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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 11, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Now 15-Y ear-Old Ronald. Hansen Awaits Trial *



For. Stabbing His Mother To Death Official County Pullitation Established In 1879

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v Simple funeral services were held here Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Jessie Hansen, VOLUME SEVENTT-FITE.: STAEKE FLOEIDA,. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 1933 .- NUMBER NINE

,. 42, the worried mother:who met death last Friday because she didn't want her 15-yearold .

x- son to buy. a "jungle knife." .

: Showing emotion for the first time since the tragedy of,last Friday. the, boy Ronald

sat"in a car between officers ofl the law and wept during the brief rites. Previously he City Limits Extended

W-- -- had confegsed that he stabbed his*mother in the back with a carving knife in the kitchenof ;

,- tHeir modest frame house two miles south of Starke on Route 100.

i Even attaches of the fun

-.-? Modest Home Where Tragedy Struck ,.I eral' home in. charge of arrangements Incumbents

accustomed as Re-elected.
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-y .l k I-" .eo i they are to human woe. were :
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:1\\\ H visibly shaken by the scene in -
'i., ,,, 'i.%: }. "J' ., -- 4 I : Starke voters went to the polls Tuesday and by a majority t
.,.., "..,l'y, : "" i Crosby Lake Cemetery.
:: L : of two to
one approved act of the CITY
I The distraught father an 1953 Legislature extendI ELECTION SCENES

: I Christian F. Hansen. 53, who ,.ing the city limits in all directions.

had rushed here from New Thus overnight -

: : : York City where he was hold- Starke estimated became a "city" within Johns Thornton ., .

ing down two jobs in an effort population of ,

Ti I to pay faster for the little 4,500 5,000 including areas

home "He's along main highways where Jackson AndKopeIousos
E1iTg near Starke, said
most of the
; : new building has

4 still my local son.officials He regarding conferredwith I, taken place'in recent years. '.,'. '' '... \jl ;

< In area\Starke now .
covers
approximately V
defense of the youth who was Win ,.
3,200 acres, as compared -
bound Circuit CourtTuesday'
over to. with 960 in. the pre-expan-
1 and be tried for
may sion era. The distance north- Incumbents had things pretty

first degree murder at the south of the new limits will be much their own way in Tuesday's

"k' fall term in November.The bout 2 34| miles instead of 1 3,4. spirited City Election, but mar-

tragic story as' related by 'East-west the mileage will be gins of victory were slim enoughto

Ronald himself, began last Friday pout 2 l4| as compared with the give all candidates a few rough :r _

1 afternoon when he got off the former 1% mile measurement. hours before the final, ballot was ___

school bus in front of his house I The extension authorization checked. L :

Jessie Hansen, victim of a Ronald Hanse '. dog (near doorway) and cat (on steps) wait patiently I about 4:30 o'clock went inside and ..was passed with a referendum City Clerk Carl Johns scored a I -

knife wlefded by her 15-year-old for'their master who a being held in county jail here for the!, asked his mother for a piece of tlause making it effective upon close victory of 31 votes over his _& 1 (

son. Is pictarrd above as she fatal stabbing of his mother. 1 I cake. After eating. the cake, he ."approval by voters in both the opponent L. F. (Monk) Dinkins. .- -

for before moving "messed around" outside for awhile -J, I The final 4r_ ___
posed snapshot ; new and old areas. Tuesday's I count was Johns 543,

to Starke two years ago. I taking a swim in a 'swim- count was 701 in favor of extension -'Dinkins 512.

.. The Meal That Never Was Eaten .1- I to 349 against. W. E. Thornton's victory mar- -
; City Election candidates "mourner's bench"
.. : good-naturedly occupy
'--,-., .- 'S Mayor J. R. Wainwright said gin for re-election as Chief of
r (" 't- while waiting for voters to mark ballots. Left
up to right: George
,,- yesterday that firs and police ProItection Police was likewise a slim 63 votes.In .
THANKS '._--. -c-A was extended to the new a nip and tuck count, the final Kopelousos Carl Johns, Billy Noegel, Ebb Thornton, Herb Thomas, and

t' area immediately. Garbage collection tally was Thornton 559 to 496 for Monk Dinkins. Interested' spectators standing in rear are: former

service will be put into his running mate, Herb Thomas. Police Chief Lonzl Alvarez, B. T. Thomas, Dewey Williams, and Karl
For The -
Candy, 11 : I effect in areas where houses are Incumbent' VV. T. (Billy) Jack- Steinhagen. Thomas and Williams are exhibiting "Crjing Towel"

11 .I sufficiently concentrated as soon son was returned to his place on which will go to losing candi ..tes.

Said'Ronald -- as the city can make necessary the Council with 546 votes, whilea -
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--. arrangements.
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.: "Although a population of 4,500 George Kopelousos and W.. H.

By. Walter Mixson' for the "new Starke" would be (Billy) Noegel for second place.

,., ... considered a conservative In the see-saw competition Kope
Did he like to swim? estimate j ---
lousos vi tor
the town finally emerged by 4)
actually
must
"Yes," the boy answered eagerly.He 1 wait another -I three votes. The. count was :
r seven to
years get its '
liked it very much. '. 1j lation popu- Kopelousos 489, Noegel 486.
j figure changed officially.The .
And what his favorite recreation
was next federal Fourth, man in the Council race, -111
? ':What did ,he like to play untir 1960 and the census state won't census be, S. E. Sparks trailed with 307. -

almost? .- which used to be taken every five Mayor J. R. Wainwright, unopposed -

,Well he liked sports all kinds years, has been discontinued. The : received a "complimentary':

of games. And he had some tools 1950 vote of 7 4t.Voting .
: -. census gave Starke a count '
he..liked to build things with. ] .- I of 2,901 which was considered "too I was brisk early in the 1 ; .

We were In the sheriffs car ; ow," but was never altered.PhiWp1Qll1pany". morning and late in the afternoon. i ,
Monday afternoon headed south on but showed a surprising lag during j

the Keystone Heights road. Deputy .the middle of the day., The I

Cecil"Sewell looking rather tired total of 1,076 ballots cast was -
meal of fried fish remains kitchen table after Starke -- ,
Rejected on -
slihtlIess than the record of '
and worn after ta couple of.sleep* I -- '"-
, less nights,'.was-drrrtng: Thejl joutb,.quarrelled with his mother_over purchase' of. "' jungle.-knife.- -::....- ._ 1.139 in 195t, -J % S

year-old boy sat etwCiiti'tiriver "=:.(Photo by DepnfjlEve"retraicKlnEey\ ). BllyLocat1ollFor The new officials will be swornin ; '

and me on the front seat at the Council meeting on I ;
den ujider the floor of the oldrottingdown ouldn't be found, so when the hy- October 6.
and chattered away as youngstersdo.
chicken house xxkrmic syringe discovered, 3y .
wp
He.wsJJjlressed slacks anda
:'-baretooted : ,When asked what he intended :he.boy shouted triumphantly that Gas Station
shirt, and his "I CommissionersDiscuss
doing ,with the explosives, Ronald he hadn't lied about that. ,
brown, uncombed. hair, needed cut';
tlng-: said, "I was going to use the dyna On the way back to town I asked I

mite to blow up the creek, ,so I'c Ronald how he got along in school? Sale of the Raif V. Alvarez Problems
He
.liked movies fine especial.ly .
have a better swimming hole." He said that he hadn't done 'so property at the intersection of
western pictures. Gene Autrywas I Ronald Hansen, pictured in
his The boy also told of a hypoderm well;; that he had been in tots of Lafayette St. with Highway 301 Of DrainageThe
favorite star. Roy Rogers
jail, of
county awaiting disposal
ic syringe tnd needle he had found fights. Then I asked him how he I was recorded this week in the of-
was too fancy. Comic books? Oh .
I This was hidden under the front had got along in New York City,* his case in Circuit Court. fice of Clerk of the Circuit Court.
yes, he liked: comics of all kinds Bradford County Board of
porch and he was going to use He said he did all right there except Purchaser of the property for
had a lot of them. And radio ming hole in back of the house J9.000 County Commissioners met in
''the needle to make a dart., for one time he had gotten was the. Phillips Petroleum
'programs? His favorites were the and playing, in an old, unused regular session Tuesday with all
Before leaving the jail Ronald into some trouble as the result of : Co. of Bartlesville; Okla. It will
mystery type and "The Lone Rang. chicken house in the back yard. I members present. The meeting
had asked the deputy if he could "Jerning" a gang of boys whQ went be used as a site for one of thecompany's
er. Late in the afternoon he came .was held a day late because of the.
get his radio and some candy he I. around breaking windows and chain of service sta
This was Labor in for supper and expressed displeasure :Labor Day holiday.
Day, a holidayfor
had at the h use: Sewell said he stealing things. A couple of police tions. This property is familiarly ,
most'people, and judging from over the meal his mother Mack Futch, attorney for the I
would see about iU One of Ronald's man friends had gotten him out of known to older residents as the
the boy's actions, his talk about: and served that night, saying some Hamrick Seaboard Airline Railway, appearI
biggest concerns at the moment this his father had whipped property.
this and that, and this seeming I 'whether fried fish and milk he was given Another ed >before the board ,in connection
I seemed to be over sizeable transaction1
liiht heartedness, think I him.Talking soured. As he helped his -
was
you'd we corded with a drainage problem on property
had been
or not his dog and cat with school officialILiter was the sale of Azalea
were on a holiday trip. But we' mother clean up the kitchen they Motor owned by the railroad on the
I learned that Ronald had Court south of Starke
,weren't The boy, Ronald Hansen. fed.When had some words over the house on
I \ #1 northern outskirts of Starke. Futch
we arrived at Ronald's been somewhat of a problem child for 27000. The property w sold
was the-deputy's prisoner, and I hold chores. Then ,Ronald asked said that the railroad would like
,home and entered the front gate since entering school In Starke.He ; by Fred and Hedwig Hische- Election officials (top) were kept busy throughout the day, hand
had come along as a re-I i Mrs. Hansen to buy him a knife the to defer action
newspaper for county on
!', the dog Lady met us and Joyfullyi had been suspended once, but to George Koenig. ling ballots for both the regular and special election.
porter. We were pn our way out to replace one school authoritieshad 1 this problem until a county-ap-
his"mother's
Other
jumped up on, Ronald and Sewell'The pleas had gotten him recent transactions
I She refused : Lower photo shows waiting line which strung out across Thompson
to the boy's house two miles southeast I taken from him. The pointed engineer and the railroad
yard was standing in water reinstated. At that time the prin- Frances Wilkinson
of Starke where Ronald said I, i saying she wanted to get him home on engineer could get together and decide Street at peak of rush after 5 p.m. when voters got off from work.
from recent heavy rains, and weI cipal recommended placing Ronaldin West Madison to Ovid G. Lewis,
he had stabbed his mother to death something more useful
what each party was up
I sloshed our way through knee-high an institution of some kind, but '8,500. -
the previous Friday night I I weeds the back During the conversation Ron- The Bertie against The board agreed to defer -
to yard where the Mrs. Hansen wouldn't hear to that. (Mrs. J. C.) Terrell
The body of Mrs. Jessie Hansen ald had been sharpening knives
action on this matter. )
chicken house stood. The house On any
one occasion, the principal property on Church St, just northof
ha'd been found by Deputy Sewell from a set kept in the kitchen V. R. before
i Ferguson appeared
was a small wooden frame struct- had to pull Ronald off a 'ittle girl park, to George L. Patten '
Saturday and th boy had confessed table drawer. This was one of his to
the board and asked permission ]
,tire. painted a light cream color who he had knocked down and 3,100..
,that he had killed her in an jobs, he said.' the
convert the
canning factory on
with green trim. A television aerial was clubbing her head against the Residence in Hampton sold
argument over a "Jungle knife." It was at this point that he step by school grounds to an agricultural L
was mounted on top of the roof. ground. For that Ronald received Avon Slade to George Colsie I
Now we were on our way to the ped behind his mother and stabbed tuilding. The board agreed that ,
We pushed aside some old chicken scene of the crime to look tor her in the back between the left
since the was not
wire and entered the huge dilapidated keep the boy occupied and out, of Carl and Thelma Redgrave canning factory -- -
some dynamite sticks and hand chicken house. The.floor mischief, the principal put him to shoulder blade and the neck. Ap to Jerome Johns, 2 acres and Johns being used very much- for its orig- : : ;: : ;'
residence -
grenades the boy said he had hid. parently, from blood marks on the inal purpose, the school could putit
boards were rotting and missing in painting some tables, and the boy on Crystal Lake 4000. fr-
wall the woman tried to sit on a to better it for .
some places. Ronald couldn't remember seemed to enjoy this task. He had I B. S. and Cora Hardman to use by using -A4- '-
One Less Rattler chair at the kitchen,table, but fell classrooms. Permission was granted. -
exactly where the dynamite been placed In a lass for "excep- Hardy R. and B. L. Godwin of '
to the floor where she bled to .
w- and grenades were hidden. A tional" children, which meant that death. Jacksonville Lots 1, 2 and 12, ,

.t search was made under all sections he w sn't exceptional in the usual Harrison's subdivison Hampton The board agreed to contribute

of the floor but the loot was not sense of the word but that he was The boy then wiped the knife Lake, $3,500. $125 toward the construction of a

uncovered. somewhat retarded and couldn't clean with a rag and placed it Ceo. W. and Edith Coker ,i concession building to be. operated'
back In the table drawer. He to I
-, Giving up on the search for th* adjust to usual classroom condi- Geo. A. Hibbs, house and lot in by the Bradford High band This
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threw the in garbage.In !
explosives, we went back aroundto rag some Security Homesites (Robertsville was granted on the condition that'

I the front of the house and look tions.When we got back to town from his confession, which was 4000. ) the school board contribute the I

S ed for the hypodermic syringe and the trip just described, Deputy tape recorded at the county jail Junius M. and Virginia Smith to same amount. T. T. Long, president -
Cecil Sewell Ronald
0 needle under the front porch. Ron- Sewell stopped at a filling station by Deputy Ralph and Doris Begue Lots 2, 3, of the Band Parents Association .
p4 said he scared and out of
.ald couldn't remember exactly and bought Ronald two candy bars. the house.was He went to ran the swim- t, Block C, Blanding subdivision and C. S. Partin, principal of I Li t -A

where that was either but Rewell The boy was delighted and asked 1000. Bradford High, appeared in behalfof I
ming hole, took a bath and then -Polaroid 1-Mlnnte Photo by the Te1eatapb-
finally located it resting on top of: Sewell how much he owed him.I Anna Baxter to Ruth C. LaVeenof the Band Parents Association.A .
; one of the pillars that supported The deputy said "nothing." caught a ride into town with a Lake Butler bid from the National Cash
,I man who stopped briefly at Pine farm home on Anxious eyes were trained on table in city haY where ballots were
:t. the house. We Register Co. on a validating ma-
entered the Brownlee
: jail Ronald said, i Tree Inn.Arriving. road 16 acres, $4,000. counted. Interest Is evidenced by spectators looking through window
,- .. Sewell had accused Ronald of "Thanks again for the candy," chine to be used by the county tax
i'1c ; lying about the dl in Starke' between 7 collector was opened and examined. -:ind waiting. for final tally.
dynamite when it marched to his cell I :
l-f.- -' 1 : up and___ 8_ t.-.m'_'_. the.__ boy_ went'_ .___ to u the Matthews Reunion" The bid in the amount of I'

# --- Blanding Gets More Than Two Feet bus to New station York to City.ask about He the was fare ad- At Fanning Springs $2,600 was accepted. Drivers Licenses Marine Recruiter

I vised to come back the next morn- Draws Big CrowdOne Are Due Sept. 30 Here Tuesday
Hair Show
i: : Of Rainfall July And AugustA ing and catch the 10:10 north. Style ? 1
(lot that new driver's license
After leaving the bus station, hundred sixty-four descend- Shifted To
LegionThe
local
They're on sale at the county Jjudge's J M-Sgt. H. W. Meserve.
', ants John
of E.
of 26.56 inches rain
i ,- ";" of office now and will be on Marine recruiter will be at the
\ .. was recorded at Camp Blanding'Two New Members :home with two boys in a green settled at Ft. Call in Columbia scene of the Hair Style .
-, '\ weather station during the two- pickup truck. Back at the house, County early in the 18008 gathered Contest and Minstrel Show to be sale for the regular price of $1 for Starke post off ice, building every
license and $2 for
an operator's achauffeur's
month period, July and lugust Welcomed At Rotary he changed into a pair of new Fanning Springs on Labor given by the CBU Unit has been Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

r _, J" L A measurable amount of rain shoes and a new shirt locked, his Day for their annual reunion, changed from the Woman's Club license throught Sept. and men and women dasirins Information -
30. After that a $1 delinquent fee
was recorded at the station on Two new members County. cat and dog in his room leaving a started in 1941.According to the American Legion Hall it I. concerning enlistment in

Seven-year-old Geraldine Gay, 16, days In. July. and 19 days In Judge T. A Yawn and David H. pan of ,,-ateifor them; walked out : to history of the fam ,was announced this week. The must be paid or a driver's test''I the Marine Cbrps are invited to
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Simpson automobile: dealer the i fly, compiled by Jack Matthews of at 8 taken.
August, : on the front porch and pulled event will be held Sept. 18 visit the sergeant during those
,Gay, is pictured with 5% toot Total for July was 8.61 inches were welcomed into the Rotary main light switch located there. Trenton the Matthews family in p.m. County Judge T. A. Yawn has|!1:hours.

rattlesnake which she spotted on and August broke the record with Club at its luncheon meeting here He said he didn't go into the kit- Liberty County,Georgia was massacred I announced that through Wednes'I'I

Labor Day near the dorstep of 17.95 Inckea.Masonic. Wednesday.The chen where the body of his mother i by Indians, the only survivors i Taft MemorialMrs. day 1,190 p-f:nits had i

the L. A. Davis cottage on Grand-; program in charge of Judge lay because he was too frightened. being two young boys,'Frank and The county judge's office hours i Recent Births

In Lake. Mr, Gay and Davis lake while Gas- Notice G. L. Patten, included a color Once more he caught a ride into John E. They later made their Pauline Torode, 'county are from 8:20 to 12:00 and 1:00 to I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martin

sett were fishing on the Starke and was let out near the way to Florida, John E. settling at chairman of the Cancer Fund, announces 5:00 on week'days. Saturday hours I announce the birth of a daughter

GeraJdine .rgnuined the behind with Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & movie on cars of tomorrow.The high school stadium between 8 Ft. Call and Frank pioneering that funds are being are from 8:30 to 12:00 noon. Rebecca Lou. on Sept. 1 in Alacbua

Joe handyman.Bennett.Bennett Gay's almost negro step- A.M. win hold its regular bimonthly club voted to share expensesof and 10 p.m. He walked back to further into South Florida. raised for a memorial to the late. Recent BirthMr. General HospitalMr.

young people attending the the business section and, finding John B. the of -
ped on the snake before Geraldine meeting Monday Sept. 14. itS was grandfather Sen. Robert A. Taft. Anyone wish

spied the rattler and shouted to p.m. in the Masonic Temple. All State Safety Conference in Jack: I some "cowboard (cardboard) behind E. S. Matthews of Starke, :Mrs. All ing to contribute to this memo- and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and ){n. Robert E. Smithof

the elderly negro who killed it members and visiting Master. sonvQle this weekend, and also to I a store, he'bedded down at the Richarde of the State Farm and rial fund may leave donations announce the birth of a son. La- Lawtey announce the birth of
courthouse for the night It wasI Mrs. L. M. Edwards of Ft. Lauder- with the 4 in son. Robert E., Jr., on Sept :5,
with a board. It had seven rattles Masons are invited to attend. Refreshments sponsor Claude Johns for a Rotary. t Mrs. Torode or county- vern Harrison, Jr., on Sept. __a

and a button. will be sejved. fellowship to study abroad. I (Continued on page eight) I dale. treasurer George Kopelousos. St. Vincent's Hospital. in Doctor's Conic Hospitalr'
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:: PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER' 11, 193S
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RITA HAYWORTH AS SALOME .. .
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i:: BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWSEDi' _-. .'0 ._', '. '. :_ ,_ .. ,., _'_ ;., ._= __ ..,iI

COUNTY IA EDITOR f _wo

I 4 VIEWPOINT ,. 'PLENTY OF HOT WEEK

TELEGRAPH ._ PUBLISHER I END SPECIALS !

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f OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED. CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD \ .." ""-'

f Published every Friday and entered as'second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under .

the Aet of March 3, 879.
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MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION 3'r

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Starke Takes A Step Ahead ..: ---- jQurmtityffigLbReserved
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With the recording of another big vote '(in where riots and other unpleasant incidentsare --

excess of a thousand ballots cast), the 1953 often witnessed at the polls. :::::
t' City Election was written into history books Tuesday's election was especially signi-
J here Tuesday. ficant in Starke because it decided a matter I///I/I"I-

f' Although some of the races were exceed that has been debated,pro and con in recent Prices Good Thru Sat., Sept. 12
ingly close, it is gratifying to note that at weeks: an extension of the city limits. We ... '
feel that the voters acted wisely in endorsingthis
no time was there any show of, ill feeling on r
the part of one candidate toward another. nor measure by a majority of two to one ; ; low Prices 152 Call Street Jtes

any evidence of poor sportsmanship. The indicating that they want Starke to grow ,:f plrv: : EverydaySpecials .
winners took their victories graciously, and and take its rightful place among.the thriv- Starke Florida
the losers accepted their defeats in the same ing small cities of Florida.; M Too ,
Here again,.although there were naturallysome
manner.
who did not see eye to eye with those .
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We would particularly like to call the at- c'k
,who advoca'ted'expansion., there were no
readers to the
tention of our photograph on
bitter clashes and those who the
the front of this issue, showing practically opposed N SURE-MIX Limit 1 with '
page measure took the decision at the polls good ( $5 or More Food Order)
every candidate in the race sitting

together on a City Hall bench, obviously naturedly. .
Without doubt, expansion of the town's 7ftC
CRISCO I S 3LbCan
enjoying one anothers company (even' op- area will bring many new problems and
ponents) while waiting for the voters to I
many new responsibilities to those in chargeof ,
their decisions. that's typical
render Maybe ,
the ,
administration. But feel
"small town stuff. If so, it's just another that the city's problems will be more than we offset The glamorous Rita Hayworth gives her version of the "Dance of MAXWELL HOUSE (Limit 1 1 with $5 or More Food Order)
reason we think a small town is the best the. Seven Veils" in "Salome", playing at the Florida Theatre this: "
by advantages that will accrue from the
place on earth to live and rear a family. extension and we believe that it 'will be' an Sunday and Monday. I b.Can.
COFFEE F
How different in i this election day picture added stimulus to the growth and develop- ..YYY..TTTTT.T..TTTT week from Birmingham. Ala..\ 19C

from that experienced ,in some., of our cities ment of the town. where he visited\ his sister on his I t

Keystone Heightsby way back from the summer In < .
I' Commonsense View Of SegregationDuring 1 Highlands N. C. :Mrs. Reynolds, O'Sage .

Sirs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA returned earlier. No 21/2 Can C
> recent years the. press of the and control as much as do those in the South.I Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles PEACHES E S 21
have returned from a stay at hisfather's
United States has reflected opinion in various Atlanta Is without question the Negro I .
in Cana ,
lodge Brunswick
sections of the country concerning segrega- capital of the world. It is the center of On Saturday, Sept. 5, Miss Su- da.
tion in our public schools and the probable Negro culture education, business and fi- sie Siprelle was hostess at a shower DONALD DUCK
Mr. and Mrs.John Powers have'
effect of integration on the pupils and the nance. And both Negroes and whites live, for Miss Janice Jay of Melrose,
who will be married next Satur- returned home from a vacationin .
community as a whole. On January 25,1953, work and operate business without either .. Quart
day in the Methodist Church at Pennsylvania. I MAYONNAISE I S E 47C
0 Davis Lee, Negro publisher of the Newark, being conscious of the other's race. i Interlachen. There were nine Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams
N. J. 'Telegram", expressed a sound and "This movement to integrate the schools guests at the shower. were among those who attendedthe
timely view of the possible repercussionsthat in the South is loaded with more racial l dyna- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Baker opening of the new park at

might reasonably be expected if integration mite than appears on the surface, and the have been here for a few days, Cedar Key on Monday. They spent Pillsbury Plain or Self-Rising
were to be made effective. He said Negro will be the one who is blown away. stopping with his nephew, An- the weekend there.
in part ""During the last two years I have spent thony Baker. The Bakers are on Mrs. LIndsay Walker and FLOUR eusARMOUR'S 10L.bs93C
"The efforts being made ,by' certain paid more time in the South than I :have in my their way back to their home, in daughter, Linda were. hostesses
agitators and pressure groups to have segregated office, and I have interviewed thousands of Cuba where he is employed by Thursday evening of last week
'schools in the South 'unconstitutional :Negroes'iii.'all walks of life and I have found one of the large sugar companies. at a shower for Miss Anne Wal-
They have been in New Englandand rath who \\ill.be married in Octo .. .
may cause southern Negroes to lose_ very few who favor mixed schools. They New York. ., ,
ber. About 20 -- -
-
a lot more than they will gain. *' want their own schools, but equal facilities. guests were pres-
Frank Scott is In RiversideHospital ent and the honoree received many -
"The, trouble with this government as This .being the situation one questions the Jacksonville, for treat lovely gifts.Robert.Jaekson. ALASKA
with similar ones, is that the initiators don't fairness.of- forcing these colored! citizens to ,
a lieutenant in
count the overall cost to th .race. The pres- accept what they don't want. If a little group ment.Kyle McMurtry is home after 'the National Guard, has returned

ent.,effort is designed to destroy the whole, of, paid, agitators succeed in forcing their being in Riverside Hospital for from two weeks camp in Georgia.He TREET SALMON
pattern of segregation, and to-establish an will jjpon'these people it appears to me that several days. has resumed his work as Signal :.
integrated social order in which there will they, should atleast: be given an opportunity Mr. and Mrs. Southerland spent Shop Supervisor the State

be no distinction made in this country on the to be hea .d. the long weekend in Naples Fla. Maintenance Department at Camp .

basis of race, religion, color or nationality. "Right now the southern Negro is in a William Reynolds returned last Blanding.... : 12-ozCan / No 1 Tall

"This is a laudable objective, but human better, ..spot 'educationally, politically and i I 43C 33C
nature just has not changed that much, and economically than the Negroes any place else
the achievement of such an objective could in the world Race relations are contipually .

cause repercussions that might set the improving. Every day more southerners are FLORIDA THEATRE .. -- -
Negro back 50 years. recognizing the Negro as a man and according .. ----- ,. -
"Integration in the schools in the North him respect that he merits, but the southern .
2 BIG DAYS2
and East is not a howling success. A Negrocan Negro himself can do more about improving -- Corn-Fed, Rib End, Loin

attend most of the schools up here and conditions than can courts, legislation or

get an education, bat,few of the states that pressure groups .. SUN. MON. SEPT. 13 14 Lb
educate him will hire him as a teacher. The "Despite all the hullabaloo about the liberal ,. PORK ROAST 43C

State of Connecticut doesn't have 25 Negro North and East., no Negro has been made
teachers. head of a State College or University. Down

"Nowhere in these integrated states do South the woods 'are full of Negro college d9:7e e': Center-Cut

Negroes get anywhere near proportionate and university'presidents. In Texas a Negro
representation. Every device is employed to college president of a state school gets / / *' PORK Lb
keep qualified Negroes from being assigned. $15,000 a year."Negroes /tie 6t tnaqnctwe I CHOPS S. :. 59C

Recently a reputable New York labor union need to"refresh their memorieson ;

made a report on the employment of Negro the factthat just a few years ago we were I
teachers. New'York City and charged thata raising Cain because colored kids in the yew __ U. S. 'CHOICE" Eat-Rite Beef

systematic scheme has been adopted to South were,being taught by white teachers.We Lb

exclude' Negroes aa'teachersr wanted them taught by Negroes. As 1__ CHUCK ROAST 39C
"This is not true in the South. The stateof Negroes qualified, Negro teachers replaced d av

Georgia employs 7,313 Negro teachers white teachers until now Negro'teachers have _

and paid them close to 15000.000 in salaries completely taken over. __ ._
last year. North Carolina paid its Negro "A group goes back into the courts declaring .0_n __ .'._ _
teachers over $22,000,000 last year, Floridais that the Negro is not satisfied
now
another state that ranks at the HICKORY SWEET Sliced SUPERBRAND
top. on with equal facilities, that the separate but I. .
Negro teacher pay. *-
equal Jaw'
unconstitutional
that nothing
"If ,these states, that are,' now pouring less than integration ,
will do. That doesn't
millions of dollars annually into Negro seem fair'to me." BACON LEO
pockets which provide,our people with money .
that enables them, to enjoy the: dignity of We ; : p $
applaud publisher Lee _
for
his com- J I
man,,to enjoy the prestige and respectability,
monsense'
viewpoint
and believe
that
he has
to buy homes and the necessities of life, are performed Lb '
a genuine Lbs
service to members of
forced to abandon the segregated school. 75 his 19C ,
35C
race by giving them
per cent of the Negro teachers in, the South matter that an angle on an important 6
they might have
will !lose their jobs. Not only that, but approximately before. It should also overlooked -

20,000 Negro principals will lose thought to give food for .. .
their jobs as well other members some professional do-gooders and O' .. .; .. __,. .. _'.."- .'. .- .
'This of the white race who for :
present movement to end
segregation personal gain other
in the schools. is merely the beginning'' agitating an issue or they selfish do not fully reasons under-are Sweet Tender Ears, N. Y. State ,
of well-laid
a plan to
completely end segregation stand.
We
,hope that this editorial
in everything in the South. If this happens the will be
given widest
competition, the Negro with will be. thrown into direct appeared in the August possible issue distribution.of '"The New It ?;. FRESH CORN SEars 29C
the white
business institutions race, and our Age". the official organ of Scottish Rite of .;:
will
crumble. .
>.o :
,"No place in the world do Negroes own'YTTTTTT Freemasonry who and we are grateful .to the COLUMBIA\: :. PICTURES .
person called it to our attention. .... Thompson SweetSEEDLESS
......TTTT.T Lauderdale .
Fla. ,
.Wednesday'night guests of the I';'end ,in Sharon Lake Youman.Butler with classmate RITA Lbs
STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA' GRAPES S 2 29
E. J.. Mr.Yarbroughs and Mrs.were Mitchell their daughter Baxley-I I Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Crews had HAYWORTHSTEWART .

and daughter of Daytona Beach. i Dewey Thornton of their Force A I

The State Farm Community Mr, and Mrs. IL S. Rosier had'(.'i with them: for the weekend. Dewey RUSO Sliced, Sweetened, QuickFrozenSTRAWBERRIES.

Club held its first 'meeting after as Labor Day weekend guests, 'formerly lived here at the State .t .

summer adjournment Tuesday af- Mrs. Roster's sister Mrs. W. L. Farm.
Armstrong and, daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendoni I GRANGER I SCans 99C
ternoon September 8 with twenty *
Gequetta O-Gline and daughter.i i I and sons, Tommie and Spanky 1
members and six visitors present. Inza Lou alT of '
Dover Fla. and IISALOME :
spent a most
'l'he'dub house was beautifully Miss Jane Barker enjoyable weekendin ;
of Plant City. I
decorated with mixed zinnias and Mr. and Mrs. Don Tilley from Tampa visiting Mrs. McLen- j. Duncan Hines Quick-Frozen
red princess feather. After the usual Jacksonville spent the weekend don's sister, Mrs C. .R. McDonelL &: '

order of business club mem- with Mrs. M. J. Collins and Mr. Sunday guests of the Bradleyswere cs. Cons
bers had a grand time getting ac- ,TUley's ,mother, Mrs o le RANGE 7
Peggy Shal- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bradley E J JUICE I' E 99C
Mrs.quainted L. C.with Smith.several Mrs.newcomers William !ler of Starke :and son of Starke and Mr. and CHARLES LAUGHTON I

Pendley, Mrs Milo Seigler, :Mrs.Clyde Detective Hoyt Haymans Jr. of Mrs. V. N. Geiger of Jacksonville. J} I
the I fim ANDBSON'St
Gainesville Police CEWC HARDTKXEBASL
Belch. Mrs. W. G. Cofield Departmentand .Ii i ; JEWELL'S Frozen Fresh 2 4-lb.
and her mother, Mrs. Plant. Delicious wife and young aon. Skipper. IN MEMORIAMIn SYDNEf.MAURJCE SCHVARTZAKNOWMOSS'AUNBAOB. .g Frying
refreshments of assorted spent Monday afternoon with the :;-, .. ter:
.
L. L. Wainwrights. remembrance of beloved $ J.39
our
I .
sandwiches cookies and iced tea Mo.usto+IMXSMX ; CHICKENS.ch S
were served by Mrs. W. E. Feagie Sunday callers with the P, S. I!husband and father who departed < e I
and Mrs. L. L. Griffis hostesses. Crewses were Rev. and"Mrs. A. L. this life on Sept. 3. We miss youso
'Mr. and !.Irs.., G. E. crews had KUenfelt and son visiting pas- i much but 0 Jesus knows all .c
Mrs. Crews' brother, Edwin H. tor of the First Christian Church about our struggles. He will guidetill y Jim
demons and wife of Miami for of Starke. the day is done. .and he. will LbJi
the weekend. L. J. Clemons of Gainesville j.not refuse us a home in heaven.May JEWELL FRYER BREASTS 99C
Mrs W. E. Feagle spent last,spent Tuesday of this week visiting 'I God help us. to meet. him lad Plat if Eli1111'' a.PrHICri h uin.inMiiiiuiii noon ",- I
Tuesday In Keystone Heights with 1 his sister, Mrs. G. E. Crews.j I l again where parting"is no more. a'ECmTII: CCWORATX: nOXJCDON .

Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gentry of Ft. Carolyn Crews spent the week- Esther Griffis and family """ .. .
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-TTT -YTTTTTTTYYTYTYTTyyf ness caller in Gainesville on Tues- when he grows up. 'TYYYTTTT.TTTTYTTTTYTTYY1 fotlre To Appear.To I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on This notice shall be published' 1953. '
The most beautiful tree on our : Nell Kuhn; .residence and ad- or before the 5 day of October 185J! : once each week for font consecutive (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Darby
, day. dress is unknown. otherwise the allegations of said' weeks in the :Bradford County Tele- Clerk of the Circuit Court. I
HAMPTONby Mr. and Mrs. Bert Finch, Sr. rend campus at this time is the mimosa LAKE GENEVA You are hereby notified that a complaint will be taken as confessed I graph. By :Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Finch, Jr. of tree which Mr. Tidwell gave to the has suit been for filed Divorce against you in the by you. Dated this 3 day of September. tIt 4t 9:25:

St. Petersburg were recent guestsof school about five years ago. It above named Court and cause and
Mrs. Win. W. HammondAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA by Blanche CunnInghamMr. you are required to serve a copy of
:Mr. and Mrs. W./N. Jackson now has a. spread of forty-two your answer or pleading to the

and feet. AA-AAAAAAAAA AAAj A complaint on the Plaintiffs w44
family. Four hundred thirty-four meals Attorney E. K. Ferryman, Starke, %/
'if the readers of my column Miss Anne Brown of Starke and Mrs. Mills Batten and Floridaand atu ?
were served in our lunch room last file the original in the officeof 6
spent th holiday weekend with son and two grandchildren of pen-
wonder why there is not more week. Mrs. Percy Sullivan is assisting the Clerk of the Circuit Courten
her father, Loren Brown. ney, Farms were calling on old or before the
news I can. tell you. I am caring Mrs.'Johnson in the kitchen. 21 day of September, 1953;
Mrs. A. H. Kelsey, Mrs. Ben The baked ham and des- friends here recently. The Battens otherwise the allegations "Df said '
for a baby that was two weeks old LOper, Mrs. Dan Loper and son pineapple resided here a number of years Complaint will be taken as con
sert were exceptionally good. fessed by you v
! Monday, an eleven months old Kenny called on Mrs. W. W. Ham We have recently received some ago.Mrs. '[ This notice shall be publishedonce Pariii quests
little mond afternoon. each week for four consecutive J
baby, a boy three years old.It Tuesday new softballs of which we. are very F. L. Easterly of Jackson"ille' weeks in the Bradford County Tele-

and a girl five years old.. It will Mrs. Bruce,Roark ana children: proud. The 6th, 7th, and 8th was a recent guest of her graph. BY
Dated this 17 day of August. 1953.
It perhaps be a couple of weeks before Patsy and Buddy, of near Starke grade boys have organized .a soft- mother, Mrs. B. Cunningham, and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

things will be back to normal were Sunday dinner guests of her ball team and hope to play other family. Clerk of the Circuit Court.

Our home was really, saddened parents,.Mr.and :Mrs. R. F. DyaL schools in the county before the Mrs. J. Beezer and son, Louis, By Marian L. Crosby Deputy tt Clerk.9/11 i iSZl refer CokeYour @

(a i last week when my husband lost While playing ,one evening last year is over. returned to their home in Punx- u'rICE A
TO APPEARIB
J B both his mother and brother on week a small boy hit Buddy in the. Mrs. Perkins visited the Stephen sutawney, Pa. last week after Circuit Court. Bradford Coumtj

l r the same day They were in dif head with a hammer causing a Foster Memorial last Sunday. spending several weeks here with Florida Im Chaucer*
1
Eunice Jordan. Plaintiff, James
r., r ferent.hospitals and I hardly think gash that had to have a stitch. Hew There were. 58 pupils and four Mrs. Beezer's ,brother, H. Lucas, Edward Jordan Defendant.vs. '
that they knew of each others con s taken to the Doctors Clinic teachers in religious services last who underwent surgery in River- Case ;No. 10-032 guests-young or not are ('

, dition. A doable funeral was held Hospital at Starke Sunday. side Hospital and is now completely !robes: James To Appear.To Edward. Jordan, whose' ice-cold
Coke. Its
r in our old home town, Elkland,Pa: Mr.. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson ,of Howell Williams, Lamar Brown, recovered. residence and address is: Unknown sure to enjoy '
and burial in the there. Starke with his Your are hereby notified that a
family plot spent Sunday parents and Melvin: Eiland are helping to Mrs. Ida M. Gentry spent- the suit for Divorce and other relief matchless flavor sparks the party. .
I Mrs. G. P, Wadsworth was call- Mr. and Mrs.. W. N. Jack- get the library in order. weekend with her son-in-law and has been filed against you in the
above named Court and and
ed-to Tampa Sunday by the illness son.Services The sixth and seventh grades daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bus- you are required to serve cause a copy of keeps the fun going. Remember,

of a sister' ,at,the Christian church during tip first week organized bee at Orange Park. Miss Lillian your answer or pleading to the
r: :Joan Yarborough,'who Is employed will begin at 7:30 p.m. instead of their classes through the electionof Gentry, who has been spending on J.the Thomas Plaintiff Jr.',AttorneyA. Starke too, it's easy to serve Coke- I J Jam/ .

in Jacksonville spent the'weekend 8:00 o'clock. officers. The girls are Some time with them, returned Florida I ( ut ,

with his family here. Hampton'School News __ some textile painting on the doing cur- home, with her mother. and-file the original in 'the office? of ice cold ifc the bottle. 1 -

Mrs.', Dimples Brown of Flint, The eighth grade recently or- tains while the .
boyajire setting Friends of Mrs. E. A. Tucker
Mich, is visiting her father, J. H. ganized a Newspaper Club. We : up
the aquarium. will regret to hear she is
Parker,.and wife shall try to have interesting news Nell a patientin 7
Williams spent Labor Day Duval Medical Center followinga HEAR BETTER .. M
Russell
Dyal has employmentwith each week. The reporters are:
with her aunt and uncle in Orlando, severe heart attack. .
the. Farm Colony in- Gaines Classrooms:Iris McCullougn Ruth Joe Allen visited Jacksonville, and OR PAY NOTHING
Recent Gainesville .
visitors
ville. were
Perry, Willow Ruth Hammond Mrs.
R. C.
Williams'spent
Mrs. Ena Nazworth was a busi- Nancy Dryden, Audrey Raley, and holidays in the i Mr. and Mrs. R. Forsythe, Mrs. B. II111 IIIET-litl tllUIUll
: Tampa and the Gulf Carlson, Janice .
Emily McKinney. Sports: Allen Beaches., Forsythe, and Mrs.B. '
'VVYTVYYYVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVLOOK" Cochrane. Religion and Spiritual I Cunningham. 44
Some, fourth and '
fifth grade lilITH _
r Values: Howell Williams Campus Friends sympathize with Mrs. -- .
boys and
I girls visited Keystone I J
Activities: Jimmie Dyal and James Beach Agnes B. Lawrence in the recent =--- 1.
over the holidays. ,
Hall. Dining Room: Dewitt Her- death of her sister, Mrs. M. Firestone -

sey and Melvin Eiland. Library: William Carter went to Tampa. in Wilkensburg, Pa. Mrs. HEARING AIDS .
I Tony McGee visited in Orlando
Lamar Brown. Beatrice Firestone spent some time with THin GSEAT MODUS / Y
Stapleton, Doyle Her-
8th Grade Personalities Mrs. Lawrence a few years ago
iey and Marilyn Rhoden entered DCH ...COIdIdiaI DtoIca
Lamar Brown is the son of Mrs. and was loved'by all who knew $75 .
school this week.BAYLESS. 1
bi.. Florrie B.:Brown. He lives with her.VVVVVVTVTVVTVYYYTTVYTVVT. u'

his mother ,and grandmother In NLICANOVA

I Hampton. .I*mar is'13 years old, YYTTT.TTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTT t I

five feet five inches taU) and weighs

111 pounds.. 'He'is a member of HIWAY% HEILBRONNby PHARMACYPhone i

the First
Baptist Church at Hampton 160 Starke, Fla.
.I ;and attends the. Sunday School by Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAL -
Marian
and Training Union every Sunday. NormantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMONUMENTS ..

Lamar likes to tinker with radios

and plans to be a radio repair: man Church News
Mr. and Mrs.
Barney Eggersand
AROUND. Rev. Gwin filled his appointmentat
r children of Jacksonville spent
Bayless Hiway Sunday mornIng -
last weekend with relatives
here.
DONT LET your insurance and evening. A large crowd attended LOWEST PRICES I .
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns of

problems care for hemselves both services. Tavares were weekend guests of FINEST QUALITYI
The Bayless Hiway W. M. U.
I perhaps lose your home, met with Mrs. L. A. Crosby relatives here. No Extra ChargeFor n '.

business, car or other prop- JUST ONE Tuesday night. Mrs. O. E. Crosby Mrs. Ancel Norman and Fred Setting In Or Near 4 .

FRIGIDAIREMade conducted the business meetingIn Johnson accompanied their mother, / Buy it by the case _
crty. Mrs. Florence Johnson, to Tampa STARKEA' .
only by General the absence of the president "
I, Mrs.. Helen Sapp. Mrs. Bob Gwin Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Johnson or carton. -
,
Let give All other
Call on us. us your Motors Corp. stayed for an indefinite visit with ,
program' chairman led the discussion -
insurance affairs expert attention Electric Refrigerators are and plans made for the her daughter, :Mrs. G. C. Rhodes: '

and provide you made by'other companiesand season of prayer for the week of Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Norman returned : I r'
cannot use the word home Sunday afternoon.' .
1416. refreshments .
with dependable protection! sept. Light .. '
Frigidaire. were served at the close of the :Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and / .
Write For Free Folder
meeting tov the tight members :Mr. and :Mrs. B. M. McRae of Pine. -

Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE present. Level celebrated their wedding an-: ATUNTICMLMORIALS.IXC. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY Y"Cob" -

PersonalWe. niversaries Saturday night with a ESTABLISHED 1930 ,
; H C. WALL ? ? at the home
are sorry we didn't have supper of the latter.It :: '
THEN SEE any news last week but as most o f was the Normans' 33rd anniver- 71S fORIST ST. is o registered trade-mark. e 1953.THE COCA.COU COMPANY

AGENCY sary, and the McRaes' 24th. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
if ; you know it rained and rained

and rained some more and we Leroy Norman is still on the
v Phone 146 E H. SMITHTenth I
g :. couldn't get around to find out sick list this week. Mrs. Lucille -

t -. 200 E. Call Street what the neighbors were doing. Rowe is also HI. FORD'S NEW RIDE reduces front end road shock up :

StarkeAA'ttAAAAAAAJ'AA'AAAAAAAAAA I ud-TempJe Aye.. Friends of Dot Barneswoodswho The: revival, with E. R. Anderson r to 80%. New spring and shock absorber .

y-. Stark, Fla. 44 live Kentucky will regret, as ,evangelist closed.Saturday, .' action helps make' even the roughest
. fo hear of her near serious ac night. No new members were add- roads carpet-smooth.

0 cident.. which happened recently. ed to the church roll, but a great

I Her pressure cooker blew up and revival of interest was felt. The

painfully burned her face, chest choir leader of Springfield

Truly Expert and hands. She is recuperatingnow. Church in Jacksonville was Baptist withus FORD'S CRESTMARK BODY is hull-tight to

seal out weather and noise. Its lower,
one night_and led the singing.
Mr. and Mrs., R. E. Jones and ., .-r:. wider, longer look sets the style, its Full-
Radio And
daughter Evelyn and Mrs. Alex were served by the hostess. Circle visibility adds to your safety.

SERVICE Barnes and children spent Labor :Mrs. Kirby Crews cut her handin

Day weekend in Dothan, Ala. visi- an electric fan Sunday morning.She .

ting relatives. picked it up to move it and

AIL MAKES ALL MODELS We're very glad to see Eddie and the blade caught her finger and

Daisy Norman at church Sunday cut it real bad. ___ _

FREE ESTIMATES CALL 239 night, they are living here againfor Bob Carraway of Orlando is
| awhile. LAl
visiting his brother-in-law and sister -
We welcome the L. C. Sapps to
Most Experienced Finest Equipped( Bayless Hiway, they have boughthis Mr. and :Mrs. Raymond Crosby. Al Alx

,Satisfaction Guaranteed father Ellery Sapp's farm. Thought for the week-Work as

They have been living in Mississippi if you were going to live a hun-
dred years and pray as if you
doing construction work.
Chas C. Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham of were going to die to-morrow.

Jacksonville spent part of last Benj. FranklinNOTICE +1

i ) Radio TV Sales & Services: Seat Covers] week with her sister and brother TO APPEAR

PHONE 239 t STARKE, FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown. They In Circuit Court. Bradford Co..tr,
Florida IB Chaaeerr. .
niwwwuuwuWSPECIAL enjoyed fishing or rather tryingto Milburn Hoag, flaintiff, vs. Rich-
fish. I hear they spent about ard Hoag, Defendant.Case

half of their time stuck in the Notice To Appear No. 10-037

mud puddles. Speaking of being To: Richard Hoag, whose residence !! r
stuck, Howard and :Mary and Mrs. and address is: 6908 George
NOTICETHE Palmer Highway, Seat Pleasant. ,
Brown also Mrs. Vola Goodmanwere Maryland.

really stuck Friday tryingto suit You for are hereby notified hat a d. ('f des

go down to Sampson trestle Divorce, custody and control of

and were stuck so deep that it minor child __ .w-
has been filed against you In the
took a bulldozer to pull them out. above named Court and cause and S -::
That's fisherman's luck. you are required to serve a copy of Fifty Years Forward on the American Road! _
your answer or pleading to the
Marcus Conner and William complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney

PLANT Crosby have recently gone to work Evan T. Evans, 103
MEAT CURING Law Exchange Building Jack-
at the StaV* Farm. sonville, Florida
The Dewey Woods of Jackson- and file the onrtnai in me office of '

ville drove down Sunday to see >the r before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on

WILL NOT his sister and brother-in-law the otherwise 5 day of the October.allegations 1953; of said It's Amerioa's"Worth More SIX !

H. B. Kellys. They decided Brad- Complaint will be tan as confessed -

ford County was nearly as_wet by you.
BE OPEN THIS YEARNo This notice shall se publishedonce
as Jacksonville.Sure each week for four consecutive
sorry to hear about Rus- peeks in the Bradford County Telecraph. -
FORD'S CENTER-FILL
sell Crosby painfully cutting his Dated this 3 day of September .
Current Meat Bins Will Be Rented arm Tuesday afternoon while play- 1953. FUELING makes filling up easier
took OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby FORD'S MILEAGE MAKER SIX ISAMERICA'S from either side of pump. The short
football at home. It sev-
ing Clerk of the Circuit Court
... eral stitches to sew it up besides By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk fuel pipe helps make Ford's trunk a

scaring everybody half to death. _____ 9,4, 4t 9/25 MOST MODERN SIX! suitcase larger, too. '

Sherman Crosby left last Tues- NOTICE TO APPEAR

All Customers with Bins Rented will be day night for Seattle, Wash. to IB Florida Circuit IB Cart Caaueerr.Bradford C..atT No other car at any price offers Take Ford's free-turning over-

visit his sister Doris for a few .Walter Horn. Plaintiff \s. Alice such advanced Six engine eahead valves and Power-

Allowed to Rent Bins until Their Meats days. It was Sherman's first train I Elizabeth Horn Defendant.Case No. 9995N.tlee tures as Ford's highcomprestoured combustion chambers

ride and he was excited, had a Alice T. Appear.To sion Mileage Maker. Take, for which let gas burn more evenly
: Elizabeth Horn whose
Are Gone card from him in Chicago. Haven't i:residence and address is: 2SJJ Sedg- example, Ford's nearly equal and completely. And Ford's

heard since. Bet he is all eyes. We wick Avenue. Bronx 63, New York. bore-stroke ratio which shortens
Automatic Power Pilot
back this weekend. I You are hereby notified that a squeezes tt
him
expect nit for piston travel, reduces friction the last ounce of power out of '
Mrs. Betty Kirby and children i Divorce
has been filed and gives longer engine life. of "
and :Mrs. O. E. Crosby and daughter -.above named Court against and you cause in and the every drop gas "y

THE Beverly were in Jacksonville you are required to serve a copy of
'your answer or pleading' to the
COLD STORAGE FOR FRESH MEATS Saturday Mrs. Kirby was making '.complaint on the Plaintiff .. C
reservations to leave for Germanyto j Attorney T. Frank Landrum,
EarL She hopes to Starke, Florida
join hubby and file the original in the office Ii"4'P IdSI&"I
WILL OPERATE
CONTINUE TO leave in October. i of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on SEE IT...
before FORD OFFERS 3 GREAT DRIVES
!or the
Mrs. R. R Crosby and children '
21 day of September. 1953 VALUE CHECK IT...
and Mrs. Lucian Conner 'I : For automatic driving at its best, shift to Fordomatic
and Mr. otherwise the allegations of said
As Will The Retail Meat MarketLAWSOH'S were called to Miami due to the Complaint wilt be taken as confessed and you'll never shift again. For even more miles per 011 TEST DRIVE IT I

death of Wiley Edmondscn's This by notice you. shall be published gallon and extra engine life pick Ford Overdrive. Or

grandchild. We all extend sympathy once each week for four consecu- cLooM Ford' easy-shifting Conventional Drive.Andrews r.o.A.r.
tive weeks in the Bradford County
to the family. Telegraph.
Miss Shirley McRae honored Dated this 19 day of August. 1953.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Miss Glenda Crosby last Thurs- Clerk of the Circuit Court.

day night with a surprise birthday By Marian L Crosby, Deputy 8/21 it Clerk.3/11 Motor Co.

party at her home. Outdoor games

COLD STORAGE & MARKET were enjoyed by about 30 young IB ClreBlt NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR Couaty

people. Glenda received many love- IFlorllla. la Ckaucery.
ly gifts. Delicious refreshments Wallace Kuhn Plaintiff vs. Nell MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLORIDA
Kuhn,
Defendant.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 195S
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Miss Tanner To Wed Womans Club .

Sergeant Chapman To Give ReceptionFor PHOTOGRAPHY Hallmark Featurelock

Friday Evening TeachersThe Black & White CARDS WEDDING

# or Color SETS

E, t Woman's Club building will BIBLES :
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';" next Thursday evening, I CAMERASFILM SUPPLIES WATCHES

Gladys Mooty Sept. 17, at 8 o'clock honoring the Thank goodness these short formerly occupied by the Q. Fillin- .
weeks come only once or twice a gims who have moved ,_ .
t Bradford County teachers, board to Palatka '
Phone 35 year. If I had to gather a week's ... PHOTO JEWELRY
: members, trustees and supervisorsand Mr. and Mrs. J. Austin Bell ,
< _------------------ -----_\ news in two days oftener I'd be a
.: ; ._ I. II IIf. -- their wives and husbands. and family from Ky. have returnedto FINISHING .
- The senior-Woman's Club memberswill nervous: wreck! ... Things are Starke and are living in one of

Miss'Frances White Shower Given: be hostesses for the affair. gonna look kinds deserted from the A. Cermenaro apartments onj I I Dealer For PICTURE

r now on with the usual college ex- Thompson street ... Mural Gard- !
Engaged For Mrs. FuquaMrs. At the regular monthly meeting CRAFTGRAFLEX
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. J. W. odus under way ... Those depart- ner and children, Joe and Carol I j' PAINT SETS

:Mr.' and :Mrs. George C. White ,Caroyln Fuqua a recent Kincaid presided in the absence of ing or already gone include (University Temples have moved into the I ANSCO

el Tallahassee! formerly of Starke bride was honored at a lovely the president, Mrs. C. H. Nas of Florida) James Williams Bishop house at 404 Washington I] POLAROID

announce engagement of their bridal shower on Aug. 27 at the* worthy. Mrs. R. F. Young servedas Billy Booth Charles Hutch- Ave. formerly occupied by the i!

daughter Miss. Susan Frances home of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp. .secretary in the absence of ison, Jr., Carolyn Edwards, Carl! Harry Lappes who have moved to [I REVERE I e ,

White, to John F. Shoemaker son The home was decorated with ar- Mrs. F. J. Pellum. Mrs. W. B. Lamar Johns Billy Dansby Ken- Gainesville where Mr. Lappe has *! KODAK STATIONERY
I
, of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A,. Shoemaker ragnements of summer flowers Sewell was appointed chairman of neth Johns James Home Ken- returned to his job as baker inj Opposite Florida Theatre

(r of Phoenixville Pa. The and potted plants carrying outa / International Relations upon the neth Conway, Carolyn Kelly, John the Hotel Thomas ... see Lester I e Phone 265 Starke, Fla.flTPIECj.

. will be solemnized on Nov. color scheme of yellow and resignation of Mrs. A. A. Kart- DavidKelly, Keith Reddish, Grady and Mary Humphries and family
wedding
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11 in a morning ceremony at the green. sonis, and Mrs. M. W. Cresslerwas Varnes, Billy Weldon, Judy Green, recently moved into the Fred I NiJ'
Mary Frances Hazen Adele Scholl, Leonhard home on N. Church
Chairman of Edu-
Catholic appointed
Blessed Sacrament During the evening the guests
Church in Tallahassee.At I were entertained with games and cation to replace Mrs. Kate Shep- Patsy Kucera, Ann Cressler Gene street ..
Shaw Aaron Hutchinson and Kenneth Hear Dave Simpson made a fly-
pard. Mrs. Kincaid urged all ,
F.'Young
led Mrs. R.
contests by
is
Miss White employed -
present the Lewis State Bank in and Mrs. J. C. Sapp.Mrs. Miss Jackie Tanner, daughter of members to attend the receptionto Tyus; Tom Slade and Johnny ing trip (literally) to West Flo- 1 S
at
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tanner of be given Thursday evening at Kopelousos are going to Emory at rida and enjoyed a profitable
Tallahassee} and Mr. Shoemaker isinformation' Fuqua was the recipient of Oxford Butch Smith to ) LIVING ROOM
Camp Blanding, and Albert W. the. club house. ; Georgia I Labor Day fishing trip in the
and education coordinator and useful gifts.
many beautiful Military Academy; Sylvia Alvarez Pensacola ...
Chapman, Sergeant first class, Gulf near Among
for the State' Game and The Mrs. Felix Sapp Mrs. F. F, Stump program .
hostesses, son of Mrs. G. 4 Chapman of Lave L. G. and Florence Brown to FSU;. BillYt''those taking In the big Labor Day
Fresh Water Fish,CoiAmission. Mrs. J. C. Sapp. Mrs. Lucian Con- chairman, introduced Mrs GROUPPhone
Oak and the late Mr. Chapman, Cressler Marcus Brown and celebration at Cedar Key were
ner, Mrs. Fred L. Watterson and will Powell who gave a delightfultalk par' Duncan to Emory; Edwin, the Dr.
be united in marriage this Beautification. Mrs. I Doyle and Johnnie Conner, I
Open House,Held Mrs.' Fred Haislop, presented the evening (Friday) at 7 o'clock in Powell on read" several poems by Prevatt is going to LSU; Delano 'Middleton family, John Powell,
with orchid corsage
honoree an the First Church I Thomas and Helen Haines are going Earl Middletons and Mrs. Ellen
Baptist Starke. the
and described 95
For College StudentsThe of her chosen china. noted authors on gardens -
and pieces The ceremony will be performedby different gardens in Starke I to Stetson; and Earl Alvarez Dowling of Jax, the Frazier $149.

Methodist college students Delicious 'refreshments served in yel-to' the pastor. Rev. L. D. Haines. I and elsewhere. She also talked I will enter Georgia Tech. Shaws, thc'\ C. A. Futches, Joe 80 Starke, Fla.

low and green were I Kaspar Duncan arrived home on;Sistrunk, Floyd and Mana Wiggins -
and their families were enter- A reception in the church recrea- !on flower arrangements and
tained by Rev and Mis. ThomasG. jmpre .than 50 guests. j tion hall will follow: the ceremony.No i stressed that the flower containeris ''I Wednesday after spending the of New River and Mrs. Rosa 1 Sofa Bed .

house in the flower ar .summer working in tourist campsin Pinholster of Brooker the Ben 1 Coffee Table
Mitchell at
an open invitations are being sent as important as
the parsonage following the sUnday Winsome Class but all relatives and friends of the, rangement. Mrs. Powell pointedout Yellowstone National Park.., Rowlands and daughter Kay, 1 Platform Rocker 2 End Tables

church service. Ten that the simplest type of Kaspar. accompanied a friend Billy Henderson and Robert Manning -
evening
Met TuesdayThe couple are invited.GonzalezMaxwell. 1 Cocktail Chair 2 Table LampsA
students and their families en- wildlife plant tree 'or weed can home as far as Dallas, Texas and ..
the two young men stopped off Spotted an almost life-size pic- SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WILL DELIVER THIS
with'the Mitchells.
Joyed the evening Winsome Sunday School make a most impressive displayif
'. enroute home at points of interest ture of Linda Sue Haile 9yearold TO YOU
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met arranged.
Class of the Baptist Church artistically
including Salt Lake City and daughter of the Woodfin
home of Mrs. Ressie Colson the socialhour, a des-
the
at During
Mrs. Martha Curtis Maxwell Carlsbad Caverns. Tommy Hard-- Hailes, on the front of the women's
with Mrs. N. B. and coffee lierv- Apr
evening sert course were
I, Tuesday and Albert Gonzalez were recently ing who has been in training at section of the Miami Herald last ,

, 1 Rosier as cohostess.The united in marriage at an Im- ed by the hostesses. the AFB Radio School at Keesler Sunday ... She was featured

meeting opened with prayer ,pressive' double ring ceremony. Field, Biloxi Miss., is home for a modeling a "soap suds coiffure"as

by Shirley Poilett and ,Mrs. Tom- 'Mr. and Mrs. Gonzalez left on a ,Junior Club visit with his family until Oct. 1st part of a Girl Scout goodgrooming I

my Nolan gave the devotion. _A short wedding trip to St. Peters- Plans DanceThe when he will be sent to Germanyfor course, and. made a very fetching A
Supper
Sunshine box is to be sent to Yrs further .. 2nd class Y
( t7 Alachua burg following ceremony. At duty picture, I must say .? y # \t : 0 I_ I IR
,- Marjorie Schaeffer-in the present they are residing at their Starke Junior Woman's Airman Adolph Reddish is home Nice letter from Kay Keleher
Hospital. A basket of food and from Wichita Falls, Texas and will .c"Wll
home the road southof
on Keystone Club met in the club house Thurs- brings us up-to-date on the doingsof .
. $10 is to be given to needy familyin report on the 22nd to New Jerseyfor y Nfl
; Starke.
8 o'clock I .
!- day evening, Sept. 3, at her interesting family .. Kay'spresent v
i town. :Mrs. Gonzalez is the mother of I with Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr.,"presi- transfer to duty in Greenland address is 7881-A Corsait I
officers were .. Pvt. Vernon Reddish was home
The following Mrs. Ernest Phillips of Starke and dent, presiding. Drive, Millington, Tenn. ... Says
I #. 1 elected for the coming year: Teacher Mr. Gonzalez is is the father, of Plans were announced for a for the weekend from Camp Polk,: that since early December she's I ,
!' Presi- La. and Lt. Drew and Ada Red-
Mrs. W. B. :Mundy, Jr.; :
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P- Tony Gonzalez and Miss Norma dance in October by Mrs. been working in the Naval Air
.. 4- V.P. i supper dish left for Fort Eustis i
ii- dent, Mrs. Mae Hatcher; 1st Gonzalez of whois Tuesday ,
formerly Tampa, Jim Chasteen, social chairman. Technical Training Center Personnel -;
Personal: Va. where Drew will be stationed.
Mrs. Mildred Dankel; making her home now with Mr. Members were urged to attend the Dept. ... Terry has been on I Similar To '
4' Ministers, Mrs Clara Colson ,and and Mrs Gonzalez.Stewardship. Fall Board Meeting of the Federa- Enjoying a weekend house partyat an Atlantic cruise since midJulywith :..

' Mrs. Virginia Harris;r Social Chm,' tion of Woman's Clubs being held the J. M. Edwards home were the Colorado U. Naval ROTC Above Picture"A

Mrs.: Seleta Thomas; Sunshine RallyAt in Fort Pierce, Oct. 56. Carolyn Edwards, Ann Johns, Judy Unit .. Marcia has been attend
; Chm., Mrs. Virginia, Darby; Class ... Green and Pat Sieg of G'ville .. the Colorado U. summer ses-
ing Trial Is All We Ask" Come in and See Us !
Martha Mrs. R. T. Fowler Thrift Shop Today
Reporter, Mrs. Yancey; N. Pleasant Grove Hazel Paulk wasn't too pleased -
ir i any i sion, and Denis is also in Colorado
$97 realized to .
Chairman, reported
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Mrs. Edna Wainwright; her first customer when she
Secy., at for Kay's dad and will
[ and mem- working ., .. .
from sales urged - -- -
-tyvj&r.'theM Treas., Dot.Sheppard. The North Pleansant Grove date opened up her husband's office. soon return to St. Thomas Seminary -

A delicious salad course was Church invites all churches in the bership to collect old household Tuesday A.M. a 4 foot moccas- Bloomfield Conn. ... Cer-

things served during the social hour. New, River" Association to meet articles, pots, pans, etc. and. toys sin, which Dave pat lk made quick tainly nice to hear from this I

Iffiffarcn'tfrcc' there on Friday, Sept. 18, begin- for sale for the Shop. work of ... was nice to see Dr. family .. we miss them so

MYF Banquet Has ning at 10:30 a.m. for the annual Mrs! John Anderson, Mrs. A. Adams home with his family from much .

y. Stewardship Rally. B. Baker, Mrs. Robert Barks- Sunday to Thursday while en- Guess that winds up the little

"Hot"baR-eanllrs cost pro teams Back To School MotifThe This will be a combined rally dale, and Mrs. Dan Becker will route to Camp Gordon, Ga. .. black book for this time .. No

plenty..,and they're worth Itl! with all organizations of churchesin be in charge of the shop this hear that Leonard and Ida Lou more vacations until Thanksgiving THEATRESTARKE

Hard work experience and skill Senior MYF of the Method- the New River Association Saturday.The Smith and son, Larry, of Munson ... and remember only 89 .FLA. .

stamp"-their performance Superiot ist ,Church enjoyed a "Back to cooperating. It is hoped, that hostesses served delightful will be moving to G'ville around more shopping days until Christ-

School" banquet in the recreation every church will cooperate to refreshments during the social the first where Leonard has been mas ...
You can uy that again!I...about hall Tuesday night, with each this hour and Canasta and bridge were transferred with the Florida Forest -
make. rally a success -CarolynP.S. I
KRESKY OIL FLOOR FURNACES. 11 12 Sun. Ion.-Sept. 13 14
Fri. Sat.-8ept. ,
member bringing a guest. Service ... ,
Leonard
will be Farm that
They're superior performers too. A covered dish luncheon will be I played. Was sorry to hear
,.cO years of"know-how"plus bet. The banquet tables'were decor. served at noon. Forester in Alachua and Gilchvist Liz Nasworthy has been on the DOUBLE FEATURE SON OF

ter design,and materials' make, ted scarlet and gray, the BHS **' 1 Open Mouse{ l-1eid. 5. counties.' sick list this week and also sorryto
BELLE STARRKit
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them
the "hottest"
thing in oil colors and the program covers .Amidst lovely music and candlelit hear that Jessie Young fell at THE SAVAGEIn
heating today;:They post I litt1morl.they're Fields Attends Home Carson and Don Drake .
At Crowson
old fash-
Worth A lOT were in the form of an tables, a good crowd enjoyedthe the school Tuesday and sprainedher TechnicolorWith 'J.
JUOREI 1 ioned school elate decorated by MYF ConferenceCharles II' Labor Day dance sponsored by ankle ... by the way have Plus Cartoon and* News i
Claude Crowson Charles Heston
Jackie Colley. Mr. and Mrs. the Beta Sigma Phi sorority Sat- you spotted Boots Peyto\'s: new

Jackie Hobbs presided as toastmistress H. Fields president of held open house Saturday onV.. Madison eveningat urday evening at the USO .. hair cut? It's most becoming.GassettGriffith -And- Tues., Sept. 15-ONLY

and introduced the guest the Methodist Young Adult Sun- their home Sandwiches and Cokes were sold Treasure Of The .
the Beta Sigma
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street preceding
speaker, Rev. Donald Kokomoor, day School Class and vice president USO. during the evening and a gay time THE STOOGE Golden
at the CongoCordell
,- pastor of Jhe :Methodist Church in of the Sub-district Young Phi dance was had by all ... Spotted out-of-
_.,,.,f rtoo rvtxActs McIntosh. Adults, attended the Florida Con- Attractive arrangements of hibiscus towners Elise and Boss Pass, S-Sgt. J. H. Gassett U. S. A. F., :Martin and Lewis Wilde and Constance Smith-

Com tion. We'll In for a free demonstra Adult leaders present were Mr ference Young Adult Assembly at bronze chrysanthemumsand Bertie Lee and Dick Sullivan and of Washington, D. C. and Starke, Plus Serial, Short and Cartoon Plus Cartoon and News
.prove to you there'sbetter used to ad
value to a KRESKY. You'll and Mrs. Robert V. Turner coun- F. S. C., .Lakeland Sept. 57. red roses were the home Joyce Newsome .. glad to hear and Miss Erma Lee Griffith of .

agree it's worth a little mart to sellors of the group, Rev. and The Assembly was attended by vantage in decorating that PeeWee Dampier has re- Charleston, W. Va. were united in \

have the"honest"there at! Mrs. T. G. Mitchell, and Rev. and 212 representatives from the nine for the occasion. turned home from the Lake City .marriage on August 31 in Washington WED. AND THUR. SEPT. 1617J

Mrs. Kokomoor. districts of the Florida Conference.Mr. Twenty-two guests called at the Vets hospital ... heard that D. C. ,

C. H Fields was elected Gainesville Crowson home between eight and, Denver and Chessie Devrick and I Sgt. and Mrs. Gassett are mak-

NasworthyGeneral BPW MeetingThe District Young Adult vice presi- 9:30: o'clock before going to the Joyce' Ward were fishing in the ing their home in Washington, AT

dent 'during the Assembly. dance. Gulf on Labor Day.. Jerry Gay D. C. where Sgt. Gassett has an STARTLING a
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Supplies BPW District meeting will attended the Insurance Course at assignment in the Pentagon Build- _SCENES-;- LAST!

be held Sunday at the Hotel Altar Society Hall-Dobson the. U. of F. last week ... see ing.

232 E. Call St. Phone 19S-J r Thomas in Gainesville. ){ember Myrtle Anderson has joined the I I '*

are asked to meet in front of the: Plans SupperThe Mrs. Lloyd Moore of Raiford announces clerking staff at Stump's ... HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS

Starke Florida Starke post office, at 9:30: o'clockfor the marriage of hei r Johnnie Conner is pinch-hittine at Patients admitted to Doctor's

transportation.YOU'LL Altar Society of St. Ed- daughter Jacqueline Norman I the Health Clinic while Haze Clinic Hospital during the past

ward's church met Tuesday eve- Dobson, to Jack Hall son of Mr. Green is on vacation for two weeks week included: Charles White- 1U PRIVATE LIVES OF

ning of last week in the. Recrea- and Mrs. Ben F. Hall of Starke. ... find Natalie Thornton is now head, Lake Butler; G. E. Crews, HOLLYWOOD GLAMOUR

tion Hall. The wedding ceremony was per- receptionist for Dr. T. G. Patch" Raiford; Mrs. Ardelia Tyre, GIRLS.
HAVE TO
Mrs. Joe Cumber, president, ,formed in Folkston, Ga. on Aug. 1. and taking Natalie's place as Gainesville Mrs. Norris WainWright -

presided over the meeting. Plans Mr. and Mrs. Hall are making cashier at Lovett's is May Wood Penney Farms; Daniel

SEE ITBELIEVE were made for a covered dish their home in one of the J. M. Mitchell Moser from Hampton.Mr. Thornton, Raiford; Mrs. Edith "SIIIE 4,,

supper, Sept. 19, at 7 o'clock in apartments on W. Madison and Mrs. C. Musgrove have I Baker, Starke; Mrs. Robert Smith,

the evening. Plans were also discussed street. rented the home on Church street Lawtey. \

XF''. 5? P *i for a Hallow'een Dance 4t'
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9 It" ": i| and costume party to be given
WomenCircle
Saturday evening, Oct. 31. Presbyterian TREEToiI
C. A. FUTCH REALTOROldest
IT Two of the Presbyterian a

St. Mark's SupperSet Women of the Church met Tues- Real Estate Agency in Bradford County

day evening at the home of Mrs.
For TonightThe CONTINUOUS SINCE 1925
John Mixon with nine members
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Member Local State & National Real Estate
congregation of St. Mark's presept..
HARDWICK II
.95 Episcopal church will hold a Mrs. W. S. McAliley opened the Organizations

covered dish supper at the Parish meeting with pr. yer. Mrs. John r
the Solicits Listings of All Types of Property, Assuring
House at 6:30 o'clock this eve Mixon presented program.
Personal Service and Straightforward Dealings.
ning ( refreshments k
Friday Delightful yere THE AMAZING PI

RANGE The hostess committee is com-, served during the social hour. OFFICE: EAST CALL STREET OF A
ADVENTURES >
prised of Mrs. Ben Rowland Mrs. I
1 JUST ACROSS FROM CITY LIGHT PLANT BLONDE '
Stanley Noegel, Mrs. Gene Noegel, Recent Birth BEAUTIFUL

Mrs. H. C. Brown and Mrs. Cot- I WHO WENT WILD ,

OnSale'k tie. ADAN and Mrs. John Nicholsof I 4c OUT WEST"

Oneida, N. Y. announce the

Daisy Fowler Circle birth of a son", ,John Alton, Jr., FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! t btiiEI
at Langley Air Force Hospital on

For ONLYREGULAR I The Daisy Fowler circle of the July 13. Mrs. Nichols is the former rvSCREE / t

Baptist Church met Tuesday afternoon :Miss Reba Griffis of Starke.
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Sept. 1, at the home of Mrs. 5 Gal. Gas I tl a 2nd sic nIT IsI

Carl Mathews. Those taking part >OTICE APPLICATION i P1HEHSIOH
on the program were Mrs. B. T. FOR TAX DEED j tf
Thomas and Mrs. L E. Clark. The (*...!? Bill >.. 163) .
PRICE 15995 Xottee Is Hereby GIVEn, That J.
short business meeting was pre- M. Sistrunk &; C. A. Futch, bolder of g 44r
sided over by the leader, Mrs. Tax 'Certificate No. 17, Issued the
26 day of May A.D.. 1851. has filed GIVEN AWAY
This Is A Full Size 36 Inch Range Maxie Carter. same in ray office and has made
Mrs. Webb served delicious refreshments application for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. Said certificate
during the social hour.Children's embraces the described

We Guarantee This To Be The Best ,I State property of Florida in the following County to-wit:of Bradford. 5 P.M. .- SEPT. 19 R .I,

CommitteeThe Lot' of Block 2 of Sunny Acres
S/D. Sec. n, Township C South =
Buy In Town Range 22. East s'a '
Bradford County Children's The assessment of the said prop- ASK FOR DETAILSJohn 44 '
Committee will meet Monday Sept. erty under the said certificate issuedwas a I
in the name of Alberta Tyson
14, at noon at Crescent Court. : Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law., the L. Walker SENSATIONALLY DIffERDUI a

Slade Gas Co. Beta Sigma Phi sold property to ,the described highest therein bidder will it the be O osrarrsirisrrrrrrraraier I I 10
ccurt house door on the first Mon
day' in the month of October, ISil. Earl Cook's Service StationNORTH ADMISSION
The Beta Sigma Phi sorority which is the 5 day of October, 1J5J.
will meet Monday evening at 8 Dated this 2 day of September, MATINEE 40c NITE 50c
o'clock at the home 1953. STARKE U. S 301 I Glasses
'PHONE 121 STARKE FLA. of Martha OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. Darby : Plus lOc For
Yancey with Bette Deas as co Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
\ hostess. County, Florida. J/4 it J/25 II

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FRIDAY, SEPTEIJtFR11, 1953 BRADFORD PAGE FIVE

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.-- I 66 I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty and Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and days visiting his mother, Mrs. Lot- KOPELO SOS I I -.- -- ,.
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,tie and relatives.Mr. -
daughter!", :Gerry,:,and Miss Beryl baby> of Gainesville and Mrs A-J" EXPRESSES THANKSI --- ---- -
Hollond of Gainesville plan to spend Z. Adkins, Sr. were at the Adkins and Mrs. Rasty Mann, madea
the weekend in Orlando where summer home on Kingsley Lake business trip to Locoochie last wish to thank everyone

they will attend the annual office from Wednesday to Monday. Monday. who voted for me in the City I EARL

picnic at Sanlando Springs on Saturday }.[r. and Mrs. M. H. Lang of New River Baptist Church is Election of-last Tuesday and also
for members and their fam- Miami and Treadwell Stricklandof happy to announce two new mem- to renew my pledge to work for
C IN THE NEWS ilies of Harry p, .Leu; Inc. Mr.: Belle Glade spent the weekend bers by baptism last Sunday. They the best interests of our town and ;

Mooty is member. of-the Sales with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez are Jean Green, daughter of Mr. all its citizens. I appreciate your

Dept. and Mr. and, Mrs. Paul Raymond.Mrs. and Mrs. Russell Green and Floyd support and will try in every way
Receiving the Sacrament of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding Hollis V. Knight Jr has returned R. J. Davis has moved to Wiggins. Rev. Truby Parrish to merit your confidence.

Infant Baptism in the Presbyterian have returned home after-' :,16 days to Stark'after spendingthe 423 NW 16th Ave., Gainesville. conducted the baptism at Moody George Kopelousos.

A church were Kathryn.,Suzanne vacation spent touring the South- summer with his brotherinlaw I Mrs. Josephine Miller and infant Branch. COOK'S

'' Dempsey infant .daughterof western states. 'Enrou .home, they and'sister, Mr. and Mrs. William son of Bonifay have been vis- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin announce DINKINS THANKS VOTERSI

Mr. and Mrs.' Jack Dempsey picked up their son, Tommy, from S. Colson in Tucson, Ariz. ting her parents, }or. and Mrs. the arrival of a new daughter -
on Aug. 23, and Inez Elizabeth ,Keesler Field, Biloxi, Miss. who is Mr. Knight and Robert S." Bird, Jr.of Frank O. Peterson, and her brother on August 3L The little lady sincerely .wish to thank the
:Mixon. infant daughter of Mr and home on furlough until Oct. 1 and Gainesville returned Saturday James Peterson, for the past has been named Charlene Fay. voters of Starke for their splendid

Mrs. John Mixon, on'Sept. 6. their daughter Alice June Hardingand frem a.visit with Mr. Bird's relatives ten days. Both are home now and are fine. support in.my race for City Clerk.

Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns and friend, Alice Cox, of Atlanta' in Chicago, HL and Rhine- Pvt. Oliver H. Aspinwall, Jr. of A season of prayer program for -L, F. (Monk) Dinkins

Sen. and Mrs. Ed Fraser of Mac Ga.,who'are also borne on a'week's, lander, Wis. Ft Jackson, S. C. spent the Labor i State Missions will be held at the

clennyspent the weekend In vacation. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and Day weekend with his mother, I Brooker Baptist Church, Sept. 15- TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTCHARLEY

Tampa. Sen. and Mrs.' Johns Mr. ,and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot children and Mrs. Wilma Dock.stader Mrs. Margaret Davis, and grandfather -i 16 from 2, to 3 p.m. Won't you Groceries Meats Feed

moved into:town from their: sum- were in Sanderson Sunday visit- and son, Billy, spent Sun-; T. S. Williams." please come and join them

mer'home on Crystal. 'Lake last ing relatives. day and Monday in Dade 'City Mr. and/Mrs. James Milton I 1.2 Mile
week. Mr. and'Mrs. L P. Shepherd had visiting Mrs. Lawson's parents, Crawford and sons of Barnsville, THORNTON THANKS VOTERSI From Starke City Limits North

Mr, and ,Mrs. R. E., Allen and as Labor Day guests Mr. and Mrs.C. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Welch. S. C. and Miss Wiletta Baxley of am deeply appreciative of the Phone 339-J

sons, Bob and Jimmy, of Gaines- C. Shepherd and children of Mrs,.Alphia Mooney is in Jack- Jacksonville' were Labor Day fine support of my friends in the OPEN UNTIL 9:30 P. 31. SATURADYS

ville were weekend guests of }or. Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. _G. E. sonville until Saturday visiting her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton City Election, re-electing me for QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED -
I sister, Mrs. Dolores Fordham, whoilL Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Mike another ,term as Chief of
and Mrs. E. D. Tenly.. Miller and son Jack'of Starke. I is ,Gilhooly. Police. I will endeavor your to show .; SPECIALS FOR THUR., FRI.. SAT.. SEPT 10. 11,12

I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shupe ot'Eau Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pellum and my appreciation by serving you 1-
Snow White
or Hersheys
Men's Clothing Gallie spent the weekend with :Mr. children were in Ft. Myers last to the best of my ability during, ,
I | ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894 and Mrs. R. F. Demorest. ,I weekend, vsiting }[ /and Mrs. L. my new term. Sincerely I I
Miss Sue Duncan of Gainesville II I S. Rutledge. -W. E. Thornton SUGAR 5Lbs 29C

spent the weekend with Miss Margaret : m,, s

((4 Rose Duncan. TYYYVVWYVVYVVVYVVYYYYYI THOMAS THANKS VOTERSTo
Joe Curtis of Plainfield, N. J. .(Limit one with $5.00 or more Gro. order)
i and New York is making an extended BROOKERGrace My Fellow Citizens Of Starke:
N
STARKE visit with his sister, Mrs. I thank you for the splendid ANY BRAND

Albert Gonzalez, and is assisting G. BighamAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAAA vote given me for City Marshall, Large Cans
in expansion work on Mrs. Gon- and I appreciate the courteous E. JOHNS & SON MILK 2 21C

RADIOS TV SERVICE zalez' chicken ranch. : consideration everyone gave- my-
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark Mr. and Mrs. France Russ en- candidacy. Be assured that I bearno about this questionMy

and children and Mrs. P. S. Den- terta1: 1ed over the holidays at their one ill will and am always father tells that whenI

Reasonable Guaranteed Service mark visited Mr. and Mrs. Roger home in Apopka with an informal ready to work with each of you me FARRIS (U SAVE 15c)
Ward in Jacksonville gathering relatives and friends, for' a better Starke and Brad-
on Sunday. was a baby, our hqjne was '
On All Makes Radios or TV Mrs. W. C. Jones of Tampa 'complimenting Vance Russ on his ,ford County. With all best wishes

visited Mr. and Mrs. L P. Shep- 76th birthday. Among those pres- lain destroyed by a hurricane and LARD wffrE"
herd a few days last week. ent were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Your Friend, CO
IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS that he stood the total loss
$|sgt. and Mrs. J. H.Gassett of Waters, Dundee; Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas

NOT GIVING YOUSATISFACTION Washington, D. C. were guests of Pasco Green and family, Eustis; "
because his agent had him in Lb Jar $4.19
NOEGEL THANKS -VOTERS
I Mrs. Pate Gassett over the week- Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Roberts, 1
2LbTin$179
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U .end. Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Words are inadequate to express -i sured for fire but not for

Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass of Crawford and daughter, Mrs. my deep appreciation forth
Calll98-W 1 At Once j Tallahassee sent the weekend with Lester L. Crawford, Orlando; Mr. wonderful support given me windstorm. Does the 'extended --

Mr. and Mrs L. D. Green. and Mrs. Cecil Jones; Zellwood; in my race for membership on
of Fire MUSTARD
Mrs. L. J. Green and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dallis Brown and the City Council. I am grateful coverage' my or TURNIPGREENS

228 E, Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy'syyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyyVVVVVYYVYVVYVVVVYYVV Judy, spent Thursday in Jackson family, Altamonte Springs; Mr. for' this, show of confidence in me Policy give me complete

and Mrs. J. B. Russ and family, by my friends and assure you that 2303Cans 19C

ville.Spending the day in Gainesville Maitland; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson I will never forget your kind coverage against hurricane

Tuesday were Adele Scholl, Judy Russ and family, Mr. and Mrs. consideration.

Green, Patsy Kucera, and :Mary Ernest Russ and children, Ernes- -W. H. (Billy) Noegel damage? U. S. NO. 1 WHITEPOTATOES
Frances Hazen. tine and Ken; Mr. and Mrs. G. W.

kA441 0 ? 0 / sa 'M Friends of Lloyd Green will regret Davis, and son Dickie, Mr. and JACKSON THANKS 10 Ibs 29
Mrs. Bill Jones and ,
to hear that he was confined daughter CITIZENSTo
MONEY REPLACED ,BARTER IN to bed several days las Jack Jones, Susan Hodge, and t Charley L Johns ,
All Citizens of Starke: .
ANCIEMT EGYPT. COPPER week. Hugh Crosby, all o$ Brooker. ,
I sincerely wish to.thank
RING MONEY" :Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cole and Mi., and Mrs. Albertus Miller all, especially > friends you and (With Coupon) GIANT OR 2 LGE.
my:
children attended the funeral of had as their houseguest over the & Son
WAS A MEDIUM/ neighbors for the wonderful vote Agency
c Mrs. Cole's mother, Mr. J. K. holidays, Mr. and Mrs. John Black
and support given me in the City; CHEER 59 49FSwift's
OF EXCHANGE IN
Rogers, in Wray Ga. last Thurs-! and daughter, Shirley of Lake- Election.

L -W 3000 e.c. land.Weekend Thanks! Phone 13 Starke, Fla.
day.John .
.-. P. Casey, Radar Seaman, guests of Mr. and Mrs.G. .
-W. T. (Billy) Jackson Homogenized
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C"fhepuramids were spent last week with his parents, B. Colson were Mrs. ,J. B.

the. ,rst knowntreasure Mr. and Mr. T. L. Casey, while Knight and children, Merry BetH
W44/P vaults/ his ship, the USS Basilone, was I and John of Tampa. Sunday ALL PEST CONTROL FBI BUTTER'2ozor 29C

-F docked at MayportMr. guests included son Ressie' and

and Mrs. J; E. Hildebranand family of Starke, and Mr. and SPECIALIZING IN
children spent :Monday in Mrs. Earl Collins and daughterJean Yellow RoserLOUR

v v= Jacksonville visiting relatives.Mr. of Gainesville.Mr. CITRUS GROVE SPRAYING !
r =f I -_ and Mrs. Bill Lawson of and Mrs. Lonnie Morganand Lbs$4.87
... .. :Lar-je or Small F 25
I :- O c tD SYMHtATt Auburndale; were visiting the Law- 'daughter Hazel, of Tampa,
son families over the weekend.Mr. 'were in Brooker visiting' friends COMPLETE EXTERMINATING SERVICE

over the holidays.Mrs. .
and Mrs. Junius Smith wentto
earliest downAsti ., Nita Dyal has ,just returned FOR HOUSEHOLD PESTS AND TERMITES Marvelous Limit 2
From the days of recorded. history right ; Milledgeville, Ga. Monday and i .
1.* .3 i.l'-$ Tuesday where'they' entered their to her home from a month's Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. Large Box
to the present, 'the'tame of thnft has been'recognized. < son, Butch in the Georgia Military visit with relatives at Panama VEl 19CBest

Academy. The Smiths also visited City., 2220 N. :W. 6th St Phone 6035 Gainesville Fla.GIRLS .
and those who ahead. Start the -
practiced by get savings Jackie Dyal, daughter of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson in Met-
will make ter Ga. while and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal, was home
habit now, it help you independent. enroute.
the Jackie is blending -
over holidays.
Frazier Shaw attended the annual -
:1' l school for members of the business college in Jack- Blue Rose Eelbeck

State Hotel and Restaurant Com- sonville. ,
S. mission in Tallahassee from Tues- Sunday tests at the Guy Har-
day to ThursdayMr. rell home were Mrs. Edna Hayes RICE GRITS
and Mrs. Fred Wilson, of Gaines- 1f
and Mrs. J. E. Darby of I
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ville.
Bradenton were, guests a few days -
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kelley and
last week of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lb Cello

e.e.a FLORIDA BANK at STARKE spent Griffin.last The Thursday Griffins in and Oviedo guests visiting holidays family of visiting St Petersburg his sister spent, Mrs.the BETWEEN AGES OF 5 or5IbPk43c

eee.e Dyal, .and vacationing at I
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordon Lloyd
Member Florida National Group The Jordons were guests here of Santa Fe Lake. 18 AND 27
Mrs. H. P. Gainey had as her
the Griffins on Friday and Satur 59C
house guest last week daughter, :
day.Dave I Mrs. Melvin Spponer and friend, of Who Would Like Permanent,
. Paulk in
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I Pahokee.Mr. .
Thursday and Friday of last weekon j I Year-around Job
business.Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green had /
their Sunday guests Mr. and
and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and as I
Mrs. J. H. :McCormack of Jacksonville APPLY AT OUR OFFICE
THEATRE daughters, Gayle and Dianne, I 10th AND CHURCH 'STS. : MeatSpecialsIALL
FLORIDA spent the weekend at Daytona
STARKE I BeachMr We regret to report that J. D.
Knight Is confined to the hospital I .
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and Mrs. Jack Edwards and
in Jacksonville. We wish him a Dad Co.
Dedicated To Service family, Miss Faye Paulk and '-Ir, Big Manufacturing
: Community speedy recovery, and hope he will
"Movie Are Better Than Ever" and Mrs. James Griffin spent Labor Lb
'be able to come home soon. : .
Day at Daytona Beach. MULLET
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Recent weekend guests of the I
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carter and Aubrey Hazens were Mr. and Mrs.

cut ad out and present it to'Box Office for FREE TICKETS daughter, Martha Jean, of"Long Island Alph Hazen of Orlando. Aubrey, ..
N. Y. were guests of Mr. and
who is employed at Marianna, \ '
now / SWIFTS SMOKEDSAUSAGE
Sat Sept. 12 ONLY Mrs. H. C. Brown at Kingsley t
i /
Tues., Wed.-S ep. 15, 16 Lake Tuesday and Wednesday of was home with his family for the Lb

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Recent of Mr. and Mrs.
guests
THRILLS! Mrs. T. G. Ritch was confined in TO SHEPHERD'SSee
.gftMQ-STREAKED R. C. Groover were son J. W. and
St. Vincent's
hospital Wednesdayand ,
family of Miami. David, who has
Thursday of last week where I CD
his grandparents r
been visiting
she had four wisdom teeth remov-
ed. through the summer returned New
home with his parents.Dr. RIB and BRISKET Mrs. Pickfords
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Mr and Mrs. R. J. Lamrose and
daughter Frances of Winter Haven W. H. demons of Miami (Blue Plate)

p y..d.afA spent, Labor Day with Mr. and- was an overnight guest of Mr. and I :v amR
Mrs. R. C. Groover last Saturday. R STEW BEEF
: +COJUm a R.pe.t Mrs.Mrs.R. B. Alvarez and family. While here Dr. Clemons also visited e Asioni OLEO L
-And- F. P. Hines of Branford
Plus "North Pal" Cartoon and friends and relatives in Brook-
J is making an indefinite visit with

WINTERSERENADE Latest World News her daughter, Mrs. B. T. Thomas er. ,i Lb
and Mr. Thomas and with Mr. and Among those from Brooker attending 16C
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Mrs. Lavern Outlaw. the Singing Convention at : IT-lnch Wayne. Her.'s

Vera Raulston and Bob Livingston LACY CONWAY Miss Lucille Alvarez spent the ,Boatdrain Church near Starke H the lowest pried RCA
I were Pinholster, Edwards Ii VUfot television you .
Coy
plus "Duck Amuck" Cartoon and weekend with her sister Mrs. O Truby : -. ,0
P. Dyal in Jacksonville. : Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker ,: can buy-flnd what a -- '. 'Uiimit
6 Serial I .
Chap. Glenda buy It isl l It', 3 ways
and ,
daughters Shirley and ,
Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez had .- 'Q Fresh D & DFRYERS
D. R. DEVRICH ,Thur., Fri.-Sept. 17, 18 their family home over the week- Miss Lubedia Pinhoster and "Uncle finer cabinet for fWshed 53/ .n in rich a

end including their daughter, Mrs. Tom" Stewart. ,.. moroon.Matching Lb I
,Sat. Mon.-Sept. 13, U Darlene Crosby, and her son, Rod- I'm sure all of Brooker will be I stand available! ,extra 49C

'1! dy, a son, Coy Alvarez, all of sorry to hear that "Uncle Tom"I s
'r" !t ..
Jacksonville, and another son, Stewart has moved: to Little Lake I I'I' MQJelln301.:

a ..1mIIt"HaUDINt'' Walter Alvarez of Fort Lee, Va. Santa Fe. We will miss him but]I Ak eW*helU VkN.F.d.rTnrlce G.nd. CHUCK
: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Smith, bet he has oodles of fun fishing!i r
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.Technicolor Jr. ,and son Larry of Munso Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams and Lb
HAYWOKTO STEAK
Only
starnri spent the weekend visiting their family, Mr. and Mrs. Rasty Mann' ,..r 199.95 ROAST 35C

,a ., STEWART TOW JANET parents Mrs. R. J. Davis and Mr and family were visiting the Den
GRANGER and Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr. Polks at Trenton last Sunday.

CII1IS-LEIGH Mr. ana Mrs. I. E. Clark spent Among those attending a Labor r ALL-3IEAT

i<' .i"j .P AIt'm the weekend in North Augustaand Day peanut boiling at the'J. H. Lb
rw = it South Carolina with their Sewell home were: Mr. and Mrs. WIENERS 11C I
and Mr. and Lonnie Parker Mrs.
> + 1atAKL6 son daughter-in-law and family,
LAUGHTCN9cAGeIy Airs Elray Clark and family. Doris Kelly and family, an of
Mr and Mrs. Frazier Shaw had I Brooker; Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen CHAS. C. SHEPHERDRADIO I

Johann as weekend guests, Mrs. Clarence' and family Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Fresh Ground I
Mouse" Cartoon
Plus Scaff and eon, Robert of Clearwater -: H. A. Coleman, Gainesville, and t i

Plus tr" Cartoon"When Mousthood and Latest WM World Flow- Mrs. J. G. Tomlinson and Mrs.Jacksonville.Jessie Van Landlngham of TV SEAT COVERS _PAN SAusAcE39c I II

son, Bobby of Jacksonville and
News Starke Fla. 1
Phone 239 ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shaw of Pvt. Edwards stationed at I
Harry 1I
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I -ggFARMER'S=:. FLORiDA 'A-Y 1ffiEP.-

"'' 11, 1953
wYvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy1V only natural fertilizers, as weather drink it is = '
lard to beat* Dated this 2 day of September the Clerk
manure) and those who believe 1353. of the Circuit Court on! Attorney T.
C S S before Frank Landrum.
or the
/p4 !! they are wrong, it is another example (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby S day of October 1953; Starke. Floridaand by suit required Is for a divorce.to You are here.
is
Fanning serve answeror
one occupation thaf; Clerk ot Grenit Court of Brad- otherwise the allegations file the original In the office of other your
of where there Is truth on for County Florida. Complaint of said the Clerk of On Circuit Court pleadings on plaintiffs attorney -
sure teaches you patience. Takmilking will be taken as confess or before the on of record Robert E. Ray. P.
both sides. We have an open 94| 4t '/U ed by you. O. Box 468
2 115 South
DIARY | day of September. 1953 Main Street
for This notice ;
mind example. You washoff shall be published Gainesville.
and hestitate to tell Florida on or before
XOTICE
anyonehe TO APPEAR once sacs week for four otherwise the allegations of said
Is lop per cent wrong. the cow' udder with warm IB Clrcalt C..rt, Bradford Covaty weeks in the Bradford County consecutive Tele. Complaint will he taken as confess- the 21st day of September, A. D.,
PlarUai !. Chaarerr. graph. .. Id by
you.
The author win be.glad t* receive S. S water, dry it, and then begin the Ruby Harrington also known as Dater ,this 1 day of September, This notice shall be published 1953.Herein fail not or a judgment by

Item of ,laterwt eaacenttajr. This year for the first time we milking squirt squirt Ruby Harrington Hamilton Plain- 1953. once'each week for four consecutive default will be entered against yon.
anq| tiff vs. John Ward Hamilton, De- week in the Bndford County Telegraplt Bradford County Telegraph
a
the aetfvitte .f while (tOFFICIAL'SEALrCharle
i faTher la have a cover crop of field peas it seems as if you are. feadut. Clerk A.Darby newspaper of general circulation In
of the
Bradford Coamty. Sqggeetima oiay squeezing out i Case No. IM16 Circuit Court Dated this 26 day of August, 1953. Bradford County, Florida
on the land where we are goingto a lot of milk, the ffotiee By! Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. is here-
To Appear. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroy by designated
I be left at tie as the newspaper in
; Telegraph office or pail takes forever : To John 9/4 4t .9/25 "
raise our berries and it is and a day tQ : Ward Hamilton whose Clerk of the Circuit Court which this notice shall be publishedonce
mailed to Sam McGarrey Lawtej fill residence and address is By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
up (or to empty the udder : Unknown. NOTICE OF APPLICATION a week for four (4) consecu-
just about time to cut them under whichever ,;I Ton are hereby notified that a FOR TAX DEED 8/28 4t 9/18 tive weeks beginning the list day
By happens first). Yov suit for Of August, AJX, 1953.
(Smat
Sam-McGarvey Bill Xo.
163)
Unteto i
: win have of Annulment XOTICE
so they TO CREDITORS
plenty can Witness
get only so much milk out i ha. been filed Notice is hereby given. That T. J. la the Court 'of my hand and the peal of
i..i.A.A AiAa. ......_._._ . = decompose before we bed up at a time, and have to"sl I above named against you In the Alderman holder of City Tax Certi Bradford the CoQBty Jsdge ProJate. :.said Court at Starke, Bradford
v -- ------- --- I MAAAA A A A LA&AAAAAAAAAA..j you Court and cause and fleate No. 8, issued the 4 day of Coaaty. Florida I. County. Florida, this 18 day of
for our berries. We havebeen there and keep at -it until yoq! you are required to serve a copy of June AJ)., 1949, has filed same in August. A.D. 1953.
1ng,everything'iwe can think for we have seen how the cows finish. And in the meantime I your complaint answer, on or' pleading the to the my office and has made application In ret Estate of Louise Bohn also (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
told that this is a good It'hot Plaintiffs
: of to, ,get Joy's 1iW heifer Hope respond to it. We 'have 7 bead repeatedly work in the ; Attorney Joseph K. Skipper 221 for a tax deed to be issued thereon. ceased.To known. as Louise Bohn King De By Marian Clerk of Circuit Court
L.
> summertime the Said certificate Crosby Deputy Clerk
embraces
practice, and have meant to do Graham Building, the fol
oh.to a good start We are strict grazing in a four acre field of insects get into your eyes Florida Jacksonville lowing described property in the All Creditors sad Perioa Mar- Robert E. Ray Solicitor for Plaintiff -
I -' it but this year we nose, County of Bradford State lag Clalau or D Btaad. Agalaat P. O. Box 4(3 115 South Main
l' regulating the amount'of milk it, and the cows are having quitea every year and ears, the cow beats a steady [and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit in the office of to-wit: of Florida Said Estates Street, Gainesville, Florida.

that she gets by measuring itcarefully time ,keeping up with it. And made a point of it and got ,it tottoo on your head with her tail, or before the Court on Lots %-.7of Blk. 1 of Sunny You and each of you are hereby 8/21 4t 9/11

the best part of it,all is that the done. It should help the soil. and you have to watch out or a 28 day of September 1393; Acres Sub.Division, Section 21. notified and required to present .
; Right now'ehe is getting otherwise the Township 6 South Range 22 any claims and demands which you ,
soil is being improved too. S S SOur sudden kick will knock allegations of said .
over the Complaint will be taken confess East. I or either of you. may have againstthe
two, and a' half ,quarts of SAnd .sweet potato vines are just pail of milk. Yes, it takes patience ed by yon. \as The assessment of ,the said prop estate of Louise Bohn also
,milk, plus a pint of warm water this I This notice shall se published erty under the said known as Louise Bohn King deceased -
improved certificate
to be issued
grazing hoeing a farmer.
about,standing.stilL We are once each week for four consecutive late of said County, to the ATIM10N
twice a day. and although she is seemed to be just what old Joy and dusting and that may S S SAt weeks in the Pradford County Tele- nassa.was,in the name of H. A. Ma- County Judge of Bradford County.
Dated this 27 day of Florida, at his office in the court
August, 1953.
hungry roost of the time we'reafraid needed, for ever since we turned help ttfff't but it looks now' as last'we got our freezer back graph.OFFICIAL. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed house of said County at Starke If Yon Have

to let her have any more. fertilizer again after it was ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby according to law. the prop- Florida within eight calendar
more
the if will need some repaired (we
they described will
[ into therein
cows the hairy indigo : Clerk erty be..sold to :
We of the Circuit Court months from the time of the first
keep a concentrate feed in
of the leaves havea hope) and now we start again to By Marian the highest bidder at the court
for some L. Crosby
c the old Deputy Clerk publication of this notice. Each
front'of her all the time shut her gal, has gotten better by fill it house door on the first Monday in TIMBER TO SELL
: bronze color, which we'attribute up so that we'll have a good 8/28 4t 9/18 claim or demand shall be In writing
the month of October. 1953. which:
la. the shed when it rains, and was leaps ready and bounds.to breed In within fact, she to a need for more fertilizer. Last supply of meat and vegetables on NOTICE-TO APPEAR Is the 5 day of October 1953.. residence, and and shall post-state office the address place of of PINE OR CYPRESS

,. baby,her In every'Way; the screw- three our sweet potatoes grew as hand.. la Circuit Court Bradford CMtr, Dated this 2 day of September the claimant. and shall be sworn toby
worm infestation she had has weeks after her calf,and we take year S SS Flrl4a> la Caaaverr. 1953. the claimant, agent attorney, Large or Small Tracts
but this they Akiva Pronman (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
this to mean that she is in fast as weeds year Plaintiff vs. Miriam and any such claim or demand not
cleared up. We pulled some pea good growing like a crop, and thatis Saw a cow chewing away at a Proaman, Defendant.. .._ 'Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- so filed shall be void. i
shape. Of course, to are I".'.,ra, Oft AOr ford County, Florida. We All
vines and them we expect bone > < c .u. iv-vn W. H. Maxwell. Buy
gave to her, but the other day, and it
bad! reminded Notice T. Appear.To 9/4 4 /%$
the !give her several months rest. We _______ Of the Estate of As executor of )
was not interested; ehe likes S S us that we ought to pet : Miriam Pronman whoseresi- the Last Will and Testament of ,
discontinued feeding her syrup dence and address is: c/o :Mr. Jack la the CoBBty Judge' Court, Bradford PAY TOP PRICESWrite
to reach through the bonemeal Louise Bohn also known as i
barnyard some steamed t .
I for
State ( Florida.Estate
give her 8 of 20 Seems as if we're always putting our Friedman 1323 44th Street. Brook Coaaty. Louise Bohn King deceased.
qts. cent
fence and per of Louise Bobn also Known 11
nibble weeds. New York.
on We lyn
cows. We got a bag and '
; now we First publication August 21. 1951 S
want dairy ration daily, and 'in returnwe something on, or taking You are hereby notified that a as Louise Bohn King. Deceased.The ,
certainly to raise have to 8/21 U S/ll
Hope make
aswe'd a suitable box for, suit for Divorce has been filed State of Florida, To All Peiwoa
love to have a'cow from get two palla"'of fine'rich something off Petal to keep her it so the cows can get it. against you in the above named laterrntrd IB the Estate of aaldDectdrat !. The Circuit Court fa And For or Call

: good old Joy. milk She's such a very good from nursing our cows or to keep S S s Court and cause and you are required Bradford County, Florida
to serve a of You are hereby notified that a
: copy your answer .
S ., cow. [her from getting an infection where A or pleading be ChaBeerr.
great little 'Invention is the to the complainton written instrument purporting to
Eva
Mae Cornell, Plaintiff,
;Just at the time when our the weaning device rubs her. We gasoline rotary lawn mower. We the T. Plaintiffs Frank Attorney, the Last Will and Testament of said Thomas J. Cornell Defendant. vs. B1THOMASLUMBER :
Landrum Starke decedent has1 been admitted to pro "
COWl were commencing to complain What a battle we're having noticed that she was having trouble have one now and we are slowly Florida and file the original in the bate in said Court. Divorce No. 9995
trying to keep the and weeds office of the Clerk of the Circuit within Order f Publication And Notice ToAppeari CO.
about the grass with the weaner, so we tookit You are hereby.commanded -
poor grazing they getting the grass under control The State Of Florida Tot
Court on or before the 28 of
day Sep I six calendar months from the
had we turned them loose in,thefront out of our berry patch where off again, treated the raw spot We had not mowed it for :a longtime tember 1953; otherwise the allega- date of the first publication of this Thomas J. Cornell c/o Ross Russell PHONE 211-J '
field we're trying to raise runners from medicine and tions of said Complaint will be notice to appear in said Court and Allied Artists Agent. Imperial
sedge-grass where with screw-worm ,
we
so it was quite a job to taken as confessed by you. show cause it any you can. why the Hotel Atlanta G orgia. P. 0. Box 735
had planted hairy Ind go. Since last year's plants. Seems that then all of a sudden she got scared cut the' high weeds. We notice This notice shall be publishedonce action of said Court in admittingsaid You are hereby notified that suit STARKE FLA.
the more weeds we pull,:the more each week for four consecutive has been filed against you in the ,
that time we've heard no more and she just about tore the shedapJU"t Will to probate should not
lots of homes with fine large weeks In the Bradford County Tele Circuit Court of Bradford County, I
stand unrevoked.
'complaints 'and matter grow to replace them. It does before we twned her loose. graph. Florida, in Chancery, by Eva Mae -
as a of :: : lawns and most of them now are (OFFICIAL SEAL) Theron A.. Yawn
not look at this ,time if Dated this 28 day of Cornell plaintiff the nature of said ,
as our August 1953. -- -- -
faet how County Judge. Bradford County
we even, have reminded again easyit
a job trying to It us cut with the gasoline mower. It (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
coax Joy to come to the shed to effort isgoing to be successful, is to get hurt on a farm. sure saves work. Clerk of the Cliftilt Court Florida.By Betty A. Phillips, Clerk. 4IT_ -'---- -

be fed and milked. We had read for some ,of the mother plants S S S By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. First publication on August 21,

that hairy indigo was an excellent are withering and dyIng and the Well, the collards and turnipswe We're still trying to get organized 8/28 4t 9/18 1953. 8/21 4t 8/11

runners with them., It looks as in the kitcSen gardendidn't 5OTICE TO APPEAR ___ SAVE with
grazing cropand now we know it planted believe it or not, after almost la Clrralt Coert. Bradford Cofaty,
If something is attacking ,the Some of them XOTICE TO APPEAR :
do a thing. Florida* la Chancery. 1c
five years of trying. "Have a I. Cirealt Court Bradford Coaatn
roots, for we notice that even Concetta Barranca.
Plaintiff,
the vs.
but the hot sun,
Florida I. C..t'eI'1'
came up for and
FILL DIRT the weeds we. pull show1 signs of insects etc. made short work of place everything every- Joseph Barranca Defendant. John Ca acbo. Plaintiff, vs. Gladys Mutual Insurance
thing in its place" is a swell idea Case No. 10-014 Camacho, Defendant.
root,damage. But we're going t6 them so once again we got nothing and a good time saver when JVotlte To Appear.To Case No. 10-013 I
you
: Joseph Barranca whose residence -
keep at it and see what we can Notice To Appears
GOOD RICH for our work. Then too, the want to do something on a farm. and address is: 224 Clinton St.. To: Gladys Camacho whose residence -

salvage from the plan.. row of squash we had: in the But it does take time to get Brooklyn You New York. 1 and address is: 198 Floyd PftMUETD DDAG STARKE'S ONLY
C are hereby notified that a '
I Street Brooklyn. New York.
II garden looked fine until, about a out. suit for UUIiRCEt DilUd.
TOPSOIL. things straightened You are hereby notified that a MUTUAL AGENCY
Recently received a copy of million insects got busy, and so S S SOur Divorce, custody and support of suit for
Organic Farming through the minor child Divorce. custody and control of
that, too was ruined. Folks say hens are helping to pay. has been filed against you in the minor child

See I courtesy of W. T. Richards of that it is hard to 'raise thingsin their board by lettingus' have a above named Court and cause and has been filed against you in the Shop Before Buying -- Compare These Savings
Keystone Heights and we certainly j you are required to serve a copy of above named Court and cause and
BILL JACKSON I the middle of the summer, and few eggs now and then. It is your answer or pleading to the complaint you are required to serve a copy of
appreciate it. As we see this. on the Plaintiff's
with that, and Attorney pleading to the
we sure your answer or
agree considerate of !the old gals, for
T. Frank Landrum. Starke CLASS I
lad big debate between those who believe -' Fla. complaint on the Plaintiffs '
Transfer Company i wonder if it is possible at all while we know they need a rest and flip the original in the officeof
in organic farming (they S SS the Clerk of the Circuit Court
I on
Phone 165' from laying it still ,costs a lot or Before the 28 day of Sept.. 1953 yyyvyyvyvvyyyyyyvyvvyyvjWHERE
chemical fertilizers ; Public
use no or '
Alice planted some lettuce and to feed them. otherwise the allegations of Bald TRAINING AND Liability only $$29.50Driver's

chemical dusts or sprays, and useLARSON'S cabbage seed in the,cold frame and We often eat our breakfast on .I Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed .I'I EXPERIENCE COUNTIf I

while we got pretty good germination the kitchen porch and enjoy This notice shall be published License Can Be Revoked If Your Are Involved

.. h we did not close the frame watching the kittens playing with I weeks once each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele you need a truss or surgical I In Accident Without Liability

before a heavy rain, and it beat Uncle Strawberry. Now that graph. support 'you cannot afford to
daylights out of the tiny Dated this 26 day of August. 1953.
the Scarey, their mother is gone the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby take a chance with your health

seedlings, and finished off the kittens look to Uncle Strawberryfor Clerk of the Circuit Court by being lmprop rly fitted. SAVE 20% on All Dwellings and Contents
The cabbage seedlings By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
lettuce.
protection. 8/28 4t 9/18 Here at Canova PrescriptionCenter SAVE 15% on All Business Property
apparently are tougher for we S S S -
we have trained technicians SAVE 10-20 All Cars & Trucks
%
NOTICE on
have some growing, but we have Myrtle the turtle tailed pig got TO APPEARla
Circuit Court Bradford both male and female
Cooatf ,
I to dust frequently to try to keep into so much mischief, that we Florldai I. Caaaeerr. SAVE 50% on- Garage & Service Station Liability
Peter J. Bender, Plaintiff, vs. Helen to serve you.Remember .
off the insects. finally had to pen her up. Some- Anna Bender, Defendant.

MARKET S CS time, if a person is looking for a Case No. 10-025 your health and

'I'P STARKE And speaking of insects reminds he Notice To Appears comfort depend OB expert
might try penningup
tough job,
I To: Helen Anna Bender whose
Conner Bros. Insurance
FLA us, that we wrote; to our a small pig which has been residence and address is: 1101 W. AgencyDOYLE

Congressman Billy Matthews and running free. But we, solved the 2nd.You St.are. Wilmington hereby notified Delaware.that fitting.CANOVA

'. got a copy Qf the U, 5, Dept .Z problem! by stuffing her ,with feedso suit for a CONNER LUCIAN CO 'NER'Representing

Year Book on insects.It couldn't get out a Divorcehas
Agriculture she
that
been filed against you in the PRESCRIPTION CENTEI .
rWE 'DO NOT DELIVER is a fine book and is going to be knothole. above named Court and cause and some of America's Highest Rated Com

CASH AND CARRY PRICES mighty useful in our battle with you your are answer required or to pleading serve a to copy th ol* PHONE 4202 panies, As Rated by Alfred M. Best, America's Leading

the bugs. We were interested to NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR County complaint on the Plaintiff (Near Hospital) Insurance Authority
hi Circuit
read, for exampl.e, that while no Florida Im Ch...*..". Attorney 507 Clark William Building D., Jacksonville Morgan.- Gainesville, Fla.4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. PHONE 285You're
Plaintiff. vs.
M. Vitanl.
how different Anthony Florida
many
knows .
We Butcher Our Own Beef Pork one In'lf''tI' there. are in the world, the Dolores Vltaoi Defendant.Case No. 10-024 and file the original In the office of A. -------
---- -' '
from between two Xotlee To Appear.To .
guesses vary : Dolores Vitanl. whose residence .
and ten million different kinds. and address is: 1200 Senaca
And
Which Enables Us
Poultry New York
And of course no one knows either, Avenue Tour are Bronx.hereby notified that

what the total insect population suit for

To Give You The Best For Less of the world is but they give one has Divorce been filed against you in the

illustration to give a faint idea of above named Court and cause and

the tremendous number there you are required to serve a copy of
your answer pleading to the complaint -
must be: the offspring from a on the Plaintiff's Attorney

WESTERNPorkSChops" pair of cabbage aphids in one Smith Austin. Building Gibson ,&Jacksonville.Austin 100

season, if they all lived. would Florida
191.000,000.000.000,000,000which ( ) and file the original In the office of
total the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 1,111'
read as one. billion millions. or before the 5 day of October. ;s;
the of -- t ; __
65C That's an awful lot of insects to said 1353;Complaint otherwise will be allegations taken as confessed _

chew away at a beaten up head of I by you.
This notice shall be published "sitting pretty"behind i You
don'tall get greater getaway
but of they
course
cabbage, I each week for four consecutive
once the wheel '
,7
,
live; there apparently are. weeks in .the Bradford County Tele- / with the new Powerglide

CLUBSTEAKSLB.55C. OTHER insects on ,the cabbage: .graph.Dated this 1 day of September, Take this Bel Air model. First : "' J A lot finer performance 'on aIg

. which may now and then gobble I, 1953. thing )ou'll notice.is the quality i < / lot less ga's. That's what you

up a few aphids. but in the mean-, (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court of the interior. Rich-looking fl ,/ ; _,' get with the new Powerglide

time are also eatlner away at the Ey Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk appointments. Roomy seats // / : _ ; automatic transmission.There's
I* 9/4 4t 9/25 '
cabbare. All in all it's enoughto ---- with foam rubber cushions.* j/ no more advanced automatic

make a man give up farming. NOTICK TO APPEAR Turn the key to start the en- J /Ii ::. ; transmission at
price.
... any
fa Circmlt Court Bradford C ty
U U SIt Pier Ida i la Caaacrrr. gine and you're ready to go. gJf' / _

was rain we were wishing: for. Normal Daphlne Richendollar. Plaintiff -
\s. George Norman Richen You get more power
worrying .
not so lone ago, and '
Defendant.
dollar,
You oil around less
can see on
about irrigation but now we're Case No. 10-031 gas

ROUND and SIRLOINSTEAK" getting so much rain that we' Retire' : George To Appear.To Norman. Richendollar You look out and down ." That's because Chevrolet's two

can't get into the field to do any whose present address is: Unknown through a wide, curved one- great valve-in-head engines are

work. And the rain comes in and whose last residence and address piece windshield. The panoramic '* high-compression engines. In #
92nd
was: 2998 Northwest
; small sections at a time for whilewe Street."Miami. Florida rear window and big I figure thisdemonstration Powerglide* models, you get

65C have had ton much. farms suit You for are hereby notified that a side windows provide a clear the most powerful engine in

nearbv have not had nearly Divorce custody and control of view in all directions. saved Chevrolet field the new
me
minor childrenhas "
enough. "Blue-Flame. Gear-
,
115-h.p.
been filed against you In the
S S above named Court and cause and .. shift models offer the advanced

Well at last we're rettine our you your are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of And it's thelowestpriced many hundreds of dollars 108-h.p Thrift-King" engine.

Lb fill of erood rifh ice-cold butter- complaint on the Plaintiffs line

RIB STEW is1CHUCKSTEAK milk, and we think that as a hot P.Attorney O. Box Williams 421 Starke& Florida Futch A demonstration will show you -_..

and file the original In the office of that Chevrolet offers just about I expected to pay that much more '
,
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
"""- everything could want Yet '
or before the you
5 day of October. 1953: it's the lowest-priced line in the for a new cai until I discovered :
Let Us Thoroughly otherwise the allegations of saId ,
Complain will be taken as confessed I better off in .
Your by jrou"" .Iow.iiL!: was every ways
Wash Clothes This Bolide shall be published

45'jf once each week for four consecutive with this new Chevrolett'K!

week In the Bradford County Tele '.,
...-*"" 9 Pounds graph. ."
Dated this 1 day of September. .;':.- 8- a It's heavierforrrF'r

1953. _
For 40c! (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby better roadability
.,
II
Clerk ot the Circuit Court '- I
3 Let demonstrate
By Marian X* Crosby: Deputy Clerk us You're in for a pleasant surprise

All Meat STEW, and FREE Bleach If Desired! 3/4 4t 9/25 1 at the smooth, steady

' NOTICE OP-APPLICATIOV all the advantages big-car ride of this new Chevrolet -

Lb" S t FOR TAX DEED '-. '-.. -----y-" One reason is that model
SOC (StMte Bill X.. 183) '
HAMBURGER" Notice is hereby given that T. 1. of buying a Chevrolet nOW! for model,Chevrolet will weigh

We Will .Alderman holder of City Tax Certificate Biggest brakes for -. to 200 pounds more than
No. 1, issued the I day of Jane smoother easier stops op
A.D.. 1930 has filed same In my office the other low-priced cars.

Dry Your Clothes and has made application for,a An easy nudge on the pedal /CHEVROLET
Fresh MadeSAUSAGE tax deed to be issued thereon. Said 'Combination of fowertBlt auto

certificate embraces the following brings smooth,positive response L- .i mafic tmumluton .and 11s-1&.,.
For 20c described property In the County of Chevrolet's unproved
right now -- "Blue-FlaruT engin optional
Lb Bradford. State of Florida. to-wit: MORE PEOPLE IUY CHEYIOLTTS THAH ANY 6THEK Oil ena
MEAT 60' In New Automatic Driers W 90 ft of N 105 ft of E% of :NWtf! brakes are the largest IwT"ti1t. 1J _
of SEH! of NEVi. Ex W 40 ft ofMisc. in the low-price field. ....- "F -- --_'-
Starke. Section 28, Town-. -
-. ship C South Range 22 East
The assessment of the said prop-
erty under the said certificate issued
was in the name of Eugene Hunter. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
The Us less said certificate shall be redeemed -
These Prices Good Six Days A Week Vasheteriae according to law. the pro -
erty described therein will be sqldto
Temple Ate. the highest bidder at the court
CALL AND
STARKE FLA. COURT STREETS
house door on the first Monday PHONE 111 ,
V the month of October UiJ. which
is the 5 day of October -=

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.i-I fRIDAY. SEP'I'Cmm'l1. 1953 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA \ '"

-.- __u_____ PAGE SEVEN

St. Mark's Episcopal Mrs. Harold Baxley and Wesley and Mrs. Russell Thomas Monday.Mrs. .

MOOt Baxley of Lakeland.. B. M. McRae, Mrs. H. SL ,
SERVICE
Rev. Raymond E. SlacBlaln and children all of Jacksonville' MEN McRae, and Miss Sherley McRae LET US FILE YOUR SAWon

and Mr. and Mrs. Truby Rowe visited Mrs. Raborn and daughter,
rlCHURCHES Schedule of Services our New foley
and children of Starke. Mrs. Benny McRae, at Brooker one

SUNDAYS Bunt Crews of HendersonvilleN. day last week. AUTOMATIC SAW FILER

9:45 a.m., Church School. 11
C. was visiting his parents. We regret to report the illness

..-J" ajn.. Morning Prayer & Sermon; .:Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews. during Alfred Earl Glisson, eldest of H. H. Lewis and hope he Will They'll cut

Methodist Church Presbyterian Church- 6:30 pjn.' Young Peopje's, Serv-, .the weekend. son soon be well again. We missed like new when y V
ice League. I of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glisson of ,
. filed
I Mr., 'and Mrs. Tom Casey spent him and Mrs. Lewis at church I on our

Services for Sunday, ,Sept. ,13- junior 'Choir Practice, Friday, HOLY COMMUNION I the weekend holidays with rela- Starke, enlisted in the Marine Sunday. precision ma-

j I Church School 9:45 a. m. Morning 3:30 p. m ( 1st. Sunday U a.m. 3rd. Sun- tives in Auburndale.Mr. Corps in August and is now taking Pvt Oliver H. Aspinwall Jr., We extend our sympathy to Mr. chine. In a

Worship 11 a m. on the ..topic."The Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning day 7:30 a.m. and Mrs. Ernest Williamsand basic training at Parris Island, and Mrs. Warren Starling whose few minutes'

Diamond of Salvation". Intermediate Worship, "How-to Reach the FRIDAY son Donnie of Lake City .S. C. He,would, like to hear from : son of Mrs. Margaret Davis and infant baby died two weeks ago in you'll have
Unreached", 11 a. m. Youth Fel- grandson of T. S. Williams of caws that cut cleaner, truer
I MYF 6:45 p. m.; Senior spent the weekend with the Hubert his friends the Gainesville hospital.
i at the
7:30 & Meditation. following ad-
Litany
MYF 7 p. m. Evening services 8 lowship 7 p. m. for every person p.m. Priest family. Other guestsof Starke. enlisted in the Army in *Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Turner of faster. Bring :your saws in
12 old and over. Evening 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal dress: Pvt.: Alfred E. Glisson- June and is stationed at Ft. Jack- today-you'll like our speedy
p. m. on "The Parables of Jesus", years the Priests during the weekendwere Crystal River visited the Robert
, The Children's .Hour,has been Worship 8 p. m., "A Faithful and Mrs. Morine Summerlin and 1124556, Pit 313, B Co., 17th son, S. C. His present address Is: Starlings last week. service.

resumed on Wednesday afternoonsat True Saying". Church of Christ sons, Joe and Edmond of Jackson RTBM, MCRD, Parris Island, S. C. Pvt. Oliver H. Aspinwall Jr., Co. Mrs. Russell Thomas was a bus- ..I

3:15 In the educational build- Prayer'Meeting Wednesday 7:30 ville. Joe is just home from a term K, 61st Inf. Regt., Ft. Jackson, iness visitor to Jacksonville Monday All New Equipment
followed by Choir Practice. Comer 10th and Mc3Iaho Franklin K. R.Sigler, son of Mrs.] S. C.
ing. All children 6 to 12 are cor- p. m of service in Korea. ; I I CALVIN JOHNS
,
1 Preaching-11 A. M and 7:31
I
Kelly Thompson of Starke, has
diallyinvited Prevattof Mr. and Mrs. Norman i
P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Truman I Leroy are 465 N. Water St.That's .
Christian Church Orlando spent the weekend with been transferred to a station in ; on the sick list this week '
Prayer Meeting and Bible.Study I : it-i
At The Tabernacle- Services Sunday at the First each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. their mother Mrs. Lizzie Prevatt. Iceland after graduating from I
'
Bible School-10 A. M. Mr and Mrs: : Herd and childrenof Radio & Code ,School at Keesler
Mrs. Florence Hippie and :Mrs. Christian Church 11 a.mn 7:30 and"Mr. and Mrs. Frank Our Business
I Tampa Field, Miss as an air radio opera-
Mae Wood who have been vacationing p.nv Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wells of Callahan spent the weekend tor. He spent two weeks herewith If It's Glass We Have It!
7:30 Church of God
In the North for several Prayer. Meeting Wednesday
with Mrs. Effie Miner. ,
his mother in July before CALL WRITE
weeks, were welcomed back to the p.m. J. E. Sherwood, minister of I :Marvin Warren of Eglin Air! / or VISIT
leaving for his duties.
School new
Tabernacle services last' Sunday.! Bradenton, will occupy the pulpit. Sunday 10 ajn. Morning the
Base near Pensacola spent 'l
Worship 11 a.m. Evening 7 Joe Peters Glass CO.FOR
The Tuesday night meetingsfor weekend with his parents, Mr. .
YPE Service .
Service 7:30
several weeks have been con- St. Edward's Church p.m. and Mrs. J. E. Warren.Mr. """ '" re
Tuesday 7:39 p.m. Prayer Meeting ;; ... ANY GLASS NEED
ducted by the younger men of and Mrs. R. C. Kelley were M ti
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a, m. 7:30 Thursday. We Design Modern Store Fronts
been pjn.
the congregation and have visitors: to Jacksonville last Monday Pvt. Marion A. Griffis, 'son of
Weekday Mass 7:30 a.m.Children's Just Mail Us A Pattern for
profitable.! Lacey -*' -al Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Griffis of Law-

One of the older men will have Class Saturday 11 Sunday School 10 a.nu Morning Mr. ,and Mrs. Roy Reddish of tey!.recently arrived at Camp Polk Table Tops

charge of the service next Tues- a. m. Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo Webster spent the weekend with Y La. for basic training with the :318 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353MOVING

day. Don't miss this surprise. Keystone Heights ing,Saturday 7:30( p.m. their mother, Mrs. V. R. Reddish. r,h famed 37th Inf..Div He has been ...
(Women's Hub: )
Miss Martha Pegram of Stuartis '--1 assigned to Co. E of the 145th .

SEVENTH DAY Sunday Mass 8 a. m. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH. spending this week with Mrs.J. Inf. Regt. of the "Buckeye" Divi
Confessions before all Masses.
ADVENTIST CHURCH THERESSA E. Warren. sion.
Services each Sabbath in old Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preaching Mrs. Seeber Andrews of Jacksonville .

Masonic Hail' on E. Call St. Sab- PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Service 11 a. nu; Training spent the, weekend with NOTICE APPLICATION
CHURCH 7 Evening Service her Mr. and Mrs. W. F. FOR TAX IKKI
bath School 2 Union p. m.; parents -
p.m. Preachingeach
School 10 a.m. ( rnate Bill.1.1):
second and fourthSabbaths Sunday 8 p. In.' Moore. Notice\ Is Hereby Given, That LouisP. LOCAL Safe PHONE
Morning Service 11 ajn. Benton Futch of Gainesville and Hebard and Francis D. Hebard. OR
3 p.m. Elder Mostert pastor, Evening Service 7:30 "A church earnestly contendingfor holder of Tax Certificate Xo St. Dependable
Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. the Faith which was once delivered Miss Voncille,Kelley of Starke attended issued the 31 day of May. A.D.. 1951. LONGDISTANCE 311OR
p.m. Prayer Meetings Wednesdaj church at the First Baptist w,., has filed same in my office and has EconomicalR.
Saints.Jude I
unto the I
Everyone welcome. night, 7:45 p.m. Saturday nigtei Church on_ _Sundav_ __ nierht. made application for a tax deed to ,
3. A welcome awaits you. n n be issued thereon. Said certificate B. Alvarez
J. E. Warren is recuperating at J embraces the following described ,
-Merle Packman, pastor. in of Bradford. Agents For TRANSFER AND
.his home here undergoing property the County 250-J
I
State of Florida to-wit:
Delcher Bros.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST :eye surgery in a Gainesville hospital SE% or NWU of SE 4. Sec. 25. STORAGE CO.STORAGE'.
on Wednesday of last week. T.5 S.H. 22 E. 10 acres
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH LATTER DAY SAINTS The assessment of said property
Mr. and Mrs.T.
Recent guests of under the said certificate issued
Services each Sunday in old Masonic L. Wainwright included Mr. and was in the name of C. C. Freet.

I Starke Hall on E. Call St. Sundayice i Mrs. James Wainwright of Melbourne Marine Pvt. Roger A. Brant- Unless said certificate shall be
6:30 p. m. Everyone welcome. Wainwright ley, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. redeemed according to law, tire
Mrs. Don -
Mr. and
""" I' r 4 I 11. School 10 a. m., Sacrament derv I' ; and children of Jackson- Brantley of Rt. 2, Starke, rubber property sold to the described highest therein bidder, will at the be Perryman Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida

stamps his clothing at Parris Is- court house door on the first Mon-
of Dade
City
I'ville Leslie Lipham ;
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor I ; land, S. C. where he is currently day in the month of October, 1955.
Mrs. Lillie Peek of Gladewater, which is the 5 day of October 1953.
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Texas and Jack BrassellL Mr. undergoing. boot training as a Dated this 2 day of September
Jefferson ;
and
Court Streets In The Heart of Town LAWTEY: FLA. member of the all-Florida "GatorPlatoon" 1953.
I Brassell who is a navy enlistee (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
which enlisted in
i Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 serving aboard the S. S. Wasp, a July. i Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Preaching Like all Marine recruits, Brant- County Florida. tit U 9/25
I U. S. Aircraft carrier, which was
I "'' ,,, ,. ,". ,, *"., 1# 11 a. m, & 7:30 p.' Midweek stationed in Jacksonville over the ley is wearing the traditional VTTVVVTTVVVVTTTTTTTTTTTTPINE
service Wednesday, 1:3 p. m. Marine boot haircut. INTEGRITYof
Sunday Sermons 11:09 A.M. -7:30 PAL A. B. Massey, pastor.LAWTpY. ( weekend spent the weekend with

his wife and small daughter In the The military unit of Pfc LoranC. LEVEL

I Sunday Schoo1.9:45 AJU. Training Union 6:15 P.M. .y.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy home of her parents. Mrs. Peek Brown, son of Mrs. Sarah conduct and dealing with better

Midweek'' Service. who is a sister of Mr. Wainwright Brown Rt. 2, Starke, was.recent by Sirs. H. M. McRaeAAAWWAIAWIAAUAAAj thoughtfulness and economy in all
Wednesday 7:30 P.M.
have extended visit I
to an
% expects ly ,awarded the Meritorious Unit our serving these mark the reput-
with him. Mr. and Mrs. John
Citation for service in
Langford of Lake Butler were 'al outstanding able quality of this well known firm.
Korea. Brown is serving as a We were glad to have our pastor
by L. II. Futch so guests of the Wainwrights on I supply clerk in Headquarters Co. and wife back with us last Sun-

Thursday of last week; I of the 70th Transportation Truck day night after they had been in DeWITT C. JONESPhone

Take Your Family The W. M. U. of the First Bap- Bn. and has been in Korea since the great Fellowship Meeting In 7
Mrs. Jack Brassell and daughter -:tist Church held its regular month Starke, Fla
.
; December 1952. FL Worth Texas. Bro. Alton .,
r.Mt.e. I 'I I" M
f ;;: 'Yhm. To Chun 4 Sunday >. Peggy Lee, spent Friday nightin 0 .ly business meeting in the church; Dobbs preached Sunday morningwith ,
Jacksonville. last at which time of- Funeral Director
salduntoni I t Tuesday Ambulance ServiceOur
thtg And Attend Services a good attendance.The .
; ,
E last ficers were elected to serve for
(t.. 'At The' Miss Faye Hogan spent Youth Fellowship was en- local funeral home enables oj to offer conveniences mi
tU5g0 Into i week with Miss Helen Hicks. the coming year as follows: President -
I joyed last Friday night with Rev. services not otherwise available.
Mr. and Mrs. Cullen McSwainand Mrs. Arthur Pearce; Vice
Bob Gray of Hampton the main
.t&c
house of
HAMPTON sons: Ronnie and Donnie spent I President, Mrs. E. W. Wilkinson; speaker.Mr. .. II I

=:: tha .(....or d" First Baptist Church, the holiday weekend with relatives Secretary-treasurer Terry; and ,pianist Miss Elizabeth Mrs.- and Mrs R. C. Cannon and II We furnish the highest type cerrtce at lowest prices, and
in Ft. Pierce and Naples returning
1
children of Palatkavisited Mr. and
ANT
Futch. accept life insurance policy in force, lasted by ANT
Bob Gray, Pastor home onMonday. I'Joyce Mrs. Robert Starling Monday:
Mrs. James Wainwright is company as payment, part or la full oa a funeral
Holiday weekend guests of Mrs.I'I Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles of
Bible School 10 AJU. B. T. U. 7:30 PJkL spending this week and next withI Consultation carries no obligation.
included Mr. and Jacksonville were guests of Mr.
Mattie Henderson relatives in the Lawtey and Heil- 11'# II I ,
I
Don't miss this message by the Pastor Sunday night at 8:00 : children 't I -
pjn. Mrs. Ralph Smart and ; bronn areas. Mr. Wainwright re.,

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holcomb and I 1{turned to Melbourne last Monday I Ernest B. Wells, son of Mrs.

"The Shortest Way To, Hell" daughter: Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Can- i after -a weekend spent here. I II Mae B. Wells of Lawtey, has been hi4

non; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smart;1.I The Seaboard Railway has recently qualified as an Aviation Cadet-

WHAT IS' IT? Recent out of town guests of I given the. depot here a new Aircraft Observer by the U. S. ; .

Mrs. Daisy Sutton included R. J. cost of paint which adds to.its ap Air Force 3503rd Personnel Pro- _

Griffis of Gainesville; "Mr. ando pearance.TTTVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVTTT. cessing Sqdn., Moody AFB, Ga. t*; i
I .fly r 69:1 A
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I Mr. Wells is a graduate of Florida Pb

Southern College. S J"4'
a i M {'ry
DELUXE' 1 I n y A'F' H t


MODEL 78 Magic Chef'Range LONG BRANCH Lang Tuesday.were.. in Starke .on business


i I by Sirs. j. L, StricklandI Sorry to hear that Mrs, Floyd

i I iffjjni has? been on the etch! list
11A AA. 1 A. iilI
with a nervous breakdown.There .
L
{ Mrs. Gertie Fairelotii-spent the will be a meeting of the
: .
-Y..e-' 'r! _, 1 I I weekend in Jacksonville with her PTA at the Clay Hill school house

Exclusive Features I daughter, Irene Padgett.D. next Tuesday. The general meet-

,,' B. Lang of Lutz and Lloyd ing of PTA was held at Green
ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER UNIT -- Wilkinson pf McDill Field spent Cove Springs Thursday of this -,

Exclusive! Two top burners and ; '. :-u\ the weekend with relatives and week. ..... Just lift tJ E"7 Out lever and \

drip ,tray all la ODe unit. Catches '- .'.-l.. .: friends in this section of the country .-- --_ out'come big,roU-sjz?cubes!Fit

apWovers, lifts like a feather, :' :. Q 1' .'\ returning south Monday after- electric l refrigerator, even

washes Ukj a plate Burners an .._ '::1r':. ., .w oia moaejaf limn olfar...,.
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non-clog a1mm Met. Instant, noon.Mrs.. Marclee Johns returned to, PHONE 218 ."i',u. coupon'to -'

automatic top lighting Jacksonville after visiting in her! '4ialaa '\A '4a ,

home town in Oklahoma. i i COLONIALFLORIST ?; I Ir
SWING OUT BROILER
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We are sorry to hear that Nellie I FREE
Exclusive! Open the door and the Wilkinson .....'
has been sick for the '''''' 3rEI ,
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broiler swings out ready for we. past week. Grace Lang spent OF EXTRA OS,
Convenient smokeless. L
FDa to ft Saturday with "t "
Nellie. : .
frizzling, savory steaks.GU.R.'TEED. I ,, WITH, THE PURCHASE Of ANY
Our
son, Lacy Fields, and family,
-. from Newport, Va. spent several ;, FLOWERSFor. i : r i PHILCO I RefrigerateThis5700VaIue43 !

Ea<* range U guaranteed for one days with us last week. It was the i f i s r
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first time
had 4 '
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year against defects In workman- p
ship or material. Burners are f grandmother for almost ten yearsand' ; .

guaranteed.for life. I wish to say this was a very s .

happy reunion. (j) 5' NATIONAL SILVER CO.

News is scarce this week andI '

can't do justice by what we have. t SILVERPUHSERVICE

Broke my glasses Monday morningand DISH GARDENS I -- '

Priced As Low As cannot see to write what little -.r. -

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PAGE !'Hy4. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA

-- FRIDAY, SEFTOIBER 11, 1958


Ronald Hansen might"When; be we wrong"got to' the v house. it two er being years advised ago from by New physicians York aft-to BUS Tornadoes Shuck Shoes- Dig Mud I PTA Will Consider I -- .- --,- -. .
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was still closed up so we drove onto seek a warmer climate because of Forming Two Units -

who said he hadn't Ronald's health. The had had

. Faces Trial HereContinued seen a: neighbor's Mrs. Hansen all morning and rheumatic fever and was boy in a New To Get Ready For St. Leo On 25th For Activities HereThe and SaveAt

feared the boy might have done York hospital for months and later Shop

something to her," Sewell said. in a convalescent: home for a period Bradford High School Par I
. from page one ent-Teacher Association will hold !
"So,.accompanied by the neigh- of time. "You can't win" sighed the,
there that city policemen Matt I bor, Carl Horton, I took the boy The father unable to find suit- Bradford Tornadoes when they couple weeks' practice with a its first meeting of the school year

Morgan and Riley Sweat discover back to the house. We found a able employment here, had returned got up at 6:30 a.m. Labor Day broken toe, reported late and is Tuesday traditional night covered, September dish 15. The Your

ed him about 2:30 ajn. I door open and went in. The bed to New York where he worked morning (in an attempt to beat filling a vacant guard position. supper
will be served at 7 in the I
The officers became suspicious i where Ronald said his mother slept I with a meat packing and refrigerating the afternoon showers) and foundit Veteran and seasoned Gary Garneris school cafeteria.As p.m.

- since they had spotted Ronald on hadn't been used.: I then unlocked concern. He planned to return pouring down, even at that early holding down the right guard
I the last elected president, R.
his first visit to town earlier in: the door of the boy's room and his i here after the home was paid hour. That didn't stop the hardy position.Mike 0.. Davison, is no longer a residentof FRIENDLYSuwanilee

. the evening and told him to go dog bounded out. The cat was' for. !gridsters, however-what with the Clark a guard for the Starke, the nominating committee -
the bed. The into Ronald was school first game of the season scheduled past two seasons, is operating at
home. They turned him over to. lying on dog ran regarded by i will present a candidate for
Deputy Sheriff Sewell who upon the kitchen and stopped suddenly authorities here as a "problem I,with St. Leo here on September the quarterback slot and is carrying :this office.

finding the mother's billfold on the pointing in the direction of child" and was placed in a special 25. So practice went on "as usual" on in his usual good form at The main topic of discussion will

boy, thought Ronald was running where the body lay. 'I rushed back class for "slow learners and pupils I but without shoes. After all, atJ17.50 the new' postion. Clark is fast anda be the advisability of dividing the
line blocker
away and carried him home. The into the boy's room and grabbedhim with social problems." per pair, it's better to have good which is very I association into two unitsoneto

wallet contained $23.70. ,' fearing he might have got- :Mrs. Hansen who was born muddy feet than soggy shoes. necessary for a quarterback in i be known as the Starke Elementary .

Arriving at the house, Sewell ten a pistol," the deputy said. October 25! 1910 in Jersey City, N.I I Clear skies Tuesday and Wednes- Skoofalas the single wing and Billy formation.Moore James 1 School P.T.A. and the other to
Up until about midnight Satur- J., is survived day, however, brought a note of are I
told the boy to call'his mother, by a sister Mrs. Joan I continue as the Bradford High
out at
he cheer to Coach James Hobbs, who working quarterback also. 1
Ronald maintained that
day Kyrifides of New York who School P.T.A: This latter unit
which he did, but in a voice scarce- City, Others I
knew nothing about the killing of. reports that at long last the football looking good to the
attended the. funeral
above a whisper, the deputy said. services here ,would draw its membership from
ly coaches are Paul Rivers, Vernon
Ronald stated his mother was his mother. Finally he broke down Wednesday afternoon. She, like I field is beginning to dry out II I parents of Junior,and High School
and Arnold
Teston Smith at ends
into excellent condition. ,j
probably spending the night with and made the confession which the father, expressed a desire to 'I practicing .Students living in the entire county -
With the and Ned Pringle at tackle. Ai!,
opening
Sewell recorded. The just
tape deputy's game
Sewell brought him see Ronald properly defended i The wide divergence of interests -
so
friends
i two weeks there's still three-way tie is developing between -i
back to the county jail. mild-mannered questions were an when his case comes before Circuit away, plenty in the two age groups, the 401
" swered by the boy ina high L I of work to be done. Coach Wayne Douglas, Lavon
About 11 o'clock Saturday mornIng Court in November needs, the growth of the school and PHONE
pitched voice that showed just a 'Hobbs has been putting his '1 Sidney Strickland at E. CALL Store
the deputy put Ronald in his 4fullback.. All the ability of each P.TA. to betterserve
three
backfield are working
men daily through :
slight running
amount of
toward nervousness. the students will be considered. -
car and once more started MatthewsTo hard and for' No.1' 335
Cong. their plays,. pass drills, and pushing. that ST.
when .
the Hansen house. Monday night, photographed fullback
conditioning exercises. Line Coach position. i
'The boy said there was no use at the jail, Ronald's chief I All parents and teachers are requested
Speak Sat. Hazelwood has had the linemenbusy Forty-two younger boys reported CECIL DOUGLAS
going back,, out there because his concern seemed to be over the welfare I too-blocking, tackling, and for the Junior Varsity first to attend this important Manager
t mother usually left the house of his dog and cat. He asked meeting. '
sprinting exercIses. practice session Tuesday after DELIVERY
around 11 o'clock and didn't comeback I Sewell if he could see them, and Congressman Billy Matthews will.'j The team suffered a severe blow,.noon. Coach Jim Hurst is work' SERVICE *
wondered if the neighbors were speak informally in Starke. on Sat I
until 3 or 4 in the afternoon
(last the out in shorts this
week when Zack ing boys
Crawford I Ia
Sewell said. "This made me'think feeding them,. asxpromised. urday, Sept. 12, at 10 a.m and in J l We reserve the right to limit quantity l
. two-year letterman and an outstanding week, and Corky Jones, a teacherin I

for the first time_that something The Hansens moved here about Lake Congressman Butler at 1 Matthews p.m. is taking \ tackle, broke his collarbone the. Lawtey school, is helping 1Camel PRICES GOOD THUR., FRI., SAT., SEPT. 10, 11. 12

L in and win be. out. I
------ -- scrimmage
1 advantage of the recess in ,
sidelined for three or four games.. The Junior Varsity boys will 8 7UIJI1IH"
Congress to make a three weeks Newcomer Charles Kelly was: dress out in heavy togs Mondayand I OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY
INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE tour of the ,Sth.District, reportingto
shifted to help out Richard Hen will start their rough work in
the people on his activities in
derson 'in this all important lefttackle preparation for their first game I
the first session of the 83rd Con II SAVE Save SAVE
gress. position. 'with the Ketterlinus Juniors here II

Kenneth Elder, wh missed ,,1.1. October 6. I
The Congressman stated that 1

he wants to see as many of his I I CRISCO 3 Lb Can TfftC

>r constituents as possible on this I
"F RADIO journey and he is anxious to have r e srrm

the benefit of their views and
With Grocery Order of $5.00
More
or
AND opinions on local and national I d n

issues. In addition he is looking

TELEVISIONSales forward{, to greeting friends person- SAVE Save SA VESUN.LITE

ally, and wants to get acquainted

I 1114 with any persons who have not met L m
1 1drA l
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f
him.During the recess Congressman we've just received age Cans

and Service Matthews is maintaining an officein TOMATOES 1 22C "

I III the post office building at By Ceo. T. Hugging more of those new

224 N.. Temple Ave. PHONE. 166 Starke, Florida Gainesville where he will be gladto y f County Agent
i
see anyone having business with + .,
t
him. t 1 Agricultural Extension Sen-Ice GOODYEARMiracle ARGO -


Commute Election ;each. Now ole Cle1'eland'Nealtyho LIMA BEAMS 2 cans Look WhatROSE

Thomas M. Williams On Saturday, Sept. 19, farmers remarked, it pays to have good
,
Sell It Rent It Trade It stock, exhibited much pride in
Retired Farmer,* will go to the polls and select a handling eight spotted Poland ALL-NYON[ CORDSuperCushions DALE

Dies At.Age Of 77 PMA Committee\ for- 1954. This China p I s big enough to wean Sweet PEAS 2 cans I

WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED committee of three is responsiblefor at only four weeks old.

Thomas M.: Williams, 77, longtime and will administer the program A Good Pasture Practice "!"'" COLLARDS. MUSTARD as 1
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.. t;;\
resident of Bradford
County, for It represents you Lbrenzo Green has taken advantage +(
you. :
Good Results ,
Low'Rates To
Easy Place .
died at the home of his daughter, TURNIPS Scans
I Mrs.: L. J. Prevatt, Tuesday morn- in your requests" for your shareof of a fertilizing practice l '

20 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION\ - 50c ing, following a long illness. assistance available under the that will surely pay off. He had fj'A' CREAM

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2e Mr. Williams was born in Buford Agricultural Conservation Program heard that poultry manure was STYLE

DISCOtNT OF IS PER CENT ON TWO OR MORE I'\SEKTIO'\S County, S. C., the son of John and and acts as an advisory good to put on permanent pasture.He 1i 1/-: ti bI CORN 2 cans

Mary Bean Williams.
33* ADDITION: FOR BLIND ADS OR ADSNOT PAID IV ADVANCE He came to committee and makes recommendations : : learned where he could, get a '
Bradford County early in life and
YTSMEMORIANS establishing or adjusting good amount and get it spreadover i '
in NO. 1 IRISHPOTATOES
,CARD (THANKS, RESOLUTIONS PER LINECOUNT had farmed: here until ill health *

( 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) I forced his retirement several years tobacco grower 'allotments. shouldgo his pasture at a very attrac- I e s 10 lbS

ago. He was! a member of the Every qualified farmer tive low price. He lost no time in .= t

Methodist Church and had to the. polls Saturday Septa 19, before L.
been making arrangements
I
a proper
''FQIl RENT-One 4-room apartment. \EW! TRY- STAR PLASTIC TYPE and vote for five of the followingmen
One 3-room apartment both nicely CLEANER-Does a better job, member of the Odd Fellows for somebody wanted it worse PEACHES 2 cons
furnished.' -Clec. equipped. faster. No 'messy liquids. Self- over 30 years. .. : N. J. Davis, J. W. Kelley,
Shady lawn 1 mile from bride E. renewing, lasts Indefinitely. Only ,. Ernest Edwards, Marklee Starling, than he did. This poultry manure ----
Starke, Resent Road. Mrs. L. M. 50c At Bradford County In addition to his daughter, Mrs. The Tire
. Wynn Rt. I, Box J-C. tfchg Telegraph.tf .Prevatt, he is survived by another Floyd Crosby, James Rosier, Leon spread over his pasture at about that's up to 80% POTTED Will Buy

FOR SALE 8-ln. tilting top benchsaw FOR SALE-Missionary strawberry daughter, Mrs. Etta Fowler of Conner, E. L. Kelly, R. R. Andrews one ton per acre will show resultsfor stronger.. MEAT 3 cans '

with' H HP motor 175.00; plants grown on new land by the Hawthorne; two sons, Thomas E. and Albert Moody. several years. It is a product
Model 59 multttlth press old bed or thousand. Maurice Edwards and These men were selected by a that S The Tire
V.
E. of
Williams slowly supplies portions
both
model mulUfraph with Iota of Jr- Starke. tip 9/11 of .
supplies, all for 1250.00. I speaker Bradenton; four brothers, Cam nominating committee. The top important elements to the pasture. that gives up to 21.% BEST BUYHERSHEYS
2-way tnner phone eel $10.00; In- FOR SALE-! Registered Angus Williams, Bradenton three will be named the committeeand Even in these days of low-price more mileage.
fared heat lamp with sun bulb : Bulls, In ; Elliott and
past yearlings; good fibs
110.00; U-ln. electric floor fan shape.: Also some young Hereford Nat Williams; both of Starke; and the next two will be alter cattle, Mr Green has taken ad- The Tire
on adjustable.' litand $25.00; Electric I cows, bred to Angus bulL J. Hardy Williams, Frostproof. nates., Any farm operator, tenantor vantage of a profitable practice. SUGAR 39C
Singer sewing machine cabInet B. White on State Farm Road. who that's far safer yet
share-cropper operates a 'hGroe.ord.rof
Funeral services Why Feed Mineral
model with attachments $50; 2/tp 9/11 were held at
Antique sampler 102 years old the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church farm participating in the ACF Hogs and cattle need mineralat costs but a few dollars $5.00 or More
'$%:i.01); Movie projector 115.00; JOB OPPORTUNITY-Young men is eligible to vote.. more than a standardtire.
High chair 12.00; 24-in. girls bike wanting to learn chain store business Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock program all times. Hogs going into fields ,' .
1O.00; CH-asuional chair 110.00; must be willing to work in with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Polls will be at the AgricultureBuilding !to feed and cattle going into win .
Koll-away bed 110.00; Cedar Chest another city. 18 to 25 years ofagewith in Starke and Pinholster's -
Home in charge of ter need mineral to balance the
410.00;; Assortment tables and high school education. No arrangements TOP TRADE-IN MEAT SPECIALSFLORIDA
lamps |2.00 each. Write p. O. E'ox experience necessary. Starting Interment was in the family plot Store in Brooker. You may ration and help the other feeds doa
401 Heights.or phone 2152 Keystone ray |20. to ,$10 and regular increases there. vote any time between 8:00 a.,m. better job.Another ALLOWANCE FOR
Itchg Apply local manager '
Lovetta. Active bearers and 5:00 p. m. reason to feed mineralis
itp pall were Guy II YOUR!! PRESENT TIRES
SiGN UP FOR THAT FREE GAS atGumber' Good Stock Pa5W.
Edwards, J. W. that calcium makes three-
gas station. Every Sat. EARTHWORMS Woodward, S. R up
FOR SALE-A. E.
nrday at t P.M. It happens every Surrency Thompson St. between Johns, P. D. Reddish, Free H. Hall and Cleveland Neal :fourths of all the mineral matterin Ib
week. :3k miles north of Starkeon Wakhington & 10th. Also at West manwho live on opposite sides of the animal "-
201. Kemember $0 gals free End Grocery 10tp-9/ll Register, Sr., and Fate Brown. body, and of the FANCY RED HENS 49CTENDER
the week before Xma Last Hampton are by no means big minerals necessary to good health,

week's lucky signature! Maxie FOR RENT-Large Kingsley Lakcottage Rita farmers. They don't even claim to and is one of the most likely to be
Wilkinson, Lawtey Fla. Oct. I, to'June 1. Inquire HayworthAt be farmers. This
I vaccinated
week lacking in the ration.
Welding of all kinds, also burn at Ronnie-Donnie. Stp 9/1S
Ing. Joe does the welding. Florida Theatre hogs at each of these places and Phosphorus 'is also important : BABY BEEF

JuE 'UUMBEK'S GAS STATION'UP FOR bedroom RENT-furnished Klngsley Lake-Thre, Oct.e at each place the pigs were a because U.v two minerals mixture SERVICE CENTER R -Ib
cottage
thru May. $i5 month. May be One of the most remarkable pleasure to look at and handle. I go hand in hand from a nutritional CHUCK ROAST 39CFresh

FOR kitchenette,RENT-Cottage bedroom, living and room bath., HARRIS seen Sunday- 1 mile Sign South- Strick HOKE periods in recorded history is' didn't get the age- of Mr. 'Hall's standpoint. When you feed a good STATIONSEEBER

Electric stove and hot water heat land's Landing. 4tchg 9/25, brought to the screen of the Florida mine I duroc pigs but I would guess mineral mixture you get these two
er.. Inquire U. F. Smith, V mile Theatre this Sunday and Mon about 10 or 11 weeks and they elements. It is economical to spend D. GOODMANU.
from town on.Keystone Road. Up LET J. Ground PURE PORK
D. ODOX. .
HANDLE YOU JR. :day in "Salome", with Rita Hay- weighed between 60 and 70 pounds a little money for mineral. S. 301 at South City Limits
FOR SALE-Good Income C 150 CATTLE AND HOGS :worth as the dancing princess of i'I i ir
x 125 foot lot. Duplex on one 100 SALEM u
lot. Close to schools and stores. Lire Oak Earh WedneMayC I I Galilee, and Stewart Granger as I!SCS SUPERVISORS I I PAN
ville.Private Fla.party P, Q.. IJSU Jackson .l.e.,'Hl. Each Friday Roman commander Claudius, the I II )I ORGANIZE SEPT. 8 I' I SAUSAGE 49CTENDER
2tp tin
RADIOS REPAIRED I aristocratic secret follower of TO ATTEND MEETINGThe \ SCHOOL OF BALLETNOW ,
John the Baptist.
FOR -RENT Bence Cottage on AH Make AH MdeUle I
Klngsley Lake. Attractive, modern ........ chance naraateed The all-star cast is routed out Board of Supervisors for BABY BEEF RIB ANDBRISKET
completely furnished with'kciveu-!
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD I
ed porch. Apply Mrs. J. O. Hoover TM W. Call St. Starke Pa. 23SI by Charles Laughton as the cruel the ,Bradford Soil Conservation OPEN
Church St. 2tchg ,18 King Herod; Judith Anderson
as 'Ib
District held IC;
their
FOR SALE-Two EngU..1bul1 ,_one 17 licensed ANTED-Graduate practical for nurse ot ''lhe' wicked queen Herodias! and organizational Classes Each Tuesday'Thursday STEW 19 ,
4H yrs. old one I mOo Also, some duty. Doctors Clinic ceneral.: Cedric Hardwicke as the patrician. meeting Tuesday, Sept. 8. Those
whit face grade vows C Letch attending were '
20J W. Call StStarke, Tiberius Caesar. Lloyd Green V. R.
Rt. 2. Box 51. Starke. 2tp Sot I 5:30 7:00 P.M.
The fabled Ferguson. J. B. White, and Foster
FeR' SALE ." x I S" x U" Concrete story of Salome is
"SPECliL"CKNIINK Block lie each. Plenty of alive with the violence of the time Shi Smith, Supervisors; G. T. FRESH

AZtLRlS INUIl .'ORJOi.\ ford Mortar Engineering Mix and Company.Cement Phone Brad- when ancient Rome first came to 1 Huggins, Secretary, and Bill Haas, St. Edward's Recreation Hall Ib

!. is IS Urat 160 far S<*00 94. tf grips with the spiritual force that Soil Conservation Service. MULLET FISH
For Information 20CFRESH
BEL\EOERt: \Z.LE.lUSEI:\ I Phone1244-J
Pnallnv Earlr C.lllaa.. SALESMAN WANTED Write was to bring its empire crashing Lloyd Green was elected chair
Earl..... Fla. P....* V aid. 2363 wire I't.' wlelgh'. Dept. FA-270-21S.J or j I down. One of history's most fate-I man V. R. Ferguson Vicechairman. -

Memphis, Tenn. Regarding opportunity -,ful eras is relived as Salome The committee heads for
LOST-Sept. 7 2i month old Boxer, for Rawleigh business again
( GROUND
brown with scar on head Reward In Pradford County No capital j dunces her fabled Dance of the I I the Program for Greater Service

Contact foil CoUen Sunco Station needed (tp 10/2 Seven Veils; Herodias plots the I were appointed: J. B. White, Pub-

phone 214 or 1G8-\V\ Itp \ death of John the Baptist while!; licity; V. R. Ferguson, Education; HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT Ib -
FOR
RENT-Close In, desirable
very
FOR SALE-Willys pick Hero rules his I Zedra HAMBURGER 39CFRESH
up truck location furnished and unfurnished I licentious court Hamilton. Program; Lloyd

with driven low by one mileage.person Owned sell at and a Also apartments, all .convenience a' and Pontius Pilate masses his I Green, Legislative; and Foster Shi 301 1-2 MILE SOUTH STARKE -- 301
sleeping 201 W. Madison
bargain. Olin W. White, Sr., 1IJ I I S!. rooms. Itchg 9/li Roman legions against the new' Smith, Finance. By adopting this *

Lake St. Up,I enemy from the heavens. i' Program for Greater! Service, the Regular Meals Weekly Specials SLICED

LOST-Red Ladies billfold Sept. Son I In order to make the film a Board of Supervisors feel they
West Madison St. Containing WANTED authentic as possible a swill' be of Fountain
greater
service Service
money and papers. Finder keep'' company to the Ib
money return bill folder to Dr i i I to was sent off to the. Holy Land to people of Bradford Soil Conserva BEEF LIVER 49CTENDER
A. J. Rarrvs office. itpj I II Prospective purchasers film actual backgrounds for the tion District.. _
I see my Ibt of Dwellings, SPECIAL.SUNDAY
FOR LEorl' Refrigerator; Farms, Ranches, Acreage, Lots Biblical scenes which are filmed In Plans were made to attend the
very good condition Technicolor. 1953
new unit, State convention of Florida
$15. Tou mujt see it to reads Lake Front Properties Business Soil iiNNERS BABY BEEF
SIRLOIN
Conservation OR
what a buy It is at Well's Electric Property, and Business Invest 1 District Supervisors
Co. Itp ments. Scouts Fix Up Hut which will be held in Lake

FOR S\LE-U model A City Wednesday and Thursday, Ib:
Ford. four
good tires, running condition These listings are available ton On Holiday ,Weekend September 16 and 17, with Santa THOMAS T BONE STEAK 49CA
Phono 1.2.W' after 5 ...clnt'k, it I II those who want to buy or In- Fe Soil Conservation Districted

# FOR RENT-Xice 2 room apartment.' test hi Florida. Boy Scout of Troop 70 work (Columbia County) as host. GARAGE & SERVICE

Kitchen with tile drain board,I' Call, write or phone for a on their Scout hut over the holiday STATION

private W. Call bath and and Orange garage.Sta.Co.rof M weekend, painting repairing, and
rs. GIFT FOR
E. J. Dowllng. 527 W. Call phone roPyA. cleaning up their headquarters.The OPEN 1 24 HOURS YOU !
11J-J. Itchg I J. THOMAS work was done for the approaching W. C. T. U. .

VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY REAL ESTATE BROKER open house to be held '. EXPERT REPAIRS WITH EACH 10.00 CASH ORDER 1 CARTON
34 T..le \n. Telr.h.ae 214 SOBRIETY .
for the North District AND SELF
One piece l SOl ft. frontage 21.500 j. Scouts later t CONTROL -
net. One piece 151 ft frontage:;,! Starke. FUrUa thi month. ARE THE FOUNDATIONSOF WRECKER SERVICE
12.000. Located OB 201 North edge'!, plusdep.
of Citr. 50J N. E. 121H St. Miami FOR SALE-Missionary strawberry The Court of Honor for Septem DEMOCRACY. COCA COLAS 12C
2J, Fla. 4tp '111 plant on new ground by bed or ber will be held in .the American (SIGNAL PRESS EVANSTOX''
thousand.-Pete Griff, Rt. I. j Legion HalL J ILLINOIS.\ ) PHONE 211J STARKE, FLA.
FOR RENT-Unfurnished house Inquire Box 84, Griffls Loop. Starke. .
at Bps Station. tf i W-al1 g -Jan Muadorff. --- .

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