Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I. u.tP', Library rIa Historv

'. awtey Gets $3,000,000 Plant

; db Pont Company Announces Plan For Second Ilmenite Mine In This Area

Will Be Constructed And Operated By Humphreys Gold

BRFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Corporation -- Work% Scheduled.. To Begin Within Six Weeks

A new $3,000,000 mine and plant to produce ilmenite, the raw material for titanium

Official County Publication -- Established In 1879 metal and titanium pigments, will be constructed near Lawter for E. I. du Pont de Nemours

1 & Company 'of Wilmington, Delaware, officials ot the company announced 'esterday.

f STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTE\I: 18, 1933 NUMBER TEN The new operation will be similar to du Pont's Trail Ridge ilmenite plant east of

"OLU3IE SE\"E.'TY-FI\'E- : I Starke, and the additional output of "black sand" will help the company meet increasing

demand for titanium metal and titanium pigments.-

For Corbinlt City's Revenue mine Construction and of will the new .ashore to the "dry mill" where itI
A Pulling plant begin I

I rgosy From Plant within the next six weeks .1 will electromagnetic be further and concentrated electrostatic by I! Nettles NamedManagerOf

1 under a schedule calling for ,seperators. From there the Umen-I
---- completing the installation
t --
f''V' lite will be shipped '
by freight cars

Hits New High and getting into production I to du Pont plants at Baltimore,I I

Investigator early in 1955. It will be built 1Id.. and Edge Moor, Del output -! -

; and operated for du Pont by i is expected to be roughly!

the Humphreys Gold Corpora- 100,000 tons a year. I Brooker Market

T Says Polygtams Consumption of municipally produced tion of Denver, Colo., as in Key to the feasibility of the

: *. lights and water in Starke the case of the four-year-old operations is the system of sepa-!
z, # reached an all-time high in July, Trail rating spirals, originally devised I Ralph Nettles, currently employed
Ridge plant.
: hail records reveal. August by the as'' with the Federal-State Fruit &
'Jity: Humphreys Corporation
Are Favorable will also of the
provide some
Vegetable Inspection Service, has
receipts (which are based on July an improved method of concentrating -

;4 0' .'- .: billings) amounted to $14,971.20 major equipment. gold sands. Humphreys will been named manager of the Brooker -
!t-;.. The new operation will be known State Farmers Market, effective,
be home for for lights and $2,022.65 for water. supply them for this operation as
Bob Corbin might
the Plant and will be
: City Clerk Carl Johns said that, as Highland it did for the Trail Ridge plant. October 1.Nettles .
Christmas. I
; '
c located on about five and one.-half I the son of Mr. and Mrs.
It he i IsIt il1 be a stranger to his knowledge, this represents percentage of ilmenite in !.
than-ficti9n ending to the story I'an all-time high in the history of sections ((3,520 aCres) purchased the sand is so small that 15 years I. R. A. Nettles of Starke and a grad-
: by du Pont some time ago in sep- uate of Bradford High School, will
the. and water
of father who has served f4 city-owned light ago there was no known method!
a young life I!lant, which was established arate tracts, mostly from St. for its economic extraction. The succeed R. N. Beville who has been
more than two years a 'J, sometime in the early 1900's. Marys Paper Company and Canal development of the assigned as manager of the Plant
sentence for a. crime he steadfastly ,,r .' Timber
maintains he did not commit. Going back over the records Corporation. The tract I spirals made it commercially feas- City Market.
lies about two miles northeast of
Corbin apparently, holds no \ that were readily available and ible. For every two tons of il- The announcement of Nettles'
and 17 miles north of the I
malice in his .}leart. He says he *, comparing receipts fOr August of Lawtey menite recovered, it will be. nec- appointment.to Brooker was made
was a icUm of circumstances, and '-, i is year with receipts for theme present Ridge plant. essary to dig out about 100 tons of here by Ralph B. Alvarez, assist-
The mill-which is th
he's ready to forgi\'e and forget. 4 \. month in previous years dry dry sand.. The same situation is true ant director of state markets, fol-
? land of the
Mrs. Co bIn. likewise takes a S tows a gradual upward tre.nd in part operationwillbe at the Trail Ridge plant. This lowing a meeting of the. advisory
constructed site ad-
philosophical attitude in discussing : the consumption of electricity and. on a 3G-acre compares with deposits'being board of the Brooker market last
A 'I
the case.HI know Bob is innocent ; water in Starke. joining the southwest corner of the mined elsewhere which run up to Saturday at which time the application -

." she says. "I did 1't think f! I4 From records that were ,available larger property. This parcel was 75, tons of ore in every 100 tons I Iofmaterial was approved.At .
purchased from Ed M. Durban and I
it could happen to an innocent iv ri'ceipts.for. lights_ and water taken up. the present time Nettles 13
was pirt of his farm. The office
man' but it did." ,' 3 & -' for August of previous years were Ilmenite is the principal titan- inspecting peanuts at Adel, Ga. He
building will also be located there.
The story began, back in March u follows: August, 1948-$7,566.- him-bearing ore available to industry will take over active management
f Waste treatment facilities will be
of 1951 when the body of Claude 8 for lights, $1,748.75 for water; Titanium itself is a me- at Brooker on Oct. 1. Beville's ap-
% built into the plant so that there
Beaver, young employee of the I August, 1950-$8,558.78 and will b no water tallic element, and a lot of indus- pointment to Plant City was efpointment -

Hercules Powder Company, was 1735.53; August, 1952$10,623.13 .- tion. The. resulting pollu- trial know-how l Is required to get to Plant City was e.f-

discovered. on' the back seat.. of a I and $1,985.21. of operation water uses large it out of i1.menit, which is composed fective Sept. 15, but he will stay
quantities whiCh will be
burned automobile parked between I. The $12,971.20 figure for August treated before principally of oxides of iron with the new Brooker manager for
being discharged
the South Street residences of i of 1953 represents an increase of so and titanium. There are three two weeks to acquaint him with
that it will be
than the
Corbin and his neighbor, Claude I $5,404.35, Or 71 per cent, over the purer principal types of the ore sand marketing conditions in that area.
stream which '
into it flows.
James McCool. I August, 1948 figure for lights. The 'I lock, and slag. The Florida type At Plant City Beroleill re-
About 200 will be
The automobile was apparently I consumption of water in Starke employees is sand. place Henry Hilton who recently
needed to the mine
bumed to cover up' the murder of seated submits to "lie ovei the 5.year period showed only This aI-black sand Is turned resigned to reenter the inspection
Corbin )
Bob (
Above; and plant, and it is expected that
Beaver, fQr witnesses testified .i a 16 percent increase, however. I into the whitest white pigment I I service.Paging.
detector" test at State Prison in effort to nearly all personnel, will be hired, _
ever made
that it had been soaked wIth some titanium dioxide
connection wit the from this immediate The
his Innocence area.
type of inflammable liquid and j by a complicated chemical process
March S, Council Sets Up combined operations at Starke and i Mr.
then Ignited. The desperate plan tnurder of Claude Beaver here on in plants of the du Pont Company. Hodge

might have worked, but for one 1931. Checking the pol"gJ'8Jl1 Is Bob Rhay, Lawtey will mean an industrial Major importance of ilmenite has
List payroll of more than million
little slipup. The fire.shorted out chief Investigator for Argosy magazine's i Priority dollars a been as a souce for Ute snow- County Clerk Charles Darby is

the automobile horn which blared Court of Last Resort annually. white pgment.! The latter Is used very anxious to contact one, R. V.Hedge. ,

forth in the pre-dawn hours, For Street Paving'I While the new plant will be simI widely in paints, because, pound a former resident of Brad-

awakening lghbors, who then Corbin's wife and pretty nine-'ear-olI( I liar to the one near Starke, the for pound, It hides surfaces better\ford County.It .

turned in a fire alarm. daugMer"Barbara' Jean, ar happy at pros- JJ : \ city _ouncil, in its first actual cost will be higher since con- than any other pigment, and, in seems that Darby has some

A policeman testified at the pec(1pT; in J daddy at hom'agaln: after !?? I regular meeting since the city struction: costs have soared sharply rubber, paper, nylon, rayon, print- money for Hodge and can't locate

trial tflat after tIrem ( bad the nore, than t\\9 years 01 Imprisonment. I election, transacted the following since the Trail "Ridge installa- ing inks, and many other products. him anywhere in the county.

blaze'under.. control, McCool rir.ovef &. of< ..*- ..busQless Tuesday. night: tion back in 1949. Since 1948, du Pont has been The money is from the redemp-

the cap of the gasoline The. U-fear-old, -. Corbin- whose. former.... .home- i, proved treifgot, $J.lMOO! ia "- First.tep m construction, pioneering4i.<<= vornrnrcII development t1o4kax cel'tlicate held by

tank and was seen tossing Wathalla, f SflrsmOStkbJL'tattoned : ,... tr r sewer and'paving funds to a savings I to lay a railroad spUr to the site. of titanium in its metallic 'Hodge. Darby said this is some
> ,
-ltghttd:'m t. h ins' U k tn i : at: .Camp Blinding with the 79th isr..f: -4 .' ,I I \ account with the Florida The "dry mill" will be built on fo Although this is new, titan-I money he would like to get rid of.
an apparent attempt to 'start the Division in World War II. lie and hIs wife, Bank at Starke, which agreed to land adjoining the track. A channel ium promises to become one

auto burning again. About that the formet Dolly Ben, were married in Tennessee --. '. : pay one per cent interest on a will be scooped out of the sand I important structural metals. Its! Local Safety Group

time Beaver's charred body. was in 19-3 whIle Corbin's division was on :, daily balance until such time as nearby and the dredge and ore itrength-weight ratio is better

discovered on'the back seat of the After :.1 ;; : the balance was less than $10,000. separators will be built in it. When than that of any commonly used I To Be Organized
lie later served onneas. I
car. The dead man's stomach ha4 maneunrs. I Discussed the five per cent utility this is filled with water, the dredge metal, and its corrosion resistance I i At Sept. 29 Meeting
been slashed,' causing' his death, the war he was employed u a carpenter and tax on gas ani electricity, as and separators will float. When is exceilent. It has already become'I

it Is believed, before the car Wa at the time of his arrest in connection witI\ it would apply to the areas, recently in operation, they will pick up the vital to the government's defense I I The Starke Chamber of ComI -

set on fire.Beaver the Beaver ease was working in Green CoveSprings. voted into the city limits, and sand in front, take out the black plans and so is being developed at I merce has announced that a meet-

had just made his first \ decided the tax should apply to ore, and pour the. remaining sand a much faster rate than usual for I lag for the purpose of organizing

D\"day with the Hercules Comp I the affected area after Septw 8. back in again behind them. The a newly produced'metal.. a Teen-age and a Florida Citizens

: ;ny: and that Saturday nigh Heard and approved- the sugges--- water area will become a lake Safety Council will be held in the

was ''n a local bar "flashing his tion of Merrill McMillan, local about half a mile long and 5)0) Recent Birth court house Tuesday, Sept. 29, at
Baptists surveyor working with the Jack- feet wide, traveling forward in 7:30 the invited.
money" and offering to set up Demo Head Thanks Governor p.m.ith public
Young sonville engineering firm that is the direction the
beers for the house, McCool was of work moving lIr. and Mrs. C. H. Dittmar orl Prominent state leaders will be

in the.bar at the tim and when Invite Public I making a survey of streets to be in where sand is removed and Jacksonville announce the birth of i present to assist in the organiza-

Beaver left at rnIdnght McCool paved, that a priority system be being pushed forward by the sand a daughter. Christine Inez on I tion, and the Chamber of Com.merce .

followed close behind. 'The automobile For Firm Stand On Party Loyalty To See Pastorium worked out on streets in order On to a returned in back. Sept. 3 in St. Vincent's hospital.Mrs. invites all industrial safety

in which Beaver's body save engineering expense. From this "wet mi.l1," Ute concentrated Dittmar is the former Alice I committees, business leaders and
furnished by McMillan, the '
was 'found belonged to.McCool.. 1 map ore will be pumped Green of Starke. I citizens to take part.
A letter commending Governor "It makes us boys on the grass A cordial invitation is extended: council designated streets that
and on the floorboards was only Dan on his action in roots level feel mighty good to !! McMil- III connection with the proposed
McCarty to the public to attend the open were to receive priority.

80 murdered cents of truck the $102.29 driver that had the re- sending a representative. to the see men like yourself, Bob Sikes house inspection of the new pas-i!Ian told the council he would give ornadaes Have Another\ eek To Go organization of a safety council
In Starke, a of Starke teenagers -
estimated group
Democratic Party rally in Chicago Dick Ervin Charlie Bennett, and them an cost on the
ceived the day before. torium of the First Baptist Church, I asi accompanied by Mrs. T. J.
this week was forwarded Billy Matthews sticking by your streets designated for paving

Witnesses testified they had day by A. J. Thomas, Jr., president guns and fighting for the prin- Hampton, Sunday afternoon September -i soon as possible. Need It Coach Alderman of Hampton and Mrs.

seen McCool Corbin, and Beaver of th Young Democratic Club of ciples which you believe in,". the,( 20 from three to five,I Heard the request of Harry Anthony lAnd They Says Hobbs Marian Howe, secretary of the
I of Commerce at-
but local Chamber ,
in the ,
together early '
Bradford County. Young Democratic leader corn :)'c1 ck. Hosts for the occasion 1'bcal surveyor, that any
there was nothing tn the testimony HI would like to take this mented. I business in connection tended the Teen-age and Citizens
linking Corbin with the op- will be a committee of ladies from engineering With most teams opening up after the first week but that I Safety Council convention in Jack-
portunity to say thanks for your Unable with the extension of the city the season
to attend the rally himself this weekend, BHS
others during the time the murder a6d the'church who,'along with Pastor I bid others had reported late to keep sonville last 'Friday.
recent statements action limits be a competitive
because of recent illness, Gov. I put on Tornadoes still have a week to go, i
have taken place from welcome I the same number of prospects. I the
must demonstrating continued and MI's. Bob l'arili ,basis.I The teen.agens attending
McCarty said that "Whatever ills and it's a good thing, for Coach
,mIdnight until the fire alarm was loyalty to the Democratic Party," :may afflict the Democratic Party I II 'visitor3 and conduct guests through I Decided to investigate local James Hobbs says the boys aren't The Tornadoes play their first i convention were Nancy DuPre,
turned in at 3M a.m. after game with St. Leo here on Sept. Jimmie Moncrief, Larry Yarbray,
Thomas wrot 'I feel first hearing a :
personally at this time cannot be cured by' the house throughout the after-j..courees ready yet to play a full game. I
In tact one defense witness, I i 25. I Harold TYU3 and Robert Cooper.
that is one of the most I representative of the Sherman
saId he loyalty breaking the party into small, noon. Refreshments be served Many of the boys are still not In I
Dr C. K. Hayes, important attributes that any each I Concrete Pipe Co. offer his wares. condition and few I.
splintt'rs representing a! top a more days
Bar I to
,'ersedith Corbin at Midway of the house
person can have, whether he be a slightly different philosophy of I Agreed to discontinue use of the are needed to round them into I II
between 10 and 11 o'clock that i. leader or in the ranks, and it, government" J k the pastor and his wife will be I small city-owned mowing machine shape. ,I DON'T LOOK NOW. But
Saturday night. Corbin says never ceases to amaze me how I Ji i, made by members of the building in mowing privately owned lots. This week the squad has en- .
returned home shortly after that. Senator Spessard L. Holland had
some of the men from Florida and committee. in sessions

went the to blaring bed. and automobile,was awakened horn at other Southern state who owe I, prevlusIy announced that he. The attractive six-room subur- City Takes $2,789 gaged with empha.is long scrimmage on offense. Mike I Conner Bridge Is Out Again

by their high standing to the Demo- would not attend the Chicag: I I
is located adjacent
ban-type home Clark is still operating the signal .
the time of the fire. I Ih Smoke Tax _
cratic Party can in good conscience meeting because he believed the, to the church building, and is conveniently calling. alternating with James -

H01'lo'ever' both men were tried I make their slanderous at- South "had nothing to gain there". situated on four lots that Sbfaloos and Billy Moore.
and at the end of two The City of Starke received
together tacks on their own party and lend, Senator George Smathers said:' approach the church grounds. A'correspondng Coach Hobbs has been alter- _
and 11 minutes' deliberation $2,189.23. as its share of cigarette ,
hours t theIr suPPOrt to the Republican previous engagements would keep I : color scheme between nating his backfield men and no ti-
II in state .
the jury brought In the same tax money collected the
Party. him from the Chicago meeting. ; the house and the church starting backfield combine hasI -
verdict for both: guilty ot murder during the month of July. I
readily identify both structures as I been selected as yet. Sidney
with J. R. Hunter, Jr.. director of
in the first degree a recommendation -
of mercy. Corbin went i Congress Group Studying Ag Program they tlend together to complete the State Beverage Department, Jackson has been looking good
the l'le-up: of church property in a' this week at his left half position, _
that available -
I announced
to Raiford with McCool to begin I has money
serving a' sentence of life imprisoninent. Will Stop In Starke Next Week lovely setting of trees and shrubs I for distribution from cigarette I and DeWayne Elder has been run-

I i at the end of the block. taxes collected in'July, 1953, ning in the backfield offensively -

Today -'. still! maintaining hb Twenty-two members of the Arrangements for the occa310n'are amounted to 150263226. Of Coach Hobbs has been using Elder
House Agriculture Committee of: being handled by a committee will to'' in all the backfield posts and
innocence he has hope of becoming I : l\1ayor's Court this amount S266,996.46 go I
the U..S. Congress and three staff eaded }Irs. J. W. Horne anti versatile.
a freeman once again. by the general revenue fund, and the !calls him very
Corbin's chance is based on the members of the U. S. Department I Has Quiet Session sssted: by Mrs. K. B. Wa.tterson'i"Irs. remainingJ $1,235.635.80 was dis-j Paul Rivers and Arnold Smith
', of Agriculture will stop in Starke 1 Belle Brown. Mrs. Dan John-I I
efforts of a magazine a publication tributed to eligible incorporated as ends: are still looking good and
briefly at 11 a.m on Saturday,I Except for police: officers ard aniIrs.. "
I son. Mrs. otto Hicks Sr..
dealing target in fiction. but I municipalities. I should develop into real assets, _
one which has found that troth is Sept. 213.i 'the mayor, hiIr' e1f. no one appeareu -I Evelyn] Perry. I II Distribution of the July cigar- both offensively and defensively

often more rewarding than an- i i The announcement was made I'I'i at the Monday morning session ette tax money among other:,Tom Moore is beginning to' show

thing its most. inspred'\\Titers! can 'i yesterday by Congressman Billy I II of the mayor's rourt. I I Mas nic Meeting I II towns and cities in this area was ;,up good "as a guard and has been
Matthews who \\ill accompany the The defendants in five cases:
drea up. I as follows: !I showing lots of hustle and fight

The magazine Is .Argosy". and group here.I I'I'I failed- to appear before )Iar.or' 3.I In addition to the regular busi- Brooker, $181.20; Hampton, :'this week. Lavon Lewis con-

Corbin's hope for becoming a freeman I The committee members are Wainwright an I. therefore, for- ness that came before Bradford :6.21: Keystone Heights, $1,016.-! tinues to show the coaches plenty IOU CAW set .\ nClDGt; FOR NON-SUPPORT, but Bradford I

Is based on Argosy's famed I making a grass.roots inspection'of I Ii feited their bonds..... 6-1: Lake Butler, $718.85; Lawtey, of good running and looms as a to make the tired old Conner Bridge on
Lodge Xo. 35 F. & A.M :Monday County repairmen are going
agricutural needs ,in various seei i There was one case of drunken backfield
court of Last Resort". Its name i $357.55; Waldo -130.10. good prospect. traffic again. The State
13 jUSt what It implies the last :tions of the country and will be :driving in which the defends.nt.s I night Snior Warden Robert The City of }Miami of course Junior Varsity coach Jim Hurst i ii the r.aiford Road (pictured above) support

resort of persons who believe themselves -!glad to. .,hear expressions from i license was revoked and a $50 Barksdale passel John Gus Wynn received the laf'gest amount otI i is enthusiastic about the turnout Road Department, after keeping a vigilant eye on the ancient span for

wrongly convicted Of ma-! farmers and business men during bond forfeited.I I to the degree of Fellow Craft. the tax money, $180O7.92. Res-lof boys and the work they_are I I some time, closed: the bridge to traffic Saturday. County repairmen, I

jar crinleL I their brief visit here. I I Three cases of public intoxica-j I Visiting Master Masons were idents of Hampton needn't feel i doing. He hopes to dress out the : after finally obtaining some hard.to-get lumber that met county spedfieatlons. I

The "Court of Last Resort" was i County Agent G. T. H.1ggtns i tion yielded a total gf $55.50 in McCoy Lewis, and Hugh Harris, badly. however for the tiny town!Juniors by Monday in order to I began making repairs to the bridge Monday afternoon. The I IraII15hadde

born fin years ago when mystery I said that the public is Invited to II ''of :Mary Esther, way up on the to hard wark and the I structure seems out of keeping with the new harthur- I
forfeited bonds ($18.50 case). Corbin, Ky. No. 938 Carlou; MUS- get down
writer, ErIe Stanley Gardner, creator -: meet with the group at the courthouse -, per ; ; west coast: in Okaloosa County,! of fared road li'ading up to It at each end. Without even the "rooral supii !
of the "Perrytason." stories! during their brief time in'.'I and one person charged with reck- grove Cottondale No. 206; and was the low town in the state with : rough stuff. Hurst said some : brlde. I
t i port" of a guard rail, It loob 11101& like a booby-trap'than a
.. (Continued on page len) \Starke. t less driving forfeited a $50 boat D. B. Harley, Lauey No. 1S. ;only $21.53 received the original 42 boys dropped out i !,


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"" / YYYYYYYYYYyvYvYvvvvyyyyl given to the school by Mrs. Luther I'W. M. U. (-Martin And LewisIn During their escape from the gun-

BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L MATTHEWS Watterson a few years ago, and The W. M U. meeting of the : man's mob, they meet lovely Liza- J

EDITOR HAMPTONby add to the attractiveness of our' Baptist Church met Tuesday night 'Scared S ff'I I beth Scott an heiress to a haunted

grounds. |I At 'castle off the coast of Cuba. iI
Sept. 15 at the home of Mrs. J. Florida Sunday
VI WtiOt T PUBLISHER Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond We had a delicious turkey dinner -'' i I Preferring bogeymen) to bullets, \
W. Horne with her daughters as .
: J.TELEGRAPH. in the lunchroom on Thursday A haunted house replete with the two comics head south, and
'''t;;', j A AAA AA A A A of last week. Ninety:two I co-hostess. flying bats, hidden panels, trap from there on everything is turn-
-, OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Burris and children and six adults were serv-!I After the business meeting a doors and creaky organ music is ed into riotous turmoil of wonderful -
ed. Mr. Alpren, our new surprise stork shower was given
supervisor I the fun.
children of Jacksonville o setting for the new Martin
visited I
: Published Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida.underthe in honor of Mrs. Otto Hicks, Jr.
every unexpectedly and
came by
Mrs. and Lewis "Scared Stiff" I
Burris' mother, Mrs. W. H. comedy Sprinkled through the action are
Aet of March S, 1879.MEMBER ate with us. I Many lovely gifts were receivedand
k, at the Florida
Maxwell and Mr. Maxwell on La- showing ( Theatre seven song hits which provide
r ASSOCIATION bor Day and presented Mrs., Max The curtains at our lunchroom refreshments were served to this Sunday and Monday.The Dean and Jerry, as well as Car-
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL windows have been washed,f I I the 17 members and visitors present mirth-filled be-
J. well with a TV set for her birth proceeding men Miranda, ample opportunity
day which was Sunday.Mrs. starched, and ironed by Mrs. Floy I gin, when Martin as a night club to display their vocal talents.
'Sullivan. We thank her for this singer, and Lewis, as, his bumb-I Jerry's side-splitting Imitation of
Carlton Chastain was a TIlE RIGHT POL''T for the
H'' Well' Spoken, Governor McCarty business caller 'in Gainesville on I thoughtful kindness. way you write. Come in and select ling bus boy buddy, get themselves:Miss Miranda is one of the film's
Monday. I"Since Monday was a holiday, your favorite ESTERBROOH t mixed up with a, gangster's moll. high spots.

"Whatever' may afflict the Democratic South Carolina's Democratic Party is an in- Mrs. L. G. Chauncey of Palm our music teacher, Mrs. Henderson Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at
which back Beach and Mr. and Mrs. George visited our school on Friday BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- ANEW
,; Party'at this time cannot be cured by break- dependent organization can any afternoon and helped us with our .
Cottman of Ocala GRAPH
were ,
ing the party into small splinters, each repre- national ticket. it chooses. 'music.
guests of their sister, Mrs. Jessie
,senting a slightly different philosophy of "Would Governor Byrnes advocate the Chastain. I' Linda Brookins spent Saturdayin I

government." fragmentation of the Democratic Party into Mrs. J. L. Williams is visiting Cedar Keys. I FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S gRES0gVMTHE

Thus; in a forthright, logic-laden statementlast forty-eight parts?", asks the Tribune. "And friends and relatives in Alabama.Mrs. Percy Sullivan spent the weekend i
week did Governor Dan McCarty provide would he renounce all claims to privilege and J. X Allen and children with his grand parents u*'

courageous leadership for the party in patronage which would normally accrue to left Saturday afternoon for Santa Green Cove Springs. i JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE

Florida at a time when others in high places South Carolina's Democratic representativesand Barbara, Calif. Glenda Allen's mother, Mrs. ECONOMY 5030OIL
Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Jo: n Allen left Saturday by plane
national Democratic Hendry of
and senators. a
seemed intent on nourishing exaggerating for California. Made only by General
Jacksonville spent' the weekend Glenda will spend
unnecessary discord. administration? with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the winter with her grandmother, Motors Corp. All other FLOOR FURNACE

k "I am aware that there are differences of And the Tribune further reminds us that: Wm. Slade. Mrs. Dan Johnson, and attend our Electric Refrigerators are

opinion within our party and that some "Dissension is by no means peculiar to the The Baptist Church of Hampton -'school again this year. I made by other companies
r will hold house at the Our second grade welcomes'' and cannot use the word
The divided open
i Florida Democrats are noun sympathy with Democrats. Republicans are on I
new Pastorium, Sunday afternoon Nancy Zacek and JoAnn Carter. Frigidaire. .
some of the ideas and beliefs of the present theories of government, too. The two-party .e
from 3 to 5 o'clock. Everyone is Nancy is from New York and JoAnn
always will be beset by these internal
the Governor continued. system
national leadership, -
invited.Mr. attended the Starke school A
"But I do not believe we can settle these differences conflicts. But, by and large, it has worked and Mrs. Joe Yawn of Wal- last* year. i Want, A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE t, < 1-Ia

by'' refusing to sit down with one well for a long time to give this nation stable do were Sunday guests of the W.N. I The second grade Is having a ? ? .<
another and discuss them." and representative government. We do not < Jacksons. I good time making drums and THEN SEE
say the system cannot be improved -but we 'Mrs. Ona Lee Gray of Tampa I hope to have a band. I

The Governor's straightforward message do say, with Governor McCarty, that it cannot spent Sunday night with her aunt,I I Jimmie Dyal is still absent from A.
had a tonic effect on loyal Democrats in the improved: by reducing the'Democratic !Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth. Mrs. Wads-I' the eighth grade. He has been sick,! E. H. SMITH a G hkn..t .

state and congratulations poured into the Party to splinters." worth returned Sunday from Plant I'I for almost a week. We miss him.

Governor's,office from all sections of Florida. City and reports that her sister,.very much. Tenth and Temple Ave.
We are proud to say that one of these mes- Representative Celler (Democrat New Mrs. Morrow, is getting along!I We had 68 pupils and teachers I Starke Fla. = .
sages was, from the Young Democratic Club York) called Senator Holland's attitude "un- I nicely from her recent operation.I in religious services last Sunday. I I i it

of Bradford County whose president said realistic" in stating that the South had noth- Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dyal spent 1 } ;1
ing to gain at Chicago. He pointed out that Tuesday with her brother, Frank __ /JUdHiNAI;
it never ceases to amaze me how some .
of the men from Florida and other Southern the areas of agreement among regional Democrats : Bloss of Starke.P. fjr& From where I it Joe Marshn
positive and indisputable and greatly F. C. and Mrs. Morris Naz- $ ":.'bY
States who owe their high standing to the are .
worth and daughter, Debbie, are .
Democratic Party can in good conscience overshadow any areas of disagreement."The I
spending the week with his mother b I ):
their Democratic Party, with good leader- ..e-,.' "
make their slanderous attacks on own :
Mrs. Eva Nazworth, and fami- '
,party and lend their support to the Republian ship, and political acumen, can easily capturethe ly. Mr. Nazworth is stationed at Cream Whips I Main Street listed by

: Party." House and Senate in 1954. There shouldbe Fort Jackson, S. C. and is attending -' : Underwriterstoratories
no Southern defections on the eve of Leadership School. Mrs. TrafficBig Inc.
Although ,no names were mentioned in the victory." Nazworth is making her home at

'Governor's message, the forceful statementof present with her parents in Jack- traffic J jam in front of the. green three times. After the kit-
policy was clearly brought about by the How different from the attitude of the sonville.Mr. 'office last week. Thought eYeryten had enough, Tiny waved the Never Before much
so-called "boycotting" of the Democratic Florida senator was that of Senator RichardB. and :Mrs. Charlie Alvarez body in the county was coming traffic through. jS Hi4, so

Party's Chicago rally by Senator Spessard L. Russell of Georgia who, if ever anyone and children were in .Keystone in! to buy The Clarion, but they From where I sit,this was Just heat from so compact a furnace. I

Holland, who said he wasn't going becausein did, certainly stands for everything the Heights Sunday evening.Mr. weren't. a Tiny" demonstration of the '
South will South holds near and dear. Although in and Mrs. John Hammondand Only 30 inches deep
his opinion "the gain nothing Seems a 5-galftm can fell off way people in one town are.They're .
there", and Senator George Smathers, who Europe, and consequently unable to attend son of were their Saturday dinner Whiter Fisher'struck", spilling usually pretty consider 52,700 BTU output by Commercial -
guests the.W.
said he had previous engagements.The the Chicago meeting, Senator. Russell con- W. Hammonds. parents ream all over the street Our cop ate and tolerant.-If ODe-of our .
tributed to the dominant note of harmony by on duty,Tiny a Fields,halted trafDeig bon prefers a good glass of Standards, CS-113 SINCf 110
position of both, it seems to us, was wiring that: "The strength and vitality of Cheryl this and Valeria Gray are fie so Whitey could pick up the beer to his friend's coffee at dinnertime '
spending week in
Tampa with
extremely taken, as was their,sit-this-one- the Democratic Party will be manifested in their grandparents.Mrs. can.Tiny was about to wave the it's just each to his om .
out technique in the presidential campaignlast the congressional elections of 1954. The Eva Nazworth and daughter cars on when a kitten ran out taste and everything's"smooth- u C. H. NASWORTHY%

fall. winds and tides are both with us and, if we : Bonnie returned last week 'and started lapping up the cream. cream" between them. (

As the Tampa Tribune pointed out in an hold to fundamentals and keep first things from nearly a month's vacation Well, traffic piled up, but Tiny '
editorial commending the Governor, "A first, all things augur well for our'national with relatives in Philadelphia, Pa. paid no heed. Light changed Supplies
ticket in 1956. Mrs. A. H. Kelsey of the Farm OI
l like other
political party, any organization, Colony spent the weekend with 232 E. Call St. Phone 198J

must be big enough and flexible enough to Well spoken, Senator Russell and Governor .Mr. and Mrs. R, F. Dyal. Copyright,1953, United States Brewert Foundation Starke Fla. t

encompass conflicts of opinion. If every .McCarty. Your sentiments bear out whatwe I Sunday visitors of the Wiley .

faction which failed write its particular have suspected' for some time that Williamsons were Mr.,and Mrs. W. 0 ..1l'
views into a party platform should quit in there is nothing wrong with the Democratic F. Tucker and son. Oak and Mr. t

protest, this country soon would have not Party that a little intelligent leadership will and Mrs. L. Williamson and ,v /rvG +qi < tH

two major parties, but a hundred minor ones. not remedy. That leadership was largely children of Theressa. .
We need look the Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gilder of !r P
only at merrygoroundin lacking in Florida during the presidential
France to know that we don't want the Camp Blanding were Saturday
campaign last fall and that is the real reason evening guests of the W. N. Jackson -
splinter party system in America. that Florida, among other Southern states, .. .
"Yet," continues the Tribune. "the splinter we t*for Eisenhower. Let us hope that this SCHOOL NEWS 'T'"

system is precisely what Governor Byrnes of leadership will be forthcoming now before it 8th Grade Personalities

South Carolina espouses when he says that is too late. Nancy Dryden is the daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. 'Dryden. ;
TTTvTTTMTTMTVVTTfVTTl She lives with her mother and
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father and two brothers on Silver ti ?

ALL TYPES PEST CONTROL GRAHAMby Lake. She was born in Charleston, -at: *r1
S. C. Nancy is 13 years old, five ,.
SPECIALIZING IN feet and five inches tall and _
Mrs. Bonnie McKinneyMr. weighs 116 pounds. She is tat5 .
a member t ," ,
CITRUS GROVE SPRAYING of the Methodist Church and i' M S -
Lute. or Small j attends regularly. She is especiallyfond : # y ,_
and Mrs. P. O. Starling visited of sports and likes to swim ,1..w

.. COMPLETE EXTERMINATING SERVICE her brother Lonnie Hines at and dive; dislikes washing dishes;

FOR HOUSEHOI, D PESTS AND TERMITES Hampton Junction Sunday. He plans to be a business woman when 1 1w.

hurt his finger real bad and was she grows up.
Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. The perfect attendance record ..
to have it taken off Monday. x%
2220 N. W. 6th St Phone 6035 Gainesville Fla. of the eight grade was broken on
Mrs. Eva
Strickland of Nichols Tuesday of last week when Ray-

and Mrs.. Louise Clemons of mond Moody was sick and had to I
:Gainesville spent Wednesday night stay home. Jimmie Dyal has also I .M. ; -
been sick and away from school
with Mrs. Ida Jones. "
three days. We hope to have per- \ New Drlverlzed: Cab Gives You Maximum Comfort
Truly Expert Mrs. John Surrency returned fect attendance for the rest of the
home Friday from Plant City school term.

Radio And where she attended the funeral! of Howell Williams has recently

SERVICEALL her Mr.brother and Mrs.Leroy John Osteen.McKinney, has I Mrs.given to catalog Perkins four them.books is showing to the. him library.how There is no other truck that

as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs.I Mr. Bedenbaugh has removedthe

MAKES ,- ALL MODELS V. L. McKinney or Palatka, Her: fence from around our ball ,
ace McKinney of Hampton and park. We like it better that way
FREE ESTIMATES CALL 239 Sgt. Otis McKinney and family of since we do not have to climb the
Columbus, Ga. fence we retrieve batted balls. I gives the comfort and visibility

Most Experienced .' Finest Equipped Mrs. Berry Dyal is on the sick We must have cowboy blood in'' you
list this week. our veins for we like the wide-
Satisfaction Guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. Ravin Hines spent open spaces.
the weekend in Longwood visitingMr. The eight grade: previewed the

Hines' brother and family, Bill filmstrip "Florida Then and Now"on Ford Truck I
Chas. C. of the
Shepherd Hines. six Tuesday filmstrips of, last in this week. We have and I totally ne\v

Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers Mr. and Mrs. BoU y Surrency of all of them are beautifully group colored.! .
Tampa.visited Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Wvnn last weekend. We have beautiful white peri-I
I Mr. and Mrs. winkles growing by our front (i
Billy Surrency of
Maximum working comfort-k -
l Jacksonville spent Sunday with his auditorium door. These plants were No other truck cab offers you _;
driving fatigue yoursso
and John Mrs.Surrency.Dr. Campanella. and i much! Only FORD has it! when you ride in the all-new Ford ,

daughter Joanne spent the week- PHONE 218 The aU-new'Ford Truck DETVEEIZED Driverized Cab. New curved, one-
end in Daytona Beach visiting Dr. I CAB has the most modern cab suspension piece windshield-new 4 ft. wide r
and Mrs. R. Coleman.Mr. I ; in.truc .It insulates the cab rear window. New, wider 2-way m t

and Mrs. Ernest Ortages of ,COLONIALFLORIST t I against vibratien, noise and frame adjustable seat with new non-sag ,
Jacksonville spent the weekend weave, gives a level-action ride. and exclusive counter-
INTEGRITY with Mrs. The styling is something you never springs
Ortages mother Mrs.
.... Mrs. Kate Starling. ; expected to see in a truck cab. Smart shock seat snubber. New pushbutton
new upholstery and trim handsome door handles, new rotor
of conduct and dealing with better Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.were Albert visiting Sparks Mrs. L.of !t f new instrument panel curving latches! Completely NEW!
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thoughtfulness and economy in all E. Ratliff Saturday. FLOWERS fc I I into The door Ford panels.Driverized Deluxe Cab For 53, Ford offers! over 190 New giant! Ford F 800 Big 'Job, G.V.W. -;

our serving these mark, the reput- Master Nole Coleman of Starkewas For AU Occasions offers, at worthwhile added cost, 16 completely new truck models! 22,000 Iba., G.C.W, 48,0001bs.Powered by ';
t : able quality of this well known firm. the weekend guest of Master custom extras like foam rubber seat Come in today! 155 h.p. Cargo King V-8! (Deluxe shown.)
} Robert and Richard Cain. padding and automatic dome light j -
Mrs. Eula Green of Lake Butler I See the new Ford Driverized Cab-
DeWITT C. ,JONESPhone 'visited her sister-in-law Mrs. C. (j) I tit in:, try if and you'll know it's FORD C&&A1rTRUCKS
7 Starke Fla. B. Roberts last week. j the for you!!
.. .. .
.if nSS w. -f I.r. Mrs. W. E. West of Palmetto
Funeral Director Ambulance Service returned home after a few days DISH GARDENS rj>.A.r. SAVE TIME SAVE MONEY LAST LONGER
j visit'with her mother Mrs. A. T.
Our local funeral home enable as to offer conveniences and Dryden.Mr. POTTERY
.services not otherwise available.We I and Mrs. Lloyd Farber
spent the day: with Mrs. Farber's POTTED PLANTS .
,, I
6 6 ,parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex T. Flowers WiredAnywhere I
furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and Shelps Sunday Mr. Shelps has I ANDREWS MOTOR CO.
accept ANT life insurance policy In, force isaied by ANY ",sold his home here to some folks
1 company, as' payment In pan or in full on a funeral I'from Indiana and Is moving to
\ Consultation carries no obligation.. Starke where he bought a home. Nona St. Starke
We are sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs.
I I. I I II. 4 Shelp. Madison & Adams Sts. Phone 118 STARKE. FLORIDA


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no lost-time accidents in 1952.'go to the employees who work so NOTICE APPLICATION sold to the highest bidder at the !above named Court and cause and .
Gas Dept. Makes FOR TAX DEED ccurt house door on the first Monday you are required to serve a copy of
-The few minor injuries experienced hard and So carefully to hang up Ex-Mayor Of Lawtey Statement (Senate Bill >o. 163) in the month of October, 1953 your answer or pleading to tae complaint -
Gets Safety Award Notice .Hereby Given. That J. which is the 5 day of October. 1953. on the Plaintiff! Attorney
: in the company during 1952 this record performance. M. Sistrunk;; i C. A. Futch, holder of Dated this 2 day of September A. J. Thomas Jr.. Starke
count in the Gas Association Tax Certificate No. IT issued the 1953. Florida
A perfect safety record won top did not WOODLAWN MISSIONARY Concerning $369 In Disputed Fees '26 day of May. A.D.. 1951 has filed <( honors for the Florida Power & competition." J. H. DuPre same in my office and has made Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
I BAPTIST CHURCH application for a tax deed to be County, Florida. 9/4 4t 9/25 or before the 5 day of October 1953:
Light Co. at the Fifth Annual manager of the Blanding district, issued thereon. Said certificate otherwise the allegations of said
l LAWTEY, of fully mine and which embraces the following described NOTICE TO APPEAR complaint will be taken as confessedby
O. J. Anders, former Mayor was me
Safety Conference of the American FL'l'l property in the County of Bradford. IB Circuit C*.rt, Bradford Co..ty you.
Gas Assn. in Buffalo N. Y. last company's gas. operationsarp i 10 a.m, Sunday Lawtey, has issued a statement for my services as your Mayor State of Florida, to-wit: Florida I. Cka.eery.Eunice I This notice shall be publishedonce
of Block 2 of Acres Jordan. Plaintiff, vs. James each week for foul consecutive
concerning the special election during 1952. The bills were sent Lot 9 Sunny
in Miami, preachIng. 615 BTU, 6:43
week. carried on Daytona prayer S/D. Sec. 21, Township 6 South Edward Jordan Defendant. weeks in the Bradford County Tele
The award went to the com-, Beach, Lakeland, and Palatka," service, 7 o'clock song services, held at Lawtey on September 1 in to Tallahassee to Doyle E. Con-.! Range 22 East Case No. 10-032 I graph.
in fees, ner, and Char- The of the said Notice To Appear Dated this 2 day of September,
"s department which had Mr. DuPre said, "and the honors 7:30 evening services. which his claim for $369 our Representative assessment prop- I
pan gas Edward Jordan whose 1953.
erty under the said certificate issued To: James
I f collected during 1952, was turned ley E. Johns, our State Senator, was in the name of Alberta Tyson. residence and address is: Unknown II OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
down by a close vote of 43-40. to be passed. The amount due me Unless: said certificate shall be Your are hereby notified that a!l Clerk of the Circuit: Court.
suit for'Divorce and other relief By Marian I Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
redeemed according to law. the I *
Mr. Anders' statment follows: was $369, as during that year I in the I 9/4 4t 9/%$
I I property described therein will be has been filed against you
I want to thank' the ones who had 369 cases to come before me. ,
Another, Big Stokely Week Sale voted for me on September 1 under -.These figures were taken from

House Resolution 881, and I the letter that was posted in Grif- This LUXURY Model
.. _. would have voted fis Brothers Store window, and as
. ." > """"// ///////!/////// feel for that this others resolution if they had I stated, I have not had a chanceto

'- check the record to this. C-E
known the truth.I verify 1953 REFRIGERATOR
G have a notice that was postedin If there were 369 cases, the
Clerk received : and I feel
. ; Griffis Brothers Store window $92.25
f= ft'- 1 which said that I had drawn more that the Citizens of Lawtey should
know who the ,
that I past Mayors were
=== J salary in the three years
::: how much they were paid and I A
--- = was Mayor than all the other Mayors
:-:::: 'I. combined since the birth of how much .each Mayor signedover
:::; to the Clerk for each
the City of Lawtey. If that is year
;;; he was in office, as you, the tax
true I feel that the other mayors
I should check Back, as they were payers of Lawtey, are entitled to fams.ln Price
-. I .,. underpaid.I this information.The In Value ee.n ,,
notice in the window was
advised that this informa-
///IIII"- am not signed but it reads that I had
tion was secured by the present
Quantity Rights Reserved ) Prices Good Thru Sat. Sept 19 Mayor. I am not disputing his] received more salary than all of b-t'
the other mayors combined. I also -
statement as I have not had time I
want to say that I did not take Tiff"LC70K
Low Prices Low Prices to check the records of the Cityof
152 Call Street the sign down out of the windowof
Lawtey as the Clerk's office is..
Griffis Brothers Store.I _. i / _
Everyday r
I open only a few hours each day I want to emphasize, again, that ,-
Slarke Florida and that is late in the afternoons [UiL j F
Specials Too Specials Too after school hours. I I am not ashamed of one act thatI
performed as your Mayor and I
I This notice also stated that I'feel 111!
" It that the citizens of Lawteyowe Automatic
ordinanceand ( .
and passed an
prepared me the $1 fee for each case
STOKELY'S Finest Halves Sliced Calif.
or I want to inform,you that all
that came before me in 1952, but 3
ordinances have to be read and I if I never receive it, I want to as- Defrost I
voted on three times.. passed to 3t
sure the present Mayor that 1
: PEACHES 21/2 Can27C the Mayor to be signed or vetoed. and my family can' live withoutit. il
: Any ordinances that I signed I $
am not ashamed a single one I also want to inform the citizens l
.1 I of them as the three years thatI of Lawtey that I do not know

STOKELY'S Finest't" served as your Mayor I did my what ordinance they were refer- GE's E chu,e f IOSTUMJTO
level best to do a good job for all .
ring to in that unsigned letter. It definitely means ciretree.AnUmatic
of the Citizens of Lawtey. We presented all of the ordinancesof Debts*inj.This Me*
When I was eleeted your Mayorfor the City of Lawtey to Judge A. General .Electric IcfrigertUr
JuiceNo 25c with the fHOST LIMITQI, >
Or'ng. 46-oz Can 1950' and 1951 I received a $1 Z.: Adkins, and he advised us that trtits itsflf every timt it needs, j
fee for each conviction in Mayor's every one of them was illegal and if nlywkei if needs i*
court just the same as the mayor would not stand up in court, and utom ticolly and' froze*foodtst
before me did. House Resolution then, it was necessary to have our y FROZEN! '

Stokely's No 303 CanFrt.Ccktail Stokely's 4&oz. Can 881 was a clarifying resolution attorney draw up a new set ot
which would have allowed me to ordinances for our town which

conviction for 1952, the last year City and that I, as your :Mayor,
Stokely's No. 303 Can Stokely's Cut All-Green No. 300 Cons that I served as your Mayor. signed.

Bart Pears Ca. 25c Asparagus CaD 25c The Council voted to have our Again, thanking each me )t
Attorney, George L. Patten pre- you for your confidence in .ne, I

Stokely's No. 303 Can Red Stokely'i No. 303 Can Cut pare a bill to be passed by the remain With PLUS Features
Legislature allowing the City of I Your fellow citizen,
Pit Cherries c25c Green Beans Can 19c Lawtey to pay me what was right- O. J. Anders.

...r.n.yar.nm.vnmLflYTEY tey last Saturday. r T1'' Found in $500 Refrigerators!

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of
HERSHEY (Limit 1 Pkg. with $5 or More Food Order) _
I St. Augustine spent the weekend This G-E Refrigerator: unmatched in its category and U un-

; with his mother, Mrs. J. S. Shu- matched in its classification. It is a deluxe automatic defrost

i by L. H, Futch ford Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip refrigerator complete with fr"-su: Gerrc! Electric ROTO-
., ... Siford of Hastings were also visi-
SHGAR _.._ .. 39c. o.
Lb Pkg ting his mother recently. COLD Refrigeration.

I A. M. Blanchard and daughter, David Kelly, son of Mr. and

Enza, were spend the day guestsof Mrs. H. C. Kelley, Is now in

You Can't Bake Wrong With (Limit 1 Can with $5 or More: Food Order) of his Kingsley daughter Lake, Mrs.Friday J. B.of Dye last, Gainesville the University where of he Florida.is a studentin G I.J MCGRIFF 145 W. Call St. ,

week. Mrs. H. E. Priest and Mrs. D.
I PHONE 229 11
Mallie Prevatt of' Jacksonvillewas B. Harley were business visitorsto
Bake-Rite 3 Lb Can69c visiting in Lawtey last Satur- Jacksonville Monday.Mr. APPLIANCES

day.Mrs. and Mrs. Ed Durban and Starke, Tin.

Katherine Teare accompa- son Faye, and Mr. and Mrs. George .
nied Mr. and Mrs. Hal McCormackof Shuford left last Sunday by .
I Standard Quality (Limit 6 Cans with $5 or More Food Order) Jacksonville to Gainesville on I I auto for a visit with relatives in

I Thursday of last week at 'which White Plains, N. Y. and points in

time they'were dinner guests of New Jersey bei%e returning home. Coke is invited

Tomatoes 3 No 303 29Swiffi Mr.Mr.McCormack's and Mrs. Fred father.Dobson of -.

Jacksonville were calling on
friends in Lawtey last Sunday.The .

-0 J. C. Pringle family have to the best
ASTOR Vac-Pac S. PRICES I parties
Luncheon Meat Bollard's PL or R. FloiuPOEM recently moved to Satsuma wherehe very

has accepted employment. QUALITYINo
Pringle children are now enrolled
COFFEELbCan FLOUR Extra ChargeFor
in the Crescent City school.
Sing In Or Near
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wain-
wright of New York are announc- STARKEWrite -.
0 ing the birth ota son, Paul Thomas. -

12-oz Can43e 7ges 4 7e Ibs 93 Edward is a native of Lawteywho ;.. -.,, -
has been away from the home 0
town for a number of years. .r.iruae
/ ,j'.:.VtIl
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Carter, Mrs. .J
ARMOUR'S STAR Genuine Spring Paul Dinkins, Mrs. Oscar Carter,
and Mrs. Richard Carter were in For Free Folder

LEG 0' LAMB Lb 59ARMOUR'S Dinkins Ocala Monday Jr. who visiting is a patient Mrs. in Paul an ATLANTIC ESTABLISHED ME.\IORIALS.INC.1930

Ocala hospital where she recently
underwent an operation. Mrs.Dinkin's 71$ FOREST ST.
STAR Genuine Cut
Spring Square
friends will be interestedto JACKSONVILLE FIOIIDA
know that she is recovering 1 i ir

Lamb Shoulders Lb 39c nicely.Mr...and Mrs. G. W. Roberts of VfWWVTVVMWTTTTTTTTYYCHARLEY i

I Crescent City are spending this
week with his parents, Mr. and \
Gr. "A" Quick-Frozen, 3 to 4 Ibs. Size
Mrs. G. W. Roberts Sr.
Mrs. Allan Davis recently returned -
49 to her home in Honey
Stewing Lb Grove, Texas after a visit with
her daughter, Mrs. D.:- B.. Harley,
and family. -- :;
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley Jr. P
HICKORY SWEET Sliced Gr."A" Quiclc-Frozen FryerWINGS LAND O'SUNSHINEBACON and family who have been resid- .
ing In Orlando for some time, r1 t3 T4cy
/ :
BUTTERLb have returned to Lawtey to make _
their home.

Alfred Bishop, a member of the
Lawtey school faculty last year, x1 t
who is now teaching in Okeechobee. t
Lb 79' Lb 39' 69'SUPERBRAND was attending to business in Law- .
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.. .. I Miss Lucil Alvarez Lt. Chas. Mooney School Board I Parents Representatives of the ,Band' III.! .. ,
And Mr. Mizell Works Out Deal I the board with a appeared request before for- PHOTOGRAPHY hallmark Featurdock '

!Are Honor Guests Given Citation With Clay County assistance in building a concession Black & White CARDS WEDDING
to .
i tuilding be located adjacent to

Miss Lucllle Alvarez and Ben 1st Lt. Charles W. Mooney, now The Bradford County School the Bradford .AahIetic field and BIBLES .
Mizell, whose marriage will be.an serving with the 45th InfantrY Board meeting a day late because operated by the Bradford band. RELIGIOUS
event of Sept 26.were the honored Division in Korea, has been cited of the Labor Day holiday, worked The board agreed to gibe; aid in ,CAMERAS SUPPLIES WATCHES

Gladys Mooty guests Saturday evening at a for heroism in action against the out an agreement with Clay Coun- the amount of $125. an amount FILM .
lovely miscellaneoUs shower and enemy near Suronji ty officials whereby a Bradford the. Board of County Conimission- .
Phone 35 barbecue party given by Mrs. H. Korea and bus will pick up aU Kingsley Lake I ers agreed to match. PHOTO JEWELRY

:; SrrrrSrrrSSSrSSSrrSSSS4rS D. Hazelwood and Mrs. Ruby has been awarded school children and transport them I Supt. Morgan reminded the FlXISIIIXG
( Johns at the latter's summer home the Bronze Star to the Stark school. j school board that election of school .

on Santa Fe Lak medaL County Supt. H. P. Morgan said I trustees was coming up in November Dealer- For PICTURE I-
:Mrs. Johns and Mrs. Hazelwood The citation that previously' both Clay and and that the board should r, CRAFT

f. presented the honor' guests with reads: : "On the f Bradford Counties had sent buses start thinking about possible poll GRAFLEY PAL T SETSANSCO
,xsti a silver relish tray during the eve- afternoon of July into the Kingsley Lake area which holders to be named'at the next
Miss 4; s? 4- ning as a memento the occa- 17, Lt. Mooney lies in Clay County. Since the meeting. POLAROID '

was in charge Starke school is much closer than
sionEnjoying REVERE
the affair With the of a detail con- the Green Cove Springs school Schoolboy Patrol i to a a' :;TATIOXERY'
hostesses, Miss Alvarez and Mr. structing a bunker most of the children preferred
Tanner-, J.fizell were {Mrs. Vera Mizell, on a strategic hill when his coming to Starke. Therefore. Clay At Rotary Club I. Opposite Florida Theatre
t 4 t ? mother of the bridgroom.tcrbe, Mr. area was sUbJected to a heavy County agreed to' stop sending Phone 265 Starke, F1a. .
f- ate- '" and Mrs. E. W. Black and Mr. barrage of enemy artillery and its bus to Kingsley Lake if Brad- Larry Yarbray, captain 9f he -
and .Mrs. Don Boyle, aU of Jacksonville BHS Schoolboy Patrol and two of ;
mortar fire. In the ensuing period ford County would provide trans-
Weds I his lieutenants Harold
) '1 Mr. and Mrs. H. D. a nearby enlisted "man who was portation for the children living in .and ,Robert .Tyus J
Cooper spoke 'at I
Hazelwood Mr. and Mrs. Guy 2.t that moment laying communication that area.- I
the Rotary Club Wednesday, discussing 8-PIEC
33; Sale, Mr. and Mrs.rW B. Mundy, wires on the hillside, was hit Bids for the small tract of I the State Safety Council-
Dr and Mrs. C. J. Houpt, Miss by a mortar burst. I
Sgt. Upon seeing timber west of the Bradford High meeting they attended in Jackson-
t Jean Mundy, Joliss Hazel Phillips, the man fall, Lt. Mooney, without athletic field were received and i yule last weekend. The boys, LIVING ROOM I
Miss Marian Henderson, Mr. and regard for his {
personal safety, that of T. C. Chastain in the I thanked Rotary for helping out
{ Mrs. C. H. Broadway and L. M. sprang into instant action and of i
I amount $758 was accepted. I with their expenses attending the
Chapman Gaints. sprinted up the slope to'th as- Other bidders were B. T. Thomas I meEjting. GROUPPhone

sistance of the casualty Despite who bid $650, and J. K. Douglas, The boys were introduced by
Young Adults Attend the Intense Communist shelling, he who offered $620. Plans are to !Mrs. Marion Howe, Chamber Qf '
moved the wounded man to safe- convert the timber site into a I I Commerce secretary, who
; District Meeting ty. His prompt and decisive ac- playground for the primary grades. I panied them to J accom-j 95
tion prevented further injuries to 80 Starke Fb. $149.
.; Members of the Young Adult the victim from flying shell frag- --,
? Class of the First Methodist ments and possibly from falling
f Church of Starke attended the over a cliff. Lt. Mooney's heroic 1 Sofa Bed

Gainesville District meeting Tuesday actions, concern for his associates 1 Coffee Table
# I night to Wesley Community and exceptional courage reflect: 1 Platform Rocker 2 End Tables
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Methodist church Gainesville. great credit on himself and the 1 Cocktail Chair 2 Table Lamps '1'
A lovely 7 o'clock candlelight I The mother- of the bridegroom The meeting was in the form of military service'
ceremony Friday evening in the was attired a grey silk gown a workshop with Rev. Thomas G. A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WILL DELIVER TillS

First Baptist'Church Starke, unit- complimented with a white carna- Mitchell conducting one of the Bradford Lt. Mooney High Is a graduate of News for the column is about at falloff of the porch one day last TO YOU i
ed in marriage Miss Norma Jac- tion corsage. panels on "Evangelism and Church and received a standstill this week ... we'rein week, when she received minor

queline Tanner, daughter', Mr, FolloWIng the wedding, a recep-. Loyalty". his commission upon graduating'from that lull between everybody bruises and was badly shaken .. 3 3w 3wr \
and Yrs. E. E. Tanner of Camp tion was held in the church recreation Carolina. The Citadel in South home from the lakes and vacations also sorry to hear that Mrs. Al S )

B1anding, and Albert W. Chapman, hall. Arrangements of white I I Methodist Men I now, and the fall social Hartmann is confined to her bed I
son -of Mrs. G. L. Chapman and gladioli and chrysanthemums and I I whirl hasn't started ... there was .with a back injury which she r8; .
the late Mr. Chapman of Live Oak. potted palms formed the effectivedecorations. To Meet Monday Elks Will Honor .a house-party last weekend tho' ceived when the car she was riding
Rev, L. D. Haines officiated at the The bride's table was given by Agnes 'Lawson, Pauline in hit a bump in the road and

double ring ceremony. I overlaid with a white cutwork The Starke Methodist Men's District Official Gay and Ann Johns for three I gave her a bad jar ... the ac-
Highlighting the altar of the.'cloth and centered with a three- Fellowship will meet Monday girls they met while working up cident occurred Thursday of last .
sanctuary were pedestal baskets tiered wedding cake topped with a night, Sept 21, at 1 p.m. in the On Visit Here in Connecticut this summer week ..

of white gladioli and buttoI\ chrysanthemums miniature bride and groom. The recreation building.G. Frances Weiserger, Barbara Sue Vaughn Knight, known to most
surrounded with white T. Huggins, president of the I e: k,
against a background cake was Starke Elks Lodge No 1802'' Roberts and Nancy McCarey, all of his friends as Bo, has returned S' i
and branched candelabra tuning intersperced with gladioli group, announces that an interesting ... the i
of palms will hold its regular bi-monthly or Tampa girls spent FriI to spend some time in Starke
holding taU burning whittapers. blossoms. Balancing the center-. program has been planned and meeting at 8 pm., Monday, Sept., day night at the Johns summer I after living for part of the spring
that there will be plenty -
The family pews were marked, piece were silver two-branch candelabra 21, at the"Elks Home on Temple home on Kingsley lake, Saturday I and summer with his sister and
blossoms taU burning white and rice and other good things ___ .e
with nosegays of gladioli I holding afternoon they went horse.back brother-in-law. Mr, and Mrs. W. S. k i
and pompoms caught with narrow tapers. The punch table was over. to. eat. Plans will be made at Ave.B.. W. Bryant, District Deputy riding -at the H. A. Lawson and Colson, in Tuscon, Ariz. For the Similar To
white satin 8tr amers. Nupital laid with a white cutwork cloth this meeting for a," barbecue to be Grand Exalted Ruler will make also spent that night at the Law- past five weeks he has visited r

music was rendered before the and centered with a crystal punch held at an early date his official visit to the Starke sons .. noted Bill and Alyce with his mother, Mrs. Merry Above Picture

ceremony, by Mrs. Joe Jordon bowl set in a bed Of greenery Lodge at that time. Graham's picture in the Nat'J. Knight, and his brother.in.la,
organist, and Miss Aliese Lawson Mrs. Tommy Gill greeted the WSCS Notice Legionaire magazine this week .
Robert S. Bird, in Gainesville, and
Preceding the meeting, a buf- "A Trial Is All We Come in and See Us TOd a !
and the receiving
and at door
soloist who sang "Because" guest the see Thelma Wise is working in with Mr. Bird's relatives in Oak AS.k:
fet dinner will be served at 7 _
'Always." The traditional wedding line consisted of the bride and The regular business and pro- Members and visitors are p.m.All in-'Alvarez, store these past two- weeks I. Park, Ill., Elgin, r'1., and Gleason, .' _, .. _. _ 1'.1
marches were used. groom, Mrs. Tanner, Mrs. Chap- gram meeting of the Methodist while the Graham! are away ... Wis.
vited to attend. ._ __
The bride. who was given in marriage .I man and the two bride's attend- W.S.C.S. will be held Monday after- glad to hear that June Patel is Hear the Comer Longs are back .- .- .. .
by her father;;. chose Miss+;ants. }Irs. Landon Cheek, sister I noon at 3:30: o'clock in the church able to return to her work at.. in Cle\\iston after a brief stay in -- -

Mary Frances/ Hazen as her maid;of the bridegroom, kept the brid 's,!sanctuary. Mrs. E. K. Perryman, OccupationalAnd Humphreys Gold after being off Homestead And the J. L
of honor and 1dJs3"ShirletCarpen-'book. Mrs. R.V:ChapmanJof Camp president of the society, will pre- ,-. sick for the past four weeks. Simmonses are returning to Keystone a
ter as bridesmaJd Miss Hazen's;Blanding and Mrs: Robert John- side. Beer Licenses 3rd Class Petty Officer Brad Heights from Ft. Walton s

strapless ballarin length gown son of Ocala cut the wedding cake Locke left Norfolk, Va. Wednesday .. See Wiley Coley home on leave i
was of light green tulle over white r and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas of Starke Eastern Star Dinner Due October 1st-d to participate in the great I while "in transit" from San Diego
ma'tchingl&tole I and Mrs. W. A. Bryant of st. defense rehearsal North Atlantic
satin and .she wore a ,to Camp Lejeune, N. C. .. Hazel
of light green tulle She carTed Augustine poured punch. Mrs. Joe The local chapter, Order of J. R. Kelly, county tax collector, Operation "Operation :Mariner" I (Hornsby) Hall has a fish story
a nosegay of 'lavender asters. Jordon rendered piano selections Eastern Star, will sponsor a din- issued a warning this week that ... will be gone four weeks !that's really different Seems 1
Miss Carpnter's of light blue during the reception. Also assist- 1953-54 state and county occupational see C. A. Futch has opened a real
gown I' ner, the exact date to be announced 1 she recently caught a 1.pounderl
was fashioned on identical lines as ing in serving were, Misses Martha next week. Tickets will be sold and beer licenses are due estate office at the Sistrunk home, l in Kingsley and found two nickels

Miss Hazen' and she carried a:Landrum, Judy Green, Joan Smith, by the organization and the proceeds on or before Oct I, corner of Call and Church streets f inside Mr. Bass's tummy First I
nosegay Of pink asters. MarCia: { Kay Hazen, Ann Crosby; I ... ,hear that Betty and Seymour time I heard of
I will go to the building fund Sales of the new licenses have ever anyone get-
Mrs. nobert Paterson, Mrs. Cecil he''Burdette,,who: have been managing for catchin' a fish! 1000i 1
R. V. Chapman of Camp Bla.lldJng of the Masonic Temple. been dragging, Kelly said, and j j ting tipped
Stevens; MI'$. Lonnie Fullwood Crescent Court, have accepted a j
sewed his brother as best man urges purchasers to get their Hear that Bill Long was recently
and the ushers were Landon and Mrs. L H. Harper.After Lioness Club Notice licenses at his office before the manager job at a tourist court in i elected chairman of the five-man
time withtheir Jax and moved there on Tuesday' Commis-
Cheek of Ocala and the bride'sbrother spending some deadline. Prices are the same N.I I Alachua County Zoning
Eugene Tanner.A guests, Mr. and Mrs. Chapman The regular monthly meetings as last year. I. .. the A. D. Martin court on sion ,. Which reminds me, zoning -
baUarlna I left for a week's wedding trip ,Temple ave. has two new tenants I is sumpin we could use a little
of the Lioness Club will be
lovely length re-
gown ,
South Florida. The bride traveled ... Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hilliard Starke especially ]
to of around i
of whitq lace and tulle over satin I sumed Thursday evening, Sept. i I CUSTOMERSs
in blue dress, complimented and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Medlin, since the limits have been
Navy city
a Sam
was chosen by the bride for her i 24, at 1:30 o'clock in the Lion'sDen. Point
with dark blue accessories I both families from High extended ..
wedding. The fitted lace bodice I Hostesses for the evening s
I acid Mr.
and an orchid corsage. Tht young Has Birthday Party N. C. Mr. will be interested to
Harley Ruth I Friends
featured a Peter Pan collar and:l will be Helen and I TO REGISTER
Medlin employed at Hartmann
'will reside at Fort
couple know that Kathleen Judd, exCalistreeter -
tap sleeves. Her finger Up veil of t I I Broadway. I
illusion held in Juliet I Eustis, Va. where the groom, Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAli1ey Furniture Co. i graduated from the
was place by a L.I
decorated with seed .I,who 13 a Sergeant -1st Class is entertained at a birthday party Sorry to hear that Mrs O. Orange Memorial Hospital School
cap carried a white satin covered stationed. Woodman Circle Saturday afternoon on the Manse Haynes, Sr.. who was dusting in of Nursing on Sept. 7 ... Wallace FOR GRAND PRIZE
slipped on a
the living room
Bible topped with a white orchid The bride is a graduate of Bradford The Woodman Circle will meet lawn for their son Sam who throw and fell and broke her I Carson, here with wife Jewell

with streamers of white satin ribbon High School, class of '53, aft- Tuesday, Sept. 22, at 7:3 p. m. was celebrating his first anniver- left hip rug last Friday she will be l(Gassett) for a visit with relatives.,

Her only ornament was a er which she was employed as secretary in the Catholic Center.in sary. confined to St. Luke's hospital for'recently received a five-year safety
double strand of pearls, a gift from fOr Glidden Paint Co. in The refreshment table on the at.least ten days ..:, and on the I' award as a driver with Pennsylvania -
the bridegroom Atlanta, Ga. Korea. lawn was centered with a punchbowl 1 Mrs. Georgia Russell I Greyhound on the Pennsy
:Mrs. Tanner selected for her Sgt. Chapman served five yearsin' Out.of.town guests at the wedding which was set in a bed of same(Mrs. day Hernwall's mother) fell off Turnpike .. Congratulations! r

daughters wedding a street length the U. S. Army after graduating and reception included: Mr, greenery. Trays held individual ,a ladder and cracked a rib ... I Seems to be all for now So t t
gown of Nary blue with a pink from High School in Ferry and and Mrs. S. A. Graham of Jackson. cakes topped with single candles. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt is able to be long See you in the next )

carnation corsage., recently returned from active dutyI vile, Mr. and Mrs. W, D.'Witt, Sr,, Children from the Sunday school I out and around again after her! -Carolyn A Imi 1
I and Mr. and Mrs. W. D Witt .Jr,, primary departments helped little ----'-
of Lake City, Mr, and Mrs. Sam celebrate the occasion and r

YOU'LL HAVE TO Hubert Tanner, Mrs. J. W. Osteen I games were played during the I s?w+tYw r:" E \
I Mr. and Mrs. Canova'Howard and afternoon. ;
Mrs., Willard Graham all of Lake Assisting Mrs. McA1iley in serv- 1\c

SEE IT .' I I Butler and Mrs. Effie Thomas and ing were Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs. f YOURS C'r'\I 't 1

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Mrs,Robbie Shaller vis- Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis of Apopka .
Mr. and: -- '
r ited MrJ; and Mrs. Don Ray Tilleyin Is'visiting her son and family, Mr. HUNTING WE WILL GO. .;. : ._ -- <

Jacksonville on Sunday. and Mrs. James Lewis. I

Alvarez of Jacksonville, Mrs. John Love Wilkes of Jacksonville
; rP Coy II Along about this time of the -
who( was ill last week, spent the is visiting her sister, Mrs.A. year the average'red-blooded male II Iy EARLCOOK'S

week with his parents, Mr. and Z. Adkins. has that faraway look and antici- R r ><
f" NEWS Mrs. T. G. Alvarez.T. Mrs. J.. F. Rogers of Jackson- -
' IN THE patory gleam in his,eye. He goes
weeks with
K. McClane ofr'mter ville is spending two y
into a deep reverie and begins to Lr I
1.6 .. II - P-- Park was the overnight guest last her daughter, Mrs. T. F. Landrum II
hear the whir of a rising covey of I
of Mr. and Mrs. Glen and family.
bcity ir. and Mrs.,Lee Fitch of Rush Mr. and Mrs. .K. G. Duncan and Duke.Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Havens and quail. He hears the deep, muted

several daughter, Margaret Rose, accom- baying of an ole houn' dog on a
Minn spending .
are Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez are Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Henry of ;
weeks with their daughter Mrs. panied Kaspar Duncan to Atlanta hot trail, and in his mind's eye,
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.
in Atlanta, Ga. from Tuesday to r
i J. C. Fogg and Mr. Fogg. Ga. today (Friday) where he will business. Fred White and daughter of Jacksonville he can see the swift grey' dove,
Sunday on
r Mr and Mrs. Ray Saunders and resume his studies at Emory University of cleaving the. crisp autum air with
Miss June Harding and Miss were Sunday guests
Starke The Duncans will also its razor-sharp wings. Somewherein
daughter, 'Mary Ann, of Alice Cox returned to Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland. get a state license for $26.50 or a
of Lake spend the weekend with Mr. and the far, far distance an old
and Mrs. H. Green
and Mr. on Thursday after a, week's visit Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour'and a'' 10-day continuous license for
returned home last Friday Mrs. J. H. Troutman in Atlanta. turkey gobbler; patriarch of
City with Miss Harding's parents, Mr. family, Gladys Harrington and 1150. .
. after a week's ,trip through the The Herlongs had as guests and Mrs. T. B. Harding. Mrs. Nat Williams were in Jack- few large flock, is giving forth with.a I A new type of hunting license

I' Smoky Mountains, N, C. during the weekend, Mrs. Mary I Dolph Reddish and Miss Shirley sonville Sunday afternoon. lusty'gobbles. has been received by the county
Miss Syansky of Miami Edwards,,Mrs. W. E. Groomes and Yes it's that time of the GROCERIES
r Peggy year MEATS
Carpenter visited Mr. and Mrs. Students! Get your Zipper Note- judge for issuance this year. Thisis -- FEED
i was the weekend guest of Miss Mrs. T D. Wood of Jacksonvilleand again-hunting season is _almost the Series license
Richard Ray and Mr. and Mrs. S. book In school colors, $1.85 OA and is
t. Carolyn Edwards. The two girlsare Mrs. F. E. Foy of Lake City. E. Reese in Jacksonville on Sun- Bradford, County Telegraph. here. So get out the old fowling for free to residents under the 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North

i roommates In Gainesville Miss Margaret Rose Duncan I piece and see that it's properly of 15 the I
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and age or over age of 65. Phone 339JWE

i while attending U. of F. had as guests Miss Sue Duncan of day.Mrs.. Raymond Howe, Jr. and. Joe Sistrunk spent the weekendin :oiled and cleaned. Call in old Heretofore, persons in this cate-

Dr.. JL ,B. Herlong, Mr. and Gainesville last Friday night and son, David of St. Augustine are Tallahassee visiting :Mr. and i"Spot" and "Blue" and see if they gory were issued exemption certi- CLOSE 9:30 P.M. ATURDAYS
I Mrs. Frank Herlong and Mrs. Miss Frances Caldwell of the State spending this week with the senior Mrs. M. C. Futch and attendingthe I are in proper fighting trim. ficates which permitted them to QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

Mary Edwards Jacksonville re ,Farm on Saturday night. Howes while Mr. 'Howe, Jr. is at- Shrine Ceremonial.Mrs. The little woman has to be conditioned hunt without a license. The Series SPECIALS FOR THUR., FRI., SAT., SEPT. 17. 18, 19

turned home, last week after I Mr. and Mrs.Sam Cowin of Ma- tending the Prudential Life In- Shellie Hall and Mrs. Brad I too, for long periods of OA license has deer tags' attached,

spending the: sumer in Waynes- I deria Beach and Ed Carswell of surance convention in Washington, Locke were in Jacksonville on separation while nimrod husband permitting those under 15 or over WHITE
Tffl,.- N. C. Tampa were Sunday guests of I D. Wednesday 'I I is out making like Daniel Boone. 65 to take deer.
Mr." and Mrs. L, A. Davis returned Mrs. Janie Avery. I II C.Mrs.. K. W Witt and son of Mr. and Mrs. George Moxley of i j I You might try speaking kindly to Judge Yawn reminds hunters, POTATOES 10 Ibs 29C
I' 'I her at the breakfast table and too, that a special signed applica-
home Thursday after Mrs.Vera Mizell of Jacksonville Columbiana, Ohio and Mr. and Gainesville were visiting Mr. and I'

spending the summer in Waynes- was the weekend guest of :Miss' Mrs. W. J. Carson and family of Mrs. L. S. Hutto on Tuesday. maybe go so far as to promise I,tion form, must accompany each

ville,'N.c. Lucille Alvarez. Pittsburgh, Pa. ,are spending sev- Tom McClane of Winter Park her a new hat. ] request for a license. So you can't

Mrs.. Ruby Collins, Mrs. R. T, Zipper Notebooks eral weeks with Mrs. Pate Gassett.Mr. was the weekend guest of Marion I There's one very important detail send your buddy in for your license SMALL GOODONIONS
that has ,to be taken. of unless send with him this
Fowler,Mrs Del Colley. Miss Lillian $1.85 Bradford County Tele- and Mrs. Carl Motes and Harrington. I care I you application Lbs
though before take to the signed by The -
I you you.
Stump and Mrs. Daisy Ferryman graph. son of Palatka were Sunday guestsof Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks have field. 2 tICGOLDEN
I forms can be obtained at
enjoyed a dinner party at Mr._and Mrs. Charles Hardy. moved from Keystone Heights to
Mrs.. 0. P. Dyal of Jacksonville County Judge/T. A. Yawn, ex- the county judge's office.
the Jacksonville NAS Officer's Mr. and Mrs. J. E. and
Hardy the .
.Herlong upstairs
spending two weeks with her I apartment.Mr. cusing himself for the mention of The dove season will be split
Club Thursday evening of last family are staying in Brooker
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Al and Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Jr. such a mundante matter, would this year, as it was last year, with AGEMACARONI
week. temporarily: due to the illness of
varez. and family of Starke and Mrs. J. like to remind all hunters that the first part running from Oct. 1
Mr. and .Mrs. C. C. of Mrs. Hardy's parents, Mr and Box
home G. Caldwell and Mrs. June Edwards '
Mrs. Cula Coran returned hunting licenses for the approaching through Oct.' 15, and the second
Mrs. O. W. .
Tampa spent the weekend with last week from a four weeks visit Barry. of the State Farm visited season are now on sale in his "part from Dec. 15 through Dec.
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs(; J. W. Mrs. P. S. Hutto of Savannah,
with relatives'and friends In Sac- Ga. is the Jacksonville Zoo and.Jackson- office.A II. 29. _,Daily hunting of dove will be
KIncaid. visiting Mr. and.Mrs. L. S.
ramento and lone Calif. ville Beach on Sunday. with hours
resident license permitted shooting from
Hutto and Mr. and Mrs. county game
Mr. and Mrs. R, B. Alvarez Harry i
took their daughter, Sylvia, toTallahassee'on Mrs. C. C. Stanton and daughter. Tucker for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and 'will cost you $2, and a resident;'.! 12 noon until sunset. The day's

Peggy, of Hastings were Sun- Mr. and Mrs Glen Rush spent 'I other than home county license I bag limit for dove is eight.
Sunday where Sylvia Mr. and Mrs., Parker Dampier I For Better
of Mrs. Ada Alexander Wednesday and Thursday of last costs J4.50.-ir Other information Baking EEL-BECK
are resident
entered her Freshman year at day guests and children of Jacksonville were } you a of I on hunting
and daughter) Wilma. week at Nahunta, Ga. and Jack- Florida and want to broadcast i dates and bag limits may be ob-
FSU. Sunday ,evening guests of Mr. and
sonville. 'birdshot all the state tained from the
over a county judge's ARMIX GRITS
Mrs:'R. C. Dampier. I
Mrs. J. R. Kite was visiting her license for that will cost $;7.50. office.
Dr. O. D. Middleton of
llen's.Clothin. III Ludowici sister, Mrs. E. F. Dollar in Cairo,!A non-resident of the state can Happy Hunting!
ALVAREZ' STORE ft Ga. visited his uncle and aunt, Dr.
1 Established 1894 Ga. on Tuesday to Thursday.
I and Mrs. W. E. Middleton ,on graph. I Lb Tin LbPkg
Dr. and Mrs H. B. McLendon NOTICE TO APPEAR 3 69C
Monday. Dated this 15 day of September.I! IB Circuit Court Bradford Couatr 5 43C
of Orlando took their daughter, Florida la Chancery.
Mrs. Louise Wilson, Mrs. Ray- Jeanette to Tallahassee on Satur- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Paris Beltson, Plaintiff. vs Rosemary -
mond Howe, Jr. and Clerk of the Circuit Court. Beltson, Defendant.
son, ,
; day where she entered her fresh- By :Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
and Mrs. Marion Howe and son 9/18 U 10/9 Case No. 10.0671
at FSU. The .Mc- ,
man year Notice To Appear. _
STARKE Eugene, were visiting friends in with To: Rosemary Beltson whose res-
!Lendons spent Monday night NOTICE TO APPEAR
Jacksonville on la Circuit idence and address is: 1195 Campbell SUM-R
Sunday."Tornado" Court. Bradford -
I CountFloridas ,
I Mrs. McLendon's parents, Mr. and IB Chaucer } Avenue, West Haven Connecticut.You .

Zipper Notebooks 'Mrs. E. S. Matthews and on Tues- Adam Drzymala Plaintiff, vs. Maria are hereby notified that a jEDjCans
SERVICE $1.85 Bradford Tele- I Suit for Divorce and ratificationof
RADIO TV graph. County day Dr., and Mrs. McLendon and Drzymala Defendant.Case No. 10-066 separation agreementhas QC

Mrs.,E. S. Matthews left for Clay- Xotlce To AppearsTo been filed against you in the
Reasonable Guaranteed Service spent the summer in Maine and and address is: 198 Vernon I you are required to serve a copy o*
and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Avenue, Brooklyn, Xew York your answer or pleading to the Wilsorr VIENNASAUSAGE
Canada, has returned to her former You I complaint the Plaintiff3
returned home last Friday after are hereby notified that a.. on j
On All Makes Radios or TV position as .manager of the suit for *" Attorney T. Frank Landrum,
4 Starke Hotel. spending seven weeks at their Divorcehas I Starke Florida CanS
4. :summer home at St. Augustine been filed against you in the and file the original In the officeof
4. :Mrs. Harold.Norman spent part, above named Court and cause and the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS, .: of her vacation in I Beach. They were accompanied you are required to serve a copy of.. or before the ,
Fernandina 19 day of October, 1953;
home by''Mrs.. J. E. Futch who your answer or pleading to the complaint I
F NOT, GIVING:YOU : Beach, stopping at, the Keystone | on the Plaintiff's Attorney otherwise the allegations of said -- .....
spent the past week with the T. Frank Landrum,
Starke Fla. Complaint be taken; as confessed -
SATISFACTION ': Hotel. The remainder of the I Brownlees at the Beach and the and file the original in the office of.I by you. \ s. -w. BLUE ROSE
4 time was spent in Jacksonville as the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or i I This notice shallbe published
4 previous six weeks in Lakeland j before the 19 day of October, 1953; once each week for four consecutive
: Call' 198-W AtOnce': 4| the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Sheldon, with her sister, Mrs. T. N. Lim-frherwise the allegations said I(weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
4 !?Pasey, formerly of St. Mark's. Complaint will be taken as confessed -j i graph. SUGAR RICELbPkgEtiC
4. baugh.Mr. by you Dated this 16 day of September,
Mrs. C. H. I
4. I Bagley of Starke 301 This 1953.
notice shall be published
.. J Motel is spending a month in and Mrs. G. S. Newcomband once each week for four consecutive (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworlhy'sGIRLS ; !; East Williston, L. I. with her sons, Byron and Chuck, spent weeks in the.Bradford County Tele-I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
the weekend in Orlando. Mrs. H. graph. i By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
4, sister-in-law, Mrs:. A. Tanner. Dated this 16 day of September, .9/18 4t 10/9 5LbPkg39C
I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards, P. Moye accompanied the New- 1953. I
combs to her home in Orlando (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
J I and Mrs. Don Cornell of Jacksonville Clerk of the Circuit Court.

were weekend guests of Mrs. after a week's visit here. By :Marian L. Crosby: Deputy Clerk I FOLEY SHARPENED SAWSCut --,...... "" .

I,V. H. Struth and Miss Kate Mr., and Mrs. E. J. Flynn spent 9/18 4t 10/9 .
I Cleaner Easier
Foster, ,
Struth. the weekend at Lake Hewitt. DUZ TIDE OR Each

H Mrs. Viola Strickland has returned Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasten are la Circuit, OTICE I Court TO Bradford APPEAR COllat_ ,., You'll save time and effort Lge Box

to her home in Miami after spending this week at St. Augus- Florida In Chancery.Frederick when your saws have beensharpened CHEER ti
Nolan Clifton, Plaintiff,
spending the summer here with tine Beach. vs. Wilhelmina Katherine Clifton, on our precision

r Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ellington.Mr. Defendant. Case No. 10-058 machine. All teeth are made

and Mrs. JOHNS THANKS VOTERSI Notice To Appear .
William R. I uniform and accurate
BETWEEN AGES OF To: Wilhelmina Katherine<<, Clifton, i PALMOLIVE
Morse who have been in Fancy whose residence and address k: I just like new. .
to tak this
wish opportunityto
; Seaford. Delaware.You .
Gap Va. the past five months are thank my friends for their are hereby notified that a You'll be Bath Size

I 18 AND 27 home for a short visit. splendid support in re-electing me Suit been far filed Divorcehas against you In the pleased wit hour :' I SOAP 3
Rev. and
W. S. McAliley your City Clerk I promise at all above named Court and cause and speedy I

and son, Sam visited Dr. and Mrs. times to the 'welfare of our ,YOU are required to serve a copy ofirour service and I
Who Would Like Permanent Kokomoor in keep answer or pleading to the .. .
Gainesville '
with -
Sunday City foremost in my actions and 'complaint on the Plaintiffs your easy ;.. . "
afternoon. Attorney Evan T. Evans, - -- --
Year-around Job will work for betterment of our 103 cutting saw.ALSO .
Law Exchange Building Jacksonville
Mrs. Georgia Russell returnedto community at all times. Again Florida .- Ii. C. Maxwell House

tfiehome of her son-in-law and thanking for your splendid and file the original in the officeof I '

APPLY AT OUR OFFICE daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hern- support. Respectfully you In> or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court SHARPENALL COFfEE

10th AND CHURCH STS. wall, last week after five weeks' -Carl Johns 19 day of October. 1953; KINDS OF TOOLS TRIPE
visit in Madison. wis. otherwise the allegations of Bald
Complaint will be
taken as confessed -. KNIVES SISSORS ETC.

atives"Mrs.and L. D.friends.Green and Mrs. APPEAR This by notice you. shall ta published All New LgeCan Lb
Big Dad Manufacturing Co. C. D. NOTICE TO once each week for four consecutive Equipment
County 37C 79C
.Williams visited points-of interestin IB Florida Circuit! la Court Chaaeery.Marie Bradford. graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele- CALVIN JOHNS
South Florida last Last Alfred
week. ;
S. Jannace. Plaintiff vs. Dated this 14 day of September.
Thursday_Mrs. Williams was guest .Jannace, Defendant. 1943. 465 N. Water St.
speaker at the Educational Case No. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Darby
Semi- ..
\etiee To Appears Clerk of the Circuit Court.
nar at the Methodist W. S. C. 'S. To: Alfred Jannace, whose resi- By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

in' Arcadia. dence You and are address hereby is notified: Unknown.that a ___ 9/18 4t 10/914 t YELLOW ROSEFLOUR

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Long of suit for NOTICE TO AFFEARl j '
hE E Gainesville the Divorce Circuit Court. Bradford Co..ty
spent weekend with
has been filed against you in the Florida: la Chancery. I 25Lbs 1.83
FLORIDA Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll at Kings- above named Court and cause and Anna Betty Seaman, Plaintiff, vs. DJBkTARKE
you are required to serve a copy of Harry E. Seaman Defendant.
ley Lake and with :Mrs. F. H. I w FL-:
to the complaint -
your answer or pleading Case No. 10-OC5 I .
Long Starke.. on the Plaintiffs Attorney Notice To Apvrar. !
Dedicated! Community Service Mr. and Mrs., J. A. Budd, Jr. Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Exchange To: Harry E. Seaman whose resl-I
Movie Are Better'Than Ever" of Jacksonville were Sunday Florida Building Spruce dence and Street.address Philadelphia is: Drake Penn, Fri., Sat.-Sept. 18, 19 Meat

guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- and file the original in the office of sylvania. DOUBLE FEATURE Specials

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad dleton. the before Clerk the of 19 the day Circuit of October Court, on 1953 or; suit You for are hereby notified that a I

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dennard, Jr. otherwise the allegations of said Dlvor The Yellow Haired .
Complaint will be take as confessed has been filed against you In the I)
of Miami Mrs.
were overnight Pickford's Blue Plate
guests by you above named Court and cause ano
Tues. Wed. 22 23
., Sept. 19 ONLY Sept. last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. This notice shall be published you are required to serve a copy of
E. F. Miles. once each week for four consecutive your answer or pleading to the com- With Guy Madison and AndyDeUne Lb
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE weeks in the Bradford County Tele- plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney OLEO 19C

I easiA" E of III and file the original In the office of ANDJALOPY r
!.1 pctumva the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
I, a + lpll or before the 19 day of October, I SMALL
I NEW% LOOKING 1953: otherwise the allegations of II
GENE At t said Complaint will be taken as confessed With Leo Gorcey and The
by I
pLp you.
/ t r A t This notice shall be published:, Eowery Boys MULLET.Lb 11C
: ,a OtiOASP I each week for four consecutive
1 EGA 1'1 1C Iauru .\ 3-D" JEWELRY I once weeks in the Bradford County Tele-; Plus Chapter, "The Lost
CIIWIDI rt I graph. I I'lanet" and Cartoon.
Dated this 16 day of September,
AND FOSTER MM i turn mM r *a41|ctuon OMBf i 3 Dimensional Jewelry t 953.OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I Sun., Mon.-Sept. 20, 21 =
MIIMSUMflO Clerk of the Circuit Court. Fresh D & D Fresh D & D

LOVE HAPPY .4 Tailored To Add That ? By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 9/18 4t Clerk 10/9 Yellow Skies


Starring the Marx Brothers Plus Cartoon and Latest World :| Touch To Your Ensemble t Ia i Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR Coautr and Richard \V idmarkPlus I

Florida In Ckaaeery.June Cartoon and News
and Chap. No. 7
Plus Cartoon News Elaine Johnson Collin' Plaintiff -
"Government Agents vs. P. L." J vs. Adolph Dean Collins, Jr, i Lb
3 DimensionalJewelry I efendanL Case No. 10-068 Tues., Sept 22 ONLY 49C
\ otice T. Appear.To M 44CI I
MRS. E. FREEMANSun. ,Created To Do Wonderful Things This Fall, t : Rele A. D. Collins Jr., rsx."ho.le Decision Before i
\\ residence and address is: I

., Mon. Sept. 20, 21'W 1. BROWN And Give You That New Look t BASE ATU Little(Comm Creek.) School Norfolk XAVPHI-, Vir- Dawn -.

ginia. Plus Cartoon and News
You are hereby notified that a RIB & BRISKET
3 Dimensional suit for I
Thur. Fri Sept. 24, 25L" Jewelry Divorcehas Wed., Thur.-Sept. 23, 24 I Lb

On Display At GEM JEWELRY .=, above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the DOUBLE FEATURE STEM BEEF E E F 11C

!MMrIMsL.llal ) And All Leading Jewelers t you your are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the vf

1 complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney Death Of A
T. Frank Landrum.
3 See Our Window Display Starke Florida \ SalesmanWith CHUCK STEAK OR
\ and file the original in the office I i
I. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Fredric March ROAST Ib
11MFD And Be Convinced, Quality Has No Substitute'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYT or before the \ AND
) Awffeaa 19 day of October. 1953: ; '

II I otherwise Complaint will the allegations be taken as of confessed said-I i Aaron Slick From GOOD TENDER C

..a1IIOtgit: DOG I i If 1 Ed I This by notice you. shall be published i Punkin Crick BEEF LIVER Ib
| Gem \I
i ] Simpson Jewelry once each week for four CODUCU-
JrasligUtlicllllf AmAVOUKinCXl-K Live weeks. in the Bradford County'Telegraph. t I IV TECHNICOLORWith : J
Alan Young and Dianna
Plus Cartoon and Latest World Plus Cartoon "TheMouse of Fine Diamonds' 1953.Dated this 1C day of September, Shore HAMBURGER Ib I f

News 3 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I I II
StarkeVLeading Jeweler I Clerk of the Circuit Court. Plus Latest World News ._ ,", h _ .__ .
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Mrs. Howe Uses Vacation we Springs sang for us Sunday. We !Butler
Energetic : had better go on to Starke, I was sure did enjoy them. i Mrs. spent Monday visitin,? with Bradley. Mrs. Carolyn Rucker and
Heightsby LONG BRANCH to get my glasses that day now I Wilbur Wilkinson of Maxville! Mr. and Knight.Mrs. ..on. returned home with the R. C. .
W. H.
can see if there are fish in that Williamswere Bradleys for a few
To Praises Of Bradford Area was honored with a dinner Sunday called to Georgia over the days.
Sing pond and will know if I
I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJAAAA Mrs. Sara McDonald by Mrs.and Jimmy J. L. LangJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMtA Strickland fishing in it. We have had can rain go he the has Armed just Forces.been dischargedfrom Mr.weekend Williams'because brother.of the death of ESTERBKOOK. A point for every

enough to make ponds where it Church purpose. $2.37 complete at BRAD-
It's really great to be back in Exhibition and Jane Weston. Circles of the Community Church ,I was always dry land before. We News Mrs. P. S. Crews and grandson, FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
Women will all meet on Monday Sunday School 9:45 a. m. each Billy had dinner
Starke! That's the sentiment of with her
One of the.hlgblights of Mrs. hope for some dry weather
Mrs. Marion Howe, recently,back Sept. 21. Circle 1 will meet at The Hickory Grove Missionary I now. Sunday, Worship service 11 a. m. aunt, Mrs. Mallory Thomas, of

from a "good-will" tour- of the; Howe'strip was a visit to the I the home of Mrs. Norwood at 11 |Baptist Church at Green CoveSprings .....-.T..TTTTTT.V..T.TyYHIGHLAND and 7:30 p. m. Prayer services' Starke. FILL DIRTGOOD

northeastern part of the U. S. and Canadian National Exhibition a a.m. Circle 2 will meet at the held an ordination 'service each Wednesday 7:30 p. m. and :Mrs. W. H. Edwards Judge and

parts of Canada. sort of a Canadian world's fair, in home of Mrs. Seth Kennedy at Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.W. I Teachers meeting each Saturday 1 1I Mrs. T. A. Yawn and sons, Terry
D. Jones was ordained to at 7 RICH
Toronto. At the exhibition she 3 p.m. and the Nightingales willmeet' the p. m. and Jimmy, and iSother, Mrs. J.
The Mrs. Howe secretaryof
genial I ministry. He, is, and has been I The men worked on the foundation -
at the home of Miss G. Caldwell
the. Starke Chamber .of Commerce was escorted by the wife 'of a Thus at 7:30 p.m. Gladys j for almost a year the pastor of By Sirs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I of the new Sunday School sonville at ,the spent zoo Sunday and the In beach.Jack- TOP SOILSee

combined business with former' Canadian prime minister .the Ebenezer church at Clay Hill. building Saturday. Hope we can
Miss Gladys Thug will I Mrs J. G. Caldwell and Mrs. H.
pleasure as she made her. three- fly next Since he has been pastor the soon get it completed.
I. J. B. Thomson. :Mr. Thomson was : J. Kucera were guests of Mrs. F.
. week tour. Along the way In such Tuesday to North Carolina and church has been organized from a J. D. Boone returned home after Guess you folks missed my news F.
the Starke
Stump at Woman'sClub
from there shill. drive back with !
places as Buffalo, N. Y., Niagara mission to a church. Most of thClay spending several months in various I last week. Monday being a holi- last BILL JACKSONJackson
Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Walrath, Sr.Lt Wednesday and reported
Falls, and Toronto. Canada she Hill congregation_ attended parts of the country. day I didn't get it off in time. an enjoyable time.

distributed four big cartons of advertising and Mrs. Chas Newmanare Hickory Grove church for the ordination Joseph Kittle of Macon Ga. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bradley and Transfer Company
, matter, listing the advantages the proud parents of a daughter last weekend with
services. spent Mr. and T.T.TY..YTT..T... TTT.
son, Jack, of Jacksonville Phone 165
* spent
' born ; I
on Sept. 12.
Starke and Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Boone.
Mrs. Boone<< from
: I
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. )L
County as places to reside in and The name is Christine Lee. Mrs. visited the Ebenezer church Mr. and Mrs. Wint and chil- STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

establish businesses.In I B. ,Chiistoffers, Mrs. Newman's Sunday night.. These folks have dren of Augusta, Ga. spent the I vyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVYVAnnouncement

addition to the literature mother las been with her daughter been .on an extended visit to relatives -weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Homer =

distributed, :Mrs. Howe made verbal in Norfolk for several weeks. in other states for some- Smith and daughter.Mrs. i : .

"plugs" for Starke.and. Brad- The Keystone Bridge Club met tim .- Returned home a week or Virginia Allen returned to Mrs. Albert Yar rough and 10.

ford County at every opportunity.These .r Monday at the home of ,Mrs. Mc- so ago. her home in Tallahassee last week three children of Gainesville spent e In order better serve our customers we

latter advertisements went Creary, They celebrated at one Harry and Winnie Harris spent I after a two weeks visit with her Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. 3.\\I have moved back to our former location a
out over the air from radio stations ill and unable to attend, so Mrs. time the birthdays of Mrs. Huntley the weekend with relatives mother, Mrs.. Clara Boone. Yarbrough. j
at I i
In Elmira Syracuse Niagara Howe said she extended "best Redfearn and Mrs. S. E. McKay. Clay Hill. The Earl Padgetts and Theodore Weekend guests of the .Willy > COURT ST. Opposite Courthouse PHONE 153.j

Falls and Buffalo. N. Y., ana wishes from Florida" to the ill Mrs. Margaret 'Tracy has gone L. F. Thomas, his daughter and and Floyd Norman attended the Knights were }.Ir. and Mrs. B. H.

Toronto. Mrs. Howe appeared on man.Mrs. :.to Corpus Christi to visit with son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hillard I boxing matches in Jacksonville Greene and children of Jackson- "'e have recently opened a Branch in Keystone Heights

broadcasts originating from these Howe said she passed out Mrs. Chas. Gibson. and Mr. Thomas' youngest son, Thursday.. ville, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dobbs : Located In =

radio stations whose coverage 25,000 Starke and Bradford Coun- Earl Mecklin has returned to all from Middleburg spent a few Evelyn Norman and Charles and children of Ocala, and Mrs.1! E

saturates the entire northeastern ty folders at the Canadian Na- his home in Pittsburgh.Dr. minutes with us Saturday afternoon Mosley" were visiting the sick in Bryant Davis of Glen St. Mary. E B.R.R. ELECTRIC CO BUILDING PHONE 3132

part of the U. S. and southeastern tional Exhibition which was re- and Mrs. Farrar have re- Of course it is needless to Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards of :E

Canada. So in radio parlance, puted to be the world's largest exturned to their home after a sum- say we were glad to see them, were Ruth Marr is home for a Gainesville visited the L. L. Wain- I

the Starke' and Bradford' County hibition to date.Everywhere,1 mer in Indiana. always glad to see old friends few days. She has been helpingcare wrights Sunday afternoon.Mrs. CAVALIER RADIO & W SERVICE I II

commercials had a big "circula Mrs. Howe 'said, I We regret to learn of the death and make new ones. That is what! for Miss Ollie Marr of Starke P. S. Crews' brother John I
tion." makes life pleasant. who has been ill for several weeks. B. Rivers of Auburndale, spent I
people pricked up their ears at ''II of a former resident of Keystone I
On the Toronto'broadcast, Mrs. I am glad I can I havemy The Gospel Singers of the First Saturday night with her t Starke Ph. 153 Keystone s--Ph.3132
the mention. of tax-free Starke, Heights. Mrs. Paul Klaustermyerdied report I I :
Howe the of Elsie Jenkins church of Green Cove Mrs. Lucretia Roberts of Lake :
was guest Baptist
on Tuesday, Sept. ,1, in Ne- new glasses now and can also ....... AAAA.AAAA
of the women's She said lots of people were Interested I
manager there is
braska. Mrs. Klaustermyer had say a great improvement
activities of the Canadian National: in possibly locating 'in
n vision will have
living some time in Boston. my to learnto

__ I Starke especially people of. retirement Frank Scott is.still in not put my glasses in.my pocket .

... age who' wasted a nice Hospital taking treatment. He:is eand then climb a ladder at, least
reported I broke one good pair like this.
'lifAlllrrflDI friendly not-too-big place in which y.
Mr. and Mrs. Hundevaat and son We were more than glad to find
to retire. .
PAY NOTHING! of Miami spent last week as Nelli Wilkinson greatly improvedin
After the Falls radio
Niagara guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mc health Friday when we calledon ...
F ;.y.v:.v;>.a vx :nnx H)7tkeonwae7eacn
laity ISIIl lIU I tullill broadcast Mrs.Howe, answered 25 I her. Also understand Vina ; :

telephone inquiries about Starke. Kay.Mr.. and :Mrs. Fred Leonhard are Martin much improved in health.

She also planned '10-day tours to home after a visit in Californiaand Albert Osteen is in the. hospital

'p1l1TJ'e- Florida for winter vacationers, recommending Ohio. again but did not learn the cause
; An\
I The lakes around of his hospitalization. 'Ola Padgett
U. S. 301 as the routeto Keystone are ; i
is on the sick list this week. _
take. rising rapidly. Brooklyn is up about My 4 4*
HEARING AIDS Mrs. Howe visited Chambers of five feet and is overflowing into mother shows no improvement at ,
THIfl GIEAI Keystone lake which this writing, in fact she
,MODUSI Commerce wherever she went and is already up seems
about four feet and still rising. We weaker than at the last time I v
oeM Ssr0ad.i-D.do.. left her advertising material with
$75' .. &I the various offices. Since arrivIng personally measured it with a mentioned her.
stake and found it rose about fourinch We were informed a few days
back in Starke, she bas received .
uuCANOVA mailed inquiries from in one 24 hour period. Onenew ago that Jack Wilkinson found a. _

northern persons who are inter- dock built recently is already young "gator" at one of his cattle t

ested in' ettling in Starke. under water. The stream from gaps near his home. Well, we do .". < .
PHARMACYPhone Keystone into Geneva is not yet not doubt this, there was enough : '... >'
Mrs. Howe said she enjoyed her
trip very much, but that she wasglad running but at the present rate, water in his yard last Friday to This demonstration was worthYou're
160 Starke, Fla. soon will be. It has been reported furnish a good sized lake. Anyway
to be back in Starke once
that new springs have in Daisy Lang and I were about
.. ........ more. opened "sitting pretty" ;
.YYYY.Y..Y.T. hundreds of dollars .pr yq
I to to
to me
Lake Brqoklyn.The go the "lake" behind his behind the wheel many H r-

Keystone School opened last' house and see if we couldn't catch \ 10" I
Take this Bel Air model. First :
That's Our BusinessIf I : '".
week with an enrollment of 116. '_' -I I -
ten-day trip to Washington and thing you'll notice is the quality '
O I thought only higher-priced would
U I' nq new teacher, Hubert Ridaut, a car l 11
4 It's Glass We Have It! has been added this year. He will New ,York City, They accompanied of the interior. Rich-looking tJ'

CALL WRITE'JIor VISIT teach the seventh and eighth] :Mr. Renfroe's nephew and appointments. Roomy seats suit me. But then I found ,out how. much
niece Dirt and Mrs. .fario.liNeaJ .
with foam rubber cushions. *<
grades and handle the athletic .
I Joe Peters Glass Co. gram. The first PTA meeting pro was of News Tarpon Springs. '; Turn the key to start the engine more Chevrolet offered. for how much less! rolet. One reason is that model
is short this week because!
held Tuesday.The and you're ready to go. _. -_ for model,Chevrolet will weigh
FOR ANY GLASS NEED I haven't had much time to getup r i .
young folks have begun .. '
up to 200 pounds more than
We Design Modern Store Fronts their annual trek to school and any. If anyone has news please Chevrolet's field the new right now! Chevrolet im-

A Just Mail Us A Pattern for college. The university of Florida let me have it, because I don't __ 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame." Gearproved brakes are the largest 4 the other low-priced cars.
want to leave cut. .
Table Tops drew five this year; Anne Vance, Thought for anyone the week: Thy shift models offer the advanced in the low-price field. ,You get greater getaway

318 N. 'W. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 Donna fearn, Frank Pangborn Walrath, Huntley and RobertMenzen. Red- word is a lamp unto my feet anaa I I .;'_-.i M 108-h.p "Thrift-King".",.engine.- Its" heavier for : with the new Powerglide

light unto my path. Psalms I A lot finer performance on a
I Linda Walker goes to \ Biggest brakes for i> better roadabiliiy
Weselyn at, Macon, Ga.; Marilyn -- smoothereasier stop. I you'rem { lot less gas. That's'what you
v a pleasant 5ur.
get with the new Powerglide
to Florida
at An easy nudge on the pedal prise at the smooth, steady,"
Somel Lakeland, and Al Watson, to WHERE TRAINING ANDY You can see all around $t smooth big- ride of this Chev automatic transmission.There's
iJlt tent?l deed. YlJS Emory Preparatory school. Nanc : ""? brines ,positive response ar new no more advanced automatic
EXPERIENCE COUNTIf You look out and down <**v transmission
Hearst goes to Jones Business at any pricethrough
a wide, curved, one''I
School in Jacksonville. .
need truss
you a or surgical '
piece windshield. The panoramic And it's thelowestpriced
support, you cannot'afford to rear window and big Let us demonstrate ( line
take a chance with your health
side windows provide a clear
j all the advantages A demonstration will show
by being improperly fitted. view in all directions. you
ma that Chevrolet offers just about
Here at Canova Prescription
of buying a Chevrolet now!
could Yet
everything want.
we have trained technicians You get more power -
by Mrs. O. E. I it's the lowest-priced line in the
CrosbyAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAA both 'male and female, on less gas -
low'pric.fieId.t. _
to serve yea.Remember That's because Chevrolet's two /CHEVROLET/ .. ,

your health and great valve-in-head engines are Combination PovtrgMe. automatic
Church News __
Rev. Gwin filled his comfort depend on expert 3,. h-comprr"ion engines. InPowerglide ......... ."s'' transmission and 115hp."BlueFlame" .
models MORE PEOPLE RUT CHEVROLET THAN ANY OTHER CAR I engine optional on"TwoTen"
you get
Sunday morning and eve and Bel Air modelt

ningHe leaves the first of fitting.CANOVA the most powerful engine in. extra cost. ;.- ..

October to attend college. We

will regret to see Rev. and Mrs.


AUTUMN Lady ord&iBL4CK much success in their new field. PHONE 4202

SPECIAL! The W. M. U. of Bayless Hi- (Near Hospital)

way met for a season of prayer Gainesyille, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETS
WALNUT ICE CREAM for Home Missions Monday night.

Personal Items
Buy-by the Borden Ice Cream Sign. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Watterson -

) y7bn1, ii-7brd: mffinRSfaJ'idwr ,est 'all ice-f mns Mrs. Lucille Lovell, and Mrs. 'Y'Y ., .
en.....o.ow e W. C. Ward were visiting relatives "

in! Gainesville Sunday afternoon. wi ,

. ...... ... ....... ......... Miss Evelyn Clark and Chuck '
'''' N
Carter of Jacksonville were vIsit- ,
ing Mrs. S. R. Clark Sunday after-

noon.Mrs.. Betty Kirby and Mrs. -Get SEWING tAQ CHINE
Jeanette Crosby were on the sick STICK
: f .400 SHEKELS OF SILVER list last week. 1 A / "'hen sewing PlastK

TO PURCHASE THE CAVE Mrs. W. C. Ward and Mrs. ". Walled Paper Info cools w yo? sew o .
!he S1rip 0/
Lucille Lovell were visiting friendsin off Stom.When
\, wiq; b. PNfed ,tear paper
Jacksonville Saturday after- -
yow eledrk
HIS FAMILY. noon. for on1r sf Q mocAe for
Sherman Crosby returned from; 0 PAY r worth 01 eIec1ricityl0 tin Roars
Seattle Wash. last Wednesday ".,"
accompanied by his little niece, -., -' -,:'. "',
Carla Dean Bailey, who is making GET OUT DUST

her home with us. from Ud er

Heard W. T. Crosby celebratedhis u f C 1. r, / r nozzle .f your range aod refri9erotor. ... the aerKe

k ii birthday Sunday with a big a r .' more eFfidentlY, too vocwm. if- deoner. ..'riO"_ work!
cii k
birthday dinner. stir. and Mrs 9e u I free from dust w'"th uPholst YW "p""""'" C0i" a Oril. "
William and children 3m cry 0 ttodwnen
Crosby r .
; ?he Old ttotamentako reveals Vat f One 'whole how
early Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman end 01"CICINnI
rr xn merchants used gold&d stiver bars fir money. children attended this with }fr. fuSt" 9 +i cent in efectricily f cIeoning cost Quit Rcb.yitdllES .

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In Biblical times, the use of money had already replaced Crosby.Willie Andrews ,and son Buddy TO
and Oscar Gibson of Lake Butler LtMfIIh DAMPEN CLOTHES

the barter of more primitive times. With the were visiting in Bayless Kiway a. nd dell I Noce In plo' 0. add o QUICKLY .,.
cup of
Sunday.We I oughly, kt stand a few eater. "Rake _
introduction of coined a convenient means for minutes.
money to hear of the dampefted Oothes
are sorry ... ready '0 iron. will be evenly
transacting business was established. You' will find serious illness of Mrs. Mary! Nor i f't" electric ironer

'f man. She is a patient at Alachua y Nat o few wiP do the .".,. _',paw
csxlf, ,
our services most convenient .' '-', County Hospital. We all wish her I rory. oidedricyQ ?? fa

a speedy recovery.
Everyone was glad to see Miss

H Helen Batten daughter of our cI .fTlI' 'K

former pastor at church Sunday ,, whof
night. She Is-living' in Jacksonville e/eclricily.,.think how life would be (;lee without

now. get.,.( much beller /iYing
or one low you
Floyd Crosby's squash patch
mon/My bil/J
wow FLORIDA BANK at STARK! looks real good. The heavy rain ._- .
r did not do much damage to them

The rains ruined Oscar's bean

Member Florida National.Group but the peas and cabbage :ue

looking real good. He will have
&<t! 4< i
some plants to eel) in a few days. l,. r 6

County Commissioner and Mrs.

WWA& ; L., L., Renfroe left Tuesday for. a FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY


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grasses. Guy's place is located Dry Fertilizer contain four-tenths of a poundof for feeding house plants, as starter

north of town and he is using nitrogen. Thus, nine applica- solutions for transplants, for

SOIL CONSERVATION Pensac I'a Bahia and White Clover Just As EfficientAs tions of soluble fertilizer wouldbe fertilizing seed boxes or plant

. for his improved: pastures. Soluble Kind necessary to provide the same beds, and for providing plant food

N-. E-W.S amount of plant food contained in for very young and tender seed-

Lucian Conner of Bayless High- Soluble fertilizers may bring the dry fertilizer., Total cost of lings, and they may be use.d to

," By Bill Haas way community used the District's quicker plant responses in some enough soluble fertilizer to do supplement dry fertilizer. Care
I this would be several times the fully conducted experiments however
cut down weed but theyare no
to generally
.. rotocycle mower cases '
;..i'U."E ..-;.s. son;. CONSERVATION. competition in his Pensacola Bahia more efficient than the much ,cost of the dry fertilizer. have not justified using

.. SERVICE pasture. Lycian' states that the cheaper dry fertilizers, lSayS'Di. 'I "Highly soluble fertilizers," them on a large scale as the only

thr rotocycle' mower cuts the weedsup George Thornton of the University ,Dr. Thornton says, "are excellent I source'of plant food."

in small 'pieces, which preventthe of Florida College of Agri I

smothering out of the grass. culture. :--
L. R. Roof Observational the grass for see.d. By Geo. T. Huggins Plants can absorb nutrients,
for SCS, whose headquarters County'Agent through their
Agronomist We were sitting on .Everett Mr. Brenson, manager for Na- suchas nitrogen "SCHOOL DAYS"ARE

are in Brooksvllle visited Gainers front porch watching the tional Container, said that anyone Agricultural Extension ServiceMonday leaves, but application of dry fer-

the farms ,of District Cooperators tree removing operation on the interested in gathering seed tilizer to the soil when ,moisture,
A* J Thomas, Sr. and J. B. White. Morning Good conditions adequate will give
and discussing pine cones should come and see two three A are.
main street in Brooker or parts potash.
out seed check boxes in First visit of the week to vac much
He put results and be "ESTERBROOK DAYS"Because
'soil conservation. We him at Union City in Union Coun- common formula for White Dutch satisfactory
the wildlife planting of A. J. ; cinate'hogs was with Wilton Con than using liquid
before start less expensive
talked about wind erosion and the ty they gatheringthe i that was seeded a year or more
Thomas to check the amount and ner. Two pleasing experienceswere fertilizer in the general fertili-
: to prevent loss of from cones. ago would be 0-10-20. Five hun-
ways crops "
quality of seed the Partridge Pea enjoyed there. First was zation o' crops, gardens, and
the wind. Everett stated that dred pounds per acre in Octoberor 1
planting is producing Roof I to treat pigs from a litter of about lawns Dr. Thornton explains. -with an Esterbrook l
!adding organic matter to the soil November is a good application.You 11 1
15 and 13 of them have reachedan
stated that the planting of Sericea "
and trashy 'cultivation were some Seaboard Fights would then plan on another Comparing the difference in Fountain Pen, "students can choose '
of about 12 13 weeks.
Lespedeza on J. R. White's farmis age or
of the best to smaller application about Febru- costs of highly soluble and dry
best he has in ways Improve cropproduction Duroc not be. choice of their '
one of seen may your very own point style. '
this area. and cut down wind Increased ValuesIf breed but good management will ary. fertilizer, the College of Agriculture -
specialist says one pound .of
damage. payoff with any breed. Maybe something new contains s
soluble fertilizer
We were standing In the court the Seaboard Airline Railwayhas The second pleasing experiencewas If you want a good legume for 20-20-20 /
B. one-fifth of of nitrogen, TO SELECT OR REPLACE
A- -Clark, Chairman of Santa a pound i
house the other day discussing its way, Bradford County, to hear Mr. Conner say he your low-lying flatlands pastureyou Look' 1
pasture fertilization when District Fe Soil Conservation District, along with 'Other counties in the wanted to send the wife and children might like to try big. trefoil. while 25 pounds of 5-7-5 fertilizer, HEirS ALL TOO DO '
which costs about the same as
states that large quantities of
Supervisor. R. Ferguson, told state, stand to lose considerabletax some new sweet potatoes., This grows well on your lowest
sweet yellow lupine seed have already one pound or soluble fertilizer,
Gene Long that the ammonium, he revenue... This just makes me say again that land, and especially around edgesof r
been sold and delivered from contains six times as much nitro-
put on his Pangola grass,makes a A news dispatch from Tallahassee we have sure found these Brad- ponds. It is seeded in the fall. holds
the county'and that farmers who The same ratio true Endorsed
lot of difference in the quality. of relates that the SAL has asked ford County people mighty neigh It is a vigorous legume, relatively gen. By
want to plant lupine this fall and for phosphorus and potash, the
grazing. the Florida Supreme Court to set borly. new to Florida, will grow on more
have not bought their seed shoulddo other elements in the fertilizer.Dr. Educator For
aside an increased assessment of According to our folks who keep acid soil and gives a longer graz- 2556
so'before the,local supply is exhausted Thornton calls attention to
J... R. Wainwright, a BradfordSoil its property for taxes. up with supplies and demands of ing period than white clover. It School Use .M.c.-u' 7'
the fertilization of a_ St. Augustine .
Conservation Cooperator, used Seaboard claims the State Rail various products, prices for swineare has been grown successfully over lawn to further illus-
the District's weed chopper to cut road Assessment Board's order expected to be higher this fall the state since about 1945 but has grass
L. R. Starling of Heilbronn trate the difference in costs of '
down corn stalks. J. R. feels that boosting the appraised value of and next spring than they were not been widely grown" In good '
Springs used the District's'seedercultipacker highly soluble and dry fertilizer: .J_
by cutting down the old stalks he its holdings by $5,800,000 was last year. So, as always, you grazing stage, trefoil contains .
to plant 10 acres of The general recommendation I
cuts down on insect troubles. an unconstitutional should do all to all. about 25-28 percent protein, and
adopted by you can save % 1
4-7-5 2668
Pensacola Bahia grass. Lunz remarked application of 30 pounds An Ideal Student Pen
procedure and was "arbitrary, unreasonable your pigs and raise them to market I older growth that would be suit .
while loading the cult fertilizer twice annually and two
Stafford Crews who lives out the'Lake illegal and void." size in the least possible time. able for hay contains about 20
packer that now since the seeddldn.t I applications of two pounds of ammonium With A,Point For
Butler Highway, was talking The assessed value of Seaboard Many young pigs are lost each, percent protein. It is a good
cost as'much as he was go- nitrate per 1,000 square
about pasture mowing when he property in Bradford County has year by being crushed or chilled. legume and can be mixed with uiii'S !
I Every Writing Task.
with other
ing to use at least 20 pounds of feet will provide, along
said know little
"you that patch of You
the avoid
been increased from 1952 can this by taking the grass. !
seed to,the acre. i elements, 3 2-3 pounds of nitrogen.The .
Pangola by the house sure showedup .. in 1555 /
figure of $753,939 to a present sow at farrowing time and fix Farmers Vote recommendationfor ;
SaturdayAll average
after I mowed it. guard rails she will ,
Sitting on the front row of the $896,768. so not have as farmers participating in the the same lawn space (1,000

Jury box at the Cattlemen's meet Taxes on" the Seaboard propertyin good a chance to crush them Agriculture Conservation Programare square feet) is two pounds, which
Cooperator Paul Faulkner, amounted to against the.side.. is
Bradford It
ing'the_other night, C. Letsch,said County a good urged to vote Saturday for In Case of Damage _
whose farm is located on the Con "one acre of improved pasture is $27,861.23 in 1952, and the 1953 plan to creep feed pigs beginningat 1954 Committeemen. Voting will J

ner, Bridge Road used the District's taxes; on this property will amountto two or three weeks age. Pigs
worth ten acres of native range. be done ,at the County Agent's AU Point Styles Are 1550 e
seeder cultipacker to put out 10 $33,249.37, bringing in an additional need a good palatable feed at'this Office in Starke and Pinholster ,Let Us Thoroughly .

acres of Pensacola Bahia with the Soil _and water conservationfarm $5,388.14 to the county age but they will surely give you Store in Brooker, between 8:30: a. Instantly ReplaceableInitantlyRenewable

help of Meed Lewis. Foster Smith plans were prepared for Jes- coffers. more weight at weaning time and m'.and 5:00 p.m. The three candi- .Wash Your Clothes .

has mowed his Pensacola Bahia se Newsome and Guy Edwards., These figures were obtained be ready to go on full feed for dates receiving the highest number :a_

pasture, which will give his cows Jesse's place, is located about 'a i I from Gene Long, county tax as- themselves. of votes will be your com- 9 Pounds '

more grazing room. mile out, the Keystone Highwayand sessor, who said that if the increased Planting Any Clover? mittee for next year. Candidateswho -By You. 1551|

his plan calls for White and assessment on Seaboard I Cattle prices are low and may have been nominated by a For 40c!

Four hundred and fifty pound Crimson clover, oats, Rescue grass property is set aside, it is not not pick up for awhile but good committee are: R. R. Andrews,

bales of hay was made on 6 acres for winter grazing; Argentine and known if the evaluation will revert legume'pasture !is still one of your Leon Conner, Floyd Crosby, N. J. FREE Bleach If Desired! Complete Fountain Pens $2.30nd $2.80

of Argentina Bahia grass by f. B. Pensacola Bahia will be used in to the 1952 figure. In other most profitable practices. I Davis, Ernest Edwards E. L. .

White after J. R. Wainwright cut combination with these winter words, the county doesn't neces- Takes too much writing and Kelly, J. W. Kelley, Albert) Moody,

sarily stand to lose the figure farms vary too much to suggesta James Rosier Marklee Starling. We Will

above. clover program for you. That
quoted This committee represents in
County Clerk Charles Darby, can be done better right on your your requests for your share of Dry Your lothes

UP $ said that, in any event, the recently farm and on land you are planning assistance available under the

t adbpted county budget to put clover on. There are three ACP program and acts as an For 20cIn = s .
would not be affected. He said things that you must do if -- --- "" .
300 you advisory committee in
i TO that, upon advice from the StateComptroller's are planting clover. Assuming i or adjusting tobacco grower establishing allot- New Automatic Driers! Esterbrook Desk Sets From $3.00

K office the 1953 you have selected the
hOtO& proper plant ments. It is in the
your duty In Colors To Match Your Office
1952 for the land .
based type
Bradford budget was on you must LIME interest of a better program for .

,, figures. In preparing the '53 the soil, you must FERTILIZE our county to vote on Saturday, Maroon Green Walnut Gray Black

IIprCONFIDENTIAL budget, the increased evaluationof and you must INOCULATE the
Sept. 19. If one of these men does The \Washeteria
Seaboard property was not seed with the proper material.We
,. not suit you, you have the priv BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHPhone
into account. usually start
taken getting ready to
ilege of entering another name. Temple Ave. Starke
I" II \ Representatives of several other plant after the first of October
29 Starke Fla.
Prompt .- friendly! Service railroads have complained that I abut don't let that date bother if, VOTE SATURDAY! ,

their assessments are out of line;weather conditions are not favor-
I I I I IIII I able.
with those of .other property, but

they haven't raised the questionin Fertilizing any old clover!

STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO. court.* 1 Over'the past few years we have

Bradford, County, the Georgia learned that we need more potashin Still the 'onI8

Phone 160 In Canova Drug, Store Southern and Florida Railroad a clover maintenance program.A .

property assessment was increased legume makes its own nitrogen,

phosphorus tends to accumulateand

\'\ the potash is used up according

to growth and grazing.So .

in giving you something to
"':. ,:::'( think and in the Field !
' 'Y :+J..' ?
"" :" 'k4"r,. ., If \, plan I am suggesting using a
< '
\ .y. 'o'I
I .c '\' ",1.-; 0-1-2 or perhaps a 0-1-3 ratio. I S

That is either no or very low
HH. nitrogen, one part phosphorus and E Ford's 110-h.p. high-compression V-8
0/' J"
., .
'. ." "v ,,' from $71,050 to $104,081, result- .
","," ... ; ',, '.. Y, ." is backed by Ford's experience inbuilding
A.: 0. >> <'" "t". .' w., 'f. '{ ing in an increase of 1201.60 in r ; .
r, 'N. '" ";'F'
:' ""d J"a. ;O< ::: .
'' 5,b;E, -... t E' ; } ';':;!k'l, : ';r".c." ,' :'" <; taxes. The G. S. & F. paid : OU CAN HARDLY'y V-8's than
'> ( ',. ,", more
; is
,.. ; "f< ',,_ >. << $2,590.94 in taxes in 1952 and ?
t\ ,Y"": ''-" ,:* "' I
"; :" ,;
} rr/ff
"' to in 1953 i
.Zf'4. ; -.- : ... 1:; '''. : ", expected pay $3,795.54 HEAR -* makers combined
.,' I': [fR ": ."<"'16; ,. all
( f v" "' '<,ji'"v.. ',, taxes. / ""
"" 4ffic -j2 -*
'1'\;;' '
l { ;. '
: "
.I< : ,.:}rt';."''' \"' *" .'::1ihfl ;tr.1Jt ] .,. ,;; < The property total value in Bradford of state County assessed -, tf=5- (over 13 million/// of them)

which includes Western Union,

a I ( Pullman Co., Fruit Growers Express -

and the railroads, now
,t + i is iii .R a n
-, stands at $1.032,292 as comparedwith r #te

the 1952 total of $864,355
out come big,full-size cubes! Fit .
ANY electric refrigerator, even 1952 taxes on this property

d old models! Limited offer..* amounted to $31,901.54, and the

1' ',I'",.,' ., just 59c with couponl 1953 taxes, barring any change, r.'y

T I Iuuu will stand at 3820555. ,

= There were slight decreases >

FREE Io. from the 1952 figure in the assessed H H !

value of properties owned AY

:7i 4' ,'.: OF EXTRA COST by Fruit Western Growers Union Express, Pullman in Brad and l '\ ,

WITH THE PURCHASE OP ANY I ford County. Except in the case Iy I

Refrigerator. of Western Union, which converted sail

to an agency basis here. The_ \\\'S

with Dairy Bar reason fy these decreases w snot .

"S. known by the county tax as
L This'5700VaIue43 Automatic Power Pilot
'_. '_ sessor. The decreases in the as- ,

sessed evaluation of the above gives GO gallon -
NATIONAL SILVER CO. propererties resulted in $288.73 more per \ .

!I '! SILVERPLATESER'VICE/ less tax revenue for Bradford .
.. County.
i iy

r. Mw .. ester- Ford Crcsimark Bodies OTHER Y medium-priced cars-are
still trying to design a V-8 engine.Yet .

---- brook purse-size fountain pens In Ford has been offering a V-8 in

the low-price field for over twenty
:: pastel shades. Only $2.37, at Brad-
CM-WIDE ONC-PIECE, a ONEPIECECURVED/ / years! This year's V-8 offers the same

'Model 736 and off FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. REAR WINDOW type of power to which more and
more of America's car makers are

Magnificent silverplate service for eight by NOTICE 10 .PPE.RI -- swinging! It's savingful power, too.
National Silver Company in famous "Rosa rirralt Court nndt.rdFlorida CO..lh .--------S

New "1953 and Leaf pattern...FREE OF EXTRA i IB CtMBceir-
PHILCO John Camacho. Plaintiff vs. Gladys -N Ford's hicoin p ressian Six and
COST with the purchase of a new Phflco Camacho,
Dairy Bar Refrigerator Defendant.Case Xo. 10-013 -- V-8 are just two of Ford's 41 "Worth
------ Xctire T_ Appear "" '>. More" features which make Ford

Dairy Bar RefrigeratorCited r-I PHILCO "; ;--l: I dence To: Gladys and address Camacho Is;, whose 19$ Floyd resi- r m.y ,., worth more when you buy it, worth

I Street, Brooklyn New York. more when you sell it. There Ford'aCrestmark
for iU contribution to Dairy Foods storage' I You are hereby notified that a Bodies Full-Circle Visibility -
by the American Dairy Aaaoeiation..only I ICE CUBE TRAY COUPON suit for
Phflco Refrigerators give you the e4ward-winning I 1 Divorce, custody and control of and new Wonder Ride that

Dairy Bar with famous Cheese Keeper, Butter. I I has minor been child filed against you in the ..iT. fOAM IwaaEt CUSHIONS' fifty Yens Forward W-.7'/" reduces front end road shock .up to

Keeper and shelves for quart milk bottles! NAME.ADDUSS. I above named Court and cause and M Uw Anencai Road 80%!.See, Value Check the '53 Ford.
I you are required to serve a copy of
I !I your answer or pleading to the
AS complaint on, the PlaintiffsAttorney '

LOW 95 EASY I .I Starke. Florida T. Frank Landrum. : White, tiifavaM illuiiroted Km.optKMral to-toM o* Vcolon TEST DRIVE IT AT
,, I s.ciaI' o*.rf No maS or pk>M onfcn.C. .
and .
file the original in the office of itro cad. Ejvip'"' ocuuarwt FORDV 8
AS TERMS I .... sold 10 cIIUree. I, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on and tro Mibtwt to cluing* YOUR FORD DEALER'S s
or, before. the
J_________________ 23 day of September, UJJ;

C. H. NASWORTHY GENERAL SUPPLIES otherwise Complaint nce weeks graph.This by each you.In notice the week the will Bedford shall)allegations for e taken tour h County,-consecutive as published confessed of Tele-a42 Andrews MotorMADISON Co. I

232 E. CALL STREET PHONE 19S-J Dated this U day -\UgUst.-un.. S
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroy i'

STARKE, FLA. By Marian Clerk L Crosby of the, Circuit Deputy Court Clerk., & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLORIDA'F : !

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and we are so proud of Rev. Mrs. ,

Charlotte 'Dillon, pastor of the $20 Navy Check Divorcehas been filed 1953. I
against yon in the assessment! of said
(OFFICIAL SEAL property court house door on the first Mon
4[ local above named Court ) Charles A. Darby under
Methodist and the
Church. She cause and, said certificate
says issued day in the
you are required Clerkof the Circuit Court. month of October, 1953.;;
prayer is her source of help. She For aritere your answer or pleading to serve to a the copy com-of By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. was in the name of C. C. Freet. which is the 5 day of October 1953.

says, "Read your Bible and pray. plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney :IIi 4t S/25 Unless said certificate shall be 1953.Dated this 2 day of September,

, Nothing is impossible." check for has Smith Austin, Building Gibson ,& Austin .00 NOTICE-TO APPEAR redeemed according to law, the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
A $200 been pre- Jacksonville property described
.. IB Circuit therein will be
Florida Court Bradford Ce..ty, Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
, I have been reading my Bible sented the combined Florida IB sold to the highest bidder at the
' commands Caaaeery. ,
F y by and file the original' In the office of Milburn County Florida 9/4 4t ,,%5
I,' ,.' more diligently. I read certain of the Florida Reserve Fleet and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ard Hoag.Hoag Defendant., Plaintiff, vs. Rich-

; passages aloud every day. I havea the U. S. Naval Station Green or 1953 before: otherwise the 5 the day of October, Case No. 10-037 I

" PONCA, NEBR.Wherein schedule to go by, and I plan to Cove Springs to the Starke Cham- said Complaint will be allegations taken as con-of Notice To To Appear. C. A.
Richard FUTCH
fessed Hoag, whose resi- REALTOR
the read a whole book at, one sitting ber of Commercee.. you. dence and
golden summer stop to think. Are we as happyood This notice shall! be published address is: 690S George
days dip happily by, I can f I and kind to each other as .we once a week. One grows in grace The check is in acknowledgmentof once each week for four consecutive Maryland.Palmer Highway", Seat Pleasant Oldest Real Estate Agency in

' and freeze vegetables. I say goodbye should be? Do you say things by study and prayer. the assistance rendered by the graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele- You are hereby notified hat a CONTINUOUS Bradford County

to the little wren.I you do not mean that break the HELPFUL HINTS: Soaking people of Starke in making the Dated this 1 day of September, suit Divorce for SINCE 1925
custody and
1953. control
heart and cause so many tears clothes too long distributes the .recent Navy Charity Carnival a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby minor child Member Local State & National Real Estate
I cannol
must grope slowly, t God help you, is my earnest prayer dirt through them. If you must success. t Clerk of the Circuit Court has above been named filed against you In the Organizations
for the fog By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk cause and
; see to,be more loving to each other soak, be sure the water is cold. Navy officials expressed their :9/4 4t 9/25 you are required to serve a copy of
k And tear lakes lie in each trial while you are together. It is onlya To clean comb and brush easily, gratitude for the assistance rendered your complaint answer on or pleading the to the Solicits Listings of All Types) of Property, Assuring

f, shadowed; vale; few more years, and then one of soak them in warm soap suds and requested that t i e. moneybe NOTICE TO APPEAR Attorney Evan T. Evans Plaintiff 103 Personal Service and Straightforward Dealings.
IB Circuit
My plans are feeble I would, but transmitted to the headquartersof Court Bradford County Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville I
for ten minutes la
' you will be left alone. Grief is rinse. Wear a Florida Chaucer Florida OFFICE: EAST CALL
. cross the bog to doors the dark when Starke's combined charity fund. Normal Daphine Richendollar. Plain and file the I STREET
so near our on high- apron crocheting. This original in the office of JUST
: To find that emerald plain and tiff, vs. George Norman Richen- the Clerk of the Circuit Court ACROSS FROM CITY LIGHT PLANTLOCAL
will make on
: ways nowadays. Your call may a good background on dollar, Defendant. or before the
cloud-swept dale come next I hear it every day, which to follow the pattern of ,Case No. 10-031 5 day of October. 1953;
have and left the month of October. 1953. whichIs Notlee To Appear.To otherwise the ...
Where you gone allegations of said
I see it. Now is the time to live your work. To remove printingon the 5 day of October 195S. : George' Norman Richendollar, Complaint will be taken as confessed -
, no sign. each day as if it was your last on flour sacks boil sacks in a Dated this 2 day of September whose,present address is: Unknown, by you. .
lengthen and 1lose : 19 53. and whose last residence and address This notice shall
The path oe publishedonce
earth. Be kind, be truthful, work mixture of two quarts of soapsudsand (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby was: 2996 Northwest 92nd each week for four consecutive
: the way hard, and believe in Jesus and a tablespoon of kerosene. It Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Street. Miami, Florida weeks in the Bradford County Tolerraph. MOVING
(. And chill with fear weak without bleaches the sack County, Florida. "''on are hereby notified that a .
God .our Father. See if each 9U 9/25 suit for Dated this 3 day of September,
your hand in mine; Divorce custody and control of 1953.
morning you do not.feel better These -
1. But lone and chastened, I will are such happy days for minor children (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj Safe
'I and think, Well I made It through me. No funerals for about 10 Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAnIB : County, has been filed against you In the Clerk of the Circuit Court OR PHONE
come along; another day and night. Now, I days now and I have made sauer= Florida IB CfcaaeerF. above named Court and cause and By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Dependable
For somewhere in the pain-whirled you are required to serve a of 9j4 4t :9/25 LONGDISTANCE
Peter J. Bender Plaintiff, vs. Helen
will have today to be happy in. kraut made your answer 311
mist each day canned beans, sweet Anna Bender, Defendant.Case. or pleading to the EconomicalR.
"" In our town is a wonderful pickles and have just sewed and No. 10-025 complaint on the Plalitlffs NOTICE APPLICATION
I hear your laughter and yourBOng. Attorney Williams & Futch, FOR TVY DEEDS
mother of six children. She has Notice. To Appears B. Alvarez OR
cleaned and waxed. The days are To: Helen Anna Bender, whose P. O. Box' 421 Starke. Florida ( .ate Bill No. 163)
I been a widow for at least 18 years. so nice and cool. The nights are i residence and address is: 1101 W. and file the original in the office of Notice Is Hereby Given, That Louis Agents For TRANSFER AND

-Jewel Maret'Jenkins.. She has reared her children, sent cool, too, and wonderful for sleep- 2nd. Wilmington are hereby. notified, Delaware.You that. a the or before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on holder P. Hebard of Tax and Francis Certificate D. Hebard No. 31,, Deleher Bros. I STORAGE CO. 250-J

The above poem is ''N ewWidow" them all college, and her youngest i ing. I awake every morning feel- suit for 5 day of October, 1953; 'Issued the 31 day of May A.D.. 1951.
mlnL ter. God bless Divorce otherwise the allegations of said I has filed same in my office and has
son is a and
ing so good happy. What a
As I read the poem has been filed against you in the Complaint will be taken as confessed I made application for a tax deed to
. tears came to my eyes also. I her, she Is now a Methodist minis- wonderful world. My garden is above named Court and cause .and by you. I be issued thereon. Said certificate STORAGEPenyman
ter, too. Her husband was a really producing vegetables. So you are required to serve a copy of This notice shall ba published.mbraces the following described
". have seen so much erief.. and the your answer or pleading to the once each week for four consecutive property in the County of Bradford.
words sUUring in my -ears ... minister and ,passed away when much corn, I froze and canned and complaint on the plaintiffs weeks in'the Bradford County Tele-. :State of Florida, to-wit: I
Attorney William D. Morgan, graph. SEtf ot NW4 of SE Bldg. S. Court St. Starke
% Sec. Florida
the children were small, during, gave my neighbors. Tomatoes 25. ,
"If I had only known" ... "Daddy 507 Clark Building, Jackson- Dated this 1 day of September, T.5 S.R. 22 E. 10 acres ,
why did you have to leave us? I the last depression. She was lefta now are at their best My little ville, Florida -
and file the original In the office of
his last left I
need you so" ... "How can I go small amount of insurance. In wren sang song' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
When read this it will be before the ,
you or
on dear, without you?" Those, order ,to make a living she did September. This has been a won- 5 day of October. 1953;

are :the things I hear and see house-to-house selling. When her here. in the otherwise the allegations of said
derful summer Out Jomplalnt will be taken as confessed '

tears, tears, of 'grIef. We. who children grew 'up she studied for country they had some hail, but by you.
This notice shall be publishedonce
are so .near at any moment to the ministry. She was chosen only in some places. 64.cn-week for four consecutive

being one of j-hose grieving, should Nebraska "Mother of the Year", Here is a part of a poem "To- weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph 5 .

morrow" by Helen Meintel; Dater this 1 day of September Get In The Act
1953.;; !

"Look forward then to what the t OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby .
Clerk of the Circuit Court
future brings Ey Marian.L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. ,
SAVE with Altho today your heart may be 9U 9/25 -
c filled with pain; .
At dawning will hear a bird
you IB Circuit Court Bradford County,

Insurance that singsCourageously Florida IB Chancery. :
;I Mutual with hope in Joseph Concetta Barranca Barranca., Defendant Plaintiff, vs. .- 4 :Jfi. ...: = ,

his refrain. Case No. 10-014 ter-:: + .
Notice T. Appear. -
CONNER BROS. STARKE'S ONLY If he can sing lifting heart To: and Joseph address Barranca is: 224 whose Clinton residence St.i- ( ; \ ( t
MUTUAL AGENCY above. I Brooklyn, New York. -z \,
You are hereby notified that .a
Then surely you and I can' suit for I

build our trust Divorce, custody and support of I

Shop Before Buying .. Compare These Savings From shattered dreams, from minor been filed childlas' against you in the t IL'

disillusioned love, above named Court and cause and
And learn from faith to rise you are required to serve a copy of
CLASS I your answer or pleading to the com- ,
above the dust. plaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.
Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla. ,
Public Liability only $$29.50 God is in heaven all's right and file the original in the officeof
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
with the world." or before the 28 day of Sept., 1953; "
otherwise the allegations of said "
Driver's License Can Revoked Are God bless you all .
Be If Your InvolvedIn Complaint will be taken as con- 'f
LOVE.LURA fessed by you. ; 'f
Accident Without Liability This notice shall be published .
once each week for four consecutive 5 % '
to. ,
,weeks in the Bradford County Tele- v
-SAVE: 20% on All Dwellings and Contents FOR TAX DEED this 26 day of August. 1953. -' .
t (Senate Bill No. 163) (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby A
_ SAVE. 15% on All Business Property Notice is hereby given That T. J. Clerk of the Circuit Court : ": 1.
Alderman holder of City Tax Certi- By Marian I... Crosby, Deputy Clerk. ', ,.--,,' F : :
SAVE 10-20% on All"Cars, & Trucks ficate No. 8, Issued the 4 day of 8/2S 4t 9/18 \ ;
June. A.D.. 1949, has filed same in 1 i,;'
SAVE ,30% on Garage & Service Station Liability my office and has made applicationfor ,
a tax deed, to be Issued thereon. NOTICE TO APPEAR ", .tcJ
Said certificate embraces the following I. Circuit Court Bradford Conatr, '
In, the Florida IB Chancery. ; >
: described property .
Bradford State of Florida Akiva Pronman, Plaintiff vs. MirIam i**' _
County of Last
f Conner Bros Insurance Agency to-wit Lots: 2-7-9 of Blk. 1 of Sunny Pronman, Defendant.. Case No. 10-015 weekend 940 readers bought :tV,,_ _.
Notice To
Sub-Division, Section 21, Appear.To
Acres .
: Miriam Pronman, whose residence et;
DOYLE CONNER =.- LUCIAN CONNER Township 6 South flange 22 and address is-c/o Mr. Jack
East. Friedman, 1323 44th Street Brooklyn -

Representing some of America's Highest Rated Companies erty The under assessment the said of the certificate said prop-issued You, New are Yerk.hereby notified that a of the

1& As Rated by Alfred.M. Best, America's Leading nassa.was in the name of H. A. Ma- suit against for you Divorce in the has above been named filed ,. copies Telegraph on News-

Insurance Authority Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Court and cause and yeu are reuired .M.. -
according to law. the prop- to serve a copy of your answer hY'< ', ,
PHONE 285 erty described therein will be sold to or pleading to the complainton ,.. '
the highest bidder at the court the Plaintiffs Attorney, '
house door en the first Monday in T. Frank Landrum. Starke *
Florida, and file the original In the : stands alone this in addition ,
office of the Clerk of the Circuit .
Court; on or before the 23 day of September
1953; : otherwise the allegations -
: of said Complaint, will betaken
fri Chef as confessed by you.
Magic Range This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecutive to distributed
graph.weeks In the Bradford County* Tel S copies to regular

Dated this 26 day of August 1953.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby -- ,
:go0' Clerk of the Ci-ftilt Court
"" -" '1"' "' Ey Marian L. Crosby., Deputy Clerk. .

.- / sin 4t 9/lJ subscribers by mail total distribution

Exclusive Features ,!-{ = .t r'. NOTICE TO APPEAR: II I .
; .
Circuit Court, Bradford Tonaty
}. Florida IB .
Harrington, also known as
Exclusive! Two top burners and '- : _- Ruby Harrington Hamilton, 'Plaintiff -
all in 'unit. Catches vs. John Ward Hamilton, De- 'JY '
drip tray one fendant. 2,400.copies. '.;-

spillovers lifts like a feather, Case No. 10-01C :
washes like a pl te. Burners are ,Notice To Appear.To "" ,
John +
: Ward Hamilton, whose ,<
non-clog, simmer-set. Instant, residence and address is: Unknown.You .

automatic I top lighting.SUING suit for are hereby notified that a ,

OL'T BROILER 0 0 '3 I Annulmenthas been filed against you In the .:.; You owe it to yourself
above named Court and and
Exclusive! Open the door and the cause
you a-e required'to serve a copy of "
broiler swings out, ready for use. your answer or pleading to the to "
', ; in the
get act
complaint on the PlaIntiff's -- ,,' -- ,
Convenient smokeless. Fun to :
/ Attorney Joseph K. Skipper, 211 .. .
sizzling;, savory steaks. Graham Building Jacksonville, ,', .. ,f!: *s :. S ; -
Florida .. .. by telling the
;E ,. .. Telegraph'saudience
GUARANTEEDEach and file the original In the office of "", (I: -.- -
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
range Is guaranteed for one or before the"i 4a :'.l' of almost 10,000

year against defects in workmanship 23 day of September 1953: : tr
otherwise the allegations at said < ';
or material. Burners are *
Complaint will be taken as confessed ; readers about your business
guaranteed for life. by you. .
t This notice shall ..e publishedonce : t'.edeh

a 1 weeks each In the week E'radford for four County consecutive Tele- ;: d .. week let us help you

Dated this 27 day of August, 1953. Y + '-!' .

graph.OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,tC ::- <" .z plan your advertising program
Clerk of the Circuit Court ..,. ft', .. -, -
Priced As Low As 'e -
By Marian L. Crosby, D f>uty Clerk
8/23 4t 918lOTICE .

Notice(Senate is hereby Bill given:Ao. ,163)that T. J. As Near You As Your Favorite Newstand ____ .
Plus Alderman holder of City Tax Certificate -
$235 No. 1, issued the 3 day of June,
Your A.D., 1950.>has filed same in my office -
Old and has made application for a The Telegraph is now on Sale at
tax deed to be issued thereon. Said I .
Range certificate embraces the following
described property in the County of
Eradford, state of Florida. to-wit:
NO MONEY DOWN W 90 ft of N 185 ft of EH of NWl,
of SE 4 of ?\E%, Ex W 40 ft of
USE YOUR OLD RANGE Misc.i Starke South Range Section 22%8.East Township In STARKE" In KEYSTONE HEIGHTS In BROOKERWALKER'S "

The assessment of the said prop-
TUNE IN ON WRUF erty under the said certificate issued 4
was In the name of Eugene Hunter. KOCH'S STATION EARL GREEN'SDAHMEWS
FOR Installed Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
according to law, the prop- HARVEY'S DRUGS STOREcANOrA's
erty described therein will be sold
a SONS OF THEPIONEERS to the highest bidder at the court >
LONG TERMS TO PAY I house door on the first Monday in ". In
the month of October, 1953. which In LAKE BUTLER __ HEILBRQNN
Payments As Low As $9.99 Per Month is Dated the 5 day of October. 1953. )IITCHELLS' -
this 2 day of September, .


Daily 12:30.12(5( 1 CYLINDER GAS FREE !' I Clerk.for County of Circuit Florida.Court of Brad- WEST END GRO. >:t-? '. 'STORE-

,14 I .4t 9/2i .'" ','.r.

In Circuit Court Bradford County In LAWTEY

CENTRAL FLA. GAS & I Dolores Anthony Florida i Vitani la M. Ckanecrr.Vitani., Defendant.Plaintiff vs. 11ICK'e *Based on estimate

APPLIANCE CO. t'T. Appear; Case No., 10-014- EDWARDS CROC. SHUFORDS STATION ef four readers to

Dolores Vitani. whose residence l S each paper.
PHONE 301 and address is: lioo Senaca
STAR KE. FLA. Avenue, Bronx. New York
Your are hereby notified that '
snit for .


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.YTYYY. for months, and hopesto R. H. Greens, entertained a -- "
.T. TTYYTTTTTYI seas eight groupof At The Tabernacle_ -
her -- -- -- -- ---- -- --
I be home for Xmas. We hopeso friends with a weiner roast

BROOKERGrace too Reed! last, Saturday night. About 25 Seven services are held each WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF

Joyce Castleton and children were present and they had a week at the Tabernacle. The public Feed Western & Native Meats Frozen
-JCHURCHES plan to leave Thursday for their grand time playing out-of-door is invited to any or all of them. ,
G. Bigham home in Owensboro, Ky. They games. Foods and Fresh Produce
AA A A A u.aa have been visiting her parents, Mr. and'Mrs. R. C. Groover planto Mr. and Mrs. M: F. Wiggins had
the C. L. Atkinsons, for the past leave Thursday for an indefinite as their dinner guest last Thurs-
Mrs. James W. Thomas has returned visit with their in day Mathews.
few weeks. son and family Congressman' Billy
Methodist Church HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH to her home from a visit Miami."Uncle'. Last, Tuesday they had county
with relatives in Miami last week. Mrs. Lottie Edwards and son and Save
THEEESSA Wednesday Tom" Stewart informsus agent, George Huggins, as their

Services for Sunday, Sept. 20 Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preaching Evelyn motored. down with her Harry plan to leave by train, Utah that he has not moved to Little luncheon guest. >
for Salt Lake City
Church School 9:45 a.m. MornIng ( Service 11 a. cn.: ; Training parents. Rev. and Mrs. Crosby of and sister Marie Santa Fe, he is Just vacationing. i Mrs. Madeline Andrews and ,son .
Worship 11 a.m. Sermon Union 7 p. m.; Evening Service Linden and tells us they had a and to visit family.he daughter Bill Millers. Harry Sorry, "Uncle Tom", seems as if .1 Rudy, of Gainesville and Mrs. M. At Your Friend l
topic "Jesus, the Master Teacher". 8 p. m. wonderful time. More news of the is we were misinformed. Glad to F. Wiggins spent several days recently ySuwailnee
is Pvt. in Army
Evening service 8 p.msubject this family is-Stanley, Evelyn's I who a know that Brooker is still home to I visiting friends and relatives -
"A church earnestly contendingfor priorto
home on a 30 day furlough
brother, will be her house guest in Clearwater and vicinity.
"The Keys of the KIngdom" the Faith which was once delivered reporting for overseas duty. 1 I I
for the next two weeks, while he
termediate MYF 6:45: p.m.; Senior ,unto the SaInts.Jude Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson hadas
is working in nearby BelL
MYF 7 p.m. 3. A welcome awaits you. their guests last Saturday afternoon -
All children 6-12 are Invited to We had a very nice note from Mr.
-Merle Packman, pastor. our former residents
the Children's conducted our former resident, E. W. Hodge.fr ,
Houf Raiford,
and }Mrs. E. C. Long, of FREE HOME TRIAL
at this week. He and Yvonne
every Wednesday afternoon CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST I[and daughter Betty (Mrs. M.
(formerly Brookins, of
3:1: $ LATTER DAY SAINTS I Hampton :Edwards) and children of Starke.
are now residing at 1626
Services each in old Masonic Friends of the O. W. Barry family -
Ave., Nashville, Tenn. His sister, I ( NO STRINGS ATTACHEDTijaWesffnghouse1OST
Presbyterian ChurchJunior Hall on E. Call St. Sundayice will be sorry to hear that Mrs. )
Lavonia, is
with them and is attending .
6:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Barry is still confined,to her bed
I 401
East Nashville
Choir Friday last
practice School 10 a. m., Sacrament! Serv- I following heart attack PHONE
3:30 p. m.Sunday. Sunday luncheon guests of the I Thursday morning, as is Mr. Bar- E. CALL Sto
School 9:45: a. m. Morning Junior Bighams were Mr. and' I ry. Calling on the two over the re
worship 11 a. m.; sermon.topic, FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. L. I* Hardee, of Jax. I weekend were Mrs. C. C. Dees, of ST. 345

"The Christian and Discourage LAWTEY, FLA. Howard Wait flew to St. Louis, Haines City, Mrs. J. R. Crews,
ment", Mo. Monday on a business trip. He and Mr. and Mrs. Tompkins of .m CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager
Youth Fellowships 7 p. m., for Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching expects to return to Brooker on Jacksonville. Daughter Jo Ella

all young people 12 and above. 11 a. m. A 7:30 p. m. Midweek Wednesday.Mr. (Mrs. J. E. Hardy) is over from 100% Aitmotic Defrosting Refrlgerafor-Frrnsr DELIVERY SERVICE *
Evening service 8 p. m.; sermon I service Wednesday 7:30: p. m. and Mrs. A. A. Teuton and Starke staying with them at thistime.

topic, "The Healing of the Soul".! A. R Massey, pa.stor.PE.'TPfECOSTAL son of Martin, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. The two certainly have our In kitchen We reserve the right to limit quantity
The Women of the Church will Allen Fielder and daughter of and we wish them a your atomexpense
meet at the church Tuesday. Sept. HOLINESS Ocala were Friday visitors at the speedy recovery. PRICES GOOD THUR., FRI., SAT., SEPT. 17, 18, 19

22, at 8 p, m. CHURCH Atkinson home. Saturday guests Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry hadas
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Sunday School 10 a.nc were. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Parrishof their weekend guests Mr. and OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY
night'with Bible study on Numbers Morning Service: 11 a.m. Auburndale. Mrs. Edward Conerly and Mr. and i .
1418. Adult Choir practice Evening Service 7:30: p.m. ? / I. , ,
Dean Lewis tells us she had a Mrs. J. W. Conerly of Leesburg.
8 p. m.Christian. Prayer Meetings Wednesday wonderful surprise recently. On The Russell Green family spent Jim Dandy f Ib bag

night 7:45: p.m. Saturday nigh, the 3rd of this month, husband, Sunday in Jacksonville visiting "- GRITS 39C

Church Cpl. Reed E. Lewis phoned from friends and relatives. i I T
'VYYYYYVVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Chitose, Japan. He has been over-I Beverly Green, daughter of the
Services the First Christian

Church this at Sunday 11 a.m. and HEILBRONN' (" '... Any Brand cans
MILK 3 39C
7:30 pm.. Sunday School 9:45: e.w

a.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday\
7:30.p.m. Paul Herndon of Palatka by Marian Norman FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke

will occupy the pulpit All members -' JI
are requested to be presentat ctnof
I Church Officers Elected COCA COLA 619
the Sunday morning services as
a permanent minister will be! Wednesday night, after Prayer I , '" I i-1 Plus I Dep.
selected. Meeting, a regular business meet-

ing of the Bayless Highway Churchwas REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Blue Streak Ibs
held, and the following of- RICE 3 45C
St. Mark's Episcopal ficers elected for the coming year: Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town
Rev. Raymond E. MacBlaia Clerk Harvey McCarthy; Treas..
I Harold Alvarez\. Sunday School Phones Office 234 -Pastorium 130

Schedule of Services I Supt., Bill Green; Training Union MODEL DFE-I.( flat packages
SUNDAYS I Director, Ossie Norman; Choir SALT 3 I 1C

9:45 a.m.,- Church School. 11"m. I Leader Pianist, Barbara Russell Jean Redding Norman.; and Sunday Sermons: 11:09 A.M. 7:30 P.M. ...0'co.". .,i"',.IKfrlcf
., Sermon If YOU DEdOf TO BUY
Morning Prayer $ ;
The time for evening serviceswas Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M.
6:30 p.m., Young People's Service Convince Yourself! 'oymnti.Iow. WALDORF
moved up half an hour.Training -
League. Union at 6:30: and preachingat Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. 1313 A WEEK rolls

HOLY COMMUNION 7:30 p. m.Sympathy End Messy ............. TOILET TISSUE 3 2SC

1st. Sunday 11 a.m.' 3rd. Sun- is extended to the Defrosting/ Forever/ Jter_,...
day 7:30 bereaved families of Levy Sweat .
a.nvFRIDAY and Jeff Johns, who were laid to l Here Is All You Dol I Other Frt-Fr" MoMfi
rest this week Help Us Fill The Shoes Of l"w M $29 'week Sfocfon for
7:30 Litany & Meditation. SELECT
p.m. : Leroy Norman is much improved a Westinghouse CATSUP 2 29C
8 Rehearsal. Frost-Free and tell where
,1 p.m. Choir but still unable to be out. A Goal In Sunday School us
and when to deliver it.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith and = For 200!
V Church of God daughter"of Jacksonville and Mrs. USE IT for 10 days 11N Ppll
Kathryn Sponholtz spent last week enjoy the extra space the g' os.uaau ouI r 1'*f
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng convenience,the freedom # rro r00TIAUT-v r
with the G. L.-Sapps.
Worship 11 a.m. Evening i R. L. Morgan of Starke, and __ __i HAMPTONFirst from defrosting. UPTO WEEKl1 BLEACH 21C
Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service three brothers Dean, Mallory, and TELL US after 10 days /
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet- Lpnnie Morgan of White' Springs, -- Baptist Church how you wish to arrange

Ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday. .visited their uncle, T. JI. Morgan, -- Bob Gray, Pastor payment, or-if you're not f Rf 11t
Lawtejr in Tampa Sunday. 100% satisfied-ll8k us to yf E AS Yl 4V //bean
Room lor Growth remove it.There's no charge! CRISCO 3 Order69C
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Mrs. Sadie Lacey of St. Peters- B.T.U. 7:00 P.M.
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo burg was a recent guest of the R. With Groc.

ing Saturday 7:30 p.m. L. Morgans.Mrs. you CAN BE SURE..iFns\\' stingllOUSeSISTRUNK $5 or more
Mamie Clark spent last A Message You'll Not Want To Miss; Sunday, 8 P.M.:
St. Edward's Church week In Jacksonville with rela The BUY of the WEEK !
tives. SEED & SEED CO.
liThe Mule Of A Fool! -
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. :. Fred Johnson spent Sunday here
Weekday Mass ;:30 a.m. with his brother-in-law and sister, .1 GDairy69C/
Children's .Class Saturday 11 I the Ancel Normans. ICE CREAM /2 :/J
&A m. --- ----

Keystone Heights
(Women's Hub)
Sunday Mass 8 a. m.

/, Church Confessions Corner 10th of before Christ anddlahua all }Masses. DRIVE !, PRICE! IT !, MEAT SPECIALSLOOK

! Preaching-11 A. M. and. 7:3i SAVE !

P.M. Southern Maid Country Smoked Pure
Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud
7:30 P.,M. OLEO Pork
each Wednesday

Bible SChool-10 A. M. With Groc. Order of $5 SAUSAGEc
Then Compare The Deal .
.. SEVENTH DAY or More
I Services each Sabbath In old ty! S9C
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath

School 2 p.m. Preaching ti t- --

each second and fourth. Sabbaths -..-. L M

'3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. ---'"
Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m.
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: Getting Married? Well Don't Forget a is notation not to in the the on effect communicable the that blood the test disease stage.report -!/ !Headquarters Co. Plans Cage TeamFour I as bad as some S folks-S U around here. j Funeral Monday ]Negro Woman

There's A Little Matter 013-Day WaitThis Other odd and interesting facts I sented On Sam's him with birthday a Alice ;.i For Levy SweatLevy Drives Into Pole,
genuine 10galIon
regarding marriage license from members Hq & Hq Co.,| New members in the unit are j Damages LinesTwo

isn't the season for it, but "They seem to forget the most .Judge Yawn are: 2nd Bn, 124th Inf. have recently I Sgt. Connie II. Clark and Pvt. should Stetson cowboy hat, and it .iI
I G. make him look like a pros- Sweat, 73 of Heilbronn i|
County Judge T. A. Yawn, relaxing -,important part the legal aspect A license more than 30 days graduated from various Army Edgar Akridge. cattle automobile accidents, resulting
I perous rancher. Trouble is
in his office service schools.Lt. The, company has four members Springs, died in a Gainesville in $500
briefly one of the marriage, Yawn said. old before being used is invalid. instead he looks like damage were reported -
'. afternoon this week 'had a few "Some of them think the three- Application for the marriage I Randal F. Chitty completed I I enrolled at the University of ;month cowhand a $30 a hospital Saturday, after an illnessof by City Policeman E. L.
,V words of Advice for about-to-be-. lay waiting period is for purposesof license must be made in thecoun-, the Associate Infantry Officers : Florida this fall: SFC Billy Dansby, he is, he looks ,more as like skinny a bean-as a few weeks. McKnight Wednesday morning.
Course at Ft. Benning, Ga. on Sgt. Connie M. Clark, Sgt. Joe N. The first accident
married couples. involving a
of residence of the bride-to-be.
the blood test, and they think ty pole than ever. Funeral services were held Monday -
This probably isn't'prevalent, that if'they already have the results The written consent of parents August 26. Sgt. Joseph N. Warren Warren, and Pfc James F. Wil- S .S U tudor Mercury, driven by JohnnyW.
at the Union Church with the
:-, enough to warrant a story in the of their blood test, the licensecan or guardians is required for applicants graduated from the Infantry liams. Norse of Jacksonville, and a

newspaper," the judge said, "!>ut be issued immediately," the under the age of 21. Radio Maintenance Court at Ft. "We will be taking ROTC," said The hairy indigo in the front Reverands Moody and Rawls offi- truck loaded with watermelons,

-it has happened and I'd like to judge continued. He went on to No license can be issued to a Benning on Sept. 10. Cpl. J., Earl Dansby and Clark, "but we. will retain sedge grass field which we planted ciating. Interment was in Dyal driven by Curtis Turner of Edge-

try to save people somt. trouble say that this was not the case; I male under 18 or a female under Norman completed the Personnel our membership in the Guard. to, give the cows some good Cemetery, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral field, S. C.. occurred on U, S. 301* ,
]Management .Specialist Course We have too much to gain nourishment grazing has withstood south of Starke.
'and embarassment in the future. that even if the results of the. 16, even with. parents' or guar- atFt. by Home in of The driver of
; Then, shaking hI! head ruefully, blood test were already in' handat dian's consent.- except when the Benjamin Harrison, Ind. on, staying in the Guard." the rain fairly well. It was arrangements the Mercury was forced to stop

I I the young judge told of how some the time application for the marriage is necessary, and then Sept. 13. And Pfc Joe E. Tomlinson Lt Chitty, in charge of recruit damaged, but it is still living and : suddenly when a car in front of

few persons,' preparing for the license ,is made, the three-day it is up to the judge's discretion. graduated from the Clerk- ing, states that membership in the I now it is trying to go to seed. We Active pallbearers were Freeman him did likewise. The truck plowed .

big wedding day, made ,all neces- waiting period must still be ob Judge Yawn estimates that 45 to Typist Court at the Training Division unit has become very steady "We' will plant rye there for winter Rhoden. Norman Dowdy, Rod into the rear of the Mercury.

sary arrangements, including flow- served. 50 licenses have been issued by Ft. Jackson, 'S. C. on are keeping most of the men who. grazing.At man Underhill, Roy demons, causing about $75 damage to the

: ers, trousseau and engagement of his office during the year. A ug. 28.Recent. ? enlist now for a longer period of passenger car. The truck was
Yawn suggested that it was a Wesley Crews and Freeman
the minister and the church.' promotions in the company -I time than ever before.." Iost of last we bought a bag of I undamaged. No charges were
idea to have blood samples "We did our biggest business
Then as .a sort of afterthought, good were Carl L. Crosby, A. Q. 'the sections are about 90 per cent steamed bonemeal and now our Hodges.Mr. I i made, and the drivers of the two
taken at about the same time in June, of course, but things sort I
they rushed down to the county for the license was of tapered off after that," the Smith, and Delmar J. Williamson i filled in strength, but ther are cows have access to it, as well as Sweat was born in Baker :vehicles were allowed to go after

judge's office at the last minute application [I I to Privates 1st class; Donald L. several openings left in the Motor a mineral block, and common salt. j County, Nov. 15, 1879, made so that results of the test judge said. I| J
'. to get their marriage license, not, J! Green, Leslie A. Davis, Bobby L. I Section, Communication Section, They eat so little of it that the among themselves.The .
will arrive at about the time the Oh the -of license' the late Jackson and Mary Thompson -I
knowing or realizing that there yes, price a 'l I'Coleman I and John B. Sapp to I and the PJone r. Platoon. More cost is very small, when other accident occurred
you con-
for issuance. ,
ready lifetime ,
with which to become Sweat. He
maritallx was a
must be a three-day waiting period The said that a blood test Privates 2nd class; and J. L. Alvarez information may be obtained if sider how vital it is to them. We I .I when a Negro woman Minnie
. between the is judge involved is $3. to j farmer and a member of the Wheeler Rt 2 Box 12 Starke
time application more than SO days old is no good Sergeant. i mta interested will visit the armory -j get a lot of pleasure out of our* I I I ,

made, and the license issued. I for pUJ1'Oses of getting a marriage "We are entering a National on drill night or during the cows. Union Primitive Baptist Churchof drove her 1950 Ford into a telephone -

'. The judge, of course, has to refuse license. Another thing Yawn ArgosyPulling Rifle Indoor Tournament this fall,"I week, Chitty stated. Snm's I Heilbronn Springs. I pole at Walnut and Sth

these tardy petitioners ,with I stated Lt. F. C. Jones. II Streets, causing$400 damage to
he learned recently in Training In addition to the rifle tourna- Surviving are: two daughters.
k altar time only minutes said persu- Officer Mom came here on a the car and $25 damage in broken
away "and
to ,
ing the law on the subject is that For Corbin we expect do a ment, Headquarters Co. will have. Evelyn and Nettie Sweat, both of
?: and the best-laid wedding plans l lot of rifle firing and have visit, and we had a good time to- I I telephone lines.According .
the of syphilis Indicatedby a lotof a basketball team this season,. I Webster; two sons, Leon Sweat,
: go awry. For Florida! law states ,a presence,blood test, did not neces- (Continued from page one) competition from among the Chitty said. Severalformer BHS' eether, but it wa? so rainy that Webster, and Willis Sweat, Lake I I to :McKnight and
that three days' must elapse between Mom had to indoors most of I I
: members of the who will stay Police Chief Thornton who Investigated -
company Butler brother
players are members of the ; a Perry Sweat
. making the application and sarily mean the denial of a mar- heard the appeal of an innocent the time. So she went '
be trying out for the team." The including Frank Dryden,. finally Starke; and three sisters, Mrs. .! the accident, the Negro
issuing the license. l riage license provided there is man who had been convicted of a [ back to Jax loaded down with
I firing will be done in the woman was was driving north on
I I armory George and Arthur Winkler, Connie I Mollie Sweat. Marietta, :Mrs. Pearl ,,
j crime and determined to help him. with .22 calibre rifles. The winner Clark, Billy Dansby, Van Priest]! slants and flowers she got at Bob I Thomas, Jacksonville and :Mrs.I i!Walnut St. with two other Negro

!He discussed his idea with Henry I. of the state tournament will enter and others who will make a and Jessie Young's nursery. Florida Thompson, St. Augustine. 1|I women and several children in

Sell It Rent It *TradeIt Steeger,' publisher of "Argosy,"( the national tournament this fall. good club. up I!, !the'I car. As she neared 8th SL,
and together they worked out a' )' While Mom was here she showed j she looked to the left down 8th

plan of operation for the Court of I yvyyyyTyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'I>]us how to start Ming trees, and so Drivers License I St. to see if any cars were coming

WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow Last Resort. / we have a couple of oaks and When she looked around again,

Since that time the court has received t FARME1'S1 nines started. Miner trees are Sale LaggingThe her car was headed ihto the tele-

appeals for help from some ':j really miniature trees, and by following -I phone pole. One of the women

Rates Good Results Easy To Place 20,000 prisoners. Many of these I E'D the prescribed schedule of I was reported to have had some
1 I A R .y sale of new driver's licenses
: are discarded, because the court : srpwvinsr, it is possible to raise a teeth knocked out.'Cityl .
. slacked off bit this week Coun-
-. can concern itself only with per- .. 4 'ter oak or a pine that will be
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c sons sentenced to death or life im E lt( The author will be glad to : wt like a fully: errown tree in all ty Judge T. A. Yawn announced. Water
re'I He said that with about S Pump
- imcorxT OP is PER EXT ov TWO OR MORE ISERTIOSS5 prisonment. Needless to say many I E ceive items of Interest romerningr ;i details except that it will be onlya 10 days
left until the Sept. 30 deadline
: '()DITIO ..\L FOR HUM) Am OR ADS NOT PUD IV ADVANCE: cases. upon preliminary investigation -:' the activities of farmers in : few feet high. at the S most. less than half the anticipated Back In Service

are passed up because of lack, t' Bradford County. Sugge'Hon* may 4: S number of licenses had been. sold.

SIEMORIANS,CARD O.F THANKS RESOLUTIONS-20c PER LINE of merit. The thoroughness with I'i !he left at the Telegraph office or 4.4: i We have a new neighbor now. In of the driver's

(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) I which the court conducts its investigations :. :, mailed to Sam Mofiarvey. Lawtey, : and while he is awfully small as licenses speaking, Yawn said that new he had I' The main water pump at the

: is shown by the fact 9" 4 i, vet. we give him a big welcome. heard of becausehe municipal light and water plant,
some complaints
that from the thousands of ]> By Sam McGarvey 4 I i He is Robert Jr., the new son ofe I, which conked out.recently, has
appeals I e had not delivered '
FOR REXT-4 room unfurnished FOR REXT-Unfurnished house. Inquire personally
:been and is back at its
I Bob and Doris Smith who live repaired
, .house near Farmers Market. electricity at Bus Station. tf received, only 17 persons have i aAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj AA AAAA.a A A A A A A A A . . . licenses ,to would-be purchasers..
and water. Apply El ---------------&AA next to us. old job of helping to pump out
actually been released from '
prison. He said he wants the to
Itchg .. public
Rancho FOR apartment REXT-with Comfortable-bath all electric room Corbin read of the Court of Last Well, the "dog days"- are past, might have floated out) but in a U ,know that if he attends to the: some 350,000 gallons of "aqua

FOR REXT-Furnished apartment, kitchen, also sleeping; rooms. 302W. Resort and, backed by letters from and it is a mystery to us why short time she caused ple>ty of r Hope that \re can get the back 1 i duties of the judge's office properly pura" to Starke consumers daily.

one sleeping bedroom porch, large and living glu room ed-In, thelL. Madison' St. Mrs J.' M.Itchg.Mit: friends and some officials in this they are called that. It seems to'us | mischief. She got in the hen I sedge grass field limed this fall,. he has no time to deliver City Clerk Carl Johns said that

kitchen and dinette. '426 South area who doubt his guilt, asked that a better term would be'j I house and ate the chicken feed. as we'd like to plant white dutch I licenses.
the Turner Electric Co. Jack-
t. or apply at Tuck's Auto ltchg Cafe. FOR SALE-Farnu '17 acres, "36 pecan -, for an investigation. "duck days." It rained every day, j and that was bad enough but she there. The land is fairly wet, i iI I The judge said he would be glad ,
trees. 35 acres cultivated 5 and then if have : sonville did a quick repair job on
we happened to also
ate lot and would think that
a of
room house?, barn water and The magazine made its initial j 70c a dozen eggs.I we !. to mail licenses to persons who
f FOR RENT-Furnished Klngsley, lights on Old Blanding Highway check last fall and decided that a clear day, we got a good soakingthat A hog sure can cause trouble. clover would do well there if we would send him a stamped self- | the pump and that it went back

l'i'd Lake.4 room 3 room apartments cabin. 3 bedrooms private Owner at in Telegraph.town ,until Oct. 1. Inquire the case merited further attention. night. At first we tried toj I i., I could get it-started. But we think addressed envelope with their old I ;,into operation last Saturday aft-

bath. See W. R. Townsend. Town- Last weekend keep up our work, but as it got!I 'Right in the middle that we must get it limed first.We've license and the proper fee. i ernoon.
Argosy sent its of
sends Grocery. 2tp .i!5 wetter cutting
i FEMALE HELP WAXTED we'spent most of our time .
back here for the land in the kitchen I
prelimit garden, a -
tiling and general otrlce tvorK. to keep things from washing -
Woman ,
: -WANTED-Reliable Man or written lot about how
Permanent position.. Tung Oil Co.,: nary work which was likewise, declared i bolt snapped on the tractor and !a i
with car to call on, farmer in I away. The water in the 1
Bradford County. Part or full Brooker. itchg "encouraging." I so we had to improvise a repair,i wet it has been around here, and i iI
day No exptrienee: or capital re- FOR I I way ditches got as high as we'veever I lor wait until we could I we must prove it bv telling of a'' ViINKLERELECrRIC SERVICE
SALE-Large get a replacement
Norge Bob
refrigerator Rhay,
supervising investigator it
quired. Give references. Write seen and we ,practically '
brand new unit and box in I for it. We comical incident, that is comical, to
MC.NESS COMPANY, Pox %7". De- for the Court of Last Resort lived with i some _
A-I condition. our boots on. But fin-
Solo Station, Memphis J, Tenn. Being bold at loss 1 wire I all but the one most concerned. It
baling and to look |
Ztp JTSWANTED by owner who moved to Calnesville said that results of the Keeler ally we had some clear weather,!': at the re- j I
-- < A steal at J120. See at I : pair you'd think it would last five seems there is a stout woman who
Wells Electric Co. ; Ploygraph (commonly known as and now things are drying off I I
itp ; over by Clav Hill and one
-MAX TO SELL CRATESat ;lie detector) test given Corbin at fast. minutes but if you wrap enough ,i '
Jacksonville produce market. FOR REXT-Five room furnished wire around anything it has day during all the rain she went
the State
Must have good references. Apply house Prison were "favorable. S SOur
with bath. Inquire at MichIgan in the pea patch. Her folks
strength. j lout
William Carlton Co.. 2197 W. Itanch. Zip j/5 i Upon his return to New York,
Beaven'St. Jacksonville. lip I attempt to raise runners I missed her, and went searching RADIO
Rhay will I !
present his findings to -
,AXTED-Elderly white couple to from last year's. plants has :and finally found her in the pea
FOR SALE Missionary and Florida j I live on farm, close in i the court's board of directors and I We thought all'the rainy spell I I '
rent free
; ,
,lO', Strawberry plants just, made. groceries. free; and assist in car- I if they agree with him that i ii not been a su cess. We struggled i ito that at least our cold frame where : patch. She was bogged down andcouldn't ;, b' AND
Grown on new land. by Led or Jog for aged father the weeds and get out! i
ad out. we ,
usual]I keep i I I
1000. Myrtle Priest lU. 1. Box farm chores. Write .Box 823-P i "there is a strong probability of I|we had lettuce, cabbage,.and broccoli
____87. Starke. Stp 10/% tarke, Fla. 3tchg 10/2! Corbin's innocence" a full-scale investigation :lost that battle. Then the rains I seeded, would be protected i J'TELEVISION

FOR' SALE-Boys 2t inch bicycle. '2 FOR SALE-FIve room 2-bedroom: 1 I of Corbin's part in the and came wetter and it got in the wetter runner and wetter patch from drowning out, but even %V. C.T.I/. I ,, 1 4

brand new tires and tubes. Mrs. frame house, good condition. Will I case will be launched at an early I though we covered it up every i I --
George Kaufmani, Cypress-West sell to be until it was impossible to do any Sales
moved or will time it rained it did "NO POWER O.V EARTH
date. If this not do much I i
check i
Mor land Sis. Plnehurkt Subdivi Contact Lucian mon'l i final proves
Now that it Is off
thing. drying -
: good. The few (
sion. cabbage plants
in the we and Service
satisfactory, court's '
2tchg 9/%, opinion,
I the the plants look a little better, but have are sorry things, the lettuceis !k:OR TRAFFIC), IF THE OR- -
findings will be
FOR SALE Corner lot with eight presented _
LOST-Brindal to
Roiton bull 10 we do not know if the runners we ----rfl ma. rssflfljfl-SrflSSSSflSS fl erase
room two story building on -it at old. One white 1 the Florida State Board gone but we did manage to
ear of Par- "
and one black 224 PHONE 166 Starke Florida
51N.. Walnut St. If interestedsee no collar Reward. have are worth setting. The edgI salvage about OPPOSE IT." F. Temple Ave. ,
Mrs. J. : I enough broccoli
c. Cox dons with a request for Corbin's
Olin White, Sr.. 435 Lake St. Lake
: SU phone leaves rimmed with
293-J. of the are
; to I J. WinTTIER
Stp 10/2 itn release and restoration of citizen- plants set out. I IS -I
and don't know what i
FOtXD-I red we S S .,
potted shoat I
swallow fork 2 undt'rbits,marked 1 I ship. causes it. We surely would hate .., .
ear we went right at it *q -' '
: FOR SALE Picked swallow\ up fork on State underl''t Farm' other Road ear: ,. Rhay was accompanied here by I to set out poor plants to begin again and sowed some more cabbage -' ,1' .. _, .. .,, ,. __ ., '_ __-- _. __< _w .- i'

City at Arthur Stelljes, young New York with.
Coney Island nN'. Limits. Contact Sheriffs of- seed, and we have a good :
attorney who is
r donating his
Itchg'' services SIS
stand now. Trouble is that theicats ,
Sandwich Shop NEW! TRY STAR :I I in the matter, and Eugene 1 Final CLEARANCELADIES
PLASTIC TYPE We had a patch of sweet potatoes get in there and mess it up;
LEANER Bennett
y -Does a better photographer, who will
Opposite "Big Dad Factory iater., No messy liquids. Self-lob, present the before ih got so wet, but aft-j if it isn't one thing working against I

Church & 10th Sts., Starke, Fla. renewing lasts I'\dt'flnitely. Only picture story of thee r a while we had to abandon I I a farmer, it's another. As soon
at Bradford County case in Argosy when and if Cor
Must Telegraph them, and it looks as if we can as the cabbages came up, we I
Established Business bin is
Well E pardoned.
Sacrifice. Cheap for QUICK : FOR SALE Missionary i write them off as a loss, too. The I I spray them. with Marlate, tryingto REGULAR 2.99 1 A

Plants grown strawberry rains washed off more and more; beat the bugs before they get
new land
SALE. EASY TERMS can be bed or thousand. Maurice by Ed the- Rites WednesdayFor of the beds until finally the vines in their dirty work. I I

Arranged. .. wards. Jr.. Starke. !tp 9/11'' were practically planted on the St.

SEE FOR REXT-Large" Kingsley Lake Jeff J. JohnsFuneral level and they just sat in the t Our cows suffered from flies SKIRTS

GEORGE On Premises at cottage Ronnie-Donnle.Oct. 1. to June 1. Inquire dripping, soaking wet and got the t during .,all the rain, and it was :
I 3tp 91SREXT
misery. Next year we'll put sweet: not much use spraying them, as
FOR services for Jefferson'
HELP WANTED: MAX OR WOMAN bedroom -Kingsley Lake-Three potatoes on much higher beds. it would have washed off as soon
to distribute Watkins Nationally furnished cottage Oct J. Johns, 81, were held Wednesday
Products established thru May. J65 month. May be 'S. as it was applied. But when the
Advertised afternoon in the DeWitt C. Jones FIRST QUALITY
customers In Starke. Full or part seton $unday. Sign HOKE: But at last we were able to get: weather settled down we got out *
time. Earnings unlimited. car: HARRIS 1 mile South Strick- Chapel with the Rev. Fred Dodd
land's Landing. and we cut the ,the tank gun made a solution of
or other investment necessary. 4tchg 9/!.5 Rev. W. E. Hall and Rev. Burton going again up
Write Mr. d R. Ruble. Pept.S.. II kitchen garden. We out it very P Marlate by mixing ,twelve table- Lots of Fabrics and Styles

The J. R. Watkins Co.. Memphis LET HANDLE J. D. ODOH.YOt'R JR officiating. I shallow let it dry off, then cut it spoons to three gallons of water

Tenn. Up CATTLE AND HOGS Interment followed in the Cros- and I them. is relief 0 ALL SIZES
i again, let it dry off more, and sprayed It a
POSITION W.\NTED-RIUable mid Live Oak: K>rh VvrditnilarFriday by Lake Cemetery with the De- :'then we double cut it twice, and I (to us to see how quickly the stuff .
die aged couple desires managing
6IplUe Witt C. Jones Funeral Home in
of Motor Court with living quar the soil was in pretty good shape. rids the cows of flies.

(era. Write Box SJJ-W Starke, P1*.: RADIOS REPAIRED charge of arrangements.Active I We ,bedded it up, boarded off the We can really understand how
lip 9/ft pallbearers were: Free- and S LADIES REG. 3.99 & 4.99
All Make All M.4rU beds, putout fertilizer, are
FOR JULE-Young mare will workor Readable charge riaraaterd man Register, Sr., P. D. Reddish,: now busy planting. We planted I miserable the poor dumb animals

via.ride JSO. Perry Davis, Law Itp- ?tt W.CHS.Call 9t.C. SHEPHERD Slarfcp Ph. J3. Austin Winkler, W. E. Thornton, I some green and wax beans, tur must be when pestered by insects,

Charley E. Johns and Abe Bes- nips, and mustard and have lots for we have been plagued with mosquitoes

FOR SALE-Old Model Johnson "TED-Oraduate licensed nurse 01 sent. more to get started. But we know for only the second time L Street Dresses
Outboard motor. S hp. Easy to practical for general
."ank. runs good. T. T. Long, duty. Doctor's Clinic Hospital.i } Mr. Johns was born in Starkeion from past experience that we'll 1 in five years. The doggone things

Phone 2t,. U|' 101 W. Call St., Starke. Fla. tf June 10, 1872, and was a life- have a lot of trouble with insects are about as big as New Jersey

FOR REXT-One 4-room apartment FOR SALE j" x 8x 18" Concrete long redent! .here. His parents; so we're planning to dust and I I mosquitoes and that is saying a

On. I-room apartment both nice Mortar Block Mix ISo each. Plenty of! were the late Perry and Lilie Kite spray often. lot, and they bite almost as bad Q Lots of Fabrics and Styles *
ly furnUhed. Elec. equipped : and Ce,nent. Brad II ,;
Shady lawn. 1 mile from bride E. ford Engineering Company. Phone i I Johns. He was a member of the C S as fire ants. They should disap- <.

Starke Descent Road. Mrs. 1. M.I 'L !f i I First Christian Church of Starke I We have disced the land where I We are trying to keep lice off I 0 ALL SIZES !
Wynn. Rt. 1. Box 2-C.
SALESMAN WANTED Write or: and a veteran of the Spanish I we plan to set out our berries i i Myrtle, the pig, by oiling her. It I

UP FOR THAT FREE GAS at wire Rawleigh's Dept. F.\-% O-tG.; American War. He died at his three times already but plan to>( is not costing us much to feed her,, FIRST QUALITY
Cumber' gas station. Every Saturday Memphis, Tenn. Regarding opportunity : Ias
residence here have table surplus I
at 3 P.M. It happens every for Ranleigh business Monday morn1.1gfQlloing cut it at least two more times.We t. we scraps .'
week. 3t.; miles north of Stark in Pradford County. Xo capital a long illness. I believe now that one of the milk and odds and ends for her.

on.the. 301.week Remember before Xmas.50 gals Last free needed. jtp 10/2 Surviving Johns are his wife, j most important steps in farming rtWe:t also give. her. .hog. minerals. I LADIES SUMMER 1

..eeks lucky signature, FOR REXT" -Close in. very desirable! Effie Carter Johns of Starke, and I into get the soil in good shape be

John Wilkerson location furnished and unfurnished ,- one son, Freeman Johns of Lake I fore you startAnd we have. Aren't fresh eggs scarce now!
Welding of all kinds, also burnIng apartments, all con\eniences. Butler. lot of folks stop and
Usually a
learned that the hard way but I1 I
Joe does the welding. Also sleeping rooms. 201 W. Madison :
JOE GJ IBER'S GAS STATION'' I St. 4tchg J/li : trying to make a crop on soil that t''ask how much eggs are, but now \

HP: Bad could not be worked properly, withnothing ] they're hunting them and are

II I WANTED I ChecrCharge: I but trouble as a result. glad to find some. Our hens are It
FOR S.LEood( Income G 15P( I
:x 115 foot lots. Duplex on one lou Anyhow, we are going to disc Ui eland laying pretty well, considering the

Private lot Clove to schools and stores. Prospective purchasers to Faces Auto DealerUpon l, thoroughly, then bed up, putout t season. We are feeding them the -
party P. O. ItSl, Jackson-
grille Fla !tp SI- see my list of Duellings, the fertilizer and then wait t same as umal, despite the fact

FOR REXT Be-ice Cottage Farms! Ranches, Acreage, Lots, affidavit of the complainant :. for the right time to set out the: that a lot of them. are moulting.
on I S S
a warrant has been Issued
Kingnley. Lake. Attractive modern Lake Front Properties Business plants.
completely furnished with screened Property, and Business by County Judge T. A. Yawn for l The wet weather got us down
<"..Tfh porch.S t.Apply Mrs. J, ;C.tchg Hoover.5,181,I ments. the arrest of E. J. Dowling, Jr. in i Joy's new calf oHope. is doing 1 for a while. The ruts in the yard 3 LiMIT V t

(connection with an alleged worthless ; fine. We keep her in the barnyard got so bad that the car got bog-

FOR SALE-Two English: bulls ,one. i iH These listings are available to check issued by Dowling. '! feed her about 12 Ibs. of, ged down and then whenever we (
< yrs, old, one t mo. Also ,some ,
those j
\\ want to
white face grade cows. C. Letch i buy or in- i The check, in the amount of i Joy's good rich milk daily, and I I wanted to use the car we had to

Rt. 2. Rox 51. Starke. !ti 11'1111 lest in Floruit. ; $127.50 and dated Aug. 17, 1Q53, keep a bulky dry feed in front of get the tractor to pull the car We Exchange We Refund We Satisfy.u i

SPICI\L" (Call write or phone for a was drawn on the Keystone Ste :her all the time. Her heart girthis out. Good thing that Katrinka -

UEM'IM: ? I>UI\ FOR>10".t Bank with the Broadway Service 34 inches and according to the :.didn't get stuck in the mud. i

AZILK.IS copy.A. Station, Starke, as the payee. table of weights, she weighs about 'S. (
Ie _
t 1: Imrkr 1MO for MINI J. THOMAS I I ,
RKLM'.DKHK AZILKV M ltEHPaBlUr \ The warrant was issued Sept. 125 lbs. and she is not two months : Although we live in a rather low i

Karle ratlin' S61 I K\U KSTVTK.. BROKER ; 10. and the sheriff's office reports old yet. So far we have kept her i section, we are ordinarily not
1.rl..I. Truplr .h.
1. Pb.B \\.Id. :\6.1 Trlrphttae 211Marte. I 1
Florida 1 that all attempts at locating from getting scours. She looks 'bothered by enough drainage, but

VALUABLE BCSIXCSS: PROPERTY ._ Dowling have been unsuccessful I more like Joy every day. ,'I this time we were. Looks iiiewell
. -One pleee J09 ft. frontage $1.50 FOR SALE-Missionary j U S S have to make some drainage \
net One piece 191 ft froatage strawberry According to the sheriff's office, .
3000. Located on SOI North edge plants thou'and-Petf'on sew ground, by bed or ''it that We don't know yet how "Myrtle, 'i!ditches to carry off the water W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. ->

.f, City. SO) X. E. 121st St. MIamI' I Bux 84. GriffU Loop Griffia.Starke.Rt. J t, is believed fowling has the Turtle," the pig we are fattenIng 'when i we have rainy spells like -. -- -..- : -, ... .-. \

3' FU. 4tp S/Ui i Gtp-/U left the state. I to eat, got out of her pen (she this one. Yet we didn't have it a" ,-"- -' 11-.. .. _" .-,. .. .. .. ........- --" {t


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