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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 30, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STABKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER SO, 1953 NUMBER SLXTEEN
VOLUME SEVENTY-FIVE
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More Shifts Promotions Announced 301 Association Yawn Says Liquor Sellers No Longer First Heavy Equipment Arrives' Forces RalliedTo


1 To Meet Nov. 2nd -," .- .
With Fine Or Forfeit ," .:'t:!<.'<4.{iT"" '. .' .
Will Get Off '
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As New Humphreys Staffs Shape Up At Ocala/ C of C r" ......'''..'', _. .. '. q.' '':'. '- :I.. ii'

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Additional promotions transfers -' County Judge T. A. Yawn has in any case wherein a person is .

and additions were announced t An important meeting of the announced a plea day session of.. convicted of violation of the Florida :. ,'
this week by Humphreys Gold |i j U. S. 301 Association of Florida county court for Friday, Oct. 30, : law, forbidding the selling and

Corporation as staffs for the two will be held at 2 p.m. :Monday, with some 25 cases to be heard. transportation of intoxicating

local' plants -:. Trail Ridg and Nov. 2, in the Chamber of Commerce The cases range from assault with liquors, said person will be sentenced an official proclamation of
Ocala. The call was I
the yet to be constructed High- office, intent to kill to intoxication to jail. They will not get off "Rat Week1; by the County Commission
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lands operations took shape. -, :, 'p Ir I issued by A. J. Thomas, who, president said that charges. Included are two cases with the payment\: a fine or forfeiture and the mayors of Starke,

Detueiler I ? I {'f the organization of lewd and lascivious conduct and of a bond."' Lawtey, Hampton and
\ election of officers and other important Brooker
J. C. Detweiler now assumes the i i one case of selling whiskey in a Concluded the judge: "This the Bradford County "Rat Ban-
matters are on the agenda.
position o( Technical Superintendent (( formed at this dry county. practice of imposing fines for quet" will get under way early
will be
of both the Trail Ridge and :1 I 1 Plans for effective means Judge Yawn stated that in the violators of the beverage code in next month. "Rat Banquet" is the
Highlands plants. He is a nativeof '. meeting mor future violators of the beverage name of a county-wide
1 of publicizing 301 through the use effect is just another way of licensing rat-killing
Colorado and graduated from laws, if convicted, will not get off project, sponsored by the
County
the University of Denver, receivIng -'! of strip maps said.and roadside signs, with a mere fine. I the transportation and I I Farm and Home Agent, the State

his BS degree in chemical en- ,I \ Mr.All Thomas persons interested in the development Said the judge: "In the future sale of illegal whiskey." I Agriculture Extension Service

gineering. The County Health
Departmentand
of 301 are invited to at-I
Mr Detweiler served in the ca- Jake Johns Dies F'.F.A. and FJLA. Clubs in
tend the meeting. I County FairTo i
pacity of chemist and test engineer I I cooperation with the U. S. Wild.

before joining the Humphreys or- In JacksonvilleJacob I life Service.

ganization in March 1945. He has Second Nut SaleSeesPriceGalu : TWO MAMMOTH DRAG LINES, weighing more than 100 tons together The week of Nov. 9-14 will be

served with Humphreys in various Open MondayWhat are pictured on Lawtey sidetrack as workmen prepared to'' proclaimed as "Rat Week." The
J. Johns, 74, died .Mon-
capacities, including that of chem- I start unloading operations in a drizzling rain Wednesday morning. poison to be used. Warfarin will
day night in a Jacksonville nurs-
1st, metallurgist and engineer.In This equipment ua shipped here by the Link Belt Speeder Corp. of i go on sale Nov. 6 at the followI .
1950 he was promoted to ing home after a long illness. He promises to be a bigger- i
Crandic, Iowa and Ls the. first the I ing stores around the county:
of
i iI and-better-than-ever-before heavy machinery to arrive for
Technical Superintendent oft the was born in Starke in 1879 and Brad-
Trail Ridge mine, heading up all spent most of his life in and ford County Fair, sponsored by the construction of the new ilmenite mine and plant northeast of Law- Griffis Bros. and Roberts Store

engineering activities of the < I A total of 15,611 pounds of good around Starke. He had been in Post 56 of the American Legior tey. Walking briskly at left is C. J. Bastedo, veteran Humphreys in Lawtey; Colson's in Brooker;

Humphreys engineering group. He \ quality nuts sold at the second pecan -, Jacksonville for the past nine will get under way Monday, Nov. Gold Corp. employee. who will be superintendent of construction! for Dempsey's store in Graham; Red-
a. C. DetweilerjtI auction of the season at the dish store at Heilbronn; Cook's,
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resides in Keystone Heights. I months. continue through Saturday, the new plant. Polaroid I-Minute Photo by the Telegraph '
Market here on Starling's, Lovett's and Edward'sstores
Serves Three Plants State Farmers Jake, as he was familiary Nov. 7. The Fair grounds will be .

S. L. Jackson is a native of Kentucky I \Thursday of last week. Bidding known, served as constable for the I located on the vacant lot east of in Starke.

and attended the ,University I i vas much, more brisk than at the Kingsley Lake area in Clay County I the County jail in Starke. Auto Dealer C of C Dinner Warfarin will be packed in two
pening sale and prices gainedrom for Featured will be various I and five-pound bags and 'will be
of Mississippi. He has been with many years. commercial -
Humphreys since 1935, serving in I fractions to several cents per He is survived by one son agricultural and educa-!, sold at cost, 30 cents a pound. For

many capacities, including.that of 1 I ILi ;pound on all varieties.sale Gross totaled receipts -'l Luther: and one daughter, tional exhibits from about the Faces New ChargeAn Set For Nov. 10 the average farm, a five-pound bagis
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timekeeper chief clerk office for guerite, both of Jacksonville. county .and state. There will be a recommended. Warfarin contains
52.412.17. Funeral in midway with Stevens Shows an anti-coagulant which causes in
manager, purchasing agent, andcontroller. I i arrangements .are I of
The popular Curtis variety led in charge of Key-McCabe Funeral Crystal River, Fla., providing the information for grand larceny William Chandler, prominent ternal bleeding. It has to be eaten

Mr. Jackson's present position as I volume with 4,136 pounds sold at Home, Jacksonville, but had not sideshows and rides. was.filed last week by State's Gainesville attorney and past pres- for several days by the rat before

controller includes the functions j an average of 16 1-2 cents. On been announced yesterday. Among the exhibits will be a Attorney T. E. Duncan against E. ident of the Gainesville Chamberof death occurs Therefore, it is recommended -
the opening sale Curtis brought a exhibit J. Dowling, Jr. that hosts for the "Rat
of that office for three.plants: forestry from the Lake City Commerce, will, be principal
Trail Ridge, Highlands, and the I 15 1-3 cent average. i Forest Rangers School; a mobile The information was filed on speaker at the annual banquet ,of Banquet" obtain, at least a 10-

Humphreys operation near JackI I ; Other leading varieties sold on i iI Punch Boards unit from the woods products lab- the basis of a warrant issued upon the tarke C of C, T. H. Slade. day supply.

sonville. He is primarily the second sale were: oratory of the University of Florida complaint of Ivy Anderson of president of the local trade grout For the "Rat Banquet" to be effective -

ble for all contracts responst-I! I Randal, 1093 Ibs., average 14 1-2 1 showing a new process where- Starke who alleges that he gave announced yesterday.The everyone should put his

and purchasing I'cents; Seedlings, 1986 IDS., aver- On Tabu ListMay by paper is made from scrub oaks; Dowling, a local automobile dealer, banquet will be held Tuesday bait out at the same time, and

these plants. He resides in.Jack- age 14 1-2 cents: :Mixed, 2610 Ibs., an exhibit from the St. Regis Craft funds with which to pay oft auto night Nov. 10. in the BHS this is the time of the year to do

sonvllle and will spend consider- I h (average 14 cents; Brantley, 1030 Corp. of Jacksonville; a display of contract held by a finance company cafeteria at 7:30 o'clock. Enter- it. As the weather becomes cooler,

able of his time traveling between 1 Ibs. average 14 1-4 cents; Money J. R. Wainwright, after I new mod! cars and appliances; or bank and that Dowling tainment and door prizes will be rats begin coming in out of the

the three operations. I Maker, 964 Ibs., average 15 1-2 his Monday morning session oJmayor's and many other exhibits too numerous failed to do so. The amount provided, Slade stated. open and congregating in sheltered -
cents; Stuart, 661 Ibs., average to mention. named in the information was places
Heads Production court, issued orders to I
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Tickets
I 17 1-2 cents Murphree, 840 'Ibs., will be placed on sale
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Edward S. Beebe has assumed ; t 1 ,, Starke police to start checking Wednesday afternoon has been S439 30. this weekend at $1.25 "Rat Banquel" hosts can be for-
& 15 1-2 cents; Mayhan, 600 per plate.
the position of production super average pn reported punch boards in the I designated 'School Day." On that The information orders Dowlingto given for using "Borgia-like"

inenden} \tD lUcceed VjT, :J, Biprelle L; Jackson )bg., average 16 1-2 cents; Success, City of Starke. "If you find a day, beginning in the early afternoon appear in Circuit Court on November tactics on their guests when it Is

.who was recently promoted to I 443 Ibs., average 15 cents; President punch board," the mayor .said to school children will be ad- a at 10 a.m. for arraign- B Squad To Play realized how destructive rats are

plant superintendent at Trail 572 Ibs., average 16 1-2 cents; Police Chief Thornton, "pick up I mitted free to the grounds up until ment. The sheriff's office said and the danger they impose

Ridge. I Kennedy, 349 lbs., average 17 12ttntB i the board and its owner or a $50 6 p.m.., and all rides will be nine yesterday however:, that. Dowling\Fletcher Thursday, through.Uie. spreading of diseases.

...Jlr..Beebe ia &..J3.gu .u ; Vandemon 260 Ibs., aver- bond in lieu of the owner."' I cents. Jo the.:kids. .On other days appar htly left town over two It has been estimated that rats destroy -

Stetson University with advanced age J cents. The mayor went on to say that I the fair grounds will open at 6 months ago and that efforts to I The Tornado "B" squad lost its at least two million bushelsof
So far this 44,485 poundsof
education_ in accounting and business season punch boards were forms of illegal p.m., and there will be a general locate him have not been success- third the Tuesdav grain yearly in the United
of season
have been sold at auction game
law At the University of Cin- pecans gambling and thai it certainly admission charge of 25 cents. ful. States and that the average rat
night to Ketterlinus B of St.
here for a total of $5,734.07.
cinatti. He is member! of Sigma t' would be embarassing if gamblingwas C. S. Partin, qommander of Post I i. Augustine 130.Thursday will eat over $2 worth of grain

Phi fraternity and a nativelot Illinois. reported in the acting gover- 56, has said that plans are to make Rites Thursday yearly. It costs only a penny to

Rain DamageTo nor's home town. the Fair a bigger event each year, ? night of last week kill him.Sheriff.
Fletcher of Jacksonville Beach
For Marvel McKinneyMarvel
The new production superintendent Cases on the Monday morning and that the Post hopes eventually
beat the locals 19-0. Next Thurs-
has had extensive experiencein Roads Bridges docket included: thai of a sailor 'lo acquire its own tract of land Is Named' 0
industrial plant operation and I to fix into McKinney seven months day night, Nov. 5, Fletcher B squad
from the Green Cove Springs up permanent fair
of Mr. and irs. MelVin will return the here.
His background include old daughter game On Safety Group
management. grounds.
naval base who
Proves was fined $50 on
CostlyCounty of Miami.. formerly
McKinney
mining -
of
15 phosphate
a years charges of driving while intoxi- Legionnaires who are and will be
of Starke, died in a hospital there' Clubs Bradford County Sheriff'P: D.
tn the capacity of Three L'ions
serving working the -
cated and no driver's license; that I on Fair are Partin,
both mining engineer and mining roads and bridges were of a local white man who was!I "Pop" O'Brien, John Grew, A. J. Monday following a long illness. Will Join To Honor Reddish has been appointed a

superintendent.'He served several damaged in the extent of several fined $15 and costs for public intoxication Thomas, Jr., Ray Stone, Charley The child was born in Gainesvillelast member of the Florida Sheriffs

yean with the U, S. Departmentof I thousand dollars by the excessive ; one case of fighting,I. Schaeffer L. H. Gibson. CliffCurrie March 20 and besides her par- District GovernorLions Association's new Highway Safety

Interior Bureau of Mines on rainfall of the past couple of $18.50 bond forfeited by the non- Gene Long, "Olod ents is survived by a brother, :Mel Committee responsible for the

experimental work in mining and I months, County Clerk Charles appearing defendant; another In- Suslow and W. H. Graham.Sarge"I I I ton McKinney of Miami, and'a sister Clubs of Melrose, Haw- development of a statewide high-

'metallurgical fields. Edward S. Beebe Darby estimates. toxication care, $20 bond forfeited; i I ; Wilma Jackson of Jackson- theme, and Keystone Heights will way safety program.

Mr. Beebe joined the Humphreys, I t County maintenance crews:! are a case of speeding and no driver's I Elks To Meet Nov. 2 ville. join to honor District Governor One of the initial projects under

organization in June 1952, servingas I currently working at full capacity license, $40 forfeited; a case of Funeral services were held at William R. Joiner at a Ladies this program will be a safety contest -

assistant to tEe production I to repair the damage. There were no driver's license, $25 bond for- I The regular bi-monthly Elks the graveside in McKinney Ceme- Night banquet to be held ii. Trini-I in which awards will be madetc

superintendent. at least six bridges lost, Darby feited. I meeting has been scheduled for tery near StarKe Thursday after- ty Parish House, Melrose, on I the three Florida counties showIng

Du Poet Engineer I said, and some of them will haveto II I Monday, Nov. 2, at 8 p.m. All noon at 2 o'clock with Rev. W. E. Thursday Nov. 5. at, 8 p.m. J the greatest improvement in

John R. Powers, who since September be completely rebuilt. The long local and visiting Elks are requested -I Hall officiating. Interment followed Tickets are on sale at JL50i rural fatal accident rates during
Pines
1951 has headed up the Conner Bridge across New River Whispering to attend. in tAe family plot there. each. |1953.

du Pont company's engineeringgroup ___ on the Raiford Road was one of I Changes OwnershipMr.
will supervise du Pont engineering -| :! the'first to be repaired. Work on

at the new Highland that bridge was recently completedand and Mrs. Roland E. Bates,

Plant as welL it is now open for passengercars. formerly of St. Petersburg, are the BHS Plays Macclenny There Tonight I

Mr. Powers is a native tf New I It is not safe for heavy- new owners of the WhisperingPines

York and a graduate of Cornell loaded trucks. .The biggest job, as Motor Court on U. S. 301

University in chemical engineering. regards the roads is hauling in south of Starke. They purchased Tonight (Friday) the Tornadoes I

He begin JUs engineering experiences ,dirt to replace that washed away. the property from Mr. and Mrs. will play Macclenny's Wildcats

with the B. F. Goodrich Concerning the Blackburn RoadI Ted Connell.Mr. there. Last Thursday night, here, I

Rubber Co. and served several I which is' to be hard-surfaced fromU. Bates was originally from the Tornadoes opened up their offense :,

years with this concern. engine- S. 301 near Lawtey to the site the and scored a 44-0 win over I
Boston, Mass. and for past
ering development work. rP 1 of the new ilmenite plant Darby three years has been engaged in the game; Jacksonville' Tech grid- ,. 1

Powers came with the du Pont ,, said that County Commissioner J. the real estate business in SL I ders I

company in 1946 and served five J' # C Prevatt (of the Lawtey district The contest tonight should draw
"., Petersburg.
years at the Edge Moore plant in !' ''. ) is working at securing I well and spectators will Srobab1yI '

various engineering capacities.! ; "'' _' > '
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and i will be j Singing ConventionThe I I
in
resides Keystone Heights I' "'- a contract for that project ;clenny will be out' to avenge last

(Continued on page 8)) John R. Powers I ready for letting nexf'month.. I Bradford-Union Singing t I year's defeat handed them by the

I County Attorney H. V. Knight I Tornadoes. Bradford has a 3-2 reci -
Convention will meet on Sunday,
is still working at securing rights- j Wildcats are boasting -
i ord, while the
the First
in
2
Nov. 1. at
TELEGRAPHSTelegraphs -- the Call and | p.m.
or.wav, for proposed Butler. All a 3record, their lone defeat
Methodist Church Lake
Walnut Streets and it -
widening [ from Green Cove Springs. | r
coming
was about to interested in gospel singing are '
is believed the only thing that will operate from the
- start complaining abuut the ;' urged to attend. Macclenny
% obstacle there is
might present an similar to
attack,
very ,
wing
single
dry 1Ipt'U. when all at I I' I
"long -
the expense of setting back andrenovating Coach Hobbs. -------
used
S the system by
once it became wee bit wet ,
without and cooler Oar the Canova coner. HALLOWE'EN I Waldo Brown, Eugene Johns and' GUARDS CENTERS & QUARTERBACKS

own Adelaide pinch hitting,for I Pee Wee Brison are the outstanding Garner, K. Elder Green, Martin, Shaw Beasley, Harrington M Clark B. Mooreown

Gladys Mooty, who was ailing t Masonic Meeting CARNIVAL ; tacks and saw action against I

this week Policeman Bin 4t Held Here Monday I I! the The Tornadoes Tornadoes last scored season.7 touchdowns Lewis, Bowers and a Patray to jine. On this march. Reddish Next week the Tornadoes move

Lane on duty again after ( : J I 1 last outing. Five\Teston pass set up the eoM '!: probably the fastest Tornado down to Daytona Beach for a scrap
brief illness S. L. Stevens Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & A. 44( In their
!| backs chalked up touchdowns [I score with Lewis being stopped at swept his own left end deep nearly with the Seabreeze Sanderabs.
state fire marshall stopped by ': M. held its regular meeting Monday different Reddish J jj II j i the 1 ft. line as the jrst quarter I I 'being thrown for a loss but
to hello at the hherif f. of Oct. 26. At that time brother i Including Jimmy I
say that busted' ended. Lewis plunged over for the kept his feet moving and came up
fire where '"Scootle Duke.was k -, ,1l J. G. Wynn of Bradford Lodge j with 3 scoring wide jaunts Patray scor- |I! score on the first try after playas I the far side of the field to a mid- STATISTICSBUS Tech

busy bringing the fingerprintfile ,and William C. Dees of Waldo the game Lewis open Pat Bowers resumed to start the second stripe cut across field and downto 1st downs 12 7
to date De'putIMC l raised to the ed first Lavon
Lodge were Degree
up Zack Craw- quarter. the goal for a 68 yd. touchdown Yds. rushing 400 39
<< Sewell and Fate Brown. a l'e 1 of Master Mason. Brother M. end ford Wayne and DeWayne Douglas. Elder each Tech failed to gain on the kickoff run. He actually ran about 100 Passes complete I 3
trifle ddle-ore after round- I Thomas of Ezera No. 67 R.\\ I
Reddish carried the ball only
the the kicked one extra point. after the second score and yds. Passes incomplete 3 3
in doglea on lecture and
C UP stray gave Burlywn
the entire
his 4 times game, scoring Passes intercepted by 1 0
Elder. Standing on
this week I Coach Hobbs used every player punted to !
highway one day | lyfield of Ionic Lodge presented :
thrice and gaining 115 yds. I Yds. gained passing 37 12
r 31-0\ 44 yd. line Elder returned
of and still held a
Popular Pastor Bob Gray the charge. dressed out 1
I line and I Bradford's 6th touchdown was Yds. gained interception 33 0
32
i Tech's yd.
Hampton in the Telegraph of- Secretary C. A. Futch announced I halftime lead. The Jacksonville the punt to '
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Reddish broke off tackle for neatly set up when Sid Jackson Punts 1 6
Tornadoes scoreless i Jimmy
fice with another of his eye that the benefit supper was a suc : Techmen held the i
I but the hometown another score. Reddish gained his!,Intercepted Bentley's pass on Ave. distance punts 31 33
catching ada Robert Hall, cess. Ben Rowland Master. expressed in the 3rd period I
the defense Tech's 45 line and ran to Tech's I Yds. punts returns 62 3
touchdown after yd.
budding herpetologist proudly \ "..... his appreciation for all the boys broke out for 2 more second 'I
r held Tech for downs and 7, being pulled down from behind. i Kickoffs 8 1
displaying a somewhat mangled :t'. splendid help r.Cived. especially to scores the last quarter. I '
..... : : forced them to punt Teaming up I'Pat Bowers scored from about 1 A ve. distance kickoffs 43 40
three-foot' black snake . :' ,_ '*_ the American Legion Post 56 for ;, Jacksonville Tech only in their I II '
<{ ; .. with Jackson and Douglas, they yd. out on the first play of the Kickoffs yds. returned 1 124
I. G. Harris local 0 movie magnate the use of their equipment second year of interscholastic :
46 line with quarter. Fumbles 1 2
his fora T. 1L Refreshments and serious started on Tech's yd.
baa swapped cap Carey fellowshipwere ; competitionodidn't make a
John B Politically ambitions enjoyed by all the brothersat "" .. 1 threat driving to the Tornado 39 'Reddish! going the final 14 for a Midway the 4th quarter the Fumbles Penalties lost(yds.) 65 0 15 0

you reckon? Goes the close of the meeting.Out ;yard line only once and were$ on '25-0 lead. Tornadoes took over on downs at Total yardage 536 178

the ('ffW-<'Vt addicts are happy I HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS STARTING 2 P.M. I: the Tornado 35 when the game I After holding Tech again on a their own 49 yd. line and In 12
I
their favorite barber i Reddish 115 in 4 tries Jackson
to 1 ;
see Mrs. Margaret Young, Mrs. of town guests of Mr. and \ I ended. \series of downs, forcing them to plays Douglas carried over from
Joe' Kerrigan back at Jimmy aad teamed up to I 67 in 8 tries; Douglas 36 in 8 tries;
Lewis Patray
Cannon's Joe says he's Geraldine Griffis and Linda Hilde- ,Mrs. L. F. Smith are Mr. and Mrs. FRIDAY drive for. the first score, marching !punt the Tornado backfield com- ;the 1 yd. line for the final score. Lewis 90 In 7 tries; Patray 52 in

glad to be "back home tn bran all of Starke, and Mrs. Norris Robert S. Pearce, daughter Nita I. "17 yard line in 5 bine of Jackson, Reddjsh, Douglas I Harrington and Bentiey in the 8 tries; Bowers 8 in 2 tries; Strick-
from their own
I
Raiford Lou and twin sons Bob and Bill of i
of
Starke. Wainwright were FUN FOR ALL! to dirt with Patray golIng and Elder set their sails goal-t backfield and Flogg on the line land 10 in 3 tries, and S. Clark 13
to Clinic Brevard. N. C. Mr. Pearce is the I plays PLY
admitted Doctors Hospital I
the final 11. ward again from their own 14 yd. were the outstanding Tech players. in 1 try. t
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: PAGE FRIDAY OCTOBER 80, 1933


,. t E.LATTHEWSi. and family of Atlantic Beach last edith his family from Starke to I day with Mr. Arwood's parents, friends. He is in room 117.

,BRADFORD X Susie Bradford Sunday. ,Lawtey last Saturday and is, now Mr. and Mrs. 'H. B. Arwood. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rose of
Clifton A. Prevatt of Gibsonton residing in the local pastorium and Palatka
i.. EDITOR I George his family came up to were visiting the W. C
E COUNTY visited his aunts, Mrs. Paul,!which has recently undergonesome be with his parents on their golden Wards and Freddie Wattersonsover

VIEWPOINT Dinkins and :Mrs. R. W. Mosley repairs> and remodeling for .wedding anniversary which they the weekend.
: TELEGRAPH PUBLISHER Gee what a game last Friday Sr. last Sunday.St. I just such an occasion. We are hap- observed I
night! Starke beat Jax Tech by a .quietly at home on Sunday Everyone around here has been
: I score of 44-0. The students fromB. Claire Harley of Heilbronnand I py to have these people with us i except for the regular attendance killing hogs got some real good

t OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD H. S. really went wild with all Dean Harley of Jacksonville j and hope that they will be happyin at church services. However sausage and etc.
Beach were Sunday guests of their' their home. I
j new the First Baptist Church
I" Published every Friday and entered aa second class matter at the. Post Office' at Starke, Florida, under the scoring in the game. Here is cousin Joe Harley. I'j The program meeting of the where these people have attendedand Riverside Mrs. Floyd Hospital Crosby Wednesday went fora to
March 3 1879. keeping our fingers crossed that Mr and Mrs. G. W. Roberts
the Aet of !
make I[W. M. U. met in the home of served so long and so faith- check
we can a good show this up.
r spent the weekend with his brother
I I Mrs. Arthur Pearce on Tuesday fully refused to let the occasion i
; MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Friday night. Dr. Earl and Saw, the Otis Crawfords visitingher
; MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION Roberts familyof night of last week with sixteen pass unnoticed. At the morning :
Another
candidate for folks
f. Queen has Jacksonville Beach. Saturday.
I members present. At. the close of service they were pres".ntedith
been I
announced this week. The Hear that Uncle John is
Kelly
Are You A 'Spectator Citizen'? Freshman class has elected Nancy ville Mrs., Ala.Huston, Mrs. Belle Smith Thomas of Center-and the refreshments meeting of the home hostess made served cake, a beautiful floral arrangement of I i very sick at his home. Hope he

i' Batesi as their candidate. Cake gladioli and golden colored pompom -j I is much better.
Mrs. N. J. Latimer of Aldrich and punch while the group enjoyed I,
sales the are candidate.being held on Saturdayfor Ala. were weekend guests of Mrs. a social hour. chrysanthemums commemo-i('I Wonder what happened to Bay-

Thomas daughter, Mrs. A. G. rating the ocasion. i less Hiway Friday night Looked 1
Friends of Leslie Phillips will
; Candy, cookies etc., are being I
\ like Ghost Town. Think
Peters, and husband, and attended evelj'oneiwent
.' sold by the Junior Class. The be interested to know that he is I
: services at the Methodist Church VTYVVYVVVVVVYVVVVVVVVYVIBAYLESS Gator Growling in Gaines-
,: .<. : Juniors now a patient in the Alachuai
these
; are selling thingsto '
r ville. Quite a affair.
gala
.I Sunday morning. ]
; : -': > raise money for their candidate. i I General hospital where he under- I II
The J. R. Kellys attended Homecoming
< .. Student council voted on lettingthe Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards of ewnt an appendicitis operation on HIWAY% |
Junior Class have the concession Gainesville were visiting his mother Monday.Mrs. I Saturday. Hear it was a

at basketball.\ames. Thisis Mrs. T. C. Edwards during the Effie Miner. Mrs. A. H. I by Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLAAAAA I spine tingling game.
weekend. Thought for the weekTroubleshould
; one of the ways that the class Harley, Mrs. Frank Wells Mrs. I. I
Spectator citizens are men and women who leave the running of things in their Mrs. Frank Paul not make people bitter and
will make mflney for the Jr.-Sr. Wells and daughters H. C. Wainwright Mrs.
Communities and in their government 1'0'somebody else. Their attitude is, "I don't Banquet which is held every year. Mary Ann and Nina, and I Dinkins; and :Mrs. Wheelan were Church News selfish. If you are made of the

know anything about such things; I'll let somebody do It who does". Trips and more trips are what Mrs1. Effie Miner were in Calla-!Jin I Hampton Tuesday where they ,Rev. Henry Martin of Starke right material rubbing against

the han Saturday attending the trt- the day attending a meeting filled th at
band studen's have been tak- spent : pulpit Bayless Hiway
In a totalitarian state the attitude of the citizens is the same, only they don't i I rough spots will bring out thai
; ing this last week. First county fair being held there. They! of the County Council of the Sunday morning and evening. He I
Jiave any choice about it. They have to leave the runnings of things to somebody else. they :
went to Callahan to play at the I went by way of Westconnett I! Home Demonstration Club. has been called as the regular I

r One of the priceless blessings of a democracy like ours is that we do hue a'choice. Fair. Then on Friday they wentto I where they picked up Mrs. Miner's j 1 Signs of progress: A new residence pastor. Services will be the same j.
'" small grandson, Buff Miner, who a new gasoline service station before.
I Each of us can be a citizen that counts. It's, what we do with this opportunity that Gainesville to the parade. That j'I ; as \ J1UOS
tells what kind of citizens we are. same night they marched at the I not only accompanied them to the ; and a new restaurant now Personal Items !
stadium before the Gator Growl. fair but came to Lawtey and visi- being erected in our town. I Sherman Crosby entered St. i

What kind of citizen are you? Io people.look for you on the bleachers? You'te The band is really working hard ted until Monday evening when Mr. and :Mrs. G. F. Arwood and Luke's hospital last Wednesdayfor

got to have something to be a good citizen You 'must have, for example an adult this year so please give them they took him home. 'children and :Mrs. Arwood's par- more surgery on his foot. He L666
in Rev. E. W Wilkerson, pastor ents, Mr. and :Mrs. Root, all of 'will be there for several weeks '
sense of responsibility; a willingness to make the effort to find out about "such things"; your support any way that you
of the First Baptist Church mov- :Miami spent from Friday to Mon- I and appreciate hearing from his .
In UQUIO M USUTS SAME FAST
a throbbing pride the things your United States of America stands for; and an can.Pen : UUU

annoying consciousness that even unimportant people like us are letting our country Pushers Club will be knownin

down if we fall to pull our oar. the future as the Future Busi- *
i ness Leaders of America. Mem- It's FUN to make; til ififliif
Sometime, when you are feeling up to it, ask yourself how you measure up bers of the club are those students pit

whether, you'te got -and are using what it takes! who are taking business coursesin


-J. Ollie EdmundsPrrkident were school.elected The at their following meeting officers thL YOU SAVE MONEY
too! .
Stetson University.One "* week: President Lucille McRae; AND j !r r'r
Vice President Jimmie Cole; ''t

ot the surest ways to keep from. to which| it can point with pride. To mention Secretary, Ann Crosby; Reporter with an .r

being a "Spectator Citizen" is to take an only one. is the exhibit arranged for and Kathy Kelly. ACME RECONDITIONED ,

active part in the program of the local sponsored by the chamber each year at the Come One, Come All! To The I

Chamber of Commerce and other civic groups. State Fair in Tampa. This exhibit is seen Sadie Hawkins Ball! Come on GIVEN!

Fall is the traditional time for most by thousands of fairgoers annually and has girls and get your man cause Sat- rr ,'. \ '
i Amwica'jiortmost
,chambers, commerce to begin their drives paid off in many ways for Bradford County.for urday night is the time. Whatis '
it? A Ball. For Who? For All. SINGE book on ,!,
new and renewal memberships, so as to In order for any chamber of commerce to Where? Mwing IMstnxtion
At the U. S. O. Given by .td
the trade under before be have ? 'fit
have program way truly successful however it must the Student Council and Teen With ack t ;takemachine

the new year begins. general support from the community which, Town Council. Don't you dare !

Here in Bradford\ County the annual meetit serves. The greater the support given, miss it. Prizes awarded; cake PORTABLE ELECT!

ing in the form of a banquet will be held on the greater the results that might be accom- walks, entertainment every 30 I -, t? r

Tuesday. November 10. in the high school pUshed. minutes has been planned.The .

cafeteria. Every citizen who does not wish Business firms of Starke have in the main "B" squad has elected 'SEWING

to be classified, in the "spectator" group supported the chamber adequately in past cheerleaders as follows: Kay

should be there. years.There is no reason to think they will Rowland, Gail Duke, captain, MACHINECOMPUTE I I I I t I 'I

Few communities are there today who feel not do so in the future, but if this support Jackie Hobbs, Nancy Bates, '" 2u... ..
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they can afford not to have some organization could be 100 per cent the program of the Melissa Stalling, Clara Douglas, WITH AIRPIANEIUGGAGE Gentlemen:

to look after those details that normally fall chamber could be expanded and results would Jackie Prevatt, Margaret Rose CAIRYJNO'CAU "t I Without obligation please arrange for a FREE I

to a chamber of commerce" and in most cities be more satisfying.and present Duncan.to The cheer cheerleaders the team in were their 5-VD* FREE SERVICE GUARANTEE A C M E HOME DEMONSTRATION of the Reconditioned

counties the size of ours, an active trade It is to the interest of every business man SAGERat:1.88 I
game Tuesday night. RECONDITIONED BY OUR OWN
body is maintained. Into this channel flows in the county to be present at the Novembera fACTORrTRAINfO EXPERTS WITH I I
See you Saturday night at the : \aere -- n.nun _____ _______
maze of inquiries about the county, with an 10 meeting and we urge full support of our Sadie Hawkins New Motor $ 2188 I STOKES, INC. I
forwarded Chamber Commerce knowing that such BallSusie ,\ddn.. .. I
equaj,amount of informati being Bradford New 5-Speed Control I 4081. ForsythJACKSONVILLE -- ---- h ---- -

to distant: places support will pay big- dividends in the years I'lty __ __ Proae-----' I
New Sew uu n --
Light r
ahead. r'vvnvyyyvmmVV..VVTLAWTEY
for
That of promotion even Y
a program If nt'l). Please Seed Specific Direction* DT
smaller towns than ours these'days is necessary Don't be content with being a spectator New Carrying Case I I
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seems to be generally accepted, and the citizen". Join in the effort to build'a better .

local chamber has many completed projects town and county through, cooperative action.


by L. II. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Born to be beautiful


'54 BattleThe
Titanic
For
Both Parties Readying Mrs. Charles Shuford returned .
home on Wednesday of last froma

visit of several weeks with her
1954 elections which will determine to develop the great natural resources of the daughter Mrs. Winnie Wright, c A FORD'S THE NEW STANDARD OF THE AMERICAN ROAD

the political fate of ali members of the House country in the interest not of a few exploiters, and family in Tampa.Mr. .

aid on-third of the members of the Senate, but of all the people. We saw to it that theAmerican and Mrs. H. C. Crews and A.:1\: \ \.: One look at the '53 Ford's new longer, lower, more

are still more than a year away. But to all labor movement got an even baby of Largo spent the weekend -' ?-::J E massive styling one 'Test Drive" with eitherFord's

piacucai purposes the campaign is underway break. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. ;. ..,; r high-compression 110-h.p. Strato-Star V-8 or
have not out
Republicans yet brought R. Crews.Schoolmates. I
right now. it their biggest guns to present their case, but >', Z '-5 high-compression 101-h.P. Mileage Maker Six in the
S. News & World Report puts and teachers are
members As U. of both parties "are issuing statethe! general line they are expected to take will glad to have Danny Phillips backin \ \ .. :, "engine room" and you'll be spoiled for all

ments making speeches holding rallies set include the following; points: The shooting school after an absence due toa ,, : ordinary cars Ford lets you drive in style to fit 'ft
war in Korea has stopped, at least for the} tonsilitis operation which he : ....;..." ;r whole
working It
and
ting up party organizations as : .' {f -' l5iJFi millionaire at a price you can pay. sets a new
present. They are attempting to bring back underwent \ <
instead recently in the Alachua
if the voting were to be this year standard of what car-dollar should bring you.
your
the "hard dollar" and a balanced budget.of General : :
hospital. :
\ ;
nex.t" Efforts to halt Communist infiltration into 1:>;,.,' ;, j ;. .,. .., ..., -"....... -.,.._,,,..,......-._-
Democratic Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and .......,. :>:. ':
.
In this early stage of the game the I f'I \ d. ... L:; -u-Q)
Government have been intensified. Free : -. :
son. Kenney, of St. Augustinewere ; \ ..:.R.:.: j. : : -- :: ee.3 r w t
This .
leaders are. the more aggressive. enterprise is being encouraged, as opposed to i guests of his mother Mrs. et \ ....... :'. r' i \.
trend will become more evident as the Re- I M. Ill ; .; ,
; government subsidies and supports. J. S. Shuford during the weekend. ::. I : }'; ; 1fl..tJ' J ; ;II .
and ,, ,.
more more ; L", -5.
_
S publican the defensive! administration in the months goes to come and fought That goes the oncoming without saying.campaign The will Republicanas be hardon spent Mrs.from Louis Saturday H. Hill of to Ft.Mondayat Myers ............. .',:.,, Y, ; ,'.,','.;....".... t -f '"Ii ____,.9'....."",..-.....--- .. t
I
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'
Congress tackles the really tough, long- majority jn Congress is tissue thin, and a her home here. ', .; ;. .' "t...:.... p n..,

postponed problems facing the nation today. switch of a few seats would give the Democrats Mr. and Mrs._S. C. Harley and $ :i . ,!..L.t

An excellent preview of thing to come was control of both houses. The latest son, Dean, of Jacksonville Beach '. h g

provided in Mr. Truman's recent Detroit Gallup poll shows that President EJisen- spent'from Friday to Sunday with 'a -

speech in which he reviewed the achievements how r's popularity has dropped o(! ten per his mother, Mrs. A. H. Harley.

of the Democratic Party in the 1932cent and current rumblings from dissatis- Mrs. Harley and her guests attended xH,,

52 period, saying: "We stopped wild specufied farmers and cattlemen are' causing the U of F homecoming exercises -

lation. We taxed in accordance with the administration some sleepless nights. in Gainesville on Friday

ability to pay. We ,enacted minimum-wage Anything can happen in the next thirteen evening., Quite a number of Law-

laws and social security laws. We helped months. Whatever the outcome the battle teyites were in attendance at this 9

agriculture and small business. We moved will be enthralling to watch. affair. I ..
Mrs. Morene Summerlin and 4w

I son, Joe, and her father, P. H. zz ;4. .
cr
yyyyyyyy..vnVVYTYYVTVTV I is part of the Christian Women'sAction turned from their summer in the -
Day, all of Jacksonville spent the
I Program for Lasting Peace North.
I
weekend with her sister Mrs.
Keystone Heightsby and is international. The themeis Mr.- and Mrs. Harold S. Newins H. E. Priest and family. -
from homes to the I
'Help our
I are back from their summer homeat .
hone cf the destitute all over the! Culver Glenn Crews of Parrs Island f
Lake, N Y.
,
Sim. Sara McDonald
world." An'offering will be taken spent the weekend with his parents .

A..v..LA LAuu..uuL.. and will be sent to world service I I Mrs. Burch'returned last Sun- Mr. and Mrs. C R. Crews.

centers for displaced persons,"war day from a summer in the North. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren, Mrs
On Friday, Nov. 6, at 8 p.m. orphans and refugees. I Her sister, Mrs. C. M. Fleshmanof Leslie Bradley and children and

Church women Miami Shores, came with her. Marvin Warren
dinner
the Community were
guests
l Mrs. Al Nelson, Mrs. S. E. Mc- Built.
will
will observe World Community I and visit for a while in.Key- of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applebyof to stay young
/
Day Because of the nature of Kay. and Mrs. F, M. Walrath Jr.;(stone.

the program requiring a stage,, are in North Carolina visiting 1 I.We hear that Mr. and Mrs. the new personnel of the Du-

and curtain, the meeting will beheld ,, friends.i '!Louther, who have been winter Pont Co. and the HumphreysGold

in the Woman's Club. i I Mr. and Mrs. Eagan have re-I visitors for several seasons, have Corporation. The jew res-
r bought the idents included: Mr. snd Mrs. B.
Stuckey house.
MORE" FEATURESIT'S
.Jfertb..., E. Holm. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. WITH 41 "WORTH
Mrs. Vivian Sanders, who t
recently Hetherington, Mr. and Mrs. Gay WORTH MORE WHEN YOU BUY'IT.Es

From where I sit..JJoe Marsh has sold came her back home to and Keystone gone to, Livingston Snedden. N.' H. Tate, Henry I r WORTH MORE WHEN YOU SELL IT

1 Jacksonville.The ty'I I.
eu. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weichel and
I With K-bar frame with weather-tight,
railroad crossing on High- Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Watson will; 3 rugged

It's the Principalof way 21 at 'Keystone Heights was to New York the last of this j 1 1i. hull-tight body construction this Ford will stay
II IIP.'O
the scene of a rather serious ac- for short.visit. '" its 41 "Worth Mere"
a j i "new" for years. And, among
the cident on Thursday Oct. 22. at s
Thing 3:30 Mr. pnd MI'!'!. Ed Nelson of features will find advances like Ford's Center-
ajn. A Southern" Railway Mississippi have been visiting the you
train. Extra 3128. had been Bastedos. Pill Fueling, suspended pedals, and new Wonder

Every autumn oar High Scho l From where I sit, it's no won switching and had cut the cros- Anniversary Banquet o 't Ride that male this '53 Ford the trend-setter of the

has a contest to see who can get der our youngsters think Miss I sine. then coupled up and called The Harriet Kellv Sundav American Road. Here's a car that will really hang
the most ads for The Retorier Gilbert such a wonderful per t i in the flagman and the engineer school Class of the First Baptist

the school magazine. The winner Boa (even though they know was waiting for the flagman to Churrh ln.fd its first anniversary onto its value!

becomes honorary Principal for they'll have to make up thata '! come in. A car coming from baivu-t last Friday night at ute

day. day).Her tolerance her friendly I Jacksonville on Highway 21 .Keystone Restaurant. The U-

Skip Roberts won last week way with people of all ages reflect I j I crashed into the train. The driver., shawd table was beautifully decorated YOUR CHOICE OF V-8 OR SIX SEE IT .

and'his first (and only) official in everything she does. For I j I Stanley H. Krezeswak. escaped with the class colors yel- l FORDOMATIC, OVERDRIVE- OR CONVENTIONAL Ford VALUE CHECK IT i) '

act as "Principal" of the school instance, at1' house Miss Gilbert with slight injuries but his passenger -: low and green. The color scheme I TEST DRIVE IT I

-was to announce in a loud clear prefers tea but always respects i! Boyd Aries Riley, suffered I II I was also carried out in the corsages I T.D-A-F.
i head and chest "
voice: "I hereby declare today my preference for a glass injuries and was worn by the ladies and in
of beer. As a real in i siven first aid by Dr. D. Christ- the menu? A delicioi chicken
a school holiday person. I
offers and was'then
the real community, Miss Gilbert be. taken' to dinner was served by the restaurant -
JCnowing Miss Gilbert any the Air Base Hospital. Both men ANDREWS MOTOR CO.
principal. it was no surprise to longs. at "the head of the class." I were stationed at Jacksonville enjoyed, and by a all variety program was

me that she laughed as hard as Naval Air Station. The
car
was The 23 class members and
anybody else and said to go 80e1 t // I badly damaged. included "Uncle" Dave Baker guests a

right ahead. Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr. enter- beloved
tained on Sunday. Oct. 25, with a who now member lives of the church. Madison & 4pams Sts. Phone 118 STARKE. FLORIDA
with a daughter in
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( FRIDAY" OCTOBER 80. 1958 BRADFORD OOUKTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE,'FLORIDA P'A-G'E E-- THE !


nrrrnBROOKER YYYYYY.Y..YYYYYY. had as their guests Dr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton, Mrs. Starling and Mrs. Wilson and J I II I
trict for which a county board member schools within the said district tobe trustee or I
left the Korean lines on the 17th Jackie Dyal, is provided by law. The : by writing in the name If you favor a different levy write t
George Engelhard of Leesburg.They daughter of Mr. and per. of the person or persons of your the levy you favor after line two: .
of this month and expects his Mrs. L L Dyal, sons qualified to hold such office District Current School choice for the position and marking .A. District > 1 .
attended the festivities of who is attending .nd who receive the greatest nom Funds _________ 7 mills. an ">.-" o. Can-rat F Bdi
thereafter VOTE
the homecoming and entertainedwith ship to dock at Mayport on November business school in that city. ber .of votes cast for election of School Building and Bus THREE PERSONS: FOR Estimated millage regular levy required for
trustees subject to the limitation Reserve Fund 2 term:
Grace G. mrtuWAAAAAAAAAAAAA&A&AAAAA a-barbecue Saturday night. 30. Brooker has three players on the prescribed above, shall serve for the The ballot shall be as follows mills: L. F. (Monk) Dinkins 1. 7 mills ______ ___
Pvt.. McRae is I A. L. Green <__ 2. Other millage levy ._ ____
Homecoming guests of the BID Benny expected B squad football team to S tarke ensuing two years as trustees for SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL O. J. Phillips _
B.
# w Bighorns included :Mr. and Mrs. home this weekend from Parris I this year. They are L. A. Mott, said school district. DISTRICT>O. 1 -J-___.___ ____ -- DUtriet Rrirrre No. t BalldUg Fcadt mad Bas
The BRADFORD
Civil Defense Post Tom Carroll and family of Tallahassee Island, S. C., for a 10 day fur- Stanley Green and Kenny Green. nium for millage said for Special the ensuing Tax School blei- Special Tax Srkeol COUXTV.District FLORIDA Elettloa Estimated, millage levy required for
regular
To Be Formed Here }{r. and Mrs. Jimmy_Whittle lough. Let's give them a little more sup- District and determined No. 1 shall at the also be votedon time, for Bradford C...tr. Florida. Held.November 2. Ballot for School Tai District 1. 2 mills __ term__:_ _____
same
and and Mr. and"Mrs. shall 3. 1953 Millage 2. Other millage levy ____
The Civil Defense Authorities son Pvt. 'Jesse Thomas, son of Mr. port, we? as prescribed by law. The County Levy ? _
Bill Richardson of Jacksonville. Board of Public Instruction, in 1. Ballot for Trustee of the DUtrlet Instruction to voters: Indicate by The Board of Public Instruction
accordance
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and Mrs. Bob Thomas, was home
would like to In There has been much said about Instruction to voters Indicate Bradford County,
set up four posts with the provisions of Sec. : your marking an "X" in the space after Florida.
Joining them after the game for for a few hours visit last Saturday choice by marking an "J(" after the line one whether H P. Morgan.
Bradford County one of which forming a garden club in 230.23 (12) (a), Florida School Laws you favor the pro- '
dinner and the dance was Jimmy night. Brooker. 1946 has determined that the minimum name of the person or persons of posed millage levy which is neees. County Superintendent.ioi6 .
win be located m Brodker. pre- Doyle of Deland. This is fine, but we need to know millage assessment for the your choice for the position as sary for the approved school term. ; 3t 1030; I
ferably at the school 'Civil defense i Mrs. W. A. Hamilton returnedto ensuing biennium for the support
Is an intergal part of the Among those from Brooker attending -. her home at Chattanooga, just how many of you are really and maintenance of all the public

national program which Is basedon Gator Growl were: Mr. Tenn, after spending two. weeks interested before concrete plans TTTTVTCHARLEY

the principals of self-protection and Mrs. L. A.Mott, Mr. and Mrs. here with Rev. and Mrs. S. F. can be made. Fifteen members will I I A FABULOUS ARRAY OF PRODUCE VALUES-
Russell Green and family, Mr. Beard.
and mutual aid Individuals, be
by I necessary to become affiliatedwith
groups, communities, the states and Mrs. G.,E. Green and family' Mrs. Reed Lewis and daughter I.!
and nation. and Mr. and :Mrs. A.Miller. Those Reeda returned to their home the Starke club, or 30 mem-

enjoying just the parade were:I here over the weekend after bers, forming two circles to be an ANNUAL PRODUCE FESTIVAL
W. T. BED) Coram has been
Rev. and Mrs. S. F. Beard Mrs. spending a week with Reed's par- independent. All interested please
appointed of the
I superintendent Guv Harrell and daughters, and ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.-Lewis, in contact Mrs. H. 13. Anderson as
Brooker and would like for '
post soon as convenient. "" "'''-'
Ralph Hazen. Starke. \
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all Interested persons to contact I __ llll l
him Rev. and Mrs. S. "F. Beard en- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gand -
will
I be immediately. Training tertained approximately 20 guestsat had as their dinner guests last YOU'LL LOVE the new lI'.ater- ;
given In spotting aircraft and brook 4tir ,
last after- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. pone-size fountain pens in
other phases of civil defense work. open house Sunday Thursday :::s
pastel shades. Only $2.37 at BradFORD ::::::.
noon. The visitors were shown Brown. of Hawthorne. Mrs. Brown"is
:::
There is an important job for 1: :
the work which"had recently been the sister of Mrs. Gano. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ==== .
every member of our community.It -
I completed on the parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Beard -
Is
for your own protection NOTICE OF ELECTIONThe -
won't YOU sign up? Brother Beard assures us that all returned to their home in Tampa Board of Public Instructionof :--::= LOVETTOtatE iF

Calling AD Spooks who were not able' to be presentat Tuesday night following a ten Bradford County, Florida, here- ;-:::::
1 by calls and gives notice of a Spec-
The Hallowe'en Carnival Turin the open "house will be most day visit with his parents, Rev. ial Election to be held on Tuesday -
welcome at time. and Mrs. S. F. Beard. November 3, 1953. in Special Tax -
any ::
convene at the
Saturday 4p.m., School District No. 1 of Bradford E. JOHNS & SON ;:
The schedule followingthe Weekend of Mr. and :::::::
guests
projram
Farmers ,
Market, with rides for County Florida the boundaries of
the kiddies on the fire truck. The regular Wednesday night prayer Mrs. H. S. Anderson were Mr. the said Special Tax School Dis- about this question
meetings at 7 at the and Mrs. Byrd Fryer of Jackson trict No. 1 being coextensive with
costume p.m. //III/II"-
parade will begin at $:30, the boundaries of the county as pre-
and a chicken pilau dinner will be Brooker Baptist Church is as scribed by Section 230.34, Florida
served at 6. Concession stands follows: 1st,Wed., Sunday School;* ville.Mr.. and Mrs. G. B. Colson were ter Statutes 23726,, 1941 Laws, as of amended Florida 1947.by Chap Said When Jim bought a "gun Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat., OcL 31

win be open at 4. Come on out 2nd Wed.. Church business meet- visiting with our former residents election to be held at the usual floater", I thought it was a

and join in the fun! ing; 3rd Wed.! Women's* Missionary Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long, at Rai- polling in said place county in each for the voting precinct of new gimmick to make a shot. |ow I Prices t

Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Anderson Society program; 4th Wed.. ford last Sunday. Monday night electing three trustees for purpose the public float if dropped in the 152 Gall Street I
Training Union; 5th Wed., Church guests of the Colsons were their schools within the boundaries of gun Everyday -
I'll' rally and social. granddaughters, Diane, Linda Special Tax School District No.1. lake. He tells me it's insur-
Each of the three
trustees shall Starke
Mr. and Mrs. 'A. Miller have as' Kay and Margaret of Starke. come 'from any one residence disc ance on guns. Will about $5 Specials Too I Florida 1' 11

FOLEY SHARPENED SAWS their house guest this week Mrs. Mary Green has returnedto buy insurance to cover
Charles Harvey, of Boston, Mass. her home here after spending my -
Cut Foster, dearer, Easier Spending Sunday visiting rela- several days visiting with Mrs. guns against fire, theft, loss

You'll save time .and effort tives in Wildwood were Mrs. C. Virgie Hale at Worthington or accidental damage? Limit 3 Cans with $5 or More Food Order Standard Quality

F. Kelly, Steve and L c. Kelley, Springs.
when your saws have been
and Mrs. L. L. Dyal. Mrs. Guy Harrell had as her
'I I sharpened on our precision
machine.' All teeth are made Mr. and Mrs. L. 'L Dyal and dinner guests on Monday night For TOM A TOE S No 303 Can lOe

uniform and accurate : family recently enjoyed a fish fry her mother Mrs. Edna Hayes Charley E. Johns
Stella Crops & Livestock
I just like .new. on the St. Johns River with sister Mrs. Mae Wilson

Y.o'U b. friends and relatives. and son Edwin, of Gainesville. Limit 1 Can with $5 or More Food Order .
Famous Blend
Mr. this
Sunday dinner guests of Wade Harrell is spending .
pleased with and Mrs. Russell Green were Mr. week visiting his niece, Mrs. Fred Gainesville Production & Son
our speedyservice and Mrs. W. M. Lawhon. Conerly and family.in Miami. Credit Association Agency

I with and Mr. and TUrs. Z. "W. Hamilton Mrs. E. M. Hazen and Aubrejv 630 N. Main St ASTOR COFFEE LbCan 6ge

your easy had as their Sunday overnight Hazen and sons spent last Thurs- Gainesville, Florida Phone 13 Starke, Fla.
catting saw. enest T. K. McClane of Winter day in Starke visiting Mr. Marvin
,
Park. formerly the County Agentfor Hazen. AAAAAAAAALAAAAA-------LA- -LA--AL--ALL--
: Favorite Shorteningswirl's
Bradford County. Mr. and Mrs. Dreaden Hines i

ALSO SHARPENALL Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson -, were in Jacksonville last Sunday I

KINDS OF TOOLS, had as their guests Sunday visiting son Melvin and family.Mr. .

KNIVES, SISSORS, ETC. afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. and Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson Truly,Expert JEWEL 3 LbCan 75e

Tomlinson, of Starke. had as their guest last Sun- I
All New Equipment
We hear that Mrs. Roy Tomlin- day Frank's parents Mr. and Mrs. i Radio And

CALVIN JOHNS Ron is now employed at the Tom-I O. F. Tomlinson of Starke. __

'465 N. Water St. Hnson-Maines Drug Store in Lake Mrs. H. B. Scofield spent this SERVICEALL O'Sage Halves Tropical Short Grain ASTOR InstantPEACHES
Butler past weekend visiting with Mr.

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. -Mott had and Mrs. T. E. Tindel in Greenville

u their dinner guest on Sunday Ala. MAKES ALL MODELS : R ICE I COFFEE '

Thompson of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott spent

MONUMENTSLOWEST Those from Brooker attendingthe last Saturday in Dunnellon visit- FREE ESTIMATES .. CALL 239 I
Sunday School Mass Meetingat ing with Cordelia's mother, Mrs. C

PRICES I Beulah Church last, Tuesday Rita Brown. Most Experienced Finest Equipped No 2!/ Can 21 3 Lb Pkg33C 2-oz Jar 49NatLOWEN
nlght1'ere Rev. S. F. Beard Miss
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Lubedia Pinholster, Mrs. Rosa Barbara McRae and infant' daugh-: e Satisfaction Guaranteed
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I Foy'Setting In Or Near Rev. H. H. Mott. Brother Beard recently at Parris .Island, S.

was moderator of the'meeting. C. They went up to see Pvt. Chas. C. Shepherd c ec l esT.

STARKEWrite Rev.: Beard spent Tuesday at Benny McRae, and to give him the
the Training Union, Clinic at.First first glimpse of his daughter. I Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers Ailo a

Baptist Church in Gainesville.I I I R. G. Thomas spent last weekend PHONE; 239 STARKE, FLA.Goblins GfFPLENTY FOR )

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boys were friends in Korea and
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FAG! FOUR. ". _;".', -= BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK,"FLORID. A" -' _.___,_.. ._.... _.._.. ____. FRIDAY, OCTOBER JO, 1953
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:; :'11 I J J I I Anita Courtmanch Wedding PartyIs Shower Is Given Plans Completed -Florida within eight calendar As Clerk of said Court

months from the time of the first By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Plays In Symphony Entertained By For Miss StricklandMiss For Tea publication of this notice. .Each Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Build
Honoring claim or demand shall be in writing. lag, Jacksonville Florida.
Three Hostesses and shall state the place of residence Attyt. for PIt 10/30 U 11/20
Phyllis Strickland'of Jack- Teachers, Officers and post office address the claIm- -
ant, and shall be
sworn to by the
Members, of the Sieple-Strick- sonville and Starke was honoredat claimant her agent, or attorney, and Hi Circuit KOTICE C..rt TO APPEAR
.
land a lovely bridal shower Wednes- Elaborate arrangements are be- any such claim or demand, not so Florida !. ChaBcery.Bradford C BBty

wedding following party rehearsal were entertained day, October 21, at the home of ing made by members of the filed Gertie shall be Miles void, As administratrixof Marilyn Mae Fanshaw. Plaintiff, vs.
Monday Floyd B. Fanshaw, Jr.,
Mrs. Elray Hanchey. Senior and Junior Woman's Clubs the Estate of As executor Denfendant.Case .

Gladys 'Mooty evening when Mrs. E. W. Hayes, During the evening games were for the tea to be given Thursday of the Last Will and Testa- .V.tle* To Appear No. 10-162
Mrs. C. G. Strickland, and Mrs. ment of Mrs. Rachel El-own
Phone35flrssrrflSSSSSSSflSflSSS played and prizes were awarded to evening, Nov. 5, from 8 to 10 lug deceased. To: Floyd B. Fanshaw, Jr., whose
John Deas hostesses residence
and
were at
-j. address
a
is
: 136S:
to.; ', dinner the winners, after which Miss o'clock in the club house. The First publication October 30. 1953.: Brooklyn Boulevard, Bay
Shore
party'at' the
.SSSSSssssrssss sans Hayes homeon 10/30 H n/o New
Strickland was presented many affair will be in honor of the York.
Madison Street.
Your
BPW.' Membersf Miss Frances WhiteIs .J .Seasona1 flowers were used lovely gifts.Assisting. Bradford County 'teachers, board I.Florida Circuit I.Court 'Bradford Coiaty, suit. for are hereby notified that
ChaBcery
the hostess members, trustees, supervisors Divorcehas
I. fg throughout the home: with arrangements in caringfor Mildred I. Blair Plaintiff, VS. Walter been filed against
Entertain 'Bosses'At Complimented EI 'of 'yellow chrysanthe: ,the guests was Mrs. Jim and their wives and husbands.A H. Blair, Defendant. above named Court and you cause in and the

Seiple sister of the bride-elect. musical program is being Case No. 10-1(1 you are required to serve a of
Annual At Home mums used in the Order Of I'b1ieatIeiAad copy
dining
Banquet"Bosses" At'Lovely ; room. arranged by Mrs. K. G. Duncan T. >etlte your answer or pleading to the complaint -
diimer Appear State Of Florida TotWalter on the Plaintiff's
The. table was covered witha Attorney
Surprise Party and Mrs. L. H. Jennings, social R. E'lair, whose residence Evan T. Evans 103 Law Exchange
of members of the ,On Thursday Oct. 22. Mrs. L. white linen cloth and centered and address is: Unknown: Building,
Jacksonville
chairman club
of the senior has ,
Starke Business and Professional A.. Canova- entertained at home with the'bride's cake For Mrs. SchaefferMrs. You are required to appear on Florida,
general supervision or arrange- November 33, 1953, in the above and file the
W men' dub were their dinner for her niece Miss Frances White Miss Strickland and Mr. Sieple ments. named Court and cause, wherein the Clerk of origloal the Circuit In the Court office.of

guests Thursday evening, Oct. 15, Tallahassee, whose marriage to I presented their attendants with George Schaeffer was the All members of both clubs and plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford or before the 30 day of November.on '

In the Methodist Recreation HaiL Jack Shoemaker also of Tallahassee lovely gifts. honor guest at a surprise birth- their husbands are urged to at- County Order in Telegraph next fOQr.shall weekly publish issues.this said I9S3;Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as co.of-

The Club President Desta Dyal. will be an event of Novem- day'party given Wednesday eve- tend and welcome and enter- Witness my nand and official fesseTT y you.
held
welcomed the group and the invocation ber 11. Friends, of Miss White Miss StricklandIs ning, Oct. 21, by her husband and tain the honor guests. 28 seal, 1953.:-Starke.. Florida this Oct. once This each notice shall be published
week for four
was given by W. B. SewelL were invited to' call between the her aunt Miss Anna McCullough. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby weeks In the Bradford County consecutive Telegraph J

Mrs. Dyal explained that the din- hours of 3:00 and 5:00 p.m.at' the Honoree At TeaThe Guests at this affair includedMr. By Marian L. As Clerk of said Court *

ner in honor of their bosses was L. A. 'C nova home on Kingsley and Mrs. Mike Gilhooley Mr. Birthday Party Charles p. Hess Crosby 204,Guaranty Deputy Clerk Life 1953.Dated this 29 day of October,

given as part of the club's observance Lake. recreation room of the First i and Mrs. Paul Meng, FrancisMeng I For Mrs W. H. Smith ,.Bldg.. Jacksonville, Florida. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

of. National Business' Guests were greeted at the Baptist Church ,was the scene of Mrs. Mary Humphries Mrs. Any! tor Pit_ 10/JO tt 11/20 E'y' Marian Clerk L. of the Circuit Court.

Women's Week. This week is porch, door by"Mrs. G. B. Flynn a lovely bridal tea shower Thurs- Dolores Fogg, Mrs. Charlie Powell, Mrs.. Hogan Smith was delight IB Circuit Court Bradford- C01lat,. Crosby, Deputy 10/30 4t Clerk 11/20

observed each year during October, and were invited into the living day evening of last week honoringMiss Mrs. Eleanor'Lyons, Mr. and Mr?. fully surprised at a birthday party Florida Iduma IB Davis Chaacery.Mary Plaintiff. vs. ,. I

by the National Federationof room. Receiving in line with Mrs. Phyllis Strickland whose Jules Schiller and Rev. Father given in her honor Tuesday evening Melvin Mixon Davis, Jr., Defendant. 'TvYvYvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyymWhat's ,
Professional marriage to John W. Sieple was Case No.. 10-163.
Business and Turnier.
Canova and Miss White'was Mrs. at the Smith home on North Order Of Publication And fiotltf

Women's clubs to dramatize the G. W. Alderman grandmother of. ,. I an event of Tuesday night. Walnut St by 12 of her friends. To Appear Sf.feor Florida Tot

contributions of women to the I Ii Miss Aliese Lawson greeted Melvin Mixon Davis, Jr., whose :
the honoree. Mrs. G. L. Patten UDC To Meet Nov 4 The eventful day started out residence and address
I- is: Unknown.
guests at the door and
social, economic and .political life i invited guests to the tea.table to presentedthem with Mrs. Smith receiving 12 You are required to appear on I

of the community. be served. Jktrs. G. C. White to the receiving line composed The regular monthly meeting of mums a gift from Mrs. Dave November 30, 1953, in the above

Officers of the club, 1st vice served coffee from the beautifully Anita Courtmanch former resident of the honoree and her W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C. Paulk. At noon Mr. Smith was plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause Custody, wherein and

of St rke, will play in the j I mother, Mrs. Clayton Strickland, will be held
president Margaret Miller; Cor- appointed table from which guests at the home of Mrs. host at a birthday luncheon in control of minor child. Bradford

responding .secretary, Helen Harley served themselves sandwiches; State Symphony Orchestra in Tallahassee and the Migses Joan Tenly, Jimmy L. D. Vining Wednesday, Nov. 4. Jacksonville for Mrs. Smith with Order County in Telegraph next four shall weekly publish issues.< this .

treasurer Mildred on November 2 for the Moncrief, and Faye Paulk. at 3:30: o'clock. Mrs. W. G. Haila
; and Doyle party mints, salted nuts, and indi State Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown, Jr.. Witness my hand and official! !
were introduced. Recording secre- ; Music Teachers, Convention. Pouring punch during the evening will be co-hostess. seal at Starke, Florida, this October
vidually-iced cakes. Mrs. Thomas E. Olham and .
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She is also an active member of I were Misses Pauline 29. 1953.
Colson and 2nd vice Gay
. tary, Pearle A color scheme of pink, green. I the Jacksonville i' daughter Muriel as guests to (OFFICIAL :SEAL) Charles A. DarbGive )
- Hartmann were: Music Teachers Patty Lawson, and Nancy duPre. MYF Will Conduct
president, Loyree and white was carried out in the celebrate the occasion.Wesleyan .
Association and the State Music Assisting in serving were Misses
cot present. flower arrangements and refresh- DriveThe
Special'guests on this occasion ments..' The large table, overlaid (Teachers. She plays violin in the Barbara Prevatt, Shirley Carpenter Clothing
GuildThe
were Mr. and Mrs. Sam McGarveyof with an embroidered linen cloth, Philharmonic and Jacksonville Joann Smith and Agnes and Methodist Youth Fellow-

Lawtey. Mr McGarvey writesa was placed against a wall. The Symphony. Pamela Lawson. ship is sponsoring: a clothing drive, t Toh.i'5 b3 '1"0 delight your type? '
Service Guild met girl
Soft music Wesleyan c6 of one ,
"Fanners was played throughout JO'II
weekly column. Saturday, Oct. 31. The hap '
center'piece of gladiolas and young an C tI! "vee the
this at the home of Mrs.
Diary", in the Bradford County silvered magnolia leaves was County H.D. Council the evening by Miss. Janice people will start collecting the Melba week Partin with Mrs. Lillie cesSuI ir,. "c:. ...,,.O..... but b0ned RANCH colonial. Cape Cod,
Telegraph Following dinner he Daneby. clothes at 2 o'clock and if clothesare J} aDTo
flanked by silver triple candel- Meets At HamptonThe Hostesses Bridges as co-hostess. The Quiet .. t edition no matter what style
spoke to the group on "Women toBusiness" for this lovely affair left or. porches, they will be help"1. you
abra
holding tall pink tapers. The Peace OJ"'zed -
or 'rJ1Ic
the In- were Mrs Joe Jordan, and the Day Observance for the Week Dayof DIi 1t4 perdear it's worth
stressed own
and silver coffee service sandwich picked up. The clothes are to be a olle IIQ ,f r compaotroubled. plenty!
County Council of Home Misses Benton Prayer was given by Miss Iorel I
role they Patsy Joan Tenly, .
Cvtasingly: important sent to Korea. Rebuilding after fire would
trays and compotes completedthe a
are playing in the field of politics. Demonstration Clubs met wjth the Aliese Lawson; Shirley Carpenter, Audrey Newman and Mrs. Agnes jop.

table service. Hampton Club Tuesday morningin Jimmy Joann Smith. Johns. Twelve members were cost a fortune. And fire may
Introduced Moqcrief
:Mrs. Dyal club members Band Parents NoticeThere
the to feel at
Helping guests *
present and each introducedher the.Hampton City Hall. Faye Paulk, and Barbara Prevatt. present. strike.

guest About 40 members and home were Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Cox, president of the will be a meeting of the

the dinner. 0.t L. Beasley, and Mrs. J. W. Council, called the meeting to Garden Club Bradford County Band Parents Altar
guests enjoyed Kincaid. Mrs. T. J. Alderman and Hears Society all The best type of prgteclionT
order and Mrs.
W. W. Hammondread Assn. next Tuesday night, Nov. 3,

Mrs. Mattie Gahagan were 'as the Homemaker's Creed.It Talk On Hibiscus at 7:30 o'clock in the band room st. Edward's Altar Society will Strong and adequate insurance -
Week Of Prayer sisted in serving by Mrs. J. R. OXFORD BIBLEAmerica's
was voted to renew State at the USO building. All band meet Tuesday night at 8 o'clockin .

Observed TuesdayBy Wainwright, Mrs. Charles A. Library books for another three j". The October meeting of the parents are urged to attend. the Catholic recreation halL

Darby and Mrs. W. C. Powell. months. These books are for |Starke Garden Club was held Gift Bible alsee UTS

Methodist WSCS About 50, guests called duringthe those people who do not have access Monday evening at 7:30: in St. -- Your bookstore hoi many fine

appointed hours. to a library otherwise. Mark's Parish House with 35 editions for your selection.

Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, chairman As a memento of the occasiri Club dues were raised from $3 members present. $1.65 lo $250.00 H. C. WALL

of Spiritual Life of the Methodist Mrs. Canova presented Miss Whit to. $5., Mrs. R. F. Young presided ,over 1

WSCS, had charge of the Weekof with a house plant in ,Camark Miss Dorothy Ross, Home Dem- the business session. Miss Clara AGENCYPhont

Prayer program Tuesday'morn-: pottery. S onstration Agent, explained 'the Leamon gave the devotionals anda
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ing in the church sanctuary, and .---
rat eradication campaign which short talk on bird, conservation. S
.
presented Mrs: G. L. Farber who 200 E. Call Street
acted conductor the Presbyterian Women will be launched November 6-7 Mrs. Cora Quattiebaum was appointed Well, honestly now when' I Whew! See what I mean')

as throughout Plan Bake by a "rat banquet". Bait may be chairman of the Fair hear about everybody who went Know there must have been scadsof Starke
and Mrs. E. K. Sale
meeting, Ferryman -
booth and members asked
purchased locally in the were to '
stores
to Gainesville last weekend for others, but you really don't expect AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASTARKE ,
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pianist.
over the county.It bring exhibits and help with the Homecoming festivities, I wonder me to see do ? .-. _.
The topic for the program was The Women of the PresbyterianChurch booth. everyone. you - --...- - ,.
"The Authority and Commands' of met Tuesday evening at was announced that a furni- just who was left around Call Oh yes, glimpsed Dooley and w _
Mrs. M. F. Hazen introducedMrs.
Jesus" Ethelyn B. Jones. Four 8 o'clock in the Sunday School ture refinishing workshop will be Street to keep things going Leonard Smith enjoying the

meditation bjj building vith 13 meMbers'present.. held November 11-12 at the Ruby Johns who gave .an Next year, think I'll settle for Forestry Service berbecue near
were given as follows:
Why A Quiet| Day?", Mrs. E.-L. Mrs. E. M. Davis had charge of Hampton City Hall for membersand interesting talk on planting and running the names of those who the gym prior to the game .
for Hibiscus. Johns
Matthews; "The Authority of the business meeting. Mrs. Robert I friends. Those desiring to caring Mrs. stayed home "Twill take up a Sorry to hear Jerome Johns has PECANS sold I-
of the varieties and
Jesus", Mrs..A. Wood; Tarry Ye I Paterson, Mrs. Grace Fulwood and'I attend are asked to contact a displayed many S lot less space, I know had to undergo an eye operationand
answered
questions ed by members -
in .. Jerusalem", Mrs. M. R.I Miss1 Carrie Ward were appointedas < Home Demonstration member or .' Won't attempt to tell you who is at present in Tampa ..

Judd; and "Go Ye", Mrs. Titus a nominating committee Mrs. Miss Ross for details. did what, but here is a "partial"list Hear that Sarge and Mrs. Ben

Olson. Claude Crowson, Mrs.:K. G. Dun- Mrs. B. M. McRae Mrs. Wesley Refreshments were served by of those who trekked to the Suslow celebrated their 29th

At the conclusion of the meet can and Mrs. Robert Kite will have McRae Mrs. Russell Thomas, and the Mrs.hostesses L: 0 ,Hazen Mrs. Frazier Mrs. R.Shaw F., University City for the parade Friday !- wedding anniversary on October MEANS MORE MONEY FOR YOU

ing the members took their '"Week charge of a bake sale which will Mrs. E. L. ,Cox were among those afternoon and'or Gator Growl 26 .. And Louise and Ed Tenly
Mrs. C L. Rivera Mrs.
Young, ,
of Prayer and Self Denial" contributions be held some time in November. modeling dresses made as a result that night and'or': the game Satur- observed their 2lst last Friday .. .
Maxie Carter, and Mrs. Marian
to the altar and, -following Mrs. W. L. Cooper, Church Extension of the clothing workshop held Howe. day afternoon: Congratulations, all AT

a period of silent meditation chairman, assisted by Mrs. in September. Another similar Thrilled to see a whole page of
Doc and Norma Jean Adams.
were dismissed with Edna Prevatt and Rev. W. S. workshop will be held next spring.: pictures of our First Lady, Ted e

by Mrs. Farber. prayer McAliley, showed two movies. After the oovered dish luncheon. I Oleeta Green Weds Dot Alvarez, Dot Ross, Joe An- Johns, in the Tallahassee Demo- GOLD KIST PECAN GRO\\ ERS
I drews, the B. C. Holtzendorfs (Jr.
Mrs. B. M. McRae
Mrs. McAliley, hostess for the was presentedthe HardenbrookMrs. crat last Sunday In the story
Sgt. and Sr.) and the Jr.'s house guest,
evening, served refreshments at door prize: a potted plant. accompanying the uix Ted 'fessesup
Barbara Paffprd of Miami, Mrs.F. .
the close of the program. :Mrs. Hammond reported on that she has a weakness for 321
"fAIIEnE. Nelson Turner Green an- C. Hollingsworlh and Penny, j Temple Ave. Starke Fla.
Hampton Club's community pro- . ,
shoes (don't we all?)
the of her .
nounces marriage daughter
the Buddy Bishops, Billy Powells.
OK PAY lect last Saturday night at the though few of us could boast of 4
NOTHING! \VMS NoticesCircl Oleeta Katherine to
Sgt.
Hall. Proceeds will be used Leslie Biggses, Vernon Silcoxes. .
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City '. -
wearing the First Lady's size '" -- ". ,-.
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Donald N. Hardenbrook, U. S. Herbert Greens, Gene Longs, Ester -- -- '
II-III I..nun ClIIUml'pJ'1T1'8 to pay for the gas range in the five and half Bet
of the First Oct. 26 in a quints .
Baptist Army on Monday Carter, Loca and Hal Norman, the .
building.Mrs.
Church will meet Tuesday, Nov. 3, H. Folkston, Ga. The ceremony was George Shufords, Lucile Edwardsand even Cinderella would have a hard I : -- -,- -- -- '
C. Wainwright,
program .
at 3jvm. as follows: chairman, introduced Mrs. Martha performed by County Judge Cecil chillun, Shirley Carpenter, time getting one of those on
Lorena Epperson Circle at homeof Conner Well looks like another gala
Strickland the Truman
Snellen. health from Sonny ,
public
nurse
Mrs. Ewell Lawson; Daisy The bride, eldest daughter of Normans, David and Glen Shuford. weekend in the offing, what with
the clinic
who spoke on the serv-
Fowler Circle at home of Mrs. Mrs. Green and the late .Mr. Mrs. R. O. Janice and the PTA Carnival today and the
Dansby,
ices of' that department and hom
HEARING AIDS' K.V.. Hayes: Dora Alderman care of the sick.Twentyfive Green,. graduated from Bradford Billy, Enos Hayes and the E. W. Junior Woman's Club Hallowe'en RADIO & TV SERVICE

> IHItl GIEAT MODELS Circle at home of Mrs. S. E. members High School, class of 1945, and haJ Hayeses, John and Betty Deas, dance Saturday night Don'tknow
were
I' tlCH S JC fcMCoiteCMDnfcMMil Sparks; Ida Darby Circle at homeof pres- resided in Starke all her life. the Cliff Curries, J. D. Doylf.s.Phil if I'll hold out to get aroundto

jj p *aMMiilni UCANOVA Mrs: B. T. Thomas; Helen Sgt., Hardenbrook, son of Mr. Vitsky, Ovid Lewis, the J. R. everything, but I'm certainly: Reasonable Guaranteed Service

Masters Circle at home of :Mrs. ent.WMS and Mrs. Isiah Hardenbrook of Kites, Guy and Bet Andrews, theS. gonna try So long. See

J. R. Chasteen. InstructionAt Starke, attended BHS before entering G. Denmarks and guests, the you there .. On All Makes Radios or TV

Doris Knight Circle will meetin St. Augustine the Army, where he has D. L. Thornes 'of Baldwin, the Carolyn

the! educational building at served four years overseas duty in Paul Raymonds, Sylvia Alvarez NOTICE

PHARMACY 7:30 p.m.Lioness. All ladies of the New River the Far East. He is now stationed the Ralph Alvarez', Titus Olson. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: : IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS "

yyyyyyYyyYyyyyyyyvyyyyy, Association are urged to attenda 1at Camp Stewart, Ga. i Mullet Smith, the Robbie Shallers. will You offer are for hereby sale and notified sell at that public I :: : v NOT GIVING YOU

4 Club NoficeThe day on instruction in WMS Mike Gilhooleys, Joe Cumbers, sale to the highest and best bidder : SATISFACTIONCall
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methods on Friday, Nov. 6, at the BP\V Club Hears I Don Ray Tilleys, Alice Anderson. livestock for cash: the following described _

regular monthly meeting of Ancient City Church in St. Augus- the Bobby Turners, Dean Sewell 1 spotted Boar, approximately

PARK the Lioness Club will be Thurs- tine from 10 a.m. to 2:30: p.m. School Supervisor I and Pam. Mrs. Ovid Bennett and 60 pounds; I I 198-W At Once
at 12 noon on the 3rd day of November -
W STARKE FLA. day, Oct. 29, at 7:30: p.m. in the Teachers will be Mrs. S. D. October of Randy, the James Lewises, Claude 1953 at the South door of the !
At the meeting
J Lions Den. Hostesses for the Wallace Mrs. S. Q. Holland, Mrs. Crowsons, Sandra Johns, Mar- Court House. to satisfy a claim in

evening will be Virginia Darby John Maguire, Mrs. Titus Aid- the Business and Professional earet: Rose Duncan, Ernie and the sum of 113.50 for fees and, expenses costs 228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's
and
for feeding care
Fri.. Sat.-Oct. 30, 31 Women's Club held Monday eve- I,I.
and Katie Wainwright. All members ridge and Miss Elizabeth Prov- ning in St. Edward's Hall, Mrs. Phyllis Phillips, Mrs. Ira Harris thereof. ... '
DOUBLE
FEATURE and Gary, the M. S. Sheppards, October 29. 1953. .. -3
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are asked to bring a pros- ence.Members Helen Malone, as Education and P. D. Reddish. -
LAST TRAIN are asked to bring Brad Lockes, Charlie Parkers; Sheriff Bradford County.
member. Vocations chairman, presented an I
pective sandwiches, and the host church JoAnn Smith, Jimmy Rowe, the ltchg 10/30 ,
informal discussion on school
FROM BOMBAY will provide the drink. school R. E. Saunders', Jimmy and NOTICE TO CREDITORS
methods' led by Elementary
With Jon Hail and Christie Those atending will leave from Gladys Hobbs the Harold Hazel- (1933 Probate Aft., Serm. 119. 1:0):
i I Supervisor, P. T. Nolin. Members Ia i The Court of the Coamtr Judge '
Larson the First Baptist Church in Starkeat asked questions and made Woods, J. L. Coles, Gilbert Browns, Bradford Conatf, Florida, ; I
present
8 a.m. on Nov. 6. Mrs. B. B. Rowland and Kay; la Probate.
-And- It is that WMS of comments on the topics under S. In re: Estate of Mrs. Rachel Brown
hoped the Bubbajand Edna Wells, Mrs. L.
In. Deceased.To .
THE HAWK OF 4. each church will be represented. |discussion. _ Hutto Shellie Hall Elizabeth All Creditors and Persons Having
Club President. Desla Dyal, appointed -
I Claims or Demands. Against Said
I I I Crawford, Carolyn Redgrave and
WILD RIVER Madge Middleton to serve : Estate:
Jr.Voman's Club on the membership committee of I I son the Charles Darbys, George You and each of you are hereby
With Smiley Burnette Stanley Noegels. Ed notified and required to present any
Plus Serial "Lost Planet" To Prepare SealsThe which Loyfee Hartmann is chair- Hugginses, claims or demands which you, or I
1 Tenlys, K. G. Duncans, Orie Wig- either of yt>u, may have against the '
I man. ;
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Chapt. 10 and1 Cartoon THEBROWN ginses, Mary Lawson and Jimmy, estate of Mrs. Rachel Browning, deceased -
Junior Woman's Club will Della Rosenberg was appointed i Perman late of said County, to the i
chairman of a committee to plan I Leola Roberts and Billy County Judge of Bradford County. THERE'S NO ARGUING ABOUT
Sun., Mon.-Nov. 1. 2 meet Monday, November 2, in the i and
DERBYRESTAURANT Dampier Wilma Dockstader Florida. at his office In the court
Club at 8 Hostesses part of the program to be givenat house
building p.m. of said County at Starke
SEA DEVILS M. W. Cresslers, Mrs.
Billy, the
District 3-4 .meeting in
the
for the evening are: Mrs. Olin ; WHERE TO EAT
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' I A. Z. Adkins, M. L. Lawsons, T. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.WHERE .
With Yvonne DeCarlo and White, Jr., Mrs. E. A. Yancey, Macclenny on ;November 15.

Rock Hudson Mrs. W. S. McAliley. Miss Louise Mildred Doyle and Mildred Sapp F. Landru s, Hogan Smiths, P. TRAINING AND IN STARKE -
T. NoUns, Foster Shi Smiths, Mrs.
Plus News and Cartoon Regular :Meals Stern, Mrs. A. H. Harley, III, Mrs. will serve with her. EXPERIENCE COUNT
Riley Wasdin and Linda. Gene
At Popular Prices Richard Williams, and Miss Carolyn EVERYBODY SAYS
and Hazel Matthews, Madge Mid- If yon need a truss or surgical
Tues. Nov. ONLY 'SCatering Keene. \VSCS Notices
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duPres and
dlelon the J. H. '"
support cannot afford to '
Detective Story Christmas Seals will be addressed Nancy the Arch Thomases. Jr.. you "MEET YOU AT ; ::1i
To at this time. Circles of the Methodist WSCS take a chance with y.ur health

With Kirk Douglas Eleanor will week follows Sheriff and Mrs. Reddish, the by being fitted. .
meet next as : improperly TUCK'S" Li\\ .
Billy Noegels, Nina Bishop Comer
Parker and Wm. Bendix Banquets and Executive Board Circle one, Tuesday 10 ajn., at Ferryman the eeber Goodmans, Here at C nora Prescription

Plus News and Cartoon home ofrs.. H. H. Adams.
Circle -
Center, we have trained tecUnldaas -
Wedding Receptions the Junius Smiths, H. C. Walls, WHY ? -
Members of the Starke Woman's Two. Monday 3 pm. In educational and the Charles Meyers of both male and femaleto eAJ.4' t
Wed.. Thur.-Nov. 4, 5
9 building with Mrs. C. E. '
DOUBLE FEATURE tlub executive board will meet Hernwall and Mrs. R. H. Russellas Jaxville, the W. B. Sewells and serve you.Remember The Best Food .

Thursday afternoon at 3:30: guests the Eugene Bordas of health and

Captain PirateIn I S STEAKS o'clock in the club house loungefor co-hostesses. Circle Three Frostproof, the R. F. Demorestsand comfort depend your on expert The Best Service 1,1
I Monday 3 pjn. at home of Mrs.
Technicolor SEA FOODS their November meeting. Bertha Pearce. guests. Ona and Paul Shupe I At Reasonable Prices 4 .4

With Louis Hayward and S CHICKEN DINNERS of Eau Gallie, the C. A. Knights

Patricia Medina I HOMEMADE PIES WCTU Meets FridayThe Ladies E. K. Perrymans G. L. Pattens fitting.CANOVA
AuxiliaryThe
Air Conditioned
arid Comfortably
-And- I FRESH VEGETABLES George We Lucian Conners,

The Blazing ForestIn October meeting of thd Ladies Auxiliary of St Tommy and Marian Ritch Doyle PRESCRIPTION' CENTEI

Technicolor Bob and Larkin Weeks Laura Scott Union, W. C. T. U. Mark's Episcopal Church will hold and Johnnie Conner, Dave Simpson PHONE 4202

will be held in the P. O. W. Chapelof its regular monthly (Near Hospital) YOU TAT
With John Payne meeting Dr. J. M. Barrie the Whitey TUCK'S AUTO CAFE

Plus Latest World News Managers the Tabernacle Friday afternoon Tuesday, :kov. 3 at 3 o'clock in Urquharts, and the Chas. Par- Gainesville, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAtA .

p J at 3 o'clock. the Parish ouse. tins ... AAAA


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE
FRIDAY. OCTOEFJt sft.; 1933 FLORIDA fAtir. FIVECAIN ,
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II I Clarence Herlong and Mrs. M.: Mr. and-Mrs. Eugene Borda of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bauer of Miss Helen Haines and Lewis A '- -.

Rosenberg of Micanopy were here Frostproof and Jim Sewell of Tampa spent a few days this week Haines, both students at Stetson, -- -- -

Tuesday visiting Dr. M.B. Herlong.Mr. Jacksonville were weekend guestsof with) Mr. and.Mrs. Sam Anderson. .spent the weekend with their
.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. I I parents. Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Money Saving Food Specials
and Mrs. William Norris :Miss Sara Barefoot spent Thurs- Haines. _

spent the weekend in Ocala with Miss Florence Brown, F. S. U. day: afternoon in Jacksonville. I AT YOUR FRIEIV'DLSnwannee.' '

THE NEWS Mrs. Augusta Hillman and Mrs. student at Tallahassee, and Mrs. Recent Births
Janice Dodd and children. Martha Fischer of Jacksonville Order Your Photographic Christ-

spent the weekend here with Mrs. mas Cards Now. Bufflngton-Studio Mr.* and Mrs.:Norris Wainwrightof

Mrs. Carrie Uglow Ward returned M. F. Browm. & Gift Shop ,Raiford announce the birth of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zysers of H. B' Peyton' is spending this home Monday after an extended Sharon
a daughter Darlene on
New City N. Y. were overnight week In :Miami on business. :I visit with friends and relatives in Corporal Junius (Butch) SmithJr. Mrs. B. S. Haines of Winter Oct.: ''22 in Doctors Clinic Hospital.Mr. .

guests last Friday of Mr. and Mrs Michigan. Canada and Bronxville Park was the weekend guest of -. .
a student at Georgia Military and Mrs. Ancil W. Griffis
I William Norris.i Miss Odessa Thomas of Lake Rev. Haines '
dinners and Mrs. L. D.
,
N. Y. Picnics suppers -:
r' College Milledgeville, Ga. and Mr. of Starke announce the birth of a
weekend here with
the
City spent and parties were given in her and Mrs. Charles Meyers and son. Bobby Dean, on Oct. 26 in
I Sheriff and; Mrs P. D. ReddiShleft :tier mother Mrs. Mallory Thomas. honor. daughter, Sandi, of Jacksonvillewere Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Ingleright, Doctors Clinic Hospital.
Wednesday for a few days .' are vacationing this week in South -
weekend of Mr. --
I stay in West- Palm Beach and Mrs. J.E. Brown has been spend- The Edgar Wilkinsons have Mrs. Junius Smith.guests and .,Florida NOTICE! TO APPEAR 401
ing several days in Jacksonville at moved to Lawtey. I IB Clmlt Court Bradford eoa.t, PECECIL
Miami.
the bedside of her mother, Mrs. I :Mrs. H,; ,H., Young and Mrs. Ruby Florida Harrington I IB C1aa. f'n.also known as E. CALL Store
ill I Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Tenly and I I Get Your Hallmark Christmas Louisa Cain were weekend guests Ruby Harrington Hamilton. Plaintiff -
F. D. Alice Oliver who is seriously Key spent Sunday in : family will spend this weekend in While Selection Is CompleteAt of 'Mr.; and Mrs. Fred Leonhard vs. John Ward Case Hamilton.No. 10-016- ST.
Alachua.
in St. Vincent's hospitalVan's Bullington Studio & Gift Shop.
Jacksonville as guests of Mr. and Keystone Heights. %otle To AppearsTo
John Ward Hamilton, whose
: DOUGLAS
Mrs. C. H. Walters. Sunday they ,. Manager
residence and address is: UnknownYou
will attend' house of the Air Mrs: L. D. VIning spent last Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Humphrees are hereby notified that a
open week in Atlanta. Ga. with her DELIVERY SERVICE
suit for
Force National Guard of which of Tallahassee were overnight *
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, L. Joiner. guests last Friday of Mr. and Annulmenthas
Me is a member. been filed against you In the
Sonny Tenly
On her return home Mrs. Vin Mrs. F. F. Stump and attended above named Court and cause and We reserve the right to limit quantity
ing stopped in Dublin Ga. and you are required to serve a copy of
,I.Mr.. and Mrs.A., B. O'Banion" I the Homecoming festivities with your answer or pleading to the Prices Good Thur., Fri., Sat., Oct. 29, 30, 31
spent the weekend with Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thomson of complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney
Baytown Texas will return home Mrs. Proctor Snow. She Joseph K. Skipper. 221
was join-
Monticello who also week-
were
NEW MENU this weekend as guests'after:Mr.spending and Mrs.ten E. ed by Mr. Vining Saturday and end guests of the Stumps. Florida Graham Building. Jacksonville. OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAYRed
days they returned home Sunday after and file the original in the office of
L. McKnight. .Tuesday the Mc- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
noon. Mrs. Harry Mooty and daughter -
or before the
Half Knights and their guests visitedSt. Gerry visited their cousins, 30 day: of November, 1953; ii-
T Bone Steak Augustine and Marineland.E. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith and otherwise the allegations of said
the Milton St. Peters, in Gaines- Complaint will be taken as confessed Red Ripe 3 TALL CANSTOMATOES
daughter, Judy Carol of Jessup, ville last Friday and attended the by yo.. Silver Cow
L. Langston of Olando, S. C. This notice shall be published
Chicken
Fried Ga. were weekend guests of Mrs.Smith's Homecoming parade.Mr. .
L his son-in-law and once each week for four consecutive
:> visiting mother Mrs. Laura Tison. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- MILKeach
daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mc-
,
1.25 and Mrs. James Reddish of graph.
Dated this 23 day of October. 1953. 2 cans'25e
too Knight.Mr. Attending the parliamentary Valdosta, Ga. spent the weekend (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .
law class Monday instructed by with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner Clerk of the Circuit Court 13c
: .and Mrs. J. L. Cole and fam- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. I
t- *' Mrs. R. E. Stevens, state parlia- and Roy Turner. 10/30 4t 11/2)
Served' 1Jt nc1i :, : ily spent the weekend in Wray, mentarian. of the Florida Federa-

'! 7 Ga. They were accompanied home tion of Women's Clubs at the
Served with French OLD GLORY
Fries, Salad arid Hot I by Mrs. Cole's brother. Frank
Jacksonville
Woman's
v- Salad and Hot Club were
\ Fries Rogers, who will visit them for Mrs. J. W. Kincaid '
Rolls Rolls Mrs. C. L.
several weeks. Scholl Mrs. Herbert Nollman, THEATRE 11 PORK&8EANS 1'bcan10C

Miss Clara Leaman Mrs. W. B. STARKE

Jimmy Sewell of Jacksonville Mundy' Jr., Mrs. T. B. Harding
All Beef HAMBURGERS 15c with
spent the weekend here Mrs. James C. Griffin and Mrs. -
and Mrs. W. B. Dedicated To Community Service: -
his parents Mr
Cora Quattlebaum all from the 5IY-T-GOOD GA. JIM DANDYMEAL
"Movies Are Better Than Ever"
7 For $]JJO To Take Out Only Sewell.% senior Starke Woman's Club.

concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad GRITS
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Silcox and If you find your name
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and
children are moving this week to cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat.
Home Made
daughter Pam and Mr. and Mrs.

BREAKFAST the A. E. Wall cottage at Kingsley Robert Green and daughter Marian ., Oct. 31 ONLY I I .. 5.Ibbag39C
Ib
_
I ,PIES Lake. spent Sunday at the Zoo in Jack- Tues., Wed.' Nov. 3, 4 5 bag

sonville. BIG DOUBLE FEATURE .
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd

45c spent a few days last; week with WARNER BROS.MIMM
Miss Mary Frances Hazen of SON OF DAVID
85c Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Shepherdin Palm Beach GREEN
Brooker, student at the U of F, was
Tampa. visiting friends here Friday. IRE !SUI Can

And UP" To Take Out Friends of Dan Boree of Jacksonville CROCKETT CUT BEANS 1 SC
Miss Barbara Pafford of Miami
a former Starke resident,* Wild Bill Elliott LOVEJOYWELDONfA.HARTMAN
was the weekend guest of Mr. ;
will to learn of his serious _,__
regret .JIDSI/ICD. r.a..uwsSf.Ft
and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf Jr. ALL GREENARGO
illness following a paralytic stroke AND -

I A three weeks ago. Mrs. Leslie Biggs and Mrs. Plus "A eo Nutics" Cartoon and Cans

i Vernon Silcox spent Thursday in VOO nOD TIGER LIMA 2 19C
No DownOn Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Parkerof Jacksonville.Mrs. Latest World News"
Money Daytona Beach and Mr. and

Mrs. T, F. Hutto and children of Effie Johns had as her (Plus "Ant Pasted" Cartoon and With Groc. order of $5.00 or more


This Deluxe Model 78 Jacksonville the L. S. were Hutto weekend family.P. guestsof nieces guests, Mrs.Wednesday Jimmie her Wilson three of Chapter Moon" ALSO No.1 ADDED"Radar Men from CRISCO 3 LbCan 19C

Pennsylvania Mrs. F. W. Webbof
O. Bradford Locke,' of the U. Hawthorne BIG HALLOWE'EN LATE
and Mrs. L. D.
MAGIC CHEF S. S. Chuckawau' stationed at Norfolk Pice of Palatka. SHOW I u. S. NO. 1 With Groc order of $5.00 or
Va., spent the weekend herewith Thur., Fri. Oct. 5, 6 more

,Mrs. Locke and her mother, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent the T. B. HARDING LbsRED
Mrs. Shellie Hall. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. POTATOES! 1 0 1'9C
eat tiI
RANGE Adkins, Jr. in Gainesville. Sun :lion.Nov.. 1, 2 ae ,tMrs. W. G. Haile returned Sun-
v ,;r ]art tar alto
visit in ,Miami with CROWN
day rom a Mrs. Kate Sheppard of Winter .,
her 'two sons, Woodfin and Jack Garden spent the weekend with 24-oz Can

Haile and families.Misi Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Sheppard.Mrs. : BEEF TRIP 3SC

,. / y 1 eoM G M COkUUaiA Judy Green and her friend, M- r"\
C. H. is .7.
Quick visiting r : '' .,Technicolor
Miss"Edith
Elliott of Ocala students relatives in Waycross, Ga. this r- 1IIIII.yIitnl8lttlS.? IM Httaon.Sent.ri H P A Smoking
ICO1Qt ,
oe at U of F, spent Sunday here 'ItCfll1 :i IlAil'llOOS.*BUM SAL ..d aaNb ArtIw bum
week. .. 1"otcnlbo. CM SWlOncM*Al MKU WU.
with Miss Green's parents, Mr. and Cfn of 72 Cans $4.32

Mrs. Lloyd J. Green. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby of Plus "Baby Wants Battle" Cartoon TOBACCO
Plus "Trial by Trigger"
and Latest World News.
Perry spent the weekend with his
Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dans
spent the weekend in Gainesville by. nlnp Streak White Grain

as guests of Rep and Mrs. Red Lb
Cro.. RICE 1 PkgFROZEN 1QC
Enos Hayes of Memphis, Tenn.

was the weekend guest of his
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. "SCHOOL DAYS""ESTEIIBROOK
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Hayes.

I Paul Dinkins. Sr. of Lawtey were .
-- FOODS
guests Sunday afternoon of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Firth of Flint
and Mrs. Charles Dinkins.
Mich. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold ARE DAYS"Because CHOPPED SPINACH lOOz. '

Newcomb of Highland Park Mich CORN ON COB
Mrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs. will return home Saturday after CUT GREEN BEANS Pkgs.'C

t Carrie Adams were visiting in spending ten days with Mr. and TURNIP or COLLARDSRED f

Jacksonville last Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Firth. While here -with an Esterbrook, -,

they visited points of interest in
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlong. the State. Ed Firth was guest Fountain Pen, students can choose ".N.. HOT MEAT SPECIALS

who spent several weeks in Jack- speaker at the Lions Club duringhis their very own point style.Look P r
sonville with their son, have returned visit. / -y' w- 1Q

to their home here. v, .-
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Frank Ackerman of Miami """ .
was
f 10 SELECT OR REPLACE T I Weiners, Bologna or Smk Sliced Thrifty
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green were the weekend guest of Enos Hayes '

visitors to Mayo Saturday.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. e ERfS ALL YOU DO ,
SAUSAGE BACON

and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. Oriea Douglas of

e S Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond had Lake Butler have moved to the Ib 29C ib
as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Clark homestead on Bes- Endorsed By 39C

R. L. Alvarez and family of Fort !sent Road.
Educators For -
Myers, Miss
Sylvia Alvarez of
2.5.56 7 ......,, ...
'a.
FSU. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Bevelof Mrs. George Flynn and Mrs. L. Lean TenderPORK
Just Use Your Old Range For Down Payment School Use. sn
G. Powell in Jack-
Plant City and Mr. and Mrs. spent Monday

,i M. H. Lang of Miami. While here sonville.Dr. ROAST Lb 39CLean

; PRICED AS LOW_AS they helped Mr. and Mrs. R. B. E t il_
f Alvarez celebrate their 33rd wed- and Mrs. C. J. Houpt had

ding anniversary.Mrs. as their house guests last weekend.Mr. .
Exclusive Features ;;$ and Mrs. T. T. Walker of An Ideal Student Pen 2668 4 '

Charles Hardy and family Bartow and Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Tender CHUCK Fresh MULLETROAST
ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER UNIT and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daugh- Douberley of Lakeland. They all With A Point ForEvery

Exclusive! Two top burners and,' 205 ters attended the Homecoming attended Homecoming at Gainesville 1II!!!! FISH
Task. -
drip tray all in one unIt. Catch s parade in Gainesville Friday.Mr. Saturday.Mr. Writing

spillovers lifts like a feather* 1555 SZ't7ra4/.v2
washes like a plate. Burners are I). ,and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and and Mrs. E. L. Matthewswill gIn Ib 39c Ib 19c

non-clog, simmer-set. Instant; Mrs. Jennie Thornquest have returned attend the fall convention of

automatic top lighting. home after a two weeks the Florida Press Association at 'It!! ,.

PLUS YOUR OLD vacation in and around Hender- Silver Springs this weekend. Case of Damage
Meaty Lean Fla:
SWING OUT BROILER sonville, N. C.
( RANGE I They report beau-
Exclusive! Open the door and the. tiful fall scenery ,and wonderful Rep. and Mrs. Doyle E. Conner All Point Styles Are 1550 6) Lb

broiler swings oat ready for us 4 ',Completely! weather will be weekend guests of Rep. BACKBONE 49

Convenient, smokeless. Eun to fix-j and Mrs. Prentis Prewitt in Monti- Instantly Replaceable

sizzling savory steaks. i! Installed Mr. and Mrs. Alton Revel and! cello, and will attend the VMI-

1 daughter Judy of Tallahasseewere FSU football game in Tallahasseeon -InstantlyRenewable ff
GU.&RANTEEDEach J
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weekend guests of Mr. and Saturday.Mr.
Long Terms To
Is for one -By You.
range guaranteed i Mrs. Guy Sale. They all attendedthe 1551 ,-t! Fresh Fla. Supreme in QuartersFRYERS
year against defects In workman 1 Pay Homecoming festivities' in and Mrs. H. G. Davis and

ship or material. Burners Gainesville. son, Greg, of Tallahassee attended
guaranteed for life. Homecoming festivities in Gainesville Complete Fountain Pens $2.30 and $2,80Esterbrook OLEOib

l With Payments as low Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, and Mrs. and spent Sunday with Mr.

as 8.71 Per Month O. L. Beasley had as Sunday Davis' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ib 49c 19c '

: ,, guests Mrs. Marion W. Hendry North at the State Farm. .

and Mrs. R. L. Templeton of i '-. -- : '"
x -
Pvt. Arthur Gaskins of Fort -
Tampa. .
1 CYLINDER GAS FREE Jackson S. C. is spending ten

Pvt. James T. Prevatt Jr., eon days at his home before reportingfor Sliced Shoulder

of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.,'Prevatt Sr.I duty at Fort. Benning, Ga. Lb
Desk Sets From $3.00
of Starke. is at home on a 14-day PORK CHOPS 49C

CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS leave. He has just completed 16 Mrs. C. J. Houpt spent Wed- t In
Colors To Match Your Office Furnishings
weeks of basic training with the nesday night and Thursday in

136th Inf. Regt, 47th Div. at Daytona Beach with her son-in Maroon Green Walnut Gray Black Plus Deposit With $5.00 Croc orde'I
Camp Rucker Ala. After his law and daughter, Mr. and J.rs.1V. I

& APPLIANCE CO. leave Pvt and Mrs. Prevatt will W. Strickland, Jr. Tonight BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHPhone COCACOLAcf0/ 6 1AC

return to Newton, Ala. where they will attend the wedding o ft

PHONE 301 STARKE.. FLA. they will reside while Pvt Prevail t Mrs. Houpt's niece. Miss :Mary 29 Starke, Fla

I is stationed at Camp Rucker. Alice Hutchinson in Lakeland. c. _

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER
SO, 1953
'Saxon and other relatives in town. Starke, Rt. 1, Sunday p. m. IOrlda. I -

Rev and Mrs Wilbur dill of SCHOOL NEWS and'flle i the original In the office or and file the original In the office of teased by YOU. Dated ]
RGQ the Clerk of I the Clerk of the this 21 day of October U5a.
HAMPTONby Tanipa''vlsited' the K. B. Watter- Richard Johns, 'a seventh grade the Circuit Court on Circuit Court on This notice shall be published
(OFFICIAL
or the 1 SEAL
)
bffore or before the 23 day of November, Charles A. Darby
attended boy, was injured the football once each week for four consecutive
SODS on Saturday and on '3 day or November, 1953: U53: otherwise the allegations of Clerk of the Circuit CourL 1
Mrs. Wm. W church Sunday night. field one day last week so the GA 'Complaint otherwise the allegations or sales said Complaint will be taken as con weeks. In the Bradford County" Telegraph. :By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Hammond
will be taken 10/U tt 11/11
eighth
grade boys are now having as con-
11r. and Mrs. Emory Brown and reseed by you.
AAAAA AAAAAA A AAAA to play by themselves. This
notice
son Randall attended church in shall be published
We are glad to have .Homer once each week for four consecutive .1'
The Hampton Home DemoJltra- WaJdo and later weeks In ,
Sunday morning the Bradford County Telegraph. -- _,
i Bryant with .
Ii us. Homer is from .
tion Club
held food we and
visited relatives in Earleton Bench
Lake City and is in the third Dated this 1& day of October 1953.
cake walk Saturday evening AI- I (OFFICIAL SEAL
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Crosby and grade. ) Charles A. Darby
though a small 'nwnber turned I Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
.out; .It' wu a success, U the grandson, Mr. and. Mrs., L;: F'i Many ot our girls and boys B'y Marian L. Crosby, 10/3 Deputy U Clerk. .

crowd that tame stuCk with uS Thomas and grandson at Plant have made money by picking pecans 11/13 ..
City Sunday'dinner guests after school. AEI 0 NOTICE TO APPEAR
were
:and were good ,apenders.Mr I. flrealt Court, Bradterd County

and Mrs. J. Eo Williams of the D. W. Swindells.Mr. The following pupils went to Clara Fierldal Wilson I. Cbaaeery., Plaintiff As important as tIleFOUNDATION

of Tampa and daughter, Miss and Mrs. W. A. SaTyOn and the "Gato Growl" last Friday E. 'Vilson, Defendant. v& Clifford .
2nd Lt. Rodney P. Hall graduated -
Dorothy Williams. Florida State children Bllly and Janet were night: Jimmie Williams, Nancy Case No 10-H7
of the HenryBrown's Zacek from the Basic Infantry Of- Notice To Appear;
University at Tallahassee Sunday guests Joyce Melton, Dorothy
were: facers Course at Fort Benning, To: Clifford E. Wilson, whose
weekend guests of their son and at Cedar Keys. Hardy, Charles McCullough, Brenda :' residence and address is: Unknown. :
Mr. and Mrs. Watterson Ga. on Oct. 27. The course is con- You are
M.
L.
da-4ghter-ln-law Mr and and Wayne Hinson, Howell hereby notified that a
Mrs. ducted at the Infantry School, Ft. suit for divorce,
custody and
and families
visited their daughters Williams Jimmie
Dick Williams, and aU attended 'Dyal, Allen control of minor child
the Homecoming activities at the in Homns'Jlila over the 'week- Cochran, Lamar Brown,'Willow Benning, Ga. for Army and Re- has been flIed against you In the,I
above named t
Officers. Court and
serve cause'andiyou
.
U. at FIa:: end.The Ruth Hammond, Dudley Hardy are required to carve a cOPT ot
Sassers were shopping ill and James Thomas. Cpl, Edward A. Winkler left your answer or pleading to the
Mr and 1irs. L. G. Johns, Jr last Friday for Ft. Benr.ing where complaint on the Plaintiff's
and children were in Jacksonville Starke Saturday. Vicky Mosher went to Lake Attorney A. J. Thomas, Jr.. / ,

Saturday evening J i- \;-t':... Mrs and Mrs. W. N. Jackson City last Sunday. Bernie McGee he conducted is attending for Army a cook's and Reserve course and Starke file the, Florida original In the office to a house is a- good.BASESTOCK. a ,

received word last week that went fishing with his uncle and of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
Miss Barbara Matchett was a enlisted personnel. This Is an before : .
on or the
caught twenty-four trout.
have granddaughter
they a new &
weekend guest of Miss ConnIe eight weeks course covering all 23 day of November, 1953:
t born to Mr and 1. Mrs. Bert Finch Several at our girls and boys otherwise the allegations ot said
at Gainesville
Sweeney phases of cooking.
Jr. of St. Petenburg. Mrs. Finch attended the cake walk, at the Complaint will be taken as con-
Mrs. W. A. Saxon entertained Recent promotions in the unit fessed by you.
was formerly Miss Inez Jackson city hall last Saturday night This DOtioe shall be published
at a Supper Ware Party at her of Hampton.Mrs. The eighth grade pupils had were Joe E. Tomlinson to Corporal once each week for four consecutive ,
home Thursday evening Refresh- and Leo G. Thornton to Private weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph -
J. W. Home is now sell- themselves a party 'last Friday I a
ments were served to the following the Bradford County Tele- afternoon. It consisted of a walk 2-c. Dated this H day of October 1953.
Mrs. Carlton Chastain ing (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
guests: ,
in the unit
graph 'at her store here. to the store, a five cent drink, Recent enlistments Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Mrs. J. W. Horne, Miss Betty Dur- and a package of pretzels. A good were Edward and Edgar Akridge gy Marian 1.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.I ba
Mayor and Mrs. G. P. Wads-
Edward 10/23 H 11/13
I ling, frs. Saxon, .Irs.
time was had by all-we hope. and Louis Mann.
Donald and 11rs. Don Hill. worth entertained several friends to '
Keys There NOTICE TO APPEAR gasoline performance
the weekend.Mr. were sixty-five pupils Sgt. l-c B. C. Holtzendorf Jr.
and relatives over
Mr. and Mrs. Glen McIntosh of I. Circuit<< Court Bradford County
and five teachers in religious and Sgt. Harold K. Norman re- Florida I.
I CIa..ee"
Perry, and Satur- and Mrs. Wm. W. Ham-
spent Friday l
services last Sunday. Our principal enlisted la'st wee\t\ after completing Mary Ann Johnson, Plaintiff VB. R
day with Mr and Mrs. W. A. mond called on the H. W. Baker'sYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYTYYYYYYYTTTTYYYTYTYYTYYTYYTYYY Johan' Johnson, Defendant. aM
was apparently the prize at- their recent three-year enlist- Case No. 10-148 S .alt

tender since she was in four dif- ment. Notice To ApPf'ar. .
ferent church services during the To: Johan Johnson, whose resi- .
dence and address is: 90 Park Avenue
day. vnnrt TYY YYYYYYYYYYYYY.HEILBRONN e Port Richmond, Staten Island 2, THE SUPERIOR performance and public acceptance "
New York a
There were 411 meals served in You are hereby notified that a of CROWN EXTRA Gasoline is due to its base stock, ;
the lunch room last week. On suit for '
Divorce, custody and control of changed to fit the seasons; plus these seven high-per- f '
this
Monday of week the Home minor children

Demonstration Club of Hampton has been filed agaInst you In the formance qualities so necessary to correctly-balanced .
LORENZO THE MAGNIFICENT= iI449 by Marian NormanLAAAAALAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAI above Darned Court and cause and
donated
hamburger buns and
you are required to serve a copy of premium gasoline: ....I
W42 ,GREAT PATRON OF1HE weiner rolls to the lunch IOOJ1.: your answer or pleading to the com- ..

ARTSWAS ALSO THE LEAD- This kindness was appreciated Rev Howard Mott filled the plaint T. on Frank the Plaintiff's Landrum, Attorney Starke, Quick starting ;

INS BANKER OF FLORENCE. A unit In social studies on the Florida Fast '
pulpit Sunday morning and eve- warm- p
k "
%. E I rtEDiCI BANK ENGAGED] "Use of Farm Lands" has been ning in the absence of our pastor High antiknock
''' enriched by the use ot well chosen
still ill.
FIfJANCE- who is
IN INTERNATIONAL filmstrips. We have gained a good Full power
Course for Let Us Thoroughly
The planned
Study
.. FOSTERING THE GROWTH OFA understanding of what constitutes Clean engine operation '
last week was postponed indefi-
D .TRADE.F .; a good farm soiL This week we Wash Your Clothes
4r'4 nitely. Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt! was Long mileage
'
P are studying the "Use of FarmLand A.
supposed to be one of the teachers -
South Vapor.lock prevention II I
in \fiddle arid America. 9 PoundsFor If
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c
ii;. ." and because of illness could

1 4i :i The eighth grade has an abundance not attend.Mr. 4Oc! Try CROWN EXTRA Gasoline for 30 days! You .
Tucker of
Wilbur
and Mrs.
i of material on forestry in will get the finer performance you expect, and
Mich and Birmingham,
1I the library. Last week the mem- Detroit, FREE Bleach: If Desired!
: Ala. were visiting relatives here realize why it is the leader in its feld!
bers of the class read a phamplet
Tuesday and Wednesday. It was .
"Common 'Forest Trees of Flo-
Mr. Tucker's first visit here in
rida". On Friday they had an at-
The growth of trade has always been closely: related to tractive booklet on favorite trees twenty years. 'Ye Will

In this unit of study science,!I Mr and Mrs Marklee Norman
offer Y Clothes II
the deyelopmentfof banking. 'Ve you a safety of Hampton were visiting his Dry OUt a ,I it
English, and art were closely conrelated. e t

and a "return" for your thrift. In turn, we 'channel I mother, Mrs. LeRoy Norman' Sat- "- For 20c .

Eighth Grade Personalities urday.
some funds into constructive loans. J. B. White returned home last
Emily Yvonne McKinney is the In New Automatic Driers!

., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wednesday from a business trip

": : McKinney of Graham. She lives back to his former home in Mis- S

with her parents, two sisters and souri. '
..i
five; brothers and 1s anxious to Those from this community at- The Washeteria

get 'a good education. She is five tending to business in Gainesville

feet two inches tall weighs eighty- Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Lonzie Temple AYe Starke

eight pounds, a member of the I Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Nor-
.. STANDARD OIL COMPANY ( KENTUCKY ) t
Graham Christain church and at- man and Eldon Sapp ,
'
-
..+rs FLORIDA BANK at STARKE tends both church and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Edwards .

school regularly. She likes play-I and daughter Kathy of Jackson-

Member Florida National Group ing basketball and dislikes wash- ville were visiting Mrs. A. G.Kames -

4d.F ing clothes. She is well liked and Tuesday, also his uncle

.. popular with her schoolmates and'Ben Faulkner.
A AA AA UWW tlAAAAA AA AAAAA AA teachers. She plans to be a secretary -
NZ Ford
school.of a lawyer when she finishes !- yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyv.yyyyyy Alone


The red hollyhocks and white HIGHLAND

er periwinkles are '$till! adding a

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festive air to our landscape but
Mrs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
we know that In the near future By

Jack Frost will ruin this beautiful -


c3.WESTINGHOUSE. v Mts.scenery Robert Barksdale substi-- 1 lanta J. ,D.Ga Boone Wednesday was called because to At-of gives you all these heavy-duty values ,

tuted for Mrs Williams in the
I illness of his brother.
sixth and seventh grades last
Friday afternoon. We enjoyed Mn. Maudie Smith and Maggie
I Crews were visiting friends and \
having her in our school.
1 1YYYYYYYYYYYY relatives in Jacksonville Friday.Mr. .

YYYYYYYYYYY and Mrs. W. E. Dinkins and

'son Leo of Jacksonville were visit- o.S.

ing the Lacey Normans last week.
LEVEL
-- PINE 0
Mrs. J. D. ,Boone is visiting lien

daughter, Mrs. James Allen in

"T'H. by 1\lrs. 11. 1\1. 1f'RaeAA Tallahassee.The .

I I RT'YII;: ::1EClt/C AAAAAAAAA A A AAAj Sidney Starlings were visiting New Dtv.tzed Cab cuts driver Widest transmission choice in New short turning, sharper steer- .

the Tom Normans at Mac- in lug angles. Easier backing, parkaive .
Rev W. E. Hall filled his regular -\ fatigue Only FORD has it! Exc1utruck history. Synchro-Silent

appointment at Pine Level clenny over the weekend.Mr. seat shock snubber every model at no extra cost. mg. Save time, save money! tS. tr t.

and Mrs. Harry Padgett and -
Baptist church last Sunday with

95 192 in Sunday 'School. One memo children were in Jacksonville on

ber was added to the church roll business Saturday.E. .

$ at the evening service. C. Harvey attended the

f_ at Middleburg Tues-
study course '
Rev and Mrs. W. E. Hall were
S b called to Tifton, Ga. last week due day night. New h Yp old rear axles ford truck soles zooml
Mrs. Lacey Norman was a busi-
to the serious illness of his brother -

J. ,L Hall. We are also sorry to day ness: visitor to Jacksonville Satur- ; # New longer springs That's why we can offer e
gISt hear of the serious illness of Mrs.
I T. E. Pease, of St. Marys, Ga.
Alice Oliver. She is at the homb

'r TODAYIII eoR:4.fr ...- 'course, of her son, Andrew, in Jackson- was here on business Thursday. e New double.cylinder the highest trade-fn .
,, 'r ,,, h's .Iectrid Edwin Griffis left Saturday for I f \
a sxrix brakes
DO, ___ ille.Mr Fort Brag, N. C. after spending
and Mrs H. H. Lewis were
RANGE a few days here.E. allowances in history I
-y nO visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Patton New Low Fslcnor4 engines cut I
C. Harvey, Daisy Padgett e New gee n.c hannel frames,
and family at Anthony on Wed- and Mrs. Earnest Padgett and friction power waste, save gas. r .

r4 nesday.W. baby were in Jacksonville on business Choice of five truck engines. Up to

........ C. Conner made business Thursday. 155 horsepower!

trip to Gainesville Wednesday. Sidney Starling is noW em- Biggest Seiler in 1t/rton r.WF ---. ,,

Misses Shirley McRae, Glenda ployed .at the State Farm. tin: :.Net field. Ford F 500 (right),
3 $ Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McMome- '

Crosby were visiting in Pal atka 1 t rick of Jacksonville were visiting ''" "G% lbs.Built more wa s '

Sunday afternoon. 1 her sister Maggie Crews Sunday. a 4M $ new to t jobs

Mr and Mrs. A. J. Fender were I'' October Birthdays

visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. arah Norman the 9th. Floyd

R. Batten, at Theressa Satur- Norman the 5th. Lacey Norman

day night the 17th, Rosie Mae Austin the F

Birthday Celebration 19th. Ann Harvey the 20th, andWilburAustin

'Mrs. H. M. McRae, the writer, the 10th. We wish

was pleasantly surprised last Sun- them all many more happy ones.

day when she returned from Church sews

church and found a group of Sunday School at 9:45: a.m. each

a\ friends there. A long table had Sunday. Worship service 11 a.m.

I ; been placed in the yard and it and 8 p.m. Prayer Service each

L: was covered with delicious food Wednesday 7 p.m. Teachers Defuse Cabe (utT cost) il1/Ulruted

Those present who enjoyed Mrs. meeting each Saturday 'l p.m. /+5 '

V \4 MODEL HI-244 McRae's 68th birthday were: Mr. TIm : POLNT for the .
and Mrs T. N. Norman and son: 1/1 'QIV
Come
StTTY IURNESS OYES AWAY way you write. Come in and 54- *
as little as Mr and Yrs. E. C. Sapp and sons,!
fret favorite ESTERBROOK r
tuslrurnltlpl all ot Heilbronn Springs, Mr. and:. your .
1Ww Fountain Pen. OnlY $2." at
M Mrs. J. W. McRae and sons, Mr.
1 nUPiD ame.krr.'m
and Mrs. B. 1L 11cRae and children -' BRADFORD COUNTY TIlEGRAPY -

1a WEEKLY Mr and Mrs 1. A. Crosby .a or Sx( Cloo l00-h.p. J w FORDECoMA1YTRVCKS

and family Charles Newman Rev. V-8 01 .l2-1.p.. Six. Ford
1Mtstiit9o6st Ntli3ous. -rnTWr.: Tn'1PNR1nr.
_' per week and Mrs. W. E. Mall Mrs. Mar- rhf'ID C..r Rradf.rd r..h F-tiOO (ab.1ve), G.V.W.l6OOO LASTLONGERe
ppM.s..r.e.t Attar Small gie Underhill Mr. and Mrs. Fate Fl."' .., I.. Paa.cc.hvfne .. b., G.C.W. 23t0011>s. F.D.A.F-, SAVE rIME ,SAVE MONEY ,-
Y. Lax ve. P""f! f..ax. n.fndant. -
lQMerklelestls'oYrlUGuiCvw/' Down Pa mane Brown and son, Ilr. and .Irs. Case Xo. 10-140
to tiE?You Meta r Robert Ilyrick and children, Mr. St! ,.. 's'. A.._..
and :Mrs. Joe E. Jr and To: Renee Lln. whose residence
Starling,
ana address Is: t"nknow" .Co.
children. Mrs Edwards, 1.lr. and You arlit herebY notified thAt a Andrews Motor

SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO. Mrs- Thomas Gordon and daughter suit against for YIU DIvorce! II' the hu above been na filed elimr'orrt

Mr and Mrs. V. E. Thornton. and Carla Dean Bailey of Seattle to serve a copy nfvnur answeror .
,
PHONE 39 STARKE, FLA, pleading to the complaint
MADISON 8 ADAMS 81'S. PHONE 118 STARKE FLORIDA
Wash. and later in the day Mr. ot t1u. PI.lntlff's Attnreev ,
_and Yrs. A. R. Md\.ae. Evan T. Evans 103 Law Exchange -
Building, Jacksonville" : re


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I I Bill Rice Revival Church f ChristCorner bert Farber family and Mrs. noon visiting the P. S. Crews. live at Long Branch, on October
Evangelist Begins
( 10th and McMahoa John Surrency. Mrs. Albert Yarbrough and chil- 9. Mr. Wynn is an employee of

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Griffis Mr. dren spent Saturday night with one' of the railroads in Jackson.
Preaching A.t and 7:31 and Mrs. Oscar Griffis, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yarbrough.On ville. Miss Osteen has been work-
i At Hampton Baptist Church Nov. 1st P. M. Ralph James, all of Jacksonville, Sunday Mrs. Yarbrough accompanied ing in Jacksonville for some time.

1 Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud and Miss Ann Parrish of Lake her daughter-in-law to .She is a well loved and well respected
An unusual treat is in store for each Wednesday 7:30 P. :M. Butler were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville where they visited a i young lady. This young

the folks of this area as Evangelist Bible School-10 A. M. John McKinney Sunday afternoon. daughter Mrs. J. B. Johns, who is 'couple went to New York to spend

Bill Rice of Cumberwood Folks from the Baptist Church convalescing from a recent opera their honeymoon with Mr. Wynn's
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
Ranch Tenn. comes for revival HAMPTONCHRISTIAN met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. relatives. They returned to Jacksonville
LATTER DAY SAINTServices LAWTEY, FLA. tion.Mr.
services with the First Baptist CHURCH Frank Abernathy Sunday after- and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley of and to their employmentthere.

each Sunday in old Masonic Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- Church, Hampton, beginning Sun- Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship noon and had prayer and some Jacksonville spent Saturday and We wish all of the peace
Nov. 1, at 7:30 p. m. EK good singing. Mrs. Abernathy, Sunday with Mrs. and
night Tilley's happiness this
day

parents
Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. :Midweek : .r Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program young couple
.4S
will last for two better known as Aunt Cord, has Mr.
The campaign v ti"cvaya and Mrs. M. J. Collins. that they can desire in life.
School 10 a.m., Sacrament Service service Wednesday 7:3Ld: m. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service 7:30p. been
p. weeks, closing on Sunday night, confined to her bed for anumber J The State Farm Community Mrs. Elmer
: m.Bro. J. B. Dixon, pastor. Carter gave a
6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome A; E. Massey, pastor. Nov. 15 and a cordial invitation a9 / .Y.drr of years. She always enjoys Club met Tuesday afternoon, Oct. bridal bower for her niece, Mrs.
to1 everyone to attend is extendedby HEILBRONN the church folks spending a 27, at the dub house with 18 members Charles Lang, Saturday night
.q the Hampton Church and its little, time with her and she looks present Plans were finishedfor There will' be an entertainmentat
BAPTIST CHURCH
[pastor. Song service under the forward to these visits. the Hallowe'en Carnival Sat- the Clay Hill school house
of the pastor will begin Mrs. V. L. has urday night Oct. =3A, at 7:00
direction Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching McKinney been p. m. Friday night among other things
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH promptly each night at 7:30 p. m. 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30p.m. : i in Glendale Hospital, Palatka, for The program chairman, Mrs. H. J. we understand there is to be a

, A nursery will be open throughout Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer the past week undergoing an operation Kuecra presented Rev. Cofield two-headed man there.. Well, most
\ Starke the meeting, so folks with Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Monday. She is back at who gave an inspiring talk on the"Home" of us look bad enough with just

4 small children and babies are receiving '. <.. Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt pastor. home now and getting along fine. He stressed the importance one head, what would we look
r special consideration. A Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal Jr. and place a good founded like if we had two instead of one*

children's "Western Round-up HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH and Mrs. Berry Dyal spent Sunday and grounded home plays in the Mrs. Gertie Faircloth is on the
J REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Time" will be held each Tuesdayand TIIERESSA j with Mr. and Mrs. Carlton community as a whole and as an sick list this week. Albert Osteendoesn't
, at Davis individual function.
of
I, Friday afternoon beginning Perry.Mr.
Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preaching seem to be Improving any
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town
4 p. m., during which Brother Rice ( ; Service 11 a. m.; Training and Mrs. H. M. Wasdin had Miss Nancy Bates entertainedwith in health. My mother Mrs. Belt
I
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 will have a Bible story and do Union 7 p. m.; Evening Service as weekend 'guests, Mr. and Mrs. several piano selections which isn't improving any, and Is still
some riding tricks on a "real wild horses at the age of thirteen A. T. Andrews and children of were enjoyed by all. The club gradually growing worse and get-
8p. m.
I hoss"! Children all over this area ... orphaned in his teens i+ "A church earnestly contending Hastings. rooms were beautifully decked ting thinner and weaker every

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. are cordially invited to come. worked his way through Baptist I j I I for the Faith which was once delivered ,I Mrs. Equilla Roberts had as a with flower arrangements of day. As we have said before, we
Brother Rice's life reads likea last roses, dahlias, lilies and hisbiscus.The have no hopes of her .
College the Moody Bible Inv i| unto the Saints.Jude guest week Mrs. Navera Dixon recovery.Mr.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. story.,Here is a 'brief sketch of stitute great revival campaigns -J3. A welcome awaits you. of Blackshear, Ga., and Mrs fellow hostesses, Mrs. W. G. String- and :Mrs. Leonard (Harry)
I
) and
Gospel preacher: Millie Fogg of Starke. Mrs. Mile Seigler, served Harris spent Sunday with folksat
7:30 P.M. this illustrious from coast-to-coast and 11 I -Merle Packman, pastor. a salad
Midweek Service Wednesday course with coffee. Clay Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie
Mrs. Mack
reared in the cattle McKenzie and! '
Born and across the waters experienced j Sgt. R. G. (Bubber) White was Padgett, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson
daughter, Dewanda
i of Jacksonville
of West Texas, breakingI I'j WOODLAWN MISSIONARY
country
airplane pilot author |[ BAPTIST CHURCH visited her parents, Mr, an jia spend-the-night guest at the J. I and grandson, Wayne Johns spent

associate editor of "The Sword of'' L& V1EY, FLA. Mrs. John Surrencv, last week. C. Caldwell home Thursday en- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. F.

the Lord", world's largest revival Mrs. J. F. Crenshaw of Gainesville route from his home tn St. Augus- 'Faircloth. Mrs. Dumpie Wilkinson

paper. With two Bibles, two six 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. visited her daughter, Mrs. L. tine. Sgt. White has just completed and grandson, Danny, spent
t grins, two cameras, and accompanied preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45 prayer E. Ratliff, and son, Horace Cain, a three months course i in a few daj's with Marion Wilkinson -
7 o'clock sang services, and family in St. Mary's, Ga.
service, last week.
I by two white companions, Television at Ft. Monmouth, N. J.
. Rice plunged into uncharted African 7:30: evening services. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moody en and was returning to his base at' j Marion and family returned home ,
with
Dumpie and spent the week-
jungle where pygmies were joyed a visit ftom their littlegrandson .Ft. Jackson, S. C. -
REVIVALPlan end with his home folks. Dora
located and missionary contact SEVENTH DAY last Sunday. He is the I
I established. He was one of the ADVENTIST CHURCH Fred Wimpy baby who was in the II I YTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI Johns and three :young ladies,
Mrs. Frank Carter, Carter
Shirley
last Americans to visit the late Services each Sabbath in old I car when hit by a train that took
King Abdullah of Palestine before Masonic Hall 'on E. Call St. Sab the life of his father. The littleboy I and little sister came to our house
LONG BRANCH hunting kumquats. Dora and I
the Monarch was murdered. The bath School 2 p.m. Preachingeach is growing and doing fineand .
talked while Jim and the girls
I "Bearded Lion of Judah" was so second and fourth, Sabbathst13 a wonderful looking child. I
gathered kumquats. Two little
I I fascinated with the Evangelistthat p.m. Elder Most rt, pastor. Mrs. F. M. Griffin spent last by Mrs. J. L. Strickland
girls Kathleen and Janett Lang
he made him I Bible each 8 week visiting relative, and friendsin and Jimmy LangtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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a present of Study Thursday p.m.
now to attend and join in with us I also came trying to buy a hen
: prayer I two of his finest Arabian horses, Everyone welcome.PENTECOSTAL. Georgia.Mr. but
we are not selling chickens
which are now on the Rice Ranchin and Mrs. H. Harvey of Va any
,For This Great Two-week: I Tennessee. I HOLINESS: dosta, Ga. visited Mrs. A. T. Dryden O teen-Wj nn now and so seemed they got to be some very kumquats well-

I Brother Rice Is accompaniedhere I CHURCH last Sunday. Miss Hazel Osteen of Long|I satisfied.
by Mrs. Rice, who will play I Sunday School 10 a.m. Branch and Leonard W)1Uof -
"ROUND-UP FOR HEAVEN" ach night and their three children Morning Service 11 a.m. YYVYYYYYYVyyyyyyyyyyyyySTATE Jacksonville, formerly of New YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-

I the "Rice Krispies" who are Evening Service 7:30 p.m. York, exchanged 'marriage vows brook purse-size fountain pens in
an excellent children's Trio, will 1 Prayer Meetings Wednesaa; FARMtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ;at the home of the bride's parents, pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad-

also sing nightly. night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nlgb'rYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 .. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Osteen, who ford County Telegraph.

Free transportation available I .. _' _. '0 .. ._ L .- '. "
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Hear if' '
Evangelist by | --
simply the
contacting pastor: Mr. and Mrs. Carl T Edwardsof

Gainesville spent Saturday HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT
Methodist Church GRAHAMby night and Sunday with Mr. and

Mrs. L. L! Wainwright.Mrs. .
301 1-2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301
BILL RICE Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morning Mrs. Bonnie McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA P. S. Crews' mother, Mrs. -
! Worship 11 a. m., "Our Protestant Emma Rivers of Auburndale,
: Heritage". The Sacrament|' J spent Sunday through Tuesday Regular Meals Weekly Specials

of the Lord's Supper will be ad Sgt. and Mrs. Ottis McKinney here and then went on to LaCrosse -

ministered at the morningservice.. and children of Columbus, Ga to spend several days with Fountain Service

--_- Evening service 7:30 p. m. "TheJust spent last week with his parents, another daughter.

l Shall Live by Faith". Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney, and Mr and Mrs. C. D. Sellers and SPECIALSUHDAY
Senior and Intermediate Youth other relatives. daughter, Emalou of Auburndale

-..- ----. ; - I !. Qk ..f.-....: -! 6:30 p. m. The Children's Houris and 'son, Rickie", of Norfolk, Va. Mrs. P. S. Crews. The Sellers are
I conducted on Wednesday afternoon were weekend guests of his grand- former residents of the Farm.
at 3:15.: : Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox returned -
x parents, the F. T. Abernathys. THOMAS
z a
-c-; fr4. t: t Emily McKinney spent the home last Wednesday after

At The TabernacleThe weekend in Lake Butler with Ann spending a week visiting relatives.
-'"*: .*. Parrish. While vacationing they visited GARAGE & SERVICE STATION

! < Tabernacle Sponsors, Mr. Mr. and Mrs., E. A. Bradshaw of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hendricks
.- ,- 'I I Greensboro, N. C. and a'
and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, have granddaughter -
returned -
:' of Yulee visited Mr. and Mrs. P.
.. ;... from' their vacation in O. Starling last Sunday. Lois Irene Cox, in col- OPEN 24 HOURS
'i\,;" North Carolina, and Mr. Quigleywill I lege and a son, Mr. and Mrs.
Those from S EXPERT
F here attendingHomecoming REPAIRS
I bring the messages Sunday Gerald Cox of Monroe, Ga.
I 1'
:"1 ; '. i festivities in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. H.
1ii. The morning topic will be Ralph Cox and
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WRECKER SERVICE
YI
I ""-,.,1 : "Talents" and in the evening Mr. last Friday were Mrs. Irene family of Live Oak spent Sunday
,
I ,. .v' fJ'1 -. j' .. Quigley111 speak on "Running,Ratliff and son, Walter, Robert, here with his parents, Mr. and
'! \ '. the Race". Rev. Poehner will1 Richard, and Sharon Cain, Mrs. Mrs. R. H. Cox. PHONE 211-J STARKE, FLA.rL9tfra7ih8Jed .

.' I bring the third of a series of lectures Leo Dyal, Miss Margerie Lefevers, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Attwood ot ,, .,

s. \ on his chart Friday evening.Mr. Miss Chisper Easterman, the Hu Jacksonville spent Sunday after- .-. '- ." '>- .._"-. -. -- ,--- --, /-
and Mrs. W. B. McKinney
,, t: have planned the Youth ..
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Special music each night by the Three Rice Children Meeting Program and will be assisted -
by Mr. and Mrs. Milo

"y.. Mary, Pete, and Bill Jr. as the: Smith.Presbyterian ChurchFriday ; ;?;




"RICE KRISPIES I TRIO" Junior Choir, Oct.Practice.30, 3:30 p. m.,

Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morn-

," ing Worship 11 a. m., "What
Comes First". Youth Fellowship

\ 6:30 p. m., Joe Hardin, program

Twin- Pianos Playing for Great Sin gspfrotioni chairman.. m., "Protestantism Evening Worship and 7:30p. Religious 'THE BIG DEAL DAYS'ARE

: ::' Freedom". Youth Recrea-
i Hour Each N/fe. tion Hour 8:30 p. m.

Wednesday, Nov. 4, 7:30 p. m.
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\ !Ii" Adult Choir practice 8 p. m.
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Two Trombones by Frank Brown and
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m
Weekday Mass 7":30 a.m. -_ T
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.Herb Stanley accompanying song service. Children's Class Saturday 11

a. m.

Keystone(Women's Heights Hub) ,

I Sunday Mass 8 a. m. .
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NOV. 1-15 NURSERY
+ School 10 a.m. Morning
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Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service

, 7:30 P.M. .,3 OPEN Tuesday 7:30 7:30 p.m. pjn.Thursday.Prayer Meeting ? _e

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Lawtey .
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning _
: Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servtng A MODEL COMPARISONS SHOW

Saturday 7:30 p.m. Chevrolet >dvonte-D. //gn
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'It- s, makes combined
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'-i, .. St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Mon Chevrolet bucks Jn vie
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From light delivery to _

; ;'V Song Service Conducted By Pastors heavy Chevrolet hauling truck there'sa to
Church School 11
9:45 a.m., 61 your need
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: Bob Gray ;. jn.. Morning Prayer &: Sermon;
6:30 p.m.. Young People's Serv- .
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ice League.HOLY COMMUNION fou'p save on ,price You'll save on operating COits! You'll get a better trooVJn! Buy no truck until

HEY KIDS! Tuesday and Friday Afternoons of both weeks at 4 pint. there will 1st. Sunday 11 a.m3rd.. Sunday And youTl save plenty! With In both lightand heavy-duty You get more truck for your get our deal!
be a special Bible Story Hour with Bill Rice A real honest-to-goodness Texas 7:30 a.m. all their extra ruggedness and models, Chevrolet's advanced dollars when you buy you
FRIDAY I thrifty power. with all their valve-in-head engines deliver more dollars for your truck Let us show you how easy it is
Cowboy also doing some fancy riding and rope tricks on an honestto-goodness, I
exclusive and advanced features And when trade. Chevrolet to start saving with a
outstanding economy. you you money
real live Hoss'! Don't miss it! 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation
"Hampton r 8 Choir Rehearsal. Chevrolet trucks are the get extra ruggedness that keeps trucks traditionally command new Chevrolet truck that's just
e pjn. lowest priced truck: line of all! upkeep down! a higher resale value. right for your job.



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH HAMPTON Christian School ChurchBible 9:45 a. m. Worship TORODE CHEVROLET CO. .

Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. -

m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes-

day 7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETS .

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TAOE JdGIrr BRADFORD, COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA .
\If FRIDAY, OCTOBER 80, 195S


Of Starke Methodists ent for the Anniversary. Mrs. E. 109 New Licenses Another Load Of Nuts and addresses: 1065 Pacific Street.
Early History To RollS 1
M. Rooks, of Gainesville, :Mr.. and SERVICE Ready :Brooklyn, New York.

r i Mrs. Murrah Rooks of Alachuaand MEN Sold To HuntersA Your suitor are hereby Divorcehas notified that a

t Reviewed At 90th Anniversary Event their daughters, the :Misses ,oF...... ;.. ;': been filed against .you In the
Lora and Sandra Rooks, Mr. and total of l6JT hunting licensesfor : ; e.:,_ "w. above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a of
Mrs. Marvin Rooks of Jacksonville the approaching hunting ._ copy
season
The First :Methodist Church of in Lakeland preached the Anni- ..'SF : ., your answer or pleading t') the complaint -
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Rev; and :Mrs. John J. Rooks, has been sold thus far by the -" I on the Plaintiff Attorney
Starke observed its 90th Anni- versary sermon at the Sunday ; T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.
of lakeland and their children, county judge's office. Making up and file the original in the office of

versary on Sunday. October 25 morning service. Mr. Rooks is a Marianne .and John James, Jr., this total are: eight public area 'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

with special services and a basket 3on of the late Rev. E. M. Rooks, and Mr. and: Mrs. Paul Hunt, of 1 licenses; six Series O. A. permitsfree .-. or 1953 before; otherwise the 9 the day allegations of November of

dinner on the church grounds. The who was yastor of the Staflce I Jacksonville. Mrs. Hunt, the ( to' hunters under 15 or over I Raid leased Complaint will be taken as con-

1924-1923. former Miss Rebecca Rooks sanga 65)); 22 resident, county licenses; !I This by you.
Rev. John J. Rooks, pastor of the Methodist Church, in notice shall be published
with her husband at the and 73 resident state once each week for
duet licenses. foui consecutive
College Heights Methodist Church /.The entire Rooks family was pres- weeks in the Bradford
afternoon service. The first half of a split dove I graph. County Tele

The historical record servicewas season ended Oct. 15, and the Dated this 7 day of October, 1953.

held in the afternoon. The f2S! second half will open Dec. 15 and !i (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. .court.Darby

I INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE Rev. Thomas G. :Mitchell reviewed I continue through Dec. 29. Hunters By Marian 1.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.

the history of the Starke Church] may begin hunting deer, quail, i-_ i- 10/9 It 10 30

since its organization in 1863. turkey and squirrels on Nov. 20. L NOTICE TO .%FPRAR
leaders The season on waterfowl (duck In Clrralt (Court Bradford Conaty,
Local church participating
Plot Ida t In Chancery-
1EJ'/1' in the program were T. H. Slade, geese and coot) begins Nov. 12. Pauline L.VI'e.. Plainuft vs.

Chairman of the Official Board, Charles W. Pace Director of -_ Gordon L. Wl .e, Defendant
$ Case No. 10 Hi I II
.S \V. B. Sewell, Church! School .I he .Game and Fresh Water Fish _, ... ',, I Notice To AppearsTo

Superintendent, George T. Hug- Commission, has made an urgent < i I : Gordon L. Wise, whose 'esjdence -
RADIOAND '
gins, President of the Methodist i plea for safe firearms handling ii" :(to' 'arker. and 2944 address Macon Avenue.is: c. o Bruns-J. D.

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Men Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Pres- i I during the coming bunting'season.He I $'""- ,wick. Georgia.

ident of the W.S.C.S., and Mrs. said that last year there were I ANOTHER LOAD OF PECANS leaves Starke for the Georgia manufacturing :.suit You for are hereby notified ttit: a

TELEVISION W. B. Sewell, President of the I nine reported accidents in the I plants. Hussell Green, local buer for Gold Kist Pecan Divorce maiden and restoration of

Wesleyan Service Guild. Special fields, and that four persons Growers, is pictured in front of his Templeenue office as a hoaiily has been filed name against you m the

music consisted of a male quartet drowned while on hunting trips. I loaded truck prepares to take off. above named Court and cause and
I 1 L- I I Said Pace "We feel these deaths you are required to serve a copy of
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directed by F. A. McGinley a ,
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Sales your answer or pleading to the
duet by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunt, and injuries were caused through 1! This notice shall be published complaint on the PlalntlU'sAttorney

and Service and a solo by Mrs. W. J. Church- S; carelessness in the handling of Spanish Teacher .1 once each week for four POPCA.-I.H... Law Exchange Evan T. Evans, IOJ
Avehs in the Bradford County Tele- Building Jacksonville -
S. 4 / firearms and boats. I ,
welL The Rev. Churchwell was I graph Florida
the closing speaker at the afternoon 4_ The Game Commission official Speaks At Rotary Dated this 6th day of October. and file the original In the office of
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Florida 1932.OFFICiAL. the Clerk of t)>e Circuit Court on
,'service. r stressed that the loss of a single I II I. or before the
i ( SEAL) Charles
S A. Darby
hunter's life through negligencewas 23 day of November. 1953
I special music at the Sunday .5"j j Ij j) Cesar L- Rivera, Spanish teacher Clerk of the Circuit Court. otherwise the allegations of said
too much when that fatality By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
morning service was furnished by at Bradford High School, was Complaint will t e taken &s confess2d .
10/9 4t 10/30
could have been avoided.He I by
so easily you.
the Children's Choir, directed by guest speaker at the Rotary Club :I This .
I notice shall b publishedonce
Sell It Rent It Trade It urged that hunters write to 0-riCR TO ,4PPKIR week
each
Mrs. Wilma Dockstader with :Miss the Commission office in Talla- Wednesday, giving a colorful account In Circuit Court Bradford County weeks in the Bndford for four County consecutive Tele
Jo Ann Smith, as pianist, the of the traditions and customsof Plorldat In Cbaarrry.Thomas graph.
Youth Choir, directed by F. A hassee for a copy of the "Ten Spain, and pointing out the need Elton Forde, Plaintiff, vs. Dated this 16 day of October, 1953.
Commandments of Safety," a I Mary; Forde. Defendant.Case. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroy
WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow McGinley with Mrs. Lloyd J, for continuing good relations be- No. 10-122 Clerk of the Circuit Court

Green, as pianist, the Senior Choir pamphlet of common-sense, every- tween the U. S. and Latin Ameri- Notice To \"pC'.r. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
day precautions by which sportsmen i To Mary Forde whose residence 10/23 4t 11,'13
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directed by :Mr. :McGinley with j i can countries.
Rates Good Results Easy To Place ought to live. I ---- --
I :Mrs. E. K. Perryman as organist, I Mr. Rivera a native of Puerto .-"I' ",-- .- ----- -- ____ h
.. .. and by Mrs. W. L. Edwards, guest I Rico, received his education in this u.
WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION e e e SOc
20 1954 Conservation I
Jacksonville. Mrs. He
I soloist from country. complimented Floridians -
ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
EACH
I Edwards is the former Miss HildaG. Discussed I on their spirit of hospitality
DISCOfNT OF 15 PER CE>T ,OX TWO OR HonE I\SEIITIO\S Program
Struth of Starke. I and said he believed some of this

35 e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV ADVANCEJHEMORIANS. Sunday evening Mr,--Rooks I By Local Workers was inherited from the early Spanish -

showed a number of colored slide After ten weeks of intensive! I settlers of this penisular.Mr. .

CARD OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS- 20c PER LINE pictures taken in Palestine last ]I I'training at the Parris Island S., Representatives from nine coun- Rivera was introduced by

(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) summer when he made a tour I C. ,Marine Recruit Depot, Pfc. ties in this section of the state met j 11.. H. Gibson, assistant principal
in Gainesville Monday to discuss
through Europe and the Holy Dale VV. I ,
Thompson (top), son of
the 1954 Conservation
and i I Agriculture !
Land. He an interesting .
gave
FOR SALE-Three lots 75 ft. front
each by 300 tt. deep on at. Clair informative account of the Bible Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompsonof Program and work out details for I Minors Are Found' : 1'." '

THOMASREAL St. Ralph Begue, Gen. Del.. Arlington I I Lands as shown in the pictures. Starke, and Pfc. James E. I I its execution. .I ";
A.J. Fla. Ztp 11/6 I i
ESTATE BROKER Among the out of town guests, Moody, son of :Mr. and Mrs. Jay Representing Bradford County In Reno Jook; ..

Telephone 214 FOR SALE-Willys pick up truck. Moody of New River have were County'Agent G. T. Huggins. mIw-4
Ave. above
504 Temple 23,117 miles. Owned and operated other than those named successfully Owner Arrested i i iI
Starke, Florida by one man. Priced at only attending the services were: completed their recruit Bill Hans Mary Ella Wattersonand I

HAS Lake 1150. St.See Starke Olin W.Fla.White Sr. 435 ltp Acting Governor and Mrs. Charley training and have .been, promoted Mildred. Sapp. They are working -] Starke police and Bradford I

SALE E. Johns and daughter, Markley- to their present ranks; I{ this week with Aubrey Duns- County deputies descended on

FOR SEWING ance due.MACHINES Write S.-M.Sell. Box for bal-833. qfin, A. F. Phillips and Mrs. W. They spent four'weeks, learning combe, of the state PMA committee i Reno Saturday night and raided a SANTA Has His Headquarters Starke

154 acre farm. 25 orange and Starke., Fla. tfchg H. Phillips, all of Tallahassee; to handle and fire the famed on details of the program as Negro jook-pool room owned by I

1-100 pecan trees. fenceU and cross, Dr. and Mrs. T. Arthur Mosely, Garand M1. Rifle, and qualifiedIn it pertains to Bradford County. Joe Williams. Caught up in the AT GEM JEWELRY
In cult. baL pas. SATSUMA ORANGES FOR SALE-
fenced.Hard 80 a.road modern home, lie dos. at farm. No Sunday sales.C. Mrs. W. A. Fischer, and W. L. range firing as marksmen. The Conservation Program is raid were five Negro gamblers.Six .

lures.$7,000.00 down payment. W. Jenkins near railroad depot. Edwards, Jacksonville; Rev. and handled through state and county minors were found in the "The House of Fine Diamonds"GIVE
Johnson (Putnam County) Fla.
2000 ft. fronting on U. Stp 11/20 Mrs. George E. Ferrar, Melrose; Airman 1-c Clinton Barton arrived committees of the Production:: and place, another infraction of the a

2-73 a acres.301. 10 room modern home --,----- Mrs. J. T. Guy and Mr. and Mrs. last week from Castle AFB, Marketing Association. law which states that minors will

beautifully landscaped. ideal FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnlsh. DeWitt C. Jones Gainesville Joe Merced, Calif. to spend a I It is not be allowed in I i
commercial development. ed. modern home at Waldo, Fla. ; 30-day i expected that the Bradford I pool rooms and "ELGIN." The only Watch that guarantee the
for
Priced rightS Inquire Chamber of Commerce, Patterson, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. leave with his parents, :Mr. and County program, which will include places where beer, is sold.

S 90 pecan trees pears, Starke. ltp Eugene Borde, Frostproof; Rev. Mrs. H. A. Barton in Starke. He .1 applicable practices and the Owner Williams appeared be- "Motive Power" (Duro Power Mainspring). Will never

-blue 43 acres.berries dwelling electricity, FOR SALE-17 Inch Motorola Tele- and Mrs., M. O. Robbins, Penney has been stationed in California rates of costsharing, will be announced fore Mayor J. R. Wainwright in never break in'Service. ,Adjusted and timed to give a

400000. vision (table model), 2 chair beds Farms: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon I for a year and a half after completing soon. Farmers will be court Monday morning. He said life-time of service. for
i (makes single beds). 1 Fiber rug Beautifully styled Eye Appeal.
I
4-12 acres, 10 room'dwelling, modern 7 x 12 green and 2 folding chairs. Cederstrom, Pensacola; and Lee his basic training at asked to consider their conserva- he had been sick and was absent

conveniences hard road and, 1 No phone calls. D. Myers. Trailer I Reeser! Springfield, Pa.Humphreys Lackland AFB. He is assigned to tion problems and request cost- from his .place of business Saturday AT ALL
of Starke. SO pecan trees (rear of cottages) Thomas Motor .
mile work
beautiful shrubbery Bargain Court. Itp on B-50's as an engine spe- sharing' with the Federal govern- nighj; that all he knew about

price. cialist. ment during an initial sign-up period the case was what he had been Priced Levels
to please
FOR SALE-1 Treadle sewing machine Staff I your purse
S-2S acre farm on hard road. 12 sews good $25 14 New Pvt. Ralph F. Merritt fias been which will probably be between' told.Mayor
acres cultivated. 3S pecan trees Hampshire laying hens $1.95 each, Nov. 1 and Dec. 10. I'! Wainwrisht informed
oranges persimmons. grapes small table saw for hobby shop, assigned to the Medical Corps and 1
pears blue berries. 1,400.30 less motor, $8 and 1 set plow har- is now stationed at I One of the main features of the I Williams that as owner he was $33.75 and up to $325
down payment. nesses with leather collar 10. W. Shaping Up Camp Pickett. 1954 Conservation is the i, liable for what went on in his I I
block dwelling B. Devine, Lawtey. Fla. Inquire jl Va. He entered the service on 1 Program place of business. The Mayor then Including Beautiful Diamond Models
t-& mom concrete Standard Station. Itp Sept. 8 and took his basic train-I "package concept" whereby a conservation I
U. S. 101. Lot 75 x 2(5 ft. proceeded to give Williams a stern i
on Price 40000. Cash or' terms. FOR RENT-Four room cottage fur- Continued from page one t tis ing at Ft. Jackson, S. C.. His practice can be carried .lecture on bringing children in

nished $9 per week, lights and present address is: Pvt. Ralph E. out by doing a-complete job; thatis up SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY AND BE CONVINCED
Lake,
7-SO acres, 600 ft. on Crystal water, Klngsley Lake road near active in1 community affairs. He : pool rooms. "I am not going to
JS.OOO.OO cash or terms. Camp Blanding, Kingsley Court, is a member of the Board of Directors -j :Merritt, US3194889, Co. D, 6 seeding, liming and fertilizingare fine you the maximum of $100 this QUALITY HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
ROT 545. MTB 2nd to be combined into one
Zip 11/6 MTR, Camp Pickett prac- "
S_3 lots on new Blanding Highwayold : of the Lions Club, is Captain tice time, the Mayor said "but I am
Still have nice Va. He is the son of Mrs. Nan instead of separate practices,
past week. FOR SALE! to for each Starke's Jeweler
lot now, -60 acre Improved pas of the Volunteer Fire Department, going fine you $10 Leading
selection. Buy your ture, 130 bearing pecan trees 2 Moody of New River. as heretofore.In minor found in that
your place.
build on It later. dwelling houses. dairy barn and and active in PTA affairs.
odd buildings. Write C. Letsch. Employee Relations HeadT. explaining the "package con- will make your fine $60." ED SIMPSON OwnerEiiJI

The Man With Security Toiorrow Today." Rt. 2. Box 51. Starke. tfchg H. Carey will head up per- Fred Astair BackIn cept," Duns ombe said that, for Not able to pay the fine immediately \

Is The Man Who Invests FOR SALE-Big Chief garden tractor sonnel and employee relations 'Band example, in establishing a' per- Williams was returnedto ., .. "

plow, cutter-bar, disc wheel activities! on both the Highland! and Wagon'At manent pasture, provision Is made jail. His wife later bailed him :. _, .iL_- -' .. .- "' .. ..- '
weight. Half price. 5125 Glen-
DeLaval cream separator wood Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. ltp Trail Ridge plants, serving as Employee Florida TheatreLovely tc allow Federal cost-sharing for out. Four of the arrested gam- '--, .. --- ., ,

FOR.SALE used-very little 110 V motor-, Relations! Director.Mr. seeding, liming, fertilizing and and the fifth gambler forfeited a .. __' _.._ ...._, ._ .... .. .. u' _,

capy. 500 qts. per hour.450 Price Lafayette FOR practically SALE new.G. Call E. 306 refrigerator or 241-J., Carey is a native of North Cyd Charisse is Fred clearing of land (if necessary). $10 bond when they failed to appear :-

I4S.OU. St.W.. Starke.R. Miller Fla. Ztp 100 Charley Oakes. Itchg Carolina and a gradute of The Astaire's new dancing partnerand But a farmer must do a complete in court. Sat. Mon. Only !

ANTED-Rellable man or THERE ARE LOT OF MILES left Citadel with a GBS in chemistry.He romantic co-star in "The Band job in order to get credit for it. Nine other cases on the mayor's ,

HELP woman with car to call on farmers In these Used Tires. Priced Right. joined the du Pont company in : Wagon", sparkling Technicoloi Other important features of the docket yielded $130 in forfeited

In Bradford County Part or to Come Farmers see Market.Bob at Starke.Gas Station Fla. ltp at 1940 and has served in various movie showing at the Florida '54 program, according to Duns- bends. These latter cases were \

full$25 in time.a day.No No lay-offs.experience$10 or capacities as chemist, foreman, and Theatre this Sunday and Mondav combe, are that it will be the responsibility for traffic violations and two i LADIES FULL

capital required. Give references. ONE SPOTTED BOAR approximately supervisor of several du Pont Oscar Levant, the pianoplayingwit of the farmer to request cases of public Intoxication. I
Write McNess Company, Box 2766 to Ibs. picked up near Heilbronn with a crab apple personality. before he be- of BHS. The program was in
Station Memphis I. Tern. Springs. Owner contact Sheriff plants. Mr. Carey served four cost-sharing II
DeSoto ftp 10/30 Office. Itchg years in the Army and returnedto Broadway's Nanette Fabray, and gins a practice and that there will charge of E. L. Matthews, chair- I

Jack Buchanan complete the top- be no provision for over-earnings. man of Rotarys: International
In and:desirable ADMIRAL REFRIGERATOR like service with du Pont in 1946
FOR furnished RENT-Close or unfurnished apartments new. Sell or trade for what you at Newark N. J.. later being transferred flight cast of this lilting musical Service committee.
also tourist room reason have. Stop at Gas Station at which has a flock of song hits by Earlier in the meeting the club
to Baltim Md. and then
West Madison. 2tehg Farmers )Market Starke Fla. re, Cong. Matthews SLIPS
able. 201 !?->h Hammond. Itp in September 1952 to Service Sup- Howard Dietz and ,Arthur Sch-' !: voted to go on record as endorsingthe

WANTED-Pine and cypress logs 5 wartz. I IT- Will Be SpeakerAt re-enactment by Congress of i,
and up dla. 8 ft. S inches WILL PAY CASH for good clean ervisor at the Trail Ridge plant.
inches
lo'ig.. Must cut above the nails. COTTON Rags. Must be COTTON. Other Appointments The story concerns Tony Hunter, Farm BureauAs the McFarland Amendment to the

Will pay $40 per thousand feet Bradford County Telegraph. tf. W. M. Beam to be planning engineer played by Astaire, a one-time I Social Security Act. Ted Connell, I'

Preston scale. Delivered to our movie and dance star who is I member District 5, State Welfare
LET J. D OnOM. song
JR. at the Plant
mill 1 mile nouth of Lawtey on Highlands ; a part (I'f the county-wide |
sol Hlway. T. W. Tatum. 3tp 11(6 HANDLE YOUR now box office poison. Only his 1 ,Board, pointed out that the Amend- Reg. $1.00
CATTLE AND HOGS John Caldwell, engineer, Highland .. Farm Bureau membership drive, .
SALES friends believe he can still be a i ment expires in 1954 and unless 1 e- ,
FOR SALE-Attractive Down homes payment never Live Oak Karh Wrd......!.. ; big draw. They induce him to I Congressman Billy Matthews will : enacted would cut down Federal 1st Quality IAc
beet occupied. mile Galaenvllle Each Friday \V. O. Cannon, master. mechanic, speak at the court house in Stark i
balance like rent. About 1 leave Hollywood and star in a welfare matching funds with a resulting AllSizesand
from City limits Road 100. Mrs. Trail Ridge; on Friday, Nov. 6, at 7:30 p.m. All :I
but Tony reduction of $9 7" I
Starke. IfJOB' RADIOS REPAIREDAll Broadway production average
Nollman. J. R. Chambers
W. H. engineering rep- farmers, businessmen and other interested -
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Colors
Make All Model.Irasoaabl doubtful now of his ability, immediately -I per month in old age assistant
resentative (du Pont), Highland;
OPPOnTCNITY Young men i churn persons are invited to
gu.r..sredcH.tS. clashes with exoti
wanting to learn chain store business C. SHEPHERD C. \V. Colson, accounting clerk, hear :Matthews speak on the values payments. e Limit
IS to 3$ years of age with.I 103 W. Tall St. gtarke Ph. 238SPECIIL" Gaby Gerard, a ballet dancer. | \
Trail
high school education. No experience Ridge; and i of strong farmer's organizations. NOTICE TO APPK4R
The show is a flop Tony
necessary. Starting pay SSC GEM IN E IN DI1 C. E. Devlin, maintenance sup- I Four special meetings (the first In Circuit Court, Bradford Conntr,
FOHMOs 1
under
But Gaby'spersuasion !
and repuHr Increases. Apply blames himself. Florida In Chancery
to $40 local manager Lovett's. .\Z.\LKU erintendent, Trail Ridge; he takes over and of which was held. Tuesday in j George T. Moss Plaintiff vs. Mar-
10 to IS Inches
2tchg 10/S(I 100 for XX 10 J. E. clerk. tha P. Moss, Defendant.
Gay accounting
Brooker) have been planned to ac- 1 i \
UfoL"ElnnEz.Ua .N I HSKHVPaullae transforms the washout into a 1 I Case No. 10-118 COTTON
Karl Cvlllna Highland; members with PRINT
I I quaint prospective Notice To Appeari
smash hit.Pace .
I 1 I,Rarletoa. Fla.-_ Phone Waldo 2S4U:I Herbert Green storekeeper,' 1 Farm Bureau activities. The remaining -: To: Martha P. Moss whose residence \
NOTICE I Trail and address i.v: Raleigh,
for return of NEW TRY STAR PLASTIC TYPE Ridge; Address I ICattlemen's meetings are scheduled as North Carolina.You I
offered To
KKWARD CLEANER-Does a better job, W. H. Hart, storekeeper, High- follows: Tues., Nov. 3, at Heil are hereby notified that a
lost five jear old Cocker Spaniel faster. No messy liquids. Self- land : suit for '
Color: reddish renewing, lasts Indefinitely. Only ; GroupAt bronn School; Fri., Nov. 6, at Divorce II
male dog. 50c at Bradford County J. L. Hetherington engineer Starke Court House; Tues., Nov. has been filed against you In the
brown body, blonde patch In top Telegraph.tf Trail Ridge; \' Supper FridayJames above named Court and cause and,'
10. at Lawtey City Hall. The time
feathered. Was [, you are required to serve a copy of 'SCARVESS
of head; fully FOR RENT-Unfurnishe4 house. Inquire Edward Johns, surveyor, Trail for each of the meetings Is 7:30 your answer or pleading to the complaint -J J
wearing rolled collar and answers at Bus Station. tf Ridge; E. Pace assistant animal. 'I on the Plaintiffs Attorney\
pjn.
RUSTY. at the University of I Lloyd Bass. 302 Clark Building
to H. P. Kautz, engineer Highland .husbandman I
FOR SALE 'I" x 8" x 16" Concrete ; J. fR Wainwright, president, and ,: Jacksonville Florida j
EDWARD A. HALL i Block 18f each. Plenty of i G. C. Livingston, purchasing : Florida will be the featured speaker and file the original In the office of I
:61-'" Mortar Mix and Cemeat. Bradford at the Bradford County Cat- F. L. Watterson secretary of the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or|
Ph* e
St. I
Trail and
Mi3: Lafarrttc Engineering Company. Phone agent Ridge Highland; Farm Bureau, have sent out let-I before the 9 day of November 1953; :
STARKE. FLA. '4. tf John MiUigan, carpenter foreman tlemen's Association supper meet- otherwise the allegations of said]
CAKES Highland; ing tomorrow (Friday) night. The ters to farmers, listing advantagesof i Complaint will be taken as confessed -
FOR SPECIAL
FOR SALE-Small partly tarnished Birthdays. Weddings OCCASIONS Anniversaries : L. Pickering construction foreman meeting will be held In the Starke the Farm Bureau and urging I This by you notice shall be published Full 26"S

cottage suitable for couple or with etc. E'aked by Moeller't Lions Den. The starting time is membership. They point out that once each week for four consecutive C
one child. Located within City Bakery. Ocala. Fla. Orders takenat Highland; the Farm Bureau is the largest organization weeks in the Bradford County Tele.
Limits. Inquire L. F. Smith. Keystone LOVETT'S. 4tp Ii'' R. M.: Sasser, payroll clerk 7:30 p.m. graph. 1st Quality
Road or phone 17S-W. Highland J. R. Wainwright and Titus Olsen of farmers in the world Dated this C day of October. 1953.!
:ftp 11/6 FOR SALE-Boxer Pups AKC Reg ; and that there are 15,000 mem- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
istered. Grand Sires: Lord Bruno C. T. Smith, accounting (du : are in charge of food arrange- I Clerk of the Circuit Court. c 2 Limit
LOST-Blue-tick hound four months Von Helm-Companion Dog-Com- Pont), Highland; ments. The menu has not been an- mers in Florida alone. By Marian 1.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
old female. Reward for return. panlon Dug Excellent. and Cham- I 10/9 4t 10/30
Paul Meng. 1U. 1. Dolt 31, Starke.Up pion bit of Sarrah Crest. Fawn K. M.: Struth, surveyor High- nounced as yet but Olson is making I J

and Brindle. Males or females.'land; assurances that "chicken win ,Woodmen ArrangeFor OTIOJ TO APPr.\R
whelped September 9, 1)53. Clifford IB Circuit Co.M. Hni4frd C...t>
Furnished. 3-room Daniel Sullivan project engineer, NOT be the featured dish. Florida I. CkaafCrr
FOR RENT- L. Currie. Phone ISC or J49J. Meeting PlaceThe
apartment downstairs. private Pups can be seen after 5:00 o'clock Highland; .Maurice Edwards, Jr., presidentof Julia KostyaU Plaintiff, vs. Frank
bath. 4-room cottage for sale. -week days-All day Saturdayand Kostyat. Defendant. We
One girl's bicycle cheap. 305 W. Sunday. 10/1 4t ltVALUABLE / A. K. Taylor, welding shop foreman the association urges all members local Woodman Camp has Case No. 10-121 Exchange
Madison St. lip Trail Ridge; and those persons interestedin \otlre T. \PoP..r.
BUSINESS PROPERTYBuy rented the "old haIl (formerly used To: Frank Kostyal. whose residence We Refund
FOR RF' Klngsley Lake: 3-bed- this 300 ft. for $5000 net and E. V. Whittle mine engineer, becoming members to attend by Masons and WOW) upstairsover I and address is: 3051 82nd St.
room houne completely furnished: get deeds to 451 ft. total frontagein Trail Ridge. this meeting where a good meal Pool Room and I Jackson Heights. Sew York. I We Satisfy
living room dinette modern kitchen City of Starke on U. S. 301 and a good are promised. Dampier's Ii You arc hr.hv notified that a
program
bath with tub hot and cold North. Phone S3-704 or write SOS plans are being made to furnish the suit for' Divorcehas tl
water, gas stove gas range for N. E. 121st St., Miami 38. Fla. and this been filed against you in I
regular
use a
healing. $70 per mo. for all year 41010118 rooms for cnove named Cnnft and cause th"l
around. Contact Starke C of C Mrs. Paul Shupe of Eau Gallie CorrectionIn meeting place. >rou are required to serve a copy 147 W. 1

or Mr*. Jack Williams, 2110 N. V., FOR S.\LE-P.ab Parrakets. all spent the weekend, of the 24th an article in a recent, J. W. Yeoman, secretary, an- your oroplalitt answer on the or Plaintiff'aAttorney oleadlnr to ,I 1
34th Place. Greenville. tfchg colors. Can be talk,
taught
make adorable pts. Price to $4.00 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. issue J. R. Wainwright was referred nounces that the first meeting will T. Frank Landrum,! Call St. I

WE her; ARE of TURKEYS HOT-niVn a for limited retail num-sale. each. Mrs. T, F. Brown. near R. F. Demorest. Last weekendMr. I to as president of the! be held there tonight (Friday) at and Starke.file the Florida wigir.al In the officeof Starke t
Post Office. Hampton. Fla
Place order now for Thanksgivingand ltp and Mrs. Shupe were guests of Bradford County Cattlemen's As-, 8 o'clock and each member has the Clerk of the Circuit Court !

Christmas turkeys. Opals VACUUM CLEANERS.-New, take up the Demorests and together they I sociation. This was an error, since! been asked to "bring a chair" to .n or 9th before day of the November, 19 3tberwise ; Fla

Turkey Farm. Florahome phone p"vm..n'lO.Vrlte S. M. Box SIS, attended Gator Growl and the J. M. Edwards Jr. Is currently. help furnish the meeting place. "/ the allegations of said .' --.. .
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11/27
Keystone Starke. Fla. -
tfchg I will be taken as confessed B
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Second Section



:i"? Businesses- 301 Have Selling Job To Do Bradford County Telegraph




T Survey of Florida Approach Shows / I STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER SO, 19- I




:t2; Lack of Promotion To Lure Tourists$ 11IL t!



1. i
: U. S. Highway 301 comes in a poor second in the continuing n

' battle for the attention of motorists along 16 milesof 30I ,i5A >

highway from the St. Mary's River to Callahan. TfACKSOMVILLE. -

On this all-important span,_ where U. S.1 and 301 follow KE CIZY .

the same route before parting company at Callahan, there are tP

22 signs pointing out the'virtues of U. S. 1 or AlA and only E I

l II ..,' three...calling attention to,301.I .' ST. AUGt/ST/NE V

I -, -....,' STAY' ON'U. S. l".the motor1st and Tropical Gardens. They are ,c 1 By Geo. T. Hnggins
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t is told with such frequency most persuasive, and'undoubtedly Ceunty Agent
along that 16 miles that by the do of 'i
a good job influencing the BVUNrVEti-
time he reaches Callahan the con- Agricultural Extension Service
sightseeing tourist. There Are 22 Like This.
.
stant repetition is bound to have But as for 301 what is offered Green Winter Lawn these meetings.

I'"' effect and he ,quite' likely decides to persuade the driver to OCM.Az Now is the time to seed Italian Organic In Soil Imoprtant.One .

1 L that maybe the signs are right Rye on lawn if
... turn right at. Callahan-just one OAYTONAt.tESguRG grass your you of the most important
and he'd better follow their adviceV sign advertising Silver Springs want to have an attractive lawn
parts of your soil is its organic
one sponsored by the City of all winter. With rye grass, we matter content. It is also one of

ix .Consequently, many touristsare Tampa, and one by Cypress can use the Forest Service slogan the hardest parts of the soil to
lured onto congested, stop- Gardens. Keep Florida Green and keep our maintain.
301
lighted, school-zoned U. S. 1 with Attractions along U. S. 27 have THESHM7 \ lawns green. Rye grass seeds

the attractive bait of being the entirely overlooked the fact that OCEAM germinate quickly if you use good Organic matter-decomposed or

"shortest" route to Miami, entirely 301( is a most important "feeder" T 11 11 \\I ROUTES SOUTH 17V i quality seed so that a good standis partly decomposed parts of plantsor

unaware that they'd get therea into 27, as shown by map at right. s ctca oa always assured. animals-is valuable for severs?
lot quIcker. and in much better :: ( Before planting reasons. It helps bind loose sands
They are "missing the boat" when u s Raa+ra TAMPA HA1NE 5 your rye grass together
shape mentally -physically..' by they overlook the golden oppor- fertilize the lawn with about 20 and makes clays more

followin :?01 to Belleview, then tunity to tap this flow of traffic v CITY or 25 pounds of complete fertilizer, open and porous. Humus increasesthe

'I ,', 27 to Miami. I above Callahan.: Additional signs. such as 6-6-6, per 1,000 square water holding capacity of

Actually, the 301-27 route to of the ,impressive type erected by SCENIC Caof CoahlG.i feet; or with about five pounds of sands and allows water and air
7atidcis to circulate
Miami is only 15 miles longer !Tampa and pointing out the many nitrate of soda per 1,000 square in clays. It also al.
lows
:;. than, the famed U. S.1, but where I I attractions along 301 and 27 would eet. i microorganisms to live in

the motorist might lose minutes !I work wonders in persuading more Sow the seed broadcast on top the soil fertility by making inorganic -

In this insignificant distance -!'!tourists! elements of the soil more
traveling to take the right hand of the summer grass. After seed

he' actually gains hours in ,,I turn at Callahan. '. are sowed, keep the ground moist readily available, and increasesthe

traveling fUme on the uncongested .In current lingo. 301 is "hot". CLE WS( TO until they have germinated. Five base exchange capacity of the

. central Florida route almost completely It will continue to increase in And Only Three of These. 5 OUTH or six pounds of seed per 1,000 soil.In

devoid of traffic- lights. popularity as its virtues are dis RYMIAM square feet will give you a good Florida organic matter decomposes .
,
stop signs and slow zones. covered by more and more tourists r :.. stand. It is best to wait until rapidly either in the ,.

As a further .inducement, the each year, but there is much that :g..f.fr."""'.... ... grass is two or three inches high soil or as a mulch on top of it.

,301-27 route traverses one .of the can be done to speed this natural) i:; before mowing it the first time. For this reason, you have to add

most scenic areas of the state. growth and for that reason the F. f .. _,, I Keep the rye grass properly mow- organic matter to your soil regularly -

I The scenery on each side of Cler- TJ. S. Highway 301 Association of ". SIGHTUUIG CUTIR OF fLORIDA 1,, ,: ed and it will not gamage your for better results. There Is

mont between Leesburg apd Florida has been organized. This permanent lawn. no permanent build-up of this

Haines City, would put a picture group: will have its first meetin : !-n-lf/p8 You Lke Rats? material in well-drained Florida

postcard to shame with its rolling In the Chamber of Commerce office '01 .. November 6 and 7 can be his- soils.You
: hills, blanketed with geometrically at Ocala 3V can maintain your soil's I
on Monday Nov. 2. (V u Kai.tta. aa' I tory making days for Bradford
spaced: young: orangegroves at 2 p.m. Plans will be made for 4S.d .... County. Somewhere in this issue organic content most nearly con-
and dotted with beautiful the stant by a systematic use of
printing of strip maps another you will find the names of the cover -

lakes. means of promoting: 301. stores where this special Warfarin crops and green manure than

The Lake Okeecbobee region A recent article in the Richmond rat bait can be bought on Nov. 6 by any other method. A crop of

with its vast acreages of vegetables Times-Dispatch said:' "U. S. High I' and 7th. green manure plowed under can
become eventually a four-lane, Motorists who have traveled all add to
and sugar cane, and its herdsof way 301 is taking the play away Along the 16-mile stretch of highway between the state line ands An exhibit will be placed in one two tons of dry matter
divided, controlled access high- three routes recently report that' per acre. Where
fine cattle feeding on pastures from Route 1 so fast that it i i Callahan there are 22 large signs similar to one in top photo, advising the American Legion Fair next it is possible to
with extra service lanes motor courts
way, are- being built on grow legumes
that seem to extend to the horizonis almost certain to become EasteVirginia's successfully, you
rn i southbound motorists to stay' on U. S. 1 or AIA. week featuring our rat killing
of its 301 in ratio
it of at least 10 to
paralleling along part a 1 use them as
another thrill for the motorist, rth-sduth your green manure
preferred n 1 County Health -
Department
On the same 16 miles there are only three signs, similar to one in route. over new construction on U.S. program.
be he tourist or native Floridian.- thoroughfare 'within crop. Cover crops protect your
a matter of Future Farmers of Amer
lower photo, telling motorists to turn right on SOI. 1 and 17.Therefore.
But where each hundred dollars years. The tourist, bound 'north Florida is faced with much the ica, Agricultural Extension, and soil from erosion, take up solu-

has been spent in promoting t;. S. or south through Eastern Virginia. same problem, for many segments Florida like Virginia the Bradford County Telegraph are ble plant food that would other-

I and AIA. probably less than a tends more and more to ride 301 tourist, for instance, whizzes down the same period,.traffic on a com- of 301 in this state are already must face the facts and sponsoring this program. Rats wise be lost by leaching, and add

dollar has been spent on plugging all the way." the New Jersey Turnpike, crosses parable stretch of Route 1 Increased inadequate for the load they are take steps to put 301 in conditionto are filthy; they are destructive.I I organic matter to the soil when

301 and 21 as the fastest, most "Virginia hiway engineers notea the Bay Bridge, bypasses Wash-, only 125 per cent. carrying. As the shift to 301 live up to its new responsi One rat will destroy over $2 worth I they are plowed under.If .

scenic route to Miami. strong shift of traffic to the ington on 301, crosses the Potomac "The growUM shift of through I continues, the need for' rebuildingand bilities as the fastestgrowingroute of'food'or products during a year.' you have barnyard or poultry

I The signs ,above Callahan* beseeching Past from Route 1 to 301. It River Bridge and heads south by traffic burden from one highway, widening will become critical.All for north-south travel.In You can kill him for one penny manures available, they are ex-

I tourists to stay "on U.. S. Is a tremendous eastward 'slide' the most direct route 'U. S. to another has tremendous: conse- along 301 the boom is on. the meanwhile, business and or less. Watch for the poster in rellent sources of organic matter.

1 point out how many'-modern' influenced by the Potomac River 301" says the Times-Dispatch. It quences," the Virginia paper Tourist courts and motels are attractions along the route should a store window, "Rat Banquet." The use of artificial manure or

I motel rooms are available in South Bridge near Dahlgren and, the further states that since 1941 the points out. "For one thing it springing up, new gasoline sta- steal some of the promotion Cattlemen Meet Friday compost cannot be recommended

Jacksonville and Jacksonville Chesapeake Bay Bridge farther miles traveled on 301 between the means that Virginia is faced with tions are being constructed, little I thunder used so effectively by Seven-thirty p.m. aj the Lions for general farm use, but if you

Beach_ They, point out. the.at- nortb4.wjthsits traffic! funnel ,intometropolitan Potomac' River and Bowling Green the rebuliding of 301. to bring it towns are seeing the color of other routes in order to realize to Den at Starke is the time andplace. have plenty of plant residues, com-

tractions of St. Augustine, ,and New York. have increased by an almost in- up to its new responsibilities. tourist dollars, and main street a greater extent the potentlbenefits A good program is ready, post can be made that equals

Marineland ,... Daytona Beach. "The New York to Florida credible 1,008 per cent. During Highway engineers say 301 must real estate is tripling in value. of the 301 bonanza. including a good meal. Don't barnyard manure in value. Truck

--- miss this first "eatin meetin" of farmers, market gardeners and

; TTTTTTTT TTTT TTTTTTT T TTTT TT T .' do for we have lots of work to do. keep trying to build fertility all our Cattleman'sAssociation.. < greenhouse managers find com

i 'I the time. Farm Bureau.Meetings post very valuable.

FARMER'SDIARY well SOIL CONSERVATION :., A Membership Campaign Is*on < Cultivation of the soil stimu
Things are growing fairly
Over in right field, which now 'e. with the County Farm Bureau. lates the decomposition processesand
in the kitchen garden, althoughwe '
did not for one reason or looks like any overgrown field, N-E-.W-S First of a series of meeting was speeds up the decay of humus.:
j we now have a fine big crop of held at Brooker last, Tuesday The supply of organic matter in

i We another have get worked enough out seed the put middles out, I hairy indigo seeds. We are de- By Bill Haas ,, night. The next, one will be 7p.m. soil may be materially reduced under -

bating whether it will us to at the Heilbronn School on certain systems of cropping.
The-author"win be to pay
glad receive and will soon have to gjt busy and SOIL CONSERVATION
try to gather some of it for plant- U- S. Tuesday, Nov. 3: On November This fall is a good time to plan
of interest
{items
COD ro.Inr' hoe the rows, for the grass and
ing next We would like to. 6, those near Starke will meet at and get into operation a system
year. 3
activities
the of farmers' weeds will take over if we're not SERVICEThe ,.
Bradford for the doggone stuff costs a lot the Courthouse. At the City Hallin of cropping that allows yoursoil's I
County. Suggestions The Bermuda is
may
I diligent. grass 4w
be-left per pound But we will let most 3 Lawtey will be the meeting organic matter content to
at'the office
Telegraph or especially bad in spots, and the
of it fall on the and place on November 10. build up. Plant lupine now. Plant
mailed la 8m McGarvey. Lawtey. only way we know to handle thatis ground re- Board of Supervisors for I guson, vice-chairman will act as
seed itself. Then after frost, we'll All farmers in Bradford County Striata Crotalaria, Indigo or
to pull it out and cart it out the Bradford Soil Conservation chairman due to the prolonged I
By Sam McGarreyMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA have to get in and cut that land. are invited to'attend one or all of Sesbania this summer.
of the garden. s District will hold their regular illness of Mr. Green. .
'.
S'S monthly meeting, Thursday, Nov.
Planted some more vegetablesin 5, at 7:30 p. m. in the Agriculture The United States Department
Now that the weather has clear- of Interior Fish Clothing "
and Wildlife Service
{ Getting mighty hungry for plowing in left field and he stop- the kitchen garden-carrots, Building in Starke. Members of ALVAREZ STORElen's, ,
ed up our old berry beds are dry-. delivered bream to stock
some good fresh meat these days. ped the tractor to make an adjustment : onion seed, more English peas, the Board are Lloyd Green V. R. 1694 Ii
Especially since we've just start- He left the tractor in gear ing out and our runners are look- and parsley. We now have most of Ferguson,.Zedra Hamilton, Foster Adolph Gay's fish pond. An im- ;!'
ing better every day. Th heavydews of soil water
ed to grain Happy, the yearling by mistake and then cranked it the garden planted, and we can't Smith and J. B. White Mr. Fer- portant part and
help to keep them; from get- conservation is the beSt
eteer. He is in pretty good shape, and the first thing he knew it wait for it to grow, for we are making
ting too dry. We are very glad use of
every"acre the farm.
but we expect to feed him grain was chasing,him up the row. He about starved for some good fresh on
ALL TYPES PEST CONTROL
that ve held"over our old nursery some cabbage early if we Many farms have good sites for
forabout the next 50 days less, got out of.the way of it, and then I vegetables right out of the garden.
plants, for we have already sold I could get them growing, so we ponds. If ponds are built right,
if our money runs out), to try to managed to reach over and turnoff Looks like we have fewer mole and SPBCHLIZING IN
about enough runners to pay for dusted them and hoed them their waters can be managed for
get some good white'fat added the key before crickets in there this Butwe'll
any damagewas the cost of our labor, and we have year. now we'll hope for the best. fish as well ,as being used for CITRUS GROVE SPRAYING
, to his carcass. We did not make done., Later when he realized watch for cut worms. *
set 8.000 for ourselves, and we I stock watering and
I'a pet out of the rascal because wha might have happened ho i crop irriga-
have lots more. The broccoli we set out looked tion. A fish pond makes better Lar{e or Small,
we did n.t'want to hate to but got awfully scared.
55 Alice also planted more cab- even worse, if that was possible. living on the farm by producing
cher him, but you are just boundto .' COMPLETE EXTERMINATING SERVICE
,
bage and broccoli in the cold Some'of the plants were so tiny fresh fish for farm diets which
get fond of any animal you We always watch where we are Myrtle, the turtle tailed pig is frame. She tried two different that in hoeing them it was a job aid in the proper development ot FOR HOUSEHOLD PESTS AND TERMITES

raise. Rlit we're getting mighty walking around our farm, because the only hog we've ever seen thatis kinds of broccoli-Texas 107, and even to find them. But we gave growing children and also im-

hungry! you never'' know'when a snake not crazy'about corn. We feed Catebrese. One annoying problem them some fertilizer and hoed prove the health of adults. I Florida. Pest: Control & Chemical Co.

will be right in your path. The her table scraps, surplus milk; about the cold frame is that the them, and now it looks as though 2220 N. W. 6th St Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla.

One thing happens, and that other day one gave Sam a scare, etc., and two quarts of corn daily. cats get in there and dig around. i they are starting to perk up. Soil Conservation farm plan

causes 'another, and sometimes until he saw its tail and realizedit But she does not eat the corn lit there isn't one thing plaguingyou were delivered to Bill Reddish and I

there's no telling the.result. We was not a rattler. But for sometime readily. She wants milk, and if it's another. We plowed out our Berry mid- Jack Edwards. Jack states that I

I had a narrow escape from a bad to come, he'll always keep she can bust out aad get into the' dles, and in so doing we get some sweet lupine is the best winter I

accident this week, and it all his eyes open as he passes that laying house she eats our very I soil to work up the beds with. The grazing crop he has ever planned. I.

started harmlessly enough. The spot, even though he knows the scarce eggs. What an expensivediet I Fertilized our first planting of heavy rains had just about washed While sitting on the counter at. g PIECE

tractor stalled while Sam was pesky thing is miles away by now berries this week. Using the hand our beds away, but we went his store Bill said, "The mineralsI

working the kitchen garden and probably: fertilizer (with which we jab a ahead and set plants out anyway.We I p have before my cows arise helps I II

it would not start on the battery, hole in the soil and deposit fertilizer look silly doing it but if to keep them in good shape". I
,For the past three years we've ) we covered the 8,000 plants may I BED ROOM
so he out the crank and
got got it should turn off mighty dry, we'llbe rL
I it going Later, he discovered that We are really having the most planted Abruzzi rye for our cows i in about 7 hours. It is a slow, that berries are not on J. L. Orr is going to try an.

he had incorrectly hooked the beautiful weather now. It is fair- to graze, but this year .we're I back-breaking job, but we think glad our acre of Rescue grass with the I

wiring, and' the generator up was ly cool in the night, but the sun thinking of switching over to rye :it is a good way to do the job. high beds. seed received from the District.

shines every day, and the air i is grass. We haven't studied the I However, we are beginning to J. C. Sapp and Mr. Orr are plant- : GROUP
not the
charging battery. slow ..
mild and balmy. This is the sea- problem yet, but we know that if think that we do not get enough But now we have the ing sweet lupine and oats with a .

'\ son of the year we'feel most like rye grass is appreciably cheaper I fertilizer to the plants. For instance monotonous job of hoeing and new power take off cyclone seeder.: Phone 80 Starke fla.

,But in the meantime Sam was working and it is a good thing we we'll plant that. A penny saved i we used only 200 Ibs. of raking the berry beds. We are going J. C. states that this new seeder i

is 'a penny earned. 4-7-5 for the patch and if we do to work upon top of the beds will pay for itself in a short time i WAS I
soil from 1-BED 16995Phone
and keep working the up
that three times it will mean and you can do a better job of i
The lower end of left field gets only 600 Ibs. for about 1-2 acre !I the alleys, and ''work the soil' to planting the seed. '

all 'the humus washed down from I of berries. We must get more fer- the plants. We have had trou- VANITY
ble in having the berries hoed Freeman Register used the.District's
the rest of the field, and that soil tilizer U the plants. .r I-VANITYBENCII 9S
previously, because the soil was seeder cultipacker and .
MATTRESS:
is so rich it looks almost good 1! OW 139
ip i' pulled away from the plants, let- fertilizer spreader. Lloyd Dyal
enough to eat. We have id..a'that 1-COIL SPRINGS
an ( Our fall Irish potatoes were not
INTEGRITYof ting the crowns dry out. We do used his grain drill to plant sweet
the berries in that section I 1 BED SPREAD
doing much and no wonder, when not know how fast others around lupine for Freeman. -
will be the biggest and best plants. I.we realize that they had far too .- 2-PILLOWS
here can hoe plants, but we fig-
conduct and dealing with better .- much rain, and had not even been ure that if we can do two beds a While planting Pangola grass

thoughtfulness and economy in all Went over to the farm of CecilCrawford worked once. So. we dusted themwith day (about 1.200 plants) we'll the other day, Joe Griffis, a Dis-

the collard king, and Chlordane, and then plowed trict cooperator, stated that it is
our serving these mark the pet the job done fast enough for
-
reput- looked at his patch of collards. He them with the tractor. We got us. Bet others are faster at it.. betteer to have at least two dif- c

able quality of this well known firm. used 10 per cent DDT to kill them in quite late, and we .may ferent kinds of grasses .in your _

worms, and 1 1-2 per cent BHC not get much out of them now. We've got two long beds ready pasture program. 1/L V _

DeWITT C. JONESPhone against aphids. Cecil has a fine to set and we're going to get __

farm some good cows and a fine, But the story is' even worse. about 2,500 Florida 90's and set I W44

6.4 7 Starke, Fla. r sleek Black Angus bull. He likes i with the sweet potatoes. Those I them: We're quite eager to try our FILL DIRT I
p 6
his tractor very much. poor things have just made a few luck with' these plants, as somegrowers 1

Funeral Director Ambulance Service sickly looking vines, and it looks think they are wonderful .GOOD RICH

Our local funeral home enables to offer One of the things which has now as if we won't even get any and others disagree. There's only
u
convenience aNservices rven us & lot of trouble is learn thing to fled to the stock. "We dug. one way to find out-and that is TOP SOILSee. r. I
not'otherwise available. ,
down into a few hills and all
ing to work the soil properly. Thatis wecan try them.

4 4 I one thing that you cannot learn find is a lot of roots, but no .' .' !
by reading, but potatoes. Similar To
must
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IN THE Best Wishes KANSAS CITY TOP SIRLOIN. Cut from Grade A
BEN HALL Steer Beef, Green Salad, French Fried Hot
GOLD HOUSE RESTAURANTCongratulations TO THE 'Rolls ----_---_____________,-------_---- $1.75

We Are Proud To Have Constructed 2. Choice T-Bone Steak (Broiled) About One Pound
RESTAURANT Served with French Fries, CheFs Salad with Roque-
THE GOLD HOUSE fort Dressing. Hot rolls _______________ $2.75
GOLD HOUSE RESTAURANT 3. Gold House Sr. HAMBURGER STEAK (fresh
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And ''i ;-' Best Wishes.Congratulations A Real Asset To Our Community Green Salad, French Fries Toasted Bun -____ 95c i

Best'"Wishes. For r : "Ocean Fresh and Frozen"Seafoods"

Every Success Ji '". c." 4. Seafood Platter Consisting of Shrimp Cocktail
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>:: Heaps of French Fries Cole Slaw Hot Rolls. Words
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GOLD HOUSE RESTAURANT 5. Whole Broiled Flounder (About One Pound) White
%VILllAMS&McRAE Flaky Tender Basted in Creamery Butter, Garnish.
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Specially Chosen, Fresh Frozen Florida Caught
Painters Interior Decorators Flounder Assures You of a Specialty All Our Own.
ALVAREZ STORE"SINCE MANUFACTURING. CO. Heaps. of French Fries Chefs Salad ________ $1.65

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,., L ",0"-1 .' Welcome You To Starke ? Jelly __________________________________ $1.90
TO THE 8. Full Order HAM and EGGS with French Fries or
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TO THE oS J HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.I I GOLD HOUSE RESTAURANT Marmalade __________________________ $1.25

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Crab Meat Cocktail Gold House Sauce __h:::.*___ 65c The Furnishing Of The Gold House
Chilled Tomato Juice______________;.____1____-- 15c .
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HAMBURGER. Gold House Jr.Made from Choice Juicy '
Round Steak Ground Virtually to Your Order-Thus .GOLD HOUSE INC., Conditioning By Us PAINTS
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It-with Sweet Spanish Onion Sliced if Desired on \ .
Toasted Bun Lettuce, Pickle Tomato, Gold House SMITH'S"GARAGE Throughout The
Sauce _______________.___-__--------------- 35c I
If You Are Really Hungry Order'the Gold House Sn CompleteFurnishings Phone 120 Starke, Fla. GOLD HOUSE RESTAURANTI
Hamburger-Twice As Much ,._ ., 60c .
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Cheeseburger, All the Way.____________.1____-_ 45c .
Grilled-Bacon and Tomato _________,.2.2_!._, 50c Congratulations and
Grilled American Cheese _.________ t-X: _:...-__;.. 35c CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
Pan Fried Tender Ham ___________ _:.._ ___ 55c .
Roast Beef _______________________-____-_-__ 55c THE MAXWELL CO., INC. Best WishesTO s

SIDE ORDER.FRENCH, FRJED POTATOES, __ 20c, I
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Roquefort Cheese Dressing_________-____ 75c
Miami Jacksonville New York KOCH DRUG STORESTEVE JOHNS Owner .
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2. Chefs Salad with Our Own Special.
Louis Dressing ___. 65c, SIMMONS, Owner '
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Topped with Finely Chopped Hard Boiled Phone 53 Starke Fla.
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3. Ripe Red Sliced Tomatoes on Lettuce, ,
Roquefort or French. Dressing____::______ 75c .
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Our Own Special Layer Cake_________-,____-..:_ 25c High Class Restaurant In This Beautiful New '
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Our Own Oven Baked Deep Dish Pie_________-_ 35c GOLD HOUSE RESTAURANT
Filled with Luscious Fresh or Frozen Fruits. Eli Witt Cigar & Candy Co. GOLD HOUSE RESTAURANT .
Topped with Generous Portion Whipped .
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J' them.. This prevents the zipper Three Beer Sellers Slow' NOTICE TO APPEAR 'once each week for four consecutive has been filed against yon' In the
[ *' getting clogged and then will not QualifyAs In Circuit Court Bradford Co.atT. weeks tn the Bradford County Tele-I above named Court and cause and
> Florida IB Chaaccry.' graph. ; you a.-e required to serve a copy of
work.We CandidatesFor Renewing LicensesSales Betty H. Stratton. Plaintiff. vs. JackS. Dated this 6 day of October. 1J53. your answer or pleading to the
I have had a hot dry autumn.At Stratton.. Defendant. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby complaint on the Plaintiffs

: present it is trying to rain.It of State and County occupational Notice To Appear.To Case No. 10-119 By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Circuit Deputy Court.Clerk Attorney Samuel W. Getzen, P.

clouded about School Posts' and beer licenses in : Jack S. Stratton. whose residence O. Box 81. Gainesville, Florida
up noon and and __ 10/9 4t 10/30 and file the original. in the office of
f. address is: Route 1, Gastonia -
.-:' gave us a shower. I have my garden Bradford County ire lagging North Carolina NOTICE TO APPEAR the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on

all clean and sowed (o rye. The qualifying deadline for the somewhat, as compared with last lint You for are' hereby notified that a In Circuit Court Bradford ronaty or 9 day of November, 1953;

Most of it, has come up as I turn- Nov 3 School Trustee electionwas year's figures, J. R. Kelly, tax Divorce and restoration of Margaret Florida] IB Szegedi Claa arery., Plaintiff, vs. Las- otherwise the allegations of said

the water on the seed after I passed last week with only I collector, has announced. maiden name rio Szegedi.: Defendant.Case Complaint by you. will be taken as confessed -

sowed it. I have my garden all ( Thus far this year, 40 beer has been filed against you In the Ifo. 10-1H This notjce shall ..e publishedonce
the incumbent Trustees above named Court and and Notice
qualifying. cause To .
Wherein the golden Autumn tioneering and such things. But Appear.To each *eek for four consecutive
harvested but turnips, spinachand licenses and 158 occupational you are required to serve a copy vf : Lasilo Siegedi, whose resi- weeks in the Bradford County Tele
days slip: by; I think of you all I God in His own way answers parsnips. :My potatoes'are in licenses have been sold. Last year your answer or < pleading to the dence and address Is: Hajduszobaslo, graph.
So the only names appearing on complaint the Plaintiff'sAttorney
1 on Hajdu Megj-e, .
in Florida with a tear In my eye, prayers. So you can see why the there 53 beer and 230 Hungary.You Dated this 2 day of October 1951.
the cold room and I have onions the will be those were occupational Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark
ballot of O. J.
1 rejoice with your having a good tears in my eyes, for I most certainly licenses sold. Building, Jacksonville. Florida suit for are hereby notified that a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
and to store. I have hind
squash a
Clerk of the Circuit CoUC'tBy
A. L. Green
Phillips Lawtey ,
; and file the original In ,the office
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did not want to die: I Divorce, custody and
anyone control of
governor. The above poem made me thinkof quarter of beef in our deep freezer .Brooker; and L. F. Dinkins. Kelly said that there are still of or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on minor child and other relief Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 1f/9 it Clerk 1030That'8

L -, It Is my joy jn life to find present Governor. I knowhe along with the frozen strawberries Starke. They willserve for another some licenses that have yet to be I 9 day of November 1953; I --
your cherries, spinach, corn renewed and that in -'-
1. At every turning of the road counts all of friends and two years.In beginning otherwise the allegations of said I
you and beans. Let the winter Complaint will be taken as confessed
Whoopee January a penalty will be added
"*,., The strong arm of a comrade feels humble with this great re the Nov. 3 election, in which by you. Our business
let the blow and
kind all come snow only freeholders will be allowed to the purchase price. This notice shall be publishedonce cuss
He will need I
rponsibility. you the wind howl. I shall be snug will Prices of occupational licenses each week for four consecutive If It's Glass We Have It!
tovote voters also be askedto
To help me onward with my to pray for him and back him up. weeks in the Bradford County
and oozy as the squirrels with according to the of CALL WRITE
load; ,;. Anyone can make mistakes, for we vote on a proposed "nine-mill vary type Telegraph. ,1J or VISIT
i plenty stored and a snug warm for school business, and beer licenses sell Dated this 6 day of October, 1953.
.. And since I have no gold to I are all human. It is up to all of house with my good Don. I am special levy The nine-mill operational figure will for ?30. Incorporated cities collect (OFFICIAL SEAL)*Charles A. Darby I, Joe Peters Glass Co.
give. to stand behind him with en- purposes. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
you
must making Christmas gifts, and planning be listed on the ballot, but elec- half the fee of beer licenses By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
And love alone make couragement'and great sympathy. i for' The leaves 10/9 4t 1030In
Holidays. tors may write in different fig- sold within the city limits. \ FOR ANY GRASS NEED
amends. You well know he will do his best -
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all
here are most yellow coming ures, if they wish. The maximum Bradford ,. We Design Modern Store Fronts
Circuit Court. County '
is while I live- to make Florida a good state, to
only I been hearing
My prayer down fast. have -
statute Florida In ChanceryLundry A
special levy permitted by You Just Mail Us A Pattern for
be honest and see that justice are required to appear on
"God make me worthy of my the wild geese over head goIng mills. in McCoy Plaintiff vs. Fannie ,.
is 10 November 23: 1953, the above Table
No. 10134Order
to rich and of any McCoy. Defendant. Case Tops
friends." comes poor south. In fact, I ,hear them named Court and cause wherein .
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And Notice
: l Voters who have become freeholders Of Publication
-Frank Dempster Sherman.I I race, color, or creed. So cheer him now. They are beautiful, etched plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Appear; State of Florida To 318 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353
County Telegraph shall publish this
of andor
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on his way by your help and co payers personal Fannie McCoy, whose residenceand
against the blue sky in a silverV Order in next four weekly issues.
was shocked to hear of the operation. May God bless him in shape. property taxes) since registering Witness my hand and official seal You address are required is: Unknown to appear: on

his task and give him are urged by the supervisorof at Starke, Florida this October 21,
great above
death of your Governor, yet I so November 16, 1953; in the
Here is a Author unknown 1953.
Johns at lastis health Is my prayer. You may wellknw.I poem registration to come in and named Court and cause wherein
rejoice that Charley (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
do not hes- : make the proper notation in the As Clerk of said Court plaintiff seeks divorce.
love Florida. I .
in the governor's mansionin Bradford County Telegraph shall
now DEEP
FREEZE
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk BABY BEEF
tell out here, or I registration books. 'publish this Order in next fuur
Tallahassee. Many years ago itate to anyone "Your task? To build a better Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Bldg., Issues.
weekly
when I first went to Clay Hill to anywhere, how much I love the world", God said.I Jacksonville, Florida. Witness my hand and official seal '

teach I decided that Senator Johns people of Florida. First I found answered "How?" Small Claims Attys. for Plf. 10/23 4t, 11/13 at Starke. Florida, this Oct. 14. 1933.OFFICIAL 'Slaughtered to your order. Pick out the one you like.

was the right man to be Gover- Florida a Godly state. Bibles were This world is such a large, vast AOTICK TO \PPE.UID ( SEAL Clerk) Charles of Said A. DarbyAs Court. (We invite you to visit and inspect the conditions with

nor some day. I nave never heard read in the schools each morning placeSo Court Popular .Florida Circuit In Court Chancery.Bradford Count-, By Marian I.. Crosby Deputy Clerk which your meat is handled.
Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch BuildIng -
one person say that they did not I: found all the small churches comrjjicated now; Eugene Kay Plaintiff, vs. Jacque- Jacksonville, Fla.

like Charley Johns. So in my active. In many states the country And I so small and useless am, DeclaresCounty line Kay, Defendant.Case No. 10-149 Attys. for Pit 10/16 4t 11/6 PRICES VERY REASONABLE

prayers on Monday when I pray churches are standing unused ana There's nothing I can do." Judge Notice To Appear NOTICE TO APPEAR I

for friends I would always say, full of cobwebs. You will find pro- But God in all His wisdom To: and Jacqueline address Kay.is: whose 118-1 224th residence la Circuit Court Bradford County, l SANTE FE STOCK FARM

"God if' it is Thy will Make Char- tress and wide awake men in said Judge T. A. Yawn, who Street. Cambria Heights Long Is- Florida M.la Rosado.Chancery.Leonides Plaintiff. vs.

Florida. The Editor of this paper also acts as justice of the small land. New York.
ley Johns Governor of Florida. "Just build a better You. Jennie Rosado Defendant.
I I Phone
Keystone 3571
You are hereby notified that a Heights or P 0. Starke, Fla.
I had in mind long days of elec- is one, and Pastor Robert Grayof claims court, reports quite a bit of suit for divo-ce I Case No. 10-120

Hampton. Your own Govern Do any of you farm wives bake activity in that court since the has been filed against you in the Notice To Appears .
To1 Jennie Rosado whose residence : :_ -.:-: >> :_-"-'...- : --.'. --,. ---:_ -:: ,: -' ,
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and I could po on down the line yeast bread? It is quite common first of the year. He said that the to cause of and address is: Mt. Keep. Glen
you are required serve a copy
So when I read of new industrynear out here and people do enjoy first of the year brought a delugeof your answer or pleading to the complaint Gardner, New Jersey. / -
COLONIALFLORIST Starke. I rejoice. God is homemade bread. I bajce rolls claims into the court and that : on the Plaintiff Attorney You are hereby notified that' a
for
suit
T. Frank Landrum, Starke, ,
with you, I know. and whole wheat bread all the there was no slack period until Florida Divorcehas

I.time. Mv Don loves it, and his about the middle of the year. Then and file the original in the officeof been filed against you in the .4 MOVINGLOCAL
So many nice letters and cards I the Clerk of the Circuit Courton above named Court and cause and
from Florida. Lela Mae Carter, white cake. business picked up again in Sep- or before the 23 day of November, you are required to serve a copy of
all. I will be 1953 otherwise the allegations of your answer or pleading to the complaint _
Hazel Griffis. Dr. God bless( you tember, and the small claims court on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Daisy Lang
said will be taken
Complaint as con
Brinson's widow, Marie Brinson thinking of each of you.LOVE I is still busy. fessed by you. Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark Building, S Safe I PHONE
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FLOWERSFor How I love them all and know LURA Since Jan. 6, according to Judge (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 21 day) Charles of October.A. Darby 1953. and Jacksonville file the original Florida In the offloe ol OR S Dependable

how lovely the woods are at Clay Yawn, 244 cases have been handledin Clerk of the Circuit Court the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or LONGDISTANCE Economical'R. 311
before 9 of November, 1953
All Occasions the day ;
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
leavesmixed the small claims court. Of these
with th colored
Hill now, IrriTlt of Bradford otherwise the allegations of said
l. The if Court 10/23 4t 11/13 .
with the green pine and County Florida. IB Chancery cases, 100 have been closed out Complaint will be taken as confessed B. Alvarez OR
by you
PHONE 218 palmettoes. Yes, Florida to me is Case No. 10-135 completely; 57 are pending; and NOTICE 10 AFPEIR This notice shall be published Agents For TRANSFER AND

a kind of heaven and when I retire D. E. KNIGHT and N. L. KXTOHT 87 are in the process of being In Florida Circuit IB Court.Chancery'Bradford' County Deicher Bros. 250-1
his wife. Plaintiffs. vs. Dr. IDA J. STORAGE CO.
I hope to live at my beloved HEIBERGER. et aI, Defendants. settled with the defendants pay- Pauline l.. Wise Plaintiff, vs. 4 _ _

( Clay Hill and watch my former Order Of Publication And Notice ToApp.al" I ing off the plaintiffs on a time Gordon L. Wise, Defendant.Case No. 10-141 '

school children rear their fami- basis.A Notice To Appeart ATTENTIONIf
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. To: To: Gordon L. \Wise whose residence I STORAGEPerryman
C. Heiber- act of 1951
Dr. Ida J. Heiberger. R. special legislative and address is: c/o J. D.
DISH lies.HELPFUL ger, J. Charles Richard, Mary S. established the small claims courtin Parker, 2944 Macon Avenue Brunswick -
GARDENS
HINTS: If your Simmons' Frank W. Simmons, Sidney Georgia.You You Have
clothes closet is dark, keep a F. Hansford. Sallie J. S. Dun- Bradford County. A previousact are hereby notified that a Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florifla
POTrERY makea can, Sophia G. Saunders. Sarah Jane had authorized small claims suit for
flashlight handy. When you Saunders. Jesse N. Jones, Mrs. Jesse Divorce and restoration of TIMBER TO SELL
dress be sure all braid and N. Jones whose Christian name courts in all Florida counties with maiden name d _
POTTED PLANTS is1 unknown plaintiffs, John D. the establishment of such courts has been filed
thread Is. wash proof, even the against you In the PINE OR CYPRESS
t Nathaniel David Jones,
McKinley.
above named Court and cause and TsntrsflSSSSSrsssssss
buttons. Then have a gar- Mrs. Jane Alvarez and Drury Reddish optional with thecounty.The
Flowers WiredAnywhere you you are required to serve a copy of $
ment to wear a long time and be if alive and the unknown general purpose of the small your answer or pleading to the Large or Small Tracts UP
spouse of each of them, if alive, complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney
claims court is for small
washable. Wet your knife before and if any of them be dead. to the settling Evan T. Evans. 103
cutting hard boiled and the unknown spouse heirs. devisees claims under $200 and, thus, eliminating Law Exchange Building. Jacksonville 'We Buy All
Nona St. Starke egg grantees. legatees, assignees, credi- the more expensive litigation Florida TOl
yolk won't crumble. Close the zip- tors and other claimants by. and file the original in the office of PRICES
through. under or against each and of a civil suit. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on PAY TOP
per on garments before you wash every of the above named persona Judge Yawn said the majority of or before the
23 day of November. 1953: e
] cases handled in his court involved otherwise the allegations of Bali ____ %._
I claims of less than $50. The smallest Complaint will t e. taken as confesssd Write or Call pw
by you.
I claim to come to the attpntionof This notice shall be publishedonce CONFIDENTIALPrompt

the judge was one for> 97 cents. each week for four consecutive
weeks graph. in the Bradford County Tele B.T.THOMASLUMBER sssrrtflsrrrSSSflSSfl

Dated this 16 day of October, 1953.: Service
SEAL Charles barD -- Friendly
(OFFICIAL ) A. )
deceased to The Land
who are ; Clerk of the Circuit Court CO.
Mortgage Bank of Florida Ltd., of pspflflsspssflsp=ssssssssss=ss sss5sstflsssrSTARKE
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
England, and all persons Interestedin 10/23 4t 11/13 PHONE 211JP.

IT IS UNLAWFUL land such Company organization.(Incorporated Thurber) ef Why-the NOTICE TO APPEIRla 0. Box 735 LOAN & FINANCE CO.

City of New York, a corporation, aid Circuit Court Bradford County STARKE FLA. ,
,
If dissolved all persons Interestedin Florida In Chancery.Thomas .
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1. such organization; and to all persons Elton Forde, Plaintiff, VS. Phone 160 In Canova Drug Store
haviig or claiming any Interest :Mary Forde, Defendaat. p
in the following described lands Case No. 10-122
situate in Bradford' County County Notice To Appear
Florida, to-wit: To: Mary Forde, whose residenceand
Lots A, B. C and D of Block 2 address is: 1065 Pacific Street,
in of Wynn's Addition to Starke as Brooklyn, New York. .
For : Person Persons !
to Engage
Now
Any or per plat recorded in Deed BookE Your are hereby notified that a on Display
at page 171 of the public records suit for Divorce
of Bradford County Florida has been filed against you in the
; also described as: Beginning above named Court and cause and
at an iron stake set at the inter- you are required to serve a copy of
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless section of the Southerly line of your answer or pleading to the complaint -
Madison Street with the Easterly on the Plaintiff AttorneyT.
line of Orange Street, in the Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. NowMDODGF1
City of Starke. Florida thencerun and file the original in the office or
: South 72 degrees 3 minutes the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Flegalit
; The Name East and along the South line ofMadison'Street or before the 9 day of November,
Registered -
fora distance of 1953; otherwise the allegations of
119.10 feet to a concrete monument said Complaint will be taken as con-
thence run South 24 degrees fessed by you.
20 minutes West for a dis- This notice shall be publishedonce
tance of 210 feet thence run each week for foui consecutive
e. North 72 degrees 3 minutes West weeks in the Bradford County Tele.
,' for a distance of 21.15 feet to graph. The Dodge with mow than ever befow t.
e" an iron stake. thence run North 1 Dated this 1 day of October, 1953.
degree SO minutes West, being (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
I along the Easterly line of Orange Clerk of the Circuit Court.
: Street for a distance of 220.76 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. .::::0-
Read This Florida taw feet to an iron stake at said point 10/9 4t 10/30 +!;, .' .
., of beginning; I rrnr.JrDID %, _

You and each of you are hereby
XOTICtS TO APPEARIn
notified that a Pill of Complainthas Circuit Court Bradford CooBtj'
"It shall be unlawful for defined herein to
any person or persons, as been filed in the Circuit Courtof Florida la ChaaeeryeJulia
Bradford County Florida in Koftyal, Plaintiff, vs. Frank
in business herein under fictitious herein defined
defined
engage as a name as Chancery, by D. E. Knight and N. L. Koktyal Defendant.

Knight, his wife, as plaintiffs, and Case No. 10-121 .
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the -
against you and each of you as defendants \..tlcc To Appear.To .
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis ; that the nature of said : Frank Kostyal, whose residence .
suit is to quiet and confirm the title and address is: 3051 82nd St., I -
with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit of plaintiffs to the above described' Jackson Heights, New York. .
lands as a fee simple title; and you You are hereby notified that a ;
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of are required to appear and serve a suit for Divorce '
I copy of your answer or pleading on has been filed against you in the
all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the in- plaintiff's attorney, Hollis V. above named Court and cause and I
Knight whose address is Stance.: you are required to serve a copy o'
terest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. Florida. and to file the crsmal: of your answer or1 pleading to tht
your answer or pleading in the office complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney I
Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto of the undersigned Clerk of T. Frank Landrum,
Circuit Court en December 7, 1953; Starke, Florida _
engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or otherwise the allegations of said and file the original In the officeof lOYAL V-t rOUt DOOR SEDAN
Complaint will be taken as confessed the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
their intention to register'said fictitious name at least once a week for four by you. or before the *
9th day of November, 1953;

(4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county this IT Order IS FURTHER of Publication ORDERED: and Noticebe that otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken: as of con-said More to U MOTTQ in it Mow ofit I J JNewl

where, registration is to be made, and registration' shall not be week forthwith for four published successive once weeks each In fessed This by notice you.shall be published _____

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of Bradford County Telegraph. a duly once each week for four consecutive "Color Harmony" Interior
qualifiednewspaper published in weeks In the Bradford County Tele. with Exquisite Jacquard Fabrics '
such publication. said County. graph. A* tasteful and colorful at own home! '
WITNESS my hand and official Dated this 6th day of October, your
seal at Starke. Bradford .
County. 1953.
New! PowerFlite Drive!
Florida! this October 15, 1953. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Fully-Automatic -
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If (OFFICIAL SEAL) Clerk of the Circuit Court. Newest,smoothest, most powerful of all automatic transmission!
you are engaged in business under name /CHARLES A. DARBT By MarLin L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
any ,CIer of Circuit Court of Bradford 10/9 4t 10/30 i New! Dodge Full-Tim Power Steering!
County Florida. Tale the work out of driving-leaves all the pleasure inl! _
10/18 .4t 11/6 -
New Stepped-up 150-hp Red Ram V-8 Engine! a'

other than own and have not had this IB Circuit Court Bradford *C.mmtj NOTICE TO APPEAR. Most efficient engine in any American car _
your name .-.....a. I.. ....._r'. !. Circuit Court Bradford CoH.tr,
Mamie K. Steed Plaintiff vs. GreenA. Florida In Chancery. Newl Dodge Airtemp,Air Conditioning; .
Steed Defendant. George T. 1088. Plaintiff vs. Martha / _
Tale the1 heat and humidity-oat of the stickiest day! / 4
Case No. 10-14 P. Moss, Defendant.Case.
advertised and will be Order Of P.ltU..tJ.ad .tk-e T. No. 10-111
properly registered New!
we Appears State Of Florida Tot Notice To Appears Sweeping Style Distinctive Beautyl!
Green A. Steed chose residence To: Martha P. Moss whose residence Longer from bumper to bumper-headlamp to tail light!
and address is: Unknown. and address is: Raleigh,

all Information North You Carolina.are Hereby notified/ that a New '54 DODGE V.8 Speofcrtoni and .tufcjad to dtangi without notica.
glad to give to suit for tqvipmtrf pr K
you necessary as
YOU NEED THIS' Divorce Shatters 196 AAA Records! .
has been filed against yon In the
la official A 4 A performance triala on .

what should do.BRADFORD Help lr CoughWhen your you above are answer named required or Court pleading to serve and to cause a the copy complaint and of- (proved tho Boo.oo.UI the lamina Salt, endurance Flat. Dodge and DEPENDABLE 0 0 0 0'E

you on the Plaintiffs Attorney nimbleneu that make it"The ActionCarforActiteAi New'54
Lloyd Bass 302 Clark Building, __..." ,
colds, measles or flu leave yea Jacksonville Florida
with a cough get Creomukioa quick and file the original in the office of
because it soothes raw throat and 1 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
'before the 9 day of November, 1J5J;
COUNTY TELEGRAPHPHONE chest membranes, loosens and helps otherwise the allegations of said NOW 3 GREAT SERIES ROYAL: V-8 COROXET "-8 AND 6, 3IEADOWBROOK AND 6
expel germy phlegm mildly relaxes I Complaint will be taken as confessed -
systemic tension and aids nature fight by you
the cause of irritation. you'll like its This notice shall be published
29 4, results better than other medicin. or I I once each week for four consecutive HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
druggist refunds your money. No graph. I

I'' narcotics. Pleasant to take.CREOMUL'SION. Dated this C day of October, 195S.;
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court. PHONE 69 600 TEMPLE: AVE. STARKE FLA :
'I I By Marian I.. Crosby Deputy Clerk ,
I relieves Coughs, Ckcst Crtds, Acute Broackitii 10/9 4t 10/30

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