency. Recently elected] officers of the After ten ballots were voided of city officers by or-' Prevatt was selected as All Con I until further notice, R. S. when needs are at a minimum.
2. To maintain a more complete -I'Starke Volunteer Fire Depart- because of mis-marking, Thomas. dinance. ;. ference halfback and was high possession of obscene literature. I \Vasdin, plant superintendent, I
training program In preparing ment, ar "; A. L. Crosby, Jr.. president had 59 votes to a close 54 for his Also disapproved 40-43 was H. scorer on the Tornado Team, being I'' Gatlin, who at the time of his said yesterday. I Wasdin said the j>ump was
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fire fighters In the per- ; J, R. :Matt, vice president: running m te. W. P. Kemp. Eight B. 881 directing the Lawtey Coun- credited with 84 points. II arrest two weeks ago. had in his Loral 30 years old and itva!! no
formance,of their duties. Blake Jackson, secretary; C. J. ballots were discarded because I cil to pay 0. J. Anders $1 for While at LSU he plans to spe- : possession 93 obscene comic looks, I consumers are urged; to surprise when It burned out.
use only what water is absolutely -'
3. To acquaint the public with Schaffer, treasurer; Oliver P.Hutto. voters failed to place their XmarkIn every conviction in Mayor's court cialize in engineering. 'An attempt will be made to
entered a plea of nolle contendere I necessary and to discontinue have it injaksonville,
modern methods of fire pre- sergeant, at arms; and Edgar the. proper place as provided by during 1952 as compensation for repaired
vention. Wilkinson. chaplain.At law, and two were voided because his services as mayor. This issue Rites SaturdayFor I (no defense) to the moonshine I use water-cooled air I but it may be necessary to geta
conditioners.
Membership in the Starke Volunteer a recent meeting the Starke electors voted for both candidates. arose from the fact that Lawtey's I_whiskey and drunken driving factory replacement, in which
Fire Department will be City Council pledged its cooperation Only one of three special acts, charter provides a salary of $100 Winona H. Moore I charges. He was fined S2. for possession Wasdin said that the remain- : case It \\ill be a matter of

divided into three classes: active in helping the firemen to organize passed by the last Legislaturewith annually for the mayor, with no I of shine and $75 for driv- ing pumping station can supply weeks before Starke' normal
associate, and honorary. Active and members of the organization referendum clauses, was'provision for the collection of fees. Craveside funeral services wel.'e'held I ing while drunk. 'only about half of Starke's water needs can be supplied.

members are those who will do state that much creditis favored by Lawtey voters. 'I If H. B. 881 had been for Mrs. Winona Hoover
approved
Moore, 87, last Saturday morning i It. Through his attorney, Lex Green
the actual fire fihtin: .. Associate due the City Council for its excellent Approved by the skin of its j the former mayor would have been
members -are interested citizens cooperation in launchingthis teeth was H. B. No. 879 empowering paid a total of $369 representing % Crosby Lake Cemetery th Gatlin asked for and wa3 rante

who are boosters of the Fire De program. the Lawtey Council to fill va- $1 fee for every case in his court the Rev Raymond :McBlaine, Rec- a delay of a preliminary healing No :
partment. Associate members will The' public is Invited to take an cancies in elective city offices by during 1952. tor of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, !on the obscene literature charge. 1 .

not be required to"attend meetings,(interest in the fire department and o officiating..
drills or take any part In fighting to attend drills and other func- Interment followed in the fami- The possession of obscene literature -

tions. It Is for your own interest. Charles Fender Found Dead in Jax lv plot with the DeWitt C. Jones is a circuit court offense, They

fires.Active member will be eligi- say the firemen to be, a boosterof I Funeral Home bf Starke in chargeof and a preliminary hearing before

ble for membership In the Florida your local fire department.Full I arrangements.Mrs. Judge Yawn will determine whether -
State Fireman's AsSociation. and Information may be had by Charles C. Pender, 37, formerly took his .shoes and socks off," the : : Moore, a resident of Starke or not the case will be bound
delegates will be sent to the 'annual contacting members on duty at of Starke, was found dead outside 'I I deputy said. "They took him by for the past 20 years, died in the
convention with expenses the fire house.Stqns a Jacksonville night club- early the arm and led .him outside. The Alachua General Hospital. Gainesville -! over to circuit court. Gatlin is Didn'tStrike t

---- --- Sunday morning. \I door was locked and I guess no- last Friday morning aftera still under bond.

; Duval Countyinvestigating I body" paid any more attention oe- lengthy illness. In other cases:
Forgery CasesTo To Hose of cause the floor show was on." She was the daughter of the Isiah Rivers, Negro; pleadednot

ficers believt .- The Deputy said that when late Gen. George Hoover and the guilty to charges of reckless

Circuit CourtFour that Pender die Pender thrust his fist through the late Rebecca Aydelott Hoover. driving by excessive speed and improper 44T-- I

% Labor DayMonday fromloss of door his arm was scratched all the'Her father, a Civil War generalis passing. His cite was ; : .

blood after way up to the elbow and there remembered as the architec transferred to the trial calendar
persons, including: ? Juvenile gashing was a deep gash there. who designed the Astor'-buildin for the next session of count
were arrested by the sherIffs being, Labor Day, a his arm- b) Pender graduated from Bradford the county jail and St. Luke'p court. Oil! L:

office this past week on I[legal holiday, the Board of County thrusting his fist High School in the class of 1935 Hospital in Jacksonville. He died Booth Attls -Proctor; charged :
charges of Issuing and cashing through a glass in 1890 and was buried in Arlington tir' '
Commissioners and the School and was wearing his class ring with reckless driving asked for :eLLF ) -
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forged checks. door after he .jat I the time his body was found. National Cemetery. and was granted a continuanceuntil ,
Other than the Juvenile, those Board will postpone their regular had been ejected from the club. Since leaving Starke several years Mrs. Moore, who was a communicant next plea day. He U still S .-'--- -

arrested were Ear\(Scott Hicks meetings until Tuesday, Sept. 8. His body was discovered at 2:40 I ago he has been employed as a of the Episcopal Church under bond. -.Sl' i' S
Marshall Scott and Earl Hoyt Most Starke business houses ._ ; 4.ir. ; I.
will left no known survivors.
ajn Sunday morning by patrons painter in Jacksonville.He Upon motion of the complaint
Martin all of tarke They are be closed' Monday In accordancewith leaving the night spot. is the son of the late W. D. and payment of costs, the assault ..
held In the county jail pending the Chamber of _
being Commerce -
Pender ,of Starke. Cub Scout Pack and battery charge against Lois .
a preliminary hearing. The. holiday closing schedule. Deputy Sheriff Ernest Hartley Funeral services were held Waldron was dismissed. A State Road Department crew C. C. Roberts, State Road
case of the juvenile will be handled said Pender went lo the night was iif Starke this week
Thursday at Giddens Funeral To Meet 10 Horace Sanders entered a pea digging Department Inspector wield
separately, and the other Dogs At SchoolTo club on Lake Shore Boulevard by Home. Jacksonville, followed by Sept. of not guilty to a charge of. reck- holes in Call and Walnut Streets pick axe to break through CallS
cases will be bound over to the I himself. "He got boisterous while burial in Kingsley Lake Cemetery less driving. His case was entere. I I and taking soil sal]ples in pre- pavement In order to makea

circuit court. I Be Picked Up, the last floor show was on and I at 3:30 DJn.'Carey A special meeting for Cubs. par- on the trial calendar and his bond paration for tie widening of these soil preliminary to
Checks totalling $141.27 were Parents Warned ents, and all those who are inter- streets. survey
set at $25.After
allegedly forged and cashed by I I Case Against Herb I Discusses ested In Cubbing In Bradford a preliminary hearing, the Plans are to widen Call St. widening project here. Onlookers -

t the arrested men. and. according I Ps rents are being urged by the County has been called by the I peace bond of Shelbert B. Rngier two feet on each side to its inter- are (I to r) Walter Miubn,

A to Deputy Sheriff Cecil Sewell. Ipouce department not to allow Doctor DismissedThe EmployerEmployeeRelations 'ocal Cub Master, Jim Chasteen.The was dissolved with the admoni-' section with. Walnut SL, and. Walnut Telegraph reporter; R. P. hopkins -
there Is a possibility of there being j II will be held In the -much and T. J. Stewart SRI
meeting St. Is to be widened as
net dogs to follow children to charges of practicing medicine At Rotary tion from Judge Yawn far .R l'ier
more.A school. without a license against Methodist Recreation Center at to stay away from his ex-wife; as :ia necessary south to the city .engineer inspectors; and Ben
of the illeged forged 7:30 p.m.. Thursday, Sept 10. limits. Plans call for. 14-ft. traf- Ole uslow wlftledMayor
listing if dogs are not kept at home Jim Jimson, elderly Negro "herb Employer employee relationswere j Margaret Rosier, whocla'me.i ( Sarge) ,
checks.the places they were cash I they will have to be picked up by,I doctor". were dismissed this week discussed at the Rotary Club]t The purpose of this meeting will I that Rosier had been botheringher fic lanes and curbs and gutters. of'Call Street." After

ed amd accounts drawn on Is as the police, It was said. I by CounV Judge T. A. Yawn for Wednesday by T. H. Carey, servo I be a reorganization of the Pack and had made threats against Also in the'pianning is the taking hole were dug In pavement,
!: Dog owners were also remindedof lack of sufficient evidence, ice supervisor for the HumphreysGold I which has been Inactive during her. Rosier was .represented b'1! off of 11 feet of the Canova borings for samples were takes
follow Corp. mining project east the summer months Plans will also Barton Douglas, Gainesville at. building corner and 11 feet off
Dixie Tire Co., DtLand the city ordinance that pro The old Negro promised to stop to a depth of four feet
$36 to be discussed the cOrner diagonally across from! .
and con I
vides that dogs must wear 'a making his herb "medicine". of Starke. presented torney. ., i '
on A. McKay; $22 to West EndGrocery license tag and be Innoculated. The speaker stated that it was cerning fall and winter activities; The defendants in 26 oth.-r; the Canova corner. These comers

on' C. H. Nasworthy: $13 the policy of the company to cases failed to appear In court and.:, would be flattened similarly to While, herev Brewer 'agreed to 1
James C. Darby treat estreated forfeited) the court house corner. that U. S. do something; about the drainage
,to Gulf Station, Keystone Heights, In'ducted every employee as an individual Lions To Sponsor therefore
Eight Dies In Jax At 81 Of these lat' 301 rounds. situation on the Keystone road
\* $15. cashed In and gave this as the key- bonds totalling $895. I
on Nasworthy: Through Local Board note of the excellent relations Beauty QueenThe ter cases there were: 12for reck- J. A. Brewer district engineerfor where the Seaboard spur track
Putnam Cointy on E. J. Dowling; native of ; the State Road Department crosses and. ,also, on the Blanding
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James C. Darby 8.1. a that exist between labor and ma- less driving; seven for be ")p I
,$-I tp :-ck'a Fruit Stand, on E. Eight men will be Inducted in- Starke. died at his home in Jack- nagement in the plant He said Starke Lions Club will sponsor -I. drunk; two for no driver's licens.t was In Starke this week confer-: roads where recent heavy rains j

W. Hayes; $22 to Cumbers Service to the armed forces through Selective sonville Sunday'night that thousands of dollars are spent a beauty queen at the North- one for expired driver's license; ring with Senator Charley E. caused flood conditions. 'I

Station on Nasworthy; $32.27 Service" Local Board ion r. The son of John and Clara HemI annually to Insure the utmost in east Florida Fair it was decidedat one for reckless driving: and possession Johns on the planned widening.I The Senator said that plans are
.. lie born in the meeting here Wednesday o for : Johns stated that Brewer Is to to have all of Road 100 reworked I
Jolly's Truck Stop, on E. T. September 8. They are: I ingway Darby. was safety and good working conditions of moonshine: two Improper .
to Ra.lpFranklin! Merritt Lake I Starke In ,1872 For the past 63 for employees of the mine. night The club has also started an i operation of'r>otor vehicle; have completed plans ready some- .to Keystone Heights next year and I
ghull.! Butler; Jack Dempsey Schiller I years he had made his fhomaIn such organizations as the credit attendance contest in which a prizeIs i and one for being diunk and usin time around the first of October that this work would include proper -
I given :away each week. and that contracts for the work drainage facilities. Brewer I
(transfer Starke: Roosevelt Taylor Jacksonville where he was engaged union and the Social and Recreation indecent language.The
Guests the club Wednesday i. scheduled would probably be let by the first agreed. however, that If in the
RecentBirth z: ; .(colored! Starke; and the follOWing in the insurance business until Club also play an importantpart at next plea day .
1 volunteers: David Earl in keeping employees satis- night included E. G. McCuHers oJ for the last business diy of September of November. A shortage of I meantime, H Is needed, larger
Mr and Mrs." F. M. Crawford" an- Woodard. Rt 1, Starke; Elliott his retirement, several years ago. j fied. Carey said. the Florida Forest Service and I I and the regular session draftsmen has delayed production I I culverts will be ,Installed on both

Bounce lh birth of a son on Aug. M&nche McLeod. Lake Butler.and He was a brother of the late A. The speaker was introduced by Frazier C. Jones a teacher on the of county court will be sometime of the actual blueprints according J!the Keystone and Blanding roads I

31 in.Alachua General Hospital Ramp Cohens (colored), Starke. M. Darby of Starke C. H. Quick. Lawtey school faculty. In October. to Brewer I I where they were recently flooded. i!

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f' PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA ..
FRIDAY:, SEPTEMBER! 4, 1953

'i f BRADFORD .----. -_ E. L. MATTHEWS -D Epic Booked At Florida Padgett, Louvena Starling:, Sara called on the Lacey Normans Sun Norman who is illChurch t t
. I II and Ellen Norman and Pastor E. day. :News ,i

COUNTY EDITOR Theatre"r C. Harvey aterded the Union Leonard Norman and Uncle Giff Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. \
meeting at the Hickory Grove
Norman are on the sick list.
TELEGRAPH PUBLISHER "r church in Green Cove Friday. Uncle Giff isn't much better at Worship Services 11 a.m. and 8 f
I p m. each Sunday. Prayer meet
.1 0 f r' i Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Pease of this time.
:""," 1"l' St. Mary, Ga. were here on business Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Manningmg each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD ilt
I; Monday. of Jacksonville spent a week here Teachers meeting each Saturday
Fablfehed every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under :. -. I Mr.: and Mrs. Leonard Norman, with friends and relatives. at 8 p.m. if you don't have a
the Aet of March S,1879. : I and son and Harry and Daisy I Mr. and Mrs.Bill Pendarvis and church of your choice come out
r : : Padgett were in Jacksonville sat- i and worship with us. Pastor E. .
: urday. children of Lawtey were visiting
:MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION =--- MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION I C. Harvey, Sunday School Supt.,
, ,-'- \:. L. P. Kindrick of Homestead Mrs. Pendarvis' father, Uncle Giff'W. C. Hardee. I

t. X. We Hove A Choice Next Tuesday :"N ::' :;* -
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. Next Tuesday the citizens of Starke and a few arguments that have been advanced by .1.:.'". i'<.1P i : ei yL GiganticHere Labor Day Sale
t certain surrounding area will go to the polls those who oppose it. .
land make a choice -. a choice which we Among the advantages,are-these: f P. ,
hope will be based on reason, and not on 1. It will increase the population of Starke :I>".: .,...,. x it is, Folks-Summer's Last Big Holiday! Make\ it the Biggest

.hearsay and snap judgement. from 2,901 to a possible 4,500-5,000, with .:. + .. 1 Holiday Week-End of the Year! Stock Up Now on These "Red Hot"
*' The people of Starke have made fateful consequent increase of prestige and other .\+: .1:.'".,)., I Labor Day Specials!
choices in the past and we are proud to say more tangible benefits. ,
that usually they have been right ones' We 2. It will make it easier to obtain con- t

can imagine what a hard choice it must have struction money for new homes being built, p.'v" ,..... been more than half a century ago when our since many lending agencies are reluctant to I
fathers and grandfathers made the decisionto finance homes outside the limits of an incorporated Natural Vision 3-D was used to film "Fort Ti" at the Florida I BUY ENOFF TO LAST 'TIL TUESDAY !
issue bonds for the construction of the town. Theatre three days starting Sunday. Scene above shows star George

first public school building. Later came ';3. It will increase the city's cigarette tax I Montgomery embroiled with blonde' Joan Vohs and brunette Phyllis I "'' '- '''P1Hn/lUIff )

other hard-to-make decisions: the choice revenue, since the number of retailers will' Fowler. ;

of whether or not to build a,power plant. be greatly increased if the .limits are ex-
the Woman's Club on Friday; fTYYTYTTTTTTYTfVfTTTTT*
a water and sewer system to pave streets panded. Sept .11. The club women will
and many others. 4. It will bring fire and police protectionand supply the dinner and if Jhis ar- HIGHLANDBy 1
Fortunately, our forefathers were not garbage collection service to a large new rangement works out satisfactorily 6
afraid to make the choice and to choose the areaS and will ultimately. result in the lower- it will be the regular procedurefor Mrs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAA LOVET1 s
course they thought was right. That their ing of fire insurance rates for many addi- a while. i

decisions on the side of progress were soundis ,tional home owner. -. The City recreational program I
evidenced by the steady growth and de- 5. It will place the city in position to zone will close today (Friday).This program Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and
the thus protecting the investmentof has been a.wonderful thing
velopment df Starke through the years. new area daughter Shirley Ann, were I I L.Quantity
They had faith, and their faith has been those who have already and will in the for the boys and girls of Keystoneand ping in Jacksonville shop-I IIIIII"- _
.. future build homes along the highway they have enjoyed and appre-
ap-
justified. Mrs W. C. Hardee and son.
ciated it. The water ski exhibi
to Starke. t j* Right Reserved prices Good Thru
proaches Sat Sept 5
The decision. to be made next Tuesday is tion held last Friday came off in Wayne and Daughter Marcie are
These are just a few. Perhaps more
whether or not to expand the city limits to many I spite of bad weather. Instead of spending a few days in 'Tampa Low Prices
will to if the
advantages occur you you give
the usual late afternoon ,
deluge relatives and friends. 152 Gal! Street
with
include. a new' and fast-developing area where matter a little thought. We beg of you to the rain came earlier and waS EverydaySpecials _
most 'of the growth of Starke, has taken do this in the few days remaining before about over in time fur the events.A The Tom Norman family of

place within the past few years.. In recent September 8 then go to the polls and help cold, wet breeze off the lake ney Macclenny Starling were family visiting Sunday.Mrs. the. Sid- Too Slarke. Florida II
weeks we have discussed this matter at Starke take another step on the road to becoming somewhat dampened, the enthu
length and have tried to show that the ,advantages the little city we all hope it will siasm of the spectators but it wasa Maudie Smith and Shirley,

of this expansion far outweigh the some day be. took good a show.spill which One was of the the skiers only,Clara Boone, Jettie and Daisy II I I HERSHEY Factory PackedSUGAR Limit One with $5 Food Order

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week to Lakeland to visit his weeks, is herself very .ill in the Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Holl are ex- FILL DIRT
I in Gainesville. She is to pected back this week from their 5 Lbs39c.
7 Keystone Heights brother, Dr. Paul Bird. After: hospital vacation. GOOD RICH
returning here for a brief stop, have a major operation this week.
Her sister from Long Island will Mrs. J. A. Williams made a
by Mr*. Sara McDonald
will back to tak
they go Syracuse be here for a short time. brief trip to Tampa this week TOP SOILSee For That Labor Day PicnicCOCACOCA
.&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&.&&&& ing with them, young Paul Bird of visiting relatives. She left on
Kyle McMurtry, who was reported
Okinawa, who'will be a student at Thursday' with her sister-in-law,
Dr Geo. L. Bird and son of better last week has had a
the University there. Mrs. Mattie Mae Beasley of Gainesville
Syracuse N. Y. Have been visiting Mrs. Stratford, who here I relapse and is in Riverside Hospitalin 19CASTOR
came Jacksonville. He is reported and returned on'Saturday.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT BILL JACKSON Cfn of 6
his mother, Mrs. Ella Bird for to care for her sister-in-law. Mrs.
..I improving. TTTT Jackson Transfer Company
That rumor we reported last
That's, Our Business week that Spike Vancfr and Miss Phone 165 Vacuum PackedCOFFEE
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: Joe Peters Glass Co. for January.Mrs. Mrs. Carolyn Rucker and son Lb Can
C. L. Brown Jr., who was returned to her parents, Mr. and ._.
FOR ,ANY GLASS NEED in St. Vincent's Hospital early,Mrs. J. M.Bradley this week after Kingan's"KP"..J --...-- ... --r"\ ,""' _
this month for an operation is at I I spending a week or so in Lake
W* Design Modern Store Fronts
home and very much improved.Mr. Butler visiting the Senior Ruckers.Mr. .
Just Mail Us A Pattern for and Mrs. C. L. Brown Sr. and Mrs. i
B. D. Moore and
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I a Table"Tops | v have been :visiting,them. daughters Frances Elaine ata 125oz

318 N..,W. 13th St. _, Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353I Because of the closing of the Deborah Ann spent last Friday I
I I Inn., the, Rotarv Club will meet it afternoon and evening visitingthe .
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1. Mr.children and Mrs.of Ocala Harold were Fremouthand Sunday" A Man, Girlie!"

FLORIDA THEATRE Murphys.Mrs.spend-the-day. guests of the L. W. YOUR INSURANCE MAN, Dressing Quart 37c

4 P. S. Crews spent Saturday to be exact. If fire destroysyour I.

week through in Auburndale Thursday of last home, he'll be the big Stor-Ebt LL Meat Chunk Tall Fancy Pink Dixie Darling Long GrainTUNAISALMON
with her
STARKE mother, Mrs. Emma Rivers who man in your life helpingyou
was ilL Mrs. Rivers was much im to get back to normal. Ill ICE

3DAYS3 proved when Mrs. Crews returned But remember, you. have to bea
S home. The Spencer Crews and
son
smart girl too! Carry ade-
of Starke visited in Auburndaleon

Sunday.Mr. quate insurance. 29' No 1 Can 43c 3 lb Pkg 43c
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SUN. MON. TUES. SEPT. 6 7 8 and Mrs. D. L. Shaw of La-
Crosse visited with Mr. P. S. Crewson Better see that man NOW!
Wednesday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rivers and Sunnyland Ready-to-Eat, 8 to 12 lb.Whole or Half Smoked
1 Vie!". son. Charley Henry from Grand I. -
Ridge spent Saturday with the'p. HAM ENDS
S. Crews and left for Auburndale H. C. WALL HAMS 59c
late Lb
1 in the afternoon. Butt! -Hockl l
Mr. and Mrs. : 39c 49c
r R. H. Cox spent AGENCY LB. I B.
last weekend in Orlando with their
grand-daughter Mr. and Mrs. Phone 146 SUNNYLAND "Ready-to-Eat", 4 to 7 lb.

John Saulsbury and daughter! 200 E. Call Street

glad Friends he is of almost penise well Fancher after are a Starke Smoked Picnic; Pound 39C
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ST31 KE, FLORIDA
FRMDiY.. SEPTEMBER 4. 1953 PAGE :I1B1arr.n.y 1 1i

i the overnight guests of Mr. and and Hester Padgett spent the. a wasp could do for you, but tangled tember 1J53: otherwise the allega-I suit for ,. ;1
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boss of said Complaint will be Divorce custody and support of .. -
weekend with friends and relatives up with some of the pesky taken I I -- -
Mrs. Tinney of that city. I as confessed by you. minor child .;
BROOKERGrace inI Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson had at Clay HilL things ,and got ais feet stung so once This each notice week shall for four he published has been fried against you in the

r, as their Sunday night and Monday My sister, Mrs. EL E. Hewitt, badly he had to go to the doctor.It weeks graph. In the Bradford County consecutive Tele, you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of BIG BUY I

G. BighainjjjLAAAAALAAAAALAAAAAAAA guest their Jittla granddaughter spent a few days with her hus- looks like we are going to Dated this 56 day of August, 1J53. your answer or pleading to the com- :
I Linda Kay. of Starke. band in Tallahassee, where he is get enough rain to last us another (OFFICIAL SEAL)Charles A. Darby plaint. Frank on the Landrum.Plaintiffs Starke AttorneyT. Fla. NOW AT YOUR FRIENDLYSuwannee,
Clerk
Mr,.and Mrs. James W. Thomas year. We had hoped it would, let Ky Marian L. of the Circuit Court and file the original in the officeof
installing an in the A&.1I Crosby Deputy Clerk.
organ the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
W. M. U. Meeting and family attended revival serv- College. She stopped with us on up for a while, but Monday morn- 8/23 4t 9/18,or befire the 2? day of Sept.. 1333;
The Brooker W M..U.presented ices at Antioch Baptist Church ing brought more rain. Our well NOTICE otherwise the. allegations of said -
her back to Vermont. She TO APPEAR
r a Royal Service Program at the last week. way water is so muddy we have to la Cirrnlt Court Bradford I Complaint fessed by you.will be taken as con-
thinks Florida is a wonderful
Baptist Church last Wednesday ilrs. Wilson Lewis and children, dip all of the water out of it and Concetta Florida la Ckaacery. c..at"1 This notice -hi1 be publishedonce
place and would like to live here. Barranca. each week for four consecutive
, the theme "Indians in try to separate the mud so the Joseph .
night using Barranca. Defendant.Case
Jo Ella, Kenneth and Edwin of Mr. Stowe and others from Jacksonville weeks in the Bradford County Tele
the U. S.". Mrs. M. O. Harrell water is fit to use. Well such is No. 10-014 graph.
Miami are spending< a week here were in this section Friday !!(* To Appear. I Dated this 26 day of August. 1953.
program chairman, was in charge. life! To: Joseph Barrancathose resi o.:
with relatives. night hunting cats again. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
Mrs Henry Hodge, prayer chairman deice and address is: 224 Clinton St,I I Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mrs. C. L. Atkinson has just returned They lost eight dogs and came NOTICE TO APPEAR Brooklyn. New York. By Marian L. CrosbDeput1' Clerk.
.
gave an inspiring opening I. Cirait Cart Bradford Cenaty, You are hereby notified that j i
to her home here from a to our house looking for them, a. 8/28 4t 918WE
.. Florida t ChaarrtT.Akiva
prayer. .. month's visit with daughter Joyce but the water was too high for Pronman, Plaintiff, TS. :MIr- \
At the close of the program' and family in Owensboro, Ky. She them to get here I suppose. We iam PronmanfDefendant.Case. I .
Mrs. -Wilson Green, president presided -,is announcing the birth of a grandson are glad to keep the dogs for the Nofl T. A. ..,. ;\o. 10.015 I 461
I over a short business meeting Anthony Edward Castlen, owners whenever we find them To: Miriam Pronman whose resi- E. CALL StorePE:;;
nominating dence and address is: c/o Mr. Jack
; In which the following; born on August 8. at Owensboro.The for we feel the folks are doingus Friedman, 1323 44th Street. Brooklyn ARE
committee was appointed: new mother, Mrs. Joyce Cast- a great favor to hunt the cats New York. PARTNERSI ST.
Mrs. S. F. Beard, Mrs. Lottie Ed' len, is here visiting ""with her and foxes in this part of the coun- suit You for are Divorce hereby has notified been that,filed a I
I wards, :Mrs. Jim Williams, Mrs. parents. against you In the above named CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager
Crosby'' and Mrs. Raymond try.We Conrt and cauie and you are required
Eugene Mr and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and to learn that Vina
are sorry I to serve a copy of your an- We, the employees and stockholders of Cull stream
Gano. Mrs. Paul Faulkner and son of Martin had to go to St. Vincent's ewer or pleading to the complaint DELIVERY SERVICEWe
and Mrs. on the Plaintiffs Attorney Park, like to feel that we are partners with the people of *
House guest of Mr., Starke were Friday visitors at Hospital for a blood transfusion. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, .
Frank L. Tomlinson Sunday and the C. L., Atkinson home.LONG Little Danny Tompkins was unfortunate Florida and file the original in the Florida in the building of a greater state. reserve the right to limit quantity
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Monday was Frank's niece, Jane in not knowing just what Court before the 28 day of .
on or Sep PRICES GOOD THUR., FRI., SAT., SEPT. 3. 4,5
Cowan, ,of St Petersburg. Sun TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT .
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day, Frank's parents Mr and I The people of Florida have helped us to prosper and I

IrL 0. F. Tomlinson of Starke BRIDGE through dint of hard work to constantly improve our I I! OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY
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visited them. Truly Expert racing plant. In return, we have helped keep your taxes I I
The E. L. Lester family and I I BE T BUY HERSHEYSIbs
By Mrs. Seeber MoodyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA down by turning over $8,061,626.92 to the governments -

Yvonne a week's Polk visit have at Louisburg returned, N.from C. I \Radio And of the 67 counties and $14,922,195 to the state to help I I

Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Kelly ,of We just learned that Jimmy SERVICEALL the needy aged, the blind and the dependent children. SUGAR 5 of39C

New River had as their weekend Wilkinson is stationed at Camp In addition, we have contributed more than $375,000 toa With Groc. Order
guest the former Lois Kelly of Pickett, Va. and would $5.00 or More
probablylike scholarship fund to help worthy young people get an
WW1 here Lola
Jacksonville. to hear from some of his old MAKES ALL MODELS education and proportionate to various other char
also visited the Roy ,Tomlinsonsand friends. sums GERBERS

Mrs. Wylie Kelly. Tommy Lang returned home FREE ESTIMATES -. CALL 239 j ities. I' Jars
BABY
Alan Lewis arrived aome last from Lutz Saturday after'spending FOOD 3 29C
Tuesday after receiving his dis- several weeks with relatives. Hand
Most Finest Equipped(
charge from the Army at Camp. all the other school children Experienced We appreciate the opportunity we have had to do f

Pickett, Va. headed back for the class room Satisfaction Guaranteed these things. We hope to make even greater contribu

Rev. and Mrs. S. P. 3eard and Monday morning. tions to a better Florida in the future. SPECIAL BIG RPEACHES
Miss Lubedia Pinholsten. spent Kathleen and Janet Lang spent I'
Monday in Jacksonville visiting I the weekend with, their grand Chas.. rC. ,Shepherd 2303Cans 2fCI

Mrs. Josephine Crotty who Is mother; Grace Lang,- and family '
r I (Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers GULFSTREAM PARK RACING ASSN.Get
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confined to a hospital in that city. while their mother was in the hos
PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.
Our prayers are'th you Josephine : i .
pital.Harry '
: and we wish"-you a speedy ,and Winnie Harrisor I BUY NOW

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recovery. Cans
Mrs.' ),( D. Harrell returned to PRINCE ALBERTZ 22C
her home on Saturday following :: j .

discharge little from first Alachua graders Hospital.The missed. extra Coke for

RED HOT BLUE STREAK _
her on :Monday; and are very anxious 4
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for her to return t%class. I
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Nancy Hlers, daughter of Mr. RICE 3LbCelloBag 39C
and -Mrs. Robert Hiers of Gainesville -

was an overnight guest of < ... ..
Jane Bigham Thursday of
Mary Labor
last week. Day weekend Lb Bag

the Carol weekend Cox guest of Gainesville of'Susan Walt.was CHARCOAL L 5 33C

Mrs. Ed Lewis and famUy'and
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Mr. and, Mrs. Tom Markey were sJ._:", 1Iil EVAPORATED
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a.Sunday,K. Dukes guests at Lake of Mr.Butler.and Mrs. .::' L x... -.i. You,'E' 'll-want plenty of delicious Coca-Cola on hand Any Brand cans

Mrs. Pearl Cain, former teacher -. MILK 3 39CCOTTON

at Brooker and son, James, and to,make holiday meals tastier .:if. .
mother,Min, Roberts all of.Lake ," a
Butler visiting Mrs. Mandy "
were
SEEDCOOKING
Lewis last Thursday. to serve friends who drop by.Bepfepafed. :U.. .
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Mr. and,}I > Merle Gano and No. 10 Glass/
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daughters/Sally'1nd Sherry.Beth, ; get an extra carton or.Case of Coke.y:f .., OIL $165;
of.St .Augustine.-.arrived'at the :#"* 0

home of his parents,the Raymond '
Ganos,:foX week's vlsi{ last Fri y. tr '.
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a :- A' SESSIONS HOMOGINIZEDPIT ,
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day. Sunday, guests at the Gano ... .,, .'- "". .At", .)o. ..,. ,...I''" .. ,' ,

M home rUn' were"of Waldo.Mr. and Mrs.**" A. D. "f";j''fi j ;J fg )D..r t. .""Y' .!- :- ;:, ,., .. !t5 b-to:.'' I :' ',- BUTTER 24-ozjar 1 IK

Linda Gayle and Shirley Green dt ,_ r .:, j.' :4 r' T-j
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returned to their home Friday s .' / f \
from Perry,-where they had been U. S. NO. 1POTATOES
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, SEPTOIBER 4, 1953

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AlvarezMizellMr. WMU Circles minor child otherwise the allegations of said
has been filed against you In the'Complaint will be taken as confessed -
Met TuesdayThe above named Court and cause and' by you.
t you are required to serve a copy of two notice shall &e publishedonce ;
Yr' 4Gladys your answer or pleading to the each week for four consecutive
.. Baptist< Women's Missionary complaint on the Plalntlfr.ttornf'Y weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
Union circles held their _"- Evan T Kians, 103 crtpt.
Law Exchange Building, Jack- Dated this 3 day of Sept. ui'>?:,
{' monthly meetings on Tuesday.The ', sonville, Floridaand 1953.
Dora: Alderman drele met .. 1 file the orir nat in the office of I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
" t Si at the home of Mrs. D. Foremanwith :'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on il Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Well, here I am, back in the of Highland Mills, N. Y. Mr. :3i before the By Marian L. Crosby,
Mooty seven nt. Mrs H. A i 5 day of October 1953 Clerk944t
pre groove and must say it's good to and Mrs. :Morton Alpine of Long ; :;

t, Phone ,3a Lawson, cbainnan, presided over be back too even with all the Island, N. Y. are I
..... ,. occupying one I
I '" S I ,, .1 the business mecti:1;. Mrs. H. 1... rain, the musty closets, mold on of the Kincaid cottages
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- '''', ,1, Hough, program chairman, directed the furniture, etc. .. it's heavencompared ley Lake Mr. ALL TYPES PEST CONTROL
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Alpine is assistant -
: WCmHasFinal A;:L. Alvarez a Bible study 'n 'Stewardship" -I to the Northern part of supervisor of Bradford

Ofr Year Honored On 79th assisted by Mrs. G. W. Al-I the country where the weathermen County Schools SPECIALIZING IN
Meeting ,
rj derman. Prayer was given by Mrs. CITRUS
I are going all out to make See Vincent St. John has re- GROVE SPRAYING
AnniversaryA. Hough. Mrs. M. F. Hazen talked history with their heat breaking turned to his
Mrs. J. T. QuIgley, SpiritualLife N r home here after
on. :Java". Mrs. J. .A. Griffin records of 97 degrees plus Lone or Small
Chairman, had charge of pre- t4 working in Archer for the past
L. Alvarez celebrated his 4 chose the American Indians asher I'll ol'aunt Carolyn has taken COMPLETE
liminaries at: the closing meetingof your two years ; Hear that Florence EXTERMINATING SERVICE
79th birthday anniversary on Stna- r theme for discussion dis- I
not to
the pledge complain of the
the year of the,Laura.Scott WC: Brown has been invited to join FOR HOUSEHOLD PESTS
day at a family dinner party al # playing number of articles made heat again 'cause it never has the 1953 I AND TERMITES
last Friday ,afternoon: The "Marching Chiefs" (FSU
TU Enies1'B1aek' i
the homer of Mr and Mrs. by the various tribes. been that hot here, so we sure can band Florida
t scripture reading was by Mrs.. rY. in' Jacks%nvi11e. l1r 1. During the social hour, refresh count our blessings. next ) and will return to Tally Pest Control & Chemical Co.
I Tuesday to start
Berry., Helping to celebrate the occasion ments were served by the hostess.i Been a lot of moving around for the Miami-FSU game practicing on Sept. 2220 N. W. 6th St -, Phone 6035 Gainesville Fla.
the business session presided U.
During were Mrs. A. L. Alvarez and
and changes in personnel made in 25 Eolin Smith
was hostessat -
the president, Mrs. The Helen Masters circle with
over' by daughter, Lucille, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs A. L. Alvarez an- the past two weeks see Ida a small luncheon
a letter..was read Mrs. F. B.: Beard, leader met at Tuesday cele- ....
J{. V. Avery, R. "B.,Alvarez, Mrs: Irma Gainey, Merritt is nursing part time atDoctor's 1411 I 1 I ." ,., '4
from Congressman Billy Matthews an of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Jack nounce the engagement and approaching the home of Mrs.L. O. Hazen wit brating husband Hogan's 54th
Clinic Hospital Gene
commending the union for, efficient Alvarez pf Perry and Mr.and marriage of their Mrs. 0. L. Linsin as cohostess.The birthday anniversary Hear SCHOOL OF BALLETNOW
Raynor of Fitzgerald, Ga. is mana- that Betty M. Durban of
Lawtey,
work and loyalty to the temperance -a Mrs.. Sam,Alvarez of Orlando. daughter Martha Lucille Alvarezto meeting opened with prayerby ging the Florida Theatre for two recent BHS
grad has enrolledfor
Mrs. E. Lawson. The devotionwas
'cause.Mra. Benjaman Godfrey Mizell, son weeks while Ira Harris and fami- the general business at
given lay Mrs. Guy Lee on course OPEN
W N., Johnson was elected Susan WigginsIs of Mrs. Vera Mizell ot Jackson- 'Stewardship'1.. Mrs. Linsin, pro ly are vacationing in Douglas, Ga.: Massey Business* College starting .; .

president for the new year, and and Ashville, N. C. Evelyn Sept. 8 Classes
Party Honoree ville.The gram chairman, and Mrs: E. C. Each Tuesday and Thursday
retiring president, Mrs. Avery Newsome is bookkeeping for San- 2nd
the wedding will take place Priest, gave the program on "Sac- Lt. W. C. (Billy) 'Smith re- *

was 'presented a gift and a vote Mrsl. One Wiggins entertained Saturday rifice and Song". ta. Fe Telephone Co. in :Melrose ported to Camp Kilmer, N. J. on 5:50 7:00 P.M.
evening Sept. 26 at 7 Merrill McMillan has reopened
of thanks for her faithful services. at a lovely birthday party Satur- Ten members and one visitor Aug. 27 for shipment overseas .. .
o'clock in the First Baptist churchin his surveying office in the
He'll be
afternoon at the Wiggins were present. stationed in Bremer-
day
to St. Edward's Recreation Hall
Refreshments were served Starke. Perryman Building Patsy
home on Thompson street for her All friends and rela- Refreshments were served by v haven, Germany Since Jan-

the members and guests, who included daughter, Susan who was cele- tives of the couple are invited to the hostesses, assisted by Mrs. V. Benton has returned home after uary Billy has been assistant post I For Information Phone 214JLIVINGROOM
Mrs. Thompson and Mr's.Wilson working for several months at theCitizen's finance officer
at Ft.
brating her sixth anniversary. attend. V. Hazen. Bank in Tally. gladto Devlin Mass. I .. .., .,... .., .
of Farms,Mrs Elmer Madeline I'
Penney I Games were played on the lawn (Crosby) Jones,
Joins of Gainesville,. and Mrs I the early pan of the afternoonand The Lorena Epperson circle met see Alice Anderson back on the here on a recent visit from Los

Dixon of ,Starke, prizes were awarded to Janice Woman's Club at the home of Mrs. Paul Bridges job at Stump's.. .., :Marion Howe Angeles, had the unusual experi-

,. Vickers and' Becky Baker. Multi- ,To Meet Sept. 9 J with Mrs. Jack Parker as hostess. returned to her job at the C. of C. ence of sitting with Vice Presi- 8 PIECE
office on Tuesday after her three
colored ballons were given to,the ** Nine members and two visitors dent Nixon's mother on part of

25 youngsters present followingthe | '.The first. fall meeting of the were present. weeks vacation-business trip in the train trip here from California
MOST PEOPL'CAN'T the Northeast-hope she will giveus .
games. i Wtn.s Cub! w.il tie neld Wed- The meeting opened with prayer an article on her TV and radio Strangest thing about it, says
Refreshments were served indoors I by Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. The de- Madeline, was that "Mrs. Nixon", i
STANDPROSPERITY neiay: at .J-30 o'clock:
in the club appearances for next week's pa-
L. G. Powell. as,she knew her, never mentionedher
from the lace covered dining tlll'Jte. votion was by Mrs. per Edna Hutchinson (Mildred GROUP
room table. The table was centered Those taking part on the programwere relationship to the Veep and
Mrs. F. F. Stump, cjiservati Dankel's mother) is doing
Madeline
n Mrs. didn't know it
with the traditional birthday cake Mrs. Eunice Wilson, until a
and cha(man, And In charge of 'the and Mrs., R. B. alterations at Leila's now .. trainman showed her a telegram' I
was' embossed in Alexander
B.
which ; pink W.
,
BUT THEN MOST prog"am wL have as and glad to welcome back in our from the
guest -
white.: sl.eaker Alvarez. The program closed with president of the railroad, $$1AA.95
_
'PEOPLE DON'T" Mrs. ,I., 7, Powell, who} will midst Ann Johns, ]Pauline Gay, asking that every be
courtesy extended -
Mrs. Wiggins in serv- [sentence prayers.
I Assisting. talk on Flower:,,Arrangement and refreshments and the Agnes Lawson and Nancy DuPre : to the lady' Buddy Phone 80 Starker Fla.
HAVETOL ing and caring for her daughter'sguests Bed It ication.H. During who have spent the past six weeksin Faxon would
( was Mrs. John.-'Moyer of social hour, Miss Jacqueline Parker appreciate hearing
.stes'es foe thafternoon will Tariffville, 'Conn. and seeingthe from friends at the
rendered piano music. following ad- 1 Sofa Bed
Jacksonville
be L+,s. Ruby L. Collins, chairman highlights in New York and dress: (S. R) .W. E. Faxon, Co. 1 Coffee Table

Mrs. She'll Hail, Mrs. L. S. Hut- circle met with New England states ,. :Mary 0222, USNTC, San Diego, Calif.Don't 1 Platform Rocker
The Ida Darby 2 End Tables
I Miss St. Peter Weds to, Mrs. C nude Crowson Mrs. Weldon, who accompanied the forget the annual Beta 'I
11 -
with members
Mrs.. RA. Thomas 1 Cocktail Chair
2 Table
Ed girls, has gone back to herteach- LampsA
Simpson and Mrs Gladys Har- Sigma Phi Labor
Day dance at
Loveless S. E. Sparks
'J. J. Jr. Mrs.
ringtrn. the present.devotion and :Mrs. R. A. ing job in Tampa. the USO Saturday night So! SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WILL DELIVER THIS

The marriage of Miss Beryl Thomas gave led in prayer. Was happy to hear that Dr.!I long'[ See you there TO YOUI

Jean St Peter, daughter of Mr.. Methodist Circles The, program was in charge of Adams has been transferred to a -Carolyn ::
base f
close-by
Camp Gordon, .
and Mrs. Milton E. St. Peter of Mrs. S. E. Sparks. Those taking
!Met,This Week Ga., near Augusta, after six weeks GIRL
of SCOUT
former residents Andrews,
Gainesville part ,were Mrs. \T L. NEWS
Starke,to James J. Loveless, Jr., Mrs. D'L. Thomas and Mrs. F, training at Fort Sam Houston,! -
I Circles of the W. S. C. S. of Texas and also '
happy to see A meeting of Girl Scout
son 6L Mr. and :Mrs. J. J. Love- F. Flume. Troop
the-Methodist Church met Mon- Barney McRae home from Korea One has
been y
less, Sr. of Orlando was an eventof called for 7 o'clock ; 1
Saturday afternoon, August.,I day'and Tuesday. Circle one, Mrs. Mrs. Andrews gave a prayer for Carolyn Hutchinson Fuqua Thursday night, Sept. 10, at St.
L. D. Vining leader, met Tuesday those who were unsaved and those heard from husband Kenneth that Mark's Parish House ChurchSt. :
at 4 o'clock in Holy Trinity Episcopal on '
Church Gainesville.The morning at ten o'clock in the Ed- who were sick. Mrs. L. A. Wynn he has landed in Japan .: Brad Mrs. Edward Burns, chair- i
,
ucational Building with Mrs. W. leader, presided over the business Locke returned to his base at man of the Troop Committee, re-
Rev. Robert S. Snell, assistant -'G. Haile and Miss session. Special offering of $10 '
Amy Coburn as Newport News, R. I. on Thurs- quests that mothers ,
rector of Jhe'church, as-j hostesses. During the business was taken for a needy family; $4 day after 15 days furlough their children to this accompany meeting.

sisted by the Rev. Grover Allison, meeting plans were made for those was turned into the main treasury, Charley and Garnita Parker are I

rector of San Jose Chapel in Jack-I attending the. District meeting to and $5 went into the circle treasury vacationing here this week from

sonville, performed the ceremony. 'b. Mrs. the closing XOTICE To APPER
held in Palatka Thursday. Wynn gave i Holly Hill Congrats to Henry la Circuit Court. Bradford Co. I
Following the ceremony a reception Mrs. W. E. Middleton gave the prayer. !and Doris :Martin on the birth of Florida i !. Chancery. Bty ,
held at the St Peter Mllburn Hong, Plaintiff, 1
was I devotional Refreshments were served by vs. Richard -
using as her subject a daughter Tuesday (in Alachua Hoag Defendant.
home 422 N. W. 15th Ave., Gainesville "Obedience". Mrs. H. C. Ritch the hostess assisted by Mrs., An- Hospital. Case Ko. 10.037 t tr Similar To

[" after which the couple tooka had charge of the program and, drews and Mrs. Flume. Friends of Mary Lawson will \ottee To To Appear
: Richard ,
Hoag whose residence Above Picture"A
two week's to Miami -
wedding trip -
read "Words To Live By". Concluding regret to hear that she received and address is: 6908 George
The Doris, Knight circle met. Palmer
Beach. Highway,
I the was Mrs. C. word Wednesday of the Seat Pleasant,
; program accidental
My 'personal integrity, and After Sept "1, Mr.. pan
Loveless will reside at Apt. 1, article, "Bloomington Welcomes tional building with 23 members Ryan Saxon in suit for a .. __ _. _
Profession backed by more 1208 SW 1st Ave., Gainesville. I Overseas Students", taken from i I and two visitors present. .'.. The tragedy, occurred Ridgeland hunting, S. C. Divorce, custody and control of __ ,_ _,_ __ :: : __ : _,_, : _
Mrs. L. D. Haines and Mrs. Lex .
than forty years experience .the World Outlook. aeer near his -home find that
Green gave short talks during the
and Women's Auxiliary Mrs. Thomas G. Mitchell closed the Joe Starling family moved
repairing, adjusting I meeting and the business sessionwas recently 1

fine watches is your-Guar Meets At St. Mark'sThe with prayer. presided over by Mrs. Dave; into the Crews house
Circle two, Herb
antee of Satisfaction.See I leader, met with Mrs.: Jack Mc- Paulk leader.Refrehments streets Carl LaMar and
Women's Auxiliary of St. were served by the
Comb Monday afternoon at 3:30 Shirley Johns and baby will bemoving
Our Window Mark's Episcopal Churchheld its hostesses: Louise McRae, Katrena "
Display
o'clock with 14 vnembers and one next week to Gainesville
monthly meeting a week early be- Drew and Collette Rosier.
And Be Convinced That visitor present. where Carl will enter his 2nd
cause of the Labor: Day holiday on
!
Quality Has. No Substitute the first Monday. Mrs Mattie Mrs. McComb gave the devotional Garden Club semester. as freshman q :Mr. T CANDIDATE FOR CHIEF OF POLICE
Gahagan president of the Auxiliary and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs gave and :Mrs. Cesar Rivera from'Puerto -

presided over'the meeting,I the program, "Missions Through To Meet TonightMembers Rico are now occupying the .
ED SIMPSON .the Eyes of the GI" from The Kincaid apt. formerly, rented by
during which Rev. R. E. Mc- r CITY ELECTION, SEPTEMBER 8
I World Outlook. of the Starke Garden the Dr. Kaitsonis' who have mov-

GEM JEWELRYThe Blain year as gave pastor an account of the church.of his first He] The hostess served light refreshments Club will meet in the Red Cross ed to Jax :Mr. Rivera{ is the ,, c_ -

at the conclusion .of effete! in the Clinic Bui'din' on hew Spanish teacher at BHS -
suggested that a Parish Council
House of Fine ..the meeting. Church street, tonight (Friday) I the Ovid Lewis family moved last ; ,
be elected to better organize the -- .
Diamonds'Starke's church. Mrs.. A. Wood, leader of Circle at 7:30 o'clock to make plans for week into the Wilkerson home on '). '

three, entertained her members the coming year. W. Madison street which they- are

Leading Jeweler Plans were made for 'a ..ParishDinner' I Monday afternoon at 3:30 in the Members are also asked to bringin .i buying and the Adkins house

to be held on September'.Ladies Bible Class room of the nameg,,of prospective members that they moved out of will,be occupied -

11, _,r.: educational building. [for tha b.) rJ's a plova.l.i I Sept 15 by Mr. 'and Mrs.

Miss Kate Struth gave the de- i T"e first regular meeting of the Joseph Van DeMark and family

votional on "Obedience" and Mrs.I. cluh will be r.eld Mondiy evening, i y ,

YOU'LL AHAVE TO Pt Shepherd gave the program. Pert. 28, tot 7:30 o'clock in the

I f I The eight projects of the W. S. I\ir.'sh: Huu::e. a.t i FRIENDLY i' QUALIFIED

C. S. in Florida,were discussedby DlERICTARKE

SEE ITBELIEVE Mrs O. L. Haynes, Mrs. Mi\1 "*"""-- NOTICE I V ?t '
FL': 4t4 --. ,
'lAralu.:.' Mr3i :sne herd, and, To all persons interested in San- '-. ,. .; '

'.Mrs. Wood .'*" ta Fe, Cemetery: donations will ;" '

: \ I:.:$ .. 1 The business session was conduc- be appreciated to have the ceme- ; .
Fri. Sat. Sept. 4 5
.T.to .r I j\7 '- -
which tery mowed this month. Send to -::: "
ted by Mrs. Wood following ... '': .
\she served the 17 members present L. J. Wynn_or Mrs. M L. Watter-. DOUBLE FEATURE : ; .

IT tempting refreshments: I son, Treas. at Hampton, Fla. .. ,1-- "..., .

I II t Singing. ConventionThe I HOMECOMING Desert, With Tim Passage Holt ;\{. <. '

Homecoming Day will be observed ;
VETERAN OF WORLD WARS I & II
Bradford-Union Singing, at the Graham Baptist -And-

Church on Sunday, Sept. 6. There
WAA,95RANGE Convention will meet at the Boat-
drain Church Sunday, Sept. 6, will be all day services with luncheon Too Many HusbandsWith PLEDGES '
: served at the church. Jennings
There will be a sermon in the Jean Arthur, Fred Mac-

morning, dinner at noon and Sing;, Starling and Lewis Thomas :Murray: and Milton DouglasPlus
liii the afternoon. will be ordained as deacons at t Honest, Prompt and Courteous Service To All
lin special services in' the afternoon Cartoon and Chap. 2 Serial I


LIST OF TilE QUALIFIED VOTERS FOR CITY LIMITS I "Lost Planet"Sun. Our Schools Churches and Government are
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EIGHTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A.D.,1953: programs

On Sale Kansas PacificWith people I love our and
men
I Adams lotUs Green, Levy North, E. E. young young womer
Adams, Yiola Green Pearlie Xorth. Yrs. Margaret Sterling Hayden
Andreu. Ira W Greei Lorenzo D. E. and have enjoyed directing their athletic and recreational
-\lbr cht.nna Gahagan, Yattle P. Norman, Russell A.
For ONLYREGULAR Alvarez H. B. Grant Estella Norman, Muriel S.. Plus Cartoon and News programs. There are no finer people
Alvarez, Yrs. Barbara Geiger, Sumpt E. Norman Minnie

Allen, Ida (Green Geiger Mrs.Yaonie'Hazel F. Patray, Bobby G. Tues:, Sept. 8-ONLY anywhere than your children and mine. I will

4 Byrd. E. D. (ireen, Herbert A. Peterson Almena
Byrd Yrs. Adel 'Creea, Willie Powell. John H. WHEN WORLDS gladly continue to help in'every way to keep
Pr'an, W. B. Griffin, George Pewelll May F.Gusett. .
Yrs. Clyde Powell I.. G. COLLIDEIn clean minds in clean bodies. Many cities, thru
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: Ethel Gassett, Mrs. Billie J. Peterson, Jas-. A.. TechnicolorPlus their police departments, are engaged in crime
Cermenaro, Anthony C. Peterson. Mary i.Cermenaro .

Is A Full Size 36 Inch Range Cooper, Charlie, Lorena P Haas Haas, .Irs.W'm.W.S. S. Prevatt, .Edna S. Cartoon and News I prevention by athletic programs for young
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Simmo'l Ester people at small and with
C Eddie 1.. Hail Yrs. Hazel very expense great ref -
Scott Silvia Wed. Thur.-Sept. 9,10
cit Hall. H. L. ,
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We Guarantee This, To Be .The Best Cook Cohen: Yrs.. Hamp Leta H.Hardenbrook Hankerson.Samud, Jessie Solomon S hhuffordd,, June John Glenni.s ILDeSne S- DOUBLE FEATURE f turns.

Hard. nbrook. Helen Stansbury, O. E. Chief Of Police Who Is A Real
A Friend Of AllOu
Buy In Town DuPre, Lilly.Mamie Mae K.. Jones. F'ed'O':: Stansbury A.. Mrs Mary The Black CastleWith For

DuPre: J. 1L Johns Charles C. Smith, L. F. Richard Green and Boris

Dukes Dukes Emma E. C. Johns Johns, C Zelia n. P. Smith. Yrs L. F harlot Young People, And Truly Has A Heart

Dukes, Leona TopUn, John

E'.dwards E. C. Morgan.lIorga'\ R.:Matti.1.. J. Williams, Palmer -AndCARIBBEAN- For Them -- VOTE FOR

Slade Gas Co. Edwards,, Elva Lee Moran Frederick P. Williams, 1Irs. Unnl
Edwards. Gladys U. Mitchell Susie Mae Wall, J. E. (Jr.)
Edwards, Comer D. Montgomery, David H. Wall Hazel M. With John Payne and Arlene
diner, Pat A.. Williams, Lucius
Herb Thomas.It
Fields Maude S. Miller, Harriet J. Whitehead 1.. K. Dahl
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
BRADFORD
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 1953 PAGE FIVE
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; 4C21N- ,. .. i I Vicki Carter of Jacksonville was Robert Maddrix of Detroit, :Mich. Florida J day in the month of October 1953. ..' ,
and original
file the In the office -
of which is the 5 day of October. 1953.
the of Carol faring last with his grandfather, the Clerk "' :>
of
I guest spent Sunday the Circuit Court ODor Dated this 2 day -September, -
A. F. Sauls, anl Mrs. Sauls. before the 5 day of October 1953.

wek.Glenn Nasworthy and Tom Mc-i Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wimberly of said 1S33:Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as con-of Clerk(OFFICIAL of Circuit SEAL Court) Charles of A.Bradford Darby ,1EAkLCOOK'S

Clane of Winter Park were Wednesday Madison were guests last weekend fessed This by notice you. shall be publishedonce County Florida. 9/4 4t 9/25

guests of Mr:, and Mrs C. ot Mrs. Nelson Green, Mrs. H. C. each week for four consecutive
:NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
H. Nasworthy. Wimberly and Miss Beth Wimberly. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- T..xDEED
THE NEWS graph.
:Mrs. Claude Denny and :Mrs. T. Dated this 1 day of September, (!senate Bill No. 1C3)
Notice Is HerebyGiven, That J.
\ : J W. Oliver of Savannah, Ga. Miss Pat of Gainesville 1953.
.- II II i spent Sieg (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby M. Sistrunk & C. A. Futch, holder of
the weekend on business here. was the guest of Miss Carolyn Clerk of the Circuit Court. Tax Certificate. 17. issued the
Friends of Jeff Johns will regret 'iJr. and Mrs. W, L. Edwards. Ey Marian L. Crosby! Deputy Clerk 26 day of May. A.D., 1951, has filed
Pat McGriff sp-nit the weekendin Edwards the past weekend.Mr.
to learn that he is seriously, Mrs Leah Bauknight of,Jacksonville /4 4t 9/25 same in my office and has made
Jacksonville fraternity -i application for a tax deed to be
ill at his home land Mrs, Donald E. Cornellof i attending and Mrs. J H. DuPre re- M>T1CE. OF APPLICATION issued thereon. Said certificate
'II'' festivities. cently returned from a three embraces the following described
Ohio Sunday FOR
Massillon, were TAX DEED
, L. J. McPhaul Mr. land Mrs. I I' ,
property in the County Bradford,
guests of Mrs. W.. H, Struth and Among those attending the 'weeks'| trip to Hartford and Tariff' Ornate Bill \o. 163)
Harry James, Mr-and Mrs. Harry Xotiee Is Hereby Given That Louis State of Florida to-wit:
Struth. Methodist W. S. C. S. District ville. Conn the Smokey Mountains
Miss Kate PHebard and Francis Hebard,
Vickers, Mrs:Rosa' Lindsley, Mrs. D. Lot 9 of Block 2 of Sunny Acres
Mrs. Dorothy'Ford left Jacksonville meeting in Palatka on Thursdaywere and other'points of interest in theNortheast. holder of Tax Certificate. 31, SID. Sec. 21. Township 6 South
May Martin Mr. and Mrs,.L. E. issued, the 31 day of May, A.D.,1951.has .
22 East
Mrs. E. K. Range
: Perryman, Mrs. .
27 for
by plane on August filed
same in my office and has
Roberts all of Georgia, and?Clark
The assessment of the said -
Calif. to two W. G. Haile, Mrs. Titus Olson. made application for a'tax' deed to property
Thompson of Pittsburgh( Pa. will San Diego, spend Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gill and son be issued thereon. Said under the said-certificate issued
be Labor Day weekend guests'of weeks_ with Wends and to visit her Miss Amy Coburn, Mrs. L. D. Sammy, have returned from a embraces the following certificate described was in the name of Albert Tyson.;

Mrs. Pauline Torode. brother Buddy Faxon,who is serVing -Green, :Mrs. Henrietta Hunt and. week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. State property of Florida in the,County to-wit of Bradford redeemed Unless said according certificate to law shall, the be ,

in the Navy and stationed in Blanche Williams. F. Robb In Charlotte, N. C. : property described therein will be
returned .
Miss 'Jay Brown to,, SEa ot ..
of SEt
NWH Sec. 23.
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bidder at the Groceries-
:Mrs. J. W. Kincaid spent the sold to the highest Meats
her home in Staten Island, N. Y. San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas T.5 S.R., 22 E. 10 acres court house door on the first Monday Feed
early of the week In The assessment of said
part Tampa:: property
after :'three weeks visit with the Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Thomson and spent Sunday in Lake Butler and under the said certificate issued in the month of October, 1953.
on business.Mr. which is the 5 day of October. 1953.
L. S. Hutto family children returned Saturday from a brought home with them, their was Unless in the name of C. Freet. Dated this 2 day. of September,. 1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North
with and Mrs. T. F. Landrumand said certificate shall be
two weeks visit their families niece, Mary Virginia Beilling, fora redeemed according to law, the 1953.
YYYYYVTYTTYYYYTYYYTTYTTTCHARLEY and friends in Oklahoma and family spent last week in few days visit. property described therein will be (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Phone 339-J
Kansas. I Brooksville with Mr. and Mrs. J. sold to the highest bidder at the. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
Mr.; and Mrs. Raymond Howe, court house door on the first Mon:. County, Florida. 94t 9/25 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
I Mrs. Leo Champion returned I A. Landrum. Martha Landrum Jr. and son, David, moved to St. \ ,SPECIALS FOR THUR. FRI., SAT SEPT 3,4,5
Saturday from a two weeks visit spent the latter part of the weekin over the weekend where I

I with her family in Pittsburgh,! Tampa with Mrs. Cora A. Augustine Mr. Howe is a representative of FREE i\

Kan. and friends in Tulsa, Okla. Brooks. ,'Prudential Life Insurance Co. FREE FREE CRISCO 3 Lb

I Mrs. R. B. Trask of Lakeland is Mrs. W. B. Mundy'was in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner of 83C

visiting her mother Mrs. W. H. sonville on business Thursday.Col. with
Given
I Gainesville spent Sunday 10 Goof/ Gas Away
Perkins and her brother-in-law and' and :Mrs. 'Ray J. Davies F.
Mrs." Renner's, mother, Mrs. A.
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Sear- and children of Fort Meade, Md. 'Sauls and Mr. Sauls while enroute By Cumber's Gas Station BLUE ROSERICE

Y.s II are guests this week of Mrs. Da- week's vacation
ing.Glen and Ed McCord of Jacksonville vies' sister, Mrs. T. C. HazenJr.and home from, two Nor- SATURDAY BEFORE XMAS? IT WILL HAPPEN! !
spent at Virginia Beach near 516s
|- were weekend guests of I Mr. Hazen. folk, Va. with Mr. Renner's par- 50 gals. of gas to be given: away. 1st signature gets 20 gals. 2nd 64C

Burge SearingMr. I Comer Ferryman: of Jacksonville ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Branch. signature gets 15 gals. 3rd signature gets 10 gals. 4th signaturegets

._ and Mrs. George Moxley I : will spend the Labor Day The Renners also spent several 5 gal. i'- .'

4. have moved from the Herlong. weekend with his parents. Judge days at Chimney Rock and the With every 5 gals of gas purchased at GL IBER'S GAS STATION ------ -- --.. ., jiii-i, _-__ ,
apartment to Gainesville where. and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, who I Mountains in North Carolina. 3 1-2 miles North of Starke on 301, you leave jour sig- --
Mr. Moxley is working on ,his de- have moved back into town from Eelbeck
E. JOHNS & SON C. M. Schneider and son,
Mrs. nature. Every Saturday at 8 I\M. there will be a signature selected XTRA GOOD
gree at U. of F. their Kingsley Lake summer home. Denver Colo. f ,
home to ,
Gary flew for the 10 gals. of free gas.11 signatures are'san'd for the
about this question Sgt. 1-c Albert W._ Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. B..C. Holtzendorf, after three weeks'
last Friday final selection. Drive for miles on CUMBER'S freegas.. Last GRITS
brother of Robert V. Chapman of Sr.
spent Monday and Tuesday of visit with Mrs. Schneider's par- I
Last year; my car Was severe Camp Blanding is spending a 30-I,last week in Brunswick Ga: visit- ents,. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wim- week's lucky signature, Lloyd Bryan, Rt. 2, Box 57, Starke. BROOM

day leave here after serving in ing Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan. berly. Mr. and Mrs. Wimberly re- A MESSAGE TO MY FRIENDS AND NEW ,

ly .denied ]by hail-stones and Korea for the past year with the The Holtzendorfs spent last Fri- turned to :Mulberry after spend- ACCOUNTS: i or
I
3rd Inf. Div. day in Gainesville and on Sundaythe weeks at their MEAL
the past three -take of needs in the
ing I am now prepared care your S
STRING
cost $180 to repair. 'Recently
2nd Lt. Ray C. Reddish, who has junior and senior, Holtzendorfs Church street.
ben Visiting his parents, Mr. )land(and Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth and home on line of welding, brazing; burning, and electric welding.

a tree fell on the car and, it is j,,Mrs: B. E. Reddish of Lawtey, is(daughter, Penny, spent the day at Bring the job to me or I will go to the job. My guarantee !

a $1200 total :loss. Would novpenroute f' '- for duty in Japan "Suwannee Springs. I IH Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR County prevails.' The job must )hold or else it costs you nothing J16 Pk94J 99CI

j Stanley Carnell of Ormond, son- Edward and Pat Priest Have returned Florida I In Cfc..crry. .far re-weld. I .
about $10 per year for Comprehensive in-law of the late'F. A. Scott, is to their home in Harling- Anthony M. Vitani. 'Plaintiff vs. ,
I I Dolores Vitani, Defendant JOS. H. CUMBER q,. .' __ ,
1 I seriously ill in a hospital lat Daytona ,in. Texas after a week's visit with Case Mo. 10-024 n __ .. ___/_ ,
insurance have 1 I Beach and his sons, Corbin of.their grandmothers, Mrs. E. C. I Notice\ Dolores To Appear.To Vitani. whose reside -I Formerly the.welder at Ed Prevatt's Garage i -
:
of Bronxville N. Y., and Gene, of the Priest and Mrs. Helen Mersereau. ..ce and address is: 1200 Senaca
covered each these losses?
Flagship Roanoke, USN, have, Mrs. Fred Francis returned to Avenue: Bronx New York ,

been called to his bedside. Gene's I her home in Fort.Myers on Sunday cult Your rnr are hereby. notified that SUGAR

ship Was enroute home from for- after a wek'g visit with Mr. and Divorce 5'bs 39

Johns&SOllAgellcy' Ign waters, so he caught a plane, Mrs. L. B. Alvarez'and Mrs. E. has above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the SAVEvith .
Charley while Corbin is driving throughand Priest. C'I! vou are required to serve a copy of
vour answer or pleading to the complaint -
will later go to West Virginia I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Carkhuss of on the Plaintiff's Attorney & ANY BRAND ..
where he will be. an instructor in Marianna, Stafford Caldwell of I Austin, Gibson & Austin, 100
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Smith Building Jacksonville. Mutual InsuranceCONNE'
Bethany College. Jasper and E. R. Carswell of Tampa 1
Jimmy Stith of Washington, D. t were guests of Mrs. "Janie I lTallCans 39C
C. was the guest of his tmde and Avery last Friday. POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS I
Phone 13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen, Mrs. Calvin J. Houpt will spend STARKE'S ONLY I f
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last Thursday. the weekend with her soninlawand MUTUAL AGENCY

..- M daughter, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. :

I Men's Clothing- Strickland in'Daytona Beach She FOR CHIEF OF POLICEI ... These Savings POtTED MEAT Cans 4RC
Shop Before Buying Compare
III ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894 II will also'visit in Lakeland.Mr. am a candidate for Chief of

and Mrs. Donald Kelly and Police of Starke.. If you elect me

children of Tampa were visiting I to serve you, I promise courtesy. CLASS I

-- Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs last consideration, and an impartial -

4 --h. Thursday and Friday.. performance of the duties of the LOOK
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: ",Mr. and Mrs. John H. Deas, Jr. office. It is my hope ,to expandthe Public liability only'$29.50:$ .

STARKE and daughters visited the senior athletic and recreational pro- : LARD9GL

Deas in Jennings on Sunday.Lt. gram for our young people, and Driver's License Can Be Re\'oked.1f Your Are InvolvedIn FABLge19

and Mrs. C. N. Tilton and your co-operation is solicited. Accident Without Liability

TV '$ SERVICE! sons of Jacksonville were Sunday I Herbert Thomas i ,

*.DLo& guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Den- Lge Lb Jar $4.27
mark. FOR CITY CLERKI SAVE 20% on All Dwellings and Contents 19C 7

Reasonable Guaranteed Service Mr. and Mrs. David Scott and
SAVE 15% on All Business Property ,
.. son, Jerry Lee, of Jacksonvillewere hereby announce my candidacyfor !
On All Makes Radios or TV .. visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. F. the office of City Clerk, Trea- SAVE 10-20% on All Cars & Trucks 01ii wy

.. Colsori on Sunday.Mr. surer, Tax Assessor, and Tax Collector SAVE 30% on Garage & Service Station Liability I U. S. NO. 1 WHITE
.. and Mrs. Elmer B. Thomasand of the City of Starke,
:IF YOUR RADIO FOR TV SET IS .... children, Jan and Ken, have Florida subject to the will of the Ibs

', j. NOT GIVING YOU : I returned home after two weeks' voters in the City Election of. ii POTATOES 10 29

SATISFACTIONCall : visit with relatives in Hartwell, September 8. I have been a resident Conner Bros. Insurance,Agency

Ga.Mr. of Starke since' 1932 and I .

a and Mrs. R. J. Andrews and feel that I am well qualified to DOYLE CONNER LUCIAN CONNER
: y 198-W At Once Mr. and ,Mrs. R. O. Dansby and administer the duties of this im- YELLOW ROSE (With cup or Vase Free)

.. son, Mickey, visited Mrs. A. L. portant office. If elected I prom- Representing some of America's Highest Rated 'Com
.. Carr in Jacksonville on Sunday. ise that I will devote my full time
panies, As Rated by Alfred M. Best, America's Leading
228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's :Miss Mary V. McCall of Deer- to the duties of this office and

.... field Beach is spending this_week will serve the public courteouslyand Insurance PHONE Authority 285 Flour 25 b! I.87

with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and efficiently to the best of my

Mrs. Jesse Newsome. abilities. Your vote and supportwill

ANEWTHE Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump and be'greatly appreciated.

IfKRESJPNIEVEME daughter Lillian, and Mrs. Del -SincerelyL. 4 -a

Colley will spend! the Labor Day F. (:Monk) Dinkins BLACKBURN
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John
<< W. Griffin in Ochlocknee Ga. THEATRE ". 5 Jar
FOR CITY COUNCIL SYRUP
Mrs. H. C. Broadway and chil- STARKE 53Cl
I am a candidate for City Coun-
dren, Suzi and Stevie, recently returned -
cilman of the City of Starke in
from a week's visit with
Dedicated To Community Service
the regular election of Sept. 8 -
relatives in St. Petersburg. Mrs. "Movies Are Better Than Ever"
and will vote and
appreciate your
ECONOMY 50-30 G. T. McClure returned home with
active support. If elected, I will
them after three months visit in If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Meat
show my appreciation by servingyou l
OIL FLOOR FURNACE St.Petersburg.Mrs. to the best of my ability and cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. SpecialsSOUTHERN
D. 0: Pridgen and son,
for the best interest of
Skipper, of Jacksonville spent sev- working our city and its citizens. ., Sept. 5-ONLY Wed., Sept. 9-ONLY

eral days last week with Mr. and -George KopelousosFOR BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
Mrs. Leslie Biggs. MAID

Mrs. Harry Mooty and daughter, CITY CLERKI
(in
Gerry, returned home Sunday aft- wish to take this opportunityto OLEO quarters) Lb

R isi er two weeks visit with Mrs. announce my candidacy for reelection y x :e1 19C

[Mooty's mother, Mrs. John L. to the office of City Clerk, I /1 .

Uden, In Highland Park, HI. and Treasurer, Tax Assessor, and Tax BANDITS
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; tiy with other relatives in Illinois and Collector in the coming election, ftxv MEAT

Wisconsin.Miss September 8, 1953. Having servedin f 1
a. Sue Biggs of St. Augustineand this capacity for several years Jh WEST WIENERS Lb

Miss Kay Bishop of Detroit I feel that I am. qualified to render 33CI
Mich and taking a boat trip to to the Citizens of Starke effi- t U
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Nassau over the Labor Day week- cient and courteous service. Dur-

1 end.Mrs. ing the time I have served as City OUT POST IN SWIFTS SMOKEDSAUSAGE

Mary Lane of Jackson. Clerk I have at all times workedfor H I
1 J JZ ville Is sending a few days "v'itbher the welfare and advancementof MALAYAStarring Lb

mots 'r, Mrs. Bertha Pearce our City in all phases of pro- Cobert and Hawkins 33MULLET

Mrs. Louise Wilson of Horse- gress. I earnestly solicit your Plus "Kiss Me Cat" Cartoon and .
W heads, N. y is spending the fall: active vote ,and support to the Chap. No. 5 SerialC. Plus ews and Cartoon
and winter with her nieee Mrs. coming election. *

Marion Howe. -Respectfully Yours, S. PARTIN
Listed Mrs. bam Anderson returned Carl Johns LGE WEST COAST FRESH D & D

by home last Friday :after-a month's SUN., MON., TUES.

Underwriterslaboratories visit with her SOP &rd daughter- FOR CITY COUNCIL Sept. 6, 7, 8 I. P. SHEPHERD
Inc' in-law, DK-2 and :Mrs. Lyle Anderson .
and family 15 Hamilton. R. I. I am a candidate for City Councilman 3 BIG DAYS IN 3-D FRYERSLb

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in the coming election
Mrs. Anderson also toured in 12
Sept.: S. If elected, I promise cour- A DOUBLE COMBINATION Thur. 11
Fri.-Sep1.l0,
states while In the Northeast.
Never Before so much teous, cooperative, sane, and sincere UNIT Lb
Mr. and Mrs. Felrc Uzzell and I
heat from so compact a furnace. 'Sons of Moore Haven spent last service. Your vote and sup- 3 DIMENSIONS! 2SC 49C
port will be appreciated. Respectfully -
'f?
{week with Mr. and Mrs.. Hogan I I. _

Only 30 Inches deep 'I Smith and family at the Smith's I -S. E. SparksFOR ,----_ : a+4 rllis

summer home on' Crosby Lake, IDiiIRt I
52,700 BTU output by Cc.rmercial The Smiths moved back ti to\vi 1 I t 1 a Ylgscaoa

I Standards CS-113 JlNC'ltlO ever'the weekend.Mr. COUNCILMANTo aIELt1KQ: R
\WR fG'rXk' f
and Mrs. J. Huston Me- the citizens of Starke:
S Clane and children. Glenn, Bill I .1 wish to announce my candidacy -C ge t.UKTCOIiERY.! ? ...JOMVCHS a let BIT-caac msai arr+r., silwsKoEEf.Lb I II

C. H. NASWORT'HYGeneral % and Jay McClane returned to thtii,. for Councilman of the City -And- BUM r<801SSTBS 4* n+wu'rt""w SWT :MI If WHO fe* 17C
home in Atlanta, Ga.: on Sunda of Starke Florida. If yon elect
THE SPOOKSA
after spending the month of August me I promise honesty, efficiency,
in one of the Futch cottage*; and to keep the people posted at 3-D Comedy
Plus "Cobs and Robbers" Carton
Supplies on Kingsley Lake. all times as to the affairs of the Plus Latest World News
:Mrs. John Moyer and daughter, City. I sincerely urge your vote I'STEAK and Ib 1QC I

232 E. Call St. Phone 19S-J Janie. of Jacksonville were Saturday and support In the coming elec- Adults TOTAL ADMISSIONS ROAST

Starke Fla. guests of Mr. and- Mrs. Ori! tion. Sincerely, 75c Children 29cj

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA .
PAGE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1955


I NOTICE TO APPEAR has been filed against you in the I T. S. Williams I August, AJ> 135t:; .
Circuit
I In Court. Bradford County. above named Court and cause and
SL'n SOIL Florldat In Chancery In testimony wnereof. I Hereunto (OFFICIAL SEAL)
CONSERVATION
you are required to of
serve a copy
I
subscribe my name and cause the J. R. Wainwright Mayor I
Walter Horn, Plaintiff the
to
\"S.lIce your answer or pleading
I
Elizabeth J seal of the said town to be here- ATTEST' Carl Johns City Clerk
Horn DefendantCase complaint. on the Plaintiff'sAttorney
N-E-W.S .t Notice Ta Appear.. No. 9995 Florida E. K. Ferryman, Starke, unto affixed this the 5th. day of I Dated Aug. 5, 19i:: 8.1 5t 9 '4more

t Y To: Alice Elizabeth Horn whose and file the original In the office
By Bill HaasU residence and address is: 2623:! Sedg- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
wick Avenue. Bronx 63, New York. en or before the
You are hereby notified that a 21 day of September 1953; .
S. SOIL CONSERVATION nit for otherwise the allegations of said I
Divorce Complaint will be taken as con-
SERVICE has been filed fessed by you.
against you In the notice shall be published
This
i above named Court and cause and: each week for four consecutive
Sl.._. A you are required to serve a CODV oi once Tele-
II weeks in the Bradford County
I I your answer or pleading to'the i up
Geo. T. Hnggins get
By" Sep BOARD ORGANIZESThe 10 bushels to the acre. Across the!1 complaint on the Plaintiffs' graphDated this 17 day August.' 1953. yoU

, County Agent new Bradford Soil Conservation I road I'used a lot of fertilizer and' Attorney Starke, Florida T. Frank Landrum, (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A Darby\ toG
1 Clerk of the Circuit CourtBy
i Aericulfaral Extension Service Board of Supervisors will I no lupine and if I get 12 bushelsto Wnd file the original In the office Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. 1
---: I hold their organizational meeting the acre I will be lucky. Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor i/%! 4t 9/11
and before the
of serum -
Mole Crickets us why supplies Tuesday, Sept. 8, at 8 pan. in the 21 day of September 1953; NOTICE OF ELECTION ,
} Seed beds are being: prepared virus are short.. This socallednew Agricultural Building! in Starke. District supervisor Lloyd Green otherwise the allegations of said I. J. R. Wainwright. Mayor of''
different has states that the grass is getting Complaint will be taken as con Starke, Florida, by virture of the
the county I
purposes.I
.. now for many disease over Members of the Board are Lloyd fessed by you. authority vested In me by law, do
,
have noticed the last few days cut down on the production and Green, V. R. Ferguson, Foster Shi ahead of his cows. Lloyd feels This notice shall be published hereby call an election to be held ,
that mole-crickets are making caused Smith, Zedra Hamilton, and J. B. that it's the clover he planted that once each week for four consecu- at the City Hall in the aforesaid.
has voters o
in tome instances tive weeks in the town by the qualified
such boost. Bradford County
their-home on top of many of White. is giving the grass a Telegraph. Tuesday September 8, 1953. for the
those*beds. These crickets are plants to cease production. Healthy Election of officers and appoint .'Tests have shown that grazing has 1.Dated this 19 day of August. 1953. purpose of electing the following
alive because they top-quality- 'hogs are used in,the been improved considerably by (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby officers: new
ment of committee chairmen will
seldom. seen Clerk of the Circuit Court. ONE MAYOR FOR TWO YEARS j1eugoGOODfiEAgj;
burrow' underground during the process of making hog virus for lead the agenda.. having some type of legume mixed By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.I ONE CHIEF OF. POLICE FOR

daytime and come to ,the surface immunization against hog cholera. with your pasture grasses. 8/21 4t 9/11 TWO YEARS
,
.at night. They eat various kinds' The board is encouraging all hog We were sitting in the rhade of SOTICE-TO APPEAR TAX ONE ASSESSOR CITY CLERK AND TREASURER TAX COL- .

of tender vegetation. They cut owners to have their hogs treated a combine out in an Argentine James Rosier was cleaning outa In Clrenlt Co..... Bradford Cematy LECTOR OR TWO YEARS. ..
fence row the other day when Florida In Chancery. TWO ALDERMEN FOR TWO
of 50 Bahia field of J. R. Wainwright
reach weight
roots and allow the young plant before they a discuss the district Wallace Kuhn. Plaintiff vs. Nell YEARS.
roots to dry out as they make pounds. There is proposed legis- waiting for Tommy Hamilton to we stopped to Kuhn, Defendant. Case No. 9986 Inspectors of said election:
for tools to.work tractor equipment with him. Mr. Rosier Settee T. Appear. Ray StoneF. -
lation to charge cost price get some on a i
their runways.Spraying sank his axe in the ground leanedon To: :Nell Kuhn; residence and address G. HemingwayW. tw
serum.and virus used in excess of when Zedra Hamilton remarkedto is unknown.You M. Edwards
or dusting the top'of the amount required for a 50 J. B. White, "I sure like that the handle and remarked thata are hereby notified that a L. M. Gaines
the bed with 5 per cent Chlordanewill seeder cultipacker does a better suit for DivorceAAAA1..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. Pearl BurnhamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA TIRES
pound animal.! At present there Giant Striata Crotalaria that I
these destructive pests. ,
kill i is no charge in the regular prac Dlanted. It's taller than that job of'planting grass seed than I ... ...4
them kicking or
find
When YOU any other way he knows. _
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tice. pick-up over there. The next day .
dead on top of the ground after -
Now If You Can we went down to Brooker to see you F
water ANNOUNCING
an application.of poison you know A request for a soil con- 3 ,
That machine or chop- this crotalaria. Tommy took us
You mowing farm was made by
doing a good job. servation plan
you are should be busy this month. through a field that >had been
do that with Chlordane. per Albert Griffis whose farm is located -
can Still ScarceA There are several reasons that grazed and now making seed and on the Grifffs Loop. TRADNOW I'
Seraa \
Hog make mowing important: destroys sure enough it was much higher .4 4If
A NEW SERIESOF
dated'August 20 from
letter many weeds before they produce than the cab of the pick-up. Ted Connell and I were out to ;
Florida Livestock Board tells I \
the
more seed, gets weeds down so H. A.Prescott's place in the Wood- I
Clyde Cone, a district cooperatorof
grass can make growth to with- Erooker Is well pleased with I lawn Church section the other .4 !
and important
stand the winter very soil conservation.
discussing INTERESTING
crotolaria the results he is getting from the day II
is to give toxic out strawberry .
Herb was setting ,
blue lupine he planted and turned .4
ATIMION !another death blow. Had another
plants and he stated that he had HISTORICAL FACTS i
Clyde
under for a cover crop. 4
t Y Y said, "just go out.and see the limed his land and turned undera ABOUTMONEY .4 ecause .
If Yon Have .I of blue lupine to t\L
TRAINING AND difference. That corn out from good crop
WHERE matter in
EXPERIENCE COUNTIf the house had blue lupine and no build up the organic 4I Tires broken in on cool ;

TIMBER'N'SELL I fertilizer and I should get about the soil. and BANKSWILL pavements are not'subjected

PINE OR CYPRESS yon need a tress or afford surgical to case last week where the specta- NOTICE Conrt."APPEAR Bradford COBBIT j I ; to ,excessive heat
cannot
Clrealt
support, a
Small Tracts you health bulas variety killed a good family :riorldat Im Chaaeeryfohn BEGIN IN THIS NEWSPAPER iON which causes faster wear r
Large
or with
take chance your Gladys!
a Camacho. Plaintiff, vs. I '\
milk cow J This is YOUR money-sa ,

We Buy All''* by Here being at improperly Canova Prescription fitted. Thanks For The Greens (Camacho, Defendant.Case No. 10-013 SEPTEMBER 11 ; ing opportunity to trade t

technicians Any of you young fellows who :Retire To Appears whose resi- II those smooth,worn tires for
Camacho
PAY TOP PRICESWrite Center, we nave trained have two boys and two girls who .lence To: Gladys and address is: 198 Floyd new Goodyear's. Stop in'ou'll -
both male and female, know that green New York.
enjoy eating .Street, Brooklyn I
find the Good-
I to serve you.Remember vegetables sure help reduce that You are hereby notified that a right ,

or Call your health and grocery bill. Those turnip and I suit Divorce for custody and control of' II year tire to fit your driving
needs and YOUR BUD-
comfort depend on expert mustard greens that I have pickedup minor child
are being put to a mighty I las been filed against you in and the They will be very informative and interesting to i GET. Why not trade I
and cause
named Court
B.T.THOMASLUMBER fitting.CANOVA good use in growing healthy boys I 3 rou rbove are required or' to pleading serve a copy to the of grammar and high school students TODAY!

and pm.I 3 pour answer on the tiU'i

COe Then as long as I can get some complaint; Attorney T. Frank' Landrunt Watch for them. Use Our

PRESCRIPTION CENTEI good biscuits and a little cornbread Starke, Florida In the office of'

PHONE 211JP. PHONE 4202 we'll enjoy that good syrup 1 the ind file Clerk the of original tJoe Circuit Court on I I EASY PAY PLAN

0. Box 735 that Mr. Moore brought in the I III or before the I t'
FLA. (Near Hospital) 28 day of September 1953; I .. -
STARKE, other day. It came just about allegations of eat! I r -
Gainesville, Fla. II otherwise the confess r Terms low $le; S week
: will t'e taken as as as
the time some I got ,from Red Complaint a4.. ........ .
i I Andrews was gone. So thank jd This by you.notice shall be published ( .cooww )%FLORIDA BANK at STARKE' r.. I..... --

you. once each week for four consecutive '
weeks in the Bndford County Tele %
Center Station
Service
graph. Member Florida National GroupAAJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtl
19)3.
Second 3-Dimension Dated this 26 day of August_ #
SEAL) Charles A. Darn
(OFFICIAL D. GOODMANU.
SEEBER
Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
Show For StarkeAt By :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 8/28 4t Clerk 9A8;: I S. 301 at South City Li mi IsREELECT ,

LAWSON'SPHONE Fla. For. 3 Days -APPEAR -- -.. -
NOTICE TO
: Bradford County
"Fort' Ti", the first outdoor In Circuit Court.
Florida In Chancery.
epic of Amercia filmed in Natural Erna Creola :Miles Plaintiff vs.'

Vision 3-Dimension, will occupy Raymond Miles. Jr., Defendant.
Case No. 9973:
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at the Florida Theatre
the screen
T. AppearsTo
MARKET STARKE from Sunday through Tuesday.' Notice: Raymond Miles Jr., whozhesidence f ," I _
and address is: Harlem. :;: "'
368 FLA. around the bla ..
centers
,
I The story Street; Christiansburg, Virginia ":;: ::r......
the Northeast be- notified that a
zing battle for You are hereby '

tween the British and the French: suit Divorce for and restoration of

and the savage siege of Fort Ti- maiden name
WE DO NOT DELIVER conderoga by Rogers Rangers. has been filed against you In the Carl John
and
above named Court and cause ;
CASH AND CARRY PRICES Montgomery plays an aide to you are'required to serve a copy of: ; '-
the complaint
pleading to
the leader of Rogers Rangers, your answer on the or Plaintiffs Attorney .

e ordered to lead a desperate foray Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark Building,
into hostile Indian territory while Jacksonville Florida \.

We Butcher Our Own Beef, Pork the main British Army under and the Clerk file the of original the Circuit in the Court office on 01 o;]

Lord Amherst gathers for an at- .before the 14 day of September 1953; YOUR"

And Poultry Which Enables Us tack on the French.held'Fort Ti otherwise Complaint the will be allegations taken as confessed of said -, ,

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at Quebec. by you ,+--- :
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This notice shall be published : ,' '
Another objective is the rescue each week for four consecutive
To Give You The Best For Less of his sister and her two children once weeks. in the Bradford County Tele, ;' '>

who are held prisoners in Fort Ti. graph.Dated this 7 day of August 1953. .
Teamed with Montgomery is ([OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb:: :
Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk
Joan Vohs who, in her first film, By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerl City

: ROUND and SIRLOINSTEAK" portrays an English girl suspectedby 8/14 4t 9/4

Montgomery of spying for the NOTICE"TO CREDITORS ,
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French In the Court of the Connty .5f'Bra.ford
Florida, In Probate
County
< Said to be so real that the audi- .

65 ences can "almost feel them" are In re: Estate of Louise Bohn als
the 3-D thrills of "Fort Ti", in- ceased.To known. as Louise Bohn King De, Honest .Capable Experienced Courteous Successful

cluding flaming arrows savage .
AH Creditor and Persona Hay
Indians, enemy bullets, galloping UK Claim or Df'lRa.daala.*
horsemen, charging soldiers, and : Said Estates .
romance.. I I You and each of you are hereby .
estaiic

CHUCK STEAK 45 !. the County--------- Judge Court Florida.Brad- or notified either claims and of and you.required demands may have to which against presentany you DUTIES OF THE CLERK

ford C.aB.tr. State of 'the estate of Louise Bohn also .
Knownas
of Louise Bohn also I
Estate Deceased.The known as Louise Bohn King deceased -
Louise Bohn King. late of said County to the
State of Florida. To All Prr oBInterested County Judge of Bradford County I
said
Elltate'.f
in the Florida at his office in the court

You Decedeatt are hereby notified that a': house Florida.of said within County eight at calendar Starke. To keep adequate records of all monies received and disbursed. Keep adequate

Lb. written instrument purporting to be months from the time of the first I

RIB STEW 25' the decedent Last Will has and been Testament admitted to of pro-said claim publication or demand of this shall notice.be in writing Each- records of all meetings of governing bodies. To operate the office in a businesslike

bate in said Court. and shall state the place of
You are hereby months commanded from within the residence and post office address of manner. Keeping regular office hours, operating the office at a minimumcost
calendar
six the claimant, and shall be sworn to

date notice of to the appear first publication in said Court of this and and by the any claimant such claim, agent or demand, attorney not, to taxpayers. With increased duties there is only one.employee besides City

CLUB. show action cause of said It any Court you in can.should admitting why the not so filed shall W.be void.tf. :Maxwell, Clerk. Books audited monthly by Certified Public Accountants and monthly! J
said Will to probate
Of the Estate of As executor of

stand(OFFICIAL unrevoked.SEAL) Theron A. Yawn the Louise Last Bohn Will and also Testament known as of! statement of all receipts and disbursements made to City Council.

County Judge. Bradford County. Louise Rohn King deceased.

STEAKSLB. Florida A. Phillips Clerk. First publication August 21, 1953.
By Betty
8/21 4t 9/11
First publication on August 21,

1953. 8/21 4t 8/11 In The Circuit Court In And For I wish to call your attention especially to the fact that the City Clerk has no voting -
Bradford County Florid.

Eva In Mae Cha.fry.Cornell, Plaintiff vs. power on any question affecting the Citizens of the City of Starke. His


All Meat STEW andHAMBURGER Let Us Thoroughly I Thomas Order of Puhileatio..tad. Cornell,Divorce Defendant.Notice No. 9993 To duties are to keep records and be able to furnish the City Council and Citizens X


.Lb Wash Your Clothes Appeart Thomas The J, Cornell Mate Of c/o Florida Ross Tot RusselL with information on questions arising. Carl Johns has done these things and isDon't

Allied Artists Agent, Imperial
SOC Hotel. Atlanta, Georgia. qualified to do .so from actual knowledge gained from experience.
You are hereby notified that suit
9"FoundsFor has been filed against you la the
Circuit Court of Bradford County
Florida in Chancery by Eva Mae .
Fresh Made 40c! Cornell plaintiff the nature of said '
suit required is for a divorce.to You are 'hereby forget Starke is a growing town and needs someone who is
serve
your answeror

SAUSAGE-MEAT "' 60C FREE Bleach.If Desired! 0. Box other of 468 pleadings record, 115,South Robert on plaintiffs Main E. Ray Street.attorney P.- experienced to assist in ,directing its welfare. Carl Johns is a taxpayer

Florida,
Gainesville on or before
the 21st day of September. A, P.. owner and a successful business man. His interest
I We Will 19 S3. a property -
Herein fail not or a Judgment

WESTERN Dry Your Clothes default Bradford will be County entered Telegraph against you..by a is in Starke and he has and will at all times work for the

newspaper of general circulation in
Bradford County Florida, is here- betterment of Starke and Bradford County.CARL .
For 20c by designated as the newspaper in 1
which this notice shall
be publishedonce

Pork Chops" In New Automatic Driers! weeks a week beginning for four the(4) consecutive 21st day- JOHNS' VAST KNOWLEDGE OF THE FINANCIAL OPERATIONS THE, CITY GOVERN. d 1,

,of August A.D.. 1953. HAS ENABLED HIM TO FURNISH THE CITY COUNCIL WITH INFORMATION
1 Witness my hand and the seal of MENT 'LEADING t

said County Court Florida at Starke.this 18 Bradford day of TO THE ABOLITION OF ALL CITY TAXES. KEEP STARKE TAX FREE. REELECT CARL I

August(OFFICIAL A.D.SEAL 1953) Charles A.Darby' JOHNS CITY CLERK.. I I1r

These Prices Good Six Days A Week The Washeteria By Marian L.Clerk Crosby of Circuit Deputy Court Clerk __ (PaId Political Adv.)

I Temple Are.' Starke Robert E. Pay Solicitor for Plain i

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA -
BRADFORD
FRIDAY.. SEPTEMBER 4, 195S : PAGE SEVEN
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.l fTTTTTTTTfTfTfTVTTTTT* unable to visit with otherwise.Mr. YY..TTyTTy..T..TTYYY..TYTf with over 100 children enrolled.We ed by you. graph.
and. Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. have the same efficient teachers This notice shall oe publishedonce OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbr
each week for four consecutive Clerk of the Circuit Court
LAWTEY of Anthony spent, the weekend HAMPTON we had last year. The first weeks in the Bradford County Tele- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I

with relatives hel !. P. T, A. meeting of the year will Dated this Z7 day of August, 1953. 8'23 4t 9/18

by L. IL Futch The Hubert Priest family re- by Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond be held Sept. 17. You owe it to I ...
turned home on Sunday after a your children and community to

; ; AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA month's .vacation at Kingsley Lake. AAAAaiiiiAAAAAAAAAAAAAfU. be in these meetings.The MOVING

r Mr. and Mrs. Yoecomb and Mrs. C. R. Whitehead and D. Dyal is still confined Intermediates of the Train-

Methodist Church Presbyterian ChurchJunior children of Pennsylvania, and Mr. daughter,, Judy, spent ask week to his home with rheuma- ing Union, will have charge of the

and Mrs. Sn'.ih! of Kentucky at- with Mrs. fNellie McKinney and tism.Mrs. program in the assembly period LOCAL S Safe PHONE

+ Services for Sunday. Sept. ,6: Choir practice Friday, tended churca services in Lawteylast sons at Santa Fe Lake R. F. Dyal gave a birth- Sunday night. The title will be OR v Dependable .
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God's Call" Come
Church School 9:45 a. m. Morning .Sept 4, 3:30 p.m. Sunday. Weekend gUests of Mrs. V. R. day party Saturday honoring her "Listening for LONGDISTANCE 311
and this 7 m. EconomicalR.
Worship o'clock with the pastor, I Sunday School 9:45, ajn. Sep-' Donnle' and Ronnie McSwain Reddish were her sisters, Mrs. grandson, Dennis Lamar (Buddy) enjoy progr&nat p.

Rev., Thos. C. Mitchell, using the 'tember is Religious Emphasis returned home last week after Nellie Osteen and Mrs. Hattie loark, on his fifth anniversary. NOTICE TO APPEAR B' B. Alvarez OR

topic "God and the Day's Work". !Month and each member and pupilis spending their summe vacation Mathis. Mrs. Lee ,Smith of Tampais Games were played and ice cream la Circuit la Court Caa.Bradford cry. Ouatr.Flerldai Agents For TRANSFER AND

Holy Communion will be admini urged to be present. with their grandmother, Mrs. spending this week with Mrs. and cake were served to a number Benjamin Starling:, Jr.. Plaintiff, vs. Delcher Bros. 250-J
stered. I loden: in Ft. Pierce. Reddish. of his playmates. I Anna*Martha. :Starling Defendant. STORAGE CO.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Topic Case Xo. 997J
Sunday evening services begin "Christian Citizenship". I Wendell Kelley returned home Mrs. Horace Cox and Mrs. Add Ruth V. Searle, granddaughterof >.tire To Appear !

at 8 p.. 'M'. with the 'singing of Thursday of last week from a two Pops of Jacksonville were dinner the William Hammonds, whoIs To: Anna Martha Starling whose
UnknownYou
l Youth Fellowship 7 residence and address is: STORAGEPerryman
favorite 'hymns Sermon subject: p.m. Young weeks vacation with relatives in guests of thi\r mother, Mrs. PaulD'nkins a Wave and stationed at Baim-I are hereby notified that a
people are asked to note that thisis
"God's Great Promise". Tennessee. Wednesday of last week. bridge, Md., is spending a furlough suit for
the first meeting of the fall Divorcehas
Intermediate MYP meets at Mr. and l/rs. Drew Reddish of tic and Mrs. Ray Dorman of with her parents, Mr. and I been filed against you in the Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
season. JacKsonville weekend Mrs. John above named Court and cause and
the
relatives in Hammond
Starke were visiting spent on Crystal
6:45 with Mrs. W.
night
Sunday of
you are required to serve a copy I
G. Cofield as counselor. Senior At the evening worship service Lawtey last week before going with Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish. Lake. Miss Searle has just made url.nswer-or pleading- to her complaint ,
the minister will conclude his relatives Mrs. Effie the on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Miner and
Mrs. Reddish to'isit granddaughters -! grade of Seaman.Mrs.
MYF meets at 7 m. with Mr. away
p I Williams & Futch, P. O. Box
series of sermons on "A Man Call- in and Mr. Red- Mary Ann; and Nina, 421,
and Mrs. Robert Turner as coun- Maryland Minnie Johns was a Saturday Starke, Florida
ed John. This last discussion will in Virginia I were in Jacksonville Sunday to and file the original in the office of
selors. All dish to encampmen shopper in Gainesville.
young peopla cordially the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
invited. be on John Wesley. where he will be serving Uncle visit her daughter, :Mrs. Frank Walter Griffin returned home before the 14 day of September 195J. ;
Regular midweek prayer service, Sam. Wells, who recently underwent _an otherwise the allegations of said
Sunday after week
spending a Complaint will be taken as confessed -
At The TaSernacle Wednesday at 7:30. Numbers 4-8 Mr, and Mrs. Butcra' Higgin- operation in St. Vincent's Hospi- with his son and daughter-in-law, by you INTEGRITYof
will be the chapters fr Bible This notice shall be publishedonce
} .. botham and daughter Merle, of taLMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffin of each week for four consecutive
Study of Old Testament cha- Study Choir practice will follow Vfaxville were weekend guests of G. W. Roberts, Sr. spent Jacksonville.The weeks in the Bradford County Tele- conduct and dealing with better

racters forms a part of many service prayer service.Christian. then: daughter, Mrs. J. L. Waters from Friday to Sunday with rela- P. T. A. held its first meeting graph.Dated this 11 day of August. 1952. thoughtfulness and economy in all
md family. tives in New Smyrna Beach. Mr. on Tuesday afternoon at 3'15 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
at the Tabernacle, supplying>; Clerk of the Circuit Court. our serving these mark the
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Church Roberts
'and son drove down Sunday to reput-
background for a better'under- Mrs. Miriam Knight not too many parents out. Hopeto By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Bobby, of Jacksonville were call- accompany his wife home. see more next time 8/14 4t Iii able quality of this well known firm.
standing of the New Testament.
services 11 and
There musical Sunday a.m. ing on friends here last Saturdays Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hair and We had word this week ,that NOTICE 'TO APPEAR
are always special
7:30 p.m. School 9:45
numbers Sunday a.m. sons, Sidney and Howard; of Ar- my husband's mother is in a Corn- !. Clrealt Court Bradford Caaaty DeWITT
using some of the many Wednesday 7:30 FUrldai Chancery. C. JO'NESPhone
Instruments with which the Tab- Prayer meeting Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss Enza cher 1ittel1.il'ervice9 at the ing, N. Y. hospital as the resultof Ruby Harrington, also known as
p.m. A. L. KlelnfeHt, minister of visiting in Melrose Ruby Harrington Hamilton Plain- 7 Starke, Fla.
Methodist hun The
Blanchard were : :i Sunday evening.Mrs. a heart attack. doctor
ernacle
is equipped, and the pub- Frankfort Ind. will the tiff, vs. John Ward Hamilton. De- "..ever..
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lic is cordially invited to all serv occupy Thursday afternoon of last week. L. H. Futcn returned home says it is just a question of time, fendant.
,
ices. Absentees are returning soon pulpit Members of the Fred Dye and recently from L'keland where and his brother in the Veterans Notice T* Appear.To Case Xo. U-116 Funeral Director Ambulance, Service

and will be giving accounts of ESTERBROOK. A point for everypurpose. the Bryan Dye families of Kings- she! att''ed the entire session ofmmc" Hospital at Bath, N. Y. seriously : John Ward Hamilton, whose Our local funeral hOme enable nj to offer convenience* sal
ley Lake were recent guests of school at Fotida; South. m. residence and address is: Unknown.You ,
their.summer stewardships. Don'tm1as $2.37 complete at BRADFORD Blanch- are hereby notified that a services not otherwise available
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hearing them. COUNTY TELEGRAPIL their grandfather A. ern Cologr suit for

ard and Miss Enza Blanchard.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Raljh, Hawkinsand YTYTTTTTTTTTT"'YTYTTTTTYT Annulmenthas I I I .
been filed against In the
O. J. Phillips and: daughter- cbLaran of Archer were above named Court and you cause and We furnish the '
highest type service at lowest price, and
in-law, Mrs. W. C. Phillips, spent guests of Rev. and Mrs. GeorgePurga PINE LEVELby you aye required to serve a copy of
with relatives in Macon, your answer or pleading to the accept ANY life insurance policy in force, issied by ANY
last week from Thursday to Sunday: complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney
FIRST Ga. Ola Mae and Danny Phillips last week. Mrs. H. M. McRaeLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAA4 Joseph K. Skipper, 221 company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral.
BAPTIST CHURCHStarke returned home with their mother Graham Building Jacksonville, Consultation carries no obligation.
Florida
Ray RedlUh, son of Mr. arid
after spending some time with and file the original In the office of
Mrs. Bryant Reddish, is now en-
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
their sister, Mrs. F. T. Redd and Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regu- on
toute to Japan after spending a or before the

-I -II" family, Mrs. Glenn Williamsof furlough with his parents! prior t c, lar Church appointment Sunday morning at Pine with Level 221 otherwise 28 day the of September allegations 1953 of; said Going Going TWILL SOON BE GONEWHAT

Mr. and leaving for foreign service. Complaint will be taken as confess- ,
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Jacksonville spent the week- in Sunday School classes. He and I
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and .Mr
Mr.- 11. H Hamilton
end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. :Mur- YOUR CHANCE TO HEAR THESE

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Troy Bennett.J. returned rej-nrly from vacationing rhee of Hilliard left soon after the ?: VITAL BIBLE TRUTHS FOR TODAY!
lh relatUci In the state otCl
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S. Eunice Sr., and son J. S. morning services for Ft. Worth, PHONE 218
Phones,Office 234 Pastorium 130 Griffls were attending >:o, Peiirs l.&nia, and ,New Texas to attend a fellowship
and Truby '
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" ,, to business in Gainesvilleon York.. I meeting this week. They hope to COLONIALFLORIST FINAL WEEK'S TOPICSThurs.
Mrs. J. S. Sh J'cr.i and son,, be back for services here next
Sunday Sermons:11:03 ilL 7:30 PJkl. Monday.Mr.. and Mrs. Nelson Blockerand Dave, returned home last week Sunday. Rev. Alton Dobbs con- ., Sept. 3 In Remembrance Of Me!

children and Mrs. Mattie Mi- aitci several weeks vacati.m.at. ducted the evening services.Mr. Why Do So Many Faiths Disregard Christ's Last

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training: Union 6:15 P.M. ley spent the weekend with their the Lake. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Requests?

Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P3I. mother, Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. the Lawlej chixl situatior:, son Gerald of Heilbronn Springs I Fri., Sept. 4 Why Are There So Many Churches?

Other recent guests of Mrs. Harley teems to be shaping up nicely for were visiting Mrs. Norman's par FLOWERSFor With Such Varied Doctrines, Can All ChurchesBe

I were Mr. and Mrs. Sumter another su-c"3t"I term under the: ents, the H. M. McRaes, Sunday Right?

f ,... 0 Harley. and son, Dean, also of direction of Prof. Ingram and his I afternoon. AU. Occasions Sun.. Sept. 6 One Minute After DeathS ,
Jacksonville.Mr. efficient c.-ros of teachers. New Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis andis
Where, According To God's Word Are The Dead?
4 and Mrs. Leslie Phillips of in-mbers of the faculty fir I the H. M:. McRaes were Sunday afternoon ,

I Gainesville spent Sunday here with term included Mrs. E.'Itesith the: visitors of Mr. and Mrs. (i) Tues., Sept. Spiritualism
Hear This Sermon Sunday at 8
p.m. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. si/th gratis MM. Bras 11 withthe I J. W. McRae and family. We are A Thrilling Expose of A Great Deception Afoot

Phillips.Mr. third grade, and Mr. Jone I glad to know J. W. might not have Today! .

and Mrs. H. C. Harley and with the junior: High department, to undergo an operation as the DISH GARDENS Thurs., Sept. 10 God's True Church Today

5 children spent Sunday with Mrs. The older re3" .nts ot the com. doctor thought two weeks ago. What Are The Bible Tests You Should Apply

"A SHORT BED" I Harley's brother Willis Starling, munity will be Interested to knowthat Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton POTTERY To Your Church?

I and family of Whitehouse.Mr. Mr. Iones's.wifo is a grand, were evening guests of Mr. and EXTRA SOUND MOVING PICTUREFri.
and Mrs. W. M. Cox of Miami daughter of Rev. Boggess once i Mrs. Joe Starling Sunday evening. POTTED PLANTS
., Sept. 11 The Seven Secrets of Victory In Christ!
spent the weekend with relatives pastured ta local MethodistCOUTh. The H. M. and J: W. McRaes
0 Does Your Life Reveal These Secrets? Do You
Flowers WiredAnywhere
in the Lawtey and Heil made a trip to Jacksonville last '
i 11 a.m.: "God's Desire For Every Christian" bronn vicinities. The A. L., Beas'ev:. family requests weekend and were visitors of Mr. Have The Peace Of Christ?

Mrs. H. B. Arwoorl lelurned us tc express to the community and Mrs. A. F. Hall and Mrs.
TRUTH FO R TODAY TENT
vacation their thanks for the man y Owen McRae.VVfVVVfTVVTfTTfffMMff. :
last week after a
home
: Nona St. Starke
First Baptist Church Hampton with relatives in Georgia and Ala- kiiiJness seca them in their re- 10th and Walnut Sts., Starke

-:_ bama. While away she visited her :cpa: bereaveven'. I

Bob Gray Pastor I son. A. E. Arwood. in Atlanta: her '
t ? [daughters, Mrs. A. G. McKinneand 'I HE IL BR O.NN
'. ., 10 a.m. Bible School 7 p.m. B. T. U. Mrs. Floyd Ward, in BirmIngham. YGRAHAM

8 p.m. Wednesday, "Hour of Power""The This trip also. by Marian NormanIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM .- ,,.., .. ,......,..,. 'Ioo'. :., ,,\'i#: /
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wood was able to see many members ;;;'!:,y:;':;.(y; ,
whom she was Rev. 'J. E. Lingerfelt filled the J : ./1:' ., "" .
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.. pulpit at both services Sunday : /1" h ';":- r ,
BVBlHB BBBBVBBHBaBBaBBna aHBBi BHIM BianHaHBBia BBBBaiB B BIBMBlB BVBVMBHBMB Mr. and Mrs. Mack Abernathyand with good attendance.The R H: 1-, .. 4.....
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DELUXE revival got off to a good .,,' .
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: visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Aber- start night with ; \ !; >:!> ""' t t & i/ili
Monday evangelist *.i5-f) '
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78 Mrs. Jerrell has been visitingher service. : l4.j tr \ ., .;.1i. 'f'rI ,!;{f1fJ fif; '.f.
son in Jacksonville for the !& "",. tAP.. >.< >4. k"w.. """ 'J :Mrs. J. M. Rosier ,and Mrs. De- ar lb Gly"- rf ',., ''''' 1 a : Jftf'..nq .
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daughter Er .
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Jennings Starling and brotherare Sandra have returned from a visitto >..;..J'(:/ ,. J n<'" .,.'......tu.,,<>: ." .,.<"'"Ji.i.;,: '.bJ. fJ.-f/fr';'* 1w.gf. {T ., ; rtr'
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visiting in Miami this week. Anniston, Ala. with relatives. !,.'"a x o' "t.,1.:;,, B%. .df''" ;: :, is*:;'; >-'.'*'t.7J.F '" "w" rd. ., ''}
Mr. and Mrs., John "', :' ,I" il / IJI!"" }14.1ff""f1it
McKinneyand .Mrs. Mildred Sapp and Ossie ; 0II.t :. ; .J!;
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Exclusive Features children were dinner guestsof Norman entertained their JuniorI ,, .1... j,'" ,I '/,' {ly.' ''iI. !..Loo: _Aa""I, ........ '
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ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER: UNIT Sunday, Kingsley Lake.

Exclusive! Two top burners and __ _, .L. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rivers and Visiting Mr. and Mrs., Leroy t' '," Just lift the Easy Oat lever and I
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,. out coma big,zuif--aize cubes!Fib
drip all Mrs. Leon and Norman 31-/
tray la one unit Catches Ellington baby Sunday were Mr. and ANY '
If' electric refrigerator, even
spillovers lift Eke a feather, were visiting in Auburndale last Mrs. Leroy Norman Jr., Mr. and '+ old models! Limited offer..e,I

washes like a plate. Burners are Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Marklee Norman, and Mr. #; H;,I...:' a just 59c with coupon!
non-dog sImme et. Instant, and Mrs. Roger Nelson have and Mrs. Raleigh Conner. :Mr. and .:

automatic top lighting. .. moved to ,Cordele, Ga. Mrs. Norman are both sick at this --. lu.LLI.A.

Mrs.. Berry Dyal visited her writing. r I

SWING OUT BROILER 0 0 0 brother, Lonnie Goodge, in Starke School started here Monday FREE
Exclusive! Open the door and the ''i I I Sunday. : I \

broiler swings out, ready for use. Mrs. Julia Crews, who has been OF EXTRA COST ,

Convenient, smokeless FDa to fix e visiting in Jacksonville is spend- LET US FILE YOUR SAWon WITH THE ,PURCHASE OF ANY 4B' <;

sizzling, savory steaks f ing a few days with her mother, PHHCO Refrigerator <1

GUARANTEED Mrs. A. T. Dryden. Mrs. Dryden our New Foley m I

Each range Is guaranteed for one s I also has as guests Sunday her I AUTOMATIC SAW FILERThey'll # t.,, with Dairy Bar
I!son, Leon Dryden, of Jacksonville.
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year against or material.defects Burners hi workmanship are Mr and Mrs. Jimmie Imler of I cut N' This$57 I 1 Var e+3 '

guaranteed for life. -_ LaCrosse were Sunday guests of i I like new when .;: NATION At'. :
"- Mrs. Imler's parents, Mr. and IS filed
on eur
; 'f. Mrs. Jjphn Surrency. \1

: Mr. and :Mrs, Odom of Branford i I chine.precision In ma-a SI1VERPLATE

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visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Star- t '
few minutes it _

Priced As Low AsTUNEINONWRUF ling last Sunday. I you'll have .
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Sept. 6. Everybody welcome. I faster. Bring your saws intoda71oul11ike !

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA
PAG r ,
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Bell stabbed his alleged wife OTT>*fore the' .-. 1953. "C .
; Negro Man Pleads Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Is Hale Hearty 5 -- SE>,, of tt '- fMi
Mary Brooks,. who is pregnant.It I day of October, 1J5S; (OFFICIAL,SEAL) Charles A.Darby JfEfc. EX IP ,
SERVICE MEN otherwise the allegations or Said Clerk of $ Starke Section 28, T wn-
; Guilty To Assault was thought that the Negro \ Complaint will be taken as confess. ford County Circuit, Florida.Court of Brad- ship < South Range 22 Ea.'
ed by you. The assessment of the said pl-9'
woman might lose her baby, but On Ninety-Third Birthday Monday'Tve "
9/4 4t 9/25
This notice shall be publishedonce ". erty under the said certificate iBL4;
,;' At a hearing before County from the Duval each In the ,
latest reports week for four consecutive NOTICE was name of Eugene Hunt
t.);..- ".Judge T. A. Yawn this week, Jesse Medical Center, where the woman just been blessed by the graph.weeks in .the Bradford County, Tele- "- FOR OF TAT APPLICATION DEED deemed C-nlefe *al4,certificate shall' be tt .
according fco lau the JI:>'
pr
4 .Bell. Green Cove Springs.Negro, was confined' indicate she is get- Lord" said Mrs. Sarah 'Elizabeth Dated this 1 day of September : (!lie.ateBI :163) erty described therein will be ",>.d
Notice Is .
hereby .
pleaded guilty to"a charge of aggravated ting along all right. Brownlee when asked if she followed -} U5S.I OFFICIAL SEAL,) Charles A. Darby Alderman holder of given City Tax that Certificate T J- to the door highest on the bidder first at Mundnv the ; t Chouse .

- assault'and was sentenced Bell was sent to the Nassau 'any'special health rules "orj] Pfc Schiley E. Rhoden, son of -' Clerk of the Circuit Court A.D., 1950:-0. ,I,has issued filed the > day of Jane, the month uf October, r in
f; to, a.year'LAthe county jail:, County prison camp Monday to philosophy for long living. Mrs. Albert Rhoden of. Route 2. By Marian U Crosby Deputy 9/t 4t Clerk 9/25 tax deed and has made application same my for office a- Dated the 5 day this of 2 day October ot, Sepie 19 )3. i. !fr.

Ina fracas In Reno last, week: ,itart serving his time. Mrs. Brownlee was sitting5 Starke is undergoing post-truce certificate to be issued thereon. Said l93.
embraces
NOTICE TO the following OFFICIAL
APPEtB (
SEAL) Charles A Darby
rocking chair in the attractive _; training with the' 25th Inf. Div. U Circuit C_rt, Bradford CoUBty described: property the Count ot Clerk uf rirtuit O>un of B: a..'
Eradford -
\ 200 Drivers Permits living room of,her granddaughter Korea. A with Co. M Florida IB Cbaaeerv.: State of Florida towitv : for Count, Florida.
in \
: 3,; gunner Peter J. Bender. Plaintiff. Helen 90 ft of ;s 105 ft Of Efc of N\V4 '.
9141 ;
Mrs. J. R,;;Chasteen., as she talked. of the 27th Inf. Regt., Rhoden has Anna Bender, Defendant. -
Issued So Far T _
Gifts were arriving and a steam idz been in Korea since May. Case Xo. 10-025 -Jw- :ood
Notice To

't : CityFRulldil New driver's licenses are moving of to pay well-wishers their respects entered to the the genial house % '. Leonard C. -Rowe, whose wife residence To Helen and Appear Anna address Fender h; ,1101 whose W. To The Voters Of StarkeI

; briskly since thf- went on sale r.-: ; 2nd. AVilmington, Delaware.
: white-haired lady who on Tues- : Mary. lives on Route 2, Starke, You
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r in the county office Sept. .' are hereby notified that a
judge's day, Sept. 1, was celebrating her ,I was'recently. promoted to sergeant1st suit for respectfully solicit your vote in the coming election due

t W. H. ,(BILLY) *. 1., Through Tuesday over 200. 93rd birthday anniversary. class while serving in Korea has Divorce been filed against you In the to the duties of the office of Chief of Police it will be impossible -

r. t Sitting erect in her chair witha -1. with the 40th Inf. Div. Rowe is above named Court and cause and forjne to contact all voters in but
permits had been so d, and Coun- person respect.
of Mr. and Mrs. A. you are required to serve a copy of
stateliness that belied her 93 the son Percy
I fully solicit
: ty Judge T. A. Yawn: wants the your answer or pleading to the your support and \ote. If elected I promise
.
years, Mrs. Brownlee said that Rowe of Lawtey and is a tank complaint on the Plaintiff's I (to fulfill the
know the 1953-54 driver's I duties of this office honestly and to best
NOEGEL public-to she doesn't get around so well i commander of the 160th Regiment's Attorney William D. Morgan the
licenses are on sale in his office. 597 Clark Building, Ja'k& of my ability
anymore. "But I certainly have Medium Tank Co. He has vine, Florida on-I
::f the fact that 1952-
He emphasized been blessed with good health been in Korea since last October. and file the original in the office VOTE FOR AND
53 licenses expire. Sept. 30, and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I SUPPORT
through the years,'* she added. or before the
after, that a $1 delinquent fee I Pvt. M. E. Rhoden son of Mr. 6
day of October, 1953;
YOUR must be paid or a driver's examination !- Life began for Sarah Elizabeth and Mrs.: Levi Rhoden! of Hamp- I otherwise the allegations of said W. E. THORNTON For Chief of Police
Brownlee in Miss. the-first to JnmpUlnt
Sparta, Sept. among plant strawberries will be taken as confess.
stood to obtain a new li- ton is serving in Korea with the ed by
you.
I INTERESTS ARE 1, 1860. Her parents were Hugh in this area.
I, This notice shall be published --
cense. 25uh Inf. Div. He is a memberof
Logan and Mary Morrison Logan.A Mrs. Brownlee remembers Starkeas I once e..cn week for four consecutive ,
licenses is the the pioneer and ammunition -"- .. .
the weeks
.i MY. Cost of new relative on her mother's side just ,a log cabin communitywhen I I in the Bradford- County Telegraph ':. -.__.. -- --- '.- _l_. -. ". ,.. -:
.
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same as last year-?! for an I platoon of the 65th Engineer Combat '- -
.t' was the second wife of "Stonewall" she first. moved here. The Dater this 1 day of. September,
INTERESTS.OUR operator's license and $2 for a Battalion. He received his 1953
i Jackson. the famous Con- place was: inhabited for the most OFFICIAL
chauffeur's license. ; basic training at Ft. Leonard SEAL) Charles A.Darby ELECT
federate general. part by settlers from the North.A Clerk of the Circuit Court .
.
Wood Mo. E'' Marian .
.
) I Crosby, Deputy Clerk
yTTTTTTTTTTTTyfTTTTTfmVOTE The past is a bit hazy for Mrs Northern neighbor, a Mrs. RIsing 9/4 4t 9/25

: :..f/ Brownlee now, but she recalls gave Mrs Brownlee some -'
1 INTERESTS. ARE IN FOR- certain incidents during the Civil pecans from which she started ;- i0TIC.I: OP APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
War, when she was a child. She [.her first pecan grove. She also (SrMsIr Bill :\o. Hii) GEORGEKOPELOUSOS

OUIt. remembers, for instance, the com planted the huge oaks that are Notice is hereby given, That T J.;
,, THE Alderman holder of
City Tax Certi-
ing of Union soldiers to their I |
CITY: at present in front of the Brown ficate No. 8, issued the 4 day of
plantation. She said "the Yankees" lee home here. June A.D., 1949, has filed same in

EXTENSION. destroyed everything, even crush Wild game, including my office and has made application
IT;:IS TO turkeysand for,a tax deed to be issued thereon!
ing chinaware beneath their feet deer, was plentiful in this Said certificate embraces the following -
:
YOURINTEREST OFTHEcITY on the floor. section when the Brownlees moved described property in the
County of Bradford, State of Florida
Mrs. Brownlee also rememberedhow here from Mississippi. Alligatorswere I l. to-wit:

LIMITS the menfolk used to build a common sight, and Mrs. -- Lots Acres 2-7-9 Sub-Division.of Blk. 1 Section of Sunny 21. YOUR

barges and float their cotton down Brownlee said the children useJ Township. 6 South Range 23

THAT YOU VOTE FOR I the Mississippi"to the New Orleans to haufi to shoo the 'gators out Pvt. Charles E. Knight is serving East.

Watch Starke Grow market. In New with the armed forces in Ger- The assessment of the said prop
Orleans, the men of Crosby Lake before going in erty under the said certificate issued -
j would obtain horses and ride back swimming. many and is stationed at Ausburg.His was in the name of H. A. Jla- CITY COUNCilMANIX

W. H. (BILLY) SARGE \ I I.{up the "Natchez Trail". Among her descendants. Mrs. address is: Pvt Charles E. nassa.Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -

r On Oct. 1, 1879, Mrs. Brownlee j Brownlee counts three children, Knight, US53142285, Hq. 43rd Inf.I according to law the'prop-:

(her then Div., APO 112, care Pil, New erty described therein will be sold to
NOEGELLET j name was Logan) was two of whom are living; 10 grand the highest
bidder
Mayor of Call Street 1 at the court TilE REGULAR
!married to James L. Brownlee, children, nine of them living; 20 York, N, Y, house door on the first Monday in

,. who died Sept. 14 1902 and the month of October 195J, which
i was great grandchildren and two
p AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-AAAAAi ; Charles J. Strickland, son of Is the S day of,October, 195J. CITY ELECTION
lj i buried in- Starke, I I great great grandchildren.The Mr and Mrs. Fredrick P. Miller of Dated this 2 day of September,

Jt was in 1885.that Mrs. Brown-: living children are.Hugh L. -
I Starke, is serving aboard the destroyer -
lee, along with her, husband and Brownlee, of Starke, and Mrs.
USS Myles C. Fox, which Tues 8thIn
WINKLER% ELECTRIC SERVICE his parents, moved to Florida and i Ruby Brownlee Long of Gaines. recently returned to Norfolk, Va. w.c..T.u. Sept.

settled, in. Starke. The elder Mr.: ville.
.
after a training cruise off the DO YOU KNOW
ME?
Brownlee had come' down 'earlier Mrs. Brownlee wants her ,many
coast of South America and in the I AM TIlE
to J look ,over 's me' properly, had friends to know she appreciatestheir GREATEST CRIMINAL -
gNffH Caribbean Sea.Bradford IN HISTORY.
seen an orange grove in Starke, thoughtfulness on her 93rd I HAVE The City Election*of Sept. 1951 I re-

liked.it. and bought it. j birthday.; "I didn't know I was so r KILLED MORE MEXTIUS'IL"E
FALLEN IN ALL ceived a total of 541 Votes For City Coun.
At th .timne of the'move to Florida I popular, she said as another caller
-I THE WARS OF THE WORLD. cilman. I am' of this .
proud
with complimentary
arrived.
RADIO the James L.. Brownlees had a gift I very
: HAVE TURNED MEN
INTO
.
two-year-old twin sons, James I BRUTES.I vote and wish to express my appreciation

AND Milton and Hugh L. J. M. is Ronald Andrews
now HAVE MADE MILLIONS OF for: the Confidence shown in me

deceased. Also in the Brownlee Completes Course HOMES UNHAPPY.I by my friends and supporters. I hope
TELEVISIONSales party, moving to Florida, was a
i little Negro boy, Starke Brownlee.Mrs. MAKE SMOOTH TIlE POWNWARD those of you who voted for me in 1951 will
Marine Pfc Ronald Andrews PATH FOR COUNTLESS
., Brownlee said that "Starke" do so again next Tuesday and will ask
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews MILLIONS. your
got off the train in Jacksonvilleand
of Starke, recently grad- I DESTROY TilE WEAK AND friends and neighbors to do the same.
lost for
was
some time.
and Service The' freeze of the uated from an eight-week courseat WEAKEN THE STRONG.I Your help will be greatly appreciated and.
big 90stheone
SUSS the Airman Preparatory School Locke SK3, USN, re- MAKE THE WISE MAN A
etrs-psss Srrrr t JSS rrrrssrrsrrr JSSS5S.5S that if elected I'will do in
froze the everything
over St. John's mpower
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, FloridaFOR Naval Ajr Technical Training:cently returned from overseas duty P FOOL AND TRAMPLE TIlE

,- ..... river in Jacksonville-killed the, Center Jacksonville. He is now With the 6th Fleet aboard the, ,FOOL INTO illS FOLLY. to make you a gocd Councilman.

Brownlee's orange grove. After attending the' Aviation Ordnance.'j USS Mercury. After. spending ter[I \ THE PARENTS WHOSE CIIILn

that, the orange industry was, man School at the center. The! days with his a wife, the fonnei. HAS BOWED THEIR GRAY SINCERELY

.'>0-' ,t; '\<" _. _t! ". never revived In this section of courses ill provide him with a, Miss Sharon Hall of Starke, he;j HEADS IN SORROW KNOW ME.

:X 1'f' :. I'E ID I\'ID. 1.C..T-'I.i. )JX Florida, so the Brownlees turnedto basic knowledge of all phases of,. returned' to Norfolk, Va. for duty; I I HAVE RUINED !MILLION

strawberry growing. They wereREELECT Marine aviation. Pfc Andrews is!i aboard the USS Chuckawan anc I 'AND SHALL TRY TO RUINI GEORGE KOPELOUSOS

a graduate of BHS and enlisted I will leave shortly for England anc I MORE.

RENT-Attractive, modern. I I FOR- RENT-one 4-rm. apt. One in the Marine Corps last January, the North European countries. AM ALCOHOL. .- ." -- -----_..- -.' .- .-. ,
fur ltib..d cottage with bcrtenea' 3-rm. apt., both nicely furnished. i -. -a -Iii
porch, on Klngkley Lake. Apply Elec. equipped. Shady lawn. 1 ml. [after attending the University of -_ '- '

Mr: H, C. iJence,. tflngsley Lake. from bridge, Pessent Rd. ,For Florida. Marion Glenn Crews, 3'oungestson "
Itchg S.\LE-58 a., 30 in pecans. 15-rm. of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crewsof jI-E : :. : '
I house with apts. 4-rm. cottage in
NEW! TRY. STAR PLASTIC TYPE ard., Rented. Shady lawn. large Scouts Take Lawtey enlisted in the Marine'
CLEANER-Does a better Job, modern barn. Building lots on Boy Corps in July andis now takinghis I
faster No messy liquid Self- Blanding rd. & others. Mile from LAST CHANCE !
renewing lasts indefinitely.. Only Call St. bridge. Bessent rd.-Mrs. W. T. ) Honor, At Court basis training at Parris Island, I

_. 50c at Bradford- ".County Telegraph. L. M. Wynn, Rt. 1, Box'.Z-c. E. (Billy S. C. He would like to hear from I| .
.u Starke. tfchg
At the regular monthly Court his friends at the following ad- -

"SALE-Mtwionary strawberry I EARTHWORMS FOR SALE-A. E. of Honor in Gainesville Boy Scoutsof dress: Pvt. Marion Glenn Crews j j

FOR plant grown on new land by the Surreicy. Thompson St. between JACKSONTO [[ Troop 7 O took the two top 1385098, platoon 243D, 4th Recv.I LADIES REG. $1.00SHORTS '
thousand. Maurice Ed- Washington & 10th. Also at West
wards.bed. or Jr.. :Starke. Ztp 9/11 End Grocery. 10tp-9/ll i honors for attendance and advancement :Tng. En., MCRD Parris Island,

for the fourth consecu- s. a
FOR SALE Norge Refrigerator' FOR RENT':"':2-room cottage with THE OFFICE tive time. G6c
Stove A-l condition. bath and front porch. Apply Mrs
Weminghouse
Must be sold moving. J4 W, N. Johnson 327 Laura St. Itp OF Scouts who went up for ad- Warren Kelly, son of Mrs. An-

down and take up payments at vancement in rank were Sammy nie Kelly of Rt. 2, Starke, was inducted -
balance FOR RENT-Large Klngsley Lake
Total
bank $IS.56 month. into the in June and
J1S5.56. Friday at Herlong Apartment cottage Oct. 1, to June 1. Inquireat Gill Wallace Wise, Doug Noun, Army
After Friday .at Well's Ronnle-Donnie. 3tp 9/18 who went for second and first is now taking basic training at

Electric Co Up FOR RENT-Kingsley Lake-Three COUNCILMANHe class. Those going up for Star I Camp Rucker, Ala. with the 47th

IIKLPVATEU _bedroom furnished cottage Oct. were Archie Green, Robert Kelly, "Viking" Infantry Division.
WOMAN to distributeVst.. thru :\Iay$63 month. May be
11OR
Charles Manire, Freddy Stephens,
Advertised Pro- seen Sunday. Sign HOKE
ducts killS Nationally to established customers in HARRIS 1 mile South Strick Stands For i Tommy Stallings, Lonzo Kirklahd, Legion To See Film "
time. Earnings land's Landing. 4tchR 9/25:
Full or part Midriffs39c
tarke. 'I Jan Mundorff, Charles Kirkland,
unlimited. No car or other In. On Cars Of TomorrowA
vestment'necessary.. Write Mr. TED-Houework or pursingJob. and Encourages and Gerry Gibson.'Gunning' .
C. U. Huble. Dept. '-I. The'J. li.Watklnn Buney Stokes. North St.
Co.. Memphis. Tenn. Up across.from Paul's Store. Reno. New motion picture "Tomorrow
Up Growth and Motor
Meets Today," will be shown at
SALE Registered Angus
-
FOR yearlings; In_ good FOR SALE-Fhe room house and the next regular meeting of Post
Bull*, past Expansion of Our Cost Truck Driver
Also some young Hereford bath also two room apartment LADIES REG. 39cHalters
at8 ,
shape. m.
Hall
the Legion p.
56 in
bred to Angus bull. J. house In >ard. Four lots on Main
rows
B. White on State Farm Road. St. Joining school grounds. Pecan City It's probably going to cost Jesse Sept. 8. '
!/tu 9/11 and fruit trees. Price J1.3&0 each.
L. L. Bedenbaugh Hampton. Fla. Joshua Craven a passing truck The film which will be presentedby

FOR SALE-1948 Chevrolet ,>* ton Up i Both in Industry and j driver. $25 for "gunning his motor" Gene Long, is in color and is 1O'
truck stake body. over size this
pickup at Starke signal light of tomorrow.
heeler and -new rubber. FOR SALE-One Only Drand new a based on care
rear Frigidaire Electric Manse. List That's the amountof refreshmentswill
Perfect conditionU2&.00. Inquire Homes past Tuesday. After the meetirg, "
Up price 1101.45 special sale price
Bradford Parber Shop._ |JOO. One only. Smith's Garage. [ the bond he hal: to Pst after be served by C. L. Currie.

FOR S.'LE-UO x tnn ft. lot on St. trhe- Cecil Sewell hailed
P O. Rnw I. 1'nCARPENTERVWants If re-elected he will [Deputy Sheriff
Write
serveyou
St. TOPPER

Clair. siding, ::porches work addition- roofIng *arages. -- FOR Beach.See SALE-Frigidaire Mrs. bkoofulos at 7 foot Kingsley box.Itp in business-like the same efficientand mannerin him charges before of the operating county a,judge vehicle on IB Florida Clrcnit:NoTIcE:Jordan.la Court ChC'TEunice Plaintiff Bradford. vs.Coamt James) * t


new steps and all generairepaint. muffler. Edward Jordan Defendant.
insIde and out. Phone FOR SALE-White porcelain wo the future as he has in with an improper Case No. 10-03:

n-R-I-l. asK. for, eorge. Itn and coal range with reservoir the past. This was the fifth such arrestin Notice To Appear '
1450. W. B. Devine. Lawtey. Inquire --jt-?- To: James Edward Jordan whose For 4Back to School'CHILDREN'S
JOB OPPORTUNITY-':Young men at Standard Oil Station. Itp the sheriffs recent crackdownon residence and address Is: Unknown i
Sincerely, that a
wanting to learn chain store busle trucks that snort and Your are hereby notified
must be willing to work in FOR RENT-2-bedroom furnished the uoisy suit' for Divorce and other relief!
another* city 18 to SS years of axe! house. Recently redecorated. W. T. (Billy) JACKSON jacknife their way through Starke has been filed "against you In the REG. $1.00DRESSES .
and
with high school education. N \ Adults or couple with infant, above named Court and cause
experience necessary Startingpay Gladys Harrington.. WashingtonStreet. ,. streeti. you are required to serve a copy of
ISO to Sta and regular In- Up Tour answer or pleading It tke complaint -

ere Lo\etts., e*. Apply local manager m, FOR RE.'T-3-bedroom apartment A. on J. the Thomas.PlaintiffAttoney Jr.. Starke 89C

with private bath. private en. Florida
In the office of
S.\LE-A few good Missionary I trance. Mrs. Nat Williams. North and file the original Circuit Court on .
FOR RESTAURANT Clerk nf the
the
\V. A, Tyler Church Street. Up HERB THOMAS
strawberrY plants. See or before the 5 day of October 1953:
,Rt. 1, I-awtey, near Iteilbronn otherwise the allegations of said

Springs. _ 301 !-2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301 i complaint will be taken as confessed CHILDREN'S REG. $1.00

J. D. ODOX. JLHANDLE WANTED I by THIS you. notice shall be publishedonce i

CATTLK, AD YOUR HOGi 81LRS LISTINGS .. DwellUjt. S Regular Meals Weekly Specials .-.....-.each ia the week Bradford for foul County consecutive Tele 89C I ICHILDREN'S

SALES ."&r... R.. tI.*. LU. Lake graph.Dated. 1*
Live GaIP'Il Oak Kt F.Mb* We*Frida...4.,y Fr.IBFM.* Prprtle Pn rtl.., Bad A ....a I Fountain ServiceSPECUL is*:. this 2 day of September. Dungarees ..

I.e.teat.'lIst .. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A, Darby
RADIOS REPAIRED Clerk of the Circuit Court.
\\ Wife T.u U ..U' I will" al>- Deputy Clerk .
All Make* AUR.s..abl M4eU will By Marian L. Crosby I
.rr late y ar k sJaiesa aid '/4 4t 9/25 REG. $1.99
ekarce ...ra.t..1 t'.. .\.r t. gibe y.. the best > _.
CHAS. C. "'. serb iee ......1... SUNDAY DINNERSTHOMAS .
JCOTICK TO APPEAR
W. Call St. Stirke Pfc. 2WANTEDGT&dU&t1 : ; .39
TM
I. rirralt o..rt. BradferdFtoridit C..t

nu". 0,1 A. J. THOMAS !. Cha Richendollar.*rrr. Plain- SHOES 1
Normal Daphine
,
for ceaeral
licensed practical
George Norman nichen- 'f
duty Doctor's s Clinic Hospital. REAL ESTATE BROKER tiff. vs. .
let W. Call St.. Starke Fla. U :oi Te..le A U. Tele.kae 214Starke dollar Defendant. Case No. 10-031 k

tx ." If Concrete FUrlda f.11H T. Appear
x
FOR SALE Block-lie each. Plenty of GARAGE & SERVICE STATION To: George Norman Rich ndol1ar.
Mortar Mix and Cement. Brad whose present address Is: Unknown and address We Exchange We Refund We Sotisfy i
residence
ford Engineering Company. PhonIt. FOR SALE-Missionary strawberryplants and whose last
tf on new ground by bed or was: 2991' Northwest. Und
thousand.-Pete Griff. Rt. 1, OPEN 24 HOURS Street. Miami. Florida (
'TED-l\'rl *'. or Box 84. Griff Loop. Starke. You are hereby notified that a

SALESMAN wire Memphis.Rawl Tena.ich's Dept.Regarding F -1O-1I.opportunity Ctp-9/lS EXPERT REPAIRS cult Divorce for children, custody' and control of $ $ I It
-
PROPERTYOne minor
Rawleigh business VALUABLE BUSINESS
for you In the
filed against t
has been
In Bradford County. No capital piece soo ft. frontage 11.500 WRECKER SERVICE bove named Court and cans and {
needed. ftp 10/! Tteu One piece 151 ft. frontage are required to serve a copy of
you
j.060. Located on 311 North edgeof answer or pleading to the
City. iU N. E. 121st St. Miami your .
PlalntiffiAttorney
the
FOR location RE.T-Clos.furnished In.and very unfurnUhed desirable- JS, Fla. ftp till PHONE 211-J STARKE, FLA. complaint on Williams & Futch. 117 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.r t

apartment all convenience*. P. O. Box ti Starke. Florida ti
Also uleeplog room 201 W. MadUen FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. In- I and rile the original- In the office ot -I _- -I- '" -iiii-
St. 4tche tlU Quire at Bus Station. tf -w the Clerk of the Circuit Court on -i


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