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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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t xs' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOfficial

'.' OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLl. CAROLYN CALLSTREET


.". PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY FARM AND RANCH

UNDER SAME MASTHEAD County Publication Established In 1879 SOIL CONSERVATION



,: :VOLUME SEVENTY-FIVE' STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1953 XUMBER. -TWELVE




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..-..;.-.. i Untimely Death Of Chief Executive Places Senator In Governor's Chair"This


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} is a very sad and solemn occasion."
) ; ... at 7 p.m. seniority through leaves of ab-
# Thus did Senate President Charley E. Johns of Starke, in..
I The oath was administered by sence although he has not been
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few brief words his swearing-in Tuesday night as'
a keynote
Supreme Court Justice John E. active' on the railroad in several
-1 acting governor to perform the duties and powers laid aside Mathews in the presence of the years.

aaw by .the late Dan McCarty who died in a Tallahassee hospital.I\ Senator's wife and two children, C I His father, the late Everett E

Monday night. Charley Jerome and Markleyann, ''
I Johns, was an early sheriff of
= It was a climatic chapter in the \several days .that the condition of a few close friends, and a numberof Bradford County. He was shot

I career of the 48-year-old Starke Governor McCarty was such that state officials and legislatorswho to death in Nassau County when

business man who more than 20 he might be called upon at any had come to the capital following the acting governor was an infant.

years ago set his sails to become time to take over the duties of the Governor's death. Rev.T. .I I
.: I president of the Florida Senate. the office of governor. He had G. Mitchell, pastor of the First Under the provisions of Florida's -
constitution Johns will
k a'I He succeeded, and presided in been in conference with many of Methodist Church of Starke, of ,

I that*capacity at the 1953 Legislative his friends and political advisors ,!,which Mrs. Johns is a member, serve as acting governor until a
successor to Governor McCarty Is
/'session. Not even he, how- since Saturday when Mccarty's gave the invocation. I II I
wrJe named in the general election of
ever; could have foreseen the physicians announced that the I I I Senator Johns enters upon his
1954. Johns
would continue to
f ? quirk of fate that was to place Governor's condition had taken a duties as acting governor with a
b # serve through the until the
year
,4 y' I him so unexpectedly in the gover- turn for the worse. I I I wealth of legislative experience
man elected for the
nor" chair of Florida. 1 1 Monday night, to escape the ,dating back to 1935 when he served two-year un-
expired term is in
inaugurated
I True, Governor McCarty suffered -,constantly ringing telephone and in the House of Representativesfrom January 1955.

1 a crippling heart attack last j other disturbances, the Senator Bradford County. He was :

I February, less than two months and Mrs. Johns went to their sum- first elected to the State Senatein I Political writers believe at the

I after his inauguration, but he had mer home on Crystal Lake for a 1937 and with the exception of present that Senator Johns wouldbe

been able to carry on the dutiesof > hoped-for night of rest. It was one term has served continuouslyin barred from running for the

his, office, and physicians held I there that word of the Governor's that capacity since. It was 'unexperied term because he wasa

.... .: (Photo. for Telegraph by Red Kerce during actual swearing-in ceremony) out hope for his complete recovery.|death was brought to Senator long his announced ambition to member of the 1953: legislaturethat

., Three weeks ago, however, the: Johns a little after 10 p.m. i,become president of the Senate, a raised the governor's salary
Senate President Charley E. Johns takes oath in Tallahassee Tues-. !
;Governor made his first public appearance -t j After wiring condolences to position to which his brother, the from $12,000 to $15,000 per year.Florida's .
day to perform the powers and duties of Governor of Florida. Administering last late Senator :Markley Johns was
sine February,, ;Mrs. McCarty and requesting Secretary constitution forbids
Motor Court Sold oath Is Supreme Court Justice John Mathews, while Johns' Trustee Election riding in an open car in a Shrine .' of State R. A. Gray to elected in 1932, but who died before member of the legislature from any offering

son, Charley Jerome, stands beside his father. parade in Tallahassee. He 'con ':close all state buildings and fly he had the opportunity to for a state office that has

tracted a cold which he was un- the flag at half mast, the Senator serve. been created or had its salary
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For $50,000 Set For Nov. 3; able to shake off and ten days i ,retired for the night and returned I I The Senator is also a successful raised by that session of the legis
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Legion Official Amazed That Mails later he entered a Tallahassee! to his home in Starke Tuesday business man, heading with his lature of which he was a member.

hospital where it was announced I morning. I son a local insurance firm and | It will also have to be determined -

301 Sites ActiveSale Carry Propaganda For Communists Freeholders VoteBradford that pneumonia had settled in one I1 I He and his party left for Tallahassee +likewise owning and operating an whether the man who is electedto

lung. He put up a gallant fight I about noon Tuesday and, :ice company and a tourist court. fill the unexpired term will be
for life, but the disease placed an 1 after He takes particular pride in his eligible
at the
calling mansion to to run for the succeedingfull
l The ,Starke Public Library. re-|I, Thomas, therefore, wrote to Joe pay
additional strain on his weakened his to standing as a conductor with the term. Florida's
Mrs. constitutionsays
three school respects he
County's McCarty,
of the Sleepy Hollow Motor cently received through: the mails C. Jenkins, chairman Department I
trustee will be filled for two heart a load that it could not : retired to a hotel to wait for the Seaboard Air Line Railroad whichhe that a Governor cannot be a
.Court on U. S. 301 north of Starke what has been termed by A. J. Americanism Commission, Gainesville posts i t
more in a county-wide elec- carry. (trief swearing-in ceremony that has held for nearly 30 years, candidate to succeed himself in
has been announced by Max and Thomas Jr., local member of the and enclosed the booklet, years ,
Ida Use Peuker. The new owners American Legion's Department "itself. tion, to be held Nov 3. In the Senator Johns had known for took place in the Senate chambersnot and in which he. maintains his office.

Pare Mr and Mrs. R. C. Murnan who Americanism Commission, as one' Jenkins, replying to Thomas, same election district school mill-

,came here from Montlcello, Ind. of "the most .effective:pieces of said he had been unable to find a ages will be voted upon.

where they owned and operated a out-in-the-open communistic prop- copy of the booklet in the Gaines- Only one trustee may be elected Tornadoes Meet Palatka Here FridayThe I

summer resort on Lake Shafer. aganda ever to be fired into the ville library, and that he was going from a single school board district,

They have one daughter, Geraldine. public libraries of this county." to take,the Starke copy to an which means, of course, that two

Sale price, as indicated by documentary -| The propaganda was. in the form ''Anti-Subversive Seminar he is of the five school board districts With a 26-0 victory over the St. with his offense. The Torna- .- .

stamps, was $50,000.: of 'a booklet' 'entitled "United attending this week in Akron, will be without a trustee. Trusteesrun Leo Lions to their credit, the BHS does on offense were a mite too ,' 'T" '
Another business'transaction Nations 0 W's in Korea Ohio. for office on a countywidebasis 'I
p, Tornadoes tonight (Friday) takeon anxious to get going and ended
'recorded was that of pie former published by the Chinese People's j Thomas, describing the booklet, however, and voters in all a strong Palatka team at Brad- up with 130 yards in penalties

Edwards building (most recently Committee for World Peace. It aid it contained many pictures districts will ;have a chance to vote, ford Park. against them.

occupied by Ann's Bakery), sold i was mailed from Geneva, Switzerland \ showing our boys looking as if I Present trustees are O. J. Phillips .. This contest is an East Florida Sidney Strickland and Lavon

,to R. C. (Pee Wee) Dampier by apparently to public libraries they were extremely healthy. and Lawtey; A. L. Green, Brook-I Confidence game the first conferee Lewis showed! up very well in their

Ben Suslow for an indicated.,throughout the country. I happy and- being provided with'ample er j and L. F. Dinkins, Starke. I I I battle for the Tornadoes i punting for an average of 35.51

i6,500--lkjstrported :thAt Mr Mrs. Jeanette Young, local-, food, entertainment, recreational Their names will automatically go and the second for the visiting I yards. Strickland punted five''

Dampier will move his pool room 'librarian, called the booklet to facilities, medical treatment, back on the ballot for the coming Maroons. times: for a 37.2 average, while I

to this location. (the attention of Thomas Theo etc. election, unless they resign before Lewis averaged 31.5 on his two. I ;
In a family transaction title t i, 'local American Legion Post dis | To cap it all, Thomas said, a hand. The Palatka eleven is rated highly Gary Garner and Paul Rivers I! I Y Kr
two
the former Rabeck property on i' cussed it at its meeting last week supposedly before-and-after pic- Persons wanting their names this season, already holding showed fine performances on the

U. S. 301 passed to Joe W. and Iand, decided to refer it to the! ture of General Dean showed the placed on the ballot ?s candidates victories against no losses.Green Cove The line. Ned Pringle, first string I*

Sydney N. Brown of Ridgeland,.I .Legion's Department Americanism general as hale and hearty after may do so by presenting a petition Maroons swamped tackle who re-hurt his ankle, will
39-0 and beat conferencefoe
(Continued? on page ten) Commission. | (Continued on page ten) I bearing the signatures of five Springs 14-0 not dress out tonight. ,
Deland last Friday night.
.. freeholders 15 days before the Statistics
Palatka team, coached by

I- Here're The Farmers -- Where're The Congressmen? .election.freeholder The and candidates only freeholderscan must bea Rabbit the T formation.Smith, will Their operate backfieldwill from 1st downs __"'_BHS 8 LEO'1 ''

vote in the election. Yds. (scrimmage) __238 3
find lettermen at all positions,
The trustee board has much of Yds. (passing) __ 66 32
headed Joe Turner
by Maltby, Billy -
the in Total yds. gained __304 35
Bradford County farmers and responsibility appointing Bobby] Barrentine, and blocking
cattlemen had a lot of questions county teachers and principals and specialist George Willis, fullback. Passes thrown ____.._ 9 12 ,

they wanted to ask those Congress. works with the county superin- The visitors will also have letter- Passes completed ____ 3 51! HARDHITTING TORNADO TACKLES: ((1 to r) Kelly, Pringle, Cox,

men, but the 'll never get a chance'I tendent and the school board in a men at both ends, guards, centers, Passes Intercep. by 2 o''''Magjari" Henderson. Pringle will be out tonight due to Injuries.

sort of Punts .... __ 7 7
supervisory capacity.Mrs.
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and big Bunky Roberts, 202 pound- I I.I
now.The much heralded Committee Marian Crosby, supervisorof er as a letterman tackle. The line Avg. dist. punts __35.5 35.4

or. Agriculture of the U. S. Houseof registration, urges all persons will outweigh the Tornado line Kickoffs ______ 5 1 Dr. KartsonisTo Rites SaturdayFor

Representatives was scheduledfor who have become freeholders since and the backfields will be about Avg. dist. kickoffs___ 16 39 Jax Office

a brief stop here last Saturday 'i'is their registration to call at the even. Yds. kickoffs ret __'19 0 Open : Oliver Slade

at 11 o'clock. & : court house and make the Penalties __ 14 3 interested
morning : proper The Tornadoes opened their '53 Friends here will be
Farmers and cattlemen were 4 p notation on registration certifi- schedule in fine fashion last Fri- Yds. lost pen. -__130 11 to know that Dr. Paul Kartsonis,I I i Oliver Slade, 79, lifelong residentof

ready and waitin' for 'em. In cates. The registration office is before home Own. fumb. rec. 2 0 formerly of Starke, will open offices -
day night a good i Hampton died Wednesday nightat
Fumbles ___
lost
fact, the Bradford Cattleman's Association ; open for registration of new voters crowd. The game started slow, 0 1 I in Jacksonville on October 6 the office of a Starke physician
burned the midnight oil' and for the transfer of those who Individual yards from scrim-
l I j but before the first quarter ended at 132 East Duval St. Dr. and where he had gone for treatment;
the night before preparing lengthy II 3 ;have moved from one precinct to the Tornadoes held a 7-0 advantageand mage: Jackson, 54 in 9 tries; Douglas Llrs. Kartsonis are residing in He had been in failing health foe

resolutions in which they advocated ;.r another from 8:30 until noon and upped it to 19-0 by halftime., 26 in 8 tries; Lewis, 51 in 6 Jacksonville at 1955 Euclid St. the past year.

a stepped-up government ; from 1 until 5, Monday through Wayne Douglas Sidney Strick- tries; Reddish, 7 in 2 tries; Brown, I I| Mr. Slade was born in Alachuaon
purchasing program to bolster .y Friday, and from 8:30 until noon 24 in 9 tries; Skoofalas, 9 in 4
land, Lavon Lewis, and Jimmy McClane September 13, 1874, the son of
'T. K. Sr.
sagging beef prices. I : on Saturday. Reddish got into the scoring tries; Clark, 9 in 3 tries; Strick- the late William A. and Betsy
likewise disturbed over land, 58 in 3 tries.
Farmers,
I column along with Ronald Patray, ; Thomas Slade. He had been a
the rise in price of the things they who booted two extra points. Junior Varsity Game Dies In Lake CityT. i farmer all of his active life.
buy and the drop in price of things Safety Council Tuesday night at 8 o'clock the 'I I
is brother William
Douglas, fullback, bucked over Surviving one
loaded with -Polaroid 1-MInute Photo by the Telegraph- Junior Varsity boys will the
sell suggestions
were \ play
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they K. McClane Sr. former
a
M. Slade of
from the two yard line in the middle Hampton.
and questions for the \Meet Junior Varsity Ketterlinus elevenat
County Agent G. T. Hi gins (back to camera) tells disappointed Postponed of the first period to give his Bradford Park. Admission resident of Starke and father of, Funeral services will be held at

committeemen T13 Republicans farmers and cattlemen, gathered in the courthouse last I team .a lead. The chance to score will ,T. K. McClane Jr., one-time Bradford the graveside in Santa Fe Ceme
Democrats. Saturday mornIng \ be 25c for
Till everyone.
and seven farmers and \ that the Congressional agriculture committee members I October 5I came when Mim ,Shoofalas intercepted : County farm agent, died 'at tery near Hampton Saturday after
Some 50 or more got
I II a St. Leo pass on the St. his 'home in Lake City Wednesday noon at 2 o'cIocK with Rev. Bob
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cattlemen braved the downpour, "scared of the weather" and scurried back to Washington.who I Masonic Meeting I
j I The Leo 30 yard line and seven plays afternoon. Gray officiating. Interment will
meeting to
this area on the fringeof : organize a -
that swept later Douglas went over to score. Funeral services will be held at follow in the family plot.
late fall hurricane that was Bradford County unit of the Florida I Held Monday
a the Gulf Coast near had pounded a typewriteruntil Lribution 1 program, to give cattle } Citizens Safety Council, originally Sidney Strickland, did most of I I |12 p.m. Friday in Sherrill Funeral DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeIs
pounding the wee sma' hours of the ]producers a fair the team's back Home, Lake City. in charge of arrangements.
Panama City. But it seems they price for their j scheduled for Tuesday night, I punting dropped I Bradford Lodge No. 35 F & A M I
morning redrafting resolutions ]product. We further importing into punt formation and 44 I
ran
braver than the committee- oppose was postponed until Monday, Oct. met Monday night with Ben Row-
were passed by the cattlemen near mid ] beef and beef products j 5 at 7:30 of yards for the second score. Strick- land, Worshipful Master, presid-
Those gentlemen who had p. m. Place the meet- I
men.been touring the southeast to night, was notified of the changein j from other countries which in our j ing will be the courthouse.The land picked up his downfield block- ing. Scout Court Of Honor Held Here
plans a few hours before
the
opinion con opinion, affects the demand and ers and picking his holes well, outdistanced -i Affiliation petition of Alex
grass-roots I
sample scheduled meeting was postponedwhen
meeting Saturday morn ]price of our cattle. I. the defense. Vernon Yawn from Raiford Lodge No. 82
cerning the new farm program, it was learned that certain
ing. He got on the and
phone Teston, end, threw the block
key
2. The Raiford and William
Agricultural S. Haas of
drizzle at St Conservation
got wet feet in a headed off delegations that ;state officials would be unable to
were that enabled Strickland all ,
and apparently payment program which is ad- to go Marion Dunn Lodge No. 19 Ocala
Augustine Friday, coming in from Brooker Lake : appear because of Governor Mc- P
intimidated by mention of hurri- Butler, Green Cove Springs and :ministered under the Productionand Carty's death. the way. I was accepted by the lodge. -A-4

cane Florence", cut their visit other nearby communities. Otherwise Marketing Administration has The general public is invited i The.third. Tornado score came i i It was announced that the supper -

short and kite-tailed It back to the disappointed crowd wouldhave 'greatly reduced its valuable as- and special emphasis will be placedon on a SL Leo fumble. On the kickoff I planned for October 1st was w

Washington. numbered in the hundreds. 'sistance to Florida farmers as it the organization of a teen-age after the second touchdown postponed to a later date due to -c- 4JJI1r

County Agent G. T. Huggins, is set up for 1954. Soil buildingand Safety CoqncilCattleman Patray's kick was fumbled by St. unforeseen circumstances which
In spite of the disappointment, conservation practices that I Leo and Lavon Lewis recovered came up this week. I _

there was quite a bit of good- ;have been of greatest value to us'i i:, Plan I for the Tornadoes on the visitors' I Ted Connell, Master of Waldo

natured raillery about the committee's have been cut out or severely i 27 yard line. On the third play i I Lodge, thanked the Bradford Degree -

1t rvL,1 J backtracking, especiallyin limited in their extent for 1954. 1 Supper MeetingFor from scrimmage, Lewis went 20 j I team for their splendid work Y
,view of the fact that its mem- We i yards in beautiful for his in the Fellow Craft
strongly recommend that the a run i, putting on y t
N.v bers had received a rather "warm"reception 1955 30 touchdown minutes the half Waldo
program be drawn up more October before Degree at Lodge. He also

at a previous meeting in the line with the 1952 and 1953. ended.. I stated that the benefit supper put i_

with farmers in Valdosta Ga. programs which offers more practices -1! In lieu of their annual barbecue, .' Again, soon after the second half on by Waldo Lodge was very suc-

I I -I guess they decided they'd applicable to improving and the Bradford County Cattleman'sI !began, Mim Skoofalas interceptedhis cessful and thanked all Master

better not come any farther conserving Florida soils. I j'Association has planned'a series second Leo pass on his own 30 Masons and Eastern Stars for thei

South" one farmer laughed. J We, in Bradford County, favor lof supper meetings. The first of I yard line and returned it 14 yards 1 cooperation.. I

I "Yeah, the Republicans started I the resolution submitted :you on these suppers has been scheduledfor \tc the BHS 44 yard line. After j C. A. Futch, secretary, announced

b running and the Democrats followed providing necessary legislation to the last Friday night in gaining six yards from scrimmage, that the regular meeting time -Polaroid 1-Mlnuta Photos by the Telegraph-

," joked another ,permit flue-cured tobacco grow- (October, at 7:30 in the Starke Sid Jackson threw a pass to Jimmy of the Lodge will be set up to 7:.(,

I But the Congressmen are ers in Florida to grow their allot Lion's Den. Reddish on the visitors' 30 yard p. m. for the winter season. Scouts receiving top awards at'the Court of Honor held in the
gonna
Vknow, Pete I shore was get the resolutions anyway, sa.sAgent ment on land adjacent to water I All members are urged to at- line and Reddish went the rest of I I i Legion Hall here Thursday night, Sept 24, are pictured above with

disappointed whoa them IS Republican County Huggins. He proposes supply for irrigation purposes. tend this supper meeting, and non- the distance for another score, the Farm Bureau NoticeThere 'i their Scoutmasters. Left to right: Jan Mundorff, advanced to rank of

Congressmen failed to \ to mail all committeemen 4. The above recommendations member cattlemen are invited to play covering 50 yards. Life, Troop 70 Scoutmaster Harry Green; Paul Peter, Star Scout; John

show up at the courthouse lastSafdy copies, and this is what they'll endorsed by the Bradford County ,attend and become members. The rest of the game was slow, will be no Farm Bureau Paul Jones, Life; Charles Prevatt, Star; and Troop 2 (84) Gainesville
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raawln Hank. That shorewould've read (when they quit running); Cattleman's Association and Brad- I I I The Association points out that with neither team showing much L 1 meeting tonight (Friday), President Scoutmaster Bert Ames. Peter, Jones, and Prevatt are all of Troop

Me, too ford County Farm Bureau. .better organization is needed offense. At no time did SL Leo J. R. Wainwright announced 2 ((84) which the attendance for this
been sight. I ,j 1. The Bradford County Cattleman's II' won and advancement award
a Why i Reaction to the nonappearanceof among cattlemen and farmers for I show any scoring punch and managed 'yesterday. The next meeting will I i
court. Mundorff, cl Starke 70 is the
more'n two 0' Association Troop holding a ribbon presented
alnt never seen i unanimously the Committee ranged from L influence of future legislative agri- only one first'down; that by .be held Friday, Oct. 9, at 7:30> !
bunched favors tonduce j !local troop for taking second place at the Scoutarama exhibits in Jack
j cattle
them "publicans .ptogtther a buying program I
keen :'pjn. which time will be
disappointment on the part: cultural programs. Maurice Ed- virtue of a completed pass. at plans
In ma whole life, and the present cattle popula- .1' 1 sonville last summer. Six troops in the Gainesville district were represented -
of to utter the fall I
for membership
\ some disgust on the wards Jr. is president of the local Coach Hobbs said he was pleased made
that wuz on TV. tion and provide for a wider dis- part of others. 'Cattleman's Association. with the defensive' showing, but t:drive. I at the court. I II i I

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AGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA
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BRADFORD E. L MATTHEWS VTfYfTTVfWWfTTTTYTTYTVHEILBRONN teachers of the Sunday School 1'I is now with the Florida Light and I water level is not lowered verj'kets I are $1.

k',- the work they are doing. Power Co. and is in these parts soon, these pines may die and the I The Keystone Heights Catholic
COUNTY EDITOR Invitations are out for !Jin connection with installing electric t Club bake sale which schedul-
lake lose much of its was
beauty. I
wedding, of Miss Ann lines to the I
Kaye new duPont plant ed for been
has
Saturday, Sept. ,
j> VIEWPOINT rath and Robert Louis I at Lawtey. Mr. Don't forget the Lioness's Card ?
Bowles and Mrs. McQuaig
PUBLISHEROLDEST by lIarlanorman
f: TELEGRAPH postponed until Saturday, Oct. 3,
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Saturday, Oct. 17, at St. were visiting the Denmarks. party at the Woman's Club on Fri.!
...... at 10 a. m. it will be held across
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(Catholic Church
t in I Little Martha Sue Finley had a Say, Oct. 9, at eight o'clock. Tic-:from the post office.
FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD
: The New River Association WMi'There will be a reception at f badly sprained arm as a result of I I'I

j Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under U Rally win be held in our church']Keystone Inn following the 'I an accident on the playground at' IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH SLADE e
: the Act of !March 3, 1879.e today (Friday) with Rev. C. A.I I mony. the school house on Thursday of i
" : Crosby bringing the morning mes- :Miss Walrath and Mr. :last week. j I 0

MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATIONMcCARTYlS sage.Rev. were entertained at dinner but'I:; Mr. and Mrs.Fargo Ballieau o(, e WITH THIS WONDERFUL
and Mrs. J. E. Lingerfelt I';Saturday at the Timuquana 'Sarasota, spent the weekend with H I
were dinner guests of the Ancel I try Club by Mr.and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reynolds. They K Q
\ Normans Sunday. I Coppedge and Mr. and airs. J. were on their way home from 1 E :";:3 l 1
Mrs. Susie Norman is still con- 'Coppedge of Jacksonville. Highlands, N. C. where they spent J
Eii fined to a Jacksonville hospital Commander and Mrs. J. D. the summer. I i CO r=I y 1

' < where she was takan several days I terson of the Lake Geneva Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sipe have returned -I. = qa R
ago after suffering a heart atj I j ments have returned to their frpm a ,vacation.spent In aoge1,
tack. Ernie Johns is also serious-: in I ttII
b STANDARD :1 Jacksonville for the winter.Mr Pennsylvania and on the West : .u
ly ill at this time. | and Mrs. Fred Coast. i r ---""
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,, Mrs. Gladys Gaskins left Sun-'l'former residents of Keystone, Keystone Lake is up to such an t I H c 5: I Ii
-. day for Puerto Rico to visit her I in Keystone this week. Mr. i ?
extent that the pines around the
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r.J' kL2 4 4ff! : Mrs.son-in-law Jimmie and Lee.daughter She was Mr. and accompanied I Quaig was with the R. E. A. : shore are standing in water. If the .A YOR'H :

as far as Miami by her;
,.. I husband. From there she took a', 'ALL TYPES PEST CONTROL I O yIn
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All Florida grieves this week with the ment. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vann and SPECIALIZING IN I:I GET 00

family. of Dan McCarty. His firm belief in the necessity of attract- daughter, Ann, of Live Oak and i CITRUS GROVE SPRAYING < .
Although his term as Governor was brief ing more and more tourists to Florida resulted Mrs. Iris Stancil of North Carolina I| .. >

'cut short by his untimely death even .in the legislature's doubling funds for visited the R. L. Morgans last'1 Large or Small e... All For The Lifetime Guaranteed dH
k in the few months he served he raised the advertising the state. The increased bene- weekend. COMPLETE EXTERMINATING SERVICE Burners

i t. standard of Florida politics. His influence fits to Florida's needy aged also received Joe Gerald Norman Rudolph and I' FOR HOUSEHOI D PESTS AND TERMITES Unbelievable Low .
Sapp spent
Sunday
with Mr.
t for good will long be felt for he left a pattern their first impetus from Governor McCarty.He and Mrs. B. J. Eggars of Jacksonville Cost Of Only Full Size Storage Space
I of honesty in government and personal in- promised when campaigning, that he Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. For Those Pots And _

tegrity that cannot easily be ignored by those would make Florida's dog tracks pay a more 2220 N. W. 6th St Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla.CONFIDENTIAL C K Pans 'Ii! H J

who follow, after. equitable share of the state's tax;; burden and v.m..mmm..ryy. < Automatic Top Burners
he followed through on this promise by :; i _: 95
Of all the tributes paid to Dan McCartythis 02E3 J
week, perhaps the most revealing was forcing a reluctant Senate to pass a bill requiring Keystone Heightsby Simmer Cooking

that spoken by Florida's respected Commis- dog tracks to pay some $2,000,000 UP $ H Minimum Gas Use COO
sioner of Agriculture Nathan Mayo when he more in taxes annually Mrs. Sara McDonald M

said: "I am too full of grief to make a coherent Governor McCarty pledged himself to keep ........... .........u Two Giant Top Burners H
t statement. I do think he had the illegal gambling suppressed in Florida and Porcelain Enamel Frame
when reached him that The Community Church Women 1o1ITOS 53H
makings of going down in history as one of reports conditionswere will hold their -
regular meeting <
getting out of hand he wired the
and I think
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greatest ''
our governors Tuesday. Oct. 6, at 7:30
very conscientiousness in wanting to doa sheriffs and state's attorneys in all counties the Community Church. All p. m.wom-in' H Gas Costs Less In A Tank

job for Florida brought on death." where federal gambling stamps had been en of the church are invited to at- O -
There are others who feel the same purchased to enforce the law "or else" tend. On Sunday, Oct. 4, the Com H
many The hard lot of filling Dan McCarty's shoes munity Church, in common with " O2
way has fallen to a native son of Bradford County all churches of the world, will ob- Slade Gas Co.
"Dan, you're taking this job too seriously," President of the Senate Charley E.. Johns. serve World Communion Day. On Prompt -- Friendly Service t >
the Commissioner said he told the Governor, the ,
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same the "
Senator Johns will enter upon his new responsibilities day Sunday school I" 11 '" W
half half seriously. But needlessto will hold their E:
'jokingly annual
with Rally Day.
as acting governor a M
say, the well-meant warning went unheeded. legislative background extending back to All parents are invited. Mrs. Hen- STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO. PHONE 121 STARKE, FLA. .
It was a serious job and to a man of 1935 when he served in the House of Repre- ry Hall, president of the Keystone I

Dan Mccarty's high' principles there was sentatives from Bradford County. He was PTA. will present to the a office word of and appreciation !, Phone 160 In Canova Drug Store : IT PAYS TOsTRADE WITH SLADE 0
just no other way to take it. first elected to the State Senate in 1937 and

Although serious illness struck him down with the exception of one term has served

less than two months after his inauguration, continuously in that office ever since. He is

Governor McCarty, handicapped as he was, no newcomer to affairs of state and for that ..
managed to get under way a program that_,., very reason, he would be the first to recognize
should in the ensuing years, have more constructive the magnitude of the task that faces him in
benefits than some governors have following Governor McCarty. His remarks

,managed in full four year terms. upon embarking on this new phase of his :

Because of his urging the State is embarking career, indicate that he is aware of his grave EFINECAFL.": .-- ,
on the. greatest building program,in its responsibilities to the people of Florida. .;"'J,.:'

history. The first steps toward modernizingan The Jacksonville Journal spoke well we _

archaic court system are being taken; think, when it said: "Dan McCarty has set .. -.
efficient state purchasing practices are being the pattern. It i is to be hoped that those who I ; r :
studied with a view toward making "what follow him will keep his lofty views in mind, :

you know" more important than "who youknow' always, so that Florida can continue to progress Til/l; tift the fine car price : .. < .

.' in,getting., and holding state employ- as he would have wanted it." : .

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papers have been taken to task by a studentof '. <)4 : : -
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journalism for writing editorials that are
came first the chicken or the egg.
"over the heads" of their readers. Takingthe ,, \ ;- 1 ----
hint, we have written the following in Well, it seems we're not getting anywherefast. '.. e

a style which we hope will be clear to all.) ",. '\ .- .

H stands for House. And neither is Starke's housing situation. ., -; -Lt n ,-i t tI

See the pretty house? With an already critical shortage, construc- -'- t

tion of another mine operation in this area ..... ..
Starke needs a hundred more,like it. will probably put folks' to sleeping in cars
again like they did in Camp Blahding days. --- ;
The reason you don't see it is because it _A
isn't there. Can't the FHA help us out? -- ...,.

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Why isn't it there? Well, it seems that FHA will issue the -
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commitments, but they still have to fin
Because it hasn't been built yet. someone to buy the mortgages that is d'u' l ll ,atln g America's costliest cars, feature after feature, Ford k worth -that the appearance of a Ford Car :

Why hasn't it been built? put up the money. l leaves: very little to be desired. It is ,

Well it seems the big insurance companiesand Surely there must be some' institution more when you uy ItVort I 1 more when I you sell it!I "at goes home"wherever everywhere. it goes and it t

others who lend money' to build houses somewhere that has enough faith in a town

don't like to put their funds out in little with as much on the ball as Starke to buy MINUTES on the te egIves. you exactly the amount of would be the most comfortable vehicles But w hat about Ford quality tha''
Does match ?
towns of less than 10,000 population.But insured mortgages to build a few houses. AtEW calling the dealers who power you want when you want it on the road. sheet it metal too; of th thebody car panels Is as '
America's finest will -automatically.
how can a little town, without any va- Hope ;you're right. When you find out who reveal there are at least eleven cars models Without being technical we can thick? Is the finish as good? How _
cant houses, get to be a big town so it can that party is. just let us know. among four makes with price tags Fine car power steering, too. The tell you that what's been done with about the trim and things like that?
over $4,0001 big, heavy costly cars offer it for the the suspension and springing system Well, as far as we can determine, the
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT children John Jr. and Linda, of L. L Wainwright, son and daughter. i same reason they offer power brakes. gives the Ford a softer ride, a sheet metal: is identical in thickness
Dade City were visiting their uncle -I Mr. and Mrs. Tucker attendedthe Now the interesting thing is that It's man-sized job for a 120 pound smoother ride than many cars which in practically all Instances. As tofinish
STATE FARMfAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. Fla. Ga. football game in in feature after feature the Ford car woman to handle a car weighing two tip the scales at better than an added -we believe Ford baked-on
Feagle, Saturday and Sunday.Mr. E'I Gainesville Saturday afternoon. duplicates each of these fine cars,and tons or more without it-especially half ton. enamel has no equal in any car. Ford
and Mrs. E. J. Yarbrough's BRIDGE CLUB for less than half the fine car price! when parking. Our "Master-Guide" upholstery fabrics and trim are less I
What about room? I Here's an interesting but less delicate too
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has distinct benefits.. costly they're ,
\son and family! Mr. and Mrs.Albert I Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr. entertained two
Mrs. H. J. Kuccra spent the Look under the hood of the most point. If you've felt that only and if anything, more durable. re
Yarbrough of Gainesville
the Clubwith
weekend In Lake Worth visiting spent the weekend here Monday! Weekly Bridge expensive cars and what do you find? First it gives a hydraulic power a costly car offered enough room you
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sanders. Mrs.'another son, Mr. and Mrs. William I, 3 tables of dessert bridge : assist right down at the wheels and just ought to sit down in a Ford even flow then is it possible to give you
Sanders returned home with Mrs.Kttcera Edward: and son visited them. Mr.Yarbrough j Thursday September 24th in the I If.V-8 Engine! just enough to take out the work. Youdon't if you're out-size and six feet four! this fine car at half the fine car price?
for an extended visit. i has been confined to afternoon. Mrs. C. M. Turney, a i Well, the Ford oar has a V-8, too. In relinquish one particle of conThe so-called big ear is bigger on the
Mrs. L. L. Griffis has her sister his bed for several days with the former member, was guest of 'fact it has had a V-8 since 1932, and trol-rather your control is more com outside, but unless you buy a ]limousine Part of the answer lies in Ford
Laverne McCormick of Macclenny' "flu" b-it Is much Improved at this]' since that time Ford has built more plete and far easier. with those little jump seats, it's manufacturing skills and knowledge
honor
and received of
visiting her for a few days. I Ir writing and is wished a speedy I I a pair ear :V-8's-by millionl-than all other not one passenger bigger inside.as evidenced by the V-8 engine. Part
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Murphy had covery. 1'e.1'rings a memento of the occasionA manufacturers combined.And there's Second, being hydraulic, "Master- of it comes from the ever increasing
their daughter, Mrs. Clarice Miller-. beautiful pair of pillow-cases 'no other builder in Ford's price range Guide power steering absorbs those Visibility it another fine car Ford numbers of can Ford produces and
and husband and children of Jack-1 1Bonville. i| Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Tucker and!,, was awarded Mrs. J. G. Godwin, +(that's seen fit to offer one yetI! fatiguing'steering wheel tremors feature. We say Ford ears oilerfullthe economies. they make possible.
with them on Sunday. t I|;children of Fernandina Beach the high scorer and Mrs. l .R. caused by ruts and roads in bad circle*visibility because they all have, And, part of it comes from Ford's
Mr and Mrs. John Elliott and spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Dean received But the engine, as fine as it is, is repair. And you don't pay a fine car huge, curved one-piece windshields willingness to give greater values
--- - .-. - - I aJar or home-made I only one of many things that make price for "Master-Guide.* and a huge rear window to match... than might be expected in cars selling r
pear jam as the bingo prize. The a fine car fine plus side windows that mean every in Ford's price range. And that'sBut '
home took an atmosphere of fall % there is another fine car feature passenger gets room with view! the Ford idea.
Try/ ;Automatic th. Ford ride. Books have '
Expert with arrangements of marigoldsand ; shifting, fer example: -
ginger limes placed throughout : All the fine can' &' it in one form been written on the subject of'riding flow beautiful is a Ford? A great
Radio And III the rooms. }ler" another because it's oae of the quality in an automobile, but the English poet John Keats once wrote

i i Mrs. W H. Edwards. Mrs. ,things that nii&a tine oar fin*. But __ payoff comes on the pavement-or "Beauty is Truth, Troth Beauty"-
SERVICEALL G. Caldwell and Frances attended J. f you.,. MW &VCB a Ford with lack of itl Many people associate a well, he could have been writing
the reunion of Mrs. Caldwell fOrdomfttte rou'vrmbMd: CM of the v comfortable ride with excess-weight about our car for its beauty comes FORD
family held Sunday In Fairfield at Motf & **rf gt Jjf.. This mring f 1 but it's not weight alone that makes from honest clean lines in every .
MAKES ALL MODELS the home of her sisters Mrs. A. lOt with for comfort If it were.thcse big five dimension. In fact, we think most

G. Younge and Mrs. W. D. Green, N. trucks which you see ev/ry day J 1 people agree-evea i our competitors \Vbrii mor* icfon'you bttylk ,

FREE ESTIMATES CALL 239/ where relatives gathered from auld _,-r _-.---: --_- _. % la e you rill
over Central Florida for an o "
Most Experienced Finest Equipped\ fashioned picnic dinner. A
goodd
time of reminiscing with old
Satisfaction Guaranteed
new relatives was enjoyed by
I Mr. and Mrs. Milo Seigler alLa

Chas. C. Shepherd :very Tarpon good Springs friend. Jack pend Fletcherof Sunday ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

I Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers night with them. On Monday Yrs
PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA. Roy Fisher of Green Cove Springs

and enjoyed Whitefields.lunch with the Seiglers ,Madison & Adams Sts. Phone 118 STARKE, FLORIDA



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yyyyyyYvYYvVVVYVYVYYVVY. at the First Baptist Church Mon-their education and moral. Patsy and Buddy and guests Mr. ..y..y y.YT..T I()n :Monday Mr. Phillips and children -b| judges of costumes. President this THE RIGHT POINT for the

day, Sept 28, at 7:00 p. m. One J Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Williamsonand and Mrs. Edgar Price of Long Island Ola Mae and Danny, and rear JIlrs. is Archie CarmichaeLDon't way you write. Come in and se-
HAMPTONby children, Linda, and Glen, N. Y. visited their sister, LAWTEY( Redd and children accompanied -II forget the game tonight. lect
responded, Mrs. Betty May your favorite ESTERBROOK
girl and Mrs. Martin Hersey of Theressa Mrs. Mary Jones and family at Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Phillips Home en out and help support your
Counselor for the girls is very spent Friday evening with the I Crescent City, Sunday p. m. by L II. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA to Miami for a stay of several I t. Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at
Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA much discouraged as several attempts -I Wiley Williamson's. :Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hill and lays with relatives and friends. I See you next week. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE-

have been made to form I Mrs. Vernon Slade, son, Donald !S children were Sunday guests of I Ii IMf. The W. R. Dixon family of Jack-j Susie. GRAPI7: ,

the club, the next meeting time land mother, :Mrs. Fannie Meads i Mp. and Mrs. Truman King at I and Mrs. Joe Shuford and S onville spent the weekend with
G. A. Club I I f -
his Mrs. W. E. Gault, and'amily.
sister [
in Gainesville Mon- Jacksonville .
were shopping Sunday.Mr. Kenneth
The Women's Missionary Unionof will be on Saturday, October 10. [ son of St. Augustine f .
Birmingham 3 Alabama Is Parents should get behind their day.Mrs. I and Mrs. Edward Saxon spent the weekend with his mother,
I. sponsoring an Intermediate Girls children when they bave an opportunity Louise Manier is spending:and daughter were in Eau Gallic Mrs. J. S. Shuford. _
Auxiliary for girls from 13 to 16' like this one to belongto "a few days in Jacksonville. I recently. | Mrs. E. M Futch and son,
J. years of age. They were to meet I something that Is to further I :Mrs. R. F. Dyal, grandchildren f Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Larson of Floyd, spent the weekend with Susie BradfordThe
Jacksonville visited Mrs. T. F. relatives in the Glen St. Mary and I

Brown and son, Frank, Sunday attended the Annual Associations _
j t 1 afternoon. meeting at the Primitive Baptist \
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Church. Tornadoes led B.H.s. to a I
I Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown and
St. Leo
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I son, and Mrs. T. F. Brown accompanied -i j' :Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Eliz- victory by beating I Ion
( Frank Brown back to abeth Terry were business visitors Friday night. Cheerleaders for

(Gainesville Sunday evening after to Jacksonville on Saturday.Mr. 1 1I the "A" squad football team this I

|spending the weekend at his home and Mrs. Hugh Ingramand year are: Ann Crosby,Jimmie Cole,

fig: arr f t ;. I here. I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey were 1 Martha Landrum, Frances Douglas,
I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins,among those attending the foot- ]Barbara Prevatt, Sandra Johns,

|son, Joe, daughter, Mrs. George ball game in Gainesville last Sat- Sandra Strickland and ,JoAnn 0000ru
, .e Williams and son, Howell, were'urday. Slade.

I Sunday guests of the Leo Wigginsin I Mrs. George Roberts Jr. spent Hi-Y Club is selling the programs i
Jacksonville. !, at each football LLALI
1 i I ;fondayith relatives in Hastings. j game
: I Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown }{r. and Mrs. Fred Sacher of I this year. Be sure and buy one.
,l r spent Friday with their mother, ;Keystone Heights attended services Sounding very good on Friday L :cY'C ,
1 tI r i Mrs. Ida Parrish in Earleton. I II I: at the Methodist Church last I night[ at the half time was the
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fI I Mrs. Wm. Hammond and daughter Sunday morning.Mrs. BJJ.S. Band. Head Majorette Joann : %
I Willow Ruth, called on Mrs. Lois Hodges or aackson- : Smith sure did some high stepping :::;
I
Wilson Bedenbaugh :Monday after- ville returned home last Thursday and twirling. Joann looked

I noon.Mrs. .after spending several days with I dashing in her new costume of gold ;t5= 'j ('AN1AE4
YOU
i Ena Nazworth has been a her mother, Mrs. Margaret Kelley, from head to toe. Other major-
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) patient at the Hospital Clinic in |and her brother, H. C. Kelley and I ettes looked very nice in their uni- -r- OWN THIS
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Starke for the forms also.Teen t= ;ft: : _
K.tiwsg ... tains I I I II past week. :family. "i"H : ::lfl'
Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Dyal and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. of An- Town was really supported BIG 8 POUNDCAPACITY
'. ,.I son, Jimmy, spent Saturday with thony is recuperating at the homeof Friday night after the game. The '= I -._"_
',1 their daughter, Mrs. Elmer Lewis her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. council wishes to thank parents rP1ff't" I

I and family at Starke. ;Carter, after being confined to an ,who came and helped with Teen ::-/;:' r
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Priceof I Ocala hospital for some time be- Town.' All parents are welcomedon -- ---= ', --
Long Island, N. Y. spent the'cause of a major operation. any Friday night.A i: G E
;(weekend with his sister, ,Mrs.I' Members of the Lawtey School treat was in store for the

Russell Dyal and husband. Mr.,faculty, together with Mr. and kids on Monday,. when there was
Price better known to his friends Mrs. L. H. Futch were in Lake no school. The teachers sure did t I
r' i as Eddie is a former '''Dis- WASHER
I Hampton boy.'Butler Monday attending a get the treatment cause they had
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins trict Educational Association.Mr. to go to a teachers meeting in
CHILLER spent the weekend in Jacksonvillewith and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and 1
I Lake Butler. So only the studentswere : i :
Freezer'
: Roomy Mr. Collins' mother.Mr. daughter spent the week end with lucky enough to get a holi : r fI -
; and Mrs. C. L. May visited!the J. O. Raulerson family in Jack- day. I o.

her sister, Mrs. May Sweeney and ,sonville. Library Council gave a "Get
I k 1 Full-Width daughters in Gainesville Sunday.) Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.S. Acquainted" party on Tuesday.

I I Chiller Tray Mrs. Ben Loper of Theressa call-j] A. Hicks included Mr. and Mrs.F. Games and refreshments were
1, C. Martin and son, DarrelL of
ed
1, I A onMrs._ R. F. Dyal Tuesday served to members of the council.
I Beach Mr. and Mrs. D. -T
I afternoon. Daytona ;
elected Tanner
They Eugene as
: ) J I,; AluminumShelves Birthday Party J. Parrish and daughters, Jo Ann their president.
Mrs. Margaret Crawford gave and Patty, of Maxville; and Mr.
a Annual staff was really busy on
? J a surprise birthday party for Lu- Jimmy H ) Tuesday, getting the seniors
I I readyto
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who has been sta-
i cile McCullough at the McCul- W. C. Phillips
have their pictures made. The
I 16Et'V' lough home Saturday evening tioned in Labrador for the past
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seniors dressed in and
)0o; I G-E Sept. 26.The I year with Uncle Sam's forces is were caps
.... _1 gowns for the pictures. On Wed- I-
RY Rtu' is- t I birthday cake was baked now enjoying a thirty day furlough -
l1'TM 1>.' .... (.De p endabilit Yto'att by Mrs. Crawford.Twenty I i with his wife and his parents nesday and Thursday the rest of
( I I the high school students will have
of Lucile's relatives and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips.
I'I their pictures taken. Also grades
,friends were present, she received After si-nding; some time here,
f t 1-6 will be taken.
a many beautiful and useful gifts. ,,i iI I Mr. and Mrs. Phillips will go to
1 04t L t | On account; of rain games were Salina Kansas for a visit with her Meeting was held this past : :
played indoors. I parents, and thence ,to Roswell, Thursday of the FJLA. President .
\ SCHOOL NEWS I New Mexico where he will be sta- Norma Gonzalez has planned, to ? ,

6-01.0 t ; qNp. I Filmstrips for the lower grades tioned on a new assignment. Mr !have a fine program for every

I' have arrived and everyone is en-!I! and Mrs. Leslie Phillips of Gainesville meeting. Special guest speakers
_010 c051 joying them. The 4th and 5th also spent the weekend with will be present at future meetings.,
1. , -t Band deserve .
ItI rl grades studied one on "The South ,his parents. parents applause.Sure EASY TERMS-LOW DOWN PAYMENT
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.1 \GO N I! Bennett of Miami spent were kept busy during the .
p li.\ Then and Now" as part of the C. B. - -- -
\ B, I'study of regional geography. l the weekend with"his daughter, first game. Eat a hot dog and,havea
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Coke at the next football
N(6G. I The first three grades are enjoy-'Mrs. Mitchell Brown, and family game.
ltO'll ing small group plays at the play' returning to his home on Monday. Just remember you are helping to
i period each day and will Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Jones and support the band.
engagein
SG>,PY large group plays later. \children, Maxine and Tommy, of Beta club is sponsoring a Masquerade 1451. Call St. Phone 229 Starke. Fla. ,

((8th Grade PersonalitiesI Keystone Heights were calling on Ball on Saturday night,
I Willow Ruth Hammond, daughter .',friends in Lawtey Sunday after Oct. 5. Planned entertainment,

f ,I of the W. W. Hammonds, was; noon. prizes for the best dressed couples,
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born in Blossburg, Pa., but has J i Mrs. Roy Tomlinson and children music and different things have
,. I spent all but 8 months of her life! of New River were Sunda r been planned. Teachers will be the l

145 W. CALL ST. PHONE 229 STARKE, FLJ L l.in the South. She is 5 ft. 4 in. tal 1 ,.evening guests of her mother, Mrs ---
.. ;;;.;" \and weighs 114 Ibs. Willow Ruth I'I'I ,I'Margaret Kelley.
(attends the First Baptist Church I j Miss Martha Pegram spent the

[ of Hampton, likes to cook, but I weekend' with Mrs. J. E. Warren. Choose gour partner.
i .dislikes washing dishes. She plans Miss Pegram was on her way from ..

FueJ-Oif to do office work when she gradu- her home in Stuart and going to
ates. I.Tallahassee for an extended visit

Rev Bob Gray gave 58 magzines with relatives there. Coke
Yt to our library. :Mr. Noun, our supervisor -I I Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Shuford and and have a

also gave us some the :children of Gainesville were recent

: 4 t t F'Mtt i &' -t same day. We appreciate their:guests of his parents, Mayor and
,kindness. Mrs. C. S. Shuford.
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You canutrtNuon I The lunchroom served 414 meals I I Guests of Miss Enza Blanchardand Look around. The familiar red cooler
'last week. i iI her father, A. M. Blanchard

I Mrs. Marion Howe, Starke C of 'during the weekend included Miss is only steps away, ready to refresh your
I 1C secretary, accompanied by Mrs.I'I'I Arthurine Blanchard of Jacksonville -

f L. H. Wilson, Larry Yarbray, I i Mrs. C. S. Bohannon of Mi- r '-. ,r- '' with the unique flavor
\ .Harold Tyrus, and Robert Cooper, ami, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye of
> h 4'visited I our school last week and Kingsley Lake. ,' .,, of the world's favorite soft drink..*

I A : : (gave a short program on safety.I I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley and
delicious CocaCola.eOITUO
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,Mrs.. T. J. Alderman, member of :I I children together with Mr. and El
,, ('the Safety Council, introduced the Mrs. Freeman Starling and children -
I visitors. A Safety Patrol was organized -'I spent Sunday, September 20,
I in our school with Dudley'with the Willis Starling family in
Hardy as captain and James I White House at which time they
T
I IThomas 1st lieutenant. I II ''!celebrated Mrs. A. J. Starling's i 1" iLU

I All five of our teachers and 62 birthday with a family dinner. ( : a+ lI4

j of our pupils were in religious ,,Mrs. Harley and the two Mr. \
lm I services last Sunday. Starlings are children of Mrs. A. :

>. w: Charles McCullough went to J. Starling. = I ,
i !Gainesville last Saturday. Billy j! Mr. and :Mrs. R. L. Smith and V
,, .. Hall was in Jacksonville on Sun-1 children of Jacksonville were Sun- I 1 -r / '
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x'i 4. .. I day. Dorothy Hardy spent Monday -day evening guests of his parents, r 1\ \
c | of this week in Starke visi-(:Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith. t 1 1
C ting her aunt. I II I Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wyllys of a
/ > t I The 6th and 7th grades have Hasting on their way home from I
h\
9t"t ''vacationing in New York State
1 celebrated the following birthdays ti T l'
: Delores Hardy, September stopped by to visit their daughter, 3
( .. : 26; Nell Williams, September 30; :Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Jr., Sunday ,
\ \ '- and Dorothy Loper, October 2. evening. -1r
t Our student body was saddened I I J. E. Warren was attending to
t. '
:Monday over the death of Gover- business in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. 11 1-

ner McCarty.The I! Betty Redd and children _
\ \ sixth grade is finishing,of Macon, Georgia arrived last ;

i their activity of making papier"I Sunday for a visit with her parents I j
.4 mache foods. Since the pieces I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips. 7\\\
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: :have been painted they look very I I i
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... realistic. Some of the models real- ,

ly eat.look as if they would be goodto PHONE 218 1 I 1

For the best in service as well as the best in fuel- L-
I Mrs.: Perkins visited friendsin t

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA

III FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1933

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Rehearsal SupperFor Mr. And Mrs. Joe Monteith WCTU J
Meeting Executive BoardThe seal at Starke Florida this Octoher
1. 1S5J.
Wedding Party Held Last FridayThe (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
executive board of the Clerk of said Court
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mizell Starke Woman's Club By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
4 .. _ first meeting of the new will meet Charles R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
were honored last Friday eveningat y :,-.,.. WCTU year was held last Thursday afternoon, Oct. 8, at Bldg.. Jacksonville Florida.

a lovely buffet supper party -i' : __ __ afternoon in the Friday 3:30 o'clock in the club lounge Attys. for PIt. 10,2 4t 10/2J

given by Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, Mrs. r .: Magnolia Hotel All officers and chairmen of standing --
parlors with la rirrnit
:Mrs.
W. N. Johnson Court Bradford Couaty,
Guy H. Sale and Mrs. W. B. Mun-
.IIIwi presiding. The committees are requested to Florida !. Caanrrry.
devotional
Gladys Mooty dy, Jr. at the recreation hall ot read was be present as this Is an important Doris J. Morgan Plaintiff vs. Joseph
Phoiie35nnrssrflrSSSSflSflSSSSSSSStflSSSSSflSnssSrfl the Baptist church. The'party ___ ___ by Mrs. J. Thornquest. A com. meeting. E. Morgan, Defendant.
mittee Case No. 10-10
\ t'k9k was named to
was given following the wedding arrange for Order Of Pvblicatloa tad A eke 'I
rehearsal I countywide distribution of temp. la Clrcalt Court. Bradford To Appear State Of Florida Tot j
of the honored couple, County Joseph E.
Miss Lucille Alvarez \Veds B. G. MizellIn who were wed Saturday evening in erance thanks was literature. A vote of Elwyn Florida Merle In Chaacery atche1or, Plaintiff, and address Morgan.is: Unknown.whose residence
given Mr.
Lovely Church Ceremony Saturday Night the Baptist church. ; Williams for use of the parlors.and Mrs. Batchelor\s. Mildred, Defendant.Helen Viturale Terczyak November You are 2 required, 1853, in to the appear above on I

The bridal motif was attractively Refreshments Case Xo. 10-107 named Court and cause. wherein
carried out in the table decorations were served at Order Of Publication tad Notice plaintiff seeks divorce. Custody and .
Miss Martha Lucille Alvarez terminated Into a chapel train. Her the close of the meeting with Mrs. To Appear State Of Florida Tot control of minor child. Bradford

daughter of Mr.: and Mrs. A. L. fingertip veil of Imported illusion with a handsome arrangement j E. Y. Berry presiding at the coffee Mildred Helen Viturale Terczyak Order County in Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Usues.this
of carnations and Batchelor. whose
pink lily residence and ad-
Alvarez, became the bride of Benjamin was held in place by a lace cap I table. dress Is: 14 Coomes Street Springfield Witness my hand and .! of the valley centering the table. seal at
Mizell outlined in Massachusetts Starke. Florida this October
Godfrey son of Mrs. seed pearls. The bride : 1. 1953.

Vera )Mizell of Jacksonville in an carried a white satin Bible topped burning Tiered silver white candle tapers holders were with used r Eastern Star DinnerSet November You are 2.required 1953. in the to above appear..nam on : (OFFICIAL EAL) Charles A. Darby
As Clerk of said Court
with with ed Court and
throated orchid wherein
impressive ceremony Saturday a purple cause plain-
down the length of the table. By Marian L, Crosby,Deputy Clerk
tiff seeks divorce. Bradford
For County
evening, at seven o'clock in the streamers of white satin ribbon September 20 Charles It. Hess. :Guaranty Life-

First Baptist Church. Rev. L. D. tied with tube roses. Assisting the, hostesses in car' t-4 0 ,* t h '!l In Telegraph.shall'\eXt tour! Weekly'Issues.publish this Order Sldnjf Jarksop>iUe' ,rlori ,- ..,
tag for their guests were Mrs. The Eastern Star Witness my nana and official Attys. for Pit. lojj ft I/_
Haines, pastor of the church, officiated Mrs. Alvarez, selected for herdaughter's I rj dinner, whichpostponed
... ,
Paul Raymond, Mrs. J. B. _ -- ---<- -- -
Sapp.
at the double ring candle- wedding a gown of I wo.: will be held _- -- '
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light service. Navy blue tissue faille compli- Miss Dorothy Ross, Miss Dorothy day, Oct. 22, at 7:30 p.m. Thurs-j _.n -- : -- -, __ ----- 'I
Alvarez, and Mrs. Lorena Dyal of
Two pedestal baskets holding mented with pink accessories anda I Masonic Temple. Tickets

white gladioli and pompoms in a ,pink carnation corsage. Jacks nville. sale at Sistrunk Feed & Seed HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT
Enjoying the affair with the
fan-shaped arrangement flanked The mother of the bridegroomwas ;ff' Store, at Koch Drug Store, and

the altar in the church. Across attired in an aqua silk crepe honored guests and hostesses were by members of the Order. There 301 1-2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301

the background were palms and gown with pink accessories anda 32 guests including members of will be a shXt program during the

white in cathedral carnation the wedding party, parents of the _! evening.
lighted tapers pink corsage.
bride and groom and out-of-town Regular Meals Weekly Specials IO
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candelabra and placques. The Following the wedding a reception ;

family pews were marked by was held in the church recreation guests. U.D.C. To MeetThe Fountain Service / I.

white satin bows tied with pompoms hall. Arrangements of white

and long satin streamers. A gladioli and pompoms, and potted Garden Club W. T. Week's chapter, U. SPECIALSUNDAY

program of nuptial music was palms formed the effective decora- Has Initial MeetThe D. C. will meet with Mrs. Mrs. E. !

rendered by Mrs. L. A. Canova at tions. The bride's table was overlaid K. Ferryman at her home on W. DINNERSTHOMAS

," the .organ, and Dr. C. T. Houpt, : with an imported cutwork Starke Garden Club held Madison street, Wednesday afternoon -

vocalist, who sang "Because" and I cloth and centered with a three- the first meeting of the fall season = : at 3:30 o'clock for their first

"I ,Love, You Truly", I tiered wedding cake topped with a Monday night at the Parish meeting of the new year.,

The bride was given In marriage ]miniature bride and groom. Balancing : i house! on Church street. New officers will be installedand

by her brother, Ralph Alvarez, the centerpiece were inree- ., plans for the new year an-
the business
Preceding meetingin Tne wedding of Miss Lois Mc- ter's
and chose her niece, Mrs. Ernest branch silver candelabra holding which Mrs. R. F. Young presiR wedding a grey crepe dress nounced at this important meet GARAGE & SERVICE STATION
I ee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. With black
Black of Jacksonville as her ma- tall burning white tapers. The dent delicious covered. accessories, and her ing. All members are urged to be
presided, a
Joseph William McRee and
tron of honor. Miss Jean Mundy candelabra were entwined with served j I corsage was of pink carnations. present.
dish buffet was
served as bridesmaid. Mrs. Black white tulle interspersed with tube supper Joseph William Monteith, son ofMr. !Mrs. Monteith, mother of the e OPEN 24 HOURS
members I
with the six new as and Mrs. D. A. Monteith, all of
groom, wore a blue
was attired in a floor length aqua roses. The punch table was covered navy crepe
guests of honor. The buffet table Eustis evening at a slumber party at her
chiffon over taffeta gown with a with a lovely cutwork cloth and was an event of Sunday, dress with grey accessories, and S EXPERT REPAIRS
was centered with a lovely arrangement Sept. 20, at 4:30 in the home on N. Walnut street following -
p.m. First her corsage was also of
pink carna-
sweetheart neckline. She -wore held two bowls, which were
punch
of hibiscus, and small Baptist Church Eustis. the BHS football game ... 0 WRECKER
long mitts and carried a'' surrounded with fern Rev. Hoke tions. SERVICE
matchiag plumosus ,
bouquets of ageratum and coral Shirley Sr. enjoying the night with Margaret
the
of
church
pastor ,
nosegay of bronze pompoms. Mrs. with gladioli blooms placed at in- I Immediately after the ceremony
vine centered the individual tables officiated at the Rose were JoAnn Slade, Joan and
Black wore a net cap sprinkledwith ervals. set about the lounge. single ring cere- ]I a reception was. held in the Grand Joyce Scholl, Jackie Colley, Linda PHONE 211.J STARKE, FLA.
mony.A
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bronze pompoms. Miss Mundy' Mrs. R. B. Alvarez met the reception View Hotel. The bride's table I
During the business meeting the program of nuptial music was I (Johns, Gail Duke, Sue Duncan, '- -. .,
gown was fashioned with pink guests at the door and Uu work for the year was reviewed was overlaid with a linen tableCloth Sandra Johns, Alyce Lord of Jack- -- -
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presented by Wayne Hobbs at the - '
nylon and net long skirt with eceiving line was composed ofhe including plans for the Flower and centered with a three-)sonville, Jackie Hobbs and Jane
organ and M. F. Carter, soloist.
matching lace bodice and lace wedding party and Mrs. Alvarez tiered wedding cake, encircled
Show In the Spring, to provide a I The church was decorated with Richarde.
jacket. She also wore matching mother of the bride, and flower booth at the Hallowe'enP. with tube roses and white pom Sorry to hear that Claire Cottrell
baskets of white and PIECE
mitts. Her and : gladioli, pom
long pink nosegay !!rs. Mizell. mother ,of the bride- T. A. carnival, to furnish flow- poms. (Mrs. J. B.), formerly of Camp
x with of
: >m mums a background
identical to that of
headpiece were groom. Mrs. A. L. Dyal of Jacksonville ers for the annual Chamber of I I Among those assisting at the Blanding, recently stepped back-
the matron of honor. area palms. Lighted tapers in ,II
sister-in-law of the bride, Commerce. banquet in November, branched candelabras were used reception was Mrs. G. J. McGriff wards off concrete steps and broke LIVING ROOM 1
Don Boyle of Jacksonville at- I
kept the bride's book and Mrs. and to enter a float in the Christmas profusely, and the were tied Jr. of Starke, sister of the groom,I her right arm Accident hap- .
tended the bridegroom as best man pews
the bride's
Ruby Johns cut cake. parade. Mrs. Claude Crow- with white satin ribbon. I who had charge of the bride's pened at Burke County Hospital,
and the ushers were Owen Dyal of '
Pouring punch and assisting at son's resignation as club secretarywas GROUP
book. Waynesboro Ga. where she is
now
The bride, in I
Winter Park, Jack Alvarez of Pert punch table were Mrs. E. F. given marriage by
regretfully accepted.Following her father waltz I The bride graduated from Eustis supervisor on the 3 to 11 p.m.
ry, Eugene Fleming and Robert Mlles Mrs. Frank Mrs. wore a length
Broadway, the business
Smith of Jacksonville.A Harold Hazelwood meeting gown of white Chantilly lace and high school and has been employed shift .. Twas a complete break
and Mrs. Don Mrs. O. L. Beasley gave an inter- with the Florida 'and will have to be in a cast for
tulle taffeta. Her Telephone
lovely gown of white satin Neil. Also assisting in serving esting talk on sweet pea planting, over illusion fingertipveil ,Corporation in Eustis. Mr. Mon- . and lace was chosen by the Mrs. Lorena Dyal of Jack- in the informal discussionof of imported fell from $149.95
brides and lei: a tiara of lilies-of-the-valley and teith, who resided in Starke until 1 taken on a carnival atmosphere Phone 80 Starke,.Fla.
for her wedding. The satin Mrs.
Guy Sale, Mrs. A. J. the care of different types of for the annual Harvest
:
featured collar and self Thomas she carried a cascade bouquet of moving to Eustis with his family
a standup Sr. Mis.
Inez Kelly, Mrs. plants and flowers.Wesleyan Sale ... Hallowe'en decorationsadd
covered buttons down the front, J. B.: Sapp, Mrs. L. O._Hazen. Miss white carnations and tube roses several years ago, graduated from 1 Sofa Bed

and the long lace sleeves terminated Hazel Phillips, Mrs. L. D. Haines, centered with a lavender orchid. the Eustis High School and the i a gala note and hear that all 1 Coffee Table

at points over the wrists. The Mrs. Paul Raymond, Mrs. Wesley Guild Miss Billie Jewel McRee, sisterof University of Florida. He is a 1 the shopping carts this weekend 1 Platform Rocker 2 End Tables
will be numbered ... If hap-
voluminous skirt, with lace panels, Andrews, Mrs. C. J. Houpt, Miss Met Tuesday the bride, was maid of honor member of Pi Kappa Alpha f ra1 to have the number you that is 1 Cocktail Chair 2 Table LampsA
1 pen
and is associated with
and Mrs. Robert Cottrell was .ternity now
Ross :Miss
Dorothy
Al-
Dorothy his father in business in Eustis. 'called_out over the p.a. systemat SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WILL DELIVER TIllS
bridesmaid. Their waltz
varez, Miss: Marian Henderson. The Weslyan Service Guild met length .
I II 1 After Mr. and I( intervals, you'll be presentedwith TO YOU
Miss Linda gowns were fashoned identically r a wedding trip,
Sale
Kay and Miss Jean at the home of Mrs. M. W. Cres- _
I \ :Mrs. Monteith will make their some free groceries 3
Mundy. Miss Aliese Lawson played sler Tuesday night with 14 mem- of nylon net over taffeta. Miss
Was quite complimented recently -
soft piano selections during the bers present. During the business McRee was in blue and carried a i home in Eustis. distanced : '
when Rosa Burton long -
reception. I.session, presided over by Mrs. W.I colonial nosegay of pink carna-:t Among the out of town guests .j all the way from Atlantato

After spending some time with ..B. Sewell, the members planned tions. Mrs. Cottrell was in pink attending the wedding were Mr. complain that her copy of the

< their guests Mr. and Mrs. Mizell to entertain the WSCS during the and her nosegay was of blue carna-',and Mrs. W. P. Randall, Miss Lou ,Telegraph arrived torn and she

eft for Week of Prayer on Oct. 28. A Randall, and George B. Flynn Jr. I'H
a week's wedding trip In tions.Melvin couldn't finish this column, among .
Bacon of Winter Parkas of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. W. H. i S .
for ;
rlIiirhJThll.1L South Florida. The bride traveledin study course was planned other things .. Needless to say, _
I blue suit October 6. w best man, and ushers were Graham and children, Mr. and I1
a navy complimentedwith a new copy was dispatched to her ai04F:
white accessories and a white The devotional was 'ed by Mrs. Joe McRee, Buddy Hancpck, Bill Mrs. Leslie Biggs, and Mr. and by pony express ... Horace and V -

orchid. The young couple will beat Ruby Collins, and the program J Harper, all of Eustis, and G. J., Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr. of Starke; Betty Burdette postcard that they

home In an apartment at 201 was in charge of Mrs. Mildred McGriff Jr. of Starke. j,and Miss Sue Biggs of St. Augus-I:are all settled down as resident ,

Mrs. McRee chose for her daugh- tine. i _
N. Sapp. '
street. .
Cherry managers of the Home Motel on % .
Hostesses were Mrs. Cressler II ___ ___ ___ __ __
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The bride was graduated from Phillips Hiway, Jax Their
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Bradford High School and since and Agnes Johns. dress is P. 0. Box 5006 -, e. _ .., .

pti33 then has been a beautician at Now that Dr. Houpt has blossomed -

eu Ruby Johns Beauty Parlor. The Junior Club MembersTo out with a crew cut, we're

STEREO CAMERA groom is employed at the Jack- Meet MondayThe ; fr&AhLtLb' apt to mistake him for one of the t lmIlarTo

.sonville Naval Station. i players when he's sitting on the : Above Picture

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bench with the Tornadoes
Out- f.town guests included Mr. Junior Woman's Club will --. -
and Mrs. Elmer Alvarez Ocala Guess the faithful Doc figured ifhe
of hold their October meeting Monday If '' ] was gonna follow the boys "A Trial Is All We Ask" Come in and See Us Today!
Mrs. LInnie Tillis of Waldo Mr. night at 8 o'clock in the club you thought things were'pulpwood mill being built there

and Mrs. V. L. Alvarez and son, building. rather dull around town last Sat-|I... Frank and Carleen Landrum :around, he might as well follow I'I- "1. .. _ 0 _, _

Lee, of Winter Park, Mr. and Mrs. I Hostesses for the meeting will urday afternoon you can see by are driving daughter, Idell, up to.1 their hair style also .. - ---- --- -

N. J. Alvarez and daughter, Rhet- .be Mrs. Steve Simmons Mrs. D. the following list that a great Durham, N. C. this weekend where I' Among those in Tallahassee for -,--_- ---- -

t&, of Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Ed I L. Thomas, Mrs. Mural Gardner number of Callstreeters were enjoying -,;Idell will be taking a 15monthS] solemn ceremony swearing

Hicks of Maxville, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Leon Gray, Mrs. Dan Becker, (??) the Gator-Ga. Tech. graduate course in the Dept. of '' en. Charley Johns in as acting Yes Prices

E. W. Black and son, Mike, Mr. Mrs. John Anderson and Mrs. H. game in G'ville during the backlash Physical Therapy in the School ofK i' overnor Tuesday were Doyle and 9 ,

50 and Mrs. A. A. Dyal and children, of hurricane Florence: seen at Medicine. Conner Steve and Ruth
H. Adams.
Ifldtax Owen Dyal, Mrs. Lorena Dyal p i On Thursday evening, Oct. 8, the game were Jimmy and Martha 1 j.I Glad to hear Vickie Derrick'1'I;Simmons, Dot and Guy Sale, Hol- II liii

So easy to use'! \ Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyle, Mr. and I .the Junior Club Is giving a get- Moore, Elouise and Arthur Louden,'was able to go back to school :lis and Pauline Knight, Hazel and I I 1' Too Hot To

'''For a nem-to-be-forgotten thrill- Mrs. Roger Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. ;acquainted covered dish supper at A. N. Holliday, Ruth and Steve Tuesday after being on the sick Jim Ritch, Louise Kite, Dean Se- I

ion come of in Revere today for stereo a FREE pictures-the demonstra. Robert Smith Miss Mamie Lu I ,the club house at 7:30 o'clock for Simmons, Bob and Louise Kite, )list last week have you spot- well, Leila Mundy, Verna Demo- a

,maiieg 3-dimcasion pictures that O'Neil, and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood I :,members, their husbands and es- Hollis and Pauline Knight, Cliff ted that lovely new diamond that I rest, Phil Vitsky, Ovid Lewis, PRINTThe --

Live breath-taking depth. shape and Tompkins, all of Jacksonville.St. corts. Currie, Herlong and Norma Jean Phyllis Strickland is flashing these

glorious natural color-that are tnly I Adams, Vernon and Patsy Silcox, days wonder who the lucky Frazier Shaw, Everett McKinney

the lifttiki Revere in every 33 operates deuiL Discover as easily how as Mark's AuxiliaryMembers I'W.M.U. NoticeThe Buddy and Lil Bishop, Dot and Bill man is? How about a formal an-j'Guy Andrews, Bill Graham, Charley Question Marks Mean You

ay ordinary camera. You just press Powell, Nina Bishop, Comer Perry- nouncement, Phyllis! .. spotted'] Partin and Tom Mitchell ...

".the ruptured button in and thrilling everything 5 dimension.you see is of St. Mark's Auxiliary Baptist W.M.U. circles will man Elsie and Boss Pass, Judge Ben and Marge Howes of Mendon,I Well ... Seems to be all for Can't Help But S A V E !
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Mich.. (former residents
Guesswork is )
eliminated and Mrs. Alvarez going
; focusing is.automatic will hold their monthly meet .hold their October meetings next Perryman, Dorothy i ,]now[ ... See you in the nextCarolyn. ...
Even beginners jet tine Dorothy Ross, Paul Raymond -| thru here recently enroute to
:.remits. ;Tuesday at the homes of their circle -
Don'uaiss seeing this wonder ing Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock .
Cuba and will be back here short-
.camera lodajrl leaders as follows: Tommy Harding, Sylvia All Prices Posted in U. S. No. 1 10 LBS
In the Parish House on Church Alvarez Leslie and Edith Biggs! ly for several weeks visit with the
Revere
Lorena circle Mrs.
streetSSSSSSflSSSSSSSrflsp.fl Epperson ) Eddie Hartmanns and other Store. SEE IT! BE.
McGriff Thel-
Stareo Viewer Ralph Alvarez leader, will meet in Mac and Margaret POTATOES ?

Advanced engineering the home of Mrs. Alvarez at 3 ma and James Lewis, Adelaide and friends j.. regretted to hear that LIEVE IT!'

fcrtngi; out the belt In o'clock. Claude Crowson, Madge and Jim the old virus has gotten Barbara ?. 7. f. 7. t. f.

very picture. Durable Chasteen. Doyle and Kitten Conner Mitchell down and hope for a
SCHOOLOF Ida Darby circle, Mrs. Carl No prices given
over phone
lightweight hondiomt* Mathews leader, will meet Bettle and John Deas, Mr.'and speedy recovery can't say thatI Medium
3.color withj I' p.
plastic body
Mrs. Mathews at 345 N. Church Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Gladys miss that old landmark that was NEW
t modem design. $II.SO BALLETClasses lbs
L ....-'," street at 3 o'clock. (and James Hobbs, the CorkeJ torn down this week on Church r ELECTRONICWatch 4 EARL ONIONS 2 ?

r'1 "' ? Dora Alderman circle, Mrs. L.,Joneses, Coy Alvarez, Gene Shaw, street, across from the City Park
Each the property was recently Timing IClrJM''L. 'P. 'P 'P 7 7 7
Pickering leader, will meet with June Patel, Gene Frogg, Judy pur- no A.uc c.... S S
chased
Tuesday & Thursday Mrs. Pickering at 3 o'clock. I;Green Billy Weldon, Harry Green, by Pat and Mary Patten Instrument -
... hear that Ruth and Paul Meng CHECKS EVERY DETAlontr .. COOK'S 5 String
5:00-6:30 P.M. Helen Masters circle, Mrs. .!Pat McGriff and Seeoer and Eloise .,
threw informal -
Frank Beard leader, will meet:Goodman .. according to all re- an party last Sat- wrmTIME0GRAF BROOMS ?

St. Edwards RecreationHall with Mrs. Beard at 3 o'clock. I ports there wasn't a dry fan in urday evening at their farm on JALad&D1z. ;.,. _
the Palatka Hiway in celebration Gro. .. Meat .. Feeds
the ... ff
Doris Knight circle Mrs. P. T., crowd "
Opposite Florida Theatre 7 7 7 t f t
of paying off their new milking i .
Nolin leader will meet in the I I See Aliese Lawson is ,, RD. 301 NORTH
Phone 265 Starke, Fla. Phone 244J workingfull barn ... I II WI U un SISVKI -
educational building, Tuesday time now at Big Dad, taking : ,HUIRIAMW Starke, Fla. Maxwell House
I I I IJ evening at 8 o'clock. Frances Smith's place as secre:i Don't forget to attend the B vnb, ::. INC.

tary ... J. E. TomliJ son is training L squad football game Tuesday evening -j, ne TIc.O.cIa..........._...SKUCIP ca._ Tmm Quantity Rights ReservedRedHotValues COFFEESwansdown Ib ?
TIC UTC UC
at the
\I \VSCS NoticesThe as bookkeeper at the local I local stadium when L I' O T .u 1L00$ rca aSCaJL
bank ... Ernestine Denmark is they bump up against the KetterI I
Believe It Not !f Methodist W. S. C. S. circles i helping out in the Abstract office linus B squad also rootin' forthe I noc-,...._ a--. '1 $1I 1
or i boss that evening will be the I &- & Oott'n 1e
for a couple of weeks .. and
will hold their monthly meet- iI B squad cheerleaders: Jackie Col-1 :.'_ :... ,5' COSTS you,NO waFoTtKCo Medium
ings next week at the followingbo Robbie Shaller was in Tampa the .en- r fete
first of the week helping out atShepherd's ley, Gail Duke, Nancy Bates, tP: SOENTMCSSVCESeaboard FLOJR1O! lbs ?
WE ARE GOING TO es: I Jackie Prevatt, Claire Douglas, MULLET 2 lbs ?
Circle 1, :Mrs. L. D. Vining: branch Radio and TV p.

leader will meet with Mrs. H. C.: shop there. ;Margaret Rose Duncan Melissa Chuck i. t, t, ?, t t
Stallings, Kay Rowland and
Buy PECANSAT Ritch Tuesday .morning at 10 Hear that Gene Shaw was pledged Jackie I _
Hobbs.
o'clock in the church educations: I to Sigma Alpha Epsilon fra j i Eight lear old Al Yancey celebrated ,Time Inspector STEAK Ib 1 I Standard 2 FOR

ternity at U. of F. last week ...
building. his '
last
birthday Saturday TOMATOES ?
321 TEMPLE the Beasley household Fresh
AVE. was in a
Circle 2, Mrs. L. D. Green leader afternoon when he was host to 23

will meet at the home of Mrs.! dither her last platinum Sunday when and Gertrudelost diamond I of his little friends the party ROBERTSJEWELRY H'BURGER ? ? f ? t t tHersheys
Opening: Date To Be Announced Next Week I was scheduled to be an outdoor
A. F. Sauls, Monday afternoon at brooch; and some of the plumbing I.weiner I
roast but the storm drove
3 o'clock. had to be torn up to recover same D&D
them inside but
had
they a:
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Circle 3, Mrs. A Wood leader,, but it was found, and none theworse 'i, good time playing games and FRYERS Ib ? SUGAR 5 lbs ?

R. H. Green Jr. for its trip down the drainpipe i
will meet with Mrs. L. S. Hutto, ; prizes were awarded to Larry: "Your Friendly Jeweler
...
I see Wanda and Garland, Noegel and Chase Hardy after
at her home
'
Monday afternoon at 'I
.Godwin and children have moved I which delicious refreshments were Starke, Fla. SPECIALS GALORE

3 o'clock. to Jessup, Ga. where Garland is i i served ... and Margaret Rose: COME SEE

an electrical engineer for the new!Duncan was hostess last Friday-







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I I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1953 PAGE FIVEr


I Mrs. H. B. HcLendon of Or- ed by yo*. ACT. OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST stockholders, and security holders the mails
:.. 191::. or otherwise, to paid sub- Acknowledged by me this 1 day
This notice shall be publishedonce AS AMENDED BY THE if any, contain not only the list of( scribers
lando who is member of the OF MARCH during the twelve months 1<>.t October. 1953.
a each week for four consecutive 7S 3. 1833. AND stockholders and security holdersas I
JULY rrecedlngthe date shown above u'E. <;:SEAL) Charles A. Darby. Clerkf
Alpha Delta Pi sorority, attended weeks in the Bradford County Tele = t.t6 Title 39, .r.S. Code they appear upon the books of _. ,
graph. Section 233). the company but also in case I' t he Circuit Court, C.mnty of Brad-
.
the sorority festivities at FSU in Dated this 30 day of September, Of BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH where the stockholder or security I* MATTHEWS. i'ord. State of Florida.
1953. published weekly at holder appears upon the books of
Tallahassee on Tuesday and Wed- --
Starke. Fla.. for :
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby October 1, 1S53.! the company as trustee or In any 3
nesday. Her daughter, Jeannette, Clerk of the Circuit Court -1- That the names and addresses other fiduciary relation the name I II i I
was pledged to A D Pi. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Lthe publisher editor managing of the person or cooperation for
CIN THE NEWS 10/2 4t 10/23. edi ?J>itna business!! managers are: .whom such trustee is acting, is Say Bill -. Where're
,
Mrs. Emily Faver of Miami, Publisher. E. L. Matthews, Starke. given; also that the said two para- youbuyin'
Mrs. W. T. Saxon of Fort Lauder- NOTICE TO APPEAR Fla.Editor graphs contain statements embracing '
E. L. these days?
. I' Hi Circuit Court Bradford County Matthews Starke. afflant's full knowledge and be- your gas
dale and :Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynesof Floridai In Fla.1Ianaglng lief as to the circumstances and r
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ennis ot Caaaeery. Editor. L. Matthews.Business conditions under which stockholders '
'" Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and Winter Haven joined Mrs. Ber- Rufus A. Turlington. Plaintiff vs. StarkeFi![ -
daughter, Eloise, spent Sunday in Tampa spent the weekend here on Izetta Arlene Turlington Defendant.Case and security holders who do not Why out at Joe Gum-
i Manager '
tha Pearce on Tuesday of last E. L. Matthews appear upon the books of the com- I
: business.Mr. No. 10-102 Starke, Fla. pany as trustees, hold stock and i
Eranford. week and all went to Valdosta Voflce To Appear.To 2. That the owner Is: E. L. Matthews securities in a capacity other than ber's Station of course
George Flynn, Jr. and party of and Mrs. Henry E. Boldenof Ga. on Wednesday to attend the : Izetta Arlene Turlington, I Starke, Fla. that of a bona fide owner; and this I ?
I of whose residence and address is: Un- 3. That the known bondholders affiant has to believe
Miami were Friday guests no reason
the weekend at the
y.Tampa spent funeral of their brother- where
in-law, T. known. mortgages! and other security that any other person, association, else?
t KIngsley Lake home of Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith while J. Thomas. Your are hereby notified that holders owning or holding 1 per or corporation has any Interest direct 1
enroute to California for a two ult for cent or more of total amount of or indirect in the said stock.
M. Gray and attended the U. of F. I
and Mrs. Bob
Mr. Yancey of bonds ,
Divorcehas mortgages ur other securi- bonds, or other securities than as
football game Saturday.Mr. weeks vacation. The Boldens left Jacksonville were Saturday guestsof been tiled against you in the ties are: so stated by him. I flgger I might as well visit Joe, buy my

and Mrs. Lee Fitch returned their baby with the Smiths while i Mr. and :Mrs. Ned Yancey. above von are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of .0<- 4.None.That the two paragraphs above, copies 5. That of each the issue average of this number publica-of gas, and register for the 10 gallons of free

to their home in Rush City, Minn. they are gone. :Mjr. and Mrs. Charles McAliley your answer or pleading to the complaint giving the names of the owners. tion sold or distributed through gas he gives away weekly. Last week the
Miss Alvarez of FSU on the Plaintiff's Attorney ,
Sylvia _
on Sunday after two weeks' visit and four children, who are en- ureen & ureen, stance, Florida, lucky guy was Ralph Wise, and next weekit
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Alvarez and Canadato and file the original In the office of
with their: son-in-law and daughter route from Newfoundland. might be me. Who knows!
daughter of Perry and Mr andMrsvJf0U the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
,. Ir, .1d1'1J. c..Fogg. Mobile, Ala., are spending three or before the 2 day of November LISTEN FOLKS !
'it I
Miss lraU fe' nderson"and-Ml'I., Alvarez' of Winter Park I weeks with Rev. and Mrs. W S. 1953; otherwise the allegations of Sam-Well I'm glad we agree on sumpin. I go to Joe's too. My

P. E. Stone of Archer we're Sunday were weekend guests of"bir'andMrs. ]McAliley' and Dr. and Mrs. M. said Complaint you. will be taken as crJn.fessed'by kids wouldn't let me go anywhere else because they sure love

R. B. Alvarez. j I. Kokomoor in Gainesville. This notice shall be publishedonce Are your porches rotting from rain?
guests of Mr and Mrs. E. M. Da- those candy suckers and bubble gum that Joe always gives 'em.
..Mrs A, ,Strickland and Mrs. each week for tour consecutive
and Mrs. Alice
vis.. -JU Mrs. D. E. Knight weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Are your windows falling apart? Bill-You bet. And that 50 gallons that Joe is giving away
R' W. Hayes visited Mrs. L. A. in Jack-
Lambert Wednesday graph.
Used Watch Salq all. Guaranteed Weekly in Ocala on Sunday. sonville. spent Dated this 30 day of September, Do you really wish that your home was more Christmas will sure come in handy. I could use that to take the

at Sanders Watchlghpp: ,, t- t I I IMr. : George Boldeiv of Miami ,spent :Kenneth Clark of Jacksonville 195(OFFICIAL.. SEAL) Charles A."Darby beautiful and comfortable? family up to see grandma and grandpa on the farm at Hog Wallow -

and Mrs. E. \V.: Hayes'attended the first of the week with his sister spent Monday with his parents, Mr. Clerk of the Circuit Court Georgia.
E'y Marian L.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Then place your order today for BENTON & CUMBER
the benefit Eastern Star Mrs. X. M. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. I. E.Clark.
104t 10/23 PrO TeC ToR Lifetime Aluminum Sam-Well, let's head to Cumber's right now and tell Joe to fill
dinner in Waldo Saturday evening.Mr. Smith. Mrs. L. A. Jackson of Greens- Awning on

and Mrs. Jim Chasteen and]I Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Dinkins boro, N. C.is visiting her daughter, fa Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR County Average Porch Is 'em up!

son, J. Roy were Sunday guests were in Jacksonville on Monday Mrs. M. H. Sheppard and family.Mr. Florida t IB Chancery.

of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Leonard In I Mrs. J. M. Vickers and daughters and Mrs. C. S. Fowler and Comalea A. Rich. Plaintiff vs. Jos- Only $79.00 During Sale
I eph J. Rich. Defendant. i GUMBER'S GAS STATIONJOE
Jacksonville. i and Mrs. N. S. Dankel were family of Jacksonville spent Sun- Case No. 10-039

'in Jacksonville on Monday.Mr. with :Mr. and Mrs. George T. Notice T. Appear
Mrs. F. F. Flume and Mrs. R. day
To: Joseph J. Rich whose resi- GUMBER the welder
and Mrs. J. L. Slappey and BENTON & GUMBER AWNING CO. Formerly at Prevatt'sGarage
A. Colson spent Monday afternoon Huggins.Mrs. 0 lence and address is: c/o Wallace- I
in Gainesville. daughter, Margaret, of Atlanta T. F. Colson and :Mrs. El- Barnes Company. Bristol Conn.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Andrewsand I Ga. spent the weekend with Mr. mer Thomas were in Gainesville on suit You for are hereby notified lat a (Formerly Benton Awnings) 3'/2 Miles North of Starke

daughter Barbara, of Orange 'and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and family. I Monday and while there visited Divorce minor children, custody, and alimony control and of Located 32 Miles North of Starke On 301

Park were Sunday guests of Mr, Miss Edith Elliott of Ocala was Mrs. Cecil Douglas who is confined costs

and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. the weekend guest of Miss Judy in the Alachua Hospital follow- has been filed against you in the
above named Court and and
Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hoppe of Green. Both girls are freshmenat ing a major operation last Thurs- you are required to serve cause a copy of I
U of your answer or pleading to the
F,
Tampa spent the weekend with day.Mr. complaint on the Plaintiff
Used Watch Sale all Guaranteedat and Mrs. L. D. Green and William ,
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Attorney D. Morgan
Sancers Watch Shop.AL"AREZ' Henrietta Hunt had as weekend 507 Clark Building Jackson-
Kincald. ville, Florida
guests, Mrs. C. D. Williams and
and file the original In the office of
Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa. Chuck the Clerk of! the Circuit Court ODor

Men's Clothing Beckner of Clearwater and Mrs. before 2 day the of November, 1953;

STORE Irene Johns of Green Cove Springs.Mr. otherwise the allegation of laidomplal'1t
I Established 1894 and Mrs. Luther Lennon of by you.will be taken as confessed Get In The Act!

Jacksonville spent the weekend This notice shall be publishedonce
with Mr. each week for four consecutive
their and Mrs.
parents.
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
Ed Prevatt. .

C. A. FUTCH REALTOR Mrs. Ben Hall is getting alongas 1953.Dated: this 26 day of September .

well as can be expected follow- OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby

Oldest Real Estate.Agency in Bradford County ing a major operation'Tuesday in By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Clerk.Court -

St. Vincent's hospital.Mrs. I 10/2 4t 10/23 .
CONTINUOUS SINCE 19:5:
R. Koolbeck returned to '<"f'O _'
Member Local, State & National. Real Estate her home in Jasper Sunday aftera IB Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR Coantj-, > I Ir
e )1
Organizations week's visit with her daughter, Florida I IB Chancery. i \
Jan A. Williams. Plaintiff, vs. GraceJ.
Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf. 1
Williams
Solicits Listings of All Types of Property, Assuring Miss Sue Duncan of Gainesville Defendant.Case No. 10105Votlce

Personal Service and Straightforward Dealings. To Appear.To l
spent the weekend with her cousin, : Grace J. Williams, whose residence -
Miss Margaret Rose Duncan. and address is: Unknown.You a
OFFICE: EAST CALL STREET hereby notified that a ,d .
CBM and Mrs. T. S. Hogsed of are .'
JUST ACROSS FROM CITY LIGHT PLANT suit for :.,
Parris Island, S. C. spent the week- Divorce \ .M
end with Mr. Hogsed's mother, has been filed against you in the r
above named Court and cause and "r't
Mrs. W. B. Parks. I[you are required to serve a copy of .
YOU'LL LOVE l' your answer or pleading to the com- .
the new ster- ; .
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plaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. .
brook purse-size fountain pens In I Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla. .. ."'._ 'cJ
STARKERADIOS and file the original in the officeof : ".: .
j shades. ;
pastel Only $2417 at Brad- .
Clerk Court
the of the Circuit on
FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. or before the 2 day of November,

Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Daniel of 1953; otherwise the allegations of
I TV SERVICE said Complaint will.be taken as confessed -
'. Miami visited their son-in-law and by you.

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B. C.Iioltzendorf This notice shall be published .?"
; 3 once each week for four consecutive .
Reasonable Guaranteed Service Jr. over the weekend. weeks lathe. Bradford County Tele '. ': ." ,' jt.- >.. '
< Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent the weekend I graph. .
!I' Dated this 30 day of September, -
with her son-in-law and daughter '1953. .., .
On All Makes Radios TV .
or Mrand Mrs. E. p. Renner in (OFFICIAL,SEAL) Charles A.Darby i Gainesville.Mrs. I Clerk of the Circuit Court : rff -. ,,: _
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. .
IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET.IS. : Dwight :Marshall and 10/2 4t 10/23 V" ",* ,

t" Ri NOT GIVING YOU daughters, Sandra and Mary NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Last weekend 940 readers bought' c" .

,Helen, of Apalachicola spent the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
weekend with Mrs. :Marshall's Notice is hereby given that the
to undersigned, under the provisions "r .
i9 WA; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Row- of Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida. J;.. "
Acts of 1941, will register with the i& ""
.
: land. v
: Call Once Sandy and Mary Helen remained Clerk of the Circuit Court in and I

with their grandparentsfor for Bradford County, State of Florida of the Newsstands I

: _____ ____ ___ the week. upon of this receipt notice of ,proof the of fictitiousname publication copies Telegraph on 'p't.I:::

223 E. Call StreetFLORIDA Next Door To Nasworthy's < Sgt. and Mrs. J. D. Smith of of The Barry Restaurant, under .
Jessup, Ga.isited Mrs. Smith'sIIother which we are engaged in busi-
ness on U. S. Highway 301 south of
Mrs. Laura Tison over the Starke Fla. Sole owners: Michael ,p

weekend.Col. Barry and Ruby Barry, Starke Fla. alone this in additionto
Dated this 2nd day of October
and Mrs. D. E. Knight were A.D.. 1953, at Starke, Bradford .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Y. County' Florida.

Maines: in Lake Butler on Sunday 10/2 4t 10/23
THEATRE'STARKE '
afternoon. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

I Miss June Patel spent the week- REGISTER FICTITIOr NAME
Notice is hereby given that the copies distributed to regular
end in Jacksonville as the guestof undersigned under the provisionsof

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Carnazza. Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida
Dedicated To Community Service Acts of 1941 will register with theClerk
"Movie Are Better Than Ever" Used Watch Sale all Guaranteedat of the Circuit Court in and for
Bradford County, State of
Sanders Watch Shop. Florida '

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R Morse upon this receipt notice of the proof fictitious of publicationof name subscribers by mail total distribution

SPECIALSHOWING are spending ten days at their of Miller-Baker Co., under which we .
in
are engaged business at 450 La-
THE Blue Hill Farm, Fancy Gap, Va. fayette St., Starke. Fla. Sole own- ,
ers: Walter P. Miller and wife Char-
While they are away Mr. and Mrs. lotte M. Miller, 450 Lafayette St.
WORLD HEAVYWEIGHTMARCIANALASTRAZA Starke, Fla.
Hague are running the Crescent Dated this 2nd of
day October, 2,400 copies .
Motor Court. A.D.. 1953 at Starke, Bradford County .
Florida. ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthewsare 10/2 4t 10/23
-
visiting their son-in-law and STATEMENT OF THE OWNER.

FIGHT PICTURE daughter, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. :Mc- SHIP,, MANAGEMENT ETc., REQUIRED. CIRCULATION BY THE.

Lendon, in Orlando, You owe it to yourself
Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct 6 and 7 MTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVVVCHARLEY

NO ADVANCE IN PRICEIf to "get in the act"

NOTICE Tn APPEAR ,

you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Florida la Clrcalt IB Court.Claa.**Bradford r,.. County by telling the Telegraph's
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS Violet E. Vans, Plaintiff vs. MIchael .
D. Paris, Defendant.
Case No. 10-090 audience of almost 10,000
..
.
Tues. Wed. Oct. 6 7 :
\etltt To Appear..To .
Sat., Oct. 3-ONLY : Michael D. Varis. whose residence i *
a and address is: 370 Columbus readers about your business
DOUBLE FEATURE Avenue, New York, N. Y.
"CPi[ E'b[ DY,1 You are hereby notified hat a "
suit for each creek let us help you
Saddle Mountain Divorcehas ,
fNi1 filed In the
been against you ,
RoundupWith wANTS lj.AjIN above named Court and cause and 1'"'. r plan your advertising program
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the
Ray Corrigan complaint on the Plaintiff's ,
Attorney Evan T. Evans 103
Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville -
Florida
-Andp DQBGOIQFE-IHJ&Y and file the orlgrnaT to me office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
EIf itt WUl'iI DOUREST' ( )r before the Favorite Newstand .
As Near You As Your ---
2 day of November, 1953;
HOTEL SAHARA -GENE LOCKHART a HOPE EMERSONYA.rt otherwise the allegations of said E. JOHNS & SON
Complaint will be taken as confessed -
a4/raD11n as 4-71.

With DeCarlo and Ustinov .-.--r...1Y""r4i a.r..wa- ed This you.notice shall oe published about this question The Telegraph is now on Sale at .

frviuc PICTUIt once each week for four consecutive
Plus "FI hung 695'" Cartoon and weeks In the Bradford County Tele-

Chap. No. 9 Serial SPECIALMarciana graph.Dated this 26 day of September,, Every year cars cost more,

1953. are driven farther and
g 0
Lastraza (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj In STARKE In KEYSTONE HEIGHTS In BROOKER
HARTMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court faster; people have more ac
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
FIGHT 10/2 4t 10/23 cidents and make much highei r

S\.n.. Mon.-Oct. 45 No Advance In Prices NOTICE TO APPEAR damage claims. Does $50' KOCH'S WALKER'S STATIONHARVEY'S EARL GREEN'S
la Clrrait Curt Bradford CoBBt, STORE
Plus Little Boo Peep" Cartoon Florida* la Cka t.rr.Parbara 100,000 liability limits cost t DAHMER'S DRUGS
And Latest World News Shadd. Plaintiff, vs. Leon ,
'YouLr, Shadd. Defendant. Case No. 10-02 only a few dollars more thai n CANOVA'S In LAKE BUTLER In HEILBRONN
Notice To Appears
: LAUGH, C. D. EDWARDS To: Leon Shadd. whose last known 9.1020,0000; and give realj F --
CRY; residence and address is: 29th Air MITCHELLS PHCY.TOMLINSONMAINES !
LAKE BUTLER .
adequate protection? ,
., Fri.-0ct. 8,9CHal42111" Police Squadron A.P.0.120 c/o Post- OSCAR CARTER'SDUCKY'S
= CHEER.Thur. master New York. New York.
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You are hereby notified that a 'rSTORE
1 I '
suit for
M-a-M'aWIWIOUSIN1tIUJNMINtI :
i.I Divorce WEST END GRO. In LA WTEY tCOOK'S I
CAW DC80RAH WAITER has been filed against you In the ,
above named Court and E. Johns I
I cause and Charley
GRIT.kERR. PIOCtON you are required to serve a copy of GRO.
:
I your answer or pleading to the SHUFORDS STATION
_
w--'A .:. I complaint on the Plaintiffs NICK'S Based on estimateof
I'I Attorney J. Donald Gibson, 22 i
Plus Tin Pin Terrors" Cartoon Dmun l6f East Forsyth Street Jackson- & Son four readers to
ville. Florida AgencyPhone EDWARDS GROC. each
.r. and file the original In the office of paper.
And Latest World News _J JI the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

Plus "Heir Bear" Cartoon or before the J
I 2 day of November, 1953; 13 Starke, Fla l.
otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint. will be taken as confess-AAAAAAAAAAAAAjAAjjAAALA



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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1953isleep.
pretty well. But we'll sure haveto

/ do some dusting or spraying -. runs into a skunk and gets that pieces are clear, but not soft. For -.
yi
FARMER'S or the bugs will have them beforewe awful smell open a quart can of I seven pounds of. fruit cubes make
il
know it. At this time of the ; d : : tomatoes I'this syrup and Lord teach .
7 and
wash him good; pour over drained m" how to watch
year, we get awfully hungry for i j cubes:
r DIARY fresh they will remove the smelL Then I and pray
and
vegetables we can't wait I
for our first mess of beans give him a bath. Your dog will i 7 cups sugar, 1-2 tsp oil of Lest I should falter by the
,cloves, 1-2 tsp. oil of cinnamon
be
The author win be glad to receive sweet smelling again. I's:u I pint of vinegar. For three way;

Items of Interest concernIng 4 We thought we were having *fy bira gunjPOHCA.es 4oh! WATERMELON PICKLES: I mornings drain off liquid and boil, Then teach ma how to love

the activities of farmers In trouble trying to get some turnips NEBR. Trim the green skin from the'add a bit of sugar. Third morning and live .
Bradford County. Suggestions! maybe growing until a neighbor told us melon afad most of the pink. Cut heat and seal. Different and And how to pity and forgive.
left at the Telegraph office or that we had planted turnips six Wherein Autum returns againto felt well and life with Don has in cubes, cook in water until the I,good.
mailed to Sam McGaxvey Lawtey times and all he us. I dream of past! jears and been Bye now. God bless you all.
was going to get a song. i have my new? the old and press. If your dog Don is at the store. Digger is
from his work and always yearn for each passing! LOVE, LURA
was ._
money orlon -
ruffled tie-back -- -- -
By Sam McGarvey maybe one mess to eat. We havea year to be a little better. curtains up ... -
in the dining room. When it gets
......1..1..1..1..1... pretty good row started, butwe'll Not in the mind can we discern
I have to do something about :colder, we will sit in the bay window -

Big news'around here Is the new and with L. P. Rafuse's help we the aphids, or they'll chew them Which the will key unlock invisible of the dining room. I am SVE.' / FQpp

flmenite mine which will start got'it working again. But what a up. doors that stand making Christmas gifts. I have r
job. as it meant an awful lot of Y
building operations very shortly. to' Between us and eternal mystery, my Christmas cards. We have STQRESU
tugging get things apart, and While we were late getting our II
When it gets into production we Nor can the pages of the not had a killing frost here as yet.
then a lot of hammering and
bang-
think that Lawtey is going to do Irish potatoes planted we went past long scanned :My lima bean vines have covered
ing to get it together again. ahead anyhow hoping that we will
;
some growing and the regular Open a way to what can most I the poles and reach across the I I
payroll will undoubtedly help lots have a good season. Planted about reward, aisle to the Kentucky Wonder bean
We heard a loud noise out front three bushels of seed, and used I I
of families get ahead. But it Words have no deeper meaningto poles. My eggplant really grew
this week, and that truck some larger potatoes in some
means that many more farmers saw a impart, !huge, some of them. I have lots
had lost wheel and the rows, to see if they'll make
driver
the soil a any
giving up as a means of However proudly summonedor .of turnips and peppers. Nights
making a living and it probablywill :Mr. Rosier, was lucky to have escaped bigger spuds. The seed was well outpoured, have been cool and days warm up. s
make the problem of farm injury. We talked to. him sprouted so it should be up and If I
they are never spoken from There is supposed to be another
help even worse than it is now and learned that he was on his growing soon. the heart. cold wave coming. When you ARVES1HT
There just doesn't seem to be any: way to get his tractor fixed when read this It will be October. Sep
place In today's economy for the i he lost the wheeL It sometimes The last thing in the world w'e Better the untaught pilgrim on tember has gone swiftly. When ..
small farmer. But anyway the seems to us that troubles come want to do is put a jinx on Hope his quest one Is busy and happy the days I II I II
new mine Is welcome news for all in a heap. One thing after by telling how well she is coming For simple brotherhood, the do fly. I I

the whole county, for what helps another happens and things look along, but we can't help it. She trusting child HELPFUL HINTS: I| ,,

the county helps each and every very dark, indeed, but after a is doing fine and she looks more Reaching for love, the dreamer, A cloth dipped In turpentine
one of us. while you get it all straightenedout. like her mammy Joy, every day. in his breastA will clean the greasy woodwork I
.-Until the next time. In fact, we call her Little Joy yearning for Ideals undefiled around the stove. Wipe again
But while the du Pont companyIs S. S I now. As a matter of fact, whilewe with a cloth wrung from warm! iAitHERSHEY :

fiddling around with their three We use a protected seedbed a I give each animal a good name Than those who live by reason water in which a few drops of

million dollar operation, we are cold-frame, we call it. to get such as Comfort, for example, and by rote I kerosene has been added. To!I
very busy getting ready to set out plants started We can water it when that black devil gets into Logic the only text that they I make a garment larger I sew the! -

our strawberries. And while il- easily, cover up the tiny seedlings mischief (like tfie time she knocked c1 quote! I new seam first and then rip out.
hot and off the ladder away and left Sam .n.. H. .. i
menite is no doubt a very preciousore from the sun, keep -Aioert Ralph KOrn.
and very useful in industry the driving rains. Planted beets stranded on the brooder-house I I I I
it is no good at all with cream and lettuce this week, and they roof) we do not always call her No one has the key to unlock, i

and sugar, and it probably would Spergon .on most seeds to keep Comfort. There are other names, the invisible door of eternal mys-i I
make very poor jam. Se we're bedding are sprouted and growing. We use which if uncomplimentary are tery. God only wants us to trust I! ATTENTION ,
"up, boarding off the beds and Spergon on most seeds to keep more accurate at the time. Him. I am a dreamer whose, Fcty. Pack (Limit 1 Pkg. with $o or More Food Order!)

putting out our berries, so that them from damping off. every dream used to be for the I If You Have I
at least the birds will have some- We were busy working on the future of my school children. I

thing to eat. We expect to set out Then to try to avoid the work of tractor, when Jay Eunice hailedus have always had dreams of a' TIMBER TO SELL SUGAR 5Ibs39C
about 12,000 Missionaries and setting plants out, we seeded a from our sedge grass field, i world without war. Of a world I.I.i
PINE
3,000 Florida 90's. Hope to get row of lettuce in the kitchen garden. where he stood with his mule. Jay where everyone saw the beautyof OR CYPRESS i

them out this week. It is wet enough now for the wanted Jo know how he could get nature, who loved their fellow Large or Small Tracts :
S I S seeds to sprout, but we think that the pesky critter out of our field. man and walked with God. To MAXWELL HOUSE 'w '(Limit 1 Can with $5 or More Food Order!)

But just as we were working on the heavy rains may have washed It; seems that Jay's mule does not me the wind sings a tune. The We Buy All

the berry beds, Katrlnka the trac- them out. If we get a good stand, like fertilizer, so when Jay hitched moonlight brings me messages of
tor really tore up. Something went we'll have too many plants and him up behind the fertilizer distributor love from those many miles from PAY TOP PRICES COFFEE
very wrong with the steering, and we sure do hate to discard plants. old mister mule took off me who may also be looking at Can79c
you might know that we had to and led Jay a wild chase. The I the moon. The sun is as a strong v

practically take the old girl all The three rows of green and things you have to do when farming .arm that supports me and brings Write or Call
apart to get at the trouble. A couple wax beans Alice planted in the strength and health. SometimesI I DIXIE DARLING Enriched
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of bearings were all ground up, kitchen garden are coming alongSTA'RKE picture eternity as a place where i
Set out some onion sets in the God dwells and Jesus will rule B1THOMASLUMBER !

kitchen garden, and that's one our lives. We will work and singas
thing we can be eating pretty soon we never have here on earth. CO. I B RLA D: Family Loaf ::1 Oc

ICE CO. now. We like them, peeled clean, We know, at last, no more death,
a little salt on them and eaten no more sickness or growing old PHONE 211-J

with bread and butter. no more parting. P. 0. Box 735
Now Open For Here is a poem by Nora Cunningham STARKE, FLA. Vacuum PackedAstor r

Another thing we like is crisp : i '
young radishes. We planted some I ...- .
SUGAR CURINGAND in the kitchen garden and they Evening comes and morningcomes I Coffee 15 I

i are very quick growing. In fact, TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIFlying t I Lb Can
And nights are black be-
we've found that unless they grow
tween
very quickly they are not good. ; I /
And day continues after day ; ,
DONALD DUCK
SMOKE CURINGYOUR We had a batch of broccoli In all the old routine. f- .( -x ir''
plants started in the cold frame
And weeks go by and months
and they were growing very slow-
by
ly, until we gave them several go 47C .
And years we find have fled; Mayonnaise Quart
MEATS good doses of insecticides. Now And all is changed and nothing's I
they look pretty good and just as changed ;
soon as we can we're going to setout I
ALSO COLD STORAGE Nor shall be till we're dead.
a couple of long rows. We "--' '''''
have learned that broccoli is a And life's mystery is too deep STOZELY'S Finest OLD SOUTH BALLAAD'SGrapefruit ,
STARKE ICE CO. heavy feeder so we're planningto For me to understand.But -L
give it plenty of fertilizer, and I have looked into your the Coupe? Orange or Gr'fruit Plain or S. R.r

PHONE 12 STARKE FLA. maybe some extra potash. eyes I
And I have touched your PAYING for repairs to your I ':

about One farming little thing is how we've to open learned feed hand. I car and for damage to prop)! i JU ICE JUICE FLOUR

.sacks properly. We select the end T have had a busy happy sum-1 erty of others won't be I ::1
-- -- : garden produced so I
mer. My
nearest the cut off the loose : I
tag
either.
end of the string, then cut several. many nice vegetables. I have easy, 5Lbs '

"SCHOOL DAYS" of the_the two loop strings stitches come apart and presto easily.It ,.i have to worry about enough mois-I Your best bet against such I) 46-oz Can 21c 46-oz Can 21c 47c LbsSwift's 93C '

ture, but we know that it'll turn
wasn't always that easy for us.: II a financial crash is to have) -.
dry again and then we'll be need-
u ing the pump and engine and Comprehensive and Collision!
"ESTERBROOK DAYS"l Mending fences is a neverending Premium 10 to 12 Ib. Whole or Half
job. Seems as if there is always pipe. . Insurance on your car.
: .. where stockis I
W..rAN "' someplace our We planted a row of spinach in .
getting out, or other stock is the kitchen garden, and it is said Ask us about it today! i .
Because-with Esterbrook I SMOKED HAMS 59C
.:. an getting)in. So we fix a little bit, that spinach likes lots of mois- II Lb II
Fountain Pen students choose" then fix another little bit, and II I
can ture. If that's the case, we oughtto
wonder if we'll ever be rich enoughto I
p/ get a good crop, but we have I
their very own point style.Look ;: afford to have a good line
our doubts for spinach is not I
i fence that will really hold. Guess easy to raise. At least, not for us. H. C. WALLAGENCY Hickory Sweet Sliced U. S. "CHOICE" Grade, Eat-Rite Beef I
t.. ....... .- that by the time we can. we'll be .
TO SttECT 01 REPLACE too old to walk around it and get Bacon u>. 7Sc I
r. When Sam had the tractor all

HEifS ALL YOU DOL1t. pleasure from. looking t at it. re-assembled he discovered that Phone 146 "Eat-Rite" Farm Style Pork Round Steak If tl if 9!c
he had one bolt and a washer left
'-, A while back we had a bit of over. No wonder things cost so 200 E. Call Street I Sausage i L6' 49c

., excitement, when Rudy, a big much these days. They're r
Endorsed By Brahman bull, got in our pasture I things on a tractor that don't putting belong StarkeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Gr. "A", Quick-Frozen Fryer Plate StewHamburger h?_ 1 1flii! i i

-x next to the house. Now Rudy is !
72c
I Breasts Lb.
known around here as a very I I
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:- 2556 7 .",., tame fellow, and he certainly is Land O'Sunshine (ill II. 39c !
"a7'L.
L. School Use. not vicious, but we respect the C ? vo it s5 V NEAT(
,. advice we've had: never trust a Buffer Lb. 69c
., ;
bull. Sam finally herded him out, BANKING HOUSE '
: _
S Liiir by using the tractor as a cow Of EGIBI ARCHAEOLOGISTS
pony. But a few days before that tI Long Island Snowhite r .
2668 4mts Alice was braver. She got tired of I WAVE UNCOVERED RECORDS OF A
An Ideal Student Pen
ducking to and from the chicken 6 HIGHLY DEVELOPED BANKING

WiA A Point For house when Rudy wasn't looking, SYSTEM IN ANCIENT -1 CAULIFLOWER 29C

fs so she grabbed a stick and chased 2 BABYLON OF 8-j ; n 41I I Head

; Every Writing Task. him. 6 CENTURY, ;,

1555 c srt
t.V $ on Finnegan his good behavior.the water We pump hestitateto Is I r U. S. No. 1 Long Island WhitePOTATOES

report this, for Finnegan is like
: '' the Irishman who was good when IC f
In Case of Damage /
V. sober-sooner or later hell go on I 10 Lbs 29c

'(.. AU Point Styles Are 1550_ I Egbrwho used huge earthenwarejars'for
,. Instantly Replaceable Polly Prevatt got the daylights safes and made their
scared out of her by a big rattlerin d entries on day tablets. ,
:. -InstantlyRenewable *- fk her pinder patch.'Eddie Mays! ; .. ::3lI RUSO Quick-FrozenStrawberries f '
shot It with a gun.
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, : We started out here with old
. Joy, and a bull calf called Pride. Here you will find a modern pleasant and safe place 1
: Complete/ Fountain Pens $2.30 and $2.80 Now we have eight head and we C t
.
"" : for savings with the added advantages of
can see those hungry critters your ,

E hanging around the barnyard this : "interest" for you 5 k Pkgs99c
., '- winter begging to be fed unlesswe
get some grazing planted for
, 1. them. Last __
year we bought four v
.
, "ir.' ". bushels of for 51S and that I tj -- -
'. .... rye
---> -: -- provided good eating for the cowsthrough J Quantity Rights Reserved ;
"- the cold weather. Guess j Prices Good Thru Sal Get. 3

,. '. Esterbrook Desk Sets From $3,00i we'll do it again this year.
i .
In Colors To Match Your Office Furnishings Looks like all the rain damagedsome 1

Maroon Green Walnut Gray- Black bougainvilla of Alice's suddenly shrubs.died All and the FLORIDA BANK at STARKE 152 Call Sir*!

the mimosa lost all its leaves. '4
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHPhone SIS Member Florida National GroupAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAJ4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Starke, FloridaI :

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA
BRADFORD SEVrr1
FRIDAY OCTOBER 2, 1955 PAGE
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and cattlemen 'agree that good NOTICE TO APPEAR you are required to serve a copy ot ,fessed by you
I la Circuit Court. Bradford County, .your answer
or pleading to tht This notice shall be publishedonce
cattle still command relatively CONSERVATION Florida IB Chancery. complaint on the Plaintiffs ( each week for four consecutive
good prices. True, they are not June Elaine Johnson Collins, Plain- Attorney T. Frank Landrum t weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
tiff vs. Adolph Dean Collins, Jr., Starke Florida graph.
as good as a year ago but they N-E-.W-S Defendant Case No. 10-068 and file the original in the officeof Dated this 16 day of September,
not off in price proportionatelyto Notice To Appear.To the Clerk of the Circuit Court 1953.
are I : Kele A. D. Collins. Jr,, USX. In or before the X
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Darby
poorer grades of slaughter cat- By Bill Haas I whose residence and address Is: 19 day of October, 1S53; Clerk of the Circuit Court.
tle. NATO (Comm) School NAVPHI- otherwise the allegations of said By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
i BASE, Little Creek Norfolk, Vir- Complaint will be taken: as con- 9.1 it 10/9
Another Item on Cattle U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION : I ginia.
You are hereby notified that a -
If you have any doubt about SERVICE T t euit for -

the value in worming your cattle : I II Divorce I That's Our Business
I has been filed against you in the
and
Jr.
Edwards, ,
J ask Maurice t above named Court and cause and I' a S
'you know he would not spend that you are required to serve a copy 'j j If It's Glass "'e Have It!

By Geo. T. Hoggins money for the fun of it. He figured A soil and water conservationfarm I I Springs area states that th: Pen I complaint your answer on the\or Plaintiff's pleading to tlf'l' $ ; ,/I CALL WRITE or VISIT

County Agent that if some was good, more oughtto plan was prepared for R. L. sacola Bahia he planted recently I Attorney T. Frank Landrum i ittarke -

Agricultural Extension Service be better so he doubled the (Bill) Reddish on his place located is growing just fine. We were out I and file the, Florida original In the officeof I j \ Joe Peters Glass CO.

dose on most of his. en the Lawtey-Raiford Road. His in that pasture the other day when the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,

Planted Any Oats Yet? Tests with common rye grass A worming program is important. plan calls for a variety of grasses Lum pointed to an area where the or before 19 day the of October 1953; \ 2' FOR ANY GLASS NEED

Southland variety is perhaps averaged 280 pounds of beef per It really should be done twicea and legumes. Pangola is going to grass was growing better
your best bet this year. There are acre. Oats give quicker grazingand year. The cost is low per animal be used on the damper soils as that the grass was growing fessed Complaint by you.will be taken as con-,' ft Just Mail Us A Pattern for

limited amounts the new Florf- sometimes are followed with and it is not much trouble if you well as Pensacola and Argentine much faster on the new ground This notice shall be published i, ,0' Table Tops

,, land variety but they are hard to later plantings of rye for rotation I have a chute. Might need a special Bahia with White Clover. Crimson which had more organic matter in once weeks each week in the for Bradford four consecutive County-I

find and cost is higher. ? ome grazing.For head lock if they are Brahmas. lover will also be planted on areas it than in the old field. Telegraph. j!I 318 N. W. '13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4333

cases J In r kt3gr9fl torfeed i Iat, ,Your ,Thinking I Phenothiazine with Cobalt addedis that are not suited for white clo 1953.Dated this 16 day erf September, j-

fall, the YIelds 'were ItUl better' ; Some1'' folks hate'WlldWed''the' -the .most,,used product. Drench- ver. Sweet yellow lupine and oats complaint on the Plaintiff's (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .III= -.. =-- -

than Southland. The Floriland late Farmcast-that is given each ing is perhaps the easiest. For tHe are going to be planted for winter Law Attorney Evan T. Evans 103 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Exchange Marian L. Clerk.
Building, Jacksonville By Crosby, Deputy
variety will be on the market next month in the Farm Journal. The average yearling to grown cow, 6 grazing. Bill is planning to fence Florida 9/18 4t 10/9

fall. October Southern edition made ounces is a dose. Younger animals the different types of pastures and the file Clerk the original In the officeof ( SAVEvith
of the Circuit Courton
S 4 ounces. On the average, a which will prevent over- grazing. NOTICE' TO APPEAR
before
There will be field seed plotsof these statements-possibility of or or the In Circuit Court Bradford CountyFlorida c
I will about 25 to 30 We were in the 19 day of October, 1953; | ,
two new varieties with better prices during next 60 days gallon give standing out pas : In Chancery.:
hope otherwise the allegations of said Paris Beltson, Plaintiff, vs. Rosemary .
for a supply of seed next fall. The, for top quality beef. Lower grades I doses. I ture discussing land classification Complaint will be taken as confessed Beltson, Defendant. Mutual Insurance

Sunland and the Seminole varieties will be dull. Not much change in Now the important thing is to j and the suitability of the different This by notice you. shaJIe\ published Case No. 10-067 -1

each will have some good expected feeder cattle prices. If do it again in three weeks. Unless kinds of grasses to the different once each week for four consecutive Notice To Appear.To .

characteristics over what we have I you have feed, might as well try you repeat with the second dose. I types of soil, when Bill stated. graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele- : nosemary and address Benson Is: 1195, whose Campbell residence ONLY

now In the way of crown and stem feeding early and get them started I I all the .eggs that have not hatched ,"one acre of improved grass on Dated this 11 day of September. A'enue"est Haven. Connecticut.You CONNER BROS.STARKE'S

rust. Oats Is one grain that our before cold weather. Might be a will hatch out and you will have the right soil is better than five 1953.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby! Suit for are Divorce hereby notified and ratification that a

experiment station must keep bargain if you can try cows with wormy cattle right on with little acres of native grass." Clerk of the Circuit Court. I of separation agreementhas

breeding for improved varieties. calves and take them through the good observed from the first The fish pond of Adolph Gay, a By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 9/18 Clerk'i above: been named filed Court against and you cause in and the Shop Before Buying --- Compare These Savings

You might be interested to know winter. Calves will be ready to treatment.A Bradford Soil
Conservation Dis- -
that beef produced last fall as put on gains when spring grass I Xation-wide Crusade :-NOTICE TO APPEAR -ix
trict Cooperator, that was found lii Circuit Court, Bradford County, CLASS I
tests at the Quincy Station comes. something each
aver- And you'll read Florida In
: Chancery.
I ':cut of balance was treated to remove Let Us Thoroughly
aged 200 pounds per,acre for oats Referring to the first statement, week until we launch our big Adam Drzymala Plaintiff, vs. Maria
I all fish, turtles and other ,Drzymala, Defendant.
and 235 for Florida black rye. even our own livestock specialistsMOVING drive. .. undesirable. nnndc Case No. 10-066 Public Liability only $$29.50
I rmiph--- -- _fish__! no ThE-..-> ..---- \ollce- To Appears ;.Wash Your Clothes

..' No dirtier nor more dangerouswild j will be stocked in a few weeKs To: Maria Drzymala, whose residence -
beast lives than the rat. .with blue gills and later next year and address is: 198 Vernon 9 Pounds Driver's License Can Be Revoked If Your Are Involved
Avenue. Brooklyn New York
Every effort we make to elimi- I with black bass, furnished by the You are hereby notified that a In Accident Without LiabilitySAVE

nate rats will make your home U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service suit for For 40c!

and farm, in town and in the through the Bradford Soil$ Conservation -I has Divorce been filed against you in the

-- country, cleaner, healthier and District. above named Court and cause and I FREE Bleach.If Desired! 20% on All Dwellings and Contents
I you are required to serve a copy of
LOCAL S Safe PHONE more prosperous. I J. B. White District your answer or pleading to the complaint SAVE 15% on All Business Property
a Supervisor -
OR 9 We have the poison now to do on the Plaintiff's Attorney
Dependable I rats we is planting Pangola grass. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. SAVE 10-20% on AH Cars & Trucks
LONG 311 the best job of killing and file the original in the office of We Will
DISTANCES S EconomicalR. have ever had. Warfarin, developed I V. R. Ferguson states that the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or SAVE 30% on Garage & Service Station Liability
Pangola he planted short tim before the lit day of October 1953:
a ,
B. Alvarez OR by the U. S. D. A. has been on otherwise the allegations of said Dry Your Clothe -
back is coming along fine.
the market a few years but it is Complaint will be taken as confess
Agents For TRANSFER AND I ed by :you
250JSTORAGE not well enough known nor used I I This notice shall be publishedonce For 20cIn
The doctor told
DeIcher Bros. Lloyd Green.
STORAGE Conner Bros. Insurance
CO. enough. Our purpose in this coun- each week for four consecutive AgencyDOYLE
Chairman of the Board of
Super- weeks in the Bradford County Tele- '
trywide campaign is to kill rats New Automatic Driers!
visors for the Bradford Soil Cort- graph.
and to acquaint you with the ef- Dated this 16 day of September S CONNER LUCIAN CONNER
servation District that he would 1953.
of Warfarin so that
fectivness have to stay in bed three weeks. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
you will keep some on hand the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Representing some of America's Highest Rated Companies
But by remote control is
Lloyd By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Perryman Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida year round. I getting his pastures mowed and 9/18 4t 10/9 TheVasheteria\ I As Rated by Alfred M. Best, America's Leading
to -
Start talking rat-killing your
in shape for the clover to start Insurance Authority
neighbors so that a countrywide NOTICE TO APPEAR Temple Are Starke
growing. He stated from bed that In Circuit Court, Bradford County, PHONE 285
campaign will be just exactly that.If __
Florida In ,
: Chancery.Marie
you have to get the grass down so
you kill out your rats you don'twant S. Jannace. Plaintiff vs. Alfred I' -w
the clover can get out and grow. Jannace, Defendant.
to feed your neighbor's dirty I -- ."..'n.arv 6 ..u...,. IA V-\l"Afl'
boarders.HIGHLAND. Lum Starling of Heilbronnand Notice To Appears
I To: Alfred Jannace, whose resi-
dence and address is: Unknown.You : .
qyyyyyyyyyyyyyyY'UVVYY. 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting are hereby notified that a

INTEGRITYof each Wednesday evening at 7:30. suit Divorcehas for fTSpeeial

Teachers Meeting each Saturdayat been filed against you in the Showing Now at 1
above named Court and cause and
7:30: p. m. Come out and wor- .
you are required to serve a copy of -
conduct and dealing with better Mrs. Lacy Norman ship with us if you don't have a four answer or pleading to the complaint -

thoughtfulness and economy in allS J5y church of your choice. Evan on the T. Evans Plaintiffs, 103 Law Attorney Exchange GRIFFIS BROS1 S.World's

LAAAAAALAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAThursday The Study Course will begin at Building, Jacksonville
our serving these nark the reput- 7:30: Saturday evening. Come : Florida 3I
able guests of the E. C. and file the original in the office of
of this well
quality known
firm.
Harvey family were James Har-I study this book, "The Pull of thePeople" I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 19 day of October, 1953:
vey and family of Virginia and otherwise the allegations of said
DeWITT C. JONESPhone his mother of Whitehouse.Mr. I Attending' church here Sunday Complaint will be taken as confessed I First TV Set With
were Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson of by :you i
7 Starke Fla. and Mrs. Homer Smith an I.nsa .sflsflss daughter, Shirley, visited friends i Long Branch, Jonnie :Mae Strick- once each week for four consecutive
Jacksonville Sun-I land, Wilbur Mobela both of Jack- weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
and relatives in
graph.
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur sonville and Freda and Estelle Dated this 15 day of September.
day.Sam I'Green of Heilbronn 1953.
Springs.
local funeral home enablea nj to offer conveniences and Saunders' saw mill burnedone (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

services not otherwise available. night last week. It was loca- I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By Marian. L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
ted in front of the Sidney Star- .IOTICE TO {'O'TIU'Tons 9/18 4t 10/9
ttts s-sssss tSSSSrrs rrsrnssssssn rsssrsrsssfl ling's. I Office Or The Male Road
Drpartmrut :\onn: 10 .ippnm
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and O. W. Marr of Mims was visiting Tallahassee, Florida In Circuit Court. Bradford County,

accept ANT life Insurance policy In force based by ANY the Joe Marr family Satur- September 21, 1953 Florida: In Chancery.
CoitMtructlon And MaintenanceProgram Charles Jranitz, Plaintiff vs. Mary
company as payment in part or in full on a funeral. day. Granltz, Defendant.
Consultation carries no obligation.flflflflrflsstSSflflSJ5SptssflsJss.sssrj5. Church News Sealed bids will be received at Case No. 10-983
each Tallahassee! Florida from qualified Notice To Appears
School 9:45
a. m.
Sunday
rssjI Contractors until 10:30: : A.M. (K.S.T.) To: Mary Granitz, whose residence
Sunday, Worship services 11 a. m. on the 6th day of October, 1953, for and address is: DeutO. MInihof,
I the construction of the following Austria.

: projects: __ You are hereby- notified that- a
)o'pdf'ralld Project :>o. F-flM-: (U, suit for
DELUXE Job No. 2S02-201, State Road No. Divorcehas
100. Bradford County, between a been filed agatnst you in the
MODEL Chef point approximately 6.5 miles above named Court and cause and
Magic Range South of Starke. and Starke. WoVk you are required to serve a copy of New mRealism
consists of maintenance of traffic your answer or pleading to the
78 : removal of five existing complaint on the Plaintiff's
I structures; constructing two triple Attorney T. Frank Landrum 1 v '
_
10' x 7' and one double 10' x 7' box Starke, Florida '
culverts; one J20 concrete slab and file the original In the office of # : !
bridge on concrete piling; two the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 1Y j
before
:........- o.--,. paving concrete the pipe structure culverts; approacheswith regrading; or 26 day the of October 1953;; ; : -
otherwise the allegations of saii -
Oeala Rock Base with Typ
Exclusive Features 2 Surf. Treat.; and incidental Complaint will > e taken as confessd kt "

___ Items. A Proposal Guaranty in the This by you.notice shall bi publishedonce "i New InClarity
amount of $4,000.00 will be required -
ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER UNITEiclustvel each week for four consecutive

Two top burners and -== The minimum wage paid to alii I weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph -

drip tray all In one unit. Catches labor employed on the al.o\e project I Dated this 23 day of September, rirI !
shall be $1.00. $0.75 and $0.75 per 1953. .A
spillovers, lifts like a feather hour respectively for skilled inter- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroy !
\ashes like a plate. Burners are mediate and unskilled labor. Clerk of the Circuit Court ;
The terms U) "light excavation. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. .
non-clog 'fclmmer-set. Instant, (2) "medium excavation," and (3)) 9/25 4t 10/16 F'. ..I 4* .
automatic top lighting.siica 'heavy excavation" as used herein- Tcvj
above indicated, respectively, (1) : : .
less than SOOO Cu. Yds. per mile, NOTICE TO APPEAR ..- .-%, "
OUT BROILER 1(2) 8000 to 15.600 Ou. Yd. per mile I. Circuit Court Bradford Count. I t- ,,,.., p a..". "5$' / .
i Exclusive! Open the doer and the (3) more than 15,000 Cu. Yds. Florida: In Chancery i'J J
per mile. Joseph Perry, Plaintiff, vs. Anne Depth of
broiler swings out, ready for use. A Proposal Guaranty consisting Perry, Defendant. Case No. 10-082 j-. .._, ,
Convenient, smokeless. Fun to fU of either a certified {check cashier's Notice To Appear.To .
check trust company treasurer's I : Anne Perry, whose residenceand '
sizzling steaks.GUARANTEED. :
,
savory check or bank draft of any national address is: 160 Washington Detail!
or state bank in the amount stated I Avenue. Coytesville, New Jersey. / !) iI'j'
i above. made payable to the Chair- You are hereby notified that a -
Each range Is guaranteed for one man of the State Road Department ] suit for Divorce has been f4led C-_ i
must accompany each bid. AH against you in the above named
year against defects in workman- checks or drafts shall have been issued I Co'rt and cause and you are required -
ship or material. Burners ar* within 60 days of the date for to serve a copy of your an- .
receiving bids. Certified checks swer or pleading ta the complainton rAn
guaranteed for life. I shall have the necessary State of the Plaintiff's Attorney
at- T. Frank Landrum Starke)
Florida's DOl'umentarStamps Exclusive Advance from
tached. Florida and file the original in the
Tne name of the bidder and the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -
-
i applicable Project Number shouldbe I Court on or before the 26 day of October -
1953; otherwise the allegations -
shown on the check or draft. '

I Priced As Low As ,t ance All with work Plans.Is to be Specifications done in accord-and I of as confessed said Complaint by you. will betaken :
This notice shall be
published
Special Provisions of the State Road
I once each week for four consecutive
I
I Department. Special attention is weeks In the Bradford County Tel PRIL CO
*- .
!called to "Notice Contractors"
I to Qualified I graph. '
and Provisions
any Special Dated this 23 day of September
'contained in the Proposal Form. I*53. '
Plus PUms and/or Proposal Forms will (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbY
f be furnished to Contractors
Qualified I Clerk
of the Circuit Court
205 Your I upon application to this office By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Old | for the sum of $25.00 per set. Extra I II 9/25 4t 10/16
[sets of Plans may be purchased for
Range I I S18OO per set. The Standard tjpecl- 'I NOTICE TO APPEAR *his is your opportunity to see the newest U/JJp fhnira with
fications may be purchased for $1.00 ,i I. Circuit Court Bradford C...ty advance in television: Philco Deep Dimension. .." .. .
per copy. Plans, with or without !I Florida! In Chancery. '
Special Provisions, may be purchased Anna Betty Seaman. Plaintiff, vs. Everybody's talking about it, and we _have a{ \

NO MONEY DOWN by REFIWILL fabricators for BK$10.00 M %IIK per FOR set.NO I i, Harry E.. Seaman, Defendant.Case No. 18-96 wid selection of mooels incl ding the Philco N ew Larger

_\",' OF THE ABO\E '('If \RGF.S i Notice T. Appear. 4008,shown above.Nothing matches its picture .r

_ _ USE YOUR OLD RANGE FOR FORMS.PLANS AMI PROPOSAL J I To: Harry E. Seaman whose req- for realism aa3-nothing matches its exclusive 21 INCH
and
dence address is: Drake Hotel 1 -
FOR DOWN PAYMENTCompletely Proposal Forms will not be issued i Spruce Street Philadelphia, Penn features including directional UHF-VHF'
TUNE IN ON unless is least ,
WRUF request received at sylvania.
24 hours prior to opening bids. I You are hereby not-tried that ai Built-in Aerial. Without any obligation, we
FOR Installed The right Is reserved to reject any i suit forDivorce will arrange a demonstration any time to suit ,I Picture Tube
'
.
all bids.STATE
or ROAD DEPARTMENT has been ,filed against yam In the your convenience-come in or phone. ., v_
SONS OF THEPIONEERS LONG TERMS TO PAY OF FLORIDA I above named Court and cause and .
Richard H. Simpson ChairmanSam you are required to serve a cope of
P. Turnbull, State High- : your answer or pleading to the t
Payments As Low As $8.71 Per Month way Engineer. I plaint on the Plaintiffs CCl.\-1 \ '

9/25 %t 10/ i'I i T.Florida Frank Lajidrum, Special Trade in Offer! Easy Terms !)

SOTICE TO 'PPERI i and file the original In tbe office of
FREE I V !. Cirralt (..rl. Bradford Coiaty: the Clerk of the Oircuit Court on i
12:30 12:15 CYLINDER GAS. I
Daily 1 Florldai !. Chaarrrr.. or before the 19 day of October,
Frederick Xolan Clifton, 1953 otherwise of I
Plaintiff, i ; the allegations
In. Wilhelmina Katherine Clifton said Complaint will be taken as confessed -
I Defendant- Case No. 10-05S by you.
!\otice To Appear I I This notice shall ,be published GRIFFIS BROS.
I To; Wilhelmina Katherine Cliftj-n once each week for four consecutive

'CENTRAL FLA. GAS. & APPLIANCE CO. :, whose Seaford residence Delaware.and address is: :.1 weeks. In the Bradford County Tele.feraph. -

I You. are hereby notified that a :1' Dated this 16 day of September,
_ Suit for Divorce 'un. !
STARKE FLA. has been filed against you In the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby FLA. PHONE LAWTEY FLA. PHONE 7II '
PHONE 301 above named Court and cause and Clerk of the Circuit Court. MAXVILLE 3 .
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SEPTEMBER 25 -ST. LEO 0 STARKE 26 OCTOBER 9 P. K. YONGE In Gainesville

OCTOBER 2 PALATKA - IN STARKE s \ OCTOBER 16 -, NEW SMYRNA BEACH\ InNewS.8.

OCTOBER 22 lAX TECH. IN STARKE L4'; OCTOBER 30 MACCLENNY InMacclenny

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NOVEMBER 13 KETTERLINUS IN STARKE .ti NOVEMBER 6 SEABREEZE In Daytona Beach

NOVEMBER 25 LAKE BUTLER IN STARKE NOVEMBER 20 GREEN COVE In Green Cove Springs

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BringKOCH Home the Bacon Boys! Be present tonight to cheer our boys to ENJOY: FINE FOODS AT Best Wishes to the Team
Victory
DRUG STORE Simpson-Urquhart PontiacA VAN'S CAFEBest I Conner Bros.- Insurance Agency


Compliments of Good Team Like the Tornadoes Wishes to the Team Support the Torhadoes with your presence

Starke Hardware Co. Deserve Your Support Broadway's Service Station ; Thomas Truck Terminal & Garage
Western Auto Associate Store

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..Support the Tornadoes with your presence Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes Best Wishes Team Best Wishes From

ROBERTS JEWELRY Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co. The WASHETERIAOnward EARL'S GARAGE
"Your FriendlJeweler"

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Best Wishes Of Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes Tornadoes! Compliments of I

C. H. Dnggers Furniture Co. WILLIAMS JEWELRYSupport G. S. "Gib" Browns Service. Sta. SUWANNEE STORES i

CECIL DOUGLAS, Mgr. !I!

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Compliments of your presenceR. Closed Tonight we've gone to the Game! Best Wishes From
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Starke Builders SupplyIt's Winkler Electric
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TRANSFER: & STORAGE CO. Denmark Furniture Co.
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A Pleasure to Back the Tornadoes Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! Support the Tornadoes with your presence GEM JEWELRYThe

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD DAVE PAULK Torode Chevrolet Co. I: House Of Fine Diamonds
Radio T. V. Seat Covers _, Heavy Equipment Rentals Starke's Leading Jewelry

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Best Wishes Team
Hardy Bros. Motor Co. Edwards Grocery & Market Starke Motor Court THE FARMER'S SUPPLY
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Compliments of
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Andrews Motor Co.
At The Best, Forget The Rest Hart Furniture Co. :

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Church of ChristCorner YYYYTTYTTTYYTTTTYY family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nettles _':., -.. -- -'- -'--" -- .- '- ". -- -.-'-. _.:_ '. -- --'"
of Adel, Ga.. were visitingMr.

10th and McMahoa SERVICE MEN I BROOKER and Mrs. M. O. Harrell last An Invitation
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Preaching A. JL and 7:31 Sunday. Mr. Nettles "will be.backin

s P.DL Grace G. BighamALAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAL bur community next Monday, WE INVITE YOU TO TRY OUR SERVICE AND
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Prayer Meeting and Bible Study *
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. I i down at that time. QUALITY FOR QUALITY, COMPARE OUR PRICESSuwannee

Bible School-10 A. M. j PTA Officers Elected Our former market manager and
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For New YearH.
ChurchOn Presbyterian Church :' tf moved to their new home in Plant!
Methodist St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. I S. Anderson was elected
City on MondayMr: Beville will
president of the Brooker P. T. A.!
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Sunday, Oct. 4, the mem Fri, Oct. 2-Junior Choir Prac- Raymond E. MacBlaln at the regular meeting last Thursday -! manage the farmers market in

bers of the First Methodist Church tice3:30 p. m. Schedule of Services night. Other officers elected'that city

will with millions Sunday School-9:45 a. m.-
of Starke join to '
SUNDAYS serve the 53-54 school year
Christians around the globe in classes for all ages. YYTYY TTYYT YYTTTYYYYTyl
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9:45 a.m., Church SchooL 11 were Bill Bigham, vice president;
tr ttlebratirf: World-Wide Com- Morning Worship Service-Observance tun., Morning Prayer &: Sermon; Mrs. Howard Mott, Secretary; and
The Lord's Sup- of the Lord's Supper- LONG BRANCH
y. munion Sunday.
Mrs.
6:30 Young People's Serv- j. w. Kelley, Treasurer.
,: Worldwide-Communion Sunday- pjiu. I
per will be ,served .at both the ( Standing Committees appointedat
Communion :Meditation: "Why ice League. '"
.y church service 401 c
\ Sunday morning I HOLY COiDIUMON': this time were: Membership, by Mrs J. L. Stricklandand PHONE
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and also at Sunday eve-
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1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday ; Program
Youth Fellowships-6:30 m. I E. CALL
,, ning service. During the afternoon p. 7:30 : G. E. Green. tore

the Rev, Thomas G. Mitchell Evening Worship Service-7:30 a.nuFRIDAY t I, Tentative plans were made for I II ST. 345
ra.-Obedience to God and Christian I'
will administer Communion to the p., !
7:30 p.m. Litany &: :Meditation. I the Hollowe'en Carnival to be We are all thankful to see the!

sire shut-ins to receive and sick Communion people who In their de- Growth.IfWednesday., Oct. 7-7:30 p. m.- 8 p.m.. Choir Rehearsal. r .held in the downtown area, on Oct. nice bright sunshine again this\) CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager
j 131, with the following committee
Prayer Meeting and second studyIn Monday morning. We have had
homes. 6r I appointments: Overall chairman, i DELIVERY SERVICE
Sunday evening at the 7:30 "Jacob's Ladder"8, p. m.- At The TabernacleA I Mrs. Howard Wait; Advertising, almost constant rain for so long I *

church service Mr. Mitchell will Adult Choir practice. it had begun to look like we would
leader Is chosen each week Bill Coram; Dinner, Mrs. Lloyd
new We reserve the right to limit quantity
preach on the subject, "The I Dyal; Cake Walk, Bill Bigham; not have any more sunshine.

Danger of an Easy Conscience. St. Edward's ChurchSunday for the Tuesday evening Bible a; Solicit Cakes, :Mrs. J. C. Harrell; Yougan Padgett is hauling logs PRICES GOOD THUR., FRI., SAT., OCT. 1, 2, 4

f. The Senior and Intermediate Mass at 9:15 a. m. Study at the Tabernacle. A Fruit" Cake, Mrs. Mary Green and again and not having to tote them
:Methodist: Youth Fellowships thoughtful study- W "Servants of Mrs. Rosa Pinholster cut of the woods.
Weekday Mass: T:30 ajn. I ; Country The truck came OPEN ALL DAY
i meet at 6:30 Sunday evening. Children's: Class Saturday 11' the Lord" was taken up at the Store, Earl Hoffman; Novelty by our house and to the pond to THURSDAYU.

t All children between the ages a. m. Thursday afternoon Prayer Meet-, Booth, Mrs. Loca Whitten; Fish get logs. Last week all they

,I.e of 6 the and Children's 12 are cordially Hour conducted Invited Keystone Heights ing this week. Communion will be. i .- Pond, Mrs. Leslie Green; Bottle ed they had to shoulder load-I S. NO. 1

to (Women's nub) observed at the Sunday morning e y Toss Game, Mr. Sommese, Hot the woods-carry them to the Lbs
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every Wednesday afternoon at Sunday Mass 8 a. m. service and the Church Covenantwill Dog Stand, Mrs. Bill Bigham; I road and to the truck. Took the POTATOES 10 29C

; 3:15. Confessions before all Masses. te re-read. Hectographing, Mrs. M. D. Har- truck into the woods, got the

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Marine Private Roy Crews (al t rell; Raffle, Bigham and Coram; empty truck stuck, had to jack it

CHURCH FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH: Church of God left) has his pack checked bj f Parade, Mrs. Howard Mott: and up before they could get it out of ..
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Morning Service 11 School (Gator Platoon) Marines; DaL e At the close of the business .knees-all who were trying to get
: a.m. Sunday 10 a. m. Preach- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- j
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Ing 11 a. m. &: 7:30 p. m. Midweekservice : ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Thompson. Crews is the son o p I meeting the birthday of Mrs. Mattie these logs out, had to give it up STOCTON RED' WAVE RED

Prayer Meetings Wednesday Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service Mrs. Elizabeth Crews, Route 2', Sowell, school cafeteria super- and let the logs stay in the woods d CATSUP SALMONTall

night 7:43: p.m. Saturday nigb, A. E. Massey, pastor. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet I Starke, and Thompson is the SO]n r visor, was celebrated. A birthday.until the water ran down some.!'
of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
ing 7:30 Thursday. Thompson cake, baked by Mrs. Tom Markey, Ul night Saturday and all day

.. p.m. I also of Starke. and cookies and soft drinks were Sunday Yougan had a severe bot for can
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Members of the Gator Platoon served by Mrs. Howard Wait, Mrs.L. toothache from wading and workIng L
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School
Sunday a.m. I graduated on Sept. 25 and the new A. Mott, Mrs. G. E. Green, ana y i in the rain all day Saturday.!

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke :. ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE SerV' I Marines are currently enjoying a Mrs. Bill Bigham. Bell Mosley had to deliver groceries '. --.. .--'-" .
ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m. ten-day boot leave before being -, ---- .. '
WMU Meeting Announced : in the rain again Saturday-

SEVEXTJI DAY sent to their new stations. I I Mrs. Wilson Green president of J jot the truck stuck half a dozen SOUTHERN SWEETPOTATOES

the Brooker Baptist W. M. U. has
ADVENTIST CHURCH .
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Services each Sabbath in old In spite of all of rain
the the
1 and Mrs. Nat Sternberg of Dayto- ness of the will 29C
meeting society
REV. LEWIS D..HAINES Pastor Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath -I folks to Cabbage
Beach of Starke has managed get
i na formerly be held Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 3p.m. : across -
School 2 p.m. Preaching I been sent to a new assignment in in the church. Friday, Oct. Branch to go to church at

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town each second and fourth Sabbaths,the Far East after attending a 2, is the W. M. U. Rally at Heil- .Long Branch Sunday. The road

t 130j : 3 p.m. Eld'ertost rt, pastor.i field officers' refresher course at bronn Springs Baptist Church, and 'was in very bad shape but they
Phones
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Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m.:Ft. Benning, Ga. CoL Sternberg is Oct. 7-8 is Associational meetingat I managed to cross it. MY-GOOD GA. JIM DANDYMEAL

j Everyone welcome. a graduate of the U. S. Military Fred
I I I I I Raiford Baptist Church. Lang had the job of cleaning -
Academy at West Point and served the Long Branch Cemeteryand GRITSS'b'bag
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. HOPE BAPTIST i Mrs. James W. Thomas, pres-
CHURCH '
with the 1st Inf. Div. in the European wonders who he can hire to do

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. THERESSA Theatre in World War II. tion ident, attended of the New the Baptist River W.Associa-M. U. the work. He has to stay with his bag

Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preaching His wife and son, Ben, Jr., are residing -state teachers conference at Day job at the saw mill and needs 33C S'b 39C

:Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Service 11 a. m.; Training at Stamvix Apartments,,tona Beach last week. She re- 'someone to help out in this work. .
Union 7 p. m.; Evening Service Carlisle, Pa. i Mrs. Irene
ports that our association was Padgett and grand-
8 p. m. = one of the leading associations in I daughter Betty Jean went to North

"A church earnestly contendingfor 1' getting reports into the state office Carolina Thursday night to Irene's Any Brand Ea
the Faith which was once delivered -
, ani 100 per cent in Seasonof daughter, Betty Jean's mother, MILK 13C
Spiritual Services That unto the Saints." -Jude Prayer. Ruth Corbett who has recently
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I i "A fflightH Jnrtrrss Afford You Peace And you. Mrs. Dean Lewis and baby have undergone an operation. ,
Merle Packman
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311 Wur oh" Strength In These Crit- pastor. returned to their home here after Gertie Faircloth is still on the! OXYDOL, TIDE, CHEER ORLarge

&" ical Days Attend Services spending several days with Reed's sick list. My mother, Mrs. Belt, is
WOODLAWN MISSIONARYBAPTIST I
..1 EXALTED Sunday At The CHURCH parents, the E. C. Lewises, in still gradually growing weaker DREFT Package 19C

PERMANENT LAWTEY, FLA. Starke. and more helpless as each day!
passes. We have no hopes of her
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott hadas
HAMPTONFirst
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DEPENDABLE- 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. their guest last Sunday, Neal ever improving in health. But this

Baptist" 'Church- preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6pray-' Thompson of Jacksonville. is just as we can all expect of one ctnof
OUR
REFUGE PAIR
Bob Gray, Pastor er service, 7 o'clock song services, Pfc. Anthony R. Johnson Jr., Frank Tomlinson, of Starke, was of her age. She was 80 years I COCA 6 17C

OUR 7:30 evening services. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. John-'the luncheon guest of his son and March 13. The best thing we can I Plus
BIBLE SCHOOL 10 A.M. I Deposit
DELIVERANCE son of Starke, recently enjoyed a10day family, the Frank L. Tomlinsons,, all do is to become resigned to 1
B.T.U. 6.30 P.,I. yyyyyyyyyyyyvyyyyyyvyyyyWHERE last these things we know must hap-
Tuesday.
leave
at his home here be-

(Notice change 0: time TRAINING AND fore reporting to Ft. Story, Va.I Mrs. N. G. Hayes has as her pen. I iRiIErFOoiiSongstress

for evening services.) EXPERIENCE COUNT where he is stationed. His addressis guest, her sister, Mrs. Mae Griffin,, 1

Pfc. of Jacksonville. She plans to
A. R. Johnson Jr.-US5314 ----
Hear This Message At 7:30 P.M. Sunday Nile: If you need a truss or surgical .
7312 604th Transportation Am- spend a week or so here. 10 Oz. Pkg.
support, you cannot afford to phibious Truck Co., Ft. Story, Va., W. H. Hayes had as his Monday EACH
r "Laughter In Heaven And hlI. take a chance with your health M night guests, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy REVIVAL GREEN PEAS

by being improperly fitted. Pvt. T. R. Mcintosh, who before Loftin, of Gainesville.

Here at Canova Prescription entering the service last August 1 James Harrell, son of Mr. and C

10 Oz. Pkg.
Centw, we have trained tech- ,'as relief operator at the Florida Mrs. J. C. Harrell, spent the week- MEETING Songstress

niclans, both male and female, rheatre, is now confined to' the end in Gainesville with his aunt BABY LIMAS

to serve you.Remember hospital at Ft. Jackson, S. C. as and family, the Curtis Beachs. BEGINS AT

I < health and he result of an infected foot. His Henry Harrell was the weekend
your
30 CREDIT! comfort depend on expert address is: Pvt. T. R. Mcintosh, guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Denmark Songstress 10 Oz. Pkg.

RA14505443, Ward 43, U. S. Army in Jacksonville. JohnstownBaptist
I I Hospital, Ft. Jackson, S. C. Mrs. Lloyd Dyal and son, La- CORN on COB

I fitting.CANOVA Verne, were in Gainesville visiting

, for your I old I I water heater! PRESCRIPTION CENTEI I Christian ChurchBible ,'I relatives Monday.confined to the hospitallast Church I Songstress 10 Oz Pkg Cut


School 9:45 a.m. Worship j Mrs.T. A. Dyal is on an extended GREEN BEANS

REGARDIESS OF AGE, MAKE OR CONDITIONLimited PHONE 4202 service 11 a.m. At 7:30 p.m. there visit with her daughter, Mrs. Monday, Oct. 5th
(Near Hospital) in Gainesville. I
will be an installation service for Roy McDavid I

Gainesville, Fla. the new minister, J. E. Sherwood,I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sparks and 7:30 P.M.:
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal were Meats at the Best Prices
A AAkLkAAAAAAAAAAAAAiI4jFRIGIDAIRE conducted by Henry H. Carter,( ; Quality
,visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal Through Oct. llth 1
W.
i minister of Penney Farms, C. .
Time Trade-In Offeron I McDonald minister of Bradenton, last Sunday. In Town
I Mrs. R. L. Slaughter, of Detroit, With
I and Clyde Colson. Prayer Meeting
Mich. Bob Rudd and Sanford
a Brand-New I each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. I I;, Strickland, of Atlanta, Mrs. Edna Lb OC

HOSPITAL ADMISSIONSThe Hayes and Mrs. Stella Mae Wilson SUPREME OLEO

THERE'S JUST ONE been'and son, of Gainesville were Fri-
have
following patients y.

Westinohousek FRIGIDAIREMade admitted to Doctors Clinic Hospital'day and Mrs.night dinner Harrell.guests of Mr. WITH CROC. ORDER OF $5.00 OR MORE

I the week: Mrs. W. B. Guy
only by General during past 1 Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas u. __. __
% Waters, Maxville; David Thomas, ;
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Motors All other
Corp, Jeannette
and children, Miss - --- -' "
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O I Jr., Lake Butler; Mrs. Geneva Fin-
jtforriafo gecfrt Electric Refrigerators are Thomas, Mrs. Reed Lewis and aa FRESH GROUNDHAMBURGER FRESH
ley, Raiford; Mrs. A. L. Nazworth, t
made by other companiesand Mrs. Mead Lewis of Starke at-
I Hampton; :Mrs. Pearl Thomas,
cannot use the word Charlie Williams, Mrs. L. A. tended a family re-union in PORK ROASTLb
s i Kingsland Ga. yast Sunday.
WATERHEATER Frigidaire. '!Nettles, Miss Wilma Alexander, <
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gano
Mrs. Wesley Thomas and Mrs. J. .; ; Lb IflC
were visiting their son, Ovid and
k Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE R. Griffin, all of Starke. 43CSKINLESS
.I family, at Swan Lake last Sunday ;

? ? ;Order Of Pa.Ut>aU.. And .Ut'e To afternoon. M'i 1 N. ''1 +
I Appear State Of Florida Tot Visiting with Mrs. Eddie Lewis
George Dees, whose residence and
III THEN SEE 1 address is: 307 :Norfolk Street Newark and Allen recently for the week-

j New Jersey. end were: Mrs. J. W. Lewis and
You are required to appear on WEINERS SMOKED
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E. H. SMITHTenth October 26. 1953. In the above Julian Green, of Jacksonville, Mr. LiLiDr.
I named Court and cause, wherein and Mrs. Frank Tinney and sons : or BOLOGNA flC
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
t of and Mrs. E. M. SAUSAGE
County'Telesrunh shall nnbli.'h this Perry, Mr.
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P aad Temple Ave. four weekly issues.! Lewis Miss;
Order in nest Lewis and sons, Leon I
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Starke, Fla. lit Witness Starke.niv Florida hat,a*this> September Zattice Rucker and Sonny Dukes, R. J. Barber I

!3, 1SSS. of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs.: I
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l0i OFFICIAL SE KH C"*rl- A EVANGELIST
of Starke
Ovid Lewis and girls

F $105AS By Marion L. As Crosor.Clerk beta of said lJo Court-c.- and Mrs. R. P. Lewis of Keystone .I Tender Chuck Roast or Rib and Brisket
p LET US FILE YOUR SAWon Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Bldg., Heights. OUTSTANDINGMAN
Jacksonville Florida. STEAK STEWBEEF
mJJ[ No Et Mf fr our New Foley I Attys. for Pit. J/Z3 4t 10/16 Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis ana OF GOD

D OWN family were visiting his sister, From Danville Va.

I itA\'Alttq / AUTOMATIC SAW FILERThey'll -' ._, .,:>-, '. -,.;:;.._.';',+ Mrs. J. P. Baxter last Sunday.Mrs. Lb Lb

M'hi Tread.... J. W. Lewis, who has been The Public Is Invited 33C 15CI

cut; HEAR BETTEROR here visiting with her daughter, Large Crowds Expected I
like new when returned home with her son, John-
....,hWH, filed on our PAY HOTH1HG! rile. Don't Fail To Hear This I
Ws.kdrklReplace
precision ma II-III MIUMUI nlllUUI'rtliITjl Miss iva Mae Lewis Is spendingsome Man I CUBE, SIRLOIN OR
chine. 'In a time in Dundee with Mr. {

few minutes and Mrs. Grady Mann.: 49C
that old, unre- Westinghouse BEST-BUY 70 U'11 have !. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Crosby and Good Singing With Fred ROUND STEAKbFANCY

liable or undersized water saws that cut cleaner, truer, daughter of Leesburg were visit- Haislop Directing The Song

heater now, and enjoy Featuresthe faster. Bring your saws in ing with the J. W. Thomas familyon I
Service
todal-J"ou'llliko our speedy i and Wednesday of last? Every Night -
finest Tuesday
automatic hot
HNtlaallMts' HEARING AIDS
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water service for service.ALSO. week. Fresh West CoastHENorFRYER
to RED
years _, tHUE GIEAI MODEISI
See .*....... -,- ..C.at.t d | Mrs. C. S. Roberson left last This Church Is Located
come. w now about I
tics a.rcnadwowt.Sau | for San Antonio, Texas MULLET
the new Westinghouse .CeLl w-w wu SHARPEN $75 r.w.r.awa.m. Sunday Between Raiford and Lake
:where she will visit daughter.
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Water Heaters. .IO-YMT*.*. *..r.Bcy. ALL KINDS OF TOOLS, Butler on Main Highway
KNIVES, SISSORS, ETC. CANOVAPHARMACY Peggy and family. Lb Lb 4 ACJr'
i Mrs. M. O. Harrell daughter
All New Equipment Katherine and James Harrell were Rev. D. A. Greek 49C
SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO.
attend-
CALVIN JOHNS among those from Brooker I
ing the football game in Gaines- PASTOR

PHONE 39 STARKE FLJ L. 465 N. Water St. Phone 160 Starke, Ffc L vile last Saturday.Our 1

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TEX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA

FRIDAY OCTOBER 2, 1953as


Chapman Hurt Fish IncreasedThe PopulationIs Death Closes Long Railroad CareerOf -rt .-1 Tent Revival Draws I- an Army chaplain. and in the

In Auto Mishap Good Attendance evargelistlc field. He has also
; I been
fish population of Bradford highly successful as a radio
A. W. Redgrave Here Thru Next WeekGood preacher.
L. F. Chapman, superintendent County has been increased by Longtime Engineer
Assisting in the services here
of the State Prison at Raiford, was about 50,000 black bass finger- attendance is
reported by are the
well-known local musicians -
injured Tuesday afternoon when a lings as a'result of the State On Friday, Dec. 31, 1938, A. W. the age of 15 months, and the Downs-Eifert evangelisticteam ( The
they Gonzales
Norma
Trio ,
limb from a huge oak tree crashed |:;Game and Fresh Water Fish Com (for Alphonso William) Redgraveleft made their first home in New at revival services now in May and Tony.

'into his automobile on U. S. 301 mission's bass release program. "Peggy" at the Y in Starke Orleans. progress In the big tent located

near Citra. He was enroute to These baby bass have been released -. for the last time. I| marked an He began his on the Raiford highway near the I On Wednesday Dr. Downs spoke

:Fort Pierce to attend funeral in lakes Crosby, Sampson, end to 44 years of railroading for railroading at Norfolk long career Va. of primary school buildings.The I I briefly at the Rotary Club, describing -

services for Governor Dan Me- Crystal, Silver, Santa Fe, and the hearty native of London who his with services the Bible as the best defense -
first are
job in the cab conducted -
being that
Carty and was alone. Rowell in Bradford County, which came to the U. S. with his parentsat against communism. He
of fireman on the Norfolk and nightly at 7:45 and on at I
Sunday
The limb struck the Chapmancar was high on the list of countiesin the age of 15 months. When Western. He & was accompanied by Miss Patsy

diagonally from the left front I which fish were released. Mr. Redgrave left Peggy that day for nine remained with this ; 3 pm. by Dr. George Downs, evan-I Benton who sang a vocal solo.
company years then went '
to the rear, pinning the super-I I To date almost a quarter mil it was the close of a long partner- with the Southern for a;short time gelist, and his musical assistants: -

intendent in the lion black bass fingerlings have ship. He had piloted her over ; Frank Eifert, baritone, and Doris
and to
finally the
Seaboard
about 20 minutes before rescuers I I been released into lakes and more than 200,000 miles on some remained employed wherehe Downs, soprano. The services FILL DIRTGOOD
until his
from nearby Citra succeeded in streams of the Commission's 4,000 round trips from Starke to retirement.He will continue through next week. :

sawing off the front door on the:'Northeast Division, Commissioner the end of the line near Bell. Dr. D vms has been active in'' RICH

driver's side and prying off part M. V. Joiner has announced. The was a member of the Ma- the ministry for years, as pastor,
After his retirement
than
more
I I bass release program will con- sonic Lodge of Crew, Virginia, and
of the top. 15 years ago, Mr. Redgrave lived TOP SOILSee
the
'tinue until the middle of October, brotherhood of Locomotive
Suffering from shock, cuts, and j I' quietly, contended to pass the time w.C.T.U.
i'and the blue gill bream release Engineers.
possible internal injuries, Mr. j with his garden, his flowers, and ;

Chapman was carried to the Ocala'I i program, which has just started, his bees three of the many hobbies Surviving are his widow, Mrs. i il l
I will continue until the end of the "SOME THINGS CAN BE PRESERVED -
hospital where he is still confined.I t with which he occupied his Minnie Edwards Redgrave, who he i BILL JACKSON ,
I IN ALCOHOL
month.A BUT
-
Mrs. who was visitingin time. married in 1903; and three daugh- )
Chapman Jackson Transfer
i
NOT AMERICAN Company
LIBERTY.
Tennessee, is now at his bed- breakdown of release figures ters, Mrs. Ed Torode, Mrs. Carl _

side. '!shows: 45,000 fingerlings releasedin Last Sunday, at the age of 81, Johns, and Mrs. Joe Martinez, all I SIGNAL PRESS. Phone 165
he suffered a slight heart
I attack
Officials said the prison warden Suwannee County; 10,000 in and Wednesday a more severe one. of Starke; two sisters, Mrs. Janie I ___I

. received injuries to his left arm Duval; 1,000 in St. Johns; 40,000in This latter ended a long and useful Hancock of Weaverly, Va., and

and leg, multiple lacerations and Alachua; 50,000 in Clay; 20- Mrs. Daisy Downing of Chevy I .

bruises, and cut tendons of his 000 in Lafayette; 15,000 in Union; life.Mr. Chas, Md.; seven grandchildren ENGINEER REDGRAVE pictured in Peggy's cab at time of his retirement -

left hand. J[and 50,000 in Bradford County. Redgrave was born in Lon- and three great grandchildren. in 1938. DEEP FREEZE BABY BEEF

don, England on January 1. 1871, Funeral services were held I

the son of Alphonso William and '
Susan Crist Redgrave. He came Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in I the First Methodist Church, offithe family plot in Blanford Ceme- Slaughtered to your order. Pick out the one you like.

Sell It Rent It Trade ItWITH to this country with his parents at ,Rev.the DeWitt Thomas C.G Jones Mitchell Chapel, pastor with of I ciating.to Petersburg Later, the Va.body for was burial sent in{I tery o'clock.Saturday afternoon at 2 i We invite you which to visit your and meat inspect is handled.the conditions with I




, A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow Balky Mule Queen Is Unable I I Training Course PRICES VERY REASONABLE



Rates Good Results Easy To Place Leads To Arrest But To Send Thanks Wood MasonsThe Starts MondayAt Motor Court from SoldContinued SANTE FE STOCK FARM !


20 WORDS OR. LESS, ONK INSERTION - 50c Of MoonshinerA page one Phone Keystone Heights 3571 or P. 0. Starke, Fla.

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c Queen (of England, that is) State PrisonA S. C. for 514.000. Sellers were

DISCOt'. T OP 15 PER CENT O\ TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS mule that wouldn't relinquishthe sent her regrets and her thanks,j I Florence E. Brown and H. O.'

but she was unable to comply with two weeks training program, Brown of Worthington, and Flor-1 i't.o- _
-S* ADDITIONAL FOR"BLIND ADS OR ADS XOT PAID IV ADVANCEMEMORIANS right of way on the New River the known as the Florida Police Academy ence Iris Brown of Jacksonville. --w-- --

Road last week led to the arrestof request. !I Ii i will open at the Florida.: Ben Suslow (the Ole Sarge) con
OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS-20c PER LINECOUNT
,CARD The request came from Gene WINKLER
a person for possession cf moon- State Prison Monday at 8 a.m. tinued to add to his holdings by,I ELECTRIC SERVICE
( 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) Long Senior Deacon of Bradford
I
shine under the direction of Louie L. the purchase of H. B. Purvis' _
whiskey.The
Masonic No.
Lodge 35. It '
was Wainwright, custodial officer, property north of Starke U. .
and Florida FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. Inquire I on S.
5jALEMIsaIonarY arrests were made for a piece of wood with |
by historical
a -1
Just made. at Bus Station. tf I 301 from Zena Brown '
90', Strawberry plants The program was requested bythe executor of
deputies from Sheriff P. D. Redish's background to be
Grown on new land, by bed or used h the estate for 'pJ'IT
Box WANTED-Elderly white couple toIHe Florida Peace Officers Association 1500.
1000. Myrtle Priest, Rt. 1. d office who gave this account the building of a new altar for the >
Un 1ft/? on farm, close In; rent free in An
an effort to the
IT. Starke. local bring i agreement for deed was also
groceries free; and assist in car- of the incident: lodge. I
SALE-Boyg %6 Inch bicycle 2 ing for aged father and usual I l latest enforcement training methods recorded from H. T. and Floy Bell
FOR Ercelle Lawton Long, who has been
Hollingsworth,
farm chores. Write Box 823-P. working on RADIO
Mrs. Bennett
brand new tires and tubes. to local enforcement to Suslow for the Bennett
Cypress-West Starke, Fla. Stchgr 10/2 the altar project, wrote to '
Kaufmani. 36 2654 Ave. Jacksonville Queen
George Subdivision. Royce agencies. All law enforcement officers property on 301 north of Lawtey,

Moreland. Sts. Pinehurst NEW! TRY STAR PLASTIC TYPE rammed into the mule with his Elizabeth several weeks ago, requesting -, in this area are eligible to comprising 6.70 acres. AND
CLEANER-Does a better job. the piece of wood. The j
faster.: No messy liquids. Self- automobile on the New River attend. I Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ingram have
lot with eight Queen answered
FOR SALE-Corner through the
room two story building on it at 50c renewing at Bradford lasts County indefinitely. Only Road last Tuesday morning. He British Embassy in Washington.Here .I Duplicate classes will be held L purchased a lot from Lorenzo and iii TELEVISIONSales

Sit N. Walnut St. If Interested Telegraph.tf called Gainesville for a wrecker. daily, starting at 8 ajn. and 1 L Mae Green on Highway 16 (Rai
4J5 Lake St. is the letter received I .
Sr..
see Olin White, by Long ford "
Sip 10/ The Gainesville garage notified this week: p.m. Each class period runs four Road) for $1,000.
LET J. D. ODOM. JR.
HANDLE YOUR the Alachua County Sheriffs office hours so that each enrollee re ,

GC.N'VINE S "SPECIAL"INDIA FORMO CATTLE AND HOGS .which, in turn, notified British Embassy ceives the complete instruction by aMcerpflflflrSSSSS
SALES t
AlA LEAS Live Oak Each Wednesday Sheriff Reddish of the accident. WashingtonSept. attending one' four-hour period 1!:Legion Official '" .. tI
s-s s Its SSS S.ts-S fl
100 for $$00 fl S
10 < J: Urhts G.h.u-UI. Es.k Vv4iIvRADIOS
BEL"EDEUE'ZALE.'- NIRSERY Deputies were dispatched to the 26, 1953 daily. A. C. (Smitty) Brown, re I 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida

Pauline Earl. ColllnaEarlrtoB. -. .. REPAIRED scene of the accident. They arrested Dear Mr. Long, .tired police office of Tampa, will
Fla. Pk.ae \\ 2363
All Makei All HodeU be instructor.The Amazed -----------o------ ------ I'
Hollingsworth on a chargeof I have been asked to thank you -
Reasonable charges graarmateedCHAS. j
JOB OPPORTUNITY-Young men C. SHEPHERD ,II no driver's: license. Hollings for your letter to the Queen of'I, entire two weeks will be -: :, -;-", :">'::;" :,:" "...._""'" --.::._ :- -' .4--'Y.: __ .,-, :, ,_ : '- .
wanting must to be learn willing chain to store work business In- 70S W. Call St. Starke Pk. 231 j worth was released under $34 Sept. 3 about the project of the ,devoted to small arms with lectures I '(Continued from page one) :

another city. IS to 35: years of age WANTED-Graduate bond. Bradford Lodge No. 35 for build- j demonstrations, and actual I

experience with high school necessary.education.Startingpay No licensed practical for nurse general 01 ) After the release of Rollings- ing an Altar. I regret that it isj i firing on the range. Mr. Brownis months of captivity. Thomas OnERN HOME' FOR SALE !
duty. Doctor's Clinic
Hospital, called the
In- not possible for The well qualified as an instructor picture an outright lie.
$30 to $tO and regular SOl W. Call St. Starke, Fla. tf' worth, who went on to Jacksonville Queen to ,1

creases. Apply local manager% i the deputies found some meet your request, but I am asked having held or oo-held 27 national L. H. Gibson, adjutant of the .
LovetU. Ztchg 10/ FOR SALE i" :r 8" 16" Concrete ( local
:x
-
American
Block iSo each. Plenty of broken jugs in a ditch beside the' to say at the same time that the awards. Legion Post, said

FOR ALE-I Servel gas Ice box 7 Mortar Mix and Cement Bradford -, road. A further search uncovered spirit of friendship which prompted j This school is the opening phaseof the booklet looked as if it had ,
cu. ft. )24.95; 1 kerosene :3 burner Engineering Company. Phone I been written for the .
to write j
and
you of average
stove with oven $15. 1 gas range 94. tf three 5-gallon jugs containingmoonshine your message : a program which will set up -

(Detroit Jewel) 21.95. Call 17-113 oJ I in a clump of palmettos. good wishes were much four years of training for prison sixth grade mind. I _

for appointment. Ztp 10/2 SALESMAN WANTED Write ed. appreciat-j'custodial officers. Upon com i i In concluding his comments on 1
wire Rawleigh'fl Dept. FA-270-216, the .
propaganda booklet
Thomas
FOR RENT-one 4-room apartment.One Memphis. Tenn. Regarding opportunity -' Hollingsworth, calling the With best pleting the entire course, each en :
;I-room apartment both nice- for Rawieigh I said, "It would seem that our I -
business ; rollee will be with
his your project, presented a i
Gainesville to check on
ly furnished. Elec. equipped. 1 in Bradford County, No capital] garage federal post office department: !
mile from bridge E. Starke. Bes- needed. Sip 10/2 car, found that the car was being Yours Sincerely, diploma issued by the State De 1
Rd. Mrs 1.. 11. Wynn, Rt. : i would have some law or regulation -
sent
held "by Sheriff Reddish. He (Signed) Peter.Marshall partment of Education. !
tfchg i I j
1. Pox J-C which would prohibit their
knew then the jig was up and I Private Secretary to L. F. Chapman, prison superintendent handling communistic \.

FOR RENT-4-room cottage, furnished WANTED had his attorney call and tell I Her Majesty's Ambassador urges all enforcement propagandaof
|9 per week. lights and this sort.
Kinglier Lake road near I Reddish that he would return I agencies in the area to avail them I
water Undeterred, Long is
proceeding,
1
Camp tiUndiog. Kings Ie) Court, Prospective purchase/a to I'voluntarily to Starke the following selves of the school.
Box 454. Starke, Fla. Itp 10/% see list of 'I with the altar project and has I' Light Installed !
my Dwellings, morning. written to various lodges allover Enrollment will take place Mon

FOR RENT-Klngslejr Lake:and:3 bed.dinette Farms, Ranches, Acreage, Lots, Hollingsworth, true to his word the United States, asking for day at 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the At CourthouseA I
living room -
room house Lake Front 'Prison.Auto
Properties, Business State .
with appeared the next morning and
modern kitchen. bath pieces of wood with historical'
tub hot and cold water gas stove Property, and Business Invest was charged with possession of significance. i new traffic light has been installed \

and gas range for heating. $60 ments. I the .- ._- _______ _
mo. Contact C of C or Mrs. Jack .moonshine whiskey and released Accidents by city to help deter- ( I

Williams, 2110 N. W. 3rd Place. These listings are available to ',under $300 bond. The bond was mine "who goes when" at the intersection New
r.lllnf'lIvlll... tfchg Pool Room Owners' Cause Big Damage one-story concrete block dwelling situated on
of Call St. and
those whoant to buy:: or infest forfeited when Hollingsworth TempleAve. Orange Street just off Lafayette Two bedrooms
in Florida. :failed to appear at the prelimi ,

Starke Ice Co. Call, write or phone for a nary hearing scheduled for this 1 Said Cooperative Two cars completely wrecked I In addition to the traffic light, a Living room, kitchen & dining combined, two spacious I
and to third
$125 a auto were the: bedrooms with
adequate
week. continuous green light with an arrow built.in closets, bath,
Now Open For results of two accidents in Starke', hot water heater Coolair
copy.A. Mayor J. R. Wainwright reported last weekend. pointing to the right has been j attic fan, Venetian blinds. t

SUGAR CURINGand J. THOMAS CARD OF THANKS things on the law enforcement; I installed to give the go-ahead to !! and shrubbery. Just completed and ready for oc-J j I

REAL ESTATE BROKER front in Starke as "relatively.quiet" I The major accident occurred. drivers making a right turn into cupancy. This is truly the one great bargain for a!
Smoke Curing 2O4 Trwple Atr. Telephone 214 Words cannot adequately express Saturday night in Reno when the Temple Ave.Band family
Florid this week. This, after lastWeek's i desiring a strictly modern home with the !
StarLe. I I our deep appreciation for I 1940 Ford, driven by Rosa Lee latest improvements.
crack-down
II on law violators
YOUR MEATS the many kind and sympatheticacts I Thoma::!, Negro, 44, of Stark
I I I by the mayor, city police and Sher- Parents Assn.
that helped so much in our crashed into an oncoming 1950
ALSO COLD STORAGE f i iiff P. D. Reasonably Priced
Reddish's
With
office. Terms
Notice! i I time of sorrow. We are especially| Police Chief W. Plymouth coupe driven by Connie To Meet Tuesday I -

Starke Ice Co. grateful to the employees of 'Thornton reported Clark, 20, of Starke. I
T. All Pant and Future Patrons; ,: that all pool I For An Inspection See Or Call
room
Fla. Of The Well Know : Humphreys Gold and du Pont who I owners: The collision came when the A meeting of the Band Parents
Phone 12 Starke had agreed to cooperate 100
were so thoughtful in our time of per I Association has been scheduled for
Island : Negro woman, headed east on 10th
Coney cent in
j keeping minors
need. Such kindnesses out of theiri A. J.
can never Thursday, Oct. 8, at 7:30 p.m. in' I THOMAS--204TelnpleAve.
Street, attempted a left turn into
!
I establishments
SANDWICH SHOP : i and that
be forgotten. Mrs. Lena Allen no minors the
,
WASTED: TO BUY OR RENT-S or had been Pine Street in front of the westward high school library. :

house( room., well one Insulated.story. unfurnished Within I L Oapohlte At Tenth Bin and Church Dad Ml Street*. Co. ,!' (I and children. I I And, the chief found said, in there pool seemed rooms.: bound car driven by Clark. President T. T. Long urges all Phone 214 & 336-J Starke, Fla. ,1

We are aaaoaaelaic the eaatiauuu I band parents to attend and
Bradford Starke city County limits.Telegraph.Address tfi/25 ilL hulae* uader new', efficientmanagement 4 to be a little better observanceof Injuries suffered were mostly: that refreshments will be served.I says !1 I_ ,

: eaterlajj te yen, the traffic laws this week. cuts and bruises. Clark had severe I 0 : .

FOll< Su4.cycle Garden Tractorand with the which name ban utiuuot been eunrteuuitiKeMlre the mat,! PARK There were no reported cases contusions of both knees and his

Phone implements 218. good condition.Uchg; to of this eataalUhmeat la theSpUlalidng THEATB. involving moonshine whiskey or passenger, Joe Warren, received a L
'
: -
w gambling in the fractured nose and jaw. Be-
STARKE FLA. city, upper
% FOR RE."T-Nlce furnished apartment la SANDWICHES, sides the driver there four
were
*, conveniently la ated. Nell HOT DOGS _______ lOc Sat. Mon. ONLY j
in the eastbound
man Apartments West )Madison tf. Services Held Negroes car.
EGG ____ _______ lOc FrL.Sat.-Oct. 2,3 Here Policeman Bill
Sweat Lane
Riley
1 :
WEt) TO COINCIDE
\\ITH PRESENT I COLD CHEESE ----- lOc I DOUBLE FEATURE I For Harry L. Smith and Cornelius Moore were on the Th. --- _
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CATTLE PRICES HAMBURGERS i_ __ 15c I My Favorite Spy I scene within 15 minutes, investi- ---3=.l ; :
Pensacola Babla $15 CWT
per
White Dutch Clover SOo lb. GRILLED CHEESE 15c j With Bob Hope and Hedy Lamar Harry Lloyd Smith, 51, residentof gating the accident. They esti- JERSEYCOVNScO 11

Southland Oats $1.25 bu. Many Mare Assortment of ''I I Starke for the past two years, mated complete wreckage of both C
Florida Black Rye '4.:5 bu. Saadiiehes -AndTexas died at his residence
White Seeded ICE COLD DRINKS _-__ _.:>.- I on Bay St., cars. No charges have been made
Sweet Yellow Lupine $10 CWT lee Cold Cora Cola. 6 bottles :5e i RangersWith Monday. Sept. 21, following a|I against the Negro woman pend-
Also other grasses and cloters plus To Take Oat I heart attack. 1I
nitrogen for inoculation. All seed George Montgomery ing her recovery from injuries.The .
Groceries Fresh Vegetables i iI Mr.
Smith was born
Oct.
of
high germination.
Plus Chap. 6 of Serial "Lost 23 1953 driven
Plymouth by
Fruit Ice Cream ;
PASTURE FERTILIZER TO I 1901 in Georgia. He was
meet your needs. Place your order r.HOCF.IUKS FHF.MI! \'..G.- Planet and Cartoon ployed here as plant em-I Mrs. Mildred G. Doyle was damaged %
now! See us before mechanic for
you buy TABLES FRVIT ICE CHKVMl I I to the extent of $125 when
- II. I. BROWS: Ut the Big Dad 1
Manufacturing Co.
Op.n ) ll from S..14. a m. to Sun. Hon. Oct.
4,5 1948 Mercury driven by Mose
OR JIM CII.\:!TEEX .. a
and
u..U InrIdIaP; sundayoYour was a member of First I
C.r. .0'" A fhrrr) fhoae 143atchg .. I Baptist crashed
lOll p5r 5 Kr will be Eight Iron Men Church. I Covingion Negro, into it
'I
ApprrrUtedM5W early Saturday afternoon. Mrs.
MIMGRIISClyde Plus Two Cartoons and Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
FOR RE\7-Two
room apartmeufurnished west Call St.
!Doyle was going on
: or unfurnished. Iorneri&"hth and Evalyn McCrary Latest World Ntws I Virginia Wise Smith, and two
I'. when Covington, headed south.I
and St. Claire St. J. L. 'daughters, Frances I
and
Sllcox. lip 10/ Janet I pulled out of Thompson St. and
Tues., Oct. 6-ONLY Margo Smith all of Starke; two!
FOR SALE Buick, 19<0 model good FOR RENT: -4-room house. bath. brothers, William Smith, ;ran into her. There were no in-
tires and mechanically. Ownerleaving modern garage apt., on Kingsley FORT APACHEWith and Atlanta juries nor damage to the Negro'scar.
town $UO. This is a give Lake. $SO month. Mrs. S.V.. I Melvin Smith, LaGrange, Ga.;
No made
after
away. Phone 9105. Up Wckett Box 4SO. Rt. 1, Starke. Up John Wajne, Henry FondaI and one sister, :Mrs. Vesta New- charges were FREE .

and Shirley Temple ton of East Point, Ga. I the Negro agreed to pay all damages. -; Giveaways For Children
FOR.REXT-Large furnished trailerto WANTED: MAN OR WOMAN to distribute .
gentlemen $5 per week lights Plus Cartoon and News I Funeral services .
Nationally Advertised were held
and water, furnished. Inquire Products to established in the First Baptist Church Tues-I NO PURCHASE NECESSARY -- JUST COME IN
Stars and Stripes, Kingsley LakeFOUND / ,
customer in Starke. Full or part Wed.. Thur. Oct. 7 8 Singing Convention
day afternoon
Hp time. Earnings unlimited. No : Sept. 22, at 3 .

-1 spotted boar. 1 light car or other investment necessary. DOUBLE FEATURE o'clock with Rev. L. D. Haines'I I The Bradford-Union Singing AND ASK
Write to Mr. C. It. Ruble. Dept.
shoat. Picked up Hellhronn '.5, The ,?. R. Watkins Co.. Mem. The Story Of officiating. The local Big Dad Convention will meet Sunday, Oct.

Springs, contact Sheriff Office.Itchfp phis, Tenn. lip factory closed so that all personnel 4, at Maxville Baptist Church,

WILL ROGERSWith could attend the service in a body.;;'just east of the overpass. There -

FOR,SALE used-very DeLaval little.cream 110 V separator motor, IMC CHEVROLET sale. Call Adkins PICKUP at Bradford TRUCKfor : Will Rogers Jr. and I Active pall bearers were Sim I'will be a sermon in the morning,I We Exchange We Refund We SatisfyBOTTOM

capy. 500 qts. per hour. Price Barber Shop. This Is a very good Jane Wyman I SIceloff, Rudolph Sink, Jim Law- with dinner, and singing in the

'U. O. W. R. Miller, 450 Lafay truck at a good price. Itp I son, Harold Crews Wilbur Kinesti afternoon. Everyone interested
cIte St. Starke. Fla. Stp 10/9 -And-
FOR RE.'lTroom.bath, modern and J. E. Hildebran. in singing is urged to attend.

FOR RENT-Four furnished bedrooms home on Kingsley Lake. Inquire BUG BUNNYI! Following services here the DOLLAR
by day, week, or month. 801 Mrs. S. W. Beckett, Box 4SO. Rt. I I body was sent 1
ALL Winston
Madison St. . N. C. for burial in the Oaklawn

FOR RENT-Furnished ". cottages, FOR REXT-Four room house IH RevueIn Memorial Cemetery. I I .1r. and Mrs. W. E. Williams
modern conveniences. Just 1 block miles of Keystone Heights on Mid- Technicolor I
from school Adult. Mr. A. F Lake. electric refrigerator and I Local arrangements were in announce the birth of a son, David I 147 W. CALL ST.
R.UI5.. Phone 15J-W: or CIS Mc2ahone gas ..toSee W. L. Andrews, Plus Latest World Sews charge of the DeWitt C. Jones| Emmerson, Sept. 29 at Alachua. STARKE, FLA.
St tf 512 W Madison St. Starke. f -- .
.
lip Funeral "
Home. General Hospital, Gainesville. '_ .- .- -.. -t'' '. '- iIIII1JL, --- ,_ _.__ ,
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