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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 16, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH

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SEVENTY-FIVE STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1953 NUMBER FOURTEEN
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Speculation Over Johns' Candidacy BHS Returns To Home Field ThursdayThe Farmers Return To Sodden Fields _




Florida Politicoes In A DitherFlorida >,"-". I As Sun i
L Has Smyrna Tornadoes Beach Thursday played In night New, .9 : :. .- 1 Attempts To Dry Up Water%


oping to get back into the win Ief >. -

political writers are haVe was a member raised the pay of olumn after two losses. Final f ; -c- J i:_'- The sun has decided to shine those who made the application

ing ,lots of fun these days speculating the governor's office. The Cons was not known at press time _c; once: more on Florida. The long- directly in the plant furrow.
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on who may and may not be titntion says that a member of esterday.In : NI i: LI_:_ prevailing dark clouds have lifted According to Huggins, applica-

,a candidate in the spring primar- the legislature, during his term their last game P. K. Yongef and old Sol is beating down in tions of lime and hardwood ashes

ies for the Democratic Party nom- may not run for an office for which Gainesville defeated the Tornadoes .- '- _-j full Fall force, drying out overly already made should have suffered -

ination to fill the two-year un- hat legislature increased the pay. moist land and dampened spirits. no ill effects
19-7 to extend the PKY as result of the
expired tsrm of Governor Dan Mc- Johns' term as senator has more Bradford County farmers are'
winning streak to 15 straight
rain.Last
Carty, beginning January 1954. than three years to go. taking advantage of this return year's estimated straw-

But on the other hand, the legality Barnes. from California-type weather to
So far the most likely candi- berry acreage was 250 and indications
dates are conceded to be: Acting of the 1953 pay raises for Coaches Hobbs and Hazelwood normal Florida weather and are are that it will be about-

Governor Charley E. Johns (if the State Supreme Court (and' indirectly have had the squad working hard I busily engaged this week makingup the same this year, despite the

eligible); 1952 runner-up Braljey for the Governor) was and late this week, taking advan- ____ for lost time. Tractors are fact there are
many new planters
Odham; State, Comptroller C. M. challenged last July by Supreme t age of the first week of practice _____ 4o __ chugging in fields everywhere, in the field.Huggins.
Court Justice John E. Mathews. If without rain since back in August. and as County
Gay; and either John McCarty, the -g Agent G. T. Hug- feels that as a switch

late Governor's brother_or Senator the pay-raise legislation should be The Tornadoes were crippledfor gins put is: "The farmers are in is made to newer earlier vane-

Leroy Collins of Tallahassee. Because found invalid it would remove this the New ,Smyrna contest,I in for some busy times." ties, such as the "Florida 90".,,

of the close relationship of obstacle to Johns' candidacy. Wayne Douglas, fullback is lost I Here is the Bradford County Bradford
County
TORNADO FULLBACKS: D. Strickland, Douglas, LEFT HALFBACKS: Pat Brown, Jackson growers will be
ray ,
Should the Starke be elect- indefinite agriculture
McCarty and Collins it is not con- man to _the' squad for an I picture, as Hugginssees able to compete somewhat with

sidered likely that they would run ed for the two-year' term it would period because of burns suffered I I Lewis. Bowers. it after visiting farmers the earlier Plant City market.

against each other. then have to be determined whether in the P. K. Yonge ame. Six (Polaroid One-Minute Photos by Everett McKinney) around the county: PASTURESWet

not he would be eligible for members suffered
or other squad
Jim Powell the Tampa Tribune's STATISTICS STRAWBERRIES weather has delayed lupine -

Tallahassee staff writer, reports another four. ,minor burns. but will probably BUS PKY I Coaches Cheered By Sunshine The recent rains have delayed planting and has damaged
Article 4. Section 2 of the State
that capital lawyers have been I see limited duty. 1st downs 9 9 planting of strawberries for those other type pastures somewhat.

working their law books overtime Constitution says: Ned Pringle. letterman tackle Yds. rushing 178 234 -- planters who did not plant in early Excessive moisture has impaired

since Senator Johns became acting The Governor shall be elected who has missed the last two Yds. passing 17 2 .. September. Newly prepared beds germination of seed already planted -
electors of the
governor in an effort to predict by the qualified games because of a bad ankle, ,Passes attempted 6 1 IA were washed down and there and the nutritional value of

whether he will be eligible to run state at the time and places of votIng has been,working out all week and Passes completed 1 1 were spots just too wet for plant-: grasses has been lowered. (See

for the unexpired two-year term. for members of the legislature may get to play. Zack Crawford I Pass intercept., by 0 1 ing.In I story on pastures on page two).
shall hold his office for
,If so. and elected, would he then and another letterman tackle) who Punting avg. 32.4 31 .?--. --.w some areas, plant beds suf- CABBAGE AND GREENS
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the time of his "
four from
be eligible to run for a full four. years !. hasn't seen action yet because ota Yds. penalized 30 25 t fered rain damage, creating a Vegetable plantings in general.
but shall not be eligi-
the installation. broken collar bone, will probably lI4W shortage of
year term after serving two- Fumbles lost 1 2 plants. Including
greens and
ble for re-election to said office t' i > -i cabbage
year term? start working out next week so it. Those plants that were set earlyare were severely damaged. Plantingwas

The possibilities make .interesting the next succeeding term. as to get into the second half ed in four plays to pay dirt. in good condition, considering delayed in some instances.
"There's
Pundit no
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speculation. but the final de Powell says action. 'Parrish's attempted conversionwas Vi the weather we've had. There I Hastings and South Florida
: doubt that the can't hold<
cision in both instances will rest governor I The Tornadoes looked like a blocked by Rivers. i bas been leaching of fertilizer already I areas report severe cabbage crop
two straight four-year terms, but -rI
on decisions of the Florida Su different team playing againstP. The Tornadoes had plenty of -- 1 0 applied, and Huggins says damage, which may mean that
it hasn't been determined whetherthe ;
preme Court The State Constitu this K. Yonge last week than they steam and showed their wares by 1 that planters should give some Fall cabbage in this area will
in '
prohibition applies unprecedented / -
tion isn't at all clear on these issues situation." did in their last outing at home taking the kickoff after PKY's thought to extra potash at the have better market prospects.

and since the,present situ,. If the Supreme Court should against Palatka. score and marched from their 5 : next application. The county I Huggins said that the supply

tion has no precedent in Florida hold that a "term" means four full The game was played in a own three yard line to PKY's 10 agent said that those who used I I jof I cabbage plants was critical

there is which on nice runs Reddish the band method of applying fertilizer ,, though, and that
history; nothing on years, then whoever is elected next blowing rain, but the teams. held by Jimmy plants may have
to' base. a guess which, way the and Sidney Jackson before the won't suffer as much as I to be obtained from out of state.
fall for the unexpired two-year on to the ball very well, with
court will finally decide. Wave stopped them.P. .
term would apparently be eligible PKY losing two fumbles and the

The question of whether Acting to succeed himself and thus be Tornadoes one. Both PKY fumbles K. Yonge took over on downs County School Enrollment Hits 2,853

Governor'Johns can be a candidat the first six-year governor in the on their own 10 yard line, but! the ;

next spring is in doubt because history of,the state (if elected, ot came early in the first period,: stout Tornado line held them here.

the 1953 legislature, of which h e course). close to pay dirt, but Gary Garner and forced Parrish to punt out I Trend From Rural To Urban Continues
and Tom Moore pounded on one TORNADO COACHES were considerably cheered by the rainless

to his own 34 yard line. From i week, the first since last August. Left to right: F. C. Jones, assistant -
each the Tornadoes. Brad.

!Tobacco Brings Growers $153,578; ford's to only save fumble came ,on their there right,end Sidney and went Jackson all the skirted to 'B Squad coach; James Hurst, B Squad mentor; James C. Hobbs Bradford County's 12 white and!I entitle the county to a one percent
way
head coach, Harold Hazelwood, assistant coach.lead. Negro schools
I reported a total I increase in
first play from scrimmage and I state funds. Mor-

Sixteen Per Cellt Under rJ] 9$2$ Gross was recovered man Bernie by P.Parrish.K. Yonge's forced the two out yard of bounds.line before being i'i Midway the final quarter Bron- the enrollment first month of 2,853 of at the the current end of gan Duval cited County'an lost instance wherein

safety considerablestate
On fourth down and'still two Just two plays before? the half I son scored again for PKY, set up school term.Reports .
t1az 1 P. K. Yonge scored first just before yards to Jimmy Reddish went funds last year by failing
go ended, PKY scored again when by a long punt return by Swilley. on file at the County to

Bradford County tobacco growers 2,500 pounds per acre from an I the Initial period ended. when around his own left end to score. : Swilley intercepted a Starke pass i'J Next Thursday night the Tornadoes SUpt.'s office show 2,149 white Bradford report an increased enrollment.

received a total,of .$153,578.72 ,irrigated plan ing. The state aver- they took Sid Sistrunk's punt ont Ronnie Patray's pass to Vernon : deep in BHS territory >, Bron- : will play Jacksonville Tech pupils and 704 Negro County, according to
pupiU
for their 1953 a-op, according to 'f'_ Is c about. 1.150 pounds pe their own,43 yard line and march:j Teston was .good BHS held a 7-6 I son scored to give PKY & 17 lead. ;at Bradford Park. neatly enrolled, with an cur. instructional Morgan, now has a total of 127

tabulations wada by the. countya L ; / average units ((96 white and

S ent" office.year's crop This year's tobacco yield in Property ActiveIn Gill To Head daily'attendance of 2.097 whites 31 Negro). Instructional units, as
and 682
Negroes
or an overall
Ambitious Thief Tries To defined by the Minimum
came off 'of 311, pluited acres/ BradfordCgunyin terms of dol. GetAway Foundt.
average daily att ndance of 2,719, tion
which yielded an avenge of 1,050 lars,.pwaJT about 16 per cent1 lower Sales HereThe Jax Terminal This Y Ar's'-first-month total Program, fall in the followIng -
Co.
pounds per acre.; There,were 325, thanJ952's $184.2M.98'yield.. The categories: *

713 pounds of' the aromatic leaf biggest tobacco crop reported in With 2 Cars -- Drives One Pushes OneDeputies i increase enrollment shows only a slight Those based on average daily
James F. Stewart home at over the 2,808 enrollment attendance
cold at-'in average 'of 47 cents Bradford County in recent years Friends here are congratulating (27 pupils per unit);
Washington and St. Clair Streets reported at the end of school last
per' pound. Some ol the better was in 1951 when 325 acres John H. Gill, prominent railroad exceptional student units; voca-
has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. AlexT. of the Bradford County' couple to "move on" from his June tional agriculture
quality brought 60 cents. yielded a total of 377,975 poundsan executive upon .his recent units; home economics
appointment -
The quantity and quality of ( average of 1,163 pounds per Shelp of Graham. Amount of II Sheriffs office hit the, Jackpot station. The chain being used to as president and general However, there were notable increases units; administrative ana*
the transaction, as indicated by when they apprehended a greedycar tow the Chevrolet in some schools which
the 1953 lowered broke when special service units and .
crop--was by a I acre) which sold for an average manager of the Jacksonville ; super.Ylsory
severe documentary stamps, was $4,000. thief Just south of Starke the couple started off again, so were offset by decreases in other units.Bradford .
drouth and other adverse: I of :51 cents per pound, bringing in Terminal Co. This is the position
weather conditions during the total receipts of $192,711.25. Other recent deeds recorded here late Saturday night. The avari- the man started pushing the Pon held for many years by the late: schools in the county. The most County white schoolsuse
were: cious thief was trying to get tiac. The service station attendant marked increase w s'that of
growing season. Despite the bad ,In 1945 the average state yield John Love Wilkes. 78 average daily attendanceunits
LJola Roberts to Margaret T. away with two stolen cars by called Bradford High which
the Alachua reported
weather,, though some J1'Oftt. was' 890 pounds per acre. .Since County sheriff For the past several years Mr. 3 exceptional student units
Pjankenship, Lot 5 and south half driving one and pushing the other who 109 more pupils than last
broadcast
who took chance and ; the report. year.
a planted on that time'practices worked out by Gill has been chief of operations 2 vocational units
Lot 6 and south half of Lot 9, which was steered by his girl All other white schools in the ag one home
heavier than usual land th'e
got yieldsof Florida Agricultural Trooper Murray, who had beenin of the Georgia-Florida Railroad ec unit and 10.5 administrative
i Expert.I Blk. 17, L. T. & Co. SubdivisionN. friend accomplice.With county reported decreases in enrollment -
up to 2,000 pounds per acre. ment Station have Gainesville helping with the with headquarters in Augusta, Ga. and special services units.
( Church St.), $1,800. Mrs. the help of G. the most notable of
The highest yield to come to the I average yield to today's 1,150; Trooper Saturday night football traffic, Prior to that he had 28 years of; Negro schools in Bradford Coun.
Blankenship plans to build home M. Murray, state highway patrol- which was the drop of 26 at
attention of the county agent warf pounds per acre. spotted the couple as they ran service in the maintenance division ty use 26 average daily attendance .
., on this property in the near future. man, Deputies Cecil Sewell and Brooker Junior High.
their double-header through Wal of the Seaboard at one time units 2
Glen G. to T. A. and Fate Brown halted fleeing With the ; exceptional student
64th Mrs. I Searing the exception of R. J. E.
HomecomingAt : Snellen ElectedTo do. Murray followed the two-car serving as division engineer. units; and three administrativeand
Lila Rae Yawn, Lot 8, less south white couple, lilted as John and Thurston schools, all Negro
train northward toward Starke, :Mr. Gill and his wife, the formerLamira special services
Grace Methodist Fill VacancyOn 125 feet in Block 2, Bradford Joseph Reed, 18, 3478 E. 105th schools showed enrollment decreases units.
trying to get in front of them to I Alvarez, have a home on Two
Heights Subdivision on new Bland- St., Cleveland, Ohio their supervisory units serve
and Ethel : on first month's re
Set For
Sunday Children's Group stop them. Traffic was so heavyhe ,Kingsley Lake where they spend
ing Road, $1,250. Mae Strunak, 21, 13003 Oakfield had no success until he reached weekends. In Jacksonville they ports. R. J. E. gained 17 pupils I both white and Negro schools.

Grace Methodist Church at The Bradford County Children's James B. McMillan to Sam W. Ave., Cleveland. An arrest ticket the southern outskirts of Starke. 'reside in the St. Johns Apart over last year, and Thurston reported These are special units and are
Graham of Starke, Lot 3, Block found in the woman's plus compulsory by state law. Administrative -
showed
Lawtey will hold its 64th annual Committee met at Thomas' Restaurant : purse There, Sewell and Brown who had ments. a seven.
27, Temple's Addition (in NE that she had been tr A complete breakdown of and special services units
picked en
homecoming on Sunday, Oct. 18. up
Monday for its regular heard the alarm and were waitingin
Starke), 2000. by Cleveland police on Oct. 5 rollment figures of all the school, include principals, music teachers
Dr. D. !.. Soudder. head of the monthly meeting with 24 mem- their car, got into the act. Safety PatrolIs
department of religion University ben present Claude T. Tapp to Max and for carrying a concealed weapon. with June, 1953, figures listed physical education instructors,

of Florida, will be the principal Harmon Morgan presented the Dorothy Fisher farm home west Here is the story as given by The fleeing couple was stoppednd OrganizedAt first and current enrollment fig. visiting teachers and school psy.
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sneaker. The host pastor. Rev. proposed bylaws of the Bradford I of Brooker, across trom Z. W. the arresting officers: carried to the Bradford ures second, is as follows: chologists.

George A. Purga, and his wife Emergency Relief Committee. The Hamilton farm, 90 acres. $8,500.L. The arrested couple had driven County jail. where the man, Reed, Lawtey SchoolWith WHITE-Bradford High, 1,443- The state allocates funds ac

will participate in a special musical A-: down to Tampa from Cleveland : admitted stealing the two cars, 1,552; ; Lawtey, 281 262; Brooker, cording to the number of units in

prn<
Mae Wells, church pianist. will be Thursday, Oct. 29 at 8 I Amy Williams, Lots 3, 4, 5, and 6, i Tampa they drove back up to !I didn't know the cars. were stolen. Howe, secretary 'of the Starke Heilbronn. 105 103. ers' salaries, Bradford County receives

Assisting in the program, will : pjn. at the U. S. O. McCall's Addition, Hampton Inverness where they started having The prisoners were turned over Chamber of Commerce, and mem NEGRO-RJ.E., 357 374; from the state $400 per
bers
I I of the Starke
be members of the Archer Methodist Mrs. Martha Snellen, publi $1,400.D. trouble with the Chevrolet. to the Inverness sheriff. The Pon- School Safety Lawtey Training. 154 139; unit for Capital Outlay and $300

Church,which shares the services health nurse, was elected to fill C. Jones executor estate of Thereupon the man stole a 1950 tiac was returned to its owner Patrol.at a the Safety Lawtey Patrol school was organized Thurston, 60-67; Wateroak, 56 rer unit for current operating excenses. .

of .R basket i Pontiac and started the Friday 49 45 Other state, federal and
v. Purga. A pulling and the Chevrolet is being held ; Hampton Training, 49 ;;
the unexpired term of vice-chair Eva A. Grant, to W. P. Kemp, Mrs. Howe conducted an assembly
dinner will be served on the stalled car with a snow chain.In by Sheriff Reddish until it can Brooker 19 16; Sampson, 15 local funds make up the balanceof

church grounds following the I man vacated by Mrs. Howard Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, Block 12, Lawtey Hawthorne a suspicious service be returned to its Cleveland program at which time 14. the budget

morning anniversary service. Wait of Brooker, $400. station attendant asked the owner. \the patrol was organized. Members Supt. H. P. Morgan said that he Morgan said that in order to

\ of the Starke patrol assisting would be watching next month's receive the Minimum Foundation

1 Masons Set Date Glee Club Sin were Capt Larry Yarbny!. reports very closely, for, if at funds, 95 per cent of the average
BHS Band Pictured In Stands At Stetson Game as Harold Tyus and Wt H. Johns.
the
end of the second month of a daily attendance units and all the
For Benefit Supper W. K. Haller was appointed I
I school term there is more than a I other type units had to be used.
At Rotary Club advisor for the
Lawtey patrol,
five per cent increase in enroll "Actually," Morgan said, "it costs
Bradford Lodge No. 35 F & AM and the following officers were
ment, the county will be entitled I the county nothing to hire ex
held their regular ,bi-monthly 'elected: Earnest Griffis,
captain:
The High School Glee Clubvent to more state funds. State allocated ceptional unit teacher because
meeting in the Masonic Temolc W. M. Parrish. 1st lieutenant and I I
through its paces at the ; funds would be increased by In addition to the salary for that
Monday at the new time of 7:30 D. Crews, 2nd lieutenant.
4- Junior Warden Rotary Club Wednesday and came that percentage in excess of five teacher the county receives the
p.m. Charles Fields I
I off with flying colors. In a pro- per cent. For example, a six percent $400 capital outlay and $300 cur-
conferred the Entered
Apprentice I eram that included folk sones i Motor Courts Asked increase in enrollment would I rent expense funds for that unit.
degree on John Barden and

4 George Patten. B. Hollyfield of I Negro spirituals and popular J i To List Rooms '
1 Ionic numbers, the young singers, under t Forestry Queen MacclennyGlenMeets
Lodge. Jacksonville gave the :
.- the direction of Mrs. Geraldyn :Available Oct. 23,24All
% lecture while G. W. Glessen, Will Be CrownedAt
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S ; Silva were warmly received by
I Orange Park read the charge. Green Cove
II motor co'irt owrators
the club members. are Callahan Event
j The time for the benefit TuVy :'-
--e- j-'Ttfl to li"t
: with the Chamberof
_/ sunper was set for October' Fpecialtv numbers included a I
47 Friday
Here
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Commerces the number of Barbara Ellis, 16-year-old high Night
rolo by Miss Bobbv Bastedo, and I
: 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. to give the!
rooms and rates available for school girl, sponsored by the
the currently popular "You, You
eonie plenty of time to get to I '
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(October 23.: 2i, Homecoming Starke Lions Club, will competefor l'h.
4.i" You", duet Miss I Macdenny GIHigb
the ban game. This benefit supi i sung as a by
4i- T: :. .. ncr is to help complete the financ-!I Bastedo and Tracy Jones. The('weekend at the University or the title of Forestry Beauty School football team will be host
(Florida. Mrs. Marian Howe. C of Queen at the Northeastern Florida the
ZL q.T inO' of the new Masonic Temple. Orb Trio-Frances De d. Gladys j j'Bnndy o Clay Him Blue Deyils of

: Visiting Master Masons were I and Barbara :Matchettf C secretary, states that there will Fair & Livestock Show open- Green Cove Sr;fneji at Bradford

t I i be a heavy demand for accommodations tog in Callahan next Wednesday. Park tonight (Friday) at 8
: L R. H. Green, Jr. of Pine Hill f! a eroup of popular hits. The pjn.
; in the Gainesville 'area of the will take The Wildcats were slated to
Lodge No. 9 and Calvin A. Par- Glee Club numbers were capably Crowning queen
1
and that she has been
ham. accompanied at the piano'by Miss requestedfor place at 2:30 pjn. Wednesday on play Jacksonville Tech here last
1 I information as to the number
: Fellowship and refreshments I Mary Julia Futch. the fairgrounds one and a half I week, but were forced to postpone
I IWE're 6? rooms available here.Hallowe'en S. I
miles north of Callahan on U.
I G. S. Newcomb had charge of
enioyed between the sectionsof because of bad weather.
the No. 1. First prize is a $50 defense -I
the degree.Masquerade. program. !
CarnivalSet Coach Dan McClure's eleven
I bond, and the queen will ,

S Dance At Welfare Meeting For October 30 preside over the square dance that will be gunning for their third

I night at the fairgrounds.( straight win second in St Johns
I
A masouerade barn dance will! T. R Connell member State The annual Hallowe'en CarnIval Acting Governor Charley B. i Ii Conference competition, while the

I be held in St Edward's recreation sponsored by the Starke PTA Johns is slated to give an addressat
Welfare Board. District 5. U at Blue Devils will be all out to

fIlE FLASH Y-CLASSF crimson and white dad B3S.Band is pictured above In,the stadium at Florida I hall Saturday night starting I tending a state meeting of the will be held on the school grounds the fairgrounds just before 'make the Cats their third victim

Field during the U of F-StUoa game list Saturda/ night It was the band's second trip to Gainer" at' 8 0. nv Guests will unmask at board in Friday, Oct. 30, starting at 2 p.m. noon. Awards and cash prize
Miami this week. }lr. In overall have
play. They
dropped
midnight Costumes optional. The usual attractions will be
will also be presented to tree
rlllc-during the "'f'e'k."Ibe made pro-
previous trip was Thursday night for the BHS-PJJ. Yonge .
( by Trent Rogers). game.Photo Prizes for best costume and also Connell is a member of the board'I i vided and fun is 'promised. for farmers and forestry essay con- two. In conference play their

door prizes. pu lle relations young and old. test winners. record is 1-0. ,






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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA I i

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1953 ,


J;: BRADFORD COUNTY E. L EDITOR MATTHEWS SERVICE MENI I RRADFORDITES LIKE TO EAT a good spending living. pattern that spelled I This nationally compared and' 24 with cents 2-4 in cents the I

1 By way of comparison, the I South Atlantic States.

L: .TELEGRAPH. VIEWPOINT "PUBLISHER Spend 33c Of Every Dollar On FoodFood average throughout amount the spent for food Much of the remainder of the ,

"" South Atlantic dollar went to stores selling the
t. -* is big business in Brad ment stores, and drug stores. States as a whole during the year other
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE 'SAME MASTHEAD ford In I types of merchandise cov- f
County. point of sales volume -I The lowdown on how the dollaris was only $770 per family,
Pvt. Harold K. Davis, son of local retail stores selling spread and for what, is ered by the survey. The automo- ,
r: Published. .every; Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis of food are chunk givenin Among the leading reasons tive
attracting
if' a bigger Sales Management's.recent given for the equipment and supplies establishments ,
the Act of March 8, 1879. I Starke: is relatively large out-
serving with the 1st of the household dollar than any ,ccpyrighted survey.Expenditures lays for food are the increase in accounted for $1,965-
Calvary Division in He other retail
Japan.
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION] entered the Army last March and group. .' for food in Bradford the birth rate, with twice as 000 in the year. or 25 cents. General i
Further back in the quest for County during the many second babies .
past year as there were'in merchandise stores did $329-
completed basic training at Ft the dollar are stores selling auto reached the i
formidable figure of 1940. the increase in longevity,
Jackson, S. 000., or 4 cents. In places dealing
C. -
Where motive equipment and supplies, $2,588,000, which marked a rise the rise in prices and an increasein
Delay Means Only Multiplied ProblemsNow i Odell Thomas, engineman fireman which includes farm machineryand over the 1951 volume, 2338000. earnings that made bigger in furniture, household equip-

.;.. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. bicycles as well as cars and It represented food buying per spending possible. ment, radio and television the

that Starke has extended its city instances simply followed cow trails or foot George S. Thomas of Brooker, is boats, the fdrniture-household- family of $810, a figure obtainedby Howbeit the food stores in volume done was $530,000, equalto
radio
stores,
and serving aboard the destroyer USS general merchandise dividing the total outlay by Bradford County,snared 33 cents 7 cents. Drug store sales totaled
limits is beginning to attract industry, paths. Now when a street must be widenedit establishments, including depart- the number of families. This
was of each
retail dollar
at long last seems to be getting a sympathetic is a very painful and expensive processto Wedleigh and is currently taking spent locally. $133,000, another 2 cents.

t nod from the powers that be in regard to tear down and replace building fronts or part in NATO exercises Mariner, .
one of the largest naval
i its housing shortage it is more importantthan move houses intact from one location to to be staged in peace operationsever time.

t ever before that serious thinking be another. ,

} done along the lines of city zoning and future There was some excuse for our forefathers, Airman 2-c Henry Reddish I I :.'. ,r-"-.. .. '.,.::8.""! """ _
because they could hardly be blamed for fail- writes that "I enjoy reading the :' : <.. :.q .
planning."If I /. --"> ', ,.: ," .... ,'... F ,
, you think the housing shortage is critical ing to foresee the automobile age that was paper very much". His new address I :: "' ; A message to every V" ":. -'- .

r today, take a look ahead say ten years to bring about a problem of traffic conges- 2603 Maint.is A2c Sqdn.] Henry, Box 333.Reddish Luke, bfiS

: from now," one writer recently warned. "By tion that would,have seemed like a fantastic AFB, Arizona. _' prospective new car buyer:

1963 our population will stand at more than dream a hundred years ago. ) .

175 millions. The first of the World War II But because they made'mistakes in under- :-w-; -y 1the -

, baby crop will be grown up, married, and planning is all the more reason that we should i You can have

[ house-hunting. We won't be able to provide try to avoid doing likewise, especially when 'TL.
f new houses fast enough for them even if our the need for zoning and planning is clearly "

present construction rate greatly increased evident to us, where it- might. have been most popular automatic transmissionto
( by technological advances," this author said. obscure to them.
Now that the city limits 'have been extended -
t of
One has only to look at the growth our
local schools to realize the truth of his remarks with overwhelming approval in a
be found in
Every year enrollment in the first referendum vote, the city is in a positionto any low-priced carChevrolet's
adopt and enforce an effective zoning
and
grades increases about five per cent
plan so that future growth will be orderlyand
twenty years from now these current first in with the standards of health, Pvt. Leonard M. Noegel spenta *
graders will be grown and house hunting.In keeping few days at home before reporting Famous 1953 Powerglide!
beauty, and convenience so much to be desired -
order to meet the demands of this future for duty at Fort Lewis, Wash.
growth, cities and towns must begin now to by any growing town. He was accompanied as far as
prepare and plan for the future. Any in- We remember one time several years ago North Carolina this week by his

telligent planning, of course, must go handin when an effort was made to organize a fester parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. ,
zoning committee, several citizens who were Quigley, and went on by plane
hand with zoning. contacted and asked to serve on the body from there. Much fleeter, smoother, more economical! Thoroughly proved Full Engine Braking-Power on Hills

.Many cities and even some small towns were most reluctant or actually refused to and Unproved through years of development and over a billion Powerglide's flexibility lets you cruise
have effective, up-to-date zoning ordinances, Sgt. 1-c Leonard C. Rowe is easily hill And
enjoy
do so. The Council became so discouragedat owner-driven miles! Production now running at new high up any you
these laws passed returning to the States after 11 constant engine braking for
but in most cases were power
this attitude that efforts to organize a nonths in Korea with the 40th levels due to record nationwide demand! maximum safety when descending.
been
some 25 or 30 years ago and haven't committee abandoned. Several
touched since. "To make our old cities and zoning were referredto Infantry Division. He served asa Much More Economical more efficient use of engine power, Rock Out of TroublePowerglide's
months the matter again
ago was platoon sergeant in the Medium
Chevrolet's 1953 Automatic make it
Powerglide extremely thrifty.
communities safe for the presentand smooth flow lets
our new a member of the Council, but to date we Tank Co. of the 160th Inf. Regt. Transmi sion.-teamd with power
the future, we must bring" zoning up to have not heard that his efforts met with any his wife, Lucille, resides in Starke. the 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame" high- Great New Passing AbilityThe you whenever rock out the of need sand arises., snow "LOW"or mud

date and strictly enforce it, says Joseph W. greater success than his predecessors.We Before entering the service he compression Valve-in-Head engine car picks up pace in traffic or and "REVERSE" are side by side

Lund in a recent article. find it hard to believe, however, that was employed with HumphreysGold brings you entirely new operating on the highway at the touch of a on the Powerglide quadrant, making
: "Also we must plan wisely and imaginatively in the whole of Starke there are not suffi- Corp. economy in city driving and on toe, for the '53 Powerglide has an the operation doubly easy.

for the future, so that growth will be cient responsible citizens who, recognizingthe long trips added automatic passing range. Push-Proof Parking

orderly and not haphazard," says Mr. Lund. need for this effort, would not be willingto Far Livelier Getaway i.: -, Smoothest No-Shift Driving Put the selector lever in tcp ARK"

The other day, at a meeting of a group of give whatever time and effort is neededto Put the selector lever in "DRIVE" at Lowest Cost position when you leave the car, and

business men, someone wondered if other bring about an effective zoning plan. The position-step on the accelerator- Driving is almost incredibly easy, a positive gear-type lock holds it in
towns were as "fouled up" on their layout longer the matter is delayed, the more diffi: and you move smoothly away from changes of speed almost unbelievably position until you return.a .
standing start to legal traffic speed smooth for this transmisin -
and as hampered by lack of planning as is cult will be the problems involved. seconds. sion gives simplest, smoothest, noTimeProved, Owner-Proyed
Starke. The answer of course is that most In the words of Mr. Lund: "Our cities are shift driving at lowest cost Dependability
of the older towns are in just as bad shapeas facing a crisis- a real crisis in the Americanway. Important New Gas Savings Come in. Drive a Chevrolet with 1
we are. A hundred years ago our city But America has met crises in the Youll never know how economical Safe es-on-the-Road Driving this finer, more popular automatic
dads could not foresee the need for wide and past and mastered them. Working together, an automatic transmission can be Powerglide permits you to transmission-time-proved by hundreds -
until you try the 1953 Powerglide. Irate on driving, with hands on the of thousands of owners in
straight thoroughfares, so streets in many we can do it again"Get Various improvements, including a steering wheel and eyes on the road. over a billion miles of driving!
Marian Glenn Crews, youngestson
of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crewsof :MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR !

Lawtey, enlisted in the Marine .."

Juries Not 'For Men Only'Because Ready For'Adjustnent'The Corps last July and took is basic e Optional automatic at transmission extra cost. and Combination 115-11.,. of"Blue-Flanuf r.lIU'.'
J training at Parris Island, S. C"
engine bailable on 'Two-Ten" and Bel Air 1MI lI.:
He is known to his 'many friendsas Power
.1.- Steering available on all models.
jurors become,.members of the air and the press are full at the mo- "Sweet Pea". His address is: -- r .t. 1

court"' s soon as they are sworn in, judges ment of a rare flow of double, or even triple Pvt. M. G. Crews-1385079, Platoon
the have felt 243, Co. A, 4th Recruit
throughout country an acute Training
talk. It the authorities can't
and growing necessity to arouse their in- seems agree on Bn., MCRD, Parris Island, S. a I TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE

terest in cooperating with the legal profes- whether we face depression, recession, or .

adjustment and to make things all the
sion in improving' the administration: of
111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETS
justice.At more confusing, no one pauses. long enoughto
the recent convention of the AmericanBar define his terms. r

Association a Massachusetts judge said: financial writer
Reynolds Knight, sug-
"The jury is the best system of adjudicating
gests that for the sake of review rYi
clarity, we
controversies yet devised by man. It is the
bulwark of our liberties, and anything that the Federal Reserve Board's index of in- .1

can improve the caliber of juries should be dustrial production. It stood at 110 in 1929,

encouraged. If the courts become the objectof fell to 58 in 1932, and didn't creep back up ') -

discussion 'among organizations like the to 113 until 1937. Then it slid to 89 in 1938, i; 1 II

League of Women Voters and the chambersof rose to 109 in 1939. It reached a then all- Pfc. Larry Cochran, USMC, son

commerce. I believe this will encourage time, war-time high of 203 in 1945, but re of Mr. and :Mrs. Jimmie Swindellof
good juries." conversion problems in 1946 dropped it backto Starke, completed basic train-

These remarks bring to mind a recent in- 170. The index moved up to 192 by 1948, ing at Parris Island S. C. last

terview with County Judge T. A. Yawn in then inventory indigestion.slowed it to 176 May Pendleton and is, now Calif.stationed and at Camp I

which he called attention to the fact that in 1949. M. P. duty in and around assigned San to

only a handful of women had registered for Says Mr. Knight: "Let's call the 47 per Diego and San Francisco. He

jury duty in Bradford County since the ladies cent drop of 1929-32, with eight years of fall hopes to be able to spend Christ-

were granted this privilege several years ago. and recovery, a 'depression'; the 1937-38 set mas here with home folks. He

The judge pointed out that jury duty is one back of 21 per cent, with recovery almost writes that California is pretty,

of the highest types of service that a citizencan complete in two years, a 'recession'; and the but he wouldn't trade Bradford
render his community and his fellow briefer and slighter dips of 1945-46 and 1948- County for any part of it. Pfc.

man.We with 49 'adjustments'." friends Cochran who would can like write to him hear at from the
the Massachusetts
agree judge He then goes on to say that students of following address: Pfc. Larry fJJ&fS( LE&S
quoted above that "anything that can improve -
these changes, who have been consistentlyright Cochran-1384617 USMC: General
\ the caliber of juries should be encouraged" in the past, look for an adjustmentnow Supply Bn., H & S Co., 1st Com-
and we believe that at least one than 15 bat Service FMF
no more a per cent drop from Group Service
woman on every jury would be a definite the 238 productio level of first-half of 1953. Command, Force Troops Pac, TO BUY :

contribution in this direction. As for the duration of 'adjustment', Mr. Camp Pendleton, Calif. ..l. : ..
'
Therefore that !:
we hope more women will
Knight says: "That's something else again; .
recognize the important service they can often it takes some non-economic factor to ::5: TO INSTALL
render and join the ranks of those who have start a new trend.
already registered for service in "the best
system of adjudicating controversies yet devised Well, anyway, it's nice to know what we'rein

by man". for-or do-we? TO' OPERATEThan '_!T

la Circuit Court Bradford County.
Florida la Caaarerr.
Doris J. Morgan. Plaintiff vs. Jos-
eph E. Morgan. Defendant. any other kind of heatfito&u
Case No. 10-106
'
Ad/erfiseo! Order Of Pablltatioa Aad Notice
/ T. Appears State Of Florida Toi Pvt. James E. Taylor left last
V Joseph E. Morgan, whose residence week for Fort Sill, Okla. after _ tta +'n ae OM1'i 1 7 :. m r1 4'sL a--
jnonatJ aid
address Is: Unknown
VENETIAN You are required to appear on spending a leave here with his
November 2. 1S5J. in the above mother, Mrs. Wilma Edwards of
named Court and cause wherein; Theressa. He completed his basic -
plaintiff seeks divorce. Custody and training at Ft. Jackson S. C. His Dearborn Area Heat introduces a new concept in
.... k BUNDSA.IAD control of minor child. Bradford I address is: Pvt. James E. Taylor, .
.
County Telegraph shall publish this j i RA14505684, C-2-469th FABN, Ft. : <
Rpu Order in next four weekly Issues. j I Sill, Okla. real comfort and more enjoyable living. It lets you
r,
about Dearborn
Witness ask us
my hand and I
seal at Starke Florida this October official .. .. 0'__ ... .. _A.__ ,- ... '
1. 1953. '" '
I heat one room or your entire house...it puts heating .
(OFFICIAL
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A* Clerk of said Court HEAR BETTEROR *
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 195 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKB FLORIDA PAGE THREE I

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supplement to their stock a little! seeding of clovers should begin Thursday for the P. K.
'It Came From Outer Yonge- vacation in Tampa with friends.
Excessive Rains Damage Pastures; earlier than they ordinarily would. about now and that a maintenance Bradford HI game and Saturday Mrs. P S. Crews and Mrs. J, I
This feeding should continue until application of fertilizer should be for the Fla.-Setson game. \V. Woodward spent Tuesday in
the winter legumes, such as lupine. applied to already established Mr, and Mrs. B. W. Tucker and Jacksonville shopping.
Cause Grass To Lose Nutrition ValuePastures and clover, come in." I clovers."I children of Fernandina Beach visited Supt. L. F. Chapman returned I I
still maintain," Huggins said, the L. L.
. Huggins said that lupine plant- Wainwrights Friday borne Tuesday and all are glad i
ing had been delayed in areas by "that, despite the present low Space'I and Saturday. The Tuckers were to have him home and hope he I
In Bradford Countywere drowned before getting up. land too wet to prepare. "But prices of cattle, a man with aver- enroute home after several days will soon be well and about !
somewhat the "But the biggest damage," Hug- to I
damaged by he added, "a few more sunshiny age good quality animals needsto 1
recent excessive rainfall, accordingto gins said, "was the lowered nutri- days like the past few will bring maintain already establish I
County Agent G. T. Huggins. tional value of the grass, due to about some busy planting times." pastures with a Fall application of
Huggins said that the grass had excessive moisture. The protein fertilizer."
died in spots in newly seeded content of the grass was lowered Continuing his discussion of: Huggins said that at the recent k I

pastures. Even if the seed man- considerably, and, therefore, cattle-. pastures, Huggins said that the Annual 'Conference of Extension : tir
aged. to sprout, he said, they were men should start feeding a protein liming and fertilizing for the j Agents at the University of Flo- I
act- %
rida, a panel of leading cattlemen
had agreed that it would still pay: w
a farmer with average to good I n r.., 4
Another Sensational ,' .
quality stock to maintain his pas- (.tIi' ..
tures; that the keynote was to : < .14" "
get away from the scrub stock; ':.i'"" .., K
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"Del Monte"ANNUAL that the chief complaints resulted I ''''''.1'd:
.2
I from the average price 'of low t ..
scrub stock. : ,
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Huggins strongly recommendsthe ,".: '..
FALLROUND planting of clovers in grass --
Richard Carlson and Barbara Rush'are starred in the new S-D I
pastures and said that where pas-
tures had already received a Fall movie, "It Came from Outer Space", showing at the Florida Theatre
maintenance application of fertil- this Sunday and Slonday. It was adapted for the screen from a story

p UPI! by America's top science-fiction writer, and is filled with thrills from
start to finish.PMA :
FLORIDATHEATRE


Del Monte Committeemen And Ag Workers


PineappleQuantity Map Program For Best Soil Practices ( (:V 4 i'Ljst'UN YOU


The newly elected Bradford Cliff Currie, ,-' the F. H. A.; and I OWN THIS
Starke Florida

I Rights Reserved! ( SUN. WON. County Association Production Committee and Marketing met with County In addition Agent Huggins.to working out a '. BIG 8 POUND
U I C E
Prices Good Thru Sat. Oct. 17 J representatives of the Soil Conservation program of soil practices, the com- CAPACITYEASY
Service, the Farmers
OCT. 19 19 mittee made recommendations as
Home Administration and County
Agent G. T. Huggins Monday to' to what the government's share

152 Gall Sires: ADMISSION work out a program of soil main- should be in making payments fork .E
iSfarke .. '. 46-oz. Adults 75c Children 29c tenance and soil building prac- .e carrying out of the practices.The .
i 29c Including Taxes and Glasses tices best suited for Bradford program is subject to the
FI\\rlda'\ Can County farmers. approval of the State P. M. A.,1 I IIi \Yi'CU Rt

Working on the program, which and, Huggins said, some word as
is to be used in 1954, were: Chair- to the adoption of the program
-'0' ., -- man Jeff Davis, J. W. Kelly, and should be received early in No- .

f 'DEL MONTE ,Calif. (Limit 2 with $5 or more Food Order!) MENsioNr Eustace Kelly, composing the vember. At that time complete ijL1 ? O"f
Bradford County P. M. A. Com- information will be given all farmers -
mittee; Aubrey Dunscomb, repre- in the county. All interested
RILL,,. senting the State P. M. A.; Bill farmers will be given an opportu-
Peaches Can19C tHx Haas and Foster Shi Smith, of nity to participate in the 1943 _
No 2% ate ship _
toe s P wadd. the Soil Conservation Service; program, Huggins said.
,. froSHUDDER m- anoth er
TTTTTTTTTTYTVTVTTTTVTTVT'I! Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Belch.
Visitors at the J. G. Caldwell

... STATE FARM 1 home Sunday were Mrs. Cald-
fit the fury of well's sister, Mrs. A. G. Youngeand
Homogenized Shortening (Limit 1 Can Please!) i
thundering avalanche'! !' a neice and nephew, Mr. and
d Mrs. Emery Dean and sons, Billy
The State Farm CommunityClub and Donald of Fairfield.

PRY 3. The SE ( OMORPHSElEN held its annual fall luncheon Our band members, Frances I
Lb Can ,, look Ilk e humans Tuesday afternoon, September13th
who con Caldwell, Nancy Bates, Briai!
orl in honor of the out-going I
s of tell Kiicera and Carolyn Crews were
his
or t 9 and in-coming officers. The I I
tables in.: the dining room were delighted over two trips to Gaines
ville, last week with the band.
daisies
beautifully arranged with
and fern and the covered dish I
VELVO Whole BeanCOFFEE
lunch was most tasty and de-
licious. After the luncheon hour FILLDIRTGOOD ;
M
members assembled in the club .
[ Bag69C room and the meeting was calledto RICH f fI EASY TERMS-LOW DAWN PAYMENT
Lb
order by the President, Mrs.J. I

CAME .. G. Caldwell. Yearly reports TOP SOILSee I, 1 G. J. McGRIFFAPPLIANCES
'" were received from the officers
IIPY"FECM and various committee chairmen.

Del Monlo 'Values! Ardour's Star .t (Umil 1 with $5 Food Order!) Officers for the ensuing year areas I .
follows Mrs. L. F. Chapman,. BILL JACKSONJackson 145 W. Call St Phone 229 Starke. Fla..

;::- c 11. flUTER President; Mrs. J. G. Godwin, 1st
I 303 Can FruiiCocktail I COrned Beef 12oz 39 Vice President; Mrs. Lyle' Buck, Transfer Compan: I

CaD 23c \ 2nd Vice President; Mrs. LouieL. Phone 165
Secretary 'and I IJ
SPACE Wainwright ;
No.300 Early GardenAsparagus DONALD DUCK
Mrs. E. C. Long, Treasurer. Com-
CaD 29c mittee Chairmen; Mrs. J. G. Cald-

Bartlett 27c latir"r9 well, Membership; Mrs. R. P. Mc-
No. 2tt Mayonnaise Pint
Lendon, Social; Mrs. L. W. Pace, Here hel
Pears Can 39c RICHARD! CARLSON Finance; Mrs. H. M. Richarde, comes p
.
No. 303 Early Garden OLD SOUTH : BARBARA RUSH Sewing; Mrs. J. M. Bradley, Civic;

Limas CaD 25c I M t&ntis tRllEIOSSEll1ONNSON Mrs. H. J. Kucera, Welfare, Program Mrs.; Mrs.W.
North
W. N. ;
No. 303 Early Garden Orange Juice 46-oz &J3c I { G. Cofield, Flowers; and Mrs. L. ice-cold Coke

'aas Cm 2lG .4 $ ,UIHUH HUGHES E. Dugger, House. Plans were isa
made for the Hallowe'en Party
October 31st at
'1 Saturday night

Sunnyland Ready to ''Eat 8 to 12 ]Ib. Whole or Half I 7:00.Mrs. Whatever your work, it goes easier
Ola Belch of Winter Havenis
EXTRA/"SPECIAL Anucnoip visiting her son and family, when you pause now and then

Smoked Hams Lb 59c I oII ood's izer, the only additional practice for an ice-cold bottle of CocaCola.Yes ..d'

be liming and seeding. The
would
11 ? FIRST MUSICAL cost of this practice is by far sir-Coke helps plenty p r

I KATURHTE! increased yield of work refreshed. '
offset by the ...you
Corn-F2d, Rib End, Loin f t, beef, he said. A small additional

r acre could ..meana ,
investment difference per of 300 pounds in beef. l : .. -

Pork Roast Lb 45c According to the county agent, .., kI f- .,
: t clovers best suited for this areaare >,
: White Dutch for flat lowland;
Dixie Crimson for medium soil; .
I Best Center CutPork \ I 1I and Floranna for light land.. '

.. I Huggins lists the cost of planting G
clover] exclusive of fertilizer, as

Chops Lb 59c about $6 per acre for liming and 4u I
I r $3 to J3.50: for feed.
t
Winding up his discussion of
astures, Huggins said,"As a wordof U u
-, encouragement to local farmers,

. LAND O'SUNSHINE HICKORY SWEETSliced we're not hurt nearly as badly as
1
the central and glades section of

the state, where pastures are com-
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SfafeAuxiliaryOllicersHonored- Mrs. Arthur, Ivey Dukes-Edwards I since he enlisted lIond will re-

Will Be Speaker I for Ft. Jackson was taken

I .... : At PTA Meeting .in Postcard Atlantic from City Jack but Thursday
III Vi-

: 5IzT!: [ -I.do -D" j Jim Ritch, president of the to anything Starke about... Idell when parents Thursday" the for

Starke address
.4 Parent-Teacher Association is Box 36ft, '
brfi hubby,
1 announces that Mrs. Arthur pital, Durham, N C.
Gladys Mooty \ G. Ivey of Jacksonville will be the Prettiest sight I've from Marine ,
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Phone 35 4 gueSt speaker for the next regular long time: those home"a
meeting of the organization nrns (you it of First '
___ i pronounce )
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.. On Oct. 20. daughter ;
1 Mrs. Ivey is the chair- that :Maryann (Canova
;fri !J man of the PTA Summer Institute air mailed from In the Gov- ,:
Dinner Given .J
UDC Officers Party ,
New, They moved
ncf for the national group. Her sub- grandmother, Irs.
.v'fE .
For Pvt. ti.r ject will be "The Acting Gov-
Are Installed Noegel Responsibilities ; ... They've been f
,
picture
and Possibilities of ap- 1
an Active week
now, and still
as
:
hostess A dinner party'was given Monday Parent-Teacher % T.U ..
)Irs.F K.Perryman was Association. the day they arrived _.. n
to they :W. T.- Weeks Chapter night 'at the Tower House in The senior high school band Harry Hatchets were all for now
.t
U. D. iC.{ on Wednesday Oct. 'I, Gainesville for Pvt.. Leonard M. under the direction of Gay Rimert a Rotary Club directors ; barn dance It It'b

and, ai outgoing president, pre- Noere!, who left Tuesday morn- -, f.t Will participate in the program .. tions supper Monday :'b a Saturday ii
ing for Ft. Lewis Wash. After '
,
aided over the busmeu meet.ing.In. The Starke PTA includes the communities their Camp Blanding I
1. A.. Darts, Acting aecretary. dinner a pleasant time was spent Ck w3 f' of Brooker, Hampton. -Carolynh

read the convention calls with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 1. Johns -y- .' t lIei1bronn S rjngs, and .Lawteyas
for the Florida Division to be held in their new F1avet apartment at ;1 1.yam the majority of high school

111 Tampa Oct. 13-15. and also for the University of Florida. students live outside the city of !! \
.
i
the General Convention to be held Besides Pvt. Noegel and Mr. and k..84nnutsit Starke. The meetings are held at 114-k t et .

111 Washington, D. C. in Novem- In. John, those enjoying thud I 17:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of
ber. An Interesting reading on The occasion were Mr and Krs. W. A- each month at the school cafe-

Women of Confederacy was given Scott of Gainesville and the hosts lem. 11r. and Mrs. Edgar Dukes of -

br the historian Yrs. L. G. Powell. Yr. and Mrs. J.T. Quigley Starke announces the engagement o I

The following new officers were I a Officers Installed and approaching marriage 01 their

Installed: President, 1rrs. W. G. M.rs. Mays Hostess daughter Miss Vetmarie Dukes,
Hane: 1st vice president, Yrs. O. For Association WMU to Curtis Guy Edwards, son of Mr. )
L. Haynes: 2nd vice president, Mrs. On Son's Birthday DEPARTMENT PRESIDENT, American Legion Auxiliary. l\lrs.l\lary and Jolrs. Guy Edwards, also ot

G. W. Roberta: recording secretary Marshall Tallahassee (seated left), Mrs. W. 1\1. Gravy District Pres- The Women's Missionary Union Starke. Date of the wedding will
Mrs. D. H. : Jr. of the New .ra o
Mays, entertained River Association
.Irs. 1. A- Davis treasurer, (dent DlD1Dellon.. Mrs. Claude CrowtOn held
: Standing 11 to .r) president be announced later.
Thursday afternoon of last installation of officers 4'b ,erur saute
on Friday, hit
frs. E. K. Perryman: chaplain, Poet 56 Anxlliary; l\lrs. lack Dempsey, secretary-treasurer; Mrs G f
week with a her Oct. 2, at Heilbronn eg
party honoring
JlrI.: W. J. Chandler: recorder of small lon, Dannitte m, on the Walter Muhlltofer. sergeant at anns. Church. .' Baptist., WSCS Will Meet 010 rt ,A
crosses Yn. ,Ruby Johns: registrar 0 u r
Mrs.4 A-Davis: historian, occasion of his third birthday an- The following _officers_,were installed Monday Afternoon Z 5 d. a you a r \
Join. L G. PoweU. niversary. The American Legion Auxiliary crystal holders. by :Mrs. Lex Green, president 1 ru tdys.

The hostess, assisted br .Irs. A large number of children en- honored the State President, Mrs. Pouring punch during the after- of the Starke society: Mrs.J. The regular business and pro- pld MOtiD tilWsl I II

Jeanette Kincaid and )tra, J. Eo JOYed the affair, and favors 01 Mary Marshall of Tallahassee, and noon were .Ira. I. E. Clark and W. Thomas, president; Mrs. gram meeting of the Methodist

Wilson, served delicious refresh- balloons and Hallowe'en noise- Mrs. W. M. Gracy, District Pres- Mrs. Mike Gilhooly, past Auxiliary Ralph Beville, vice president; Mrs. W. S. C. S. will be held Monday

menta.Yra.. makers were given each child. ident of Du."lI1ellon, at a lovely tea presidents. William Wilson, young people's afternoon at 3 o'clock in the

Assisting .Irs., Mays in serving Tuesday afternoon at the home of Red carnation corsages were leader: Mrs. Paul Raymond,

J. }.I. Vickers and daughters refreshments and entertaining Mrs. Claude Crowson, president of presented to the two honored sion study chairman; Mrs. J. president .

Janice and Jean, were in the children were Mrs. C. L. Till- the local Auxiliary. Kelly, stewardship chairman; }.Irs. siding. t I

Folkaton Ga. last Friday visiting man, .Irs. J. 'B. Williams, an: The tea table was covered with. guests.The occasion was the official S. E. Sparks, community missio:1 The program will be under the ,, in 5. ring up-to mokng dat.: with 1i over the gr.ot.st 100 y.orsl ocki.v.me.t Thrilling

drs. G R. Gowen, Jr. Mrs. Carlton Lauramore.ALVAREZ' a white cutwork cloth, centered chairman: Mrs. Johnnie Cowart, direction of Miss Audrey Newman, Feature tech rings in exciting modern main} I
with red dahlias in a crystal bowl, visit of the state officers to the training school chairman; :Mrs. L. high school librarian, who will Ings that oaenhat.

flanked br tall white candles in local Auxiliary. L. Dya, secretary-treasurer: and present an interesting film strip the brilliance oI the

Men'sClothing Mrs. Tate Crosby, children's home in "SAC". Mrs. C. E. Hernwall 5 precious diamonds.SWO .

S II ORE- Established. 1894 I Junior Woman's Club Recently'Wed I chairman. till have charge of the devotion.as ShNQO 5 o4 t i.Ihis_ .r.w xq isib j:.",_""fIat d-

Buffet Supper Has Ia

Hallowe'en Theme -,.i 1 old ra4 $125,00 ten Prod..in .

o/lowonce. ,'',Jsines

The Junior Woman's Club en- : i

r/y Expert tertained'Thursday evening, Oct.

8, at 7:30 o'clock with a buffet )
and Oam.nd.nlorged
honoring prospective members -
Radio And supper .. e. show defog
husbands and escorts. Always like fo put cute little receptionist .
Greeting the guests as they ar- glad to see e
SERVICE d quips In this column about the L. S. Hutto and
up around
rived were Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr.,I I again
I club president, and Mrs. H. H.Adams. .: younger set and think the prize I after three weeks' illness ... Ed

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS The guests played a quick one this week goes to little six ShuIl entered St. Vincent's hospital -

get-acquatnted game before! sup- year old Janice Hardy: Last Fri- r on Monday for a major 11 / 1'
operation
and
FREE ESTIMATES CALL 239 per ,and the prize was presented w. day night when Janice went to operated on again Bobby at Hope Benton Haven was ,
to Mrs. T. G. Ritch, winner. Door
bed she .
I put her tooth, which had last Thursday. ,. .. .
N. B. Rosier, Jr. '
prize was won by "
Most Experienced Finest Equipped served been pulled out that day, under Somebody certainly had a rous- -- <- .. -- .. -- ,
The buffet was +f
supper her pillow and dreamed all night ling good time out at
the E. JDowling .
Satisfaction Guaranteed from a white linen cOl1ered table about the I II
little
good who
fairy
Sr" ingsley lake home
which centered with a lovely I
, W1lS was going to put a dime under her sometime during the
fall of fruit and nuts, past two EARL
ChaS. C. Shepherd flanked arrangement by orange tapers in silver t- t pillow in exchange for the tooth; .weeks last Saturday when the

holders. Individual tables, placed but 10 and behold the next morn- Dowlings went out there (for the
Radio TV Sales & Se"ic Seat Covers ing there was no dime, so she first time in two weeks) they
adorned
around the room, were
PHONE 239' STARKE, FLA with rows of tiny candy-filled popped out of bed and ran to the found that entrance had been
Hallowe'enmotif I. front door and found that her made from the lake side of the

.. jack-o-lantems.used The the. daddy I had locked it the night before cottage through the screen window COOKS
was throughout
so the fairy had no way to and the cottage completely ran-
club rooms. Other games were get in;, so the next night Janice sacked beds had been slept In
played during the evening and
made sure the door ,was unlocked food had been eaten bottles
-
4 rxr.: prizes were awarded to the win- before she went to bed and sure all over the place and canned GROCERIES -- MEATS -- FEED

iI ners.Mrs. t nuff the next morning there was goods and all fishing equipment
Jim Chasteen, social chair-
u. S. 301 IN NORTH STARKE
the dime under her pillow right stolen .
man, planned the event and serv- beside her tooth. Oh, to be young The Winsome Class of the
Phone 339.J
ing as committees were the fol- again, and have such faith! Baptist church had a time
So Thrilling to Bet lowing: decorations Mrs. N. B. See Pvt. Vernon Reddish from Tuesday evening at the gay.Charlie QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Rosier chairman Mrs. Ned Yan-
; Camp Polk, La. is home for a Darby house when they had their WE CLOSE 9:30 P.l\I.\ SATURDAYS
Mrs. Robert Barksdale, Mrs.
cey ten day visit With his family, the annual
t Tacky Clara Col-
Leslie and Mrs. Vernon party Prices Good Thur. Fri. Sat. Oct. 15 16 11OIy.
4'' Biggs P. D. Reddishes .. hear that son, dressed as a mountaineer ,, ,
I Silcox. Mrs. R. J. Silva provided
w Roswell Kelly, graduate of BHS woman, walked
So Thrifty to Give recorded music during the evening. Mr, and Mrs. B. G. Mizell -49, who has been stationed in prize as the tackiest away person with the at G. Cream Style
whose marriage was an event of C
Sept. 2 in Starke. Mrs. MizeU Is England the past several months the party hostesses for the CORN 2 303 cans
WMU Board Meeting the former Miss Lucille Alvarez, with the air force, is at MacDiU evening were Virginia Darby. 2 5
Field, Tampa for a month after Edna Wainwright Muriel Gay and Northern
Next Night
Monday daughter of bur and Mrs. A. L.
which he will return to England Ann Parker :Mary and Ewell
Alvarez. T. TISSUE 3 rolls
I.'w Lay-Away for Xmas The executive board meeting of h" made a surprise telephone Lawson were hosts Sunday eve-

the Baptist W. M. U. will meet at call to his aunt, Mrs. V. V; Hazen ning at their home to the 25

the home of Mrs. Lex Green Mon- Deanery Luncheon on Monday ... ICNF Robert members of the Baptist Youth JIM DANDY POTATOES ? ?

day evening. All officers of circles Set For Oct. 20 Stefanelli from the USS Saipan Choir .. the Jerry Gar home was
are urged to attend. which was docked at Mayport the scene of a delightful spaghetti

... The business and program meet- In St. Augustine from Thursday. to Monday, spent supper Saturday evening honoring GRITS CRISCO ? ?
? ing of the Baptist W. M. U. will that time ..with his parents, the Martha Yanc@y's birthday anni-
; be held Tuesday noon at 12 o'clockin The St. Augustine Deanery of Henry Stefanellis on Sunday versary and Dot and Mike Shep- CHEER ? ?
the National Council of Catholic Mrs. Stefanel11 a big home- pard's
the church educational building. gave wedding anniversary Ib
,a.z.; The Lorena Epperson circle is in Women will hold its fall meeting I I cooked dinner to Robert and seven 17 guests helped celebrate the 5 39CBREEZE 7q \
:: charge of arrangements. Tuesday, Oct. 20, at St. Augustmev.ith of his sailor buddies f1"9m the dual occasion. s s

\ % '. > the Very Rev John W. Love, ship, which they all enjoyed im- Orchids to T. J. Griffin who was -

.. x Business Woman pastor of the cathedral, as host. mensely. Their ship left Monday 81 years old on the 12th, A. C. CAMAY
A Mass will be celebrated in the for a nine-month cruise to Japan Durden who was 81 years old on
Circle Meeting Cathedral at 9 a.m by the Rev. .. hear that Al K. Carlisle is in the 14th and to Hugh Brownlee SOAP 4 bath size I'Iflc

F MISS UNWEQSE Michael Kelly, deanery spiritual training at Fort Devin Mass. and who was 70 years old on the 12th; I
STARLET llj.w.Isexpoodon The Business Woman's Circle of 'advisor, pastor of St. Monica's his family is living in Jax during other birthdays celebrated this S. 'V. &
the First Baptist Church met Church Palatka. lIershey'sSUGAR
brocef.t expaMioa bracsf.t AMERICAN I his training period Al expects week were: Norma Thompson on
sZ97s =34ys GIRL Monday night, Oct. 12, in the Mrs. H. L .Morgan, Jr of Key- to be home on furlough in Dec the 15th; John Arthur TorOOe, Jr. Slli f
>
;: fypw.le educational building for a covered stone Heights, deanery president,
... Ensign Dick Fowler reported who was two on the 14th; Lucille
dish su 'Oer. Preceding the din- will conduct the business meeting, back to his ship, the USS Tarawa. Green on the 7th, Dr. L. H. Jen-I (With $5 Food Order or More)
net a solo by Frank Eifert was and introduce the guest speaker, in Jax on Wednesday after beinghome rings on the 8th. Arthur Williamson

a: enjoyed by the 27 members pres- the Rev. Harry F.. Turner, pastor with his family for ten days. the 12th and Barbara Jean OLD GLORY

of St. Edward's Church, Starke. He will be on maneuvers in the Mitchell will be two years old ort
The new officers were installed His topic will be -'Today's Catho- Mediterranean and on to Korea until the 20th. Peggy Sheller was PORK & BEANS 2no2 can 29c

in a candlelight service by Mrs. lic Women a modem Mary- next Aug. 3rd class petty hostess to 19 guests SaturdaY
aL Lex Green. M.artha". officer Brad Locke writes wife vening on her birthday; and COLORED- -- '

Mrs. Russell Norman, new clr- Members are asked to visit the Sharon, that he Is near Iceland' Janet and Bobby Turner and 1

cue chairman, had charge of the shrine exhibit, featuring entries right now and expects to come :Madge and Jim Chasteen enjoyed COCOANUT pkg> 9

business program. Plans were from Deanery affiliations in St. home sometime In Nov. He had dinner at the Lobster House and !\ NiceONIONS Cled.

made to continue paying for lunch Augustine, Jacksonville, Tallah2.- just gotten over a combat with a show in Jax Saturday evening 21bs

I for a school child. see, Gainesville, Palatka, Starke, pneumonia. in celebration of Janet's birthday. ,

Mrs Shirley Pollet, retiring. Jacksonville Beach, Loretto, Keystone },{r. and Mrs. Raif Alvarez and Guess October is really the birth- MY-T-GOOD

leader, was presented with a lovely Heights, and Crescent City. I son, James, moved recently from day month!
T gift. Reservations for the luncheon So. Walnut street to Jax ... Spotted at the U. of F.-Stetson MEAL S'bs 29c

'Y' Mrs. J. D. Doyle had charge of may be made With Mrs. W. W. Eleanor and Jim Palmes and game Saturday nite were: Her-

\ \J' \ the after which Mrs. Lex Waite, 65 Lemon St., St. Augus- family moved on Monday from long and Norma Jean Adams,
C I i Green program dosed with prayer. tine, prior to Oct. 16. the St. John home to the Noble Edith and LeslIe Biggs, Dot and We Have Specials Not Listed

\ house on the Palatka highway ... Bill Powell, Comer Perryman

1p It $ le I Birthday Party Birthday Dinner Edna Kinchen of Santa Fe Lake Nina Bishop, Mural Gardner, Lillian Fresh D & D CHUCK
r is now bookkeeping for Hartm sore Bishop.. Judge Perryman,
@8 s For Randy Bennett At Griffin Home Furniture ... Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Peggy and Don Neel, Hazel, Jim HEN S or S TEA K or

0' 1V Chambers and daughter Sandra and Franklin Hitch, Pearl an"
Mrs. T. J. Griffin Miss Anne
Mrs. Ovid Bennett'entertained of Ogdensburg, N. Y. are now occupying Luke Pickering, Susie and B. T.
: s'y Darby and Mrs. Carrie Bitch entertained FRYERS ROAST
= at a lovely birthday party Saturday at a joint birthday dinner the Leonhard (former Thomas, Rev. Haines, Helen and .
afternoon Oct. 3. for her son, Howe) house at 415 8th street Tommy Raines Joan Silcox Bill
on Sunday celebrating the
i Randy who was celebrating his 81st bIrthday anniversary of T. J. Mr. Chambers Is a civil engineer and Alyce Graham, Junius and Ib 44c Ib 39c
AJIUICAH EAGtEtitaoe first anniversary. and will work on the new DuPontplant Virginia Smith, Martha Landrum.
Griffin and his
V grandson, Cliff
TItWlt 21 j.w; .1. The party was held at the home Mendoza, who was also at Lawtey ... word from Sonny Brinson, }.{able, Ogden and

n Npane" bad .)\ 17_. II '';<:,:'".\ expansion bat # of Randy's grandparents Mr. and his 16th anniversary. Both celebrating of their Hollis Vaughn Knight, Jr that he Barbara Bates, Gladys and James SNORED RIB & BRISKETs
3575 ,, ..,.....",", ;' '* $5'0 lira. F.J.Shaw where a green and birthdays fell has joined the armed forces and Hobbs, Steve and Ruth Simmont ,
<-'k"""" on Monday, the 12th. SAUSAGE STEW
h.- """'"" $4500 '. pink color scheme was carried Helping to celebrate the occasion is taking basic training at Dr. Barrie, Billy Noegel, Harold
Jackson S. C. his address is: and Leon Hazelwood Virginia and
out In decorations. The -
young were Mr and Mrs H. M.
stern were given balloon favors Griffin of Waldo Dr. and 1Irs. C. Pvt. Hollis V. Knight, J rgt... Jack Dempsey, Disc and Pat }'lc- Ib 24c Ib lSclIed.

ROBERTS JEWELRY during the afternoon. C. Mendoza Miss Gloria Johns R4U505743, Co. B, Int. Re .. Griff and Seeber and Eloise Good-
Fort Jackson, S. C. ... hear the man ?.
celebrate the and B. B.
Helping Randy Mendoza all of Jacksonville -
beautiful new Gold House Restaurant Spotted Carl Roberts Jr. and Fresh
occasion were Dale Johns, PamSewell Dr. and Yrs. T.' G. Ritch ,
adjacent to Starke Yotot Joe .Ionteith (registrants of the
"Your Jeweler" Leonard Conner Wayne and children of Starke, and Mr. MULLET HAMBURGER
Friendly
Court, is week board their to
next
and opening Leesburg ) on way ,
Mrs.
Bennett, Leigh Priest and DavidMcKnIght. I. E. Jordon of Ovieda.
; with Glen E. Rush of Ocala as Jax Iouday to enter the service
f S. A. L. Time Inspector Little Tom Ritch rolled the tea manager ... was happy to hear, of Uncle Sam ... Joe (a newlywed Ib 17c Ib 39c
r' Assisting Irs. Bennett were wagon loaded with gifts Into the that Helen Haines made the Glee.[ ) says his honeymoon was

Phone 260 Starke F1a.tYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTTT1. Yra. Frazier Shaw Mrs. Doylenner ling room and presented them to Club at Stetson ... see Des Wilson -, shortlived ... Guess we'D also be .

and Miss Sandra Johns. the honor guests during the party, at the Clothes IJne these days missing Bobby Bigga for a whil '- ,- .. --. -- .





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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16 1953 PAGE FIVE

imum millage assessment for the da; also described as: Beginningat suit Is to Quiet and confirm the title ....... ._- .. ,' -,- .. '.'- -' .... "
Mrs. Pellum HonoredAt ensuing biennium for the support an iron stake set at the inter- of plaintiffs to the above described -." '-.' -- - .. ,-- 'itiO- ".. '.,.
and maintenance of all the public section of the Southerly line of lands as a fee simple title; and you
Anniversary Of schools within the said district to Madison Street with the Easterly are required to appear and serve a
be: line of Orange Street in the copy of your answer ur pleading on GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY SALEAT
Demonstration WorkMrs. District Current School City of Starke. Florida thence plaintiffs attorney Hollis V. '
Funds ._ 7 mills run South 72 degrees 3 minutes Knight, whose address is Starke.
School Building and Bus I East and along the South line of Florida and to file the original of YOUR FRIENDLYSuwannee
F. J. Pellum, teacher at Reserve Fund 2 mills Madison Street for a distance of your answer or pleading in the office -
The Board of Public Instruction 119.10 feet, to a concrete monu of the undersigned Clerk of
OONTHE| HEWS the Starke elementary school Bradford County, Florida. I ment, thence run South 24 degrees Circuit Court on December 7. 1953;
was honored last week by being H. P. Morgan 20 minutes West for a dis- otherwise the allegations of said
County superintendent. tance of 210 feet thence run Complaint will be taken as confessed -
--- --- invited to attend a reception, cele-
10/16 4t 11/6 North 72 degrees 3 minutes West by you.
and brating the 50th anniversary of for a distance of 21.15 feet to IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
),{r. and Mrs. O. N. Peterson Mrs. Crosby H.Dawkins of Bradford an iron stake thence run North 1 this Order of Publication and Noticebe
in Circuit Court
Demonstration work, la The
left Wednesday for their home In daCrhter.,Janelle, of Jacksonvillewill Farm County Florida, IB Ckmmcery degree 50 minutes West being forthwith published once each
Calif. after three- join Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll- Gainesville Sunday night Case No. 10-135 along the Easterly line of Orange week for four successive weeks in
Los Angelea, a The reception was held at the D. E. KNIGHT and N. L. KNIGHT, Street, for a distance of %%0,16 Bradford County Telegraph a duly
day visit, with their niece, Mrs.Larry man on Friday and on Saturday his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. Dr. IDA J. feet to an iron stake,at said pointof qualified newspaper published in
Miss
Gibson who they hadn't they will all go to St. Petersburgto Hotel Thomas in Gainesville. : HEIBERGER. et al. Defendants. beginning; said County.
You and each of you are hereby WITNESS my hand and official
Dorothy Rosa Bradford Count Order Of Publication Amd Hfilet To
seen in 16 years. Mrs. Gibson and visit Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boyd Appear notified that a Pill of Complaint seal at Starke. Bradford County.
home demonstration agent, ac- has been filed in the Circuit Courtof Florida. this October 15. 1953.
.for weekend and to attend the To
dai ,hter Gloria, and their guests the THE STATE OF FLORIDA. :
companied Mrs. Pellum to the re- Dr. Ida J. Heiberger R. C. Heiber- Bradford County Florida in OFFICIAL, SEAL)
spent Tuesday at Augustine.. I christening of the Boyd'a son ger. J. Charles Richard Mary S. Chancery by D. E. Knight and X. L. /CHARLES A. DARBY,
Afro Thomas Colson, Mrs Clyde 'William Boyd, on Sunday. ception. Simmons Frank W. Simmons, Sid- Knight his wife, as plaintiffs and Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford 401 PHONE

Colson and Mrs..W. S. Johns were I' ),{r. and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr. honors:Mrs. because Pellum of was her early chosen Farm for ney can, F.Sophia Hansford.G. Saunders Sallie Sarah J. S. Dun-Jane against you; that and the each nature of you of as said defendants -I County Florida. 10/16 4t 1116 E.CALL St

In Jacksonville' Tuesday to get and daughter Katharine, spent Saunders Jesse N, Jones, Mrs;Jesse ore 345
Annie Wainwright who will the past week vacationing at Demonstration work, which wasa N. Jones whose Christian name ST.
Mrs. forerunner of the agricultural II' unknown to plaintiffs, John D. -
make her home with Mrs. Johns. Miami Beach. I McKinley Nathaniel David Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray and Mrs. F., M. Lou2hlin and son extension service. She,was also Mrs. Jane Alvares and Drury Red- BENEFIT TURKEY DINNER CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager
visiting active in 4-H Club work duringthe dish, if alive and the unknown
children of Jacksonville visited Bill, of Gainesville were of each of them If alive
II spouse
Mr. and'Mrs. J. S. Sapp on, Sun- friends, here last Wednesday.Miss early days of that organization. and if any of them be. dead to theunk'nown At The Masonic Temple DELIVERY SERVICE fi
Cecelia Perritta, of Tampa spouse, heirs, devisees

day.Mr.. and, YrL.,.Ralph Cox and student at U. of F. was the YOU'LL LOVE the new Eater grantees and'legatees other, assignees claimants creditors by- Thursday, Oct. 22 6:00 P.M. We reserve the right to limit quantity ,

daughters!, Cynthia and"Priscilla, overnight guest Saturday' of, brook puri -me fountain pens in every through of, under the above or against named each persons and RECEIPTS WILL GO TO Prices Good Thur., Fri.. Sat.. Oct. 15. 16, 17

of Live Oak were visiting Mrs! Miss Ann.Johns. pastel shades. Only $%.31 at Brad- who are deceased; to The Land MASONIC BUILDING FUND
Clark of Jacksonville Mortgage Bank of Florida Ltd.. of
D. L. Silcox ,on Saturday. Miss June witll ford County Telegraph. England, and all persons interestedin OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY
Miss Beryl Holland of Gaines- Beach spent .the' weekend Mr.and Mrs. Comer A. Long of such organization Thurber Why- PUBLIC INVITED
and Mrs. L E. land Company (Incorporated) of the
ville was the overnight guest Wed- her parents, Mr. Clewiston are spending their two City of New York, a corporation and Sponsored by Bradford Lodge No. 35 F&AM and

nesday of .),{r. and Mrs. Harry Clark. weeks vacation at the Carroll homeon if dissolved all persons interestedin
Mrs/P. S. Denmark is visitingMr. Lake. Dr. and Mrs. such organization; and to all per- Starke Chapter No. 224 of Eastern Star I
Mooty.
Ward in Kingsley sons having or claiming any inter- My-T Good Ga.MEAL .
TURKEY DINNER Benefit and Mrs. Roger Bryant Carroll of Jacksonville est in the following described lands

Masonic, Temple fund.' Thursday, Jacksonville for several days. spent the weekend with the Longs situate in Bradford County County CORN
Florida, to-wit
Oct. ft, 6 ,... at Temple- Mrs. S. G. Denmark accompa and Mrs. F. H. Long. Lots A, B, :C and D of Block 2

Dr. and .Mrs.'T. Arthur Mosleywill riled Mrs. Bud Payne and Mrs. J. TURKEY DINNER Benefit of Wynn's Addition to Starke as

return.to their home in Jack- E. Thomas of. Crescent City to Masonic Temple fund. Thursday, E per'plat-recorded at page 171 of the in Deed public Book rec- THEATRErSTARKE 10'bbag49c' 2cans 29c
Tallahassee on Saturday to see ords of Bradford: County Flori-
sonville this,weekend after spending Oct. 22, 6 pjn. at Temple
two weeks with their daughter.. 1Irs.'Thomas' daughter Miss Jo- Mr. and Mrs. John Dahl of New U > jBLEpCNRO1eS4
and Rev Anne Thomas, who is a Freshman Mrs. Al _
Mrs. T. G. Mitchell, York visited Mr. and

Mitchell.. at FSU. They attended the Hartmann on Monday while en- Dedicated To Community Service -
r
Mrs.Bey, : and children of FSU Abilene Christian Football route to. spend the winter at St. "Movies Are Better Than Ever"

Jacksonville were weekend guestsof game Saturday evening. Petersburg.Mr. '

Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Morse re, and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad

Mrs --J. H. Hooten of Eustis turned home Monday evening after .. family visited Mr. and Mrs. J. P. cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. 10C
at their
in ten days spent summer Hazen in Ocala recently.
several days visiting
spent home in Fancy Gap Va. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berg of Fort .. Oct. 17-ONLY
this week. aa Tues. Wed. Oct. 20 21
Starke
Mrs. Hollis V. Knight has re- ,
Lauderdale were weekend guests DOUBLE FEATURE GOODINGS Fresh Canned MUSTARD COLLARD or

turned from a visit with relativesin of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham. '- -.GuY- rs ;WA'" ElItOL_.
Miami. Miss Helen Haines and her Stet- -)?\ # GENE AWRY -- -
BAXTER CONTE :J TURNIPS JCans 29C
Miss Anna McCullough, a re- son classmate, Miss Vonnie Dunneof
_ PARK tired teacher of the Monongahela.Pa. Coral Gables, spent the week-

public school system recently end with Rev. and Mrs. L. D. ," GomromAnd =-==-.::.=-IWCW=:r.==
TARKE
FLA. a --"M.DIIltIGanlDRI1ZUIII&.WARNER ARGO GREEN
make her home
arrived here to Haines. i BROS.
with her nephew and niece, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. 'Ralph Boyland 'Qf Cans

Fri.,Sat.-Oct. 16, 17 and Mrs. George Schaeffer. Miss returned home last Thursday aftera CUj Plus "Toreaorable" Cartoon and LIMA BEANS 2 29C

DOUBLE FEATURE McCullough was considered, one month's visit with friends and ..

RED SNOW of the most valued teachers in relatives in New York, Washington Latest NewsCHARLES

the monongahela school systemand D. C. and Pennsylvania. -
Madison and Raymala STRANGEHauff WORLD 1
Cop' I
in civic affairs
was also active TURKEY DINNER Benefit BLUE STREAK JIM DANDY

-And- and musical circles. Masonic Temple fund. Thursday, and Schenider HARDY I

Tom Bell and Mr.and Oct. 22, 6 at
Blue Canadian Mr. and Mrs. p.m. Temple. Plus "Pop Goes The Weasel" Car- RICE GRITS
Mrs. Stark Rouse of Miami, Mrs. Dorothy Ford,and daugh-
toon and Chap. 11 SerialR.
RockiesWith Ariz., were weekend guests of Mr. ters joined Mr. and Mrs. M. C. \ Just sit back and relax-it's so Thur.. Fri.-Oct. 22, 23

Gene Autrey and Mrs. Leo Champion and fam- Ford, Sr.in Jacksonville on Sundayand quick, easy and convenient. C. BUFORDSun. 'bcello39C Sib bag 39C
Also Cartoon and Serial visited the Zoo. so low in cost ...for example:

ily.TURKEY DINNER Benefit ,I Mrs. Merrill Edwards spent One Round ., l\Ion.-Oct. 18, 19

Sun., 1\I0n.-Oct. 18, 19 Masonic Temple fund. Thursday, Thursday with her sister, Mrs. Way Trip

Oct 23, 6 p.m. at Temple James Kinchen in Jacksonville.Mrs. Miami 7.75 13.95St. ROBERT TAYLOR
BROKEN ARRQW W. E. Dowling and childrenare
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Andersonand Petersburg 4.00 7.20 FROZEN FOODS
With James Stewart Mrs. W. J. Epperson visited spending several weeks with.' Ocala 1.40 2.55 AVA GARDNER
Mrs. Dowling's Mr. and
parents
Also Cartoon and News
'Mrs. Dally Epperson and Miss Mrs. Roy Mathews in Palatka St. Augustine 1.20 2.20 HOWARD KEEL Songstress Whole Kernel
in Lake But-
I Katherine Epperson while New York City 20.00 36.00 .
Mr. Mathews is ill. II
Tues., Oct. 20-ONLY. ler on Sunday.Mr. CORN 10-%
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Lee and New Orleans, La. 11.80 21.25 \O t

The; Jazz Singer and Mrs. William Williamson children of Spencer, W. Va. spent Asheville, N. C. 9.65 17.40 E njo1 <

| rnT&hnicolor *? and Mrs.4da Banks of Mount several days last week with Mr. (Plus U. S. Tax) Q1Jin
: of Dr. Pius Nat King Cole and Ross SPINACH
Dora were Saturday guests
Danny and Mrs. Denver Devrick.
Thomas and Peggy Lee flaming
and Mrs. Lemuel Colson. Mr. and Mrs. Greyhound Bus Sta. Morgan" 2 Reeler d .
I George Moxley of
Also Cartoon and News ,_s.- COLOR.1'Ius !
I' k z: Gainesville visited Mr. ,and Mrs.L. Phone 147-J ALL IN 3-D L 19c
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Wed., Thin-bet. 21. 22 i ( S. Hutto last Friday while en- Starke, Fla. G ADM. Adults-75c children-29c BEANS
OUBLE'FEATURESomething' SCHOOLOF route to Columbia, S. C. for the Including Taxes and Glasses "Wee Willie Wildcat"I

weekend., I I Plus Latest News I
BALLET Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Dowling and '
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daughter of High Springs visited BROCCOLI
To Live For
Classes Each Mrs. J. D. Doyle, last Friday.Mr. ,AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ
Joan Fontaln and Ray Milland and Mrs. M. E. York of

-And- Tuesday & Thursday Fernandina spent Sunday evening

THE BRIGAND 5:00 6:30 P.M. with Mr. and Mrs. 1., F. Dinkins. SAVE ON FEEDS

Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and

'Wit Anthony Dexter and St. Edwards RecreationHall family were in Waldo Sunday visIting Lb $4.45

Gale Robbins Mr and Mrs.A.. M. Mixon. LAYING MASH 15

I.., I Also Latest News Phone 244-J Miss Kathryn Carter of Miami

K spent the weekend with Mr. and
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Mrs. E. W. Hayes.Mr. -.:

and Mrs. John t. H. Deas, Jr. SCRATCH FEED 25uF25OATS
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1 and family were in Jennings on -

STARKERADIOS Saturday visiting the senior Deas. lsiBllqFOR

Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and
LbBag $ -75
family visited Mr. and Mrs. R. 100 ]

I TV SERVICE J. Andrews in Orange Park on

Sunday.Mr. THIS FESTIVE

and Mrs. Henry Bolden STAY SOFTSALT
Reasonable Guaranteed Service were overnight guests last Fridayof


6n All MakesRadios or TVIF while California Mr.enroute and to their Mrs.from home X.a vacation M.in Miami.Smith in OCCASION AT KOCH'S DRUG STORE 100 Lb Bag $4.75


The Rolden's son, Rickey, stayed
YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS
with the Smiths while they were RED HOT MEAT SPECIALS
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NOT GIVING YOU .
away. ..
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SATISFACTIONCall Mrs. Ada Alexander and daughter : : :: : : : ; ,

Wilma, had as Sunday visitors -: Creek, Small "TOc

:ri 198-W At Once Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Jones LJb
: i; PICNICS
NOISE MAKERS
and son, Allen, and J. R. Jones of Hallowe'en Pumpkins HAMS 43C

Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Carlos

; 228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's Summers and daughter, Diane

of Jacksonville.Mr. ..

.and Mrs. X. M. Smith and
Small Lean Rib or BrisketSTEW
family were in Salt Springs on lOc lOc

Saturday and Sunday. PORK HAM

Mrs. W. G. Haile left Thurs-

day for Miami for a two weeks'

visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. ffi 53c m 23C

Haile, Jr. and family and Mr.
.. .-.
Mrs. Jack Haile.: .
and i.
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Mrs. H. H. Adams and son, Bill,

went to Camp Gordon, Ga. on

Wednesday to visit Capt. Adams BOLOGNeArL6
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THERE'S NO ARGUING ABOUT NOTICE OF ELECTION 1' mans COSTUMES ;, _
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The Board of Public Instructionof
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WHERE TO EAT (f : Bradford County. Florida here- .. .) TenderCHUCKROAST Large )Vest Coast
: __ by calls and gives notice of a Spec- '
ial Election to be held on Tuesday.
/N STARKE November 3. 1J53 in Special Tai $1'75 upHallowe'en ROE MULLET
School District No. 1 of Bradford \
of
County Florida the boundaries

EVERYBODY 'SAYS z the trict said No. 1 Special being coextensive Tax School with Dis- ib 370 Ib 29'
the boundaries of the county as pre- _
scribed by Section 2J9.J4, Florida
MEET YOU AT Statutes, 1JU as amended by Chap- ..-- !
ter 23726. Laws of Florida, 1547. Said

TUCK'S"WHY 1 ( polling election place to be in each held voting at the precinct usual Plates -- Napkins Cups And U. S. Choice, Western SIRLOIN or :<

la Rid county for the purpose of
electing three trustees for the pub- Lb.,
? lic schools within the boundaries of TSTEAK ?
Special Tax School District No. 1.
Each of the three trustees shall
The Best Food .j of Favors
a come from any one residence district Plenty
for which a county board mem- ,
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Reasonable Prices i and who receive the greatest num- E
: ber of votes cast for election of Fresh Fla. SupremeFRYERS
trustees subject to the limitation
Y. prescribed above shall serve for the
Comfortably Air ,Conditioned I ensuing two years as trustees for OLEO
said school district. I
I The millage for the ensuing biet- KOCH DRUG STORE
slum for said Special Tax School ib Ib
MEET District No. 1 shall also be votedon 49c 19c
and determined at the same time. I
YOU AT TUCIfSAUTO CAFE as prescribed by law. The County
Board of Public Instruction in accordance Phone 53 Starke Fla.
with the provisions of Sec. ,
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er. to the club. Anyone who is Interested I officers of the council here are The football team elected Bar- in the field of teaching is urgedto the librarian ,
Annual Staff received the senior in joining contact Mr. Cowen!'going to Lawtey.: The council also bara Hillard to go to Fernandina attend this meeting. it ana( you will not receive them to organize a Beta Club.
Susie BradfordSure or Levy Canova, the President. and represent this county, She is until this is cleared. Re- This club consists of members
and junior class pictures last Look for a box supper to be I voted on the privileges of the entered in the Miss Pulpwood con- Teen Town council is sending port cards will be issued on Mon- who have at least a'Be' standing
week. The staff has started sales sponsored in the near future by I senior class, they are as follows: test. The contest will be held on two members this week to speakat day so if you owe a fine you had average since the ninth grade.
did see a lot of people of the 54" annual. If you are the Glee Cub. You sure want to 1. Having charge of Senior October 28.Members. the Woman's Club. They will better pay It. No game here on Friday night.
from Starke at the game in planning to get an annual please be present at the supper. II Court; 2. Leaving the stadium discuss the activities that take Beta Club held a night meet-
: : of the senior class will place ,in Teen Town. Hope to see all you who can get
Gainesville last Thursday night. pay your deposit as soon as pos- Student Council held a meeting first from assembly programs, ing to discuss taking in the new
sible. It only costs $1 to depositfor Having a line at the stand attend a meeting in Gainesvilleon Library Council has issued a members. away in New Smyrna.; Hear the
Cheerleaders and students who 1\3. New members will be band
this week to discuss plans for and cheerleaders all
are
\ Cctober 16. of the
annual. Friday of all the
an just seniors: 4. Having copy students who owe
accepted
the
were at the game really supporting .to going to Lawtey Jr. High and,charge of keeping order upstairs Future Teachers of America. Any library fines. If fine during first semes- planning to go.
their team with, lot of yells. Science Club held a meeting ;you owe a ter this year. The club is also go- See next ..
Student Council. The'in the halls. at time. senior student who is interested card will you t
No one seemed to mind the weath- discuss bringing new members in forming a noon your report be given to ing over to Lake Butler and help weekSusie Bradford
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.' BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEYEJfVent
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1WS ,
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weekend with her sister, Mrs. YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-

A 3s Barn .rl Horace Douglas and family near Cattlemen Plan brook purse-size fountain pens In

1 ftptn; High Springs.
shades. Brad-
a Supper Meeting pastel Only $2.37 at
BY CLINT XBONNER n __ SCHOOL NEWS ford County Telegraph.TVVVVVTTTTVVVVVVVTTTTTT.
: rJCHURCHES Sixty-five of our pupils and all
On October
I. of our teachers were in religious 30 *

services last Sunday.

Four hundred twenty four i Jim Pace, extension animal r

-- meals were served in the lunch I husbandman from
Pilot MeThe the Universityof
Methodist Church Presbyterian ChurchFriday Jesus Saviour room last week. The turkey pilau Florida, is expected to be the
and yellow cling peaches made us

Church School 9:45: 'a. m. Oct. 16, 3:30 p. m. Jun- that written for sailors hold up our plates and holler fot featured speaker at the supper
Kym* was meeting the Bradford
:Morning Worship 11 o'clock,, ior Choir Practice. more. County I

:Finding God in Unlikely places". Sunday School 9:45 a. m. MornIng It wu April IS, 1111. It K... Utrtrd Hopper H ppuntI for ski KM win p out to wa iaTW skips Beatrice and Billy Stapleton Cattlemen's Association on Oct.
Intermediate Youth Fellowship .at 11 Lit Tfc Peiky Pray tU Bat Via Pray tad Wstc1" and spent Sunday in Bardin. 30. The meeting is to be held in
Worship a. m., "Weaponsfor fettled back ia t* ey chair b tcndy. "W> ckl lad Stngtlio ia UU-Ocoa. U 1171 eM
6:15 p. m. Senior MYF at 6:30. Service. Youth Fellowships UrU muutter li s week hart sad, st 72, U wuKnag .f kU kymaj wip* lluW U Tie Su&c'a Msp- The Williamson children spent the Starke Lions Den and will be-

Evening Worship 7:30 o'clock.' 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 ea UrmreOtuie. >M fee felt .p Ie vxitUf M r-nt gad rUUd pkia'f Compe.tt lob ZdftrMI Gould Sunday with their grandmother, gin at 7:30 p..m.
Sower". it to music tk migkt Ufan lie aild f. Africa for in Live Oak. i i
Parable of the
The p. m., "Blessings Through Friendship" 1. took s p sea cad pepe cad fUrted eutllainj a
Pace
knltk. VW it wl Wnwl tkat GU W dial who has had considerable
kit
t On Sunday, Oct.. 25. the 90th Youth Fellowship Recrea- ky uu Nobody Iaacl writt kamr UcaM Low *..k.., rarjf'spud ITIBM tto as.d.atmisutu tlm ia Alpm tk .. .. _raed ski dntk of tk. ua Percy Sullivan was in Green experience in' selecting, grading
anniversary of the organizationof tion Hour 8:30 to 9 m. ** Stviovr Pilot M to BUM but Cove Springs on Saturday.
p. sad area when fce did k. wwllr wl fiction UHIM.Donas who hid M sJu. and feeding beef cattle, will speakon I
the Methodist Church in Starke Wednesday, Oct., 20, 7:30 p. m.. tie week days tKe XT. Hopper worked tmoaftk aOA' of tk. ...watts. Hoppert ski word topjr.,g tio* k tw oeirems Vicky Mesher visited Key- general fall and winter feeding 3 Alarm !
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will be observed. Rev. John J. Prayer Meeting and fourth, studyin Milon. OQ Soad7 be preacW Ie tkui at Nr But \f1ia fnar shay found Edwtrd Hopper k* WM tin stone Heights on Sunday. practices and the value of a good-
"d rek of tie Sea cad Uad.
Rooks of Lakeland will preachthe "Jacobs Ladder". 8 p. m., Adult York vkea lUrior'i L U breed die witert tkrwgk kU Mtd la kit ckur. Tk penal WM ia kit Lead cad a Charles McCullough told about feeding program in a period Of
anniversary sermon and the calC upon entlin of hymn kid floated that left the WHEN YOU'RE INSUREDwith
Choir practice. writing ke alwrnyt gad b tk bccksroud.Zdwtrd thwt of paper with die a the railroad cars low cattle prices.
yaw
congregation will enjoy a basket tk H. wiborn Ie die floor. Tk till wu *H* Ta" tot tkr WMao track last week. His father had this
the f city. be
Thursday, Oct. 21, 7 p. m., Hopper WM a BMI tk a1ldler. Era if tk kya kid b.afini.Ld All members of the Associationare agency, you can
dinner on the church grounds ud edroted .. New York sad, after pMtoratet am of them back.
to
Church will have their would kT kaown who'writ. help get to attend this certain that
the service. Men of the at Greenville, N. Y. and Saf Harbor, Long Laud, k* it if doobtfol anybody urged meetingand if trouble
following morning monthly meeting. Place to be announced wat elected Ie tk* ckurck at tk/karber with itt coo it. Tk Milon"'kyma "'ftC aia yen b- We are planning to play a non-member cattlemen are strikes we'll be hand
later. iregatioa of uilon. Uki Metnodirt Ourlet Teller fore anybody knw it wai the R T. Edward Hop,., touch football game with Brookerin invited to attend and become on

St. Edward's ChurchSunday who of tea wrote kymai to fit !tit vtrieuJtnu cosr.pticcs, wko wrot .. the near future. members. promptly to settle your loss

At The Tabernacle Did you ever hear anyone speakof and help you "back tonormal"
Mass at 9:15 a. m. WMt r_ uyttt It lint "tt tttilt
Svtor, .cast e. "a thorn in the flesh" We. YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester
Weekday Mass 7:30 a.m. W.olnw Sevtrrit ./ tb ttt, as quickly as
will an- Ovtr UfJt ttmpfituftu tut who football at Hampton brook purse-size fountain In pos
Phoehner present play pens
Children's Class Saturday 11 Mr. U.4s..m w.t bfftrt *. rttt, Jtnu, Saviour, ptiat sible.
other chart lesson at the Taber- Hill;', ruLs.s2 1r"Hr. sboall School, know exactly what that pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad
I a. m.. nacle tonight (Friday) at 7:30. Cbsrt.st nmpu cs.t frt-.Ttff, Vfbin ft list I *tr4t* tttri, means. When we get to our feet ford County Telegraph But
Keystone Heights Ad tt /'llrwlUn nr remember. the time to
],.... i.t4oi r, ptttt u.At after a well directed tackle were
(Women's flub) The Saturday night youth 'Tdd..J'H ftietftil rttt, proud. The sixth and seventh be insured
be over by Tkn, will Lash s n Tty bruit, so full of sandspurs we look adequately is be-
will presided
meeting I.r W
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. mlr ttSUTbou grades have learned all three
tb wlidf Kty I but Tint uy t. mtt"fttr like and overgrown porcupine.The fore the disaster.
all :Masses. W. B. McKinney. <* MM* hub tctam
Confessions before ." verses of the "Star Banner
I I will tbat.itv Spangled -.
lold.,..", vtvtt tbty Tty will mat, pilot eight grade has finished all
and "
services, morning These
Sunday two grades have already -
the six weeks test. The girls
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH evening, will be under the direc- begun decorating their
have had perfect attendance for'
f LAWTEY, FLA. tion of Gordon L. Purdy of Parkof t six weeks. roans with Hallowe'en pictures. H. C. WALL

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching the Palms.Church Eight Grade Personalities

11 a. m. &; 7:30 p. m. Midweek Iris Virginia McCullough is the 5 AGENCY

service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. of ChristCorner daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. "

A. E. Massey, pastor. 10th and McMahon McCullough. She lives at Hampton 111:>> Phone 146

sister Lu- ofMh 200 E. Call
with her family. Her Street
Church of God A. M. and 1:3l '
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Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
and Bible Study Friday evening with the Wiley
Meeting
Prayer -- five feet tall and weighs 107
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Worship 11 M n. Evening A AAA AA A
7:30 P. M. \Villiamsons.
each Wednesday New Pastor J1 .
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Service' 7:30 _
p.m Bible School-10 A. M. '3 Misses Earlene Nazworth and is a member of the Pine,
7:30 Meeting I4 04
Prayer ,
Tuesday p.m. 4
I The Christian Church of Hampton D Virginia and Lillian Williamson Level Baptist Church, likes swim-

7:30 p.m. Thursday. Christian ChurchBible is happy to announce that 1 entertained at a lawn party and ming, and dislikes washing dishes., 7/78 a ;
a Qofrr
Lawtcy Bro. J. B. Dixon of Jacksonville truss \ weiner roast Friday evening at She plans to work in an office
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning School 9:45 a. m. Worship has accepted the post of interim dltet6i[ the Hammond home. About 20 I when she finishes school. tzo2&1o 0 0 '

Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. pastor of the church to fill the Oat of the depths I cry to Thee, young people attended.Mr. The teachers are busy selectingnew

Saturday; 7:30 p.m. m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- unexpirejl term of Bro. John Chil-:. 0 Lord; 0 Lord, hear my voice!- and Mrs. U. D. Dyal and books for the library. We WILLIAM ESTABLISHED'IKE EXCHEQUER"

day 7:30 p. m. -J. E. Sherwood, dress, who has moved to Orlando. (Psalm 129, L) son, Jimmy, spent Sunday with hope to get them soon for we. AS GUARDIAN OF THE RCtfAL FUNDS

St. Mark's Episcopal Minister. Deep within himself, each"of us have ,read most of the old ones. AFTER
Bro. Dixon is looking forward to will hidden that their daughter, Mrs. Elmer Lewis, CONQUERING ENGLAND W I06& l
a grief no
carry
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Rev. Raymond E. HacBlalnScheduld1 greeting many of his old friends friend can comfort and no phy- and family at Starke. Mr. Lewisis Gloria and. James McKinney jl OUR WORD CHECK'TRACES S BACK

of Services HAMPTON and making new ones. Come ana sician can heal. Let us remember, enjoying a hunting trip the visited their brother in Georgiaover : TO A
THE USE Of
CImISTLCHURCH that Father the weekend... Joyce and Kathy -
a have fellowship with us. though, our Heavenly week. Mrs. Lewis and daughter
through Christ the Redeemer will visitorsto CHECKERED CLOTH
SUNDAYS Conklin were Sunday i
Wanda week
the
Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship hear our prayers, will forgive us are spending I l
9:45 ajn., Church School 11 PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS again and yet again,and heal with with her parents.Mr. Gold Head Branch. : FOR COUNnNfr MONEY
t Mn., Morning Prayer & Sermon;; Service 11 a. m.; Youth Service Program 7:30,' CHURCH the peace that passeth all under and Mrs. Donald McMa- The sixth grade has new spelling IN THE MIDDLE AGES.
Serv. 6:30 p. m. Evening standing.HAMPTON. books of which they are very
6:30 Young People's School 10
p.m., Bro. :J. B. Dixon, pastor. Sunday a.m. hone and, son, Donnie, are spend-
m. -
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HOLY ,COMMUNION MISSIONARY Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Archie Eiland at Homasassa.Mr. I

1st.,Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun. WOODLAWN BAPTIST CHURCH I Prayer Meetings Wednesaa and Mrs. Wm. Hammondand LET US FILE YOUR SAWon
7:30 a.m.t night 7:45 Saturday night
day FLA. p.m. Willow Ruth New Foley
,.' LAWTEY, daughter, were our .
FRIDAY

> 7:30 ,p.m. Litany & Meditation, 10' ".m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST I by Mrs. Wm. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlA1111 and Sunday wife.supper Mr. guests and Mrs.of their John son E. AUTOMATIC SAW FILER rvmm sr iw.n

8.pjn. Choir Rehearsal. preaching. 6:15 BTU. 6:45: prayer LATTER DAY SAINT Hammond and son, Chester.Mr. .
service, 7 o'clock song services, They'll eut
}I- Services each Sunday in old Ma- and Mrs. Dick Williams entertained E Let us be guardian of your funds! A checking account
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHA1' 7:30 evening services. Patsy and Buddy Roark of like new when
:
sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday at a buffet supper Friday =
THEBESSA Starke spent the weekend with filed on our
.Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preach- SEVENTH DAY School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv- their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.R. night Mr. and Mrs. Robert precision ma- E with our bank will enable you to keep an accurate
ice 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. Barksdale and children of Starke,
log' Service 11 a. m.; Training ADVENTISTCHURCH F. Dyal. chine. .In a
Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Gray and:
Union .7, p.t m.; ,Evening Service .,Services ,each Sabbath, in old IIEILBRONN Mrs. Ena Nazworth returned children Mrs. Ola M. Perkinsand few minutes E record of all your financial transactions.! '

*, ** eT. m... *- __ ,- Masonic Hair'on E. CalTSt Sab' home Saturday after spending you'll have .
< BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Betty May. ,
l "A contending, bath School 2, pjn- Preachingeach nearly three weeks at the Doc. saws that cut cleaner, truer, -' r -- _

I for,the Faith which yras once de- second and fourth Sabbaths Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching tor's Clinic in Starke.Mr. James Home, who is attendingthe faster. Bring your saws in :,

i Uyeredunto ,the Saints." -Jude 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: and Mrs. Oscar McGee and U. of F., spent the weekend today-'ou'lllike our speedy ." -. ,

3., A ,welcome awaits you. Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer children of Starke were Sunday at his home here. service. ,;

-Merle, Packman, pastor. Everyone welcome. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. guests of his brother. Bow Mc- Earl Saxon of Pompano visited a
II Gee and relatives in town over the week-
Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. family. ALSO SHARPENALL

Miss Bonnie Nazworth returned KINDS OF TOOLS
end.Rev.
and Mrs. Dixon called on /
VfVVWffWfTYTTYTTTrTVYTKeystone home Saturday after spending,' Mrs. Ellen Saxon Sunday.Mrs. KNIVES, SISSORS, ETC. FLORIDA BANK at STARKE
a week with her sister, Mrs.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke Charlie Alvarez in Starke. Jessie Chastain spent the All New Equipment i

r- Heightsby Edith Ann, Harry Jr., and Elva CALVIN JOHNS ;;; Member Florida National Group

Jean Baker, children of Mr. and I
Mrs. Sara McDonald Mrs. Harry Baker of Crystal iF FRIGIDAIRE1THERE'S 465 N. Water St.

i .' :," vII I I '" I I AAAA A A AAAA.. Lake, spent Saturday at the Hammond I
\ I home. ....A
: + REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor The Keystone Heights Catholic ;
,
I !' ,,.: -, 4 Club will hold a Thanksgivingdance Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Watterson JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE

Jefferson, -and Court Streets In The Heart of Town on November, 28 at the Key- of Starke spent Sunday afternoon -i \
stone Beach Pavilion. Music for and were supper guests of
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 the occasion will be furnished by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Made only by General

an orchrestra from Jacksonville. L. Watterson.Mrs. Motors Corp. All other To $HEPHERD'Sr
,
I Refrigerators are
Admission will be $1 per personor W. H. Maxwell spent sev- Electric

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.r 7:30 P.M. $3 per ,couple. Door prizes eral days last week with her children made by other companiesand

will be given away. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Burrisof cannot use the word
Sunday School,9:45 A.JL Training Union 6:15 P.M. Jacksonville.Mr. Frigidaire.
An interesting and educational
jyid': Mrs. Wylie Williamson -
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M.Get program has been arranged for and family spent the week- .
the Keystone Heights PTA meeting A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE '- .
end in Live Oak. Want' CD

at the school on Tuesday, Miss Becky McCellan of Wal- ? ? 5 See New
Oct. 20, at 8 pjn. Miss Mansfield's '
da: spent Sunday with Miss Norma ; / .
class will present a pro- Jean Jones. THEN SEE -

BE'ONE OF 175 PRESENT gram under study about Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen I Ir

O4sm4r4eitEej Sunday, 10 A.M. For Our I Highlight of the evening will, be and son Ardel attended a birth- E. 11.I.) SMITHTenth

Growing: Bible School an address entitled "A Chocktaw day dinner and family reunion at

Speaks" by a great grandson of a the home of Frank Brannen at eleiision'I

t '\t tiN" Sermon Sunday 11 A.5L: Chocktaw. Lake Butler on Sunday.Mr. and Temple Ave.
Circles of the Community and Mrs. L. f r. Williamsonand Starke, Fla.9PIECE.
A DEACON on the RUNHAMPTON Church Women will all meet on : children of Theressa spent r

I l Oct. 19. Circle 1 will
Monday
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to -5 finer for 53
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meet at the home of Miss Cleva t ways

ChurchRight Carson at 11 a.m. ,No. 2 will
y First Baptist ChurchBob
meet at the home of Mrs. Lloydat
Gray, Pastor t 1 I
On Time 3 pjn., and the Nightingaleswill --

B.T.U. 6:30 P- I. meet at the home of Mrs. T.

Southerland at 8 I mmuxsxnaanesuituifl'nugill. \

A Message You'll Not Want To Miss Sunday 7:30 P. M. Lt. Wayne B. Sargent p.m. is homeon r i BED ROOMPhone I ., .

leave. He will be here the rest I
M.aNw"tdaal
I. "Magic
"THE ., ; Improve
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UNFAILING DETECTIVE"Music of this month and then will go to a I r' ? tyitwn scr_ Ovt static, tttpi ttf
Germany. His wife will follow GROUP u : power,ti.! i beet toad to clortstpiclurt

By The Gospelaires Quartet him later. : 4 -al ot/twwticoflyl
",
Col. and Mrs. John McDowallare 80 Starke, Fla. : 2. IJII".YM "Deep ...... pltter.tub..Lora .
home after a five month's trip -... I bomfln furs boa rr

in Turkey and the Far East. WAS '', fo m 'Nil tllli j i d to lIIicnHharpntll for Mar,
1 BED 169-95 t I gipplllGl61 d* ?- 0g. picM.aN
The Gordon Purdys are backat .-..., i Il

the Fark-of-the-Palms. 1-CHEST I a'1' -4 1. Ntw 1o.-4istuc.ncs,......,.
HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT Word has been received from I VANITY M q up pictvr pwfomanc and tount
IV
the Stitchberrys that they will be,. l-YANITVBENCII w. umAhry.

301 1.2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301 home some time this month. MATTRESS NOW 13995 4. New ........ac UHf-VHF >_.

Mrs. Eula Walker was expected l-COIL SPRINGS .,,,,.. con r.f.fv..1 tafexw ia say area
",_. 17-tech Woynt-Her.'i tfi. lowed Ha twice the terairivity of many other
Regular Meals Weekly Specials home from the hospital this week. J-BED SPREAD priced RCA Victor television you can UHF lunen. (Optional, ol 'Ura cod).
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lee went to 2-PILLOWS buy-and who a buy it is!Its 5 ways ,
Fountain Service Ocala on Wednesday for a meet-; finer for'53...In a cabinet finished 5. New wile rungs *f cetlneh-:
ing of the Independent Drive-In 9 hi rich maroon.Matching stood avoimar.'. styles and fluids ftSoa over
./ obi.extra.Model !I7T30I. beforel.
SPECIALSUNDAY Theatre Association.The .
Lioness Club held a card

DINNERS party on Friday, Oct. 9, in the 199.95Only

Woman's Club. There was a good

attendance and they reported a } .

Y nice profit. I .-
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THOMAS 1-
.i Mrs. E. J. Gunther of Grosse M -

Point, Mich. is visiting her sister, E M about he RCA Victor Factory-Service Contract

GARAGE & SERVICE STATION Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr. f

Mrs. Wm. Lee will go to Miami : ,I
with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stroud ft

OPEN 24 HOURS End Miss Gertrude Arrington, of
1-1MLII
Gainesville for the weekend.
EXPERT .REPAIRSWRECKER Similar To Chas. C. Shepherd \1

THE RIGHT POINT for the
y
SERVICE way you write. Come in and select Above Picture

your favorite ESTERBUOOK RADIO TV SALES & SERVICE' SEAT COVERS 1 1l

Fountain Pen. Only $2J7 at
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?AGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA
_ _ _ FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18.. IU
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: Hew Gold HouseRestaurant freezer and large steam table. Johns Is Named will remain open during this period named Court and cause, wherein situate In Bradford County Florida
Rush said that all food, including Local Marines and Mrs. Hazel Green, secretary, plaintiff seeks divorce. described as:
would in Honorary PresidentOf Bradford County Telegraph shall Commence at the Northeast
pastries, tbe prepared will be available for informational corner -
publish this in
Order
next four
of the W% of SEV:! of SE% of
their own kitchen. Ice AssociationActing purposes. weekly issues' NE 4 of Section 28. Twp. 6 S.. R.
Witness my hand and official seal 22
East and run West SO feet,
Walnut flower bins are placed '4 at Starke. Florida this Oct. 14. 1953.
thence run South (60 feet to South
Will Open Soon throughout the restaurant and in Governor Charley E.Johns (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby line of said SEtS of NEVi, thence
NOTICE OP INTENTION TO As Clerk of Said Court. run East 90 feet. thence run
front of the restaurant in built- made
a f was honorary presi- REGISTER FICTITIOfS NAME By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk North f(0 feet to the point of beginning -
Glen Rush of Gold House up bed flowers are already grow dent of the Florida Ice Associationat Notice is hereby given that the Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch BuildIng in Section 28. Twp. 6 S.
r. ing: There will be parking accommodations the conventionheld undersigned under the provisionsof Jacksonville, Fla. R. 2! East,
organization's
Restaurants, inc. has announced Chapter 20.95J Laws of Florida Attys. for Plf. 10/16 4t 11/8 at
public sale, to the highest and
f' that the new Gold House Restaurant at the sides and last week in Jacksonville. Acts of 1941, will register with the best bidder for cash, at the S<*ah-
the rear of the building. Rush said Jerome Johns, son of the acting Clerk or the Circuit Court in and for NOTICE OF SALE ern Front Door of the Bradford
< located next to the Starke Bradford County State of Florida, Notice is hereby given that, pursuant County Courthouse in Starke. Flor,
he wasn't planning to have curb governor was named to the board upon receipt of proof of publication Jo a final decress of foreclosure Ida. between 11:00 AM. and 2:00
; Motor Court on Temple Ave., will service just yet but that if the of directors. of this notice, the fictitious name I entered in cause numbered P.M. on October 26, A.D. ISiS
sometime next week. CNAn0t of Miller-Baker Co.. under which 10-006 in the Circuit Court of Frad-
open customers wanted it, they should The acting owner of we (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby,
governor are engaged in business at 450 Lafayette ford County, I will sell the property Clerk.MOfl.1NOfl1y ..
The restaurant Is housed In an have itGold the Starke Ice Co.. addressed the St. Starke. Fla. Sole own ,, ,
attractive modern building, built Restaurants ice men during their meeting. ers: Walter R. Miller and wife Char- -- -- '
House ,
operateone lotte M. MIller 450 Lafayette ,' -" ..
"This is St. -- -
the when -
season
s by. Guy Andrews, and will be other restaurant in Nahunta we can Starke, Fla.
operated by the Gold House most expect the National Guardto Health Staffers Dated this lad day of October,
Ga. but the restaurant here is to Sat.
,
A.D.< 1953. at Starke, Bradford County !
CorpOration. It is air conditioned "
.
I be known as "Gold House Restaurant be alerted, Capt. Hugh B. In- Attend State Meet Florida. ,
and will seat 100 persons. A '
10/; 4t 10/23
No.1". gram, commander of Hq & Hq
counter will accommodate about .County health officials and staff

!i& 15 persons. Tables with chairs ,I Co., 2nd Bn., 124th Inf. said at workers will attend the annual la Clrrait Court, Bradford Coontr, VALUES'/

and a continental bench which! Annual MeetingOf Monday night's drill period when meeting of the Florida Public Lundry Florid M*| !Coy. Chaaerrr, Plaintiff, vs. Fannie SENSATIONAL

measures '75 feet and extends Red Cross Chanter he ordered the unit's emergency Health Association in Tampa, Oct. McCoy. Defendant. Case No. 10-134 Regularly 5? & 10MM
Order Of Publication And Notice TaAppears
around the frontsand one of the mobilization 2224. More than 500 public health
plan brought up to State of Florida To:
" "sides of \he restaurant will take Set For October 27 date. workers from all parts of Florida Fannie McCoy,' whose residence ;

care of about 85 persons. are expected to gather at the con- and address is: Unknown:
I You :
Bradford County Chapter. "We are here to serve the community are required to appear on
The
Tables have natural green form- (I vention. November IS. 1953; in the above
;! Ico tops and chairs are wrought American Red Cross, will hold its ," Capt. Ingram said, "andif Expected to attend from Brad- ; \6. '<

:; Iron with gold "Bruce" plastic annual meeting Tuesday, Oct. 27,1' there is any kind of emergencyfrom ford County are Dr. A. Y. Covington W. C. T. U. ;Ws I Irji

F. upholstery. The floor is terazzo, at 4 p. m. in its office in the a storm or otherwise, then county health officer; Mrs. :s : "

the ceiling of acoustical celotex, health center on Church St. Of- we will mobilize and do the job Arlin L. McKnight! and Mrs. Mar- "THIRST TEACHES All ANIMALS -' ,I 'lIrrriIIs __ .
! and the lighting will be indirect ficers will ,be elected and committee for which we are trained." tha Snellen, public health nurses; TO DRINK BUT DRUNKENNESS J- ''(5..tt.w ('C. -- .

?, from colored spots and floods. A chairmen named to serve ; The NCO school held Monday: and Jack L. Trawick, sanitarian. BELONGS ONLY TO H '
Y
;, pleasing gold and brown. color during the coming year. featured a complete review of the They plan to leave at noon Wed MAN." .. .

scheme is ,carried out in every Anyone who has contributed $1' ,, unit emergency duty plan. nesday, Oct. 21, and ,return to (HENRY FIELDING IN ys 0 ,.

S detail of building and fixtures. or more to the American Red jq "ti fi The local Guard unit will work Starke the night of October 24. CHRISTIAN DIGEST.) *

The kitchen has all modern Cross this year is a member and I with the American Legion Poston The health department offici e

- equipment, including a, walk-in is invited to attend this meetin t- b. rifle t
.1 re- '.' a markmanship programfor .. ,, .
.
, teen-agers, SFC O. P. Hutto. j .


; WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE H unit announced.maintenance technician has DEEP FREEZE BABY BEEF _

Between the Guardsmen and -

I III the teen-age rifle clubs there will 'Slaughtered to your order. Pick out the one you like. -

gNTH. I II be lots of rifle firing at the arm- I We invite you to visit and inspect the conditions with) '

\, ory this fall and winter. "Do not which your meat is handled. .

become alarmed or notify the I.
I PRICES VERY REASONABLE

RADIO Roger A. Brantley (top) son police if you hear rifle firing in I

of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Brant- the armory because it will prob-
., SANTE FE STOCK FARMPhone woc-wos SMALL WARI 4
_' 'g; AND ley of Rt. 2, Starke, and Pfc. Ray ably be routine training," War- AND omn NOTIONS, ,

Crews, son of Mrs. Elizabeth rantOfficer A. L. Crosby states. Keystone Heights 3571 or P. 0. Starke, Fla.
TELEVISIONSales Crews of Rt. 2, Starke, have successfully -
The National Guard school cat-!
,
completed their recruit BOYS ELASTIC WAISTTROUSERS
L_.l alog for 1954 has arrived and in-
'1 training at Parris Island, S. C.
dicates a large number of
courses,
-- and have been promoted to their
, including radio, auto mechanics
, present rank in the Marine Corps. ,
JJ and Service leadership and others
personnel,
enjoying leaves at home
They are
available to National Guardsmen. SOC
jrrr ;before receiving their new assign- "SCHOOL DAYS"ARE
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida ments. ',Being able to attend these courses

with pay is only one of the many 1.00 VALUE

f L advantages of being a member of

Red Light Runners the Guard. Lt. Randal F. Chitty "ESTERBROOK DAYS" 0 SIZES 2 6

Have Top SpotIn points out that a Guardsman'spay

, SeBIt Rent It Trade ItWITH Mayor's Court will more than purchase his

, school lunch and pencil,and .oaoer. We Exchange
supplies while in- high school. If Because-with an Esterbrook 1
Starke policemen "lowered the __ We Refund

A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow boom" on red light runners in he the decides regular to service join after a branch gradua-of Fountain Pen, students- can choose ".., ".:. .T: BOTlii We SathfyStarke

Rates Good Results Easy To Place the school zones this week, as was tion the National Guard trainingwill their very own point style.Look Y .

I evidenced by cases listed on the be a great help to him. "Ask

,29. 'WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION ,- - 50c I mayor's court docket Monday. those who have served in both," 147 W.

.. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2e All in all, there were six cases!savs Lt. Chitty, unit recruiting t TO SELECT OR REPLACE ""'r/ Call St.

mscorsT OF is: PER CENT: ox TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS involving the running of red officer. i HERTS ALL TOO DO ,
The beginning pay for a member .
2S ADDITIONAL.FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID ADVANCE lights in the school zone. None of of the Guard with no prior Fla.

the defendants in said cases appeared service is $2.60 per drill night. .
MEMORIANS,CARD'OF THANKS,RESOLUTIONS-tOe PER LINE ,

'. (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) before Mayor J. R. Wain- After four months he is promotedto Endorsed By _._ ,- -- "iiFLORIDAIHEATRE-- .. '-'- -. ," .
wright, and consequently $60 in I $2.75. The Guardsmen are paid "

LET J. D. ODOM JK.HANDLE I, RENT-Unfurnished house. Inquire bonds was forfeited. quarterly, averaging 12 drills. Educators For .
TOUR at Bus Station. tf The payroll for the quarter end- 2556 7
CATTLE AND HOGi Nine other cases on the docket -117
ing Sept. 30 has been forwardedto School Use.
SALES FOR RENT- -Nice furnished apartment
ttr Oak Back We4cMUrCaiaerrllle *. conveniently located. Noll. yielded a total of $123 in forfeited the Finance Office In Atlanta,
Eae: Friday man Apartments. West Madison. tfWANTED bonds. Of these there were:
,Ga.. and
payroll checks are expected
Four for intoxication; one runningred S j; -
RADIOS REPAIRED : -Graduate nurse 01 within the next 10 days.
...... licensed practical for general light and no driver's license;
AU Make. I.U duty. Doctor's Clinic Hospital. STARKE FLORIDA
........1. eura.. ...ra.t 101 W. Call St.. Starke Fla. tf two for running red light; one for Ideal Student Pen 2668 J-
Of Woodcraft An
CUlL C. SHEPHERD Pb. III fighting; and one for speeding.Two Boys SUN. MON. -- OCT. 18 19
CU it. t rkaKOR "
TM W. FOR SALE -S" x 8" X 16 Concrete -
Block lIe each. Plenty of of the defendants in the Elect OfficersAt With A Point For ,
SALE-Boys U Inch bicycle, Mortar Mix and Cejneat. Brad be- ADMISSION
tires and tubes. Mrs. ford Engineering Company. Phone intoxication cases appeared First [
brand new MeetingThe
George Kaufmana Cyprea -weMoreland u. tf fore the mayor, and one, a Negro Every Writing Task. ADULTS 75c CHILDREN 29c

Sta, Plnehurst Subdlvllon. guilty and was Including Taxes and Glasses
woman, pleaded .
Bradford Boys of Woodcraft 15551 .
A. J. THOMASREAL fined $15: or five days in jail. held its organization meeting > -- -*----

.SPECIAL asked the if she
ESTATE BROKER When by mayor
GENVINE INDIA FORMOSA 204 Tew.le AT*. Tel...... 21-t been intoxicated, the woman Tuesday afternoon in the
AZALEAS Starke. Florida had courthouse. The new camp, com Wii1JiI[ :II11LIit1'IisT'

1. te 12 ....AZALEA.. Joe NVRSERYpaulla. far $S.O. HAS said, "Yessuh, "I guess I drinked posed of more than 30 boys between <. In Case of Damage u'i; ___ I
SIELNEDERE
Earle Cem.. FOR SALEAt too much beer. the ages of 8 and 15 years : .
EarIet.. Fia. ....... Wald. ZM3: The case against the other defendant -. is sponsored and directed by mem: AU Point Styles Are W50 l}

apartmeDt. Reasonable Prices an elderly Negro' man, bers of W. O. W. Camp No. 138. They can look
4.room _
Jon RENT-On.apartment, both nice17 ,1-Lots Residential and was dismissed because a palsy Officers elected were: Weslej f Instantly Replaceable .
One turDllhe4.s.room Elee. .quIPPed. 1 made it hard to deter- Commander like humans ,
bridge E. Starke, flesaent Business condition Moody Jr., Past -.InstantlyRenewabte ,(
mile Rd.from Xu. 1. )L Wnllo Rt. S Homes Large Jt SmallS mine whether the old darky had Larry O. Elder, Commander -' .

1., E'QS' : :-c. tfche -Store Building Well Located too much to drink or was Just George E. Elder, Advisor; Wayni -By You. 1551 11 corchangeto k! 1

Lake: I bedroom ., I-Fanns. Ten acting naturally. Mundorf, Banker: Larry H. Cros
RE.'iT-KiU1l" Acres and
Up (
FOR houle. l1vlnc room aDt dinette I by, Escort; William C. (Billy: of, _
bath with Investments In objects
hot, modern and cold kttC1efl.water cal stove Goial'Concerns Walker Company Collins, Clerk; Daniel Alvarez Complete" Fountain Pens $2.30 and $2.80
tub range for heaUnc. $$OTflO. I Sentry; Stephen Foster Williams:
and g&l
Contact S110 C of N.C W.or Ird In.F1aCS.G&LneYlIl. .JackWWlunI Tell Him What You WantLet Apparently Low Guard; and Robert Thomas Stokes awesometerror
,
.. ttche Him Make Suggestions On Road 100 WorkThe Captain (Uniformed Degre,

Team). !

v kNTF.D TO BUY story OR RENT-i unturnlshed or CAKES FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS- Burton Walker ConstructionCo. Cecil Sewell and R. V. Stokes & 1e46z004

.house room., wen one In.ulated.Address WithluItuk. ilL Birthdays.saries, etc. Caked Weddings by Anniver Moeller's. of Plant City was apparent director of the boys' camp an< c iJi

city County Umlts.Telegraph. tt'/Z jakery. Ucala. Fla. Orders takenat low bidder on work to be done on members of the local WOW, assisted
Bradford LOVETTS. 4tp 11/6 in the wort
Highway 100 between Starke and organization -

KKWJ TRY STAR PLASTIC better TYPE Job, FOR SALE-Boxer Pups AKC Reg .Keystone Heights. J. W. YeQman. secretary of Cam;P Esterbrook Desk Sets From $3.00
rLEANER-Doei a SeU.renewlne istered. Grand Sires: Lord Bruno 138 said that the boys' grou P
tuter. No. lasts mealY Indefinitely.liquids. Only50c Von Helm-Companion Dog-Companion The Walker company bid $74,176on would receive its charter in a n In Colors To :Match Your Office FurnishingsMaroon
Dog Excellent. and Cha.mpion -
five struct-
at Bradford County Tel.craph.tf Roll of Sarrah Crest. Fawn removing existing appropriate ceremony as soon a Green Walnut Gray Black j
and Brindle. Males or females ures and constructing three box it arrive from National Head r
whelped September 9, 1953.: Clifford -
SEED TO COINCIDE L. Currie Phone 116 or 349J. culverts 120-foot concrete slab quarters.
WITH PRESENT Pups caa be seen after 5:00 o'clock bridge and two concrete pipe culverts Regular meetings of the nei,v BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH sill, ;
CATTLE PRICE -week days-All day Saturdayand
Penaacola BahU sis per CWT Sunday. 10/18 4t ll/S on Road 100 between a point club will be held on the secon. THE COTa SPACE
white Dutch Clover lOc lb. about 6.5 miles south of Starke and and fourth Tuesday afternoons i Phone 29 Starke, Fla.You'll .; "4 ROCKET SHIP!
Southland Oat $U5 bu. FOR RENT-Two 3 bedroom downstairs Starke. .
each month at 4:30 o'clock. .
Florida Black Rye $4.25 bu. apartments private bath
White Seeded gas: range and refrigerator. For fr' '
Lupine $10 CWT sale girls bicycle and two gas r- '
Yellow
Sweet ; ; .
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Also ter grasses and clovers plus heaters cheap. $03 West Madi&on. ,' .;."f'$",: -, ;"6,'''""'t" 'P".J./._' k)f"1., '., ", 4SEWINGMACHINEPF1'N'" .:' ... A
nltroteft for Inoculation. All seed Up ;.j' "" ;1"- i

.rt,. hirS PASTURE' 'rrrmlnatton.' --FERTILIZER TOweetjour FOR RENT-Furnished I bedroom fW".,J -' .. -<'v'.--,.*; ,,".". ..;r";,.,, j l: ..

needs. Place your order apartments 'on Center St.. avail- enjoy doing ov/n' / sewing! :, :: : i4t.1tA
naw *ee us before you.buy! able Nov. 1. Phone 255-W: Mrs. H. your t
II U BHOWMEK T. Tyus. 2tchg 10/2J : ,
OR JIM CHASTEEV I. THETHUNr .1
.e.r. Mk Cherry Po.e m FOR SALE-Quilts. Homemade and >> rl > -! 4
Stehg 10/11 hand quilted. Mrs. J. L. Johns! ,

FOR RENT-Four furnished bedrooms < I Rt. !. Box 188, Lake Butler.lIp 10/23 AND SAVE MONEY, too! \\ .i :'t ; .

week or month. SOMaSUon '
by day "TED-Rlde or riders to Naval WITH A
4tp.103YOUNG
St. Air Station. Jacksonville leaving
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now BROADBREASTED ready. Live wt.TURKEYS 55c- 149. Itch? NEW ELECTRIC RICHARD CARLSON -BARBC' 1 1I

Ib. 11 for dressing. For advance VALUAP/LE BUSINESS PROPERTYBuy "
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Florahome. or< phone Keystone get deeds to 451 ft total frontagein f v, .ScW'M' II 11Im mo...,.,UT MlIa'r........,ftI.WI IA
3U8. tfKC City of Starke on U. S. 301
North. Phone J-704 or write 589 tiJ4rJtRSAl. TRNATIOtAl PICTURE
.\ Registered Cocker puppies. 6 N. E. 1:15t St., Miami 38. Fla. r. I
week Beautiful coats. ),Inryll'JKllttiona. 4tp 10/30 :

betide depot.. Fine Virginia pedigree.Ogll House JOP OPPORTUNITY Young men f arul 1 0)-) .DIMENS117LAT'G'
eL J-22J1. Waldo. Fla. !tp 19/11 wanting to learn_ chain,store business : I" ": :> ; I /
IS to ;35 years of age with' f DDEDI
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FOR SALE-BY owner good hunt- high school education. No experience -! COMPlEtE WITH. 32.88 .' t ( '1: I !J---
Ing. Jishi-sr or town car. 1940Chevrolet. necessary. Starting pay $38 "t .
Oood motor and tires. to 140 and regular increases. Ap- Console I Table { ,1',1'k.

.Tight w 571.3.body Jerry Gay, phone 144 ply local manager Lovett's.2tchg 10'3flL.OS".Tusdsy Hew, .- ,- f. t

I EASY TERMS ARRANGED ,
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W&STEn-30 tn 40 cars of dirt for brown glasses case 'i Pretend"
filling In. May be dug on cite and with pAIr of ladles glasses. 5Yr. FREEr )iiLiiY 1
carried to filling In. Reply In w."". I* $ irn to Chamber of Ct Rf'-I UiMiiiii..uiii'.iii.'MiirnimOtittl I I = RUSiM I
writing to Bradford County Tele merce Office. itn wfj II's
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graph. FOR RENT Furnished hnu.e J bedroom -I i t .*..: I V cNI

W-\STED-01I".ts. Hobgoblins etc. and bath on Kinrsley Lake. Sews Forward aed. Reverse j ** mm WJttaovt. llgatl...pi....arroat.for.till I IF I ORCHESTRA
to attend 'Masquerade Dance atSt. Also sleentng rooms. See Mrs. J. I Yo U
Edward's Hall Saturday nleM.von e M MitchfU. Itch IIOMIDEUOHTSATIOPI.fei.irwidN.w I ACT tf
Q.. th__. Itchtr Round Bobbin I A I M Sewing Madttn* compUt with coiual tOWS I I R.1GHr AWAY' I smaticBd REVUE
FOR'RENT! Hon!'es. furnished, at I at SXt 8. :
NICE FURNISHED APARTMENT Kingsley Lake. C A. Futch. 5-SpeedlootControl I V If I L I I I rr; i iI
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; Now A STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 16, 1953

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able to observe at first hand : DOLAMITE, one and a half

the big-scale-l farming opera I 3 W s V fe tons per acre, is applied to rt
land being prepared for
cucumber -
i tions.that. have been el'Qployi i s + and pepper planting. s- F

ed so successfully in South I Dolamite is a soil conditioner

Florida in recent years... and builds up the pll'factor in

1 the soil. Because of tbe unusually

Two well-known Florida. i.e ; heavy rains this fall
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Ernie Teston of
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be re-disced and leveled be-

tFt Myers, and 0. B. Knightof fore planting. !j -

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leased 100 acres of the J. R. .

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Wainwright farm east of ; ; t
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Starke and will devote it next i :. j'

., spring to 50 acres of pepper THE WAINWRIGHT CATTLE, mixed Brahman and Shorthorn breed- it..

and 50 acres. of cucumbers.In 1 it supplies the base of operationfor ing, graze contentedly in a lush pasture of Pensacola Bahia. Althoughhe !ly passed resolutions urging the : .

Mayor Wain"'tright's cattle has some Pensacola, Mayor Wainwright believes Argentine the government to begin a steppedup ...,... ,
their'.operation' here they will interests and is convincing proof best suited to this climate. program of buying low grade '. .

spare no expense, and will have of the Mayor's faith in Argen- beef, at the same time halting :' ,
the benefit of the most modern ,
i tine Bahia as the best pasture foreign imports of meat.
equipment and methods ur use by ;
grass for this section of Florida.Of I1 I Ii
the farming industry today. They "We feel that the government
his 120 acres in improved
will install deep wells with sufficient should buy meat and send to 8,000 POUNDS of seed from
Wainwright has 65 acres
flow to irrigate the entire pasture needy countries instead of sending 50 acres of Argentine was obtained bwrr ..r i
of Argentine, 25 of Pensacola I '
100 acres and will supply water, : I them cash," Wainwright said. in combining operationin 1 1G *
Bahia and 40 of carpet grass.
t when needed, to their crops by ."This would serve a double pur- progress at left. The com-

b use of aluminum pipes. and overhead He says that the Argentine pose of helping our own cattle- bining was done for Major

.: sprinkle-type. irrigation sys- stayed green all last winter, men, at the same time helpingthe Wainwright by Z. W. Hamil-
tem. while the other grasses were kill- 4t hungry people overseas." ton & Son of Brooker. Present

ed by the first frost. 4 price of seed is nothing: to brag 6F
Drainage ditches will be dug The recent prolonged rainy about, but Mayor Wainwright
rt to takeoff the surplus water in Mayor Wainwright has owned j spell has damaged the Wainwright figures he'll come out "all

the event of a too wet season. cattle since he was a boy in knee pasture, like most others. Al- right" at 55 cents per pound.
pants and his interest in them 1 though the grass has not been
The entire from the 100
output .
has never waned. At the present (actually killed, it has become too
will be handled :M. E. 9
acres by
time he is president of the Brad- 'sappy"and has lost much of its
Brown, Plant City buyer and suc- K '.
Association.The .
ford Cattlemen's nourishment for cattle.
cessor to John H Dulaney. If ..s

there is sufficientjpace; available Mayor isn't too down- R i I But altogether the Wainwrighr

r. on the Starke Farmers, Market it hearted over the present slump in MAYOR WAINWRIGHT (lefts) and State Representative Doyle E. farm has a flourishing look, and
is likely that Brown will set for he believes that I
up
cattle prices
Conner gaze in.admiration at the finished work of land-letrler and I it is a good example of what can ,
there to handle the operation. there will always be a marketfor
F- other modern equipment used by Teston and Knight to prepare new
good cattle at a fair price, be accomplished with a. tract of
The farm which is their and cucumber here.
Wainwright land for pepper acreage
isn'ttoo woodsland in four
and the long-term outlook cut-over .years,
the scene of this new activity, -j' > ;: .
four years ago wit just like any gloomy. something needs to 'be done tol hit cattlemen, and under his guid- with a lot of nard work and care- r
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r.! other cut-over woodsjand- i .Now ,He does agree:: however, that relieve the pressure on some hard- ance the local Association recent- ful planning.

L" '- WET WEATHER interruptedhay

.VTTTTTTT1feBROJKER............... ing- out the Walt Disney comic Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal. and their house guests, Mr. and Coast Guard RecruiterIn baling operation started z
characters were presented ,to eachof Mrs. Beulah Harrell returnedto Mrs. James Cagell, Albany, Ga. by J. B. White (at left) on Argentine -

the 25 guests. her home last Tuesday follow- attended the football game in Starke Oct. 22A after 'seed had been

Assisting Mrs. Green was Mrs. ing discharge from Alachua Hos- Gainesville on Saturday.H. extracted. White obtained 500.
pital. S. Anderson and C. S. Rober- Coast Guard recruiting officer bales on six acres. He had 10
Green.
Graces!.,'Blham Mary' Guest t or a few days last weekat scn returned to their homes last will be in the Starke post more acres mowed In'preparation -

C A AIA Mrs. -R. H. Green entertained the home of Mr and Mrs. Eus- Friday from a week's business office on Thursday, Oct. 22, from for baling when rainy
A LL Saturday afternoon with a party tace Kelley was his brother, Per- I trip in Miami. 9 till 12 noon. Young men will season put an end to the opera-

Birthday Parties given to compliment her daughter, .I cy, of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. O_ W. Barry had be interested to know that the tion. Although rains have apparently -
rs Linda dayle Green,was honored Joan on the occasion of her 10th as their guest last week their stopped now, grass h
Betty Ann Simmons of Starkewas Coast Guard is
now accepting
Mrs. .
Green
birthday Assisting
.;? ,Friday 'evening with 'a party the Wednesday overnight daughter, Mrs. C. C. Dees, of too old to make good hay.
with the hospitality were Mrs. E.L.lKelley.and : enlistments. Eligible ages are
on the:occasion of her'11th birth- guest of Helen Kelley. Haines City. :Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Mrs.. Parrish.. .
Guy from 17 to 26, without previous
-'day'wiiich was given by her mother Hardy and children, of Starke.
Word has been received by Mr.
Mrs:. G. E. Green at their Various games were enjoyed were visiting them on Sunday.Mr. service; and up to 35 with pre-, ::>"T '. ,.
and E. L. from their :, < :'
llirs Kelley :
home... with prites'on by Austin Gay and Mrs. I.. L. .
r Dyal motored vious service. ,
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on a I .
Various games were enjoyed by hopes to sail from Japan to the : ; f
the guests and prizes were award.. 'A refreshment course consist- States on the 15th of this month. trip last Wednesday.Mr. c.
ed to Wayne Thomas, Linda Kay i ing of a 'birthday cake, cookies and Mrs. G. E. Green had .
and Jackie Mott.. and cokes was served to the 24 Mrs. H. S. Anderson, had as her 1;. as their Sunday guests Mr. and ; :::4; ,;>> :

guests present. house guests for several days last Mrs. Ronald Barnette and sons :7t" it'
Later a refreshment course of \,.
Birthday cake, decorated with a Jackie >Dyal spent I the weekendat I week, her parents, the C. W. Har- of Jacksonville, Mrs. Clyde Steeleof 1I--.t -'S

clown was served with ice cream home from Jacksonville Busi- i rises, of Monticello. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. F. : 4y
M. Vickery Jr. and children, Mr. -
and hot chocolate. Favors carry ness College with her parents, I Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Robersonin1iazets
and Mrs. Joe Wetherington and

family, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hin-

ten all of Gainesville, and Mr.
't. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards and
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amily of BrookerMr. f" c ?
New Idea and Mrs. R. H. Green and 'i

family visited the R. C. McDer-

mons in Baldwin last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lawhon
visited relatives In Tallahassee a

ewer the weekend.

1 / L. W. Thomas and son, Lynn,
of Jacksonville were out dove .

Wo sting house hunting on the Russell Green -

place last Saturday. ,", '-. y
Julian McCleod and Gerald Gay
with exclusive builtinFftiEZFILE of Jacksonville spent the weekend ,

with Gerald's parents, Mr. and _
'j i Mrs. G. A. Gay. I.-

f I Wallace Parrish of Jacksonville -
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.x: spent the weekend with his
mother, Mrs. J. R. Parrish.

Miss Lubedia Pinholster and ;- .; Conversions are quickly fined to the Ford Pickup's four
',.:v<:.:': _\ (I Mrs. G. A. Gay were in Gaines- M t I' corner-post stake pockets! Conversions available include solid-

..) ville Friday. f -+ board. racks, passenger carrier units, various canopy tops,
Et FiIE t ? r' Mrs. Guv Harrell and daughterswere ;' special equipment racks and c mpartments stock racks, etc.

,. ":.a RE. A tpd'a i e I Ii visiting her mother, Mrs. Dump conversion turns Ford Pickup into '. ...; Strong new bolted-construc ion Pickup box has rigid tail-
;; := Edna Hayes, in Gainesville on powered hydraulic dump truck.Mount does <"_' '. -- -- gate to support heavy loads wi lout bending or twisting.World's .
f3! } Monday. not increase loading height. Dumps
}.., heaviest loads a Pickup con hornSe.
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Among the younger set attending ,
; f:, the football game in Gaines-

.i'<:(<, ville Saturday were Katherine most
.* Harrell, Jackie Suggs, James'Har- H powerful
f ell and Joan
Baxter of Jacksonville r
Tells you at a glance what foods J p0r..liy/e fI, ) ;

you have in Freezer where 't.' $453 Mrs. J. c. Harrell and daughter -

they're stored how much Hilda,, were visiting relativesin
you have used. I I 'WEE( Jacksonville last Thursday and Coach unit provides living quarters for Pickup h th -
O"e. ,,"'0// Friday. three adults. Has built-in galley, dinette, a S e Ii.
Serves as a handy guide for both. down po cupboards, closet. Fine for vacationers,
M.j.iiirr y"'en
shopping and home u.......{..... -120 Mrs. H. N. Baxter and daughter pipeline crews, range work en ranch.
..holds 4 JO Ibs of food of Jacksonville spent the

(.. of course, if', efectrkf weekend with her parents, :Mr.


Only Westinghouse gives you -ALL these other features, too! and sioner M.Mrs.,0.Ralph Harrell Wade Alvarez.,HarrelL County Ass't.Commis-Di- for a thousand jobs!


rector of State Markets, and

I i'iQI Ralph Nettles, new Brooker Mar- :jrr e

i : I II ket Manager, were" in the Divisional : a tr' The famous Ford Truck V-8 engine, The new Ford Pickup Is so rugged J*.

I Office of the State Road now 106 bp., makes the new Ford does many jobs that you might think

1 Dept. in Lake City on Monday Pickup the most powerful on the road. only heavier trucks could handle. Some

tollOutFreeier Special QuickSlideOut Tray PlutShelfDoort Pastry tack to make arrangements on the Hydraulic tatlfate lifts 1000 Ib.. of these jobs are shown here. Manufacturers -
Drawer Fr..*. Shelf for Pies, Cake paving around our market. limpfifUi handling heavy Menu. Operate of bodies and equipment offer
Mrs. Rita Broof Dunnellon from single control at taSgate.Uses en9__ t
scores of"conversions"mamt.d made especially
PIUS- Upright design for reach-in convenience. unmatched ease of defrosting is spending several days herewith gear type hydraulic pump. ;w''' for the Ford Pickup.
her daughter Mrs. L. A.

tcm rvuKcss am AWAY New Westinghouse tek74DtSgstrlru Mott and family. Sunday guestsof And because new Feud Pickup salesYr"

the Motts were Mr. and Mrs. ?, are soaring, your Ford Dealer can now

iraryU HOME FREEZING KIT ,,,w,,,,, John Mott of Gainesville.Mrs. give you an extra-generous trade-in

you need for V. V. Hazen and daughter. allowance on your old truck. So, drive
DPIQ$10000WEEmEverything Marcia Kay, of Starke visiting in! See him
( in freezer or ,, ;::::,..d were r, today!
Mrs. Hazen's parents Mr.
.>,Ifteni, y, refrigerator. Exclusive poly- :: and Mrs. J. H. Sowell on Sunday. Fora MOO F.D.A.F.Biggest .

ethylene-backed aluminum t t6aeemlIEa6nll Utility bodies provide and compartments ",aoo IDS. V-8 or Pickup&*. DWiue, G.V.W.Cob
173 tough tear- OTICE OF INTENTION TO for tools and equipment. Many FORD EOOOMV TRUCKS
a4r.Mr7foil.. .plus (
extra cost) shown.
RU REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
CrEI
,,,,rrAa types available for plumbers, electricians,
resistant polyethylene bags. I IT Notice is hereby given that the maintenance crews bidders, landscapers, .
nnd<>rsiened. under the provisions
of .Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida. painters, contra don. tfade-In allowances in history at your Ford Dealer's! Come in today!
Acts of 1941. will register with the '
yog w >''lflRe..1f ITS"stin&house Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
for Bradford County. State of Florida -
upon receipt of proof of publication

r of of this The notice Barry Restaurant the fictitiousname under Andrews Motor Co.
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SISTRUNK FEED & SEED COMPANY which "e are engaged in business -
Starke.on U.Fla.S, Sale Highway owners 301: south Michael of J

.. Barry and Ruby Barry. Starke Fla.
Dated this 2nd day of October
PHONE 39 STARKE FLA, A.D., 1953. at Starke, Bradford MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLORIDA
County, Florida.
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1953 Home Games 1953 1953 Out-of-Town Games 1953

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SEPTEMBER 25 ST. LEO 0 STARKE 26 L OCTOBER 9. P. K. YONGE 19 STARKE 7

OCTOBER- 2. -.. PALAHA 19 STARKE 0 $\ OCTOBER 16 NEW SMYRNA BEACH In New S. B. .

OCTOBER 22. JAX TECH. IN STARKE U d OCTOBER 30 MACCLENNY InMacclenny

NOVEMBER 13 KETTERLINUS IN STARKE r/J{ NOVEMBER 6 SEABREEZE In Daytona Beach

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

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Bring Home the Bacon, Boys! Be present tonight' to cheer our boys to ENJOY FINE FOODS AT Best Wishes to the Team \
.., VictorySimpsonUrquhart -
KOCH DRUG STORE Pontiac VAN CAFE Conner Bros. Insurance Agency

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Compliments. A Good Team Like the Tornadoes Best Wishes to the Team Support the Tornadoes with your presence

Starke Hardware .Co Deserve Your Support Broadway's Service Station Thomas Truck Terminal & Garage
Western Auto Associate Store
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Support the Tornadoes- with your presence I Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes Best Wishes Team Best Wishes From

ROBERTS JEWELRY Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co. 4 The WASHETERIA EARL'S GARAGE
"Your Friendly Jeweler"


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

C.,H. Driggers Furniture Co. WILLIAMS JEWELRY G.S. "Gib" Browns Service Sta. SUWANNEE STORES
CECIL DOUGLAS, Mgr.


-Compliments of Support the Tornadoes with your presence Closed Tonight we've gone to the Game! Best Wishes From
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R. B. Alvarez & Son.
Starke Builders Supply. TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. I Winkler Electric Service Denmark Furniture Co.

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It's A Pleasure to Back the Tornadoes Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! Support the Tornadoes with your presence .. GEM JEWELRY
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD DAVE PAULK Torode Chevrolet Co. The House Of Fine DiamondsStarke's ,
Radio T. V. Seat Covers Heavy Equipment Rentals Leading Jewelry ,
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We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! Best Wishes Of Best Wishes Team Best Wishes Team

Hardy Bros. Motor Co. Edwards Grocery & Market Starke Motor Court. i THE FARMER'S SUPPLY
DODGE PLYMOUTH Sales&Service

Come on out and boost our team See.You At Bradford Park Tonight Compliments of
Compliments a f

Eat GUIDON At The Best, Forget GRILL The Rest 1 Pure Service Store -. Andrews Motor Co. Hart Furniture Co.
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S. R. Johns' Grocery Charley E. Johns & .Son Agency ? Florida Power & Light Co. C. H. Naswo thy s
General Insurance'We're General Supplies 1

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Best Wishes From ,Behind You Tornadoes! :.,. Let's Support the Tornadoes Best Wishes Team
BARKSDALE'S DEPT STORE L. B. Alvarez Service Station
R. D, Reddish & Son Dairy Farm, Home & Auto Supply

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TTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY daughter Shirley have returned ed by you. Thomas Elton Forde, Plaintiff, vs. you are required to serve a copy of To: Jack S. Stratton whose resi-
home after the weekendwith This notice shall be published Mary Forde Defendant your answer or pleading to tht dence and address is: Route 1, Gastonia -
spending, once e..cn week for four consecutive Case No. 10-1%% complaint on the Plaintiff's North Carolina
BRANCH Mr. Smith's mother in weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph .Notice To Appear Attorney T. Frank Landrum, You
LONG To; Mary toroe. whose residenceand Starke, Florida are hereby notified that a
South Carolina is ill. Sheis suit for
who
Dated this 26 day of September address Is: 1065 Pacific Street, and file the original In the office
Brooklyn, New York. Divorce and restoration of
much better 1953.NOFFICIAL
now. of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
by Mrs J. L. Stricklandand Your are hereby notified that a maiden name
Charles A.Darby
( SEAL) : or before the
Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hendronare
suit for Divorce has been filed against you In the
ClerK of the Circuit Court 9th day of November, 1953
Jimmy Lang the proud parents of a son, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk has been filed against you in the otherwise the allegations of; said above named Court and cause and
10/3 it 10/23 above named Court and cause and Complaint you are required to serve a copy vf
Donald Ray born Oct. 8 af you are required to serve a copy of fessed by you.will be taken as con-I I your answer or pleading to the

The folks who gathered for Orange Park hospital. Mrs. Hern-i NOTICE TO APPEAR your answer or pleading f> the com- This notice shall be publishedonce ,complaint on'the Plaintiffs
IB Circuit Bradford CoBBty.Florldai plaint on the PlainUff'Attorne1 Attorney Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark
Homecoming services at Long don and baby returned home Sun- la Court Chancery.tarbara T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. weeks each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- I Building, Jacksonville. Floridaand
Branch had a nice day sun- Shadd Plaintiff vs. Leon and file the original in the office of graph. I file the original In the office
day.Percy Shadd. Defendant. Case No. 10-020 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 'of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
shine and no rain for a change.We Lee of Jacksonville was Notice To Appears or before the 9 day of November, Dated this 6th day of October, or before the
unable to attend as here Monday on business. To Leon whose last known 1953; otherwise the allegations of 1953.
: Shadd I
were OFFICIAL 9 day of November, 1953;
67 Geo. T. Huggins said Complaint will be taken as con- ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby
formerly stated, due to mymother's Joe Marr, who is ill, has movedto residence and address is: 20th Air fessed by you. Clerk of the Circuit Court otherwise the allegations of said
Agent Police Squadron.A.P.0.120 c/o Post- By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. .Complaint wilt be taken as con-
County
feeble condition. She the home of his sister, Miss master, New York. New York. 'I This notice shall be publishedonce 10/9 4t 10,30 .fessed by you.

t Agricultural r Extension SenIceBuy has to be lifted around quite a I Ollie Marr, in Starke. Miss Marris suit You for are hereby notified that a weeks each in the week Bradford for foul County consecutive Tele- I This each notice week shall for four be publishedonce consecu-

bit and I am unable to do this still ill. We wish them a speedy Divorcehas graph. NOTICE TO APPEAR tive weeks In the Bradford County
Seeds At Home acre. alone) so Jim stays with me to recovery. been filed against you In the Dated this 7 day of October. 1953. Im Circuit Court. Bradford County Telegraph.
,
1 1 I above named Court and cause and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb Flerldat !.
Whenever you can fill your seed Last week during a panel dis- Mr. and. Mrs. Sidney Starlingand you are required to serve a copy of Clerk of the Circuit Court Betty H. Stratton.Chancery Plaintiff vs. JackS. Dated this 6 day of October, 1953
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
needs from local supplies that c:I cussion among Experiment Station help.Bell, our delivery girl, refusedto family were visiting Mrs. your answer or pleading to the By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy 10/9 U Clerk.10/30 Stratton, Defendant. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
complaint the Plaintiff'sAttorney
meet standard tests, you are doIng -i I Workers and several Florida deliver the groceries in this Strickland's sister; Willie Moody., on J. Donald Gibson, 226 Notice To Appear Case No. 10-119 By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 10/9 4t Clerk.10/30

' the right thing. it may be in iI Cattlemen the statement was neck of the woods Saturday, we at Graham Sunday. East Forsyth Street. Jacksonville HOTICU> TO APPEAR

t.; patronizing and supporting your:I I I 1 made that you were ahead even if understand. Her sister/ Hazel E. C. Harvey was a business and file .the Florida original In the office of Florldai fa Circuit la Court.Chancery.Julia Bradford. County

local dealer or In purchasing you kept cattle from losing weight (Mrs. Griffis) and a helper de visitor in Jacksonville Friday. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Kostyal. Plaintiff, vs. Frank ALL TYPES PEST CONTROL

some seeds direct from the pro during winter months. JamesLove' livered. Can't say I blame Bell _Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Normanand or before the Kostyal.. Defendant.
2 day of November, 1953 Case No. 10-121
ducer. from Quincy stated that in the least, she has been stuckin son Larry were visiting Mr. otherwise the allegations ;of said :Notice To Appear SPECIALIZING IN

; Florida Black Rye Is one of any oats or rye were good prof- these bog holes so much and and Mrs. G. L. Sapp last Friday Complaint will be taken as confessed To: Frank Kostyal. whose residence .
I
CITRUS GROVE SPRAYING
by you.This and address is: 3051 82nd: St.,
its when with at Heilbronn
your top winter grazing crops. compared possible spent so much time trying to get Springs. notice shall be published Jackson Heights, New York. ,

'. N. G. Hayes at Brooker has a losses usually had. out, chopping poles, shoveling, Dorothy Manning returned home once each week for four consecutive You are hereby notified that a Lare or Small
weeks
in the Bradford County Tele- suit for Divorcehas
limited supply that will interest 'Winter PastureLegumes prying, well, it is too much for a I from North Carolina after a short I graph. been filed against you in the COMPLETE EXTERMINATING SERVICEFOR

you If you want good rye seed. grown in combinationwith young lady to do, even if there visit with friends. Dated this 30 day of September, above named Court and cause and

hundred pound bags of 1953. HOUSEH01 D PESTS AND TERMITES
were no
write Mr.
You can or phone
summer grasses not only, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Hayes at Brooker. I I provide good grazing during late feed to unload besides heavy f9YYYYYYYYYTYTYYTYYTTTTYLAWTEY Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida Pest Control
boxes of groceries. If it had beenmt" By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk MONUMENTSLOWEST & Chemical Co.
Cattle grazing rye at West Florida winter and early spring but also 10/2 4t 10/23
Experiment Station duringthe I store nitrogen In the soil for use I think would have resigned % 2220 N. W. 6th St Phone 6035 Gainesville Fla.

1952,, season made gains by the grasses during the summer. long ago! la Circuit NOTICE Court To Bradford APPEAR CoBBty, PRICES I

averaging 235:) pounds of beef per I,I White Dutch Clover requires The cat hunters were out here by L. II. Futch1AAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAA.. Florldai IB Chancery. FINEST
Violet E. Varis, Plaintiff Mi- QUAUTYI
I I night but soon left. vs.
moist soils. Crimson clover requires Saturday chael D. Vans, Defendant.
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTWHERE I I well-drained soil that has I Probably too much water to hunt Case No. 10-090 No Extra ChargeFor That's Our Business

TRAINING AND I!moisture holding capacity. Hubamor in. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick of Notice To: Michael Topp..r.D. .Varls. whose residence Setting In Or Near C ?

EXPERIENCE COUNT I Floranna will grow on a wide Ida, Nellie and J. B. Padgett Tallahassee spent the weekend and address is: 370 Columbus If It's Glass We Have It!

I variety of soils. Sweet lupine has from near Tampa, also Lloyd with Mrs. Wyrick's sister, Miss Avenue You New York N. Y. STARKEWrite g CALL WRITE or VISIT
are hereby notified hat a
,, If you need a truss or surgical I a very useful place on well drained Wilkinson, spent the weekend in Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Joyce suit forDivorce .

support, you cannot afford to I sandy, soils. Where Legumesare these parts. Futch. l Joe Peters Glass CO.
I Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker has been filed against you In the :
take cha.neeith health to'be Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wilkinson
a your I planted on grass sod, above named Court and cause and 3rus0
by being improperly fitted. i the grasses should be grazed spent the weekend with Marion's and children of Jacksonville were you are required to serve a copy of FOR ANY GLASS NEED

Here at Canova Prescription o closely, fertilizer applied and home folks, the Jack Wilkinsons. weekend guests of her mother your complaint answer on or pleading the Plaintiff to the ,_1 [ We Design Modern Store Fronts

Center; we have trained technicians I;'adapted legumes seeded right Irene Padgett and Betty Jean Mrs. A. H. Harley. Attorney Evan T. Evans, 103 Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Law For Free Folder
returned home last week from Jack Wainwright of Fort Jackson Exchange Building. Jacksonville -
male away.If Florida Table Tops
both and female
grass pasture has been for- North Carolina where they had South Carolina spent the and file the original in me orflco of ATLANTIC ME.\IORIALS.INC.
to serve 10U.Remember [tilized for two or three years and spent some time with Irene's weekend with his parents, Mr. the Clerk of the Circuit Court onr ESTABLISHED 1930 318 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353
> before the
your health and and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright, returning -
mother) Ruth
I sufficient quantities of lime added daughter (Betty's 2 day of November, 1953;
comfort depend on expert to his post on Monday. 715 fOKIST IT.
!to bring the pH up to 6.0 to 6.5), Corbett, who had undergone an otherwise the allegations of said
Ernest Wells has answered the Complaint will be taken as confeaa- JACKSONVILLE, FLOIIDA
,'an application of 500 pounds of operation recently. ad by you. Id atf.tatltits "
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call to the Colors reporting to
fitting.CANOVA 0-10-20 fertilizer per acre should, Baily Lang, wife of Ivey and This notice shall &e publishedonce -
I Fort Jackson last week where hes each week for four consecutive
be used. .If legumes are to be daughter Helen aU of Jacksonville, weeks In the Bradford County Tele- From where I sit.JyJoe Marsh
I now taking boot training.
I planted on new grass sod, 0-14-10 attended church at Long Branch ral>h.
PRESCRIPTION CENTEI Glenn Crews of Parris Island Pated this 26 day of September 1.
is satisfactory. If Clover makes Sunday. Ivey came over t6 see us 1953. Let Us Thoroughly
PHONE 4202 spent the' weekend with his par- r J
good growth following these fertilizers a few minutes. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb
(Near Hospital) additional Kill- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews Clerk of the Circuit Court Wash Art Takes .
I an application Ernie and Yougan Padgett Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Martin of By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Your Clothes Modern a
Gainesville, Fla. ,of potash might be needed in Feb- ed a rattlesnake near here whileat 10/2 4t 10/23 '
'ruary or.March. work last week, just across Daytona were weekend guests of Court 9 Pounds \>i Licking '
la Circuit ,
jAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAArPHONE her mother, S. A. Hicks, and fami- Bradford County,
the creek, we understand. I Florida IB Chancery.
Pecan Market Opens l Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish Sr. --.. -
y.
Elwyn Merle
Batchelor Plaintiff
For 40c!
killed a gopher snake in our
We are afways glad to see action Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish Jr ,vs. Mildred Helen Viturale Terczyak Did you know we had a real lot of folks one feUW even
at our Farmers Markets. chicken lot. Jim and I were.rak. and children and Mr. and Mrs. I Batchelor, Defendant. artist in town? Yes sir! Handy wanted to buy it!"
218 ing leaves, one of my hens told Case No. 10-107 FREE Bleach If Desired!
First pecan auction was Thurs-, Leslie Sweat all of Maxville were Order Of Publication And otlce Jackson was a contributor to the From where I sit, Handy'sSculpture
day of this week, and Mr. Jud4 me there was a snake there, I also Sunday afternoon guests in To App art State Of Florida Tot Exhibition at the "modern art" just shows how
looked and sure enough there was. Mildred Helen Viturale Terczyak
COLONIALFLORIST tells me that he hopes to have an : the Hicks home. Batchelor, whose residence and ad. Centerville Fair last week. some people can be led astray.
about 6 feet long. I grabbed
one
Shuford and dress is: 14 Coomes We Will Some even get to be "experts"-
Street
auction I sale each Thursday during Mr. and Mrs. Joe Springfield His work was streaky pink and
make
a hoe and tried to sausage Massachusetts
o :
the season. Auction will be at Kenneth of St. Augustine especially about the other fel
ccn. all around-sort of
You are required to curved
meat of the thing, succeedeo appear on Your Clothes
1:00'p.m.. spent the weekend with his mother November 2, 1953. in the above lamed Dry streamlined. Caused quite a stir. low's business. Whether it's art
well. At least I got It
pretty Court
and ,
cause wherein plain-
Mrs. J. S. Shuford Sr. i or music, or a simple thing like
Feeder Pig SalesA good and dead. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County' Nobody was sure what it was
Mrs. A. H. Harlev is spendingthis Telegraph shall publish this Order For 20cIn to but some choosing, say, beer or milk with
FLOWE"RSFor regulation just received from week with relatives in Jack- in next four weekly issues. supposed represent; a snack, we should live and let
T.TTTTTTTTTTyyYVYTTYTyYHIGHLAND Witness my nand and official New Automatic Driers! liked it and thought i was good
the Florida Livestock Board effective -
An Occasions sonville. seal at Starke Florida this October live There's no call for either of
the lowdown
October 15 is as follows: I, 1953. art.Handy gave me :
Among the, Lawteyites attend-. us to set ourselves up as atcdeP
Feeder swine are (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles JV, DarbyAs it but
permitted to "Why, was nothing a "
at Branch for the other!
he Homecoming Long Clerk of said Court
through a livestock marketor By Marian L. piece of cattle salt our cows
pass Crosby Deputy Clerk

(j) sales barn having holding or By Mrs.. Lacy Norman Mr.Baptist and Church Mrs. O.last J.Sunday Anders were and Charles Bldg., Jacksonville R. Hess, 204, Florida.Guaranty Life The Washeteria\ have been lickin' at for months.I Clo tJt(AO. /J

inspection pens"approved by rep-' son Billy; Mr. and :Mrs. S. A. Attjs. for Pl!. 10/% 4t 10/23 just had it mounted. Fooled a ovvCopyright,19S3
resentative of the Florida Live AAAA AAAAAAA AAA AA AAA Temple Ave. Starke
and
Hicks and daughter Helen;

DISH GARDENS stock. Board. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- Mr. J. C. Higginbotham.Buck la Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR County .... .' .: :. .:. -' '- ."' ,-' ,United States Brewers Foundation

All vehicles transporting swine ship services 11 aJn. and 7:30 Jones of Ft. Pierce was Florida IB Chancery.

POTTERY which have passed through an p.m. each Sunday. Prayer meet- business visitor to Lawtey the .- -- .

POTTED PLANTS approvaed livestock market or ing each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. i first of this week. III ..-". -_'r"J"r" ,.-.- J._ .. .r.w.-: ._._ : -_ :- --_.. '

sales barn must be thoroughly Study book course each Satur- Mrs. Seeber Andrews of Jack-

Flowers JViredAnywhere cleaned and disinfected prior to day 7:30. Teachers meeting 7:30 sonville spent the weekend with

loading and departure from the p.m. each Saturday. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred I '
You Need the Furniture
market or sales barn. Such cleaning Johnnie Mae Strickland and Moore.

and disinfection shall be accomplished Wilbur Mobela of Jacksonvillewere Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore and
Nona St. Starke under supervision of in our community Saturdayon
daughter, Gayle and Renee, were
a representative of the Florida business.Mr. .
Livestock Board. and Mrs. Homer Smith and shopping in Jacksonville last

Saturday.A number. of people from the WE NEED THELet's SPACE-

DELUXE First Baptist Church here were

in Raiford two; days last week

MODEL Chef attending the Annual Meeting of
Magic
Range
the New River Baptist Association. -

78. Birthday. Party I Get Together -- All Floor


Mrs. Effie Miner and Mrs.I

:..... ft.- Frank Wells entertained with a
-
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"t3 -- birthday party for Mrs. Wells I I

Exclusive Features daughter, Miss :Mary Ann Moats Display at Greatly Reduced Prices

in the Miner home Friday nightof

ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER UNIT last week. After an evening of .

Exclusive! Two top burners and delightful games and contests delicious -

drip tray aU In one unit. Catches I refreshments consisting ot All Cash Sales -- No Deliveries At These Rock Bottom Prices !

spillovers, lifts like a feather, birthday cake and punch were

washes like a plate. Burners are served. The honoree received a -

non-clog simmer-set. Instant number of nice gifts with which Beautiful

automatic top lighting. she was much pleased. Fourteen = 3

SUING OUT BROILER young people were present to enloy x

this occasion all,of whom re- !
Exclusive!.Open the door and the ItiIM BEDROOM SUITS
ported having a good time, and 1.1111
broiler swings out ready for use.
the entire group is now wonder-
Convenient smokeless. Fun to fU
ing who will be next to give them
sizzling, savory steaks. LEW 7-PIECES
such a treat. Mr. and Mrs. How- .

GUARANTEEDEach ard Miner and son, Buff of'Jacksonville :
RICH WALNUT FINISH
range Is guaranteed for one were also present for the _
1
year against defects in workmanship occasion.

or materiaL Burners are Plans for the homecoming at

guaranteed for life.. the Methodist Church next Sun- ,

day, October 18, are shaping uo
nicely and the community is looking I -_- 69.50
t/ I
forward to seeing friends and /i" j.; : ':,'"

relatives in attendance at this .. : i.;;)'"

Priced As Low As annual affair. Dr. D. L. Scudderof .' ....y.'i,.. ,""",t/:'J:!.; ,
Gainesville will be the guest
-
-
speaker and there is surely a

treat in store for those who hear GOLD SEAL LINOLEUM ,,

him. f Ip s a
Plus

$205 Your

Old RUGS
YOU'LL LOVE the new 'F..fitt'r- 0.95
Range
; brook purse-sire fountain pens In .

I pastel shades. Only $%.31 at Brad-

NO MONEY DOWNUSE FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 5 Y'-


YOUR OLD RANGE NOTICE TO APPEAR Reg. 13.95: Vol.

FOR DOWN PAYMENTCompletely IB ClrrBlt. ('*.rt, Bradford CoBBty.Florida _
Ckaucers. -
TUNE IN ON WRUF .
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FOR Installed Case No. 10-W9 !

Notice T. Appear A BED
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To; Joseph J. Rich whose residence LlVINSOF 69.50'SUITS
SONS OF THEPIONEERS LONG TERMS TO PAY Barnes and Company.address Bristol.is: c/o Conn.Wallace-

Payments As Low As $8.71 Per Month suit You for are hereby notified that a

Divorce custody and control of
minor children alimony and

Daily 12:M -12:15 1 CYLINDER GAS FPEVV! I above has costs been named filed Court.against and you cause In and the And All OtherFURNITURE

i you are required to serve a copy of
I your answer or pleading to the
the Plaintiffs Uo
complaint on

Attorney 507 Clark William Building.D. Jackson-Morgan. At Amazing .
CENTRAL FLA. GAS & APPLIANCE CO. ville. Florida

and file the original In the office of
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Maxville Phone 3
or before the Bargain Prices! Lawtey Phone 7 IF

PHONE 301 STARKE, FLA. 1 2 day of November, 1953; 1 I
otherwise the allegations of said

Complaint will be taken as confess- IJ I



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l" TWELVE BRADFORD
. COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA .
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" " 'vvTTYYTTTTTTYYTTYYTYYYYYYTYYFFARMER'S by now. So we have to get busy about the time we put the tractor
NOTICE TO APPEAR i iIn the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
as soon as we can get to it, and away it rained again and the Circuit Court Bradford County, I before the 9 day of November. 1953,
p;: start fertilizing the plants we beans look as bad as ever. Florida I. Chancery. otherwise the allegations of said
set out. We'll use- the same SOIL CONSERVATION :George T. Moss, Plaintiff, vs. Martha Complaint will be taken as confessed -
P. Moss Defendant.
D I A R Y method we tried last year, usingthe At the most embrrassing times, I Case Xo. 10-118 This by yon notice shall be published
N-E-W-S Notice To AppearsTo once each week for four consecutive
old fashioned the starter on the
; corn planter, car would jam, I : Martha P. Moss whose residence weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
r and jabbing a dose of fertilizerinto and so after this happened a num- I and address is: Raleigh graph.

: ,The author win be glad to reeelve the soil close to each plant. .ber of times, Sam took the thing By Bill Haas I North Carolina. Dated this C day of October. 193$.
I
You are hereby notified that a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Items of Interest concern- This first plant feeding will be apart and cleaned it. But as so u. S. SOIL _____ suit for Clerk of the Circuit Court.

: (ngthe'acUviffeaofMrmerslnBrsdford done with 7-7-5 fertilizer, but often happens, it was easier get CONSERVATION Divorcehas By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
been filed against you In the 10/9 4t 10)304LIE
County. Suggestions maj later we'll use 3-8-8. ting it out than putting it back .4 SERVICE above named Court and cause and

be left at the Telegraph office or S S and Frank finally had to finish you are required to serve a copy of "-. .. .

mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtej, < .The old ladies in the hen houseor the job. Hope that we have. that ,-- --- your answer on the or Plaintiff'g pleading to Attorney the complaint '' ', __ -_ ._,."

( should we call it the boat fixed now, for if Sam ,ever goes Lloyd Bass. 30% Clark Building, !
E Jacksonville
Florida
By Sam McGarrey house) have just about quit lay- off his trolley, (and right now it A soil and water conservation land within its capability and and file the original In the office of ATTENTION

IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALALAAAAAAAAAAAAHad ing. Every time we feed them, is more. likely a matter of when) farm plan was prepared for C. D. treating it according to its needs the before Clerk the of 9 cay the Circuit of November Court, on 1953 or; !
(Jack
we hear nothin but comnlaints.. it will be because something on ) Edwards on his place in for protection and improvement.All otherwise the allegations of said If You Have

a very delightful surprise j and there's one thing sure, they and when we see- how few eggs this farm drove him crazy. the Bayless Highway section. For these different features Complaint by will be taken as confessed -

this week when Alice's brother were set out with mois- permanent pastures Jack's plan above enclosed in booklet you
enough there are, we do a bit of grousingon S S S are a This notice shall be publishedonce
visited, for short time. ture in calls for Pensacola each week four TIMBER TO SELL
Frank us a the ground. ; Bahia and which is your Conservation Farm for consecutive
all in all
the hen
our own, so His old arch enemy Finnegan, weeks in the Bradford County Tel.-'
Unfortunately, it rained during o house is quite noisy around feed- the water pump, is the very'model Pangola grass. White clover and Plan. These services are free to graph. .. PINE OR CYPRESS

.: most of his visit so that he did But this year if the berries don't ing time. A polecat tried to geta of efficiency these days. But he's sweet yellow lupine will be used you through the Bradford Soil Dated this C day of October, 1953. '
(
OFFICIAL
SEAL Darby
i, not really see 'our farm at its do well, we'll have no one to hen one night and Sam slopped very much like the hired hand whois for winter grazing. While look- Conservation District and Soil Clerk of)the Charles Circuit A. Court. Large or Small Tracts

best. And then too might blame ing field that had been By Marian L.- Crosby Deputy Clerk
you but ourselves. Other rears down there with the gun. But consumed by drinking, we're over a I Conservation Service. All you I
know we'd have when we've had prepared for sweet Jack' I 10/9 4t 10/30 We Buy All
help them lupine,
company out
setting to tell the truth, he was hopinghe atraid, and one of these days he'll have to do is make"your wants
our freezor is just about empty. and sometimes they were set out stated, that sweet lupine sure
would not meet :Mr. Polecat, go off on a real mechanical binge, known.
I PAY TOP PRICES
But Alice popped the head off .a quite poorly. But this year we're because under the circumstances, and we'll rue these words. helps cut down on the winter feee I NOTICE TO APPEARIn

chicken made some biscuits .and i doing almost all the work our- that critter had all the advantages S t bill.Some Florida Circuit! In Court.Ckaneerr.Bradford J County, 0'JJ'rile

dumplings, scrapped up tome selves, and doing it slowly and i and his aim most certainly The cows sure love their steamed of the features of a soil Attorney T. Frank Landrum, Leonides M. Kosado. Plaintiff, vs.
okra, and we had a good feast. carefully. For instance, we are and water conservation farm plan Starke, Florida Jennie Kosado Defendant. or Call
i would have been much more acc bone meal. We keep puttingsome I and file the original In the office of Case Xo. 10-120
You can aVwaya find something to cleaning off each plant when we i a rate. Never did find him, in a feeder in the cowshed are: tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court on Notice To Appear '
eat on a farm. set it out, and we won't have the ((1)) A Land Capability Map or before the To: Jennie Rosado, whose resi
I
he must have fast we fill
[though, so we figure and just about as as 2b day of October, 1953; dence and address Is: Mt. Keep Glen B.T.THOMASLUMBER
job of cleaning out weeds and slipped into a drain furrow and it up, the cows clean it up. They This is a reproduction of your otherwise the allegations of said Gardner, New Jersey.
This week we had a lot more grass close to the plants. It may I j farm on an aerial photograph. Complaint will >e taken as contess3d You are hereby notified that a
I drowned. have just about cleaned up one by you. suit for f
that stuff they call dew out in The different types of soils, slope CO.
of be that we are getting mighty mineral block, and they also eata This notice shall be publishedonce Divorcehas
California and the water table was about and erosion are shown. This mapis each week for four consecutive been filed against you In the
how
fussy set out
we our A while back we had some lot of common salt, too. There weeks in the Bradford County Tele. above named Court and and PHONE 211JP.O.Box735
at least six inches, ABOVE the berries, but it seems to us that a mighty fine plans made for this are seven head grazing on about colored' to show the different I graph.Dated. you are required to serve cause a copy ol
But then one morning, of treatment for the landon I this 23 day of September, vour answer or pleading to the .
types
ground. lot of the complaint
help you get nowadays fall planting season, and we did 18 acres of unimproved pasturethe 1953. on the Plaintiffs Attorney: STARKE, FLA.
a big fiery ball came up out of is interested in only one thing, do quite a bit of work. But as ( hairy indigo is about gone) your farm. The informationon (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroj Lloyd Bass 302 Clark Building,

the east, and we scarcely recognized -I and that is: get as much look around have .the map is used to determine Clerk of' the Circuit Court Jacksonville, Florida I L -
money j we now we and they manage to look pretty By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. and file the original In the office oj::1 t-.. ..
:: -it as the 'sun. However, it land use and treatment and as a 9/25 4t 10/16 -- n.
I as possible for as little work as little or nothing to show for it. good, so we feel that the steamed

looks now as if the weather has possible. It just goes to show that in farm- bone meal, salt and minerals are I basis for the development of your 1. Circuit Court-, Bradford County .'
settled and before long we hopeto S S conservation farm
ing you can plan but the weather helping to keep them in good I plan. Florida In Chancery.Ora !
dry off and get back to work. We're setting out a lot of smaD can sure make a mess of your shape. I ((2)) A Land Use Map This Lee Dees. Plaintiff \s. George

We sure have had enough rain to plants, but we've been told that I plans without hardly trying. $5S is a drawing of your farm, show- I Dees Order, Defendant.Of PubUl'ationad Case Xo.Notice 10-081 To MOVINGLOCAL
!
last a long time.Practically they will grow all right, so we're I S S S I I We've got to get out this week I ing the various fields, acreages Appear State Of Florida Tot ,
U. I George Dees, whose residence and
using them. We raised our own :Mr. and Mrs. Hardman of and get some Florida 90's to set and what you plan to use these address is: 307 Norfolk Street, Newark I -

every day, though, runners from last year's plants Hampton Lake stopped in to see out. We want to try these berry fields for. Also shown on this New Jersey. S Safe PHONE

we have kept at the Job of settingout and we do not have a lot of big us, and we enjoyed meeting them. plants, and we have heard some trap are woodlands, streams, October You are 26,required 1953, in to the appear above on I' OR .

berry plants and we now have plants so we have to use the Sam was busy setting plants at mighty fine things about them. roads, fences, homesites, and any named Court and cause, wherein LONGDISTANCE Dependable

about 8,000 in the ground. We small ones. We noticed in setting the*time, so he didn't get to meet And we'll have to get all our other permanent features on your County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this I S EconomicalR. 311

didn' want to wait and rebuild out plants that even the coffee them but Alice enjoyed talking plants in soon, anyway, while farm. Order in next four weekly Issues.
the beds, which had all but wash- so'we Witness my hand and official seal I B. Alvarez OR
weeds have a poor color, fishing with them. The Hard- there is plenty of moisture in the (3)) Land Capability Guide at Sta-rke, Florida, this September

ed away, so we went ahead and guess that it's been too doggonewet mans raise earthworms for fishing soil. Sheets There is a guide sheet 23, 1953. Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-1

set out on beds which are only for anything to grow -?- except bait.. S S S (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO.
for each of soil farm.
type on your Clerk of said Court _ _
about six inches Our think-
high. fish, perhaps. U S S Going to start feeding Happy Recommendations made for By Marion L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
ing may-be wrong, but we reason S 5 The Bradford County "Soil:; Con- Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch BIdg.,
fatten him '
scratch this week to cropland, water management, Jacksonville, Florida.
that if we head into a long dry Luckily we did not put fertilizerout servation District gave us 40. lbs. up for butchering. We select pasture and hay land woodlandand Attys. for Flf. 9/25 4t 10/16 STORAGEPerr'man

spell that very low beds will be in our berry beds before we of rescue grass to plant, to see scratch to feed him, as we think wildlife. NOTICE TO APPEARIn

better than high ones. Anyhow, started to set, for if we had, it how it would do on our low land. that he can utilize it better than (4)) Conservation Job Sheets Circuit Court Bradford rountj: Bldg. S. Court St. Starke Florida
We are going to plant it in the Florida In Chancery. ,
we had to get some plants .out,, would have all been washed out whole corn. But with dollars There is a job sheet for each Margaret Szegedi, Plaintiff, vs. Las- -
front sedge grass field, just as we'll zlo Szegedi, Defendant. ---
being as scarce as they are, these sheets are detailed instruc- -
soon as we can get the land ready. '? Case Xo. 10-114 ,
not buy too much feed for Happy. tions for establishing and main- Notice To Appear.' -

Expect to use the 40 pounds of I' He is about 18 months old, and i iI practice you are going to use. On To: Laszlo Szegedi whose residence
seed on about an acre, and plant and address is: Hajduszobaslo,
weights, about 500 lbs. right now. taining these conservation prac- Hajdu Megye, Hungary.You .
the rest of the field in Abruzzirye. I .
1 tices. When these practices are are heresy notified that a
It will be interesting to see ooi' suit for
the
INTEGRITYof The first morning of applied you will be using your Divorce, custody and control of MONEY
how .well the rescue grass grow fall starts us thinking of fire- minor child and other relief
S S S S I has been filed against you in the
wood. Wish we had one of those 193;; ; otherwise the allegations of above named Court and cause and j300
conduct and dealing with better You might think that with all new-fangled chain saws. said Complaint will be taken as confessed you a-e required to serve a copy of
the rain we've had that the insects S S S by you. your answer or pleading to the
thoughtfulness and economy in all This notire; shall be published complaint on the Plaiitifff
would be about drownedout. Got busy again this week and I once each week for four consecutive Attorney Samuel W. Getzen, P.
our serving these mark the reputable But they were doing fine, the kitchen garden. "If weeks in the Bradford County Tele O. Box 81, Gainesville, Florida
replanted I graph. and file the original in the office ol
quality of this well known firm. thank you, on our Irish Potatoes, at first you don't succeed, try, Dated this 30 day of September, the Clerk of the Circuit Court or
and the few cabbages we managedto advice 1953. or n.fne tt1" ,
bit of
is good I' "
try again" a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 9 day of November, 1953;
DeWITT C. JONESPhone : set out, so we sprayed them and it is our guess that it was Clerk of the Circuit Court otherwise the allegations of said e SerykeSssSflssrrsssssflpsp4ppssssflsprssssSrSSSfl
Pnrnnlaint will be taken confessed Prompt -- Friendly
with a soultion of 25 per cent to farmer. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. as -
first given a
7 Starke, FIa. DDT emulsion. With cooler weather S S S ______ 104t 10/2J This by you.notice shall ..e -publishedonce ,

Inflfl JSSSSSSSS on the way, we can at least whistling all over NOTICti: TO APPEAR each week for four consecutive
The quail are I. Circuit Court Bradford County, weeks In the E'radford County Tele.
I
Funeral Director Ambulance Service look- forward to fewer insects. our farm, and it makes us hungry Florida In Chancery graph. STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO.
S S S 'L ___ Joseph Perry, Plaintiff Anne Dated this 2 day of October, 1953.
are
Our local funeral home enable as to offer convenience an* I just thinking how gooa uiey Perry, Defendant. Case No. 10-082 1 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Just as soon as a little rain think of how Clerk of the Circuit Couel.By .
to eat. Then we Notice To Appear.To Phone 160 In Canova Drug Store
erricea not otherwise available. ran off, we got out the tractor 1 berries they will eat, and : Anne Perry, whose residenceand Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk .
many 10/9 4t 10/30 -
address is: 160 Washington ---
-. ,,, r r. ,---l--J.. and plowed out the middles in we get as angry again as we were Avenue Coytesville, New Jersey. '
the kitchen garden. Then we used You are hereby notified that a
w. furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and last year. suit for Divorce has been filed
the wheel hoe to loosen up the U S S against you in the above named
accept ANT life insurance policy in force, lasted by ANY Co'-.rt and and
out our berry cause you are required -
soil around the three rows of I While setting I
company, aa payment in part or in full on a funeralConsultation the specks of to serve a copy of your answer 9 V
notice pleading to the
complaint
green garden beans we still have, plants we I or
carries no obligation. throughout the beds, and wi! on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
and hoped that it would help. But lime T. Frank Landrum, Starke,
ntA-rrrsssssssssssssrsssssrflrsflsssssnnss .I I
are thankful that we had the field Florida and file the original in the for performance that's
limed when we did. We've made office of the Clerk of the Circuit car really
Court on or before the 26 day of October -
lots of mistakes in farming, but 1953; otherwise the allega-
of big fields was Lions of said Complaint will betaken .

me liming of the two things our we did right. This as notice confessed shall by i>e you.published rThL11 :----- ...

ON DISPLAY TODAY S S SIt .nce each week for four consecutive
weeks In the Bradford County Tele
is music to our ears to hear graph.

the mocking birds singing again.It 1953.Dated this 23 day of September.

won't be long now before all i I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

anL ) the birds are back, and then there Clerk of the Circuit Court
toeD4c Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
to
:: is a real symphony to listen 9/25 4t 10/16

w4 while working in the field. -

.. NOTICE 10 .\PPF.RI.
.. Circuit Court. Bradford County,
that old song: It ,
Remember Flnitd.it In Chancery
ain't gonna rain no more? If it Charles Granitz. Plaintiff vs. Mary
wetter t Granitz, Defendant.
does, it can't get any Case No. 10-083

around here, only deeper. I Notice To Appear i
To: Mary (Granitz whose residenceand
address is: Deutfh. Minihof

HEGISTER OTICE OF FICTITIOlVME INTENTION' TO Austria.You are hereby notified that a
Lf' Li
that the suit for
given
,- Notice is hereby Divorcehas ,
undersigned, under the Provisions -
I of Chapter 20.953 Laws of FJoridaActs I been filed against you in the fr
Iw of 1941. will register above named Court and cause and ,
Court in and for you are required to serve a copy of .
Circuit
\ Clerk E'radford of the County, State of Florida your complaint answer or pleading to the try a fill of CROWN EXTRA, ,
on the Plaintiff's
upon this receipt notice of the proof fictitious of publicationof nameof the popular premium fuel that

Miller-Baker Co., under which wear VTTTTVTTVVfVTYYTyTTyTTVTCHARLEY meets today's highest standards of
engaged In business at 450 Lafayette -
St.. Starke. Fla. Sole owner year-'round gasoline performance!
*: Walter R. Miller and wife Charlotte -

M. Miller. 450 Lafayette S1., CROWN EXTRA is refined in the
Starke, Fla.Dated
;. this 2nd day of October,
; South for Southern motorists and
Bradford County -
A..D1953.. at Starke,
Florida. sold by a Southern company. Its I
10/! 4t 10/23
; superior base stock, currently (
PLYMOUTH NOTICE TO APPEAR gO
741L1UJ'54 tm Circuit Court. BraUforU C.untyF1.rlda thanged to fit the seasons, assures
In Chancery.Rufus I :
A. Turlington. Plaintiff, vs. \ you the correct balance of
Izetta Arlene Turlington, Defendant.
all high-performance
Case No. 10-10 seven

Notice To Appear.To .
: Iietta Arlene Turlington, qualities:
whose residence and address is: Un-

We're having a big beauty and style show, known.Your are hereby notified that I QuickstartingFast

and you're invited! We want you to be one suit for warm-up
Divoreo
of the very first to see the sparkling new You can win has been filed against yon in theabove High anti-knock
named Court and cause and
Full
1954 PLYMOUTH I you are required to serve a copy of power
one of these brilliant your answer or pleading to the complaint -| E. JOHNS & SON Clean engineoperationLong
When you do, you'll see a bigger looking, on the Plaintiff Attorney I JTR
Starke, Florida.
Green & Green mileage
;
longer car,with brand-new colors.. the fresh new Plymouthsnew and file the original In the office of I about this questionIt
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Vapor-lock preventionSee
beauty of "Color-Tuned" Styling.! luxurious or before the 2 day of November

all-new interiors! FREE 195; otherwise the allegations of is possible that it costs for yourself why CROWN
said Complaint will be,taken as confessed -

That's not alil! The 1954 Plymouth has new This by notice you. shall be publishedonce 2 1-2 times as much to replace EXTRA is the .

lets drive each week for four consecutive structure it cost to
full-time POWER STEERING- a today as
you Enter the
big $25,00* "WIN ANEW weeks In the Bradford County Tele-

without effort! Makes parking a real pleasurel! PLYMOUTH CONTESTl Win graph. build it 10 years ago? A
Dated this 30 day of September I
/. HY-DR1YE, NO-SHIFT DRIVING! The new. a sparkling new 1954 Plymouth, or 153. 'I building contractor insists Largest Selling Premium Gasoline in

est, smoothest, least expensive no-shift driving one of hundreds of big cash prizes. OJFFICIAL SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Darby1Clerk Court.' that it does. Must I more I

in the low-price field! FREE1 We've got entry blanks atyd Py Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk :
4 10/2 4t 16/JJ than double fire insur-
oil details. Hurry-contest closes! t my

...\. There's more new value than we can talk midnight, Monday, October 19th. NOTICE TO APPEAR I IIB | ance over 1942 to be coveredfor the area served by Standard Oil Dealers
Circuit Court. Bradford County.
about htre-we urgently invite to visit
you Florida In C.....". full replacement value? I
our showroom and let us show you the new Jan A. Williams. Plaintiff, TS. GraceJ. 1

.- '1954 Plymouth,NOW! JiiIi.827 Chrysler Corporation'sNo.l Williams. Defendant.Case No. 10-105 ---S II

'ow.f St*"rl.g tad Hf-0ri,::, Mch '''U4 bl 1'*t tow lift* C&. ___ Car. Veti.: Grace T. Appear.To J. Williams. whose residence I

r- and address Is: Unknown. Charley L Johns
You are hereby notified that a
I
suit for
c Divorce j I I > 1 (

above has been named filed Court against and you cause in and the: ______ tOIL
HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.PHONE you are required to serve a copy of & Son AgencyPhone t

your answer or pleading to the complaint -
t
on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT.
Frank Landrum. Starke. FI.a.and .. STANDARD COMPANY (Kentuckyi" ) tI
69 600 Temple Ave. STARKE, FLA. file the origiaal In the office 13 Starke, F1a.AAAAAA.A&A.AA.&AA& .
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
-or before the 2 day of November, I &* !
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