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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 9, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
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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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COUNTY TELEGRAPH

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VOLUME SEVENTY-FIVE STARKE FLORID.FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1953 NU3IBER THIRTEEN

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$525,000Issue I OUCH! Says John Q. Taxpayer Commissioners Argue Relative MeritsOf Weichel Is Promoted '





1 Sought:By Board Canal vs. Well To Take Off Water, To Manage Both PlantsJ.



In time to come, it will be "just wipe away all tears.

1 For School Needs water under the bridge," but Harrell: "With a canal you're P. Wood, vice president of the Humphreys Gold Corporation site within the next few weeks.

whether the water should go under- just taking the water off some has announced the promotion of E. Weichel, Jr. from However, it will be necessary to

ground into a drainage well or people> and putting it on others await the
'Preliminary plans for new school plant superintendent of the Trail Ridge ilmenite mine to completion of a mile of
overground by way of a canal wasa Whatever we do, it should be a railroad
facilities in Starke.were'. presentedto : manager of both the Trail Ridge plant and the new Highland siding before heavy equipment
problem up for Informal.discussion complete job and not just a half- and
the..School. Board for,approval -.1'i *- -' at the regular meeting of the way job Plant, soon to be under construction at Lawtey. be construction materialscan
at Board's. meeting the brought to the new location.
the regular County Commissioners Monday.The Bishop: "Before spending an- Stimultaneously, promotionof -
: > -. W. J. to the of -I The construction of a second
Monday. ? other I Siprelle position
1
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nickel
water in, question Is that of the county's money
The which include eight t4 of the Trail ilmenite mining operation in this
plans, plant superintendent
I've
surplus bit of aqua in the Sampson got to have proof that a well

new elementary class moms, office : .... Lake area which presents a ,will do the job Ridge mine was announced. For locality was announced three weeks

space and a cafetorium for the "" ; perennial problem during rainy Dr, A. Y. Covington, in his of- the past several years, Siprelle has '.' ago by the Humphreys Corporation. -

Starke school, were presented by seasons. The present drainagewell ficial capacity as county health of- filled the post of production superintendent Together, the two operationswill

County Supt H. P. Morgan, who which was dug about two ficer, entered into the discussionand at Trail Ridge. employ between 400 and 500

said' ,that the new class rooms Both men are residents of Key persons with an aggregate payrollof
how well
years ago, carried water off at the pointed out drainage
should take care of the needs of the Telegraph stone Heights. more than a million dollars :an
Polaroid l-lIlnute'Fhotol, by estimated rate of 5,000 gallons a systems had worked satisfactorilyin
the first four gTade.stor at least Weichel, who has been plant nually.
-- __ mm .. .._ m__ il' _ll.4Tax -.._. T. 'l 1t.11.. and minute during the height of the other locales.It .
three more years. "If we keep Collector J. K. Keuy mauea .AItX \jUUc\W. v n. t"j au.u past rainy season, but that isn't was finally decided that no superintendent at Trail Ridge for The Lawtey mine, like the five-

growing as we have been" he add- out around 2,200 tax statementslast office assistant Esther Shuford enough. Therefore, the addition of formal action should be taken on the past two years, is a native of year-old Trail Ridge plant, will be

ed, "we'll have to make other provisions week, billing Bradford Countytax Carter pause for breath after :i second well was discussed.A the matter until an engineer couldbe Pennsylvania and a graduate of constructed and operated by the

." At the same time Morgan payers a total of J179.720.15 in sealing the 2,200th statementfor friendly argument arose between consulted.. Penn State College. Before com Humphreys Corporation for E. I.

suggested the addition of an elementary property taxes. mailing to Bradford Coun- Chairman of the Board, M. After the drainage discussion, ing to the Humphreys Corporation, du Pont de Nemours & Companyof

principal for the Starke in- ty taxpayers last week. Dr. he had been associated with the :- Wilmington, Delaware. The
This amount includes an 0 Harrell, and Commissioner H. A Covington presented a requestfor

jchool system when the new class' crease of some $5,000 in taxes 'or $165,693.63, or :about eight per Bishop, Jr, Harrell was of the a T.B. patient to be admittedto Carey-Baxter and Kennedy Company **'j' '-' second mine is being rushed into
rooms are added "The situation the sanitorium of Pennsylvania. This con- ? operation to help the du Pont
in Orlando. This company
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and an this Kelly that another well the L
Seaboard Railway property cent less than year. I opinion was ,,
is getting too big for one principal cern operated open pit hard coal meet an Increasing demandfor
request was approved by the board.
in taxes discounts allowed -
increase of around $4,000 said that including
solution, and -
to handle" he said. Bishop contendedthat Other business was of a routine mines in the eastern part of that titanium metal and titanium
on & Florida railway property there was a 100 per cent
.
A resolution approving theplans Georgia a canal carrying the overflow nature, state. pigments. Ilmenite Is the
consisting mostly of principal
The assessed value of the collection taxes by his office last approval -.
was adopted by the board subjectto railroad was increasedthis Into the Santa Fe River' woulBradford's < of bills for payment; Immediately prior to joining titanium-bearing ore available to

approval by the state, Another property year.A Humphreys here, Mr. Weichel was p industry.The .
the state assessment four cent discount is allowed -
'resolution, adopted by the Board, year by per assistant manager of the Davison
board. However, the SA.L. is if the taxes are paid in No- Council coal-black ilmenite is shipped -
pr requested the state to sell $525,000 Reorganizes For New Year Chemical Corporation's plant at from
currently contesting the increased vember; three per cent, if in December ; 1V'f the mine here to the du
worth of revenue certificates for Bartow, Fla., one of the largest Pont pigments
assessment through the courts, andit ; two per cent in January; plants at Balti-
the county, the revenue to be open pit phosphate operations in more, Md. and
is not known yet if the taxes and one per cent in February. No Edge Moore. Del.
used in the county's school buildIng Will Move Utilities For the world. .
billed to S.A.L. will be paid in full discount is allowed if you wait Widening- ....... %... u'rtriii'r.. &_.._ .JR_an_ where, by a process of oxidation,
program. Under Amendment World War II Weichel it is
Last year's tax bill to Bradford L until March to pay your taxes, and During :Manager converted into the whitest
1, the state can sell the certificates, served as a lieutenant on an LSTin white pigment
County property owners was I in April a penalty is added. ever made use-
guaranteed by revenue from the All newly elected city officials of the Gaskins addition to Starkewas the Pacific. His ship participated ful in the manufacture of high

sale of automobile tags and the were sworn into office for a two- presented, showing a 40 foot in the battle of Okinawa.He quality paints, as well as rubber

county school board can use up Two Lawteyites Acting Governor year term by City Attorney A. J. right-of-way provided for this por- is a member of the American viper, nylon, rayon, and printing,

to three-fourths of its yearly capital Thomas, Jr. at the regular meet- tion of First' Street. The petition Institute of Mining Engineers, .

outlay fund to pay off the Asks Divine Aid ing of the City Council Tuesday pointed out that the extension of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, .j 2 nks.Since 1948 du Pont has also

:certificates.. Die Of InjuriesIn night. this street would make additional and the Keystone Heights Lions eered in the pion-

,The school building program was At Home ChurchActing Sworn In, were: J. R. Wainwright property available for building Club. of titanium commercial in its development

set ap at the recommendation of mayor; Carl Johns, city sites. The council agreed to have metallic
The new Trail Ridge plant superintendent form. The metal
& state survey team which classifies clerk; W. E. Thornton, chief of the engineer working on the cur- though still
Auto Governor E. Mr. Siprelle is a costly to
CrashA Charley produce, is
the schools and sets up a I II Police: W. T. Jackson, city Coun-: rent paving project locate the 40- ... highly prizedfor
Johns, spent the first weekend native of Montana. He has 17 its favorable strengthweightratio
priority system. I cil; and George Kopelousos, city foot right-of-way-as shown on the
after assuming his duties as Florida's years of service with the Hum- and resistance to corrosion,
The Negro schools,in the county double tragedy on Normandy councilIn Gaskins platCouncilman
chief executive at his homein phreys Corporation and has beenon rust, and
received an "4' or 'numberone Boulevard, just south of Jacksonville other action, James Lewis Jackson proposedthat extremenly high temper
Starke. Sunday he various supervisory assignments / atures. It is vital
morning to
priority, in the program which _on Sept, 28, took the livesof was re-elected ,chairman of the the city make a water connection the government's -
and his family attended servicesin In Montana, California, Or- r defense
plans and will
includes: Mrs. Rachel Browning. 64, council; A. J. Thomas, Jr. was re- charge to cover the meter 'IhtS playan
the First Baptist Church, of egon, and Florida. Prior to com : increasingly
R. J. E. High School-13 new and Roy R. King 43, both, of appointed city attorney; Titus Olson and installation costs. After a important part in
hich he is a member. ing to the Starke operation, he the manufacture of
ejass rooms, cafetorium and show- Lawtey, Also dead as a result of was re-appointed to the boardof dhcussion, the clerk was instructed : jet planes :and
was on the staff of the Humphreysmine : atomic
era, $200,000; Lawtey Negro, the truck-auto collision Is Leo Invited to the pulpit by the Rev. bond trustees for a threeyearterm to write to several other citiesto weapons.

i schools-five-new class rooms and Sylvester Waller 33, a Navy L D. Haines pastor of the church, ; and approval was given for find the best method to handle near Jacksonville Beach. His The new plant, like the Trail

,:conversion 'of old building into I chief petty officer stationed at the acting governor asked for the re-hiring of all members of the the matter. background includes experience in Ridge mine, will produce around
mining gold in both Montana and L 100.000 tons of ilmenite
cafetorium and offices; $50,000;: Cecil, Field. I divine aid in carrying out his new police force. t. e council agreed to donate annually.The .
:; : : re5P9 bilities. "'I.letl *o eltr \SQ : California .and chrome ore in Or- per centage of Ilmenite in the
Bradford High School' ":gymnsviimi.'biTKr'room Mrsf: Browning was driyujpjjer 1.1a.. itwfi uiizing move Chairman $\ toward the constructionTrf W. J. SIPRELLE
'and 'cli rai room. pickup truck- back to Lawtey from only sadness and humility," he Lewis made the following the band ,concession building at egon. quartz sand here Is so small that

5150,000; Starke elementary Jacksonville when the passenger told the congregation. He then committee appointments: the athletic field. Siprelle is an active civic leader Superintendent 100 tons of sand have to be dredged

eight class rooms, offices and cafe. car, driven by Waller at a reportedly read the 23rd Psalm, his favorite Street Maintenance Committee- Ed Hall appeared before the in Keystone Heights, a memberof up to recover two tons of

torium, W5.000. excessive speed, veered Biblical passage. Chairman W. T. Jackson, 1... O. council and requested the opening I' the Rotary Club there, and a Highland Plant will be announced ilmenite. Since the start of the

A new auditorium for BHS was to the wrong side of the highway. Rev. Haines recalled that the Hazen and Ewell Lawson. of South Street between his prop- member of the American Instituteof from time to time, Mr. Wood stat- Trail
Ridge operation in 1949
placed at the bottom of the prior The resulting collision almost demolished congregation 'had prayed for the Safety Committee Chairman erty and the Burns property. This mining engineers. ed.
list both vehicles. the late Governor Dan Ewell Lawson L. O. Hazen Other promotions and staff Actual construction is expected[ more than 23,000,000 tons of sand
ity for as Morgan pointed out recovery of and W. request was taken under advise-

the gym can always be used as The accident occurred about McCarty. "Since God saw fit to I T. Jackson. ment to see if necessary rightsofway changes in connection with the new to get under way at the LawteyIce have been mined.

an auditorium, whereas an audi 7:30 pjn. take GoV. McCarty from our' Sanitary. Committee-Chairman could be obtained.E. .

torium can't be used as a gym,, Mrs. Browning and King were midst, we can only be proud that:. George Kopelousos Ewell Lawson W. Hayes suggested the I First Nut Sale ] Box 'Traps' Will Get Attention

CymnasIums receive a high priority i- dead when ambulances that picked hIs mantle falls on.one of oui and W. T. Jackson. widening of the parking area in

because, physical education li them up arrived at St. Luke's I faith, a member of our church,p Fire Committee Chairman L front of the post office to providefor

required, and the shower facilitieshelp : Hospital Waller was pronounced and a citizen of our city and I O. Hazen (only member). diagonal parking, thus accom-
Set For Oct. 15 ]From Police And Civic
establish better health habits, dead at the U. S. Naval Hospital I county,". the pastor said. A new committee-- on_ Rules.------. -Laws--- .mndatino'------.0 _more nn_ pars.--.-. This--..- was.. -!' Groups HereEfforts

Morgan said. He added that about i near Jacksonville. and Ordinances was formed with taken under advisement by the

half the cost of a gym went intc BROWNING RITES L. O. Hazen as chairman. Serving council.
funeral TodayFor to persuade owners of away. He advised all others who
its -plumbing-: facilities. Funeral services for Mrs. with Hazen on the new committeewill R. C. Dampier, pool room owner, The first pecan auction of the
t mused and abandoned ice boxeso have old boxes
to take similar
Morgan estimated it would be ]Browning) were held at 3:30 be W. T. Jackson and Ewell appeared before the council to askif 1953 season will be held at the
Mrs. McCallEretta t destroy them or have the doors action. "We keep these thingsthinking
around the first of next year bet t o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Lawson. he could install some sort of Starke State Fanners MarKet on
I removed were endorsed by the we will find
fore the revenue certificates were :Sept. 30, at the graveside in Dyal Other business taken up included blinds over the windows of his Thursday, Oct. 15, beginning at some use
]Rotary: Club at its meeting here for them, but we do
sold and that it would be Februaryor I Cemetery with Rev. J. O. Rauler- Adams McCall, 62, resident -. : place of business. He said the 1 pm. 1 never any

March before any actual buildIng I eon officiating. of Lawtey for the past three The passing of a resolution glare from the street affected the Market manager M. R. Judd Wednesday The matter: was called to the way them, "and he might said. as well get rid of

begins. She was born August 23. 1889 years, died at her residence there .whereby the city would take care vision of his customers. He was announced that the sales would
attention of the club by J. H. Chief of Police W. E. Thornton
In other business transacted, in Georgia, but came to Bradford Tuesday night following an illnessof of the moving of all city utility advised of a state law which pro- continue each Thursday throughout '
I duPre: who said efforts should be has pledjed his cooperation in
the School Board deeded the New County with her family as a several month. facilities for the State Road Department vides that the front of pool rooms the season.Indications .
made to correct the situation before -
getting these
River school building to the New child. She had lived in the Law- Mrs. McCall was born in COlumbia in the widening of will remain open to the public's are that the nut a tragedy occurs here similar moved. "booby traps" re-

River Improvement Association to tey area practically all her life Jan. 9 1892. She Call and Walnut Streets. view.
County on crop in this area .is above averI I to those that have taken the lives Nationwide alarm has been
use as a community center. A reversion and was the widow of the late member of the Baptist The reading of a letter from Representatives of the Chamberof
was a age in quantity and quality, and I of some 15 children throughoutthe caused by the death of
clause in the deed states John Browning, well known farmer Church. Fuel Gas Co. of Gainesville, requesting Commerce asked the council if so many
it is predicted that prices will be nation in recent months. children who
that the building ia to be used as She was a member of, the I permission to install a the city would pay the printing apparently get into
Surviving are her husband, Roy favorable. President J. R. Kelly named a the boxes while
a community center or revert backto Missionary Baptist Church. tank on the parkway on Call St. costs on parking meter courtesy playing games
Logan McCall of Lawtey; two committee to contact owners of and then suffocate
sale when the
the doors
the Board. in front of the ,. t In announcing opening
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs.C. McKinney house. cards to be given to out-of-state I
daughters, Mrs. Lillian DeHavenof the to such death traps and ask them to lock behind them and they
Judd stressed importance are
Minor transportation complaintswere F. Miles of Lake Butler and a This matter was referred to the drivers in the event of a meter' I
Green Cove Springs, and Mrs. their get rid of the boxes or at least unable to get out.
ironed out and routine bills brother Jeff Davis of Fort Myers. city attorney for checking on the violation. The Chamber of Commerce -' growers of selling pecans
Etta Mae Outlaw of Jacksonville; the market under a competitive remove the doors or locks.C. I Many cities In recent weeks
approved for payment.Macclenny Funeral arrangements were in state laws pertaining to same. agreed to pay the city foi on
one son, George McCall of Palat- H. Nasworthy, a member of have passed ordinances outlawingthe
charge; of Seashole Funeral Parlors -I The presentation by the city all cards issued up to the amountof bidding system.
ka; one brother and six sisters. the club and local appliance dealer I worthless boxes, and the
Jacksonville. attorney of a petition, signed by $25 per year. Agreeing thai: Rules governing the auctions'
Plays Funeral services will be held said that he had already taken Georgia legislature will be asked
FUNERAL FOR KING property owners on First Street, this was good advertising for the will remain the same as last sea-' :
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel action along this line. He had a I to pass a state law banning these
in the
Funeral services for Roy King requesting the extension of said city, the council approved pay.. son. There is no cost to growersfor
Jax Tech 11 o'clock with number of such boxes in a vacantlot death traps which seem to holda
FridayIn morning at
Friday street southward. of the market facilities.
The i
were held at 11 o'clock Thursday; original plat ment of the printing costs. use-
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but recently contacted a junk fatal fascination for chil
Rev. Edgar Wilkinson officiating.I ; ; market many
morning, Oct. 1, at the graveside Buyers will be charged a
Bradford Park Interment will follow in Mount dealer who came and took them dren.
in Evergreen Cemetery near Ral- fee of oije-half cent per pound.Growers I
Tabor Cemetery near Lake City. Tornadoes Away From Home Until
fcrd with Rev. John Forsyth off are urged to bring
BPW Club Plans Two Special Events
Although the Tornadoes playedout dating. their pecans to the market on the I

of town this week, local football Mr. King was a farmer and was Ministers Plan day prior to the sale, or as early! I

fans will still get to see a born and reared at Lawtey. He For Union Service; : Oct. 22; Play New Smyrna Next Week in the morning as possible on dayof For National Business Women's Week

football game tonight (Friday). was a member of the Baptist I sale.

lIac Ienny-Glen high school will Church. Welcome New PastorThe I Tornadoes took on for the first touchdown and when The observance of 1953 National A proclamation, signed by

play Jacksonville Tech at Brad- Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Legion Post 314 Business Women's Week. Mayor J. R. Wainwright, will be
undefeated Blue
F. K. Yonge's Joe
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Ministerial Asso- Maltby, lb. halfback, failed -
ford Park. Kickoff time 8 p.m. Pearl Campbell and Mrs. Jessie Starke starting Sunday, Oct. 11, will be posted in the post office duringthe
in Gainesville
Wave Thursday night to Build
welcomed the Rev. J. E. convert the extra point the Seeks Funds To
Coach Dan McClure's defendingSt. Matrjoaq PUTS 'uoidureH **K ciation but final not marked locally by two events observance. Designating the
the score was Maroons
held
6-0 halftime lead.
of the First a
Johns Conference Championswill Floyd King, all of Lawtey. Sherwood, new pastor at time. P. K. Meeting PlaceA sponsored by the Starke BPW week of Oct. 11 through Oct 17
Yonge'sgridsters
known Bradford
press showed offense to
member no
go all out in attempted con- Arrangements were in chargeof Christian Church, as a new i have undefeated in Club, Mrs. Desta Dyal, club president as Business Women's Week, the
Association at the gone speak of. gaining just 17 yards '
their third straight Seashole Funeral Parlors. of the raise funds for the announced : said
quest of op. held Monday, 15 games, winning the East flori- from scrimmage and three first drive to yesterday.The Mayor : "The Starke BPW
ponent, second In conference com regular meeting da Conference last downs. purchase of a site for a proposed Starke club will start the Club, as an affiliate of the National -
BANK HOLIDAY October 5, in the First Methodist crown year The Tornado backs fumbled ,
petition. home and community center week off by worshipping in a Federation, is contributingmuch
with 10 victories. P. K. has : post
The Florida Bank at Starke i Church. The Rev. and Mrs. Sherwood Yonge too much, six times in all
Local fans are urged to go out out of the conference but I has been launched by members of body at the morning service !n toward the improvementand
,
4. pulled recovering five of them for lost
Joe
be for business next their age
and son
will not ;
Bradford Park tonight and seewhat open American
to .
Robinson-Jenklns-De the First Baptist Church.On progress of business, Industry
these
is when
12 Columbus Daj moved to Starke last week from interest always high yardage and losing one fumble to
Oct.
should be a good contestA Monday, two teams meet. the visitors. Coach Hobbs Legion Post No. 314. Thursday, Oct. 15 "Bosses'Night" Mid civic needs in our community."
finally
Wildcat band will per- and Farmers Day, a legal holidayin r.Bradenton.
will be observed with
a
snappy Florida. A Union Thanksgiving Service I The Tornadoes will be away had Sidney Strickland punting on The Post has an option on a

form at halftime. 1 tcbe held in the First Presby-! from home again next Friday first downs, because of the dangers three-acre tract in Reno and is dinner in the Methodist Church Legion Meeting

Nomenclature Needed-I terian Church was planned by the j night playing New Smyrna Beach of fumbling with' their backs I attempting to raise $2,000 for pur- recreation building. Each club

No Change In Association for Thanksgiving Day, thereOn Oct. 22 they return to against the goal. Strickland's I. chase of the property by October member will sponsor her "boss"at Time Now 7:30A
will be raised this meeting and the featured
;at 10 o'clock. Members of the Bradford Park again. punting average was not too good 31. The money
Me conducting" having three of them nearly block through solicitation by letter, and speaker will be Sam McGarvey,.
Charley
'Just Call Charley Says Association are now Last Friday night the Tornadoes !
also by sponsoring special events author of "Farmer's Diary" appearing movie and, of course, refreshments
school assemblies -
devotionals at the high 1 battled the Palatka
n. > .. .... .>._... ,..... strong ed.The only bright of the Tornado such as the Quartette Jubilee in the Bradford CountyTelegraph win be featured at the
"If run Into Charley t*. was cauea DY uie utaui 01 v. on Wednesday morning j Maroons and lost 19-0. The visitors spot -
you the Starke and a former advertising lien regular meeting of the
at
he shall have the service is also offense was Ronnie Patray'spasses. which will be staged
week.
Johns on the street you will make ]Dan McCarty, of each A showed up with a powerful running -
executive who got American Legion on Oct. 13, at
no mistake to address him as t title of Acting Governor and sign held at the county jail on this game that the Tornadoes He threw six and completed armory on October 20. agenc

Governor," So did the Associated I all official documents that way. same day of the week. found hard to stop. Actually, four for 42 yards. Rivers, Reddish In addition to the post home tired of New York City life and 7:30 pjn.

Press advise thousands of Florida The Acting Governor has his though the Tornadoes put up a and Teston were on the receiving and community center, it is hopedto I came to Florida. Gene Long will show the movie,
The of National Business -
newspaper readers Thursday t own idea about what the home Masons To Meet magnificent goal line stand three end of the passes.In develop a well-equipped play- purpose "Iron Ore to Motive Power,"

morning. j folks and long time friends should I 4 times before the visitors scored. the third quarter the Tornadoes ground for the use of negro chil Women's Week, which was
which shows the digging, shipping,
I IBradford
first held in 1928, is to "dramatize
4 call him, however. Lodge No. 35 F. & The Tornadoes stopped: Palatka fought with their backs to
"But" continued "if dren.Anne women's contributions to the processing and end results of Iron
the AP. you their of
said its bimonthly the 10 goal again and threw off two L. Humes, COIIlll1jl..Ilder
"Just call me Charley, he A.M. will hold regular once on yard line again on
- write him a formal letter and wantto I during a pop call at the Telegraph meeting in the MasonicTemple .I the 4. and at the 15. But the hard- Palatka threats to score, once on Post 314, states that two membersof economic, social, and political life ; ore. C. L. Currie will serve the

be absolutely correct you will I office Thursday morning on Monday Oct. 12. There I running backs from Palatka and the 4 again, and also on the 10. Post 56, A. J. Thomas, Jr. andtw J j of the community" Mrs. Dyal refreshments.The .

address him as Acting Governor. The Acting Governor was in will be work in the Entered Apprentice the heavier charging line wore Eight plays after the 4th period H- Graham have consented to 'said._ The idea was conceived by time of Legion meetings I

The State Supreme Court has I town overnight Wednesday and ,I Degree. The new meet- the Tornadoes down for a touch- ,' opened the Maroons marched I serve as trustees of the fund. I' Miss Emma Dot Partridge, then will remain at 7:30 Instead of 8 I

decree that : here photographed fora hour is 7:30 Refreshments down just 7 plays before the half from the BHS 29 yard line to score "Contributions from white
while the President of while was big p.m. \ ::1 I executive director of the National o'clock for the winter months, It I
the 1953 Senate discharges the ; forthcoming feature in an Orlando will be served. AU Entered ended. George Willis, 175 In fullback vith Barrentine going the final one: i friends will be greatly appre

- duties of Governor, to which he newspaper. Apprentice Masons are invited. went 13: yards off left tackle I I (Continued on page ten) ciated," Commander Humes said. Federation of J5PW Clubs. was announced. !!




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VTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTffMTTVT 4''Island In The Saturday morning. Gaskins.
E. L MATTHEWS Sky'With I ";(Jl! .,:="' "-\.z4
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; BRADFORD"
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Edwin Griffis of Fort Bragg, Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
f i EDITOR STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiUtAt : John Wayne N. C. spent the weekend with LeRoy Norman were Mr. and HEAR BETTER
"- I COUNTY Coming To FloridaBased friends and relatives here. Mrs. Buck Dennison of Hampton,I I

VIEWPOINT PUBLISHER | Romeo Prescott of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosby, Mr. OR PAY NOTHING!
TELEGRAPH on a best-selling novel Is spending a 10 day leave with and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. .
Linzy had I depicting the graphic adventuresof friends and relatives here. Mrs. LeRoy Norman, Jr.of Starke II tlT IIUMICI Illllimi
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY. UNDER THE SAME .MASTHEAD two of their nephews from Tallahassee the crew of a downed transport CHURCH NEWS and Marklee Norman of Hampton.Mrs. .
Junior Carter and Alvin ,
plane in the wilds of Labrador. Sarah Alvarez Is visiting
Published. every Friday and entered as second claw matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Linzy, with them for the weekend.A "Island in% the Sky" will show this ship Sunday services School 11 a.m.9:45 and a.m.7:30 Wor- relatives in this community. 'plll-
from p.m.
the Act of March 3, 1879. daughter Jacksonville, Sunday and Monday at the Florida'' The committee selected to plan
each Sunday. Prayer meeting
Mrs. C. P. Sapp and
daughter Theatre.In 'I the Hallowe'en Carnival met at
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Joy Lynn, and friend Mrs. Mary each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. the school Wednesday evening.The HEARING AIDS
the role of captain of the ill- Teachers
and i; meeting each Saturdayat
Hogans daughter, Pam
were date for the ,
Carnival will be "lEE CIEAI MOOEISI
; visiting the Linzys over the week- fated plane is John Wayne and 7:30 pjn. Study book course
j announced later.
I his co-pilot is portrayed by Lloyd each Saturday 7:30. Del .....a._..
We Wish The Governor Well end.Mr. Nolan. I Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Mrs. W. ear $75 _.wrw.w.ds
Jonnie Mae Strickland, Wilbur,
.
: and :Mrs. W. E. Feagle C. Phillips of Lawtey were visiting
Five harrowing days and nightsare Moblea, Amanda and Barbara
spend Sunday afternoon with Mrs. T. N. Norman Sunday
"Charley E. Johns of Starve brings to theGovernor's at a bare subsistence level aunt and uncle :Mr. and Mrs. spent by the crew of the plane'Gene Wilkinson, all of Jacksonville, afternoon. I 0ANOVAPHARMACY
George W. Saxon of in the sub-zero temperatures while j:Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Griffis and ]
which
office a deep personal concern This same small town background Hampton.Mrs. 'I
rescue operators are initiated J daughters and Dick Thomas and
Recent BirthsMr.
L. Griffb
L.
of men writerson accompaniedher
for the bread-and-butter problems has been looked at askance by some
Devine is
Andy seen as one of the children of Lawtey attended church
and women as individual human beings the big city newspapers, might stand the sister, Lavern. McCormick, pilots in the rescue operation. It;here and Mrs. Wesley Thomas
Sunday.
to Jacksonville Monday, and they Starke, a son, Keith Phone 160 Starke, Fla.VTYTYYYTTTYVVVVVVVVVYVff.
Wesley ,
affairs on
statistics. stead in other
rather than as mere Acting Governor in good is Wayne's job to keep his men
enjoyed the day shopping and I The Richard Sapps of Green Sept. 24, in Doctors Clinic
Allen Morris in his "Cracker viewpoint alive and their morale i. Hospital.
Thus did of state where a grassroots I visiting.Mr. up until Cove Springs were visiting Mrs.
Politics" column of last Saturday place his could be an asset rather than a detriment.We and Mrs. Willie they are sighted by their buddies...Sapp's parents Friday evening.

finger on one of the outstanding character- have never had much patience with the were in Pierson, Saturday Knight visiting Their plight is made more haz- IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH SLADE .

istics of the President of the Senate who last so-called sophisticates who look down their Mrs. :Margie Jones. ardous by an artic blizzard that V .

week assumed the powers and duties of noses at small towns and the people who Detective Hoyt Haymans of sweeps over them. VVHEILB'RONN WITH THIS WONDERFUL

Acting Governor of Florida. live there as if they were something straightout Gainesville ate Sunday dinner TTTTTTTTTTTTYVTTTTTYYI : HA

"Because government everywhere has "Tobacco Road". Such an instance with the L. L. Wainwrights.Mrs. I'T -

gotten so big and so impersonal some ad- occurred not long ago when a kennel of dogs, June Edwards spent the HIGHLANDBy by Marian Norman E >
ministrators have tended to view the Old owned by a Starkeite. stood in first place ata weekend in Orange Park with.I ,-3 -- *
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Age Assistance program, for example, as so Daytona Beach dog track. In reportingthis Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards.Mr. Mrs. NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA =

many thousands of recipients at so much per fact a columnist on a Daytona Beach and Mrs. Willie Knight visi- Lacy Rev. and Mrs. J. E. LingerfeltMr. ,I -Rang 02H

month," said Morris. ."But Johns, perhaps newspaper condescendingly remarked that ted their son, Lemon Knight m and Mrs. Peters and Mrs I i >
because of his long and close personal con- from Starke Live Oak, Sunday. Sponholtz attended the Sing and r
the first ranking kennel was Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and Homecoming at Maxville Sunday,. ; HN
who have to scramble to Mr. and Mrs. V. N. of .:::::;;0 Iiii::
tact with people "of all places". Geiger daughter Shirley Ann, left Friday Mrs. Kathryn Sponholtz spen t H 7
pay for groceries for their families,.looks at Now the Acting Governor of Floridais I Jacksonville spent Friday night for South Carolina to visit Mr Sunday here with relatives.Mr. IA e
welfare in terms of how relatively with the J. M. Bradleys. Smith's mother who is ill. B
the program from Starke "of all places" the and Mrs. Darby Gaskins an YOU
little food and shelter can be purchased smallest town at least within our memory, Mr. and Mrs J. M. Bradleyand E. C. Harvey made severa] nounce the arrival of two grand. E
for $57 a month. The problems of his daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Rucker trips to Jacksonville last. weei+ sons. One to the Willard William!s H
could claim legal
that Governor as
the real to him. a and son attended a birthday to get materials for the new Sunday of Starke and one to the Jam
poor are very Morris "It does not seem residence during his tenure of office. Far party in Starke Sunday in honorof School building. Lees of Pureto Rico. Mis. Williams ; p
Continued :
and the he from being the stigma that some writers <<; their grand children :Melo- Lonnie Prescott and Lacy Norman will be remembered as :Melba GET ce
Johns people as-
that
unlikely it the small town heritage could dame and Johnnie r
would make Bradley. Mat
went to Palatka on business:I Gaskins and Mrs. Lee as ]
sembles around him, will be more interestedin >
in .
to be a great advantage to a man c.
prove a
those who need help than in either
helping office in his to the prob- Tense Drama AdttrtistmtuRom H
making a strong paper showing of govern- high attempts see t: All For The Lifetime Guaranteed

mental economy" or of erecting monumental id lems the of street.state through the eyes of the man In The Sniper' \ I where I sit...it/ Joe Marsh Unbelievable Low Burners .

edifices.: of his small town Due At Park Sunday e Full Size Storage Space
Chr Johns is proud Cost Of Only
Anyone who has followed the career of *iey
And
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is of his humble
background, just as he proud '
Acting Governor Johns through the years The story of a young criminal i K Pans w HA
knows that Mr Morris speaks perceptively.As beginnings as a railroad man and .his ulti- who shoots and kills women on ..
a State Senator, the Starke businessmanhas mate success in the business and*political 1 the streets of San Francisco is _., \ One for the Books! j Automatic Top Burners >

long been the foe of frustrating red tapein world. It is no secret'that he has for some told in "The Sniper" coming to rn Q95 Simmer Cooking rsw '

which the welfare program tends to become time aspired to the Governorship of Florida the Park Theatre this Sunday and

enmeshed from time to time, and he but no one regrets more than he the tragic Monday. Noticed the Missus had a red fixed up-and there's enough E-i Minimum Gas Use a o

remarked that it's disgrace the circumstances that placed him there withlittle Adolph Menjou as a police ribbon tied around her finger at money for some new books, too. '
a way
once our old people are treated to get "this pit- warning or opportunity preparation.In lieutenant and Arthur Franz, as breakfast one morning" last week."What's From where I sit, it would be J Two Giant Top Burners H.,

tance". He has gone to bat innumerabletimes extending our best wishes to Acting the killer head the cast of this "Your that for? I"asked. a fine thing if we had some.sort W Porcelain Enamel Frame '
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suspenseful thriller. A relativelynew memory slipping of private reminder when we for."It's Q a
Governor Johns for sound and successful
those he thought not being a
for were
actor in his first not for "she d
important me, answers, get the rights of our neighbors.
treated fairly, and his small town backgroundhas administration of the affairs of this great role, Franz gives a powerful interpretation "it's to remind you, and everyLike when we start telling them NF::: Gas Costs Less In A TankR
enabled him to obtain first hand in- state, we know that we are joined by his, of the tortured psy- body else who asks what it's for, what we think is best may like -

sight into the problems of people existing home folks and loyal Floridians everywhere. chopath who is forced to kill in to contribute to .the Woman's a travel book and a temperateClub O "'

spite of himself. Library Fund. We need glass of beer while you prefer a

Menjou. in a new type of role $200 and we figured we'd get cup of tea with your historicalmore :
for him. plays the relentless man- help if we could get people novel. Let's both remember not C Slade Gas Co. CCe

I Encouraging News For House-Hungry Starke hunter who first rejects and later to ask us about it." to "put the finger" on the other! r
accepts the advice of a police
psy- Well, as it turned out, the red 4 E
chologist who is able to predictthe ribbon worked just fine. The f A -
It was good news to read this week that duction which means an adequate con- pattern of events the behavior ladies are having the library allCoprri3ht,1953 Joe 'VUtJl4l( PHONE 121 STARKE, FLA. t

the crisis in the mortgage market may be tinuing flew of mortgage credit we may of the killer and the man- .-. -

lifting and that the immediate future might be required to resort to some means of as- ner in which he may ultimatelybe United States Bremen Foundation ."' G IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH SLADE .

::ee the beginning of normal functioning in sistance tor avoid unnecessary wrenches to stopped.
Beautiful Marie Windsor -
slays
his investment field. our entire economy. *
the of of the
Any word of encouragement is eagerly "I suggest, in sincere candor that the part victims.one sniper1.unfortunate -

seized upon by those who view with alarm bankers weigh carefully the problem they

Starke's critical housing shortage alreadybad share with housers together you have the TTTYYTTYTTTTTTTTTTYYTYTYWHERE F r f

enough, but destined to become even opportunity to demonstrate that private industry TRAINING AND

worse with the establishment here within can and will handle the job withouta EXPERIENCE COUNTIf

;he next year, of a second multi-million dollar return to direct government action in the
l ilmenite mining operation.The housing field" :Mr. Cole concluded. you need a truss or surgical

optimistic forecast about mortgage Those few words of wisdom may have support, you cannot afford to

rloneywas made recently by Brown L. What- turned the trick. At any rate, whatever the take a chance with your health 1 7 r'c

iey, Jacksonville financier' who is currently cause the expected loosening up of mortgage by being improperly fitted.

president of the Mortgage Bankers Associa- money for the construction of homes is the Here at Canova Prescription
Center, have trained technicians :
tion of America. He reports that large best news that Starke has heard in a long we r
institutional investors are showing greater both male and female, ff-N ff=,
time.With to I
interest in FHA and VA loans-and apparentlyare the recent extension of its city limits serve you.Remember i .

allocating a greater proportion of their our town is now in a much more advantageous your health and 4

current funds to the Mortgage side of their position to obtain FHA commit- comfort depend on expert

investment portfolios. ments for the construction of homes. Early

Reasons for the prospective loosening up extension of sewer and water lines to the fitting.CANOVA )

of mortgage money were not dwelled upon, site of the proposed new hospital and adja- .:

but it is quite likely that frank talk beforea cent residential area' is expected and, since PRESCRIPTION CENTEI

recent bankers' convention by Albert M. this locality is now in the city limits, an PHONE 4202

Cole, Federal Housing Administrator might entire new area along new Blanding Road (Near Hospital) Ford'sthe

have had something to do with changingthe will be opened up to the possibility of ap- Gainesville, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. No wonder

picture.In proval for FHA-insured loans.If .

discussing what seemed to be a threat- the one remaining stumbling block 4

ened slump in housing, due to the fact that the scarcity of mortgage money can be

mortgage money went in hiding to wait for surmounted, Starke will be on the way to SIX they'reHIGHER swinsDm! to !

higher interest rates, Mr. Cole warned that at least partially overcoming a housing FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S

". if we are unable to maintain a reasonably shortage that has throttled its growth for ., '-' '-'

high continuing volume of home pro- many, many years. JUST ONE .
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FRIGIDAIREMade to r .wF I
YYTTTVTYYYYYYYYYYYYvYYYY tamed on Sunday with dinner for ,Veteran's Hospital In Lake City
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Smith and since last Wednesday. Mrs. only by General

Keystone Heightsby Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay cele- Shristoffers has been in Lake City Motors Corp. All other :; .1 %
brating Mr. Smith's 85th birthday. io; be with him. Electric Refrigerators are

Mrs. Sara McDonald I Mrs. E. J. Richards, sister of I Col. Emma Vogel will leave on made by other companies \ .1t

Mrs. S. E. Kennedy, spent a few 1 the 9th for Fort Sam Houston and cannot use the word I --:" I
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uuuCot. days this week in Keystone Frigidaire. i .
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rexas where she e
will give a seriesof .
and Raiford.
and Mrs. Hartley of Arka- Heights j
Mrs. Ollie lectures for the Army Medical
delphia. Ark. and Mrs. D. B. Hart-}ident of Keystone Gornto,,was a former a visitor res- :Field .Service at Brooke Army Want A Genuine.FRIGIDAIRE COMPRESSION LOWEST FRICTION MORE GO PER G tttON CHOICE OF 3 DRIVES
ley and daughter, Diane, of Gulf- '
in town for a few days this week. .'Medical Center. Her subject will ? ? Power-contoured combustion chom- ford's nearly equal bore and stroke Ford'i Automatic Pow, Pilot Only Ford in low-price field l lets
port, Miss spent a few days last; i
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She visited Miss Gladys Tillis.t be the History of Physical Therapyand ben, with spark between intake ratio reduces piston travel! to make squeezes the last ounce of power you choose from a completely auto-
week with Mr. and Mrs J. F.1 1 Mrs. Eula Walker, who was in Physical Therapy Training In THEN SEE and exhaust valves help give higher Ford's Mileage Maker Six the out of every drop of gas...regular matic drive (Fordomotk), Overdrive.
Grayson on Brooklyn Bay. Mrs.D. Riverside Hospital last week for Six in Amerkal ..for extra or conventional drive.
better combustion. lowest-frktion or premium. savings
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B. Hartley is the Grayson's surgery,is Improving and expected the Army, a subject with which E. H. SMITHTenth compression -..,-.. .".., .. -.--"" ..... .. .
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she is familiar since >>lid : .. tii: H7\.. f r I
daughter. I,I home soon. ( she was one "" n t >J J.Hqt

Miss Gertrude Houser enter- Bert Christoffera has been in of the first Physical Therapists in aad Temple Ave. America "Worth More" Six it More and more folks are ma king And,with Overdrive,it toppedoice.

I,the Army and for some time had the Ford Six their new:car ch all other cars in this year's
Starke, Fla. "Worth More which make
one of41 features
charge of the training program. They know this high-compr Mobilgas Economy Run.

Maj. E. A. Timmins, with his Ford worth more when you buy it, honey really "delivers." Of course, Ford's Six is just i
HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT .B t if you need more conone of Ford's 41 "Worth If ores." {I
wife worth more when tell it.
and two children, will be in you
vmcing, remember that it's No other low-priced car offers i
301 1-2 ABLE SOUTH STARKE 301 Keystone for a few weeks with FOLEY SHARPENED SAWSCut America's most modern Six. both a Six and Y-8, a hulltigbt i

:Mrs. Timmins' parents. Mr. and Faster, Cleaner, foster It's the lowest-friction Si ix in Crestmark body and a carpet-

Regular Meals Weekly Specials Mrs. A. S. Williams. Maj. Tim I America (which means it runs smooth fine car ride! Get the

mins will be stationed in Orlandofor You'll Ian time and effort I f smoother and holds engine .wear whole "Worth More" story at I
Fountain Service when your saws have been to a minimum.) your Ford Dealer's and you, too, ,
a short time. sharpened on' our precision will be 'egord' the swing to Ford. i
SPECIALSUNDAY Miss Ann Walrath was honor machine. All teeth are made I II iI

guest at a shower given last uniform and accurate 9 I
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Thursday by Mrs. Al Nelson. On just like new. I Y
DINNERS y'3 3n ;r
Monday, Oct. 5, she was again You'll be ..II
honor guest at a shower and card pleased i t h' ]

party given by :Miss Gertrude our speedyservice
THOMAS Houser and Mrs S. E. McKay. and

I Keystone Lake is still rising. It with
your easy
GARAGE & SERVICE STATION looks as if the property owners cutting saw.ALSO P.0.*.?. SEE IT VALUE CHECK IT.-.-. TEST DRIVE IT I
will have to have a shovel party

and dig out that ditch themselves. I B }
HOURS i The Keystone Heights Woman's "
OPEN 24 SHARPEN

EXPERT REPAIRS Club at the 3 p.m.will first meet in meeting the Tuesday club after house., the Oct.sum-Thisis 13. ALL KNIVES KINDS SISSORS OF TOOLS, ETC., ANDREWS MOT OR CO. I

WRECKER SERVICE
mer vacation and a good attend- All New Equipment
ance is hoped for. No special
CALVIN JOHNS
PHONE 2U-J STARKE, FLA. program has been announced but I
( there will be a social hour after 465 N. Water St. Madison & Adams Sis. Phone 118 STARKE. FLORIDAr
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1953 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE r IflfZwyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyyyyyy

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I Jacksonville. stuck in coming out, so tried to yYTYYYyy..TTTT..T..TTTBROOKER Green & Green, Starke Florida, XOTICE TO APPEAR I F T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fl*.
Another of Lottie's daughters, make herself a. roadthrough the and file the original in the office of IB Circuit Court Bradford C..atr; ,!and file the original In the officeof
Susie BradfordPep the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Florida I. Cbaacrry. i' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
\ LONG BRANCH Winnie, and her husband have woods! It worked for a few feet- S or before the 2 day of November Jan A. Williams, Plaintiff, vs. GraceJ. I or before the 2 day of November,
purchased a home near Edgewood I I then she hit some holes in the 1953; otherwise the allegations of Williams, Defendant. I I 1953; otherwise the allegations of
in Jacksonville. ground that were covered up with said Complaint will be taken as confessed Case No. 10-105 I said Complaint will be taken as confessed -
by Mrs. J. L. Strickland I Grace G. BighamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA rally was held by you. Yotice To Appear.To by you.
on Friday
Our regular mail man, Sidney grass so she couldn't see them. This notice shall be publishedonce : Grace J. Williams whose residence This notice shill be publishedonce
and Jimmy LangtAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAAAA Harris is off on vacation and his The front axel hung on a bump, A ... before the game. Everyone was each week for four consecutive and address is; Unknown.: each week for four consecutive
really'm weeks in the Bradford County Tele- weeks in the Bradford County Te1e-
high spirits for the big You are hereby; notified that a
and there she stayed for more
A A J cousin, Oscar Harris, is takinghis Church Officers graph. suit for graph.
place.. The road is so.bad now than an hour. I heard her tryingto The Brooker event. I Dated this 30 day of September, Divorcehas Dated this 30 day of September
StarUng-Bledenhara Baptist Church 1953.
an- Missed a good game on Friday 1953. been filed against the
get out and told Jim Bell. He you in
Miss Hester Starling, they don't try to reach Richard nounces the following officers for night by not attending the B. H. S. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby above named Court and cause and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby;
daughterof Lang's mail box anymoreleavetheir went to their rescue, jacked up the 1953-54 Clerk of the Circuit Court you are required to serve a copy of, Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mrs. Lottie Starling of Clay mail in a box on the main the wheels and finally got boards year : Sunday School and Palatka game. Even thoughwe Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy; Clerk your answer or pleading to the com-; By Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Superintendent, L. L. Parker; S. lost, true 10/2 4t 16/23: plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney IO4tl' i ;
under them. Then with Jim Strick- sportsmanship
Hill, and Carl Biedenhara road.
were S. Secretary, Miss Katherine Har- shown
married on Sept 17 at 10 p. m. Saturday when Bell Mosley delivered land and I helping to push, Bell rell; S. S. Pianist, Yvonne Harrell;I was The bands throughout of B. H. S.the and game.Pa-
in Kingston Ga. finally pulled out and raced on to
our groceries we advised i iI Chorister, L. L. Parker. latka sure did sound great together -
'Mr. the road, wheels spinning on the
Biedenhara
is stationed J I her not to try to go by Richards'l grass and slinging mud in every, Teachers: Men's Class, T. B. at half-time. Both of the bands
with the Navy in Cuba. As soon 1 but go back out the direction. She was to come back I Pinholster; Women's Class, Mrs. put on a real good show.

as he can secure a location to I l I she came in. She started back, .' and pick up our eggs-if sheidn't Wilson Green Young People's, Junior class is selling pencilsto

live there, his wife wiD join him.I IJ I,then decided she would get stuck get stuck in the mud else- Mrs. Howard Douglas; Asst. support their class. They have
Young People's Jim Williams In- the football schedule written
,
on
At present she is employed in in one bad hole she almost got where. She hasn't come back for ; r k
J I the she must termediates, Mrs. M. O. Harrell, them. The colors of the pencilsare / : ,.
eggs yet, so I guess .5
" be bogged down again. Mrs. J. C. Harrell; Junior Girls, scarlet and gray, our school 5/ I I /5
Mrs. Lloyd Barry; Junior Boys colors. See a member of the classto
All of us were glad to see Fleda
I Nellie Suggs; Primary, Miss Lu-I get one.Library .
Truly Expert Prescott at church again Sunday.
bedia Pinholster; Beginners, Mrs. Keyhole will come out
She:: had been SICK ana. unable to
Aubrey Hazen, Mrs. L. L. Parker. this week. Students who owe library

I Radio And attend a while. Training Union: Director, J. W. fines will find their nameson &:, \ j r /
Nellie Wilkinson was in Gainesville
Thomas; Adult Leader, J. W. this sheet. Things that are go-
SERVICE on business Wednesday of Thomas; :Young People, Mrs. Ho- ing on around the school will also
last week. ward Douglas Miss Francis Bar-
I. be printed in the paper.
Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard, who ry; Intermediates, Mrs. Wilson] Speech club met this week and
I ALL MAKES ALL MODELS own property here, are on a vacation Green; Juniors, Mrs. Earl Green; held election for the officers for '

from their home up North. Story Hour, Mrs. Roy Green. this year. The club hopes to at- II'i

FREE ESTIMATES: CALL 239 Fortunately, their house here is Training Union Secretary, Miss tend all the play that will be i

on a hill so they can take pityon Jackie Barry; Chorister, L. L. presented by the Florida Playersthis

Most Experienced Finest Equipped the rest of us who have to Parker; Pianist, Miss Ann Crosby. seasor. I

wade water every time we go out Women's Missionary Society: A school newspaper is being
Satisfaction Guaranteed I
in the yard. President, Mrs. Wilson Green; 1st sponsored by Mr. Dietz. If you J
Elgin Lang spent Saturday Vice-president, Mrs. J. A. Will- are interested in working on>tha /'

Chas.' C. Shepherd night and Sunday with friends in iams; 2nd Vice-president, Mrs. M. paper see him now. Members are r.N .

Macclenny. O. Harrell; Secretary and Treas- still being accepted on the staff.

I Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers Selective Service Notice urer, Mrs. R. F. Gano; Steward- Beta Club really threw a good

PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA. Dorothy Tilley, clerk of local ship Chairman, Mrs. Grace Bar- time party on Saturday night. A
Board No.,74 has asked that I include ry; Mission Study Chairman, Mrs. masquerade ball was held for

the following notice in my Howard Douglas; Community Mis- grades 7-12. Students were en-

news: Effective Sept. 28, the of- sions, Miss Lubedia Pinholster; tertained by the teachers who sup-

eM I fice of Local Board No. 74 will Margaret Fund Chairman, Mrs. plied a fortune teller and a band. g o 1 JR I :

be open Monday through Thurs- Beulah Harrell; Children's Home, Fortune teller Mr. Hazelwood. Roomy Frasier
t4snsiA'5 day of each week. Office hours- Mrs. Lottie Edwards, Flower Com- Members of the band were as

'.k 8 ,a..m. to 12 noon; 1 p. m. to 5 mittee, Mrs. L. L. Parker, and follows: Mr. Gibson, Mr. Hurst, ,

,r p. m. Mrs. J. C. Harrell. :Mr. Hutchingson, Mr. Altman, ? ; Full-Width
r ,r On Sept. 30 the office of the General Officers of the Church: :Mr. Rimert and Mrs. Silva, .

local board will move to a new Clerk; J. W. Thomas; Treas., M.: dressed couples. Decorations were \ / S I Chilled TrayAluminum
location. The new office is loca- O. Harrell; Pianist, Miss Francis one of the highlights of the par- n
i ted on the first floor of the Qui Barry; Chorister, L. L. Parker; ty also. '

Si Sana Hotel in Green Cove Usher, Bro. Compeau; Sexton, Coy The "A" squad football team

Springs, across from the Cove Edwards; Pastor, Rev. S. F. played P. K. Young on Thursday

Theatre.HomecomingDon't Mrs.Beard Tyler; Social Jones.Directors, Mr. and press night. time.Score Keep was not your known fingers at J.:::.? ? ?J// I Shelves

forget Homecoming at Deacons: M. O. Harrell, L. L. crossed. v:16K
Long Branch Church next Sun Parker, I. S. Fowler, J. B. Pin- -Susie Bradford t Ott\) \AU11If\f1I / G-E
day. We haven't heard how the ,.,., -
holster, J. W. Thomas and E. T. .s
Homecoming at Maxvflle was last Stewart. ...tt Me. 5------- \\ Dependability
I I odist Church and were guests ata \\\;1\(
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MONUMENTSLOWEST Wednesday evening of last SG. \
r % week members of the local Meth-
Yes its almost a sundae in itself! Borden's smooth, PRICES I odist Church enjoyed a Fellow-

smooth Vanilla Ice Cream with ribbons of 'rich choco FINEST QUALITY I by L. II. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ship Luncheon in the Sunday .
School annex. The luncheon was "ft
late fudge swirled all through Its creamy goodness. No Extra ChargeFor followed by a short Bible discus- CO 'i7;

I Refreshing! Delicious! Buy it in pints and the big Setting In Or Near Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Shufordof sion About by the pastor, Geo. W. Purga. \\010 OPt cost \ A
fifty were t
persons
pres- \\1' ,
Hastings spent the weekend
thrifty half gallon cartons. ent t.\N
STARKEWrite and all report a very pleasant At
with relatives in Lawtey.Mr. 1 i I \\t

4ti Enjoy it at home'and'ycur and Mrs. Cecil Atkinson evening.The Annual. Homecoming of the vita: io awcEs
of Miami
Deborrah
t I. and daughter, Methodist Church will be observed
i; favorite fountain. iPA were visiting his grandfather, A.
iv Sunday, October 18 with special
i M. Blanchard. last week. !
services in the morning at the reg- \
Benton Futch of Gainesville ular hour, followed by a basket
y For Free Folder spent the weekend with his mother dinner on the grounds.

! Bnsttn73odeit ATLANTIC MEMORIALS... Mrs..Joyce Futch. Is G. J. MCGRIFF. APPLIANCES
; ESTABLISHED 1930 Mrs. Louis H. Hill who again I THE RIGHT POINT for the
God teaching in the public schools of .
.
way you write. Come In and select -
,. ICE CREAM 715 FOREST ST. Fort Myers spent the weekend at I favorite ESTERBROOK 145 W. CALL ST. PHONE 229 STARKE. FLA.
JACKSONVILLE, flORIDA her home here. your S

David Kelley who Is now a stud- Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at

ent in the University of Florida BRADFORD. COILSTY TELE-
R spent the weekend at home. GRAPC, Relax the best
Mr. H. B. Arwood returned wag

home on Wednesday last week
IVOTirE TO APPEAR
from a vacation spent with rela- 1H Circuit Court, Bradford County
i tives in Atlanta Georgia and various Florida In Chancery.
Rufus A. Turlington. Plaintiff, vs.
points in Alabama.Mr. Izetta Arlene Turlington, Defendant.Case for Coke
and Mrs. Fred Coleman No. 10102.Votlre R0. pause
To Appear.To .
and children spent from Friday to : Izetta Arlene Turlington, .
Monday with relatives in Miami. whose residence and address is: Un-
known.
Miss Cheri Redgrave and brother Tonare hereby notified that
Johnnie, of Jacksonville were suit for
weekend guests of their grand- Divorcehas
been filed against you in the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. And- above named Court and cause and Quick refreshment is importantthese y
you are required to serve a copy of

ers.J.. P. Tatum of Deland is spend your plaint answer on the or pleading Plaintiff's to Attorney the com- busy days. That's whya av

ing the week with his sister, Mrs.G. .
( W. Roberts. Other guests in frosty bottle of Coke v -

the Roberts home during the weekend '
included Mr. and Mrs. Amos Let Us Thoroughly fits any occasion. Pause. t- ,. ,

Wyllys and daughter, Carolyn, of Wash Your Clothes refresh. .be yourself again. f
,4s; Hasting and G. W. Roberts Jr. of

Savannah Georgia.Mrs. 9 Pounds f-
Carrie Ingram of Starke

spent Saturday evening with her For 40c!

son, H. B. Ingram, and family. ,
.
Teachers and classmates of FREE Bleach If Desired! 55

2 Freddie Moore were glad to see
him back in school Monday after I 9 ,... I ( )/

an absence of two weeks most of I We Will
t.'f f' which time was spent in a
Gainesville hospital where he underwent 1
Dry Your Clothes k
>ti j-:
n an appendicitis operation.Mrs. J ,/
H. B. Atwood Mrs. E. W.
For 20cIn
F4 Wilkerson, and Mrs. Arthur

Pearce attended the W. M. U. New Automatic Driers! \

A.. tl s District Rally held in the Heil-
.
+ y h'xd bronn Baptist Church Wednesdayof .
last week.

Elmer Crews of Hendersonville,
North Carolina spent the weekend The Washeteria\
.with clean convenient I heat jr
steady with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. Temple Ave. Starke

R. Crews. .. .. ,
Miss Quinell Smith and Miss '00.: Ij... _< '\I._.c., e. I

For snug comfort for every member of your family Ferrell Jean Bradley spent from .. t.- .
'
Friday to Sunday at the Lake 'II

this winter, heat your home with STANDARD with the W. M. Smith family. I PHONE 218
Mr. and Mrs. Kersey and children .r f
BURNER OIL, the heat-packed fuel oil you can of' Lake City were Sunday I

C/ean-Burn/ng/ depend on for clean convenient, economical heat. guests of her parents, Mr. and j COLONIALFLORIST ( i
Mrs.. Jesse Smith. I
i
Odorless
:Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch Mrs.
Whatever type of oil-burner or furnace have
you ,
A. H. Harley, Misses Connie and:
:.: 700% Distilled
we can furnish you with a grads of Standard Jackie Harley, :Mary Ann Moates.
; Patsy Wainwright, and Mr. and
HeatPackedEconomical Burner Oil that assures you maximum heat for Mrs. H. C. Kelley and son David, FLOWERSFor rtti e

,.: your money. Prompt delivery, handled by trained, Mrs.daughter Jack, Peggy Brassell, were and in Archer small All Occasions I

courteous men, and all the "extras" you have last Sunday where they attended j5
Communion Service at the Meth- ,
,
learned to expect at the Standard Oil sign. Call us (j) -
Sunday, but we fear the weatherwas
now for your fuel-oil requirements. so bad that many couldn't at-

tend who would have otherwise.The DISH GARDENS 5/ 5
Ebenezer Church will serve S 4

K DUNCAN Ice cream to the Sunday School POTTERY 4 5'

1 Thursday night at prayer meeting. s
There were 24 present at Ebene- POTTED PLANTS

AgentSTANDARD zer Sunday School in spite of rain.
Jim and I probably won't be Flowers 'WiredAnywhere
able to attend BOTTLED UNDER AUTHOtlTT Of THE COCA-COIA COMPANY IY
Long Branch
OIL
CO.
STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
1 Homecoming because of my moth-

Starke, Fla. er's condition. Thought rd better Nona St. StArke "Cote is 0 registered trade-mark. 1953.THE COCA tell you now so folks will know
I why we're not there.







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Junior ClubAnnounces Strickland-Seiple 'Methodist Men

Plans To Serve BarbecueAt Griffis-Stallings F. F. A. NEWSThe I To Attend SynodThe

For Hallowe'en DanceThe A* In a ceremony performed on FFA Chapter this Is
year Rev. William
Church 12 McAliley of
TonightThe Sept. in St Llike
Methodist doing a very fine job at the meet- the Presbyterian
Church will at-
Church,
Junior Woman's Club met! Leesburg, Miss Carolyn ings. The officers have been doing tend a
Starke meeting of the
i Y.i Methodist Men'sFellowship Kennedy Synod of
Stallings
Monday evening in the club build- became the and carrying out their qualifications. Florida at the First J
will Presbyterian
sponsor a barbecue bride? of Lt. Orville Jock GriffisJr .
ing with Mrs. T. C. Hazen. Jr.. Church
supper tonight (Friday) from .. son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Sarasota, Oct.. 13-15. ,
Gladys Mooty president, presiding.A 5:30 until 8 p.m. in the Methodist Griffis of Leesburg, former Mr. Hitchins our new agricul- I

Phone 35 get-acquainted buffet supper: recreation building.Mr. idents of Starke. res-: ture teacher, is doing a fine job VMMTTTMMTTTTTTTTTYTVMuddled

was announced for Thursday eve- with the first year boys, but he
and :Mrs.
Lloyd Green do( The bride is a graduate
:
\ of Miami i
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ning, Oct. 8, at 7:30 o'clock for nated calf loves homework.The [
a to the Men's Fellow- Senior High School. After
studying -
Associational Rally Woman's Club members, prospective members ship for the purpose of raising at Montreux, Switzerland Greenhands will be initiatedat
husbands and
escorts Mrs. Jim
by money for a church project, according she attended school in the last meeting of the month
Of WMS Held To> Meet October 14 Chasteen, social chairman.A Virginiaand
i to an announcement by graduated from the Universityof if the dues are paid at that time.I .

At Heilbronn ChurchA highlight_ of the evening was George T. Huggins, president of North Carolina. She did her would like to remind the second

The Starke Woman's Club will seeing and hearing the club piano 3 the Men's group.S. post graduate work in political third, and fourth year boys that T.P-1'i

large crowd was present forthe meet at the club house Wednes- which has recently been com- i R. Johns Jr. is serving as science at Northwestern Univer- the dues are past due.

annual rally of the New River, gay afternoon at 3:30: o'clock for pletely reconditioned by the Senior chairman of the barbecue, assistedby Mr. Foster Shi Smith Bill Haas,
and Junior clubs. Mrs. Carl E sity.Lt.
Association WMS held with the, the October meeting. r: Y J. R. Wainwright and H. C. Griffis is a graduate of Lees- Mr. Tyler Jones, Mr. Patten, and
Roberts, finance chairman, an-
Heilbronn Baptist Church on October The Citizenship program, under I nounced plans for Hallowe'en Ritch. The barbecuing will be burg High School. He attended Mr. Sewell are our consultants on t

2. the direction of Mrs. Cora Quat- a : done under the supervision of The Citadel at Charleston our committees and have been
S. C.
Dance on Oct. 31 at the club
Theme r'of the meeting tlebaum,will be on the youth Teen Billy NoegeL and the University of Florida meeting with us.
building. Proceeds will toward
"Strengthen 0 Lord"That wasTcwn' and Safety Council with, piano repairs. A film "At go Home Tickets for the supper are $1 where he was a member of Sigma I -Smoky.' / ModelA
representatives from both -i for adults and 50c for children
the organIzations 1 Alpha Epsilon
Was Wrought" Preceding with God" was prepared by Mrs. fraternity. He is
business meeting a song service taking part. The musical T. G. Mitchell and presented to and may be obtained at the dooror now stationed at Ft. Benning, DOZEN designers. A

was led by Mrs. Lex Green. portion of the program will be members by Mrs. J. A. Torode. : : T in advance from T. H. Slade, Columbus, Ga. where he and his Recent BirthMr. dozen ideas.
under the supervision of Mrs. chairman of ticket sales. bride will make their home. Combine 'em
Mrs. S. E. Sparks presented the Silva music supervisor of BHS. The hostesses served delightful Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Strickland The public is cordially invited. and Mrs. W. A. Finley, Rai- and you have chaos.It .
president, Mrs. J. W. Thomas, refreshments from table dec-
Members of the band will participate a of Kingsley Lake announce the I ford, a daughter Carolyn Annette
with a love gift from the associa- orated with Jack-O-Lanterns and Legion I
engagement of their Auxiliary could be the
on the program. daughter,i Altar on Sept. 25 in Doctors Clinic Hospital same with
tion,and Mrs. L. D. Haines gave black cats and the Hallowe'en Phyllis Faye, to John W. Seiple, Society To Honor Leader your property insurance
Hostesses for the afternoon are
the memorial service.
motif. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Seipleof Plans Barn DanceSt.
Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. Marcus unless
Rev. C. A. of Linden i one agency handles
Crosby Sharon. Pa. Mrs.
Mary Marshall of Talla-
Brown Mrs. Lemuel Colson Mrs.
Baptist Church, gave an Inspirational WMU Circles Hold The wedding wilt take place on Edward's Altar Society met hassee, Department President of Scouts To Conduct your protection. Let use

sermon based on the 13th Barbara Breazealle Mrs. Robert First October 27 at S o'clock in the Tuesday evening for their October the Florida American Legion Scrap Paper Drive that agency. Let us give I i

chapter of Matthew. Kite and Mrs. Charles Futch. MeetingsOf evening in the First Baptist meeting with Mrs. Joe Gum- Auxiliary, will make her annual protection

Special music.was presented,by New Year Church of Starke. A receptionwill ber, president, presiding. visit to tie local unit on Tuesday, This SaturdayStarke your program the ,-

Mrs.J,.ex Green and Mrs. L. ,f\ Beta"Sigma Phi follow in the church audi- During the business session It Oct. 3, at 3:30 pjn. A tea will be attention it needs.

Din n1 of Starke, and Mrs. Jimmy .\...... OflF t1 -. WMU Circles of the First Baptist 1 torium. was announced that the date of held in her honor at the home of Boy Scouts will launch

Crosby and Mn. !Avon Crosbyof The' Beta Sigma Phi sorority Church met this week for No invitations are being sent, the Hallowe'en Barn Dance which Mrs. Claude Crowson on West citv-wide scrap paper drive

Baylesa Highway, ,. will\ meet Monday evening at 8 their fiat sessions of the new but all friends and relatives of was scheduled for Oct. 31 has Madison St. All members of the Saturday morning. Any kind of H. C. WALLAGENCY
.. the couple are invited.Methodist ,been changed to Oct. 17. Auxiliary to scrap paper will do, and donorsare
The Installation service was conducted o'clock at the home of Marie Col- year.- _. .. are urged attend. requested to leave their paperon
Daisy Fowler Circle met at tne I Ii
by Yrs, Green. son on N. Walnut at. i .. front porches, if they are away
home of the leader, Mrs. Maxie Circles --
from home.
Carter, Tuesday afternoon with Phone 146
Hold Meetings The paper is to be sold and the
Mrs. Chas. A. Darby, program : 200 E. Call Street
I 0 '" THE WATCH WITHOUT A WORRY! chairman giving the devotion. proceeds applied on the new Scout :
Circles of the Methodist camp at Sampson and Rowelllakes. StarkeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Taking part on the program were
1 IV. S. C.. S. met the first of the .
..t= ta1lMK1lfifLcJ Mrs.: T. B. Harding, Mrs. E. C. I .
x 1 week at the following homes:
i.iwtl3 Priest, and Mrs. Carter.At -,
Circle 1, Mrs. I. D. Vining,
this meeting Mrs. Carter I']leader( waS entertained by Mrs. Was a blessing to see the sun they were photographing Charley"at 3y MVn
1 elected her circle officers for the
after
: nothing but rain since
]H. C. Ritch at the educational Aug. home", "on the train", ,as he
new year as follows: Mrs. E. W. 1st have heard lot of !
1 building Tuesday morning at ten a reports looked at his old job of railroading -
: Hayes[ senior co-leader Mrs. C.
;
TIle about snakes to the
handlOlll.Marqu.It. taking high
...
t tMrs. 'clock. etc. Red Kerce was
doing
In gl.omlng rioinUw it*.LSw A. Darby, program chairman; roads since the woods have beenso
Mrs. E. K. Perryman, presidentf the honors at the ..
camera In-
Mcond
'T p hand. Rodtvm T. B. Harding, secretary- flooded ... Ida Mae Shaw is
bonds and nwmwol treasurer Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, the society, was a visitor and cidentally, hear the new "First
; still after
community missions; Mrs. L. U. opened the meeting with prayer.rs. shaking rattlers running the Brooker over Lady" (Ted) won't be moving to b I NA1IONAUT AOVIITISIO

/ $71rBUY lorgan, mission study; Mrs. W.J J M[ Vining announced that the two road'huge Monday afternoon on said Tally for a week or so yet, and +q
1 week of and self denial Jerome to
prayer plans stay here to look
B. Roper, children's home; Mrs.
she drove back and forth
ON EASY TERMS 'will be observed Oct. 2531. :Mrs. over after the Johns' business enter-

. . . . Edna Hutchinson stewardship; ,W. E. Middleton had charge of them several times in her car to prises ... Understand that Mark-
....... Irs., D. L. Silcox, flower chairman;
W.irr..r.,.."r d.si.. w __ make sure they were dead .. V.
.-,.H nntorf bQwS W MM__/_. Mrs., Ruth Morse, prayer and sunshine I the devotional and used as her leyann isn't too keen about leav- .
A. H. Journal
-- end Henry, Jax INTNI.lnIN.
I topic "The Sower". ing all her friends at BHS .
young ,
Mrs. Coy A. Stephenson,
; has so'many .i ,
ROBERTS JEWELRY'"Your social. Mrs. T. H. Slade gave an inter- agent, says he never seen but know she'll learn to like Talla- DIAMOND RINGS
snakes the roads before
To the eleven members and I esting talk on "Echoes from the'orld on hassee soon ,. t'44 FASHIO NI "' Ifr
'\\ Methodist Convocation a gruesome subject so think aQ FIRST {N
Friendly Jeweler" two visitors present Mrs. Carter onEvangelism" I'll change it ... Nice to see those exCallstreetrrs k IN yg ptUE l
from the Methodist 4 FIRST
served a dessert course. McRae and the the Courtmanch family, fea- )
Spotted Barney
Woman. Mrs. Ritch served light tured in the "Florida Personali- \ h wr

Helen Masters Circle met at :refreshments to the 13 members Lonnie Sullivans sporting new ties" section of the All-Florida ALWAYS Notice the design, the beauty, the magnifti
cars this week .. hear the Fred UKE THIS cent effect of the inter1ockmg rings. You
the home of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee :present.( Leonhards have theJ. Magazine last Saturday ... Seems
XLCOOKS Circle 2, Mrs. L. D. Green, purchased Atwar. wdM avalue
with 14 members present. that Mr. and Mrs. Courtmanchwill ofon
R. Howe house and three lots, lion, oonond. in MI measurecount $
The devotion was given by Mrs. :leader, met at the home of Mrs.A. celebrate their 53rd wedding .irr at .u s-., when you count on us 50
corner of 8th and Water streets
L. D. Haines and F. Sauls Monday afternoon with anniversary 4 for quatity.
taking on
part ... see Patsy Benton is part- today (Friday) with NEVER t
13 members and three visitors
the Mrs. J. A. Grif- their traditional a .
program were ... concert for a few Lags .d w ,1.
timing at Ducky's quite a LIKE
Mrs. J. E. Futch and J.lrs.F. p;resent close friends at their
'in. coincidence that in the week home on H
Mrs. Jack McComb and Mrs. past Main Street in 33! & #'ir 1
B. Beard, circle leader. both Lila Caldwell's and i Jacksonville ...
Officers were elected and itwas Ethel Lowell had charge of the I Shaller's Chihuahuas each Peggy had ;Mr. Courtmanch will be remembered .
.
devotional Mrs. Cofield
and Wm.
that the November I as
announced a long-time Starke jeweler -
twin the !
puppies same coloring
meeting will be held at the gave the program, using as her who moved to Jacksonville
Hear that Bruce
,
Sonny Tenly
home of Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr. epic "Alcoholism and Youth", \ j! McGee Robert have several years ago ... Their tal- 11 1 t'
an Circle 3 Mrs. A. Wood leader
The hostess served refreshments ented violinist 'daughter, Anita
GROCERIES MEATS -- FEED met Monday afternoon in the joined the Nat'l Air Guard in Jax
has been playing with the
during the social hour. Jack-

1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North W.educational Andrews building as hostess.with Mrs. J..I'land for go drill there...three 2nd nights class a Airman month I, sonville symphony fon several .

...
Doris Knight Circle met Tues- Tommy Harding reported to seasons
Phone 339-J Miss Kate Shruth gave the de-
day night in the education build- votion. Camp Kilmer, N. J. and will leave I Spotted an' Jotted: Red and .
Her
topic was "Seed
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVEDWE ing with 20' members present. The Soil and Shearer". Mrs. I. !soon for duty in Germany .. i Nell Griffin off to Lakeland for a I >

business meeting was presided P.j belated ten-day vacation ... TheC. yv
PFC
CLOSE 9:30 P.M. SATURDAYS Shepherd told of Abelina Gounet Edward Parker landed recently -| -' /
over by the leader, Mrs. P. T. 1 in Japan .. attending the W. Colson family back in town : \
PRICES GOOD TIUR., FRI.., SAT. OCT. 8, 9, 10 Nolan, and the devotion was given of Argentina the girl who came.Helena Rubenstine Cosmetic>from Atlanta .. he to work at
back to her home town, as registered :!
by Mrs. Nat Dankle.Refreshments school at the George WashingtonHotel Humphreys Gold Donald
nurse, and Social Service \
LADIES 5115NYLON were served by Ritchie enjoying a few days' leave
in Jax Monday and Tues-
Worker, to take charge of a home -
the hostesses, Mrs. Dankle, Mrs. I, after completing Marine boot
day were Lee Simpson, Pearl ny4nore
for Protestant girls under the (( a
HOSE /Pair 99CWith Nolin, and Mrs. A. B. Baker. auspices of the W S. C. S. 'I I Blount and Norma Jean Morris,j'icamp ... Goes to Camp Lejenue pe

The business session was coa-, representing Mitchell's Drug:next .,. The Hans Walkers of
Dora Alderman Circle met at Spartanburg;, S. C. in town Wednesday -
each Pr. of Hose Purchased you can have your ducted by Mrs. Wood. Boxes of Store ... I'
the home of the leader, :Mrs. L. N. i to wind the sale of their
Choice for Ic one of following items: Christmas cards were given to Was sorry to hear that S hj\ up
Pickering, with ten members and Smith, Jr. broke his arm while I Church St. house .. Hear that 4W1CE
each member to buy or sell. I
33 BLEACH 1-2 gal. one visitor present. Loyalty to Refreshments were served dur- playing football at school the James and Gladys Hobbs are the

the church was discussed by Mrs. ,ing the social hour. '. other day- his mother, Eula Mae I new owners : buys

SWAN'S TOILET Pickering, and Mrs. M. F. Hazen Smith, is with him while confinedin Well ... Seems to be all for

discussed Indians in Alabama. Mrs. St. Vincent's Hospital now See you in the next .
ChapmanIs .e
SOAP 6 eg bars for New officers were elected, and the young Glenn Leach son of theJames -Carolyn d

C meeting was closed with prayer by InspirationFor Leachs, who has been home

TIDE FAB fee boxOR Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Two PartiesThe the past month following a ruptured Recent Birth much..ATIHE a

Refreshments were served by I appendix will still have to as

BREEZE the hostess. Hogan Smith home was the convalesce for two more weeks Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown

setting Saturday evening for a before returning to school Godwin of the State Farm announce

Lorena Epperson Circle met at lovely miscellaneous shower given See D.onis Epps is working now the birth of a daughter,

Turnips Heinz 2 CansMUSTARDS the home of the leader, Mrs. R. B. in honor of Mrs. Albert W. Chap- at the Auto Supply Wholesale

or C IflCTeenie Alvarez, with 12 members and man, a recent bride. Hostessesfor house have you seek the love-I Cheryl Jane, born Tuesday, Oct.

Baby Food one visitor present. The devotionwas the affair were Misses Mary ,Iv new watch that Adelaide in the Alachua General Hospital.

303 Can_ given by Mrs. D. L. Thomasthe Frances Hazen, Ann Crosby, Mar- Crowson is flashing these days? -16

My-T-Fine Weenie program was presented by tha Landrum Marcia Kay Hazen, a 16th anniversary present from
Mrs. G. V. Lee, program chairman her best beau their
Dessert Peas Shirley Carpenter, Judy Green and anniversary
with Mrs. Ewell Lawson as- JoAnn Smith.A doesn't fall until Saturday so I

2 Pkgs 303 Can sisting. yellow and green color motif guess C. C. is going to get stuck !\.BIC

The circle will"be In charge o f was attractively carried out in !for another present on that day '

the Business Luncheon to be held the floral arrangements through-I,I too! .. have you got an unused STARKE FLA.

See These LOW Prices .a on October 19 at the church. cut the home. The refreshment t bookcase stuck away in the attic -

iJr During the social hour the I table was overlaid with a cutwork: or garage that you would like! Fri., Sat. Oct. 9, 10

hostess served a dessert course. cloth and centered with a crystal to donate to the Garden Club? -! DOUBLE FEATURE

COFFEE.M.H. ? ? FLOUR ?' ? bowl holding yellow pompoms..I if so, contact Mrs. S. E. Sparks ... OFF LIMITS

Ida Darby Circle met at the The puch bowl was placed atone hear that Kate Struth is combing I

home of the leader, Mrs. Carl end of the table with Mrs. Hazer :the town mostly around the Bob Hope and Mickey Rooney

SPRY 3 Ibs ? ? GRITS .as. Mathews, with 11 members pres I pouring.The I Call street section trying to'fnd I AND -

ent. Mrs. W. L. Andrews had thirty guests included former ; her red plaid umbrella that
U. S. No. 1 WHITEPOTATOES charge of the program. The next I BHS classmates of the honoree. I'she misplaced while shopping lastI i The Silver Whip

Lbs < meeting will be held with Mrs. I Thursday A.M. It was a birthday w, Dale Robertson and Ilorjr

10 26c B. T. Thomas. The hostess served Mrs. Robert G. Paterson and : present and she sure would Calhoun

refreshments during the social Mrs. Harry M. Hatcher, Jr. en :like to have it back. I Plus Serial and Latest News

hour. tertained at a tea and miscellaneous I Have you noted the tricky

MANY shower Sunday afternoon at !"Bicycle Built for. Three" that : Sun.' Mon. Oct. 11, 12

r the home of the latter at CampI i Marion Patch and kiddies, Jan and
Specials Not Listed! Come See! The Business Women's Circle. : THE SNIPER
I Blanding honoring a recent bride, Tom, ride around town on? Sure
Mrs. Russell Norman, leader, will I With Adolph Menjou & Arthur WED. thru SAT.
I Mrs. Albert W. .
Chapman
meet the is cute ... the Youth Fellowship I
Monday night, Oct. 12, in ,
L
WEST COASTMULLET Fresh D & DHEN0rFRYER former Miss Jacqueline Tanner. of the church Franz
Presbyterian enjoyed
the church
recreation 'I
meeting will be preceded room.by This a J Seasonal flowers were used to 18n ke cream party at the R. G. I Plus Cartoon (Z8 Min) and 0CTOK* K, 15 16 11

advantage in decorating the homefor Latest World News
covered dish dinner ; i Patersons at Blanding last Sat
starting at the occasion, with a gracefulwhite ... !
urday afternoon
7 o'clock. Immediately after din birthdays. HUNDREDS OF BARGAINSBuy
/6s for Lb ner, the program will be presented bouquet centering the refreshment being celebrated this week areas Tues., Oct. 13 ONLY
2 29c 44CRED table. The table w Edward Burns, W. B. Sewell,
by Mrs. J. D.
Doyle, followed
by By The Light of the
installation of officers. overlaid with a hand crocheted Robert Demorest, R. F. Young 2 for the price of 1 plus a penny/

lace cloth with a punch bowl atone Evelyn Newsome Peggy Shaller, ,Silvery Moon

end of the table and the coffeeservice and Gertrude Beasley. ... last]I As Advertised in LIFE LOOKCOLLIER'S

1I0TAT PRICE YOU CAN'T BELIEVE 'I at the other end. Monday the Ceo. Huggins twins, With Doris Par and Gordon FARM JOURNAL

WEINERS or SAUSAGE & ? ? Those assisting in serving were, Sandra Kay and Billy Ray, celebrated 3IacKae

:I Mrs. Thomas Gill, who greeted their 2nd birthday ... Plus Cartoon and News and by AMOS 'H' ANDY on he

the guests at the door,.Mrs. A. D. little Randy Bennett celebrated 1 1I
Wed. Thurs. Oct. 14 15 REXALL RADIO SHOW SUNDAYS CBSMITCHEll'S
Thomas, who .
kept the guest book,J I his first birthday Saturday at a I
If the Price of Steak
For
CHUCK STEAK Mrs. J. A. Griffin who poured i party tor six of his little friends. i iI The Four Poster

Makes You Crops & Livestock coffee, Mrs. Gerald Griffis and I Saw Acting Governor Charley j Lex Harrison Lull Palmer DON'T MISS OUT

Mrs. Wilbur who served Johns hands with friends
BOIL or STEW o'ROAST punch, shaking :,
and Mrs. Lonnie E. Fullwood, Mrs -AND-
Call
St.
along
Wednesday after- :
Gainesville Production L. H. Harper Mrs. J. C. Stephens, The Turning Point
Lb Lb noon, accompanied by a battery
Credit Association Mrs. Robert Chapman and Mrs I ,
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER, 195S BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE FLORIDA '
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Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land wre Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mrs. R. A. Clerk of the Circuit Court you are required to serve a copy of
in Montgomery,. Ala. the first of Colson and Mrs. G. B. Colson were By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Jour answer or pleading to the .
10/9 4t 10/30 complaint on the Plaintiffs
the week looking for a house. shopping in Jacksonville last Fri- Attorney T. Frank Landrum,
I'J pVW ... NOTICE TO APPEAR Starke. Floridaand C. A. FUTCH REALTOROldest
r corning y. IB Circuit
a....::. Court, Bradford CoaatT, file the .rigir.al In the officeof
week. Mrs. R. C. Weaver oi Miami and Florid. I cfcamcery.onides the Clerk o* the Circuit Court
> Real
Mrs. Paul Miller of Miami Beachis 3f Rosado. Plaintiff, vs. en or before the Estate Agency in Bradford County
Mrs. E. J. Juhn and son. Barry, Jennie Rosado Defendant.Case 9th day November, 1953
SIN visiting her parents. Mr. and No. 10120otlce otherwise ; CONTINUOUS SINCE 1925
THE NEWS of Jacksonville were Wednesday the allegations of said
Mrs. S. W. Haisten, while Mr. Miller \ To Appears Complaint will be taken
as -
confessed
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guests of Mrs. Hogan Smith. To Jennie Rosado whose resl- by you. Member Local, State & National Real Estate
.' v A is in Georgia on business until de ce and address Is: Mt..Keep. Glen This notice shall be published
Mrs. Organizations
E. K. and
Saturday. Friends of Mrs. Haisten Mrs. Perryman Gardner, New Jersey. once each week for four consecutive
Mr. :and Mrs. R. C. Dampier and Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner, Titus Olson attended the Metho- You are hereby notified that a weeks In the Bradford County Tele
will regret to hear that she has suit for r graph. Solicits Listings of All Types of Property Assuring
son Billy, were in Jasper on Sun- Mrs. Cecil Sewell and daughter, dist Teacher Training Class .i Divorcehas ,
Dated this 6th day of
October
been ill for the few
day visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pam, spent the latter part of last past days. the Methodist church in Gaines- been filed against you In the 1953. Personal Service and Straightforward Dealings.
Hall and Mrs. Neil Herndon. week in Marianna visiting Mrs.B. Mr. and Mrs. S. Denmark and above named Court and cause and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
family visited LL and Mrs. C. N. ville on Monday evening. you are required to serve a copy of Clerk of the Circuit Court. OFFICE: EAST CALL STREET
Mrs, James Phillips and Mrs. G. E. Bennett. Jack Judd, accompanied by his your answer or pleading to the complaint By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. JUST
Tilton ACROSS
and family in Jacksonvilleon FROM CITY LIGHT PLANT
B. Flynn are spending a few days Mrs. V. V. Hazen and daughter, visitedhis on the Plaintiffs Attorney 10/9 4t 10/30
Sunday.Mrs. aunt, Mrs. Lacy Mobley, Lloyd Bass 302 Clark Building -
In Atlanta Ga. visiting Mr. and Marcia, and Mrs. M. F. Hazen grandmother, Mrs. L. A. Miller Jacksonville. Florida NOTICE TO APPEAR
E.
in Jacksonville. G. McGauley and son, and file! the original In the office IB .
:Mrs. Huston McClane and family spent Saturday o Circuit Court Bradford County, -
other -- -
in last week and -- <
J.Dd 'Mr. and Mrs. F, T. Redd in Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen spent evening Jennings with, of Palatka Mr. and spent Mrs. Charles Friday relatives Altba and friends ,in Panama the before Clerk the of S day the of Circuit November Court on 1953 or; Betty Florida H. Stratton.t I. Cta Plaintiff try. vs. JackS. f'i. _ ._ .__ .. '_.

Macon. Wednesday of) last week at Fern- otherwise the allegations of said Stratton, Defendant.Case.
Hardy and attended the BHS football City and Pensacola Complaint will be takes as confessed No. 10-119
Mrs. Mary Lane of Jacksonville andina Beach. by you Notice To Appear STARKERADIO
spent the weekend with her mother Cot and :Mrs. J. A. Griffin will game. CARD OF THANKS This notice shall be publishedonce To: Jack S. Stratton. whose residence -
Mrs. and each week
J E. Hardy daughter, for four consecutive and address is: Route 1, Gas-
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. be in Lakeland next week on bus- weeks In the Bradford County Tele tonia,
Jane, spent Monday in Gainesville.Mr. North Carolina
and visiting relatives. We'wish to express our deepest graph. &
You TV
iness SERVICE
are hereby notified
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown and and Mrs. Eric Moore of appreciation for the acts of Dated this 6 day of October. 1953. nit for that a
Mrs. Dell Hart of Tallahassee Mr. :and Mrs. L. A. Davis were Broxton, Ga. and daughter. Marcia many (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Divorce and restoration of
kindness, words of sympathy and Clerk.of the Circuit Court.
visit- maiden
last name
spent the weekend at the Brown's in Fernandina Thursday of Atlanta spent the weekend By Marian L.'Crosby. Deputy Clerk has
been
for the beautiful flowers during the filed against you In the Reasonable
I Kingsley Lake home. Ing Mrs. J. R. Hardee.ALVAREZ' with Mr.and Mrs. I. G. Harris. Rachel 10/9 4t 10/30. above named Court and cause and Guaranteed Service
loss of) our mother, Mrs. you are required to
serve vf
Mrs. Peggy Shaller spent Tuesday Browning. The kindnesses of our IB Circuit NOTICE TO APPEAR your answer or pleading a copy to the On All Makes Radios TV
afternoon in Gainesville visiting Court Bradford County complaint on the Plaintiff's or
Men's Clothing friends will never be forgotten Florida IB
many Chancery Attorney Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark
| STORE i Established 1894 her daughter, Mrs. Jim Brown ,-Mrs. C. F. Miles and family, Mary rhomas Elton Forde, Plaintiff, vs. Building, Jacksonville. Florida
Godwin and infant in the Forde. Defendant. and file the
daughter and original In the office IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS
Mrs. Bobby Bennett family. Case .
No 10-12! of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .'
Alachua General
Hospital. Notice To Appear or before the
NOT GIVING YOU
Friends of :Mrs. C. D. Williams To: Mary Forde, whose residenceand 9 day November, 1953; .
l. Circuit Coart, Bradford CouutyFlorida address is: 1065 Pacific Street, otherwise the allegations of said t SATISFACTIONCafl
of Tampa will be happy to hear\ la CkaBeerj. Brooklyn, New York. Complaint will be taken as confessed -
that she is moving to Starke on Ora Lee Dees. Plaintiff, vs. George Your are hereby notified that a by you.
BENEFIT TURKEY DINNERAt Dees, Defendant. Case No. 10-081 suit for Divorce This notice shall be published ? !
Nov. 1 and has taken an ;apartment Order Of Publication And Notice To has been filed against you In the once each week for four consecutive 198-W 1 At Once j
with her brother-in-law and Appear State Of Florida T.. above named Court and cause and weeks in the Bradford County
Dees, whose residence and you are required to of Telegraph.
serve a
The Masonic George copy
Temple sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green.
address is: 307 Norfolk Street, Newark your answer or pleading f> the complaint Dated this 6 day of October, 1953.
Thursday Oct. 22 7:00 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter had New Jersey. T. on the Plaintiff Attorney (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's
You are required to appear on Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. Clerk of the Circuit Court. .
and
as guest Wednesday Thursday October 26. 1933. in the above and file the original in the office or By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. _d __ --- .
RECEIPTS WILL GO TO "
of last week. Miss Kathleen Judd named Court and cause wherein the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 10/9 4t 10/30 .
or before - - -- --
MASONIC BUILDING FUND of Orlando. The Carters also had County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this 1953; otherwise the 9 the day allegations of November of I .. 0 t -- .
as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Order in next four weekly issues. said Complaint will( be taken as con-
PUBLIC INVITED Wallace Faulk and children of Witness my hand and official seal fessed This by you. > __ __ c __ __ _ -- ..
at Starke. Florida this September notice shall be published
Sponsored by Bradford Lodge No. 35 F&AM and Jacksonville.Mr. 23, 1953. once each week for foul consecutive
weeks in
and Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby the .Bradford County Tele
Starke Chapter No. 224 of Eastern Star As Clerk of said Court graph.
were in Fairfax, S. C. over the By Marion L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Dated this 7 day of October. 1953.
weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. Zach H. Douglas SOS Lynch Bldg., (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi B. Sullivan. Attys.Jacksonville for Plf., Florida. 9/25 4t 10/16 By Marian Clerk L. Crosby.of the Deputy Circuit Court.Clerk.

Mr and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and -- 10/9 4t 10/30 IT IS UNLAWFUL .

Gallons/ son, Jimmy, and P. P. Woods wentto NOTICE SOTICK TO APPEAR
Mulberry Sunday to attend the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: IB Circuit Coart. Bradford Coast
You are hereby notified that I will Floridas IB Chancery.
funeral of Claude Pricher. offer for sale and sell at public Julia Kostyal. Plaintiff, vs. Frank
//01 Gas Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gibbs of sale to the highest and best bidder Kostyal. Defendant.
Free Attapulgus, Ga. were weekend for cash the following described Case Xo. 10-121
Notice To .
livestock: Appear.To
guests of Mr. and Mrs. X. M. 1 red shoat, approximately 25 : Frank Kostyal, whose resl- For Person Persons in

Away Smith. at 12 pounds noon ;on the 13th day of Octo- dente Jackson and Heights address, New is: 3051 York.g'nd:! St., Any or to Engage .

Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, ber 1953, at the South Door of the You are hereby notified that a
Sr. visited Mrs. Ben Hall in St.Vincent's Court House, to satisfy a claim in suit for Divorce
the of for fees, has been filed against you in the
sum 19.15 expenses
BY CUMBER'S GAS STATION Hall,hospital who recently last underwenta Thursday.Mrs. hereof.for feeding and care and costs shove named Court and cause and Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless :, .

EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT AT 8 P.M. major operation will be confined October P. 8.D.1953.Reddish,

With each 5 gallons of'gas purchased at Cumber's you in the hospital through this Sheriff Bradford County. It SCHOOLOF :
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leave your signature. You do not have to be presentfor week.Mr. NOTICE-TO APPEARIn The Name Is Registered -
and Mrs. Frank Weaver, Jr. Clreait Court. Bradford Gouty : :::
the donation. Cumber's Gas Station is located 3 1-2 Florida IB Chancery. BALLETClasses .
and Mr and Mrs. Frank Weaver,, \ -
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miles north of Starke on 301. Margaret Szeged, Plaintiff vs. Las- .r c.'
m, of Williston were weekend zlo Szegedi, Defendant. !'<:

50 Gallon Given Away ChristmasGUMBER'S guests of Mr. and Mrs.. A. G. Lou- Notice To Appear. Case No. 10-114 Each ,. <",E1.t 't 1 .' ,.-. ,
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don Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. To: Laszlo Szegedi!, whose residence ......<, '..
Jackson. and address is: Hajduszobaslo, Tuesday & Thursday ,,' ... ,.r. .-
GAS STATION Hajdu Megye, Hungary.You 5:00-6:30 P.M. z'o -
Mrs. Mae Woody and Howe are hereby notified that a S : .
Twining have returned home aftera suit for Read This Florida Law -
JOE CUMBER Formerly the welder at Prevatt's month's Divorce, custody and control of St. Edwards RecreationHall
visit with relatives in minor child and other relief
Garage New York and Pennsylvania.Mrs. has been filed against you in the

3K! Miles North of Starke J. L. Boone and daughter, you above a-e named required Court to serve and cause a copyof and Phone 2t4JCHARLEY : "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to

Ina, and son, Jimmy of Talla- your answer or pleading to the herein under fictitious herein de-
LAST WEEK'S LUCKY SIGNATURE complaint on the Plaintiff's engage in business as defined a name as

0.. L. Brown, StarkeyyyyyyyVyyyyyyyyyVyyYVVYVVVVYVVYVVVYYVVYVVVYYVVV. Mr.hassee and were Mrs. weekend A. H. Henry.Mr. guests. of Attorney O. Box 81.Samuel Gainesville W. Getzen, Florida, P. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY fined, without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

and Mrs. S. D. Goodmanwere and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit in the Court office on of clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis

Saturday evening dinner or before 9 day the November, 1953; with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit

guests of Mrs. Goodman's mother, Complaint otherwise the will be allegations taken as confessed of said- signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of
,
idi r Mrs. Ethel Pickren in
Gainesville by you. F all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the Interest
shall
This notice publishedonce
r. Mrs. Carl LaMar Johns and "e
son,
Dale, of each week for four consecutive Tele- of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon.
Gainesville spent the weeks in the Bradford County
weekend with her graph. Said registration not be made until the desiringto
parents, Mr. Dated this :2! day of October, 1953. may person or persons

,116 and Mrs. Frazier Shaw. The (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL ot)the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
Shaws also had
_, Mr. and Mrs. Albert as Sunday Hardee guests of By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 10/9 4t Clerk 10/30 their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

Jacksonville. ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

9s. Fal1l0U Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman returned Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEARIn County, where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

S .a home Sunday after spend Florida In Chancery d r accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of
Name ing the summer at Asheville and George T. Moss, Plaintiff, vs. Martha -
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P. Moss, Defendant. such
publication.
Brand Highlands, N. C. Enroute home Case No. 10-118 r
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they visited Mrs. C. W. Denny in Notice To Appear
Frozen To: Martha P. Moss whose residence -
Savannah, Ga. and Mrs. T. W. and address is: Raleigh,
a. Foods e r,. Oliver of St. Simons Island, Ga. North You Carolina.are hereby notified that a E. JOHNS & SON If you are engaged in business under any name

Mrs. Robert Griffin, who recently suit for
arAt Divorcehas about this questionA
underwent
I tion, is convalescing a major at her opera homeon above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the other than and have not had this i

Church street. you are required to serve a copy of. nearby store burned out your own, name
your answer or pleading to the com
Mr. and Mrs. Rene Garcia and plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney and the merchant is out of

i daughter Vivian of Camp Bland- Lloyd Jacksonville Bass ,302 Florida Clark Building business for several month and will be
ing, returned Sunday from a twoweeks and file the original in the office of properly advertised registered we

PHILCOFREEZER vacation in Tulsa, Okla. the before Clerk the of 9 day the Circuit November Court, on 1953 or; during repairs. Is Insurance ,

and Denver Colo. While away otherwise the allegations of sale available to pay employees

they also toured the Rocky Complaint ed by you will be takes as confess salaries, fixed overhead, and glad to all Information to
Mountains, including a visit tPike's 0 This notice shall be published give you necessary as

Peak, points of interest in once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele the merchants own living ex

H New Mexico. Houston, Texas.and graph. penses until business can be'
Dated this 6 day of October, 1953.
New Orleans, La. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby resumed? what you should do.BRADFORD.





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j and Just as soon as possible we'll years. What we'd like to knowis I' =- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 193*
them dose you hungry to think of eatingjall 1 them and that is lot
give a of fertilizer. And how folks ever a easier said I
managed to
get the rich, tender, I
beef you want. ,,
FARMER'S we want to dust them with DDT through it? .Guess I than done. If the weather would
and sulphur, too, to see if we can S we'll start graining him :
.just settle down
soon. for a while so
1 keep the thrip from ever getting It's gotten muddier and muddier .
DIARY that
started. we can get some things going
around our place, until now Doing chores in this weather is ]right!

we cannot get the car out becauseof a mean Job. -
The author will be glad to receive All the rain we've had hasn't Particularly around I

: Items of Interest concerning bothered the mole crickets (puppy the deep ruts in the yard,)With- the cowshed, where the mud holes I. Well, the chickens are in the

the activities of farmers In dogs). Tne tops of the beds are cut getting the tractor to pull it are getting deeper and deeper all wet so much these days that the

Bradford County.Suggestions may criss-crossed with their numerous'I out. And there are even small,I I the time. In good weather chores I II old girls are starting to grow ON ALL YOUR GROCERIESAt
be left at the Telegraph office or fish living in the water standing I I webbed feet Next thing we know
mailed to Sam HcOarvey, Lawtey, trails, and here and there you see j in the ruts. If it keeps on rainingwe are often a pleasure, but the wayit they'll be quacking around here
is now it is far from that. Your
a hole where a bird has dug one; may get some fishing (done like ducks! Friendly
when
Particularly the pig Jumps
By Sam McGarvey out. We'll butcher the mole :right in our back yard. I I
crickets easily enough with DDT I up against the fence when you go
lAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AttA*A At**At A At AAAAA, to feed her, and splashes you from
&: chlordane Just as soon as the Seems like every time we turn head to foot with mud.We're FILL DIRTGOOD I
Seems it has been raining now t:;y) it was the end of the month weather settles. around, there' a break in the .
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for about as long as we can ,re- before we got started.. It is easy fence and we have to grab the that clean RICH SuwanneesT
hoping we can
member. We shower I that will do As Hope is over two months old materials and go fix it. Fortunately -
a to
get heavy +Dough plan' you 1 out some of the mother berry
now, and seems to be growing fine we have some treated fence!
then it starts to dry off, but be- such; and.such a thing on a farm discontinue I j I plants where we are raising runners TOP SOILSee
I we decided to feeding'her posts on hand, and that helps a-'
fore we have got rid of much', such but fertilize them and maybe
Dn such and a date
with a nipple pail, as we think lot. Comfort has learned to push
moisture, along comes another big,' often It Isn't possible to do get some early berries. Folks ten
very she can stand a little more milk j down a fence by leaning on it, and
ugly, black cloud and drops a few!' us they produce the earliest ber-I
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I u planned.
now and then without danger of as a lot of the posts have rotted BILL JACKSON
more million gallons of water,] j We let her have all the [ I ries. 401
] scours. off at the ground level, it is easy I .
most of it right on our farm.I Anyhow, we looked mournfully evening milk from Joy but in the for her. s Jackson Transfer Company: PHONE
And the trouble is there is no I it the soaking,wet field, with thebeds morning we milk out two teats S,, I But before we worry about them Phone 165 E. L Stare
place for it t< now. As the' and decided I .we'll have to get the rest of the
f go 1 t just washed away fot ourselves. Hope eats dry ra- About 69 times a, day we've I t 35
hit, can almost hear'them runners out, and fertilize and dust I
raindrops you to go ahead and try any- tion willingly enough, and she has been opening and closing the cold
say: "Where do we go from I']how. We got out Katrinka, the .common salt available, but she:]!frame, alternately trying to let I 1- ._,------------------------ CECIL
DOUGLAS
here?" And the answer in a'1 tractor and plowed out the middles does not graze as much as we I the sun dry it out, and closing it Manager

chorus Is: "Sit tight, sonny, you't. then marked off twin rows think she should. We worry a I to keep out the rain. But finallythe DELIVERY SERVICE
ain't going nowhere. There's lots I about! 18 Inches apart. It was lot about her, for we have yet to rain won, and Just about every e 'WEALTHIEST OF ANCIENT *

of us ahead of you!" mighty sloppy work, and often raise a milk cow successfully. thing in It is drowned out. Evena MONARCHSCROESuSKINGORDERS We
. 11 we almost got bogged down, but, S fine batch of cabbage plants THE COINING OF THE LYD1ANS IN ASIA reserve the right to limit quantity
We had the kitchen garden pret- I after! we explained the need of itto Turning her out with Joy and which looked beautiful a short MINORS THE RRSTTO COW PRICES GOOD THUR.. FRI., SAT.. OCT. 8, 9, 10

ty well planted, and it was up and 1 Katrlnka, she wallowed'along the other cows seemed to be a I I time ago. _: Of: MONEY. '. GOLD AND SILVER (546 BC>
growing, and my, Oh my, but it 1 without so much grumbling. good idea, so we tried it, and sure :-_ ; : OPEN ALL DAY
the I ALL CIVILIZED I NATIONS I NAVE THURSDAY
was a pretty sight to see tiny I enough every time we looked at Read with Interest the articlein
MADE COINS EVER
greens Just eager to grow up to We are setting runners we i the little one, she was grazing the Post about the great cattle .
bunches. We hoed them, dusted J raised from last year's plants, and away Just like the others.. But we disaster. We still think that rais- SINCE.

them, and looked forward to having -I 1 we were quite anxious to see if we I saw also that Petal, the worst ing cattle in Florida is a good idea f BLUE STREAK JIM DANDY
some good tender greens to ,would have enough to set about milk stealer in the county, was and that it will be a paying t
eat,'and some to sell on our Road-!J d:j an acre.' The three beds which we getting most of Joy's milk, so we proposition again. The price of RICE GRITS

side Market. But heavy; repeatedrains ,cleaned out are 570 feet long, and had to shut Hope up again. Whenis cattle was too high, and that invited ,t .
Just plastered the tiny J]had! about 1200 plants to the bed, that big lummox Petal going to speculators, and they ruin IBE

seedlings, and right now there is I j and as we had three such beds, .quit,nursing! Just about anything. lbcello39C 51bbag39C
little or nothing show for our ,we should have a lot of runners. I4

work. Except for some weeds on :]But a lot of them died, and some Heard the other day that Tim And speaking about cattle re- E

the tops of the beds which, are ]j have produced very few runners, Blackburn remarked that he can I minds us that we'll soon be graining ',. --
eating up the fertilizer and doing :,so we still don't know if we'll remember when Bradford County j I Happy, so that we can get the -

fine. J 1 have enough. had a spell of rainy weather like rascal good and fat before we With Coupon Worth 20c Inside Pkg. Return
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S e the present one that lasted two butcher him. Gosh, but it makes :Mighty Creesus had no better place for storing his great To Us- YOUR TOTAL Coupon
But there's no use moaning 'n It felt good to finally get start- COST

groaning. Crjlng the blues sure I
won't help any, now, and as aj t|,J pains with setting out each plant surance "FDIC" feature for your savings and our serv- GIANT TIDE 49CAIM
matter of fact, it win Just add I 1]being sure it was not too deep or MOVINGLOCAL i
that much more to the moisture'I 1 1we too shallow. But 'we fussed too ice to the community by making constructive loans.FLORIDA .

hive1 yith us, and personally, :3 much with each plant, cleaning it

we have enough. ".... I Safe GOOD
S e and it was mighty slow work, because PHONE POTATOES

.. T i? Irish potatoes* we planted 11 we were taking them up LONG OR Dependable' 1 e E A t.
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are doing pretty well They are ,,ourselves. toO. S Economical 3
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DISTANCE 2
up on rather high beds, with good R. B. Alvarez OR b; Bags
drainage. But about 69 million So'when someone walking along I I tN 51bbag 33C 41CNO.
insects are working on them now, the highway asked for a Job helpIng -. Agents For TRANSFER AND. 2S0-J 5

and we'll have to dust or they'llbe I we were glad to put her to DeIcher Bros. STORAGE CO. .ue.
ruined. We planted them I II work taking up the plants. We BANK at STARKE I
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where we had our berries last had her drop plants, too and at I
I 2 1-2 GIBBSPORK
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rFBIDAY, OCTOBER 9, IMS, < BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TABKE FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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r some boards that had arsenate on complaint on the Plaintiff
Attorney William D. Morgan,
them over 10 years before. Be SOII CONSERVATION SOT' Clark Building Jacksonville 'ALL TYPES PEST CONTROL
careful with poison materials for Florida
and file the original In the office of
sake of all life. N .E .W-S the Clerk of the Circuit Court On SPECIALIZING IN
A Week At Conference I' or before the
2 day of November 1333; CITRUS GROVE SPRAYING
in the first
.At this writing I am
otherwise
By Bill HaasU the allegations of said
day of the Extension Agents an- Complaint will, be taken as confessed Large or Small
.
by you. ., ,
nual conference. Then you read S. SOIL CONSERVATION '
This notice shall be publishedonce COMPLETE EXTERMINATING SERVICE
this Miss Ross and I will have each week for four consecutive
week in Gainesville with SERVICEThe weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
spent the graph. FOR HOUSEHOLD PESTS AND TERMITES

some 300 other agricultural workers. t .1 Dated this 26 day of September.
1953. Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co.
By Geo. T. Hoggin \OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
Heard Bill Lasseter, vicepresident Board of Supervisors for I At the cattlemen's meeting the Clerk of the Circuit Court 2220 N.V.. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla.
Py! Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
County Agent and editor of the Progressive the Bradford Soil :Conservation other night, Titus Olson, a Dis- 10/2 it 10/23'

Agricultural Extension Senice Fanner, urge us this morningto District held their monthly meet- trict cooperator, leaned back in

keep abreast of and follow ing at Lloyd Green's house, with his chair and told Big Boy Prevatt

Too Much Mold Or Mildew Too Late After Death scientific and research: programsof Chairman Green presiding from that he has made some fine Hairy

Last Sunday morning I went to An ounce of prevention is wortha our experiment stations. He related bed. Also present were Super- Indigo[ hay on the high land he has 1

the closet to get my pair of dark pound of cure. That is more im- how his dad had to make visors V. R. Ferguson, J. B. White on his place at Keystone. "That

green Sunday pants and it looked pressive when you see where a nine round trips per row. and one and Zedra Hamilton; and Bill high land really grows indigo, it's zf. "

like they had been snowed -on. If 'few minutes' haste costs .maybe row at a 'time, to' produce corn. Haas, Soil Conservation Service. waist high", states Titus. ekaof-Scmi t fuMlosfio ototif" *
I Now make two or three round The
you leave a pair of shoes in a close 5200.Noticeable i we District Board of Super;
place for a few days now, you'geta loss of weight withina trips, two and four rows at the .visors is making plans for,introducing Austin Fender, whose place is

experience. You'll proba- few days and loss of one animal time and make several times more i a program of conservation located out on the Lake Butler

bly notice your leather jacket all with several others in critical con-I corn per acre.,We are in a stageof I education into the schools in Bradford Road, is grazing his Pensacola .
Bahia close to
the
covered with mildew. Books on the dition alarmed one of our good I progress I County. An essay and better pastures give

shelf probably have become moldy farmers last week., Bill Fifield, director of Florida I I speaking contest is ,being planned clover plants more growing room.
His soil test showed ,
that he
will
during this wet weather. Taking two affected animals to Experiment Station, gave us a as'part of the program. "If con- ," t e
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have to lime .. ,
not this Austin "..
revealed'that year. >'
the veterinarian glimpse of some of the things that servation is worth practicing on -4- '
Our biggest problem in preventing there was possible poisoning, but are being studied now and that the farm, it's worth teaching, in took that ever-present cigar out -"
this condition in homes is his mouth, pushed back his hat
our of
I the question was, where did they will greatly effect future agriculI the school",was one of the remarks
keeping our clothing, shoes, leath get it? A visit by the veterinariantwo ture. One thing is test in syste-I[made at the.meeting. and said, "It pays to fertilize. I

er-goods, and other things. dry. days later was more convinc- matic treatment of plants which I like to keep my grass a dark green,
Clothes should be clean when I I The FFA boys under the supervision then I know my cows are getting
ing that there was poison some- means vaccinating the young plant, ourNew
stored. Soiled materials will mold of Paul Hitchens have been good feed."
where. Autopsy on one of the animals to prevent insect disease.
quicker. Soiled spots should be I I jutting in a cover crop of Hairy ,
cleaned from mattresses, stuffed proved the same thing. He reminded its that experimental I Indigo and preparing ,the land to Doyle Conner stated that we can

furniture and similar articles. Well, after a search was made, I work is slow but positive inI plant Rescue Grass on the FFA have good cattle and good paSturetut 1
it was found that the cattle had :the end. We were reminded that if we don't handle them
Leather goods should be kept I Bradford Soil Conservation District care- 41
gotten some arsenic that had been we did not have :an $8,000,000 ; Nursery Plot. fully when we take them to marketwe
polished to prevent molding ,left in an old out building. My sweet corn industry in Florida lose.

Books can be painted with a good reason for giving you this is to until DDT came along to preventthe "I The other day Tyler Jones and
lacquer made for the
purpose. encourage CAUTION in thorough- ear worm. That is just one Reddish Andrews were standing ,
You can purchase paint now' for cleaning up and storing poisons example.' He urges us to have I I''in: front of Torode's garage discussing A request for soil and water arrives

inslda terial with a. Materials mold preventive be ma-1 left over.I patience and to keep up with their j jI I cattle and pastures when conservation farm plan was made ne xt

can purrchased was told of an incident today findings. Reddish told Tyler that with a good by Lonnie Crawford on his place

that will help prevent ,moldor where a farmer was losing cattlein I grade of cattle and improved pas- out on the.Raiford Road. Lonnie
mildew but and clean- I
dryness a county about a hundred miles I t First Half Of Split tures, which are fertilized and used, the District's rotocycle mow

liness are the two important fac- from here. A close check disclosed managed right, we should be ableto er to cut down the weeds in his

tors. that the cattle, were licking 'Dove Season Opens I I, get fair prices for our cattle.HAMPTON. pasture.


I Along with the World Series and I ec
v' Marilyn and Walter Rhoden
other exciting events, last week spentlast
saw' the opening of the first half Sunday with their grandfath Beauty! .
SAVE with will ere Gloria Williamson went to Wal
of a split dove season which
do last Sunday.. New Features I
run from Oct. 1 to Oct. 15. The

& second half of the dove season will by Mrs.m.. W. Hammond Mr. Nolin showed the Miam I New Luxury! r

Mutual Insurance run from Dec. 15 through Dec. 29. Herald News Film in our schoo 1 ,

I Hunting of dove is permitted every AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALooking last Thursday We enjoyed il!t New Value!

day during the season, and the over an old recipe book very much.
: until sunset.A All of our teachers and seventyone -
hours are from noon belonging to my mother-in-law
STARKE'S ONLY I Next Thursday-in our showroom-we'll proudly
CONNER BROS. day's bag limit is eight.In lately deceased I came across this of our pupils were in religious
MUTUAL AGENCY services last Sunday. introduce you to the most beautiful Plymouthever
the, second district, of which recipe and would like to pass it
built-THE NEW 1954 PLYMOUTH!
along. Eighth Grade Personalities
Bradford County is a part, deer

Shop Before Buying -- Compare These Savings season runs from Nov, 2 through "Scriptures Cake" James Edward Dyal is the sot It's bigger looking, longer, with brand-new styling While you're here, be sure .
of ,Mr. and Mrs U.
Jan. 7, and turkey season will be 1 cup butter (Judges 5-25)) 2 born in D. Dyal. H e With a new rainbow of colors! Inside you'll to enter the big
from Nov. 20 through Feb. 1. Jeremiah was Hampton and live!
( 3
cups sugar 6-20));
CLASS I with his father see all-new interiors, with a new kind of color-
and mother al t
BUT Bradford, Gilchrist, Alachua, '
1-2 flour
cups (Kings 4-22)); 2 cups "Win NewPlymouth"
Hampton Junction. He is five styling! At the wheel you'll find new 25,000 a
Clay, Union, and parts of Baker raisins, 2 cups figs ))1 Samuel 30- feet per
Public Liability only $29.50 and Columbia Counties are closedto 12)); 1 cup almonds (Genesis 43- three inches tall and weighs nine formance, new driving easel! I
ty-one pounds. James Contest t t
deer and turkey hunting.. In the attend
water
11)); 1 cup (Genesis 24-20)); Come and late! This brilliant
early new
Driver's License Can Be Revoked If Your Are InvolvedIn parts of the district where deer and 6 eggs (Isaiah 10-14)() ); a little salt Sunday school regularly. He dis stay
turkey may be hunted, the first 10 (Leviticus 2-13)); 1 large iron likes cutting weeds but likes to car is loaded with new features, new values, You can win a sparkling new 1954

Accident Without Liability days will be closed thereafter. spoon honey (Exodus 16-31X; set fence posts. He plans to be a and we want you to see all of 'em! Remember, Plymouth FREE) Or a big cash prize!

Shooting hours on deer and turkeyare sweet speces to taste (1 Kings farmer when he grows up. that's next THURSDAY, and you'll ,find a royal It's easyl) Funl! See us Thursday for

from one-half hour before sun- Audrey Raley, Allen Cochrane, welcome in showroom! complete details.
follow
SAVE 20% on All Dwellings and Contents 10-22)); Solomon's advice : our '
Dewill Hersey, Elizabeth
rise to sunset. A day's bag for for making good boys, first clauseof Taylor
SAVE 15% on All Business Property deer is one, and a season's bag is Proverbs 23.14 and ,you will and Doley .Hersey were baptizedlast

SAVE 10-20ft on All Cars& Trucks two. 'Three turkeys (gobblers only have a good cake.' Sunday. They are members
in the 'second district) be of the Hope Baptist church. HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO1
SAVE 30 may
% on Garage & Service Station Liability Mr. and Mrs. Landon Isbell of
For oral
shot during the season with not San Jose, California who have expression the chil- .
more than two day. dren of the second and third
,- ? per spent the past three weeks with grades are telling make believe PHONE 69! 600 Temple Ave. STARKE, FLA.
Quail and squirrel may be legally Mrs. Louise Manire and son, .
Conner Bros. Insurance AgencyDOYLE shot in the second district from Charles left Tuesday morning for stories about the pictures in their .
room. These, two grades have al
Nov. 20 through Feb. 1, with Monday -\ Miami where they will stay until
so enjoyed'studying the cotton
Tuesday and Friday closed after Christmas.
CONNER LUCIAN CONNER plants which the fifth and fourth
after the first 10 days. A day'sbag Miss Brown, after 9 9I
Dimples
grades are in the school .4
I growing
Representing some of America's Highest Rated Companies limit for quail is 10. Ten gray spending several weeks with her yard. This week they are makinga You olwaijs get tne. .
and two fox squirrels may be shot Mr. and Mrs. John H.
,.As Rated by Alfred 31. Best, America's Leading parents box movie about cotton.
during a day's hunting. Parker left for Flint Michigan on
Insurance Authority The eighth grade has finishja
Hunting licenses of all types are
PHONE 285 Friday. unit of study on birds and has I
currently on sale at the countyjudge's
:Mrs. Vera Young and son, Iri i I made an attractive booklet on I

office. vin were: in Jacksonville Monday.Mr. favorite birds. x fbrnemuiee

and Mrs. James Williamsof The second grade is sorry to

DELUXE Brooker have purchased the loose Patsy Rorak. and Donald

Leland Bedenbaugh property on Dedge. They are both moving te

MODEL Magic Chef Range :Main street, and are making re- Starke and will attend schoo]1; \

78 pairs before moving in the latter there. \,

part of the week. There are four .

Williams children going to Hamp- YOU'LL LOVE the nen Ester
N
ton School and two at Starke. brook purse-size fountain pens in

::. Welcome to Hampton Mr. and pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad ,
II' :::: :Mrs. Williams and family, hope FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Exclusive Features that you will like us.
NOTICE OF
INTENTION TO
The Misses Doris and Helen
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMENotice
ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER UNIT Jean, Parker accompanied their is hereby given that the.I
Exclusive! Two top burners and cousin Jimmy White of the Naval undersigned under the provision' :
of Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida,
drip tray rail In one unit. Catches Air Base Jacksonville to his homein Acts of 1941. will register with the cs+v ; f 3 z. F. 1\ir r +

spillovers, lift like a feather, Alabama for the weekend, on Clerk for Bradford of the County Circuit State Court of in Florida and ti /.' -

washes like ,a plat Burners are .ei Tuesday morning the girls left for upon receipt of proof of publica

non-clog simmer-set. Instant, Flint, :Michigan to join their, par- tion name of of this The notice Barry Restaurant the fictitioui un

automatic top lighting ents Mr. and Mrs. H. Parker who der which we are engaged in buss
several week .I ness pn U. S. Highway 301 south ol
have been there for >4'l ri
SUING OUT BROILER I I Starke. Fla. Sole owners Michae ,
"I.m..j Mr. and Mrs. John Eddy and son (I Barry and Ruby Barry Starke. Fla
Exclusive! Open the door And the 'l Rev. Harry Eddy of Waldo and' Dated this 2nd day of October :::: /

'broiler swings out. ready In use. Mr. and Mrs. Horace May attend- I A.D.County. 195J.Florida.at Starke Bradforc
Convenient, smokeless. Fun to fix
'ed church at Ethionath rimitive 10/2 4t 10/2:! \
sizzling, savory steaks.GUARANTEED. I
Baptist Church Sunday where NOTICE TO APPEUIn

Rev. Eddy is Pastor.Mr. Circuit Court. Bradford Covet .,
Florida !. Chmmrrrr.
Each range Is guaranteed for one and :Mrs. Emory Brown and Comalea A. Rich. Plaintiff vs. Jos A

year against defect In workman- son attended a family celebrationat eph J. Rich Defendant.
Case 10-03!9
N'o.
ship or material. Burners are Earleton Beach Sunday in honorof
Notice To Appear
guaranteed for life. Mrs. Brown's sister and broth- To: Joseph! J. Rich where reM< in its field
x er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. McMultywho dence Barnes and Company.address Bristol.is: c/o Conn.Wallace from the premiur gasofiflelirst

recently returned from Korea You are hereby notified that s j
suit for
'and Japan.
Divorce. custody and control o i]
Master Wayne Jackson of minor children. alimony an d
in the South
CROWN EXTRA is refined
Priced As Low As Gainesville spent Sunday after- costs
has been filed against you in th I'' sold
motorists and by a
Southern
noon with his grandparents, Mr. above named Court and cause an< for
and Mrs. W. N. Jackson.Mr. you are required to serve a copy o J Southern company. The superiorhe
your answer or pleading to t
and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and base stock, currently changed to fit the season,
Mrs. Marion Crews of State Farm
Plus correct balance of all seven
i assqres
were shopping in Gainesville Sat- : \
,
2O5 Your urday.Mr.. \ high-performance qualities:
ATTENTION
Old and Mrs. Donald McMa-
Quick-starting
Range hone were shopping in Jacksonville -
r Friday.Mr. If You Have R Fast warm-up .

and Mrs. M. L. 'Watterson.Mr. High anti-knock
NO MONEY DOWNUSE
and Mrs. Donald McMahoneand TIMBER TO SELL Full power

YOUR OLD RANGE son. Donnie spent several PINE OR CYPRESS Clean engineoperationLong
days,last week with Mr. and Mrs. I mileage
FOR DOWN PAYMENTCompletely Archie! Eiland at Homasassa.
Large or Small Tracts
TUNE IN ON WRUF Mrs. Ellen Saxon has been confined I Vapor-lock prevention

FOR Installed for over a week 'with a {We Buy All I r Try CROWN EXTRA! You will get the
lame knee.
finer performance ,you expect and
SONS OF THEPIONEERS LONG TERMS TO PAY Rev. J. B. Dixon of Jacksonville PAY TOP PRICES i '
former Pastor of the Chris- i realize why it is the leader in its field!

Payments As Low As $S.7i'Per Month tian Church in Hampton will .

preach here Sunday.Rev. .
Write Call
or
Boyle a former resident \

Daily 12:30: 12:15 1 CYLINDER GAS FREE !V !I Hampton Saxon Friday.called on. Mrs. Ellen B1THOMASLUMBER a


Mrs: Jessie Chastain was a re- I


CENTRAL FLA. 'GAS & APPLIANCE CO. I cent Linda business SCHOOL Brookins caller NEWS in visited Palatka.lier PHONE 211JP. CO. : I II


I I brother Rex in Jacksonville on 0. Box 735 STANDARD OIL COMPANY I

Sunday. Percy Sullivan Jr. visited STARKE, FLA.
_PHONE 301 a STARKE FLA. (KENTUCKY)
,
l relatives in Palatka and Green I I

Cove Springs over the weekend. ,

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Growth Marine Recruiter\ fayette SL, Starke. Fla. Sole owners '-'weeks in the Bradford Connty 1'eleI I Complaint win be 'taken ,'
as con By Marian L.
.
# : Walter R. Miller and wife Char graph. Crosby Deputy ClerkCharles Case No. 10-090 Florida I* Ctaawrvy.Barbara .
I reined by you. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life .tJce'T. Avpeav ShaddV PUtliff. vs. Leoahadd
Sets The Pace Here On Tuesdays lotte Starke M.Fla.Dated Miller.. 450 Lafayette, St. U53.Dated this 2) day of September. I one This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published Bldg., Jacksonville, Florida.. r To Michael- D; Varls. whose residence Defendant Case No. 10-029

this 2nd day of October, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Baroy weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Attys. for Pit. io/j it 10/2J and address ia: S70 Columbus 1 ottceTe' A-DDftws
For Entire Nation A.D.. Clerk Avenue. New York N. Y. To Leon ShaM whose last known
1S53. at Starke. Bradford. County of the Circuit Court graph. I. CIremit :
1L Sgt. Harlan W. Meserve, Marine Florida. By:: Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. Dated. this 1ft day of September Florida I.Court.. Bradford. County Tom are- hereby notified that a residence and address is: 20th Air
recruiter from. Jacksonville 10/2 4t 10/23 pIn 4t 10/16 1S5J. Ckaarery suit forDivorce Police Squadron.AJ 120 c/o Post
Doris
J.
: The development of Florida, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Morgan Plaintiff. vsJos- master 'ewYork.. Mew York.
each
will visit the Starke area eph. E. :Morgan DefendantCase
2 measured statistically shows a NOTICE TO APPEAB Clerk of the Circuit Court. h j> been filed against you In the You are hereby notified that a
Tuesday during October to inter- la' Ctremit Comrt Bradford C.Bntrf NOTICE TO APPEAR By Marian L. Crosby Deputy:: Clerk. Order Of A.d'No 10-106 atove named Court and' cause and alt for
Publication
- rate of growth which outstrips .view for the Marine riarldai I. CIt.a .ry. I. Circuit C..rt. Bradford Co aty, 9/18.41 10la /' NoticeTo you- are required to serve a copy of Divorce
national in all major applicants' Frederick Nolan Clifton Plaintiff, Florldai I. Chancery.' .tppearState, ,Or Florida Toe your answer or pleading to the hu teen filed against yon In the
E. ,
Joseph
averages I Morgan whose
? Wilhelmina Katherine Anne residenceand complaint on the Plaintiff above and and
Corps. VS. Clifton. Joseph Perry. Plaintiff vs. CbvB.it Cort. Bradford County, named Court cause
aspects. Meserve announces that the Defendant. ,Case No. 10-058 Perry Defendant Case. No. 10-082 Florida !. Chancery. address is: Unknown.You Attorney Evan '1'. Evans, ifts: you are required to serve a eopy of
Sgt. 1 Ice Ta Appear Notice To Appear. Elwyn Merle Batchelor, Plaintiff are required' to appear on Law Exchange- Bui1din.ra: k your answer or pleading to the -
Florida's gains stem from as age limits for male applicants are I To: Wilhelmina Katherine Clifton, To: Anne Perry. whose residenceand ,B. Mildred Helen Viturale Terczyak Nerember 2, 1353.. In the above sonville Florida complaint on. the Plaintiff

.,. wen as contribute to its population 17 to 32 inclusive, and for women whose residence and address Is: address is: 160 Washington .Batchelor, Defendant. named Court and cause wherein and fill the origmar in inc office of Attorney J. Donald Gibson, 22$
Seaford. Delaware. Avenue. Coytesville New Jersey. plaintiff seeks divorce. Custody and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
East Jacksonville
Street
2 growth, the Florida State Chamber applicants, 18 to 35 inclusive.- You are hereby notified that a You are hereby notified that a I.1 Case No. 10-107 control of minor child. Bradford IIr'before the .. Forsyth Florida.

of Commerce pointed out yesterday "Many advantages 'are offeredto Suit for Divorce suit for Divorce has been filed Order Of Publication And Notice County Telegraph shall publish this 2 day of November.1953 and file the original the office of
T. Appears State Of Florida Tot
't Fmm 1340 to mid-1953 has been filed against you in the against you in the above named Mildred Helen Viturale I Order In next tour weekly issues. otherwise the allegations of said the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
who
qualified men and women above named Court and cause and !;or.rt and cause and you are required 1 Terczyak "'Itnessmy hand and official Complaint will be taken as! confess or before the
the population--of the state in- Join the Marines,"''he added. Persons yon are required to serve a copy of to serve a cOPT of your an- Batchelor whose residence and address seal at Starke.. Florida, this October : d by-you. i 195J
of
is 14 Coomes day November ;
: Street Springfield
your answer or pleading to the swer or pleading to the complaint 1, 1953. This notice shall ae publishedonce
creased 77 per cent as comparedwith desiring additional Information complaint on the Plaintiffs on the Plaintiffs Attorney. Massachusetts: (OFFICIAL.EAL) Charles A..Darby each week for four consecutive otherwise the allegatrona: of said
the nations 21 per cent gala are invited to' visit him at Attorney Evan '1'. Evans, 103 T. Frank Landrum. Starke, You are required to appear on As Clerk of said Court weeks in the Bradford County Telerraph. Complaint ed will be taken as confess.
Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville Florida, and file the original in the November !. U53. in the above nam- By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk by' yowThis _
Other growth, measures of Flo the post office in Starke on Tues Florida office of the Clerk of the Circuit ed Court and cause. wherein plaintiff Charles K. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life Dated this26' dayof September, notice shall be published

r da. 1940 through 1952, with comparable days from 10: a. m. to 4:30 p. m and file the original In the officeof Court on or before the 26 day of October : seeks divorce. Bradford County E'ldg.. Jacksonville, Florida I 1953- once weeks each in week for four consecutive
the Clerk of the Circuit Courton 1953 otherwise the allega- Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Attys. for Plf. 'the Bradford County Tele- _
; 10/ 4t 10/23
national gains are givenin or before the tions of said Complaint will betaken next four weekly issues. ___ (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb graph. _
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dated
this weeks. business review of 19 day of October. 1953; as confessed by you. Witness my uana and official NOTICE TO APPEAR By Marian L. Ctosby. Deputy Clerk 1953. this 30 day of September -

the State Chamber's research and L. F. Smith Jr. Otherwise the allegations of said This notice shall be published seal at Starke, Florida, this October IB Clrea.lt Court Bradford .County, 10/2 4t 10/2, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby -_ _
,
1 1953.
Complaint will be taken as con' once each week for four consecutive Florida l la Chancery.
Industrial division. Bank resourcesIn : To Manage Santa Fe fessed by you. weeks In the Bradford County Tele (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Violet E. Vans, Plaintiff. vs. Ml.. NOTICK--TO'APPEAR By Marian Clerk of the Circuit Court. _
This notice shall %. publishedonce : graph. As Clerk of said Court chael D. Vans, Defendant. IB Circuit Court, L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. _
398 Bradford County,
Florida .were UD- -oer cent Forest each week for four consecutive! Dated this 23 day of September. 10/% 4t lOin _
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Project -
and 206 per cent nationally. Florida : I weeks in the Bradford County Tele-S 1953. S ------- -

graph. (OFFICIAL SEAL).Charles. A. Darby -
retail sales gained 414 :
per I Leonard F. Smith Jr., for- ..Dated... this 14 day of September, Clem or tne circuit: uour: : !
cent as compared with 289 per I3 t. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. BUILT OX QUALITY AT THE TOP OF !
merly of Starke, has been appointed (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 9/25 4t 10/16 THE'SQUAB :
i
cent nationwide. Life insurance GROWING ON VALUE
Clerk of the Circuit Court. IN GAINESVILLE
farm forester of the new San- _
in force in Florida was 307 percent By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
ta Fe cooperatiie Forest Manag- 9/18 4t 10/9
more in 1952 than in 1940 and IB Circuit Q>>urt. Bradford CountyFlorida
ment Project, under the directionof IB Chancery.
up 139 per cent throughout the the Florida Forest 'Service. NOTICE TO APPEAR Anna Betty Seaman, Plaintiff, vs .
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la Circuit Court Bradford CouBty,
nation. Florida's gross postal receipts Harry E. Seaman, Defendant.Case
Smith has been with the service Florida IB Cbaaeery.Adam No. 10-065
grew 232 cent while I Plaintiff. :Maria
per Drzymala.
Notice To Appear.To .
since August, 1950, and for the :
: national receipts.increased 155 Drzymala Defendant.Case ; Harry E. Seaman, whose residence -
percent I past 28 months has been an area : No. 10-066 and address te: Drake Hotel, ITS OUR BIRTHDAYBUT
Gross cash farm income in i forester 'at the Blackwater River. Notice To Appears Spruce Street Philadelphia, Penn
Florida was 307 per cent Jmre'' To: Maria Drzymala, whose resi- sylvania.You .
YOU
State Forest in West Florida dence and address is: 198 Vernon are, hereby notified that a GET THE PRESENTS
and the nation's.farmers. received Smith's headquarters will be in Avenue, Brooklyn, New York suit for .
295 per cent more. You are hereby notified that a Divorr
I Gainesville and he assumed his suit for has been filed against you In the

Although total income of Floridians -, new duties on October 1. As farm Divorce above named Court and cause ana
increased 354 has been filed against you in the you are required to serve a copy of
per cent as forester for the Santa Fe Project above named Court and cause and your answer or pleading to the complaint <
compared with the'national of 237 he will serve landowners in, Alach- you are required to serve a copy of on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT
your answer or pleading to the complaint Frank Landrum, Starke,
cent the income of
,
capita
per per ua and Gilchrist counties who want on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT Florida

Floridians fell slightly below the with their woodland manage Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. and file the original in the office of
help
national average gain of 185 percent and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on HERE IS YOUR CHECK LIST OF BARGAINS IN OUR
ment problems., the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or or before the 19 day of October,
A native of Starke, Smith at- before the 19 day of October, 1953; 1953; otherwise the allegations of
otherwise the allegations of said
said Complaint will be taken as confessed -
There were 135 per cent more tended Bradford High School. He Complaint will be taken as confessed by you.

passenger cars registered in Florida graduated from the University ,of by you This notice shall be published 79th ANNIVERSARY SALE
notice be
This shall publishedonce once each week for four consecutive
and 60 per cent more on the Florida School of Forestry in 1949 each week for four consecutive weeks in the Bradford County. Tele-

nation's highways. Florida truck and worked a year with the Georgia weeks in the Bradford' County Tele- graph.
graph. Dated this 16 day of September
and tractor registrations were' up Forestry Commission before Dated this 16 day of September, 1953.

150 per cent, nationally 101 percent joining the,Florida Forest Service. 1953.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)tne Charles Circuit A. Darby Court To celebrate the 79th Men's famous brand Little girls $3-$5 Ladies' $40-$45() woolen

Electric power productionin During World War II, Smith spent Clerk of the Circuit Court. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Anniversary of our I I
I suits 20% OFF dresses . $2.49 Fall coats . $34.90
Florida increased 462 per cent 33 months in the Army. By. Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk C 9/18 4t 10/9 founding- we of Wil- -

and 219 per cent nationally. Manu -_ 9/18 4t 10/9 sai's offer over $100- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

cent below the 1940 cut. NOTICE TO APPEAKn NOTICE TO APPEAR 000 worth of top qual-
8
facturing payrolls gained 403 percent was per
Circuit I la Circuit Court Bradford County Men's Children's Ladies
28 Court. Bradford County, merchandise from $4.98 gabardine I corduroy top style $10.98
in Florida and 307 per cent National production rose percent Florida!' IB ChanceryaMarie Florida In Chancery. ity

throughout the nation. Federal S. Jannace. Plaintiff vs. Alfred .Tune Elaine Johnson Collins Plaintiff the world's leading sport shirts $3.99Men's overalls $1.29Children's dresses . $7.99
Dean Collins, Jr..
Jannace Defendant. I vs. Adolph
Internal revenue collections in Case No. 10-059 Defendant. Case No. 10-068 merchandise marts, every _ _ _ _ _
Florida grew 1031 per cent duringthe NOTICE OF IXTEXTIOX TO Notice To Appeari Notlee To Appear.To stick and stitch of '
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME To: Alfred Jannace whose residence : Rele A. D. Collins. Jr., USN it at bargain prices.Every 5987.98 Fall polo shirts Famous Gossard girdles
period with 831 that the ,
compared per Notice Is hereby given and address is: Unknown.You whose residence and address is:

cent nationally. undersigned, under the provisionsof Florida. are, hereby notified that a'NATU (Comm) School NAVPHI- department In slacks . $4.99 reg. $1.19 . .. $1 bras 99c to $8.99
Chapter 20.95J Laws of suit for BASE, Little Creek. !Norfolk Virginia.
Contrasting highly with these Acts of 1941. will register with the Divorce the store Is participating '

gains an4 pointing to the need for, Clerk of the Circuit Court In and forr.radford has been filed against you in the You are hereby notified that a in this great an- '
Count, State of Florida, above named Court and cause and suit for Beautiful
continued forest conservation nnual thrift event. Men's famous dress Girls $15-520 printed drapery
I upon receipt of proof of publication you are required to serve a copy of Divorcehas

practices, Florida's 1951: lumber. of of Miller-Baker this notice, the Co.. under fictitious which name we your answer on the or Plaintiffs'pleading to Attorney the complaint above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the Beautiful ..glfSrotuor white shirts $2.29Men's coats . $12.99 fabrics 77c yd.

,cut (the, latest available figure) are engaged in business at 450 LaGS Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Exchange you are required to serve a copy of wear for 10ou _ _ "_ _ _ _ _
Building, Jacksonville, your answer or pleading to the children for the men

-. Florida complaint on the Plaintiff's folk ... Icr.'ely things 2503.50 silk Sub-teen girls $5-$6 $1.59 solid color pinwale -
Attorney T. Frank Landrum
I and file the original in the office of

That's Our BusinessIf the before Clerk the of 19 the day Circuit of October Court, on 1953 or: and Starke.file the Florida original In the officeof for your, linens home, beddin, draperies ties . . . 99c skirts . $3.49 ,I corduroy $1.19 yd.

otherwise the allegations of said the Clerk of the Circuit Court on blankets .. and if
It's Glass We Have It! Complaint will be taken as confessed or before the yvn
by 19 day of October. 1953; sew, nice fabrics ol Luxurious
CALL WRITE or VISIT This you notice shall be published otherwise the allegations of said description Boy's Beacon blanket Teen girls $5-$6 $4.98-$7.98

once each week for four consecutive Complaint will be taken as con- nearly every robes $3.99Boy's sweaters $3.99-$4.99 woolens $2.77 yd. ,i
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- fessed by you. ... all at worthwhile . ,
Glass Co
Joe Peters graph. This notice shall be publishedonce savings. 11
Dated this 15 day of September. each week for four consecu-
1953. tive weeks in the Bradford County convenience, All famous brand .
For
FOR ANY GLASS NEED your $3.98-6.98 dress $2.98 plasticalf
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Telegraph. = c
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ..
'Vi Design Modern Store Fronts Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dated this 16 day of September, Wilson's Is open all slacks $2.99-$4.99 bags . $1.99 sheets 20% Q -

By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk 1953. day every Wednesday, _ _ _
Just Mail Us A Pattern for SEAL Charles A. _ _ _ _
9/18 4t 10/9 (OFFICIAL ) Darby and every Friday evening -
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Table Tops NOTICE 'APPEAR By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk til 9 p.m. Tase ad- Famous Birdseye diapers Lades: nice pearl $1 1.49 plastic fitt
IB Circuit Court, Bradford Cou 9/18 4t 10/9 this added
ty of
318 N. W. 13th Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353CONFIDENTIAL vantage
St. .
Florida IB Chancery.Charles shopping time.CiU reg. $2.49 $1.99 doz. neck.laces. . 89c mattress covers ,99t',
I
Granitz, Plaintiff vs. :Mary NOTICE TO APPEAR .
Granitz, Defendant. IB Circuit Coart.'Br.dford County
Case No. 10-083 \ >e in and visit us.
d Florida IB Chancery.Paris
Notice To AppearsTo Beltson Plaintiff vs. Rose- Bring your. family. Boxed Pepparell crib Ladies nylon stockings $5.98 corduroy chenille

$ and :address Mary Granitz is: Deutcl, whose residence lInlhof, mary Beltson, Defendant.Case,No. 10-067 Meet your friends blankets . $1.99 12 pair .. .. 79c pr bedspreads $3.99

UP Austria. Notice To Appear.To here. Have fun! And _ _ _ _ _ _ _
You are hereby notified that a : Rosemary Beltson whose residence save! Remember ... .
suit for and address is: 1195 Campbell Textron electric $6.98 famous Texfoam
iOOprrrrflrs Divorce
TO has AvenueWest Haven, Connecticut ITS OUR BIKIHD.1.29 white or pastel
been filed against you tn the
rubber bed
You are hereby notified that a blankets pillows I
above
named Court and cause and
BUT YOU GET THfc
; Suit for Divorce and ratificationof
O LOM you your are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of separation agreementhas PRESENTS. crib sheets . 99c $19.95 ( plus tax) $4.99

complaint on the Plaintiff; been filed against you in the
: tbove named Court and
T. Frank Landrum : cause and
S SSSSSSSSSS Attorney .
Starke, Floridaand you are required to serve a copy o

file the original in the office of your complaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to tht YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO W RITE OR CALL AND ASK FOR YOUR
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

or before 26 day the of October, 1953; Attorney Starke, Florida T. Frank Landrum, OWN CHARGE ACCOUNT AT WILSON. 'S. .OR TO BUY ON OUR BRAND NEW

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otherwise the allegations of salS of the Clerk original of the Circuit Courton LAY-AWAY PLAN DOWfo $1 A WEEK FOR EACH $10 PURCHASE
Friendly Service Complaint will > e taken as coniess2d $1 .
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i FRIDAY OCTOBER 9, 1953 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE NINE

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Church of God: ceived many lovely gifts as a ruined everything but thank .. .
memento of the occasion. Bubble heavens the sun is shining once ... _. _. .C. ._-_.:-' .. n .__ .. '_- A A_ 1)'"
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning gum was given as favors. more. It is a welcome sight.
Worship 11 sun.. Evening Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ellis recently Sure glad to see Mr. and Mrs.
JCHURCHES Service 7:30 pjn. YPE Service returned from a three-day Downey at church Sunday. Mr. SUPER DOPER WEEK END SPECIALS !
Tuesday 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting business trip to Miami. They say Downey hasn't been feeling well
7:30 p.m. Thursday. that Miami was nearly as wet as lately. .
Bradford County. "'..'''_.
Lawtey Mrs. Elva Lee Jones and son
Sunday School 10 a.m.'Morning Raymond Crosby and T. N. Nor- William and family of Litha and
Methodist Church Presbyterian Church Worship 11 ajn. YPE Servo man made a business trip to Ta- William Morgan 'and soninlawand

Saturday 7:30 vares last week. daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 7w
ing p.m. :::s
Church School 945: a.,m. Morning Friday. Oct. 9. 3:30 p.m., Junior : .
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Sure was sorry to hear of the Keene and children, also of Litha, :::
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( Choir Practice. ::::
I Worship 11 o'clock, "What is HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH illness of Joe Norman of Gaines- were visiting Mrs. Jones' mother ==
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn-
, : the purpose of the Church?" THERESSA ville. He was recently dismissed Aunt Maggie Norman, over the
11 "Christian
ing Worship a.m.
Senior and Intermediate MYFa Youth Fellowship Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preaching from the hospital and is recu- weekend.Mrs. .

6:30 p., m. Evening service 7:30 i 6:30 forgiveness., Margaret Rose Duncan, Service 11 a. m.; Training perating at the home of his sister, J. R. Kelly underwent a

., p. m. "Christ Seeks You". I I program p-m.chairman. Evening Worship Union ,7 p. m.; Evening Service Mrs. Maude Morris. major operation at St. Vincent's
All children 6-12 are invited to 7:30 p.m. "Back from Death.: 8 p. m. Little Julius Jones celebratedhis hospital Monday. The last report srests
7 the Children's Hour conducted Next Tuesday through Thursdaythe "A church earnestly contending birthday last Sunday with a from her was that she was doing
.each Wednesday afternoon at minister will be attending a for the Faith which was once delivered lovely dinner. His grandparents, fine.Glad
\ 3:15.: meeting of the Synod of Floridaat unto the Saints." -Jude the Eddie Normans, and his uncle to see Buie Crosby and
the First Presbyterian Church, 3. A welcome awaits you. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Shirley Crawford of Jacksonvilleat

Church ef Christ Sarasota.On Merle Packman, pastor Jones and daughter Carolyn,.! church Sunday night. They 152 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.
helped Julius celebrate. were visiting Buie's folks, the O,
Tuesday 13, circles of
Oct.
Comer 10th and McM oa.Prt&ch1ngll CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
the Women of the Church will meet!, DAY SAINT Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Ellis were C.Crosbys. Prices Good Thru Sat., Oct. 10
A. M. and 7:8. at 8 p.m. a* follows: Circle One LATTER I pleasantly surprised last Sunday Thought for the week-Humble
P.M. with Mrs."B. C. Holtzendorf Sr., Services each Sunday in old Ma- afternoon when Mr. and Mrs. D. yourselves in the sight of the

( Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud Mrs. Edna S. Prevatt, Bible Leader sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday M. Secar of Midland, Texas drop- Lord, and He shall lift you up. Chase & SanbornCOFFEE (Limit 1 with $5.00 Food Order!
each Wednesday 7:30F. M. Circle Two with Mrs. Claude School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv- ped in to see them. The Secars James 4:10.: )
Bible School-10 A. M. Crowson, Mrs. Jack 'Dempsey, ice 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. were old< friends of me Elhsesand MTTTVTTTTyVTTTTffVVTTVT LbCan
Bible leader. had not seen them for sev- 19C

WOODLAWN MISSIONARY Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 HEILBRONN eral years. E CAKES
BAPTIST CHURCH p.m. third study in "Jacob's Ladder BAPTIST CHURCHSunday Tiny and Lucille Lovell and
LAWTEY, FL.10 \. 8 house guests Mr. and Mrs. John E FOR SPECIAL
Adult Choir practice p.m.
I School 10 a.m. Preach- Pugsley of Riverhead, N. Y. and OCCASIONS ALL BRANDS
a.m. Sunday' School, 11, a.m., ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 Mrs. Freddie Watterson visited (Limit 6 with $5.00 Food Order)

preaching. 6:15 BTU 6:43 prayer At The Tabernacle p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer Silver Springs one day last week. Birthdays 'VeddingsAnniversaries. Tall Cans 3
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service 7 o'clock song services Etc. MILK I L
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pm. :Mrs. Pugsley will be rememberedhere 3
7:30 evening services. The first in a series of chart
Rev. J. Lingerfelt, pastor. as Beatrice Barnes. Baked byMOELLER'S
studies was presented at the Tab-
Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs.
BAKERY 2 M
ernacle last Friday night by Mis-
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ]Betty Kirby were in Jacksonville
sionary W. S. Poehner, formerlyof Ocala, Fla.
I :Mrs. com- Vacuum
Saturday. Kirby was PackedASTOR
South America now living near BAYLESS HIWAY ;pleting arrangements for her overseas Orders Taken atC .
REVIVALMEETING Raiford. These studies will be con- r
flight to Germany to join LbCan
tinued this Friday and those in- LOVETT'SAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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hubby Sgt. Kirby.
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terested in prophasy are cordially by Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA The heavy rains have almost ,

invited to,attend. ,
Among other visitors to the -
Sunday services were Mr. and Rev. Henry Martin of Starke DONALD DUCKSALAD
BEGINS AT. Mrs. L. D. Sacher of Park of the filled the pulpit at Bayless Hiway 9-PIECE

Palms, Mr. Sacher taking part in Sunday morning and evening witha Pint
the services.An large crowd present.The .
JohnstownBaptist morning DRESSING
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unusual program is being Training Union honored
prepared by the leader of the Rev. and Mrs. Gwin with a fare- LIVING ROOM GROUP ,
!1 Church Youth Meeting for this Saturday well dinner Thursday evening at
night Bayless Hiway. A delicious fried Stokely's FinestORANGE
chicken dinner with'all the trim-

Monday, Oct. 5th Christian ChurchBible I mings was enjoyed by all. Was 95 :
Mrs. Wanda Crews ana sister 1 JUICE 46-0 2SC
7:30 P.M School 9:45: a.m. Wor- I Miss Mary Alyce Crosby were 169.95 I

ship Services 11 a.mm. and 7:30 hostessess at a miscellaneous I I

Through Oct. llth I p:m.Prayer Meeting each Wednesday shower honoring Mrs. Lavon Crosby 139 -- -, .. _._ _
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With 7:30 p.m. J. E. Sherwood!. last Monday night at the homeof NOW .. .-'- ,- .--- --.. .-. -. .. .. .. -' ..
Minister. Miss Crosby. About 25.ladies
Rath Luncheon
enjoyed this affair with the -y Donald Duck Peanut

St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. hostesses and honored guest. 0 Sofa Bed
Games were enjoyed and Mrs.
Raymond E. MacBlain Crosby received many lovely gifts.,
PlatformRocker MEAT
Schedule of Services BUTTER
Delicious refreshments were serv-

V e. > SUNDAYS ed by the hostessess.: Throw Rug

9:45: a.m., Church School. 11 Mrs. \Roman Alvarez honored Cocktail
tin., Morning Prayer & Sermon; Mrs. Mary Lou DuBose, a recent Coffee Table
6:30: p.m.. Young People's. Service bride, with a lovely shower Tuesday Chair 72-oz 39C /2-oz <* rc
League night at her home. The dining ,- 9 2 End
HOLY COMMUNION1st. table and living room were Hassock

Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- decorated with fall flowers. The Tables .
7:30 gifts were displayed in the dining Table Lamp I
a.m. -
day FRIDAY room. Appropriate games were .. 'n -- _:.... .n, -_- _: > 'c'n ... .: _'_:.. .. '_.- 0" :.,4t1. :U;, '::4:
7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. played and at the end of the eve- COME: IN AND SEE THIS BARGAIN TODAY

8 Choir Rehearsal. ning delicious refreshments were I I
p.m. U. S. "CHOICE" "Good"
served. Mrs. DuBose was given or Eat-Rite Beef --
the covered dish to her selected
D o: Edward's Church china by the hostess. CHUCK
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. Mrs. O. E. Crosby entertainedwith PHONE I STARKE ROAST.b S 39c
Weekday Mass T:30 am. ,
a birthday party honoringher FLA.
k a Children's Class Saturday 11 80 .
granddaughter Carla Dean ..
Dr. R. J. Barber a. m. Keystone Heights Bailey on her seventh anniversary. HICKORY SWEETSLICED
Outdoor games were enjoyed by
EVANGELISTOUTSTANDING (Women's dub) the youngsters during the after- Lb
Sunday Mass 8 a. m.
noon. Refreshments were served .. BACON 69C
Confessions before all Masses. by Mrs. Crosby. Carla Dean re-I .. ---. > ',-' .- -', ..,,- -
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FAITH BAPTIST CHURCHLAWTEY
From Danville, Va. FLA.
U. S. "CHOICE" Grade, Square Cut
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach-
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Don't Fail To Hear This A. B. Massey, pastor.SE"E'TII ,
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Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sab- Lb
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Morning Service 11 a.m.
PASTOR Evening Service 7:30 p.m. OLE CHEE lEE
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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE
FLORIDA 'rODYn<..... ___ ____
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Rites Last Friday Rotary Speaker ]Drivers Licenses Small Arms TrainingFor Hugh Rahn of Raif ord. This notice shall b. published 1953.

1" TornadoesH For T. K. McClane, Sr. Praises TeachingAs I Now Total 4,652With Police Officers had Mr.as and their Mrs.guests James last W.Thursdayand Thomas weeks eraph.once each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tel.- OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL J of )the Charles Circuit A.Court.Darby

By Marian
Former ResidentFuneral A Profession the 30 deadline Under Way At PrisonA Friday, Evelyn's parents, Rev. Dated this 2S day of September L. Crosby r 9/25*outy 4t Clerk.10/18
Sept.
Continued from one past, .
page and Mrs. C. A. Crosby, of Linden. -a_ a .:;..., a
total of 4,625,1953-54 driver's licenses -
yard on a quarterback sneak. services for Thomas K. G: Ballard Simmons of the Col- a have been sold by the county two weeks training program Rev. Crosby brought the morning -

:Maltby coverted this time and Pa- 'McClane: Sr. of 319 S. Marion St., lege of Education, University of office. to began last Monday. at the Fla.! message, at the Associational Rally
judge's According
l tka held a 13-0 lead. Lake City were conducted Friday Florida, spoke at the Rotary dub Betty Ann Phillips, office clerk State ,Prison Farm at 8:00 a. m.' at Heilbronn Springs on Friday. DEEP FREEZE BABY BEEF

The Tornadoes came back on afternoon at,2 o'clock in the Sher- Wednesday, urging that effortsbe the driving permits being sold according to L. F, Chapman Supt. Evelyn was also re-elected pres-

the ensuing kickoff, showizg' lot rill Funeral. Home Chapel, Lake made to interest more young only The entire two weeks will be devoted ident of the New River Associa- 'Slaughtered to order. Pick '
now are to delinquents (who have your out the one like.
.
City. Officiating ministers were people In teaching as a profession.He to Small Arms Training tion "for the coming at this -you
of determination and on two com year 'Ve invite to visit
to pay an extra $I fee) and to you and inspect the conditions
pleted Patray passes to' Teston Dr.. Allen J. Freeman, pastor of said that demand for teach- those passing their driver's consisting of lectures, demonstrations time. She was presented a gold which with. !
persons meat is
,: and Rivers, marched to Palatka'a the First Baptist Church and ers greatly exceeds the supply examination.Of and actual firing on .the W. M. U. pin by Mrs. S. E. Sparkson your handled.

39 yard line. Here, however, charlie Chaplain James Burris of the and pointed out that if Florida range.C. behalf of the association durIng PRICES VERY REASONABLE
< the total licenses sold there
Williams, covering Teston, Veterans Hospital. ", had not imported so many teachers A.' Smitty Brown, retired the meeting.
, reached out and palled in'Patray's Mr. McClane; died suddenly from outside the state in recent were: 3,748 operator's; 664 regularchauffeur's Police Officer from the Tampa Vance Russ plans to return to

pass on his own 22 yard line, and Wednesday, Sept. 30, as there- ,years, the situation here ; 12 special chauffeur'scarriers Police Dept. and Chesler L. Coons his home in Apopka on Friday.He SANTE FE STOCK FARMPhone

picking his blockers well went sult of a heart attack. He would would be critical. ( of persons and property); Lt. U. S. N. (Retired) are the in- has been spending several

:.a, i i 78 yards up for'the last touchdown. have been 83 .years old on October, The speaker stated that teacher 34 restricted: temporary operator'sfor structors. Brown held the National weeks in Brooker visiting with Keystone Heights 3571 or P 0. Starke, Fla.
learners
20
) restricted
"' The Tornadoes never put a hand salaries in Florida are now high ( ; oper- Pistol Championship for two sons, Ernest and Wilson and their
23.Mr.
on Williams, as the defense blocked McClane was a native of enough to begin to attract more ator's (ages'14-16); and four du years and at one time held and families.

the Tornadoes actually off-their. Knox County, Term and moved to young people to teaching as a plicates. co-held twenty-seven national Mrs. Reed Lewis and daughter
.
feet. ," Lake...City in 1942 from ,Gainesville profession,'and he said this shouldbe awards. Lt. Coons served over 32 Reeda were in GainesvUle on business -

Mim Skoofalas, line backer and He had many friends: in called, to their attention. Florida Dr. Chris CarrattOn years in the Navy and in 1951 was last Tuesday. Mrs. Lewis WINKLER( ELECTRIC

". defensive signal ,caller was the Starke, having been a frequent is able to draw teachers from Stetson FacultyDr. coach of a Naval Pistol team and and Mrs. Carol Atkinson, were SERVICE

;.t outstanding man on the field on visitor here during the years that i' other states because salaries here in 1952 was captain of a ,Navy shopping in Starke last Saturday.Mr. ------ _

defense., his son, T. K. McClane Jr., was are the highest in the Southeast, Chris A. Carratt, son of Pistol team which entered several and Mrs. Raymond Gano -,--
-
-L Statistics- I county agricultural agent. He also Simmons said.T. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carratt of National matches. Both are out- had as their Friday night guests rel/ITH.

BBS PHS..was .a resident of Starke at one H Slad, president of the Starke-- has joined the faculty of standing instructors and are doing son, Ovid and family of Swan

,.' 1st downs _____ __ 3 15 time.A. Starke C of C spoke briefly urg- Stetson University, Deland, as as- a wonderful job. Lake. Their weekend guests were

: Yds.. scrimmage' .._ 1'1 281 veteran of the Spanish American ing that the Rotary Club sponsora sistant professor of business ad- ; On the opening day over forty son Merle and family of St.

Passes thrown __._ 9 5 War, Mr. McClane retired in proposed highway safety pro- ministration, according to an announcement Pr"""n employees and other law. Augustine.Mrs. RADIO

Passes complete 4 1 1916 after serving with the Army gram for young people. The by Dr. J. Ollie Ed- enforcement officers enrolled for A. Miller and Mrs. Bill Big- : AND

Pass, intercep. by __ 0 1 for 30 years. Following his retirement club_ voted favorably on the mat- munds, president of the Univer- the training, including W. E.. ham were visiting relatives in tampa _

Yds. made passing __42 12 he farmed and 'was a ter and referred it to the board of Thornton, Chief of Police Starke, and Lakeland last Wednesday.,

Yd3. intercep. pass __ 0 18 realtor at Jefferson City Tenn., directors for final action.It sity.Dr.. Carratt, a native of Deland, Patrolman E. L. McKnight, Nephew, Eric Bigham of Tampa. TELEVISIONSales

Punts.- 7 1 and moved to Wauchula in 1924 was announced that the board graduated from high school in Starke, Sheriff John Whitehead returned home with them for ,
_ 1
Avg. ,dis. punts ,. --2'1.2 37 where he owned and operated a would meet next Monday night at Trikala, Thessaly, In Greece,' and Deputy Sheriff Albert Sweatof several days visit. 14

: KickoffS" 1 4 grocery and bottling plant. In 7 o'clock at the home of MaJ. fought with the Greek guerillas Union County.The Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wail -

Avg. diS. kickoffs _38 38 1931 he moved to Gainesville to be- Harry Hatcher, Camp Blanding. and was later attached to British ten men having the highest, had as their Saturday night dinner and Service

Yds. kickoff return 1\4 9 come associated with the University Two high school students, Ted Intelligence units. score at the completion of the i guests Mr and Mrs. Robert -- --,. -___.-_.-_.-_. .. .r.-.rj-j- J--J-._I

: Penalties 3 10 of Florida equipment man- Edwards and Levy Canova Jr., I I He returned to Deland in 1946, first phase were as follows: LouieL. HIers and daughters of Gaines- 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida $

Yds. lost penalties ?"'. 60' ager of the athletic department... were guests of the club at this after his war experiences and Wainwright, H. Collins, J. O. Yule, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Big- -

Fumbles _- 6 2'I Active in church, fraternal, and meeting. The program was in completed work at Stetson Uni- Dobbs, A. L. Stafford_ L.__L. Grif-. ham and daughters.
.u.
Own tumb. recovered 5 1 veterans affairs, he was a memberof charge of C. H. Nasworthy. versity for his bachelor of arts fis, L. W, Pace, J. W. Willard, 11.1'1 I :sunaay: guests at the Junior

Fumbles lost 1 1 the First Baptist Church, degree in slightly more than two L. Crews Jr., F. G. Brannen, and Bigham home were Mr. and Mrs.

The B Squad game with Ketter- Spanish American War Post, Veterans Mrs. Johns Elected years. He received his master'sat Wm. Crosby. I L.. L. Hardee of Jacksonville. School Supplies -- School Supplies

linus B, scheduled for last Tues- ;I of Foreign Wars, a Mason Tulane University in 1949, The School is sponsored by the

day night, was postponed until and a member of the Kerbela Temple Vice ChairmanOf doing his thesis on "The Economic Florida Police Acadamy throughthe NOTICU: TO APPEAR

Oct. 27 because of a wet field. Next of the Shrine at Knoxville, of Foreign Commerce State Board of Education. I. Circuit Court Bradford Cooaty,
Funds GroupThe Significance -
the Tenn. Florida. !. Chancery ,
Thursday night B squaders
to the Greek Economy". Joseph Perry Plaintiff, vs. Anne
will meet Palatka's B squad at 8 Survivors include his widow,Mrs. purpose of the EmergencyFund His doctor's degree was received Local Policemen Perry. Defendant. Case No. 10085Notice

p.m. Katherine K. McClane of Lake Central Committee was discussed at the University of Florida : Anne To Appear.To Perry., whose residenceand

, Macclenny will play Jacksonville City; two sons, T. K. McClane Jr., at a meeting of the committee last January, and he remained Attend SessionsOf address is: 160 Washington

I Tech at Bradford Park tonight Winter Park, and J. Huston Mc- Thursday night of last I for a semester, doing additional Training CourseMayor Avenue.You are Coytesville hereby ,notified New Jersey.that a I b r

(li'riday) at 8 p.m. Clane, Atlanta, Ga.; two brothers, week. The feeling was that the study. His dissertation was on suit for Divorce has been filed : '

,-- Joseph McClane, Elkhart, Ind., committee should seek to coordi- foreign trade in Florida.Dr. J. R. Wainwright this against or.rt and you cause In the and above you are named required ) .- t

and S. R. McClane, Knoxville, nate existing welfare and chari- Carratt's brother, James A. week urged Starke policemen to to serve a copy of your answer -

,.. w.c.T.u. Tenn.; two sisters, Mrs. Louise table work and serve as a committee Carratt has entered medical schoolat attend the two weeks training on the or Plaintiff's pleading Attorney to the complaint,

Lee, Rutledge, Tenn., and Mrs. to receive funds for emergency Vanderbilt University. course which opened at the Florida T. Frank Landrum. Starke, KING LOOSE turflllUS MEMO

Lillian Kirk, South Bend, Ind.; and With the funds' State Prison Monday morning.The Florida and file the original in the BINDERS lOOKS 'I
purposes. office of the Clerk of the Circuit -
! "IT IS NOT SO MUCH WHAT six grandchildren. emergencies could be taken care Lewis Elected mayor said he thought the Court on or before the 26 day of October _
Attending the services as hon- Starke should take advant- 1933; otherwise the allegations -
COMES TO YOU AS WHAT YOU of until some recognized agency police of said Complaint trill be
CIE TO.. THAT DETERMINES orary escorts were Z. W. Hamiltonof could take over. Temporary Head age of this opportunity "right herein taken as confessed by you. .j

WhEThER YOU ARE A WIN- Brooker; E. L. Matthews, T. F.Landrurn Rev. T. G!)Iitcfcell, president of Of Safety CouncilAbout our own backyard" and discussed once This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published


M.R IN, THE GREAT RACE OF.UFE. Dr. J. W. Brownlee, the overall committee, stressed the with Police Chief W. E. Thorn- weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph .
Chas. A. Darby, and Hugh B. In- ton the of out ,
fact that this5 is not a community 35 interested persons possibility working Dated this 23 day of September
FRANCIS E. WILLARD.FOR gram, all of Starke, and others chest but a local county organization turned out for the Safety Council & schedule whereby each of the U53. '
from Lake and Live Oak. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.
City to take care of county organizational meeting Monday Starke policemen could attend at Clerk of the Circuit Darby Court

needs. He reported the first contribution night. Here to help organize a least one session of the school. The By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk r

to the emergency fundas Bradford County unit of the Safe- city will pay for ammunition used 9/25 4t 10/16 ,

/r Sell It Rent It Trade It $27.50 from the A & P Store. ty Council were Nat H. Rambo, by range.Starke Wainwright police said.on the firing la Clrtalt NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR County, WIlTING TABUTS tOMPOSITION JOOIs"'INCIU

At the meeting, Mrs. Ruby executive director of the Florida Florida IB Chancery

Johns was elected vice president. Citizens Safety Council, Tallahassee The training program is to be Frederick Nolan Clifton, Plaintiff,,

.: \1TH' A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDL Other officers had previously been ; Earl Gore, of the Palatka devoted to small arms with lectures Defendant.vs. Wilhelmina Katherine Case No.Clifton 10-058, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAA&

elected. They are the Rev. T. G. Junior Chamber of Commerce; and demonstrations, and actual Notice To Appear.To .

Rates Good Results Easy To Place,, Mitchell, president, and Mrs. Ed- Trooper Frank Eskridge, Safety firing on the range. A. C. (Smitty) whose: Wilhelmina residence Katherine and address Clifton is:
ward Hall secretary. Education Officer with the Florida Brown, retired Tampa police officer Seaford Delaware.You .

A by-laws committee was appointed Highway Patrol, Lake City. I is the instructor are hereby notified that a '.
Suit for Divorce
?0 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION SOc: .
Policeman
with H. P. Morgan as Ovid Lewis was elected as temporary I Chief Thornton and E. has been filed against you in tht ).
)'
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD
2c'DISCOtT chairman. This committee was chairman of the local unit, L. McKnight attended the Monday above' named Court and cause and
OF is PER CENT: you are required to serve a copy or '
ox TWO OR MORE INSERTIoNS
scheduled to meet sometime during and H. K. Tyus was named temporary afternoon session, at which lectures your answer or pleading to thf E ted4ee

;'ie ADDITIONAL FOR BLI.\D ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV: ADVAtCEMOIORIANS the week for the purpose of secretary. A nominating and demonstrations on how complaint Attorney on the Evan Plaintiff's T. Evans, 103 he ttfit S I

drawing up a set of by-laws. defining committee, with Pat Miller as to handle small arms were given. Law Exchange Building, Jack- ott"r. e;t''r

D'F THANKS,RESOLUTIONS-ZOc PER UNI the purpose of the overall chairman, was selected to nominate Policeman Bill Lane was scheduled sonville, Florida If! I
and file the original In the off'ce!
.1' ". jCOUNT5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) committee, a disbursing committee I officers at a special meeting to be to attend Tuesday afternoon, at of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton

: and an investigating committee. held tonight (Friday). which time firing on the range was or before the
LET J. D. ODOJf Ja. FOR RENT 19 day of October 1952;
. -Unfurnished house. Inquire
to take
HANDLE YOUR at Bus Station. tf The next regular meeting of the place. otherwise the allegations of said
CATTLE! AND HOG9 Safety Council is scheduled for Oct. Complaint will be taken as confessed

Live Oak- Each SALES Wed.esdsyGaI.estIUe FOR RENT'. conveniently:Nice furnished located.apartment Noll- Pensacola for graveside rites and 26, time and place to be announced. 11 Cases HeardIn This by notloe you. shall ".>>>. publisher
Each Friday ; interment in the arrancas National once each week fur four consecutive
man Apartments. West Madison. tf After the unit is organized, the
weeks in the Bradford County Tele
Cemetery.The Chamber of Commerce plans to Mayor's CourtBonds graph. '
RADIOS REPAIRED WANTED-Graduate nurse 01 body was forwarded to I Dated this 14 day of September.
licensed practical for general sponsor a teenage safety group. '
All Model.RoaMaable 1953. ,
All Makes totaling $228 were for-
Doctors Clinic ]1
duty. Hospital
eedCHAS. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.
Darby
charge g aram 101 W. Call St.. Starke. Fla. tf ,
C. SHEPHERD feited by non-appearing defend- Clerk of the Circuit Court ) INSTEP
Starko Pk. S3I By Marian L. Crosby Denntv O]<.rk
7n3 W. Call St. FOR SALE 'I" T: 8" x 1&" Concrete ants in 10 cases on the docketof
9/18 4t 10/9
Block lIe each. Plenty of the Mayor's court Monday.
FOR SALE-BoJ. It Inch bicycle, 2 Mortar Mix and Cejnent. Bradford -
brand new Urea and tubes. Mrs I Engineering Company. Phone "SCHOOL DAYS"ARE There were 11 cases in all with NOTICE 10 APPEARla WITH ADVANCEMENTS
George Kaufmann Cfpress.West $4. tf one defendant, Larry Lamar Mil Circuit Court. Bradford CoBatr,
Morelaod St,. Pinehurst Subdivi- Florida la Chancery,
len, appearing and pleading guiltyto ,
sion. Charles Granite. Plaintiff vs. Mary
A. J. THOMASREAL a charge of driving while in- Cranitz, Defendant. When Modern Medicine discovers new means for dealing

"SPECUL"'GENtlNE INDIA FORMOSA ESTATE BROKER "ESTERBROOK DAYS"Becausewith toxicated. 'Mill en was fined $50 Notice To Appeari Case No. 10-083 with dread diseases, we proudly keep pace. As Science f
.
304 Te le Ave. Telrphoae :USta.
AZALEAS ...... Florida. and costs or 15 days in jail. To: Mary Granitz. whose residenceand E: puts new drugs at your doctor's disposal, we are pre- -
ISO f.r *8.00 address is: DeutO. Minihof,
10 to 1Z laC'lae. Of the other ten cases, there
BELVEDERE AZALEA NfRSERTPaallae HAS Austria. pared to compound them. For it's our job to assist
Earle ColllB were: one for no driver's license Von are hereby notified that a
FOR SALEAt an Ester rook doctor in '
your every way.KOCH'S
S58Sapartment. suit for
Earletoa. Fla. .Ia..e .leI. and driving while intoxicated, $75 Divorce

;Reasonable Prices Fountain Pen, students can choose bond; one intoxicated and disorderly has been filed against you tn the
FOR RE.T-<>ne t-room .."!: conduct above named Court and cause and
bond
$25 two
nice.ly
both ;
One I-room apartment. 1-Lots Residential and their r" you are required to serve a copy of
furnhaha& Elec. equipped. 1 very own point style. running red light, $10 bond each; your answer or pleading to thE
mile from bridge E. Stark., Bel- Business three speeding, $t5 bond each complaint on the PIaln ltf,
Rt. one
Mrs. 1. M. Wynn ; DRUG STORE
lent Rd. 2-Homes Large & SmallS Attorney T. Frank Landrum
1. Etox 2-C. tfchg reckless driving, $25 bond; one in- Starke Florida
-Store Building Well Located TO SElECT 01 REPLACE (( toxicated, $18 bond; and one fight- and file the original In the office of ,
RENT-KingsUy Lake: 3 bed- Look' T the Clerk of the Circuit Court 01
llYlng room and di- 4 Farms, Ten Acres and Up HEIFSAUY09DO ing, $20 bond. or before the
house
room. modern kitchen bath with Investments in Going 26 day of October, 1953; : PHONE 53 STARKE, FLA.

rub hot and cold water, g* Hove Concerns w. n. .yfl. .. .._. ....__________ otherwise the allegations of iai" \
and fu ranee for heatlnjf.mo. $10 ._--i\: # f i <; I .T'T.vv.vvvyvyy Complaint will >e taken as confess.d .
Contact C of C or Mr!!. Jack by you, YYYTYYvYvvvYvTYYYvYvYYYyYYYYYvYYYvYyYyyYyyyyyyy'VSat. ..
wliuama, 2110 N. YT. Jrd Place Tell Him What You Want .
I I Endorsed BROOKER
Gainesville. ltcn Let-Him Make SuggestionsFOR By

VENTED TO BUY OR RENT 5 orS Educators For -
room one story unfurnished RENT-Apartment, one bedroom 2556 Grace G. Blgham
house well Insulated. Within bath. large living-dining ? -'a7 Mon ONLY
tarke city llmlta Address HL room. kitchen with breakfast School Use. 4.A.I..A.I... .
Rradfnril 'nuntv T..I.'lnh. tf5! ,! nook. Corner school square WashIngton )!
and Grand Sts. Call 6:11.: Demonstration Club
TRY STAR PLASTIC TYPE F. B. Beard. itp 'S ]
NEW Miss Dorothy Ross, County
CLEANER-D.es a better Job. tJ_
faster. No messy liquids. Self STRAY SAANEEN BILLY GOAT Home Demonstration Agent, pre- LADIES REG.29C
lasts Indefinitely. Only taken up at my place Owner may
renewing sented
the
tentative plans for the ,
have by Identifying and paying 2668 4H1da'ti C
&0c at Bradford County Telegraph. An Ideal Student Pen
U for feed. Joe Cumber's Gas Sta- year and the year book, at the !.
tion. Highway 301 north of Starke. I September 24"
SKEIl TO COINCIDE Itchg With A Point For meeting of the
WITH PRESENT Brooker Club. She also gave a
CATTLE PRICES VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTYOne demonstration on the making of
Pensacola Bahi*,$1$ per CWT piece SOO ft. frontage Every Writing Task. -
White Dutch Clover SOc lb. J1.500 net. One piece 151 ft. front- Joy Logs.
Southland Oats 11.25 ha. age 3000. Located on 301 NorthIn 1555 The regular meeting date of Pailhies
Florida Black Ry. 14.25 bu. city limits. Write: 509 N. E. I
the club was changed to the
Whit. Seeded lUst SU Miami JS. Fla. 4tp 10/30 S ;

Sweet Yellow Lupine $14 CWT FOR SALE-One third Wednesday of every month,
good used Maytag
Also other grasses and clovers plus washing machine also Coleman for the convenience of the club
nitrogen for inoculation. All seed
In Case
Damage
of high germination. Floor Furnaces and Space Heat- -L I members.Mrs. .
era. Gay's Home
Appliance,
PASTURE FERTILIZER TO phone O. W.
who
10. Starke. Barry, has been I
uchg All Point Are 1550 e
meet your needs. Place your order Styles
confined to the Alachua General
Jlo'idIS before you bur:' Limit
FOR SALE-Four 1
room hou and
e
II. L. BROWXtEEOH Hospital for week
bath.arage all improvements on Instantly Replaceable a returned to
JIM CHASTER1:
about I acre of ground. Will sell her home on Monday ,
Cor. loth Cherry Paear n1tl'lI"
nnt tey.fuinlahed.Fla. A. F. Brown. Law-up -Instantly Renewable Mrs. Beulah Harrell, who also I I

j I has been a patient at the hospital LADIES PLASTIC
FOR RENT-Two room apartment WHY NOT let us send READERS -By You. .fL4 in Gainesville for the past few)
furnished or unfurnished. Corner DIGEST subscriptions as Christ- 1551 : f$42
Eighth and St. Claire St. J. L. ma presents to your relativesand c"j.ys, expects to be discharged: C
Silt-ox tip 10/9 friends? Reduced Christmas I
today (Tuesday).
prices. J. H. 25
Tullts. Keystone
FOR RENT Four furnished bed Mot-Vs. phftne nil!. Up Complete/ Fountain Pens $2.30 and $2.80 Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stalnaker. | House Shoes
week
rooms by day or month. 601
of the Moody Section, announce!
Madison St. ftp 10/tS FOR SALE-By owner good hunting i
flshl"or town car. 1)40Chevrolet. the arrival of a son at the Alachua
FOR SLE Good motor and tires. Hospital Tuesday morning. At :
IS New Hampshire Red Laying Hens. Tight body. Jerry Gay, phone 144
11 mo. old. 12.15 *..; Rendls Automatic or 3T1-J & this writing he has not been 2 Limit Sizes S-M-L Colors
Washer perfect condi 1e46w0ksterbrook named.
tion. $15 (cost JJiO! ; New Table vATErTwn centlemen to r'w\ nand f
Saw less motor. $1!: White Metal board. $U per wk. Mr*. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green and -_--_--- t
Ice Box. $10: Set Plow Humes* Pate Gassett. Phone I07-W. Itchg daughter Linda Gayle, were visiting Vre
with Leather Collar. Ii,. W. aDevine. Exchange We Refund We Satisfy
Law lev:" Fla inquire at 1"Op. -'-Attractive fnrniched the Ronald Barnettes in Jacksonville -
Standard Oil Station. Lawtey. cf'ttav:. with circulator heater on Desk Sets From $3.00In last Sunday. I

ln"l'leT Lake. See Mrs. J. A. Sunday visitors at the R. H.
YOITN'O BROADBREASTED TURKEYS It
Hoover. 2tn 10/18 Colors To Match Your Office
now ready. Un wt.. S5c Furnishings Green home included Mrs. Eustis
Ib $1 for dressing. For advance :'(\" qT'I'ws ,, _'" ..""...
Maroon Green Walnut Kelley and daughter, Helen, of t
orders write Opal's Turkey:" Farm with l rire ,i.re.ned ,1..1... Gray Black ,
Florahome, or phone Keystone "At'i'h 'RnHv evy.4. M". New Riyer and Mrs. Guy Parrish
37M. tf ,... J.'h""".." T;...,,,,,,.,. VI". UnC BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH and family. Russell left Tuesday {

AKC Registered Cocker i>oppl-!i. I (\ -"" ...,'" I........... ..... .....--- I to attend a pecan buyers meetingat I!
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...kll. Beautiful coats. Merry '"'-. ..... :f-L-", .n.1. p._ Waycross Ga. 147 W. CALL ST. i!
dispositions. Fine pedigree. House w'p& ('. ....... t"J".".. .,f ('"..._ Phone 29 Starke, Fla. STAUKE, FM.
:Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott had as .
beside depot. Virginia Oglesbr. .. *- M. Hagget. :n% West -, -- .
Tel. J-22J1. Waldo Fla. Ztp 10/11 Street.Tampa. Itchg their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.* --. .-- .. -'-


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