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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Board is facing a serious problem ,, I ,., : .' VOLUME SEVENTY-SIX STARK'Eo FLORIDA: FRIDAY, JULY 23. 1954 NUMBER TWO
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; these\\ tacnncies.hat rane. expect* to get with '* ae' : ',:-, t "'-. rw -x I Ir New Bradford County Budget Tops $177,000Bradford


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parent in the county, ,state, and No increase in millage a total of $177,808.54. and 41 different

;, 'natlo'u today' y t ...SrI J County Has Excellent Polio Record I changes are all indicated in the tentative budget of the Bradford
y I II Count Board of Commissioners, made public this week by Charles A.
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f -: J ex i.y 4 I Darby clerk to the Board. This budget is the estimated cost of run-

: : Rumors on the spread of polioin keep sick children at home, to have (I diagnosed cases of polio under 30 ning the county government from Oct. 1, 1954 to Sept. 30, 1955.
I',< ": ,:: '7' ,' Bradford County have been mul- (them seen by their doctor and to I years of age. For proven benefit, The total of $177,808.54 is higher by $378 than the original budgetof
; tiplying rapidly as reports from keep visitors out until it is cer- (I this serum must be given not
$177.430 approved last year, but lower by $7,552 than the amended
M other parts of the state note that tain no communicable disease later than five days after exposure.
the dreaded disease is apparentlyon exists. Gamma Globulin's greatest value budget of $185,360.The .
(The fifth in a series>> of articles in which the Telegraph will explore some of the good and bad ,, the increase. "We wish also to urge parentsto is helping to prevent paralysis and anticipated cash balance on hand at the end of the coming

points! abouf Starke as revealed in our recent community questionnaire. In bringing these matters to But as usual, the rumors are keep well children away from serous types of polio. fiscal year, as shown by the budget, is: $4,900, a considerable drop

light, it is hoped that the Information printed might lead to elimination or correction of the bad and I highly exaggerated. This county all sick individuals as a common 7)) Is there a vaccine to prevent from the $14,800 shown this year.

farther improvement of the good.) (!has had only three widely scattered sense measure." {|I polio? There is one that claims Anticipated taxes, on the assessed valuation of $5,080,359 as
I in six months, which is Dr. Covington lists the Ito I prevent polio, but it is still in
cases following.
THE QUESTION WAS ASKED: "ARE TEACHERS': : SALARIES BETTER THAN THE ST.TEAnJt.GE1' compared with $9,659,9751ast year amount to $87,240.58. or an increase
considered an excellent record. I questions and answers that may I the experimental stage and not
THE ANSWERS WERE: IS YKS; 42 NO. (I aid local amounting to $14,211.78.
The most recent polio victim in residents in understand- available for general use.
Who will guide our children's progress during the following standards set forth by Thomas D. I(II the county was Victoria Byrd of ling-, preventing, and caring for 8)) Are families of polio patientsever Income of the County is largely dependent upon direct taxes on

the next school year? Will we have competent, Bailey, state superintendent of schools: j Starke. Clarke Suttle son of Poliomeylitis: I quarantined Usually not, its citizens. Aside from fluctuations in the gasoline taxes, and in >fines

teachers or will our children be led by untrained, inexperienced "To obtain the teachers needed for the State," Cliff Suttle who is plant managerof I' 1) What causes Polio? Polio is quarantine has proven useless as a and forfeitures, the only way the county cal increase its income appreciably

or ill-fitted persons hired by the School he said, "Florida must provide an average annual Big Dad Manufacturing Co., a disease of the central nervous I control method. Children under is to increase taxes. Thus any sizeable increase in spend

Board in desperation when no capable person applied teacher salary of approximately $#,000 a year, a j was recently striken. system caused by a tiny virus. 15 are isolated on their premisesas ing must be met with an increase in the tax rate.

i for the job? minimum salary for a teacher with a four year Suttle lives in Keystone Heights, 2) How does the polio virus a precautionary measure and no In studying the various expenditures listed in the budget, it shouldbe
enter the human ? It visitors are admitted to the home
body
this added the probably
As the citizens answering the Telegraph's degree of 3200." so case was not to enters for 10 to 14 days. This is due to kept in mind that for the most part the amounts listed are ap-
Bradford County total. Suttle | through the mouth and
questionnaire poinifcd out. Bradford County's teach In order to meet these standards Bradford nose. the fact that other members of proximate, as they are anticipated expenses. Thus, in working up the
reports that Clarke is in a weak
ers are among 'the lowest paid in the state. In County would have to give an across-the-board .condition, but that the case was 3) What are the symptoms of the family have been exposed and budget, the Board uses previous figures as a guide, tries to arrive at

order 0 find out how these low salaries have $500 increase to all the 126 teachers needed in the I mild and will not be crippling.Dr. polio? Headache sore throat, upset the virus is usually in their system. an anticipated cost, and then adds a little for contingencies.

affected our School Board in their selection of school system. This would mean $63,000 in ad< A. Y. Covington Director of stomach, sore muscles dizziness 10)) What should you do to pro The budget must be flexible, to allow for emergency expenditures.

teachers, the :Telegraph asked the following ques tional county revenue, or about 13 additional 1i-1:the Bradford County Health De and stiff neck and back, fever polio tect yourself? and your family from For by law, the Board cannot spend in one year more than is called

tions of School Superintendent Harmon P. Morgan: Bradford County can constitutionally raise the I partment, states: infrequently, difficulty inswallo..ing Allow your children to play with for in the budget.

1) Is our teaching staff complete for next year? school's mill levy only one additional mill, or II! "We are glad to report that only initial stages or, polio breathing.resemble In its their regular friends, but keep The County derives the major part of its income from the follow-
may
!three cases of poliomeylitis (polio)
"No. At present we hate nine vacancies. The $4,826, under,present assessed valuations on prop- many other illnesses. them away from close contacts ing sources:
have been reported this year one
most difficult ones to fill jare in the elementary erty. Therefore, this county would not bring its I in March, one in May, and one on 4) How long does it take from with new people. 1) County real and personal taxes __________ $37,240.58

grades and in the fields! of! sciwiee and home eco salaries up to Bailey's goal without almost doubling i July 20. Two cases are expectedIto the onset of polio for symptomsto See that they wash their hands 2) BC's share of the state racing tax _________ 40.00000

JIOI1 <"'-." .-..:.' assessed valuation. 1 I have practically complete reovery appear? Roughly, from seven to carefully before eating and after 3) Gasoline taxes _____________________________ $27,000.00

2)) Have we ever hired any teacher "sight Since this measure would certainly be un and the prognosis on the 14 days. using the toilet. This ordinary 4) Fines and forfeitures ________________________ 20,000-00

unseen?" popular with the county's tax payers, what else they is not known at this time. 5) What should you do if someone health portant precaution when polio is is especially around. im- These four major sources of income total $174,240.58 or 98 per

";10. Fortunately, we've been able to interview can we do to insure that our children have com- Vll intimate contacts are being in your family has symptomsof Don't cent of the revenue. Balance of $3,567.42 is accounted for by licenses,
get overtired
jiven Gamma Globulin by their polio? Call a doctor by hard
all! our prospective teachers, although I understand petent teachers? I. family physician. The three cases because early bed rest and promptly super- play, exercise, work or travel excess fees, rent of property, all of which are listed under receipts in

that over 400 teachers were hired this way There is little that we can do in the way of. were in different sections of the vision by a physician may prevent this means men, women, and chil- the three funds.

by other counties in Florida last ).t'ar." so called "fringe benefits" since most of them are county." serious involvement. Patients that dren.Don't The expenses of the County fall into the following headings:

3) Do we have any persons employed that you provided through the state. It would help if we Dr. Covington went on to say: continue, their daily activities dur get chilled. Don't batheor 1) Salaries, fees $84,914.64. or 47 per cent

would class as "unprepared" or "unqualified?" could "spruce up" our schools a little but this workis "{Ve can well expect to have some ing polio's earliest stages are likely swim long in cold water or sit 2) Maintenance, supplies $29,900, or 17 per cent
more cases as there is a general I to have the around in wet clothes.Don't .
severest
"Yes. About lO per cent of our teachers are being sacrificed to maintain salaries at theirpresent crippling. I 3) New equipment 15032.77, or 9 per cent
increase throughout Florida at this 6)
What
net ideally suited for their present jobs. About level. time. I and "shots" should be given use another person's 4) Welfare $12,270.39, or 7 per cent
when ?
Gamma Globulin
is towels dishe
tableware or the
fire per cent are unprepared for teaching, and We can make our county a more attractiveand "We wish to urge the people to available for direct contracts of f lUke, I 5) Feed and care of prisoners $4,200; Health Department,

another fit* per cent are unqualified for the Job inviting place to live through low cost housingand ; $6,005.18; Road tax municipalities 6500. These items

they now hold." rental property, friendly relationships, and Starke Team Leads In Junior L total $16,705.18 or about 10 per cent.
Tournament
4)) Have we ever employed teachers that you more public support to school projects and such nti Thus, these total almost 90 per cent of the budget and explain

would not have hired if you had a choice? organizations as the PTA. But these things mean where 90 cents of every $1 of the budget is spent. Remaining 10 per

"Yes. A number of teachers banbe..n em- little to a teacher trying to live on an inadequate cent covers a wide range of services, and they are covered in detail.

plojed in the past who would not hate been employed salar)'. | In studying the budget, it will be noticed that there are a number

if the School Board ha(I any choice." 4 of salary increases for county workers. These increases are as fol
Our mere location has been one of our best I
:S i.| How severe is our teacher turnover attractions to teachers and is largely responsiblefor I lows: courthouse janitor, $346.62; county agent, $600; home demon-

"Our teacher turnover is not too bad. It L.. a what good fortune we've had to date ia filVr.g I II d e 3 T { ; '. stration agent, $420; Jailor, county Jail, $820.

little larger this year than( la,the past,-but we hate our schools with competentinstructors. Our near- ts 3 s' si These increases total $2,186.62 and are an attempt to bring the

been rather fortunate in this respect. We normally I salary levels up to about where they should be. In the case of the
ness to the University of Florida has brought many
hate less than fite or six per cent turnover a jailor. the commission was advised by the state auditors that this increase
teachers into our midst, if only temporarily, while 4a
year" must be made.
they completed their studies or accompanied a
As Morgan's answers point out, Bradford Various items for maintenance and supplies are increased as follows
husband or wife who was doing so.
County is facing a serious problem due to the : courthouse and annex utility expenses is up $425; courthouseand

shortage of teachers. The growing need for good We have been fortunate in the past, and we Y S ,4 i 5, annex fuel expense, $250; repair and upkeep of road equipment
much better off than the average tt5 I
are presently
teachers has been answered by fewer and fewer is up $5.000; gasoline, fuel oil and lubricants, up $3,500; maintenance
Florida community. But we are now operatingwith
persons seeking teacher's training and by more county jail, up $275.
at least 10 per cent of our teachers not ;
and more teachers leaving the profession for better The cost of new equipment as shown in the budget is for equipment -
suited for their positions, and all indications pointto
jobs in other fields. already contracted for. For example, equipment for the tax as-
At present Bradford County has nine teaching this problem getting worse rather than improving I sessor's office. $1,729.44; for the tax collector's office, $1,670. new
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vacancies that must be filled in the next month. } : road equipment, $10,565.78; radio for sheriffs office, $567.55.

Where will these nine teachers come from? Whatdo There seems to be no easy solution. Good I. r Expenditures for welfare: welfare department is up $1,200the

we have to offer them? teachers expect good money, and our children deserve fund of $3,000 last year was found to be inadequate hence the in-

Under the school's new budget adopted this the best. It's time we began reappraising crease. This money is turned over to the state welfare board for administration -

week we can offer" beginning teachers about our local, state, and national tax dollar in an effortto Sta ke's Post 56 Legion baseball! team is presently leading in the Fourth District Tournament The I in this county; fund for tuberculosis patients in state

$2.700 a year and our average salary for all provide more funds: for the education of our : players are standing ((1 to r) Batboy William O'Hara, Eulie Rushton, Raymond Steffanelli, Wallace sanatoria is increased by $400; listing for hospital expenses for indigents -

to Rivers, Layne Sible)', Russell Crosby, Eugene, Magyjri, Jerome KduanN: and Buddy Goodear. Kneeling
teachers runs about 3580. This corresponds young shows an increase, but this fund is arbitrarily set at one mill
are Eduin Johns L A. Molt, Buck GUI Glenn Reddish, Gus KopeJousos! Billy Harrington, Robert by law

Plans To Purchase Boy Scouts Hold I Eaves and Coach Herb Thomas PoUioid i-Miaute Photo i hr the Telegraph A new item in the budget Youth Counseling Service and Expenses,
City Council Lays : I -'"
Starke Pitcher Wallace Rivers other two $735, is set up to provide money for emergency foster home care for
Court Of Honor runs in the fifth inning Tuesday night's game provedto
I ombined superb performances on with a double to center field.Starke's I be mp-and-tuck slugfest with children. 4iThe

Two Big Power Generators For Starke Here Next Week the mound, at the plate, and on win over Ocala gave I Starke pulling out ahead of Willis- amount provided for the feeding of prisoners is reduced by

I II 'he base paths to lead his Post 56 them the only undefeated record ;J ton in the last of the ninth to win I $600, as county prisoner now are turned over to Nassau County for
I IStarke's
teammates
to 3.2
Ocalan
I I a win over in the tourney. They will play ] 15-14. The lead changed hands working.
Council prepareda per hour. It would allow for the tarke's, Boy Scout Troop 70 I the Fourth District Tournament. again !
City I Saturday. Gainesville and i seven times. The county health department appropriation is set up by law. The
list" of electric power city to expand and would also will be host at a Court of Honor Starke had previously beaten Wil- Williston
I played last Thurs Starke's hitters
"shopping night ( led
were by
j ; amount of $6,005.18 is turned over to the state treasurer by the taxi
equipment Tuesday night which it furnish the plant ample reserve of the Alachua Scout District next I hston. 15-14 and now leads in the day.* The winner of last night's.game .Eulie Rushton who made three hits|
Board
collector, and the does not handle the fund.
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hopes to purchase from the power II capacity. j Thursday at 8 p.m. The Court of I tourr..-y.Piters. will play Ocala tonight, and and two runs. Pitcher Edwin I
The Council also agreed to be held at the BHS I i! Road tax due to municipalities of $6,500 covers the amount refunded -
per will
main Honor held Ocala
plant at New Bern. N. C. The scoreless for the winner of that game will !i Johns contributed two hits and
Wasdm out two voltage and thenit i! to municipalities because they maintain the streets within the city
two big mit to try stadium unless it rains,
items on the list were six innings while he was buildingup meet Starke Saturday. I three runs to aid his winning
that would almost i regulators on a 30-day trial will be held in the court house. Edwin i limits.
1000 k. w. engines 1 a three-run lead. Although Johns aided Rivers with lause. Billy Harrington made
triple Starke's power capacity basis. If the regulators prove sat- j i Acting Governor Charley E several running catches in center ;, two hits and two runs. I I The item for elections is down $600. because there will no primary -

isfactol1''asdin said that the Johns has been invited to presentthe I considered slow on the base paths I field. Gus Iopelousos led Starke's Others collecting two hits were. elections during the fiscal year; the $1,000 budgeted is to cover

The move followed the recommendations ,city needs about nine for its power j awards but it is not definite I he stole second and third base i batsmen with two hits while Russell Crosby, Layne Sibley, and,I, the fall election. However, under revenues it will be noted that thereI

of a five-man delega circuits. He said they cost that he will attend. Starke has I and then scored on a bunt in the !II Johns. Rivers Glenn Reddish, and Kopelousos. Eugene Magyari I is a drop of $540, because there naturally will be no qualifying fees.

tion that the Council sent to New $1.000 each. I[.two boys. Robert Kelly and Charier I j fourth inning. He drove in Starke's I Robert Eaves each got one. I scored two runs.School I The cost of legal advertising is up $300. This is the result of more
Bern last week to inspect the The City also purchased a new Kirkland, that will receive their ]
\ public notices being published, and a new accounting method which
equipment. Two weeks ago the mowing attachment for 222.30 eagle badges during the ceremony ,Life Savings Program i Board
'i I this the Board instead of the
Council was spurred to action by from Farm, Home and Auto Sup The public is cordially invited Setzer's Purchase charges advertising to tax collector.
Plant Superintendent Riley Was- ply. The Councilmen had requestedbids to attend the Court of Honor. I Begins Next WeekBHS I : Cost of insurance is up in the Road and Bridge fund from $1,200

din and three REA engineers who for the attachment at the The Scout Committee made UP i Coach Jimmy Hobbs isI I Adopts BudgetBradford II to $1,950. This increase is needed to cover the additional equipment

declared Starke's municipal power last meeting at the suggestion of of scout's dads will meet Tuesday >i looking for more applicants fort'! Walnut St. Lot purchased by the county, and increased workmen's compensation

plant was inadequate for its pres Councilman W. T. Jackson. at 8 pm. at the Scout Hut to go his junior life saving course be-j; County's Board of premiums.

ent work load. over plans for the Court of Honor. ginning next Monday. The course I Public Instruction adopted its i A decrease of 3.500 is noted under the listing of Timber and

The Council has not yt determined Big Dad Manager ', i will be given to boys and girls I For SupermarketTwo $$704,973 proposed budget at a : Bridge ]{Materials which come from materials given to the county.

how additions.it will raise The cost money of Speaks At Rotary t Four County Youths I between the ages of 12 and 16. public Millage meeting tax rate this for week.educational II I I Purchase of rights-of-way is down by $250; this amount covers

for the the engines new new ran over $90,000 Cliff Suttle, plant manager of Face Draft Call ; Candidates must have passed '! lots in S. Walnut St. (U. purposes will remain at 19 mills, i the cost of purchasing "borrow" pits; the county does not purchase
Co. the Red Cross swimmer's test before there of land for rights-of-way. The next item, expenses of procuring rightsofway -
Dad S. although
was
each but the Councilmen hopesto Big Manufacturing 3011> was sold as a site for a was an increase
purchase them for about on< 'guest speaker at the Rotary Club Four young men were called I they are eligible. The Course new Setzer's supermarket yesterday I$21,290, over last year's budget. is up $500; this covers the anticipated legal expenses of the

third of their original price. The Wednesday, describing the opera- this week for induction on August j I will be given at Gold Head Branch (Thursda}.* The lots cover:, The increase is largely due to : county attorney in procuring the rights-of-way in the present road

new engines will mean the construction .ion or this local industry that :3 1954 into the armed forces bv: l State Park and buses will leave .200 feet on S. Walnut. 100 feet:the; addition of five new teachers. building program.

of a new power plant. now employs some 133: ; persons. .Selective. Service System Local. the USO Building each day at 9 on Lafayette St., and 100 feet on making a total of 95 white and 31 'I The sum listed for Fees and Costs of the Sheriff of $11.500 shows
addition to *>.e Lau annual payroll is approximately Board IS. of Starke. They are: a. m. The swimmers will eat a Adams St. :.colored teachers. Practically 2-3
or at least a large I a drop of $2,000. It will be noted that under receipts in the Fines and
$200,00the Shirlev Delaney Carter, volunteer.;, picnic lunch at Gold Head since of dollar budgeted will go
speaker every
the prew.t one. The city's power odlU. Starke; Oliver James Aarons, the course will be conducted j;i Th two lots sold for a total of for teachers' salaries. 1: Forfeitures Fund, there is a drop of $2,000. The explanation offered

distribution system will also need I The local labor supply is adequate colored, Starke: Louis {Wesley throughout the day.: *20.000. The lots were the former is simply that the amounts set last year were apparently too high,
expanding.Titus I F. B. Johns homestead and the I| as they were not realized. Another explanation is that
Bradford
Jacksonville
Jr.. (colored, :
Olson member of the for the requirements of the Mosley !''Mine Personnel I
acted asa plant at the present time, Suttle 1 I Julius Hooks Jr., (colored), Jack- ]i Rocco Rinicella 68 ormer W. J. Epperson home. County seems to be more law-abiding, with a natural drop in the
Board of Bond Trustees, I Public
record show that the Johns ,Form Farms ,
Penney funds realized fines.
inspection said. The bulk of labor comes sonville. by
spokesman for the five-man Dies In JacksonvilleRocco
heirs received total of $9.500
i team. It included Councilmen (from Starke and vicinity: although : Eight registrants also have been : for their property a and the Epperson Golf TournamentTwo :I Likewise, there is a corresponding drop anticipated in the sheriffs

{V. T. Jackson and George '' some employees live as far away ,I called for pre-induction into Rinicella, 68, resident of heirs received $10.500. i i commissions on fines collected. .
Kopelousos, Citv Clerk Cart Johns gas Raiford, Lake Butler, and Green the armed forces on August, ]I Bradford County for the past seven teams are tied for the lead A drop in expenses is anticipated in the conviction fees of the I

and Mayor J. it. Wainwright.New ,i I -ove Springs. 1054. I years, died Saturday night in a : BOB GK\Y PREACHES :+,I m the Humphreys Gold-duPont t; county prosecuting attorney of $900, and there is a drop expected of
Bern city officials will I The Big Dad plant which manjufactures Qualified young men and women Jacksonville hospital following a I IX LARGEST CHURCH I golf match termed the "Penney: $500 in the cost of witness fees. II
for work clothes and sport in brief illness. He was born in Italy. i Farms Open" and played on the 1
have to put Starke's list up I i who are interested in a career An increase of $300 is listed under Insanity Inquiries,
competitive bidding before they "shirts hopes to continue its ex ;:! Air Force will be interviewed by, Mr. Rinicella was a farmer andpoultryman i Rev. Bob Gray, former pastor of,nine-hole course at Penney Farms.j as appar- I

can make a sale. pansion until it has at least 200j ,jan Air Force recruiting sergeant'I most of hi* life, and i the Hampton Baptist Church had The match is for supervisory per t i sally such investigations are relatively expensive. I II >

The two new engines would permit j I employees on the payroll, since (Who will be at the Starke Local |a member of the Catholic Church. I' the privilege of preaching recentlyin sonnet from the two Humphreys TENTATIVE BUDGETj \
a tremendous expansion in the I this figure has been found to be Draft Board every Thursday from I He is survived by his wife, Julia, i plants.
breik-even Suttle ( relatives in the :Million Dollar Akron Baptist The team of Amos and j I Export Of Estimated Revenue Receipts, and Expeadttere, i
City's power output. At present the best point, ,9:30 a. m. until 3 p. m. Contrary got Starke and other i Crowley
the city has a peak load of over said. He invited members of the i jto public belief a high school di-I I New Jersey Temple, Akron. Ohio. On the Sun I Harry Kautz is tied with a team J Of Bradford County For The Fiscal Year 1954-1353; 'i

1200 k. w. per hour on generator club to visit the plant at any time. :plon'UIs not required for enlist- Funeral services were held from day he preached there, on the in:made up of John Powers and Bill General Fund ;I

that can produce about 1410 k. w.[' Also a guest of the club at this i iment in >the regular Air Force. I the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at vitation of the pastor there were:",Smith. The match is made up of t Estimated Receipts Last YeThis Year i
If our largest generator were to, meeting was Benedict FinZer of- j All high school graduates interested .
i 6.572 in School Rev. Gray seven two-man teams.
I. Starke, Tuesday morning at 10, Sunday j Taxes (6.05 Mills) on $4,659,475.07 Value $28,189.84 $ ;
break down, part of the sit pities manager at Rig Dad. in applying for the Aviation '
'with the Rev. Raymond McBlaine'officiating. says. He described preaching tct t Powers has the lowest score so Railroad and Telegraph Licenses :
would be without power. | The program was in charge of Cadet Program should contact Ii j 500.00 500.00 :
The additions would step E. L. Matthews, chairman of Vocational i the recruiting sergeant for.' Interment was in i 't this vast congregation as "one ol'any i I' far in the match with a 37 for'. Racing Monies 27,540.53 13,750.00 ;

Starke's capacity up to 3,400( k. w.: Service. details \j I Crosby Lake Cemetery. greatest thrills." the nine-hole course. ; (Continued on Page Eight ;

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BRADFORD COmiTY TELEGRAPH S1ABKE, FLOBIBA 1 FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1951PAGE

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T hem; Mary A. Hodges and John cery wherein Joseph M. Sistrunk is Unless such certificate or certificates I. Circa Court. Bradford Coaaty.Florida Goldya T. Morgan Defendant
TWOBRADFORD Hodges. her husband, if living and Plaintiff and each of you is a Defendant shall be redeemed accordingto IB Chancery. Case No. 10598N.tlt.e
COUNTY TELEGRAPH if dead. the unknown heirs at law, the style of which is Joseph law the property described in Kivette Eugene Little. Plaintiff.. T* Apppari
egatees. devisees or grantees of M. Sistrunk. George W. Cole. such rertFficate or certificates will Viola Little, Defendant.Case. To: Goldya T. :Morgan whose residence -
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD each of them; Mary O. Richard and et al. Defendants, the relief therein be sold to the highest bidder at the No. 10-584 and address is: Cnkno..n.You .
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY John C. Richard her husband if praped being a Decree quieting and ,court house door on the first :Monday Order Of Pu"lkatlea And :Notice are hereby notified that a
iving and if dead the unknown confirming Plaintiff's title to the in month of August. 1954. i To Appear; State Of Florida Tot suit for
and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under heirs at law legatees, devisees or lands hereinabove described and which is the : day of August, 1954. Viola Little. whose residence and Divorcehas
Published every Friday- grantees of each of them; Waterman other relief, and it appearing from i Dated this 24 day of June. 1954. I address is: Alapaha Georgia. been filed against you In the
the Act of March 3, 1879. Y. ttuddington and Nancy 1[. Bud- said sworn Bill of Complaint that (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby You are required to appear on above named Court and cause and
dington. his wife the names of the Defendants are Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- vou are required of
if living, and if August 2, 1954 in the above named to serve a copy
EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION dea.d. the unknown heirs at law unknown except as therein set forth, ford County. Florida. I Court and cause wherein plaintiff your answer or pleading to the
NATIONAL
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER = legatees devisees or grantees of and that the addresses and residences 7/2-U-7/2J seeks divorce. complaint on the Plaintiff
each of them; John U Uaskins, if of said Defendants are unknown I Bradford County Telegraph shall Attorney T. Frank Landrum
Living, and if dead his unknown and that there is no personor AOTICK TO .AITEIRla publish this Order in next four Starke, Florida,
It's Time AgainNow heirs at law, legatees, devisee or persons within the State of Florida Circuit Court. Bradford C*..tyFUridat I weekly issues. and file the original In the office of
Budget grantees; William W Wills and the service of process upon I IB Chaacery. t Witness my hand and official the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB
Caroline A. Wills his wife. if living, whom would bind said absent or unknown 'Alice W. Taylor Plaintiff, ys. William seal at Starke, Florida, this July 1, "or before the
and if dead, the unknown heirs at Defendants, and that each t! \. Taylor DefendantCa 1954. 2 day of August .1954-
i is the time for all Bradford County consider the budget worked up by the commissioners law. legatees devisees or granteesof known and named Defendant is I >e No. IO-57S otherwise the allegations of laid
is The and well- each of them; 1. Ira Gore also over the age of twenty-one years Notice To. Appear. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chsnes: A. DarbyAs Complaint will be taken as confessed
now. progress
citizens to their thinking caps, sharpenup that the of each unknownand Clerk of said Court
put on known as J. Ira Gore. and Julia T. and age To: William W. Taylor whose I by you.
their pencils and help their commissioners being of your county is involved, and it is Gore, his wife, if living and if dead. unnamed Defendant is un- residence and address is: 1912 East By Marian L Crosby. Deputy Clerk This notice shall be published
Zach II. 505 BuildIng
the unknown heirs at law, legatees, cnown. Fifth; 'Street, Lumberton, North Douglas Lynch once each week for four consecutiveweeks
and l
Each
decide on the budget to follow in running the your money which will be spent. ,devisee or grantees of each This is. therefore to command Carolina. Jacksonville Florida.Attys. In the Bradford County Telegraph -
A taxpayer should familiarize himself of them; Thomas J. Hickmanand each of you. and you are hereby i Your are hereby notified that a for Plf. 7 S 4t 7 :23 I
county government for the coming year. every Manerva Hickman, his wife. Itliving notified and required toaerea, cop 1 suit for setting aside decree ofdivorce Dated this 30 day of June, 1J54.
of the tentative budget is printed in with the budget and thus have a better idea and if dead, the unknown or your Answer or other pleadingto enteredhas XOTICE TO APPEAR ,0FFIlIALSEAL) Charlie A. Darby
copy I I la Circuit Bradford C.uutyFI.rlda ,..' Clerk
Court. of the Circuit Court
heirs at law, herein Plaintiff's filed In the
legatees, de\isees the Complaint on been against you
along with news story in whichwe of what services the county government per- of or Williams : I. Chaucer ET Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
this issue a grantees each of them; W F attorneys, & FuUh, above named Court and cause and
have tried to explain it more fully.It forms and what these services cost. Seals and E. 11. Seals his wife. if P. O. L--OX 188 Starke. Florida and you are required to serve a copy of I Robert F. Morgan. Plaintiff. vs. 7/3 4t 7/2J
living, and if dead the unknown file the original Answer or other your answer or pleading n the complaint I
remember that thisis take time and effort on the heirs at law, legatees pleading in the office of the Clerk on the Plaintiff Attorney '
will _
to It some devisees i < '> '
is important or I "' ::: :.. : ::: ::.: .:::.,:; ::: ::\"= -.;I--'::: -:
grantees of each of them; S. F. of the Circuit Court in and for Geo. E. Turner, 1302 Florida
a tentative budget only. At a meeting of part of taxpayers to acquire sufficient under- Gardiner and Mary E. Gardiner, his Bradford County. Florida on or before I Title Building, Jacksonville, LIMITDTIMR ONLY
commission August 2 at the wife, if living and if dead, the un- the 9 day of August. A.D., 1954, \ Floridaand
on
the county standing of the problems of government to known heirs at law, legatees, devisees ''if you fail to do so. Decree Pro I file the original In the office of
courthouse, the public has the opportunityto or grantees of each of them; Confesso will be taken against you I the Clerk of the Circuit Court en
before enable them to offer suggestions or constructive L. Strong and his unknown wife for the relief demanded by the lor before the 2 day of August. 1954:
voice its opinion as to any changes, Strong, and the un- Complaint.It otherwise the allegations of said
the budget is adopted. Once this is done, criticism. But we are sure that the known heirs at law. legatee, devisees is hereby ordered that this Notice Complaint will be taken as confessed 1FI
will welcome the interest of or grantees i.f each of them; shall be published once each by you.
the budget is fixed for the coming year, and commissioners W. T. Weeks John I.. Hendrieks and week for four consecutive week in This notice shall be published
deletions. the public in helping them to do a better job Mary A. Hendnck.s wife if liv- the Bradford County Telegraph .a I once eAch week for foul consecutive ,
it will be too late for additions or ing, and if dead, tI,.- unknown heirs week1 newspaper published in weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -, .
then the time to study and for Bradford County. at law legatees, d. isees or grant- I Starke. Bradford County Florida. I I
Obviously, ees of each of them Hellen A S"n. I Witness my hand and the seal of Dated this 23: day of June. 1954. II
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ders. if living, ai il if dead: her un- our said Circuit Court at Starke, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chartes A. Darby I I .
You are hereby n tltd thar a known heirs at ''nx legatees. deVisees Bradford County. Florida this the Clerk of the Circuit Court I "5- I
,,,"''''''''''''''''''''""'""""""""""""', putt for or grantee- Belle Etta Weaver 3 day of Julv. A.!).. 1934.OFFICIAL : By Marian' L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 8

Divorcehas if living ami if dead her Unknown ( SEAL) Charles ,\. Dub 7/2-41-7/23:
been filed against you In .h'l heirs at I law legatees, devisees Clerk of said Circuit Court \ \
GRAHAMMrs. SERVICE MEN .ibove named Court and cause ,I or grantees; Cyrus H. Sistrunk By Marian 1... Crosby." Deputy Clerk NOTICE TO APPEAR i \ .
1 .v nu are required to serve a copy of I of Starke Bradford County. Florida: 7/9 4t 7/30: I'' IB Circuit Court Bradford CuuutyFloeldas S '
your answer or pleading tr the Vlrdie n Futch (also known as Yer- I. Ck.aeery.Lansing ,
complaint on the Plat itlffa 'die B. Futch) and C. A. Futch, her NOTICE OF APPLICATION J. Booth. Plaintiff. vs. Helen I
John McKlnneyk4jjLA1A4A1A4AAAAAAAl : I- Gives 32 miniature |
Attorney Samuel W. Getzen P. husband, both of Starke. Bradford FOR TAX liBEl I Iooth, Defendant. you ice
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O. Box SI, Gainesville Florida ,County, Florida, and any and all Ilau.e Bill :\.. UiI;:: Case No. 10-5SO I I cubes ideal for small
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&&& and file the original in the office 01 other persons claiming any right Notice is hereby g \en. that Kenneth I \ntl... To Appear I ; .a.- -- glasses! Fin' any dri tritOt..
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on title or interest in and to the following C. Grider the holder of the following To: Helen Booth whose residenceand -
Mrs. Equillia Roberts just reI 's day of August, 1914; described lands in the Cityof certificates has filed said I address is: Unknown.You Bring in this coupon today/ ]:

turned home from Georgia where j Ii jtherwlse the allegations Of said Starke. tVadford County, Florida certificates for a tax deed to be issued I are hereby notified that a I'I'I
i Complaint will be taken at confess to-wit: thereon. The certificate numbers suit for HAMI la
she has spent a few days visiting or before the Beginning: at the intersection of and years of issuance the description Divorce
of the property, and the has been filed against yon In the |
relatives. *d by you the East line of Church Street ADOtESS
names in which it was assessed are above named Court and cause and .
This notice shall b* publishedonce with the North line of Call - - - ..
Mrs. Flake Watson returned to each week for four consecutive Street, thence run South 72* 18' as follows: you are required to serve a copy of
at the Farm Mon weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Kast 215.01; feet, thence I Certificate No. 60. Year-of Issuance your answer or pleading to the complaint -
Colony North
her job run
I 191i%. the Plaintiff's AttorneyT.
on
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after her two weeks 17 56' East 105.00 feet, thence Description of Com. at Frank Landrum, Starke. We Service Everything We Sell
day night Dated this 7 day of July. 1934.: run Xorth 7%' 18' West 215.35 Property: a
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1. point on N side of the ASR & GlUt Florida,
vacation. She gave a quilting ..:.' OFFICIAL SHAD Charles A. Darbj feet to the East line of C'hurl'htre..t of
where and file the original In the office
.. _' Clerk of the Circuit Court thence Westmoreland St. crosesthe
party while home and served ice By Marian 1... Crosby Deputy Clerk 105.00; feet run to South the 17 44'West R/W of the ASH & GRIt & onE the Clerk of the Circuit Court on !
point of side of said St. & run N parallel or before the 2 day of August.
7/9 4t 7/20::
cake for refreshments. beginning, situated in the
cream Starke, Bradford City of : with Westmoreland St. 200 ft. for 1954; otherwise tne allegations of G. J. N'GIIFF'GENERAL
Mrs. Oltis McKinney and chil- which is tl.e same County property Florida which, a pt. of beg thence continue N parallel :said Complaint will be taken asc..nf..ed
,,Westmoreland St iO ft.thence by you.
dren. of Columbus. Ga.. spent a I .NOTICE TO APPKMIIB been from time to time has erroneously E at right angles to said St. This notice shall be published
with Mr. and Mrs. John Mc Circuit r.or Bradford Co.uty.Florida referred to and described as: 417 ft. thence Southwesterly to pt once each week for four consecutive APPLIANCESCor.
Lots
week
5
6, 7 and S of Block
: la Chancery.Li'm 12 of of beg being in the SE'i of SE',4Sec. I weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
the
Kinney. Holme Plaintiff. v>. Dealia Florida.original Town of Starke. 29 T 6 S R 22 E. graph ;.LECTRIC
around here Hitimt Defendant. Name in which assessed: Un Dated this :30: day of June 1954. Call' & Walnut t Phone 229
Everybody is busy r Case No. 10-5S6; You. and each of you. are here-I I known. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I
carrying their tobacco to market. \nlii-r Tu .'ppi.ar. by notified that there has been filed I All of said property being in the i Clerk of tne Circuit Court Starke. Fla.
1'., Dealia Holmes whose resi- ,in the Circuit Court in and for Bradford I. County of Bradford, State of Flor- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Mrs. Lizzie Hines has been very,I,4 1 d<-.i:... and address i i.: : Unknown <\nintv Florida a Hill in Chan- 'ida. 7/2: 4t 7 21


sick this but writing.seems She to be is with better her at I ." 'i, .f'' ;1; / f' _________' has l-iii-uit oeen are for Tiled divorce hereby against notilied you Hal in the a \I -

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daughter, Mrs. Alice Starling in above named Court and cause and'' S
you are required to serve a ropy of'vour :
Graham.Mr. I answer or pleading to the complaint ,
- -- the Plaintiff's
-- on Attorney
and Mrs. John McKinneyand
K: K. ""H'man. .;tark('. Florida
daughter, Roselee. and Mr. Robert A (Bobby i Wiggins. I tnd file the original in the office You little downYou
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
L. of Lake ,
and Mrs. V. McKinney,
seaman USN. son of Mi and Mrs. or before the 16 day of August. pay

City and Helen Burn of Tyron.S. One A. Wiggins of Starke. has I 1:*54.; otherwise the allegation-
and said Complaint will be taken as confessed -
C., were visiting Saturday
reported to the U. S. Naval Air by you. '
oil Sunday they attended Mrs. i I| This notice shkii: be published ,
John McKinney's father. Leo Station at Alameda, Calif. for duty once each week lor four c..l get the most dollar-for-dollar value in a new

Youngblood's birthday dinner who with the Special Services Division.He I graph.weeks in the Bradford secutiv'l Ford. And at trade-in time, Ford returns more of its (and the payments are easy)
f
celebrated his 76th anniversary.He transferred from the Naval I I ( Dated this 1.; day.) Charles of July. .l94OFFICIALSE.tL. Darby! I II original price so it costs you less to own and drive.

lives in Wauchula. I I Clerk of the Circuit Court
Training Center at San Diego,
Miss Emily McKinney left Mon ,By Marian 1... Crosby, Deputy Clerk.

day naming 1 for Madison. where I Calif. I i-I 7,16-4t- You for trade-in'

she will spend a week at 4-H ;| IB Clrralt Court. Bradford County. : more
I Florida; la Ckauierr.Halda : get your
Camp'. !1! W. Abinet, Plaintiff vs. Her1 II

Raymond :Moody is spending I nun Abinet Defendant Case No. 10-378 ,

this week with his sister Mrs. i Order of Publication aad Xulh'e To

Clair Hardenbrook. in Jacksonville.Mr. Herman Apprmrt State Abinet.of whose Florida residenceunii T.: Our sales are high. so our overhead per car is low.

in Keystone. and Mrs.Heights John on:Moody Monday were on address are required is: LX KXO"X.You to appear. on And we're passing this saving on to you in the form (and more car tO trade later)

August 2. 1954, in the above named
of the trade-in allowances in
business" Court and cause. wherein plaintiff j highest our history.

Dinner seeks divorce custody and control |
Birthday
I..r minor children t
John C. Moody celebrated his Bradford County Telegraph shall <

70th birthday Sunday at his home I publish this Order in next four You tomorrow ,
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weekly issues.
IP Graham with a birthday dinner. I Witness my hand and officialseal gel styling
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with about 50 relatives and friends I I at Starke, Florida this June
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present. The dinner was served on Pvt. Edwin E. Conway son of I' (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darb' ,

a large table under some large |:Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Conway of As Clerk of said Court Clerk ,
By Marian: L. Crosby. Deputy
pecan trees in the yard. All of Staike entered the U. S. Army I Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Build- > Ford's styling will do more than show friends your

hs children, but two, were present -I Apiil 7 at Ft. Jackson. S. C. He II ing, *Jacksonville. fur Plf. Florida.7/2: 4t 7'23: I IAlly | S good taste. Long after other '54 cars are "old hat," (another reason why Fords "trade" high)

Among them were Mrs. B. was sent to Camp Gordon. Ga. 1
Of The Couaty Judge. I II Ford will still be right in style.
McKinney, Starke; Mrs. Clara I for his eight weeks basic training IB The Court |, your

Hardenbrook Jacksonville; Mrs. and he is now at Ft. Benning.Ga. I Bradford I. Probate.fount. Florida. I

Helen Wright\ Starke; Mrs. Z. M. where he is training with the IX HE: Estate of Richard D. 3..n-1

Cowart. Jacksonville; Charley I Air Force. I :\ nett. Of Deceased.etlI.e Filing. Petition For FinalDNfharur I, choIce of V-8 Six

Moody Jacksonville; and Leonard Fail M. I' WHOM IT Of MAY.\.duiiniotrator.TO CONCEUN'Ni.ti.'e You'get a or
Wainwright. whose wife
Graham.
and Raymond Moody of I : is hereby given that I ha\e

Mr. Moody received a numberof Nora Lee lives in Staike. was I filed my final returns as- Administrator .
of the estate of Ru-hard 1llVnnett. I
fine gifts. We wish him many !jecently promoted to sergeant first t I : deceased; that I have filed j

more Happy: Birthdays.LAWTEY. class while serving with the 5th my petition for final discharge, an.1 Ford is the world's largest builder of V-8 engines. .

Regimental Combat Team in Korea. -I I th'at I will A. Yawn.apply to County the Honorable'Theron Judge of j Many higher priced cars are V-8s but Ford is the (the only V'8 In" itS field)

A supply sergeant in Co. A, 'Bradford County Florida. on July
TV
V VVVV
y"yyyy.vvv V V'VT I
I that offers V-8.
I Wainwrisht entered the Army in 24. 1954.: for approval of same and.for only car in the low-price field a
Administratoriof
I[ final discharge as
j March 1953 and arrived in Korea the estate of Richard D. Bennett.
I
\ j 1 last August. He is the son of Mr. Deceased.
I| June 24. 1954.
:'and Mrs. N. C. Wainwright. Rt. 2. (Signed) Richard ennt'tt.Tr You

by L, II. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA J I!Green Cove Springs.- :I|i Administrator Richard Bennett of .the Deceased 7/2-41-7 estate: of 23ISOTICK I II |: get ball-joint suspension


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Pfc. Lewis
Smith Jr.. son of -

Mrs. C A. McSwain: accompanied Mrs. Emma Smith of Rt. 2. Brook- I In Circuit: ('..urt.TO.n1I Bradford ('''Ullt1'. I

by Mrs. Ruth Jones and er. is serving in Korea with the : Florida: la Chancery. New Ball- oint Front Suspension is the greatest chassis the chassis advance in 20 )
Plaintiff. vs ( greatest years
daughter who have been spendingsome 7th Inf. Div. He entered the Andrew Jay Mi-Daniel
Mabel A. Daniel, Defendant.Cae advance in 20 years! Only Ford and two bJgher-
time here. went to Ft. Pierce Army in March 1933 and was stationed No. 10-593: .
,
Saturday evening for a combined at :>picr To Appear priced cars offer its easier handling and riding. It's .
Camp Breckenridge .' S
Ky. ,
Mal.el A. Mi-Daniel, whose S 5'a, *' .S S
To: sS .
trip for several another In which Ford's worth more. .
business-pleasure
before arriving in Korea last re.ilemand address i.: I'nknown. yet way
dayo. August. I You are hereby notified that a S

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds and suit for divorce
-- I in the
has been filed against you
(Jlren. of JackaonviHs spent Robert L. Stefanelli. son of Mr. I above named Court and cause and

the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Stefanelli of you are required to serve a copy of
pleading to the complaint -
and Mrs. R. W. Mosley Sr. Starke. has recently been advancedto : your answer on the or Plaintiff's AttorneyT.

C.Y.. Womack, a ministerial the rating of Interior Communications -; Fiank Landrum. Starke Fla., --- S.
and file the original In the officeof '
student from the University of I :
Electrician 3At pres- the Cle.-k of the Circuit Court on 'S.- ,
Florida in Gainesville conducted I Iservices 'ent he is serving aboard the light ;or before the 9 day of August 1954; -' ,

at the Methodist Church i aircraft carrier otherwise the allegations of said :;,, ,:,, "
USS in the '
I Saipan Complaint will be taken as confessed 1f
last Sunday morning. He is also Far East. by you %

expected to be here again next This notice shall be published once \JLz
each week for four consecutive : !*
Sunday. I. Charles E. Hutcheson. son of C. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- :_

Friends of Harold Pearce \\illl C. Hutcheson Rt. 2. saike. a graph. : '

be interested to know that he entered i student at the University! of Florida Haled ibis 7 day or July. 1954.OFFICIAL : ,
I I ( SKAL) Charles A. Dub
the Veterans hospital. in I. is currently attending ROTC Clerk of the Circuit Court

Lake City. on Saturday for a I!summer camp at Ft. Benning, Ga Pj' Marian L. Crobby. Deputy Clerk

period of observation and treat- i The six-week encampment is designed 7 'S 4t 7.30

ment. I to give practical applicationto !NOTICE TO APPKtR

The Hallie Jones family, of St. theories taught by ROTC in- In Circuit Court. Bradford County,
of Florida IB Chancery.Jake .
Augustine. were Monday guests
structors in college. Each cadet B. Padgett. Plaintiff vs. AnnaM.
liis Mrs. Louis H. Hill. The
aunt.
Defendant.
attending the camp is striving fora Padgett
children are now visiting Mrs. I Case No. 19-531
commission in the US Army.
,
I toll ? To Appears
Hill while their parents are vacationing I To: Anna M. Padgett. whose resilience -
away from home. and address is-: Unknown.You .

Lee Taylor arrived last Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. suit for are hereby notified that a

and is now recuperating at :Wainwright. : DivorceI

the home of his parents. Mr. and Freddie Dinkins is vacationingwith I been tiled against you In the
I above named Court and cause and
Mrs Noah Taylor after some time relatives in South Florida. : y.ou are required to serve a copy of

spent in an Atlanta hospital, i Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley and your answer or pleading to the complaint ? 'iu'II 1
I flowlriell
the Plaintiffs Attorney
on do better
\\here he underwent major surgery children. and Mrs. A. H. Harley I T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. ;/7/1/ on a

;I Sr., were visiting relatives in Jack- and file the original In the office of .
G. W. I : the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Roberts Sr. and son, sonville
Sunday. : before the 2 day of August. 1K4! : .
George Jr., spent last week attending i Mr. and Mrs. George RobertsJr. otherwise the allegations of said
to business in Durham Complaint will be takea as confessed I
are spending this week with '
by you
.Mjhde8ibIrP9olFORD
fC, her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Amos I This notice shall be published 1

Mr and Mrs Walker Peterson, ,Wyllys in Hasting. once each week for four consecutive
I weeks in the Bradford County Telerraph. .
of Jacksonville, were Saturday : The James Waters family moved I, .

last Saturday from the Griffis Dated this SO j day of June. IIH.I P"Af I
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I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
!home near the school house to ,; Clerk of the Circuit Court

HOW TO RELIEVE SKIN ITCH. their newly erected home west of By Marian 1. Crosby Deputy ClerkI

IN IB MINUTES I itown just beyond the city limits. I. 11-tt- !%3

U Ml *UiJ. year Wcfc at aa? The Circuit Court of the Kichth
4nt ....... ITCH U-NOT kt* BUI &OTICK "APPEAR I, Judicial Circuit. IB And For Brad. Andrews Motor Co0Phone I
....tl.U U .... lUa U Btlaat**! i** : !. art-ait Court. Bradford COB a If.PUrliU ford (HBty., Florida.
Watelrtie.! aatlMptU ectUa UatUuta ? I. ttuM-M-T. la Chaacrry. :\.. l -&-':. .
elf sut <*< AND FUNGUS ON CONTACT. Flae lrcaaau. Dorothy Ehidbrih Bayer. Defend '(leorgev.. Cole. Et Al.I Defendants.XOTICK .
riaf.,.. 'oot itCh, etkr ii,. ant.
fIca rah.*. T.iy itMITCIIELLS I! Case No. 10-53S The Mate Of Florida T.J.
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DRUG STOKE Tti. l> 'r,>thv Klizaiieth'whi. Ha\.r <""I... his \\ .fo, if living and if dead. I Ithe Ii
.'..' r"'d.-H md addri b" ."** uikn\\n. he-rs at law. legateeV -. ]I TV. FORD THEATRE. WMBR-TV SUNDAY 6 P.,1.,
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to return to Cocoa this week. (Jimmie Broome of Orlando. Nell fTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTVTTTI I Winkler Bernice 'Thomas, and !day. Attorney A J. Thomas. Starke, ;'Starke at the (I',ty Hall in Starke
Williams her aunt Yvonne Crosby were business Everybody went to Lake ': Florida Florida until l :00 oilo.k P :!of. on
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Manningand is now visiting I City
and file the original in the office of Tuesday, the :Jrd! day of August,
HAMPTONby four children have moved Mrs. Broome.Mr. BAYLESS MAY'I visitors in Gainesville, Tuesday. i Tuesday, to the tobacco market. I, the Clerk ot the Circuit Court on i A.l>.. 1954, at which time and place
from Tampa to the Watterson and Mrs. C. H. Layfield and Miss Bonnie Clark has accepted Bet they had lots of fun eating or before the I II fall opened bids and receded will be publicly.
I 16 day of August 1954 read aloud on the fol
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Sirs. Wm. W. Hammond house recently vacated by Mrs. family of Gainesville and Mrs. by Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA j I I a position with Bullington's Studios -I peanuts and popsicles. j otherwise the allegations, of laiC: I lowing
Ena Nazworth and family who Ernie Dowling of Starke were i in Starke. Thought for the week: What- '1 Complaint will >e taken as confess. One New U 34 Tudor sedan Color
Jd by youThis Black Six
or Eight Cylinder
witha
AL LA AAAA ALA A LA ALALALA ALA have moved to Starke.Mr. Sunday guests of the Raleigh A large crowd attended the fish ever a man soweth, that shall he {I notice snail: 6. published Minimum of 160 HP :Motor and
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Brannens Mrs. M. B. reap. once each week for four ,with a Minimum 115 Inch Wheel
Layfield accompanied at consecutive
Mr and Mrs. Jasper Jones Jr. and Mrs. Emory Brown Rev. :Martin filled his regular fry Hampton Lake, Saturday ;,: weeks in the Bradford County Telerraph. 'Base Equipped with Heavy Duty
and baby of Crescent in and son Randall spent Sunday at her son and family to appointment at Bayless Highway night. The food was delicious. T. NOTICE 10 AHPF.ARIn l akel'. Radiator and Fan and
City were Earleton Beach. Gainesville where she will spend Church N. Norman deserves the Clrrait Coart. Bradford Ce..iy, 1 j 1'dlrd this 9 day of July! 1954.! Turn Indicator.
town Sunday afternoon. the week. Sunday morning and eve- credit Florida: In fhanrrryIn < (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles .'\. Leroy I One 1S5! Tudor Sedan, Eight
Charles Manier returned froma ning. for he was the chief cook. RE: Adoption of Iar'inayne 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 r>Imder. Mainline Ford to be
Mrs. Bruce Roark, Mrs. D. W. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest and The Associational Mr. and Mrs. I Green a minor, by Thomas L. Sapp' By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk traded on purchase of new car
months with Sunday School Chester
camping the Boy Cooper and II and Cora L. Sapp, his wife 7 16-41-S! The raid City revues the right
Swindell and Willow Ruth Ham Scouts at Orange Park, Saturday.He children of Miami and Mrs. T. F. met with Kingsley Lake Church daughters, Chestine and Doris, of Case Xo. 10-aSi!I ; to accept or reje+ t any or all bids..

mond visited Mr. and Mrs. R. F. reports a fine time but is suf- Brqjvn were sight seeing in Cedar Tuesday night. Quite a few Bay- Pearson, Ga., were the guests of I Setlre To: Martin T* Appear I.. Green: 90 hose re Sealed' CALL hid, will FOR b BIDS tc'l'i I i b> "< .'u.111\1 John1-..f Starkr. (_'.:\ i lerk Florida
Dyal at the Farm Colony at fering from an infected ear. Keys and visited the Stephen Fos- less Highway folks attended. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Holley, the I idenoe and address i-.: P..I Box the itv I'ounru ,ifhe I'uv o'f -3t-.30

Gainesville Sunday afternoon. The W. M. U. met at the Bap- ter Memorial on Tuesday. Mr. and Everyone is very busy now grad- weekend of July 4. Also Mrs. Hoi- I 66. Jackson are ,hereby MichiganYou notified ttit a ..... --

Patsy and! Dennis Roark who had tist Church Thursday with Sirs. Mrs. Weest returned home Wed- ing tobacco and getting it off to ley's sister, Mrs. Edna Cooper, suit for

spent the weekend with their Don Hill in charge of the program nesday accompanied by their three the market. I Mrs. William WyatT and son of Adoptionbaa been filed against you in the -

grandparents returned home with Mrs. Flora Belle Brown children who had spent several Mrs and Mrs. R. L. Lewis of Columbus, Ga., were weekend above: named Court and cause and
weeks with their gr&ndmother, you are required to serve a copy of
them. and Mrs. Edward Saxon were Darien, Ga., weekend guests.Mr. I
were guestsof
your answer or pleading to the
Loren Brown was called to Cocoa hostesses, eight members were Mrs. Brown and uncle Topsy and I Mrs. Lewis' parents, Mr. and and Mrs. M. W. Robertson :complaint on tire Plaintiff / FOOD FREEZER I It !

last Thursday, where his brother present. family. I Mrs. W. C. Ward. These folks had his mother and brother Ralph Ii

Jessie Brown was injured in an Glenda Vining has returned Miss Willow Ruth Hammond at- ,along with Mr. and Mrs. Freddie of Crawfordville, as weekend I i

auto accident. Mr. Brown expects from a visit with her aunt, Mrs. i iI tended a business meeting and Watterson enjoyed a picnic at guests. Glad to have them visiting I I ii
L I practice of the B. H. S. Majorettes Lake. with us at Bayless 3I I
II Kingsley I COLONIALFLORIST
!at Starke on Saturday. --i I II" I i
Mrs. Leah Brown of Jackson ... E I
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ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. How- -" -- -- -
''Jean and Harvey, children of the I
aid Brown and Mrs. Neta Brown
;' H. W. Bakers spent Friday after- i Wash Your Clothes
for several weeks. '
HUNDREDS noon at the Hammond home. I

\ i* Mr and Mrs. W. N. Jacksoj We were very sorry to hear 9 Pounds FLOWERSFor

and Sunday about the serious illness of Mrs. !
: family were guestsof
of details are managed and economic Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kitchensand F. M. Norman Sr. She is better, For 40c! All Occasions

ally attended that only a trained and Gainesville. I
of
family
careful organization can attend when 'I Mr. and Mrs. B. Eiland and boysof 'I now.Mr.. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and FREE Bleach If Desired! PHONE 218 Counterbalanced lid ., Thermometer

the urgent need for serving is at Route 301 called on the Bruce:: I family were dinner guests of her "'.-' Positive-Action ('tacking) fI Twa-Coat Baked Enamel fREEZER

hand. Roarks Saturday night. I parents, :Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- (j) .. latch Flash CAPACITY

i! Mrs U. D. Dyal and son, Jimmy. Rae, Sunday.Mr. Automatic Interior Light ? u-texto* Out Piecl 389

accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Elmer and Mrs. Freck Robertson We Will .' Selective Temperature Liner.

DeWITT C. JONESPhone ;|Lewis and daughter, Wanda, of of Starke and :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dry Your Clothes Control "5

7 Starke Fla. Crews were dinner guests of the DISH GARDENS i--- :" Removable WkeBaskets
r Starke to Jacksonville Saturday. (Without) B $kets3195CGRIFF
,........esee For 20c
Floyd Crosbys Sunday.
I Miss Carolyn Hendry of Jack- POTTED PLANTS
Funeral Director Ambulance Service : sonville has returned home after Sorry to hear that Mi s. Sherman In New Automatic Driers!

visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Crosby has been on the sick POTTERY G. J. M
Our local funeral home enable u to offer convenience oj Wm. Slade, and several aunts and list, but hear that she is better I e ':gm :

service not otherwise available uncles. Flowers WiredAnywhere

.. I .. .. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastainand now.Everyone enjoyed the revivalsat GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCall
children, Sue, and Tommywere Heilbronn and Raiford last TheVasheteria\ & Walnut Sts. Starke Fla
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and in Jacksonville Sunday. week.

accept ANT life insurance policy In force isaied by ANY Mrs. Jessie Chastain accompanied Mrs. O. E. Crosby and daughter, Temple \\"e. Starke!Ii Nona St. Siarke Plenty Freezer Supplies

company u payment In part or in full on a funeral. Mrs. Wesley Andrews and i Beverly Jo, Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, I II I
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to Sulphur Springs Monday, where I

they will spend several days.
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chett were in Gainesville Tuesday I .
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night of last week where the girls t

COOt IH DWDM I I enjoyed Mrs. roller William skating.Hammond and Try this

men now i daughter, Willow Ruth were
;1 ;, I Thursday dinner guests of Mr. :

and Mrs. D. W. Swindell. Also

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In Circuit Court, Bradford ('..uatT'j' refreshingqmz
AS P Florida; In Chancery.
dovble ot6 ]I."l.lHorn Plaintiff, v". Jim Horn .
etendant Case No. 1-: 9j'
From July 1INCLUDING NOTICE TO '''PtaUI s 4
I T" Jim Horn. whose residence and.uldirss :. ,
2 DELICIOUS MEALS I. iv: ,',o James Davis, Boom
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Spacious Rooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Course suit You for are hereby notified that a

!Divorce custody and control of
2 Private Pools Cabanas Private Beach minor child
has been filed against you in the
Putting Green Intimate Cocktail lounge Dancing above named Court and cause and
you artrequired to serve a copy of
Plomed Entertainment Fisherman's Paradise. your answer or pleading to the com- ,
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plaint <,n the Plaintiffs AttorneyT
For ttitrvetloM t BmKurtwrit Frank Landrum, Starke. Klo r

.r wire Ruth Sfrayw.0...Mgr. rr+ 'r I and rida file the original in the office of
the Clerk <>f the Circuit Court on
".1' before the 16 day of August 1SJ4; "A 114 ,
of said
i.theruise the allegations
j "Complaint will be taken as con- 14Y
A CKAIC Horn ;;; fa 11-"-ed by you 8 11 )
l This notice shall be published once \
< aza weeks in the Bradford County Tele- :
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DI1ICUY MOST FAMOUS HACK"DAYTONA this 14 day of July, 1954.OFFICIAL I
I ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby :
lEACH, FLORIDA i I Clerk of the Circuit Court :. i1
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rAG> !i: rut'K BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. STABJ
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Miss Grady Mobley Marries Paul Downey Starke BPW Plan Guard Plans Dance |Mrs. Edward Hall Recent Birth:

In( Double Ring Ceremony At Bride's HomeMr. New Year's FinancesThe For Tomorrow Night !Speaks At State Mr. and Mrs. Jackson W. Den-


M and Mrs. W. L. Mobley of .1 Starke Business and Pro- Starke's National Guard unit;.Children's Meeting mark of Jacksonville former
r I Starke residents, announce the
Starke announce the marriage of I f fessional Women's Club met Monday will sponsor a round and square
1 Mrs. Edward A. Hall member:birth of a son Roger LaMar: ,
their daughter Grady to Paul night at the Catholic Centerto dance Saturday at the Starke Ar- i ii '
I 'of the Bradford County Children's'Committee on July 15 in the Starke Maternity -
Downey, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. iT Ld II consider financial plans for the mory. The music will be furnishedby I II'
I | upon invitation of the Hospital.Were .
J. Downey, also of.Starke. The : a f ir I coming year; the program was I Toby Dowdy and his O. K. Florida Children's Commission,

Gladys :Mooty wedding took place at the Mobley j given by financial chairman :Mil- Diamond Ranch TV troupe. I'
i spoke at the annual meeting of
Phone 35Mrs. home on the.Raiford highway, '. I dred Sapp, and auditor Maryon The dance is from 8 p. m. to 12 I that commission held July 12-13,[ developed: 1) that all county -

___ IIIII ,1"I Thursday evening, July 8, at six i II I Arnold. midnight, and.the. admission I at Ft. Lauderdale. Bradford County -I and city law enforcement officials -
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I o'Hock with Judge Alex A. Yawn I y Plans also were discussed on the charge is $1.50 per couple. The be instructed on the best
along with two other counties, i
Morris Williams I Janice B Dansby, performing the double ring cere ''Lr 'q It I!district meeting which is to beheld general public is cordially invited. was singled out for this honoras [procedures to be used in handling

mony. i in Starke in September. I II :juvenile cases and 2)) parental

Honored At ShowerMrs. Rodney P. HallEngagement The bride chose for her weddinga I t I I Hostesses for the evening were I Seven Women Attend field doing of juvenile outstanding delinquency.work in the !| responsibility for the acts of children -

of Lake Told lovely white lace over satin 1 'll June Brownlee and Maryon Ar Council MeetingSeven I In the course of the meeting, be brought home to every
Williams
Morris
ballarina length featuring
gown nold.
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.'f II two objectives for the coming year parent.
the former Evelyn Newsome, -, and sleeves. I
City :a round net yoke puff I
of Starke. was the honoree at a I She carried a nosegay of white ,;;... [ Edwards Has members from the Bradford -
\ Jerome County Home Demonstration
lovely stork shower last Friday, i|carnations with white satin r
;Council attended the State Council
evening at the E. W. Hayes Kings-) (streamers. Birthday PartyMr. i
Meeting held at the University of
Icy Lake home, given by the mem- : Miss Betty Jean demons at- Florida in Gainesville last week

bers of the Beta Sigma Phi soro-, I tended the bride as bridesmaid.She 11 11fz entertained. and Mrs.Saturday Merrill night Edwards honor- July 12-16. They were accompanied

ity. a chartreuse waltz
wore by Miss Dorothy Ross
his 15th
ing their son, Jerome, on
A pink color motif was carried i length net gown over taffeta with ., anniversary. About 20 of I Home Demonstration Agent. MrsE.
; birthday
out in the attractive arrangements a matching nylon net stolle. She L. Cox of Starke and Mrs. Dave
his friends were present to help
of seasonal flowers. The carried a nosegay of pink carnations Green of Brooker were the official
I occasion.
celebrate the
many lovely and useful gifts were ( with pink satin streamers.I I, delegates who attended the business -

displayed on a card table. Appropriate I Little Janice Mobley, sister of thp. I Games played on .the lawn included -: sessions.

games were played dur- bride, served as flower girl and i a treasure hunt; Mary Lou I Mrs. E. Whelan., Mrs. H C

ing the evening and prizes were I was attired in white nylon and j Edwards and Deritch Green found Wainwright, Mrs. Effie Miner

won by Helen Malone and Martha carried a basket of pink carna- the treasure. Miss Dorothy Swambaum. and Mrs

Williams. I Out-of-town guests were Spnny Paul Dmkins. all from Lawtey. attended
tions. She had tiny orchids in her I
Delicious refreshments were rit ',La Vinka, student at FSU, Carolyn I the short courses held in On Easy Terms

served by the social committee: hair.J. C. Barton served the groomas kept: the bride's book. Mrs. D. D. I and Judith Ray, of Jacksonville, connection with the state meeting

Barbara Barksdale, Bette Deas, best man. Dotson poured punch from the 'Barbara Ray, student nurse at St. They enrolled in "Your Home

Sarah Williams and Janet Turner.4L4tD f1 Mrs. Mobley chose for her punch table. Also assisting in i Luke's hospital in Jacksonville Grounds" and "Your Home and
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Mk'3 daughter's wedding, a Navy and serving were Mrs. Fulton Mobley land June Jeffords of Fairbanks. You.fered. two of the nine courses of
'I k and Mrs. Carl Brown. I sac
i white two-piece ensemble with a "Your Home Grounds" includeo
:, white carnation corsage. After spending some time with Miss Miriam Hornsby !
landscaping the
plan, lawns
:
I w. ... Mrs. Downey wore a pale blue their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Downey j Given Shower trees screens and foundation i
Lovely
afternoon dress compli- took a wedding trip to Atlanta' I F .
.. J : organza plantings; lights on the outsideDr. t ,
1- -: and points in South Carolina. 'I I i.y.
'7" '" mented with a white carnation Mrs.l The lawn. of the BoatdrainBaptist Erdman West, Professor of

corsage.A Downey chose for Church was the scene ofa Botany, showed color slides of native -
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby of profusion of summer flowers grey linen suit with white acces- i lovely miscellaneous shower Florida plants. Hugh i

Starke announce the engagementof were used to advantage at the sories and an orchid corsage. Roberts, Portland Cement Asso-
Thursday of
evening last week,
their daughter, Janice B. Dans- Mobley home for the wedding and They are making their home at honoring Miss Miriam ciation demonstrated building a

by, to Rodney P. Hall, son of Mr. reception. The bride's table was the Downey residence on West whose marriage to Roy K.Hornsby Bran- movable outdoor grill. '

and Mrs. C. E. Hall of Starke. covered with a handmade crocheted Madison street.Outoftown In "Your Home and You" the _
nen will be an event of Saturday
lace cloth, centered with a guest at the wed- evening. |following was covered; trends In
Methodist WSCS three-tiered wedding cake. The I housing style, construction and :
Look Out Below! cake was surrounded with nylon ding and reception were: Mrs.\ Several games and contests were j finishes; blue prints, plans for

Met This MondayThe tulling into which minature or- Clifton Caldwell of. Maxwell, :enjoyed, and the honoree received"kitchen utility room and bath; To- _

chids were tucked. Balancing the Amie and Linda Boren of Mont- many lovely and useful gifts. oay's Servant electricity; furn-
Fun around the house can, Methodist W. S. C. S. busi- I :
centerpiece were twobranchedsilver gomery, Ala., Mrs. L. Norman of At the close of the evening, refreshments -,ishing your home; and the outdoor
unfortunately, turn into a ness and program meeting was .
grill demonstration.Other
i candle holders holding burn- I Miami Mr. and Mrs. Fulton Mob- were served by the
long stay in the hospital, held Monday afternoon in the ing white tapers. I ley, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thrift and hostesses, Mrs. Edna Jones Mrs. instructors were from the i F G

broken limbs, medical treatment church sanctuary with president, Mrs. R. F. Young cut the bride's: Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mobley and Allie Flakes, andMrs.. Eunice :Agricultural Extension Service I I

a wad of money out Mrs. E. K. Perryman, presiding.Mrs. cake and Mrs. Willa Mae Judd I I son, Donald, all of Macclenny. Wilson. staff and the University staff. ,

of daddy's wallet. R. S. Mullins gave the pro- Six of the members received cer- S

gram on 'The Women and Rural b- Miami tificates presented by Dr. Wayne 1

Why not guard yourself Community". Mrs. Titus Olson Couple I Reitz, Provost of Agriculture, on TUNES ALL 82 CHANNELS :

against such a slide, 'into the gave the devotional. Married Here I behalf of the University for having

red** NOW? Ask us about During the business meetingMrs. I I Miss Elizabeth Van ,successfully completed their course. UHF or VHF :

Personal Accident Insurance. Olson was voted to attend I Steenberg ,"
'the School of Missions held in C and Lester Riebel, both of Iiami'l Senior Class Plans WITH JUST ONE DIAL-! ;.
were united in
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'Lakeland, Aug. 2 to 6. --.I. I marriage on USO Dance
June 23 by Judge T. A. Yawn. TonightNext Model TU2212. The history-making set that brought

: Brother dig those tomatoes that this hot weather also congratsto I:Mr. and :Mrs. Riebel are friends of
H. C. WALL Mrs J. D. Doyle I year's senior class America 21' TV at the price of other 17'sets-now with
Mae Woody is harvesting in her Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile who 'Mr. and Mrs. Michael Barry and, Bradford at all-new deluxe 82-channel tuner that instantly tunes
High School
AGENCY Gives Garden PartyA little garden plot on Park street celebrated their 40th wedding an- 'I Mrs. Barry attended the couple at square dance at the USO is giving a every present and future TV station! Powered by

they weigh around a pound niversary on July 16 hear that the marriage. Building Admiral's amazing Cascode Chassis. plus "DX"
last Friday night at 8 The
garden party was given p. m. danceis
Phone 146 and a little more apiece, and that's. Jeanne Sommer celebrated her I
Finder. deluxe
features in
Range many a smart,
Friday morning by Mrs. J. D. sponsored by Teen Town and
a lot of chili sauce in anybody'slanguage 7th birthday on Sunday and Char- Presbyterian ,.
200 E. Call Street Doyle in honor of her sister, Mrs. WomenThe its proceeds will go towards pay- compact mahogany-finished cabinet.
have you spotted lene Hardy was 13 years old on
R. F. Prather La. Soft' ing the seniors
Starke Jennings expenses in
an
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'I George Kopelousos' new Guidon July 16 Jim Lewis who was General meeting of the
annual Admiral
drinks and home-made cookies trip.
Grill sign with the fish swimmingdown 8 years old last Friday entertained Presbyterian Women of the Church $
: were served by the hostess' daughter the length of the sign? Sureis 20 of his little friends at a party will be held Tuesday The admission price for the 82-Channel' TV p9995
,
.. Sandra. to where refreshments and July 27. evening dance is 25c. There will be con-
these days parkup games at 8 I
o'clock J
. a pleasure in the Sun- prices start at
.._. tests
n" Those present were: Mrs. M. F. town without worrying about favors were enjoyed Ii day School rooms. and door prizes.

Hazen, Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Mrs. T. fW.Tn.Wa...... Md,1,1
getting a parking ticket if Just received a news flash from This year the seniors hope to
I
B. Harding, Mrs. Lilly Bridges, they never put the meters backin Illinois giving all the latest dope GOT EVERYTHING? Give her make a trip to New York. Last
DAE.IC Mrs. J. T. Lawson. Mrs. A. J. I an Esterbrook FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
it . pastel purse
operation will suit me on the Julius Thorn family pen year a group of 45 seniors visited
Thomas Jr., Mrs. J. M. Only $%.31 at I
--STARKE FL': Snodgrass Ira Seems that Julius Bradford County Washington D.
keeping .up with the times, himself (wartime :TelE'graph. C., near the close

of Scottsboro. Ala. i iI i iI Harris has installed a new Cinema- USO director here) has accepted of the school year. I,I Slarke, Fla. Y \

I in the a call to become Associate
Scope (enlarged screen) .. -
Fri., Sat.-July 23, 24 I Florida Theatre and look forwardto State Secretary of the Indiana :;; '.:-; .: : '' --'<--'-::" ; .: : ::.:: .:..',c-;:... '''4"-'Z'c .::'.:;<::::""" -"'- "';";. :;; -..,..: -.c::: ;.";".;. -e:;".::; -:'::';"'''' ..: .:::.-;.:.;; -: : ::::.:-=;;.:-: ::. -;:'::;: -: i:

SPECIAL seeing "The Robe" next weekon State YMCA effective Aug. 15 I
DOUBLE FEATURE '
this new screen He has resigned as assistant to

air .the president of Eureka ((111.)
Paris Playboy Spotted Florence Brown working
_. College and the family will move BARKSDALE'S
With IRO Goroey and Huntz Hall j PR-.. in Starke Builders: supply: relieving to Indianapolis After gradua-
Desta Dyal who is on vacation -
I tion from Eureka College in 1950, ;
AndColorado !! for two weeks see Vir-
Jo (Mrs. Thorn) has taught in
ginia Smith has opened a new
I junior high school at Washington,
to the .
"Clothes Line" adjacent
Sundown ;i 111. One of the sons Phillip
Starke Laundry that makes '
With Rex .Mien is now serving as Boy's Work' .
I three in her "Clothes Line" chain "
of theNorthwr Secretary of the Hastings Nebr .... <<
Plus Serial "Gunfighters hear the W. J. Dodd Jr., familyare '
!!t" and CartoonTermites sometime this week YMCA, where he and his wife are 7 ;
moving
From Mars" now residing He graduatedfrom < '
from the Epperson house on IDSIJt
s.\\ Eureka in 1952 and for the '1
Walnut to the Gay house at

Sun., Mon. and Tues. Madison Sharon and Brad I last two years has been doing l N

July 25 26, 27 Locke are also moving sometimethis I College graduate in work Chicago at George. The Williams other STARTS FRIDAY A.MJULY 23
week into the Arch Thomas i

DOUBLE FEATURE house on Washington street formerly son George graduated from ,. .. ,. .._-. .- .., '_, LADIES :I
the Robert Greens Eureka last spring after winning; ,, .f ,. -. ,.-- -- .-, OFF
occupied by
Siren Of Bagdad Pvt. Bert and Shirley New- :the American Legion Leadership SHIRTS -X"S" DRESSES 3

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Award He was also presidentof
Paul Henreid and Patricia Medina : comb have bought a trailer and
i both for Student Council and is now a
plan to haul it up to Camp Gordon, Reg. 1.98 now 4.39
-And- Ga., this weekend, where they-will counsellor at Camp! Martin John- SIR1S.99c One Lot of Ladies
son in Michigan He plans to
he is sta-
home while
their
make
The Last Posse i lVo1,4, :I tioned there. make YMCA work his career and GIRDLES 1/2! OFFBOY'S

will enter college this fall .
Bruderick Crawford, John Derek | Don't know who is having the Well, seems to be all for now Reg. 3.50 and 2.98
SHIRTS I
Flue Marclano Charles Fight and most fun the kids. or Legionnaires See you in the next $ .98 One Lot LadiesDRESSES
Color Cartoon for Kids Gene Long. Jerry Gay, Cliff Currie, CarolynALL SHIRTS now !
"Colin Rushing and Ray Stone. Values to $3.95

Wed, Thur.-July 28 29 I|who the have 40 been& 8 Voiture taking turns locomotive driving I now REDUCED to Reg. 5.95.4.95 3.95 up to 14.95 Now 2.98

DOUBLE FEATURE around town daily the past week I 4 TYPES OF
$2.98
I SHIRTS now
1-59 Ladies Suits
{e I advert sing the Legion baseball Bathing
PEST CONTROL
All I DesireWith tournament being played every 1.3 OFF

Barbara Stanujck i evening this week thru Saturday Sizes 1 to 20

AndDr.agon's at the BHS ball park. During the i TERMITESHousehold MEN'S SWIM WEAR One Lot
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cavalcade up and down the streets Commercial" BOYS SWIM WEAR BRASSIERS 39c

GoldJohn :' the little train has been taking GROVE SPRAYING Reg. Reduced Sale! -

Archer" and Hillary Brooke the town youngsters for a free I Call for estimate Reg. Savings Sale All LADIES HATS 1.98
ride.
Plus Color Cartoon for Kids 5.00 Now 3.49
I See Billy Miles is home, having! Florida Pest Control Ladies GLOVES 1.3 OFFLadies

i AT MOST BORDEN DEALERS I been discharged from March Air I & Chemical Co. 1.9 5.N ow. 1.49 3.95 Now 2.98

Force Base in Calif. last week 2.98 Now 1.98 BAGS 1.3 OFF
---- I'ICE 3rd Class Robert Lee Stefa- I 2220 X.W. 6th St. Ph. 6035 3.95 Now 2.49

nelli is home on 15 day furlough !I Gainesville, Fla. 1.49. Now. .99 All JEWELRY 1.3 OFF

having docked aboard the USS MEN'S PANTS

in Mayport Sunday after One LotLadies
Saipan I 7.95 CABANNA SETS

a round-the-world cruise he willreport :\ FOLEY SHARPENED SAWSCut ; SLIPS 1.59
to Norfolk Va. after his V Now 4.98 5.95 now 3-98

leave heard there was a prowler -; Fatter, Cleaner, Easier One LotLadies
spotted in the N. Walnut-8tli I
street district around midnight I You'll save time and effort LADIES SHOES 6.95 now 4.98 SLIPS1.59

I when have been
.last Monday 'twas a nice manhunt your saws f

while it lasted but nobody,I, sharpened on our precision 2.98Now 1.98 8.95-7.95 4q One LotLadies f
now 6
Sewing Machine Operators was found and nothin' missin' machine. All teeth are made 3.95 Now 2.98 Half SLIPS 98c
i
I Jean Mundy. Nancy DuPre and I uniform and accurate .
fiat like new 4.95 Now 3.49 10.95 .98 One
t!Sandra Chambers!! enjoyed seeing now ? LotLadies t

Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES j'"Gone With The Wind" in Jax on You"n with be 5.95 Now 3.98 GOWNS 98c i

Tuesday sorry to hear that pleased E

18 THRU 35 Herman Lee broke his foot while our speedyservice 7.95.6.95 Now 4.98 MEjVS Children's .i t tI

pulling up a well pump pipe and -and I PLAY SUITS I
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ofSUMMER SHOES 49c
the pole broke last Friday See with JOur easy One Lot

Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital Billy Booth back in town after rotting taw. I One LotChildrens

Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others four weeks of summer ROTC train- .'.' Childrens SANDALS 6.95. Now 4.98

,ing with the Air Force at Tyndall i '. 8.95 Now 6.98 DRESSES 69c
APPLY AT OUR OFFICE ,;Field ALSO SHARPEN To 5.95 Now 1.98 -
10th & CHURCH STREETS < I 3.49.. Now 2.79 Children's
x. ? Orchids to Mrs. W. H. Struth ALL KINDS OF TOOLS, -

:who celebrated her 80th birthday I Knives, Scissors, Etc. I I All Batieste PANTIES'39c

BIG DAD Manufacturing Co. :'spotted t on Monday her just last week of I I All New Equipment STORY BOOK SHOES Chambray SHIRTS. 99c Ladies;
digging up a row

I Starke Fla. ,unruly grass in her garden which I CALVIN JOHNS I f To 5.95 Now 2.98 ''.. .. __.. . ., .. -? HOUSE COATS, 1-3 OFF

is more than I can do at my I j i 465 N: Water St. ..
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S tnr r Sr J rr rs rsrrrrssssrsrsrss rrss 5-s srrStS7&dOnafit I Mrs. H. H. Brice and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd and I! Sheriff and :Mrs. I -- ---- -
P. D. Reddish sL4 of SW.i of SEI% of Section Lot 12; of Woodlawn Subdixision. I.. !ithe above ,
Barbara Lee and Martha Sue, children of Keystone Heights were I spent Sunday evening visiting Mr. I I I 22 14, East Township, a South Kangt Plat Book 1, page I. pub. the stvled acquiring nose.authority bv the petitioner of-

have returned to their'home in of Mr. Mrs. and Mrs. lie records of Bradford Count. these proceedings, of the
I Sunday guests and I Floyd Wiggins in New lying eaih side of and within SOI Florida in Section 14. Township I the above described taking of i.
Columbia, S. C. after a visit with Charlie Cowen. River. I i feet of the survey line of State Road 5 South, Range 22 East. purpose set forth lands, for the
I 'S-125, Section :SS4. said line in the petition
her parents :Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. Ralph Gainey is getting I 100 per cent General Electric ;being described a" follow survey: L'egin- feet lying of each a ditch side centerline of and within describedas 15 I, drainage in this cause ditches, \n, : right of way .

Rosier near Lawtey.Mr. I Air .ning on the West line of Sec-turn 14. follows borrow pits. bor- :
along fine following a throat operation Conditioned Three Friends Commencing on the West: row pit drains and haul roads fur
ccIN I and Mrs. R. J. Willis of Township 5 South Range 22 Eatt.'at line of Section 14. Township 5 South a portion of i
State Road
in Alachua General Hos- Barber Shop Xo. S-125;,
Bill
THC NEWS .... .- I Mundy. Four a point %S.O feet Northerly from Range 22 East, at a point 25 feet in Bradford County. Florida. j
and
South Miami were recent guestsof I Barbers Xo the Southwest corner of said Section Northerly from the Southwest i
Waiting.Mrs. corner that one of the
Judges of
_. Irx, ,, I Mr. and Mrs. Michael .Barry. I pital.Mr.. and :Mrs. Ben Hardy and George Vanchoff and children -,,,14. mm.rua 15 thence ec. East North 475$."81"! feet degr..esU run North of 89 said degrees Section 43 14 min.. run 15 thence sec. I Circuit cuit Court of in the Eighth the Judicial Cir- :i

Mrs. W. R. M/er and daughter, Mrs. L. D. Vining returned Sun- Mr. and :Mrs. Houston McClane children of Little Rock Ark., were Stephen and .Donna Carol, I,bee.theme east North;550.23; 89 feet degrees to the 5S East mm.line 53 East BEGINNING 2440.43 feet OF DITCH to the POINT OF of August Florida A.D 1954 will at on the 2 30 3 I'M.o'clock day. i t

Marcia returned I and children of Atlanta are spend- I recent guests of :Mr. and Mrs. L. have returned to iof said CENTERLINE in the afternoon thereof in
last week after ,;day from Atlanta, Ga. where she their home in Section 14 at a point 32 feet Left, run thence North 22 degrees Circuit Court Chambers i

a month's visit with friends and|i was called by the death of her ing this month at the Kidd placeon I N. Pickering.* I Akron, Ohio after twoweek's jNortherly, said Section from 14.the Southeast The land cornerof herein I! feet run 16 min.thence 45 see.Vest North 23 7334 ford County Court House at in Starke Brad-. I

relatives in the Boston 'i Kingsley Lake. i Mrs.R. F. Young of Starke and visit with :Mrs. Vanchoff described degrees Florida consider! said Declaration
area. While, father W. L Joiner Sr. parents. containing 0.356 acres, 07 mm. 45 sec. West 152.00;; feet of Taking I
I away they attended the 56th wed- i Mrs. H. B. McLendon and '-Ir.' and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Sr. I sister, Mrs. Irma Jean Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and .I more right or less of, exclusive of existingroad run thence North, 44 degrees 02 nun. I make such orders appoint as the appraisers Court deems and

and daughter Pat of Staatsburg j children of Clearwater, are spending family.H. way. 45 sec. West 274 66 feet to the end proper. All parties to the suit and
ding anniversary of Mrs. Miller'sparents1 |!daughter Jeannette, will return .j Is Owned Bj: Kay Atwell and Rose of ditch centerlme. Contamng 0.303- all parties interested
I Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Baker, i today to their home in Orlando. N. Y. have been guests of Judge I' two weeks in Alabama Mississippi E. Tucker is a patient in St. Atwell, his wife acre more or less, exclusive of ex- and be heard at the time may and appear place

and the graduation of Miss Rita I They will be accompanied by Mrs. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn for several ![ and Tennessee visiting friends Vincent's hospital in Jacksonville.Mr. Mil) %.. &S haLt of Way I isting JI Owned road fly right: Pauline of wa Torode.>. designated.
weeks. Pat will remain for the ,:: and relatives. That nan of* You and each of you. are hereby
Miller from Rockland, Mass high and Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mrs. ----
McLendon's i mother Mrs. ino"'Lot commanded
E. S. to
14 of Woodlawn appear by filing
&booL Rita accompanied her Matthews who will in I rest of the summer with her :Miss Idell Landrum will be I Fay Gill and their guests. Mrs. SuDdiviMon in :Section IS, Township titi) ,,,. 102 I.a *r.l litick Left I answer to the petition heretofore an
remain .
i f Malion I14.i-0xii mother back to Starke and will Orlando for few weeks. I brother and sister-in-law. J i home this weekend from Duke R. F. Prather. and Sandra, visitedSt. S South, lUnge Zi East: That part of: ) court in on this cause in the entitled
or before
a according to plat recorded in the 30 day lfugUlit.
remain here with her parents for 100 per cent General Electric ,i i University Durham N. C. Augustine and Marineland Sun- Plat Book 1, page 1. public SE'4 of SWi of SEV of Section .-\ 1954 to show what right
Mrs. Louise Kite Mrs. J. L. 14. Township 5 South. 2%
title,
the time being.T. I Air Conditioned Three Friends I i Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr., day afternoon.Mr. records of Bradford County East, Range of interest! or liens! you. or any
Mrs. Henrettia Florida you have in and
Gentry, Hunt, and to any of the
Barber Shop Bill Mundy. Four Freddie Johns Mrs. and Mrs. lying each side of and within SOfeet above
and Charlie. C. A. Geiger of lying North of and within 50 feet described lands and show
George Carter i
of Cocoa Mrs. Cleo Harley of Lawtey were of a lateral ditch ,
I[ centerline cause
Barbers No Waiting. j Cowen attended the funeral of Green Cove Springs visited Mr. of the survey line of State Road said ditch why the same should not he
the I I S-125, Section 2S54 said line centerline being described taken for the uses and
spent weekend with the C. ,I', lung in Lakeland and Cypress Martell Faulk and Janet and their and Mrs. J. survey as follows: the purposes set
I ,: is nt, Mrs. S. G. Stephenson D. Doyle on Thursdayof being described as follows: Begin- Commencing on forth in the petition filed herein
J. Powell family. Gardens Tuesday. I Linda Stoughton of Jacksonville in Tampa Wednesday of last week. .I last week. ning on the West line of Section 18.Township S East South line Range of Section 22 14, Township ITXKSS my hand and this seal
22 East at a point of said Court on this :21 da
5 South, Range East .
I are spending this week with Mr. I J. H. Wells Sr. of Pensacola is I i i Mrs, "W. J. Chandler was accompanied at a point 636.7 feet Southerly from 32 feet Xortherly from the Southeast A.D. 1954.! \ 1>f July

and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. i|spending:; a week with his sonsji I|i home last week by Mr. the Northwest corner of said section thence corner Xorth of 89 said degrees Section 5$ mm.14. run 53 CHARLKS Clerk of Orruu\. DARBY,
I 18, run thence South 00 degrees 36 foiiit t of I'.ia.i-
:Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Willers and M. C. Wells and J. H. Wells Jr. I I I and Mrs. H. B. Montgomery t who nun. 45 ..e... East 184.09 feet to sec. West 550.23 feet run thence ford Count. Florida

I children of Jacksonville are spend- Mrs. Charlie Cowen visited Mr. she was visiting in Griffin. Ga. the beginning of a curve concave radius of to Xorth West 1070 89! .degrees 17 feet to 43 the mm.POINT 15 ec.OFBEGINNING Start Hollis...V Florid.Knight." ni<.v...

ing two weeks at the H. H. Adams and Mrs. C. E. Renfroe in Tarpon 1 Friends of John Godwin will be 5 the%.96 Northeast feet, run having thence Southeasterly a of ditch centerline.run *

cottage on Kingsley Lake. I Springs Wednesday of last week. i iI interested to know that he is along said curve through a total min thence 45 set'Vest Xorth 91.95 12 degrees feet, 06 1 I
run
:Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyers Mr. and Mrs. Carl White, Jr. showing slight improvement following central angle of 88 degrees 35 mm.a thence Xorth 5 degrees 13 nun. 15sec.
I end
distance of Ss5! S3 feet to the
TRADE IN tnd daughter. Sandi, of Jacksonville {(lof Miami were overnight guests 1 his operation in St Vin of said curve, run theme South 89degrees 'ditch. East centerlme.908.05 feet Containing to the end OM2 uf

from Saturday to :last Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Rob. cent's 11 mm. 45 sec. East: ,
last exclusive
spent hospital week. His sister 4724.78 feet to the East line of said acres more or less of existing
Thursday at the Junius Smith bie Shaller. i Mrs. Margaret Register of Section 18, at a point 1325.6 feet : road right of way. i!
I I. Owned lIly Rae Atwell and ll.c-e:
YOUR OLD WAS HE Lake. I Jack Ackerman of New York is Southerly from the Northeast cornerof I
cottage on Kingsley Miami is staying with him at the said Section 18. The land herein Atwell. his wif. >

Mrs. Frank Bryan Mrs. Dorothy ,I visiting his father, Fred Acker- ]hospital.Mrs. described .contains 0/J61: acre, more I
or less, exclusive of existing road olin No." 10.1 Lateral Ditch Left !I
Jacobs and Scott Kenneth of Fort Fred former
Blackburn the -
man.Miss right of way. of station 4I4--O.s.ii Part) ,
RIGHT NOW! TODAY! Lauderdale are spending two weeks I Jean Mundy spent the Lois Colley and son, Fred and Is, Owned B>': Carlton Jrandon Williams. That part of
I XE'4 of SW> ..f SEV, of Section
weekend in Gainesville the 4
Miss Minnie Bessent.Mr. as
with
Linda
daughter, of Okinawa are
14, Township ;5 South, Range ,
and Mrs.tGrady Young and guest of Miss Emma Jane Canova. I spending, several months with MIll No. 73 Kifih< .f \\rny 22 East I
AND YOU'LL FIND Irs WORTH That of lying each side of and within 30te..t
Mrs. R. M. Griffin of Tampa is part :
,daughter, Linda of Atlanta spent Mrs. Blackburn's mother Mrs. Lot 24 of Woodlawn Subdivisionin of a lateral ditch centerline
last week with :Mrs. Margaret the guest this week of Mrs. Ruby;Laura Colley. Mr. Blackburn, who Section 18. Township 5 'said ditch centerline being described -
AT LEAST $3OJ Johns. South, Range 22 East accordingto as follows: Commencing on the
is radio technician.
Blankenship. I I I a.government i'lat recorded in I'lat Book East line of Section 14, Township 5
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham and Col.! and :Mrs. J. L. West, daughter is now in Washington D. C., and 1. page 1, public records of South Range 22:! East at a point 32

I Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith tooka I I Marcia and sonVarren, of will join his family here in a I.radford County. Florida. feet Xortherly from the Southeast
ling each side of and within :50 corner of said Section 14 run
boating trip down the St. Johns Garden City Long Island, N. month. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gillispie, feet of the survey line of State thence Xorth 89 degrees 58 mm. 53
Road S-125, Section ? 54 said "P"'. West 550.23 feet run thence
have been the guests the past surrey -
Ocklawaha from Tuesdayto Fort Mead have also the
river to Y'I of spent
line being described as follows: Xorth S9 degrees 43 mm. 15 sec.West CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
Thursday.Mrs. I days of Rev. and :Mrs. L. past two weeks with Mrs. Gillis- Beginning on the West line of Sec- 1070.17 feet to the POINT OF

and chil- Haines. tion 18, Township S South, Range REO1XXIXG of ditch centerline, run
Denver Devrick I pie's mother. Mrs. Colley and about this question
22 Eat, at a point 636.7 feet Southerly thence North 12 degrees 06 mm. 45
dren and :Miss Joyce Ward are i j I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelly and family.W. from the Northwest corner of ".,'. West 91.95 feet, run theme

spending ten days with friends :., Sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Buren B. Sewell and daughter. said Section 18, run thence South Xorth 5 degrees 13 mm. 15 see.East What if a building is damagedby
00 degree 36 min. 45 se,'. East 908.05 feet to the end of ditch
and relatives in Charleston and Brown and children, of Plant City, Virginia, are joining Mis. Sewellin 184.09: feet to the beginning of a centerlme. Containing 0.365 act es, fire, wind, etc. during con-

W. Va. 11 were weekend guests of Mr. and Little Switzerland N. C., the cur\e concave to the Northeast having more or less. struction does the contractor
Spencer, -
NEW 1954BENDIX a radius of 572.9 feet, run Is Owned By: Hosetw..ll, JamesWilliams
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. Alton Dobbs. end of the week. Miss Sewell has thence Southeasterly along saidcurie and Josephine Myers ac- suffer the loss? And what

>1 I and daughter. Miss Sara Bare I Miss Jean Mundy entertained been attending summer school at through a total central angleof heirs of Rosetta Williams, deceased of vandalism
and at
I 83 degrees 35 mm. a distance of and by the unknown heir pilfering
foot and Margaret Ann Phillips I at a luncheon Wednesday of last FSU. SS5.83 feet to the end of said curve, of Rosetta Williams deceased. night when the workmen are
in week honoring Miss Marcia West Fields left last Friday run thence South 89 degrees 11 mm
.visited friends and relatives Mrs. J. H.
45; M','. East 4724.78 feet to the I TAKE NOTICE That a Declaration gone. Is there insurance to
Sanderson and Lake City Satur-II of Garden City Long Island N. t | attend a reunion of the East line of said Section 18. at a of Taking has been filed inGOT

day afternoon.Mr. Y., who was the house guest of family of the late J. H. Fields held point 13256: feet Southerly from the I cover such losses in buildings
I Northeast corner of said Section is
the L. D. Haines and also Miss Mr. and i under construction?
and Mrs. C. G. Barksdale and I at Lake Panasoffkee- The land herein described contains '
4 I Marian Henderson who is leav- :Mrs. Herbert Green and Charles 0.503 a'res. more or less, exclusive ': A -
Mrs. Lula Mott of Starke and Leon I of existing road right of
; % SUPER AGITATORWASHER ing shortly to join the WAVES. them Sunday and way. I
Thomas of :Melrose returned home Fields joined on iii Owned Uj: John D. Roger1-

I last week from a three weeks va- I, Mrs. W. D. Faxon and daughter Mrs. Fields returned home with SUMMER COLD I
i 1 Donna Dea, are returning I SRI \o. Wi Borrow Pit No. 8 Charley Johns
cation in Windsor, Ontario and them. Borrow Pit Haul Road and
+ Bat Cave N. C. I'I home this week I id after visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middleton. Borrow Pit Drain I

relatives in Mobile Ala., for the Mrs. Mae Jones and Mrs. W. Q. Left of Station 37.S.T.O TAKE 4-: ; ;:
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas had I I That part of: ,.
I I past two weeks. I Ii Dowling of Jacksonville were dinner Lots 2S and 29 of Woodlawn..Subdivision for' &SonAgency
]Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering as
i Mis. A. F. Sauls stopped off I guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Plat Rook 1. pag. :
; their guests last week at the 1, public records of Bradford I
I in :Morgan City, La., Friday to Middleton Thursday of last week. County, in Section 14, Township 666RELI FC Phone 13 Starke Fla.
Thomas Keer Lake resort in the i ,
1QQ QC I I Monday while enroute home from Miss Frances Douglas is vaca- I 5 South Range 22: East described -
Ocala Forest. I follows
as
CULARLYJ.iyyyo i )her six weeks trip to California, tioning for two weeks with friendsin I|Comnlendng on the :Wet line ..{ I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Dedicated .

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins are i to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls Jacksonville.Mrs. I(j Section 14. Township 5 South Range __
NOW ONLY spending this week in Daytona I 122 East at a point 25: feet Northei A -
Jr. Gainesville -- ----- -- -- ------- --
I Charles Hardy of i--
I(from the Southwest corner of said iI I
\ Beach where Mr. Hutchins will at- Mrs. A. Y. Covington was called I! spent Tuesday with the Section 14, .run thence North S9 degrees I
M Limited
$ jf gk. Qr tend the Agricultural Teachers ,. I 43 mm. 15 sec. East l-'j
to Haidin on Sunday the
Ky., by Charles Hardy family.
WASHES
i feet, run thence Xorth 0 degie 1 lh
p conference. '! serious illness of her mother, Mrs. I Mrs. C. W. Dishinger of Jacksonville mm. 45 sec. West 400 feet to th. I

'U Mr. and :Mrs. M. C. Wells and I A. W. Irvin. Point of Beginning of Borrow 1'it 1 .Jll' llltJI
RINSES Only and two grandchildrenfrom
; Xo. 8, run thence North 89 degrees
Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and son, Mrs. M. W. Lance visited her I Atlanta, will be weekend 43 mm 15 sec. East: 400 feet run
AND YOUR OLD WASHER Wayne are this Sheriff thence Xorth 0 degree 16 nun. 45 I
spending week at son-in-law and daughter guests of Mrs. Eddie Hartmannand
'I'.. DRAINS Sec.Vest 400 feet run them
the Wells cpttage on BrooklynLake. and Mrs. Quinn, in Inverness, the family at the J. M. Mitchell South $9: degrees 43 zulu 15 sec. ""I To Community Service _

DAMP-DRYS That's right $169.95; less than first part of the week. I cottage on Kingsley Lake. 0 West degrees 409 16 feet mm.run 45 thence sec. East South 400 "Movies Are Better Than Ever": I

Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark and I : Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Trawick and I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sweatt and feet to the Point of Beginning. Also.

T URN S' many old fashioned machines requiring children returned home Thursday I' family of Macon Ga.. were guestsof daughters Judy and Peggy of A haul parcel road of land lying for each borrow side pit of

k-breaUng hours at the after two weeks in High Point, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb I Greenville Ala., were weekend and within 10 feet of a haul (If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad

N. C. where Mr. Denmark attended I Thursday, of last week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. road center line described asfollows
I ITSELF OFF ringer and the set tubs. I : cut: ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS
the Furniture Mart. They also Miss Linda Shiver of Partin. Beginning on the South side of
Itt'mt'm-I 'I 1 Borrow I'll Xo. 8, as described above
ber the Bendit Eoonomat vacationed in Waynesville, N. C. Ga., is spending this waY-cross'l Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering at a point 150;; feet South 89 degrees I

ALL Mrs. W. H. Struth and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Paul I spent the weekend at Jacksonville 43 min. 15 sec.: West from the Southeast -
no bolting down, it's fully automatic, I Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez.Mr. corner of said Borrow Pit No. I -
Miss Kate Struth entertainedat Ralph Beach with friends. 18. run thence South 0 degrees 16 Friday and Saturday July 23, 24
AUTOMATICALLY! and Mrs. H. L. McKinney I nun. 45 st'c. East 350 feet to the end
takes on it's own water. a family gathering Sunday in Mrs. Laura Tison and son-in-law j, I

Celebration of Mrs. Struth's 80th, j and children of Jacksonville were .I and daughter M-Sgt. and Mrs. J. of Haul A parcel Road.of ALSO land for borrow pit

birthday anniversary. Those present Monday guests of Mrs. George I D. Smith and daughter Judy, drain lying each side of and \ BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
within 10 feet of a ditch centerlme -
1 were. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Anderson. j spent the first of the week visitingin described as follow: ,

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Edwards, Mrs. Leah Bauknightand Gene Walker, of Savannah Ga.. Tampa. Sgt. Smith left for I.-ginning on the West side of Hoi i
his uncle and aunt, Mr. i' i row Pit Xo. 8 as described above .it
is visiting overseas duty from Tampa on
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Struth of I la t point 50 feet South 0 degree !Ii, : .. 'I
Tacksonville Mr. and Mrs Martin and Mrs. Ewell Lawson this week. Tuesday.Dr. ',111111. 45 sec East from the Xoith- Thrills and TERROR
Gail and Babs Alvarez, of Fort \ West corner of said Borrow l'it :-..> 'long recktK
%v. Stiuth and children of Miltonan j Joe Austin of Winsboro, La.. ..
224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke, Fla.AALAAAAALALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. three weeks I J8, run theme South 89 dcgr.miii. "- C tones)

., and children of Starke. with their grandparents, Mr. and'Mrs. R. S. :Mullins. lend' of said ditch centerline. ...
{Containing in aggregate fur Iii :
Mrs. Ralph Alvarez. \I II i Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Haile Jr., :Pit XI>. 8. Haul Road and Bon" ,. ON THE TRAINWith
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| Mrs. H. L. Speer of Pahokee/ I 1'it drain :J.8S2 acres, more or .' -' -
four
i'and sons of St. Petersburg Is Owned !'>'. Pauline Torode S
: weeks with her
is spending two were overnight guests Tuesday of Glen Ford
sisters, Mi n. G. J. McGriff Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile. SKI) No. 94 Lateral Ditch I.rlt of
Station I*; -::J.1 Part
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F Too we cordially invited to drop In and apply for your own charge &<
I A pleaaant Interview Is all It takes : A. F. Sauls and Mrs. ;as weekend guests, Misses Carol S\\I. of Lot, Plat 14 of Book WoodUwnSubdivision 1, page. 4- :

George Anderson have returned ;and Cecilia Beck, of Hendersonville 1. public records of Bradt.mi S "Egg Yegg" Cartoon

Irom a six weeks trip and visit : N. C., Mrs. Irene Johns, of County, "Florida L
lying each ide of and within 15 /i I And
I with relatives in California.Mr. Green Cove Springs Mrs. D. J. feet of a lateral ditch centerline

and Mrs. H. Snellgrove, of ,Clark of Tampa, Steve Clark of described as follows Commentingon \\l: !
9I the East line of Section 1$, Township witk Last Chapter
STARTING Miami are spending a few days Miami and Patsy Stevens of Jack- ;5 South, Range 22 East at a FRANK ,

with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons.Mrs. 'I sonville.In point 3963.8 feet Northerly from MITCHELL -,
the Southeast corner of said Section Kid"
MONDAY Gainesville I Columbia Icpnnl "Captain
Donnie Moore of """
I I IS, run thence North 89 degrees i
I is the guest of Mrs. J. B. I The rirruit Court Of The I/heh: 11 mm. 45 sec. West 1896.0 feet to
the I-OINT OF KEC.INNIN of ditch
MORNING it week. Judicial (in-uit In And For Bradford -
Sapp this ('ountr. Florida. centerline, run thence North 0 degrees -
ON THE SQUARE I Mrs. Harold! Walters and sons, I Law No. 48 mm. 16 se,. East 68 feet
run thence North 19
degrees 39 mm.
I of Gainesville, are the guests to- t IF'H.HWOnD rOCXTY. ) !' 15 sec. East 632 feet to the end of
a ,
political ,
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I IN GAINESVILLE : day (Friday) of Mrs. W. B. Mundy Mil.rtivi.Mon of the State ) ditch centerline. Containing 0.218 r'" "
"of Florida. acres, more or less, exclusive of 1
1 )
Jr., at Kingsley Lake. road right of way.

I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile, ofj I Petitioner )) "oel'f' Of Is Williams.Owned By. Carlton Urandon j WE PROUDLY PRESENT I

Miami, will be weekend guests n. ) j
!
I ) Rule I.I I
i jof Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile. The ROSE ATWELL, *t a I., ) SKI) \o. 99 Lateral Dllrh Left of I I "

Hailes are bringing with them Defendants ) I'I. Station RU-t-iHi. ,,
I \..fiii> Of (A) That of
Kmlnrnt: Domain part :
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN MARKDOWNS TAKEN i i their nieces.. Linda Sue and Sandra I ino: prof'f'd-I. Lot 31 Wuodlawn subdivision I. '
S s 151
i Haile who will spend tte IX THE NAME AXD BT in Plat Book I, page 1, pubin.' j
I ITY OF THE STATE OF } records: of Bradford County.Florida !| CINEMASCOPE Die C
THROUGHOUT THE STORE TO CLEAR SPRING AND next week with their grandparents 1EATo in Section 14, Township greatest stoiy .
the W. G. Hailes. All Whom It May Concern to 5 South, Range 22 East.
all prr-omx and parties having or 'lying each side of and within 15
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lydiard and tlaiming any right title interest .feet of a ditch centerline described. of love and faith

SUMMER MERCHANDISE IN OUR Mrs. Harry Bush of Hartford estate, mortgage or other lien to or as follows Commencing on th.- THE MOVIE WITH-
on those (certain parcels of West line of Section 14. Township .
Conn., were weekend guests of !land hereinafter described and the 5 South Range 22 East, at a point 1 OUT GLASSES ever told!
I Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John. The following persons together with all 25 feet Northerly from the Southwest -
unknown persons claiming by, corner of said Section 14. run I!
St. Johns entertained at an outdoor through or under known person who thence North 89 degrees 43 mm 1.: i i
GREAT SEMIIIUANNUAL I barbecue supper and family are dead. or who are not known to (sec East 1571 feet to the POINT OF '
be dead or alive BEGINNING: of ditch centerline run I' 5 BIG DAYS CvuwisopE
; gathering for their guests, Saturday Xamrv and ReMdences Section I thence North 0 degree 16 mm 45sec. I
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,. evening. 2S54-(150)-1 state Road S-125, West 46 feet run thence North
j, Bradford County. :27 degrees 23 min. 15 sec. East 254
i :Mr: and Mrs. B. T. Thomas :j ,feet to the end of ditch centerline.

STOCK TAKING SALE visited Mr. Thomas' sister Mrs. [Ray \t'tll Containing 0.173 acre more or less, SUN.. MON.. TUES., _
|'912 Northwest Cth Street exclusive of road right of way.
IN. T. Thomas, of Brooker, Sunday j Fort Lauderdale, Florida ALSO, WED.. THUR. I _ _

I afternoon, who is confined in S1.Vincent's July 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 _

I NO SAVINGS LESS THAN 25 % MANY MORE THAN 50 % hospital. i l',:'Rose 12 Xorthwot\t..ell, 6th Street IB) lateral Dili-It Left. .f Malion40IMIS.43. : P CS
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Mrs. J. M. Snodgrass of Scotts- i Fort Lauderdale Florida That part of ,
tI

I boro, Ala., spent the past week i John D. Rogers. I I C
Twice a we clear our stocks of odds and ends I I .
year drastically slow with her daughter Mrs. A. J. ,51:* North La&tlle Strut I ,

Thomas. j Chicago. Illinois I _ _ 1 $lI-
Mr.
Thomas Jr. and ,
I I I
t selling items, broken size or color assortments. If you find something Little Marjorie Ellen and Evelyn j Carlton Grandon Williams, FOR SALE ADVrSSION PRICES
r E. D Carr ,

I you like you find a rare bargain indeed, because markdowns spending Thomson this of week Monticello with ,their are I;Brooklyn 116 Park,Place New _York j, QUILTINGSCRAPS Adults All Day ; tt. i IC

grandparents :Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Pauline TOrOdf''a. I f : -_ -

I run from 25% to 50% and more. Come early for best choice !j I Stump.Mr. )Starke Florida widow. I 75c I ', .- CC

j and Mrs. Harry Davis spent James Williams I; .
whose residence fs i -
:
Monday, starting at 9 sharp. 0 from Saturday to Tuesday visitingMr. unknown Tax Included : :

Davis' father H. K. Davisin Josephine Myers, whose residence is I 25c Per Lb. Children AU Day S BOWS) BURTWI.JEM SIMMSYOTOR I

!I BOOKS NOW CLOSED ALL CHARGES BILLED SEPT. 1ST. 1 Walnut N. C. unknownThe I : ..MATUREFRIDAY. ..,...-MICIWlIL'ftE.........' S

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Packham unknown heirs devisees grantees At 25c C "----a_
l I I and family of Jacksonville were and other claimants under : --=-'11Im. --=-D!_ SS

Rosetta Williams deceased the I _.....PIII__..__

lJ J I ALSO. LAST WEEK OF WILSON'S GREAT JULY WHITE SAUl (I|Sunday Ed Prevatt.guests of Mr. and Mrs. I I each names of and whom respective are unknown.residence of ,1 BIG DAD Tax Included I .... -. -... I

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( I Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent the Section 1854-(150)-151-State Road MANUFACTURING CO. -4liS.sT

f !weekend with her daughter, :Mrs. S-125-Bradford County IIUUiPIIIC'P

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'Lake and enjoyed the swimming TTTTTTYTTTTYTTYTTYTYYYYLONG Florida Land and Immigration ) I t (essors trustees, stockholders and or less.! i!Range which lies South of State
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and lunch much. Compan of Florida, ) '!ther claimants by, through or under West Half of Southwest Quarter. !'Road Xo. 2Z5.; .
very tl al., ) I them; and to all other persons I Section 16, Township 7 South.
Range ; Lots 25. 39. 40. 47 of Woodlawn in
HIGHLANDBy Maggie Crews and the Brownie BRANCH Keystone Heights QUIET Defendants.TITLE.) ETC. Idaiming any right. title, lien or interest 22 East, containing 80.44 acres, more (Section IS. Township 5 South, Range
in or to the following described or less and lying and being in the I 22
Austins were visiting friends and OUDKK OF PIBLICATION A.DOTICK ; East; containing 40 acres, more
property situate in Bradford bounty of LYadford, State of Florida, or less.

Bin. Lacy Norman relatives at State Farm Saturday. by Mrs. J. L. Strickland j by Mrs. Sara McDonald 1'he Stale> Of 'Iorlda|TO APPK4K, To: Lot County 64 in, Florida Woodlawn, to-wit in :Section EXCEPT three-fourths title of all to phosphate an undivided minerals You and each of YOU are hereby <

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonand and Jimmy Lang I i George J. Arnold, Leroy Daniel 1(0, Township 5 South, Range 22! and metals and title to an !has notified been! that filed a in Bill the Circuit of Complaint Court
AA John S.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASunday daughter. Margie and granddaughter AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj.. Arnold. Daniel T. Atwood East as same is platted in Public undivided one-half of all petroleumthat of Bradford County. Florida, In
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWe I ennett. also known as J. S. Ben- Records of Bradford County, Flori- may be in, on, or under the
Ann all of Jacksonville, 1 The Keystone and Carrie B. Bennett his Chancery by Canal Timber Corporation -
School 9:45 a. m. each Heights Duplicate : nett da. abo\e described land, with the priv- as plaintiff and against you

Sunday Worship Service at 11 a. were visiting the Lacey Normans attended Sunday School and Bridge Club held their usual:as wife-Thomas Thomas J. J.Burren Burrin; ,and also his known wife 11; ,Lots Township 35. :36 5, South 37 and, Range 38. in 22 Section East reserved i ilege to mine in the and Board develop of Education the same, and each of you as defendants; that

m. Evening Service at 8 p. m. Sunday. church at Maxville Sunday. They weekly duplicate play on :Monday! Jenette r::. Burrin also: known as according, to plat of Wood lawn, Public of the State of Florida, and their aml the nature confirm of the said title suit of is plaintiff.to quiet

Prayer meeting is each Wednes- Devert Griffis was in our community had 82 in Sunday School, more at the Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jennett whpoints last E. Burrin known, J.address W. Efcker.was: I Florida j Records of Bradford County. successors. ';'Canal Timber Corporation. to theabove
and
except easement ri ht1 :
for preaching services. Several Starnes first I Ohio George S. Baxter. !1! ; Northwest Quarter of Northeast described lands as a fee
day at 8 p. m. and teacher's Sunday. were with 26 12TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Frazeysburg: of-way as described in Deed dated
Quarter and Northeast Quarter of simple title and
meet-I I were visitors in both services. The }:dgar C. Long and Walton: Ferguson February. &, 1927. and recorded in : you are required
Ing is each Sunday at 7 p. had ; Mr. and Mrs. Fremont doing business Northwest Quarter and Northwest I to appear and serve a copy of your
The Carson Griffis family a Jr., Co-partners Deed Book 42. l'age 20 of the Public -
morning was deliveredRev. Tolles I and style of Quarter of Northwest Quarter East answer or pleading on Plaintiff's'attorney ,
message were second with the firm name
24 1-2 under Records of Bradford ,
Evelyn Norman and Jeanette fish supper Thursday at Doctors and Company Clarence Coun'y.Florida. of State Road No. 200, and that A. J. Thomas, Jr., whose
Griffis Jacksonville spent the Lake. R. C. Cauldwell, who supplied points; and :Mrs. Dona and Mrs.:Ill.C; S.Blake Baxter lee, H. K. Bennett Jr.. Elra Lots .55 and 56, lying Hast of I. portion of Southeast Quarter of |address is Starke, Florida and to
for Rev. Taggart the regular James were third with J. N. Bostick and hIswife Northwest Quarter lying West of j i file the original of your answer or ,
weekend with friends and 18 1-2 na L'ennett. !State Road No. 200 in Section 12, I I
hose Freddie and George Harvey I. Bostiek, also known ; Seaboard Airline Railway 8..1'tion j pleading in the office of the undersigned -
Mary
pastor, who is conducting a revival points. Township a South, Range 22 East,
relatives. whose last known 12.: Township ;5; South. Range Clerk of Circuit Court on
spent Sunday in Lawtey with Jon- at Caleb church. He also as M. I. Bostick containing IS acres, more or less. 22 East excepting therefrom the August 16. 1954; otherwise the al-
Charles Mosley of Orange Park The Rotary will hold a fish I address was Bernen County, Georgia Lots S3, 54. 19 60 and N4 of Lots road legations of said
rights-of-way described inDeed complaint will be
nie and Michael Sapp. Crawshaw, also known
Edward
delivered the message Sunday eve- 5; and 58 in Woodlawn, and containing ,
was in our community Sundayp. fry on Friday night to mark the Edmond Crawshaw, and wife dated April :!'. 1924. recordedin ';taken as confessed by you.
50 ,
Mrs. Ruth Marr spent several ning. Vondee Durrence is conduct- as F. Crawshaw, whose last l acres more or less i Deed Book 45, Page 29. Public I IT IS FURThER ORDERED that
closing of the free Laura said property lying in Section 1%,
swimming Records of Bradford this order of Publication
Florida
County i and Noticebe
m.Mrs.. Ann Harvey and children days in Starke at the bedside of ing a revival at the Maxville classes which have been in sessionfor Joseph known address Crawshaw was, A.St.J.Louis.Campbell Mo,, I Township I.-radford County 5 Souih,, Florida Range ,22 F..ast-I and in Deed dated May 5, 1924-|i forthwith published once eacb'week ,
Miss Ollie Marr who has had a church this week. :Much interest and James Williams, recorded in Deed Book 39, Page ;; for four sucessiv weeks in
Strong
two
weeks. Scott i
and mother-in-law Pearl Tickets ing therefrom the right-of-way of II
Harvey, are one ;565.; ;; said Public Records.That Bradford County Telegraph, a duly
several months. is shown. Several from Maxville Trutree of the Methodist Episcopal :the Seaboard Air Line Ry., and road'ihtoway
of White House, and Ginger Nor- serious illness for dollar Proceeds will help defray Church. North of Burrin Station and i through said Nj of portion of Northeast Quarter qualified newspaper published in
She is the sister of Joe Marr here attended the revival at Caleb Saturday in office -as such of Northeast Quarter of South".t.Quarter. ]*said County.
;
man spent part of last week in the expenses of the classes Dinner their succeskors Lot 51 as described in Deed dated Section 21, Township 5 WITNESS my hand and official j
Tallahassee and other parts of and will be remembered as the evening. will Deserved around 6 p. m. and N.Harold P. Cauthen Drumm., Frances her husband Drumm whose and Book April\ 16 43.. Page 1924, and 29. Public recorded Records in Deed of South. Range 22 East, also described {seal at Startle. Bradford County,
for the late Dr. E. L. Biggs.Go There 22 in school Newark, as Lot :25; \\uodlawn. as (Florida. th:>- July 5th. 1954'KiFKIi
that country, returning home Fri- nurse were Sunday then those who have completedthe last known address was Bradford County, Florida. ,
is tAL .
EAI.Iillrit'
same platted the :
tosee her might have Ebenezer church. I 'o hio; Thomas Dixon, O. M. Evans. Lots I. 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, in urrentpublic .. A Darby
you at various courses of instructionwill : record of Bradford i i\mn<> lerk t I I'lr-'iii' '(1"- of Bradford I
Emerson, J. R. Earle Jr. i
day.T. Lucy A. 18. 29, :SO, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35. ::16, 45, Florida. said Section. Township and i"mil'.. Fiord i"-4t-S <
E. Pease of St. Marys, Ga. been one of her patients. Hope she We are glad to inform all that receive their certificates. :also known as John It. Earle Jr.. 46.* 47. 48. 49. 50, 63, 64. in Wood-
J. C. Edie. also known as John C. l lawn, in Section 13,, Township 5
is still
was in our community during the improving.A Mrs. Wellhausen is able to sit up These classes have been sponsored Edie. James H. Foss, individually South, Range 22 East. and containing -

past week. thought for today. Createin a little more than at our last report by the Rotary Club but supervised and as Trustee WoodUwn Synj j 250: acres more or less. excepting -
'dicate, and his wife, Lillian W. l loss therefrom '
Several folks from here and me a clean heart, 0 God; and and that she is slowly improving and instructed by the YMCA. ;F also known as Lillian Foss. through said Lots road 63 and right-of-way 64 a<- described -

nearby communities went to our renew a right spirit within me. in health. We still hope The Keystone Heights VolunteerFire .whose last known addresses were in Deed dated October 15. G. J. McGRIFF
Cambridge Mass., David Floyd, II. 1953 and recorded in Deed Book 74, .
Bible School picnic at Brooklyn Palsm 51:10.ALVAREZ' she will soon be able to go to Department held their third i whose Ust known address was Page 409, Public Records of Brad- .I
I church and be with friends again. annual Fireman's Ball last Saturday -I Winthrop Mass., W. T. Graham. ford County, Florida.
__ the Elmas Norris and I';. S. Crawford, Lot Numbered 36 WoodUwn I S _
Jimmie Wilkinson was home night at Beach. There Executors under the Will of Levi N.
Section 19 and E'i of Lots i3 and
Men's Clothing from Camp McPherson Sunday, was a nice crowd and While the I Xorris, deceased and their succes- 60 Woodlawn Section 15. .ill! t
1111 I STORE I I committee has not turned sors.. J.Y.. Gaskins, John ..Alexani n Township 5 South, Range 22 East! I
III Established 1894 just had weekend leave so could I in a der Graham James L. Gates Thomas and containing 20-acres, nn>ie ut i
I not see many friends, not time complete report yet, we understand -I B. Hamby and Wife Emma M. less, according to a map of Wdawn -,
John I., and Wife, I
Ji Harvey l p
as recorded in the publi-
enough. But Jack, Dumpie anJ it added a nice sum to the Emma G. Harvey, Erastus G. Hill, records of Bradford County. Florida i A

Jimmie did go to see Jonell, his Fire Department's funds. individually and as Trustee, L. W. excepting therefrom road right
If agg. W. E. Knight, Alexander of-way through said EH of I I..t '0
ster and family. Jonell and fami- The material is on the groundand Kelley, Samuel C. Lane, also knownas aaiii'l s described in Deed dated Ma Jt

spent part of last week with wgrk is being started on the $ C. Lane, J. B. McNaught, I 1924, "recorded in Dead Book DC"
MOVING Planche McNaught. whose last 21,
Page Public Records
ot j't..11-
ck and Dumpie. Duke did some new roof for the Woman's Club. known address was 7..anesville'l ford County, Fl rida. I

ork with the tractor for Jack. The pulpit of the Community Ohio. Thomas E. :\ Lot Woodlawn Siii 1.1> 1" _
McNaught. his wife, Township ;5 South Range 22:! KHM _
LOCAL S Safe PHONE Mr. and :Mrs. Davis from Winter Church was filled on Sunday by known address was Norfolk Virginia 1 0 acres, more or less; Also, 1.nt 4K -4WrF1Zr
Donald L. McKay, J. D. McLemore Woodlawn Section 18. Town-lni ,
Haven called Mr. Culbertson
on the Francis Cole- who
spoke in behalf
OR I Dependable \". M. Montgomery, Mrs. 5 South. Range 22 East 10 MI"' -., -- I-
m ans' Sunday for a short time. of the work of the Gideons. Emma Mitchell, Lazarus Mohr, in- more or less -I-- -1
LONGDISTANCE 311 r I di h'idually and as Trustee whose .. OFFU UMITID
EconomicalR. Culbertson has Lots 54, 59 in WoodUwn in St- _
The Stricklands spoken before in
Jim
( and Bessie last known address was Chatham tion 17. Township 5 South. lUngt
OR ) spent the day with the Fran- Keystone on the same woik.Co ). Georgia Albert E. Miller, 22 East containing 20-acres. ni"H' .
o B. Alvarez Wm. II. Martin Jr.. George W. or less. CCTU M TUM-N AUOW.
For cis' Colemans Sunday and really Maj. and :Mrs. James Chessing- Fred Milton, The unknown Lots 30 31 Seotion l. Township asa NtTOMOlBUflUOOATOI .
Agents TRANSFER AND 250-J enjoyed the day. ton, former residents of Keystone, leirs, devisees, legatees grantees, ;5; South, Range 22 East ;: WMMWT. 1
Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO. creditors and other claimants by. Woodlawn. .
_ Mr. and Mrs. Cuyle Wilkinson, were in town last week, staying through under or against Levi N. The East 520 feet of Northwest IOUIiD-UP Doll

their son, Oscar, and family are at the White Feather Court and Norris, deceased, Samuel Parks. A. I'Quarter of Northwest Quarter of1Northeast I EAST lUllS'I
J. Powers T. W. Pitts also known Quarter Section 24 :,
spending a few days in Michigan visiting friends. as Thos W. Pitts, M. V. Haley. Elizabeth I Township 5 South, Range 22 East & ,
.STORAGEPerryman with Mrs. Wilkinson's sister Emma Mr. and Mrs. Fuller Tresca and Reed James A. Sherman 1 containing 8-acres, more or !l-ss, /sw_ -
whose last known addressvasU
t
excepting therefrom road right-ni-
Lynn. family of Jacksonville were visitors K ene. New Hampshire, Frank A.tallard. way described in Deed dated October i rUT YOUR IXAND ()
S Max Stern individually 15, 1953, and recorded in II> <-t! |
Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida The Taggart family came by in town for several days last and a* trustee, :Mary Silva' Joseph Book 74 Page 409 Public Records or ON THIS W AUTOMATIC 1
FrancIs week. It. Stukel, U A. Shattonch Augusta
Coleman's Sunday afternoon Bradford County. Florida. MrtOmNO KflUGBATOtHCTION
ii- Summerton, Isaac D. Smith. G. E. Southwest Quarter of Southwest t
I, on their way to Manning Mr. and Mrs. Siprelle and fami Snyder, M. Squires. The unknown I Quarter of Northwest Quarter. Sr(,-- WITH ZBOttCtanazw.

Station to see Mrs. Taggart's ly have gone to Toledo, Ohio, fora heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, lion 26, Township a South, Range -
reditors and other claimants b)'. 22 East.
great-uncle, Dempse GroVes, whois few days. through, under or against Ola The.e I Southeast Quarter of Southeast 1] _

I staying at I. J. Manning's home Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan L d deceased, The unknown heirs. 'I Quarter of Northeast Quaitti M1s4WtF -
d devisees legatees grantees l"red-I J!Southeast Quarter of Northeast .
and is very ill. have gone to Maryland for five it ors and other claimants bY'i i Quarter of Northeast Quarter; : ONLYG-EHAS .-

Mrs. Gertie Faircloth is weeks.D. through, under or against J. E. Teri i;North Half of Northeast Quartei of I .. I
enjoying ry also known as Julia E. Terry and I ;{Southeast Quarter of Northeast I .- THl 1WWUI SHEVI9 -: r
a vacation with her two D. Davenport of Greer, S. C. T. J. Terry her husband, Ervin B. Quarter; Section 27, Township 0 -- PUTS All IHJ WOO AT TOMivamino
IN! EAQLY COLONIAL daughters, Whitney, whose last known address South Range :12 East. 1 j *iGa.tet ON
Kate and Irene
in
Jack isonville. from Miami I
this week
flying :
up was: Somt'r'iIl.Iass", John H. Williams South Half of Northeast Quarter | 2 tvuYs401Sv15a1.s.
TIMES MONEY WAS : )to spend a while with his grandfather : and wife Rose Lewis Williams of Southeast Quarter of ?Northeast [
:, Harvey L. White. James Quarter Section 27, Township ;3 j I IM.JuLH
A RARITY. TRADE Betty Hickey from Jackson- G. E. Wiggins. Wiggins i Ward., William Uhitehead 1..1 South, Range 22 East, containing I ,

WASTHE&* ville called on us and Faye England -!says they expect to get in some i known as W. Whitehead and ;5 acres more or less. |
OR BARTER for jr Overstreet, if alive and the unknown -1 Southwest Quarter of Southeast Is'i
short
a while Friday evening good fishing and crabbing. spouse of each of them ifalive Quarter of Northeast Quarter. Section -

RULE A SOUND of last week. M. M. Sargeant has been in and if any of them be dead, I 27, Township 5 South, Range 5-ytor prottction plan
t to the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees 22 East, containing 10 acres, moieor ELIDependability
HORSE FOR SIX CORDS Mr and Mrs. Dock Thomas and I Riverside Hospital but is homeagain. grantees, legatees, assignees less. General EUcfric REVOLVING SH

Ruby Thomas were calling on Jim L creditors and other claimants, by, I Southwest Quarter of Northwest
OFOo-ALITTER tTtL through under or against each and L Quarter of Northeast Quarter, Section
and Ada .
Godwin Sunday; we One new arrival this columnis every of the above named persons I 27, Township 5 South, Range 13 percent more iheif IEFRIGER TOR.FREEZER
OFSHOATS FOR A j/f .#FA4A hadn't been home but a short while to announce is who are deceased; to the Chicago 22 East, containing 10 acres, more ipa<. than in pevioui ..
( when happy a young Florida Association, Chicago Title .or less. corresponding model 1- COMBINATION
HEIFER A BPACE they came to see us for a man born in St. Luke's Hospital:, and Trust Company A. EarsteinSons II I North one-Quarter of Northwest!

OF FOWL FORADAY'S few minutes. They had been to: Jacksonville, July 19 parents, J. I. Faulk & Company. Pal. I.1 Quarter of Northwest Quarter -
I Long Branch mer Brothers, Earstein and Leah-I:Section 35, Township 5 South,
LABOR/ I Cemetery and stopped Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald of man Risser and Stearns MosherBrotheis Range 22 East (excepting there-
J7 by here wanting to see some! Jacksonville Mrs. M. Ferst & Company, I from the right-of-way of S.A.L. Ry.
--1H! of the tomatoes ; grandmother, Lippman Brothers 1-:. J. Acosta, and the road rights-of-way described G. J. MCGR1
Jim
tt 1 has braggedabout i
Sara D. McDonald of Keystone whose last known addresses was in Deed dated April 15; 1925,
so much. They didn't find Heights. He has not yet been Savannah, Georgia. "WoodUwn Syndicate ; recorded in Deed Book 39, Page
Atlantic Lumber
Company, Public
Much of our growth as the greatest commercial nation many tomatoes, most of them are named. Bradford County Bank, The Baptist County 477 Florida Records; in Deed of dated Bradford June GENERAL

i gone. They found enough to get a First Baptist Church Home, Florida Land and Immigration 11, 1937, recorded! in Deed Book ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor.

on earth surely lies in the development of our American !few to eat. Company of Florida, GrossManufacturing 42, Page 68. said Public Records;;; Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229
I The Dorcas Class meeting wa Company. Jacksonville land in Deed dated October 23: 1935,,
I A few evenings ago TommieLang held July 15 at the home of ?Mrs' Provision Company, McNery recorded in Deed Book 41. Page 164,,
banking systems. I came running in and toldJim : Grocery Company HalpHambyl'ompany said Public Records) said land lying Starke, Fla. 1
Kenneth Biddle, with Mrs. T. 11. and J. L. Harvey Realty: and being West of S.A.L. Ry. track
that Daddy said to Company and their !land
bring his Finley as co-hostess. Mrs. W. L. _-_ unknown suc- containing about b-acies more

We invite you to take advantage of the many banking shot gun and come there quick:, |Thomas, of Gainesville, gave the .

services we are rendering in this community. they !had We found had heard a BIG a shot rattlesnake butdidn't devotional. Mrs. A. G. Loudon was Double barrelled:savings I
elected president to fill the un-
know just where it was
expired term of Mrs. E. L. Hower-
or what was shot at. rolli 'Yo
i ton, who has moved to Alabama. !
Jim grabbed his old 36-inch !Away I
A motion was made and carried
barrel 12 gauge gun and took off! I
to give $10.00 to the Vacation I
Got over there and Richard had
FLORIDA BANK at STARKE pible School. J/
shot the snake but was afraid togo New names were drawn for I I
to it. He hadn't another shell] I
I "Secret Pals" and it was decided j
and! didn't know if he had killed
Member Florida National GroupWE'RE to reveal names by small i'
giving a
i t tI the snake. He had shot it's head I I II
I I gift at the quarterly social. After j
off and also shot it into two !:
pieces further down on the body. j'the business session, games and re- ]

freshments were enjoyed: by those
The
snake had
i I eaten a full I

grown rabbit so surely wasn'thungry. II 'present. I
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.' ---I-il--- ,- -1t! ,- -- --- --:" I but Richard had killedhim The Harriet Kelly Class will )
meet with Mrs. Frank Jones, Tuesday -I -
Seems I
anyway. there are

I plenty of'snakes around here now. July 27. I '1)1

A DEPARTMENT STORE !j Several have told us they have I All boys reminded and girls 3 through L" v> Drive in today fcr double-barrelled savings.
,16 that
[ killed big rattlers here and atMaxville L ,- are Friday of I &

also.Francis next week (July 30)) is Preparation We're all set to give you a generous trade-in allowance

OF BUILDING Coleman killed a big, .I' The Day for Vacation Officers'Bible School. 'lleJ **arvtf.on old worn tres;' cnj replace them
MATERIALSI one under the back of his house Weekly and Teachers' BIG y0ur ,

I one day last week. Looks as if i it 'I meeting was held last Thurs- & with brand new, Gulf fires I
I! is dangerous to stay anywhere day at the home of Mrs. E. Alt- (

'any more the rascals come right! man. It was decided to have the TradeinsLOW of en amazing,jowsaej5nce.]

in the house after Annual Sunday School Picnic at _
you. I .
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t 1
Well, if they come where I can: :'Gold head Branch State Park .! j\ ; See !
Thursday s us now.
see them, I can still use old August 12, which will .
my
shot gun. It might give me a blue I be at the close of the V. B. S. p.-. \\ \

-'s- '
s shoulder but .- Offer for
usually get the -,- is a
snake or what ever I shoot at, I vyyvvyvyyvyyvyyvvyyvyyvrBIG -- '-

So I warn the snakes to stay I I Sale/ Pricesb limited fiBJf
1i I ,
away from here! DADHappenings ,

ThuMa)", July 15 I .

Sacred to me is the memory of

the passed years of faithfulness

tfl2( 'r- I and loyal fraternity in fadeless

//1 4 pursuit of Major E. S. Matthews, By Clair Lazenby '

:;-L( _. ,'y i I,Well might I say good night Beloved lu&&&&&&&&&& ;

l Brother, today, and with; I I '/7 \ j Gulf

i sparkling hopes, with a few moredays 1 Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwards I
i iJVe
and then Good MorningMajor I was visiting the E. C. Dukes over : > J

in the land of endless bliss.J. : the weekend. ; & \ r '

L. Strickland !|I Eloise Taylor spent the weekend Gulf/ *$*? >, f., v: "aflieI
carry a complete assortment of ALL build. I in Daytona Beach with friend (

ing materials from foundation to roof. We'll Sorry to hear Mrs. J. P. Tomlin- p- I I

supply you wilh WHATEVER you want FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S son's son-in-law and is in was Griffin in a Hospital.car accident iVM \ 1ite

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I I Guest of Mrs. H. D. Starling !
Screen doors and windows L
many, many shades, tones I Sunday was Mr. and Mrs. Knight

colors of SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Paint (interior and JUST ONE 'of Lave Oak. k- ,

-' exterior) Kitchen Cabinets Armstrong Tileboards : FRIGIDAIREMade : Bessie Lee Dukes attended a I 1


Hardware Millwork U. S. Plywoods Arm only by General L !j Hudson birthday at party the honoring State Farm Miss Friday Fay 4L.83: ;: Ut Iii 12'6.00116 ,

strong Ceiling Tiles t Motors Corp. All otherElectric :
Stanley Carpenter and Black night. 5 1

and Decker power tools. i Refrigerators are! i Mr. and Mrs. Garland Norman '6.70 x 15 L ii Plus TaxGREENE'S i iI

m % made by ether companiesand I of Miami was visiting :Mr. and I PlusTai \ f I

Ana!, we'll give you detailed instructions on how to use I cannot use the word I 1 Mrs. Howard Norman in Lawteylast


1 any item you buy. I Frigidaire. I Mr.week.and Mrs. I!. D. Starling ,ft f

J :; daughters are attending 4-H Camp
J 'Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
Easy Parking Financing Arranged I II this week at Cherry Lake. t

? ? Mr. and Mrs. Lester Tillman



i STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY i iI E. H.THEN SMITHTenth SEE I ,of E. C.Jacksonville Dukes over was the visiting weekend.the GULF PRODUCTS GULF L F OIL I L S STATION :



!. The Clrraif Court Of The Eighth
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Phone Washington St at S.A.L Depot
I JalUI Clm.lt Of Fl.rU., I. .\.. ,

Starke, Fla. I and Temple Are. Fee Ja Brigf.r4 CU. .rr.C.mmtfiCanal Lawtey, Fla. \ On U. S. 301 Starke Fla. Madisoa&Walnut

Starke FU. Timber Corporation. ) Sts*

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PACT SEVEH

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fTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Moose Representative !the measure. \graph.Dated this IT day of July. 1954.! \.Ii... 1'. ,\ppr r Case So. ld-$0 graph.Dated this 15; day of July. l-i4.;
: Recently the Board denied a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Tu: William Hepella. whose residence (OFl'ICIALI..) Charles Darby
M aCR To Form Lodge Here Clerk of the Circuit Caurty and address is: TFC William Clerk of the Circuit Court
STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. similar request to close one of the! Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk KepelU... ft.S. 1010 SSS1 Company A Ey Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I 7/JJ 4-t S/13 :392 M.P. Battalion A.P.O. 16* 7 2" 4-t 'S" II
I !lakes to commercial fishing, on j the basis that it could not act in| You are hereby notified that a
jI .NOTICE TO APPEAKIB suit for OT1n
I the matter of a single lake, as Circuit' Court Bradford feisty. Notice i is hereby given that the
Mrs L. F. Chapman Jr., and Florida! In Cfc..eer.. Divorce and restoration of partnership heretofore subsisting i
y action would have to apply maiden
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name
two sons. L. F. Ill, and Walton. i .any i Pauline Kathleen Lovelace Plaintiff, between the undersigned HenryGriffis G
against all alike. vs. James Monroe velaee.. De has been filed against you in the Dave V. Griffis and James
are making an indefinite visit with'the fendant. Case No. 10603.tt"e above named Court and cause and I*. Waters, heretofore carrying onbusiness
L. F. Sr. !>. T. Appear. you are required to serve a copy of Griffis Bros.
I Chapmans | YOU'LL LOVE the new'EsterI I as Grocer at
Methodist Church I Presbyterian ChurchSun. I To: James Monroe Lovelace your answer or pleading: to the Lawtey. Florida has been dissolvedby
Mr. and Mrs. Medford Shleay I i brook purse-size fountain pens in whose residence and address is: complaint on the Plaintiffs mutual consent a*. and from the

Sunday, July 25, 9:15 a. m. .. July 25 9:45 a. m. I and daughters, Cheyrl and Sara. ': pastel shades. Only $%.58 at Bradford Care lace of Route Nelson,and-W, Elizabeth Stoney Point.Love- Attorney 507 Clark William Building.D. Jackson-Morgan. I'doe Hth to day and of owing July. by 1S54.the All said debts late

School 11 a. m. Morn- spent the weekend at Ft. Benning County Telegraph. Xew York ville, Floridaand I
Church School; 11:00 a. In. Morning :Sunday t firm will be received' and paid respectively -
Worship; 6.00* m. Recrea- ing Worship Service "Christian Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. Frank l.4 You are Hereby notified hat a file the original in the offi'e'' by James L. Waters who
p. (I
i i suit for of the Clerk of the Circuit Court will continue to carry on the said
tion Time; 6:15 p. m. Supper for Treatment of a Sinner" 8 p. m. Rathburn and family. They were NOTICE TO APPEAR ( Divorce custody control and or before the on business! under the style or firm t>f
Intermediates and Seniors; 7:15p. Evening Worship Service accompanied home by their other, to Clrealt C..rBradford. .... C.mmtT I support of minor child :2J: day of August. 1954; : IJ. L. Waters Grocery t Market
Florid ( the
eerr. has been filed against you In othrrvuHie .
Dated this 16th
allegations of said daof Juh A 1'
m. Worship for Intermediatesand "What' Defileth A Man?" two children Sandra and Medford I, John Milo membership director Roberta Schaefer Matchett Plaintiff. above named Court and cause and Complaint will be taken as confused tltI ;
Jr.. who have several weeks of the Order of Moose, is \!!. Buford G. Matchett Defendant.Case you are required to serve a copy of by
spent Loyal
Seniors; 8:00 Preaching Serv- Tues.. July 27 8 p. m. The No. 10604ytlce your answer or pleading to the This you.. I Henry GDave Griff-"
I there. I in Starke this week to establish To Plaintiff'sAttorney I noti. e shall be publishedone. B Griffin
ice. Women of the Church. Appear I complaint on the each week for f..ur consecutiteweek.
Moose. Milo To: P.uford G. Matchett, whose, Samuel W. Getzen.: James I. Waters
the
local of I II the
27, 9:30 W 28 7:30 Recent guests of the L. Dur- a chapter residence Florida m Bradford County Tele- ; 2:: 2t ; '..oI
Tuesday July : a. m. Wed., July p. m.Prayer and address is: U.S.S. I I P O. Box 81. Gainesville
SCS Prayer Group; 7:30 p. m. meeting and Bible Study. dens were Mr. and Mrs. George P.I said he is contacting civic leaders, Randolph r V A 15. V II Di\, and file the original In the office'I i 11/-- -- ..-. .-. ell .-. .. ---do.---
and he expects to have a chapter "r Fleet Postmaster, New York of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Wesylan Service Guild. 8 p. m. Adult Choir Practice. Lewis and family of Savannah.Ga. New York or before the I
I started here within two months. You are hereby notified that a 23: day of August, 1954;
Wednesday, July 29. 8.00 p. m. Thurs., July 29 3 p. m. suit foriMvorce
for the 15- otherwise ir salt
Bible study and prayer. Junior Choir practice. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Seigler and i Milo has arranged Mooseheart Complaint will me allegations be taken as confessed I UHF 36
minute movie 'The has been filed thenam..d
against in
Thursday July 29, 6:30 p. m. I children. Mike and Susan spent I Story" to be played at the Florida above Court and you cause and", This by notice you. ball be publishedonce CHANNEL
Youth Choir Rehearsal; 7:30 p. m. CEMETERY WORKING I the weekend in Panama City with I and to- you are required to serve a copy of' each week for four consecutive -I I
Theatre today (Friday) your answer or pleading to the complaint weeks in the Bradford Count
Chancel Choir Rehearsal. There will be a cemetery work-I Milo's mother, Mrs. Florence Seig morrow. The movie tells of the on the Plaintiffs Attorney I Telegraph. i WE GUARANTEE OUR
I Gerald: I:. Hart 202 Smith Dated this 13; day of July 1!>;54.; :
, I ing at the Dyal Cemetery on Aug. ler. Enroute home the Seiglers Moose organization's work at'I Pudding Jacksonville. Florida .I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles .'0.. Darby RECEPTION BEST BECAUSE:
At The TabernacleThe 6. visited friends in Tallahassee Mr. "Child City" a haven for widows I and file the original. in the office ofthe :. Clerk of the Circuit aurt : .4 FINER MATERIALS
Clerk of
th Clrrult Court on By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ClIOI'\(
and Mrs. Keith of Ritchford.Mr. and children of deceased Moose or efnre tin2'! day nf August : j'';: 4-t S 13 : MORE MATERIALS
Gospel Team of the South- I 1934; otherwise the allegations of
rfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTAHEILBRONN I
fTYTTT members.
and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and
eastern Bible College of Birmingham \ said Complaint will be taken as confessed '01'1('.: TO tPPKtllIn :, IMPROVED SUPERIOR TECHNIQUESCALL
daughter and son, spent last Fri Milo cited a report made by j by ruu. rirmit Court. Bradford Count?.

.of' Ala.their announced at the cancellation Taber-- day picnicking at Kir.gsley Lake. Malcolm R. Giles, director general |I This each notice w.-ek shall for !four be consecutive publishedonce Florida..f>. :II In Thaarery.Frail. Repella .1'l.nntitf vs ( 239 To Receive TWICE As Many T V Stations!

meeting I Mr. and Mrs.! J. M. Bradley Jr. of the Loyal Order of Moose, in | weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Vt illiani Mrprlla Defendant. Tonight. FREE TRIAL .
nacle, 23, II I
Friday evening July the ,
and daughters Gloria and Faye, stating the part played by ... ANTENNA INSTALLATION
owing to the illness of speaker By Mrs. Ancel Norman4AAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAA I.of Jacksonville spent Sunday withJ. I Moose in public service. | .. __.....-L--- .;;.-::, ._. '_ ..: -- :::- _- --: '_, -

Rev. Leon Gillaspie. However, M. Bradleys Sr. Giles states that the Moose j : $39.50
there will be a special service con- Chase C.
ducted by Rev. and Mrs. Jack I The revival meeting closed Saturday Mrs. C. B. Hiatt and children of donated over 70.000 man-days of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke I ShepherdI rp
Starke, accompanied by Mrs. L. voluntary work service and more
Nurse of Lake Butler, with special night after a wonderful !
music. i i I. week. One new member was added L. Wainwright and children of i than $750,000 in the United States I TV RADIO SEAT COVERS UPHOLSTERY|

The Tuesday night was I to the church.' State Farm spent last Wednesday j I for civic and community services Starke, Florida
program
at Fernandina Beach with last ,
I year.Milo
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in charge of the ladies of the Mr. and :Mrs. Barney Eggersand -- -- ---- -- --- -
Mrs. Wainwright's sister, Mrs. B. said that there are nearly
Tabernacle who presented an interesting the weekend I
children spent W. Tucker and family. 1,800 lodges in North America en- REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor .
service. The Chalk Talk. I here with her parents the T. N. in 111 different :(=: -= ::- :"'-=-=--:: -= -' :- ::= -.:' =: .: :::. "-- := : ._.. '- : .." "

by(Provo Mrs.4:23)Quigley, was, on interesting"The Heart"and'Normans. They brought Joe Sapp 'The Robe' Plays gaged projects ranging from community\\ Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town

home after a week visit with them. to swimming OPERATED .
girls clubs BY .\I.TODOBBS
references were used to Phones Office 234 Pastorium
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many For Five Full Days -
1 Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Emanuel pre-natal clinics and blood plasma I II
Substantiate her talk. :Musical I
numbers included a solo, trio, anda and daughters, of Enterprise I At Florida Theatre I banks. Most of the Moose projects -' '
,
stopped over for a short visit with I '! were in the field of youth
duet. the Ancel Normans Friday p. m. I Cinema Scope will be introduced ''activity.I Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Cook's

They were on their way home to Starke for the first time next I the Moose furnish
REVIVAL I I He said that Sunday School 9:451.: Training Union 6:45 P.M.
after taking their son. Randolph I week when "The Robe" plays at i its members with many retire-

Mrs. Mary Petty is starting a I jto Live Oak for vacation with the Florida Theatre for five days,. I went and other benefits. Thej i Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.

revival at the Pentecostal Holi-I friends. Sunday through Thursday. j I Moose operate "Moose Haven" an, .
ness Church on August 1. The I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mathews 'The Robe" has been hailed as I old-ape home at Orange Park, ;: 1 : y ';'-::=- -_, .'_ :;% -: : :: ::'-.=. ,_ :J-::)'"

meetings will begin at 7:45 pm. and daughter. Martha, of Lake a milestone in motion picture his- ''and "Child City" in Illinois. i .
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and evervone is cordially Invited. City. Tenn., are spending sometime I tory. It stars Richard Burton : Anyone wishing information.. {!-'. '- -_-.-- -- .' .- -.- .--- -'. .. - .-'- .' .;: / '. ...:" GroceryJax

I here and points of south (Jean Simmons and Victor Ma j j about the Loyal Order of Moose Sermon Sunday Night
i Florida with relatives. ture. call Milo at 305 W. Madison

.,LET't 0 M: ) ;q. 1 L-Roy Norman spent from Friday -I Twentieth Century-Fox reports i lean Ave., phone 222-J or contact him
,. I Hiway We Deliver Thurs. Afternoons
Open
-- Wednesday with his in Starke Chamber of
until
l that nothing was spared making: through the First Baptist Church Hampton

7r : family. I the picture truly monumental. It. :Commerce. I -- .
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Norman and I reports" the cost of the film to run"
I daughter Linda and Mr. and about 5000000. !Residents SeekCommercial I'I'i "The Conversion of the Chief"By 6 Bottle CartonCoca

Mrs. J. W. Mathews and daughter. "The Robe" is the story of what
Martha were visiting Mr. happened to the cloak Christ wore; I I Fishing i Pastor Merle Packham

I i Viand Mrs. LeRoy Norman Jr.. at at the Crucifixion. In book form '(Ban In County j Cola
21cM
I II C..l1Ip Blanding Sunday p. m. I the widely- read novel by thE; I Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Union 7:10: p.m.

,' :'01... and Mrs. Marklee Normanand :late Lloyd C. Douglas, made, |, Requesting that all lakes tot inI( Wed night "Hour of Power" 8pm.
baby of Hampton, visited the![the best-seller list for ten years. 'Bradford County be closed
I LeRoy Normans Sunday. I The story unfolds before suet L I commercial fishing, a petition !| Plan to attend Sunday School with us in one of the

,'matchless settings as a Romar L signed by over 70 residents waS :| largest Sunday Schools in this area A warm welcome
Hall is visiting her I
Marian Tall Cans
slave' market, the glittering Roman I presented to the board of county I awaits .
you"Gossip
+ I grandparents, the Wilmont Browns ( I LK L 3 39C
palace the hill of Calvary wherE commissioners this week. II i
I! :Mr.! and Mrs. J. B. White return the Crucifixion takes place? th I The Board postponed action on is sometimes that which goes in both ears and

i ed home Tuesday of last weekfrom Catacombs of Rome and the City r I the request until the next meeting ;( come out the mouth greatly enlarged."

I : a visit to Missouri. Think. of Jerusalem as it appeared or I I August 2, at which time it : .. For
I they were glad to get back tc. Palm Sunday. will hear any persons opposed to'' --:--- :-.-- -- -- ..- --=:: .=---- :' ; :, ..- ; :- :/ J ELL 0 3 13C
rnor Florida where it's not so hot -- --
Junior tried Seems awfully hot to us here, but

I To no avail it hasn't been 110 degrees yet. ,
To the water ; J t t Pkg
stop I ,i +
With a paH. YYTTTTYTTTTYTTTTYTTTYTTYIPINE ABLE NAPKINS 1 DC

You shouldn't rail a plumber i

unles )ou're sure he's depend LEVEL '

able. You'll find we are as f V2C
dependable as any in town. I' e4r 1J ar f TIDE FAD CHEER 27
by Mrs! II. M. :McRaeAIIUILWUAWAAAAJ L
Our work is guaranteed to ,

satisfy. Our prices! are ,

I moderate. 1 Rev. W. E. Hall filled his reg- I 6 Bot Ctn

PHO.NK4H-J ular appointment at Pine Level'Chuirh OT COLA 25C

Sunday with a large at- ,

t< al ann> ; /, A. ArN

Mi'-. Ellen Lowe and sons. < -
e Ricnaid and Robert, of Haines | M LbPkg
GRITS 5 33C
,'udiui Earl Garght of Lakeland
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: ,1''- visiting; the H. M. MrRae's
1nt1aMrs.. Lowe and boys I

livt-ii m this atmmunity about LbPkg

twelve years ago. Two of her J MEA L 5 33CWith
.-tIk. James and Raymond are in
-....... the service.Mr. .

and Mrs. Robert Taylor and J S5.00 Order or :More ::1 Lb (
VWlJlHJV i-hildien. Charlene and Robert Jr.. i i iN
aimed Saturay morning for aisit I 7+ T4fr 'anC

\ with Mrs. Taylor's parents, It

()/( the H. M. MrRae's. They spent

e/ :last I week with Robert's parents I llJIJt CRISCO 5CLETTUCE
at Adel Ga. The family and I
% r
H)': Dan \\'eeksIt friends met at the H. M. McRae's 'I
Sunday. Dinner; guests were Mi :
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seems that e\erjbotlj is ''and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Mr. and j I 1 f nt

talking about tele\ision these Mrs W. C. Conner and daughter ,

days (and uhy not) with so ,Yvonne, Mrs. A. F. Hall and chil- ':

many big things happening in ''dren of Jacksonville Mr. and ilrs ] 2 Heads 2SCGREEN
thU new hut already giant industrj. :Barney Eggers and children of''

The last few )ears have Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. T. N'I|
Mf>.i great tethnical imprmements Norman and son Gerald of Heil- ;;

both in reception and in ,bronn Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae t Lb

tl'lt"t'a..tl1lJutl there are hails' and boys Don Newman Mr. and' : lt PEANUTS 19C
I ,
Iutpru+('ulemts in the Kind of Mrs. D. M. McRae and family. Mi !I a !

prograns sponsored new ,and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and family. YdllrqlJQ/
and exciting stars big Ben s Mr and Mrs. Robert Mynck and s

an.. orort j exenls just about children,of Starke. .., Lbs
ONIONS S 2 15C
r\eretiring )ou can think of is Mrs Sue Mynck and Mr. and

on tdl'\i.on. And before you ,Mrs. Robert Taylor were visiting Buy one high quality Marathon 1/
Know it, television will l liecornean here Monday afternoon. '

integral part of our say of Mrs Pitt Newsome of Bryceville a. 7 6.00x16 tire for regular no-' / Lb.
(life. t
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visited Mrs. Robert Taylor at the *
home of her the H. M trade-in price of T495-you
Since TV is our businesse parents

act luvn-decided as "ur.1ut.outd to get into say the- McRae's. ana Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. .V. E. Thorntonand I I BI/ :)A V/N'.1 get second tire for only H'burger 39c

and do a little talKing of our Miss Gerta Fae Thorntonwere ;:,

own. In fact, we're going te among the guests at the H.M. Get sale prices on both/ Here by far, is your brat tire deal'' During
drop around every Neck in this McRae's unda>'. our big Goodyear Sale you lave plenty
newspaper and talk about J on these high quality Marathon, made
what's new in the field. We'll Slack and White, SJ.dewalls with Goodyear's exclusive 3-T Rayon
.
hanotes In- Cord. New improved tread means longer 29C
: about the stars,
life and more mileage. Sturdy rib designprovides
ten-sting items about behind- MONUMENTSLOWEST IUClWAll ...... c.t W WllTiWW .... Gel W lifer, lurer traction. ,They're BOLOGNALTBONE
the-scenes doings and a lot ofioieresting nIHI tin IDr tal hIIHI tin lor
t SIZI' :tutor 'Olf.T Ali .:11I1i-t MY milts ahead of any tire at or ntar their pim! ux andrtttpptUe cwoI
information. We. PRICES I regular prices- a sensational value at tIna b
hope that )OU'U join us here I: 6.00 16 $14.95 8.88 6.00 16 $18.30 S10.88 these special prices. Stop now and save! STEAK 47C
e\rry week and let us Know FINEST QUALITYI
how you like our cttniments.UV 6.70115 16.95 9.88 6.701 IS 20.75
No Extra Charge 1.10x15 18.80 11.88: 7.10115 23.05 1348'' ONLY $)" A WEEK FOR TWO TIRES!
h.ipe too. that jou'll come I For Setting In Or Near Lb
in and get acquainted uith us I &.50 16 20.15 11.81* t>50 x 16 24.70 14.28 .
x down ', MULLET F FISH 1 19C
down.herr at \\EKKS RADIOS STARKEWrite DOl' wa,'... rut old/ t/ni/ raoh fit '1.tl'

Tsun let.. Despite all ,. "ust..lI\ftw.NUPfNhl.tires t pt"tu, 4Yr ,. s

the new' angled uords that .' w ', N _" ,,',,, '. 7 ." ,' ', ., oti / y CHUCK
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have been added to our vocabulary / >oYr ; "%" "I; ;" >:" -, ... ." ..' "X.<.. _
nowaday: 'ou'U 9'A'. ---- ., r- ',
) find a L ff1J .
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few of the old standbys adequately f T
de tribe our waof

doing business. You'll always For free. Folder ; ?<- SERVICE STATION Roast 29C
find us Courteous, Prompt andI'riendly eflflDMAM'V.s

and, if )ou don't agree" ATLANTIC MEMORIALS! j; SEEBER D. GOODMAN
our TELEVISION SKRVICKS : : ESTABLISHED 1930

the best in Starke. we'll dohandstands I 71$ FOIIST ST. t'. s. 301 at South City Limits

atop >our antennae. ... \
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH..STARKE. FLORID.
PAGE EIGHT
FRIDAY. ,JULY %3. 1951

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I Thirty 4-H Girls Oft To Camp I Board Of Equilization ;i

County Commission's Tentative Budget ; Hears L. D. Vinning ( w.c.r.u.

i \HIEX JOSEPH WAS SOLD

(Continued from Page One) Only one taxpayer appeared! INTO EGYPT BY HIS BROTHERS

Insurance Agents Licenses' 370.00 540.00 before the Board of Equalization, I liE WAS IX A DECIDED

,v-onsistmg of the county commissioners MINORITY BUT liE WON:

'Occupational Licenses 1,500.00 1,000.00 : m their annual meeting TilE DRYS WILL WIN TOO!
Beverage Licenses 700.00 500.00 :
TTi recently in the courthouseto NATIONAL VOICE.)

Excess Fees 790.00. 300.00 protest tax assessments.

Excess Fees 300.00 ____L. D. Vining. representative of

Excess Fees 300.00 Container Corp., appeared be-

Excess Fees 300.00 300.00 By Ceo. T. Huggim fore the board, claiming that although FILL DIRTGOOD

Excess Fee 472.86 350.00 County Agent I the description of their

Other Revenue Receipts 715.00 775.00 ,1 :;.i: Agricultural Extension Service ,, property calls for about 1,400 RICH
acres, the actual land involved
Transfer From I&S Fund 547.33 ; .4t Ht
Rents 2tO.00 240.00 ; July wa. ('leanulIonth work. During the early part of j| amounts to considerably less. TOP SOILSee

j4tt What have you done about It-: her lactation peiiod. she puts The board heard Vining, and
Taxes (7.71 Mills) $5,080,389.00 Value .
( on 39,169.79Intangible .
'Usually we associate accident pre- i more phosphorus and calcium into then. Tax Assessor Gene Long.

Tax 150.00 : vention with the need for cleaning her milk each day than she can It directed that Long get to-

Candidates Filing Fees. 540.00 up about the home and farm. Accident I, absorb from her feed. She needs a g ether with Vining and workout BILL JACKSON

Total Estimated Receipts $61,828.23 $63,572.12 prevention is important but j period of rest from milking to rebuild a satisfactory adjustment. Jackson Transfer Com part:

Less 5 Per Cent 3,091.41 3,178.60 the joy and pleasure in the resultsof her body reserves. I I bIt 0d bringit- back to the board

cleaning up is important also. 1 1I has also been proven that I! Phone 165
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Thirty Bradford County 4-H girls get ready to board bus for !
a
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95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 58,736.82 $60,393.52 The folks at Hampton have your cow will do her best in milk -a

Cash Balance 1100.00 2,500.00 I their week's stay at the 4-H Camp on Cherry Lake in MadisonCounty. made a change in the appearance t i production if you give her a vacation i -.- .--U

I II I The campers will enjoy a full schedule of artUitie including of several vacant lots and places ] from milking 30 to 60 days

--------- --------- i "swimming handcraft, folklore classes and recreation. that had been catching papers and She needs a ration high in phosphorus %WINKLER ELECTRIC
Estimated and Balances SERVICE
Total Receipts $59,836.82 $62,893.52Ge1lf'ral i cans and growing weeds. and calcium during this-

Fund ': The fence line along several dry period. If the cow is persistant _

SOIL CONSERVATION farms has changed with the mow- in milk production. cutting ho
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Estim.atei2 Fxpene: La..t Year This Year i ng or burning of weeds. One of I II II I grain feed will help in turning IIJTH'

Salaries of County Commissioness $ 6000.00 $ 6,000.00 N-E-W-S 1 the latest to catch my eye was the j 1 her dry. _

Salary Clerk Board of County Comm. 1800.00 1,800.00 l fence all along the Orvil Culver i I t i After milk flow has stopped.

Brownlee road. :[!feed her a "dry and fitting" feed
the Everybody
farm on
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Supervisor of Registration 900.00 900.00 By Bill Haas RADIO

Attorney to Board 25.00 25.00 I .-. I takes a little more pride irij i iI This feed is high in those nutrient I I

U- SL SOIL CONSERVATION a place that is kept a little more she needs.
,
Sheriff Attendance Per Diem (Board) 60.00 48.00 attractive. Farm Safety NeededIf AND

Administrative Fees of Clerk Circuit Court 650.00 800.00 I SERVICE July isnt gone. Won't you help I fire should break out an voiu

Commission &: Fees Tax Assessor 5,500.00 5,500.00I I Mr-i .it. to make Bradford County more ; place today could you fight it efficiently TELEVISIONSales

Commission & Fees Tax Collector 5,500.00 5,500.00 I attractive with a little special II j ? Do you know hoto .
The other day I was talking to a living from woodland I call the fire department, and how ; ""
.faint. & Repair County Courthouse &: Annex 2500.00 2500.00 use of a hoe or rake this month?
II Wade Gaskins about making hay. I Profit to direct it to the scene of the $
Salary of Janitor 2,038.38 2,385.00 has A soil conservation farm plan Xo Eggs No
Wade states that he
a surplus I
Courthouse & Annex Utilities Expenses 775.00 1,200.00 I of grass now that should be saved. was delivered to J. V. Edwards Jr.. High production is always nec- fire quickly and accurately And and Service
if expect a profit do you have equipment on handto .__
Courthouse & Annex Fuel Expenses 650.00 900.00 Making hay from surplus grass inthe for his farm located on the Worth- essary you -r erprass spspsSflflSSSSSSSSSSSSS_s sssrSp

Expenses of Election 1,600.00 1,000.00 summer is one way to be sure ington-Brooker Road. "J. V." is horn your poultry flock. The dropin fight fires in your buildings 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida
using Pensacola Bahia for his main price of eggs is a warning signal and fields?
f some feed for your cattle this
Legal Advertising 300.00 I to strict Almost all farm fires can be -
000.00w when the permanent pasture grass. He is i to you begin a culling -
grazing gets I
Administrative Supplies &; Expenses 3,000.00 3,000.00sh ort. Wade remarked "I put upsome (also using Pangola. hairy indigo I rogram. I prevented but farmers who are :

Insurance 1,200.00 1,200.00 Pensacola Bahia and giant striata crotalaria in his; A hen that stops laying and often far removed from organizedfire

Salaries of Circuit Court Judges ((24064) 417.12 417.12 year and my cows sure cleaned hay last it I grazing program. goes into a molt now is likely to protection must look to Sell It Rent h Trade It

Secretanes Circuit Court Judges 561.82 561.82 'u I be a slow molter and will be avery their own defenses to control and

p. H. H. Hamilton, whose farm is unprofitable hen to keep over hold a fire in check when it doe,
of State 347.60
Salary Attorneys 347.60
Welfare .Herb Prescott. a Bradford Soil !j located on the LawteyKingsleyLake for another year. Cull often occur. \WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
Department Appropriation 3,000.00 4,200.00 Road made a for :
request a
Conservation District I' farm
Cooperator, enough now to keep the flocks How about checking your

General Welfare' 600.00 600.00 I used the District's weed chopper soil and water conservation farm L average production 60 percent or fire defenses now, to be sure you Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place
Tuberculosis Patients in State Sant. 2000.00 i plan. He used the District's roto-
2,400.00 to chop an old pea field. Herb says above I to act swiftly and ef
: until September. Then stop are ready i 20 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION .
I cycle mower to cut down the weedsin 50C
Hospital Expenses for Indigents 4659.47 5080.39 .!the chopper cut the peas into the ; culling until all hens have com fectively. Here's a check list of E.CIIIHHTlOS.L WORD
I 2eiI"OtT
his
pasture before they started I
Library Appropriation 300.00 300.00 :ground fine. By chopping row pleted their molt. : things every farm needs for fire-
Icrop have to seed out. I I OtI PIK TK\T O\ TWO OH HOUR I> KRTIO2Se \<
Salary & Expenses County Service Officer 2,329.74 1.900.00c I I :; that been gathered, you Be on the look-out for birds fighting:

County Agent Salary & Expenses 3,000.00 3,600.00 ut into the soil a lot of green I Tom Carey of Lawtey also put: with bright yellow legs or birds I Do you have an adequate supply I ADDITION. FOR BMMI .,not OR ADS >OT pun 1\ till" %>CKMEMORIAMS

Home Demonstration Agent Salary & Ex. 1,980.00 2,400.00 organic matter which helps to put |in a request for a soil and water that show signs of complete molt of water available for the use of !
the soil in better condition. You CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per
Demonstration & Illustration Material 300.00 300.00 (ICCJnsen'ation farm plan. His land I ing. Other signs of poor producersare fire trucks and portable pumps? I I Line
also won't have as much trouble (COUNT \\ORDS TO EACH LINE
I :lines have been located on aerial I dry, shriveled combs, tight hard Are approved fire extinguishers )
4-11 Club Camp (Girls) State Short Course 75.00 150.00 with the trash hanging in I
I'I up your I photographs and a request for a abdomens and small empty conveniently placed near all hazardous -
4-H Club Camp (Boys) State Short Course 75.00 150.00Forest plows.I crops. !
soil has been made. He aid I
I survey Vacation Time Important locations such as the POWL-R LAW.V MOWER fur rei">
Farmer 1,256.00 1,640.00 I he wanted to put in some A. J. Thomas Starke Fla. by the hour at Tiny's !Ser\u-e
I I At a get-together of the timber pasture While you are planning to takea barn machine shed, and storage tion, T..mpl.'v... Sta
Publicity & Public Improvement 1,000.00 1,100.00 and use some land for temporary few days I tanks of and kerosene? : tf.-hg
growers to discuss the possibilitiesof off this summer to I II gasoline HI.
!
I
Courthouse & Annex Capital Expense 1250.00 500.00 forming an organization of the ted crops. "With the soils map I I enjoy a change in your regular Ask the town fire department to OLD BAGS WANTED.. .1 pi i I' -

Equipment for Assessors Office 2,206.00 1.729.41I I people' who make their living from ':will be able to tell which land is. I activities don't forget your dairy j'be sure you have the right typeof FOR SALE paid Xo khaki.lor good or wo rle.in...1. Telegraph cotton rii."

Equipment for Circuit Court Judge's Office 700.00 :the pine tree B. T. Thomas told best for crops and which is suit cow. She needs a vacation, too! |i extinguisher to fight the kindsof punltrrbtu'.e. i
able I I kuuxe. gams* '
for room
pasture", states Tom. ( :
Equipme for Colll'ctor's Office the group that we are going to Dr. R. B. Becker of the Florida | fire you are most likely to have. ..I..... liefcto and water.l 01'IU.FOII it!.ittn.H.KST HIM

1,610.00I I have to protect our pine trees ifwe Over 14.000 farm people were I Agriculture Experiment Station I Get the fire department to check 0 ft. I-run bargain tine I.at S. S4.OOO.O 3MI aannuonal 1 .\IIM-: H.K ('0. tf
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Total Appropriations $59,381.97 --$62,404.41-------- want to keep Bradford Countyone killed in accidents in 1953. Help !says that the medium-producing I II !and recharge your fire extinguisher Term. I 'OR KENT rnri.rmslied huu.-e Inquire .
of
; the leading timber producing i dairy cow is one of the hardest each year.Is at Bus Station.
laud tr
Reserve for Contingencies make our farms and X room dnellinc.; IVarrrs
454.85 highwayssafe.
489.11 I counties in the State. Lester Kite i i working animals on the farm. She i iI iI there enough garden hose prier *.;iT.: > (Ml. term*.
stated that you would be Cooperate in National Farm I Lire j. D OUO"" JH
---------- surprisedat water barrel handyfor
---- filled
------ and
uses more energy than other a .. lll.MJLK
kuu
d rlIiBC. poultry OIK
I 4 r Total Budget $59,836.82 $62,893.52 the number of people who make Safety Week. July 25-31 1954. '!farm animals use in their daily ]I each 400 Or 500 square feet "air and light price M.SHHI. I CAT-ILK IULts AMI_HUGS

'7": : of building? 2 ii juxl outside City partly LI.-. na Kaeh Meilaendaraine
Road .t acre
Bridge Maintenance Fund I Keystone Volunteers Col. Sternberg Gets j Charles D. Kirklandl i Do you have ladders on hand militated prraa grur, .p.,,- i <; ..'Hle Kh KrMar
.. .. .
i u jfruunil shaded hf lal ljroak
"timatt'l' of 1t'n'nut"S and 1I'I'eiph l..a..t Year Thio Tear ,Sell Crystal Lake Lot New Appointment I>Almost Wins Award I ong enough for rescue purposes *. liienl fur rentful .0.... 1 01: SALK. :-Karthuoruii: jmi V\ :a-
: the flammable plei.- -Ilardman's, Fish < ,
Taxes ((5.75 Mills) on 4,659,475.07 $26,791.95 5 I For New Fire House i r nd to reach highest 3 bed riMitit home". hla".r) eoalruri i lluiupton l..ike. 41XT"JIf'"r \.ami- J*
Gasoline Tax 27,500.00 Col. Ben Sternberg, former com In National Contest i j roof top? .. t... \ \. and t.. II. A.apprutrd. \
27,000.00 I The Volunteel.1Fire mander of the 5th RCT in Korea. I i Eoi-ino; EneephaIomeliti" llonn pa; men! a" W \ t-uiHtiirr |>n>Kiain
Racing Monies. 7,000.00 21,250.00 I Keystone Heights Starke's Charles I Ion a.. $:C.VI.IH ua --:100.00 to Jig-aw puixlt-s and !hildrmBaine' >
has been appointed assistant chiefof D. Kirkland1barely ] Work animals on twentyfivefarms ; .. J'le.- 1-1", ,
cunU
Department began this week MOV 00 homCH.HIT .II e
Taxes ((5.28 Mills) on 5080389.00 Value 26,824,45 : staff G-l Headquarters Eighth missed winning a college : received their second "shot" JennniKN office phone ;5'-J. r> -
raffling off a Crystal Lake lot ... .. i.antf :!..1.
Other Revenue lu. \\ hat do f j U dh
Receipts 2,500.00 750.00 donated Army. He is the son of Mr. and scholarship for his work on a1 L this week for the prevention of I bar it. ,
to them
I by the Crystal Mrs. N. Sternberg of Daytona model automobile in the 1954J; the staggers. This disease which F t fit SALK liaise. pedestal 1 C.'. 111.1 I

Total Estimated Receipts $63.19L9$7$ ,8-24. I Homesites The lot is Civic considered Association of, Inc.the ; Beach former residents of Starke. Fisher Body Craftsman's Guild I claims several horses and mules A. J. THOMAS : .fan...triur 5 speed lodge<< suiiabtf.'r r. I'. J>o\onuti.it I h.,
one
Less 5 Per Cent 3,189.59 3,791.22 Col. Sternberg has been servingin competition. Kirkland was a state I[ each year has already brought I IItKU St.-.rke. pla. 1'p
best in the Crystal Homesites de- I I>TATK DEALER I II
Korea since last October. A and regional winner before he death toI or 5 in our county this FISH UA'T-\u"lrah: 1kets
214Markr.
.elopment and is valued at $250. I I ui Triuple .ac. Telephone jtri"I. ,
95 Per Cent of Estimated !I II 1938 graduate of the U. S. Military entered the national competition j season. It is carried by many biting Florida now ready for the C'h. .it
Receipts $60.602,36 $72,033.23 Chances will be sold for $1, with I i 311 I W. Washington ?':1. Hli :,t-J
Cash Balance Academy at West Point. he A telegram from Detroit where I|i and blood-sucking insects. Dr. I II I'. ...,!Utla". 4teligW.XT1Three : 7 .'"
12500.00 1,000.00 only 1,000 chances being sold. | the XM>K WAXTKH: at X.K'ng
served with the 1st Division for regional winners are holding Bob Mullins, our local veterinarian I'......,h tf i I".I'
______ I t I Proceeds from the raffle will go nuddle-aifed men
---------- ---- their convention read the work. vaccination I
I eight >ears rising from platoon : I is doing for maintenan and Knuind \\ o ik
Total Estimated Receipts and Balance 73102.36 $73,033.23 towards building the fire depart- leader to regimental executive of- "Charles D. Kirkland was na i for immunization is mighty good RADIOS REPAIRED I Inquire at New KingIe Beai'h
ment's new fire house. I ModrUIraaunablr if
All Hakes All
tionally saluted j insurance. It is a treat-
ficer. tonight as one of i one year
Road & I..lntfnance charge la.r..t.HI
Bridge Fund The department's third annual I
He holds the Distinguished Service America's top teen-age craftsmen j ment. You can contact Dr. Mul-.t i ( C. SHKPHF.KI1: t"'ult S.\LI'-I'u.l In mwues he.ilrl,
Fireman's Ball collected .. S3 I am going out of l hu ine \ViIlat'1l
I $300 ,: filS W. Call tftarkr Ph. > >s
btimatfil Expt'n'it"i Last Year Thl.s Year I Cross and the Silver and when 41 regional winners in the jlins direct or through our office. cheap. Coney Island Stand
: towards the new fire truck that is .
Salary of Road Superintendant $ 3,16UO $ 3,164.10a1ary Bronze Stars.Berry I 1954 Fisher Body Craftsman'sGuild I I !Ii 'I.t;" l\\: W'\Tt:1I I '
expected in Keystone about Aug. i Model ')PKNlN: : i :NOW--in I'muii I.ounn.
I I
Road Maintenance Crew 25324.00 25,324.00Maintenance The 1 Car competition were for profitable H">rrif !Ser, ireRli.me WA."iTEf--1fan or man & wife "
,1,1. department has now raised honored at a testimonial banquetin / -s with well know Ran- help with chores. House furnished
County Road Buildings 300.00 300.00 half of its $2,000 yearly pay- Farmers Told leigh i'roduii. See Mr>. Lillian NVar 'tore. Post Offu and
Detroit's
I Masonic Temple. I I Dunn. Cox :2."iT.. 4ain-vIII.. Kl.i. ('hurt'h..... On lake and higlin.it
Repair &: Upkeep County Road Equipment 5,000.00 10000.00 ment on the truck. No Shipping Ban I "Young Kirkland came within \t\\ or wiitc Uawldgli I>?pt. FA1J2704ri. S. fo:. Kennedy phone Ke> stnHeight. -

Rent of Equipment 500.00 500.00 The fire depaitment expects to I a few points of being selected a i \ : Memphis Tenn. 511'-; '.:0 ." g 7l. H'-hK

Gasoline, Fuel Oil & Lubril'ants 3,500.00 7000.00 ] break ground on its new firehouse Some strawberry growers in i national winner entitled to one I I, OR SALK-Good practue piann

Other Road Supplies 500.00 500.00 I in a few weeks. The woik Bradford County seem to be under of eight university scholarships I : Electric Motors S.height E. Kennedy%'171. phone Ke\1I'he-1""-

Insurance 1200.00 1,950.00Timber | is going to be done by the volunteers the impression that there was a awarded by Fisher Body to thnations !

and other members of the ban against shipping berries from i volt SALK Two thorough bred
& Other Bridge Materials 8,000.00 5.000.00 I | best model builders." I REWOUND AND Bird doEs both male. t ii month-
community and much of the this county, and that there will be
SERVICEDSmall I old Highway :S91 aeross friii'.radf..rd
Purchase of Right-of-Way Proposed Roads 1,000.00 750.00 {building's, materials will be donated no use raising berries if such a ban I i i I II Furniture f'... Sti> 1 >>
Expense of Procuring W. L. Joiner Sr.
Right-of-Way 500.00 1,000.00 exists. |
by Keystone businesses.
The department
I Appliance Repair r.nST-\'hit through hr.oj -Ki-t-
Purchase of New Equipment 10,000.00 10,565.78 hopes to "build an $8,000!] The fact is that NO BAN Dies In Georgia Work ered male English flU II dnx 7w..kl
II General Machine oM. Reward for inf..rmatlnn -
Road.Tax Due and Payable to Iuncipalities 4025.00 6.500.00 I fire station for $2,000." AGAINST SHIPPING BERRIES I ct leading tn rei-o\er>.. Mr.i.

---------- ---------- The winner of the Crystal Lake EXISTED. It was reported in: W. L. Joiner, Sr., 81, father of : S Lillian'.. ...' Jones, General l elnrr\\

Total Appropriations $11.878.11 $72,553.88 'lot raffle will be announced Aug. error by another newspaper. and I Mis. 1... D. Vining of Starke, died \. i All Work GuaranteedReasonable ItBOTTAOE

Reserve for Contingtnces 1,22t.25 : later retracted., If any doubt I.>n July 9 in Georgia Baptist Hospital TDI _1YAAi AT LAKE for rent fir1"0 -,
479.55 2? at __ Rates
.
a public demonstration of weeks i in August Mr.' J M
; Atlanta. alter illness !
an
exists in anyone's mind on this ot 1 Mitchell. Itchg
--------- the new fire Iul1 0V S .
--- truck
------- at
KeystonePark. several
weeks. For --
the -
I -- -
Total matter, it is suggested that he ask past 25years
Budget $$73,102. $73,033.23 he had "'' WtNTED-"omniitt. to ln.sviildaily. ||-
County Agent been employed with i
George Huggins. i RED SEAL Will share car expansesSee .
flDe & Forfeiture
I the Georgia State Department of Mrs. Hutching at t'an..a.nrll' .

I {Revenue and at the time of his it..r" It..
EtIIflMted Receipts Last Year Thh Year TRcovtragS not : ELECTRIC & MACHINE
I Maintenance and Repairs County Jail 475.00 750.00 'death was assistant director I of I. FOIl SALE-1'5'' Ford V-8. mper-
Taxes t2.8 Mills) Assessed on U.695,415.07 : SHOP I j !>onal car IS It 4-dnor Clietrolet.
Value I Utilities and Fuel Expenes County Jail 1,275.00 1,000.00I the vehicle unit of the department. tH yoidj jf potrce are r10t i: UU Lincoln. Ed Prevail Caraee:
$13,046.5-1
$
Coroners Itl'h I gI'ISI'.AI'II.E
Inquest
Racing Monies I 200.00 200.00I notWid.uoOwflercautomobiinsuraC I t. W. GRAUDON I
4,659.41 1 .
I Feeding and Care of Besides his daughter here Mi
Prisoners 4,800.00 4,200.00 Pt.UIIrt SAI K: --
Confiscated Automotive Equipment 500.00 750.00 'Joiner is survived by his wife Owner Managert I Ira W. And re u, old I.ike Butler

Ta.us 13 Mills) Assessed on $5,080,389.00 I Law Insanity Administration Inquiries Supplies and Expenses 300.00 200.00 300.00 Mrs. W. 1... Joiner Sr., Atlanta; also pays to dame.tocrcaustdbY I 106 Washington St.-Phone 397 :; grade h."w... road. I mile from ....urt
500.00)
Value 15.2U.16Fines t two sons, W. 1... Joiner Jr.. Grif- t. i Starke. Fla.i i
Purchase of 2-Way Radio Equipment.Sheriff's I ;Vot: SALE- Easy Spin l ryv 'hj -
and !fin. Ga., and Don Joiner .
Forfeitures 22,000.00 20,000.00 Augusta j ine machine: excellent rendition
i 'ot'I'L"-nuddl. aged. dependable.
Office 1,362.00 567.55 i Ga. : tewpfed theft : 15. Phone tt !
and Up
Other : another daughter. .
Revenue Receipts 100.00 300.00 Miss j <.sober want to manji;r small
I Maintenance 2-Way Radio and Parts 750.00 750.00) Elizabeth Joiner Atlanta. I moteL Write lr.b..rt'aIlS I'klt'. :I
"flR RFXT--'abln l-ath.
I l:',mfav. Florida :;tpPARAKEET -< ;3 rooms J
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A memorial service was held at U the wage Ui1.der I hot water and eau r.frig.ratnr.pnehirt .
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Total Estimated ------
Receipts 40306.01 $36,291.16 I I T ,uri't Court. Keystone IHiehwav.
Total Appropriations $38,984.12 3 p. m. July 10 in Druid Hills { 1'J.c.IAIr-WhiI. pr- .
$35,552.55Rt'sl'n.e
4th S'U:
Less 5 Per Cent PoJ y tFP.lFXDJ.Y
2,015.00 ISH.55 I your prestH I emupplv Lists baby Parakeet
for Contingencies 506.59 324.06 Baptist Church, Atlanta where !i all rotor*. Jeach.: .I'lea e bring(4ge
broadf : UARHER HOP.I \
I Mr. this j Mr. T. K Brown. my
95 Per Cent of Estimated ---------- ---------- I _________ __________ I Joiner was a member and deacon ; 'I Fla. Hampton.Zip T/JI bime. OUB Wynn. Prop. Itchg
Receipts $38,290.11 $3t,4i6.61 for
many years. Funeral
I serv-
Total Budget 39490.71 $35.876.61]t I xnS\PIXf : and yard workwanted.
Balance in Cash 1200.00 '1,400.00 ices were held July 11 In the First Conner Bres. 'f'. A. Speer. Apt. 5A..ini.1 I
\O MOHKJOB" MORR1KS!
''Amount Baptist Church, Dublin Ga. with I I (-"-., Inn Jin
------- Payable by Tax Collector to State
--- ---------- i Treasurer for Health UnitLast I II Whateier thr future k.l.V
Total Estimated Receipts a'nd Balances :9,490,11:: $35,876.61 j I burial in North View Cemetery. ?..'!! hr IndrpeadrBl a. ... ofthr luST BLACK and Tan female
Estimated! : I ..re taaa Z.XOO mrm MB* I hound with Marklee Starling. it?.
,
tlM & Forfeiture I zpn.e Year Thin Year j THE RIGHT POINT for the j Insurance Agency ..w .... and peralr profitable : ir.x 3-R. Stark on collar Itp I
; i Tax Levy for Health Unit under See "'...n. .,... JMrlatr Stereo .
i way you write. Come ta and select I retailing aatlomalljaerrptrd '.,.R PFVT-Ponr room enttagefurni
I.Umatt'd Ltpen'e* .. f Last Year Thk YearSdary 154.02 Florida Statutes 1.15 your favorite ESTERBEOOK 129 W. Call St. Phone 285 brand I. Ur... It..1' ..- "hed "n Kingolev Lak. Roa<*. t
I Mills assessed ... ..., auto .....U... aprtiagjrH IwuirI'ngeIey ake. Bo* 4:... 1
of Juvenile Judge $ 300.00 $ 300.00 $5,000.47 $ I Fountain Pen. Only $247 ali I, Salary of Juvenile Counselor 1,000.00 1,000.00 I Tax Levy for Health Unit under Sec. i BRADFORD COUNTY TELE'GRAPH. Stark, Fla. ra.Ii... Tand ether I I
profitable II.... ( PART SIT day or night or ,
Salary of County Prosecuting Attorney 300.00 30000 I 154.02 Florida Statutes 1.26 'I \. Retail KiperirMt !Neceinwrj: I will Mean anartment while wt'
,
Jailor. Jail Mills assessed; ,. We train >... tearhlax ....- work, Mr*. C. A. Speer. Ant. S-A. .
County 1,580.00 2400.00 I 6321.24 ,....f.1 .irebaadlalcj ........ iv.i-iniii inn- !tn T: '*Ai Ii
Impounding Appropriation 1,200.00 1,200.00 I developed ..ri... ..1''' laaa 45rran i-'- r- I II
--- That's Our Business
leadership In ..1' field. I IFOR RFA'T-Thr"" or ffnr I'l\nn
Fees and Costs of Clerk Circuit Court 1,000.00 1,000.00 I Total Estimated Receipts 6321.24 01 S S I !\. .........1'.. .'....l lAra......! i! anarfment eornfortaMv furnished I
Fees and Costs of County Judge 5,000.000 5,000.00 Less 5 Per Cent 316.06 : If It's Glass We Have It Hell auiUt ?.c la eh*..iacdedrable a roAm. and bath electric kitchen t 1
I II "Uti I.. and lurattoa | Fees and Costs of County Sberift 13500.00 11,500.00 I _______ CALL WRITE or VISIT .... will make .... anrteja mlpMnlble "!ra. U M. Clark. P.t!s"ant Rd. .

Bailiffs and Deputies 500.00 500.00 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts $6,005.18 y... Mlnlmnnt lealUa. available latr. ...!.. I _"Fart:'.-*Starke.n> 1*".roil..r .from f Call tfehg St.

Sheriffs Commissions on Fines Collected 1,000.00 150.00 I i I Joe Peters Glass Co. S4M S... write .r ph.ar .*
The above and foregoing is a true and correct tar lafvrmitlaa FOR .ALE-U.a.rre farm. Reasonably -
Youth Service and copy of the Tentative
Counselling Expenses 7:5.00:: j priced and some terms. Small
Conviction Fees of I Budget as adopted July 12th, 1954 in a Special Meeting of the : FOB ANY GLASS NEED WK1TKR 11 TO "I PPI.V COHHOLK.4ALK rnh....4 vtlntm..ntrr-'" r County W Modern Store Fronts DltlSIO* I (111cc. throurh "Farm Sale" in
Design care
Board of County Commissioners
Bradford County. .-.. .
Prosecutingttorney I I: Itrd StreetJaekMaTille 'if the Bradford County Telegranh4tr
1500.00 600.00 I
I Just Mail Us A Pattern for FUrldaPhone > 8/U
Witness Fees 1,000.00 500.00 (OFFICIAL SEAL) CHARLES A. DARBY :3-421:
Jury Payroll II I Table Tops IX>!ST' -IJght brown CoMte* C_..:51.
500.00 500.00
I Clerk to the Board of County LOST-Larere black and tan hound 3hi.f mn. aid Answer. tn
1313 X.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353 nme
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Other Court Costs and Fees 1i.: C>; '
1,000.00 1,000.00 Commissioners, Bradford : I dog Krwdrd Frank Norman r."I. '"- 'nD"tt. -
County. i Starke Fla Up : I mile out Raiford P."...
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