Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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SRD Agrees To Remedy Bad 301 Marking-At C'allahan

In ,recent weeks frequent complaints have come to the --. -- .
I Telegraph concerning the deplorable lack of directional :; 1A .. # -

markers on U. S. Highway 301 at the strategic- Callahan. '-r .I % t' -- \ Tourists Have A noice't 1&j', cL 1.r J

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Local: motor court operators tell REMEDY According To Misleading Sign At Right, '.:

us frequently about infuriated I : They Can Either Go .
Turn 14
tourists who arrive here hours off PROMISEDTwo 1 Straight or -. ,

schedule and apparently disgusted : =' Right To Follow U. S. 301 .**:

with the whole state of Florida State Road Department "'.'V.A''C' "_,' '','_.. ..... c r "I*" .. .,
because they missed 301's right officials Rolfe )Mickler assistant >" r I ,. _
hand turn at Callahan and com district engineer and
iinued straight along U. S. 1. R. E. Jones district maintenance ,' :

winding up in the maze of Jack- engineer -' were con-

sonville traffic. One elderly gen: tacted by the Telegraph whilein : Iw1

tleman was almost ready for a Starke Thursday morning on
straight jacket after wanderingfor other business. '- I

hours around Jacksonville be- Upon being shown photographs -

fore he could find anyone capable at right they agreed to : ___
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of directing him back on 301. take Immediate steps, to ..correct -

After hearing several conflicting the Callahan situation. _____ t _. S
versions of the Callahan.marking Markers will be moved nearer .

situation, the Telegraph decided to the intersection or placed actually A small 301 marker placed on this traffic light would work wonders in helping _

conduct its own. investigation and at the Intersection, if motorb.ts find their way through Callahan. Starke business men would do well to '- _

-as shown by the accompanying I possible. Mickler said. And make such arrangements, if possible.! :
photographs the situation is i I the distance to Starke will'be ,
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reported. When road work is finished taken only about one car in 201' that the signs were evidently taken -I The only "-.% I

North of Callahan U. S. 301 and markers that will be entirely seemed to be turning right onto '! down during road constructionwork I road department s._. .- .

U. S. 1 merge so that motorists adequate will be erected l1ck- 301 at the proper place. and had not been replaced. obscurely several -- ''--' -'.-_- ..

coming Into Florida on these two I I ler said.There Operators of service stations at Although the road work is still north of the Polaroid 1-Minuta Photos by 't'h-. Telegraph- I

great arteries of traffic travel the the intersection readily admittedthe in progress, he saw no reason why back from the
same road as they approach Calla is nothing absolutely absence of markers caused temporary markers could not and' 'photo at right. an effort to help the situa- I lieve that the traveling public deserves -

han In an almost bumper-to-bump- nothing...r. in the way of a sign or endless confusion. should not be erected for the con- I It is doubtful if the Florida 301 Association better treatment than this,
er flow. At the important intersection a highway marker at this inter- "Some of 'em tu-n around and venience of the traveling public.In a hundred having I ( erected the larger sign seen at and that visitors to the state havea

shown at right U. S. 1 L section to guide the befuddled come back after they find they're fact, there are such markers at on the fast-moving I I I right in the photo but II right to expect highway markers

continues straight into Jackson motorist. Most of them, unaware wrong but others go right on into I the present time to guide motor- fie through I as it is, close to the ground that can be followed with the min-

ville, while 301 makes a right angle of 3013 right 'angle turn,. simply Jacksonville," one of the gas men i i I ists approaching the intersection marker at all. It behind the other collection of I.I imum of inconvenience and delay.
turn to Baldwin. follow the flow of traffic on U. S. said. He observed that the inter- from the south on U. S. 1. thing that he I it is of little help. I Nothing is quite as distressingto
we are interested in a motorist as to take the wrong
road.. It's bad enough when he has
Starke and other
only himself to blame. But in this
K ; 301 get their rightful amount particular case we believe that all

BRADFORD COUNTY LLLbK travel but that is not our sole [complaints are justified. Something -

in pointing out this inade I should be done to remedy the
system of marking. We be- situation .- and NOW!

Official County Publication Established In 1879 I

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t Bastedo To Head Up Construction Band Will Play Tornadoes Defeat New Smyrna ; city petition clerk. from neighboring I i,j what The the setting meter up costs of a the zoning city.board,

At HomecomingIn owners condemned an old was discussed briefly with thought

Of New Ilmenite Plant At Lawtey GainesvilleHundreds of Bradford Countianswill Play Macclenny There October and on unsafe.South the cluttered-up Street Another as petition unsani-condi- given Chairman board.to possible James members Lewis announced of sucha -

of a place the old
flock to Gainesville this week- on Blanding I that 'garbage service had been
C. J, Bastedo will head up construction end to enjoy festivities in connec- I The BHS Tornadoes chalked upa The. Council instructed the I extended north, south, east and

of the new Highland tion with the annual homecoming 13-0 score against New Smyrna Gainesville.'l attorney to contact the own- west on the main highways to the
'Plant 'for mining ilmenite near I celebration. Beach there last Friday night to concerned about remedying the new city limits and that the city

Lawtey. The announcement was The BHS Band will be one of bring their record up to two wins 1st downs was in the process of extending

made by J. P. Wood, vice president 'the many musical units taking and two losses. Lavon fcewis scor- Yards'rushing Council decided to start service to all newly annexed areas.

of Humpherys Gold Corpora- part in the traditional parade at ed from 5 yards out and DeWayne Yards lost water meter installation He said that the city light superintendent -

tion.t This plant will be the :,41-I I 2 p.m. Friday afternoon, and the Elder scored on a quarterbacksneak Passes attempted I This came after a com : had been instructed to

third that Bastedo has built for band will also have a part on the to bring victory to Bradford Passes completed study of what other cities' start extending electrical lines

:Humphreys Gold Corporation. He Gator Growl program Friday High. I Yards passing charging for water meter in- north and south on U. S. 301.
was m charge of construction The low score of last Punts
I night. Friday'sgame It was decided that the. Councilmen were on their
p work for the Humphreys1 Jacksonville The festivities doesn't accurately reflect i j Punting an-rage ] way
Homecoming vf\\\] est figure for other cities home 10 o'clock
by unusually
how Punt returns I an -
planj} }n J043.-44, and In 4 reach a climax in the U of F-LSU badly the Tornadoes outplayed -1
WI8 he moved to Keystone football the New Smyrna Beach Bar- !I Kickoffs [ be' used in St rke. The early hour for a Council meeting -
,.;- game
Heights and served as plant '; racudas. Besides the two touch I Average distance I will amount to just about I :'to break up.

-'superintendent< in charge of. .the downs,' the Tornadoes drove. within -I I kkoff.r. -* .
Trail Ridge, plant east .of' Starke. Youthful the 10-yard line four other I Fumblf'S' '
He with now moves to his:third plant Forgers'Are times, but.lacked the necessary I I Fumbles lost!! Program! Must Be ordinated r i
the title of Construction ,I punch: to go across the goal line.A .
Superintendent.Mr. Tornado fumble I Yds. lost p4>na.liti
Bastedo is a native of Sentenced touchdown drive and stopped on the three one I Xet yardage Be Effective \Workers DeclareWarfarin

Michigan and has been with the ; other occasions the Barracudaline I I ,
organization for 19 rose: up and refused to let: v'\rd line.
years. During this time he has ",b A trio of youthful check forgers BHS score. to the 9 yard Countians are expect- for rat poison contains

/ had extensive experience in min- ._,-.. were sentenced to three years ai The two teams played under I J-'atray bulled his to make the Pied Piper look !such a small percentage of the

ing, including six years in Mon- C. J. Bastedo hard labor by Circuit Judge G. L. ideal conditions dry field anda [ '!Quarterback : a piker next month when the.[ poison that larger animals would

tana and California mining gold. Patten last week. Along with the warm night-but the Barra I the score'and "Rat Banquet" gets under have to eat considerable quantities

and one year in Oregon mining of Commerce and Chief of Key:, sentences, Judge Patten recommended cudas showed no offense, gaining tra point. ."The rats are not to be lured I of it over a long period of

chrome ore.Active stone's active Volunteer Fire De, that they be -allowed, to lust a total of 9 yards from rush New Smyrna of the county with pipes, as I time to be affected:, Rats have to
In community* life partment. He currently is head' serve their sentences at the pallachee ing. They fumbled four times passes in the I the legendary hero from Ham- eat it over a period of at least
Bastedo is a member of the Correctional Institute a | but instead, will five
Key ing a drive of the fire department with a Tornado grabbing each and marched they 4ie a days.
stone Heights Rotary Club president to purchase a modern, fully: prison for first offenders. one. and from two nf th..,.. yard line to the death due to partaking of Therefore, persons participatingin
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of the Earl Hoyt Martin, 17 Earl
Keystone Chamber "Rat Banquet" entree War-
& equipped fire truck. fumbles the locals scored. i the only serious I the "Rat Banquet" next month
Scott Hicks 18, .and Marshall .
,The Tornado defense era urged to fret a large enough
Red Pcott, 18, all of Starke, had great. night. When the !
Cross Meeting j entered Not until two minutes before the Tornadoes had I is a comparatively I supply of Warfarin to last for at
Johns guilty pleas to
Motorcade forgery
game 'ended did BHS allow New na Beach back to : type rat poison containing least 10 days. The Warfarin to
charges when arraigned beforeu4e -
Set For TuesdayNew Smyrna to make a first down. yard line. an agent that causes I be used locally will consist of a
Patten on Oct. 1, but sentencing bleeding. Dr.. Karl
Their two first downs came on Paul mixture of Warfarin and whole-
Attends was deferred until a pre- Next week's I ]; of the University of Wiscon'
FairA two
officers completed short passes. the grain yellow corn meal, with a
will be elected and sentence investigation of th? Macclenny
discovered dicoumrin when I'
committee Coach Hobbs had the defense set dash of charcoal to discolor it.
chairmen named at the boys' records (if any) could be game is : was investigating the
in It
annual up those last two minutes to be packaged in two and
meeting of, the Bradford made by the Parole Commission. and their newly
I deaths
County Red lengthy mr to v de. estimated take care of long passes but to i a farmer's cattle.! five-pound bags and placed on
Cross slated
to be
held in the Chapter to be at 172 cars, comprised of friends The pre'sentence investigation is a let New Smyrna have the short trouble was located in some sale at various grocery stores
Church St. health center on fmm 11 count! *'. accompaniedActing fairly rrcent innovation in local passes. The I I clover hay that contained I around the county. The names of

4 p. m. Tuesday Oct. 27. at Governor Charley E. Johnsto .court' procedure and allows the The Tornadoes started movingat is beginning to anti-coagulant chemical later, the stores will be announced later.

All t the Tri-County Fair at Callahan sentencing judge to become familiar the start of the game. their tween the two dicoumarin. I Warfarin will be supplied to
persons who contributed $1 with the background and game is in store
or more to the Wednesday afternoon. r.ffence in high stride. But afte chemical causes such a I banqueteers at cost 30 cents a
Red Cross this Th*>*motorca V "ny previous criminal record of Thursday death that Is ,
year are considered formed here in starting on their own 26 yard the cattle pound. A five-pound bag rec-
members t the
the chapter of the moTiine! :: aiicl was headed bv I person being sentenced. tine and moving to New Smyrna's Tornadoes ]L had eaten the spQiled hay commended for the average farm.
attend this meeting.are invited to. the ActIng Governor who arrived ;';I There were four counts two 20, Strickland had to punt and Tech in Bradford 1 I (.! eating, even as they The purpose of "Rat Banquet"is
about noon from Tallaha..o teach I of uttering a forgery ana the score dying. From the discovery to
see. The j''two Barracudas fumbled on their was not to get everyone cooperate
decorated cars bore signs with each of forgery; against own 12 yard line with the Tornadoes time. The game : I dicoumarin came Warfarin, in a county-wide effort to rid
,Masons To Meet messages of admiration and en- .j Unswered, both Martin, and Hicks. Scott recovering. Pat Bowers got Thursday to ': rodent poison. I I the county of rats once and for all.

Bradford "<>ura? ment for "Charley". Additional !I to one count that of off for 7 yards inside his own Gator Growl in The recommended mixture of (Continued on page eight)
Lodge No. 35 F&AM ; 'orgery.;
units of the motorcade right end, and Lavon Lewis went -
will hold their regular meeting i i Martin, Scott and Hicks. along
were nicked un at Baldwin where ia ver for the first touchdown
Monday Oct. 26, at 7:30 p.m. in Duval County delegafion ''with! a juvenile, were picked UPI j
the Masonic was running final 5 yards, inside
Temple. 'by the sheriff's office several'I
waiting. (; | his own left end. DeWayne Elder's
Bradford Lodge Degree {weeks aeo on charges of forging::
As featured i
speaker at the fair try for extra point was blocked
team composed of Ben Rowland, event Governor Johns "threwaway" |'and cashing a 'total of $144.27 in 1 by Daniels of New Smvrna.

Robert Barksdale Charles Fields, his prepared speech and addressed checks on local residents. The'i i, At this point it looked like a
uvenile! a boy, has since been' !
Gene Long. Cecil Sewell. Robert most of his remarks "to Tornado rout, but the Barracudas
committed to the Marianna reform
the old people listening to me" I held BHS to a 6-0 lead until four
Green and
Austin Fender will put He school by County Judge T
asked them
advise him bV I. I minutes before the game ended.
on the Master A.. Yawn.
Degree Work. letter.
any social service The locals drove to New Smyrna's
Refreshments be served. All I! worker for thy State Welfare 12 yard line before the first quart

Master Masons are invited to at Board! "insults you like they haven Bond Sales Here pro ended but a Tornado fumblewas

tend.'TELEGRAPHS'. be, doing and believe me I'll recovered by the Barracudas.The .

straighten things out." Well Ahead of '57) Barracudas did not get ; ri

The Bradford High School Band ')"st their own 40 yard line until p -- '- '; -

which went uo with the motorcade I after the Tornadoes scored their
played "Hail to The people of Bradford County :
the Chief final touchdown which was seta
as Johns was introduced by Senator bought $4.931 worth of Seri*>a up by another Barracuda fumble, -
JO\'iaI George Hugging Jack : Edwin G. Fraser of Macclenny. E&H U. S. Savings Bonds during I -Af'OVerpd by BHS on the NSB 14 4 .
Trawick and Dorothy Ross I September, according- to figures .. ,: "
: In his prepared part of his ad- j :c.
hud '$ Governor -! pointed out I Safety Council
planning mayhem for the I j how teamwork could be employedto 1: Defense Bond Chairman for Brad- I L

county "rat population bring new industries to Florida i jford County This brines' "the !L Officers Named S

-Duck for )' Linsln getting ready I, and pledged ,his efforts toward :amount for the year to date in !!| I Sacks of early pecans covered most of the Starke market platform when a surprisingly Pecan buyer leans over to inspect nuts as B. B.

at his Santa emporium Claus (.already yet!) i this end. |I Bradford County 'to '$57,400. This i!i The nominating committee of large volume turned up for the opening sale. Quality was poor becauhe of Aharez. assistant director of State Market' (holding
I the newly organized Bradford recent almost continuous rains but will improve as nuts dry out. Yield' is reportedhea'ier
of Starke
Sarge" Suslow compares with $39,447 'for the'I salefcbook) and M. K. Judd manager
holding forth in
Building PermitsIn i I County Safety Council met re- this season than last.
a local tonsorial parlor trying ( I I first nine months of 1952, Mr.t' "ntlv) for the election of officers I market prepare to make sale.
to get a reduction In the priceof The Doldrums o.I : Sewell. said.. '
haircuts J and appointment of direc- It is the belief of most of the Stewarts, 643 pounds, avg. 15c.
\VainwriKht. Mayor J. R. I For the state as a whole the tor!'!. j Volume Poor At First trade that better prices will be Schly' brought the high averageof
taking It all In Building has slowed down considerably i Large Quality
I i Officers elected Pat Mi-
from a redlining September sales were $4,067,445, a paid as the nuts become drier and the day 17c but only 320
position In the in Starke indicated I 1pr. president T. H. Cirev
I as
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0 of better of this offerecLMahans
barber chair as he I gain of 12.? per cent over last pounds variety was
was being I by City Hall records of building vice president: Harold Hazelwood I j Average prices paid for leading were second high with an
de-wUskerrd County Clerk I{ September and brings the state Pecan Auction On Starke MarketIn
Charles Darby, reminiscing In permits Issued during September total for 9 months exclusive of an 2nd" vice ores'dent: Mrs. Marian }I varieties at the opening sale were: average of 16c for 252 pounds.
n'e. secretary and
; Jerry Gay. Makers
Sheriff P. D. and October. I 4 Money 6.257 pounds Tesh were the low-ranking
office I Armed Service and Civil Service treasurer.
a'k In 1925and1; I a surprisingly heavy quality nuts offered, with buyers sold. avg. 15c; variety bringing only 7c for the
construction responseto
so Permits for major
on employes credit of $3.237,204 to i Appointed to serve as directorsere \ Seedlings 4,176 pounds, avg. 487 pounds offered.
Betty Ann Phillips I' the opening pecan auction sale undoubtedly making allowance for
ket'pine .
items issued to Ben Hall for !
a typewriter Jumping were : $39,990.303 a gain of 45 1-2 percent I \\ ; Albert Lee, Jim Vickers. at the Starke State Farmers surplus weight due to dampness. 14 1-2c; Fales at the Starke market will

her desk in County Judge T. on A.I construction of 'a Shell service over the same period last: Morton 'Alpren, E. L. Matthews. Market on Thursday, Oct. 15, Although a good number of buyers CUrtis 3,226 pounds, avg. I continue on Thursday of each

Yawn's office and bustling MarIan station on W. Madison St at a cost year Mr. Sewell added. I Freeman Register, Jr., and Audrey growers in this area disposed of showed interest by being on 15 Success 1-3c; 3,145 week throughout the season.
Crosby!! going about her of 112,000; Edwin Williams $1,500I ) He further stated that sales in I Newman. :23,874 pounds of nuts for a gross I hand to look the situation over. 12 1-3c; avg I Quality is expected to improveas
work in her efficient return of 332190. bidding was slow with an evident soon as the early nuts,
way at the residence on Thomas St. and I Florida far this next I manyof
; so year already The meeting of the Safety I Randall
I 1,596 8c
Prices to wait for better quality pounds avg. :
County Clerk's office. I at the opening sale weredescried tendency which were blown from trees,
Starke Builders Supply, $1.500 I exceed purchases for the full 12! Council is scheduled for Oct. 26
; as disappointing, but and the more popular varietiesto Vandemon 1,327 pounds avg. some before maturity, are out of
lumber shed. months of 1952. j in the U. S. O. building. could have been the result of poor be offered later. 14 1-2c; the way.


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, ..........' BRADFORD COUNTY i
FRIDAY.. OCTOBER -99f. -.. 1D5..,.- -g

BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L. MATTHEWS TTTTYTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTi Thursday were exceptionally good.I his class mates. I He plans to be a truck driver I YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-

A new filmstrip, "The Hawaiian Mrs. Betty.Jean May was sick when he grows up. I. brook purser-size fountain pens In
,- EDITOR HAMPTONby Islands,Its Products and People on Monday of this week and Rev I Bernie McGee and Percy Sullivan pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Bradford
NF has been received. We are using it R. 'C. Gray took her place in the went to Jacksonville Sun-, County Telegraph.For .
t VIEWPOINT in connection
" TELEGRAPH PUBLISHER Mrs. Wm. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUAi social studies.with geography and I I second and third grades. We wish I day. Walter 'Rhoden was in I
'" a speedy recovery. Gainesville Sunday afternoon.
< Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. George Eighth Grade Personalities Elbert Hersey helped his father(

OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD The Hampton Home Demonstration Williams were hostesses at a Melvin Eiland is the son of kill a beef last Saturday. They,

Club is birthday party for Mrs. Williams'son Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Eiland. He have put it in the freeze. If
Florida having food deep j
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, under a I
Sale and Cake Walk on Saturday Howell, last Friday. Lunch was born in Mississippi but moved Elbert will invite us home with i
\ the Aet of March 3,1879.
evening Oct. 24. Funds will go was served in the library where to Hampton several years ago him for a steak dinner that will i I
to help pay for our kitchen the tables were attractively decorated and lives with his parents, two!':be real news. ,
We will expect our townsmen to with crepe paper and flow- brothers and a sister, Marylm,I I Delores Cloversettle, one of our t]

cooperate by coming. Ladies ers. The 'birthday cake was top- who is a student m Bradford High i]I II sixth grade pupils, spent last Sunday

I; Wisconsin Calls// The Shot bring a 'pie or cake as everyonewill !ed with thirteen,pink candles and School. Melvin is five feet eight I in St. Petersburg and Tampa. Gainesville Production
be welcome to use our stove each member of the eighth grade Inches tall, weighs 110 pounds, I
I Credit Association
when they have their parties and received a generous serving of I is a member of the First Baptist The seventh grade has made
;'\ The Republican Party has been the hand certain business men in the same year was showers. cake and ice cream. 'Howell received -: Church of Hampton which he attends i I a desert scene on their sand table. 620 X. Main St.

writing on the wall and already indicationsare over a billion dollars more than twice as i Mrs. Jessie Chastain and sister a shirt from his mother regularly. He likes to play I This was in connection with the Gainesville, Florida

that it will heed the message. much as the farmers got. Mrs. Wesley Andrews of and an assortment of candy from football and dislikes raking ;yards. 'I study in science.

The GOP leaders know now that they can't Mr Pekrson also"pointed out that Secretary Starke were in Gainesville Thurs .

abandon farmers to sink or' swim in a "free of the Treasury George Humphrey's [day.Mr.

economy" while industry is coddled with pro companies received over 22 million dollars in and Mrs. Francis Trottier .

tective tariffs and labor can fight its own tax subsidies just a few weeks before he en- and sisters, Mrs. Bertha Mul I i

battles through its mighty unions.A tered the cabinet, when the Hanna Coal & lens and Mrs. Eva Johnson of remember when
Detroit Here are two points to you buy a new car 0
are spending sometimeat
few weeks ago Mr. Ezra Taft Benson, Ore Co., which, he owned, got a seventy-five
their farm here.
the Secretary of Agriculture, had nothing per cent tax depreciation on a huge ore in- .
more helpfu to suggest than that farmers vestment, and another seventy per cent Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins

should become "more efficient" if they wantto write-off on a nickel plant. spent Thursday in Adel and Tif- fI I
I ton, Ga.
survive in today's cutthroat economy. The airlines are paid huge subsidies by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaskins BUYR'BENEFIT $

Price supports, said Mr. Benson, were strict Postmaster General Summerfield; ranging and sons, Tommy, and Jimmy of I nA'rnIPr

ly for emergencies only as if the current between seventy and ninety million dollars Palatka spent the weekend with I Y 'JI U AR

price squeeze in which the hapless farmer is annually, and it is common knowledge that 'Mrs. Gaskins mother Mrs. Ena

caught was not an emergency! shiplines are subsidized: to the tune of thirty Nazworth and family.Mr. .

Today, Mr. Benson is singing a different million dollars annually, and were given ships and Mrs. Jimmy McMahone
tune. He has even managed to throw drown- dirt cheap at'the end of the war. of Fort Myers spent several days I AJ

ing farmers a straw of hope in the announcement ,Even doctors get a subsidy, points out last week at the M. L. Watter- !I thA :tnllndA t
that the administration has not Pearson, despite the fact that the American son home. r'A

"abandoned" them. In his speech before the Medical Association operates the second Mrs. W. H. Maxwell was a a U J .I U

national FFA convention in Kansas City.last highest paid lobby in Washington to prevent business caller in Jacksonville ..

week he.even. benignly hinted that some formof so-called "socialized medicine". This annual Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gilder and
price supports may be in the offing. subsidy runs around thirty million dollars son of Camp Blanding spent Sun- __

The reason for Mr. Benson's' sudden rever- and goes for research. day afternoon with the W. N. __

sal of form? Another juicy subsidy to business, under Jacksons.

Well, it seems there was a little matter of the Republican administration, is ,the sale Master Wayne Jackson of .* .

an election in Wisconsin. of government property to private businessfor Gainesville spent the weekend :. .<

The Ninth Wisconsin Congressional District a song. U. S.1 Steel, says Pearson, purchased with grandparents, Mr and Mrs. '':,,of ",..'.._. ,_.4" ,,.,

gave President Eisenhower a handsome a government plant in Utah for less W. N. Jackson. wr '" The thrilling "Tw..T.." 4-doer ...,..
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lattimerof With 3 great r.w MHM, OrarreM off.flthe
vote of two to one last November. In fact, than fifty million, although the governmentpaid widest choice of nad.li i. its field.
it had never gone anything but Republican almost 200 million for the plant which Starke called. on Mr. and Mrs.

until last week. On October 13 it elected private industry refused to build. Similar Ralph. Pearsall.Mr. and Mrs. James Barwickof Itl I

a Democrat to Congress by a majority of give-aways of the ''government's rubber High Springs visited their I IIhft1lrfiI fttuuaVIUUJI PRICES

four to three and the campaign issue was plants were made to private industry. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bar-, .
mainly one of farm policy, since Wisconsin's These ate just a few of the subsidies that wick Sunday.Mr. .

Ninth is a predominantly farming area.. farmers see being spent on private businessand and Mrs. Leland Beden- -

These farmers like others throughout the cause them to wonder why they shouldbe baugh and sister, Miss Ruby Bed- ,

Nation, had seen farm prices drop on an singled out to "go it alone" in a free enbaugh spent the weekend with r -
world their .son, Olin Bedenbaugh antifamily / p
of thirteen since the Republican economy.
average per cent ". when you're watching fields at Deland. I' I A A 4 6 Look at Chevrolet! You'll see that it brings you otg-caz styling,
administration took while the your /
prices of artIcles the farmer over buys have declined burn up, your cattle stagger for lack of water Miss Louise Adkins has been J fd / / / II I IJ I! f smoothly; rounded Fisher Body beauty, and a rich, roomy, color
barley decimated entertaining Tonsilitis. d / r / / G III ful inferior with Safety Plate_ Glass all around in sedans
only four per cent. army worms, and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richardof G / G W coupes. Features ordinarily found only m higher-priced cars.
To make matters the squeeze-hit your soy perforated by 17-year-locusts, Arcadia spent the weekend
worse don't feel Drive a Chevrolet! You'll be equally impressed by the out
farmers weren't even getting a sympatheticpat you very high on the totem pole with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. pick-up and power as well as the smoothness and quiet-
on the back out of Washington. Mr. says Drew Pearson. G. Adkins, Mrs. Richard remained .of any /line,, in its field'ness! of its advanced high-compression Valve-in-Head! engine.
The time has come for Mr. Benson and for two weeks. Mr. Rich-
Benson liked to talk about "more
efficiency"and Test Chevrolefs handling-ease and riding-ease! You'll find that
"go it alone in a free world economy", free-economy boys to advance some more ard will join her this weekendand this car alone combines the greater comfort and convenience of
specific remedy for the farmer's ills than spend next week here.
but as for the New Deal measures that rescued Powerglide automatic driving Power Steering and the Knee-
their recommendations of "more Mrs. Calvin Richard spent
the American farmer from threatened efficiency". of Jumbo-Drum .
a Action Ride-just as it alone gives the protection
Not that have Tuesday at Daytona.Mr.
we anything against effi- --- .
in 1932 in Chevrolet's field.
peasantry they were strictly ciency we're all for it and Mrs. Wilson Beden- Brakes, largest ,
"creeping socialism" -"or so said the. Ben- the farm has efficiency on baugh were in Palatka Sunday.Mrs. ., And here's the best news of all. Chevrolet offers all these fine-
bad habit of
a yielding to .
sonites. at the/owes' prices and with exceptional
flood Lois Green of Jacksonvilleis .. car advantages economy.
drought, insects
and diseases.
In fact, the Secretary of Agriculture got. "The day seems past observes the visiting her sister, Mrs. Vernon Come in, see and drive this car, at your earliest convenience!
con Slade and mother, Mrs. Fannie
off to a bad start right at the beginning by1
servative Florida Powerglide automatic trarumluion
Times'-Union, "when the Meads. 'Optional at extra cost. Combination of
hiring as' his right- and man one of the administration can get by with vague state Friends of Mrs. Jerry Dyal MORE PZOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS. and 115-h,p. "Blue-Flame" engine available on 'Two-Ten"and Btl Air
farmers' bitterest critics Jack DavisJ ments that the farm THAN ANY OTHER CAR! models. Power Steering available on all models.
problem is being gave her a stork shower Satur-
author of little book entitled
a "American;
'vigorously attacked' and that changes in day evening in the Community I
Farmer: Top man ,on. the Economic Totem'Pole" basic farm legislation will be made after Center. She received many beauti-
Inspiration for the book was Mr. 'thorough ful gifts. Refreshments
probings into fundamentals'. were .
Davis' intense dislike'of the New Deal farm TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
Farmers want the administration to begin served to 22. Mrs. Dyal was for

program that brought farmers out of the spelling out its program for the sake of immediate merly :Miss Janell Alvarez of

economic quagmire of 1932. As for so-called effects and long-range planning." Starke. PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETS
"farm subsidies" he's agin 'em. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammondand
Yes the Republicans have seen the
But, as is pointed dut" by Drew Pearson handwriting on the wall. They must now daughter, Willow Ruth, were
Sunday guests of their son, and
a perusal qf the national budget would have eat their fine phrases about "creeping daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ,

shown Mr. Davis that the farmer is far from socialism" and adopt their own version of a John E. Hammond on Crystal'

being "top man" on the economic totem pole. New Deal farm program or advance some Lake.

For instance, the budget shows that the better cure for the ailments of agriculture. \V. M. U. \

subsidy paid to farmers in 1952 was 463 They can no longer get by with high-flown The W. M. U. met in the homeof

million dollars while the subsidy paid to generalities. The day of reckoning is here.ielerfsion Mrs. R. C. Gray with Mrs. S.
Florrie B. Brown as co-hostess. II

There were 19 present. Mrs. Betty

a,, '- 1 jr Durling had charge of the pro-
gram. The topic was "A Sinful
world-A Sufficient Savior." The

.. 'To SHEPHERDS meeting was closed with prayer I
,, by Mrs. Janie Hicks. The hostes- II I
sess served delicious refreshments.

.. .-. SCHOOL NEWS MWIR1tSpggf
r,.+ Co There were sixty-two of our
pupils and four teachers in a religious -
.. ,
r service last Sunday.The .
f TlgEb
appearance of the campus

See Nevr has been greatly improved sinceMr. I .
r Bedenbaugh cut the grass.
I The sandspurs seem to be some-
1 I what diminished.The (flJ&TS LESS

eighth grade English class -
1 has made a study of the maga-

''R. zines in our library. There are 4.
fourteen different
available to the students.The TO BUY :-
football game between
Brooker and Hampton has been '
-5 ways finer for '53 cancelled by Brooker school. Since -
Howell Williams was having, a .

birthday Mrs. Perkins gave the s
I eighth grade boys a new footballbut : .
she threatened to take it '
.I nnnruts back to the store because some of TO OPERATE -
r uo \
I !IN 1t11tl! '6lifillpih,, the boys began playing footballin
'".. the room and one of them re-
.t I. Improved "Magic Menitgr"circuit ceived a smacking blow on the Than
other kind of heat
1 i f! system screens out static, steps up head. Such is life. She finally > / any
.'. power.tU bat sound to clearestpicture
forgave them and now everyoneis
i' -08 ouforoficollylt
t happy. ,
t 2. Improved "'Dee, Image" picture Mrs. Ola M. Perkns attendedthe _ + a -m 7E' D---
.... ; tube-electron beam has been refined Con-
t I Elementary Principal's
t to micro-sharpness fox.liner.doepiatGge ,
I sutlAlllW' ference in Gainesville last Thurs- 1
.., l R!TAIL pictures. I
-- t i dllhsl day. Rev. R. C. Gray acted as
3. New".,.Gillance receptta steps substitute. We liked him
q = up picture performance and soundMmJtMty. much. very :&, 2 MI Dearborn Area Heat introduces a new concept in

..r. w,. /U There were 406 meals served in %% ,

4. New artontatk UHF-VHF tint the lunchroom last week:' The I'I'L real comfort and more enjoyable living. It lets you
,. can receive al stations In any area hamburgers and mustard on i us about Dearborn .
17"WayneHere'* the lowestpriced Has twice the sensitivity of many other

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Lana Turner StarsIn YYVVVVVVVVYYYVYYVVYVYYYY grounds. Tampa. I Mrs. Kirby were Mr. and Mrs.1I I II

The dinner at the Woman's Mrs..Altman has returned from Harold '
Crews Mr. and Mrs. Jim- "
Lovers'At : : : "
'Latin _
Keystone' Heightsby .Club is in charge of Mrs. C. E. Norfolk, Va. where she visited her my Crosby Mr. and Mrs. J. R. -

Florida Theatre, Mitchell, Mrs. Ernest Fox, Mrs. son.Mr. Kelly, Mrs. Beulah Kelly, Mr. and
Mrs. Sara McDonald I I,}t. M. Sargent, Mrs. Snellen Mrs. and Mrs. Dwyer are back Mrs. H. B. Kelly and children, FOOD BARGAINS

Romance, music, and dances in Brault and Mrs. Betts. Every- from their vacation in Connecticut. Mrs. Floyd "Crosby and children,

Latin rhythm are all combined in LAAAALLALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHallowe'en body is invited. : Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby' and

"Latin Lovers", the new filmshowing Carnival Safety Program Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wolfe are children, Mrs. Freddie Watterson,

: at the Florida Theatre The Annual PTA Carnival will State Trooper Frank Eskridge the happy parents of a baby girl, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Crosby and

this Sunday and Monday. The be held this year on Friday. Oct. presented outstanding programon born last. Saturday. children and Sherman Crosby. Mr. IN EVERY DEPT.

plot set against a background of 30. A ,ham dinner will be served highway safety at the luncheon Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Haskins and Mrs. Crosby and Mrs. Wat-

Brazil and its polo-playing set, at the Woman's Club from 5:30 I meeting of the Rotary Club last were up from Ocala visiting with erson accompanied Mrs. Kirby

tells the story of a beautiful till 7 p.m. Dinner will be $1 for :Friday. After a forceful talk on their daughter, Mrs. Robt. Jack- and children to the Jacksonvilleair

American girl who has a hard adults and 50c for children. At the subject Trooper Eskridge son.Mr. base.

time finding out whether millions 7 pjn. the parade will start at the showed a movie which brought an and Mrs. R. R. Reynoldsof Mrs. .O. E. prosby and Mrs. COME AND GET

and matrimony will mix. school house when the children impressive message on the follyof Huntington W. Va. are spending Freddie Watterson attended a ,

Miss Turner, cast u one of the will compete for prizes for their "taking a chance" while driv- a few days with Mr. and Mrs.S. shower honoring Mrs. Charlie

1 richest girls in the world, refuses costumes. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. ing. The Rotarians were glad to E. McKay. Mrs. Reynolds is Cowen Monday evening'at Starke.

f to marry John Lund because he Prevatt will be in charge. Mrs. welcome back their song leader,I' Mr. McKay's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis and 'EM i!

l isn't forceful enough. Then whenin M C. Mitchell and Mrs. E. T. Col. John McDowall. who has We wish to correct an error in Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and

Brazil she falls in love with Martin are in charge of awardingthe been touring in Turkey and the I an item two weeks ago. Our children were visiting! relatives in

handsome Ricardo MontAlban, it prizes. Far East for several weeks. I attention was called to the fact Georgia last weekend.Mr. .

appears that he is a fortune hunt The children of each room will Mrs. Eula Walker came home i that in mentioning the shower and Mrs. L. C. Sapp and r I- -- -, .- -, ", -I-
er. last week after a stay of more given at the home of Miss Ger-
put on-some kind of program and i children, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp '
Lana is driven to a psychia- than two weeks in Riverside trude Houser for Miss Anne Wal- Limit 1 with $5.00 or More
and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Alvarez
there will be various booths and '
trist's couch in an effort to solve Hospital. rath, we omitted the names of the attended the birthday honoring Food Order

her problem of love versus money. amusements. 'Mrs. Leo Hill and John Barr is home on leave two co-hostessevs. They were Mrs. Aunt Sue Sapp in Gainesville. The Quantity Rights Reserved FAVORITE COFFEE

Montalban plays the handsome I Mrs. Jack Hill will have the Fishpond from the Navy. W. B. Neel and Mrs. S. E. McKay. occasion being Aunt Sue's 88th

Latin who sweeps the heiress off I; ; Mrs. Harold Donna will Mr. D. (Uncle Dave) Baker has birthday anniversary. We all wish Prices Good Thru Sat., Oct. 24 MAXWELL HOUSE

her feet, and John Lund, in the I have the Country Store; and Mrs. been spending a few days with CYYVYYYVVVVYYVYYVYYYYYVHIGHLAND her many more birthdays.Mrs. .
of the romantic his Mrs. Kennedy.Mrs. .
third corner daughter
and daughter -
Neel Waters and Mrs. Elmer Floyd Crosby
triangle, makes the'most of his Livingston, the candy. Cold drinks Messier has been in Jack- Mary Alyce, and Mrs. O. E. 1- LB
role as a man who can dominate sonville with her Mrs.
will be in charge of Mrs. W. R. Crosby were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Wall Street, but who is helplessin McElreath. for two three 152 Gall Slrec!
Thomas, Mrs. E. Glisson, and Mrs. By Mrs. Lacy Norman Cleveland Sullivan in Theressa VAC-PAC C
the hands of a lovely woman. weeks. She has been suffering
I M. L. Sibley. Mrs. W. L. Bunce Sunday afternoon and Mr. and

YOU'LL LOVE "the new Ester- will have the dart throwing booth. with an eye infection. ,LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAASunday Mrs. A. K. Douglas. Mr. Sullivan Starke, Florida CAN U

brook purse-size fountain pens Inpastel The Rotary and Lions Clubs will Mrs. Thos. Demery, a former school 9:45: a. m. each and Mr. Douglas are both recuperating -

shades. Only $2.37 at Brad- each have a booth. The R.E.A. resident of Keystone, stopped over Sunday. Worship service 11 a. m. after a serious illness. I .

ford County Telegraph. is contributing the lighting of the in town on her "way home from and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting H. B. and J. R. Kelly are trac- --. .--. ----- ".-,- .- c __-. ___.- '_ .
each Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. toring their farms. I think they

Teachers meeting each Saturday are preparing to plant pasture . '

7:30 p. m. grass. ': ': _-. '_. : n", -_- :, : _' -, -'.,
Rev. E. C. Harvey was in Jack-
Deluxe Model WA450a NOTICE TO APPEARIn Armour
sonville Friday attending to busi- Circuit Court. Bradford Coaaty, Astor Prune
Florida In Chancery.Parbara : #
ness.Those Shadd Plaintiff vs. Leon
attending the Associationat I Shadd Defe'1dant. Case Xo. 10-020
the Orange Street Baptist Notice To AppearsTo
: Leon Shadd whose last known TREET
church in Baldwin Wednesday and residence and address Is: 20th Air DICEQuart
Thursday were Zettie Padgett, Police Squadron. A,PO. 120 c/o Postmaster -
Ellen ; Mr. and Mrs. W. New York New York. ,
.. '.". .. ... Norman You are hereby notified that a
.. .!!"", C. Hardee, Tim Blackburn. Mau- suit for
4"..fj". :..-....-.-..-..=-......:...-......;.....-........--........ die Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Divorcehas Oz Can
been filed against you In the Jar

Deluxe .., ....................................it.......... Boone. Ruby Austin Lucille Starling above named Court and cause and 12 43C 24y'c
.. .
........................'......... of
... ... T. and are required to serve a copy
... ..-.......-..............-....-...... Ann Harvey, Shirley you
.-.,.."'.. --
... ..............
-..... -...... pleading to the
..._............ ..- your answer or
.... ... ...
-....... -..
.- .. .............. ....- .... Homer Smith.
.-.-.,.....-......................-................... complaint on the Plaintiff's
T E. Pease of St. Marys, Ga. Attorney J. Donald Gibson 22G
East Forsyth Street Jacksonville ..' .
1WA1k? ( .... .......... spent Monday here. Florida -'-' ,- ..- -. -- -- --- --- .,
'.' '..,, .T '';; Joe Marr is some better and is and file the original in the office of -
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
; still with his sister, Ollie Marr, or before the
2 day November, 1953; KIND TO HANDS
in Starke. !
tJ otherwise the allegations of said Large Box
.Raiford Manning of Jacksonville Complaint will be taken as confessed -

Wi? I TI1, !, ..-...!. ...., visited the Leonard Normanslast This by yo.notice shall be publishedonce
week. each week for four consecutive

U. J Francis Norman has gone to graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele-

Tin Chattahoochee to see her son, Dated this 30 day of September,

Will Norman, who is a patient.Mrs. (1953.OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby FAB-ULOUS FIB 17Y2CHunt's
E. C. Harvey was shoppingin Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I
f1IjEIi4r Jacksonville Sunday School Tuesday.Our building is 10/2 4t 10/23

going up, is almost ready for the In Circuit Court Bradford Counts,
roof and doors. We will be glad Florida la Chancery.:
I Violet E. Vans, :Michael -""
Plaintiff vs. -
,' .
it is ,a have
when completed as '
-" "
t ___ had to teach outside in the cold D. Vans Defendant.Case No. tO-OSO __ _",,: __' ._ _' : "., ;e t'_,_, '. : : ,. '_ _. : ', :.
Notice To Appear.To .
i:1' tor so many years. I : Michael D. Varis whose resi- Fruit Astor Vac-Pac
Edwin Griffis is spending at' dence and address-: 370 Columbus I
(f J. lflff few days here with friends and Avenue, New York N. Y.
: G t You are hereby notified hat a
relatives. He is now stationed at suit for

A PPLIANCES Fla.Phone' Fort Bragg, N. C. Divorcehas COCKTAil ,
229 been filed against you In the COFFEE
Calf St above named Court and cause and
tlsgt3l Your -W, DtALW l rrmTnm.nrnm.nmTBAYLISS you are required to serve a copy of
toy derQ FRANCHISE? your answer. or pleading to the
complaint on the Plaintiffs
fa HMAY\ Attorney Evan T. Evans 103
Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville No

and file the,origrnat Florida in the office of 19C Lb Can 1 SCt

by Mrs O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the:ir before Clerk the of the Ci'cuit Court on 3CI II I J

2 day of November 1953;

otherwise the allegations of said .. .
All-America favorite Church News Complaint by you. will be taken as confessed -, ," \,. -- _..'- ,- ,'. -_: --" '. :,' -'- ,'
The time for Training Union This notice shall oe published
has been changed from 7 p. m. to once each week for four consecutive
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- U. S. "GOOD" Eat-Rite
6:30: p. m. Church service has also rraph.
been set up to 7:30 p. m. Rev.C. Dated this 26 day of September,

ice-cold CokeCoke C. Black of Gainesville filled 1953.OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj Club, Sirloin or Round Lb
the pulpit Sunday morning and Clerk of the Circuit Court STEAK 69C
evening. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 102It Clerk 10/23

Don't forget Mid-week prayer I* Clrmdt ':;;Bradford c..atT,
adds its own sparkleto service each Wednesday night at Florida In ClLaat'prJ' U. S. "GOOD" Eat-Rite
7:30 and choir practice' each Elwyn Merle Batchelor, Plaintiff
the thrills of the game. ( Thursday night at 7:30. Everyone \Batchelor Mildred:: Defendant.Helen Viturale Terczyak
J is invited to attend all these Case No. 10-107 Pound ,
How you welcome the frosty bottle r services. Order Of Publication And Notice CHUCK ROAST 39Cu.
; 'IV .Appear State Of Florida Tot
when a pause in play gives :you ( .c rr ). Farewell Supper Mildred Helen Viturale Terczyak
i Batchelor, whose residence and addrEss -
a moment to relax with Coca-Cola.' Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby were is: 14 Coomes Street, Spring-
hosts at a lovely covered dish field You, Massachusetts: S. "GOOD" Eat-Rite
are required to appear on
supper honoring their daughter,, November 2, 1953. in the above nam-
Mrs. Betty Kirby, Friday evening, ed Court and cause wherein plain-

Mrs. Kirby left by plane for tiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order BEEf SHORT RIBS Pound 29C

i, rJ Frankfort, Germany to join her in Witness next four weekly issues.
mjr nand and official
husband, SFC Earl T. Kirby. seal
at Starke. Florida this October
Those who enjoyed the' affair 1. 1953.
rr with Mr. and Mrs. Crosby and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs HICKORY SWEET
Clerk of said Court
1 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
ee Charles P. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
BIdg.. Jacksonville. Florida. Pound

y rs
PRICES I IB Circuit Court. Bradford Count .
o Florida I. Chancery.:
FINEST QUALITY! Thomas Elton Forde Plaintiff, vs. -
M Mary Forde. Defendant.Case.
No Extra ChargeFor No. 10-122
a Notice To Appear.
Setting In Or Near To: Mary Forde, whose residenceand
address is: 1065 Pacific Street,
STARKEJ1 Brooklyn, New York.
i Your are hereby notlflea that a
suit for Divorce
c has been filed against you in the
above named Court and cause and
iPUNI I you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the complaint -
6n the PlaintiffAttornej
T. Frank Landrura. Starke Fla.
and file the original in the office or
Write For Free Folder the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Western I Canadian Western
I or before the 9 day of November,

ATLANTIC MEMORIALS.I IXC said 1953;Complaint otherwise,will the be allegations taken as con-of Golden Delicious j 3 McIntosh r
ESTABLISHED 1930 fessed by you. Red Delicious
This notice shall be publishedonce

P 71S,FOREST ST.JAOCSONYIllE. flORIDA graph.weeks each in the week Bradford for fOUl County consecutive Tele-! 2 lbs 45C 2 lbs 1QC F Ibs

(OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 7 day) Charles of October.A. Darby 1953 4 4 2. 39C

1 Clerk of the Circuit Court
r I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
I 10/9 4t 10>30


la Clrcalt l la Court.Chancery.Bradford: Ce.at1'Florida SWEET POTATOES Lbs

JUST ONE Julia Kostyal Kostyal Defendant., Plaintiff vs. Frank I 4 39C.

Case Xo. 10-1-1 I
FRIGIDAIREMade Notlee Te Appear.To .
: Frank Kostyal, whose residence -
only by General and address is: 3051 82nd St., .
Jackson Heights New York. .
Motors All .
Corp. other You suit are, hereby notified that a -. ", --- -, -,- -' --, ..-. .
for -
Electric Refrigerators are Divorce
made by other companiesand above has: been named filed Court against and you cause in and the Superbrand Ruso FrozenMARGARI

I IN cannot use the word you are required to serve a copy of
Pi your answer or pleading to tht
Frigidaire. complaint on the Plaintiff
: Attorney T. Frank Landrum, '
Starke Florida
/iI. and file the original la the officeof I STRAWBERRIES
3i- the Clerk of the Circuit Court
; en or before the
:- ? ? 9th day of November 1953;
otherwise the allegations of raid

THEN SEE Complaint by yon.will be taken': as. confessed Lb Ctn Cans

This notice shall be publishedonce 19C 7
IOTTUO UNDER AUTHOIIIV OF THE COCA-COU COMPANY IV each week for four consecutive 5 99C
E. H. SMITHTenth weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Dated this 6th day of October,

'"Ccli."i it a RViilefe4 rod -IIIGfk. 1953.THE COCA-COU COMPANY aad 1953. ', -, '"'" .. .,
Temple Are. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby j -- -
",, Starke Clerk of the Circuit Court. -
.!..+1 IIiIII" ...:; Fla. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
p- I 11/9 it 10/30

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,> r 11 Ann Walrath' Weds"Mr. Bowles Stork .Shower. Joyce Adele MooreTo was .able to come home from St. mons George Flynn Jr. Hazel

x', ce. c$ br F r"Mrs. Cowen Wed Saturday Luke's Hospital on 'Tuesday and and Jim Ritch, Billy Jackson

Judge and Mrs. JE. K.
Ed Shull came home_ Monday from Perryman,
Mrs. Charlie Cowen hon- Dot and Bill Powell Buddy and
was :Mrs. Joyce Adele Moore of Jack St. Vincent's both are confired
ored at a lovely stork shower LU Bishop, Nina Bishop Comer.
Monday evening at her home giv- sonyille, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. to their'respective homes and recuperating Perryman and Alyce and Bill.

en by Mrs. Ned Yancey, Mrs. Mer- Aubrey R. :Moore of Starke, andP. .. Leola Roberts and Graham ...

ca rill Edwards, Mrs. Jerry Gay, Mrs. Leon Thomas, Jr., son of Mr. Mary Lawson were hostesses to Carrie Ward is just returning

;. ', Gladys a Moot 1' ffl'"' .. a Essie Crosby and Mrs. :Marion and Mrs Percy L. Thomas of the Carol Choir of the Baptist to Starke after a pleasant

1 Phone 35'. : "-' r" : Payne. Jacksonville, will be married church at a Hallowe'en party and summer in Bronxville N. Y. ...
; Saturday afternoon, Oct. 24, at weiner Hear that
;';:- Lovely arrangements of gladioliand roast at the Lawson home. Johnny Kopelousos has
-- - \ il:; I zinnias were placed to ad- 2:30 o'cock in the Main Street here last Friday evening.. been accepted as a member of the

Woodman' Circle Garden Club .' vantage in the living room and :Baptist Chlurch. The Rev. J. R. Linda Huggins celebrated her 7th Air Force ROTC at Emory Uni-

dining room for the occasion. Appropriate White will officiate.No birthday Oct. 6 with a party for versity Nice to know that .
To Meet ..1.1.
Members To Attend Monday 1'" 4 4tblr games were played during invitations are being sent, 12 of her young friends ... Gayle' Richard Jackson has been promoted -

Starke will ? Y -' / '" the evening and prizes won but all friends of the couple, are Rowe who was 15 years old Oct.I to manager of purchasing !
The Garden Club
InstallationThere &':Sy: ', ', F by Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Mrs invited to attend.A 16 entertained a few friends at a at Suburban Propane Gas Corp.,
hold Its October
meeting Monday \" "" ".; Arch Thomas Jr. reception will be held immediately small party last Friday evening Whippany, N. J. .. Congratu- \
will not be a Woodm n'. evening at 7:30 o'clock "in the .. JiI'J'. _... ;:' l' lations ...
., -4,,, ..ow'0" ;:, .-.11 .. Following the games a buffet following the ceremony Norma Jean Adams has a
Circle meeting Oct. 27 at St Edward' parish house on Church street salad, course was served to the In the lower birthday today.. Lillian Pearson
preceded by the executive board Air. and Mrs. Bon lea greet guests at reception, following weddinglast auditorium of the Seems to be all for now ,
ball as previously ,achedi 2C'guests. church. had a birthday Oct. 21st; Stanley
Ie& as all members wilt attend meeting1 at,6:30: o'clock. Saturday, afternoon. j. Ji4 Clark and Wayne Kinney cele See you in the next .
', .Mrs. R. F..,Young.. president, has iJ TO &"''1., .1 ..."\. *:
the installation- Cahleavfleoa, .\ asked that all committees \\n. P Jf! brated on Oct. 17; P..M. Barefootwill I -carolyn
give reports
that date. Miss Ann Kaye Walrath, daughter Miss Linda Walker who also be 67 years old on Oct. 25;

Mrs.W1* Andrews.will be natalling.officer for their plans for the year'swork I of Mr. and' Mrs. Frank M. wore ivory taffeta and carried y Markleyann Johns will celebrate Beta Sigma Phi

and Mrs. Ital Vftl- at this, meeting. During the: Walrath, Jr.,of Keystone Heights white bouquets. her birthday tomorrow (Saturday)

con installing attendant. Other program. Mrs.' Ruby Johns will and Robert Louis Bowles, son of Mrs. Walrath mother of the and Judge Perryman will cele- The Beta Sigma Phi I
give a talk on hibiscus culture. sorority
members from'*this- Grove will Mr. and Mrs. Leo L. Bowles of bride wore slate blue taffeta and C brate his on the 24th ... Lois ':;
Any members wishing to have will vhold its bimonthly meeting
serve on the J p tea n1 '- ,, Jacksonville were married last her corsage was of pink carna- Perryman has her birthday'on the
their hibiscus plants identified $ 25th and they'll celebrate attending : Monday evening at 8 o'clock at
All members attend Saturday afternoon,at 5:30: o'clockin by
the District convention In Live may bring ,blossom. of their St Patrick's Catholic Church. !tions.Mrs/ Bow e'S/ mother of the: You'd think it 'was spring:with from the lake on the old Blandingroad the Homecoming game at the home of Evelyn Newsome

Oak, Nov. 12,-please contact.Mrs.: I bush to the meeting.' Gainesville. The 'Rev. Father bridegroom wore rose chiffon with the gardenias blooming (which is and almost ran over a coral U. of F. guess that's'where with Hazel Green as cohostess.
; i Hostesses for the evening will I most unusual this time of the most of the Starkeites will be"
May Jaudon. Transportation Turnier of St. Edward's Church a corsage of white gardenias. snake in the road, and back
be, ..Mrs. Maxie Carter chairman year), and new houses sproutingup going this weekend, either attending the
Grove 278. Starke the
be furnished by read the vows. Following ceremony a reception -
Mrs. R. F. Young, Mrs. Frazier all around town, and folks out to the lake later in the day U. of F. parade this afternoon, the
was held in The Inn at
Shaw, Mrs. L. O. Hazen t Mrs. C. Arrangement of white gladioliand Keystone Heights. doing so much moving J'm hay on the new Blanding road he almost -: Growl tonight and'or' the Home-

WMU Executive L. Rivera and Mrs. Marion Howe. white chrysanthemums, and The bride is a graduate of Mel- ing a hard time keeping up with I ran over a rattle snake ... coming game'' on Saturday.

lighted tapers in branched cartels rose High School and attended them all the Robert Greens, he tried to hit both (so he said) Spotted at the Citadel-U. of Fgame .

Board To MeetThe Miss StricklandIs abra were used in decorating at Agnes Scott College for two Don Pages and Henry Godwins but 'made perfect misses each in Jax Saturday were: John.

either side of the altar. years. will be moving into their lovelynew time if it had been me driving Bettie and Sue Deas, Mr. and
Executive_,Board of the Shower Honoree Mr. Bowles is a graduate of the Td have missed them Mrs. E.
The bride was gowned in ivory homes shortly; Charles and too! Hear w. Hayes Margaret and
University of Florida and is
Baptist:WMU met.;al the home tits V- now Schmitt and Nat Dankel a delegate for Her- Bill Coram Steve and Ruth SimAnnouncement
taffeta and wore a Juliet cap of associated with the Brundick Cynthia family mov- -
president Mrs. Lex Green,- Miss Phyllis Strickland whose & cules Powder Co., is attending the
into their
seed pearls, to which was attacheda Bowles insurance firm of Jackson- ed ne home on South THEBROWN
Monday evening. marriage to John Seiple will be veil of white illusion. She ville, as Orlando street over the weekend; Mr. and National Safety Congress in

After routine business the hostess an event of Oct. 27, was the hon- carried a bouquet of white roses representative. Irs. E. J. Dowling, Sr moved Chicago this week .. Charlie
Following a wedding trip to DERBYRESTAURANT
served a dessert course. ored gues. at a bridal shower and graduated tube roses. Sea Island Ga. and the mountainsof from their Call street home to one Devlin, Harry Davis, Bill Cannon

On Tuesday the Baptist WMU Thursday evening of last week She had as attendants her North Carolina, Mr. and Mrs. of their homes at 211 Christian and Jewett Fogg spent the week-
the church for their given oy Mrs. S. E. Allen and Mrs. end at their in the
at Big
met regular street and occupying the Dowling camp Due to
sister, Miss Kay Walrath, and Bowles will reside in Orlando. an unusually large
luncheon, business, and program Ivey[ Sellers at 1630 Copeland home on' Call street are Mrs. A. Scrub ... Incidentally, have you number

meeting which was in street, Jacksonville. Citizenship PTA A.- McDonald and Mrs. Jeanette noted the pretty flock of ducks on of orders coming UN Regular Meals

charge'of the Lorena Epperson Twenty-five guests enjoyed the Meeting Roper and in the back apartmentsame Crosby lake? They're pets of the during our Fall Sales, we< At Popular Prices

circle. Mrs.. R. B. Alvarez was games, and refreshments with the Theme Of ProgramAt Well Attended ( house) are Bill and Marie Dave Paulks and they're hoping ;are compelled to announce .

program chairman. ...bride-to-be and hostesses. Woman's Club Tuesday Night Tilley and youngsters; Ben and nobody will shoot them for wild [that any.orders placed after<
Lucille Mizell will occupy the ducks come hunting season the Catering I
Alvarez cottage vacated by the Paulks also have acquired a herd ;Nov 20th cannot be filled at< i
Citizenship was the theme of An well-attended
GI Tilleys; Mr. and Mrs.,J. W. Fur- of goats to help dispose of the ;the 10% discount. Anyone* Banquets and
the Starke Woman's Club of the Parent-Teacher
Clothing pro- meeting
STORE'Men's long' tad children, Joan and Max. briars around their Crosby lake
| ALVAREZ' gram at their October meeting Association was held Tuesday wishing to take advantage* Wedding Receptions
: 189uwutftALALftn II o f Waycross Ga. 'moving into home they also expect to have
Wednesday afternoon of last i night in the BHS cafeteria when the Davis house, formerly occupied 'kid' barbecues" in due season. !of our special sale, please* .
week :Mrs., Arthur G.'
:;Ivey of -
bv J. M. Vickers family, on N. Elizabeth Crawford was all ex place your order now atGumber's *
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid former vice- ,
chairman of the PTA Summer .
$ Walnut street .. Mr. Furlong is cited last Saturday when her best STEAKS
: of the club took i Gas Station, located *
president over Institute, was guest speaker.She i -
employed by Hercules And beau, 1st Class Petty Officer John SEA FOODS
the reins of president upon the discussed the possibilities and north of Starke *
I Pierce called her from the USS on
the J. M. Vickers moved into their
Trlily Expert resignation of Mrs. C. H. Nas- i CHICKEN DINNERS
responsibilities of an effective lovely new home out on the Bland- Timmerman in Boston wishingher 301. Estimates cheerfully*
due to illness. Mrs. Kin- PTA. .
ing highway the past weekend.! a Happy Birthday Sharon ;Ivan.
I Radio And aid made several new appoint- The business session was pre- Locke is all excited with ihe prospect FRESH VEGETABLESBob
I ments Mrs. W. B. Mun- sided Another summer cottage was
including over by the president, Jim
of husband Brad
broken into last week .. when coming Benton & Cumber 3
d Jr. and Mrs. L.
ly O.
Beasley as Ritch, and it was decided that the
SERVICE home this weekend for a short
Ruby Johns and L. M. Gaines and Larkin 'Weeks
Courtesy Chairmen, Mrs. Lex PTA would serve as sponsor of visit after being in Iceland .
went out to their Santa Fe Lake
Green Parlamentarian Mrs. K. Awnings
as Teen Town activities in Starke. Allc| Clinton Barton is home on Managers
G.! Duncan as Music Chairmanand Mrs. R. F. cottage last Friday they found !
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Demorest's seventh that intruders had made them: 30 day leave from Castle Air !
Mrs. Lloyd Jennings as social grade, and Mrs. Charles Devlin's Force Base, Calif with his folks, I 4
selves at home by turning on the ,
ESTIMATES CALL 239 chairman to replace Mrs. H. B. second grade won the awards for Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Barton '- > -- -. --.,
refrigerator food,
cooking some --
< -
q '- -
Peyton who advanced to first having the most parents finished
FREEMost presentat left the dirty dishes and very PFC Phoebe Green has just -
irice-president. the meeting, and will be boot at Parris Island
pre- training -i
Experienced Equipped obligingly locked the
The date.for the reception which sented with cakes which will be S. C. and is visiting her
when they left and the! $64 : I1A
Satisfaction Guaranteed was postponed on Sept 17 honor- enjoyed at home room parties. At- mother. :Mrs. Nelson Green and i RLCOOKS
question was, where did they geta .
ing Bradford County teachers: tendance was close to 200 at this key to get in when there is only family before flying Monday to

board members, trustees, super- meeting. Camp Pendleton, Calif. by the
one key and that to !
belongs Ruby
has.J C. ShepherdRadio visors and their wives and hus- During the social hour membersof and L. M.? I way, I hear that wedding bells:

bands has been set for Thursday the BHS Band played selections, I will be ringing tnis weekend for
( TV Sales & Service Seat Covers evening, Nov. 5 from 8 to 10 and' refreshments were served by And getting back to the snake Oleeta Green and Donnie Harden-

PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.New o'clock with members of the Senior the hostesses. (shudder) tales Cliff Brownis I brook from Camp Stewart Ga.,,

1- and'Junior Women's' clubs as telling this week of coming in i I I Happy to hear that Lloyd Green

hostesses.The i. '. "- I
Meeting -

\. Club District Florida meeting'Federated will Women's be held Held MondayMiss : 'r ALL TYPE PEST CONTROL I GROCERIES -- MEATS -- FEEDU.

'Nov.. 6th in Green Cove
Springs S. 301 IN NORTH STARKE[
and as many members as possible Audrey Newman had SPECIALIZING IN

WESTINGHOUSE art urged to attend. Mrs. Kincaid charge of the program at the regular CITRUS GROVE SPRAYING Phone 339-J

will attend the meeting and will meeting of the Methodist W. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVEDWE

haveas delegate, Mrs. H. B. Pey- S. C: S., Monday at 3 o'clock in the Larje or Small

on and alternate. Mrs. O. L. church sanctuary.Miss CLOSE 9:30 P.M. SATURDAYSPrices

Reinstated in the club Newman's topic, "Scien- COMPLETE .EXTERMINATING SERVICE
PIDROMATa Good Thur., Fri., Sat., Oct. 22, 23, 24
Mrs. Charley Johns and Mrs. tific Knowledge-A Stewardship", FOR HOUSEH01 D PESTS AND TERMITES

A. Weeks; Mrs. C. L.' Rivera was illustrated by use of film

,nd Mrs. I. E. Clark were received strips on FAO. The pictures Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. ARE YOU BUDGET MINDED?

as new members.Mrs. showed different'phases of the
2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville Fla.
work of FAO and
Cora Quattlebaum was in showed how 68

fIAU ronJ" $249? I charge of the Citizenship programand countries of the world are cooperating TRY THESE

introduced Mrs. Marion Howe in working toward a bet- -

who presented Mrs. Geraldine ter life. Miss Newman was as- I. P.BABY.

Silva, school music supervisor. sisted by Mrs. M. W. Cressler. LIMAS
Any 14
Mrs. Silva led in group singingand Mrs. C. E. Hernwall had chargeof A SUPER VALUE

presented the BHS girls the devotional using as her ENG. PEAS 2 "

\. X.C;+,A yYOa p..ww'SJI quartette who sang several num topic "The Earth Is The Lord's R. Kidney BeansB.

bers. Gay Rimert, BHS band leader and the Fullness Thereof". Following SAVE MANY DOUARS

reported on the progress ol( this Mrs. G. L. Faber pre- Eye Peas CANS

the school band and Mort Al- sented "Treasure Chests" to the

pren talked on Teen Town with members and explained that they 1 MAIL COUPON Butter Beans

I I I llfflll Faye Paulk and Ben North as are to be filled voluntarily and

sisting in the Teen Town discus handed in at the end of the year. Yellow Rose

sion. Also on the program were Mrs. W. R. Miller closed the de- tdo3re

three members of the school paS votiinal by singing "Open My, FLOURSUGAR .25 Lb $1.83
1 \ i.\ W trol who gave impromptu Eyes"
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on their work. During the business meeting I

Club members who will attend which was presided over by Mrs. ? ? POTATOES ? ?

the School on Parlamentary Law, F.. K. Perryman, president Mrs.

sponsored by*the Women's Clubsin Titus Olson gave "Report on the 'I I

t0 a, Jacksonville next Monday and Florida Rural Work" by Annie MILK' ? ? GRITS ? ?

Tuesday are: Mrs. James Griffin.Mrs. Mae Jamieson.

Cora Quattlebaum, Miss Mrs. T. H. Slade, secretary of I -

t 3 Clara Leaman Mrs. W. H. Noll :Missionary Education announced 51Y-T-GOOD

x,; man, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs I that Mrs. C. E. Rutland Mission / MEAL 5Lbs 29C'

Lloyd Jennings Mrs. T. B.Hard- Personnel, of Gainesville will review t /

ing Mrs. C. L. Scholl. Mrs. F. B. the book "That the World ,
,2rJ1 .awawl: Beard and Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr. May Know" at the Novembe \ gsY

... II ro.drne, PC". MODEL LS-7 Approximately 40 members and meeting. BAKE-RITE I 3L6s73cOsceok
a A9 l. friends attended this delightfulclub 1 Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. Spiritual

meeting after which delicious Life Chairman, announced the I
1 Starlac SOAP
refreshments were served by the I program for the Week of Prayer r

hostesses: Mrs. O. L. .Beasle y. I Oct. 25-31. }Irs. Perryman con ONLY RICE DRY MILK POWDER

This new model Westinghouse Laundromat satisfies Mrs. Marcus Brown Mrs. Lemuel I eluded the meeting with prayer. I '
all your requirements for washing automati Coison Mrs. Barbara Breazeaiie. 1 1r SIbs 59C pk 26C !Ige 29C

cally.Clothes come out sparkling white and bright, Mrs. Robert Kite and Mrs. C. A. :\OTIC& OF !o\LE \ 1
Notice is hereby given that, pur- 95
-yet there's no work on your part. Best of all, Futch.Women's. suant to a final decress of foreclosure I2 I
.... (NOT)
entered in cause numbered
this Laundromat is 8. SPECIALS I GALORE\ 'o
new priced within reach of all. 10-006 in the Circuit Court of Bradford COMPUTE WITH ( )
CouncilThe County, I will sell the property :
situate in Bradford County Florida
described as: I, RIB & BRISKET SMOKED
Women's Council of the Commence at the! Northeast corner Wi"'Eoda' FULL CASH PRICE
Is Tops for Features First Christian church held their of the WH of SEx; of SE\ of GIVEN Matll''.. f STEW BEEF ( SAUSAGELb
f N'EVJ of Section 28, Twp. 6 S.. R. u t
monthly meeting Tuesday eveningat 2! East and West h, '
run 90 feet,
I I Cos sly A./awa it M 1l. e,4i.rrrabie Adkiriclioosf the home of Mrs. Havana thence run South 660 feet, to South PRAGUW ; ,2 YEAR Lb 15C I 24CMED.
< line of said SE>4 of NEVt, thence fw .
Johns. Moth-Proofing. '
run East 90 feet ,' -} t
thence run I : (BfiSHYtCEGVWHJll J ,_
u At these meetings the women Xorth 660 feet to the pout of beginning Folnfiog. Dtodorf- /
Pay as little as are sewing on handwork to be in Section 28. Twp. 6 S.,' zing end Many .... << .
-- rsotoonwFr R. 22 East. Oth* Horn* Urn.
$29 triLT : sold at their November bazaar. at public sale, to the highest and< MULLET LB
Veto best bidder for cash at the Southern
Front Door of the Bradford'
a week (Mr'lAyr's>Itlii..! Recent BirthMr. County Courthouse in StarXe Flor

.far s tm.fl rf*.. ,.,..., 'zti tASYI I)511 and Mrs. A. F. Young of' P.M.ida, between oD October.llee 26, A.D.AM.1S53 and %:00. I I. MAIL COUPON I Il Dressed & Drawn

Starke announce the birth of a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby; Lb
daughter, Deborah Susan. on Oct. \OTICK OP INTENTION Clerk.TO I ACME STORES INC.i 1I i FRYERS 49C

YOU CAN SI SUKE_i*rr "jeStin house jn Notice is hereby given that the I
,undersigned, under the provisions 408 W. FORSYTH JACKSONVILLE Lb
HOSPITALUSSIOXS: I i of Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida. WIENERS 29CChuck
Acts of 1941, will register with thfl I I II lI
Patients admitted to Doctors Clerk of .the Circuit Court in and I would like a FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION at no

Clinic the for Bradford' Countv. State of Plot to of the BRAND NEW Cleaner
SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO. Hospital during past me at $12.95
da upon receipt of proof of publics, I I STEAK orROAST Fresh D & D
week included: Mrs. Anna Os- tion of this notice_ the fictitiousname i ,
borne Sarasota; Mrs. Norris of The Barry Restaurant, un Name
I --- HENSI'
--- i
: ----
PHONE 39 STARKE. FLA. which we are engaged in bus!
Wainwright Penney Farms; Bill ness on IT. S. Highway 301 south of t
i I Address _. ________ r
> Spence. Mary Henderson. Mrs. Al- Starke. Fla. Sole owners: Michael 1 '
Barry and Ruby Barry, Ib Ib
UW-421I Starke Fla. .39c 44c
mena Peterson. Mrs. Kersey
Shirley -
Dated this 2nd day of October. ICity __ Phone .
-Ill OUt TWO 110 TV SHOWS..WOTINOHOUtl STOWO- ONE AND MO FOOTSAU '_ and Mrs. Margaret Young, all A.D. 1953. aStarke, Bradford R.FA.Please
If Send
County Florida, r I L I Specific Directions BT
of Starke. -
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FRIDAY OC'l'OBEB.u".l95S. ,,!,'. PAGE FIVE

Mrs., Rudolph Sink flew to Mr. and',Mrs. L E: Clark were Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells. Mrs. Mrs,J. Wv Kaufman, Mrs. R. S. """ .. -- .- '
i I _ __ __ _
Salisbury, N C,. Tuesday: of last in Loxley, Ala. visiting relatives Shellie' Hall, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Fernandez,, Mrs. Frank Hoover, ym n. _
\\"eek:1o: attend'iief mother,'Mrs.'1', from 'Saturday to Monday: 1 tri to, Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and Mrs,'\'ASla": *Alexander and Miss,
T, H.. Kincaid, who ,was' seriously. Co,: and Mrs. W. H. }Mundorf of son, Wayne, Mrs. Brad Locke, all Wilma Alexander were in Gainesville OCTOBER JUBILEEAT
mend- who died4 later in the week. Camp .Gordon, Ga. spent several of'Starke and Mr. and Mrs. P. S. shopping Monday afternoon.
!Mr. Sink flew there on Saturdayto days last-week with Mr. and Mrs. Hutto of,Savannah Ga. were visit-. *.Martin Land who is working in YOUR, FRIENDLY .
attend the funeral. The Sinks R. Mundorf. ing Mr. aid Mrs. Charles Parkerin Montgomery, Ala. will be home ;
i IN THE NEWS returned home on Tuesday.Mr. Mr' .and Mrs. R.,F. Young were Daytona'Beach.. .on Sunday. 1 with his family this weekend.
-I-fl Sfl and Mrs. Darrell Hammondof in Ocala and Fort McCoy over the
Lake City were Saturday eve- weekend: visiting relatives and
Dr. and Mrs. C. J-. Houpt and .Mrs., T. G. Carter of Merritt I ning guests of Mr..and Mrs. J. E. attending a family re .nion. Suwannee
Mr. and Mrs. J* H. Moncrief at- Island is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hardy. Mrs.,Donie Moore and Mrs. Bud STARKERADO41V 3
in Jacksonville Charles Powell and Mrs. J. H. ,
tended the football game Rev. and "Mrs. J. B. Dixon of Monk and children of Gainesville
last Saturday night.. Fields. last =
Jacksonville were Monday guestsof spent Friday with Mrs. J. B.
Mrs. Janie Avery and daughter, Mrs. Sallie Tison returned Sat- Mrs. Effie Johns. Sapp and Mrs. Guy Sale. I SERVICE
Mrs. Louise Robles of Jacksonville urday from San Luis Obispo. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier,and Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner and 3
returned home last Friday Calif and will remain at her home son,.Billy, visited Mr. and Mrs. P. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins returned ', ,. ., ...
several weeks in here until the first of the : J ..
after spending year. ; home .
A.Dampier in Jacksonville Monday after spend- Reasonable "
Atlanta, Ga. where Mrs. Robleswas Mrs. Charley E. Johns, Mrs..W. W. P. Smith visited Mr. and Sunday.Mrs.F. ing a week in Kansas City, Mo. Guaranteed Service 401 PHONE
in the Emory University B. Mundy, Mrs. T. F. Landrum, attending the FFA convention and
W. Varnadoe in Palatka On All Makes E. CALL
on Radios TV tore
Hospital. and Mrs. L. A. Canova visited Mr. Sunday.Mrs. visiting other points of interest in _....v or
Mrs. W. T. Jackson and sons and Mrs. R. A. Newsom in the Bertha Pearce the midwestern states. ST. 345 .
was visiting .
spent the weekend in Williston Lake City veterans hospital last her daughter, Mrs. Mary Lane in Mrs. Cecil Sewell and daughter, IF" YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS i
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver Friday. Friends will be glad to Jacksonville last Pam, Mrs. Betty Ann Phillips and CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager
know that }fr. Newsome, who isapatient J
and Mrs. Mrs.
Mr. and Frank June Edwards '
Mrs. Wilma Dockstader were in Gaines- --- '"
.4 there_ is getting along and 4 SATISFACTIONCall DELIVERY SERVICE
ville .
Weaver, IIL Mrs. M. L. Lawson saw "The on'Saturday.Mr. *
Pvt. Oliver H. Aspinwall Jr. well. Robe" in Jacksonville Monday and Mrs. Emil Hirth and '
is spending this week with his the Mrs.National Steve Simmons'attended Council Catholic evening. Also attending the show tfr, and Mrs. George Moses -of 198-W At Once We reserve the right to limit quantity

mother, ;Mrs. Margaret Davis, and Women's meeting In.St. Augustine were CoL and Mrs. T. T. Longon Rockford, HL are spending this Prices Good Thur., Fri., Sat., Oct. 22, 23, 24
grandfather. T. S. Williams. He I' Monday evening and Mr and week with Mr. and Mrs. Al Hart-
will return to Ft. Jackson, S. 'C. onTuesdayt I Mrs.' John Anderson on Sunday. mann., 228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's
Saturday to enter Leadership ,- ,H.,were A., Bishop in Chicago and H.last A.week,,BishopJr in Mr. and Mrs. ,Dave Paulk and Dr, and Mrs. 0. L. Haynes will OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAYHigh

School. the interest 'of additional daughters, Faye and Sylvia, spent spend the weekend in Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Griffinof Sunday In Willaooochee, Ga. visi- .Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion and
Ochlocknee, Ga.:spent the weekend telephone_ Viola equipmentMiss Lewis of Miami ting Mayor and Mrs. Jesse Paulk. baby, Champ, of Ocala spent the
with Mr, and Mrs. F. F. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Bennett and weekend with their parents, Mr.
Brand Limit 6
spent last weekend with Mr. and Any
I Stump. The Stumps will also have son, Kern, of Tampa spent the and Mrs. Leo Champion and Mr.
Mrs. Charles Fields. Sunday
as guests this coming weekend afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Fields Weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Junius and Mrs. Al Hartmann.Miss THEATRE COFFEEllbpkg MILK
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hi: Thomson and Smith. Linda Shiver of Waycross, STARKE
and their guests visited Ponce de
children of Monticello. Leon Springs.Mr. Mrs. Paul Wilhelm and Mrs.C. Ga. will spend the weekend with each
I Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs spent and Mrs. E. S.' Matthews L. Street of :Miami are spending Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Raymond and Dedicated To Community Service 73c 13c
Sunday in Lake City. this week with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez.
will return to their home here "Movies Are Better Than Ever"
Steve Simmons. Mrs. Mary :McCray of Dade City
this weekend after a visit with
'A Three their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Charles Larsenof was the guest of Mrs. Henrietta If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
Days\ Dr.. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon in Lakeland were guests of Col. Hunt from Friday to Monday. cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS MAINE FLATSARDINES
Orlando., and Mrs. D. E. Knight on Wednes- Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Mrs. B. P.

ICeugh Is Yew Doctors' wives from Daytonawho day and Thursday. Hardy of Hampton were in. Gaines- Sat., Oct. 24 ONLY Tues.. Wed. Oct. 27, 28 Cans
spent Wednesday here with Order Your Photographic Christ- ville on Monday. 3 25C
Danger Signal Mrs. Calvin J. Houpt were Mrs. mas Cards Now. Bullington Studio Mrs. Effie Johns and brother, DOUBLE FEATURE ,WARNERBROS.PUMINT If|f.
Clement K. Heberle, Mrs. JamesE. & Gift Shop M. D. Carter, and Mr. and Mrs. =
Creonuhion relieves promptly because RishelL and Mrs..John S. Hull. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin Oscar Carter spent from Tuesdayto OVERLAND Stage FORDIN } PITTS. For Fruit Cakes
,,it toes into the bronchial system to Earl Alvarez, a student at spent the weekend with relativesin Thursday of last week in Miami .
help loosen and expel lades 7 Lb Jar
germ Georgia Military' Academy, spent Columbus, Ga. visiting friends and also visitingMrs.
:phlegm and aid nature to soothe and RAIDERSWith DICED FRUITS 59CMyTFine
heal raw tender, inflamed bronchial the weekend in Starke. Miss Betty Jane Morgan': anrt Johns' niece, Mrs. K. W.
membranes. Guaranteed to please youor Mrs. S. V, Andrews and Mrs.I classmates, Misses Jean Brud and Parks in Lake Worth. 4 kIll/Ide))
money refunded. Creomulsion has Louise Lynn of Williston and Betty Ann Chance from FSU John Wayne
stood the test of millions of users. Mrs. T. J. Andrews of Morristonwere spent the weekend with Betty ANDROMANCE

CREOMUL'SIONCMffci Tuesday guests of Mrs. Havana Jane's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy COLONIAL oftbe JIM DANDY
'ftlitttl Chest Colds, Acids SrocWti$ Johns. Wynn. ANDRHYTHM
Mrs. Dave Paulk and daughters. Sun
Faye and Sylvia and Mr. and MEAL
Mrs. Tyler Jones and Mrs. Louise FLORISTFLOWERS filmed ii Mexico's
Wingate of Jacksonville spent Fabulous Oaaca Ib bag 9 flC
overnight Friday In New Smyrna DIANA PATRICIA Sib 33c
attending the football game, Teen Plus "Wacky \Wildlife" Cartoon & LYNN-MEDINA'' _
Town, and on Saturday fishing in For All Occasions Last Chapter SerialJ. :
the Inland Waterway.Mr. --
Plus "Historical History" Cartoon
and Mrs. N. P. Hicks of H. GILL Fancy Limit 4IOMATQEe
and Latest World NewsF.
Lawtey were visiting Mrs. Havana
Johns on Sunday.Mrs. Sun., Mon. Oct. 25, 26 Cans 4 AC
MONEY FOR YOUAT Charles Dinkins is expected B. BEARD $ !

home an this operation weekend in after St. Luke'shospital undergoing (j) [H-C-M's BIG TROPICAL ROMANCE! I Thur., Fri. Oct. 29, 30

last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancev and< DISH GARDENS 1 t CITY OF SAVE ON FEEDS
children were in Jacksonville on
R. Yancey and Mr. and :Mrs. C.
A. Yancey. POTTED PLANTS ;.' /.*.*."TECHNICOLORPlus ,

321 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Eason ,ot Flowers JViredAnywlze.e TECHNICOlOR OATS 112 LbBag $4.90FEED

Chattanooga. Tenn. arrived Tues- "Just Ducky" Cartoon and .. .
day for an indefinite visit withMr. "No, Pets Allowed" 2 Reel Comedy, r
Plus "Flirty Birdy" Cartoon
Mrs. Gibson.
end Larry ,
., -1' .. 7' n ',1 f'. Mr:| and Mrs. Anthony Caruso Nona St. Starke also Latest World News i J ")Ian Killer" 2 Reel ComedyfPcs1
: '_ ,, Lb
--- -- Bag $9.75
and family of Jacksonville were --- :
I OATS S 100
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A'rnrriNiII.' ; Sunday .guestsof Mr"".* 'and. Mrs. .. -. --- .
Stefanelli. '
Henry : : ', :.- -' ,
Mrs. Ray Bell and children of '
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Jacksonville visited :Mr. and Mrs. '=" -- \

Riley'Mr.Wasdin and Mrs.on Saturday.Jerry Gay and POTATOES 5 Lb 16

\ daughter, Nancy, were in Gainesville KOCH'Sifr
\ over the weekend visiting

Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Gay and Medford DELMONTE, 303 Cans -'
) ROLU'HEADINDIVIDUALLY Gay who was home from Fort
-v Jackson.Mr. For
and Mrs. Bayless McKinneyand DICED BEETS ] 25C
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cole were .

j in Jacksonville on Sunday visiting i I Ithe
zoo and also visiting Lloyd
Juiliette 5 StringHOUSE
Green in St. Luke's Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. 1... F. McCaskill,
Jr. of Rockingham, N. C. were % EQUARTERS BROOMS $1.15

overnight guests Tuesday of Mr. --- .
and Mrs. Guy Andrews. I
MADE TO, lC'AA Cadet Junius (Butch) Smith of'': Everything you need I .

'FIT YOUR WINDOWS P lYROLJ.A. be the home Georgia for Military the weekend College with'will' for the Hallween RED HOT MEAT SPECIALS

HEAD Venetian Blinds his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Junius I i I Festivities w ,
Smith, and also :Mr. and Mrs. I
Charles Meyers and daughter for young SUNNYLAND Half or WholeTENDERIZED
Choose from decorator-inspired
colors. all-metal to give Sandi, of Jacksonville.Col. I j and old
They're you r
and Mrs. H. C. Wall of St. Lb
long, trouble-free service. The exclusive Augustine will spend the weekend\ t HAMS 59C
bottom rail and tape I
one-piece snap-on with Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mr.
Look for the Duchess make Duchess Rolla-Head
your and Mrs. Junius Smith. .
Stat wan" 'of"uJuJ Venetian Blinds so easy to clean I EasilyBj Get Your Hallmark Christmas I ---

diiiinctJon. removable flexible metal slats. Cards While Selection Is CompleteAt I 7frV Weiners, Bologna or Smk Fresh Rib or Brisket
For Free Estimates Call Bullington Studio & Gift Shop.
Mrs. b. J. Brown and daugh- .
ters, Susan and Marcia, of De- SAUSAGE STEW
Funiak Springs were guests of 'I '
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Ib 29c Ib 17c
207-W Starke, Fla.THERE'S Mrs. L. A. Davis from Thursday
-I',to Monday while Dr.-Brown attended -
-, the Dental Clinic in Daytona
Beach.Mrs.. Fresh SlicedBEEF

i J. C. Cone of BrooKer spent b H Lb

from Thursday to Saturday of last LIVER

d Y It o l'F.week Hazen.with her Mr.daughter and Mrs., Mrs.Hazen M. \ II : : ) 43C

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also had as guests last Thursday,
Mrs. A. G. Hazen and sons and
4 8flt 1 : Mrs. Minnie Hazen of Brooker. Lean Tender CHUCK Fresh MULLETROAST

I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dankel and \

.. $ ) .. daughter, of Waycross Ga. spent FISH
J : several days last week with Mr.

NO ARGUING ABOUT II and Mrs. N. S. Dankel. Ib 390 Ib 19c
Mrs. R. J. Davis of Gainesville I

WHERE TO EAT \11 was day of the Mr.overnight and Mrs.guest Harry last Mooty.Fri->1 1I PUMPKINS 1 Oc NOISEMAKERS 10C

IN STARKE I Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson and Sugar CreekPiCNIC
daughters spent Sunday in Val-
I dosta Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lb
EVERYBODY SAYS Wm. Briscoe and other friends. : HAMS 43C
t Up
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. had 'CTo
'MEET' YOU ATTUCK'SII I as guests, Mr. and Mrs.: R. J. MASKS 59C COSTUMES ;

I Andrews and daughter, Barbara
i: Jean, of Orange Park on Saturday, II
t\ ,,", and D. S. Dansby of Orlando on '!o. Fla. Supreme in QuartersFRYERS

WHY : .\, '' '; Sunday.Mr. I I I NAPKINS CLOTHS -- CANDY I
) and Mrs Leslie Biggs went I -- -- OLEO
The Best Food ft,; :. to St. Augustine on Sunday to I I
The >' :' visit Sue Biggs who underwentan PARTY ICE CREAM Ib Ib
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At Reasonable Prices h ,Mr. and :Mrs. George Powell of r - .
.1 Newton, N. C. brought Mrs. J. H. I ". -- -. ._._- #-- -

Comfortably Air ,Conditioned fJ>>iill.J: I Fields Fields home had spent on Sunday six weeks after Mrs.with KOCH DRUG STOW Sugar Cured 1 to 3 Ib Pieces

I the Powells. The Powells remained -
here for'several days' vis with Lb
MEET Mrs. Fields. : SMOKED BACON 47C

YOU AT ThCAUTO$ CAFE Coy Alvarez of Jacksonville Phone 53 Starke, Fla.WuuWUWUW. I

spent the weekend with his par-I '
., ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez. .. __ _ ___'_ _' ,_ :.r


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has Divorce been filed against you in m the an for Iron a distance stake. thence of 21.15 feet to Florida, and to file the original of I
abov, named Court and cause and degree run North 1 your answer or pleading in the office -
SOIL CONSERVATION you Are required to serve a copy of along the 50 minutes West, being of the undersigned Clerk of
your answer or pleading to the complaint Easterly line of Orange Circuit Court on December 7. 1953 FILL I DIRTGOOD
street, for
the a distance of 220.76 otherwise
on Plaintiff's Attorney the allegations of said .
N-E-JV-S Green & Green, Starke, Florida feet of beginning to an Iron stake at said point Complaint will be taken as confessed I
andRAN3 and file the original in the office ot ; by you. RICH
the Clerk of the You and each of
Circuit Court on you are hereby IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
By Bill Haas aU. or before the 2 day of November, notified that a Pill of Complaint this Order of Publication and Noticebe
U53 otherwise the allegations of has been filed in the Circuit Court forthwith published once each TOP SOILSee
S. SOIL CONSERVATION said Complaint will be taken as con: of Bradford County Florida. in week for four successive weeks in
fessed by you. Chancery by D. E. Knight and N. L. Bradford County Telegraph a duly
This notice shall be -published Knight his wife. as plaintiffs and qualified newspaper published in
SERVICE -, once each week for four consecutive against you and each of you as defendants said County. I
.J weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph ; that the nature of said WITNESS. my hand and official
i suit is to quiet and confirm the title seal at Starke. Bradford County, BILL JACKSONJackson
By Geo. T., Hoggin Dated this 30 day of September, of plaintiffs to the above described Florida this October 15, 1953,
In an effort to acquaint the Flake also planted some Blue lupine 1953. lands as a fee simple title; and you (OFFICIAL SEAL) Transfer Compan:
Cmmty Agent (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby are required to appear and
serve & /CHARLES A, DARBY,
folks of Bradford Soil Conservation for a land builder. While Clerk of the Circuit Court. copy of your answer or pleading on Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Phone 165

Agricultural Extension Service District with different varieties sitting on the tractor he stated Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk plaintiffs attorney, Hollis V.1. County Florida.
10/2 4t 103OTlCE Knight. whose address is Starke.
10/16 4t 11'
that he planned to get some kindof -
Rat Killing Time Near winter takes extra time and feed of grasses and legumes, the
soil TO APPEAR .
building plant on all of his -
FaIl la here, which means harvest to re-gain in the spring. Other Soil /Conservation Service, cooperating In Crc.it C.mrt. Bradford Covaty.
crop land to help increase pro- Florida IB Chancery.Betty .
:time. A filled corn crib rep- costs -are smaller calves and risk with the Board of I duction. H. Stratton. Plaintiff, vs. JackS.

resents not only an Investment In of the cow being too starved to I Supervisors of the Bradford Soil Stratton Defendant.

dollars but many hours of bard breed at, the proper time. Conservation District is placinga J. R. Waflnwright, a.: District cooperator Notice To Appear.. Case No. 10-119

labor. A small additional Investment Some folks want to mix cqt- stated that his high yield
very small quantity, of Rescue grassin To: Jack S. Stratton. whose resi-

In preventive rat. con- tonseed meal and salt. This is a the hands of cooperators in the of over 8,000 pounds of Argentine dence tonla. and North address Carolina is: Route 1, Gas- Showing it to you is a pleasure for

trol measures will helif you in obtaining good practice if the animals have District- Those who have received bahia grass seed was due to heavy You 'are hereby notified that a us-

full value of the crop. har access to plenty of water. A mix the grass so far are- Sam Mc-' fertilizing. J. R. went on to say suit for -

vested. You cannot afford to ture of 70 pounds of cottonseed Garvey, Jesse Newsome, and W, E. he has to keep mowing the grass Divorce maiden name and restoration of .

waste it nor let it become contaminated meal, 20 pounds common salt. and (Big Boy) Prevatt. It is the idea because it keeps getting ahead of has been 'filed against yon In the

by filth. 10 pounds of a complete mineral of the Supervisors to get the his cowtf. above named Court and cause and
are required to serve a tlf
you copy
is good. This can be fed each dayor
You will have an opportunity
grass ,in different communities in your answer or pleading to the
beginning November 6, to eliminate can be fed in self-feeders. Animals H.'W. Cain of Graham used theDistrict's complaint on the Plaintiff's I
the will
county so that folks be
Attorney Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark
getting that much salt must grain drill to plant blue
rats from farm. Keepup
your able to see and compare it to Building Jacksonville. Florida _
with informationeach have plenty of water. lupine for a land builder. and file the original In the officeof
newspaper : other !inter
grazing -
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
week. Watch for the .tore : Minerals are effective in keep- Rescue grass is not a new grass.It Truby Wainwright whose placeIs or before the -

*in your community with red and ing the cattle thrifty and in good acts as, a reseeding.annual in located out the Lawtey-Raiford 9 day of November, 1953;
otherwise the allegations of said
white posters announcing "Rat productive condition! Cattle need this area. The plant grows to" a Road used, the District's fertilizer Complaint will be taken as con- -f
:1=; _ _
Banquet.1 and will eat more mineral during height of 2 to 3 feet. The growth spreader- his Pensacola bahia fessed by you. ,
This notice shall be published
Cattlemen Get Ready winter than during summer. starts in the fall and continues pasture.P. once each week for four consecu-

The Lions Den will be the gath- through the winter. When left to tive weeks in the Bradford County qr.-

ering place for cattlemen on FFA NEWS NOTES, seed out, it produces large quantities D. Reddish used the District's Telegraph.Dated this 6 day of October' 1953:

Thursday, Oct. 29, at 7:30 p. m. of seed which will reseed.It weed chopper to cut down the old (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I

Plans and preparation for the Roman Alvarez gave the two produces a good amount of corn stocks on his place on the By Marian Clerk L.. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Court.Clerk. f

"eats" will be Jn charge of J. R. pigs that he owed the chapter to forage, which livestock eat readily. Bayless Highway at Water Oak 10/9 4t 10/30

Wainwright and Titus Olson. Lamar dough and Gene Clemons bridge. "I can do a better job of la Circuit Court. Bradford County, \.

Each is reminding the other that Irvan Bell and Harmon Underhill Flake Watson and Carl Jones turning my land when I have it Florida In Chancery.

he has a job to do in making a got the two that Glen Crawfordhad. used the District's grain drill to chopped", remarked P. D., and Doris J. Morgan, Plaintiff,. vs. Jos-
eph E. Morgan, Defendant.Case
joint meeting of this type a suc- .- They were very fine pigs plant sweet lupine and Pensacola "it helps the soil to put all that No. 10-106

cess. No hints yet as to what we and Glen is trying to sell the rest. bahia in Flake's place in Graham. organic matter into it." Order Of Publication And >otice
To Appear! State Of Florida Toi
might eat, but if it is left up to The Green Hands will be initiated Joseph E. Morgan, whose residenceand
Cheryl Jane born Tues- YOU'LL LOVE Ute new Ester-
Titus I guarantee it won't be at the next ag meeting, Nov. daughter, address is: Unknown
day, Oct. 6, in Alachua General brook purse-size fountain pens in You are required to appear on
chicken. 12, if the dues are paid.
shades. November 2, 1953, in the above
Hospital.Mr. pastel Only. $2.37 at Brad-
Several Cattlemen paid their :Mr. Hitchin's class room is get named Court and cause, wherein
and Mrs. L. L. Griffis had FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. plaintiff seeks divorce. Custody and
dues, and Joined in last month to ting a new look. The first year control of minor child. Bradford
add strength to our local associa boys have painted the window as Sunday spend the day guestsMr. NOTICE TO APPEtR County Telegraph shall' publish this
Mrs. C. A. McCormick of Order in, next four weekly issues.
and In Circuit Court Bradford ConatjFlorida ,
tion. There is still the walls
room for more. facings jade'green, ripple On Monday Mr. and I In Chancfrr.Comalea Witness my hand and official
If you own cattle, you ought to green, and have cut the hedge. Macclenny. A. Rich. Plaintiff, vs. Jos- seal at Starke, Florida, this October
be a member. A good is Frankie Wasdin, Reporter Mrs. J. A. :McCormick of GlennSt. eph J. Rich, Defendant.Case. 1, 1953.
program :Mrs. L. L. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
planned for the 29th. Mary came by and Notice To No. 10-09 Clerk of said Court Have you had a close-up look at the beautiful '
them to Jack ApprariTo
Office Closed MondayAll TTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYi y VT VY Griffis accompanied : Joseph J. Rich, whose residence By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
sonville. Charles U. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life new 1954 Plymouth? If you haven't, drop in
three and address is: c/o Wallace-
of will
us be attend- Jacksonville, Florida.
ing a meeting in Gainesville Mon- STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA VVV VVV TV VVV V VT V Barnes You are Company.hereby Bristol.notified C nn tnat. a Attys. for Plf. 10/2 4t 1023In now and do yourself a favor! Feast your eyes There's still time to

day, ,Oct 26. Details and working Iyyyyyyy suit for Circuit Court, Bradford County on the new longer lines, the sparkling new
plans of the 1954 Agricultural Divorce custody and control of Florida In Chancery WIN ANEW
Conservation.Program will be the LAKE GENEVAby costs minor Children, alimony and Lundry McCoy, Plaintiff, vs. Fannie colors, the new "Color-Tuned" Styling. Step i
Defendant. Case No. 10-134
discussion for the day., It is expected Mr. and Mrs.; Milo Seigler and has been filed against you in the Ordct McCoy.Of Publication And .Notice To inside, see how much comfort and luxury the PLYMOUTH .

that Bill children Mike and Susan, spent above named Coutt and cause and .Appear State of Florida Tot
local ,
our Blanche CunninghamItAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. interiors offer.
you are required to serve a copy of Fannie McCoy, whose residenceand new
SCS technician, will go along the weekend in Panama City with your answer or pleading to the address is: Unknown:

with us. Our interest in this meet- Milo's mother, Mrs. F. E. Seigler, ; complaint Attorney on William the D.Plaintiffs Morgan, You are required to appear on Then let us arrange a demonstration drive FREE !'
1953 in the above
November 16,
ing is to learn all we can about 'The Willie Knights had Mr. and Nuttles 507 Clark Building Jackson' ;
wherein for
) and
Mrs. Vim: (Granny named Court cause, you. Take the wheel see how Plymouth'snew
ville. Floridaand
the Mrs. J. L.. of Butler
making program more beneficial Douglas Lake plaintiff seeks divorce.
celebrated her 87th birthday an- file the original In the office of' Bradford County Telegraph shall full-time POWER The
STEERING big $25,000 "Win
to our farmers. spending the weekend with them enjoys the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I'I publish this Order in next fuur gives you a new
Poor feed Less Beef and on *Sunday all attended a niversary Saturday. Granny or before the weekly issues' effortless driving makes parking Plymouth" Contest closes midnight
Dr. W. G. Kirk, who is in church celebration in Macclenny. j good health and is loved by 2 day of November, 1953; Witness my hand and official seal Monday, October 19th, so enter
otherwise the allegations of said at Starke. Florida, this Oct. 14. 1953. pleasure I! And with Plymouth HY-DR1YE
charge of the Range Cattle Experiment Mrs. Medford Shealy and children all who know her. Here's hoping I Complaint will be taken as confessed (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs you nowl You can win a new Plymouthcan

Station, urges protein spent the weekend in Gainesville she enjoys many more birthdays.Mr. This by you.notice shall be publishedonce Clerk of Said Court.Clerk drive all day without shifting! or a big cash prizfel 1 See us for
Marian L. Crosby, Deputy
supplement for your cattl Grass with her mother, while husband e and Mrs. Ray Nuttles ot Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch -
I weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Come in today it's our pleasure to show
pastures not having a legume Medford enjoyed a fishing Vesconett visited his mother re- Jacksonville, Fla. you ..t..

growing with it drops to a low trip to the river. cently.Mr. Dated this 26 day of September. Attys. for Pit. 10/16 4t 11/6 \ all the exciting new values in the sparkling _

level in-nutritive value as winter Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Brown God- 1953. In The Circuit Court of Bradford '
and Mrs. R. L. Christenberry -I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby County Florida, In Chancery new 1954 I PLYMOUTH!I. ///j///// // Chrysler Corporation'sPower
.:comes. on. Weight lost during the win are the proud parents of a"J Mr. and Cleric of the Circuit Court Case No. 10135D.

of Gainesville and By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. E. KNIGHT and N. L. KNIGHT, Power Steering and Hy-Drive each available at low extra cost. _ ( Car
Mrs., C. J. Herndon of Jacksonville 10/2 4t 10/23 his wife Plamtifts, vs. Dr. IDA J.1EIBERGER .
I the weekend with the I et al, Defendants.
SPECIAL SALE IB Circuit Court. Bradford County Order Of l'ubU'aelonad .Notice To
"Florida In Chancery. Appear
I Recent visitors in Starke were Margaret Szegedi, Plaintiff, vs. Las- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. To:
I. "- zlo Szegedi, Defendant. Dr. Ida J. Heiberger, 1L C. Heiber- HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.PHONE
V. .
./ Iti Mrs. R. Forsythe, Mrs. ger, J. Charles Richard, Mary S.

7OIdeIITRAWBERRY 1 Carlson, and :Mrs. B. Cunningham.Emma Notice To Appear.To Case No. 10-114 SimmonS, Frank W. Simmons, Sidney .
) F. Hansford. Sallie J. S. Dun
ft':1 K. Forsythe celebrate : Laszlo Szeged i whose residence Sarah Jane I
G. Saunders
I can, Sophia 69 600
i and address is Hajduszobaslo ,
: ,
i .*" her 13th birthday Oct. 7 'with :Saunders Jesse N. Jones, Mrs. Jes-
llajdu Megye. Hungary.You
OWICE CREAM PIE and se N. Jones, whose Christian name
; --., \ 12 of her friends'from. here are hereby notified that a i is unknown to plaintiffs, John D. .
Heights. suit for McKinlly, Nathaniel David Jones,
.7'r-- Keystone Divorce, custody and control of Reddish -= '
Jane Alvarez and Drury -
of Miami is minor child and other relief .
I Vernon if alive. and the unknown 9.
with his has been filed against you In the if alive, \
making his home here spouse of each of them,
above named Court and cause and .OIL S
Mrs.V.. and if any of them be dead, to the :
uncle and aunt, Mr. and you a-e required to serve a copy of unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, .
to the
your answer or
I Forsythe. He is attending complaint on the Plaintiff's grantees: legatees, assignees, credi- ;J
Ii Samuel W. Getzen, P. tors and other claimants by.
Heights. Attorney
_. Keystone O. Box 81.. Gainesville.. Florida through, under or against each andevtry You can't beat .
above named
and file the original In the office of of the persons
deceased to The Land
who are ;
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
OTICE OP INTFATIOV TO or before the Mortgage Bank of Florida, Ltd., of
REGiSTER t'IC1'ITI8"S XAMUNotice 9 day of November, 1953; England, and all persons interestedin
is hereby gnen that the otherwise the allegations of said such organization. Thurber Why- I
undersigned under the provisionsof Complaint will be taken as confessed land Company (Incorporated) ef the
Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida. I by you. City of New York, a corporation, andif
Acts of 1941. will register with the I This notice shall .,e publishedonce dissolved all persons interestedin
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for each week for four consecutive such organization; and to all per CROWN
Btadford Cwunty. State of Florida, I weeks in the E'radford County Telegraph sons having or claiming any inter-
receipt of proof of publicationof est in the following described lands
upon this notice, the fictitious name Dated this :2! day of October, 1953. situate in Bradford County County
of Miller-Baker Co.. under which we (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Florida, to-wit: .
1 engaged in business at 450 La- Clerk of the Circuit Court Lots A, B, C and D of Block 2 .
are fayette St., Starke. Fla. Sole own- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk of Wynn's Addition to Starke as
ers: Walter It. Miller and wife Char- 10/9 4t 10/30 per plat recorded in Deed BookE
lotte M. .Miller, 450' Lafayette St.. at page 171 of the public records for low-cost .
of Bradford County Flori- k
Made with Starke. Fla. NOTICE TO APPEAR
Ready to serve. Dated this 2nd day of October IB Circuit Court. Bradford Conntr, da: also described as: Beginningat gA 1
\ fresh frozen strawberries in A.D.. 195S. at Starke, Bradford County Florida I. Chancery.Jan an iron stake set at the intersection 'a L'
Florida. A. Williams, Plaintiff, vs. Grace of the Southerly line of
syrup between two layers of 10/2 4t 10/23 J. Williams Defendant.Case. :Madison Street with the Easterly -
smooth Borden's ice cream.. No. 10-105 line of Orange Street, in the transportation
of Starke, Florida thencerun
NOTICE TO APPEAR Notice To Appear.To .
Six generous servings. la Circuit Court. Bradford County, : Grace J. Williams, whose residence South 72:! degrees 3 minutes _
East and along the South line of
Florida la Chancery.Leonides1 and address is: Unknown.You
M. Ko.ado. Plaintiff, ,s. are hereby notified that a Madison Street for a distance of Mc'
Jennie I osado. Defendant.Case suit for 119.10 feet, to a concrete monu-
& No. 10-120 Divorcehas ment, thence run South 24 degrees -
0/1 reus FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY Notice To Appears been filed against you in the 20 minutes West for a distance !.,

'- AT MOST3WI1DEALERS'V To: Jennie Kosado, whose residence above named Court and cause and of 210 feet thence run ,. .... _
and address is: Mt. Keep. Glen I you are required to serve a copy of North 72 degrees 3 minutes West 5 S
Gardner New Jersey. your answer or pleading to the complaint -
You are hereby notified that a on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYThis _

Divorcehas and file the original In the officeof -,",...
been filed against you In the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on riI.. ?
I above named Court and cause and or before the 2 day of November,
you are required to serve a copy of 1953; otherwise the allegations of
1aLJ; & U@1 your answer or pleading to the complaint said Complaint will be taken as confessed 4r.S. i;!
J on the Plaintiffs AttorneyLloyd by you. i"
WAS THE FIRST CHARTERED BANK OF MODERN Bass, 301: Clark Building, This notice still be publishedonce 4 :
Jacksonville. Florida each week for four consecutive .
TIMES/ ESTABLISHED IN 1157, IT and file the original in the offioe of weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph. ;
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or .
FLOURISHED WHILE VENCEMiSTRES5 before the 9 day of November, 1953; Dated this 30 day of September, : ., e : ,. .,
otherwise the allegations of said 1953. I
OF THE SEAS,BECAME AGREAT Complaint will be taken as confessed (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
EUROPEAN b. G by you Clerk of the Circuit Court
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This notice shall be
POWER.iJLJL publishedonce By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
V2ft3tfESH each week for four consecutive 10/2 4t 10/23: ..
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- *

graph.Dated this 6 \OTICE APPEAR "Wo wonder it's the
day of October 1953.
7rI 'r (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby In Circuit Court Bradford County,
Clerk Florida I la Chancery.George
I I4 of the Circuit Court.
By Marian I.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk T. Moss.. Plaintiff, vs. Mar
tha P. Moss, Defendant.Case.
10/9 41.10/30
No. 10-118 is Scratch! 1 "

1'T -: .4 X'I..f'To: :Martha To Appear P. Moss whose' residence Ho. Regular priced gasoline in florida!

and address is: Raleigh,
LET US FILE YOUR SAWon North Carolina. .
I YES SCRATCH ..the place
You are hereby notified that a #&: :r'N
our NewFoleyAUTOMATIC suit for from which you will have to
/ S : Divorcehas 'N\\ fill of CROWN GASOLINE! Let it show why
Try a you
I been filed other disasterdestro.s
SAW FILER against you In the start if fire or
I above named Court and cause" and in the
pw it's the largest-selling economy gasoline
you are required to serve a copy of your home and \

Our banking sen-ices are a product of really modern They'll C11i \ your answer on the.or Plaintiffs pleading to Attorney the complaint everything in it. 9 '. \ area served by Standard Oil dealers. At regular price

i like new wtenffiled Lloyd Bass. 302 Clark Building.
times. The greatness and strength of our nation is ar I on our' Jacksonville, Florida I \ you get the balanced volatility you need for smooth-

precision ma- and the Clerk file the of original the Circuit In the Court office on or of Would your present insur- r \ Sowing power, quick getaway, and long mileage.

reflection of the fact that we have the strongest banking 4 chine. In a before the 9 day of November 1953; ance give you the helpyou'd

3 fe oWminutes otherwise the allegations of said 1* \ CROWN GASOLINE today is the best ever
system in the world. Complaint will be taken as confess need to rebuild "fromscratch"
you'll have ed by you I in the
g Refined
offered Southern motorists.
notice shall be publishedonce ? Let us help you
saws that cut cleaner, truer, each week for four
I I I faster. Bring your saws in weeks. in the. Bradford County Tele to make sure NOW. L I South, currently changed to fit the seasons

today you'll like our speedy grapb.Dated this C day of Ottober. 1953 I its superior base stock makes it your best

texvice (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby '
Clerk La 'investment in low-cost transportation!
I of the Circuit Court.
By Marian L. ___I_______.
Crosby Deputy Clerk



FLORIDA BANK at STARKE I KNIVES, SISSORS ETC. la Florida Circuit I.Conrt.Chancery.Bradford County

'tt =i IS Rufus A. Turlington. Plaintiff, vs.'
All New Equipment I Iietta Arlene Turlington. Defendant Phone 146

Member Florida National Group CALVIN JOHNS I Sot Ice To Appear. CaseN 10-102 200 E. Call Street i OIL

To: Ixetu. Arlene Turlington,
465 N. Water St. whose residence and address Is: Un StarkeLAAALAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAL '
Tour are .
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Methodists To Observe 90th Birthday MtfffYYTTTYYTYTTTVTTTTVLONG TTTTTTTVtfMMTfTVTTTTTT hospital in Orlando. Visiting him Carmichael and daughter, Sandra,

Sunday were his wife and daughter and Wanda Norman accompanied

With Church Basket Dinner SundayThe BRANCH I PINE LEVELby Mrs., Linda Eldon, Sapp.Tulle. Norman, and Mrs. Shultz home Sunday after-

rlCHURCHES First Methodist Church of "b.I "" by Mrs J. L Stricklandand Mrs. II. M. McRaetAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAA. Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Normanand noon.Mrs.. R. L. Morgan is on the

Starke will observe its 90th An- 'j.t' daughter, Wanda, Mr. and sick list this week.
niversary on Sunday, Oct. 25. W" ,xYp "< Mrs. Levy Norman, and Eldon The T. N. Normans entertained

The Ret. John J. Rooks, pastorof t. '> ws Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and Sapp were business visitors to 'Friday, Oct. 14, with a party for
:;; Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas
the Heights Methodist and Gainesville Friday.Mr. .
their Gerald it his 13th
PTA son being
Elects Officers
children of !
Presbyterian ChurchFriday At The Tabernacle Church in Lakeland, will preachthe Brooker visited Mr. : and Mrs. Barney Eggersand !birthday. Games were played in
The Clay Hill PTA met at the and Mrs. Dan Lewis at
anniversary sermon. Mr. Kingsland, children of Jacksonville visi-
which Miss and Vernon
Ruby Teston -
23 Junior Choir Harold Brooks of Park of the school house on Oct. 13 at 7:30p. Ga. last Sunday. I
Oct. ,
I Rooks lived in the Starke Meth- : ted relatives here last weekend. Rhoden won prizes. Refreshments -
practice, 3:30: p. m. I Palms brought Bible studies at :odist Parsonage as a boy while m. with nine members present. Those who visited Benny Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Normanof I were served by the hostess.
J. T. Albritton presided, and Mrs. Rae, who is in boot at Par- I
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morn both the morning and evening his father, the late Rev. E. M. camp Hampton visited his mother,
I Roddy served as secretary. The ris Island S.
C., few
ing Worship 11 a. m. "A Lessonin services in the Tabernacle last II Rooks, was the pastor of the following were elected: Nettie were his mother, a Mrs. B. M. Mc-ago Mrs. Leroy,Norman, Sunday night. To +

Faith". Youth Fellowship 6.-30 I I Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E.. L: Johns Starke Church. He has just re- Carter president; Mrs. Roddy. Rae, his brothei>-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Billy Crawford Illru
turned from a trip to Palestineand b\-OS
p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m., attended the weekend servicesand vice president; Mrs. Jack Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton, announce the arrival of a son on !
show of the
pictures October 18 in Palatka .
secretary Mrs. Fred Lang, and a hospital.Mrs.
"The Christians Hope". Recreation ; Benny's wife and little daughter -
Mr. Johns taught the Adult Holy Land at the 7:30 p. m. serv-
period for Youth Fellowships,! treasurer. It was decided to do- Marcia Ann, of Brooker Ted Shultz of Jacksonville :,C GMh

8:30 p., m.Tuesday. : Class in Bible School Sunday afternoon ice.All three choirs of the Starke Y 0 ,., nate $s0 to the doctors clinic at Shirley and Lynn McRae, and Cleo spent the weekend with her mother '
", Middleburg. Those who wish to Thornton.Mr. Mrs. Delores Carmichael. Mrs.
Women uqwe Musun-suii FIST ham
Oct. 27, the Methodist Church will sing at :
of the Church will meet, 8 p; m. Visitors from as far away as the 11 o'clock church service with '. contribute may contact Mrs: Jack and Mrs. J. L. Stephens and
t Montana viewed the famous oil Wilkinson. The PTA will meet grandson of Orange Park visited
church extension
Special program, Mrs. W. L. Edwards of Jackson- (:, -:
:Mrs. W. L. Cooper, chairman, 'pre painting "The Feast of Belshaz- ville as guest soloist. J-""'"I. : again on November 10 and every his uncle and aunt, the H. M.: Mc-

siding. zar", at the Tabernacle duringthe Following the Sunday morning '<,: -... parent is urged to attend. Raes, and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Mc-

week. Ebenezer Church Accepted Rae last .
Wednesday, Oct. 28 Prayer service an old fashioned basket ,
Our little church, Ebenezer. and Mrs. B. E. Eggers and
:Meeting and fourth study in dinner will be enjoyed by the congregation Rev. John J. Rooks new INTEGRITY
I was accepted into the Black children of Jacksonville, and Mr.
"Jacob's Ladder", 7:30 p. m. Adult Church ef Christ on the church grounds. and Dr. and Mrs. T. Arthur Mos-,
Creek Association of Missionary and Mrs. E. C. and sons, and
Cho'r practice 8 p. m. Corner 10th and McMahon: Every family will bring a basket ley, all of Jacksonville; Mrs. E. ,
f I Baptist Churches at the annual Gerald Norman, all of Heilbronn, of conduct and dealing with better
Thursday, Oct. 29, The :Men of dinner and the food will be spread M. Rooks, and :Mrs. J. T. Guy,I
the Church will have Preaching-11 A. M and 7Sl on the tables in the recreation Gainesville; A. F. Phillips, Tal- meeting held in Baldwin recently. were Saturday evening dinner thoughtfulness and economy in all
a supper P. :M. Those attending from Ebenezer guests of the B. M. McRae family.Mr. t
meeting at the Gold House Rest- I hall. lahassee; Mr. and Mrs. E. \I. our serving these mark the reput-
V. E. Thornton
were Lottie Starling. Lillian Pad- : and Mrs.
and Bible Stud
Meeting ) Sunday afternoon at 2:30
Prayer and
a Rooks. Alachua; and Rev.
aurant, 7 p, m. each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. service of praise and thanksgiving :Mrs. John J. Rooks and family,: gett, Mrs. Fleda Prescott, and Mrs. Loran Osteen, and \he H. able quality of this well known firm.DeWITT .

Bible School-10 A. M. will be conducted in the sanc- Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Padgett and M. McRaes were dinner guests of
St. Edward's Church son, William. Attending from Mr. and Mrs. Carl' Thornton and
tuary. The 90 years historical The opening service of worship: C. JONESPhone

Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. Christian ChurchBible record will be reviewed by the I was held in the new sanctuary on Long Branch were Daisy Lang, family Sunday. They were accom- 7 Starke
Minnie Moore Mr. and Mrs. Miss Greta Fay Fla.
Weekday Mass T:30: a.m. I pastor, Rev. Thomas G. Mitchelland Sunday, Oct. 14, 1951. Bishop panied home by t Is S...114 ....+.......
Children's Class Saturday 11 School 9:45: a. ra. Worship greetings will be brought by John Branscomb was the guest Boone. and Bud Harris. Percy Thornton.Mr. .
I Knight was elected as Moderatorfor and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur
former pastors and their families, for the
a. m. Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. preacher first anniversaryof
the next term. and Mr. and Mrs. Moore of Orlando -
Keystone Heights m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday and district superintendents. the new sanctuary in 1952. Mr.'I local funeral home enables as to offer conveniences aM
(Women's dub) 7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, Among the special guests ex- According to earliest, records. Mrs. Sapp from Hickory Grove visited Lavon's parents services not otherwise available.We .
to attend the Church at Green Cove visited with and Mrs. R. M, Alvarez, Sunday.
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Minister. pected anniversaryare the Starke Methodist Church had
Acting Governor and :Mrs. the Ebenezer congregation the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haislop and .
Confessions before all Masses. its beginning a small log build- I II. 4 I
\ Charley E. Johns and night of the ice cream and, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez attended -
HAMPTON family ing on North Church St., at the supper
furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and
Deland Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Chur hwell. location of the said she gets plenty of good i the sing at
Church of God CIIRISTLCIIURCII present parsonage.The III of accept ANY life insurance policy in force, issied by ANY
Mr. and Mrs. John Pugsley
:Mrs. W. A. Fischer, Mrs. T. L. Z. land was given by Capt. and laughs from my writings. Well, 1
Island, N. Y. were recent : company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral.
Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship Barr, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin W. Mrs. John C. Richard. Starke was here's another chuckle: Long
,Sunday School 10, a.m. MornIng visitors of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc- Consultation carries no obligation.
The Skunk Hunt!
Service: 11 a. m.; Youth Program Rooks, Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Hunt. then a pioneer settlement six ,
Worship 11 a.m. Evening 6:30 p. m. Evening Service 7:30p. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards. years old.daughter. Qne night last week our dog I Rae.YYYYTYYYYYYflTTTfftYYYY. -
Service 7:30 YPE Service
m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon, pastor. I Spot woke us up and from the
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting HEILBRONN of the Moores, also spent way he was carrying on Jim said *

7:30 p.m. Thursday. WOOD LA WN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH the weekend with them. "Spot's: after a skunk!" We ran

I Lawtey BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore of out in the yard and, sure enough. HEILBRONN I t ti 9 PIECE

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning LAWTEY, FLA. Jacksonville visited his father. J. Spot and Mr. Skunk were under
ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo I H. Moore 'round and 'round.I .
and Mr. and Mrs. Tom the house going A
ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m. 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer I'' Casey Sunday. ran back in the house and grab-. by NormanIAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAJ I
6:15 BTU 6:45: : prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. BEDROOM
preaching. Mrs. Earl Hatcher and children bed the gun and one shell. Jim
I service, 7 o'clock song services, Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. shoot the thing
not to
St. Mark's Episcopal Beverly, Sandra, and George, of yelled Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt is sick ana
7:30 evening services. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Tampa spent from Friday to Sun- under the house. About that time
Rev. Raymond E. MacBlain has been unable to be in servicesfor
Schedule of Services SEVENTH DAY LAWTEY, FLA. day with her brother, P. L. Din- Spot and the skunk tangled up':I the past two weeks. Rev. H. C. GROUP

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach kins and family. Other guests in and the varmint perfumed our Martin has, filled the pulpit in

SUNDAYS ADVENTIST CHURCH old ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek the Dinkins home during the dog till old Spot had to stop his absence. We wish our pastora Phone 80 Starke Fla.

9:45 a.m., Church School 11 Services each Sabbath in service Wednesday 7:3> p. m. weekend included Mr. and Mrs. fighting and roll around on the speedy recovery.
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. ,Sab- ( while. Jim ran back in-
ft.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; A. E. Massey, pastor. Paul Dinkins, Jr. of Anthony, and ground a The Ladies Adult Class will WAS
6:30 p.m., Young People's Service bath School 2 p.m. Preachingeach I Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox, Miss to the house to get his hunting have charge of Ha program in Sunday 1-BED 169.95ICHEST

I League. second and fourth Sabbaths Y .. Adel Dinkins, Mr. and Mrs. Casey light and put his pants on. I kept School Sunday morning. It

HOLY COMMUNION1st 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. ynyyLMVTEY .I Dinkins and son Jimmy, all of trying and finally got the drop on will be on Stewardship. VANITY

Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. 'I Jacksonville.Mr. the thing and shot it before it .Leroy Norman is confined'to a I-VANITYBEKCII '

7:30 Everyone welcome.. and Mrs. Frank Sweat of could perfume the place any more,: NOW' 13995'IlIATIRESS
i ; a.m.FRIDAY than it already had. When Jom',. TTfTTTTTTTTTTfYYYVVTYTVfWHERE
Jacksonville 1 COIL
by L II. Futch were weekend( guestsof -
7:30 pjn. Litany &,Meditation PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Mrs. Sweat's parents, Mr. and finally got his pants on and came rake TRAINING AND 1-BED SPREAD
CHURCH AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASunday back out he got the garden
8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. Mrs. C. F. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. EXPERIENCE COUNTIf 2-PILLOWS '
School 10 a.m. and tried to drag the skunk out
Sunday guests of the H. C. Har- Paul Dinkins Jr. of Anthony also
Morning Service 11 a.m. visited the Carters tram under the house, but Spot you need a truss or surgical
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH ley family were Mr. and Mrs. during the
TIIERESSA Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Quinn and Mrs. Clyde Starlingand weekend.Mr. had a better plan. He grabbedMr. support, you cannot afford to
in his mouth and pitched -
Meetings Wednesday
Sunday School 10 al: m.; Preach- Prayer son, Leroy, all of Avon Park. and Mrs. Frank Rowe and Two take a chance with your health
in Jim's face!
7:45 Saturday nigh him
ing Service 11 a. nx; Training night p.m. Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. is spend- son Richard of Macclenny were days later Clarence Lang came by being improperly fitted.

Union 7 p. m.; Evening Service CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST ing this week at the home of her Sunday guests of 'Mrs. Rowe's over here for something and said Here at Canova Prescription

8 p. m. LATTER DAY SAINT son! A. H. Harley, Jr. being called sister, Mrs. T. L. Wainwright, and he could still smell the thing and Center, we have trained tech-

"A church earnestly contending there last Sunday because of the family. wondered how long it would last.I nicians, both male and female, -a p

for the Faith which was once delivered Services each Sunday in old MaSunday- illness of Mr. Harley.D. I Miss! Arthurine Blanchard of noticed several weeks ago in to serve you.Remember z v r rc
unto the Saints." -Jude sonic Hall on E. Calls St. W. Starling and Ralph Dar- Jacksonville spent the weekend "Clay Hill Echoes" where Lura your health and

3. A welcome awaits you. School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv- ley were business visitors to Tif- with her father A. M. Blanchard. Mohr said if your dog runs in- comfort
welcome. ton, Ga. on Monday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede of depend on expert
J Merle Packman, pastor. ice 6:30: p.m. Everyone to a skunk and gets all perfumedup
Marvin Warren of Eglin AirBase Jacksonville were calling on of tomatoesand ..

near Pensacola spent from friends in Lawtey Sunday after just wash open him a good.quart She says this: fitting.CANOVA ., 'rs J

Friday to Sunday with his par- noon. I will remove the odor. Well, if this s r
Misses Idell and Betty Durbar Similar Too
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren.On here .
of Jacksonville spent the weekend happens again around we PRESCRIPTION CENTEI 4
Mr. and Mrs.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke Sunday be all in tomatoes!
might bathing Above Picture
Warren, accompanied by Mrs. !:with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. PHONE 4202
Harris was out our way
Du'rban.A Sidney
Leslie Bradley and children of Ed Saturday hog hunting. We got (Near. Hospital) ;6 I

Starke, accompanied Marvin to birthday dinner was enjoyed shut for him. Gainesville 'Fla.fAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ.
It four of his hogs up ,
at the home C. W. Tatum last
his back to the .
I I I I I 1 I II Lake City on way II The Mystery Tree
Base. Sunday when'members of his
I assembled to honor I We have 'a volunteer pecan tree .
family theirfattier
David Kelley of Gainesville on our place that is kind of a.
on his 73rd birthday. A"
Jefferson and Court Streets -'in The Heart of Town spent the weekend with his par- of his children, except one son mystery. The nuts are small- 'DELUXE
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelley. shaped more like a hazel nut; the
I who lives in Alabama and was I
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Markhamand unable to attend, were present ant meat looks like a hickory nut. MODEL Magic Chef Range

I I small son, Danny Rowe, of all the grandchildren were with and tastes like a pecan, hickoryand 78

I Sr_ssrsrr f jf" f rT-m f rf-*r rr Jf-f-*"-*"-*"m, f r f f t i.r f f f f Gainesville were weekend guestsof black walnut," all combinedWe
I her Mr. and :Mrs. D. him.Home
kind of
parents just wonder
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Coming at the Methodist
W. Starling.Mrs. Church last Sunday was a pro- nuts they are, where they come *

.Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. L. H. Hill of Ft. Myers nounced success. The programwas from, and how the tree got whereit

spent the weekend at her home well planned and carried out is. If anyone can name it for o -

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. here.Mrs. accordingly, the special music us we would appreciate it. Exclusive Features'

Noah Yarbrough of Jacksonville was enjoyed by all, and Dr. Scuddor's -
spent Saturday with rela- message was very inspira-
tives in Lawtey.Mrs. tional and equally appropriate to way you write. Come in and select Exclusive! Two top burners and

Beulah Revels of Palatka the ocassion. He commented: your favorite ESTERBROOK drip tray all in one unit. Catches
lake Your Family To.Church Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at lifts like feather,
I visited relatives in Lawtey Sun- "Though I see only one familiar spillovers, a

A WORD FOR and Sunday School Sunday. day afternoon. i face, Ma Perkins who is a special BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- washes like a plate Burners are

Do Your Part For God friend of mine, I am happy to be GRAPe, non-clog, simmer-set. Instant,
AMERIC d Mr. and MrsG.. W. Roberts,
And Our Country.HAMPTON. here." And we were indeed happv automatic top lighting.
Or Agrt Jr. moved recently to Savannah, yy..YY..y..y.yy' VCHARLEY ...
o oy %
9 to have him. Another highlight of
t Ga. to make their home where SWING OUT BROILERExclusl..e
5 a + the occasion, was having presentMrs.
Mr. Roberts has accepted employ- door and the
1 tr ttrto Catherine Teare, J. H. Moore, Open the
t b 0 t 3 ment. and A. M. Blanchard, all three of broiler swings out, ready for use.Convenient .

S First Baptist'Church Mrs. G. W, Roberts Sr. accomp- whom can, almost, be classed as smokeless. Fun to fix

Cg 0 ou. Bob Gray, Pastor anied her sister, Mrs. Merrill charter residents of the town. Al- sizzling, savory steaks.GUARANTEED.
{ y Struth, of Starke to Lakeland
oe so present in to a specialinvitation
response ,
bC Alfa Bible School 10 A
Wednesday of last week where were several membersof .
Sermon Subject: 11 A.M. Each range is guaranteed for one
they spent the day with their
the Archer Methodist Church =--- -
"PIDDLING AROUND"B.T.U. aunt, Mrs. Perry, who is critically year against defects in workman
which forms the other half of the :;-
6:30: P.M. ill in her home there. Lawtey-Archer Charge and is also ship or material. Burners are.
guaranteed for life.
Mrs. Lizzie Prevatt and son, pastored by Rev. Purga. At the
Hear This the Pastor Nite 7:30
Message by Sunday Charles, spent the weekend in lunch hour a picnic dinner was

Jacksonville with her daughter, served on the church lawn with f J

"LIVING IN A DUPLEX"HERB Mrs. Noah Yarbrough, and fami plenty for all present and more. '

I)'. Out of town guests included many
Priced As Low As I
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roberts of members and friends of the churchin II

St. George, Ga; Dr. Earl Roberts former years. This is conceded
and son, Keith, of Jacksonville to be one of the best home com- E. JOHNS & SON

Beach; Mrs. Pauline Torode, Mrs. ings the church has experienced.

THOMAS RESTAURANT J.v.. Andrews Sr. Mrs. Leon r about this questionWe Plus

Moorer and daughter, Lee, Mr. ._ ._- 0 _' $205 Your

301 1.2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301 and :Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. Let Us Thoroughly are all so shocked when Old
Louise Moore all of Starke; and
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miner and I the radio or newspaper tells ofa Range

Regular Meals Weekly Specials son of Jacksonville spent Sunday Wash Your Clothes : home burning to the ground, .

Fountain Service afternoon Lawtey.'\"isitingith relativesin 9 Pounds ;and children burning to death.If NO MONEY DOWNUSE

we put real vigor? into this
Mrs. J. G.
Godwin and
grandson -
SPECIALSUNDAY Jimmy B. Godwin, of the Fire Inspection Program and

State Farm were visiting her FREE Bleach If Desired! really remedy the fire hazards TUNE IS ON WRUF / FOR PAYMENTCompletely
DINNERS mother, Mrs. V. R. Reddish Sun-
that are uncovered, isn't it FOR Installed

day.Mrs.. Bryant Reddish returned possible that some family may

THOMAS home last Saturday after spend- We Will be spared a fire tragedy rightin SONS OF THEPIONEERS LONG TERMS TO PAY

ing some time in Jacksonville
our own community?
where she had been called becauseof Dry Your Clothes Payments As Low As $8.71 Per Month

GARAGE & SERVICE STATIONOPEN the critical illness of her moth- For 20c _ _ _

er.Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. Durhamof Daily 12:30 12:15: 1 CYLINDER GAS FREE !
E. Joims&SonAgency
24 HOURS Jacksonville were visiting her I In New Automatic Driers Charley

sisters, Mrs. Joyce Pitch and Miss
EXPERT REPAIRS Elizabeth Terry, Sunday.Mr. i

WRECKER SERVICE &..In.and Jody Mrs., of Wesley Hendersonville Thomasand The Washeteria CENTRAL FLA. GAS & APPLIANCE CO.

N. C. are spending some time with I ,
Mrs. Thomas's Mr. and Temple Are. Starke II
211-J STARKE, FLA. parents I
Mrs. W. F. Moore. Mrs. Seeber 13 Starke, STARKE, FLA.

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real knock-down of the rats. Noris I Department and F. F. A. and ensuing two years as trustees for This notice shall be published :

" Rat Program the program for farmers alone.I F. H. A. Clubs in cooperation with B Squad To Play said school district. I once each week for four consecutive!lAUys. for Pit. _____ 10/2J U. U/iS
Susie Bradford \ The millage for the ensuing biennium -, weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
AU householders and businesses the U. S. Service. for said Special Tax School graph. la TO

are invited and urged to partici- 6-7 has been set as the dates Ketterlinus Here District No. 1 shall also be votedon Dated this 21 day of October. US:. I i I Florida Circuit la Court Ckaarerr.Bradford Cooaty.

Warfarin will be sale at the and determined at the same time, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby]I Eugene
(Continued from page one) pate. on as prescribed The Kay, Plaintiff, vs. Jaqueline -
by law. County Clerk of
tne Circuit Court.
The Bradford County "'RatBanquet" various. stores.A Another victory was scored for Next Tuesday Board of Public Instruction. In accordance By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I II .Kay'. Defendant.. Case No.
It has been pointed out that the B. H. S. Tornadoes last Friday with the provisions of Sec. 10/22 4t 11/13 To 10149Notice
is being sponsored locally wag writing in to a farm 230.23 (12) (a). Florida School Laws i AppearsTo
sporadic efforts here and, there rnagazine asked the question: night when they beat New The Bradford Tornado Junior 1946. has determined that the minimum J.l Clrmlt Coart. Bradford County : Jacqueline Kay. whose residence
Farm and Home and address is 11312Itii
the :
by County SmyrnaBeach by a score of 13-<). millage assessment for the Florida la raaaeery.
of avail.
individuals are no
by "Are these rats we're after Republicans Street, Cambria Heights Li Island
Varsity football team lost: their Mamie K. 'ig
ensulig for the Steed Plaintiff
Extension support Green
has to their Agent the State Agricultural .It was afverygood game, and we vs. New York.
put poison
Everyone Democrats or the first of :six scheduled to the and maintenance of all the public A. Steed Defendant.
I out at the same time to effect a Service the County Health Socialist variety?" ; saw quite a' few people from PaIatka Juniors games schools within the ftiid district to Case No. 10146Order You suit are for hereby divorce notified that a
Thursday night of
be: Of Publication And Notice
Starke there. The 'band from To. has been filed against '.. thf
The magazine's answer: "Rats last week by a score of 20-0. District Current School Appear; State Of Florida Tot
Starke did not get to go because Funds _________ 7 mills Green A. Steed. whose residenceand above named Court and cause and
are non-partisan, non-sectarian, The visiting B squad picked you are required to serve- cop of
up School address
there not E'uildlng and Bus is: Unknown.
non-essential and NONPROFIT.They was enough seating two early first quarter scores and Reserve Fund _n__ 2 mills You are required to appear on I your answer" or pleading to the > ->m-
ELECTRIC SERVICE plaint the Plaintiff
WINKLER on Attorney
space ; The ballot shall be follows November 23,
as : 1953 in the abovenamed
should be NON-EXISTENT. then another in the third period. SPECIAL I T. Frank Landrum. Starke
cause wherein 5'
Seniors real
of their Florida
are proud -
4Rotary The Maroon B squad hAd a distinct DISTRICT. I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
and file the in the nttlse;
identification original
'cards received this. advantage over the locals, as the BRADFORD COr.NTV. FLORID County Telegraph shall publish this of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Hears Gore Special Tax: School Diatrlrt Klrrtion Order In next four .
weekly issues.
fNIT1' wee,. The card has the name of on or before the 23 day of Novembe'
I visitors were playing their third fur Bradford Count- Florida held Witness my hand and official sealat 1953, ,
the student and states that otherwise the allegations of
they I Notrmbrr 3, 1B.1t Starke Florida, this October
of the season and some 21. said ,
game were Complaint will be taken as >nfessed -
Discuss SafetyEarl are entitled to all senior privileges. I. Ballot for Tni.lrr of tar District 1953. .
by you.Dated _
seasoned players, having played on I Instruction to voters: Indicate' yoarchoice (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbY "
this 21 day of October. Ifo
I Have you seen the football the B squad last year. by marking an "X" after the As Clerk of said Court (OFFICIAL
I ) Charles A. Darby
RADIO examiner with pins? The junior class is selling; name of the person or persons of By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I Clerk of the Circuit C"uiBy
Gore, an Coaches Hurst and Jones are i your choice for the position as Zaoh H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Bldg.,
Marian Clerk.
pins with the red and rib- I L. Crosby Depute-
gray I
or by writing in Jacksonville
the State Highway Patrol and working with a bunch of the name Florida. 10 23 4t 11That's '"
AND bon on them. Written on the pinis greenhorns of the person or persons of your [
safety chairman of the Palatka not one choice for the -
J1 ever having playedin position and marking i
Tornadoes be
so sure and
Jaycees spoke at Rotary Club a football before an "X- thereafter. VOTE FUJI I!
game so the Our
TELEVISIONSales one. This is one way that everyone THREE PERSONS: I Business I
I Wednesday in connection with the will know which team Tornado B boys are gaining valuable L. F (Monk) Dinkins ___ __un i GLASS 4

club's recent decision to sponsora we are experience that will help them A. L. Green -_____________ ______ If It's Glass We Have It!
council yelling for. O. J. Phillips __________ ______ ;
people's safety ,
;; youn and the Tornado varsity in later -------------------------- ; /J CALL WRITE or VISIT
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in the local high school. Beta Club members spent the ;I -
I The described the morning in Lake Butler, this i years. --------- ----------- -------- ;
speaker or- ----------------- ------ -
and Service \ganization of a similar group in I Thursday. They helped Lake But-i I local Game statistics showed that the 2. Ballot for"lIIa&e>rb ol I.ey Tat DMrirt WI Joe Peters Glass Co.

1 Palatka and other towns in the ler organize a Beta Club. The boys were outplayed, but Joe Instruction to voters: Indicate by RT

224 N.1Temple, Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida i state and told how they had been i president of the club has also Harden, on the line, Harold Godwin line marking a.. "X" in the space after \ V FOR ANY GLASS NEED
\ as line backer and Edward one whether you favor the proposed Trc; We Design Modern Store Fronts
:very effective in promoting better: sent out invitp:ions for the new nnll.ige levy which is necessary -

I I(driving habits among boys and i iI members of the! club. Akridge, on offense were stand- for the approved school term. Just Mail Us A Pattern for

:I girls of high school age. The annual staff is being kept outs. L. A. Mott intercepted three If the you levy favor you a favor different after line levy two write: Table Tops

Sell It Rent It Trade It I.L Farm Bureau have busy arrived here lately.for the The rest pictures of the otheer.Palatka .passes.. and Akridge an- Estimated.4. Il.lrlrt millage regular No. 1 levy Current term required: Fund:for 318 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville. Fla. Phone 435.3 ,

LI J school. Now comes the job of separating Thursday mght the B squad 1. 7 mills ---_______--__ _

TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow I I To Hold MeetingsIn the pictures and getting traveled to Jacksonville Beach to 2.B. District Other millage>o. 1 Building levy __ and Hun

WITH A them to the right teacher. play the Fletcher Junior Varsity.Next Reserve Fund.
Teen-Town is planning a dance Tuesday night Ketterlinus B Estimated millage levy required for DEEP
regular term: i FREEZE BABY BEEF
Rates Good Results Easy To Place In connection with the member. for Hallowe'en, so be sure and squad will be here for a game. 1. 2 mills ,
make plans to come. All sorts Other millage levy _

20 WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION 50c ship drive currently being stagedby I I l entertainment has been plan- The Bradford Board of County Public, Florida Instruction 'Slaughtered to your order. Pick out the one you like.

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c the Bradford County Farm 1 I ned for October 31. vIlryyy YYYTTT.yyyyyy.yyyYBROOKER H.County P. Morgan. I We im.iteOU to visit and inspect the conditions with I

Bureau of the will]i The officers of the Student Superintendent.
meetings group which meat is handled.
Dls'orST OF 15 PER CENT OV TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS 1016; 3t 10,30 your
'( Council were in Lawtey last Fri-
-- be held in various parts of the I -

35e ADDITIOVAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS J.OT PAID IV ADVANCEMEMORIANS county during the next few weeks. 'day.I The council is trying to help NOTICE TO APPEAR PRICES VERY REASONABLE
Lawtey start it's own council. Circuit Court. Bradford Count/
CARD Of THANKS, RESOLUTIONS- 20c PER LINE The first in the series of out-of- i The officers from will to; Grace G. Bigham.a..a..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A.4 Florida In Chnncrr'
here po Irving )f. Lax, vs. Renee Lax. De SANTE FE STOCK
(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) town meetings will be held in the 1:several of the meetings that Law- fendant. Case No. 10-140 I \
I Ioti.
AAAA.a..A., \ ..
I II I Brooker community center on tey will have to help them." I. So that all To: Renee ToPPf'.r.Lax. whose residence i Phone Keystone Heights 3571 or P. 0. Starke Fla. :
I I of the is.I might. see the com and address I ,
:FOR SALE-G. E. refrigerator Oct. 27, at 7:30 p.m. The Biggest 'news week is: Unknown.
I practically new. Call 306 or UI-JI I the election 'of the candidates for pletion of the parsonage redecorating Ypu are hereby notified that a .
CHOICE LOTSI I Charley Oakes. Itchg second meeting will be held Tues I program, Rev. and Mrs. suit for Divorce has been filed .-''':, -- :' <:, >- .:', .:'..-:--',; : ;-.: ..:::. :_- ::...:::::: -....::::" ">
I I Miss Bradford. The candidates ; against you In the above named
> fca.. raeir lots 6a >ew Blaad- I Nov. 3 In the Heilbronn S. F. Beard will -hold o>-.rt and
day, ,
Sales cause and
for aale with at.trartite WANTED- Lady. Write DH ate: Ann Crosby, senior: Sue open house.5 you are re ----. -e -v-- ,
jag HlKBMar term See sue BOW sad I I Rox 82J Starke. Fla. Itchg I school louse Later meetings]LI Siprelle junior; Joann Slade, Sunday, 2:30-5:30 p.m. quired or to pleading serve a copy to the of complaint your answer ,

pick: out the suite for your fBlarehome VACUUM CLEANERS-New. take I will be scheduled at Lawtey and s phomQe. The freshman class W. M. U. Sectional Day Clinic on the Plaintiff's Attorney.
mire seIrrtiua.
while there U a up payments. Phone 9109 Starke. Starke. had will be held Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Ex. UP $
tfchg not elected a candidate. at November 6 at St: change Building, Jacksonville

J. Wainwright. president of. press time. Augustine. Car pools will leave! Florida. -

A. THOMAS FOK ,SALE- Speed Oueen Washing the Bradford Farm Bureau, extends :- The Senior class also elected Brooker on that date at 7:15 a.m. and the file Clerk the original in the office of ;
of the Circuit Court
Machine good condition. wringer on
HK\L ESTATE DEALER :it type $60. See. Eston Jordan. a cordial invitation to anyone their Senior Sponsors Jor' the Those desiring transportation: I or before the23day

.:o-t Temple Ave. Phoae ltchg interested to attend ,these ihqmecoming game. "l'heyare: please ontact Mrs. James W,. of November, 1953;
Starke, Florida the allegations of said
THERE" ARE LOT OF 'MILES left meetings. Nancy duPre, Kathy Kelly. 'Agnes, Thomas or Mrs. Wilson Green b,, Complaiit will be taken as con

in these Used Tires. Priced Right. ... : Sunday Nov. 1. fessed by you. --.-.-.-_ r
HELP WANTED:-Man or Womanto Come see Bob at Gas Station at This notice shall be published' -
distribute Watkins Nationally Farmers Market. Starke. Fla. Up Home Demonstration County once each week for four consecutive

Advertised Products to established MVING'I Council meeting, Tuesday Oct. 27, weeks graph..In the Bradford County Tell CONFIDENTIALPrompt :
In Starke. Full or ONE SPOTTED BOAR approximately -
customers unlimited.: 10 a.m. at Hampton. Dated this 16 day of October, 1953.
part time. Earnings 60 Ibs. picked up near Heilbronn (OFFICIAL ,
.. .No car or other investment neces- Snrings. Owner contact Sheriff W. M. S. business meeting, Wednesday Clerk SEAL of)the Charles A. Darby

"TV. I will" help you get. started.' Office. Itchg Oct. 28, 3 p.m., Baptist By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Circuit Clerk.Court S -- Friendly Service
Ruble. Dept -3.
C. S :
Write Mr. LOCAL I f .
Safe. Church 10/23 4t
The J. K. WaUlfts Co., Memphis. ADMIRAL REFRIGERATOR like Brooker. 11/13 p-.-flSrrSSrSS snrrnsflnsnsnnrenflnflr
Tenn Itp new. Sell or trade for what you OR Dependable NOTICE TO

have. Stop at Gas station at LONG 311 Lawson, and Francis Dodd. Circuit Court. Bradford APPEARIn I
LOST-Dark frame prescription Farmers Market Starke. Fla. S Economical No football Florida IB Chanpery. STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO.I
colored mn glasses. If found Tb Hammond. ltpVIII DISTANCES game here tonight. i Clara Wilson Plaintiff, vs. Clifford

call %69. ltp R. B. Alvarez OR See you next week E. Wilson, Defendant.Case
PAY CASH for good clean;
Xo. 10-147 Phone 160 In Canova
DeLaval cream separator COTTON Rags. Must be COTTON. -Susie Bradford Notice To Drug
Bradford County Telegraph. tf 250 J
V motor -
used very little 110 To: Clifford E. Wilson whose -
capy. 591 qt$. per hour. Price DeIcher Bios. STORAGE CO. : NOTICE 10 APPEAR residence and address is: Unknown."
$45.00. W. R. Miller, 450 Lafayette FOR S'ALE-5-room house, large _ _c. In Circuit Court. Bradford Coaai), You are herohv notif'' hat us I
SU Starke. P131i_ 10/80 screen porch and bath.,ln' Hamptnn. Floilda IB Chancery. suit for divorce. custody and 1
} -IrA. N'la .tf.hnf' Itn Pauline L.Vise, Plaintiff, vs. control of minor child I' '
HELP WANTED:-Uellable/roan or STORAGE Gordon L.. Wise. Defendant. has been filed against you In the
woman with car to call *n farmers LET J. D. ODOH. JR. Case :Xo. 10-141 above named Court and cause and
In Bradford County f Part or H\NDLE YOUR Notice T. Appear you are required to serve a copy otl a a
full time. No lay-off9., $10 to CATTLE AND HOGS 1 To: Gordon 1* \Wise whose res- your answer or pleading tq the

$2S In.* day.. Xo experience( or Live Oak- Each SALES WednendayGulnrovllle Perryroan Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida idence aid address is: c/o J. D. complaint on the Plaintiff @
capital required. Give references. Parker, 2944 Macon Avenue Bruns- Attorney A. J. Thomas, Jr..
Write McNesa yCtfmpany, Box %761. Each Friday wick, Georgia. Starke, Florida
DeSoto Station, Memphis 2. Tenn. You are hereby notified that a and file the original In the officeof MicrOmet. I
Ztp 10/30 RADIOS REPAIRED suit for the Clerk of the Circuit Courton .

All Make All Model. Divorce and restoration of or before the
I TRRY-8lgn! up for that FREE Reaaoaable charge guaranteed maiden name 23 day of November, 1953; .
GAS at Cumber's Gas Station. CIIAS. C. SHEPHERD bas been filed against you in the otherwise the allegations of said
Ten gallons given away every Saturday 703 W. Call St. Starke Ph. :23 I above named COurt and cause and Complaint will be taKen as confessed u'4
3 p.m. 50 gaL will be given i you are required to serve a copy ofI by you. -
week before Christmas.Last your answer or pleading to the This notice shall 'Ie publish -
away FOR SALE-Boys 26 ln two lucky signatures; JeHse : complaint on the Plalititf's once each week for four consecutive .-
Manning Oct. 5; O. L. Crown. brand new tires and tubes. Mrs. I Attorney Evan T. Evans. 103 weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
.all-kinds, George Kaufmann Cypress-'Vest Law Exchange Building. Jack graph.
Oct. 1%
also burning. CUMBER'S GAS Moreland Sts. .Pinehurst Subdivi sonville Florida Dated this 21 day of October. 1953. \ tit aa4 t

.-.STATION' 1 H ml. north of Starkeon sion. and file the original In the office of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
the Clerk of Clerk of the Circuit Court
301.WASTEDTWO. U>e Circuit Court on
4A 'SPECLtL'GENtI4E or before the By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk FOR flEE FOLDU WRIT TO CALGON, INC. \
gentlemen to room INDIA: 'ORIO'i\ 23 day of November. 1953: 10/23 4t 11/13
and board. $15 per week. Mri. AZALEAS otherwise the allegations of said: HAGAN BUILDING, PITTSBURGH 30, PENNJITIVAMA :
Pate Gannett phone JOT-W. Itchg 10 to 12 larhra 100 for 100BELVEDERE and enjoy 21-inch Complaint will J e taken as conless- NOTICE TO APPEAR
AZALEA 'MHSEHV :3d by you. IB Circuit Court, Bradford County n. '
FOIT SALE-One Craftsman table Pauline Earle ColHanEarletoa This notice shall b. published Florida I. C.alleerY'
saWs ( Inch blade; 1-Craftsman Fla. Phone Waldo 2503 once each week for four consecutive Mary Ann Johnson, Plaintiff, vs. ,
1 HP weeks in the Bridford County Tele. Johan Johnson, Defendant. I
Jig saw inch blade; %
1 1/2 HP motor. FOR graph. Case No. 10148otlre Sat. Mon. !
Craftsman motor; QEXT-One 4-room apartment. Only
Dated this
condition. Pric 16 day of October, 1953. \ To Appear.To .
All in good 3-room apartment, both nice. ,
JO.OO. Phone 21V. Zip 1U/\J ly furnished. Elec. equipped. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daro) : Johan Johnson, whose resi- I
mile 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court dence and address is: 90 Park Avenue .
SEWING MACHINES-fcell for balance sent Rd.fron;Mrs.bridge L. E.M. Starke Wynn. Bes-Rt. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Port Richmond, Staten Island 2, I
10/23 4t 11/13 New York. I
due. Phone $109. Starke. '
1. E'ox 2-a
tfchg You are hereby notified that a

FOR RENT-Close In and desirable FOR RENT-Kingsley Lake: 3 bed- The Board of Public Instructionof Divorce, custody and control of I TRAINING PANTS
furnished or unfurnished apart. room house, living room and dinette Bradford County, Florida, here- minor children .
ments also tourist room reason. i modern kitchen bath with by calls aid gives notice of a SpecIal has been filed against you In the
able. 201 West Madison tchg trb' hot and cold water gas stove Election to be held on Tuesday, above named Court and cause ana
and gas range for heating. $60 November 3, 1953, In Special Tax you are required to serve a copy of
WANTED-Pine and cypress logs. 5 mo. Contact C of C or Mrs. Jack School District No. 1 of Bradford your answer or pleading to the com
inches and up dta. 8 ft. 3 inches Williams. 2110 N. W. 3rd Place. County, Florida the boundaries of plaint on the Plaintiff's Attornet .
Gainesville. the said Special Tax T. Frank Landrum Starke, Size2-6
long. Must cut above the nails. tfchg School District -
Will pay $40 per thousand feet No. 1 being coextensive with Florida C 11 111st
Preston scale. Delivered to our NEW! TRY STAR PLASTIC TYPE the boundaries of the county as prescribed and file the original in the office of White & Colors
south of by Section 230.34, Florida the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
mill. 1 mile Lawtey on CLEANR-Does ., ,
a better
Job Statutes, 1941, or before the 23 day of November. .
as amended
1111i by Chapter Quality
Hlway. T. W. Tatum. Stp faster. No
messy liquids. Self. 23726, Lavs of Florida, 1947. Said 1953; otherwise the allegations of
renewing lasts
Indefinitely. Only election to be held said Complaint will be taken as con- .
at the usual
FOR SALE-1-2-J room cabins fin- 50c at Bradford County 3-Limit .
jshed inside electric and plumbing Telegraph.U -I II polling place in each voting precinct fessed by you. ,<
furniture Included Harry's Snack i'% said county for the purpose -of ,

Bar. Hlway 16 near Camp Bland- FOR RENT-Four furnished bed electing three trustees for the pub- I I ,
lie schools within the
boundaries of
Ing. rooms by day week or month. 601 I -
J Madison Special Tax School District No. 1.
FOR SALE-Attractive homes never St. 4tp 1023bOLM I Each of the three trustees shall I I

brei occupied. Down payment : ; come from any one residence district DJ! glL
BKOAUBREASTED TUR fir which a county board '
balance like rent. About 1 mile memher -
Road 100. .Mrs.W KEYS now ready. Live wt., 55e is provided by law. The persons -
from City limits. STARKE FLA.
\ ) $1 for dressing. For I qualified to hold J
H. Nollman. Starke tf orders write Opals Turkey advance Farm I L LI and who receive thegreatest such office num C

!: > ahomt'.
or phone Keystone her of votes cast for election of HANIIES
Fri. Sat. Oct. 23 2-1
., t trustees subject to the limitation ,
A. J. THOMAS ,""UI T : I prescribed above shall serve for the I DOUBLE FEATURE -

HEAL ESTATE! BROKER _ItLT-UnturnIshed. ft. n... Q'",, bous!!. In"I. Wyoming
Roundup !
JO I l>wple \u. Telephone 214Stark 5f .- TzJJ

*. Florida FOR SALE *" x 8" x 16" Con. W. C. T. U. I With Whip WiKon
crete Block
I lac each. Plenty of ANDThunder
Mortar I
HAS Mix and Cement. Brad Bright Colars
ford Engineering Company. Phon. "IT DOESXT PAY TO
FOR SALE '4. tf HAVE I in the East
SPECIAL OCCASIONS I With Allan Lath and 9 6-Limit
I-10? acre farm aad ratllrranrh. Birthdays., Weddings, Anniver ANOThER CITIZEN S
.. % Mllr frosi kard read.ItrrmaHrat saries, etc. Eaked by Moeller's WAS Deborah Kerr
water for atari AfUhlax. !>aa.ery. lJ<-ala. FU. Orders taken LICENSED TO SELL HIM FuliSizeI
ubtanll diiIIIag. at LOVETTS. 4tp lltS LIQUOR." Plus Serial andd Cartoon
fruit trees, S10.00U.OO. (FLORIDA GOOD :NEWS.)
FOR SALE-Boxer .
:-?M' > acre farm ua fcarJ road.Kxrellrat ,, Grand Sires Pups.: Lord AKC Bruno Registered Special Offer NowON Sun., Mon. Oct. 25, 26

for gem farmlax & Von Heim-Companion Dog-Com- Prince of
twL raUlaic. SI.73O.OO dei.pa .. pan Ion Dog Excellent. and Champion PiratesIN
meat, Hnlt of .Sarrah Crest Pawn i iI MENS
and Brindle. Males or females FAMOUS PHILCO I .. TECHNICOLOR

>-10 acre (arm .. kard vaad.modem wnelped September 9, 195J. Clif I With John Derek and Barbara
dmrlllax ....aapltrlyfuraluked. ford L. Currie Phone 116 or J4SJ. ATTENTION
$ieOoa.oo. Irrm*. pups cat be seen after 5:00 o'clack I 3olden Grid TelevisionThe I Rush
I -week days-All day Saturday Plus 20 Monuie Cartoon and
: ___13 ate farm, aruad dnrllla; and Sunday. 10/16 4t 11 ,ft If You Have 11
......er.,c.a\ealr.re.. 3so, j :News 1
trrmx.room. FOR' RENT-Furnished 2 bedroom sox 19CS

apartments on Center St.. available wait the less :
3-4 dnrlllax 0 a paved SOI.. Phone 255-W. )lr8. H. longer you TIMBERTOSELL i :1 Tues., Ovt. 27-ONLY I II
atnoet I" iJiwtrr. "1.%) ..00.I T.: Tyus. 2tchg 10/23 chance you'll have of getting
PINE OR CYPRESS A Place in the Sun
s-3room dwrllirvt la reallle.llal FOR SALE-Quilts, Homemade and top allowance for your old, I

krrtloa Mark: *. M.UMt.Ml. hand quilted. Mrs. J. L. Johns, small screen TV set. Trade now Large or Small Tracts With Montgomery Clift and I
Ut. *, Box 16'. Lake Butler. Elizabeth Regular 25c I
"-\rn Concrete Urtldraf' laStarlr. 2tp 10/23 I for this Philco 4002 with new TaylorPlus
fl.SOa.na d."a par- I We Buy All 28 Minute Cartoon and
super-size picture.There's I

For heat (*......l sad -Buy this soe ft. for $3000 net and no obligation-get our offer j jt. ji
get deeds to 451 ft. total frontage yr'LATI i PAY TOP PRICESWrite i We Exchange
PersussaCat) In City of Starke 6ct. I I
on U. S. 301 Wed.. Thur. 28, 29
North, Phone 63-704
or write 509
1 Mi.dern fcnmm completely far I DOUBLE We Refund
X. E. 121fet St.. Miami 3S, Fla. FEATURE -

nUard> .._l Ban at aad KI..lf daily mall LaL.e.rao d*.. i, Up 10/30 f t. EASYTERMS or Call I Darling, How Could

lhrrl TO TRADE:-Good 2-row Tractor I
and equipment for Real Estate I You
Tell Him What You Want close to Starke. or will consider
I trade for late model pick-up B.T.THOMASLUMBER With Joan Fontaine and John

Let Him Make Suggestions, ;, truck. FarmHome and Auto I Lund i
Supply or phone 264W. !
2tchg I
JOB OPPORTUNITY Young men -Furnished house 2
wanting to learn: chain store bust. Also room and bath on Kin sley bf'd-I PHONE 211-J Over Tibet \ Starke, t
ness IS to IS years of M. Mitchell. P. 0. Box 735 With Rex Reason and Diana
Xo .. r
high school education. experience H'ha'i Maxville. Fla. Fta. rI
necessary Starting pay 130 i'' I Lawtey, Fla.t STARKE, FLA. DouglasPlus rI I
'to $.0 and regular Increase Apply -|FOR 1F.NT-2: Houses furnished, at j j l t
local, manager Lovett's. Kingley Lake. C. A. Futch. Phone 3 Phone 7 Latest World News !
tchg 10/50 2tchg _

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