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 25, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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 Crackdown OrderedMayor BHS Opens Season

Tells Police to Enforce Laws on

; I I Minors In Pool Rooms Sale Of ShineCity I II I i With St. Leo Friday

II and county law enforce- it is also the, responsibility of
I I ment officials gathered in Mayor,[[parents to know where their child -' I IL"

J. R. Wainwright's office this I.] >.:en are and what they are
week and heard the mayor say: It was decided that Injuries Force
L "We are going to crack down on Q'clock curfew for children should .

reported rambling and moonshine ,be invoked and that pool room !
,whiskey in the City of Starke." operators would be held responsible -? Hobbs To Shift
It took' Lawtey a little time to WHOIL."OWSIaybe the trains that now roar through like a prairie ;I At a special meeting Monday if minors were found in I

catch Us breath last Friday, after tornado will soon be slowing down, or even stopping now and then, at morning, called by the mayor and their establishments. The curfew j I

'the surprise .announcement of a Lawtey With du Pont's new Highlands Plant for mining ilmenite soon attended by Sheriff P. D. Reddish,I would= not apply to children .in'' Player PositionsThe

53,000,000 mining operation,almost to be under construction, a sizeable payroll will pep things up along Chief of Police W. E. ThorntoiS the company of their parents or
within Its city limits. Lawtey's.main drag (above) within the next six weeks. __ and other members of the city 1 to children with legitimate business -
When the first excitement wor&off police force, Wainwright asked on the streets after 10 o'clock, BHS Tornadoes open their
Lawteyites began some sober for a strict enforcement of the law such as attending the movies or' 1953 season here tonight (Friday)
speculation over just what the multimillion in Starke and urged cooperation going to and from parties. when they meet the St. Leo Lionsof
. dollar industry would among policemen in enforcing the ?In regard to traffic violations. : & Dade City in a non-conferenc\
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mean to the little town whose, 50 one policeman said that local battle in Bradford Park at 8 p.m.
federal census showed a little over 4 law.Coming in for particular atten drivers should be urged to observe L$,. Opening their schedule one week

.500 population. _.J:4 ..T -t tion at the meeting were reportson traffic laws more carefully, especially later than most schools, tonight'
Host ,Lawtey businessmen were lT"1'. ,.- '. :: gambling and possession ana in school zones. He said fr game will be the initial bow for the
afraid that, like Starke. their town D e. v.k selling of moonshine whiskey thatis that if local drivers would slowdown Tornadoes, while the visiting Lions

would Jose much of,the benefit oft : t : supposed to be taking place. in I V ) 10 miles per hour in the will have a slight advantage, having -
) the new operation because of a lack .- / the city. I s hool zone, following out-of- had actual game experience,
of houses to rent to mining personneL "We've had complaints- from I town drivers would have to slowdown although losing to Deland 41-0 in
time to time," the mayor said. ', too. 'I I (Polariod One-Minute Photo by Everett McKinney) their opener last week.
,}1. B. Kelly Lawtey groceryman, "but nothing definite to: go on." In urging cooperation among'I I St. Leo coached by Al Lagano

knew of. only one vacant house in He added that every report or I policemen, Wainwright said, "If l} TORNADO ENDS who \\illlike-ly see action in tonight's game with I I8t. :will operate from the T formationand

town. That belongs to him and he 'complaint was going to be traced ypu need help don't hesitate to .Leo (1 to r) Teston, Rivers, Smith, Slade (all lettermen and may shift right or left Into ;|
won't rent it because it's "too far t- down and the law enforced.- call on a brother officer. There!\ Strickland. single wing formation. Last year

gone" and up to now he figured. it k1 Also coming in for closer are enough of you that we don't i ii i the Tornadoes won by a 32-0 score
would cost more than it was scrutiny by police will be traffic i expect you to work 24 hours a and tonight, the BHS gridstera will
worth to put it in rental condition. [Violations, reckless driving and day,but we want your full coopera- i Gambling Stamp Law Declared Valid face eight of the same Lions who
Everybody wished that some- \complaints about minors in pool tion while you are on duty." played last year.
[ SURVEY CREW (at right) does preliminary work for railroad spui1
body else would build some houses rooms. Sheriff Reddish told the police I Big Jim Johannes, 178-pound
.. but who that wouldbe whichwill turn off near T. T. Blackburn's house on U. S. SOl and run Florida's new law which makes declared
-*, somebody I Wainwright said there had beena that while his force wasn't large recently I constitutional fullback will lead the visitors in
no one could say. more than a mile to site of plant's dry.mill. Graded road at left is the lot of complaints about minors "enough for a constant patrol of possession of a federal wagering I I by the courts in Tennessee. their offensive attack.
Lawtey hasn't exactly been Blackburn ro.d looking east toward plant site. It will soon be hard- hanging out in pool parlors. the city he would be glad to send stamp prima facie evidence of i Judge Shields said: "It appearsto Coach James Hobbs began tap-

booming in the last few years. surfaced by State Road Department. __ "We're going to keep minors out aid anytime a policeman needed violating the state's anti-gambling th(court that there is a most ering off from the rough contact
With the decline of the once-profit- of the pool room" he said, "but it. statutes was held constitutional logical and rational connection between work Wednesday in order to keep
able strawberry industry in this .- and valid by Circuit Court,Judge,I the fact that the petitioner down further injuries to his
section. Lawtey's economy also SRD Pledges Action On Mine Road Conqress Aa Body Bayard B. Shields in a-Duval' was the owner, holder and possessor charges. Monday afternoon the
tapered off and up till now nothing Jaycee HeadsTo County "test case" this wk.In of a federal wagering occupational boys had a long scrimmage under
had come along to take up the his order Judge Shields said tax stamp and the fact that: the hot sun and
slack of dwindling berry revenue. I Senator, Charley;. E. Johns secured son promised to have "the ball I To Stop In Starke that "the true test of the validityof he is presumed to be guilty of the Coach Hobbs divided Tuesday the squad night and
Now with a three-quarter million quick action from the State rolling" by noon of Tuesday. {t' Meet HereThe a statute of presumptive evi offenses charged in the warrant they had a spirited
dollar payroll within its grasp, Road Department Tuesday, his The road needed will extend east \ Saturday MorningFarmers dence .. is whether or not there and commitment in this case." The contest intersquadgame.
hates to see the request for a road to be hard- from U. S. 301 a distance of one is a rational or logical connection Concluded the was, played
Lawtey naturally I high brass, of Florida judge: "Any under game regulations and ended
lack of surfaced from .U. S. 301 to the mile and 300 yards to the plant Jay- between the fact doubt as to the
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cream of it slip away I of this area will have cee-dom will gather here this proved the constitutionalityof in a 13-13 tie.DeWayne .
site of the ilmenite site near the Clay County line. fact "
housing facilities. proposed new opportunity to present .their weekend for presumed. a statute must be resolved in Elder
it has nothing to offer plant to be built by the Humphreys It is the east end of the "Blackburn a two-day state executive The new law has favor of its validity." The his quarterbacked
Although problems first-hand to the powerful committee meeting, it also been upheld pos squad into a 13-6 lead, but
t JH .he way of night life, with the Gold Corp/near:: Lawtey. Road". Commute on Agriculture of was announced yesterday by DoyleE. as constitutional by Circuit session of a gambling stamp, he quarterbacks Billy Moore and Mimi
Sen"Jojjns said he called Richard K A delegation of County Comm said, is
JO: sible ucepUon of bull'cessions < ,,chairman of the State I sioners had Johns.to s-l'th 'u. S. House of Representativeswhen Conner, president of the. local Judge Terry B. Patterson of "amply sufficient" for the Skoofalas, alternating, marched
around Shuford's Service Station, Simpson' I requested this group visits Starke Jaycee 'group.The Orlando and commitment And restraint of the their team into a tie in the
oak.zhadedatreets would Road Dept, about the ,matter' i( he could get the ,road a similar law was I purchaser. last
!faced. hard-sur-I Saturday morning. Saturday-Sunday pow wow quarter. One backfield was made
bold muck appeal.those who go Tuesday morning and that $imp- i The Committee. composed of 13 i 1Il'm be climaxed with a banquet -' ,up of Elder, Jackson .Lewis and,

,.,.-f t qui t, surburban! life. The onlyfly"in Republican aAi, ven Democratic h Lurday night at 7 o'clock in the County Moves,To Get Right tof \ Clark, while Moore Skoofalas
m the. ointment is that*those. 'Rat tHai quet' Planned ,For October 1, 'Representatives including Florida -,| American Legion Hall. Officers Way Douglas, Patray, and Brown oper-
streets have too tew houses in the Congressman A. Syd Her- and directors of Junior Chambersof ated as an offensive unit.

shade of the oaks. That today is j I I long Jr., will tour theEighth Con- Commerce from all part of For Call Widening% Early Start Mike Clark, who has been work
Lawtey's No. 1 headache Plans were being formulated this Internal bleeding in animals. It gressional District at the invita- Florida will participate in the executive ; SeenProperty ing for weeks as a quarterback and

week for a huge "Rat Banquet" to will not kill rodents if applied as tion of Congressman D. R. (Billy) sessions here. was the No. 1 signal caller, has

be held in Bradford County the a single dose, but must be eaten Matthews. : Anyone1shing to attend the owners concerned met of way needed that been shifted over to tackle, another
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Safety Meeting latter part of October. The menu daily for about five days. Accompanied by Matthews, whois Saturday night banquet should with the Board of County Commissioners cost any great probably new position for him. Clark
I hus been selected, place cards are Warfarin'probably would kill acting as personal host and I contact :Mr. Conner for reserva- at a special session last was the building of money played two seasons as guard, but
being made up, caterers and hosts I any warm-blooded\ animal if consumed guide, the Committee is scheduled ,i i I tions. Friday afternoon for the purposeof Canova on the southwest owned by Levy when Zack Crawford, veteran,
Set t For TuesdayNat are being contacted. There will be in sufficient, quantity overa to arrive in Starke at 11 a. m., considering the acquisition of Walnut and Call Streets.corner of tackle, was sidelined with a broken
no after-dinner speeches. I period of time, but the recommended Saturday. Early Start Seen necessary rights of way for the are to take 11 feet off that collar bone, the tackle position was
College freshmen, don't get excited concentration for rats and County Agent G. T. Hugginshas proposed widening of Call and ticular corner. par- weakened considerably and the
H. Rambo, executive direc- The banquet is being planned ,mice is so low that it is not dangerous outlined a program which is Walnut Streets. shift of Clark to tackle was made
tor of the Florida Citizens Safety r solely for the fourlegged'ariety I to most other animals. to begin at 11 a. m. at the court For Street Paving Senator Charley E. Johns and a After a discussion, in which various by the coaches to strengthen the

C3undl, will assist in the organization of rat (the Alexandrian or roof: Danger can futher be reduced by house and invites all farmers, I representative of the State Road property owners expressed I forward wall.DeWayne .

of a Bradford County unit, rat prevalent in this part of the mixing the poison with a cereal- businessmen and public officialsto And Sewer Lines Department were present and, with their willingness to cooperate in Elder, 140 pounds, will
it was learned yesterday. state), and the menu will consist I type bait which is unattractive to participate. In issuing this invitation I the aid of S.R.D. survey maps, explained the acquisition of the probably take up the quarterbacking -
In a letter to the Starke Cham- entirely of Warfarin, a fairly new flesh-eating mammals.The Huggins said: The City Council expects to to the Board and the prop- right of way, the Board necessary but he will. be backed up by
ber of Commerce Mr. Rambo type of rat poison. bait that is to be used Inthis "Farmers are urged to be pres- complete plans for paving of new erty owners what rights of way I authorize its voted to Skoofalas and Moore. "-
stated he would attend the organizational Initial planning for a concen- area is a mixture of War- ent and get acquainted with this streets in Starke at its meetingnext would be required in order to complete Knight to investigate attorney the H. V. Pat Bowers, left half, and La-
meeting to be held in 1. trated drive to rid Bradford Coun- I farm and whole-grain yellow corn group of men who play a big role Tuesday night. City Clerk the project. securing the rights of cost of von Lewis, fullback are on the Injured -
the courthouse here Tuesday night ty of rats a project which is to I"meal. A dash of charcoal is added in forming our agricultural poli Carl Johns said that at that time Johns stated that the onlv right back to the Board.way and report list but may be able to see
at 7:30clock.. He also said he be dubbed "Rat Banquet" be- to give it an off-color, so that it cies. You will have an opportunityto i,the engineer working on the pro- action.
would request Trooper Frank gan in the office of County AgentG. will not be mistaken for regular ask these men questions and I ject should have all plans com Juvenile CommittedTo Rites Coach Hobbs says that actually
Eskridge safety education officer T. Huggins this week. The i corn meal. to tell them what you think we I pleted and ready for presentation, Marianna SchoolThe SaturdayFor he will have only seven lettermen
with the Florida Highway Patrol planning .committee consisted of The bait will be supplied to need in the way of a state and along with estimated costs. in his starting lineup Friday night

to attend the meeting. Huggins, Miss Dorothy Ross, persons taking part in the projectat national agricultural program. I After that, Johns said, bids on juvenile white boy who was F. C. Allen while three of the starters earned

Special emphasis will be place county home demonstration agent, cost, which is around 30 cents want to urge you to have some the work will be asked for and a arrested recently, along with three, Utters last year by playing junior
on the organization! of a teen-age and V. L. Johnson. agent of the per pound. It will be packagedin questions for the Committee. Their list of streets that are to received adult men on a check forging I Francis C. Allen,-.50, of Hill- varsity, and one Is a newcomer.
safety group it was announcedby U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, I' two and four-pound bags and purpose here is to learn about priority will be ready for publica- charge, has been committed to .crest, near Keystone Heights, died Probable starting lineup for to
T. H. Slade, C of C president.I from Gainesville. plaCed at distribution points around I our problems and how they can tion. the correctional school at Marianna. -I Thursday morning in Alachua night's game:

He urges the general public, and Johnson outlined a program to,, the county. serve us better." I According to Johns, water and General Hospital after a brief BradfordRE
especially young people to attend be followed and explained the The "Rat Banquet" is sponsored -I After a welcome by Mayor J. sewer extension plans have been The boy was taken to Marianna illness. He is the husband of Paul Rivers, 170; RT, Ned
the meeting next Tuesday night purpose of the drive. He said, I by the U. S. Fish and Wild- R. Wainwright, the meeting will!completed, except for advertisingfor early this week, and his behavior the former Lena Marcotte, one- Pringle 170, or Mike Clark, 175;
"Rats are costing the American I life Service in conjunction with be open for questions and discus- bids on the work. while there will determine his time resident of Starke, and had* RG, Gary Garner, 176; C, Harold
Group FormedTo public too much money. People |'the county agricultural agent, ex- sion of agricultural interests, To finance the street pavingand sentence. been employed at Humphreys Gold Beasley, 175; LO, Kenneth Elder,
don't have to put up with the rat tens :>n service and county health Huggins said. sewer extension projects, The cases of the three adults Corporation for several years. 162; LT, Charles Kelley, 163; LE

Coordinate menace, but they accept rats as department All civic organizations After the Starke appearance $120,000 worth of utilities and have been bound over to circuit Besides his wife, Mr. Allen is Vernon Teston, 141, or Arnold
a matter of course." business owners, F. F. A. the Committee will go to Gaines sewer revenue bonds have court. 'survived by two sons. John and Smith 160; QB, DeWayne Elder.

Charity EffortsThe Johnson said that one man's and other youth organizations will ville, where the tour will officially been sold. The money from the George, both of Hillcrest. 140; RH, Stanley Clark. 161: LH,

loss, due to rats, may not amountto be asked to participate. end.Headed sale of these bonds has been re Connells Return The Rosary will be recited in I Sidney Jackson, 172; FB, Wayne
organization of a committee more than $10 yearly, but multi- Huggins said that a date for by its chairman. Rep. ceived by the city, and $110,000of ) Friends will be interested the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Douglas, 171 or Lavon Lewis, 155.
for the coordination of local chart plied many times over the United the "Rat Banquet" would, be announced Clifford R. Hope (R-Kansas), and it was placed in a savings account know that Mr. and Mrs. T. tOj Starke Friday night at 7:30 p.m., St. Leo
ty work and the administration L States the rat damage reaches later, and that i! some accompanied by reporters from I with the Florida Bank af nell have resumed R. Con-i'I and mass will be held in St. RE, John Riley, 155; RT, Serge
of a central fund for use in emer staggering totals. This, Johnson businesses need immediate action, the New York Times and the Tam- i Starke last week. The bank is to management of the ownership and Edwards Catholic Church Satur-(,Hillery, 155; RG, Greg O'Donahue
gency cases was discussed at a I said, doesn't take in to account t special consideration would be pa Tribune, the 20-member( Com [pay one per cent interest on a Pines Motor Court South Whispering day morning at 10 o'clock. Interment |! 145; C, Fred Rust, 167; LG, Dick
meeting of various civic groups I losses Incurred due to the spreading given. mittee on Agriculture has been daily balance until suci time the on U. S. 301. of Starke will be in the Keystone : O'Shaughnessy, 160; Clem Pet-
and churches in the USO Tuesday of diseases that rats, carry. touring parts of the state includ- ,balance becomes less than $10,000. I I Heights Cemetery. ,i ters, 171; LE, Ted Huff, 166; QB,
night He then gave an instance of how Bradford Bond Sales ing Columbia. Putnam and St> .Larry Herring, 160; RH, Jack Ter-

Rev. T. G. Mitchell was elected I I the rate of instances of typhus Johns Counties and the Agricultural Masons To Meet 'williger, 129; LH, Bill McKeown
chairman of the new group, which i'fever had declined sharply in On The Upgrade I Experiment Station at the 132; FB, Jim Johannes, 178.

will consist of five members, the I Duval County after that area I University of Florida. i I Monday Night
W. B. Sewell, chairman of the I '
started a rat control program. Congressman Matthews has
others to be named at the next I Golly Bids On Road
meeting. This meeting was set i The U. S. Department of Agriculture Bradford County Savings Bonds i :stated: "It is a great honor to!:!! Ben Rowland, Worshipful M.ast-I, 100

for Sept. 29, but later postponed 1 Johnson said. was most Committee announces that sales I;: have our District selected for a ,er, announced that Bradford Lodge
because of a conflict with the; interested in a program of rat of' Series E & H Savings Bonds :i visit from this great Committee I No. 33, F & AM. will hold its regular I To Be Received
Safety Meeting. i I eradication because of food con- in Bradford County for the first and I n very proud that these't bi-monthly meeting Monday, I
Organization of the central ;; tamination by rats. ,A truckload I eight months of 1953 totaled 1!gentlemen are going to meet many Sept. 28. in the Masonic Temple at fc &JjF: I State Road 100 (the Keystone

committee was sponsored by the)lof contaminated grain can ruin $52,478. August .sales were : of our farm leaders. I plan to I 18 p.m. All Master Masons are in- II Heights Road) is to be reworked
to 'i a whole elevator of grain. Johnson 8062. I ride on the bus with the Commit-i.vited. Refreshments will be serv- from Starke to a point six and
county Children's Committee !I
i cited an instance where re Florida as a whole reported tee and will be talking to these I cne-half miles south
time of Starke, the
bridge the gap between the ed.The
aa emergency occurs, where fundsare i, cently$3 million worth of sugar .sales of $39,160,062 in bonds for !Congressmen at every opportunity following members of Brad-! A Gar! State Road Department announcedthis
needed immediately, and until was condemned In New Orleans the eight-month period an almost i pointing out the agriculture, fea- ': ford Lodge degree team were invited -: week.
because of rat contamination.Even ,50 per cent gain over the same to the Fellow Craft,
some recognized agency can takeover i I tures of our District, and telling put on Bids for the work have been
the case.Champion. ( as the meeting was taking period last year. them of our needs and problems."I j Degree In Waldo Lodge on Sept. asked for and will be received at
farmer stopped by "It is apparent Mr. Sewell I Ben Row I
place, a ; 18: Robert Barksdale Tallahassee from qualified con-
and told Huggins that rats had said, "that the people of Florida' I land. Gilbert Brown. Jack Mc-
Drivers Licenses tractors until 10:30
Walker I a. ro, Oct. 6.
bushels of seed look with Increasing favor upon
ruined eight peas Comb, Gene Long, Cecil Sewell,
Here4On Last Lap of his.) Savings Bonds as a safe and profitable Only Half Sold I Robert Green and Austin Fender. The work. whicn will probably
I The purpose of having a "Rat investment. i consist of rebuilding bridges, In-

Dick Cook. "walking 43 states Banquet", Johnson explained is County Judge T. A. Yawn Charge Withdrawn begin sometime In November, win

with my little red wagon", stopped j I to get: everybody to participate,! Mayor's Court warned drivers this week that only: Bet you didn't know this wicked looking fbh was swimming in (stalling larger culverts, patching

over briefly In Starke Wednesday.J!I[resulting In an overall coverage of a few d fs remain in which to; Against Auto DealerThe Hampton Lake at the same time you were last summer! Well, it was., ;regrading and paving structure
celebrated pedestraln was on <:the county. He said that individual Hears Three CasesThree I
The purchase new driver's licenses before i But don't get too excited it isn't shark only a probat agar J approaches and incidental Items.
with the warrant for E. J. Dowling
work neighbors
his to Gainesville on the la* '
way of a 13,800-mile walking tour j doing nothing didn't accomplish cases of intoxication and the Sept. 30 deadline. After .Jr. in connection with a bad B. H. Hardman who brought it in to be photographed, estimated Senator Charley E. Johns, commenting
much three of speeding constituted the the deadline, $1 fee ''check' charge, has been withdrawn, its weight at 40 pounds and says the ole reprobate would eat abbut a: the
which began in Florida April 1, 1 I ; that everybody working t| a delinquent on project saId thatan
ton of nice little fish (the kind like to catch in
1951. and has carried him throughall :, together will result In a real I docket of the mayor's court Monday -'win have to be paid or a driver's court house records reveal. you ) a year's time. effort is being made to get

the 48 states. Cook said that I"knock-down". morning. examination taken. t|I The warrant issued Sept. 10 That's the reason Mr. Hardman a commercial fisherman was so glad I I the road in shape until such timeas
he 25 miles day and I to get the oil boy out: of the wajr. IJ teems the gar tried to swallow
averages per The new chemical Warf aria.I Defendants in the above cases The judge said that as of Wed- upon affidavit of the complainant'I there is enough money in the
has worn out 19 pairs of shoes on; mud fish (shown above dangling from ifc snout) that was on one of.Hardman's
to settle downat j which is to be used is an anticoagulant {I failed to appear 'before Mayor J.!nesday slIghtiy more than half ,was withdrawn after funds were' I budget to completely rebuild it.
the trip. He plans t I set lines.The gar got the line tangled In its teeth and aroundits
his home in Gainesville and t" which reduces the clotting -I'R. Wainwright and, therefore, for-'I the anticipated 6,000 licenses had I II I advanced to make good the check I snout and was dromedhen Mr. Uardman found It. ._ tHe estimated this may take place
write an accouit of his travels. ability of blood and causes feited bonds totalling 11050. I been soli. ;''in I quesUek. ; time next year.



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of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. F. Y.n1f11f'.1.L..fr I
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COUNTY If 7j/\s+CtrWitiy rfjgj EDITOR Tom Markey attended the HEILBRONN l lby Betty Furness says. "Come tog

.; .TELEGRAPH, T T r |ly7 l ptr PUBLISHER Home Workshop Demonstration meeting, which Clothing was Marian XormanliAAAAAAAAAAAAAiMAAAAAA

held in Starke last Tuesday. Mrs. ,
reports that she
( '. regretted I The Heilbronn P. T. A.! held its
not being able to attend
_ f Published every Friday and entered as second class! matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, undei on Wed- first meeting: of the year Thursday
nesday also, as the
f. the Act of March 3,1879. really enjoyedit. I evening in the school auditorium.The % ) (

'. president, Mrs. Louise Norman N
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION- I Recent Sunday visitors at the presided over the meeting.' 'M
: Aubrey Hazen home were Mr. and I At the close of the business meeting .
Mrs. O. G. Strahorn, i
Mr. and Mrs. refreshments
were served in GIViNCAWAYJ
s .. We Welcome Another Industry"Modern Eld -. Drigers and sons, of Wild- the lunchroom.
wood, Mr. and Mrs. Winfred
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. :Morgan, Jr. UP
Hazen and
family of Gainesvilleand
technology is responsible for overestimated. The Trail Ridge plant, now :Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen of Jacksonville spent Sunday with I I
bringing to Florida another $3,000,000 plantto in its fifth year of operation, has provided a and family of Starke. the R. L. Morgans, Sr. R. L. Morgan

produce ilmenite, an essential material substantial industrial payroll to augment a Mrs. Rita Brown of Dunnellon Sr. is on the sick list.

i-r in the production of titanium metal and rather uncertain agricultural l economy. is here spending a few days with Monday Mr. and for Mrs.Richmond Levy Norman left WEEKLY. : '

t titanium pigments." The two plants together will employ be- her daughter Cordelia, and family. New York City Va.and Washington the

This was the editorial comment in the tween 400 and 500 persons, releasing a pay- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and.Smoke Mountains. I

U! Miami Herald following the announcement roll of more than a million dollars annually family snent Sunday afternoon in I) Mrs. A. Cowart is a'I Ir'
' by the E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Companyof more than is realized from all the farm) Gainesville visiting :Mrs. Jim few days with her son-in-law spending and II t

Wilmington Delaware of plans for the crops grown in Bradford County during a Douglas. j I daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mor 6
establishment of its second ilmenite mine twelve-month period.It Among those from Brooker attending gan. I f 1' 'y! tr
in the Starke area.. that few of farm- the P. T. A. meeting in! *.
and plant may mean a more our :;s. Carl Sapp had the mss r .
Starke _
last A.L r
"This is only one more evidence of the ers will forsake the uncertainties of wrestinga Mott, :Mrs.week Howard were: Mrs. L. I, for tune of falling and injuring helP '!. 1 i ,
. rich resources that lie in Florida's soil and living from the soil and seek the security Doris Mrs.L' and foot. She is having to use :I I ri
, Mrs. Roy Green. j I !
sands, many of them yet untapped." com- of a steady job with steady pay. Althoughwe Susie Wait, youngest daughter'cutches. I,! _1I1L 1 }
mented the Herald. hate to farm land anywhere Grady Varnes # i
naturally see of the Howard Waits, spent the I was home from: .
The Miami newspaper is right in crediting lying idle and deserted, we realize that this weekend visiting with her little ':, the U. of F. Sunday. :I ttj [If ,
modern technology with making it possibleto is one of the trends we will have to face girl friend, Carol Cox in Gaines- Clara Starling and Loretta Kelly Nothing to -.-------
bring another great new industry to Flo- with the increasing industrialization of the ville. ,are sick. with mumps.Mr. I 1 BuylNo _
and Mrs. Harold Alvarezare
South. Thursday night dinner guestsof i
.' rida.For many years geologists have known And who can blame the small farmer if he the Junior Bighams were Mr. the arrival receiving of congratulations on Letters to Write :
a son.
that mi> ed in.with the quartz sand of Florida's finally grows weary of what appears to be a and, Mrs.Reeda Reed, Mattair and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rosier of in this Exciting Half-Time I
of j
Trail Ridge were valuable heavy min losing fight and seeks other employment to Ocala visited! relatives here Sunday.
erals, including ilmenite staurolite, zircon, support his family? With declining farm Betty Jean (Mrs. F. M.) Sullivan -, Quiz Game!

rutile, and others. But the problem was prices and a national administration that can is here from Theressa spending o
a few days with her
how to get them out? The ore was such talk only of "more efficiency needed" it is the G. W. Raborns.fVfTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTV. parents, a

'"'low grade"-only about two per cent heavy little wonder that some of our small-time! THE RIGHT POINT for theway (/fj. .i........... C

minerals to ninety-eight per cent useless growers are about ready to throw up the you write. Come in and select : ""

sand that a mining operation was con sponge._ your favorite ESTER ROOK I II '. : -_.. zr
sidered economically unsound. Pen. Only $!.37 aADFORD j,!I l -
We hate to think that "the day of thesmall 11IC11LANDG ,I' ,
Then about fifteen years ago a couple of COUNTY TELERAPH --
farmer" is over, as some people predict, ::-tli -' :
ingenious westerners the Humphreys By Mrs. Lacy Norman .
believe that possible -
and everything
we t.
brothers invented the spiral system of I; .
concentrating gold gravels in Colorado. The should be done to try and encourage them; AAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAiiA.AijLjLSunday | 1 :L_ -=-=: _

same principle that worked so successfullyon and help them stay on the land. But in the School each Sunday 1 FHIGIDAIRE I 1a

the gold sands, was later found to be meantime it is a fine thing to know that( 9:45 a. m. Worship Services ll '.I II .
equally efficient in separating the heavy two hundred more good-paying jobs will be a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting -

. minerals from the light quartz sand of Trail provided in Bradford County for those who each Wednesday evening at I THERE: 'S JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE
1 7:30, Teachers meeting each Sat- : a I Come in! Register! Get FREE Clue Sheet to Help You Win !
and born. make the in }
Ridge another industry: was find they cannot grade an era urday at 7:30 p. m.-Pastor E. C.' w wh I
The significance that the establishment of paced by the "more efficient" big scale opera- Harvey and Sunday School Supt. Made only by General h I II
the second mining.operation in this area will tions which Secretary Ezra Taft Benson W. C. Hardee. j Motors Corp. All other I T 1 COME IN to our store 4 Answer her first question: from

have on Starke and environs can hardly be seems to favor. leachers for the coming I Electric Refrigerators are I 2 Register and get free Clue the Clue Sheet-win a vaia-
I Sheet able pnze-and you are on
are Ona Hardee made by other companiesand I "
Ladies Class; your way to a jackpot
.. John Bennett, :Men Class; Young I cannot use the word I 3 Betty may phone you-during
Peoples Class, Sinnie Prescott; In- Frigidaire. I Westinghouse Pro Football 5 Nothing to buy no letters

;F< '. = Let's Let Our Voice Be Heard termediate Girls, Francis Eunice; l ,I telecasts to write. Come In Today!

-<1'\ Boys; Homer Smith; Jrs. Girls,!I Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE I

c Farmers. of Bradford County will have an stabilization of prices for the livestock industry Primary Ellen Norman Girls;,Boys Amanda, Ann Harvey; '' I ? ? SISTRUNK FEED! & SEED

opportunity Saturday morning to voice their ? son; Bovs Leon Hamilton:Wilkin-'I}

opinions concerning the agricultural program Would a flexible price support program, I ners, Nellie Wilkinson, THEN SEE

now being shaped up by Congress for its ranging between 75 and 90 per cent of parity, j I darvis and Cradle Roll; Mary! 39
next session beginning in January. adjust production and require less controlsover Ceil Bennett. j E.- H. SMITHTenth .
This opportunity will be afforded when a the operations of farmers? Jeanette Griffis is spending a --oP-42f

Congressional committee on agriculture How can the program for the dairy industry week in Fort Lauderdale with her and Temple Ave. q

stops at the courthouse in Starke on its tour be improved? uncle and aunt Mr. and :Mrs. El-I Starke, Fla. you CAN 8*SU8Eeen _. .;, ti g1tf

of many areas of the South, seeking answers How can the small farmer survive in a bert Griffis. j I : : _. _
from farmers and other leaders as to the machine age of large scale. farming opera :Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Padgett -o-::, -- _
type of program that Congress should fosterin tions? and children spent Sunday with'I
Padgetts father Bud Mosley
1954. Assuredly, there are no pat answers to any In :Middleburg.
The questions facing the committee are of these questions and But i ia is E.
problems. it C.
i was a business
many and complex and there will probably good thing to see members of Congress at visitor to Jacksonville Friday. of the 5
be no pat answers to any of them. Amongl Earl Padgett family, Thedore 7thrdtopS"This
them are these: least trying to get at grass roots opinion and and Floyd Norman, Mary Helen

Do farmers have adequate sources of especially in the South, where most farming Henderson, Gunita Mosley and

credit, on satisfactory terms? has not yet assumed the big scale operationthat Mr. McGee attend the boxing

Would government-insure4. loans by banks is so common in the MidWest.We bouts In Jacksonville. Ford Victoria is America's

and other private lending agencies, at reason- hope that our Bradford County farmers Mrs. Lily Herndon is a patientin winning heart. =

able interest rates and running up to ten will give some thought to these matter. Orange Park hospital.

years, speed up conservation work? and meet with members of the committee Uncle at this Giff time.Norman is some better And no wonder it's America's "best-dressed" carl!

What are cattlemen's ideas for long-range when they stop here Saturday morning.days ; The girls around here have re-

ceived their class rings. After 12
9ryyyyY.YTTTTTTTTTTYYTTY recently.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roberson years of school know they are lq. s
: and Mrs. G. E. Green and combined business with pleasurelast proud of them.

BROOKERGrace daughters, Shirley and Linda Monday and Tuesday on a tripto Its real wet here at Highland J
Gayle. were Sunday visitors of the Daytona Beach. but it doesn't hinder the pulp wood j I

Frank Tinneys in Perry. We are very happy to report I men they work right on.
G. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards that Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry I! The men will work at the church I
I and family were visiting the Ronald are much better this week but Sunday
Robertson of Robertson's'i Barnetts in Jax last Sunday. still confined to their beds. week-I school rooms. We are proud of this I
Both families enjoyed a picnic at great building. The Lord does
Jewelers in Gainesville has givena end guests included Mrs. Barry I
clock to the Brooker Junior High|the Jax zoo. brother, Nathan Tillis, and his I!$I I bless us in every good work. s
j Hazel Griffis
School. t :Mrs. Lottie Edwards and son wife, and Mr. Barry's sister, Mrs.; spent Friday in 'e
j Jacksonv Ue.
The first Brooker P. T. A. was Harry were visiting relatives in L. D. Lynn, of Dade City, also Mr.j I

held Thursday night, Sept. 24, in i(Jacksonville last Sunday and Mrs. J. R. Crews, :Mr. and I
the school cafeteria, at 8 p. m.i :Mrs. L. A. Mott had as her Mrs. C. W. Tompkins of Jacksonville -;' MONUMENTS i

Mrs. R. C. Groover had as her I guests recently her mother, Mrs. and :Mrs. R. A. Brannen of

guest last Thursday her sister,I i Rita Brown of Dunnellon and aunt Starke.Mr. I -'Low SfPRiC' s7I I
Mrs. B. M. McRae, and daughter,'!Mrs. Jim Douglas of Gainesville. and Mrs. G. E. Green entertained !
Shirley, of Pine Level. I Mrs. H. B. Schofield has return- a group of relatives last I I II FINEST QUALITY I

Sunday guests at the home of!i ed to her home after attending a Saturday night with a fish fry. No Extra
Mr. and Mrs. Rasty Mann were family reunion at Columbus, Ga. Among those attending were: Mr. Charge
John and Theeney Freeman, Mr. The Brooker Baptist W. M. U. and Mrs.. R. K. Dukes of Lake For Setting In Or Near .!
and :Mrs. Jim Williams and Mr met last Tuesday afternoon and Butler, Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, Mrs. STARKEWrite
and :Mrs. R. C. Groover. Wednesday night for a Season E. J. Lewis and family, Mrs. Tom: j I ,
Mrs. Russell Green had her:]of Prayer program for Home Missions Markey, Mr and Mrs. Frank Tin- i isr.la +< w

brother Bill Thomas of Jacksonville Mrs. M. O. Harrell, pro-ney,I and sons, and Kenny Green. t t
as a house guest for several gram chairman, was in charge. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney and .i! I r-o

sons of Perry visited relatives in'I ..
Brooker over the weekend. They I IATLASTIC If you'd be satisfied with 1 just So many folks have made the y
ALL TYPES PEST CONTROL! were Sunday luncheon guests of For Free Folder an ordinary car, you don't want Victoria their new car choice recently -

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Markey. a Ford. But if you want a car that it's become America's .

CITRUS SPECIALIZING GROVE SPRAYING IN to Mrs.her home Mary here Green after has spendinga returned ESTAIUSHEO MEMORIALS.1930 that's priced right down with No. 1 "hard-top.: '! Drop in and B O]}d lCtO J fa

week with relatives in and near Its FOREST ST. I I ordinary cars, yet out of the judge for yourself Only then will
Lar;e or Small Worthington Springs.We II I ordinary: in style, then you do you ,know why the Victoria's the

COMPLETE EXTERMINATING SERVICE are sorry to hear that o u JACKSONVILLE flORIDA want a 1953 Ford Victoria! best-seller! -.r .. ,,.... Worth more when you buy it. .."
cook at school, Mrs. Mattie Sowell, k k ,
FOR HOUSEHOl D PESTS AND TERMITES is on the sick list, and hasn't been .. ,:: :" Hi CrwJmor bod1it huBligMl '2,. t Worth more idien you sell it!
able to work this week. We wish
Pest Control & Chemical Co. PHONE
you a speedy Miss 218 t
recovery Ma $ ,,, gat vi&XtfunCmiltdl
2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville Fla. tie. I I

Mrs. Rosa Pinholster spent last COLONIALFLORIST I I + i,*. .
week with \
visiting son Guy a ridI
',family in Jacksonville. I:
.., Julian and Betty Green we H I I I
Truly Expert over visiting from Jacksonville with Julian's last parents weekend ,

the Dave Greens. I FLOWERSFor

Radio, And :Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes and '
;Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton are[ All Occasions

SERVICEALL home from a three weeks vacation -
trip to Windsor Ontario,I
'i Canada. While there the four (j)1) \,
j spent one weekend at Niagara 4y
Falls N. Y, and the Hamiltons
FREE ESTIMATES C.l ft wfft! TorJomatic, h'l got wring and ifcodtobtorber
CALL 239 spent week ,.
visiting with
relatives DISH GARDENS Orarrfnvt or Cofl action. foam rubber moot ;
in Rochester, N. Y. EDl'Outehome
If, grf 0* oil, V3in
Most Experienced Finest Equipped they
\ stopped over at Camp POTTERY I'.D.\.I''. H.low-p ics Cdtff
| j Gordon Ga.. to visit with
Satisfaction Guaranteed
..Hayes' son. Wee. We hear thY POTTED PLANTS
11 had a wonderful time.
Chas. C. t W. H. Hayes .had as his guests Flowers JViredAnyuhere
ShephetdRadio I ANDREWS
|I 'last week friends from Ft. Camp I MOTOR CO.Madison

1 TV Sales & Service Seat Cover| bell, Ky.
11 i I The G. E. Greens had as their .
PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.J Nona St. Starke
guest last Sunday afternoon Mr.
I'land .... ,
Mrs. -
Barnett -- --
and sons J & Adams
-- Sts. Phone 118
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Clifton-Webb StarsIn tries to understand children. Not j i R Ti ter, Mrs. Jack Bales, and familyin Jacksonville at the Ottis Austin played for the group to see. At

'Mr. Scoutmaster'At till Scoutmaster he is tricked for into the becoming Boy Scout a TheySew i. : s tU.1L the Orlando area. Grandin.fishing camp at Lake Mundy near/the close of the evening delicious

Floyd Kemp of Atlanta, Ga. I refreshments were served. Jlrs.I .
does he really learn the work-
r Florida Sunday troop spent several days last week with About twenty-five guests were
ings of the :young mind, much to I Ii .I H. C. Wainwright and Mrs. L. II
his father, W. P. who is
Kemp in attendance at a stork shower
his discomfort at times. 'A Fine Seam'Eleven i i i Futch were co-hostesses with Mrs.
Clifton Webb again turns his i suffering an attack of arthritis. j I
I honoring Mrs. Hubert Priest at Roberts on this occasion.
talent to comedy in "Mr. Scout- Adding to the comedy situationsis I Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Mrs. J.
the home of Mrs. G. W. Roberts
master". showing at the Florida young George Winslow, the little Home DemonstrationClub r I i f S. Norman spent last Friday with REVIVAL
Theatre this Sunday and Monday. i boy with the fog horn voice Women attended the two-day I I I relatives in Jacksonville. I from eight to ten o'clock on Fri-

Frances Dee, who has returned to ,who has the role of energetic Cub Clothing Workshop held in the Mr. and :Mrs. Luther Hilliard; ]day evening of last week. After a Revival now in progress 'at

., the screen after a long absence, Scout. His faithful attachment to Woman's Club in Starke on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Steve Starling, Jr. pleasant hour of entertaininggames I Hope Baptist Church. Pastor

heads the supporting cast which Webb gives the picture much of and Wednesday of last week. 3 .ir and children Barbara, Joyce, Mitchell -1, and contests, the honoreewas Merle Backham evangelist. Serv-

also Includes a group of 280 Boy its comedy and a great portion of The sessions were conducted by and Karen, spent the weekend presented with numerous ices each evening 7:30p.m. Everyone -

Scouts. its heart-warming qualities. Miss Dorothy Ross, home demonstration with relatives and friends of gifts which she opened and dis cordially invited to attend.

"Mr. Scoutmaster" tells_ the Webb's attempts to learn Boy agent, and :Miss Katherine

,hilarious story of a stiff, snappishman Scout camping tricks prove hilar- Simpson, clothing specialist from 1 k'' r I
who in the course of selling I iously funny and get him into all :the Tallahassee office. _
This LUXURY Model
a breakfast food on a TV program I kind of awkward situations. Leaders from the various Home

, --- Demonstration clothing problems clubs in brought to work their on. 1953 OE REFRIGEAT

FOR QUALITY ', They learned the colors and lines
; j1 -> '- ATTENDING A CLOTHING WORKSHOP here last week were (left
best for them individually, and,received -
i'N to right) Mrs. E. L. Cox, Miss Dorothy Ross, )[rs. B. M. McRae, Miss
..... instruction in measurementand
\ Katherine )[ J. L. Gentry, Mrs.
Simpson rs. Wt'SleylcRap, and Mrs.
altering patterns accordingly,
\ and were given pointers on cuttingout T. J. Alderman. attending the workshop but not shown in picturewere

; Ioo Itand d garments. They will returnto Mrs. Eldon Sapp Mrs. Tullie Norman, Miss Rosa Moore, Mrs.

compare their communities and clubs to Vernon Slade, Mrs. Meade, and Sirs. T. W. Markey.son. .
pass on the information and help
t ... received the "By Christmas there will be fabrics and what "
J : at workshop. they will do, J/i Fi
'f "There have been more changes 24 man-made fibers, whereas there Miss Simpson said. Vcilue.R Jn Features ,

II' .. in sewing in the last five years I,was a time when the buyer could ,
11P 41"1': (' due to the fact that there are so I purchase only cotton, wool, silk, i
and later Therefore there cause it is ,so useful and appropriate -
many man-made fibers and blendson < rayon. I
Yi. the market," said Miss SimpHAMPTON is a need for more knowledge of for Florida climate.

A\1.F\ exa are! business, has been promoted and Howell Williams.We .
TTT TTTTTTTTTT has moved from Gainesville to are very proud of Lamar
? Brown, the electrical .,
Orlando.H. young genius !
The World's, EosIesMo-Clecn fi'
in our school. Last he II .
W. Priester and daughter, week ,
Venetian Blinds Sibyl of Palatka and Mr. and Mrs.J. repaired the school radio which _ _

Duchess All-Flexalum Venetian Blinds by Mrs. Wm. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA G. Adkins were in Macclenny had to speak for the last six years. 1l
Friday evening to help their father After that achievements Mrs. Per- i
give yeu so much more for your moneyso J. W. Priester, celebrate his .kins asked him to work on her
much more style, more quality I radio which has been
Miss Ruth Vivian Searle 73 rd birthday.Mr. whispering s
morn valuet And they're so to for the last six
easy Weds William John Allen : and Mrs. Clyde McQuerryof months. After
clean Just a swish of a damp cloth Jacksonville Saturday school Lamar went over to Mrs.
Miss Ruth Vivian Searle, U. S.
makes dirt disappear. Duchess AH- Perkins' home and in few min-
guests of the U. D. Dyals. a
N., daughter of Mr. 'and :Mrs.
I Look for MMDucktti Flexalum Blinds stay beautiful John E. Hammond of Starke, was Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaskinsand utes he had the radio blaring forth

It. Your SM -hold their loveliness year married on Saturday, Sept. 12, in children of Palatka spent the like a loud speaker at a Demo- l

; Gsn/tee ot after year And they're unconditionally the parsonage of Dutch Reform weekend with Mrs. Ena Nazworth cratic National Convention. We '

QUALITY DISTINCTION and guaranteed! Church, Nutley, N. J., to William and family. I predict a bright future in electronics I '

.,. John Allen, U. S. N.. son of :Mr. Walter Griffin is visiting in for this embryonic Edison. ] _
I The ladies of the
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL and Mrs. William John Allen of Georgia.P. i Baptist Church sA
Plymouth, Pa. F. C. Morris Nazwcrth of of Hampton generously provided :
Rev. Arthur C. Roosenraad of- Fort Jackson S. C. returned to his! dessert for our school lunch Mon-
GASSETT EXCHANGE STOREPhone ficiated. base, and Mrs. Nazworth and :day. Each child had a large squareof

Attendants at the ceremonywere daughter Debbie returned to Jack- angel food cake topped with .
Mr.'and Mrs. Francis BoothJr. sonville Sunday after spending a golden icing. This is just another
207-W Starke, Fla. week with their mother Mrs. Ena illustration of the wonderful coop-
of Nutley, who gave a recep- ,
eration which exists between i
Nazworth. our 11
tion for the newlyweds at their
: -... home on Prospect St. Sunday guests of the W. W. churches and our school. We ap-

Both Mr. and Mrs. Allen wore I Hammond's were :Mr. and! Mrs. preciate the donation very much.

PECIAL SALE their white uniforms, the bride j H. W. Baker and family and Mr. Aline Stokes from Graham en-
: 5 wearing an Orchid. ,and ,:Mrs. John E. Hammond of tered school last week. We wel-
come most heartily.The .
4' Mrs. Allen, a graduate of Brad- Crystal Lake.

: Fir i Unite( !list mtj at nest Btrdci Dealers ford High School, is a Wave stationed Mrs. Nita White of Daytona have finished fourth ana fifth grades \VthPLUSau
at Bainbridge, :Md. Beach is spending this week in a unit of study on

1 Mr. Allen is a graduate of Ply- town. "Forest Facts". We are very proudof : %

I mouth High School, Plymouth, :Mr. and Mrs., M. L. Watterson Elbert our booklets. J44!! Found in $$500 Refrigerator
Pa. and is also stationed at Bain- had a family dinner Sunday. Their Doley spent Sunday
Md. I entire family was all together: with their grandmother in Glen
1D bridge, St. Marys. This i G-E Refrigerator is unmatched in hs category and is un-
Mrs. Jessie Chastain spent the :Mr. and :Mrs. Archie Eiland of
weekend in Lake City. i Homasassa, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Bobby Savage visited St. Au- matched in its classification h is a deluxe automatic defrost

Frank Brown left Sunday after- ,,Watterson of Starke, and the Donald gustine over the weekend. refrigerator complete with fo-w u! !'wl! ?'erftle! ROTO-

noon for the fall term at the Uni- :McMahones and son Donnie. Sixth-five of our pupils and all :g' COLD Refrigeration.
versity of Florida. I Guests of Rothelle and Tracy of our teachers were in both

:Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gentry of:Jones on Sunday were Wayne Ed-:church and Sunday School last .
: ;!'wards, Reginald Underhill and Sunday. -
Keystone Heights spent Monday :
evening with their parents, Mr.I Bruce :Magee of Starke and Louie!II 145 W. Call St.

and Mrs. George Saxon. I Prevatt and Durwood Dortch of Recent Births G J MCGRIFF ,

Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon were I Waldo. :I I PHONE 229
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. William Phillipsof Mr. and Mrs. George Edward
. Saxon. I Jacksonville visited his sister Alexander Fortunas announce the .
Mrs. George i I APPLIANCES
Mrs. P. L. Morris Jr., :Mrs. An- Mrs. C. A. Cox and Mr. Cox last birth of a daughter, Josephine Starke, Fla.

I nie Priester and :Mrs. Gladys Millsof week. I Harriett, on Sept. 21 in St. Vin- .
:Macclenny visited Mrs. J. G. Mr. and Mrs. :M. L. Watterson I cent's Hospital. Mrs. Fortunas is -

Adkins on Wednesday.Mr. and, :Mr. and :Mrs. Donald McMa- the daughter of Rev. and Mrs

r0 and Mrs. V. A. Renfroe and hone and son, Donnie, are spend- Raymond E. MacBaline.

children of Lake Butler have mov- ing the week at their cottage in You serve Coca-Cola
i v fRE Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray of
ed in the Alderman house near Cedar Keys. Jacksonville
formerly of Starke.
9 Adkins Filling Station. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox visited
,, announce the birth of a son on
Rev. John Childress, pastor of ,Mr. ar.i Mrs. G. P. Smith of Jacksonville -
Sept. 21 in St. Vincent's Hospital.
er tu/s. t ,a N the Christian Church for the past over the weekend.Mr. .

two years, has resigned. Mr. Chil- and Mrs. E. A. Thomas of vvm.vvvvyv..n..vLAYTEY with assurance
dress, who is in the Insurance Eustis were recent guests of his
11'sister and brother-in-law, :Mr. and \ ,

DELUXE Mrs. Wallace Collins. ','
:Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clouse of ""-
MODEL I by L. H. Futch Ii <
Chef Travis City, Mich., who were ,
Magic Range I' You know guests enjoy the matchless, ,
78 moving to Bradenton, were recent AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASumter
guests of the Don Hill's. delicious flavor of Coke.
Harley of Jacksonvillewas
Donald McMahone of the Merchant -
Marines, arrived home Friday visiting his mother, Mrs. A. You know you're serving the best 3 .
H. Harley last Saturday.Mr. '
to spend a month with his .. know it too. s ,
they .
-". and Mrs. Dan Wainwrightof ,
.. :::: wife and son and Mr. and }..Irs.M. .
Exclusive Features L. Watterson, Jacksonville were visiting relatives Serve it ice cold, right in the bottle. Iy' -

:M!. and Mrs. Jesse Brannen,I here on Sunday.
OXE-PIECE TOP BURNER EXIT Among those attending to busi;
I Preston Nettles and Mrs. :M. B. .
Exclusive! Two ness in Gainesville on Saturdayof .... .
\ top burners and Layfield were Saturday dinner ..
drip an !In unit. CatchesIpWO"eI'l last week were Mrs. Joyce .. .
trey one guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Raleigh \. + '
lifts like a leather, Brannen, the occasion being the I Futch, Mrs. H. C. Kelley, Mrs ", -,-.-. -
Jack Brassell, and :Mrs. Frances 1 \"
washes lIke a plate. Burners are 4th birthday of their son Ardell. ,,- i(
Hamilton.Mrs. :
Boa-clog, simmer-set. Instant, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Eddy ( { .J
automatic top lighting. and son, Harry of Waldo, and Mr. : Hawkins and children of j:1..ie ,- {

and Mrs. H. D. May attended Archer were guests of Rev. and l ......J -
SWING OUT BROILER Mrs. George Purga. :
church at St. Augustine on Sun- '
Exclusive! Open the door and the Mrs. :Mae Wells and son, Ernest. \ /- r.

broiler swings out, ready for use. -- day.Mr.. and Mrs. Edgar Price of spent the weekend with her daughCHARLEY \ y1 t-'
Convenient, smokeless. Fun to fix I .
Forest Hill, N. Y. called on their J
sizzling[ savory steaks.GU.R."TEED. ,
sister, Mrs. Russell Dyal and hus-
band on Tuesday. / \ A

Each: range is guaranteed for one SCHOOL NEWSOn \ J

year against defects In workmanship Thursday of last week the 7 \ I

or material. Burners are eighth grade boys began levelingoff

guaranteed for life. the softball field. Sacks of II
straw will be used for the bases.

There were 423 lunches servedin I
the cafeteria last week. We are 4

having delicious turkey dinners

Priced As Low As every Friday. The P. T. A. has 1 xC .3 Y Is

v bought a slicing and shredding
machine for the lunchroom and we

are enjoying. shredded cabbageand

The carrots.lovely hollyhocks which Mr.:

s2OSNO I Bedenbaugh planted on our campus -
I are in full bloom. E. JOHNS & SON

I 8th Grade PersonalitiesAllen I about this questionI ,

I Cochrane is the son of!

'Mrs. J. C. Cochrane of Theressa.1
MONEY DOWNUSE He lives with his mother sneezed and my upper plate

.. YOUR OLD RANGE I brother, Bobby, who is attending, flew out the car window and : y.
Bradford High School in Starke.
was crushed by a passing
PAYMENTCompletely Allen was born in Macon, Ga. but
TUNE IN ON WRUF I Can I collect for loss
has lived in Florida most of his my under

FOR Installed life. He is 14 years old, five feet the 'extended coverage of

two inches tall, and weighs 101 my Household Fire policy /

SONS OF THEPIONEERS LONG TERMS TO PAY dislikes pounds. Allen likes to ride horses, which covers vehicle damageto r
sweeping floors, and plans ,
Payments As Low As $8.71 Per Month to be a road patrolman when he! my personal belongings?

grows up. He attends Hope Bap- r-

Daily 12:30.12:15 1 CYLINDER GAS FREE tist On Church Thursday every of Sunday.last week Mr. 1 I t f ,. 9 F :" -. .

Bedenbaugh was not feeling wellso Charley E. Johns : ;
five of the eighth grade pupils
decided to follow the Scout's Code

CENTRAL f FLA. GAS & APPLIANCE CO. dusted and Mrs.do their a Perkins good classroom turn.they With after swept the schooL helpof and & Son Agency "'t STARKE lonUI UNDER COCA-COLA AUTHORITY Of BOTTLING THE COCA-COIA COMPANY COMPANY IT

Those who helped were: Willow "Colt"is a registered rede-mark. I"J.THE COCA-COIA: COMPANY
PHONE 5fl1 V, STARKE FLA. Ruth Hammond, Iris McCullough, Phone 13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

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PAO. ;..FOUE _ _ _ _ _ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER % 1953
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WMU Board Assigns Jeannette Harris The minimum wage paid to all''ance with Plan Speufica'-on: fc"d
labor employed on the above project Special Provision if the STau' i. '..d
I Members To Circles Becomes Bride I shall be $1.00. 10.75 and $0.75 per Department. Special attention :.3:
; hour respectively, for skilled intermediate called to Notice to Qualified Con
and unskilled labor. tractors" and any Special ProVi-, >,ins
: Officers AnnouncedCircle Of R. C. Crews The terms (1) 'light excavation." contained in the Proposal Form.
(z) "medium excavation," and (3) Plans and/or Proposal Forms will
"heavy excavation as used herein- be furnished to Qualified Contractors -
membership assignmentsfor
, i ( j,: _.. i; j above indicated respectively (1) upon application to this office
the new year, beginning Oct.: less than 8000 Cu. Yds. per mile for the sum of $25:! ,09 per set. Extra
,: 1, were designated at a meeting of I ((2) 8000 to 19,000 Cu. Yds. per mile setsof Plans may be purchased for
Winners and (3)>> more than 15,000 Cu. Yds. $10.00 per set. The Standard Sp 'ificatlons -
Mooty the executive board of the Baptist .4!; per mile.A may be purchased for $1.0i'
Gladys WMU held Monday night. They Proposal Guaranty consistingof per copy. Plans with or without
Phone 35 I either a certified check, cashier's Special Provisions may be purchased -
are as follows: 1 check, trust company treasurer's by fabricators for $10.00 per set.
---- rsSs- sitflsssr__ In Circle One (Lorena Epperson):: I .. '*heck or bank draft of any nationalor \O HEFtMJ WILL BK )IDE: FOR
Sn rflSrfl --- 1t"SI I state bank. in the amount stated .ty OF TUB .\80\E CHIKGES
0 Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, leader; bi above made payable to the Chair- FOR PLANS AND PHOTOS'tt.'
Garden Club Jim Ritch Elected HairStyle dames Guy Lee, E. Lawson, D. L. man of the State Road Department. FOHM S.Proposal.
must accompany each bid. All Forms will not be issued
Gussie Durden L. G.
ToHeadPTA Thomas. checks or drafts shall have been issued unless
Launch Meetings I request is received at least
To Powell, E. Ilnnon W. J. Epperson within 60 days of the date for 24 hours prior to opening bids.

EventThe For Current Year A Sr., R. A. Thomas, Jesse receiving bids. Certified checks I The right is reserved to reject any
With Supper shall have the necessary State of or all bids.STATE .
Newsome, Geo. Anderson, Florence Florida's Documentary Stamps at- ROAD DEPARTMENT
Starke Garden Club will] J, W. (Jim) Ritch c! the State Warren. tarhed.The OF FLORIDA
: name of the bidder and the Richard H.
hold its first meeting of the year Farm was elected president of : : eo Circle Two (Daisy Fowler): Mrs. applicable Project Number should Sam P. Turnliull Simpson State Chairman Highway I

Monday evening with a covered the Starke Parent-Teachers Association Maxie Carter, leader; MesdamesW. be shown 01 the check or draft. Engineer.

dish supper at 6:30: o'clock in the for the 1953-54 term at ShowB' B. Roper, D. L. Silcox, T. B. .1 All work is to be done in accord 9 25 %t 10,2

Parish House on Church street. the initial.meeting held last weekIn : : Harding, Edna Hutchinson, 0__ -

.),{embers are asked to bring the school cafeteria. Mr. Ritch'replaces Charles Darby Coy Stephenson; PHOTOGRAPHY Hallmark Featurelock

prospective members as guests for Robert Davison who accepted 0 Julia Bryant E. C. Priest, L. U. Black & White CARDS WEDDING

the evening. I a teaching position in Winter '-,.,* Morgan. E. W. Hayes Lavern or Color

-Interesting gardens seen "by Haven. ", jI :0'. Outlaw, Ruth Morse. "I.. ,;, SETS

members of the cfub during their: I Other officers elected were: i ." ,.of t -Ii Circle Three (Ida Darby): Mrs. S BIBl..ES S
.... ... _
will be the Edward Hall, vice-president; '
summer vacations on Mrs. Garl Mathews, leader; Mesdames RELIGIOUS

program for discussion. Also on Mrs. Wilma Dockstader, secretary; WINNERS: in the hair style show staged last Friday night are pictured B. T. Thomas, G. H. Bennett, H. CA5IERASFILM SUPPLIES WATCHES

the program, Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. C. L. Sholl, treasurer. ibove. First prize winner, Miss Janice Dansby (seated center) wearIng L. Hough. A. J. Thomas O. O. S SPftAl'fl

will review sweetpea planting. I The new president made the style created by Mrs. Ruby Johns. Seeond prize Mrs. I). D. Webb, EsteUe Forman, I. E. Clark, $ JEWELRY
Hostesses for the evening will committee appointments: "
following G. B. Flynn Floyd Green W. L. S
Fancher, (right) modeling style created by Sirs. Mural Gardner. Third
be Mrs. Paul Raymond, Mrs. T, B. Mrs. Russell Norman, finance Andrews. FINISHING S
prize, Mrs. Arthur Louden, (left) wearing style fashioned by Mrs. liar-
Harding. Mrs. M. F. Hazen andTklrs. chairman; Mrs. K. G. Duncan Circle Four (Dora Alderman): i

., S. E. Spark' membership; Mrs. Cornelius ald Hazelwood. :Mrs. L. N. Pickering, leader; Mesdames I Dealer For PICTURE

Moore, publicity J. T. Lawson. L. A. Canova, Ann Parker, Miss Jeannette Harris, daughter -I CRAPfGRAFLEX

Dinner Party, moral education; Mrs. T. H. Slade, Miss Lucille AlvarezIs A black-face skit depicting a H. A. Lawson, Ada Alexander,>C.j of Mr. and :Mrs. Buddy Harrisof I / II I PAINT SETS
I Starke became the bride of R.I
homeroom mothers; Mrs. T. F. "Courtroom in Heaven" was a G. Dickerson L. O. Hazen, S. E. AXSCO fIIIIIflflT41
Shower HonoreeThe '
For Reddish : highlight of the hair C. Crews, son of Mrs. J. L. Crews
Dolph M. R. style show
Landrura, hospitality; Mrs. Sparks, D.W. Moore M. F. Hazen. I POLAROID IJ.LLLLU 1REVERE
refreshments staged by the CBU Unit, National and the late Mr. Crews also of
H. Slade
Judd T.
; A. E. McKinney, Dora Alderman. j
educational buildIng
Airman Second Class Dolph ,legislation; L. H. Gibson! safety; Baptist Association of Beauticians ana Circle Five (Helen Masters): 'Starke, in a candlelight ceremonyon S S'

Reddish was honored guest at '8 Miss Audrey Newman, library was the scene of a lovely miscellaneous Cosmetologists, in the American Mrs. F. B. Beard, leader; Mes- Saturday evening, Sept. 12, at KODAK STATIONERYOpposite
shower eve-
delightful dinner party Saturday services; Mortimer Alpren, school Legion Hall Thursday night of last dames F. Register Sr., F. F. .8:30 o'clock in the New Congre- Florida Theatre

evening given by Miss Shirley educaUon Jack Trawick, health ning honoring Miss Lucille Alvarez week. gational Methodist Church. The Phone 265 Starke, Fla.
: ; ; Flume, L. A. Wynn. H. L. Brown- i
bride of
Carpenter at the home of her who will become the Rev. C. H., Rhoden, pastor of the
The skit was written and .
Mrs. T.
T. Long, publications; lee, Madge Futch, W. H. Walters "11III ----u--
Mizell Saturday evening. '
parents Mr. ,and'Mrs. D. W Car Mrs.: R. A. Green Founders' Day; Ben Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. directed by James Alvarez, and P. M. Barefoot, W. N. Norris, J. church, performed the ceremony.i, -, ,

penter. and Mrs. Howard H, Wait, citizenship. Miss Ross those taking part were Hazel B. Sapp, Nezzie Strickland J. R.,I The bride, given in marriage by .. -' lEI : _,_,_ ,_ __

Enjoying the occasion with the Paul Raymond Dorothy Mrs. Olin, Phillips, Margaret Miller, Marian Chasteen, Jr., J. A. Griffin, L. G.I'I[her father, had as her maid of
Mrs. H. C. Broadway,
hostess and honor guest were A motion to divide the local ; Henderson. Ruth Broadway, Ray Hemingway, L. D. Haines, J. R.I honor Miss Voncille Rhoden who HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT
White, Jr., Mrs. Wesley '
Miss Mary Frances Hazen, Miss chapter into two organizations be- j Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Sr. and Mrs. Guertin, and Sylvia Paulk.A Taylor. I wore a light blue suit with navy '

of the increased size and I musical program under: the P. T.Nolm accessories. Her corsage was of'
yvonne Barren,, Clinton Norman cause M. L. Lawson.A Doris Knight Circle: Mrs. 301 1-2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301
the fact that the high school direction of Mrs. Geraldine Sylva l.eader; Mesdames N. B. pink carnations.
llea4e Lewis. and white scheme was
pink was another feature of the show Buddy Crawford served as best
serves the entire county was de Paul Raymond, Robert
I feated. effectively carried out in the I and included a vocal solo by Miss Rosier Barksdale, O. A. Wiggins, Hazel man and Johnnie Shadd and Billy 9 Regular Meals Weekly Specials
floral set at vantage points
pieces Aliese Lawson; piano numbers by Ethel Hogan were ushers.
'" tall Gay, Frances Dansby, Fountain Service
the hall. And
'-' i WCTU Meeting throughout I Miss Julia Futch;' quartette numbers Graves, N. S. Dankel R. A. Col- Mrs. Betty Lou Hagan, pianist I
O- potted palms in the background;
played the traditional
This Afternoon lent charm to the setting. The by Barbara Matchett Gladys son Ned Yancey, J. E. Hardy, wedding I SPECIALSUNDAY
table was overlaid Bundy, Frances Dodd, and Caro- J. E. Hildebran, May Hatcher I

...,..tI The September meeting of the refreshment cutwork lyn Crews; a dance by Suzy Ruth Baker, Dave Paulk, Myrtice The bride chose for her weddinga

-. ,II Laura Scott Union, W. C. T. U. with a lovely imported with silver Broadway; and marimba solos by Dennis, L. H. Outlaw, James navy blue suit with which she DINNERS

will be held on this Friday at cloth and centered and a white Carolyn Crews. Lewis J. T. Lawson, Miss Wilma wore white accesories. Her dor-

3:00 p. m. in the parlors of the container holding pink Alexander. sage was of white carnations. .
Magnolia Hotel. At the last State carnations interspersed MizellAlvarezWedding Business Woman's Circle: :Mrs.A. Following the ceremony a reception THOMAS
f and white foli
I Convention the fiscal year was; flecked gypsophella leader Mesdames was held at the home of the i iI
were R. Norman, ;
changed from October to September age. Flanking the centerpiece Saturday Carrie Ingram !bride's aunt, Mrs. Edwin Smith.
three-branch candelabra holding Ruth Broadway, I GARAGE & SERVICE STATION
I 1. therefore this month's meet- carnations Sarah Lawson L. F. Dinkins E. Mrs. Crews was a student in

.ing will be a business, fellowship, pink and white The marriage of Miss Lucille McKnight, W. B. Mundy, Pearle the Starke junior high school. Mr. I
white flocked L.
II I[and dues-paying time. interspersed with Alvarez daughter of Mr. and Mrs.A. J. W. Abell, C. J. Crews is employed with Hum-
Schropshier, OPEN 24 HOURS
white foliage.
gypsophelia and ,
L. Alvarez, to Benjaman Mizell. phreys Gold Corporation.Woodmen .
Members are urged to be present were Houpt, Sue B. Miles J. D. Doyle
1 Flanking the centerpiece son of Mrs. Vera Mizell of Jack- Edmond Tenly, S EXPERT REPAIRS
or mail dues and offerings to three-branched candelabra holding Marguerite Hall, \
sonville, will be an event'of Saturday E. B.
Silcox, Circle
!I the local treasurer. Honorary dues burning white tapers. The candel- evening,. Sept. 26, at 7 A. H. Johns, Lacy Willie 0 WRECKER SERVICE
; from Temperance abra entwined with white net I' Searing, Gladys Gets New Officers
II will also be appreciated were o'clock in the First Baptist M. Denton, Marian Howe,
with shattered
1 men. ,puffs interspersed Church. Rev. L. D. Haines will 'i Frazier Shaw,
Sn Snnssnflfls !carnations. The silver trays, holding -I the nuptials. Guy H. Sale, Members of the Woodman's PHONE 211-J STARKE, FLA.
Tssss ,
: decorated cakes, also Leola Roberts, E. D. Patray
'1' 0 daintily Miss Alvarez has chosen her Mira j Circle met in the Hall Tuesday '
Linsin -
SCHOOLOF held nosegays of pink and white sister, Mrs. E. W. Black of Jack- Zylphia Lewis Pollett 0. L., Bertha Ful-|night. During the business meeting _, __ -, ,- = -- 'd- -_-- ,-vti 4c-.a.. ,/

VkcjotthiiigsiiiIiJc pompoms. The lace covered punch matron reek.,Shirley \ the nominating committee
!sonville, as f honor, and :
J. D. Seymour j IYYYVYYYVYYYVYYflYYYYyvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyIMiss
at one side of ler,. J. .
table was placed consisting of Mrs. W. L. Andrews,
,,4; BALLETClasses Ithe I bridesmaid 'will be Miss Jean G. J.
: J. O. Gay,
other side F. ,J.
the hall and on chairman, Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, Janice Dansby

0 aren't(({ Each were lace covered tables where the Mundy.Don Boyle of Jacksonville will McGriff, J.Crawford H. Moncrief, Lucille, Misses Alva.tez -[.Mrs. Thelma Wise, and :Mrs.Vil-

many lovely gifts were on display. 1izabeth i liemae Judd, presented the names
attend the bridegroom as best man Mc-
"Hot"ball-carriers cost pro teams Tuesday & Thursday j tMrs.-H. C,. Broadway met the Dorothy Ross, Delores l.of the officers for theyearrpast Winner Of Last Week's
and the ushers will be Owen Dyal Dorothy
plenty! ..and thiy'ra worth it! June Patel,
and in the receiving Knight,
Hard work, experience, and skill 5:00: 6:30 P.M. guests at the door of Winter Park Jack Alvarez of | president, Mae Jaudon; president,
line were Mrs. Paul Ray- Alvarez. Henrietta Hunt 1st V. P., Jessie
stamp their performance Superior Perry, and Eugene Fleming of officers have been :
." St. Edwards Recreation mond..------. Miss.--- Lucille Alvarez Mrs. Jacksonville.A The following Chastain; 2nd V. P., Ethel Ray-

You can say that again!..,about Hall A. L. Alvarez, mother of the bride-I reception will follow the elected for the new Lex year Green-: ; isi mond; Secy., Clyde Tomlinson; HAIR STYLING CONTEST
Sr., President, Mrs. I
Phone 244JflSSflsSSflflSnSSnn to-be, wedding in the church recreation 2nd Treas., Maude Andrews; chaplain.
They'ii superior performers, too. Mrs. Wesley Andrews, and Miss v.p.' Mrs. E. Lawson; Mrs.L. v.p.. Eulamae Conner; Attendant, Rose t :
40 years"know-how"plus bet. W. B. Mundy; secretary WAS
Ross. Mrs. Olin White, hall.All Mrs.
Dorothy Lee Ass't. Attendant Thelma tI
let design and materials make friends and relatives of the Dinkins treasurer, Mrs.G. ; I
the gift ;
to F.
them the "hottest" thing in oil Jr. directed the guests couple are invited to attend. literature chairman. I Wise; musician Mae Green; audi-

heating today. They cost a little display and Mrs. M. L. Lawson B. Flynn; community 'tor, Williemae Judd; captain, Eu-

lIor..thy'rt worth A LOT presided.over the punch bowl. Mrs. F. F. Flume; Mc- nice Wilson; drill team, May OUR MODELDesigned
Makes Plans Mrs.
MOREL Assisting in serving were Misses WSCS missions chm., chm., Mrs. Moore Lulu Hutto, Emily Denmark -

Eloise Thomas, Dorothy Alvarez, Knight; mission study Voncile Fronie Crews,
M PAr NOTHING Law- For, Study CourseThe Paul Raymond; children's home Kelly,
Pamela Faye
Patty Lawson. Sue Ella Chastain, Kathryn Col-
stewardship -
11.1*! ...U.IUIIIII1IUn son and Jean Mundy. Miss Janice regular business and program -" [I chm., Mrs. D.Mrs.W. Moore H. L., Hough; son, and Violet Thomas. 0 by Ruby Johns
Aliese chm.,
Dansby, pianist and Miss meeting of the MethodistW. fund. Also during the meeting Miss

Lawson. soloist rendered salon i held Monday afternoon -training school and Margaret Voncile Kelly was initiated into
.iaepiiiiLoo.Iuwct: !_ S. C. S. was A. Thomas; social chm.,
Come in for a free demonstra 'p/lITH- music during the appointed hours at 3:30 o'clock in the Mrs. Newsome, Mrs. J. T. the grove and the application of
tion. We'1!! prove to you there's ( 8 to 9:30: o'clock. church sanctuary with the presi- Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. T. Miss Kathryn Colson was accepted. -
better value in KRESKY.( You'll hostesses presented Miss Lawson. Mrs. F. J. LET US STYLE YOUR
The dent, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, pre-i chIn., Mrs. The officers for the circle will
agree it's worth a little more to HEARING AIDS Alvarez with the meat fork of F. Landrum; flower Mrs. be installed Oct. 27 by the Lake

liive..rVtettu. &;,l.le, I ;- I silver pattern as a siding. L. G. Powell; sunshine chm.,
her chosen handed in Butler Grove members. covered YOURPERSONALITY
Lawson prayer
of the occasion. H. A. ;
memento her resignation as vicepresidentand L. A. dish supper will be enjoyed by

C. H. Nasworthy bel 75 II"'...... ...IIMIIIILI ...u were One invited hundred to this and delightful fifty guests af j fill Mrs.the H.unexpired C. Ritch term.was elected Plans Ito Canova GUY Lee; ;publicity pianist people's, Mrs.director J. W.,I'everyone at 7:30: o'clock.BPWMemhers .

Ritch; young
CANOVAPHARMACY were made for the study courses J. E. Hilderbran. .
General Supplies Mrs.
fair.Mrs. "That The World May Know" by

A. L. Crosby, Jr. Charles Ransom to be held in At District Meet
232 E. Call St. Phone 19S-J] AssociationalRally
and the book of Jere- 'WMU
Hostess At PartyMrs. Mrs. Eight members of the Starke Johns Beauty ShoppePhone
Starke Florida Phone 1$0 Starke, FIa.99999999999999yyyyyyyyyf. miah to be held and in Mrs.January.Jack Mc- ScheduledAt BPW attended a District 3-4 meet- Ruby
Albert Lee Crosby, Jr. en- ChurchThe in Gainesville on Sunday, Sept.
Comb had charge of the devotional -I Heilbronn 149 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAA .
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tertained at a delightful get-ac- 13. Theme of the meeting was "A
which were combined -
quainted party Monday evening at and program dramatization entitled Heilbronn Baptist Church Blueprint for 1954". I
her home on Water street honoring Went Forth", Parts invites all churches' of the New It was announced that the November A.o.

1/ Mrs. Frazier Jones, who with i "A Sower taken by Mrs. G. S. New- River Association to attend aV 15 district meeting will ..

Mr. Jones moved here recently were Godwin, Mrs. MU Rally which will be held Friday -I be held with the Macclenny clubas
comb Mrs. Henry
from Ocala. Mrs. Merrill Struth, Oct 2, from 10 a.m. to host, and the Starke club will 8 PIECE
$0 Landrum kept the M. R. Judd, I __
Miss Frances Mrs. Jack McComb and Mrs. J, C. 2:30: p. m.Theme present part of the program on I $
guest book which was given to was closed of the meeting will be "Budgeting-Money, Time andTalent"
at the end of the Hobbs. The meeting LIVING ROOM
I the honor guest With by Mrs. Perryman. "Strengthen, 0 Lord, that which .
contests prayer
party. Various games and ( Thou has wrought", and Rev. C. Door prizes at the Gainesville
were played during the eveningand A. Crosby, pastor of Lindin Bat}.. meeting were won by Pauline 0 GROUPPhone

prizes were ,awarded to Mrs. BPW Club Met tist Church will bring the morn- Torode, Mildred Doyle, Desta Dyal,

Ardell Crosby Mrs. A. W. Ander- MondayNight ing message. He was formerly a and Ruth Broadway. Others attending I

son, Sr. and Mrs. Jones. pastor in this association for 29 I from here were Pat

'S- Following the contests, delicious The September meeting of the I years. Lambe Mildred Sapp, Margaret 95

refreshments were served by Mrs. Starke BPW Club was held Mon- The installation service will be I Miller, Della Rosenberg and guest. $149.

Crosby, assisted by Frances Lan- day night in St. Edward's recrea- held in the afternoon with :Mrs. Mrs. Pauline Dann. 80 Starke, Fla.

0 _0' drum. and Mary Agnes and Anne tion halL The program on public Alma Hough of Starke in charge.j

Matthews. were I affairs was presented by Margaret Waldo l OES SupperA 1 Sofa Bed

I Among those attending Miller who stressed that all women Gibson Home Scene 1 Coffee Table

Mrs. S. G. Denmark Mrs. Tommy for jury dutyas 1 chicken will be 1 Platform Rocker
0' ." should register pilau supper 2 End Tables
0 0 J. Thomas, Jr.,
Woods Mrs. A.
to Of Birthday PartyMrs.
an opportunity of service served by the Waldo Eastern Star Table Lamps
Mrs. Clayton Wise, Mrs. H. B. In- 1 Cocktail Chair 2
the community.The at the school cafeteria in Waldo I
gram Mrs. E. .L. Matthews, ?*rs.I District Director, Mrs. L. H. Gibson entertained!I Saturday night, Sept. 26, from 6 A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WILL DELIVER THIS

A. W. Anderson. Sr. Mrs. Ardell |Dorothy Patterson of St. Augus- at a delightful birthday party I I I to 8 o'clock. The public is invited TO YOU (
Mrs. Gibson. for her daughter, Gloria,
Crosby and Larry :Monday '
tine, was present to assist the !I to attend this benefit supper. <: I II
I who was celebrating her third an
Starke members in planning

Eastern Star Will "part on the program at the November niversary.The i .NOT1CK TO tO\TK.CTOHS I
held on the Gibe
was !
party Offiee Of The stale Koad
district meeting in Mac-
I Give Benefit DinnerThe son's lawn where a pink .and blue D.p.rt..t

MODEL No. 666-71-Ech- clenny. I color motif was carried out in the Tallahassee September, 21 Florida, 1933

ing IIIW "T*ftd." Both coins Order of Eastern 'Star will After the business session the i table decorations. The birthday C..tnC'tl.. And Malalehaare i

and bills removable from outer dinner Thurs- members went to the new homeof Program
a turkey on the refreshment iI
0 centered
sponsor on
Six protective wings Malone where social cake Sealed bids will be received at
lot pocktt cards, passes and phetot. 0 day, Oct. 1, in the American Legion a table was surrounded with coral Tallahassee Florida, from qualified I
will be hour was enjoyed. Gifts for her Contractors until lSi Aol 'u:.g." >> iI
Hall at 7 m. There
with .- p. vine. Games ;vere played duringthe
the Cth day of October 1S5J for
home were opened by Mrs. Malone on
Uatur a short program. afternoon and pinwheel favors the construction of the following
'i and refreshments were served by I
: Tickets are on sale at Sistrunk given to the eight youngsters projects:
$3.50 upROBERTS I;the hostesses, Mildred Doyle and were Federal Aid Project Jf.. P-ttS-3 (1>)>.

.- '''':--' Feed & Seed Co. and Koch's DrugStore I Loyree Hartmann. enjoying the party. Job No. 2802-201, State Road No.
Mrs. Gibson was assisted in 100. Bradford County between a
"'" 1Jam e. tpt ? / or may be obtained from I and point approximately C.S miles I
t _' member of the organizationor I CARD OF THANKS serving by her son Gerry, South of Starke.and Starke. Work
any Mrs. W. T. Jackson % consist of maintenance of traf. I
is askedto fic; removal of five, existing, I
at the door. The public
We wish to thank all
I our friends structures; constructing two triple
JEWELRY make reservations early so the ;and relatives for the kindness Beta Sigma PhiThe 10 x 7' and one double 10' x r box 1:2r: Similar To'Ljj.i I
culverts; one 120 concrete slab
committee will know how manyto I during our bereavement and bridge on concrete pllta; two __ Above Picture I

4 beautiful floral offerings. Also Beta Sigma Phi sorority concrete pipe culverts; regradlng; f1_ _
prepare for. paving the structure approacheswith _
"Your Friendly Jeiceler"Phone Proceeds of the dinner will be Dr. Barry and Mr Holliday. May will meet Monday evening at 8 **:Ocala Rock Base with Type I. I
God bless each .and everyone. -- o'clock at the home of Charlotte 2 Surf. Treat; and incidental "A Trial Is All We Ask" Come- n and See Us Today!
260 Starke Fla. for the building fund of the Masonic item A Proposal Guaranty in the I
Effie Johns and son Freeman Frees with Helen Malone as co- -
amount of 4.6GD.OO will be re-
Temple. Johns.: hostess. qu 'ecL .1 --, t

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I' 666I Mr. and Mrs.Charlie Cowen and I Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonvillewas Order Of Publication Andatire: To taken as confessed by yon.
Appears "State' Of Florida Tot This notice shall be published
son, Danny, were Friday evening the overnight guest Tuesday George
Dees whose residence and once each week for four consecutive
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. i of her sister, Mrs. W. E. Middle- address is: 307 Xorfolk Street.. Newark weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph '

L. Johns, Jr in Lake Butler. I ton. Dr. Middleton is spending You, New Jersey. .
are required to appear oa: Dated this 23 day of September EARL
Mr. and Mrs John Jones and i from Wednesday to Sunday in October 26. 195S in the above 1953.
Mrs. C. L. Jones of Lake City Ludowici Jessup and Hortense, named Court and cause wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Clerk of the Circuit Court;i
C IN THE NEWS were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Ga. visiting relatives.Mr. County Telegraph shall publish this E'y Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.l I
Mrs. C. H. Quick, Sr, and Mrs. Floyd Green and Order witness In next four weekly issues. 9/23 4t 10/16 i iII
my hand and official seal
I.I' .I .I 61.1 t :Mr. and 'Mrs. Marion Neil of Mr and Mrs. N. B. Rosier were at Starke Florida this September .
Tarpon Springs were Monday after in Jacksonville Sunday visitingMr. -*, U53.l .
Mr, and Mrs. Claude Crowson, Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, n,I : OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I.
; Mr, and Mrs..E. L. Matthews, Mr, and children, Ann and Pat, of noon guests of Mrt and Mrs. .' and Mrs.' C. H. Dittmar andnev. By :Marion As Clerk of sai-1 Court I
Charlie Cowen. baby. L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I
and Mrs. O. O. Webb and Alton ,Newnan, Ga. are spending ten Zaeh H. Douglas. 505 DA-EBIC COOK'SGROCERIES
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W.'Palmes and Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith and Bldg"l II :
Dobbs and daughter, Eloise, were !days with.Mr, and Mrs. L P. Shep- Florida.
among those from Starke to at .herd, Sr. children, Chris and Chase, spent family visited Mr. and Mrs. W. Attyu.for Plf. 9/23 4t 10/161, STARKE' FLA. i
Wednesday of last week visiting P. Bourgeois in Gainesville last ,
tend the open house at ,the new I lire.Arch Dobbs of State Farm XOTICE; 1'0'PF'R
relatives in Clearwater and Tam- Friday evening. ht Clrt'.lt Cart Bradford COBBI ,
Alton Dobbs, Mrs.
Baptist parsonage in Hampton on Fred Haislop Florida IB i
Mrs. Mark of ChaBrery. Fri., Sat.-Sept. 25 26
Baggett and baby
Sunday afternoon. I and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez attended pa.Mr. I Charles GranitE, Plaintiff vs. Mary
and Mrs' Dewey Warren Jacksonville were visiting friends Granitz Defendant. DOUBLE FEATURE i
Attending the Lois MacRee-Joe I the funeral of Mrs, Beatrice Addison I'
and children visited and relatives here week Cal'e0.. 10-083
Mr. and Mrs. over the
in Lakeland >o I 'ATOMIC I II
Montieth wedding in Eustis Son on Tuesday. afternoon Mr. and Mrs.G. I Miss Louise Johns of Jackson- Richard Ray in Jacksonville on end.Mrs. To:ifary Granitz. whose residence MEATS
day were and FEED
address Is
i Sunday.Mrs. Frank Herlong was taken : Deut* Mlnihof, I Barry and Lydia Clarke I --
J. McGriff, Jr, Mrr and Mrs. ville spent the weekend with Mr. \n 'trla.
D. L. Thomas and Mrs. S. to St. Luke's hospital last Satur- You -And- 1-2 Mile
are hereby notified From Starke
W. H. Graham and children, Mr. and Mrs Charlie Cowen. Miss suit for ttat a I City Limits North
and Mrs.. Leslie Biggs and :Miss. Johns and.Mrst Cowen were shop- E. Sparks vjsited Mrs. Spark's? day for a checkup. Divorcehas Blood On The Moon N I
brother-in-law, K. C. Bounds, in Staff Sgt. Joe F. Cone of Pan- been filed against I Phone 339-J
Sue Biggs. ping in Gainesville on Saturday. you tn the
St. Vincent's hospital on Monday. ama City was visiting his aunts, you above named Court and cause and Robert Mitchum and Robert I QUANTITY RIGHTS

Mr. and Mrs. C. N Christie o! Mrs. Havana Johns and Mrs. YOur are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to of Preston WE DaisSPECIALS
9:30 P.M.:
Augusta, Ga. are spending this Clyde Colson Tuesday evening.Mr. complaint on the Plaintiffs Also Serial and Cartoon J i
| ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing week at the Gill cottage on Kings- and Mrs. P. S. Crews of the I Starke.Attorney:Florida T. Frank Landrum q FOR THUR., FRI., SAT.. SEPT. 24 25, 26COFFPEE

Established 1894 ley Lake and also visiting Mr. and State Farm visited Mr. and Mrs. I and the file Clerk the original In the office of Sun., Mon.-Sept. 27,28
of the Circuit
I Court. on
i Mrs. Spencer Crews on
S. R. Johns. Sunday. or before the Fort VengeanceWith
Mrs. L. S. Hutto and grandson Paul Knight, who has spent the 26 day of October 1953;

Wayne Kinney, spent Saturday past two years in Munich, Germany .Complaint otherwise the allegations of sail James Craig
will le taken as confes.I
C. A. FUTCH REALTOROldest night in Jacksonville with Mr. and on the staff of Radio Free I: by you. Also Cartoon and News i ARM I
I This notice shall be I
Mrs. T. P. Hutto. They all spent Europe, writes his parents, CoL .once each week for four consecutive
Sunday in Gainesville where they and Mrs. D.E. Knight that he haS weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Real Estate Agency in Bradford CountyCOl"TL graph. Tues., Sept. 29-ONLY c cI
attended the surprise birthday resigned his position there, effective Dated this 23 day of September I I,
COCS SINCE 1925 party of :Mrs. M. F. Denmark at 'Oct. 1. Mr Knight will 195L Trouble Along 7ftCIhtin

Member Local State & National Real Estate the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom spend a month touring Norway, (I OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A.Court Darby The WayJohn I Ibtin 69s

Organizations I Stevens. Sweden, France and Italy before By Marian L. Crosby. r>*T>utv rierk.
Mrs. W. D. Faxon is spendingthis returning home and win spend I I 9/25 4t 10/16 Wayne and Donna Reed

Solicits Listings of All Types of Property, Assuring I week In Lake Wales visitingher several weeks with relatives in I I Also Cartoon and News .

Personal Service and Straightforward Dealings. sister, Mrs. Nellie Durden. Starke. He will then return to his 'IB Clrcvlt STICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR Const.

William G. Godwin returned former position with the National Florida In C..a< OFFICE EAST CALL S'1'REET'.JeST Joseph Wed.. Thur.-Sept. 30, Oct. 1
: Broadcasting Perry Plaintiff vs. Anne
home Co. in New York
Sunday from Beaver Bay, Perry,
ACROSS FROM CITY LIGHT PLANT Minn where he had been working. Notice To Appear.To Xo. 10-082 DOUBLE FEATURE MILK
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett and Lynn Colson returnedto :address Anne Perry is: 160 whose Washington residenceand The Gun Fighterwith 3TaIICans39CGRITS

baby visited Mr.' and Mrs. CarlLaMar school Monday after a week's Avenue. Coytesville, Xew Jersey.
Johns In Gainesville on illness. You are hereby notified that a I Gregory Peck
suit for Divorce has been filed
4L Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. :John G. Childress, against you in the above named -AndLOVE -

STARKERADIO& and Mrs. C. H. Quick, Jr. of former residents of Starke are Court and cause and yeu are required -
I to serve a copy of your an- NESTJune
Statenvffle, Ga. spent the weekend moving to Orlando where, Mr. swer or pleading to the complainton
with the senior Quicks. Childress has accepted the posi- the Plaintiff's Attorney, Haver and Marilyn RICE
T. Frank Landrum. Starke,
TV SERVICE Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand tion of manager for Dixie, a division -I Florida and file the original in the Monroe
Mrs. E. S. Matthews will return of United Insurance Co. of office of the Clerk of the Circuit Plus Latest World News
Court on or before the 26 day of October -
home today from a ten-day Illinois. They, with their two 1953/ ; otherwise the allega-
Reasonable Guaranteed ServiceOn vacation at Dillard, Ga. sons, will be located at 3075 S. tions of said! Complaint will be Lbs
.. Sibs 42C 5
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle were Orange Blossom Trail. ,

All Makes Radios or TVIF in New Smyrna on Sunday at- Friends of Mrs. V. S. St. John! BUY AWNINGS THAT ARE I
tending the Florida State Elks will regret to learn that she received -t

Association meeting.Mr. I a bad fall down some steps: MANUFACTURED AT HOME. .
and Mrs. C. W. Colson and I at the home of her daughter, Mrs.! SNOW WHITE

NOT GIVING YOU daughter, Karen of Atlanta, Ga.I D. Christiano, in Darien, Conn.,] Are Manufactured At Home. Benton and Gumber Lbs

SATISFACTIONCafl spent the weekend with Mr. and I where she is visiting for several I Awning Co. Is Offering Beautiful Two-Tone, SUGARLYKES 5 39C

Mrs. T. F. Colson. The C. W.:weeks. PrO TeC ToR Awnings Of Lifetime Aluminum!
Colsons former residents of Starke,I Miss Wilma Alexander is confined -I
198-W At Once At A 10% Discount Plus Free Installation.
: plan to move back to Starke in to Doctor's Clinic Hospital

two: weeks. Mr. Colson will be where she underwent a minor SALE
employed at Humphreys Gold operation Wednesday.Mrs. .
228 E. Call Street Next Door To I Delicious
Robert E. Hess and chil-
Corporation.Mr. And
Beautify Protect Your Home Now
: and Mrs. Jack Dempsey and dren of Dunnellon spent the weekend Roast DTIDEo.

family have returned home after with their grandmother Mrs. BENTON & CUMBER AWNING CO. RFFF

... iteJ. ; lAAAAAA. two weeks vacation spent in Fay- R. A. Thomas. II
etteville, N. C. They brought Ii Mrs. Paul Raymond of Starke j (Formerly Benton Awnings)

There is no Substitute hdme with them their son. Jack(and Mrs. Evelyn Thomas Beach ofj I Located 3'/2 Miles North of Starke On 301zi 12 oz can Ige box
.... Edwards Dempsey, Jr. who spent I I JBrooker were in Daytona attending I i iI :. 39C
the summer with his grandparents, from Tuesday to Thursday -

for Experience, but !Mr. and Mrs. G. :J. McGriff, Sr. I the Associational Mission I-I .
I Mrs. I. J. Foreman and granddaughter Study Course. I {Where Are '. -- r .--- '. ___ ,_ ,'
I Shirley Ff.'eman. of YOU'LL LOVE, the new Ester-,\
4. your Support will Play* JVaycross; Ga. are spending this brook purse-size fountain pens 'in

week with Mr. and Mrs. Dolvin pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad- You GoingKniciefrits :; -7 12 Oz Can
an Important Part with ,Foreman. to-- ll/ ( f .
Charles G. Harris and Delma Miss Mary Weldon of Tampa \' illr8.9,
Warren of Washington, D.C. spent spent the weekend with her mother. -
your Howie Team the first part of the week with Mrs. Steve Weldon.Mr. I; ;( ? l' :

Mr. and Mrs. G. L. McGriff, Sr. and Mrs. Joseph Marron of :"v ijt\Jn n.2t JL, OVERSEA MIXED

Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green wentto Jacksonville visited their daughter to Cumbers station for five and to
Tonight Out gas gals of gas get my. "
Racine, Wls. last Friday to en- Mrs. Mary Dally on Sunday. PEACHES
signature in for that 10 gals of free gas. As you know GU IB-
}# ter their son, Michael, in school Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett and l
e there. baby moved into the Kincaid cot- ERS gives away 10 gals every week. The lucky signature last I !
week was NATHAN STARLING from Lawtey. Are taking
in you
Wallace Thlgpen Sr. is tage on "N. Walnut street.
My Personal Integrity and Profession Backed by More Glendale Hospital Palatka for ob i Dr. H. H. Adams was home for the children you have with you on a picnic? Oh, no I am taking' cans

Than Forty Years EXPERIENCE Repairing Chrono- servation.Rev. the weekend from Camp Gordon, them with me to CUMBERS GAS STATION, Joe out theM 2cans29C 2 29C

.graphs "Perpetual Self.Win in(' and Railway.Watches and Mrs. J. Warren Kauf- gives the children such as a candy sucker, bubble or a peanuts .

that Require the Greatest Accuracy is YOUR Guaranteeof man and Mrs. R. S. Fernandez returned -" Ga.Mr.. and Mrs. Herbert Green returned butter log. My gosh, I bet that's the rseason that traffic has so

Satisfaction. home Saturday after a ten- home Wednesday of last increased on 301 going north. Is it true Cumber's station .is
day trip to visit Mr.. and Mrs. week after a ten day visit with YELLOW ROSEFLOUR
giving 50 gals of gas the week before Xmas? 0, yes, it will be'
John P. Simpson in Takoma Park, Mr. and Mrs. George Powell in
See Our Window DisplayAnd Lbs
to the four lucky signatures. You purchase 5 gals or more and
Md. and other points of interestsin Newton, N. C. and a trip to Vir- 25 $1.83THE
leave yoW signature so see, dear, the oftener !!
Be Convinced That Quality Has No Substitute Virginia and the Carolinas. ginia and Washington. D. C. you you my you

Jackie and Beverly Jarrell of Friends of Joe Arnold. will be leave your signature the opportunity to get free gas increases..

rYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYT Jacksonville spent the weekend glad to know that he is back on My gracious here I go to CUMBERS to get that free Gas.GUMBER'S .

with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and the job again after being confinedin
Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry Mrs. Ed. Prevatt. I the Alachua Hospital from GAS STATIONJOE BEST FOR LESS

Mr. and Mrs. Wally Carson and Thursday to Saturday of last
CUMBER: Formerly the welder at Prevatt'sGarage
"The House of Fine Diamonds" children have returned to their week for a physical checkup. -

home in Pittsburgh, Pa. after a Miss Mildred Ayres of Fayette- Prices Slashed !
Starke's"Leading Jeweler week's visit with Mrs. Pate Gas- vOTe, N. C. is living with her ;111 Miles North of Starke

and Mrs. Charles Fields Mrs. Jack Dempsey while attend- ,

spent last week at a fishing lodgeat ing the School of Pharmacy at the 4 4'IU' IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH SLADE MeatSpecials
Huntington.Mr. of F.Misses.

and Mrs. H. V. Knight and .. Thelma and Beryl :Mar- .

FLUKIDA Mrs. D. E. Knight were visitorsin challeck of Jamaica spent Sunday THISWONDERFVL

STARKE Jacksonville Thursday after- .with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward i ii ) 0G yI :

i and family. They also visited I t Good T-Bone or Sirloin
Dedicated: to Community Service noon.Mr.. and Mrs. W. B. Dowling their brother and sister-in-law; -wI

"Movie Are Better Than Ever" have moved from the Mae Ed- I Mr. and Mrs. David Marchalleck m ; ROAST

wards home on Cherry street to in Jacksonville. Mrs. Machalleck W STEAKLb

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad High Springs.Mr. will be* remembered as Beatrice ,:
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and I Howard grand daughter of Mr. H Range

son, Bruce spent Sunday at Cedar and Mrs. W. C. Ward. I ? 0 aC ARC Lb IftC
Tues. Wed. Scot. 29. 30 .t.!
.. Sept. 26-ONLY Keys. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Watterson r

..BIG-DOUBLE FEATURE, _N/Cdld Friends of Mrs. O. L. Haynes,I spent Sunday with relatives in K
J ewe Sr. will be happy to hear that,I Hampton.Miss .
she returned home Tuesday after' Betty June Morgan returned t ![

**iM being confined in St. Luke's hos- to school at Fla. State A* YOU FRESH GROUND

pital the past ten days with a''I University Friday after spendingthe HO Lb

broken hip. Mrs. Haynes will be summer with her parents, Mr. yV M HAMBURGER 39C

confined in a wheel shair for three and Mrs. Gus Wynn. r.C .
A months. :Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Warren 02f GET

3MtSQUITEERSmmia L. E. Bobzin of Newton, Iowa, spent last week with their son and '- "

a regular winter visitor here, is .family, J. B. Warren in Jackson-It > I II_ __ mLILLLSTEW

.... ,>
> *Ar COItlGANVllPy ".e +"r rooming in the Olson apartments. ville.Mr.. Phil Pettit and All For The Lifetime Guaranteed BRISKET
W J. fcK" JON Mrs. W. D. Sexton and children, and Mrs.
L I, I I\ -And-
Leila of Floral City spent the BEEf I
,,' atar. tlrut spent last week with Mr. and Full Size
C.I! Space
and Mrs. W. .
Mr. Of
Calvin Johns. weekend with Cost Only
: Mrs.
MwtlttalN ; _tIriII.Ior." ..... Ndwb.v. 'a.IIM For
Those Pots And _
.tcW >. I till.......Elwuta ID .teaud 11II rvawI Everett McKinney will return Ward. \
x a after I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns/of r; Pans *, Lb
home next week spending .
Plus "Pitching Woo at Zoo" Car- the weekend with I G
three weeks in Pensacola on busi!Gainesville spent 44CLb 11C
Jr toon and Latest World XevsW.B.MUNDYJR. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. Mrs.I ::3 95 Top Burners I

ness.Mrs.. Miriam Borden and chil- Johns celebrated her birthday Sun- \IJ Simmer Cooking rn I .. .
dren have moved from the Jen- day.Friends I '....._ .-, __ __ t-p.Ml.? _J." ; _
PlusI'tUharamlals" Cartoon of Mrs. W. H. Perkins H Minimum Gas Use
W. Call street to II
nings cottage on p
And Chapter 8 "Govt, Agents vs.Thur. Fri.-Oct. 1, 2 Harrisburg, Pa. Mrs. Mayme Too- will regret to know that she is I

.Phantom-.,Legion" Serial. mey is now occupying the Jen- still confined to bed after being ill I Two Giant Top Burners ;d MULLET Lb
m smug CASE OF\'I1J for the last four weeks. Her 17C
nings cottage. K Porcelain Enamel Frame
Wi H. GRAHAM ._.JSDTOtHLDiTK_ :_! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wyant of daughter, Mrs. R. B. Trask of G C I

VAST BQ OWN\! Iowa are occupying one of the Lakeland is staying with her dur- C N 7
Sun., Mon.-Sept. 27, 28 ,
McKinney apartments. Mr. Wyantis ing her illness. 1.1F Gas Costs Less In A TankSladeGasCo. -

.ClIFTON'[ employed with the Trail Ridge Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vercenackand O y Mrs Pickfords Blue

GEl ARSON Mine. children of Clifton, N. J. were H
WEBB ".. Mrs. Vernon Silcox and son, PateFRYERS
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. OLEO L
t > WALTESPIDGEOH David, and Mrs. G. W. Roberts
r Stern last week. Mr. Vercenackwas
n.: er Sr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Jr.
,$ : cP.7J
Tp ? ,: LXwtWU.Af of Lawtey were visiting relatives at one time stationed at Camp >
C Lb 4 flC Lb JAC
SCOHrie" in Deland on Tuesday. Blanding, and they still like Starke 4 H

\ --- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyersand I very much. -
PHONE 121 .
plus "Orphan Egg" Cartoon &ad"Latest _,, daughter, Sandi of Jacksonville _
"That's Cartoon Cirr.lt Cart Bradford Cvutr.FUrUat .
World New I plus My Pop" spent the weekend with Mr. U Chaaeery.

Ora Lee Dees, Plaintiff, vs. George !_ IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH SLADE -- .. -
and Mrs. Junius Smith.
4. w ... __ Dees, Defendant. Case No. 10-flSl --- -- II I.


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Outlook Favorable the probability is that prices may!'will enter-production this year, as'the ratio cf feed price to the pricej .- '--' .._ _. -
stabilize near the present levels. herd replacements.The. of poultry, meat and : .: .<< '
For Farm Animals eggs. -- -
i Cattle numbers in the United committee reports that the I
I The committee
States are expected to reach of broilers j emphasizes that
And Their ProductsThe a production eggs and
d peak this coming year. turkeys in Florida increased duringthe quality poultry poultry farmers must meat produce and eggs high if I GO TO THE FOOD FESTIVALAT
long-range outlook for beef Outlook for pork is for some- past year, but that there is I
they expect customers to to
cattle production in Florida is what higher prices this fall and !still room for further expansion. prefer
buy Florida-produced YOUR
r good, pork prices should be.higher next spring than the same periods Plenty of markets are availablefor I ucts. poultry prod- I FRIENDLYSuwaunee
?r P"r 1r this fall, and dairy and poultry last year. However, the committee quality poultry products in I I
food products are in good demand, warns hog farmers against in- Florida. I
according to the report o'f the Creasing hog numbers' too much. Even with the increased production -1 i St. Edward's Church

By Geo. T. Hoggins Florida Agriculture Outlook Com- They suggest that farmers increase -, of poultry in the State, I Sunday :Mass at 9:15: a. m. I
mittee, issued recently.The production of hogs only as I Florida will continue to be a deficit i Weekday Mass T:30 aon.Children's .
County AgentAgricultural much as is consistent with the I i
It is estimated that Class 11a.
; report points out that the area. more Saturday
Extension Service American public likes beef and available supply of homegrownfeeds 1 poultry meat and eggs are im- m.

BIG EVENT SATURDAYAt WANT TO GRIND SOME CORN? that the country's population is and with the market situa-' ported into the state each year Keystone Heights
I''steadily growing. If purchasing tion. than are, produced here. The (Women's Club)
Na- 1:. Tomlinson at New
: least 20 members of the Frank I power stays high, more beef shouldbe I II Production efficiency will mean amount of expansion of the poultry Sunday Mass 8 a. m. I
tteal Committee on AgricultureIn .River is set up with a portable eaten as the population grows. much to hog producers in the com- industry here should depend on Confessions before all Masses.Newi'Matchleu11 \

the U. S., Congress will be In I corn crushing machine. He will However, the committee suggests ing months, the committee points I 401
Starke at 11 o'clock Saturday I!arrange to crush your corn rightat regulating beef cattle numbers on out. If you are an efficient pro- PE
morning, September '26. There' your barn. This is the way to Florida ranches as feed, forage and ducer you should do well with your I i E. CALL Store
; will be a brief meeting at the get full benefit of the. entire ear market conditions warrant. Don't hogs this fall.and next spring. I Heating 345
, Courthouse with'farmers. According corn, cob and shuck.If .sell too many beef cattle but, if The demand for dairy products I Iis ST.

to the list of names I have, you will have young cattle 'you are expanding, do so cauti- expected to be somewhat higher a i'
13 are Republicans and 7 are this winter or hogs, this crushed ously. than last year in the State.This CECIL DOUGLAS, :Manager
Democrats. Two of our Florida I corn with a protein supplementwill The committee thinks Florida slightly larger demand will be sup- DUO-THERM
r Congressmen, Sid Herlong and make mighty good feed. It cattlemen should be prepared for plied in part by more cows milked DELIVERY SERVICE *
with cot-
_ will'be with the be especially good
Billy Matthews further decreases in cattle prices and in part by higher productionper
> group. Herlong is a member of tonseed meal to creep feed calves. during the coming year, although cow. More home-raised heifers We reserve the right to limit quantity

, the Committee. You are invited i Pyrenone can be dusted around Oil HOME HEATERS PRICES GOOD THUR., FRI.. SAT., SEPT 24. 25, 26
to come and participate In this the outer edges and among the summer in Europe, is home again.
meeting. sacks and will give good weevil She spent a month in Cape Cod LET US FILE YOUR SAWon WITH EXCLUSIVE ELECTRIC
MEET FRIDAY control. Weevils must come in on her way home. OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY
All cattlemen are urged to at- contact with Pyrenone for it to :Mr. and :Mrs. Baxter returned our EL :.Llglr era
. I
. kill them. It is non-toxic to live- I AUTOMATIC SAW FILER .
last from New -
Wednesday Eng- : '
tend the regular monthly meetingof to I ( ., _: = ..
does not have j $ \
the Bradford Association. The stock and corn land where they spent the summer. No matches needed! All you do is 1 -
place is the Courthouse and the be in air-tight barn for it to be They were both ill while there but They'll cut ill .. turn the dial. Electric SELF-Lighter BLUE STREAK Economical Jim Dandy

time Is 7:30 p.m. Some final effective. are in good health now. i!I like new when lights your heater. I I1JU01HERM
plans will be made for meeting Inoculate All Legume Seed Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Schroeder, I filed on our Ij RICE GRITSbag
members of Congress who are on Legume inoculation is necessary -i. of Jacksonville, who have builta I precision ma- j
the Committee for Agriculture. to introduce the root nodule home on Brooklyn Lake, are chine. In a Ib bag
Important plans will be made for bacteria into the eoil. Legume moving in this week to make their few minutes 3 43C Sib 43C f
the Cattleman's barbecue. A good inoculation is not a seed treatment permanent home here.A I you'll have

meeting is on tap for'Friday night. It does not influence seed Bake Sale will be held Sat- saws that cut cleaner, truer, .

germinations but it may be re- urday, Sept. 25, at 10 a. m. in I faster. Bring your saws in _,- ___ _. "'0 __. '_ .__ '
....yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyWHERE of the
sponsible for the survival .
front of Gabordi's Sign Shop by today-you'll like our speedy
TRAINING AND young seedlings. The roots of DASH ARMOURS
the Altar Society for benefit of service. II -
EXPERIENCE, COUNTIf properly inoculated legumes have the Keystone Heights Catholic I
I Cans
nodules or small lumps which are Club building fund. ALSO SHARPENALL .. 2
you need a truss or surgical produced by the legume bacteria.It The Keystone Heights Lioness KINDS OF TOOLS, "IMPERIAL ::1
support you cannot afford to is this combination of the plant,
Club will sponsor a card party at
take a chance with your health the bacteria and the nodule that the Woman's Club on Friday, Oct. KNIVES, SISSORS, ETC. Available in 2 heating Love It Fortified With Liver

by being Improperly fitted. make this nitrogen gathering pro- 9, beginning at 8 p. m. There will All New, Equipment capacities N I Ir
Here at Canova Prescription cess. possible.A be door prizes and also a table CALVIN JOHNS p Ii i OLD GLORY
Center, we have trained technicians few important points to re- prize for each table. Dessert will lib
member are check age of the be served. Admission $1. Benefit 465 N. Water St.
both male and: female, PORK & BENAS 1 IOC
to'sene you.Remember culture, each can is dated. Be Lions and Lioness building fund.TTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.I I CAN
sure you read the list of plantson
your health and . 'rYTTYTYYVYYYYYVYTTTVTTYTYKeystone .
the can for which the con'f nts .
comfort depead on 'expert of tilt can are intended. It is -

easy for example to make a mistake Heights Lioness Club MAYFIELD COTTON SEED

flttlnf.CANOVA and use clover inoculant for
lupine and that is no good. It is
more satisfactory to use at least CARD PARTY t 3

PRESCRIPTION CENTEI twice the recommended amount on N o. 70 $| .69
PHONE 4202 large seeded legumes such as lu- Friday, Oct. 9, 8:00 P.M. only 2 29C

(Near Hospital) pine. You will get better resultsto GLASS
Gainesville, Fla. use up to five times the can Keystone Heights Womans Club

recommendation on clovers. Plantall 5.00 Down. EASY TERMS/ -
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATyVyyyTyTTyTTTTYTYVTTTYV inoculated seed within two or Dessert $1.00 e
three hours after they have been I
inoculated. They should! never be Benefit Building FundAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 3 Exclusive Duo-T/term fine furniture styling! Lb Bag $4.791
exposed to direct sunlight or allowed I FLOUR 25
,to 'completely dry ,out before 1 S More heat, cleaner heat, from every drop of oil-
planting. Inoculated seed shouldbe TTTTTYTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTYTYTTTVTTTTTTTTTAnnouncement with Duo-Therm's exclusive Dual Chamber Burner.
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i II planted on a well prepared and Fine furniture styling, beautiful mahogany finish. I
I moist seed bed. Seed should be FOODS- ,
Forced-heat circulation and fuel savings up to 25% FROZEN
rolled or packed in after sowing.If .
with Duo-Therm's exclusive Automatic POWER-
seed are to be planted on grass I. In order to better serve our customers we Blower.
sod it is better to mow the grass have moved back to our former location SWANSON BEEF OR
and lightly disk the sod just prior S 2 wide-opening doors for radiant heat. Healthful
to seeding. It will be perfect if COURT ST. Opposite Courthouse PHONE 153 3 humidifier.Special Waste Stopper.Handy waist-high
seeding can be done during periodof control.

g rt light rain and cloudy skies. E We have recently opened a Branch in Keystone Heights Have matchless comfort this winter and years to come:
Never allow inoculated seed to
Located In i See this new Duo-Therm Windsor now.
come in contact with mixed fertili- SONGSTRESS WHOLE KERNEL
zers or caustic lime. B. R. R. ELECTRIC CO BUILDING PHONE 3132
Buried Alive!



fire, that his insurance cover Heights Phone 166

ed only his home and he'dlost Starke-Ph.153 Keystone Heights Ph. 3132 2 222 224 Temple Ave. U. S: 301 Starke, Fla BIRDSEYE FROZENSPINICH


The annual Baker Reunion was
Don't you be buried in bilL!I held this year on Sunday, Sept. -

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c- Notice T1t Appear. The assessment of the said prop- ed by you. property in the County of Bradford.
Bradfordites Insured For 12 Million $'s To: Wilhelmma Katherine Clifton. erty under the said certificate Issuedwas This notice shall be publishedonce State of Florida to-wit:

SOIL CONSERVATION'N.E.W Seaf whose ord,residence Delaware.You .and address is: in the name of Eugene Hunter. each week for four consecutive SEU ot NWU of SE'4. Sec. 25.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed weeks in the Bradford County Tele- T.5 S.R. 22 E. IP acres
are hereby notified that a according to law, the prop- graph. The assessment of said property
Suit for
Divorcehas erty described therein will be sold Dated this 1 day of September. under the said certificate issued
-S Residents of Bradford Countyare Seen filed against you In the to the highest bidder at the court 1953..
.. increase about nine was in the name of C. C. Freet.
an of percentover above named Court and cause and house door the (OFFICIAL SEAL
on first
large holders (;)f life insurance, Monday in ) Charles A. Darby
the previous year. you are required to serve a copy of the month' of October 1953. which Clerk of the Circuit Court Unless said certificate shall be
; By Bill Haas with a capital amount of $12,500- your answer or pleading to the is the 5 day of October, 1953. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. redeemed according to law, the
The' increase in the of complaint the
use on
I 000 in force according to a break Dated .this 2 day of September, !Ji 4t 9/25 property described therein will be
: U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION insurance by American families is Evan T. Evans, 103Law' 1913. sold to the highest bidder at' the
down I
of data from the statisticsand Exchange Building, Jack-
.:.z .-. but of of senville SEAL) Charles A. Darby court house door on the first Monday
one aspect a pattern Florida
research division of the In- Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- TO APPEARIn in the month of October, 1953
since last and file the original in the officeof for Circuit O.rt. Bradford Coaaty
SERVICE thrift exhibited the.
County Florida.
whIch is the 5 day of October, 19S3-
stitute of Life Insurance. the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Florida In Chancery.
0 This represents family hold- World War. Savings accounts or before the 9\t\ 4t 9iXOTUE Miiburn Hoag. Plaintiff, vs. Pilchard 1953.Dated this 2 day of September

: per have risen in the ,period and in- 19 day of October. 1953; Hoag, Defendant.
ing of $3,900 as of the end of 1952, otherwise the allegations of said : TO APPEAR Case No. 10-037 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
vestments in securities have gone Complaint will be taken as con VB Circuit Court. Bradford County Notice To Appear.To .
1 ice, made a soU investigation sur- Florida In Clerk 9f Cir< nit Court of Bradford
Theother day we were standing VTTTTTTTTVfTVVVTfTTyfVTT up steadily the study shows. fessed by you. Chancery. : Richard Hoag, whose resIdence -I
around a wagon half loaded with vey to determine the suitabilityof This notice shall be publlsheionce Antheny 31. Vitani. Plaintiff vs. and address is: 690S George County, Florida. 9 4 4t 9,25ATTENTION
Despite the fact that funds in- each week for four consecutive Dolores Vitani, Defendant. Palmer
Highway, Seat .
corn waiting for Everett Green to a proposed pond ,site on the I vested in life insurance have in- weeks in the Bradford County Tele Case No. 10-024 Maryland.You Pleasant,'I -. --
his farm of District Cooperator G. L. LONG BRANCH graph. A'otice To Appear. are hereby notified ihat -, ,'" '. iF :i
back with a partlo corn a
come creased 63 percent since World Dated this 14 day of September To: Dolores Vitani, whose resIdence suit for -
picker. Jeff Davis and his son, Anderson of Long Bridge Section. 1953. and address is: 1200 Senaca I
War II the last custody and
premiums paid control of I
Basil were leaning on the side of John Dukes, also a District Coop: by Mrs. J. L. Strickland (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Avenue, Bronx. New York minor child Ihl.s l
year represented only 3.6 percentof Clerk of the Circuit Court.Marian your are. Hereby notified that'suit '
of erator, is going to Join 'in the construction and for been filed against yOU'In the :
the wagon hefting the ears corn Jimmy Lang aggregate disposable personal By L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Divorcehas above named Court and cause and -

when Jeff remarked that to makea of the pond. IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALang..Padgett .income compared to 4.9 per cent ______ 9/18 4t 10/9 been filed against you in the you are required to serve a copy of If You Have
your answer or pleading to the
good crop of corn you have to Dis :then. NOTICE TO APPEARIn above named Court and cause and complaint on the PlaIntiff's I
Paul Faulkner used the
Circuit Court. Bradford County you are required to
serve a of
plant lupine for. a land builder. I In Bradford County the increase copy Attorney Evan T. Evans, 103
In your answer
trict's rotocycle mower to cut Florida Chancery.Anna or pleading to the complaint Law Exchange TIMBER TO SELL
We were also discussing .organic Miss Frances Padgett, daughterof .in ownership of life insurance has Betty Seaman Plaintiff vs. on the Plaintiff's Attorney Florida Building, Jacksonville
down! the weeds in his pasture. larry E. Seaman, Defendant. Austin Gibson & Austin, 100 I PINE
matter ,In the soil when Basil Hubert Padgett and the late I been noted in all ''categories Case No. 10-065 Smith Building. Jacksonville. and file the original in me office of OR CYPRESS

that the mowings he left Maude Padgett; and Charles Lang Notice To Appear.To Floridaand the Clerk of the Circuit Court onr
.stated James Rosier used the District's ordinary insurance, group and in- before the Small
segmed to son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard : Harry 1:;. Seaman. whose resIdence me the original in the"office of 5 of or
on Ws'Fangola pasture weed chopper on his farm whichis Lang, 'tustrialith.ordinary maintaining and address is: Drake Hotel, the Clerk .of the Circuit Court on otherwise day October. 1953;

,make the new grass darker green. located in the Alligator Creek all of Clay Hill were married on the. largest volume although Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Penn- or 19s3 before the 5 day of October, Complaint the will allegations be taken) as confessed of said- We Buy All

"It looks ,like I put soda on the Wednesday, Sept. 9. At sylvania. ; otherwise the allegations of' by you.
area. present group recorded the biggest per- You ,are hereby notified that a said Complaint will be taken as con- This notice shall
part of the field :I didn't gatherthe they are making their ,home with centage gain. The local breakdown suit for fessed by you. each week for four oe consecutive publishedonce PAY TOP PRICES
Basil. Mr. and'Mrs.: Jessie Divor" | This notice shall be published weeks in the Bradford County Tele.
My on, says Manning. Be- shows 62 percent of the volume in has been filed against you In the once each week for four 'Consecutive graph.

A The State Association of Soil fore her marriage the bride resided -. ordinary life policies.Women's I above named Court and cause and weeks "in the Bradford County Tele-. Dated this 3 day of September 0Write
The Fy F. A. boys under the with her you are required to serve a copy of graph. .953.
District supervisorsheld
'of V. R. and grandparents, Mr. ownership of life inSurance -,your answer or pleading to the complaint -, Dated this 1 day of September ) Call
supervision Ferguson their eighth annual ,meetingin and Mrs. Dave Tanner until their has been sharply increasedin on the Plaintiff's Attorney, 1953. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby or
Paul Hutchins have been studying T, Frank Landrum, Starke, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Clerk of the Circuit Court
i A.
,Lake City. C. E. Busby of the deaths and since then has lived recent years. They now hold Florida Clerk of the Circuit Darby By Marian L.' CI0S y, Deputy Clerk
the Court.I
'the on .Brad.
grass plantings Soil Conservation. Service from with other relatives. almost one-fifth of the total, with and file the original In me office of B') Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk j 9,4 4t 9/25 BITHOMASLUMBER

ford Soil Conservation District Berkeley, California, stated that Homecoming Planned coverage of children amounting to the Clerk of the Circuit Court on' 9/4 4t 9/25 : '-
and F. F. A. nursery plot. or before the 19 day of October, NOTICE APPLICATION
water conservation was be- The first Homecoming ,Servicesat another seven percent. 1953; otherwise the allegations of FOR TAX DEED
said Complaint will be taken as confessed NOTICE-TO APPEAR (Senate Bill No. 1B3) CO.
The athletic department of the comingone of the most important the Maxville church will be Men, however, remain the great by you. In Circuit Court, Bradford County I Xotic Is Hereby Given, That LouisP.

factors in our everyday life and held on Sunday, Oct. 4. The church body of policy holders, accounting This notice shall be published, Florida In Chancery. Hebard and Francis D. Hebard, PHONE 211-J

District's Bradford rotocycle High School mower used to mow the I to get a good sound water management will be 41 years old on that day, for nearly 75 percent of the total once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive'Tele-:' Normal, vs.Daphine George Richendollar Norman Rlchen-Plaintiff -'I' issued holder the of 31 Tax day Certificate of May A.D., .1951.SI, P. 0. Box 735

the football field at the high program we will have to and Rev. Tiggert, the pastor, In- graph. dollar, Defendant. ] has filed same in my office and has STARKE, FLA.III .
of the Dated this 16 day of September Case No. 11-031 made application for a tax deed to "
school. get an over-all picture wa- vites all members and former Guy B. Parks DeathGuy 1953. Notice To Appear.To I be issued thereon. Said certificate I .-, .

ter problem in our county beforewe members to be present. All mini- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby : George Norman Richendollar,: embraces the following described ,
George Brown, Area Soil Scien- can solve the problems on in- sters who have pastored this Clerk of tne Circuit Court. whose present addressrls: Unknown! -
B. Parks By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk and whose last residence and address .- -w-
50 of the ----
tist tht* Soil Conservation dividual farms. church son 2996 Northwest 92nd b
for Serv- are expected to attend and 9/18 4t 10/9 was: .
late Dr. W. B. Parks of I
Starke I Street. Miami Florida
will be given'a part on the,
Y YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.IBAYLESS 'were hostesses at a stork shower gram. Choirs and quartettes from pro- I died in a Jacksonville hospital Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEARIn County,I suit You for are hereby notified that a

honoring Mrs. H. B. Kelly last Friday different churches will last week following a short ill- Florida: In Chancery. I Divorce custody and control of (T SAVE with

.. evening. Appropriate participate. ness. He was a native of Sewannee June Elaine Johnson Collins, Plain I| minor children
HMAY I games Sunday, Oct. 11, is Homecoming I tiff vs. Adolph Dean Collins, Jr., [bas been filed against you In thei
I were enjoyed during the evening.Mrs. Tenn., but had resided in recent Defendant Case No. 10-06 above named Court and cause and
Day at Long Branch Church and -
Kelly received lovely years in Jacksonville wherehe Notice To Appear.To I you are required to serve a copy of Mutual Insurance
by Sirs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALA many an interesting program is being : Rele A. D. Collins. Jr., USN,I your answer or pleading to the :
gifts. Delicious refreshmentswere planned for this event also. was connected with the govern- whose residence and address is:1:|iKomplaint! on the Plaintiffs I

served to the 25 guests pres- ment in rent control work and N'ATU (Comm) School NAVPHI- .Attorney Williams & Futch.
The little1' Ebenezer Church is BASE, Little Creek. Norfolk Vir P. O. Box 421 Starke Florida
ent. other departments. ginia. and file the original In the office of-
.. Rev. Gwin filled His regular appointment Personal Items carrying, on as usual. Sunday Among his survivors are two 'You are hereby notified that a the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I CONNER BROS.STARKES ONLY
at Earless Hiway Sunday School 10 a. m.; Training Union suit for or before the
Lovell have brothers, Sidney Parks of Atlanta I .
Mr. and Mrs. Tiny Divorce
morning. Rev, Levine 7 p. m. Preaching services at 8 .5 day of October, 1953;
finally moved into their new homein and Bryant Parks of Washington has been filed against you in the otherwise the allegations of said '
Sunday night Rev. ,Gwinn p. m. Sunday. Prayer Meeting. 8 .D. C. I above named Court and cause and Complaint will be taken as confess- I'
town. They ,are tickled pink are required to of Shop Before Buying These
expressed regrets for having to p. nu Thursday. you serve a copy Compare Savings
but I hear that Lucille is having The body was sent to Atlantafor your answer or pleading to the
leave Bayless Hiway. Although Mighty Smart Animals! burial. complaint on the Plaintiff's 1
trouble getting acquainted withal T. Frank Landrum -
Attorney ,
he has a golden opportunity to at- We refuse to shoot a gun on CLASS I
Starke, Florida
the new gadgets in the house, Let Us Thoroughly
tend college he bates to leave. Sunday unless it is at a snake or and file the original in the officeof

We also regret to sec: him go and but she is having lots of fun. something of this .nature. Some .NOTICE- FOil APPLICATION TAX I)KKISenate > the Clerk of the Circuit-Court on .
or before the Your Clothes Public
Sorry to hear that' Daisy Nor- Wash
pray for his success In everythingthat how this fact seems to have gotten ("' Bill No. 1C3 19 day of October,1953; tiability only $29.50Driver's
man has been on the sick list for Notice Is Hereby Given, That 3.M. otherwise the allegations of said
he and his family undertake.A around the crittersin
the two weeks. She able amcng Sibtrank & C. A. Futch. holder of Complaint will be taken. as con- 9 Pounds
Sunday school study course last was this neck of the woods: Last Tax Certificate. 17, Issued the fessed by you. License Can Be Revoked If Your Are Involved

was taught at the church this to be at church Sunday night. around 2C day of May A.D.. 1951, has filed This notice shall be publishedonce
Sunday a squirrel played In Accident Without
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dukes and same in my office and has made each week for four consecutive For 40c! Liability
week by :Mrs. Bob Gwin. Everyone all day in front of the house; blue application for a tax deed to be weeks in the Bradford County
children of New River_ and Mr. issued thereon. Said certificate Telegraph.
enjoyed it very much. jays toted off all day, and
and Mrs. Harold ,Crews were din- pecans embraces the following described Dated this 16 day of September, i. FREE Bleach If Desired!
Shower for Sirs.\ Kelly so did the shamshack crows; the property In the County of Bradford 1953. SAVE 20% on All Dwellings and Contents
ner guests of Mr. .and Mrs. K.. T. crows and hawks flew over the State of Florida, to-wit: (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .
it .:Mrs. J. R. Kelly Mrs. Marcus j Crews Sunday. Lot t of Block 2'of Sunny Acres Clerk of the Circuit Court. SAVE 15% on All Business PropertySAVE
house all day and squalled at us, Marian L. Deputy Clerk. '
By Crosby,
Conner and Mrs. C. C. Crosby Little Yvonne Conner enjoyed aThat's daring us to shoot them. In the S/D.Range Sec.it East 21, Township 6 South 9/18 It 10/9 We Will 10-20% on All Cars & Trucks

I afternoon Jimmy Lang came" over I The assessment of the said prop- SAVE .- 30% on Garage & Service Station Liability
erty under the said certificate I issued Dry Tour Clothes
to bring his news and he, Jim andI was in the name of Alberta Tyson. In Circuit Court. Bradford County -
Our Business Unless said certificate shall be Florida! In Chancery.
sitting on the front porch, I'
t were
I redeemed according to law, the I.' Paris BeItson, Plaintiff, vs. Rosemary -
U LI 0 W If' It's Glass We Have It! when a nice, plump rabbit hop I property described therein will be Beltson, Defendant.Case. For 20cIn

0 ped off again. Of course, all were I sold to the highest bidder at the No. 10-06 Conner Bros. Insurance AgencyDOYLE
CALL VISIT Automatic Driers!
,) or ccurt house door on the first :Mon Notice To Appear.To .
I gone Monday morning. The squirrel day in the month of October, 1953. : Rosemary Beltson, whose res-

did come back in front 'of the which Is the 5 day of October, 1953. idence and address is: 1195 Campbell CONNER LUCIAN CONNER

; Joe Peters, Class Co. house, looking for the pecan 1953.Dated: this .2 day of September. Avenue,area West hereby Haven notified Connecticut.You that .a

? FOR ANY GLASS NEED trees, 'but when I went out he OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Suit Ur'ivorce and ratificationof Representing some of America's Highest Rated Companies -

\ hid and stayed hid. I will have to Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford separation agreementhas TheVashetena\ As Rated by Alfred 51. Best America's
W'a Design Modern Store Fronts County, Florida. 9/4 H 9/25 been filed against you in the Leading
manage some way to fool these above named Court and cause and Insurance Authority
Just Mail Us A Pattern for I
things so they will come out some NOTICE TO APPEARIn you are required to serve a copy ot Temple Ave. Starke
I Circuit Court, Bradford PHONE 285
Table Tops your answer or pleading to the .
day besides Sunday. Any sugges- Florida! In Chancery. complaint on the Plaintiff's I

. tions? Eunice Jordan. Plaintiff, vs. James Attorney T. Frank Landrum, ---. --- ---j _
318 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 j Edward Jordan, Defendant. Starke. Florida 1p-

How About Mattresses? Case Xo. 10-032 and file the original In the office

If any of you meet Jim Strick- Notice To Appear.To of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton I
.. : James Edward Jordan, whose or before the

land and, he seems to have the residence: and address is: Unknown 19 day of October, 1953; V. ,.. ....+. ,.. .,
"big head" just blame it on the Your are hereby notified that a otherwise the allegations of said i d/ < -V-J": / '" .'. "'.
.. .
d"-Gl.rrq ,
suit for Divorce andother, relief u ;; ,
: will be taken as con- -
MOVINGLOCAL new moss mattress we made last has been filed against you in the Complaint GET"'THIS1< f'f. .t'i t:0" ; ",
i above named Court and cause and fessed by you. ... .1&. &.,... ','-:..."" --'" -
the .
Friday. We gathered moss This notice shall be publishedonce ".'". ""'- ., ,. .."-',,,'
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you are required to serve a copy of each week for four consecutive ,', ;>'; '' ,,, -,,, '"' ,
it <
I some time ago, Jim picked your answer or pleading to the complaint weeks in the Bradford County Tele r
-- l' m. :
and I made the on the Plaintiff' Attorney '. "
when it was ready. I graph. .a".C ,
.. Safe PHONE A. J. Thomas. Jr. Starke Hated this 16 day of September, L .
OR tick, 5fi inches wide; then we stuff- I Florida 1953. ;i P HJ:, }.........-. -

S DependableEconomical jed I and tacked it. Believe me, it I and file the original In the office or (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby /
. LONGDISTANCE S 311 is mattress-so soft and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Clerk of the Circuit Court. : \4 t :> ,
. good
a or before the a day of October 1953: By Marian 1.. Crosby Deputy Clerk. ', -t: ,
i .
!9/18 4t 109OTifE : )' g fl' "
otherwise the allegations of said z >

S R. B. Alvarez OR I nice.We saw in the Bradford Tele- complaint you. will be taken as confessedby % OF APPLICATION'FOR \ ', '- 6E4SY OUT": t" ;. ;

Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J graph where Lawtey is to get an This notice shall be publishedonce TAX IJKEPSenate .' ". -" .
ilmenite and of course that each week for foui consecutive (! DUI No. 1B3)>> -
Deicher Bros. I mine ,
t weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Notice is hereby given That T. J. 'iCe CUBE
i will, mean the town will build up Alderman holder of City Tax Certi- : .

!: in a big way. So Jim says, "Whynot Dated this 2 day of September, ficate No. 8, issued the 4 day of
1953. June A.D., 1949, has filed same in
STORAGE start a mattress factory to I OFFICIAL SEAL) CharIes A. Darby my office and has made applicationfor O/l

take care of all these people's Clerk of the Circuit Court. a tax deed to be issued thereon. $.Z.Z5 V IIe01: below)
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Said certificate embraces the fol- coupon
sleeping needs 1"Ven., that'seasier I :IIi 4t 9/25' lowing described property in the .
rerryman Bldg. S. .Court St. Starke, Florida said than done-but anyway I County of Bradford, State of Florida I -_.- C $
'_ we know that good mattresses f. CIreult NOTICE Court APPEAR Hrndferd County, to-wit: -.,',__ Just lift the Easy Out lever ana .

can be made from moss. Florida In Chancery. Lots Acres 2-7-9 Sub-Division of Elk. 1 Section of Sunny 21. V ( __ __._ V out come big,full-sizecubeel! Fits
Marie S. Jannace. Plaintiff vs. Alfred : _
V ANY electric refrigerator, even
Those On Sick List I Township 6 South Range 22 ,
Jannace, Defendant. East. 'a.. old models! Limited offer..}
g Mrs. Fleda Prescott of Green Case No. 10-059: ; -
. -Up-$ \otire To Appears The assessment of the said property I ," .J c i. .. just 59c with couponl
: Cove has been unable to attend I To: Alfred! Jannace, whose resIdence under the said certificate Issued itr "'0-

services at. Ebenezer Church for and address Is: Unknown. was in the name of II. A. Ma- : fuLLLt I

TO 1 I two weeks due to illness. Gertie I suit You for are hereby notified that a I nassa.Unless said certificate shall be redeemed t -I FREET'1' \

Faircloth has been on the sick list Divorcehas according to law the property -
been filed against you in the described therein will be s6ld to
; for.a few days. Albert Osteen was I above named Court and cause, and the highest bidder at the court

able to return home from the hospital you are required to serve a copy of house door on the first Monday In : _. It OFEXTRACOST

I of last week. your answer or pleading to the complaint the month of October. 1953. whichis I I )
Thursday night
I on the Plaintiff's Attorney the 5 day of October 1953. -V Il WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANT

,. Rain And More Rain I Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Exchange Dated this 2 day of September, \

CONFIDENTIALPrompt I Bell Mosley certainly had a I Florida Building, Jacksonville. i 1953.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby : '-: ,. : L" H PHiL O Refrigerator! -

rugged day last Saturday. She.and file the original in the office of Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- '. -V .. wit/I Dairy Sat
had to wait for the rain to let up I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or ford County, Florida. : -'. '-.", &% 'S' VV :.J :. ,
;:; before the 19 day of October. 195: 9/4 4t 9/25 "
F1ieilYii1 ,before she could start delivering otherwise the allegations of said .; 11 I TMs$5700Vgto q43.pc.. .

'groceries in this neck of the woods. \Complaint will be taken as confessd NOTICE TO APPEAR :
pssssssssssssssssspsssflsrspsfltssssssr III tr I by you :
IB Circuit Court Bradford County \' NATfONALILVERSO.
She finally made it, between showers -} This notice shall be published I Florida In Chaaeerr. f. \ II

that the truck once each week for four consecutive! Plaintiff Helen I \
but reports Peter J. Bender, vs.
STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO. II weeks in the Bradford County Tele' Defendant. )
stuck in the Anna Bender. SILVERPLATE
I she was using got i. graph. Case No. 10-025 _
mud-bogged down good and Dated this 15 day of September Notice To Appears
Phone 160 In Canova Drug Store ( i 1953. whose .
To: Helen Anna
plenty seven times during the I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby residence and address is: 1101 W. -.--.-- SERVICE .

p day. The roads around here are Clerk of the Circuit Court. 2nd. St.. Wilmington Delaware.You : I ',. _
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Cler .
tLat a
terrible-big holes washed out in 9/18 4t 10/9 I suit for are Hereby notified -

them and ruts so deep a .car can Divorcehas c ==:m <
'j': get through. Looks as if NOTICE TO APPEIR been filed against,you in the = : ;;
hardly In CirrBlt Court, Bradford County, above named Court and cause and i

.. our mailman, Sidney Harris will Floridai In Chancery.. you are required to serve a copy of
:- Adam Drzymala. Plaintiff, vs. Maria to the 11L;
your answer or pleading I
'A soon have to abandon our road unless Drzymala. Defendant. complaint on the Plaintiff's Model 736 udop

it quits raining. We surely Case No. 16-066 Attorney William D. Morgan, -

.' need some work done on these Notice To Appear 507 Clark Building, Jackson: Magnificent eilverplate service for eight by
To: Maria Drxymala. whose residence -
yule Florida National Silver Company in famous "Rose
INTEGRITY roads, and this is no joke! and address! is: 19i Vernon and file the original in the office of
Avenue. Brooklyn, New York the Clerk of the Circuit Court on New 1953 PHILCODairy I and Leaf" p ttem...FREE OF EXTRA

You are hereby notified that a or before the C0t3FwiththepurohaseofanewPhilcoDairy!
dealing suit for 5 day of October 1953; Bar Refrigerator!
of conduct and with better trip to the Zoo Sunday with Divorce otherwise the allegations of said -- --------- '

thoughtfulness and economy in alli' Jeanelle Bullington. Jeanelle took has bove been named filed Cfturt against and you cause In and the I Jomplalnt by you.will be taken.. as confessed a Bar Refrigerator i I l'

serving these mark the reput- her Sanday School class. The occasion you are required to serve a copy of, This notice shall be publishedonce PHILCO "EASY OUT"
our your answer or pleading to the complaint I ecn week for four consecutive Foods
her 7th birthday. Cited for its contribution to Dairy storageby
on the PIal.tiff's AttorneyT. in the Bradford County Tele- ; ; I ,...
able quality of this well known firm. weeks the American Dairy Assocatlononly I ICE CUBE TRAY COUPON
Hear they had lots of fun. Frank Landrum Starke. Fla. I graph. I
: Mrs. Betty Kirby and children and file the original in the office of.I Dater this: 1 day of September, Philco Refrigerators give you the Award-winning I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or 1953. Dairy Bar, witb/fameus Cheese Keeper, Butter I
DeWITT C. JONES spent the.weekend with Mr. and before the 1J day of October, 1953; I. OFfICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Keeper and shelves for quart milk.bottles! NAME. I

Mrs. Albert Moody at New River. otherwise the allegations of said p Clerk: : of the Circuit Court u
Phone 7 Starke, Fla., Complaint will"be taken as confessed -. Clerk.NOTICE .
Marian L. Deputy
Sherman and Ben Rowe I By Crosby I I
I tn s.r.tJ-rp rfl_..SSSS-! Crosby by you 'Ii 4tZli AS ADDRESS -
enjoyed a fishing trip to Newman This notice shall be published 95

. Funeral Director Ambulance Service Lake Monday. Sherman had good. once each in the week Bradford for four.consecutiveweeks County Tele F81l APPLICATION TAX DKKI1Senate LOW fj1 1" EASY Specter Jfovtof efw No naff or phose onIets. I

graph. Bill %.. IC3 AS TERMS I Kon.celdIodiil*. I
Our local funeral home niWes u to offer convenience tai luck.Mrs. Dated this 16 day of September,
that T.
, services not etberwiie ava1l&bIe., Jeanette Crosby irworking! IS 53. Alderman Notice is holder hereby of given City,Tax Certi- J.I__________-_____J.
at the Suwannee Store while Mrs. A. Darby ficate No. 1. issued the S day of June.

: .,_f--___,__.,-I-J-t r J-jJrj. j-g4J Douglas is.in the hospital and recuperating By Marian Clerk I. Crosby of the, Circuit Deputy Court-Clerk A.D.. U 50. has filed same in my office -

,. We furnish the highest type service' at lowest' prices and from a major opera- 9/13 it 10/9 tax certificate deed and has to embraces be made issued application the thereon.following for Said a c H. NASWORTHY GENERAL SUPPLIES\ I

accept ANT life insurance policy .in forv ,- imed by ANTcomp&ar tion.Mr.. and Mrs. Wiley Edmondsonand NOTICE TO APPEAR described property in the County of .

I a* payment in part or In full on a funeral IB Circuit Covrt. Braifor Ccaaty. Bradford. State of Florida; to-wit: PHONE 19SJ
children of Miami are visitingMr. PUrldai In C-haarfrr. W 90 ft of N 105 ft of EH .f N'V'4of 232 E. CALL STREET
, Consultation carries no ObHpitlon; of Ex W 40 ft ofMlse !
Frederick SEii NEi
and Mrs. R. R. and Clifton Plaintiff
Crosby ,
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'"... -' Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Reagan. Defendant. Case No.Clifton.1-0S ship S S..ath Range 22 East I

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Bring Home 'the Bacon,Boys.. Be present tonight Victory to cheer our boys to ENJOY FINE FOODS AT Best Wishes to the Team

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Starke Hardware Co. Deserve Your Support .
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Support the Tornadoes with your presence- Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes Best Wishes Team Best Wishes From

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: ; Compliments. of : Support the Tornadoes with your presence .
Closed Tonight we've gone to the Game! Best Wishes From
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Starke Builders
Winkler Electric Service Denmark
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It's A Pleasure to Back the Tornadoes Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! Support the Tornadoes with your presence GEM JEWELRY

CHAS. C. SHEPHERDRadio }... DAVE PAULKHeavy Torode Chevrolet Co. The House Of Fine Diamonds '
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We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! r Best Wishes Of Best Wishes Team '., Best Wishes Team I

Hardy Bros. Motor Co. Edwards Grocery & Market Starke Motor Court _.i THE FARMER'S

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Best Wishes From We're Behind You, Tornadoes! -> Let's Support the Tornadoes
Best Wishes Team

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10th and McMahon
_4 Conducts ServicesIn Sunday School 10 a.m.

rJCHURCHES Lake CityThe P.Preaching M. A. 1L and 7:3i Morning Evening Service Service 7:30 11 a.m.p.m. SUPER DUPER WEEKEND SPECIALS !

Starke Camp of Gideon, Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud Prayer Meetings Wednesdaj _.
assisted by speakers from Jacksonville each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nigh '
held services in 12 Lake Bible School-10 A. M.
-- City churches Sunday, bringing WOODLAWXnSSIOXARY \
Annual Rally Day Methodist ChurchThe messages about the work of the FAITH BAPTIST CHURCHLAWTEY BAPTIST CHURCH Gj
j Gideons. ::::::: j
At Presbyterian First Methodist Church One of the services was aired School 10 a. m. Preach- 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. -=
Sunday, Sept. 27 will begin the observance of the over the Lake City radio station 'ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45 prayer :==:=
National Christian Education and another was held at the vet- service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. service, 7 o'clock song services, =-
The annual Rally Day service Week on Sunday Sept. 27, with erans hospital. A. E. :Massey, pastor.' 7:30 evening services. -
the theme, "For All Children a
conducted by the Presbyterian Local speakers at these services -
Church, will be held at the Sunday Faith in God". This will be pro- were Fred Dodd, Freeman Regis-,. -,- -f, -_ -.,< ..k. '. '. ,?"" _. .._......:! ', : ..,n ..rowsii
motion for all departments :::::
School hour, 9:43 a. m. Every Sunday ter Sr., and O. L. Linsin. They
member of the church and parentsand in the Church School. were assisted by J. F. Jaudon' .
friends of the Sunday School,I At the 11 o'clock morning service Earl Norman, Roscoe Bullington,' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke I/IIIIIIII-
there will be a special pro- Prices Good Thru Sat.. Sept. 26))
children are urged to be present. .I F R. Sacher and Mr. Poehner. j : Quantity Rights Reserved
all of the
Advancement certificates will be gram The Starke Gideons plan to take
School The i
presented at this time, and there I Church participating. part in a rally at Live Oak on Nov.
will be special music by the Junior Youth Choir and the Children's music 7. following which they will fill I! , 152 Gall Street
I. Choir will provide special I
and Adult Choirs.The assignments In Live Oak churches j
and the pastor, Rev Thomas G., I REV.: LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor
Lake ministers
the next morning. City
following teachers and of-
Mitchell will install members of I Siarke, Florida ,
and wives have been invitedto Specials
ficers will be installed: R. G. Pat- ;
the Church School Staff and the I Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town !
erson, Sunday School superintendent the rally which will include
Commission Education at the
; W. T. Jackson, assistant; service.At on ministers from Live Oak and Jas- Phones Office 234-Pastorium 130 -':::'
close of the I
Mrs. Herbert Green, secretary.. per.
Friendship Class officers: J. R. emphasis the will Sunday be on evening"The service Chris-I I. In ,announcing O. L. Linsin the, Live Oak of .' The Wesson Oil ShorteningSNOWDRIFT (Limit 1 w $5 or More Order!)
Rally president
Kite, president; Mrs.Bill Edwards, Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.:
tian -Home" with the pastor the Starke Camp, said that he
secretary. I Lb Con IftC
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Teachers: Mrs W. L. Cooper,I preaching on the subject solicits the prayers of everyone in Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. 3
And Beat upon That House".Families the promotion of the distributionof
W. S. McAliley, T A. Yawn, L.
H. Gibson Adult Class; Mrs. W. are urged to attend this spe- God's word, and that the Starke Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.WelcotnsNeightior ,
J,Epperson Jr., Senior High Class; cial service together. Camp wishes to thank the minis- < .. .. .. -
Claude Crowson, Pioneer Class;I Wednesday night at 7:30 all I ters of Lake City for their fine : '+ '- -- Armour's Star (Limit 1 w$5 or More Food Order!)
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Mrs. Herbert Green, Junior Class: Church School workers and parents cooperation in promoting this -- "
will meet to discuss plans' work. 72-oz
Mrs..E. C. Harden Primary Class;
Mrs. R. G. Paterson, Beginner for the new year. The meeting The Welcome Of A CORNED BEEF 39C
Class; Mrs. T A. Yawn, Kinder- will be held in the educational be St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Growing Church Is Ex- I
garten Class; Mrs. L. H. Gibson building. Refreshments Division will Raymond E. MatBIalo tended To EveryoneBIBLE
and Mrs. W. T. Jackson, assist- served by the Children's
and the Schedule of Services SCHOOL 10 A.5L
ants. the Young Adult Class O'Sage DessertPEACHES
Wesleyan .Class. B.T.U. 7:00 I'JI.
I Presbyterian ChurchJunior 9:45: am., Church School. 11 r No 2Vs Can
At The Tabernacle a.m.. Morning Prayer & Sermon; i HAMPTONFirst I E 21C
Choir Practice. Friday 6:30 p.m., Young People's Service I
3:30 p. m. Special practice for Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McKinneywill League. ,) j Baptist Church ,
lead the Saturday night youth '
Rally Day; Bob Gray, Pastor : VELVO Whole BeanCOFFEE
Sunday School 9:45 a. nu meeting. Sunday morning service 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun-
Special Rally Day program. :Morn- will be in charge of the sponsor, day 7:30 Lb
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p. m. for all young people 12 and Visitors last Sunday morning included 8 p.m.. Choir.Rehearsal. We are glad you are bringing ir
over. Evening Services 8 p. m. :Mr. and :Mrs. O. W. John- "Born Again ,
"To Heal or Not to Heal". son, formerly of New Jersey, now visitors were Mrs. J. A. Diddell, your membership to our r .-' --.---' -. .
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7:30 p. m. followed by Adult Choir Insurance office. Mrs. Johnson I Kissimmee, and Mr. and Mrs. E. I i DONALD DUCK OLD SOUTH
Practice at 8. vocalist,sang a solo'number.. Other L. Johns, Gainesville.

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to attend. Mr. Alpern is helping BirthdayPaty N-i: : Davis Elected Minister Elected has been filed against yon In the 'the Clerk of the Circuit Court
above named .on: application for a tax deed tn be
with the council this year. Court and cause and before
or the 5
Susie Bradford Fun and more fun was whatthe For Sally Lawson PMA Chairman For By Christian ChurchJ. you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complaint of- otherwise complaint will the be day allegations taken of October of 1J5J said: issued embraces thereon.the following Said certificate desi r:bed
as confessed
Hi-Y members and their dates on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. fcy yon. property In the County of Eiadfurti
had on Saturday night. A hayridewas Mrs. M. L. Lawson ana Mrs. Year Starting Oct. 1 E. Sherwood, Christian minis-I Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. This notice shall be published t. SLate of Florida, to-wit:
and file the original in the office of once each week for foul Lot 9 of Block 2 of Sonny Arres
Wilma Dockstafler entertained at ter of Bradenton has I consecutive
; HI Folks once again it's time given and then dancing later N. J. Davis, of Graham, has been electedto the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or weeks in the Bradford County TeleSID.. Sec. 21, Township 6 South
at..the U, S. O. Sure missed a lot a lovely birthday party Tuesday the pastorate ,of the Starke before the 1$ day of October. 1953; graph. Range 22 East
for,our school news Everyone is been elected chairman of the Bradford otherwise the allegations of saidComplaint
afternoon at the :M. L. Laws church. Sunday services 11 i Dated this 2 day of September The assessment of the said property
> settled and ready for the first of fun if you didn't go. County Production and :Marketing a.m.( will be taken as confessed 1953. under the said certificate issued
Members of the Science Club ranch for :Mrs. Lawson's daughter, and 7:30 p.m. Sunday School j by you (OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles .A.. Darby was in the name of Alberta Tyson
football game. Least we thought Association for the year This notice shall be published Clerk of the Unless shall baBy
Sally, who was celebrating her 9:45 a.m. Prayer Meeting each Circuit Court. said certificate
all this week. The each week for four consecuU'eweeks
. that everyone was settled. were beginning Oct. 1. Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. redeemed according to law. th.
, Seniors' are sporting their new club received finger printing Information second anniversary.A At an election last Saturday, Wednesday 7:30 p.m. graph. in the Bradford County Tele- _.. 94t 9property described therein will be
circus color scheme of red, sold to the highest bidder at theOTIE
the B. I. This
, class rings around now. They from P P. M, A. members elected their DEDAN' Dated. this IS day of September APPLICATION court house door on the first Monday .
white and CIIRTJRCH 19 3.OFFICIAL ,
yellow was attractively SERVICESThere
the science FOR TAX DEED
is project for in the month of October. 1953
senior a yearly farmer committee which in addition -
SEAL Charles A. Darby
arrived last Friday Every ( )
carried out. The lace covered refreshment ( raate Bill :>.. 163 which is the 5 day of October 195:!L
was proud to get them. club.That's table to Davis, includes E. L. Kelly will be all day services Clerk of the Circuit Court. Notice Is Hereby Given That J. Dated this 2 day of September.
centered witha Clerk
was By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy
about all for this week. M. Sistrunk & C.
A. Futch. holder of
and dinner on the grounds at 1953.
Student Council had a meeting and J. W. Kelly as regular committeemen 9/18 4t 10/9
gaily decorated cake on a mer Tax Certificate No. 17. Issued the
at the Friday night OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dar:
Monday They are very glad to you game ry-go-round musical cake plate and Leon Conner and Dedan Church near Brooker on NOTICE TO APPEAR 2C day of May. A.D.. 1951. has filed ':Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradf,,-dCuu'itr

have Mr. Casey as their sponsor. when Starke plays St. Leo. which Happy Birthday during James Rosier as alternates.The Sunday Sept. 27. Preaching will I II. Circuit Coart, Bradford Conatr same in my office and has made Florida. 91' 4t :i t*
, The Council is looking forward to -Susie P. M. A. committee holds be by the pastor Rev. C. F. Florida IB Chaucer
the party. Moving pictureswere Marie S. Jannace, Plaintiff ts, Al- r---
a great year. President C. W, taken during the afternoonof regular meetings to plan and carry Padgett. and there will be singingin fred Jannace, Defendant. --- --

Slade appointed a committee to Two ScholarshipsFor the children out a program that will :best the afternoon. The public is Case No. 10-059

draw up the constitution. Head. Students Who Delicious refreshments playing. in keeping serve farmers. Any farmer in the invited. Notice To: Alfred To Appear Jannace, whose resl-"' WI1LER/ : ELECTRIC SERVICE

ing the committee will be Lucille with the theme were served by county is eligible to participate in dence and address 1s: rnknown.
You are hereby notified that
McRae. Plan To TeachTwo the hostesses assisted by Miss, the program. The committee assists Church of God suit for 1101

The school is very proud of Faye Lawson and Mrs. Ewell Law- in choosing farming practices Divorce

l- their band parents. They are busy legislative general scholar son. Following refreshments, favors that will tend to build up Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn has above been named filed Court against,and you cause in and the| 'pN/ a.

the of teachers the of ing Worship 11 ajn. Evening to serve a of
getting the concession stand ready ships for preparation of circus trains, loaded with and conserve productivity you are required copy
pleading to the complaint -
available to Bradford Service 7:30 YPE Service your answer or
- land.
: for football Also the are p.m.
games. animal crackers were given to on the Plaintiff's Attorney
band students are selling pens Countians at this time. P. T. the youngsters. Plans for the coming year include Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet. Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Exchange RADIO

and NoUn supervisor of county schools soil building, soil conserva- ing :30 pjn. Thursday. Building Jacksonville.
: tags to go on your car, Helping Sally celebrate the occasion Florida
"School Days", a book In which I announced ysterday. I were Roger Kelly Buddy tion and tobacco allotment pro- Lawtey and file the original In the office of -Int 1NI AND
the.Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
to school activities. Be These scholarships are good for grams. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning .
put your t Morgan, Robbie Barksdale, Hugh before the 19 day October, 1953.
; sure and see a member of the bandto $400 annually and the persons I Stephens, Peggy Sue Yancey, Don At the first meeting of the new Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo otherwise the allegations of said I TELEVISIONSales

buy any of these. accepting them are obligated to and Carol Hardy Donna Patrayand committee, a regular meeting day I'i ing Saturday 7:30 p.m. I ed Complaint by you will be. taken as confess _

Annual Staff is under way for teach one year for each year the Kathryn Peek. will be announced, so that any- This notice shall be published I eflsflfls
the"54" annual' Pictures will be I one wanting to contact the committee once each week for four consecutive
is received. They are
scholarship, OTiCE TO APPEAR weeks in the Bradford County Tele-, -
taken on Tuesday. Wednesday and available until the recipient receives Calendar'Explained will know when to do so. !. Circuit Court Bradford C..t. graph. ti
Thursday of next week. Editor Florida Im Ckamcfry.Frederick Dated this 15 day of September,, and'Service
his or her master's degree.At Nolan Clifton Plaintiff, 1953. -
of the annual this year is Archie At RotaryA Sewell To Direct vs. Wilhelmina Katherine Clifton. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby, e-ne a-rflfls Snsflfl-flrSSSSSS rrrs.sspaflfl
CarmichaeL the present time there is Defendant. Case No. 10-05 Clerk of the Circuit Court.By .] 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida
A at Ice T. Appear.To Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk i I
Speech club is starting a skit, one scholarship available for.a. discussion of the proposed ,Woodman Sponsored : Wilhelmina Katherine Clifton, 9/18 4t 10/9: -

. freshman student and one for a "World Calendar" was given at whose residence and address Is; -
which will ,be presented at an assembly Boys OrganizationMembers Seaford Dela NOTICE TO APPEAR ,

in the near future. senior student. the Rotary Club Wednesday by You are hereby are. Notified that a In Circuit Court. Bradford COURt ,: :-.... > ...--: '- ,:>::< ; < ,_.,,,,, ':'- -,-,:, ;:,' '_: ;:.: ---'-' :- ": .> -
program P. T. Nolin and A. J. Thomas Jr. Suit for Divorcehas Florida IB Chaaeery.
Teen Town was, really in the The examination will be givenon of Bradford Camp, been filed against you In the Eunice Jordan Plaintiff, vs. James
out the ad- *
The speakers pointed of Woodcraft will be offered named Edward Jordan, Defendant.
Boys above Court and cause and
swing Friday night. All teen. October 13 In Gainesville, and vantages of the perpetual calendar now available to boys you are required to serve a copy of Case' No. 10-032 i
: forms be obtained your answer or pleading to the NotIce To Appear.To | NHOMEFORSALE !
agers were finding something to I application may which would remain uniformfor throughout the nation through I complaint on the Plaintiff's : James Edward Jordan, whose' I

do. TeenAgers you are welcome from Mr. Nolin. each year rather than being these groups sponsored by Woodmen Attorney Evan T. Evans 103 residence and address is: Unknown
notified that a
Your hereby
Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville are
is the calendar now
variable as of the World Camps. Florida suit for Divorce and other relief
in use. Sewell former and file tne original In the office has been filed against you in the
Cecil secretaryof
Sell It *, Rent It Trade It.wITH W. H. Graham, who attended the local WOW who has been of or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Courton above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of .

the American Legion Conventionin active in boy's work in the past. 19 day of October. 195!; your answer or pleading to the \
otherwise the allegations of said plaint on the Plaintiff' \
St. Louis, presented a record will direct the club here with the Complaint will be taken as confessed A. J. Thomas. Jr..

A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow ing of one of the speeches madeat assistance of J. W. Yeoman, district by you. Florida I' _
this gathering. This notice shall .Nt. publishedonce and file the original. in the office of'
manager of WOW in this each week for four consecutive I
area and present secretary of the weeks in the Bradford County Tele- -

Rates Good Results Easy To Place Mrs. Olga PrevattMrs. local, camp. graph.Dated this 14 day of September..

Last July the Woodmen fraternity 1953. FILL DIRTGOOD

i-; WORDS OR LESS! ONE INSERTION - 50c Olga Prevatt, 67, died Mon', received national recognition OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A.Court.Darby II

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c day at her home near Brookerand for its work with boys and a B'y Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. RICH

DISCOUNT OF IS PER CEXT OX TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS funeral services were hell!sports magazine presented an ____ 9/18 U -10/9

Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in award to the national officers. NOTICE TO APPEAR SOILSee
.: 23 ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV ADVANCE Dedan Cemetery with Williams la Circuit Court, Bradford Couaty. TOP
., Teaching and training is offeredto Florida In C a.rery.

MEMORUNS CARD Of THANKS,RESOLUTIONS-20c PER LINE Funeral Home of Gainesville in boys, ages 8 to 15, in conserva- Adam Drzjmala. Plaintiff, vs. Maria

(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) charge of arrangements.Mrs. tion, parliamentary procedure, Drzymala- Defendant.Case No. 11-066

Prevatt was a native ot safety health, sportmanship, and NotIce T* Appear BILL JACKSONJackson
To Maria Drxymala whose residence -
FOR RENT-Furnished, Kingsley FOR RE. Unfurnished house. In. Bradford County and a member of citizenship. Many of the clubs also and address is: 193 Vernon
'. S room cabin. 2 bedrooms quire at Bus Station. tf the Primitive Baptist Church. Transfer Company New
Lake. have rifle teams. Avenue. Brooklyn, New York one-story concrete block dwelling situated on
:>, and 4 room apartments. Private Town.\W.\"iTED-Elderly white 'to Survivors include two brothers, You are hereby notified that a Phone 165 Orange Street off
bath. See W. R. Towiuend, couple Boys who place membership at suit for r just Lafayette. Two bedrooms
sends Grocery. *tp 91n live on farm, close in, rent free, B. W. Mott of Hague and F. M. Divorce "
groceries free; and assist In carIng this time may qualify fof the free Living room, kitchen & dining combined, two spac
WANTED-Reliabls Man or Woman for aged father > and usual Mott ot Brooker; three sisters summer encampment offered to ious bedrooms with adequate built-in closets bath
In farm chore Write Box and Mrs. Matti-J ,
farmer 823-P. Rosie -
with car to call on Mrs. Kelly
full Starke. Fla. A recent encampment WsffWtwtrwuWDEEP hot water heater, Coolair attic fan
Bradford County. Part or Stch* 10/2 Sowell Brooker and Mrs. Deattie Venetian blinds,
day. No experience or capital re- at Panama City was attended by and shrubbery.. Just
completed and
quired. Give, references. Write FOR SALE-Five room 2-bedroom Conerly Tallahassee. more than 250 members in north ready oc-l
McNESS COMPANY.' Kox %TU. De- frame house, good condition. Will FREEZE BABY BEEF cupancy. This is truly the one great bargain for a:
Tenn. sell to be moved Florida.
Station, Memphis I. or will move.
SoLo 2tp 9/zi Contact Lucian Conner, phone 285. CARD OF THANKS family desiring a strictly modern home with the

2tchg 9/25 'Slaughtered to order. Pick out the like. latest improvements.
WANTED-MAN TO SELL CRATESat I'wish to thank my many good your one you
Jacksonville produce market. NEW! TRY STAR PLASTIC TYPE friends and neighbors for their I We invite you to visit and inspect the conditions with'
Must have good references Apply CLE-\SER-Doea a better Job Reasonably Priced With TermsFor
William Carlton Co.' 1197 W. faster. No messy liquids. Self- kindness and thoughtfulness during W. C. T. U. which your meat is handled. -
Beaver St. Jacksonville. Un renewing lasts Indefinitely. Only !
50c at Bradford my shut-in days. And special An I
I County Telegraph. PRICES VERY REASONABLE Inspection See Or Call
.FOR SALE.-Missionary and Florida tf thanks to Mrs. McAliley for her MEMBERSHIP PLEDGE OF I

S0'9 Strawberry plants. Just bed made.or FOR SALE-Missionary faithful attendance during my ill: W. C. T. U.
on new land by strawberry
1000.Grown Myrtle Priest,. RU 1, Box plants grown on new land by the ness. May God bless each one of "I HEREBY SOLEMNLY PROMISE SANTE FE STOCK FARMPhone A.J.THOMAS-204Temp/e.
IT. Starke. Up 10/3. bed or thousand Maurice Ed W. A. Bonham.
wards. Jr.. .Starke. 2tp 9/11 .you.Mrs. GOD HELPING ME TO I
FOR SALE-Boy. 2( Inch bicycle, I CARD OF THANKSI ABSTAIN FROM ALL DISTILLED Keystone Heights 3571 or P. 0. Starke Fla.uwwwLwwu. Phone 14 & Stance, Fla...
brand new tires and tubes. Mis. FOR RENT-Klngsley Lake-Three wish to take this opportunityto I 3..36-J.
Cypress- 'est bedroom furnished cottage Oct. FERMENTED AND MALT i ,
Kaufmann. _
George Moreland Sts. Pinehurst Subdlvlioa. thru May. $65 month. May be thank Mr. and Mrs. Carl Har- LIQUORS INCLUDING WINE,! I _J_ -- _. : ':/' >', -,_..--' -: : _._
seen Sunday., Sign HOKE ton the minister and all the -
many -
HARRIS 1 mile South Strick --- ,
R -----
FOR SALE-Corner lot with eight land's Landing. 4tchgr 9/25 kind people for their kind expressions ALL PROPER MEANS TO rI

room two story building on U at of sympathy at the death of DISCOURAGE TIlE USE OF
Sll N Walnut St. If interestedsee LET J. D. ODOH. JR. \
beloved wife Jessie. Sincerely

Olin White, Sr., 4SS Lake St. HANDLE YOUR my AND ,TRAFFIC IN TIlE SAME." ATGriifis
Jtp 10/2 CATTLE AND HOGS yours,.

POSITION WANTED-Reliable mid. Live Oak- Each SALES"VedaeidayGaIaesvIIle -christian Hansen_ _ _ V4YS

die aged couple desires managing Each FridayRADIOS Bros
oi Motor Court with living quar REPAIRED ,
ters. Write Box 82J-W Starke. Fla.
ftp 9/25 All Make AH ..'ela
Reaaomable rkaricv trIIara.t.e'
r .
16 t. 12 U AZALEAS*ea 100 fr $3 00 WANTED-Graduate nuise 01 LIVING ROOM SUIT
BELVEDERE AZALEA MRSEKY licensed practical for general
Paullae Karle C.llln.. duty. Doctor's Clinic Hospital. "ESTERBROOK DAYS"Becausewith
Earletoa. Fla. PB.B. WaU 2563 301 W, Call St.. Starke, Fla. tf

FOR RENT-Farm, house and barn FOR SALE 8" x 8" x is" ConCrete -
reasonable to responsible party. Block 18c each. Plenty of CHAIR AND SOFA
West Lawtey Write Pox 82J-W Mortar Mix and Ceynent. Brad 5 YEAR GUARANTEE
ford Engineering Company. Phone Esterbrook
c/o Telegraph. lIp an

JOB OPPORTUNITY-Young men Fountain Pen, students can choose ....-
wanting to learn chain store business SALESMAN WANTED Write or ......''.' = Reg. SALE -
must be willing to work in wire Rawleigh's Dept. FA-0-216V their own point style. ;7.i .
Memphis Tenn. very
another elty. 18 to 35 years of age Regarding opportunity -
with high school education. No for Rawleigh businessin
769.95 A0.50
experience necessary. Startingpay Pradford County. No capital ....
$SO' to, |40 and regular In needed. liP 10/2 .......
creases. Apply local manager: TO SELECT 02 REPLACE i.
,Lovetts. Itchg 10/2 Look' !

FOR SALE-Cushman Motor Scooter Attention FarmersWhite

cheap Andrews Motor Co. .
Itchg Seeded Sweet Yellow '5 PIECE Reg. SALE

MIDDLE AGED white woman wants Endorsed By ; 24.50-
Job In Tourist Court as maid. Mrs. LUPINE SEED Dinette Suit- 39.95

LUlian! Browning. Ru 2, Box 193.Starke .... Reg. SALE : \
Itp Highest Germination For Sale Educators For .

2556 7 ..... .
7. 13.95
FOR SALE-1 Serve SU Ice box 7 $10 PER 100 LBS. School Use. 8.95 10 PIECE Reg. SALE 1 1r't'
cu. ft. S24.95; 1 kerosene 3 burner
stove with oven $1$. 1 gas range 129.50
(Detroit Jewel) t.95. Call 17-U3 T. Frank LandrumPhone Bedroom Suit 199.95
for appointment. Zip 10/2 I jAn ,-
<< 162 or Write Box 546 -
FOR SALE-Missionary Strawberry NEW
plants 13.00 per thousand. C miles 2668 PLASTIC Reg.
Ideal Stwknt Pen
on Rd. 100 Vest of Starke. Mrs.
Lillian Browning Rt 2, Box 193, WAITRESSES4x6 Platform Rocker 26.95 17.50
Starke. Up I I With A Point For
FOR RENT-One 4-room apartment WANTEDPro.pect1ve J
One ;-ru.m apaitmeat both nice. Every Writing Task. Furniture Prices All Cash
ly furnished. Elee. equipped. 1
mile from bridge E. Starke, Bes- purchasers to 15.55 d'tZsd&/-t.-:; 5
sent Rd. Mrs. 11[. Wynn lIt. see my list ot Dwellings,

1, Box !-C- tfcn Farms Ranches, Acreage, Lots DEARBORN OIL HEATER 19.95''

FoR R&. Comfortable 3 room Lake Front Properties Business

apartment with bath all electric Property and Business Invest In Case ofDaznageAllPointStylesAre 1I.
kitchen. Also sleeping rooms. Alo ments.

*Lake.furnished 303 W.house Madison on St.Kingsley. Mrs.t These listings are available to 1550 () L SAVE 10% FULL SIZE

J. M. Mitchell. Itchg 1tilIE! 1 I. .
those \\ho want to buy or in-.
Instantly Replaceable Gas Range
FOR RENT-4-room cottage, turn- lest In Florida.
ished. $S week, lights and ______ ON PHILCO
water. Klngsley Lake road near Call. write or phone for a -InstantlyRenewt3ble ___
Camp Blinding. Burner Guaranteed
Klngsley Court. *

Box 451. Starke. Fla. ttp id/! copy.A. J. THOMAS -By You. 155, -I %' .- -5--- Electric Ranges ; 'ti;. ; '.- ; Life Of Range

FOR RENT-Klngsley Lake: 3 bed. Refrigerators
room house living room and dinette REAL ESTATE BROKF.R
modern kitchen bath with 204 Truple \u. T.le....e 214Start. Reg. SALE Freezers ; #' : Reg. 129.95
tub. hot and cold water, gas stove ... FUrlda Complete Fountain Pens $2.30 and $240 !
and gas range for heatin r. 10 49.50
mo. Contact C of C or Mrs Jack 29.50 While They Last I
WlUlams.. 2110 N. W. 3rd Place Sale 00,50
.. .... ,
( aIs.svIII t' WANTED TO BUY OR RENT-5 ort
I room one story unfurnished 34.50 19.50 07 I
house. well lasulated. Within See Our Floor Display
Starke Ice Co. Stmrke city limits. Address HL
Bradford County I
Telegraph. tfJ/15 BOX SPRINGS ;

Now Open For FOR RENT-Two furnished houseson Same Price Easy Terms and 6% Bank Financing on AppliancesRHEATE

KlnKslejr Lake. C. A. Putoh. -- .,
SUGAR CURING Hehg Esterbrook Desk Sets From $3.00In

FOR UEXT-5-room houj-e. fnrnfehed. IRON :
and Smoke Curing with bath. on Keystone Rd Colors To Match Your Office Furnishings
lMT outhan of Starke. Inquire f
YOUR MEATS Michigan, Ranch. Jto lt/9 Maroon Green Walnut
-'- ., -. Gray Black GRIFFIS BRO S
r !
ALSO COLD STORAGE STOLEN T.reen bill fold and enin SALE t
nurse Saturday. Please return
Starke Ice Co. Identification caper>> and pictures. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHPhone 1
Jimmie Cole, Gen.: DeL Starke. J4..50

Phone 12 Starke Fla. 1 t4- 29 MAXVILLE FLA. PHONE 3 J
Starke, Fla.Jttl LAWTEY, FLA
FOR S.'LE-1SA T !Oft ft. lot on St. Ji

Clair St. Write P. 0. Box 9. Itp' ------ Jf f i j

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