I Circle 3 met with Mrs. I. P. i ....WARNERCOLORGUYMADBOH
Shepherd, with Mrs. Annie Darbyas Met Tuesday EveningCircle '
co-hostess. Leader Mrs. J. W. I 1 of the Presbyterian WUMTKK
Andrews opened the meeting witha .. -.vsstLti c,6lswa0wtw'ts
Women of the Church met Tues-
reading from "The Upper Room",
day evening at the home of Mrs. USED
followed by for sick church
Herbert Green with nine members Plus "Homesteader Droop Cartoon -
members. present. FRIDAY and SUNDAY j ASSPlus and Latent World News

FLATS AND WEDGESWere After the business session, Mrs.A. .
Mrs. Lonnie Fulwood presidedover From 2 P.M. Til Open Sunday From 2 P.M.
Wood, read a letter from a mis-
Now sionary in Columbia, who told of the short business meeting in E. L. MCKNIGHT
the absence of Mrs. David Mont-

1 2.98 4.99 home distribution in Quito of, Ecuador.gospels in every gomery, chairman. Mrs. R. G. PELICAN CLUBHighway
Watch This Paper For
Paterson had charge of the
Miss Kate pro-
Struth gave the devotional -
I topic, "Independence Day gram. I 16 3 Miles East of Starke "Cat Came Back" Cartoon At This Theatre
with Thanksgiving," closing with Refreshments were served by : and Latest World News

3.98 1.99 prayer. Refreshments were servedto the hostess during the social I -, '. .' .- -
the 12 guests present. hour. I: -J -= :::- ,:-.: < _- _. =' -_ _-__' ..-_-_'M._-_.__.-_ __- _._ --

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Circle 2 met with Mrs. Claude

Red While 4.98-5.98 ,About 200 Members I Crowson Tuesday evening with

3.99 |IOf Alderman Family five members present. -f-fet-M RooF
Multis -+hotOF' -
'Attend Reunion Mrs. John Mixon, chairman, pre- .
sided over the short business

I meeting. The bible study was given -
The southern branch of the
ALL OF OUR j by Mrs. E. M. Davis and dealt
Alderman family held its annual
I reunion Sunday, July 11, at the. with the "First Missionary Jour-
ney of Paul".
]home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alder- PORD MOlE
The hostess served refreshments ERS
man at Hampton. About 200 members -
Now I I of the family, from various during the social hour.PiNE1ALLEY ,

southern states took this occasion -
to renew family ties and

.99 talk over old times. Practicallyevery An old-time gospel revival will

southern state was repre- be held at the Pine Valley Congre- 1N 1

sented; the most distant being St. gational, Holiness Church begin-

Charles, Missouri, an! Raleigh, N. ning Sunday night. The church is i

C. I located three miles north of

At the noon hour, after a hymn Starke on U. S. 301 at the rear "IILOW..

5.95 and 6.95 by the group, and a prayer by J. of the Bradford Furniture Corp. NIiN "KID" ,IIClDUI' l1K0 cap i
n (
E. McCormick Sr., of Glen St. The revival meetings will be held 1 FAIL UI

Values Mary's, a picnic dinner includingsome every night at 7:30 P./ m., and BODY fEATURES YES NO NO

exotic Spanish and Creole everyone is cordially invited. YES YES to&O NO

XTRA SPECIALALL dishes, was spread on the lawn of 9.40 sq.In. or 11\0I" YES YES NO NO
1 NO
the Alderman home. CALL FOR BIDS Wlndthl.\d\. g bas ores afro-918 sq.in. or mort YES YES YES NO NO

: At the business session in the Sealed bids will bf .ie< rived by window gbss in. or more YES YES
Rear 3200 sq. NO
-j the City Council "of the City of YES NO
Robinette Shoes ,afternoon T. J. Alderman, of Starkc at the 'I'uv: Hall in Starke, Totol glo" orto-fender riWbb by dnver YES YES YES NO NORight .

Hampton I was again elected president -_ .' ._- front on "lndows+ YES YES NO J
of the annual reunion, whileG. \ -. --- ..- ---- WindoW nfts oroibble O \ YES YES YES
oot YES
.r $ NO
P. Alderman, of Lake City, was tow'W0y PpW dedtfd:ing( YES YES YES YES
continued as secretary. William : Turnkey d I s YES YES NO

Alderman Parker, of Raleigh, was D IC aN.lds-stan do r donollma lotion YES YES
2e99 _- window rolll 1nsu
5.95 ValuesSize unanimously elected historian. He STARKE THEATB., FLA.\\ front vent t
vas already done much research on

AA-B the family genealogy and a large FEATURES No NO

part of the "History of the Alder- Fri., Sat.-July 16, 17 CHASSIS YES NO Yo NO YES

man Family in America" is now f 8011-lou+t front Suspension YES YES NO NO
in manuscript form. The author DOUBLE FEATURE Full twtchkiiS Drive YESinOutomoM YES NO

One Group Childrens SandalsSize hopes the to next complete year. this work within My Pal Trigger Three Of' more forward tron""ission spe.ds YES YES NO NO NO

During the afternoon Parker I With Roy Rogers and Dale Evans shift on alAa"otlc\ YES NO NO
con tro\l.\ ;; (Drive rangeYES YES YES
AndThose ,I.rotor mph NO
gave the group a resume of the ro ring YES
Size 49 achievements and activities of the Redheads -transmission up Riveted broke YES .YES YES NOdIohome YES
!various groups of the Alderman spy\ mounte YES YES NO
From SeattleRhonda duo lnae
Little absorbers or YES
1 family since 1630, when John Rwr sho& -53 YES
To Young Alderman came from England and Fleming, Teresa Brewer Rear t.ering g fink o ge 1

established himself in Salem Mass. Plus Serial "Gunfighters of North-

Ladies 3 The lineage of this distinguishedfamily West" Chap. No. 2 and Cartoon Add ENGINEsPrporoiletogrom FEAtURES YES No : No NOY

has been traced back to I offered YES NO 1
when Jordon Alderman of Sun. 8 YES YES
1180 i Mon. and Tues. joke) NO
London was a party to the transfer < (bore larger thon YES YES NO NO

HOOD SANDALS FOR of real estate to the Holy July 18, 19 20 U P the tow-fridion design Overhead.rdr engine deSign less YES YES NO YES YES NO I

CHILDRENSize Trinity Church. Another forebear, DOUBLE FEATURE h1,500 ft.r mow or YES YES 1O.S IOm
Simon Alderman, was high sheriffof speed at 6 p Graders for full lengd' g1sN ju[ "iENI6N
Piston d C't till
London in 1190, while still The Golden all orOUtl Li1C
BladeRock Water
4- 8 Value 2.45 core fOlD % l4 3
1.49 another was lord mayor of London Hudson and Piper Laurie SCORE 2 a
in 1261. 22

Size 8y2-12 J.99 Value 2.98 Plans are already underway for -AndCripple rrt" +

the 1955 Alderman reunion which 7' y ,-
will again be held at the home of CreekWith .

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman of George
Hampton on the second SunJay in Pins Color Cartoon for Kids

3.95 and Now 2'99 I July.Recent BirthsThe Wed DOUBLE, Thur.-FEATURE July 21, 22 and You I I Go _

4.50 Value
following births have been

announced by the Starke Maternity East Of SumatraWith fee geffTPFAL'I .
Come in and see the many other items that are on Hospital: Jeff Chandler 4c 1fX/4YJ11f/,

SALE. Such as Ladies Handbags, liens, Boys and I Mr and Mrs. Olin W. WhiteJr. .

Girls Swim Suits, Ladies and Girls Shorts and Pedal ., of Starke, a son, Michael -And-

Pushers, Ladies Skirts and Blouses and Childrens Stephen born July 11. The Bandits

Dresses. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kines of Andrews Motor Co.

Starke a daughter. Nancy Ann Of Corisca
We haye Just received a Big Shipment of BOY I born 12. :
July Richard
DUNGAREES so Shop Now For Back To School and D Paula Raymond I
Mr. and Mrs. James Levon Andrews Plus Color Cartoon for Kids


..Joe, born July 13. .

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FR )..\Y. JfLY 16, 1934 FACE FIVX

_r JJ-i-J-_ _rJ-l-f, ,_ Mrs. Joe Gumber and Son. Mrs. Carl Hunter and children, Lemore, "-. M. Montgomery. Mrs. !da excepting therefrom road tion as plaintiff and against you I i Ii legations of said complaint will betaken

Tommy returned home Tuesday Sonia and Theron, and Mrs. Hunt- Emma Mitchell and as Lazarus Trustee Mobr whose individually ';las of-way described through in Deed said dated E'i of. right-//and the nature each.of of you said as! defendants suit is to ;quiet that IT IS as FURTHER confessed ORDERED by you. that

after three month's visit with er's brother, Jack Clardy, of last known address was (Chatham 1924, recorded in Deed Book and confirm the title of plaintiff.I'I this order of Publication and Noticebe

relatives in Cleveland, Ohio. Apopke, spent July 4 to 7 in Atlanta Wm.County.H. Georgia Martin Jr.Albert, George E. Miller W., |!ford Page County 21, Public, Florida.Records of 60'1 Canal above Timber described Corporation.lands as to a the fee week forthwith for four published sucessive once weeks each in

Mr. and Mrs. P. Major Fred :Milton The unknown i Lot 42, Woodlawn "
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Robinsonof visiting Section simple title: and YOU are required jBradfoicf Count Telegraph a dimlyqualified
heirs, deviseeslegatees... grantees, Township 5 :South: Range 22 Ea
Ala. A. Clardy. 17'1 to appear and serve a ropy of your newspaper published III
Anniston are spendingthis
creditors and other claimants by [lie acres, more or less! ; Also Lot answer or pleading on Plamt'iffsattorney '!said Countv.WITXKSs.'.
cIN week with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. L. Lawson and daughters through under or against Levi X. j'Woodlawn Section 18, Township A. J. Thomas. Jr. whoseaddres ;. niv hand and "(1"1..1
c THE NEWS Norris, deceased Samuel Parks. A. J.5 South Ilange 22 East, 10
acres. .
iStarke Florida .
Charles Oakes. Pamela and Sally, and Mrs. J. Powers, T. W. Puts. also knownas i more or less. I file the and to seal at Staike. Bradford Countv
ongmal ofcur
I answer or this Jul litli. 1954
--J--J-l-- .a-j-rr.. Rev. W. S. McAliley and O. E. Ewell Lawson and son, Jimmy, Thos. W. Pitts. M. V. nale). Eli- |I Lots 54, 59 in Woodlawn in Section pleading in the office. of the uud..r.sign..d Florida OFFICIAL SEALl> ) Charles A. 1H'Y
motored to Auburndale Tuesdayto zabeth Reed James A. Sherman 17, Township 5 South. Range Clerk ,'f Circuit Court of BiadfoidOouutv
I on Coait
Stansbury attended the Suwannee whose last known Clerk of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. of r J. E. Mundorf is address wasKeene 22 East containing %20-acres more August Hi, 1< 54.; nth"l wise the al. '. 7 U-41- b
Spencer Florida
spending se'eral Presbytery Tuesday in the River- get David and Marvin Lawson New Hampshire Frank A. or less. I

Orlando spent the weekend with weeks with relatives in St.1|side Jack- who spent the past week there :Stallard: Max Stern individuallyand Lots 30, 31 Section 19, Town- .JIIfI _
Presbyterian Church as trustee, Mary Silva Joseph hiD .5 South. It a nee *! East -
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their son-in-law and daughter Petersburg. |I sonville. visiting their cousins.Mr. R Stukel. I., A. :Shattonch.: Augusta Woodlawn.The I

Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, MISS I and Mrs. Warren fiummerton, Isaac V. Smith. G. t.:. East 520! feet of Northwest I
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martin and Dewey
Snyder. :M. Squires. The unknown Quarter of Northwest Quarter of MOST EVERYBODY LIKES TO
Mrs. R. C. Dampier and Annie Darby and Mrs. C. C. Men-
son, daughter, June, of Fort McCoy and family spent Sunday at Silver heirs, devisees legatees grantees Northeast Quarter Section 24.
Billy, and Mrs. J. p. Griffia and doza and daughter, Miss Gloria Springs.Mrs. reditors and other claimants by Township .5 ::South Range 22 East I
weekend of Mr. and
were guests through. under or Ola The. ,
against containing 8-acres, more or less
children and houseguests, Mary Johns of Jacksonville left Thurs- Mrs. R. F. Young.Mr. Louise Bell of Jacksonville de, deceased. The unknown heirs, ,excepting therefrom road righi-of- DO BUSINESS WITH

Lou and Beth Seigler of :Miami, day for two weeks vacation in and Mrs. L. H. Gibson returned was the guest of Mr. and devisees legatees grantees creditors I way described in Deed dated october '!
and other claimants by, 15, 1953, and recorded DeedBook
in I
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zeig- Fontana Village, N. C. home Sunday after two and ;Mrs. Riley Wasdin on Monday and i through. under or against J. E. Terry -I 74 Page 409 Public' Records ..f

ler in Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. Carrie Ritch is spendingtwo half weeks vacation with 'I took her daughter. Gloria home I also known as Julia E. Terry andT. Bradford County. Florida. I
a spent
I J. Terry, her husband, Erun B. ] Southwest Quarter of Southwest ,
: Mae. Jones weeks with Dr. and Mrs. ,
Mrs. T.
Fannie who had the two weeks '
and spent past
Mr. Gibson's parents. Mr. I I Whitney whose last known address Quarter Northwest Quarter. Sev-
Wood and Mrs. W Q. Dowling of G. Ritch at Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Paul H. Gibson in Elsberry, i I with her uncle and aunt, the Riley was :Somerville: Mass., John If. Williams \ ition 26, Township 5 South. flange TORODEChevrolet
and wife Hose Lewis Williams -:
'' .22 East. .
, Jacksonville were guests last week Mrs. Steve Weldon is getting Mo. who celebrated their 50th 'I Wasdins. Harxey L. White. James L. I j--Southeast Quarter of Southeast

of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletonat along nicely following a hernia wedding anniversary on June 29 Penny Hollingsworth entertained Ward.. William tVhilehead also I Quarter of Northeast Quarter. I'I'I
known as W. H. Whitehead and W.M. [:Southeast: Quarter of Northeast ,
Cedar Key operation in St. Vincent's hospitallast and also with Mrs. Gibson's parents at a pal ty Thursday evening. July Orerstreet if alive and the unknown II(Quarter of Northeast Quartet, ,

:Mr. and Mrs. R.'J. Andrews and week. Her family Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Peter- I 1, for her nephew, Jimmy Hollings spouse of each of them if I North Half of Northeast Quarter of I

daughter of Orange Park were Mrs. M. C. Patrick of Sneeds and worth of Thomson Ga., who was alive, and if any of them be dead 'Southeast Quarter of Northeast
son in Macomb, Ill. : to the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees Quarter; :Section: 27. Township i | Co.HIGH
Sunday guests of :Mr. and Mrs. R. ,Pvt. Billy Weldon of Fort Bragg. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Firth of 'visiting the F. C. Hollingsworths. grantees, legatees, assignees "J South, Range 22 East
creditors and other claimants, by, I South Half of Northeast Quartet ,
O. Dansby.Mr. N. C. were home for the weekend I Mrs. Dave Paulk and
week- Mr. and
Ann Arbor, Mich. spent last through. under or against each and of Southeast Quarter of Northeast
and Mrs. F. B. Beard, Jr. ,and visited Mrs. Weldon in the end with Mr. and Mrs. Robert [daughters. Faye and Sylvia, were. every of the above named persons [Quarter, Section 27, Township 5 |
I who are deceased; to the Chicago I South, Range 22 East, containing i
of Sanford are spending this week I,hospital.Mrs. Firth enroute to Miami and will I visiting, Mr. and Mrs. John Florida AsM>ciation. Chicago Title ;5 acres more or less. .

with the senior Beards at Kings- W. J. Chandler is visiting again stop by this weekend en- ''in Woodbine Ga., on Sunday. 'and Trust Company A. Earstein :Southwest: Quarter of Southeast ;
I Sons J. It. Faulk & Company Pal- I of Northeast Section "-
home Quarter Quartrt. | A\
Lake. i
ley Mrs. Trawick returned Open
Mr. and H. B. Montgomery Donna .
J, route home. mer Brothers Earstein and Leah- :27! Township 5 South Itangtr ,
Mrs. Nancy Gunter and daughter in Griffin, Ga. I: ALL STRAW HATS One-third 1! Sunday after spending three weeks man. Kisser and :Stearns.: Mosher 1 % East containing 10 acres, more i; TRADESOR Q 1)
Mrs. Jane Hrothe-rs)1. Ferst & Company or less. ; 1
Carol of Miami
have spent Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gill entertained off ALVAREZ'. with her grandmother Lippman Druthers. E. J. Acosta I Southwest Quarter of Northwest ,

the past week with Mr. and :Mrs. at a family reunion July Anderson in Tampa. Mrs. Anderson whose last known addresses was Quarter of Northeast Quartet. Sec-j i EveningsSTRAIGHT
Mrs. 0. and -
Robbie Shaller. Jerry Gay daugh- Donna home and Savannah Georgia. Woodlawn Syndicate I turn 27, Township 5 :South.: Range ,
4 at their home at Camp Blanding.A I jter.. Nancy are spending from Wednesday brought Atlantic Lumber Company, 22 East containing 10 acres, more '
Stevie Broadway is visiting picnic lunch, swimming and I (spent three days with the Jack Bradford County Punk The Baptist or less. '
in Gainesville Till
to Sunday P.M.
Home. Florida Land and Immigration I North one-Quarter of Northwest
friends in this week.
Tampa boating were enjoyed by the 25 I visiting Mrs. O. C. Gay. |Trawick family. I Company of Florida Gross ,Quarter of Northwest Quarter i
Edward Burns entered St. Vin- Manufacturing Company. Jacksonville Section 35, Township 5
members of the
family includingthe Mrs. C. J. Schaffer is I
cent's hospital Tuesday for obser- I a patient I SOTICE TO .ErF.ARI. Provision Company McNery I I Range :22 East (excepting soutll'l
following out-of-town members in St. Luke's hospital.Mrs. ClrraU C..rt. BrmdUri C..tT,1 Grocery Company Raley-Hamby; j I from the right-of-way of S.\L. R> j I
vation. : Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dowlingand I Florida In Cfcmnrery- I Company and J, L. harvey Realty :,and the road right -of-way described j
R. F. Prather and WayneGreen.
Mrs. Sam Anderson and guests, daughter. In RE: .Adoption of Company and their unknown sue- I j in Deed dated April 15, 1925,1
daughter, Shirley of High Sandra, of Jennings, La., are a minor, by Thomas L. Sapp lessors, trustees, stockholders and j recorded in Deed Book J9, Page
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnston of Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Han- and Cora L. Sapp his wife other claimants by through or under 477 Public Records of Bradford
spending the month of July with Case No. JO9".tl..e :; 1
Atlanta spent the weekend at St. I them; and to all other persons County, Florida; in Deed dated June
sen of Orlando )[r. and Mrs. W. K. Mr. and.Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. To Appears < laiming any right title, lien or interest 11, 1937, recorded in Deed Book
Augustine Beach. Wilder of Pine Castle, Mr. and i To: Marvin U Green whose residence Box- in or to the following described 4%. Page 68. said Public Records I GOING TO THE
I and address j i-: P. O- property situate in i and in Deed dated October 23, 1933,
ALL STRAW HATS One-third Mrs. C. G. Prescott of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez'66. JatkMin, MichiganYou I ford County, Florida, to-wit: Brad-I'recorded in Deed Book 41. Page 164, I

off ALVAREZ'. Mrs. J. F. Robb and daugh- spent the weekend in Tampa visiting are hereby notified that a AND ALL PERSONS HAVING OH !1 said Public Records) said land lying
uit fnr CLAIMING \ INTEREST IN THE'and being West of S.A.L. R}. track
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Teston of I ter, Linda and son Johnny of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gonzalez Adoptionnas FOLLOWIN LANDS: I and containing about 8-aues, more I BIGGEST BUYIN

Jacksonville were weekend guestsof !I Charlotte N. C. and Mrs. R. F. I who celebrated their first wedding i been filed against and you cause in and the Lot 64 in Woodlawn in Section'or lets. I
I : abo\'t": named Court 10 Township 5 South, Range :22!:! {I
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andrews. I I Prather and daughter Sandra of[anniversary at a dinner party Sat- i you are required to serve a copy to the of East a.. same is platted in Public j I Section West 16.Half Township of Southwest 7 South.Quarter Range I

. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Love and Jennings La. 1 your answer or pleading ', Record of Bradford County, Flori ,
urday evening. Also attending the complaint on the Plaintiff 22 East containing 80.44 acres more
of Brookhaven Miss and Attorney... J, Thomas. da. or less and lying and being in the TOWN
family Mr. Mrs. Wilson of Ark-
and Merrill Edwards were C. C.
party Florida Lois :35. :16, :37 and 38, in Section I County of L"radford, State of Florida,
Mrs. H. C. Scroggins of Ocala have had as guests, Miss June ansas, Gerald Adams of Lennott, file the original in the office of 11, Township S South. Han e 22:! Eat, I EXCEPT title to an undivided

were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Jeffries of Fairbanks from last Ala., and Miss Norma Gonzalez of'land Clerk of the Circuit Court onLr according Records to plat of Woodlawn Bradford County, Public 'three-fourths and metals of all and phosphate title to minerals an

. Young Monday and Tuesday. Thursday to Saturday; Misses Tampa.Mr. I 1 before.It day the of August. 19j4.: ; Florida ei'-ept easement and ri?ht- undivided one-half of all petroleum

Rev. .and Mrs. W. S. McAliley ,Barbara and Judith Ray of Jacksonville : and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visited i otherwise the all ', ;atlon8 of eal' of-way as ,df''ri'wo,1 in Deed Jited that may be in, on, or under the' I
recorded InDeed
X 1927. and
- I I Comolaint will h taken as eost CII. February above described land, with the privilege -
had as weekend guests, Mrs. McI IAliley' all this week and Miss Mr. Doyle's mother, Mrs. AnnieL. d by Book 42, Page 20 of the Pub- to mine and develop the same,
brother and sister-in-law Jeffries in Green Cove This roUe notice shall be publishedonce H,' TtecorJs of Bradford Coun'y. reserved in the Board of Educationof
i Betty of Fairbanks Tues- Doyle Springs I $
each week for four consecutivE Florida. the State of }Florida and their
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ivey of I day to Friday. on Sunday who was celebratingher i! weeks In the Bedford County Tele- I I"tsjj; ; and ;56, lying Cast of j successors. ONLY DOWNA

Dothan. AlL who are spending i, 77th birthday anniversary. ,, graph. I State Road No. 200 in :Section: 1%. !1' Northwest Quarter of NortheastQuarter }196
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd Sr. U54.
!! Dated this 9 day of July, i Township :5 South, Range 22 East, and Northeast Quarter of
their honeymoon in Florida.Mr. I,of Burant. Miss. and Mrs. Hugh Mrs. J. F. Robb and children :' (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. uaroj c( ntaining_19 .acres more or less. !''Northwest Quarter and Northwest
and Mrs. Vie Frees and of Charlotte, N. C., have returned I Clerk of the Circuit Court Lot 53, ..4. ;,9, 60 and N'.: of Lots Quarter of Northwest Quarter East
T. Mitchell and children of Brook- 1 Clerk
L. Crosby. Deputy State Rood No. %00. and that
By Marian J7 and 58 in Woodlawn and containing I lot
family spent Sunday at Jacksonville !haven Miss. are spending this to their home after two weeks I i i i.16-4t-S//(6 I :JO; acres more or less portion of southeast Quarter ofjNorthwest

Beach visiting Mrs. Frees' I week with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. visit with Mrs. Fay Gill and Mr. -AI'I'E.'RClrtall said property lying in Section 12:!, ; Quarter l lying West of
NOTICE TO Seaboard Airline Railway Set-
:5 22 I'a..t-
i Township Sown Range
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Dodd, Jr. The Dodds and their and Mrs. J. D. Doyle. la Court. Bradford Com.ty. Iiadford County, Florida except |tion 12, Township 5 South. Range New 1954 Chevrolet 6-Passenger Sedan
Pancoast. I. Caae4fl.James of 1 122 East, .excepting therefrom the
Mrs. Effie Johns had as Thurs- Floridat ing therefrom the right-of-way
i guests are seeing points of interest Plaintiff. ? '
| 'I Daniels Hayer the Seaboard Air Line Ry., and road road nghts-of-way described inDeed
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish I I throughout Florida this i day guests Mr. and Mrs. L. Morgan Dorothy Elizabeth Bayer Detend- ifchtt-of-uay through said Xk of dated April %6, 1924. recordedin

had as Sunday guests. Sheriff ''week. of Tampa and Freeman ant. Xo. 10-539 Lot 57 as described in Deed dated Deed Book 45, Page 29, Public I
case April 26, 1924 and recorded in Deed Records of Bradford County. Florida -
find Mrs. Sidney Reddish and i I| M-Sgt. and Mrs. William E. Johns, of Lake Butler. ,I I utl..e To ..IppearzI Bayer, Book 45, Page 29. Public" Records of and in Deed dated May 5, 194, i $1u TOTALwju
daughter, Betty, and Deputy Sheriff -:' 1st Lt. William H. Edwards I I To: DorothY Elizabeth i is 3M Bradford County, Florida. recorded in Deed Book 39, Page'
'I Plummer and daughters of Patrick whose residence and address : Lots I, 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, 15. 16, 17 565. said Public Records.
and Mrs. Dan Crosby of Jessup AFB. Cocoa visited Mr. and III, flew home from his station in I Second Street. Brooklyn, New York.: 18. 29, 30 :31, :1%. S3. 34, 35. :16, 45, I That portion of Northeast Quarter'of
Ga., Mrs. Drew Reddish of Jacksonville I California on Tuesday for a leaveof You are hereby uotified that a 46, 47 48. 49. 50. 63, 64. in Wood- Northeast Quarter of Southwest PRICE
Mrs. M. F. Hazen Thursday to for 5 I iQuarter. Section 21, Township 5
!I suit lawn in Section 13., Township
and Mr. and Mrs. absence with his wife the for-
Floyd ,
Sunday while enroute to their I Divorce South Range :22!: East and containing South. Range 22 East ; also d.-
Wiggins of New River. I mer Miss June Caldwell of the i has been tiled against you In &nd :250!:; acres more or less excepting as Lot 25 of Woodlawn as
new base in Clovis, N. M. 'I I above named Court and cause therefrom road right-of-way ISCl'i..d is platted in the current
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray and I Mr. and Mrs. ,L. E. Jordan of State Farm and with his parents, you are required to serve a copy the of through said Lots 63 and 64 a!< described records of Bradford County .
sons of Jacksonville were visitingMr. i in Orange Park. your anll*er or pleac1ln PlaUtilii U in Deed dated October 15, 'Florida, said Section Township and -- -- --- -- --
the weekend with
jOvieda spent complaint on the 1953, and recorded in Deed Book 74, Range; which lies South of State
and Mrs. J. S. Sapp on Tues i I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. The Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long and Attorney :Samuel: W. UeUen. P. Page 409 Public Records of Brad- Road No. 225.

day.Friends :i Griffins also had as last Thurs- family and Miss Hildarene Jack- I I 1 o.file Box 81 original, Oaine!in,% lle the, Honda office ot, ford County Florida. I Lot 25: :39, 40. 47 of Woodlawn Torode Chevrolet

of Baconton, Ga., returnedhone'Saturday luJeClerk Circuit Court on Lot Numbered 36 Woodlawn Section lit. Township :5 South Range Company
of J. J. will day M. Griffin sop, of the
Downey guest H. of Waldo. :I
1914; Section 19 and E1-.. of Lots 53: and 1 122 East; containing 40 acres, more I
of August
regret to hear that Jne suffered a''! "'ira: *Mrs. "George'Flynn, Jr. after a two weeks I S day the allegations of saidi 60 Woodlawn Section 15 all or less.
to New York i otherwise cenfessjcr in Township ;5 South, Range 22 East I You and each' of von are, h..r..hyn,1
heart attack last Friday. He is :and son Reggie of sight-seeing trip Complaint will be taken as
Tampa are i and containing 20-acres more or il..d that .. Bill of Complaint : Starke, Fla.
recuperating at his home on W. j spending two weeks vacation with City and Washington, D. C., and before the. less according to a map of Wood- has been filed in the Cinnit Court

Madison street. and is geeting i' the senior Flynns and at Kings- i visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. i ad by yos.This notice shall be publishedonce lawn as recorded in the public ,nf Piadtoid County. Florida' in .
I I week for tour consecutive records of Bradford Countv. Flori 'h.tfltei) "> anal Timber < oipo'.i-

along as well as can be expected. ley Lake.TRADE Lewis in Wilmington, Del. I, weeks each in the Bradford County Tele- I -- ..-. - -- - -
Earl Howe and family of Miami graph.Datrd. I II .. _' - -
VVYVyyyyyyyYYVyyyyyyyyYYYYVyyyyyYYYYVYYyyyyYVYYY payed a surprise visit Tuesday to I I this 7 day of July. ll34.OFFICIAL ; I
Charles A. Darn
I :SEAL: )
I Marion Howe, his cousin, who hehasn't ( clerk of the Circuit Court i '

seen since 1927. $II3Y Marian L. Croiby, Deputy Clerki i /
,9 4t :, Ol1" /Q
4 Misses Patricia and Cissy Puett, I "
of Atlanta, Miss Hildarene Jack- "* (.lr..U Court Of 1 fcc KiRhthI J 7
I I Judicial Circuit Of Florida l a \od I 'if
son, of Baconton Ga., and Miss 1 Fur Bradford County: 'WID-StJ\t[

Brenda Daniels of Fitzgerald, Ga., |II I Canal lu Timber('hanrrr)Corporation.. > :;:

IN will arrive Monday to be the guests : riamtifl ) !I.S I.
I .
of Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long at a !I \ ) i

ten-day house party at the T. H. I Florida Company Land and of Immigration Florida-, )> "VALUES TO $6.95"

YOUR OLD WASHER I I Lake.Slade guest house on Kingsley t't. aI., QUIET Defendants TITLK.)I ETC i I I H S SALEP, S ALE

I Members and families of the OKUF.H OF PIHUCATIONM1: 'I'I Many Other Styles To
RIGHT MOW! TODAYIAND I Florida Improvement Commission The Mute Of Florida, Toi ,'

i of Camp Blanding enjoyed their t George J. Arnold, Lro> noli mel I'
'Arnold. Daniel T. Atwood John S. Choose From i
annual swimming boating and J. S Bennett i
YOU'LL FIND Irs WORTH L'ennett, also known as
picnic supper party at the F. B. and Carrie B. Bennrtt. his

Beard's Kingsley Lake home last wife; Thomas J. Burrin also km.wn wife WedgesFlats f
J. Burren; and his
AT LEAST $3005NEW Friday evening.Rev. as Jenette t;. Burrin, also known ..- ..
,Jennett E. Burrin. J. W Paker
and Mrs. L. D. Haines I I whose last known addie-s was I I ALL HEEL HEIGHTS

and family are spending the monthof !Frazeysburg. Ohio. George S. Baxter i
Edgar C. Long and Walton F..rgui i|
July at the Sistrunk cottage on ,son Jr., Co-partners doing business Bik. Pat Red Blue White
Kingsley Lake. I under the firm name and st> If of Now
.. 'tL. S. Baxter and Company, ('L&rcflCD. j jI 2.99 .. .. '
John Godwin is getting alongas :: Blakeslee. H. C. Bennett Jr. fcl- ,; ..,. ri-,- -. :'p --. ---r '_: : =_ Now 1.99
well as can be expected. following -I nara. tvnnett J. X. Bos>uck und his i
wife, Mary I. Bostick, also known I
an operation in St. Vin Uostick whOle last known ,
M. 1.
Sizes 10
cent's hospital last Thursday. ,address was Berrien "'ountI..r-I to
Edward Crawshaw, also known
\ Jewett Fogg, Joe Gray, Charlie 1as gsa Edmond Crawshaw, andwile I All Styles Colors &

154BN1K Devlin Harry Couts and a group II Laura known F.address Crawshaw was ,St.whose Luis Mo last, I Were Now Boys Loafers

from Jacksonville went deep sea I Joseph Crawshaw A. J. Campbelli : Heel I HeightsSALE
I fishing at Steenhatchee last Thurs- i$: Strong and James illiams SANDALS 2.98 $1.9 & Dress Oxfords
,Trustree of the Methodist Episcopal !
day. 'Church. North of Buinn Station and
Frank Herlong, who was spend- their suctessors in offi>-e a.- such 7.95 Value
SANDALS 2.49 $
( X. 1'. Cauthen Frances Drumm .md J.49J.OO
ing the summer with his brother Harold Drumm. her husband whi.s

Dr. M. B. Herlong in Waynesville last known address was N.vark.Ohio I
Dixon. O M. K\an. :
N. C. flown home to undergo ; SANDALS 1.99 $
I Lucy A. Emerson, J. 11 Eail, Jr. ; ENDSSATURDAY
an operation in St. Luke's 1,also known as John It Earl. Jr ,
SUPER AGITATORWASHER i|J. C. Edie. also known as John c' I _ _ _ _,
last week. '
hospital Edie, James H. Foss hid,\ 11)11) ,tlh .
I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cole had as and as Trustee \\oodl.iwn M -
dicate. and his wife. Lillian \\ I CHILDRENS
last week. Mr. and Mrs.
guests .
Foss. also known as Lillian F. "
I Emmett Pridgen and daughter whose last known addresswr

Linda of Charleston, S. C. I Cambridge.whose last Mass.known. Va\addu Id KU>\d s .'Aa'II. JULY 17 DRESS SHOES

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. Winthrop. Mass.V.. T. Ciahain.JElmas ,
Norris and E :;. <'iawfoid'Executors ,
of Eagle Lake spent the first of
'! under the Will of L.-\1 ;N.orris. 1 1
the week with Mr. Wimberly's \ deceased, and then smts- I Bik. Pat
,.m Winifred \sors., J. '\ Gaskms JohnleI1-I
mother Wimberly
199.95 der .;Graham James IGate-, Thomas I 5.98
MODEL \. GULARLY and the Nelson Green family. R Hamby and Wife Emma MHamby. WhiteTwoTone 2.98N011j199

WD1I-X 2nd. Lt. Patrick T. McGnff was John L. Har\e mil \\\ift
NOW ONLY Emma G. harvey Erastuhill.: ,
home for the weekend from Gra- individually and as Trustee i. \\ _ _
Marianna. Hagg. W. E. Knight, Alexander .
Or Limited I Kelley, Samuel C. Lane also known Red 3.98
IT WASHES ALL STRAW HATS Onethirdoff as Sam'l C. Lane, J. B M( \augh!. How
$1 69 TimeOnly ALVAREZ. Planche McNaught. \\ hi'*'' last S 3.00
at knon addresswas ZantsMiieOhio. -' ",.. _. .. _;.
RINSES A. W. Masters. a patient in the Thomas E. Mc-\alight and ipal 1, _u- __ .. __ -- _....-------'it"-....%, -' ...._ .. 'n .. .:
I Alachua General Hospital follow- Mi-Naught, his wife whore last
i known address was X<>if"ik. \ !' -
DRAINS < AND YOUR OLD WASHERSD ing a serious auto accident two glnla, Donald I.. M> Ka> J i1M': Don'tMissOutOn
weeks ago is getting along nicely .., -?;,

AMP DRY ThatV right 169.93 less than and is expected home in two I I These Outstanding Values
I weeks. I _

TURNSITSELF I I many oM fashioned machines requiring Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Cone and FOR SALE I Finish Out The Summer

o. U batk-brealving hours at the I family of Franklinton N. C.. spent Now 4.99

I E OFF F wringer and the set tubs. Remember -I several Susie Johnson days last in Lake week Butler with Mrs.and QUILTINGSCRAPS In Cool Comfort _

I Havannah Johns and
with Mrs.
the Bendix Economat requires .
Al I family in tarke.

tILL no bolting down, it's fully automatic, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yawn and

AUTOMATICALLYI! daughter Mary of Augusta, Ga., i,, .
takes it's o\vn water.
former Starke residents were visiting WHERE YOU'LL FIND
Per Lb.
: friends here this week. 13 I 1

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bolomy, of I At o leS A FIT FOR EVERY FOOT I

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE j, Ocala.Saturday.Mr. visited. Mrs. E. T. Hicks on BIG DADMANUFACTURING

and Mrs. T. F. Colson and

children are visiting Mr. and Mrs. CO. 145 WEST CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. PHONE 291

224 N. Temple Ave. phone 166 Starke, Fla.AALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAALAAAAALAAAAAAJ. ,Robert L. Hayes in Oxford, N. C.

this week. .' .:"',.....: .:.: .' :._.- / ..:_>, '-''' _:. /, : :n .. ,'.'. --'::, : .- : -/ '.- .- : ':: .:-:: -5 ::; ":c. -"::':' ';'';::- .';:':--4':::: :; ':=. -_"''''::,. ;::,{ ",:_,' : _'_..;' -._ ;

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IYYYYYDHIGHLAND after her being so sick a I :H. Richardson; :Mr. and :Mrs. Gene i
Glad to see Lorene J Richardson and son, Stephen; :Mr. '..' """." .",. ,, '' ," ... ',, ... I
\ few days ago. "" 'V' .. ''":'"-''J ..'.', .. .. ,.''.'%. ".: ".." "'; '. .
Converse I and Mrs. Harris and three .:"t". ,<< ;" 1,<, f. :: <<< .
:Mr. Sapp ;
f "
again. < .
i Mosely < ; > ; ):
: 'Y { .
: 1\ ,
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all .
i is not improving very much. 'children, of Jacksonville; Mr. '' n'. '," { :,,' v' '" : "' -$
l "; "
Lacey Norman was in Green :and Mrs. J. W. Kelly and children, I :. '. : .,:,{: ,
By Lacy Norman I .
Cove Springs on business Tuesday. I,of Brooker; Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Mrs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLAAA ; ,
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I Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Padgett and I Crews, of Ft. Myers; Mr. and Mrs.J. .

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. each children spent this weekend in i: E. Crews, of Miami; Mr. and i '''
'',:' ;
Sunday, Worship Service at 11''South Florida with friends and Mrs. Pete Sapp and son Michael, I Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt filled his "'," ,w

a.m. and Evening Service at 8 p.m. relatives.E. I of Palatka; Mrs. Ed Sapp; and Mr. regular church services Sunday

Prayer Meeting each Wednesdayat \ C. Harvey, our pastor, and .and Mrs. John B. Crews, of Lake morning and evenirg. .'

8 p.m. Choir practice each Fri- W. C. Hardee, superintendent of Butler. Mrs. C. G. Dickinson of the <

day at 8 p.m. Teacher's meeting Sunday School, returned from Mr. and Mrs. Charles :Morganand First Baptist Church of Starke,

Sunday at 7 p.m. Pastor E. C. Ridgecrest, N. C., after spending two daughters, of Kingport, was a visitor and brought\ a short

Harvey. W. C. Hardee, superin- many days. They reported having Tenn., spent several days with W. but inspiring message Sunday

tendent of Sunday School. Come a fine time, but they got mighty I I A. Kirklands last week. morning.

out and worship with us. 'home sick. I I Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mosley, of :Miss Joyce Morgan who is employed -

Visitors at church services here Several folks from around here Plant City, spent Saturday with by the State Farm Insurance -

Sunay were Amanda, Barbaragene, ,enjoyed swimming at Kingsley I the Kirklands. I Co. of Jacksonville, spent
Winfred, and Wilbur Wilkinson all
Lake on July 4. IIi |
the weekend with her parents, the
of Jacksonville; Nancy McPherson Mr. and :Mrs. Berten Cothrithers i
of ifaxville; and Oscar Vansan lof|Ii Jacksonville visited the :Marrs I i|myyyyyyyyYYnyyyyyyyyyt R. L. Morgan's.Floyd : *
Cowart and family also :
and children of Callahan.Mr. family Sunday. I
his mother
and Mrs. W. C. Hardee and We miss Marion Hamilton at GRAHAM Texas. are vacationing in

children spent the weekend in Cal- church. He is working in Georgia. l j i
lahan with Hardee's sister Mrs. Leonard and Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Normanand
Oscar Vansan and family. Theodore Norman were in Jack- I baby of Hampton, were visit- I

Evelyn Norman and Janette sonville Wednesday at the market. 1 ing her mother, Mrs. Frieda Nor-

Griffis of Jacksonville spent the Edwin Griffis of Ft. Bragg is I man Sunday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Lejenar, of Gra-
weekend here with friends and spending a few days here with Mrs Sarah Alvarez of Gaines-
I ham, are spending a week in
ville is relatives here this
relatives.J. friends and relatives. visiting

D. Boone and family left this I Eugene Austin and children, \Indianapolis, Ind. week.

past week to visit friends and Ruby, Rosie Mae, and Lester, spent Mrs. Equilla Roberts is spending Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Carter

relatives in different parts of the \the weekend in Daytona Beach ''I a week in Tittus, Ga. were visiting relatives here this GULF.

country.- with friends and relatives. Mrs. Kate Starling is visiting her weekend' and attended church !

Devert Griffis of Jacksonvillewas I Mrs. Ann Harvey and Mrs. Ona I son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and I services here Sunday night.

in our community this week- Hardee were in Jacksonville Tuesday Mrs. Earl Starling, in Gainesville. I Glad to have Granny Carmichael _

end.Charles on business. Richard Cain spent the weekendin back with us after being _
Mosely of Orange Park i A thought for the day: "Follow Gainesville.Mrs. away for several weeks with relatives

visited in our community Sunday. not that which is evil, but that in Tampa.J. .
... which is He that doeth goodis J. H.. Surrency spent the
St .ley Smith returned home good. M. Rosier will accompanyhis
Friday from South Carolina after of God." John, 3:11.: week in Plant City visiting her! daughter, Mrs. Lorene Cut-

spending two weeks with friends I brother Henry Osteen. I cliff back to Alabama this week.
and relatives. Among spent
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter are

Happy birthday to Jettie Pad- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John vacationing at Hot Springs, Ark. .

gett and Bonnie. : FARM1AAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :McKinney were Sgt. and Mrs. 01- You are cordially invited to at-

tis and children, of
Glad to see Mrs. Ruth Marr outCHARLEY McKinney tend Revival Services at Heilbronn
Columbus, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs.V. .
| Baptist Church, this week. We
L. of Lake
I McKinney City. feel that will not it
j you regret
Sunday guests of the E. J. ;
Mrs. Lear Brown of Jacksonville I
but will be greatly enlightened
;,Yarbroughs were Mrs. Albert
spent the week with Mrs
Yarbrough and children, of Gaines- ; spiritually.
and Mrs. Harley Starling.
ville, and Mr. and Mrs. William [ I

I(Edward Yarbrough and family of I IjPerry I I J. D. McKinney has just re- i

turned home from Indianapolis, THE RIGHT POINT for the
In the afternoon, Mr. and iI
Mrs. E. J. Ind. //1 1j
;:, Yarbrough and the William way you urite. Come in and select -
Yarbroughs motored to Jack Mr. and Mrs. Flake Watson I t

sonville to visit a daughter and'spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. jour favorite ESTERBROOK i "

sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Russ in Brooker.
John B. Johns. Fountain Pen. Only $.37 at ,I
j Mrs. Carl Jones is working at IJ J
Mr. and Mrs. Allison H. Wainwright !, I ;
: the Farm Colony at Gainesville. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- II I i 4
and family, of Tampa, i I
spent Monday and Tuesday with | Miss Dorothy Ross at Starkewas GRAPH. :

i his cousin, Louie L. Wainwright I visiting Mrs. John McKinney ;

and family. 'Monday. i !
MlTICK 10 A..rRI
t The R. H. Coxes have their ;! | Circuit Cuurl. Bradford County
|daughter and children, Mrs. E. A. I 'I Florida: In Chancery.
1 In '1 bf' Circuit Court 01 Bradford | Alice W Taller Plal uH. n. W'-!
E. JOHNS & SON Bradshaw for an extended visit. i I I Couuty, rioritla. In Chancery. ham! A. Taylor Defendant !
Sunday guests of the J. C. 'I Tony Cioriiann. Plaintiff, \s.! An- I| Ca'e No. 10-5;;;5Notice
about this questionI jWallaces were Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Itonrtuliionl.UHi! : i Defendant. To Apprar.
j :
I, Case I To: William W. Tajlirh"'e
i Wells, of Jacksonville, and friends, Order Of PulUul..nod :Notice, residence and address -: 1012 Ka-t I
have carried $2000 of fire Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Stephens, of !': To Appear; Mate Of Florida To: !. Fifth Street, Lumberton, North 1l1
!!I Anti'iiette iiinrdano. whose residence Carolina.
insurance on my household Jacksonville and Jacksonville. and address i.>-: 40-02: Vernon Your are hereby notified that a I
goods for years, and I know Beach. Boulevard, hong Eland City. Ntw.Yoik. suit for setting aside d-i-iee "1
divorce entered
that replacement value is at j I I Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and daughters -I, You are required to appear on has been filed against you in the

least $5000. Could my mindbe Frances and Mrs. June Ed- August 2. 1954, in the above named above named Court and cause and of
you are required to serve a copy
icourt and cause, wherein plaintiff
wards, spent Sunday in Fairfield pleading ti the com-
completely. relieved of this seeks divorce. your answer or I
iwith relatives. plaint on the Plaintiff" Attorney i
$3000 fire risk for less; than : I Bradford County Telegram: shall fieo. E. Turner, 13F.rid.\ .\
The P. S. Crewses were host to I(publish this Order In next four Title Building, Jacksonville I
$10 more premium per year? weekly issues. Floridaand I
a family reunion for Mr. Crew'sfolks
hand and official
Witness my tile the original In the office or
Sunday. Enjoying the fel- seal at Starke, Florida, this July 1, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I I sIlb
lowship and good times to be had 11954. or before the 2 day of August, 1934;; I
,OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby otherwise the allegations of said ,
at such an occasion were their I As Clerk of said Court Complaint will be taken as confused I
Charley Johns only uncle, for whom the dinner JDy i Marian 1... Crosby Deputy Clerk by you. ill t tt ;wei
was in honor, John B. Crews, 83 I'Alan <'. Winter, Jr., 50S Florida This notice shall be publishedonce I
I(iTitle Building, Jacksonville Flori- each week for foul consecutive!
years young, of Lake Butler, and ;'da.'Attys.. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I
& Son the following kinfolk: Mrs. Harold j' for Plf. 7/2417,23 graph. I
AgencyPhone I Dated this :25 day of June, 1904;; 111
W Sapp and son; Mr. and Mrs.' NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. ''Mrs.W. M. Richardson and son, Kenny; I TX Bill :>DKEIIIluuxe o. 1MJ2 By Marian Clerk L. Crosby.of the Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.7J24t721. II III II I III II

Billy Rhoden and children Notice is hereby given, that Kenneth : : I 11 Ill 11 III III 11
Mike and Carla; Mr. and Mrs. W. t'. Grider the holder of the following II : /t Ill iii I
certificates has filed said !\OTICE TO APPEAR

.m_ certificates for_a tax deed to be_..issued !. Circuit Court, Bradford CoantyFlorida .
thereon. The certificate nura- i la Chaaeery. I
I i bers and years of issuance, the description Lansing J. Booth. Plaintiff, vs.! Helen ,
ALVAREZ' Men's Clothing JIIII ; of the property and the IToGtti, Defendant. I''
ml STORE' I : names in which it was assessed are Cate No. 10-5SO $low.os
j Established 1894 as follows: \otlce To Appear.To .
;Certificate Xo. GO. Year of Issuance : Helen Booth, whose residenceand )
!, 1952. address i is! : Unknown. //11
I Description of Property: Com. at a You are hereby notified that a
point on X side of the ASR & GRit suit for t I
whrre WeMmoreland St. crosses Divorcehas
the U\Y of the ASK & GRR & on been filed against you In the 11,111.err
MOVINGLOCAL E ide of said St.: & run X parallel above named Court and cause and l : %
with Westmoreland St. 200 ft. for you are required to serve a copy of r ,.
,a pt. of beg. thence continue X parallel your answer or pleading to the complaInt ,
with Westmoreland St 50 ft. on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT.
thence E at right angles to said St. Frank Landrum, Starke, I 683 -d t r
PHONE 417 ft. thence Southwesterly to pt Florida,
OR ..i Wg being in the SE'4 of SE?. and file the original in the office of j
Dependable S" ,-. 29T6SR22E.:! :! the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
LONGDISTANCE EconomicalR. 311 :| Xame in which assessed! : Unknown. or before the 2 day of August, .,; '
I 1954; otherwise the allegations of
All of said property being in the said Complaint will be taken as 15
B. Alvarez OR County of Bradford State of Flor- confessed by you. X
ida. I This notice shall be published ,
Plus Tax
Agents For TRANSFER AND Tnless such certificate or certificates I once etch week for four consecutive ,
Delcher Bros. STORAGE 250-J !shall be redeemed accordingto weeks in the Bradford County Tele
; CO. '
law the property described in graph.
such oertrficate or certificates willIe Dated this 30 day of June, 1554.
",.ld to the highest bidder at the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbY
urt bouse door on the first Monday Clerk of the Circuit Court.
STORAGEPerryman 'in month of August. 1954 By Mariam L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
whit is the :2 day of August 1954\ 7/2 4t 7/23 "
Gated this 24 day of June, 1954. 1
"tFFIt'T.\L *EALt"harles A. Darby I
Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida Itrk of Ciuuit Court of Bradford I'. Circuit Court Bradford County
L''unty. Florida I Itt' Florida IB Chancery.
; :!- :.23:!:: LouiseT.. McLean Plaintiff. VS.

17 -- Hubert D. McLean Defendant.
Case No. 10-560
Satire To Appear.To II '
DOES YOUR : Hobert D. McLean, whose ;
residence and address is: Route 4,
North \Vilkesboro, North Carolina
You are hereby notified that a
r suit for
custody control and support of 4v
-' b ". minor children and divorce ,ww. alr
.. This
has been filed against you in the
I above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy of .
..J .t .
I your answer or pleading to the com- et .
I plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
WonderfulMAGIC J. K. Skipper. 221 Florida Title
I Building, Jacksonville! Florida ffer is for' limited time only
it I and file the original in the office of
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on '
'or before the 26 day of July ,
: 1954; otherwise the allegations of "
I CHEFFEATURE I !said Complaint will be taken as confessed -
I by you.
This notice shall be publishedonce
: oath week for four consecutive

I I weeks graph. in the Bradford County Tele- Smooth, worn-out tires mean trouble. Get rid of

? Dated this 22 day of June 1954. '
Ii (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ***'t'8L.Sa3a* 1t1ir, -

I IBy j Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit 6/25-41-7/16 Court Clerk ( them now=we'll give }you a big trade-in allowance .

e I -4
i la The Circuit Court la And For
I Bradford County, "Florida laChancery. I
on top-quality, fully-warranted Gulf Tires.

TOTAL Louanna Donald J.Rose Verbe.k Verbetk Plaintiff, Defendant vs. 1 'wf&$, |t>1 W e' *.*

Cash Price 348.95 I+ No. 10-5(3 We have full
I NOTICE OF SUIT \ a stock of all popular sizes-but act
I The State Of Florida To: .
LESS TRADE-IN I I Louanna Rose Verbeck. M17 \ If'< a l.W WN r.;: ,. -V"

.. ''' '"'-'II' -- ? Old Range 33.95 t. Brookside Drive Indianapolis Parkway, Indiana.South 4 now, You-can't afford ro miss out o'n this summer

MAGIC OVENEYE"No I You Are Hereby Notified that a
...-... suit has been filed against you in
above entitled
i cause and you
need to watch the clock in oven preheating are hereby required to serve upon
just watch the "majic 315 00 the solicitor for plaintiff whose
evene" This little jewel glows red Cal) ,; name and address appears hereon, i .
I .
C your written defenses! if /:
to the
when the oven ii it up to temperature D I any
your dependable baking signal Grand" '- I which complaint i ill delivered in said to cause herewithon copy of
prii results every timoi. ?' t I or before the 26 day of July 'Trade in riday Clnd
I IA. D.. 1954.Herein : Save
tttlktiitly with the 1953 Afa/w Fail Not or decree pro
CW gas range. COMPLETELY INSTALLED I confesso will be entered against you
.- for the relief: prayed in the complaint ,- -
The nature of said, suit being for
GAS FREE I divorce.

I.said June County Witness Court A., D.Florida, my, 1954.at hand this tarke and,23 the Bradford day seal of of GREENE'S GULF PRODUCTS GULF L OIL I L S STATION

CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS & APPLIANCE CO. I Celrk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court

Bradford County. Florida

149 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. "By Marian John S.L.Cox Crosby, Solicitor, Deputy for Plain-Clerk Lawtey, Fla. On U. S. 301 Starke Fla. Madison

I tiff 1712 Barnett Bank: Build.. &Walnut SU.
-1III.1 ing, Jacksonville, 2. Florida.
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FRIDAY, JULY 16. 1954
ing Mrs. Grover Moore and son, I. The ("I nil It Court of the Eighth I living and if dead the unknown eery wherein Joseph M. Sistrunk is :Starke, Bradford County. Florida.
Hampton attended the Alderman Judicial In-Bit. IB And For Brad- I heirs at law legatees devisees or Plaintiff and each of you Is a Defendant Witness my hand and the seal of
reunion Sunday and called on the Buford, and Mr. and Mrs. Newn ford (onatr.. Florid I grantees of each of them: S. F. the style of which is Joseph PUT, said Circuit Court at Starke
Gardiner and Mary E. Gardiner, his M. Sil M. Mott at Brooker.Mr. IB .
L. Watterson's. Chaseery.o.: lOVST.Joseph the relief therein 3 of July A.D. 19J4.;;
!wife, if living and if dead the un- et al. Defendants day
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Eiland of and Mrs. G. R. Hall and Georger.M. role Sistrunk, EI1, Plaintiff, Defendants.vs. known heirs at law legatees devisees praped being a Decree quieting and tOFt'W81.01.1 Charles A. Darby
Homassassa spent the weekend Robert J. Hall all of Fort Pierce : or grantees of each of them; confirming Plaintiffs title to the Clerk of said Circuit ,Court
:SOTICK I E. Strong and his unknown wife. lands hereinabove described and I.By: Munan L Crosby Deputy Clerk79It:30
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I were visiting Rev. and Mrs. W. E. The State Of Florida To: I Strong and the unknown other relief and it appearing from
M. L. Watterson and sister, Mrs. I Hall Sunday also attended church teorgeS'. Cole and heirs at law. legatees devisees said sworn Bill of Complaint that
or grantees of each of them: the names of the Defendants are
Cole. his
wife if living and if dead
Donald McMahone and Don- Hendricks and unknown except as therein set forth
son the unknown heirs at law, legatees !\V. T. Weeks John L.
and that the addresses and residences -
if livIng
A. his wife -
Mary Hendricks
me.Mr. Irene Boan of Jackson- devisees them; Mary or grantees A. Hodges of and each John of and if dead, the unknown heirsat of said Defendants are unknown Do You Want To Be A
Methodist Church Presbyterian Church and Mrs. Owen Simmonsand ville spent part of last week with Hodges her husband if living and I law legatees, devisees or grantees and that there is no personor
within the State of Florida
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson the H. M. McRaes. if dead the unknown heirs at law of each of them; Hellen A. Sanders persons SUCCESSFULReal
service of
devisees if living, and if dead, her un- the process upon
Sunday July 18 9:30: a. m. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. have retained from visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner(Ilegatt't's.i', them; Mary or O. Richard grantees and of known heirs at law. legatees, devisees whom would Defendants bind said, and absent that or each unknown Estate Broker or
Service friends and relatives in Virginia. John ('. Richard, her husband, if or grantees; Belle Etta Weaver -
Church School; 11 a. m. Morning Morning Worship 11 the H. M. known and named Defendant ilo.pr
I and family were visiting living and if dead the unknown if living and if dead her un- SALESMAN?
Worship; 6 p. m. Recreation Time; I a. m. Sermon by the pastor. Johnny Knight is a patient at McRaes Saturday afternoon. Sunday heirs at law, legatees devisees or known heirs at law, legatees devisees the age of twenty-one years
of each unknown
and that the
for Evening Worship Service 8 the Lake City Veterans Hospitaland grantees of each of them; WatermanV. or grantees: Cyrus H. Sistrunkof age NOW we ran coach you in
6:45 Fellowship unnamed Defendant
p. m. supper i afternoon visitors of the H. Starke. Bradford County. Florida; and is un-
Intermediates and Seniors; 7:15!I i p. m. Sermon by the pastor. is in a critical condition.Rev. I M. McRaes were Mr. and Mrs. dington.Ruddington his wife and if Nancy living M., and Bud-if Virdie B. Futch (also known as Ver- known. ONLY OXE REEK for the

service for Inter- 'i} Wed., July 21 -7:30 p. m. and Mrs. Merle Packhamand dead the unknown heirs at law I. die B. Futch) and C. A. Futch her This I". therefore to commandeach rigid state examination for aBROKJn'S
Worship Winter
m. of
p. I Zack Myrick and boys ; husband. both of Starke, Bradford
legatees, devisees of of and are hereby
or grantees you you or SALESMAX'S -
children moved into the
mediates and Seniors; 8 p. m. Prayer meeting 8 p. m. Adult Baptist Delbert each of County Florida. and any and all
Haven. Mr. and Mrs. them; John I. Gaskins, if notified and required to serve a copyof
service. Choir practice. Pastorium last Wednesday.On .(.[ living and if dead his unknown other persons claiming any right. your Answer or other pleading Real Estate License.
Preaching Green and son, Nathan of Heil- title or interest in and to the following Plaintiffs
heirs herein
at law, the Complaint on
devisee to
Monday, 7:30 Pm. Methodist Thurs.. July 22 Church picnic Sunday both services had an i Ibronn Mr. and Mrs. Robert My- grantees: William legatees W. Wills and or descn'in the City attorneys, Williams For further information

Men. Dinner and program in the; at Hoke Harris home on Kings- overflowing house. Sunday School. rick and children and mother, Mrs. Caroline A. Wills. his wife, if living to-wit of Starke PTadford County Florida P. O. Pox ISS. Starke. }' I.'utch'l' you are cordially invited
and if I : file the original Answer 'I
Lake. will be served at attendance 201. dead the unknown heirs at without cost or obligation to
Recreation Hall ley Supper Sue Myrick all of Starke. law, legatees devisees or granteesof Beginning at the intersection of pleading in the office of
Tuesday, 9:30 a. m. WSCS.7 p. m.FIRST. Mrs. Durwood Dortch of Gaines- each of them; I. Ira Gore also the East line of Church Street of the Circuit Court In and tor I I ATTEND FREE LECTTRE
ville spent Thursday with her Cpl. William S. Starling left known as J. Ira Gore, and Julia T. with the North line of Call Bradford County. Florida on or before i I 8 P.M., Wednesday July 21.
Prayer Group.Wednesday. Monday afternoon for Ft. Benning, Gore his wife, if living, and it dead Street thence run South 72* 18' the 8 day of August A.D., 1954 1934 in the Air Conditioned
8 m. Bible study CHRISTIAN CHURCH I the Frank Thomas. the unknown heirs at law, legatees tt"t: 215.04 feet thence run North if you fail to do so. Decree Pro ,
p. Mr. and Mrs. W.: N. Jacksonvere Ga. where he will report for duty devisee or grantees of each 17* iii' East 105.00;; feet thencerun Confesso will be taken against you i Blue Room of the George'
and prayer. I In the absence of Rev. J. E. business Tuesday. He only had three more of them; Thomas J. Hickmanand North 72' IS'Vest I15.J5:! : : for the relief demanded by the I Washington Hotel Jackson
Youth Choir callers in Starke Manerva Hickman his wife if feet to the East line of Church Complaint.It .
Thursday, 6:30: p.m. I Sherwood Rev. John G. Childress, Thursday. months to go then he will be at t living and if dead the unknown Street thence run South 17* 46' ville.

Rehearsal; 7:30 p. m. Chancel {Orlando, will be the speaker for home with his mother, and rela-" 'heirs at law legatees, devisees or West 105.00 feet to the point of I It i is hiMeby ordered that this Xo-
Choir Rehearsal. Mrs. Russell Dyal is enjoying j grantees of each of themy.. F. beginning, situated in the City ol tierhall he published <>m e each CLYDE B.
:the regular morning and evening a two weeks vacation from her tives and friends again. Deals and E. II. Seals his wife i ifRt'OLl.TIO' Starke, Bradford County. Florida. for four ionsei'UU\e" week in GOREm
this which is tLe same property whirl I Bradford CountyTelegraph .a
services .
I{ Sunday.HAMPTON \W..k __
duties at the Farm Colonv with n
from time to time has erroneouslybeen > newspaper published in

At The Tabernacle |I II I TYTTYTYVTYYTTTTYYYYYYTY her daughter, Mrs. Bruce Roarkand 1 referred to and described a-of \ .._ '. _.... _._..: _-,;;, ..,. .. ._, ''''-,0_,. '.'.,. __ h .- ;.
Victorious Life Bible Rally |i family and her brother and Pursuant to the provisions of Section 2.7.12 Florida Statutes, 1953, the Lots original 5. 6. 7 and Town 8 of Block of Staike.12 I I III'. ____ __. '".. .__. ._ ._ ___ _.. ;.;L.____ ,_, ._ __._ -- ,

A sister in Jacksonville.Mrs. lot ice is hereby given that a public hearing shall be held by The Bradford Florida.Tou. .
sponsored by Southeastern Bible J: County Hoard of Public Instruction on Monday. July >, 1S54, athe and each of you are hereby .
Ala. will W. H. Maxwell spent :: hour of 10:00 a.m. in the County Board Meeting room ot the court- notified that there has hern filed
College, of Birmingham, ;; I bouse Starke for the of Brad THOSE PESTS
Tuesday in Jacksonville. at Florida purpose discussing with the citizens aaia SCREEN OUT --
be presented at the Gospel Taber- by Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond.U..AAAAALA.AAAAAAAAALA of the county the proposed school budget of said county for the fiscal :f..ri"r.t ; F:"rid :a Bill in ('han1 i 1
Mis. T. J. Alderman \
nacle Friday evening, July 23 at Mrs. W.j rear beginning July 1. 1M'! >4 and ending June 30: 195;;, which budget ii>
W. Hammond and daughter, Willow ;summarized as follows:
8 o'clock. The team consists of I HOW TO RELIEVE SKIN ITCH.
Ruth, were in Starke Thurs- GET SOME REST!
a mixed quartette and speaker, Raleigh Brannen cut his foot day morning. ANT1CIPITKII: Ill.( tJPl'I!! IN 15 MINUTES .

Rev. Leon Gillaspie. badly on the blade of a power U nol plotted, your 40* lack at uy
of1 Wayne Jackson of Gainesvilleis I A. Federal Sources 2s.oo.oo: dreg *ter ITCHMENOTaawtattlc Uo mad
Gillaspie joined the faculty mower while mowing his lawn spending a vacation with his I". State Source 461.5:3.00 to .*.. Itch Ia uUuUtj U..entolytiC .
the College in 1947 and in 19-18\\Saturday evening.Mr. I C. County and District 132,4>4.Q0 tititiptU atUoa set ;
grandparents, the W. N. Jackson's. iloufht off, oater skin I* KILL GERMS .
was ordained to the Christian i and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen Mr. and Mrs. R. Andrews were Total Anticipated receipts 62J.192.00 AND FUNGUS ON CONTACT. Fine IocMBa. .
ministry. He is a graduate of.and family attended the funeralof Cash balance beginning of year n.! 6.00 ringworm fact itch, other tar- .
business callers in Staike Thurs-I Investments sacs '011&.*. Tsdsy at
Providence-Barrington Bible College Mrs. Brannen sister :Mrs. 18.500.00I I

Providence and of Wheaton: day.Leaston Total Available Cash and ReceiptsPROPOSKH STORE I
Blount at the Pine Grove Baptist Forsyth son of Mr. and I 701,978.00 MITCHELL'S DRUG

College Wheaton, Ill i Church near Trenton, Thursday
Mrs. Joe Forsyth has enlisted in I EIPFL\DITIRF'i:
In addition to his teaching and:afternoon Mrs. M. B. Layfield who !
the Army and will leave August 1. General Control 20.259.09
administrative work at Southeastern had spent several weeks there tote 14. Z. InstructionOperation 431.1CS.09
Bible College Gillaspie has: her I :. of Plant 28000.00
near daughter
Mr. and Mrs. John Hammondof 1. Maintenance 13.000.00
a wide ministry on several of the I home with them. Crystal Lake' were Wednesday! 5. Auxiliary Agencies 67.800.00 !
school's radio over several I' : 6. Fixed Charges 13.000.09lo.eoo.oo
prgrams Mrs. Wm. Slade and daughter.
I' of his Mr. I
supper guests parents ,. Veterans Schools
stations in the state of Alabama.He Mrs. Wallace visited Mr. 1
Myttice and Mrs. W. W. Hammond and 8. Capital Outlay 7t.8S7.00 !
also carries a busy schedule' I ,
Slade in Jacksonville Monday
sister. Willow Ruth. The occasionwas i Total Proposed Expenditures 1.0.(192.1111IeSt'T'ell. !
teaching in Evening Schools at I evening. Mr. Slade is spending a John's birthday.Mrs. Investment and Cash balances 24,886.00.

Birmingham, Huntsville, and few days with a daughter near
I D. W. Swindell called on
Total c
Proposed Expenditures and Reserves
Montgomery as well as frequent I the St. Luke Hospital where he Mrs. Bruce Roark Friday after- 704,978 On'

peaking engagements in churchesand still has to report several timesa a
noon. ii. IUUCI.T roil I>I"THICT .\1'1-:1I1-'r: .':oil) s-i'IIG rt\Ii:
youth meetings throughoutthe week. Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Gray and 1
Southeast. Gillaspie is an accomplished I Ill':( 1:11': !a
Mrs. C. 1.. May returned to I I daughter, Valerie of Jacksonville Cash balances, beginning of
violinist and often 'I I year 4..n;;; "t
her home Sunday after spending i called on friends here Friday on I Taxes Assessed 4,651.ou; i

brings his violin. on his speaking a week with her sister, Mrs. May their way to Tampa to bring the Total Available Cash and Current Receipts 9.6011;; On OUR Team! \ Throw away the fly swatter and latch on to

engagements.The I Sweeney in Gainesville following I other two little girls home. '

school Mr. Gillaspie is now !'a major operation at the Alachua I i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas l\Pu\DI'rtf i->: i STRENGTH is an important the finest screening buys this side of a dollar

. with. Southeastern Bible College :Hospital. visited his sister Mrs. M. M. j; CommissionsPayments :373.0): : factor to look for when you bill.

is one of the the South outstanding and with Bible its I Mrs. McAlhany has returned to Tidwell in ranford Monday. I interest on! of bonds bonds 2.300.0.:825;;.0) buy insurance company : ,

Colleges of School I her home in Reevesville, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling j Total appropriations :.698.0'-: financial strength and reputa- We have tight fitting tock screen doors and windows
and registration. -
Day Evening 1 after spending sometime with her of Graham were Sunday guests of]I that'll screen-seal entire house against those
tion for prompt and honest your germ-
is the largest nonsectarianBible daughter, Mrs. J. W. Horne and the Frank Thomas's.Rev. III. ill)\I IJ ('''' .'I1tT10Ft'D: -
College in the Southeast. I HIX'KIPTSj payment of loss claims. ; infested pests.
family. Merle Packham is taking S. H. 10:. Bond Issues,
:5 ;; .OOO.OOlal''IIITI
thrilled Groups from this school here at have I Mrs. Betty May and daughter. part in the Revival at Heilbronn i UK'.: I That's the Kind of insurance I II For the home handyman who makes or repairs his own
pre- Melody, of Montgomery Alabamaare Springs.W. I I Projects 1 through 6 523.000.09; I we offer. And, if disaster I screens, we'll supply mouldings, tacks galvanized
vious times, and a splendid -
program a few days in town. W. Hammond killed a Coral
bronze aluminum.
plastic screening screws
or ,
strikes, it's the kind you'lllwant copper
I is anticipated. accompanied, by Mrs. Martha: snake in front of his home Satur- j The
millage levy to be levied
on the 19S4: assessments rolls to produce lumber. the works.
Mr and Mrs. F. L. Sacher and Williams they spent the weekendin day evening. Five small children I th.nece.sary revenues for these budgets, for the ensuing fi.calSpecial I
year are:
Mrs. Florence Hipple of Park-of- Tampa. were playing around a Chinaberry Our right in line with modest budgets.
I Tax S.boot District No. 1 7 mills I prices are
the Palms, Keystone Heights I Mr. and Mrs. George Ropp tree when the snake crawled[I County General School Fund 10 mills ,
Euilding- and Bus P.eserve'unif 2 Stop in and see samples get free estimates.
mills ,
. out. !
were present and-ably- assisted sons, Ge
the Sunday morning service at the I i returned to their home in Corry Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hawesand Dist. No. 18 Interest and Sinking Fund 4 mills H. C. WALLAGENCY Prompt Delivery Financing Arranged
children of Chattanooga, Tenn. I I
Pa. after visiting the M. L. Wat-
Tabernacle. I and Complete details of each separate part of the school budget sum
terson's. visited the Marshall I marized above are on file and are available for public inspection at the
Sunday evening visitors included Saturday night with Mrs. office of the County Superintendent of Public Instruction at Tine I II
spent courthouse
Mf. and Mrs. Vernon Slade werein I'' Starke Florida and will also be available for such public hearing -- I STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone
several relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Sunday. J. L. Williams. together with all supporting statements and information. All interested Phone 146
Walden Wadsworth is spendinga I persons are cordially invited to participate in the I : I
E. Y. Berry from Elizabeth City public hearing -
Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Dyal had two weeks furlough at his i! ensuing and fi'sTaTyear! school program and budget for this county for he 200 E. Call Street i Washington St at S A L Depot
and Hertford N. C. One of the as their Sunday guests. Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Lewis daughter. Wanda I
special musical numbers rendered s iI I I'F ITBUC IXSTUI'CTIOX

of Starke. Mr and Mrs. Bruce H P Moisan, Se<.retary. -' -
during the day was a beautiful Roark and children. Patsy and It ,/16I .-.c:- O :':: =::-: =- ": .-,: .. li: :. : __ ,_ -..: ._ _.>J

violin solo by W. B. McKmney 1

and dedicated to Pfc Leonard Dennis.Rev. L. A. Rawls of Jackson-.1 PINE LEVEL ( ,

Koegel who is in Korea. :yule former Baptist Pastor of I

.' .' I by Mrs. II. M. McRae I
_ :, __ .._ .. ., .n-_.' ;" :: II
Sermon Sunday Night \\'. E. Hall filled his regu- closer
Now that motorists are taking a
:ar appointment at Pine Level
Baptist Church last Sunday morn- look at value, there's a strong, new surge

First Baptist Church Hampton"A :ng and School evening classes with Sunday 179 in morn-Sunday Biggest to Fontiac. Here's why: '

Pontiac i is the only car in its field with

ing.Friends and relatives{ of Reed the solid feel and quality appearance of

Sheep in a Tree"By Lewis son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. fine-car length and weight. Its luxury is

Lewis recently received his discharge
just as impressively regal. And performance -
Pastor Merle Packham after serving two ;years .

in the Army 17 months he servedin is simply wont.lerfulsmooth and ,1

Sunday School 10 a.m. Training; Union 7:00 p.m. Korea and Japan. He with his quiet at all speeds eager and spirited 1

.vife and daughter. Reeda attended ." ... fashion and reliable end
Wed. night "Hour of Power" S in fine-car .
p.m. church services at Pine t :
We invite you to attend one of the largest Sunda.rSthools Level Sunday. economical in the famous Pontiac way.That's .

in this area. I Cpl. William S. Starling of Ft.Bening. a fast look ot what you gef.Whal i
Ga. with his mother.

"A Warm Welcome Awaits !I: Mis. Alma Starling and other Bt1y lOU pay is the smallest price eter

.. You".q' I visitors of Mrs. Starling visited placed on a big, luxurious car-inf/n'/i a

". .- -- --'" .'. -- -":--- :-- r |(11l! and :Mrs. V. L. Starling and Jew dollars of the lowest! Come in, and
-.on Joseph of Lawtey.
,... .,- ,-... .. -, .< '" find out how our liberal deal whittles even
---- '::$ :_ .,.:.., -: ._ -". -....: "-"'' '--" ., i Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Starling of
: Jes up. Ga. were visiting his par- that low figure down to eterjbody's size

ents. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Starling,

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke :,. and aunt Mrs. Alma Starling

>ther visitors of Mrs. Starling

*sonville.ere Mrs.Mr.Effie and Manning Mrs.of Robert Jack- The least Joull.'erPuJ .Big Car Performance and luxury!

--- '- Starling and their daughter

jf Glen St. Mary. Also visited their
grandparents ilr. and Mrs. W.

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I. Johnson.
Miss Barbara Jean Walker of

Phones Office 234 Pa torium 130 Starke. spent :Monday night with

Miss Yvonne Conner.Mr. .

----- and Mrs. W. E. Lewis of

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Plant City spent Saturday night .. .
with; his brother and sister-in-law .w

Sunday School 9:43 A M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. i, Mr and Mrs II. H. Lewis. i i i

Mr and Mis H. H. Lewis and _

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00: P MDRIVING: QlIhid.uhtt! i r. Yvonne Conner i;
spent! Tliii!>da\. of last week VIltARTHRITIS I
t 1t":

r t _.. _._ "" "' = .1 _"' I

HOT P ? w ,..mamtt i.

I Ii
i I hove been wonderfully blessed : ,

: in being restored to active life after ,
COOL OFF with a set of crisp absorbent straw SEAT I in II i i ii DOI.L.\n FOR DOLLAR YOL ".u', BJK.tr .t
being crippled nearly every joint | @
COVERS. New materials add longer life, more beautiful i in my body and with muscular I j jsoreness I

lasting colors Superb tailoring insures exacting fitDIr from head to foot. I hod

Rheumatoid Arthritis and other I !i
CALL 239 .:! forms of Rheumatism hands deformed i

and ankles set.
my .
And let Peg
pick-up your car.
limited prohibits telling
PRICES .$1 95 space
AT .
here but if will write
A *H you more you
For Coupes me I will reply at once and tell you

CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV how Mrs.I received lela this wonderful S. Wier relief Simpson Urquhart Pontiac.COR. .

Radio Seat Covers Upholstering 2805 Arbor Hills Drive
P. 0. Box 2695 i
Starke, Fla. i I, Jackson 7. Mississippi COURT & JEFFERSON STS. PHONE 67 P. 0. BOX 248 SMRKE, FLA.


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FRIDAY JULY: 18. 1951

Dr. Florence Jennings Campaigns and placed upon release, two were r' .- --- 'TYTYTTTTTTTTTYYY*?f TTTV tending the State Home Demon'
returned home under supervision .,;4. ,
I stration Short Course on the University ICE COLD
and one moved only to get ; I
away .."" '" ""Y", LAWTEY% campus in Gainesville this

Against Juvenile DelinquencyBradford into fcete.more trouble than she was in ,'-.'..",\...c..-'.".... week. MELONSCANTALOUPES

L. Bunt Crews was in Ft. Myers
by II.
County's 1953 juvenile only 18 cases during 1953, Miss Six dependent children cases Futell&AAAAAAAAAAAAAagAggj
I Monday and Tuesday of this week.
court cases totalled less than one I Jennings gave her services to 141 were brought to court involving Starke :." ; The :Myles Fruit Stand which

per cent of the county's school i juveniles. Most of the children required 12 children who were not properly '."'.. I 3 FOR 25e
i Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Denmark was formerly located in the Whitehead -
population, Miss Florence Jennings only proper counselling or cared for. Satisfactory home
I [ and children returned to their building has moved and is
youth counselor, revealed re adjustment to set them straight. rangements were made for ar-I I FRESH PEACHES
: home in Miami on Tuesday of now located irj the "old" drugstore ,
cently. The county's record is The 18 court cases involved 14 I one was sent to the Florida I
Boy : last week after a of several building on the corner of 2 LBS. 25c
twice as good as the national per boys and four girls. Of the boys, tist Home, one is awaiting admis-
days with his Lake Ave. and Road 301.
centage of about two per cent one is in the Industrial School forbo's sion to the Farm Colony and oneis I brother-in-law and' I
:.i sister Mr. and Mrs. L. Mrs. Arwood children TOMATOES
George Wesley and -
'court cases as estimated by the at Marianna. one is under- awaiting permanent placement.Miss I
!! Shuford. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank 2 LBS. 25c
U. S. Department of Health, Education going psychiatric treatment, nine I Jennings must necessarily ,
deal of her timeon Miss Adel Dinkins of Jackson- Sweat. of Jacksonville were Sunday \
and Welfare. were returned to their homes spend a great
ville spent Friday to Sunday with guests of Mr. and Mrs. George MARTIN'S FRUIT
but she
still the court
Miss out that under supervision and one is I cases pre- :
Jennings points I
chil- her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. L. P. Shuford. I Ir"
j not satisfactorily placed. Of the. fers to work with younger
court cases tell only a small partof them 'Din ins Sr. '. SHOP
dren in hopes of preventing ,
sent to the Indus- \
the actual juvenile delinquency i girls. one was delin Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest andchildren '
from drifting into juvenile rns'j. I YOU'LL LOVE Ute nett esterbrook
this had trial School for Girls at Ocala -
story. Although county ;quency. She feels she will have were in Lake City last

_-w : n the most success while a child is Sunday visiting the Earnest: Wil- II purse-size fountain pens Ii

the third through hams family.
going pastel shades. Only $3.37 at Brad- j
Mrs. Jesse Smith Mrs. Paul ,
points out that there is Bennett and Mrs. W. M. Smith II I FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.I

15 cent "sal- wel e in Baldwin Friday night of I
normally only a per I
"" i i r:1y1Ji UETi
vage" of confirmed juvenile de 'ast week attending a party hon- I I I

linquents. She feels that efforts ring Mrs. Lois Handley.Mrs. I

Turner of Gainesville W.C.T.U. !i LiL\1
used to prevent a child from developing Henry I

into a delinquent will sponsored a Stanley Home i Ii l'

be"more rewarding than trying tot Products party in the home of TilE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT

RADIO hange him after he has committedome t Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr.. Monday OF 1TBLIC SAFETY REPORTED -

crime. afternoon. Mrs. C. W. Colson of THAT DURING TilE MONTH
sort of .. I
AND Miss Jennings has handled 43last's mlm. t7r: :; : j.1.0 -- Starke 1 and Mrs. Mattie Nasworth, OF AUGUST ((1953). 814 DR. ;-

involving school attendance. jof: Hawthorne. were among those i ERS' LICENCES HAD BEEN RE-

TELEVISIONSales Charles D. Kirkland fondly the model sports convertible that VOKED. TilE
She classes 25 of them as due to eyes J (present.Mr. .. GREATEST OFFENCE -

such home conditions as poverty has won state and regional honors in Fisher Body Craftsman and Mrs. Ernest Croft and! WAS DRI'IXGlUU;

'#1' '''lack of clothes. and parental dis Guild contest The mouel represents 140 hours of painstakingork I I children and Jack Croft returned -I UNDER TilE INFLUENCE OF

-- interest. Ten cases were caused by and was designed and built exactly! to scale. to their homes in Charleson. I LIQUOR.
S. C. on Tuesday of last week (TilE X.TIOX.L'OICE..) '
.l- and Service :I the child's needs and abilities not i ,

Jar r.-rSJ_S Stfl !I titling into the school program. after a visit with Mrs. Croft's I =
.flssflpsss r.ssssnssssssssrsS Charles D. Kirkland Wins% Detroit : J. Warren mrtrnm
Tripin brother E. and Mrs.
caused by emotional -
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida :; Eight cases were I II .NOTICK'. TO .\PPEn ;
difficulties in the child'shome. Warren. I. Circuit ( .rt. Bradford Ce..iy.'

--- -- k. .", o. -_ _6 ': I Miss Elizabeth Terry has returned -I' I.erm Florirtis' Holmes la Chaartrr i il::1 f stubborn drains
Plaintiff. \ !t. IValia
She has also tried to work out Fisher Body Craftsman's Contest to her home here after a1 Holmes Defendant. Should get you down

t he school adjustment problemsof stay of several days with her sister >tire. T.pPPAr.. Case X... 10-596; Can us for help

Sell It Rent It Trade It 33 children who attended school I "When better cars are built." Mrs. C. E- Strickland in I dence To: and liealia address Holmes, whose resi I We're best in town.
and India is: rnfcnuwn
Gainesville.Mrs. .
tegularly but failed to get much 16->ear-old Charles D. Kirkland of You
are hereby
out of it. Many of these cases are Starke may have a hand in it. j i While in Detroit. Kirkland will I Daisy Lippham and grandson I suit, for divorcehas notified that a : You'll know uhere to turn next

WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLew I caused by emotional disturbances. Kirkland is a state and regional'' campus tour Michigan ride in State a caravan College's of I Jeffrey Saunders of Dade I I above been named filed Court against and you cause!in and the I time that plumbing acts up.

Miss Jennings also had 16 cases champion in the Fisher Body I City spent last week with her you are required to serve a -opy ofl I
I colorful new cars, and tour the I your answer or pleading to the Call us and we'll send
Guild a
Good Results Easy To Place referrals from individuals Craftman's composed of complaint man
Rates she termed as I "Rocket" brother T. L. Wainwright and on the Plaintiffs Attorney
engine plants of Olds- i
OH LESS. ONE INSERTION - 50c 1: and agencies on behalf of I young designers and builders of Mrs. Wainwright.Mr. E. K. Perryman. Stark... Florida right onr.'t' are always
20 WORDS model cars.Kirkland. mobile Division of General Motors. I sad file the original In the office
EACH AIWITION'AL WORD 2cIHsCOr.NT children whose parents refused Other sights contemplated for and Mrs. Rudolph Prevatt of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ready for any emergency.

them medical treatment or other has won a four-day. and baby son arrived home from or hrfort the 16 day' ..r ..VupiivSa4 ,
OF IS PKH CT.NT OTWO OH MOIIU INSERTION expense-paid trip to Detroit wherehe I the young designers are the cycle ; ; otherwise the allegation.-

necessities. will with 19 other shop where the Wright brothers Texas last week. Rudolph has just I said Complaint will be taken a- confessed
: ADDITIONAL: FOR BLIND AIM OK .(USO'f: P.\lU" ADI'.INCH compete developed the first successful airplane been discharged from the Army by you.
regional winners for generous college This notice sSkii few publishedonce
Walker Bids I and the tiny workshop and came to visit his parents be- I each .
Burton week for four
ME-MOKI.VMS, CARDS OF THANKS, RKSOLUTIONS 20c Per Line : scholarships and other prizes. c mseeutiv
where Thomas A. Edison usheredin fore entering upon some other weeks In the Bradford County Telefraph. -
(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) On Rosier Road Job 'I Kirkland won an award of $150 -
1 the of electricity.The phase of work.
age I Dated tinIt::
for winning the state honors. His I day of Jul\I 1 I' i
I Guild convention: is to be : (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
is the
'I I then best his Danny Phillips spending
Burton Walker Construction Co. i I car was judged in I I Clerk of the Circuit Court
POWER LAW.V MOWER for rent held July 20 through July 23. It I
I week in Millan, Ga. with his brother By Marian L.
division; the Crosby. Deputy Clerk
| for
the low bidder age region comprising ,
by the hour at Tiny's Service Station of Plant City was is sponsored the Guild and
A. J. Thomas. Starke, Fla. Temple Ave. tfrhg i\on surfacing the Rosier Road the Alabama. Mississippi. and !I eral! Motors. by Gen- I and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. :7 i It 4! v It

State Road department announcedlast Florida. j I W. C. Phillips. .
OLD RAIJS W.\\TEo-Cest price
H'" I I paid for good < lean cotton ra!;!. \ week. Burton Walker is also He is now competing nationally : Guests of the A. M. Blanchard I

FOR SALE j I Xo khaki or wool Telegraph. !widening Call and Walnut streets for eight scholarships. two for i Thirty 4-H Girls 'I family during the weekend included -

('or\1'Ien nEn HAM* I in Starke and constructing abridge ,! $4000 each two for $3000, two I Leave For Camp I Miss Arthurine Blanchard of

Hi mere peraa arou' In ( hy of I KOll S\IK and five culverts on State i for $2000 and two for $1000. The I Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.'
l.aittrr. Fares Important Uh- I !loT UI".1 ICK CO. tfI !Monday MorningThirty I
....>. Ideal localio* for home I Road 100 between Starke and Keystone -j scholarship winners will be announced J. B. Dye of Kingsley Lake.

or far ...Iodh 1..10.. Priced tor i FOR RENT Unfurnished house. In- I Heights. while he is in Detroit at' Miss Gladys Kemp of Savannah
... .. I Bradford County 4-H
a quirk quire at Station. tf I
bid the Guild convention. 'Ga. the weekend with her
ButtonValkers was $221- I club spent
girls are getting ready for
3u foot...111.ih': Poiillae aluminum llou.e auaiag.Full Trailer -. I S LET J. D. ODOM. JR. I' 431 for the 7.7 miles of State ] Kirkland's prize-winning modelI the annual trip to the 4-H Campat I j I father W. P. Kemp.
1 MILK YOURCATTLE convertible
) equipped for modern li '- I 11 AMI HOGS Road S-125 from State Road 200 I a two-seat sports Cherry Lake in Madison Coun-. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roberts of

I... Silm.uc trd M and\ prrii.aIlYl.olalled 100 ft. l..l. :i, SALES (U. S. 3011) north of Lawtey. west !jit is carved from wood. but many ty Monday. They will camp with ,West Palm Beach were in Lawtey
Lite Oak Kara Wedneoday its of authentic ma-
For kale Milk or Mlthout lot. I] _.;.t.pIll. .:.rlo FridayFOR I to the Union County line. jof I parts are ( girls from St. Johns and Citrus :Monday tnd Tuesday.visiting her Sewing Machine Operators
\>..ald runkidrr eirhauee fur i terials. It has rubber tires; I .
1 Counties. sisters Mrs. Mae Wells and
I. Marke.SOI ,
horn* Ill'-N'T-Furnished apartmentone chrome hub caps bumpers and (!
farm modern home, bedroom anil gla!II

feaj-nl acre and rro_ ,......... Portion 'I ing pon-h large living 46 South room. FILL DIRT shield; and a steering wheel made .1 schedule of activities including I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bennett Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES
,: kitchen and dinnette.
.f laad needed to improvenature. swimming, handcraft and folk- spent from Thursday to Monday
Prirr $lh' .OOO.OO.SUIMN I St. or apply at Tuck's Auto Cafe. of crate wire.Kirkland .
,..I".a term girls will be i nell Wilkinson. \
UA BINTS FOR :SALE-Nite.:' oung. his masterpiece. It is scaled at accompanied by Miss

('It,. M.. What... you "aalf I..althHh'k in chinchillas alldS..w TOP SOILSee the rate of one inch per one foot Dorothy Ross, home demonstration -I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson: Company Benefits
Zealand Whites. Good meat Include Group Life &
I hate it. does, bred or ready to breed Will of actual automobile size. Every agent; Mrs. Gilbert Brown, of Jacksonville spent the weekend Hospital

1 sell herd or any part at a low. I item is scaled from the radiatorto I and Mrs. Tyler Jones. i with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Insurance. Paid Vacations and Others
A. J. THOMAS 21 '
Set them highway
prite.between Keystone on Heights and the exhaust pipe. and including The Council girls older girls and Troy Bennett. Little Wayne Bennett APPLY AT OUR OFFICE

IIKU. I>TATE DEILF.R : the sign Grolirk & Hutsun or ,,I BILL JACKSON the'rear view mirror. I those who have been to camp i returned home with them for
Air. Telephone 214MarLc phone Melruse. I'.r :i-277: or write Kirkland's prizes so far include several 10th & CHURCH STREETS
:u.4 Temple Kla 4U 7 Ifi I times. will take over manyof j a visit.
lit 1.
Florida Jackson Transfer Com pall;: .a ring. two trophies, and a blue I i the details of running camp. Mrs. C. A. McSwain and Mrs.

'FOR SALE:Earthworms and Wip1 Phone 165 blazer jacket. He was 15 when hj These I Jackie BIG DAD
1 jtlers.-Hardman's Fish Camp. ,i I girls are an important part Ruth Jones and daughter. Manufacturing Co.
COOKVANTEl: at New KingleyI entered the contest and is competing !
..a,'h tf rhgBAUIOS Hampton Lake._4t|>-7 2": I of the camp staff. I were visiting relatives in the
in the Junior Division.
He The number of gills who. have :Sampson City area Sunday.
I I \\XTEII--For summer program I I I placed second in the state last Starke, Fla.CHILDREN'S .
Jigsaw puzzles and children> ,! signed up so far to go from the Mrs. Louis H. Hill was attending -

Make All !Model ,i gamev. Pleas.ei.nti.t Florence :: -.... _._
year.He following clubs: Starke Fifth and to business in Ft. Myers the ""'" -
: offue phune 5l'-J. r '" ALL TYPES OF -
tteaionable ('...ra. gaaraateedcms. Jennings estimates that he has put 19
('. SHEPHERD I I :Ml._ _It-dh ixth grades. 12; town clubs. 7; I first of the week. ::,. ; v.
Ii'i "r -- -
oats of paint on the model. He I : 'T:: : :
T>.3V.. tall St. Stark r>. sac; I II PEST CONTROL Lawtey, 4; and Heilbronn, 3; and 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McGuinn and t"W""; ;:' _n _ .
I:FOR SAI.K-Ijirge pedestal <:!o; in.) '!said there were two coats of sealer
W.\'l'IU fan 5 sjeed.cuitable for chiin-h, Brooker 3. children of White Plains. N. Yarrived ,
!&Ii'M: 'M\\
OPKN'lN: : xo\v-in I'liion County I More or lodge. P. (>. Box 56I.tarke. !>. TERMITES three coats of primer. and 14 coatsof The girls will leave from the last week for a staof: SAT. a MON.( ONLY
for profitable Home Service' I Fla lip| lacquer. The model i3 maroon.
Business with well know lUwIcigh I couit house at 10 a.m. 'Mondaymd rome time with relatives in the

1'iotliu-ls.! See Mr". Lillian. I Fl'I.I. 1'1UE-Onl $ifl-'hinre: Household CommercialGROVE will return noon Saturday.: j Lawtey area. Mrs. McGuinn will
\i1nfl. I'-itx. 2JT.; Iain.IU... Kla.v ,.f a lifetime. Just off U S. 111gb-
>r wiite r.awleigh's, Oept. KAt -ay. :i miles to to"II. :2 a'res. a Keystone firemen I be remembered as Miss Laura

J70-45.; Memphis. Tenn. 5tl-t/30: large garden withariety of vegetables. Call for estimate I Hobbs Durban. We hear that they art'
cozy 4-room bungoil.only .w BHS
I ( 1 Ii yrs. old) J rooms ned i I Seeks New Hose i contemplating locating in Florida
finishing touches, running water. Florida Pest Control r Plans To Train Wesley Arwood of the U S
Electric and electricity lawn and :
|I gas small tool house. ]0'. C. Holling-- & Chemical Co. For Fire TruckThe Junior Life SaversBHS I Navy was home from Cuba last
I Ii
worth, Strout Realty. Stark.. }'I.. I Boxer
weekend for visit with his family
REWOUND ANDSERVIC 1'. O Box ::O. Bargain list mailed I 2220 X.AV. 6th St. l>h. 6033 I: a Shorts

ED | free._ Itchg I Gainesville, Flit.1)o i Keystone Heights Town I II Coach Jimmy Hobbs lifesaving isrgan'zmg :! in Jacksonville.here. They also visitedrelatives

: > a course in junior
FISH BAIT:-Australian graY" iricKetfc Council agreed to 750
Small Appliance Repair I now ready for the fish at I I purchase I I beginning Ionday. July 26. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Pain.sh and
'I' 311'e'. Washington 8Ph M-l.II feet of 2 1-2 inch hose for the
Hobbs said the classes wouldast I son of Maxville were visiting hi.- ,
Machine WorkS 4tche 7 i\
General I! C. Douglas. i volunteer fire department at their
I *BB> aaBaBHHiKaaBBBBiiBi>BBBaBBBaMaaBaBaMia B aaaBB B ii and he sister. Mrs. S. A. Hicks. and
You Want To Be A for one week, hopeso I .
;i MODERN HOME on plot 14" ft \ i i regular meeting Tuesday night. :
family on Sunday.
.. : find about 20 applicants.The I
1 :on ft.. a-rooms. and bath .1- SUCCESSFULReal !JA request for the hose was made *
All Work uaranteed: looking lake with lake privilegeI course will be given to boys I Mrs. James Hogan of Jacksonville Slight Irreg. _
:by Fire Chief C. J. Bastedo
Rates I Orange. grap fruit. tang..rillo'i Estate Broker or ; and girls between the ages of 12 : spent Saturday with heri
Reasonable Plenty of shade.i11 p: \ed thp fire department found itself f
i highway. Close to school. md 16. Candidates must have i I sister. Mrs. O. J. Anders. Little 39c ValueLadies .

S 'I churches and grocery Will ell\ SALESMAN? with only 100 feet of serviceablehose passed the Red Cross swimmer'stest i Billie Anders accompanied his,
furnished I or unfurnished TartI left for
RED SEAL I dn n-timid Term.S.-e F *' owe can coach )OU in use. before they are eligible. The jaunt I home for a visit. ,

liullingswurth.. Rep., Str"l1n..al.- ONLY OXE WEEK for the The fire department found six course will be given at Gold Head Guests of the T. L. Wainwrights 1
t Starke Fla. P. O. Box :S07 out of 12 sections of '
) hose defective -
& MACHINE'SIIOI rigid state examination: for a since the during the weekend included B.
ELECTRIC Bargain list mail BKOKKK'S or SALKS-: Saturday night when they has facilities and instructors avail- ,C. Wainwright and son. Billy of' POLOS

MAVS Real Estate License were called to extinguish a fire at Atlanta, Ga., and the Doc Wain- ,
in the
Starke Fla. able to assist training.
J. Thomas.
: For further information the home of Mrs. Ella Bird. Monday I of Jacksonville. Betty
F.V.. GlUl'nOXO'Df'r. Coach Hobbs said transporta'ion right family
you are cordially Invited night the volunteers tested
HIS Wainwright are'i
and Frankie
will be furnished. with buses I
Manager without cost or obligation to the remaining six sections and Limit
FOR SALE ,leaving the USO Building at 9 i(spending the summer with theii C
St. Phone 397SUrke LECTURE. four of them defective.
106 Washington a.m. each day. He plans to have grandparents. .
Fla. T..t'rH h..... (I already 8 PJL, Wednesday. July 21. This left the department with just ,''a practical lesson each morning. I Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hazeler-I! Slight Irreg.

-- old) .o.. vader rom lrucli.a.Ktrr 1934 in the Air Conditioned two 50-foot sections of hose. .
I ia book work after I son and children of Montgomery.Ala.
ia Bradford picnic lunch.
SAJ.KS LAOY W.\STtlI.-Writl. couple Slue Room of the George The volunteers also asked for S
89c ValueAnklets
n..s U!. Starke. Fla. Itchg '! fuualjr nao "..!. a fcume for J lunch and another practical lesson .. were guests of the H. C. Kel- ;
.... .. ... low Washington Hotel Jarkson- "
tll. al low r ( "S3000 to build a new fire house week.
.... lowasu.thly in the afternoon. leys Thursday of last i ii
work job. lailial pap.iCat. ille.
MANAXTS-tractor for the fire truck that the town
Horae Ui-Kmuey, Uraham FU. I IltP pameal are latilrdto I' The 12 candidates who passed i The George Arwood family. ac-
ore the p1... aad uprrifiratiuua will receive in August. The firemen : and
her I
| I. my offlre.luu CLYDE B. GORE i the course last year are urged to Icompanied I by parents.Ir ,

}"tl SAL.K-Colored feed bag" S<*r said that they could not dry !repeat the course this year. Coach (Mrs. Root all of Miami :;.spt-n

each. Orval Oul\er. Rrownlre are iatUrd .. go Mlta me to their hose properly, at their present from Thursday to Saturday with C
tar site ..d ocr the tpe of !:Hobbs will also assist strong swim-
Staike. ,
'toa.1. lit 2. Box IJS. ltl (
i axtrarliua .... lo lullo.. it parade which heightens its i imers who wish to practice; the Ii his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. B ,.
rtrr> utrp u( the nay to completion. i rate of decay.
C 'I'PUK, middle aged dependable.Mt I,. I I I various strokes used in life saving. Arwood. On Friday evening the I
want to manage small
i Several members of the town
motel Write Hobprtal.. it'kl... > I'He wojild like to work with these R. A. Whitehead family of St.arkeI -
.. I
tl-l'! 23 If thin I. eoiae to he your council volunteered labor. materials -
1'in1fa3I'krda. >oa arr ralillrd Iw ocr waalc I i swimmers next week before the i came over and the group enjoyed

..r. I... II aad to ore hot It Cut Fosftr, Cleaner, EaskrYou'll and other services to the life saving course gets underway. | a buffet dinner in the Arwood
U built. firemen for the construction of,
FOR SALE : Suitable badges and awards will ; home.

j \...t !. jour .purlunil> lo do save time and effort the r>row>sed structure in orderto be to those who the :1 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wolf ar $ Limit
I given pass
3 IIUOM IIOI *K-..llh Mreeardorrhea : juM '10... :Nun i. ,our opportuait when your saws have been hold its cost down. mother. all of
manias Mater, elecIrirlO. ) lo pi.... out >.ur home life guard course. i companied by his
.. one aerr t.f land .a the lot of your rlrrtiua. sharpened on' our precision The firemen will hold their third I Wilmington. Del., spent last week S Odds&E.nds I
off Highway SOI Can be I machine. All teeth are made :i annual firemen's ball tomorrow i
b.UBhl ttilh .. ...... ",IIIP.t. : I brlirtr >..u mill lara agree !Mrs. Marion Howe ; with her mother Mrs. S. A. Hicks .
Pay Tea Itollarn \\eekly.llen I with .... thai ibIs i.. pour ItP- uniform and accurate night (Saturday) at the pier on : I and family.Mr. I 19c

.oaahle.SHE urtHnitr to O..B jour on a just like new.You'll .;Keystone Peach. The dance will Seeks More Help I M. Jones anddaughter I Value \
j hour tar home thai JOB hate and Mrs. B. -
lunged for aad the home lonhirh be begin at 9 p.m. Proceeds of the of Jacksonville. were

: GEORGK: AT >ou are ju.il> ..Ii II..... pleased w i t hu1.itL : dance will go towards the new fire On Economic Survey ,I weekend ,guests of Mrs. C. A Me- .

I, our speedy truck. :Mrs Marion Howe Starke's ex- Swain. Friends of the McSwain f I .
Coney Island Apt. (2)fhureh ) A. J. Thomas service and cf/ 'II i II III -
| !
I uutive secretary for the Chamberif I twins. Ronnie and Donnie. will be We Exchange

and Tenth Sts. j I with your easy Starke's Firemen Commerce. said this week that happy to know they have made ) !
I IIKAI. K.T\TK.. DKVI.KHIttlleaiple I We Refund
I Ite Telephone 514Marie. cutting saw. ] f Hold Picnic : .he needed additional help in her' the Rotary Little League Baseball !
I 1.. i Florida 1I I 1\ .I i 1 economic survey that she is conducting I Nine in Ft. Pearce and are We Satisfyi'I

1i I I The members of Starke's volunteer -. for Penn T. Watson, North I now playing on the team. Con-
1X.H1 S.t1.1-EkitTie portable sewIng WANTED-Thre.- middle-aged men i ALSO
mat'bine. like new }j!>JII 0. for maintenance and ground work! SHARPEN fire department will hold Carolina tobacco and radio man. gratulations to them.

Singer. drophead sewing niaihine Inquire at New Kingsley Beaih. ALL KINDS OF TOOLS, ,its first annual picnic at Chief!I'Watson wants to explore the pos- I Little Misses: Linda and Janet
&. W. B. Irvine, lit 1. t
perfect $3 tf
1.awley. Inquire at Standard Oil : Knives Scissors, Etc. |D.V.. Carpen er's lake home on sibilities of establishing; a radioin Stroughton. of Jacksonville. are

Station. Up CASHIER. -and Hostess wanted I All New Equipment I Santa Fe Lake Sunday.The the Starke area. I spending the summer vacation A ,

PARAKEET- 81'Ef'IAL-While present Gold$ experience House; Restaurant.necessary Appl ItchgWANTED ) I volunteers will attend the Mrs. Howe said that she needed I I with the C. R. Whitehead family.

supply lasts baby: Parakeets I CALVIN JOHNS j picnic in staggered shifts so that, help in making a survey of the I Mrs. Whelan. Mrs. Swanbom. .
each. IMease bring ,
all t nlorH. JOB \- tractor driver! orfarm. '
"ag.Mrs; T. F Bruxn. Hampton. I John l'ad M, K:if\! 465 N. Water St. 'the town will not be left unpro- Raiford area Penney Farms area. Mrs. Miner, Mrs. Dinkins. and \

Fla ill' T-2" n-aham Fin 1'1 tected. I i and Graham area. Mrs. H. Wainwright artat- !iiu-w'jiuuf-n rru u

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Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03281
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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(T' Everything's Changed But The Water Tank

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Official County Publication Established In 1879

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p* t ;a Rites Thursday For E. S. Matthews, Starke Shown ProsperingBy

A'. Publisher And State Official
'$ 1' Former

: : : By Mid. EvaluationsPost

Eugene S. Matthews. 82, publisher

of the Bradford County Tele-
graph during half a century and How do we stand financially? Is it boom or bust in

: ; member of the State Railroad and Office Nears 1954? As the year passes the halfway mark economists

:; :;: Public Utilities Commission for': : all over the nation are placing their fingers on the country's

22 years, died at noon Tuesday in 1 financial pulse for some mid-year indications of prosperity.Here .

r Orange Memorial Hospital, Orlando Goal I in Bradford County it appears to be a mixture of
Long Sought
1- where he was admitted two
: boom and bust. The farmers have suffered one of their worst
He had been in ill
; weeks
ago. financial setbacks in years, but the City of Starke is steam-

,. -SUfkeV watertank. pictured abo\e in it. showing such signs of wear and tear that it is be- health Born for near several Providence years. on July Of first Class' i iStarke's ing forward in one of its most promising looking years in
history. There increases in construction bank deposits
"younger day*.* The tank has been in use concoining a hazard (See the article: "Can \Ve Af- 9. 1872, Mr. Matthews was the are new -

timully since the turn of the century, and' it is now ford To Gamble?" on thiswek's editorial page.) son of the late William W. and jP city revenue, and postal receipts.
drive for i
persistent a
Matthews, j
.. Polaroid t- lInute Photos by the Telegraph i Ella Tallula first class" post office may be | Other articles in the Telegraphwill
early settlers of the western partof Slight Increase
these factors detail,
fulfilled this year as postal re- go into in
His grand-
Bradford County. but brief analysis of the total

Farmers Suffer Heart-Breaking Year As Low Prices father settled was near Jackson Fort E.Call Matthewswho in that rated itupi.s! increase.first continue class Starke's during their steady post the Bland-office postwar j Planned In New "i picture Starke a shows is in: a "building boom"

area, before the Civil War. ing days but immediately dropped !School Budget (I which threatens to top the record

After the death of his father bark to second class when the (I I mark set in 1941 during the early
Cut Farm Income Almost $200,000 From Last YearBradford the family moved to Gainesville I camp was closed. i i I!I Blanding construction. New residence -
Calling for a small increase
where :Mr. Matthews began a long ; Receipts for the fiscal year ending II I, construction is at an all-
and distinguished career of news- June 30, 1954 show $42,484.67.well oVel last year the proposed budgetof I time high.
County's farmers suffered service. His first' the Bradford County Board of; The five cent utility
The annual reports from the county's two markets are as follows: paper apd public above the $40,000 required city's per
one of their most heartbreaking STAKRE MARKET job.was as a newsboy for the old J for first class designation. But Public Instruction of $704,978 was tax on gas and electricity showsa
years in history as low Gainesville Daily Bee, and at the class designations are based on made public this week by H. P. $2,000 increase of 40.000 in
demand and low prices plagued Strawberries 10,299 crates, avg. $8.64 $88,916.75 Eugene S. Matthews Morgan. secretary. Millage tax actual and electric
age of ten he was taken into the calendar rather than fiscal years, I gas consumption. -
them throughout the marketing Pecans 197.455 lbs., avg. $.15 1-4 $29,798.11 shop and taught to set type. Later'he so the Starke post office must rate for' educational purposes, .

season Prices remained so low .Corn 50,020 crates, avg. $1.64 $81,646.25 was employed by newspapers}company to volunteer its services wait another six months before however, will be 19, same as it Starke's post office may soon

that "good" crops barely made Cucumbers 21,123 tubs, avg. $2.17 $45,67450 !n Ocala and at 16 was a full- : hi this state. It became Company officially making the grade. was last year. Ibe designated "first class" for the

expenses, and several commoditieswere Potatoes 704 hampers, avg. $1.37 $961.35 fledged editor and publisher of''!M of the First Florida Volunteer Receipts for the first six monthsof The increase of $24,290 is largely -I first time since Camp Blanding

\ complete financial failures. String Beans 1,370 hampers avg. $1.47 $2,012,75 the Lake Weir Independent. !Infantry. 1954 were $19,710.09, slightly due, Morgan said, to the addi- closed. Postal receipts have been
farmer's can be : Mr. Matthews member of.under half of the goal. Christmas tion rising steadily in recent years, but
The plight gen- Shellie Beans '- 160 hampers, avg. $2.75 $440 Like many another ambitious I was a of five teachers, and the in-
erally attributed to a mix-up in young printer, he was on the the First Methodist Church of mail and packages are relied uponto crease in ranks of many currently the 1953-54 fiscal year doubled
Pole Beans 100 hampers, avg. $2 $200
"Mother Nature's" delicate time- lookout for a "county seat week( Starke and had served as a make up the slight deficit.In employed. Total number of teachers -I previous growth figures.

table. Bradford County growers Peas 4,077 hampers, avg. $1.17 $4,756.10 ly" and, learning that The Telegraph trustee and member of the Boa.i comparison with this year's12,484.61 in the school system will be I Bank deposits are up nearly
Okra 15 $350 $52.50 I $- total, ,$500,000, although they do not
aim at marketing their crops hampers avg. might be for sale toe came 1 of Stewards for many years. i I previous gross re- 126 of which 95 are white, and
lull which Egg Plant 75 tubs, avg. $1.67 $125.25 In 1953 he I ceipts are as follows: j necessarily reflect general pros-
during a slight occursas here and purchased the paper inl was among a group i 31 colored.
Bank President W B.
] Year ending June 30, 1953 | perity.
Plant City taper off and Pepper10,401 tubs avg. $1.54 15958.20 of prominent Floridians cited dur- -
crops January of 1893. He continued!I $36,423.27; Practically 2-3 of every dollar jSewell said much of the increase
before Thomasville, Ga., Butter Beans 272 $1.75 $476 ing the University of Florida Centennial -
just crops -- hampers avg. as publisher until the paper was f Year ending June 30, 1952 budgeted for public instruction is was due to increased public funds
matuie. This year all three areas Lima Beans250 hampers, avg. $2.02 $506 sold to his son in 1932. !I for outstanding leadership ,$33,426.21; spent for teachers salaries; a total -I I[rather than increased deposits by

marketed their crops simultaneously TOTAL SOLD 296,321 units $271.523.79 Soon after moving to Starke he' and distinguished service to the ,' Year ending June 30, 1951 of $451,166 is allocated for individuals.

BROOKER STATE: FARMER'S MARKET was elected to the City Council 'I' people of Florida. $28,569.64; I that purpose. Purchases in Bradford County's

This hamper supply flooded the Irish Potatoes 41,11150-lb bags $54,053.28 and later served as its chairmanfor I Mr. Matthews is survived by Year ending June 30, 1950 A meeting of the Board of Pub- retail stores for 1953, just re-
markets at the same time that 'his widow, Mrs. Ida Witkovski show retail
almost ten years. His early $27.396.42. ported this week that
Cucumbers 19,487 bushels $15,353.26Bell I' ) lic Instruction will be held Monday,
the nation's housewives were apparently public service also included one Matthews, Starke: a daughter.Mrs. ,sales reached $8,670,000. This was
19 1954: at 10 in the ,
19,483 bushels 16857.47 ; The total figures show that thisyear's July a. m.
skimping on fresh vege- Pepper term as County Treasurer, and I H. B. McLendon Orlando: a: almost a million dollars higher
postal receipts not only ex- courthouse, at which time the
tables in belt-tightening grocery Black Val. Beans 9,858 hampers $23,345.62 membership on the City Board of son, Eugene L. Matthews Starke; ;,;ceed those of previous years, but proposed budget will be open for than the 1952 sales of $794,000

budgets. The housewives'may Corn 7,858 crates -- $11,361.69 Bond Tnistees. He was a mem- one sister Mrs. Lillie M. Edwards the increase doubled in momentum discussion by the public. The gain in local sales volume

have been prompted by family unemployment Crowder Peas 6,401 hampers $6,784.03 ber of the County Board of Bond Ft. Lauderdale: and four grand- during the year. It jumped froma topped the state's percentage gain
fear of unemployment Green Beans 3,442 $6,516.85 Trustees the School children. The budget is punted in full and was almost double the national
Tender hampers and County I I $3,000 increase in 1952-53 to a
fear of depression, of mere Funeral services will be held I elsewhere in this paper ,gam tn sales volume
Speckled Butter Beans 4,700 hampers $8,022.20 Trustees for many years and served I $6.000 increase in 1953-54. I

ly reacting against the high retail White Butter Beans 3,000 hampers $5,882,35\: :;: as chairman of those bodies Thursday I afternoon at 4 o'clockin I j In contrast to the increase in

price on vegetables. Black Eyed Peas 2,460 hampers $2,857.89 during the county's early road the First Methodist Church. :postal receipts, the amount on deposit III
Farmers in the Brooker area and school building programs.In Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell of Jack- I in postal savings on June
2,053 -
are now looking to their tobaccoto Squash -- hampers 1905 Mr. Matthews was sonville, a former pastor here, 30 was $244,435.00. This was a
pull them out of the hole. Pole Beans 2,185 hampers $5,170.87 ejected to his first term as i JMglL' officiate, -assisted by the:sizable decrease from $257,664 last

Tobacco has been the county'stop Lima Beans 1,004 hampers $1,699.65 -, representative in the State Le is- J present pastor, Rev. Robert Som- year and $258,637 for the year
money trop for the T>ast"two ..' L'hanbeiry Beans 946 hampers $2,453.60 lature. He was returned in 1907 mer. '' before.
years, but its high cost of production Egg Plant 382 bushels $504.75 and honored by being elected Interment will be in the family Money orders valued at $551-

means that the farmer's Okra 49 bushels $132.82 ; Speaker of the House for that plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery with 611.84 were written this year as

ret profit might still be small. Butter Peas 32 hampers $64.00 session. He also served at two !DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home -n compared with 543813.00 last WithOut -

The county's growers dropped to Red Pepper 111 bushels $55.50 other sessions 1911 and 1923. I'charge of arrangements. year.

approximately $630.000 from last Cantaloupe 50 crates $154 It was at this latter session I I un __ ,,
year's estimated $815.000 total that Florida's first of
H. Peas 18 hampers $27 system
sales and 1952's total of near Purple I 1 preferential roads was set up. Commissioners Get $177,808 Budget
$1.000.000 in sales. Revenue increased TOTAL SOLD -- 124.690 units $163,584.80 'His efforts were instrumental in : ;

at the Starke market because 'getting State Road 13 (now U. S.

of a larger volume of crops I 13011) designated as a state aid: Which Would Keep Present Tax Levy
gold but it decreased sharply at road and included in this program

the BrcoVrr market althoughther This was the first hardsurfacedroad
I A Net
was also a slight increasein Work. in Bradford County.In A tentative budget calling for I the amount of moneythat can be : :

volume.! 1924 Mr. Matthews was appointed : the expenditure of $177,808 was expended in the hospitahzation of

Revenue at the Starke Market ,c j to the Railroad and Public !i approved Monday by the County anyone indigent person.A I

increased to S271 523.79 from last Begun Utilities Commission by Governor .Commissioners for running Brad- copy of the tentative budget
vear's 21636777. The volume _- Car A. Hardee to fill an unex- i I ford County in the fiscial year will be published next week. It I Yet
increased to 296.321 from 142.2S6 'II:- term. He elected '
pired was to i beginning October 1. 1954. and will be up for final approval in
Revenue lit the P.rooker market I five additional four-year terms, re- i lending September 30, 1955. | the August 2 meeting of the Coun- I
fell) to $163.58480 from last year's On tiring in 1916 due to ill health.As .
The tax levy is set at 17.25 mills. > ty Commission, at which time the
$251 710 92. Volume increased to
a member of the Commissionhe
which( is the same as it was last! public will be given'an opportunityto
1211 590 from 119820. _.. served several terms as its I'
j year. j jI present its views.
Revenue from watermelon shipped chairman and :
New 1 -This UU3.60)I' Rev. W. S, McAliIer, chairmanof /
I amount slightly ( ) :
from the Brooker area dropped recognition and respect for the I ;
000 last r below the figure of the original !ii the Children's Committee and I
from an estimated $50 fairness of his discisions on this _
budget approved a year ago. but Mrs. Edward Burns appeared be- :_ .
vear to less than $25.000 this year j regulatory board. i ,
This year's top money crops were: Houses During the Spanish-American is appreciably below the total fore the Board to request con- ,_
Tobacco (1953): $153.578.72! spent, including the amended bud- sideration for a budget to be used
War, Matthews
"Major" as ne
Corn: $93,007.94 I get, of $185,360.10.Although 'by Dr. Florence Jennings. Brad- Dog Catcher Oscar Waters is shown with one of his charges in
|was to friends and assaI -
Strawberries: $38.916.75 I''ciates throughout the state, was income from taxes will ford County Juvenile Counselor. front of the Starke dog pound Waters had nine dogs behind ban
I in her
work with the
Cucumbers: $61.027.75 Worker are picture! laying the foundations for the first 27 housesin i commanding officer of the Bradford -II I Abe up Circuit Court Clerk Charles,' dependentand within three days after he had taken the job.

Potatoes: $55.014 63 the Demetree Builders, Inc. housing project re ently. These houses. County unit of Florida State Darby stated that other revenues : delinquent children. The bud- I

These Pepper figures: show the$32.815.67 seriousneSs I are playing their part in making 1954 one of the biggest building Troops, said to have been the first are income expected from to gasoline be lower.taxes For one is 'get of $500 consisted to be mainly used of to the provide sum I Oscar Waters Has Great SuccessAs

of this year's low demand I "boom" jean in Starke's history. I budgeted lower than last year, emergency foster home caie. I

when compared with 1953 figures. due to an anticipated drop in Mrs. Marion Howe, of the i Starke's First Dog CatcherStarke's

a year that was marked by large Building Permits Show Starke Leads Starke Host Team I revenue caused by road repairs' Starke Chamber of Commerce. !I

volume but rather low prices. I and improvements. Another drop asked the BoaiTT.f it would co- (; first official dog catcher for rabies, (2)( ) licenced by the city,
The 1952 money leaders were: To District Tourney 'n income is expected in the Fines >per-te in an efff-t to secure a Oscar Waters, assumed his and ((3)) in a car or muzzled and

Strawberries: 197507.60 : Blandin 'Boom' In New Construction Slated Next Week and Forfeiture Fund, Darby said, greater tobacco at\'age for Brad- post last Friday and had immediate on a leash.

Tobacco ((19511>: 192260.29 I ? I as the amount turned over to that ford County; her Lint; being thatif success in rounding up stray The law calls for stiff penaltiesto

Corn: $118.5V.81 Starke's Post 56 Junior Legion fund has not come up to expecta- the acreage wa increased, it dogs. By Monday Waters had dog owners who refuse to com-
Potatoes (est.): $100.00000 i A boom in new home construction troleum Co. service station on S baseball team will be host to I1,I I tions. i nine dogs residing in the city's ply with it. It provides for up toa
might be possible t, get a tobacco
Pepper $92.337.14 is boosting Starke's building Walnut St. The station will cost Ocala, Gainesville, and Willistonnext Prior to adopting the tentative, I Icoulty. new "canine cooler" near the sew- $500 fine or 90 days in jail for

This season marked the first I.activity to a peak which threatens $25.000 when completed. week for the 1954 district ,budget, the County Commissioners ;; auction market located in this i I age plant balky dog owners.

year recently that at least one Ito smash all previous records, including Homes under construction since tournamest.: Games will be played I i discussed several phases of it, '' The BoaAl asked Clerk I Waters claims he owes his success Dog licences can be obtained at

crop !;has not enjoyed extreme I. the city's all-time high of I II ''I the first of the year were built nightly: Monday through Wednesday -'t'with possible economies in mind. Charles Darby to 'draft a letterto to a subtle approach in which the City Hall for $1 and proof of

financial success. Last year pep |'I$366,935 in new construction set'during for: Clayton Wise. $5.000, : Mar- or Thursday starting at 8 p Jn. i They once again reviewed ways Senators Holland and Smathers, I he eases up to the dog in a friendly I innoculation. When a dog is pickedup

per made a "killing" with 595.973'-1), the eaily Camp Branding 1|i garet Blankenship $10,000; H. taike broke into the win and means of tightening up conj and Representative D. R. Matthews manner and then quickly slips its description is posted in
j .
81 in sales. In 1952 potatoes were era of 1941.Permits i I: Chandler $10,000: Mack S. Futch ;column Tuesday night by polishingoff uols I|a rope around his neck. He used City Hall for three days. The owner
on purchases, and also
j talked. in the
in such high demand that they I! for construction to- $10,000; Lacey Conway, $3,000; previously unbeaten Ocala requesting assisting ihis I method successfully for two must pay the $3 catcher's fee

were not even brought to the tailing $139,018 were issued by the I 1V.I O. Bridges $5,000: M. H. Pack- 5-3. The local team met Willistonlast !I ibout establishing limitations on matter. ':wears at Lake City. and $1 for each day the dog was

markets, but were sold "in the', during the first six monthsIof hint $10,000, Beatrice Smith. night (Thursday* at the BHS Water's success vindicates the boarded by the city.

field" for an estimated $100.000. j I[I: 1954. In addition, permits for.' $3.000: J. W. Thomas $4,000: M. ,'tad'um at 8 p.m. for their last Little Things Mean A Lot --- stand taken by :Mayor J- R. Wainwright As the law now stands, the dog

Strawberries had their last great i I i building costs of $189,000 have M. Sargent & Sons, $11,600; regular st'ason's. game. at a City Council meeting will be killed if not claimed within -

year in 1950: when they brought :I i been drawn up for the 'first 27 James H. Moncrief. $7,000; and Pitcher Wallace Rivers held several week's ago. Wainwright three days. Waters says be

in $237.483.90 in revenue. Since' houses in the Demetree Builders, Ester Walker $3000. Several Ocala to only five hits Tuesday claimed that the biggest factorin favors a law in which the dog Will

then the fortunes of Bradford,Inc.: project. Permits for a similar homes were listed for construci -;while striking out seven. The catching dogs was having a dogcatcher be permitted to stay at the pound

County's strawberry growers have sum will also be issued shortlyfor i jtion and repairs at 1500. ; highly rated Ocala team was VnA r .for five days before being destroy-

gone lower and lower. the 29-houses Warren subdivision -' The Carver Masonic Lodge is|!:i never able to score more than one The City Council followed another i ed. He says he wants to aid the

that will get underway'constructing a concrete block '. run in any inning, and on one line reasoning, however, and I dog owners as much as possible,
ShermanOf lodge: building at the corner of to defer action until the but he must enforce the ordinance.
Mary King shortly. occasion Rivers struck out two sought I
Reba and Oak. The cost is estimated built So here's a parting note for
two sources ,'iu received its specially i
Lake Permits from these ;consecutive batters with the bases
Kingsley alone, when added to the first at $3.000. loaded. dog net that it had on order. the city's stray dogs:
Dies At ResidenceMary this l "Hit the road its out of town I
six month's total, will place Starke teed off against OcAla'sCharles "Why pay a dog catcher?
years building over $400,000. If, Scouts And Fathers l little Haskins. who form- F11U.Y tRD4t they reasoned, "when he doesn't you'd better get; I
King Sherman, 70, resi- You can't always tell a dog !
; "
27 houses of the Demetree have to work with.
the first Work On CampsiteI erly lived in Keystone Heights, a net
dent of Kingsley Lake for six another sryhtft catcher by his net. t
project sell as expected, I j for all five of its runs. Haskinswas As it turned out a dog catcher I ti
years died recently at her residence i
27 houses will be underway be- I I The scouts and fathers of Boy '
I relieved in the third inning, 'Ct lU C Waters presented himself to
following a heart
She fore the first of the year. This i Scout Troop 70 plan a working ; and Ocala's top pitcher, Freddie the city, and the net hasn't So Lioness Club Gives
was born in Baltimore, Md.
and year's construction total will then i j party Saturday at the Camp Ray- ;JBlosch, held Starke scoreless the the Council put Waters catching Treasury To County
was a member of the Presbyterian
almost T lie
Church. near the $600,000 mark, or osier campsite. The group will I rest of the game. ktiiJ+ _dogs at the rate of $3 a catch.
double the 1941 record. I' meet at the Rayonier headquartersat ] Cancer CommitteeThe
Surviving are her husband, Eulie Rushton drove in two Now it looks like the $15
William H. Sherman Kingsley Another construction job that 8 a.m. All of the scouts and i runs for Starke and played an net will be an extravagance, since

Lake c:ne brother Arthur King will be added to the year's total fathers are urged to attend and excellant game as catcher. Edwin Waters says he doesn't like to Starke Lioness dub disbanded -

is a $6,500 addition and alterna-, to bring a lunch. Johns, Glenn Reddish and Rivers use one because it scares the recently and turned over
find one sister, Mrs. John W. Die I Little things ran mean a big difference when a town begins asking -
trich Baltimore, Md. tion to Dr. Calvin J. Houpt's Doc Two members of the troop, knocked in Starke's other runs. dogs. $33.77 which it had in its treasury -
itself: "Do 1 look my best, or do I appear a little down at the
tor's Clinic. Robert Kelly and Charles Kirk- Russell local: to the Bradford County Cancer
The funeral was hld at the i Crosby lead the 'herb?" In its recent series on Starke's strengths and'weaknesses! Waters is backed up by a city
DeWitt C5 Jones chapel in Starke Largest building permit recorded land, were elected to the "Orderof 'batsmen with two hits. He was ,ordinance which makes it illegal Fund. The money was turned over

and interment fallowed at the durins the first: sx months ofi the Arrow" and were initiated i I the only man to get a hit offBlosch's the Telegraph doe not want to underrate the power of little things J for a dog to appear on the city to Mrs. Pauline Torode chairman

Kings- Lake Cemetery. i 1954 was for the new Phillips Pe- last week. deli'eries.L like a "\\'pleome"ti&u when evaluating the city's! merits and liabilities. streets unless it is: tit) innoculated of the county cancer committee.


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rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTr!tended the rodeo in Kissimmee fessed by you. to vote in general elections under'\ Dated this SO day of June. 1)34.:
This notice shall be published once (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A DarbY
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Saturday night each week for four consecutive the Constitution and Statutes of Clerk of the Circuit Court.
BIG DADHappenings : Mrs. Mary Lou Norman was weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I this state who, is also a landowner .By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEADevery visiting her mother, Mrs. Carlos graph.Dated this 7 day or July, 1954. I in the. herein named dis- 7Uj S3
Roiser, last week. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I I trict. ,II ..
I'Dblll ked Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida: under Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Starling and Clerk of the Circuit Court I H. G. CLAYTON AdministratorState
Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
the Aet of March 3, 1879. Mr. and Mrs. Markalee Starling j/9 4t 7/30 Soil Conservation Board Do You Want To Be A

Clair I enjoyed a picnic Sunday at Hud- -- 7 9-2t-7il6 SUCCESSFULReal
c tuAduuauuu..uiu"c I son Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Green of I Election of One Supervisor For 8TICE TO APPEAR Estate Broker or
Middleburg enjoyed a fishing trip I A Term of One Year For Brad- I. rtrcBit Coart. Bradford C... 7.Florida ? SALESMAN?
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banks and I s CkaBecry.Jake
We Afford To Gamble ? I to New Smyrna over the week- ford Soil Conservation District. B. Padgett. Plaintiff, vs. Anna I
Can Mr. and Mrs. J. Davenport spent M. Padgett, Defendant. NOW we can coach you in
last week in SL Petersburg and ,end.Mr. July 20, 1954 Case Xo. lO- Sl ONLY: ONE: WEEK for the
Lakeland. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinsonwere Pursuant to the Soil Conservation :3. To: Anna M. Padgett whose residence -
(The fourth in a series of article la which the Telegraph will explore some of the good and bad Guest of Gladys Chesser over visiting friends and relativesin Act. Chapter 582: Florida and address is i : Unknown BROK}:RS w SALESMAN'S
I points about Starke as revealed in our recent community questionnaire. In bringing these matters to the weekend was her mother, Georgia during the past week. Statutes of 1949 and Chapter I I suit You for are hereby notified that a I{ Real Estate License.

light it is hoped that the Information printed might lead to elimination or correction of the Sad and I Mrs. L. W. Rahne. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dukes visited 28094 of 1953. notice is hereby tit I Divorce I For further informationyou
Heard Doris and J. D. Carlton relatives in St. Petersburg and given of an election to be held on(I has been tiled against you to the! are cordially invited
of the
further Improvement good.) Palmetto.Mr. above named Court and canoe and without cost or obligation to
had a grand time at Miami and July 20. 1954 for the election of you are required to serve a copy of
I THE QUESTION WAS ASKED: "IS THERE AN' AMPLE SUPPLY OF GOOD DRINKING Key West. and Mrs. W. B. Kines are one supervisor for a term of one I I your answer or pleading the com- ATTEND FREE LECTURE,
the proud parents of a baby girl plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney' 8 P.}(.. Wednesday, July %1.19M. ,
WATER?" THE ANSWKRS WERE: 75 YES; 4 NO. Agnes Conner, whose daughter! year. T. Frank Landrnm, Starke. Fla. \
has been ill but is improving rapid! born July 12, 1954 at the Starke Polling Flare: County Agent's and file the original In the office or\j in the Air ConditionedBlue

One of the nicest things about modern livingb ,-. < 1. ; ly. is back at work. I Maternity Hospital. Office. Agricultural Bid?, Starke, the Clerk before of the the! day Circuit of August.Court on 1954 orl: Room of the George
.. .. '- "It't.
that you can turn on a faucet and get an endless ., <'t..:...,,., = Willie Mae Judd spent her vacation -i $nv line Dobbs attended a din- I Florida. otherwise the allegations of said I Jackson.ille.
_.'7) .r'/'>'4;: .' the First Baptist Church in Complaint will be taken as confessed
stream of clear pure, drinking water directly into .<-.J..;.. '< visiting her sister,in Panama ner at Polling Place will be open be- by you '

jour home or office. It is something we've grownso ")ljy. 'jam ; r''f City and Sneads, and also her!.I Raiford. tween the hours of 9:00 A.M. and I This each notice week shall for four he consecutive published'once '; CLYDE B. GOREI
and Helen Norman 5:00 P.M.
of Carlos
accustomed to that we take it for granted.As t, mother in Altha. Guest I weeks In the Bradford County Tele-i
I.i Bertha Beck visited relatives in Sunday were Mrs. Cora Grif- All qualified electors residing I rraph.
Starke's citizens pointed out in answering Gunthersville Ala. over the week-I fis and Daughter Fay Morris. within the .District shall be eligible -I

tie questionnaire, Starke's water supply has been I end.. I Ruth Lazenby was visiting her I to vote in this election.A I I

continuous and uninterrupted since it was begun Saundra: Jean "Mllock of At- aunt in Tampa over the weekend. qualified elector as defined .I.
back around the turn of the century. What they I' lanta, Ga. is VK'1 "ng her grandparents Madeline Gillenwalters has been i in the Florida Soil Conservation

may not know, is that every drop of Starke's water ",,, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dowl-I visiting relatives in West Virginiafor i Act. includes any person qualified Rom where I sit... fy Joe Marsh;

tank for the ing of Raiford. I the cast two weeks.
has passed through the same I I I O J
50 years, and now that tank is showing obvious Mr. and Mrs. Pete Martin and| Clark Suttle, son of Mr. and
fi: ,, I family vacationed at Silver Springsand !Mts. O. C. Suttle is in the hospitalat I FRIGIDA1RETHERE'S
signs wear. .- ,
Cypress Gardens. They also Jacksonville.
Almost two years ago the Whitmire Tank i visited Mrs. Martin's sister in Glad to have the following people I I What's New with Cows?

Company, Inc. of Jacksonville was asked to in- :I Tampa and came home by way of working with us: Lula Mae I'' JUST ONE I

spect the tank and give an estimate on the repairsit f Rainbow Springs. Baxton. Mary Stone, and Angie FRIGIDAIREMade --on'

needed. In his letter to the City of Starke on J. D. Griffis and Lavon Crosbyare Raborn of Brooker, and also Jessie only by General I Catching np OR ny readiig I From where I sit, I hope thereis

Dec. 18, 1952, G. W. Whitmire said: back from the National Guard Cooper of Hampton, and Zelia i Motors Corp. All other : noticed three news items you as much progress being made

"We Shave made an inspection of your existing : encampment in Alabama.Mr. Green of Starke. I II Electric Refrigerators are I might like to know about. with humans. especially in regard

50,000 gallon elevated tank located at your water and Mrs. W. C. Kappauf made by other companiesand :I First,a farmer whose milk had to tolerance. Whether it's a
informauon visited Sgt. and Mrs. Russell I NOTICE TO .tPPFMRIB 1 a trace of garlic flavor is feeding choice of a political party, a
and to submit the following I
plant are pleased rirrnlt court Bradford County. cannot use the word I
l Tate Jr., of Camp Gordon and basketball team favorite
to this structure. Florida: I. Chanrrrjr. his cows chlorophyll to sweeten or a
: pertaining Augusta. Ga. Also spent several Andrew Jay :!Mi-Daniel Plaintiff n. I Frigidaire. their breaths. beverage, let's learn to live and
'The roof of this tank is not a standard Mabel! A. Mi Daniel Defendant. I
'I days at Cleveland Tenn. with Care Xu. 10iS"otloe ;; :: I I :Next, a college agricultural station let live more. You may ask for a
A.W.W.A. roof and does not comply with their Miss Beulah Wilson and other :\ To Appear Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE soft drink after a hard day's
has trained herd
// I a to get
The interior of the tank .1 I friends. I To: :Mahel! A. :Mi-Daniel.! whose work 111 choose
required specifications. I (residentand address i is: t'nknown.You milked hen they are called by a refreshing
bottom and the tank shell is deeply corroded and W. B. Kines spent a few days are hereby notified that a 1 ? ? number. Seems 75 out of 80 cows glass of beer. But let's not try to

has completely rusted through in several places j visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.I has suit been for filed divorce against you In tht'l j THEN SEE learned their numbers in i few "cow" the other fellow into our
I iR Kines of Milledgeville Ga. named Court and and
above cause |I way of thinking!
and is leaking. days. Guess the "dumb" five
Mi' and Mrs K. D. Conner and' you are required to serve a copy of j I
'The entire bottom, tank shell and roof shouldbe k I your answer or pleading to the complaint j E. H. SMITH I couldn't count that high. Final
family spent their vacation swimming on the Plaintiff's Attorney I tJ/&u
The structureis item-cows are getting "noseI
replaced present supporting and fishing. Deloris' brother T. Frank Landnim. Starke. Flal I Joe (
of light design and has corroded to the extent ,I land, file the original In the office 1 1I I printed" for identification.
from Puerto Rico and Sarasotahas
I lof the Cle.-k' of the-Circuit Court on I Tenth and Temple Ave. i,
that we do not consider it economically pratical to tr been visiting' relatives here. 'or !).-f..re. the !9 day of August 1 K''.4. l
replace and patch the various members. Gene and Vernestine Kelly at- !'otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken as or con-said Starke, Fla. : Copyright, 1);4, i liked States Brewers Foundation I IWby

"This tank as it now stands is in an unsafe

condition and should be removed from service or

repaired at your earliest convenience. We do not

intend to state that it will collapse in the neat'

future, but due to its age and present condition .
there is a possibility."
That is how the matter has stood since December "be .
1952. Nobody knows whether the tank

will collapse or not, but it stands high above the

city's power plant like a giant demon, poised for
Starke's ancient water tank is shoxvn above

the kill. spotted with viable rust spots. The tank has been 1
If it should fall, Starke would not only be bu.y aNew
described by an appraiser in such terms as "deeply .,
without water but without power as well. The
corroded," "leaking," and "in an unsafe contrition."
flood of 50,000 gallons would rush upon the power

plant, shorting the generators. It would probablyput
Starke out of the power business permanently.As a new water tank could be built anywhere in tht-

& new hurricane season approaches, the city without affecting the water system. At presentone FORD '
of the that feeds the tank is located
danger increases. If Starke were to lay in the pumps

path of a hurricane, the water and power system' behind Bradford High School. A new tank could

would probably be among its first victims. be located there, or any other point over an eight-

= The tank is not only unsafe, but it is inadequate inch water line, without endangering the city's

.' for Starke's present needs. When it was first power system. TmckNOW

built, it could be filled during the night and it The City Council has been informed of this ,

,would supply the city's needs for the following day. and it is now beginning to im'estigate'present

*Now 400 gallons pour through the tank every shortcomings in the city's water, power, and sewage' .

minute. Two pumps are kept at work almost con- services. But until some action is taken the rust- ..

stantly refilling the tank. Without the pumps stained tank will hover over Starke, threatening
working, the tank would empty within an hour. momentarily to leave her without water and in the -- -- -

Riley Wasdin. plant superintendent said that dark. 4eic \first. Right now, you'll get more money out of your

-I watch your indigo grow", remarked present truck as a trade-in than you EVER will again! That's

Foster. no exaggeration! We're out to nail down,first place in truck I

SOIL CONSERVATION Howell Nasworthy says that sales-and we'll give you a real deal to get your business! "

his cows are getting plenty of good
NEWS grazing from his pastures now
that it has started
to rain. ecohd
By Bill HaasU Joe Griffis, whose place is located You get a completely modern truck-a truck

S. SOIL CONSERVATION t I out on the New Blanding that will be tops in value for years to come! There's no

Road is using a system of rota- reason to wait any longer to start saving money-

SERVICE 4I' I : tion grazing in his permanent You OUGHT To BUY A FORD TRUCK TODAY!
pastures. says he lets his cows
about three in
I graze days on
While waiting for Doyle Con- the weeds in my pangola pasture pasture then he puts them in

ner and Ovid Lewis to serve the last week and now the grass is another pasture. By rotating themto ihiid I You'll save money even after you buy a

steaks at the Cattleman's meet- outgrowing the weeds". Wynn ,, different pastures, you will new Ford Triple Economy Truck! Over 220 models. :,
give the grass a chance to establish -
ing the other night, Pat Miller said. (I
a good root system whichin )
and C. C. Wynn both Bradford Pete Reddish and Foster Shi will LowFRICTION
I turn help produce good top
Soil Conservation District Cooperators Smith were discussing mowing.The )
growth. Also in a pasture rotation -
were discussing the mow- I Sheriff stated that the weeds I system you will not graze driving and 3)) big payload capacity to save

ing of pastures. Wynn stated were getting the best of his hairy 'cur improved grasses out. a- trips And Ford Trucks last ''
from his seat on the back of Morris I indigo. Foster told him to mow I
would happen if do not
you control longer too!
Edwards' truck, that it pays :|the weeds high just cutting off grazing.Ben j
to mew your pastures. "I mowed ,the tops of the indigo. "Then
I, -
+.ra.rrr... Holtzendorf a District C.-
npei-lor, whose farm is located
on the Rowell Lake Road, states y.l

The G0 [b(3( that just the planted Argentine is Bahia coming pasturehe alone

fine now that it has had some
of QLC@L rain on it.

I .3. 1

A request for a soil and water
IN .
conservation farm plan was made 4 I
SKILL.ENER6YAN ENTERPRISE bV, s. St. John for his place II I

OF FREE AMERICANS HAVE ., located on the Gainesville Road j II

TRANSFORMED THE He is going to start to put theM ..4.'p I

WILDERNESS INTO THE ( <> fields in permanent pasture I,
"I plan to cut this big field up ,,
MOST PRODUCTIVE (, I H ith a fence so that I will be !

INDUSTRIAL CCMMUMTK t, able to control the grazing", state .k' : % ,
IN THE Wn ?LO. St. John.

-. I S;:: J % ,
OUR SYSTEM OF FREE So-1 Conservation Service SOl: ,i

AMERICA'S GROWTH THROUGHOUT THE YEARS. Lake City, and George Brown NOW the time !
anon. .\" ,', ", from Starke. prepared soils map- .
- on the farms of Howard Wait

Hard work and industry will help any one get .and Carey Doyle of Lawtey Hazen and of Brooker Jim Brownlee Tom- to get the best deal. j l lv

ahead, also a savings account in our Bank will :Brownlee, whose Road.place Is out on the '1 ftfhtn IP.D.A.P.
and use
!I I YOll get I Ii I

help. ____ ____u I
Ii i

We have Safety Deposit Boxes for rent.FLORIDA .',
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\ BANK at STARKE TAKE- for r: Andrews Motor Co. :

:L Member Florida National Group 6 6 6 symptomaticRELIEF

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YYTTTYY TV YTTYTYTYY alone from their home in Alexan- to have as guests Mr. and Mrs. on this one August :2, 1954, in the above named Zach H. Douglas 505:; Lynch Build I i' Attorney Theron A. Yawn ir,
Court and cause wherein plaintiff ing, Jacksonville, Florida. 'I Starke: Florida
Jones from ParkofthePalms.Since I went behind the shelter, look-
dria, Va. last week. eeeks divorce.
Attys. for PIt. j/2 4t 7/2 and file the original In the office-
Mrs. John Denmark has gone to the next regular meetingwill ing for one there and couldn'tfind Bradford County Telegraph shall of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Keystone Heights and publish this Order in next four la The Court Of The County Judge, or before the
California for a short stay. be while the Vacation Bible any. Spot was too tired weekly issues. I Bradford County, Florida. :!!6 day of July 1954;
Hon. and Mrs. J. Edwin Larson School is in progress, it was votedto sick to help me but Blitz came Witness my hand and official In Probate.IN otherwise me aiirgauvus *r salt
by Sirs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA seal at Starke, Florida, this July 1. RE Estate of Richard D. Bennett Complaint wilt be taken
and had little the as confessed -
soon a one on
were weekend visitors in Keystonelast meet with the Night Group on 1934. Deceased. I by you.
Sunday. Aug. 3. go. I saw the skunk but was afraidto OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs Notice Of Filing Petition For .'lu.llHi..r This notice shall be published;
try to shoot it, afraid I would Clerk of said Court ::;. Of Idminiktrator. 1'I once each week for four Harvey's Drugs has changed If have moved here By Marian L. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I
During the storm last Saturday you recently Crosby, Deputy Clerk : I weeks in the Bradford County
hands. The purchaser is Canova or if you are spending the week- shoot the dog. She soon grabbedthe Zach H Douglas 505 Lynch Build- Xotice is hereby given that I have ': Telegraph.
evening, lightning struck the home little furry kitten and killed ing, Jacksonville, Florida. filed my final returns as Administrator ,, Dated this :21 day of June, 1954. i
of },Irs._ Ella Bird. It struck the I Drug Co. of Gainesville. Dr. and ends in the vicinity of Keystone Att)'!'. for Plf. 7,2 4t 7/2J of the estate of Richard D. i''I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Mrs. Harvey plan to remain in Heights, you are cordially invited it, but would not let us get holdof I>nnett. deceased; that I have filed 'I' Clerk of the Circuit ";>urL I
parapet of the porch and starteda it. We didn't care too much. my petition for final discharge, and By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
smoldering fire Keystone.Mr. to attend any or all of the servicesof I NOTICE TO APPEAR that I will apply to the Honorable I I 6 ;J5-4t-7/lC
discovered which was not and Mrs. J. A. McDonald and First Baptist Church, as follows: Jim said. they really smelled like Florida la Circuit: IB Court Chaster Bradford*. County, Theron A. Yawn, County Judge of E
for some time after Bradford County, Florida, on July
skunks of didn'tbother
course, they
the storm had son, Terry, former residents of Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morn- Robert F. Morgan Plaintiff vs. :24. 1954, for approval of same and
passed. The fire me as I have no sense of Ooldya T. Morgan Defendant for final discharge Administrator : "
Keystone, were in town last week as .1
company was called to the scene ing Worship 11:00 a. m. Training smell But there others out Case No. 10-582 of the estate of Richard D. Bennett. I I ''r'Y"r'1V'vrfYff ; ? I IMMUAn
staying at the White Feather are Notice To Appear I I ( f
and soon had the fire extinquished.Mrs. Court Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Worship there scaring my chickens, and To: Ooldya T. Morgan whose residence Deceased.June 24, 1954. I .
Bird wishes to thank all the 8:00 p. m. Prayer :Meeting Wed, I and address is: Unknown (Signed) Richard Bennett Jr. I
maybe too
eating ,
eggs supposeI You
members of the The Catholic Bazaar held last 7:45 m. are hereby notified chat a Administrator of the estate of
Volunteer p
Fire suit tor
will have to hunt skunks
Saturday afternoon and evening in some Richard Bennett, Deceased.
i i24113
Department who responded to the The services are informal, and Divorcehas ':' '
The so
the Woman's Club was a huge more. dogs say anyway. been filed against you In the
alarm and by their and do not need coat hat. above
prompt you a named Court and cause and
success netting something like We will have a called meetingof
efficient work prevented what you are required to serve a copy of
eleven hundred dollars. The main Rev. McCrary tendered his resignation the p. T. A.I| either this weekor your answer or pleading to the SUCH FlORIDA ". .
might have been a major disaster.I as pastor, last week, at complaint on the Plaintiffs ,\.
prize of an air conditioner was the next. Notices will be sent
Attorney T. Frank
The Keystone Heights Dupli- won by Chas. Collough of Starke.T the regular monthly business to all members, and we would Starke, Florida, Landrum COLONIALFLORIST
cate .Bridge Club did not play last H. Carey was general chairman meeting of the church. Rev. Mc like to have all attend. This is avery and the file the original In the office of
week because of the holiday. They wishes to express his appreciationand Crary had retired from the Min- important meeting, and we or before the of the Circuit Court OB AS $

will meet every Monday night at thanks for the generous cooperation istry before coming to Keystone should decide some very important otherwise 2 day of the August ,154: ; I5OAS

the Inn until September. of all those who helped Heights, but agreed to take the I questions and make some decisions Complaint will allegations be taken as of confeed said-..- tow iw 1.rsoedabh

Paul Tyre who was taken to the make the bazaar a success. The church for an indefinite period; that will help us in the This by you.
I I notice shall be published FLOWERSFor occ.
hospital last Thursday is reported profits go to the building fund of I land I the members deeply appreciate coming year and in the future. I once each week for four consecutive

back home and much improvedDr. the new church, plans for which 1 him and his good wife, and'' would like to urge all to attendif weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph All Occasions From July 1INCLUDING '

and Mrs. Holl will leave on :have been approved by Arch- I regret that he is no longer able it is all possible, not just the Hated this :JO: day of June, 1954. 2 DELICIOUS MIALSfwr /

Friday for Pittsburgh, Pa. Dr. :bishop. Work is expected to get .to carry on the work here. members of the P. T. A. but every I OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court PHONE 218 j jI I jM..i Hat AveJoWt

Paul Hall of Pittsburgh is herewith under way in the near future on parent who has children in the Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy I Spacious Rooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Course
his family and will accompany -I the church which will be called yyyyyyyYYYYYYTY TTYYYY Clay Hill School. The people who 7/2 Clnk'i(
them home. St. William's Roman Catholic haven't children in school can la Circuit Court Bradford ('ou.t"1 ( ) 2 Private Pools Cabanas Private Beach

Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Stichberry Church of Keystone Heights.Mr. LONG BRANCHby possibly do more work for the Hilda Florida W. Abinet.IB Chancery Plaintiff, vs. Her- I Putting Green Intimate Cocktail lounge Dancing
and Mrs. Wm. B. Stanleyare school than the ones who have man Abinet Defendant.
have from their to
returned trip the parents of a new son, children. Since they have more I I Case No. 10-578 DISH GARDENS 1I 1 Planned Entertainment fj ermon's Paradise
Maryland. :Mrs. Stitchberry, who Mrs. J. L. Strickland Order of Publication and Notice ToApp..r I
Bryan Berton Stanley, born JulyS free time.A ( State of Florida Tot Fur rUltrvatfoitt A Brochure
was hospitalized while there, is and Jimmy Lang Herman Abinet, whose residenceand POTTED ...
much better. in Gainesville hospital. weight notice telling where and when address is: UXKXOWX. I write II wire lush Slraytr,Gee MB/

I 6 pounds.Mr. ,AA A A..AA.AA..AAA.. will be posted at Elgin Lang's.IB You are required to appear on
Mrs. T. J. Southerland is entertaining -i Jr. .August 2. 19;'.. ill the above named I I
F. W.
and Mrs. pleased to announce Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
two granddaughters, Fe- fishing in Naples are very seeK divorce, custody and control :
went deep that Mrs. Charles Wellhausen is Circuit Court, Bradford County of minor children Flowers WiredAnywhere !
liciana and Elineta Gustin, ages Walrath caught a tar- i
last week. Florida: IB Chancery.Kivelte Bradford
t County shall i
tI health. Her daughtertold
I improving in 1 a
six: and eleven, who came by plane Eugene Little. Plaintiff. vs. publish this Qrder in next four 7aW
pon. us Sunday she is able to sit I Viola Little, Defendant. I weekly issues.
Mrs. Seth Kennedy's father, D. have to be Case Xo. 10.584Order ,I I Witness my hand and official'seal /
some now, but they Publication tad .NotUrTo ''
up Of
in town at Starke, Florida this June
I.M. Baker of Raiford I I very careful to not let her become -i Appear; State Of Florida To: i'29, 1954. Nona St. Starke OIIICUT / ON TNI "WOltD'S MOST FAMOUS IIACM"
last weekend. Baker, who is past to be Viola Little whose residence and j (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby DAYTONA lEACH FIOIIDAf'
Wash Your Clothes i feeling fine. I excited and have very address is: Alapaha, Georgia. As Clerk of said Court i i'Fy -- '"__
is '
I ninety-five I(I careful what they let her eat. She You are required to appear on Marian L. Crosby. Deputy clerk I ,, : : : ,_ j'J
A card from Mrs. C. Sipe ,
9 Pounds I I can not sit up more than a few
having a fine vaca-
they are
says minutes at one time, but that is
tion in Pennsylvania. They attended I
For 40c! a family reunion jn Grove Ctiyon a great improvement over her .,.,

June 26. past condition. We hope she

FREE Bleach If Desired! The Keystone Lions Club has(I continues to improve in health and

I discontinued meeting for the remainder -I is soon able to be with us in church

,eVe I of the summer. services and able to be around

I with friends again.
I We attended Sunday School and
The Junior Choir enjoyed a
Your Clothes
Dry church at Maxville Sunday. There
swimming party and weiner roast
were 60 in Sunday School six ti ,
For 20cIn I recently at the home of Mrs. Y !.
were visitors. We also attended
Shirley Glover, and the Youth '
New Automatic Driers! Prayer meeting Wednesday evening -
I Choir went to Jacksonville Beach .
and enjoyed the service very ;i ,
e for their social on Saturday after- I much. .

noon. I
Seven" from Long Branch attended -
The regular monthly businessand

The Washeteria program meeting of the W. M. the singing Sunday after .:

S. was held at the church Tuesday. noon.Mr.

Temple Ave. Starke I II i The Day Group enjoyed a delicious : and Mrs Richard Land and ;,. .
I covered-dish luncheon following son Tommy, and daughter, Nellie
_. ,
'.. .' .. ,- .-, .. _/ the meeting and were gladHUNDREDS I returned home from Tampa Sun
I day. Tommy is much improved :n ::. ae.
I health and all enjoyed their visit

Li i with relatives. Earl 'brought the it

folks home, and returned to Tampa ;

I Sunday, Clarence went back with j

I him. I

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Faircloth
of details are managed\ and economic. spent the afternoon with Buddy
I Wilkinsons
ally attended that only a trained and
I Rev. and Mrs. Taggart spent
careful organization can attend when
part of the day Sunday with the
the urgent need for serving is at I s
Jack Wilkinsons. Their two daugh-

hand. ters spent a few days last \yith i .
Jack and Dumpie.Jim ,_
DeWITT C. JONES and Bessie Stricklands spent < \, '-

Phone 7 Starke Fla. Sunday afternoon with Jim and I

--- .. Ada Godwin and enjoyed the af-

ternoon very much. While we
Funeral Director Ambulance Service
were there, their daughter Gertie

Our local funeral home tniblea u to after convenience aU (Mrs. Harold Eunice) and family ,

ervicei not otherwise available.We from Lawtey came in to visit : ,
for awhile, also Jeanette '''
Knight, '''
,, ,,, ,, ,. Clarence Knight and Denver Godwin :."'",

furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and wife and daughter. We hada v. "., a

1 accept ANY life insurance policy In force, fined by ANY full house for awhile (rather a \.r""
full yard.) The weather was too
in in full.on funeral.
company, u payment part or a
hot for us to stay in the house. .
Consultation carries no obligation.
Meanwhile Denver left an old
"" I' "
truck he had sold there.
u r n _
Denver Godwin was in Middle-!

burg on business Monday of this

NOW. a permanent that's week."Unle Jim" Godwin has recently r .k -

made a cement walk from his

f;... f tront steps to the front gate. This

TROUBLE. FREE. ,has helped the looks of his place
"; l ;: fiery much, and also prevents

V clay from being carried off of the I

road into the house. Seems he is

I progressing slowly with his well, I A hard game uses up energy fast-Coke helps
can't get the pipe he needs to 0 ;

curb the well. '

We have been having some i put it hack. And what a refreshing service

I much needed rain in this section, i j I \- Ref/t1esbh ;
: and we are very thankful. It has I i
helped well.the feelings of the peopleas I I: ng' that is! It's magic the way

Mrs. Harold told us Sunday she j delicious Coca-Cola brings you back

minute had seen two car wrecks in the I;
lost two weeks and says she does j
net wish to see another. We did i, so refreshed. so quickly. and with

11 waninglotions tot learn who was involved m !I :

the wreck but we do say the aver-, as few calories as half
age driver is too careless in their I i Iloint
I '
I driving. Of course, we do not

drive, therefore we can tell some- I an average, juicy grapefrul .

.. No Guesswork one what to do and and how to .
do. But we DO HUNT COONS j i .

( No Test Curls! and SKUNKS! The coons had!

\ been eating all of the corn in this

No Clock Watching! field here close to the house. Jim II _

set some traps, caught 4 coons, I
one coon foot and some hide and

.1 hair off another foot. The coons

50 are not bothering here now. They < .;
: better "
decided there are places '
I j for them to feed. 1 /

PLUS | Something has been scaring our

: chickens almost to death when

TAX they go in the field behind the
.... Mil TOM (w New VII' GENTLE N.. tKUAt TOM Four generations / : _
*...*......... IONI I., ..tf.l*. for .*...l-t.-.... house. and we never could find t, ,
...... 11 I......., .. hats what it was. One day last week f
........... hw Coca-Cola / '
Jim was going to the old strawberry have made

Choose the SELF-TIMING TONI! custom-made for you. There'sa shelter and found an old .... <
.. **< l
complete selection of new 15-minute waving lotions for I mother skunk and some young farjhe most=asked-for

every type of. hair every style of wave.KOCH'S I by
ones.He ..... :.
: didn't try to do anythingwith iIJ .

tsfef i ; fesfesf MaJQ w them then, but he came to soffdrink i in the world:

the house got his rifle, and went ex
I back. I went with him. Spot soon -
ll1\1 *
1 CffYQ t. told us one skunk was out in the G

I field. and we went to him. He had e? s.r .

the skunk in a gopher hole and lOTIteO UNDtl AOTHOMTY Of THE COCA COIA COMPANY IT
went to work to dig it out. Jim

and helped to dig the skunk out.

PHONE 53 Spot killed it as soon as they gotit
where he could get hold of it, f 'Coh'yr y3lflred.trt4dtsiDri' ..,,.,,.. Cr1t ,%M 0CU0lA. w..1 it,
1 so I didn't get to use the rifle -- -' .-. ,- --

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Business Florida, until 5:00 o'clock PM. on ed to secure liabilities NOTICE TO _IPPB-tR ; I -
Baptist I'I'Vamen's Miriam L. HornsbyAnd Tuesday, the 3rd day of August, I and for other purposes 925.791.61 !I. firroit Court, Bradford fo..tr.
A.!).. 1)54.;; at which time and placeall Florida: I. ChanceryLois Do You Want To Be A
/ \ Circle Roy K. Brannen ; bids received will be publicly I I, S. L. Peek, Jr., Cashier of the Horn Plaintiff. vs. Jim Horn ,
I' opened and read aloud on the following above named bank do solemnly'swear Defendant. Case No. 105S7AOTICK SUCCESSFULReal
Met i that the above statement la "
Monday Night Plan
I July Marriage ( : TOPPE.R
1 1w
: / ]
5' One NVw Uj;; Tudor Sedan, Color true, and that it fully and correctly To: Jim Horn whose residence and Estate Broker
.. Eight Cylinder with represents the true state of the address is j c'o James Day K or
The Business Women's Circle ,-"- Black Six or contained !: ; k. < I herein
HP Motor
f' a Minimum of 1(0 : 28 Belmont Hotel. UV Ci.iy Street. SALESMAN?
and set forth, to the best of my :
a met in the educational room of with a Minimum Hi Inch Wheel belief.S. 'HouMon. Texas-
I Base Equipped with Heavy Duty I' You are hereby notified that aI
the First Baptist Church Monday L. Peek Jr. :NOW we'an coach you in
and Fan, and
I LrakeRadiator: suit for
\: with Mrs. A. R. Norman OXLY OXE WEEK for the
night Turn Indicator.One Correct-Attest: Divorce custody and ''':Jtr.of\
Gladys Mooty I Circle Leader, presiding.After 152;; Tud..r Sedan, Eight W. B. Sewell: I minor child rigid state examination for a
vlmdei. Mainline Ford to be Wall has been filed against you in theshove
Harold C. I
Phone 35 the meeting was opened traded on purchase of new car. Ernest J. Snead I named Court and eau'e and BROKER'S or S.VLKS-
I with by Mrs. Kate Theaid City reserves the right Directors. "|:you are required to serve a ''opof MAVS Real Estate License.For .
pansrrSr prayer in accept or reject any or all bids. State of Florida, >your answer or pleading to the complaint
pard, Mrs. Martha Pellum pre- Pity of Starke, Florida County of Bradford. ss: on the Plaintiffs Attorney further information
Women Hold Miss Jonnie Crews I.sented a most interesting program fail Johns, City 716317.30REPORT Clerk Sworn to and Subscribed before m"l i T. Frank Landrum. -tark... Florida you are rordfall) invited
Junior this 13th day of July 1954, and' .
"Seed Time the Philli- and file the original in the .ffii e of without cost or obligation to
i i hereby certify that I am not and j
Luncheon At KingsleyMembers Will Soon Marry 1 pines" with Mrs. Willie Mae Denton OF CONDITION: OF THE officer or director of this bank. I j the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ATTEND FREE LECTURE
.I "FLORID BANK AT STARK (SEAL) Helen E. Glasgow, Notary I or before the IS day of August 1<*:J4. 8 PJH., Wednesday. SI,
Junior Women's Carl H. Edwards Mrs. Eunice Searing, and Mrs. OF STIRKE I\ THE STATE OF Public, State of Florida at large. I otherwise the allegations of 'aid, July
: of the 'Leola Roberts taking parts on the FLORID AT THE CLOSE OF Mv commission expires February 4, -Complaint will be taken a, Club enjoyed a luncheon and swim- HIM\K ON JIAB 30, 10.54.Asset. : 1956. by .ou. Room of the George
with program. At the close of the program Bonded by the American Surety Co. This notice.' shall be published omeeach
ming party last Thursday Miss Alice Lawson sang a Cash, balances with other of X. Y. I, week for four cnn,ecutiveweeks Washington Hotel, Jackson
Mrs. T. G. Ritch at Kingsley Lake.A I banks! Including reserve in the Bradford County Tele ville.
served buffet solo "Open Mine Eyes" accompa-I balances, ana casn items graph.
luncheon was I in process of collection 449.199.3S:: Dated this 14 day of July. ll4.!
nied by Miss Jo Ann Furlong at
the sun-porch overlook- United States Government (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charley Darby CLYDE B. GORE
style on the piano. The hostesses, Miss De: obligations!, direct and -gucKSlioT|* Clerk of the Circuit Court
ing the lake. lores McKnighL Mrs. Arline Me- guaranteed 1,8"37.860.60 ; B> Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk '
attendingwere Obligations of States and 7 1&-41-86
Out of town guests Knight, and Mrs. Ida :Mae Shaw .z political subdivisions 219.609 ,_ .
Mrs. Lewis Hiatt and Mrs. served tempting refreshments to Loans! and discounts$56.20 over(Including -- ,,-'IiIiIi-'"" -- -e. '' ;' -

George Roberts Jr. Ft: ri the eighteen members present.All drafts) 62 .U9.;iS ovea

Hostesses for the luncheon were F Baptist circles will meet at .. I I Rank 008.02; premises furniture owned and}7- I

Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr., Mrs. T. I the church Tuesday, July 20th at I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hornsby announce fixtures $8,916.58 15,924.60 I nR.] I. 1

G. Ritch, Mrs. Frow Strickland noon for a covered dish luncheonand '; the approaching marriageof I Other assets 11,75360 I .e

Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. Jack Trawick, their daughter, Miriam Lucille, i TOTO ASSETS 3,212,997.101 I IUd .
program. ;i to Roy King Brannen son of Mrs.
and Mrs. Mack Futch. ,. Service
III U Dedicated To Community -
I Leatty Brannen and the late WileyS. -
event of the summer 4'a Demand deposits of Individuals Than Enr"
next Are Better
The Methodist Circles Brannen of Lake Butler. partnerships, "Movie -
season will be a Coca Cola party: The wedding will be an event of and (corporations 1,548,017.94;
with Mrs. A. Held MeetingsCircles I. Time deposits of individuals concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
Thursday, August 5, July 24 at 8 o'clock in the evening partnerships, and If you find your name
J. Thomas Jr. .Y in the Boatdrain Baptist Church I (corporations iOU H.OS cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS
of the Methodist C. Deposits of United States
with Rev. C. C. Harris, ,
S. met Tuesday, July 6 at the pastor Government (including BLAKE JACKSONTues.
16 17
Fri. Sat.-July
officiating.No postal savings) 70,461.45Depollttl ,
First Baptist Class following homes: I of States and political BIG DOUBLE FEATURE -
invitations are being issued subdivision 490,776.42Other I
Holds Lake PicnicThe : Circle 1, Mrs. H. H. Adams, but all friends and relatives of the deposits (certifiedand Wed. and Thur.

f acting as leader in the absenceof couple are invited to attend. etc.) officers' checks, 33,244.01 auto / I July 20. 21, 22
Gleaners Sunday School Mrs. L. D. Vining, met Tues- TOTAL DEPOSITS; 2,846,715.90Other Art Auto-Owner

class of the First Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Stafford L. Crews day morning at the Educational Presbyterian Picnic liabilities 35.302.77 mobile policy is not void 3 BIG DAYS
with Mrs. T. H. Slade GALLOPS TO
announce the engagement and ap- building TOTAL LIABILITIES
met at the home of their teacher, '
(not includingsubor even
of their daughter hostess. Members of the First thouillcitrade GLORY W
marriage HourEQ
proaching Presby- dinated obligations
Mrs. Levy Canova, at KingsleyLake .
Jonnie Frances, to Carl H. Mrs. H. C. Ritch had charge of terian Church will have their shown below) :2,882,018. ..AS RANKSOWSRIHS LO

Tuesday evening.The Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. the program and talked on "Prayer" annual picnic Thursday afternoon, Capital Arroiati ortr9ns ortation. t ;WITHOUT[,.. [!

members of the class and and read a prayer written bya July 22, beginning at 4 p. m. at Capital SOOOO.OO 1 lt
Earl Edwards. G. I. when he was in a foxhole. the { Surplus 200,00000 ? t fU t (
their husbands enjoyed swimming, Kingsley Lake home of :Mr. Undivided profits :24,718.29 i tow about yours! OUTLAWS
boating and a covered-dish supper The wedding will take place July Miss Amy Coburn had chargeof and Mrs. Hoke Harris. Supper Reserves (and retirement I j J

during the evening. There were 26 25 at the home of Mrs. Vergie the devotion using as her subject will be served at 7 o'clock. account for preferred I 1HIPANHANDlE
capital 56.:! O.H OF
present. Flynn at 4 p. mYALL i "Decipleship". :! Conner Bros. I

Circle 2, Mrs. L. D. Green, leader ,

met with Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at business and program meet- TOTAL LIABILITIES, -And-
her Lake home of the W. C. S. will be held Agency
Kingsley Tuesday ing S. 3.212,097.10rThis ; Champ For A DayWith W
afternoon with 11 members pres- Monday afternoon July 19 at 3:30: bank's capital consists I Xicol and TotterPlus BNpit

ent. o'clock in the church sanctuary.The Common of stock: with total 129 W. Call St. Phone 285 Cartoon
I "Dog, Cat and Canary" -
Mrs. J. R. Ritch had of program will be "Womenand par value of $fSO.OOt i!
CUME charge I ant: Chap. 14 "Capt Kid"
j Starke Fla.OPEN
I the program and gave several the Rural Community". The lde..rs.daAssets i ,
missionary briefs from foreign I worship will be led by Mrs. Henry pledged or assign 1 I Sun., Mon.-July 18. 19 E
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fields. Mrs. Jack McCombs had Godwin. I r

I charge of the devotional. I 1 1i

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