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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 30, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'VOLUME SEVENTY-SIX STARKE! n.oCID..em.n', JULY 30 1954 NUMBER THREE I

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Starke's Legion Nine Loses To Post 9 Two Killed In Auto Accident; --1 1I 1t Condemnations Authorized to Speed Up




IV After Winning District Championship I; Widening of Highways Through StarkeThe



The dock finally struck 12:00 hot water. "battering-ram" of condemnation :

for Starke's Cinderella baseball Glenn Reddish, Russell Crosby; proceedings was autho- road.

team After battling its way to Rivers, and Billy Harrington colt rized this week on several parcels ) Surveys are well under way

the District Championship, the lected Starke's hits off of Ocaia'Post involved along Highway 100 and
Mj& Knight said, on both the Sampson
56 junior legion nine fell before "winning pitcher. Freddie BloschJ on a contested drainage rightofway City loop road and also the road

.JI. .'" r the powerful bats of Jack- ;n Saturday's opener. Johns and for the Route 200 Call and I from Heilbronn

'. t":.<.".O..$..\t, ..." ,. sonville's Post 9 in the Area Robert Eaves were Starke's lead Walnut St. widening project. The I Brownlee Road.Springs westerlyto
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; lflA.. Tournament. ing hitters in the second game. L ondemnations are being pushed'',',Orr farm.

: : ::.- !( <'! Starke won three out of four The Post 9 Gen. gals ripped into .n an effort to speed up the cur-':I The
State
I Road
.4 .. tl games in the District Tournament. Starke defenses in their first rent Bradford County secondary Department
I has called
I for contractor bids
',' .J_ .c. .. The local nine upset Ocala which game here Tuesday to win by a toad building program, which is on
I surfacing about 2 1-2
: ,. ti t }. i was rated the class of the district. lopsided 18-3 score. Starke's otherwise showing good progress, miles of

%;:." .' ..r .. Starke battled its way through chances were marred by 10 costly 4: 3 according to Hollis V. Knight, I State Road S-237, Bradford County -
on the New
/ ;, 1'f.7,\. .; df'. ,the tournament with two wins over errors and by the stranding of 1' I --- --- county attorney.The Hope Road from
Santa Fe River
north, east and
:' Oi'ala and one win over Williston. local runners on the bases. -t action on Route 200 is
Picture above is the wreckage of a 1930 four-door Ford in nliirh being north to State Road 18 (Brookerto
Ocala took the first game of SatEllery Davis. Post 9's pitcher. i 1 taken to clear the way for the
a Jackson\ille man and his son mel their death on Highway 100, about Worthington highway).
., Wi urday might's finals by a score of was wild in the early stages of completion of the Call and Walnut -
.J.J' ? into t J right miles west of Starke. The car "spun' out of control, skiddedjsidewujs The bids will be opened in Tallahassee -
: 5-1. forcing the teams a I the game. but he bore down in the St. project within 30 days.
1 t... second to determine the I i for 140 ft., and turned over throning the two victims from i on August 10.
to
I i game clutches, getting Starke men All concrete work has been completed -

!} & ,I'hampionship. I strike out with the bases loaded 1 the tvrec'kage. The car halted in an upright position. I on the two streets and I Road 100 is being held up, pend-

h.. Wallace Rivers continued his ,I I I ing the condemnation suits which
occcasions.
I on three different when the necessary sewers are I ...
.l -.1 domination over Ocala in the Post 9' I installed on the contested were authorized this week.
In the second game, right-

;;J.J .-,.. .. second game, and Starke emerged I racked up a 10-0 win over Starke.!Father And Son Killed In Accident I of-way, the topping can be appliedin
-!. District Champions with an i and the job finished. Christian Methodist
..J'l @1t 8wn Edwin Johns was the : Both games were halted after ,

J" -. rsu imiuikloser in the first game 'seven innings because of the 10. I Finishing touches completing Presbyterian Churches
# ,-"., -" 1 On 1 100 West Of Starke t some concrete inlets. and sprigging
Highway
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... ..,.- ,- af'", pitching a on!-hitter. Johns run rule. Robert Eaves got two; I the shoulders with grass are Join Evening ServicesThe
walked 10 men to keep himself in hits for Staike in the second game.
I, process now on the road from
I A Jacksonville f.imih met with 1i \ pants. Mis Oliver Fowler and Highway 301 to the Humphreys officers and pastors of
tr Army And State Tax : the First Christian First. Meth-
: .- Cigarette i tragedy on Highway 100 eight Clayton Hughes. Mrs. Fowler wasreported Gold Corp. Highland mine. A state

To Share Profits as suffering from possi-I road department official expects,odist, and First Presbyterian
miles west of Staike Tuesday:
union
Churches for
z Funds Fall Off I Lie internal injuries, while Hugheshad the job to be done in about two are planning
From Blanding Land when their went out of con-
car I a sprained right leg and minor weeks. I evening worship services during

$ fSi I rol and rolled over killing two bruises. I August.The .
A'luv otticials estimate that During MayRevenue I The concrete bridge over Alligator i
: of its occupants, according to first of this series will be
i The car was coming from Lake Creek on Road 100 towards'
nt !otiiiit1they and the State of Trooper C. Musgrove of the Florida -I 'I
Butler where the Cumbus family Keystone Heights is expected toI I held in the First Methodist
Fun! da can reap from the 40,000 from the state's cig- Highway: Patrol. II
had been visiting relatives. Mus-i be completed within about 30 days. I Church with the pastor, Rev. R. D.
Blanding formerly arette tax fell off in most com-I Milton Cumbus, 33, and his
e.s DI Camp
: ; said that Cumbus was driving
: munities in this grove When finished and when some i Sommer presiding. Rev. J. E.
during May
area 'I
wned bv the federal government ,, I seven-year-old son, Milton Jr., at a high rate of speed, and patching is done at this site and
Jr., of First
to A. E. McKinney Sherwood, the
r according pastor
w run"into thrown from the and i i
will several millions of, were car he apparently applied his brakes at five other nlaces where culverts:
director of the state beverage department I I Church will read the
dollars now that the land has I killed instantly. The mother, Mrs. to prevent from overtaking a slow j I have been installed, this job will ] Christian
which collects thltax.
r tell turned over to the Florida Do.thy Pi ce Cumbus, suffered moving car. 'I the complete. Ii |;scripture and lead in the eveningprayer.
Starke received $2,829.43 from I II I
r Armor Board. 'I the tax as compared with $3.026.93:! only minor bruises but two small The Cumbus car spun out of i I Good progress Is reported on the The message. "What Is
Van
Tm bill turning over the land In April and $2.852.88 in March. [daughters were hospitalized. I control. It traveled for about 100, Lawtey-Kingsley Lake road. The; Sin", will be brought by Rev.
I Ua 3. was reported to be badlly -
Nay rushed through Congress and I 1 Brooker continued to gain substantially age I ft. on the highway, and then it" part from Lawtey to the Clay W. S. McAliley.
bruised, and Brenda, 1,
age
signed by President Eisenhower in its share of the tax. (suffered from head injury. i kidded sideways for 140 ft. on I county line is about 60 per cent, Members of the three cooperating -

earlier this month. It remo'ed'orever Brcoker received $347.26 in Mayas i 1 a I the shoulder of the road. It turned j j I completed while the remainder,, churches are urged to support

the possibility that the compared with $301.39 in The car had two other occu- I completely over and became I lof the job is about 15 per centI these services and the general

'and and its profits, might be ''stationary in an upright position. done.
April ar; $175.03 In March. I j j public is invited.

returned to six landowners who Hampton also showed a steady Tobacco Picture I I Cumbus was thrown across the]j Contract for the Rosier Road I I Schedule for the month is as

sold it to the government for I road and about 20 ft. from where running about 7.7 miles from a
in j
gain collecting $9360 May
follows:
Mr Cleo Andrews is seen above conducting a class in reading about $5 an acre 15 years ago. $89.39 in April, and $71.60 in Bright With Good 1 I the car halted. The boy lay in the'I point north of Lawtey on SR-200 1 1, Methodist Church. Rev.

during the county school's summer library program. Below is a bulletin Army officials estimated that March. I I math of the car about 30 ft. be- U. S. 3//)}) west to the Union Aug.
sermon.
board featuring Mme of the projects that the children hate worked 'the area will produce 16,242,000 Keystone: Heights collected Prices Yield hind where it stopped. 'I County line, has been let, and i W.Aug.McAliley 8, Christian Church, Rev.R. .
board feet of pine saw timber, I occurred work should be under in a I
on during the summer. In the bottom picture the children areseen $536.33 in May after taking in '[ The accident on a I way D. Sommer, sermon.
;158.000 board feet of pine-hard- i straight stretch of road and in few days. The Road from Hampton -
working on colored plates and pot holders. $672.99 in April and $527.81 in; Based on early reports, the cur- I 15, Methodist Church, Rev.
wood saw timber and 110,703'cords I 'light traffic. Deputy Sheriff Fate south to the Alachua County Aug.

.. _t'ularoidt.rindt6 Photo by the Td.. raJlh- of pulpwood, valued in excess -i March. \. ffnt tobacco crop is bringing good i Brown assisted Musgrove at the line has been cleared as far as! I|:j. E Sherwood. sermon.

of 1 1-4 million. : Lawtey received $307.01 as compared t prices which together with I site of the accident. legal work is concerned.County Aug.'22, Christian Church' Rev. .. :

Mote money can be raised by to $284.08 in April, but was I higher-than-average yields, prom-!j The bodes: were taken to the Attorney Knight stated ''W. S. McAliley, sermon.
I still below March's total of $314.87.Lake .
Schools End Summer ises to help some farmers out of
County Program, leasing; grazing rights and by Butler dropped to $558.70 the financial hole caused by an !i DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home in I that he expects all the deeds to Aug. 29, Presbyterian Church,

securing royalities on that land : | Starke. I be in shortly on the Griffis Loop Rev. J. E. Sherwood, sermon.
and $575.03in
I from $714.64 in April otherwise disasterous season.
mined for such heavy minerals as'I I

About 500 Children Share ActivitiesBradford I i ilmenite zircon and other heavy' March. For example, W. C. Ward on an

minerals. { Waldo also dropped, collecting I allotment of 2.2 acres grew about '
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$318.80 in May after receiving 4,000 lbs. of tobacco -
: which averaged A Town ?
i The former land owners who Friendly
County schools will end at different schools throughout ;I lost out in their long fight to regain -' 392.70 in April.Bradford a little better than 60 cents

the county. a pound. Oscar Roberts -
their summer program next week, the land were: W. H. (Hall produced
The band will continue I i 3,700 Ibs. on his 2 acre -
program
and then after a week's rest will Edwards. J. R. Wainwright, L J.
begin making plans for fall classes.P. for one additional week after the ,Powell. A. J. Thomas Sr., E. K. County field, while W. C. Clemons Jr..I The sixth in a St'rie01 articles Inhil'h the 'WE PICKED STARKE OUT'4fl

T. Nolin principal of Bradford regular school program ends. I! Perryman and Mrs. Florence B. i made 2,776 lbs. on 1 1-2 acres. I Telegraph will explore some of the good and hadpoints

Elementary School, estimates that Bandmaster Gay A. Rimert has Brown. 1 Prices have averaged between 55 i about Starke! as revealed in our recent community IIfl
been giving individual lessons to Had High Retail and 60 cents a pound for most of
about 500 children have taken questionnaire. In bringing these matters
students ; the tobacco which
throughout the summer. locally
grown
part in some phase of the school's CAl- MEETINGS CANCELLED i jto light, it is hoped that the information printed;
About five bus loads of negro ;was off slightly from the top

summer program. :children will highlight their summer 1 The regular meetings of the Sales Last YearBradford grade price of last year, but up might lead to elimination or correction of the bad,
Mrs. Cleo Andrews has provided and further improvement of the good)
program with an outing at Keystone Airpark C.A.P. will be several cents a pound on other i

several of the younger children Fernandina Beach Saturday. cancelled until September. grades.
with an active library programthis County proved to be i TilE: gTIOWAS: ASKED: ".0 X '%: --
"Altogether the picture on the
summer. The children have a strong market during the past rOMERS QUCKLY FEEL THAT THEY'RE PART '
tobacco harvest is good," County '
engaged in such activities as mak- STAY STILL, STILL year, standing well-up among the I Agent George Huggins said this OF THE TOWN TIIK ANSWERS WERE19

ing flags, pot holders, book markers nation's 3,072 counties in business; VKS: ; 19 M>.
week. "Folks are well pleased
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Father's Day cards summer H.'tmu. The findings are contained i
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pictures picture frames, tea + in Sales Management's new with both yields and prices. The i Starke is showing marked signs of growth recently :
is :
'average production per acre '
coasters paintings. cardboard opyiighted survey of buying which means that more newcomers are choosing
about 400 lbs. over 1.193 ,
dolls musl.n': dolls, cla> modeling, powei with statistics for 1953 up !our town as a place to live. How we welcome these

napkins, embroidery, signs for KM Hi I parts of the country. (re-, 1 newcomers and how well we can make them feel at ,

ball sames. and other useful items. 'onunued heavy spending by
'!better fertilization, closer spacing, i home will go a long way in determining whetheror
The children have also been residents of Bradford County wasa
i and good insect control." not they will stay here permanently as useful:
shown colored pictures with an bright spot in the local business ,

opaque projector, had booklets'for picture! Their purchases in the j Huggins said that the group of citizens.
tobacco in the Whitehead !I As two-thirds of the
reding! and story how m oount! i A''s retail stores reached i growers persons answering the

which Mrs. Andrews reads froma $SS.670.000 in the year. slightly'!'community also have had good I questionnaire pointed out, Starke is noted for being : I

children's book. She has been I'' above the $7,794,000 volume recorded -I yields. I a friendly town. Most of our towns-peoplt, RRetired :

assisted bv Patricia Humphries in 1952. ; take an interest in newcomers and quickly take

and Virginia Darby. Per family these expenditures;,Mrs. Levetta Thornton I them into our midst. But we are not perfect in

The most popular part ot the amounted to $2,627 in the year, an|Shot By Her Husband this respect as the large total of "No" answei

school's program was the swimming increase over the 52,436 per fami-| would seem to indicate
classes. Coach Jim Hobbsis Pictured above are two views of a 60-gallon still that was destroyed ly of the prior year. I After ArgumentFuneral \
Our people are basicly warm, friendly, and Interested -
state this week. The
conducting a junior life saving by beverage agents near Sampson operators The local sales volume ,

course for 1ft entrants this week i! were not (caught and later much of the apparatus was reported to be a gain of 11.4 percent.represented : services were held at 21 I in newcomers. We have avoided that pitfall

The midget baseball team has removed from the it be reclaimed for o'clock Thursday afternoon in he of many small communities in which the citizens -
I I scene. Possibly may a nt'wmuon.hinin which was more than the 5.5 percent -) couples are finding Starke a friendly, low
lost two Dairies to older Ja'ksonI venture in the future Macclenny Church of God for Mrs. are cold, hostile and reserved as if waiting for
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; rise recorded for the nation I cost harm in which to lite. Above Mr. and Mr
viUV teams and is playing another Levetta Thornton. 29. who was I the newcomer to "prove" his good intentions before -
as a whole. The rain in the Stateof ,I Benjamin 0 Perkins are shown in front of their
Jacksonville team this week. The shot to death by her being admitted into the community.Our .
State Florida was 10.7 as a whole.
Agents newly purchased home in Starke.
team is composed of boys bl'twttn' Funeral Rites Today The strength in consumer spend- Early Thornton 32, husband'i people are definitely one of

the ages of 10 and 1%. many of For A. E. RaulersonAlvie ing in the county stemmed from Baker County Sheriff I lour town's greatest assets. If you

them getting their first taste of ; Destroy Sampson better earning power which made man reported that Thornton slash i I don't believe it. ask a newcomei'' 'I'VE ALWAYS WANTED TO LIVE HERE' I

baseball. Elias Raulerson. 46, of for easier budgets and greater ed his throat with a knife in an I Starke is basicly getting two

The summer program: also included j Moonshine Still Lawtey died of a heart attack in diversity of expenditures especially attempted suicide following the I I types of newcomers. Some come

the showing of several films in the direction of luxuries. shooting their home south ofIacci..nn here for business reasons attracted II
State Starke enroute to the
Monday
Beverage Agents, accompanied -
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The sheriff said Starke's
hospital. His funeral will be heldat The data shows that the 3,300 by growth and --
rll"1 '" .1 by Fate Brown deputy Thornton I
I I had been drinking and prosperity. Others come here to I
2 today <{ p.m. grave- local families had a net disposable -
sherff; and C. Musgrove. Florida side in Macedonia Cemetery. The the shooting apparently followed'a I retire. enticed by Starke's climate f

Highway Patrol, broke up a 60- ] income after taxes, of $9.656 family argument which arose its location and its low cost of
Proof of Rev. Otis Rhoden will officiate. ,1.
gallon\ still near Sampson this 000. This was a gain over the pre- : when he started beating some of living. I
t Raulerson was born December I his eight children. I N1P. .
vious year when net earnings to- Many of these people choose .
week.. T
17. 1907. at Glen St. Marys to,, !
CLASSIFIEDPulling An 11-year-old daughter witnessed Starke after months of careful
i Beverage Supervisors O. C.,. Elias and Nettie Thomas Raulerson. ,taled $8.635,000. !
the shooting while anotherrlaughtf'r investigation. Starke wins out
I j I Clews and C. W. Schnorr and In- He is a member of the The increase which was 11.6 I
had gone to neighbors over many similiar communities II
Baptist Church. (I percent was better one than attained ,,1/ II I
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Power i jvestigator Carlton Chastain. were; I to call the sheriff officers said. throughout the state. It is up to
generally. For the countryat I
I !in charge of the raid. No operators Surviving him are hisfe.. Thornton was rushed to the Duval us to show these people that I
large a rain of 6,0 was t
Hattie Sellers Ranlerson percent
: two sons. : their
Medical
the Center in Jacksonville for choice was a good one and I
;i were captured, but appa- I! reported. In the South Atlantic t I 1
George Yampfy of tarl.l" Fares Raulerson of Jacksonville. treatment and was held under a I that Starke is a friendly, pleasant r !
i I ratus was broken up. i I States the improvement was 7.7 tti ;
i and Farley Raulerson who is stationed '
I 'technicrft" charge of murder. community in which to make a .

got :27 prosper in answerto i i No moonshine was confiscated at Las Vegas. Nev.; two, percent. I Sheriff Coleman said. pending an home. .r

Iat| the stilt, but it was reported daughters Mrs. Lvonnie Anderson The per-family income in Brad-I inquest :Mrs. Thornton died whena We can best do this by harnessing ,

Ii classified ad recentlyand j as "ready to run" and would have of Claxton. Ga., and Mrs.;; ford County, an arithmetical al figure shotgun blast hit her right arm I our good will into a definite

i sold the home advertised I begun producing its 60gainI : Betty Miller of Jacksonville; two!;: obtained by dividing total income and passed into her body. program designed to make a lasting One of the families that hate recently' moved ta Starke to seek

)i brothers Elver Raulerson of Jacksonville by total number of families Mrs. Thornton was born in impression on the maximum business opportunities is the Lane Simmons' family. Simmons is the

Coot of advertisement (!batch within a day or so after the I and E. J. RauTerson of was $2.926 last year. In 1952 it Worthington Sprinsrs. Besides her:I number of new residents. new manager of the El Rancho restaurant His family consists of

J Lawtey; and four sisters. Mrs. I was $2.693 per family. I husband six daughters and two Many towns have accomplishedthis (1to
raid.Reports r) David Lane Jr. Mrs.! Simmons, Unda Simmons
'1.70. Cost {*rprospect from that area say that[ Altie Smith of Baldwin Mrs.II j'j The nation's continuing development sons, she is survived by her mother with so-called "Welcome and Barry.

much of the still apparatus was Ruby Crews of Glen St. Marys.! proves the ability of the peo- Mrs. Lena Hodge Oliver Wagons" that hunt out newcomersand The "Welcome Wagon" with its '"Welcome Wagon" is a few hoursof

jukt 6 cent each removed from the site after the i Mrs Janie Smith of Jarkson\ille'i|I pIe to keep their standard of living Starke: her grandmother, Mrs. present them with gifts, gift, small gifts and good will has volunteer work and some donations

This U real proof of left. The equipmentwas I and Miss Daisey Raulerson ofI going upward according to(Jane Hodge. Brooker: a sister certificates, and information about 'proved to many communities thatit by far-sighted business.
raiding party
I Lawte '. the survey. The healthy cycle oi Mrs. B. A. Spence and two broth-\their town. These "Welcome can effectively demonstrate atown' nren. Starke's own citizens voted

Classified Pulling Power. probably removed with the Pall Bearers will be six nephews increasing wants and the abilityto ers. Sam and Owen Markley Grif- j!Wagons" not only give the new "wares," both aa a friendly, 41 to 27 that it is "easy to get

I fda of patching it uj and setting:; f f the deceased Funeral arrangements -I expand productivity to satisfy" fis, all of Starke. [resident a good impression of the community and aa a well-stocked"volunteers for a worthwhile projE'Cl" --

I It into operation at another loca- are by DeWitt C.Jones .':,them. is the answer to better liv1mg Burial was in Elzey's ChapelCemetery I town, but it introduces him to business center. Here's a chance to prove

]lion. ( of Starke. in Union Coust7- local businesses as well All that is needed to operate a




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and do quite a bit of it, some for sun, well I'll stay in the shade all By Marian' L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I your answer or pleading to the

BRADFORD COUNTY TCLEGRAPH I sale, some just to be doing the I can. They were in the shade, 7/23 4-t SilS: complaint Attorney on A. J. the Thomas PUiatitTi Starke.

I work. which made it better for them. NOTICE 10 APPEAR Florida
/ !. Circuit Comrt. B.adUrd C ..t7iFUrldai
MASTHEAD and file the of
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER SAME Mrs. Lealer Harris, MaX\ille,1 I: Mr. and Roy Waters of :Max- !. Cfc..f r7- the Clerk of original the Circuit in the Court office on

Hershell are visiting In RE: Adoption of Marvin Wayne: IT before the
Florida under .OY and son ville announce the birth of a
and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke Green, a minor, by Thomas L. Sapp
Published Friday
every Manerville, L. I. : U day of August, 1S51.
another son in daughter last Tuesday, Gwendlyn
and Cora L. Sapp, his wife
the Aet of March S, 1879.I otherwise the allegations of I&I li
N. Y. They left Saturday by plane. Lucille. Case No. 16-595'Complaint will .e taken a* contuse
Dear Editor: This their first plane trip. Mrs. N.tlre T. Appear ?d by you
is Well, we haven't been
EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION huntingbut To Mania L. Green whose
MEMBER NATIONAL : residence -
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION This notice mall be publishedonce
MEMBER In going over our books at the Harris wired back Saturday evening one of our puppies has, and and address is: P. O. Box each week for four consecutive

I Starke market at the end of the I to inform the family that found a steel trap Sunday eve 62S. Jackson. Michigan weeks in the Bedford County Telegraph

I Public Office Is A Public Trust fiscal year, July 1, 1954, we are I she had arrived safely and enjoyedthe ning. We were sitting on the suit You for are hereby notified that a Dated. this 9 day of July. It H..

happy to report that the market trip very much and was having the Adoptionhas ,
porch watching two puppies I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
conditions "The cherished form of government that has been a success this season. a nice time. j I II I play and hadn't missed one when bUD filed annul you ta the i Marian Crosby Circuit Court.
shocking were I L. Clerk.
Not and Deputy
long ago. i atoov named Court and cause By
exposed in the county government affairs of we have implies that each of us share in it. Although the farmers did not receive After church and Sunday Schoolat I',I heard something barking and ,. .. .. rta. r.aaw.tat..e

satisfactory prices on some Sunday the Strick- bowling. Jim still has in I
Maxville I traps _
of its law enforce-
with the result that sev- We pay for the protection I II .
Escambia
County
items. volume
was good due to went
lands, (Jim and Bessie the lower side of the field for the
eral county officials and workers were plac- ment agencies for our schools, and other favorable weather conditions. home with the T. M. Knights and i I I I i coons. I told Jim something was !,

ed under indictment. services of government through taxes. These I Other factors in making the spent the day enjoying a nice i in a trap, but he couldn't hear Rom where I sit _fy Joe Marsh

taxes are fairly and equitably levied, accord- market and I I it and didn't start to about it. I
Commenting on this exposure in an edi- a success this season were visit with them. Jeanette see r J

torial entitled, "A Public Trust", the Press- ing to the opinions of our legislators. We the full cooperation of the farmers talked crochet. Pansy and 1 talked I soon had on another pair of

Gazette (Milton) placed the issue squarely like to feel that we get the proper share of in bringing their produce to church work; can't say what ,I slippers and started to go there I II

both officials and the those services! and when we see that some- the market, and the support of the Jim and Clarence talked about. but he told me to stay at the
where it belongs, on "Browser's" License
editorial read one else is taking more than his proportionate buyers.I They wouldn't stay where we were, I house, someone might come for

public. The : part we are indignant. would like to express I but sat under the big oak tree in us to go to church. He said he
my
"That trouble in Escambia County demon- "The tip-off of the Escambia County sincere appreciation to the Ad- the yard and talked more than we I would go to see if anything was

strates how a little laxness in public affairscan scandals came from a disgusted citizen. We visory Committee and other public ladies could. Believe it or not! I in the trap. He went.on and found I I' "'Spea-1ohUOll,who thinks it'sa ton, and someone's right there to

lead to a mess of trouble. It is our opin- commend the actions of that citizen to thosein officials who have worked The Parrys' our McNess dealers, the puppie caught. He broughthim I real treat to spend an hour or so take care of you." .

ion that many of the acts for which the this county. So far as we know, there is faithfully with me this season. Ii I were here last week and had the I to the house, and the puppy's ;I browsing in a bookshop found his From where I sit, tTtrybody :
indicted would I foot was really swollen, not broken -i idea eI heaven up in Centervtlle like to Make his
county officials and workers were in Santa Rosa also like to express my appreciation -, nerve to ask me if I had sent one own choke. It
of like going on
started out innocently, with no criminal intent nothing scope to L. li. Lewis, director of our skunks to Penney Farms! but pinched pretty badly. I last week. doesn't matter whether it's books
should be
vigilant
However ,
in mind. The they wound up bas- County. we and R. B. A. .arez, assistant I For shame! Why should I send one insisted in putting something on "Just inside the door Spec or preferences in clothing or
way and should be considerate enough of the the foot, Jim said no, but I gota
we director of State skunks ? and I "there's of bright makes of And it's
the information given in .aikets, for their): of our away Spot says, a tray cart. no sir-
ing our opinion on perils involved never to ask for these special fine work in geeing new buyerson I wouldn't have any fun if we bottle of pain oil and soaked blue buttons. If you want to look prise that folks have personal

the news reports was reprehensible. favors." the and hunt skunk the foot and ankle. The puppie around without in So
market and getting new .couldn't go a having someone preferences beverages too.
"Public officials should bear firmly in We know of no specific cases here in Brad- construction work done.It once in a while. Other folks have cried for awhile but the foot isn't I suggest you buy the latest best- if your neighbor orders a glue

mind that they do not own the equipmentnor ford County where county equipment has is my opinion that this market asked me if I sent them a skunk! I swollen this morning so I pat myself I selling novel, or maybe a history of beer hile you're having coffee

the offices entrusted to their use and been used to do favors' But we can well will be an even greater serviceto No! Can't afford to do that or I I on the back for being a pretty of Africa, you pin a button on remember he's entitled to his
doctor! All ? The
care. Citizens should also keep this in mind imagine that there are many people, who the community next season. would run out of news sometimes! good does! agree pup- your coat lapel. choice too.

and refrain from soliciting special favors.It having paid about $20 in taxes, are not at M. R. Judd, Manager. So you see how it is! pie "You can poke around all you

doesn't sound very culpable when one all averse to having $100 worth of work -:* :Miss Horn, our Communitynurse NOTICE TO \PPE.\1t li i.e. Then when you've found the c90eIJtGtI
Bradford County
bulldozer to It is Dear Gene: was at the Ebenezer church Ira Circuit Court book you want, take off the but-
hears of using the county's done by the county without charge. up Flarirtnt In Caaaerry.
In answer to giving shots again last week. We Roberta <*.ba"f"ra1'h"l1: PUmtiffs. .
move a little private dirt or having a truck to the commissioners, as we see it. to resist an article that was Bufoid G. Mauhett Defendant
in the understand there were about 100
dump a load or two of clay to accommodatea these claims for "favors" Telegraph recently, I want fae "0. 10-604 I toping( t. /I" (. i .>! itoift Bretiers Foundotto*
to their shots. It is
goodto
say that is is I present or Notice To Appear. ,
is unlawful. It is a is unlawful. It is distressing the JUtchett' whose
constituent. But it As stated above. it a To Buford (:
condition know that parents are taking .
of what is .
i
termed the residence and address' ice: t" s SlUndolph : ; -
dangerous practiceSERVICE dangerous practice. old part of Crosby Cemetery. it this precaution that will help the I (' V A I II. V II Di,., :: >:= =.- : ::::: ::::_ ---..WTl. -- ._-. -- -
;. Fleet' ro-stmaster. New York\ I
has needed the I. children to attend school regularly 'I'
attention of the New York
I Bishop M. Myrick Gets Starke people for years, and it because they will be more immune -I You are hereby notified that a : OPERATED BY ALTON DOBBS
1
I 'Wings'I I .'certainly does need the attention I to disease. suit Ii.r'e for !

MEN of the i I has been filed against in the
i community now. We went over to Lee Moore'sone you
I above named Court and cause and:
We have always gladly kept our day last week to see Minnie you are required to serve a copy of.

1 family plot, but many times have on business, and it looked as if your answer on the or' pleading PlaintlffII"r"p to the complaint Cook'sGrocery
*
had! to cut the high weeds to get 'I'Minnie and Lillian Padgett had Gerald: ,R JacksoniiFhnul.Halt .!'II.' smith" : .

6 1i> the lot. The walkways of the all of the business they could I'uilding i
and file the original in the office of
retire cemetery should be !i take care of right then. They were the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
keptdtaned
Pvt Martin L. McCauley, son| or before the 2:: daof August
out then painting the fence all around the
if those who
1954; ; otherwise the allegations of
of Mrs R. H. McCauley, Route z
i] have loved ones care so little I yard and cleaning up eveI1.thingII said Complaint will be taken as confessed

1. Box 130, Starke, has completedbasIc for then dead, the Cemetery will at general. They really made the by you
A II This notice steal! be publlsn.t'once > I -
military training with "F" A least! be in much better condition. place look better We need to do each week fir four consecutive
I weeks' in the Bradford County Tele
Company. 501st Aiiborne Infantry !(, it someone: will start a fund of,some work of this kind too who I graph .
'' $1\ ea'h per month I feel doesn't9 But with the temperature 1 fated tln 1 IT dar.f lab-I '| 1 I"" ,4.OF'F'ICIAL .
Fort Jackson, S. C. sure
R-giment. I ( SE.-\Li) ('haie..l.!' Darbj
that those of running around 116 and 120 in the
) us who keep ourIIWII Clerk of the: t_'."< lI.t c''wt t
P\ t. McCauley was a member of a'; l Jax Hinay We Deliver Open Thurs. AfternoonsCOFFEEer
ln'sull
: : be glad to help with
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sent to a new duty station. '
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Cadet Jesse J.- Moore, son of'' t v ,/M,,1f r.!-I v y;', : WaynesviJIe Nr C I I.YY UHF P 3 6

}.II'. and :Mrs. Jesse J. Moore Sr. .,'v,, ,; ., &v ?,II ,:I: CHANNEL

Lawtey a student at Florida A. 4 ,'N;;& <: Y.YYTTYTTTTTTTTY I
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the half- WE GUARANTEE OUR
reached
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mark at the Fort Benning ,, LONG RECEPTION BEST BECAUSE 1
way :
1954 General Military Science Reserve XaLt.. (jg) Uishop :M. :Mjruk, son of Mr,. Susie E. :MjriiU of BRANCH !L Lby FINER MATERIALS

Starke ha. just beta awarded hi. "Wings of tiuM"" of a natal a\iator.
Corp
Officers Training
Summer Camp. ROTC Cadet Pictured \\ith him is his wife, the former :Miss :Martha A. Sweat of :\11'0;. J. L. Strickland !i :MORE :MATERIALS

Moore has had 3 weeks training: l User Park tla.I'rkk: attended the limersity of Ilorida and re- and Jimrm Lang i,, IMPROVED SUPERIOR TECHNIQUESCALL

-;- !''c-ei\ed a B.A. degree before entering: the Navy IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWe I II ( 239 To Receive TWICE As :Many T V Stations' $4.00 Value
ROTC Cadet Charles E. Hutche- TRIAL"
attended the revival at Tonight. FREE BROOMS 89CI
Hutcheson, Rt. I
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son son of i I 1 '
:!, Box 167, Starke a student at1 I Folks Who Called Cigarettes Maxville all last week and hopeto .\STt INSTALLATION i

l'nn'ersity of Florida, has reached' attend all of this week as the $39.50 I DP I IE LILY
the half-way mark at the Fort I :I Chas. C.
Benmng 1934 General Mihtarv' 'Coffin Nails' Might Be RightFolks I large meeting crowds continues. We really had ShepherdTV { $4.05

: every night except

S< fence Corps Reserve Summer Officers Camp. Training Cadet- used to refer to cigarettes, I men of this age group, but society Friday and Saturday nights and 1( RADIO SEAT COVERS UPHOLSTERY| : FLOUR 10LbBag B

Hutcheson: has had 3 weeks training more or less jokingly, as "coffin j officials said they feel the findings, then had more than we expected. Starke, Florida
nails". In of late disclosures I I
view ,
indicate that cigarettes involve Folks attended from
may Jacksonville
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I have been ;"''' : ;; "" -:j..t, l
they may "righter" ;f: ;: ; :;: "
Green Cove ''
: risks also for younger men:' Springs. Baldwin TIDE 27'12CTALL
than they thought.
<-pi I IAl Lemuel Williams, son of i and women who smoke. '' Highland and other placesWednesday ,
I and Mrs. L. S. Williams : In a recent report the American we had seven churches!!

St "ke recently spent a sevendayrest I I Cancer Society says smoking a |I The evidence indicates a definitetauseandeffect )! lepresented. Thursday night CAl'Salmon\

and recuperation leave in ,,pack of cigarettes per day cuts the between ciga- ( were 10. tht're'l
!>life and doubles death rates ) tettes and heart attacks and cancers -i Lwund?
Williams is span Jon
H-kdta. Japan. Cpl. We have had special singing,
!| from and heart attacks 0 the report says. i
cancer
n.'" mall)" stationed in Korea, asa I[especially by three young ladies ca
Co. F of in men between 50 and 70 yearsof There have been numerous re- 33'LARD
unit administrator in \ | from the Avon Park Church of
!
tin7th infantry Division's 31st age. ports previously linking ciga- 'I God in Jacksonville. They are the
icttes with an alarming rise in ;
Ri-giment Compared with non-smokers I GidJeon sisters, Judy. Barbara
I
lung cancer So far, the smokingof
those heavy cigarette consumers' RIDE ON
":-
: and Patricia. It is good to seethe .
Robert L. Stefanelh. interiort nin greater risk not only of lung I pipes or cigars shows little or' young folks take such an interest -

..mmumcations electrician thirdci cancer but other types of cancer no effect on death rates except 'i in the Lord's work and try SMARTER SAFER LbPkg
Mrs well, the I perhaps for cancer in general. But i' L 13Coca
is-. USN son of Mr. and as report says. 'to help out as these girls do in
this point needs further study,. it .
Hi nr\ Stefanelli and husband oft !' The death rate in the age group I i the worship service. We wish more

tunnel \Itss Betty J :Norman; t Horn all causes among cigarette I was said. young folks as well as older,

ai.' a' Staike is scheduled to le- smokers is 75 per cent higher!II I For men who smoked a pack a' ones, would take more interest and : GO 0 01iEAR$ 6 Bottle Carton

-.... than among non-smokers, the day or more deaths from heart: work more for our Lord. and

society said. I attack and cancer rose to double Master. Vondee Durrence is called ,

In making its report the Cancer i for the pastor of the Maxville
I that of non-smokers in some of the Cola
1fWltlHJ0t Society interviewed 187.766 healthy church for the next \"ar. 21c3Tall
brackets between 50 ond 70
men. aged from 50 to 70 years. I,age We are glad to state that Mrs
The report terms the figures \\Dfl W I
'In on
nine slates, and checked death I i I' Wellhausen was able to go to her

L\\ I IBy certificates of 4,854 who have ,I cancer still preliminary, but says daughter's for a few days last

r since died. Strictly speaking, the they indicate deaths from lung'week, she has been living with\ V :\ )

conclusions reached apply only to I II her daughter and family. Mrs.
.cancer are at least three times I
I I I John North, and she went to staya ( MILK Cans
Dan Weeks
: turn to Norfolk Va.. after completing -:;; more common among cigarette few days with the Oscar Harris| TIRES 39C

Present-day tele\ision sets a 'round the world cruise smokers than non-smokers and.family. We are still hoping and !

are more' complicated than a and a tour of duty off Korea the rate may be nine times as praying that she may be able to :

teen-ager's logic When aboard the light aircraft carrier high Lung cancer deaths at '
you I are be in church services with us' '

stop to consider that the a\er- Saipan. !!least five times more common,again. I IRena NOW. I Iit.c/ 0
set has more than a score *:" I '
smokers
age among pack-a-day or more Griffis, Lex Griffis' wid- : bananas lOtLEMONS

electron lubes, more than a Army Pvt. Vernon Reddish, son compared with nonsmokers.and ow is now at Maxville again and, priced no Roe

thousand components, and several of Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red I may run 16 times as high, the is staying with Dora Byrd. Wei I z

thou anit ronnettionsuhiih dish. Starke. participated in a recent report indicated. i(understand she was very sick '1, higher i than ='
all \\ork to translatedistant I '
celebration Kan.,
in Ogden i So far as deaths from all causes but Dora and others have helped'her ,
and action into i i black
scenes
the centennial
marking anniversaryof ,are concerned the death rate for along until she can sit up many Doz
electronic Mates which are reassembled -
in jour tiling room, Fort Ogden.Riley nearest where Pvt.community Reddish to is I cigarette smokers was 65 percent some now., We are glad she is improving sidewalls 29C
higher than among non- even if it is slowly.
you tan readily see where trouble :stationed
ran detrlop on occasion. *. I I smokers aged 50-54: 60 per cent Willie Harris of Maxville has.

;;higher at ages 55-59: 102 per cent been on the sick list also, but I Y

\\t' hate stumbled acn ss instance Pfc. Claude A. Prescott. Brook- ,higher at ages 60-61; and 30 per was able to be at church Friday\ ONIONS 2Lbs 15c

where "trouble" has er was among the 23 students cent higher at 65-69. night. We are glad to see him out I

to l I"e of the faie-red- who completed the four-week I
proven and
again hope he still '
,I For men who smoked a pack-a- improves :
(Ifningarirt/ ) as far a. she Quartermaster meat cutting course in health. $1
day the death rate from all
cause TO'
oil-owner is tomemed. lluis, recently at For Benning, Ga. Mrs. Gertie Faircloth \ Heads
i jes was 102 per cent higher than returned X 16
,HIT suggestion that before course: includes practical instruc home from Jacksonville 6.00 LETTUCE. 2 25C
I among non-smokers at ages 50- Saturday r 4
calling) the sen lee- man you ,tion in meat handling and refrigeration S6 afternoon. Says she enjoyed the I .
15-1: per cent higher at ages
make few funks.. |
a simple t f"lou
weeks ,
X55-59. 108 per cent higher at 60- vacation with her two!
hwk to set- that the set ist'Uigged :-
.64 and 21 cent daughters.Mr. \Cn MARATHON Lb
: per higher at Iowa
; in; that the house A-B Charles L. Jenkins, son oMr. and Mrs. Bill al\ OLEO
I 65-69. Sapp of Starke dea
fuse I is okay; that the front- and Mrs Charles A. Jenkins, I!'ages called on the Faircloths Sunda Big\ tea 19C
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and controls in [ Nicotine in cigarettes might
: are proper is stationed at Lackland Air FOrcE. ;, afternoon. Mrs Grace and
Lang
.lit just meiit: that jour local Base. San: Antonio. Texas. His ad-. I!jbe one factor resulting in harm. daughter Nellie, spent the week- ,.vas? S.MOhLD

station is IIrlllallt..I..a..tin, ): dress is: AF 14-523-456. FLT 62iSd the report says. It also cites other :'end -*; -.. -
in Tampa with relatives.
on the hannel to which jour i 3724 |bits of evidence of harm from I I daughter Joan who is Grace's MyI This low price makes it easy '.y-;; old, tire! Lb

set is tuned.nd as a parting; i smoking including indications BACON
-:- for to enjoy your vacation 49C
: daughter-m-law. sent me some you may make the
hot.,
mightt" hwuhly.ugge.tthat W. E. Faxon, H. N.. USX Hos-. that smoking narrows blood vessels flowers. She knows that flowers riding on Goodyear Whites.I I
you cheek to see if theset and increases the pulse and down paymentStop
I Christi. Tex
pital "Staff" Corpus and crochet work are hobbies ,
is turned on. This happens, blood It my in NOW-take advantageof
'as, has been at U. S. Naval Hos.1 pressure. was pointed '
I so she sends me flowers, crochet'work Lb
Vknow more often than you out that heart the safety comfort and
disease and I extra
] San Calif., in medical I cancer j 25 WEEK
imagine. pita Diego. and patterns. Another I I $ a BOLOGNA 21C
.!deaths have increased the last
SideJ
corps He has been attending;, I daughter, Mildred, also sends work' beauty of Marathon White- for i
20 to :30 while the over-all a pair
r
.\nd. another shot years '
;
as parting
: school.I and patterns. We all love the work walls by Goodyear .
call 133 death rate for the entire population -
we suggest
nay you I -:- t

if your set still do"n'tork 1j i Pfc. Oliver H. Jr.. declined. I Lb
I Aspinwall HOW TO HUM SKIN //77/ /'" \
I ITCH. 't"Y ;
;t7'0 ,. ; J: ;H7'ffMd ; HAMBURGER j
Her necking! the abuIIt'Ol'. i son of Mrs Margaret W. Davisland IN 15 MINUTES / /: ::', / ;;,;:_,;" '. '_ :tJW.wim:{.. ,:; >, ,,,,,o'l" 31C
\\KEKS RADIO & TV Sen ice -
i T. S.
of Williams
grandson V Mt pW4. yetor 40. \ e -
is known throughout NTXKKK: kpttaflJ
rfCHJIE-NOT
far "era.
,iof Starke. was I'ff\"\tI promotedto I "God the e GOODMAN'SService
grant us intelligenceto
lor gibing) MAXIMt'M TmnI'TIOS \' .UMtlKtic to MM tick la HbatMi bMktntoljtic. ( IIll
corporal. He is stationed ui .respect our Soil and the will)) utiMptU tctlac that ;
: at the MINIMUM elaath! off eater skis te KILL GERMS
Korea. His address is R. A.
: to Station STEAK
riUl'E. Remember alsorure conserve it in all ways so that AND FUNGUS ON CONTACT. Fine for BSc
24640313 23rd Infantry U. P. O 'when loot itch other
riaaworss
... .\LL SMALL our period of stewardship is ecs.ma car
.\ITLI\NCES.HOUSEHOLD ,2nd Infantry DiA.. P O 24SP" done we may pass on the Soil face rub**. Te
<'-c' ;:!mi-'e' :.. s.,".. Fiancisco; with its fertility and fruitfulness :MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE Stark'-: In ..,

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A Millionaire' Plays 'I Plays Next Week t. 4

At Florida Theatre .At Park Theatre : :
i; Don't Let Hot Weather Get You Down
After the spectacular grandeur j I I "The War of the Worlds," play- : I I

"The Robe," and Wednesday
01 the Cinemascopeameras ,,ing Monday Tuesday :
/ turned to three equally I I at the Park Theatre features -
spectacular movieland beauties, i I an invasion from Mars which =
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I the tremendous power of the atom I = 4
Marilyn Monroe, Betty Grable'l(I bomb is helpless to repel. I II I 44
and Lauren Bacall,
who
I The terrifying tale begins when I t t'I 4
featured on the screen of the Flori-+,i'I a strange object, believed at first, 4
da Theatre Sunday, Monday, and] It -
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t1 COMFORTABLE SURROUNDINGS
Tuesday in "How to Marry a'iI i' = 4
I are called to the scene to study
Millionaire." i 4
I II the meteor soon discover that it is
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Miss Monroe plays a blonde who I'a; weird bat-like space ship which t 4
is blind as a bat without her I is destroying everything in its t 4
glasses. Her love life is split between path. t
David Wayne, the owner of Scientists and military men
the apartment that the girls live match their best weapons againstthe 3
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in, and Alex D'Arcy, who never invaders without success, but .
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mentions a figure under a million.:.,just when it looked like the world i 4
Betty Grable has to decide between -I was doomed a strange quirk of!I .I 4 4
a wealthy tycoon and a fate destroyed the invaders. j
forest ranger, while Lauren Bacall The picture stars Gene Barry I In Consideration of the Comfort of Our Patrons
sets out to prove her philosophythat and Ann Robinson, and is produced I I i 4 4
it is just as easy to fall in by George Pal who previously I I j C f
love with a rich man as a poor made "Destination Moon" and I. 4
man, and it's a lot more gratify- "When Worlds Collide." i 4

ing.The three girls pool their very I north.Miss Nancy Conner spent a few II I .. We Are Proud to Announce 4 4

valuable resources to spin the days with her cousin, Linda Nor- : 5
funniest plot against the opposite


William sex ever D'Arcy Powell devised., their Rory Beside victims Calhoun Wayneand are,I I:l her man.Mr.mother.. a and business Mrs.Mrs.Ancel and Johnson pleasure Norman, combined and trip- That Our Places of Business Are Now 4 4 4

Cameron Mitchell, and Fred Clark.j I 4
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I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp of %
By Mrs. Ancel Norman '''Starke visited in this community ; .* 3
Sunday. K CONDITIONEDIBY
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Intermediate class of the I :Sealed: bids will be received h.the l > !;
city Council of the '
Heilbronn Church enjoyed a early City of' 3
Starke at the City Hall in Starke. *
Thursday night at the home of Florida until 5:00: o'clock P.M. on I
their leader, Mrs. Orine Cowart.Mr. I Tuesday. the 3rd day of August. I IA. >
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1954 l! at which time and placejail
and Mrs. Jimmy Lee and i bids received will be publicly'oprnrd '
baby of Tampa visited relatives I lowing: and read aloud on the fol I I*> GENERAL ELECTRIC
here this weekend. *
One Xew 1954 Tudor Sedan, Color l I 4
Mrs. Frcada roman and Clack Six or Eight Cylinder witha I>
daughter Linda, visited Mr. and Minimum of 160 IIP Motor and I
with a Minimum lid Inch Wheel I* Three Friends Barber Shop
Mrs. Raleigh Conner Thursday.Mr. IJase Equipped with H..a1Ility I 3
G. J. McGriff
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Martha, have returned -
daughter onii.,2;; Tudor Sedan, Eight'cylwdrr. ''; I
to their home-in Lake City, I Mainline Ford ti> i netraded I '
Tenn., after a visit with relatives un purchase "f new car. !
The vaiil: city rrarrtra the right
here.Mr I to .!' "I't ",r reject. any or all lud-.
and Mrs. Eldon Sapp have ,''t> .I( Si.tikf, Jo lIft.da
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I NAME. II E Friend's" Barber Shop is just the ticket for these hot sum- On these hot. sultry days you need go no further than 4 4
I mer days. Ready to give you fast, friendly service are Barbers McGriffs General Electric Appliances for proof of the mira-
Dennis Smith, Oscar Griffis.; R. J. Andrews Bill 44
L.J I and cle of air-conditioning. Harry Benton, serviceman; LaMar -
E Mundy owner. Boisy Mazon, shine boy, will dress up :your Shaw,parts department; and Mr. and Mrs.I McGriff are ready 4
shoes while you wait. to serve you with the latest in General Electric appliances.

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LAST muffs ''" p' "Coolest we've been since 1891." says Rill Graham owner Studio and Gift Shop. Complete air-conditioning makes shopping
of Alvarez Men Clothing Store. You can share this com a pleasure and Mr. and Mrs.( J. R. !Bullington can fill i
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rs rsflS rSrS tS rrsSSSS nfl tsSSflSfl Florida, Hazel Hocking 'i refer to the bearing of the cent.r-
flssflflr Home Demonstration ::, Edwin C. Touzalin also known line of State Road Xumber :20U!( as
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:" I -. Kdwm C. Tauzalin and Gladys; established and determined b> 'he:
.... Council Met TuesdayAt : ,. IIn. his wife, whose !last I Florida State Road Departnuiu
'>'''! I address was Jacksonville I You and each of you are her ' '. I Heilbronn School '' !"! ida. I-twren, e L. Howard. also II!notified that a Bill c>f Conih.has : ". t
.nn a,. I.. \.. Howard and Ooldie !: been filed in the Circuit < 'i. t
: Howard, his wife, Raymond ,of Bradford County. Florida n
I The Home Demonstration Coun- II\ whose address is. :i2s!: I'arson ,.Chancery, by Jones-Langfoul 1. ".
ty Council held its quarterly meet- 1 r..t. Detroit !t. Michigan Marie' PII.t0:0.. 56. The American l.. *. ', .
I II II I \ll\-.. hose" last known address was I>[,Department of FlorIda. as, lila i n, t
I I ing Tuesday at the Heilbronn 'Jtl Tvrne.s Dearborn Michigan if i j;and against you and each of : ,. ,.
Lucille School with the club in that community ] \ >. and the unknown "spus of '.defendants,; that the nature ,.: -.< ,.\
Gladys Mooty hostess. The following births I of them if alive and it any of 'I suit is to quiet and confirm ; e
acting as i l he dead to the unknown ,I title of plaintiff. .
I IdU announced by the Starke : | Jones-I-antu. d-!
Phone 35 After the meeting the 17 members heirs devisees, grantees I i;'White Post Xo. 56, The Ameruai"
I nity Hospital: I .' 1I assignee, creditors and Legion. Department of Florid.! :"
"""pssrrrrSSrSrSts1fl ------------------\ I present visited two homes' Mr. and Mrs. David claimants. by. through under J,,the above described lands aa r. .'
flaIl on a tour. At the Ancil Norman against each and every of the :simple title, and you are requit-d
''Mrs. Chitty Starke, a daughter, ; t' named persons" who are de ''to appear and serve a copy 01 > on
Miss Joan Silcox James ;:place they saw how a fireplace born July 22. ; and all other persons having 'answer and pleadings on Plaint'tt: >
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Mrs. Barksdale Give : i;from the old home had been converted claiming any right. title lien or ,attorney, A. J. Thomas. Jr., uheaddress'is
Has Been Inspiration [ into an outdoor grill. It';' Mr. and Mrs. James J. I in or to the following land; Starke, Florida anil .
I .' in Bradford County, Florida i file the original of your answti <"r
For Several PartiesMiss Parties For SonsMrs. Weds I I works successfully and affords Starke a daughter, Helen : 'pleading in the office of the uiidr-

p 1I: ,much enjoyment for social occasions -' born July 23. A portion of the South Half (SH signed Clerk of Circuit Court .'n
Southeast Quarter SEi4) of August 30. 1954.; otherwise the .ill.
James entertainedat I -
Silcox whose marriage Chitty and family outdoor meals. Mr. and :Mrs. Martin
Joan i i Quarter (SWl,,) of Sec- ''gations of said complaint will! betaken
to Harold Epps will be an a joint birthday party Wednes- The other home visited was the McDaniel of Starke a son : .. :!I. Township 6 South. Range as confessed by you.
day afternoon, July 21, for her East in the City of stance. Brad- I IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
event of Saturday afternoon, Au- Darrell Stt Moore sisters'. Misses Rosie and tin Larry. born July 24. ("ountFlorida.. containing this Order of Publication and \, -
Mike who will be 7
7 has been the inspiration for sons years Edith to seethe pine needle side- Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. and seventy-six hundredth ,i tioe be forthwith published gust I old on Aug. 20. and Wayne, who I U.;&) acres and being more parti- ,,each week for four conseuimeweeks
parties.On walk which they had made. The of Starke. a son, Larry '
several delightful was 6 old on July 21. ) described a* follows: in Bradford County T. ie-
8. Miss years I : blanket of brown needles outliningthe born July 24. For Point of Beginning commence ''graph, a duly qualified nf'\HI'.II'r|
Thursday night, July The held at the k I
party was the Southwest corner of said So. published in said County.
Silcox was honored with a miscel- Chitty home on South Myrtle Burkhart curving sidewalk makes a' :Mr.: and Mrs. Carl T. (SH and run thei.ce Xorth 0 I WITNESS my hand and <.it" d
: nice contrast with the lawn ''' ad 23 minutes West I seal .It StarKe ,
green II i ii along Bradford r.uiM' .
R. !of 441 Northwest 28th
shower given by Mrs. street where the 24 guests enjoyed .. iFturida.
laneous | line of said South Half tS'.) a tins July 30th. 1954.
1_ Thomas. games in the yard and prizes were i grass. I I Gainesville announce the .' of MT hundred sixty-four (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles, _A, P. il.v( -
For the other part of the I seventy-five hundredths (664.5) .- ':, t'li'rk: ..t \rlI.t' f i.'i .,f Hi.id-
Till- pro- Linda
awarded to and Buddy a daughter
Cheryl
Games were played and prizes feet to an iron stake on thE'"rthwt'"t (.., d *, Unt> Ki'! iiUE I ,
The refreshment table indoors gram informative reports were 21 in the Alachua -
home was decorated ,man. July corner of said South ,; "
awarded. The I was overlaid with a birthday heard from Mrs E. L Cox, Mrs.E Hospital. She is the I run thence South S9 degrees
throughout with mixed spring ij | minutes and 30 seconds East
!party cloth with matching napkinsand : ; J. Whelan, Mrs. H. C. Wain- verne Hodges of Brooker. i .. :North line of said South Half

flowers. centered with the birthday wright. Mrs. Paul Dinkins Sr.. 'I ': | a distance of one thousand
.
Miss Barbara Thomas assisted Mrs. Effie Miner on the State fl. hundred fifteen and nine hun-
: .- t 1.1 15.09)! feet to an in.n
Miss Silcox in opening her pres- cake.Mrs.. Elvy Devoe and Mrs. Atha Council meeting July 12-16 in \orifK TO : i ak I.' at the intersection of the
I Miss Lucille Hall) daughter ot'I' The flower girl wore a pale pink Gainesville. :Mrs.: Cox was the official Florida Matulm I line of said South Half and I P.Kj!
ents. Copeland assisted Mrs. Chitty in In The Court Of Tb. fountjr
Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of Hampton nylon dress with a blue sash and i i i. delegate and she reported Bradford ('cuut), Florida.In I Westerly right of way line of .
Hoad
affair guests. Xo.
200
the were serving her.son's
Temple
or
Enjoying ,,
became the bride of Darrell'carried Probate.IN .
a blue ruffled
basket
with on the business proceedings while 'I '-enut': run thence South 17 d j
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Lacy Silcox. mother of the bride- Mrs. Robert Barksdale gave a I Gene Burkhart, son of Mr. and assorted petals. I the other ladies reported on the Deceased.To UK: R-tate. of Xellie B. and 56 minutes \\'est along i i

elect, and about 30 friends of the Mrs. R. V. Burkhart of Donnie .. Westerly right of way line a '
Perrme Hugh Crawford attended III Credit and Pcrvon
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classes ,
birthday Saturday attended. Fri.
delightful party I they All the of three hundred sixteen Sat. July 30 31
bonor guest. afternoon for her son, Robby, who on Sunday July 4, at 4 p.m.. in the the bridegroom as best man. !members received certificates for i (F.lainiH" The Silcox home on Clark First Christian Church of Ushers weie Robert Cox of stake; run thence North 89 de-
was three years old. Hampton. Hampton completing their course except You ami eai-h of you are and 55 minutes West dis DOUBLEFEATURE _

street was the setting for a lovely A yellow and green color motiff The Rev. J. B. Dixon offi- and Colby Fisher of Perrine. ;Mrs. Miner who attended two daysof ; claims notified and and demands rec.uirl'tI'to. which pre ,' of two hundred fifteen a and '

Coca-Cola party Wednesday was carried out in the party decorations ciated at the lovely double ring i| Mrs. Lillian Hall, mother of the "the session. either of you, may have iron hundredths (215.65) feet LOOP HOLE
an stake
.jnorning from ten to twelve o'clock I for the Barksdale home on candlelight ceremony. bride wore a lovely navy blueprint Wanda | estate of Nellie B. Burdett, I I degrees and 3 minutes; run thence West South dis
Mrs. I Norman, 4-H club girl, ed, late of said County, to the a With Barry Sullivan
Miss Silcox given by afternoon dress of one hundred
for W. Madison street. During the Prior to the ceremony a pro- :i with white gave a report on Girls' Short !tv Judge of Bradford County > -seven hundredths!ninety I90.87'and>

James Lewis, Mrs. Vernon Silcox afternoon the 25 youngsters en- gram of nuptial music was rendered i,,accessories and a corsage of pink I Course held in Tallahassee June : ida at .his office in the court to an iron stake; run thence AND-
and Mrs. D. L. Silcox.A I porn poms. Mrs. LaVerta Burk- ;;lot said County at Starke. 89 degrees and 57 minutes,. -
joyed games and were given bal- by Mrs. Charles Weinthraub cf i j 7-12, and Ginger Jones withing eight calendar !
gave a report I' t
a distance
color scheme of pink was loon and whistle favors. Gainesville, pianist, and Mrs. Don ::hart: mother of the groom wore a on 4-H camp held last week ''I the time of the first .I \".. > -three hundredths of fifty-nine!' (59.73)and

effectively carried out in the gladioli Mrs. Richard May of Hamptonand McMahone of Hampton, soloist, I II becoming rose-colored afternoon at Cherry Lake. shall this notice.he in writing Each claim and or!- | ... to an irun stake; run thence Tall In The Saddle

. arrangements highlighting the Mrs. R. A. Colson assisted who sang "Because," "Oh PromiseMe 1. dress, complimented with white I A covered dish !the place of residence and |, distance 0 degrees of one and hundred 10 minutes West With John Wayne
lunch seventy-
rooms of the home. The refresh Mrs. Barksdale in serving and ," and "I Love You Truly." The accessories and a corsage of blue was enjo'ed I fice address of the .' and seventy-seven hundredths
by all. shall be sworn tc: by th- Also Comedy and Serial
ment table, covered with a green caring for the guests. traditional wedding marches were and white pom poms. his agent or attorney, and <7)line feet of to aforementioned an iron stake on the

linen cloth, was graced with a used. i i Mr. and Mrs. Hall the bride's Council goals for next year are claim or demand not so : run thence Xorth i' degrees South

centerpiece of crystal swans holding BPW Planning Group The bride, who was given in ':parents, entertained with a re- securing 4-H clubs and training leaders for I''be Alta\'oid.I' n..Johns 57 line minutes a distance West of along seven hun-said Sun.. Jlon., Tues., Aug. 1, 2, 3
'iception at the community hall. beautifying roadsides A* administrator of the
and pink her a' thirty-nine
hydrangeas marriage by chose and
pink father I ninety-eight
Meets At Lake Home waltz ,Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth acted as in front of members' homes, parti- I! of Nellie TJ Burdett, d '' (739.98) feet to point of DOUBLE FEATURE
florettes. of white I
length
gladioli gown nylon 'I First publication July 30. .
in
cipating Pennies for EXCEPT
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hostess. Those assisting Mrs. Friendship any portion I
Greeting the guests at the door Of Della RosenburgDistrict net over taffeta with a Chantillylace Wadsworth were Mrs. T. C. ,program, and sendingdelegates to i 7/30 of any lying road within or street the right of i War Of The Worlds
and Miss Her
were Mrs. Vernon Silcox jacket. shoulder length :State Council I NOTICE
Chastain and Mrs. J. G. Adkins. meeting. ALSO EXCEITIXG the following.!I
Joan Silcox. Assisting the hos- 3-4 of the Florida Federation veil was attached to a crown of i Xotice is hereby given !' parcel: ., IN TECHNICOLOR"

tesses in serving were Mrs. H. H. of Business and Professional lillies of the valley. She carried a Presiding at the punch bowls were The adult camp at Cherry Lake, ,County ford (Xunty Assessor Florida of Taxes will for For point of reference commence ,]i i With Gene Barry & Ann Robinson
Miss Louise Adkins and Miss Ruth Aug. 24-26 was announced and an iron stake at the intersection J
Adams, Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Women's Clubs, Inc. held white Bible topped with a purple several the BoaM of County the Xorth line of aforementioned ,
orchid and Sibley. Miss Barbara Matchett were interested in attend- !of said rpnntjr. in the office -And-
Dennis. its district shattered carnations.The halfJS'j of Southeast quart-
Mrs. James planning committee 'kept the bride's book. ing. Clerk oC'Circuit Court at (SE'4) of Southwest

The hostesses presented the meeting at the home of Director Church Chancel held an t Florida at 10:00 o'clock A. SW H and aforementioned quartt'rI West
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I After spending some time with ust 2. A.D.. 1954 for the I THE LONE GUN
honored guest with a dinner plate Della Rosenberg on Kingsley Lake archway of greenery and white boundary of Temple Avenue
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Burk- |i Presbyterian I hearing complaints and run thence South seventeen
I (17)
from her chosen china pattern as Sunday afternoon. Assistant Di- pom poms, with a background of 'hart left for a wedding trip in the Women i testimony as to the value ..!, and twenty-six (26) min George Montgomery, Dorothy
real, ,
a memento of the occasion. rector Mary Rhoden of Macclenny, palms. The floor baskets were of southern part of the state. The Held General MeetingThe j I,-gible property personal as personal fixed: by or West a distance along said of three Westerly hun- Malone

Fifty guests were invited to District Secretary Desta Dyal of pink and white gladioli and white !bride chose for traveling a lovely County Assessor of Taxes sixteen and three tenths (316.-
Assessment Rolls for the Plus Color Cartoon for the Kids
call during the appointed hours. Starke, and past Director Dorothy pom poms. Seven branched candel- white linen suit trimmed with Presbyterian Women of and for the purpose of ) feet eighty-nine to an iron stake; run thence

Patterson of St. Augustine met abra holding white tapers cast a navy blue and complimented with the Church held their general ,rl'Cf'ivinand: equalizing \ (55) minutes(89) West degrees a dis and AIR CONDITIONED

Methodist W.S.C.S. with 25 members from St. Augus- soft glow over the lovely setting.The |white accessories. Her corsage wasa meeting Tuesday evening in the :sessments.!Taxe' and the The Board County of of one and eighty-eight hunrt'dths -
(1.88) feet Wed. Thur.
to a Aug. 4. 5
tine, Gainesville, Jacksonville, family pews were marked purple orchid taken from the Sunday school rooms with Mrs. ''missifiners may continue .in. :- building for point masonry of

Plan Circle MeetingsThe Jacksonville Beach, Fernandina with bows' of white tip ribbon. I bridal bouquet. David Montgomery presiding in :from'long day as necessary.to day for one ". thus. From point of begin- DOUBLE FEATURE -

Beach, Lake City, Macclenny and Mrs. Donnie Hush Crawford, ,| Upon their return from their the absence of Mrs. Guy Andrews, I All persons owning!' .' ) described(72) degrees run and Xorth thirty-sev Raiders of the Seven
C. S. circles '
Methodist W. S. Starke to map out programs and sister of the bride, was Matron of I wedding trip, they will make their president.Mrs. I'ject to assessment in Bradford (33) minutes West along the
and Tuesday ty. Florida. are notified to !
next Monday edge of
wall of
will meet meeting places and dates for the Honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. ''home in San Diego, Calif., where J. G. Caldwell reported on ,at such meeting, or '.. : a distance of twenty-three said build-and SeasJohn

at the following homes: coming club year. Robert Cox and Mrs. Arthur Gas- |Burkhart is stationed with the "World Missions". The I make such complaints or g \ hundredths (%341) feet
Circle 1 Mrs. L. D. Vining, circle mony as to the value of an) a corner of said
kins. Sandra Lee Newman, cousinof 'U. building; run Payne and Donna Reed
Starke will be host to the Dis- S. Navy. chairmen gave their monthly 'erty real or personal as South
re-
leader will meet Tuesday morningat the bride, was the flower girl. i I Among the out-of-town guests the County Assessor of Taxe and seventeen (17) de IX TECHNICOLOR
trict
in September with State ports. Circle 2 twenty-seven (27) rain
Mrs. W. E. was asked by Cir- his
with Assessment rolls .
10 o'clock The Matron of Honor was at- the occasion Mr. as alunthe: Westerly edge of
for were
present
President Mimi Southwick of Lake cle 1 to desire. ANDTANGIERINCIDENT
E. L. Matthews assist in the building of of said -
Middleton and Mrs. building a distance{ of
Worth tired in a pale blue silk princess and Mrs. Colby Fisher and daughter i i Given bv order of the and 1
as speaker. November's i, thirty-one hundredths
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a storage for !
room
Lake homeof books vases
at the Kingsley style dress with blue and white ;,County Commissioners of %)
Hinson and fl'l"l| run thence South
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde eighty-
the latter. meeting will be held in Lake City etc. :Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. K. G. County, Florida. July 6, ....D (89) degrees and
accessories. Her bouquet was a :daughter, and :Mr. and :Mrs. Willis I Charles A. Darby. fifty-five
with State )
Second Vice President Duncan and Mrs. minutes East a distance of I
Claude
Circle 2, Mrs. L. D. Green, leader nosegay of blue and white pompoms jLJojd, all of Perrine; Mr. and Mrs. Crowson I lJ.kon'i\\' and fifty-two hun Plus Color Cartoon for Kids

will meet in the home of Lila Mae Durgan of Miami and her headpiece was of !B. L. Lanier and their son and were appointed to get an estimate i AOTICK TO-CO\TR \ CM.52) feet to point of be- I,

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as speaker. In the ort
guest January this I
Mrs. J. H. Fields with Mrs. Frank I District Will meet at the Poncede blue net. I daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. project. I Office Of_ The Slate \ Bearings ill the .iht\e Ues< ripuon, *iJr -JR
Ieuartiu.nt
Hollingsworth as cohostess, Monday The bridesmaids were dressed 'Joiner, all of Jacksonville; Mr. I The attendance contest which Tallahas-.ee.: ; I II

at 3:30: p.m. Leon Hotel in St. Augustinewith alike in pink silk, shantung taffeta -''and Mrs. Charles Weinthraub and continues through the November j I July 26. 1S54; I II .. .

Circle 3, will meet Monday at State Third Vice President dresses with low necklines and ''son of Gainesville; and Mrs. Lonnie meeting has Circle 1 leading with i I,1 COsTR.IO> PROn. ::: 4:: = = :::=: :P.; -=-_: ;: _: ::-_:_ := =__ _.,u-
Marie Bowden Pealed nids will !> re.' '
the
3:30: p.m. in the Educational build of Leesburg as blue and pink accessories. Their ![Crawford and sons, Rudolph, 11 members and Circle 2 has nine i Tallahassee, Florida. ('om ,

speaker. In April the Jacksonville bouquets were of John members. ]:Contractors until 10':.10\ \\1: ( >
ing. nosegays blue 'Glenn and Anthony. Mrs.
club will be hostess and speaker \\on the lath day of August. ] i
: and pink pom poms. They useda ,Pierce. and Mrs Robert Barksdale.all :Mrs.: Louise Harden had charge'of 'construction of the f"lIO\\
will be Mrs. Lee obbins'D9fI
Betty Taylor
Club flower for their headpiece.Have of Starke. an interesting program entitled ects:
Jr.Voman's Kolz of. Miami. Mate Project. Job \o. :
I "The Glory of its Head''. Mrs. E. State Road Xo. S-237. I.

Gives Party ThursdayThe Mrs. Agnes Lewis, immediate M. Davis was hostess during the County. On the New Hi.pt, i
1 past president of the Gainesville Road from the Santa F.'
social hour. .north. east and north to
Junior Woman's Club will 1 Club, will serve the district as Work consists of light ext.

give a Coca-Cola party Thursday I parliamentarian this year; with I :2 Limerofk Surface Stabilized Treatment Base; and u I i

morning. Aug. 5, at 11 o'clock at Jis. Mollie Dunlop of Jackson- I they will have a skating party. ,al items The length of thr I :

ville Beach as the District repre- I Hear that 70 Scouts',2.459 miles. A Proposal ': :: I II
the home of Mrs. A. J. ThomasJr. Troop Boy {the amount of $2,50000; will iId
sentative on the State Resolu- I j will have a shindig for their par- 111 red. .4

., corner of Lafayette and Mon- tions Committee. Mrs. Loyce Cole- I ents down at their new camo. near The terms ((1) "lightra" : :' I ;
(2) "medium excavation. a : '
roe streets. man of Macclenny will serve as t Guess'the I'i
Hawthorne this weekend "h..at'Jlcavation" used
as |
casualties in :
few
quite a highway around the first of the .
District courtesy resolutions chair- 'above indicates. ''' '. \ i
Hostesses for the occasion will my Til black book this week I month have you been in Ruby II )' hope to get some work out of less than 8000 Cu. Yds p.-i :

be Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., chairman man.After spotted Margaret Jones and Mar- : Johns' beauty shop sinceshe jut their Papas if they get them down ((2) S000 to 15,000 ('II. Yds ,
the business meeting be and (1) more than 15.000 1
Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr., Mrs. of the representatives enjoyed garet Thomas, both clerks in the I in air-conditioning? Honey, it's a I there so hope they won't 'per mile.A WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR
many is' ,
The
Bottom Dollar, each with arm treat this hot weather! disappointed Camp Proposal Ouarantv i
an in
D. L. Thomas Mrs. Jerry Gay. swim in the lake and Miss I either OUR
; a hear a certified check j r FALL DRESSES
fine I
coming along j
in sling Margaret Jones trip- Want to welcome to
served refreshments. a I our community check trust company i
Mrs.
Mrs. Robert Barksdale and Rosenberg ped on a rug in the store and the D. A. Mullis family' Well seems to be all for :check or bank draft of ant' I I
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Maxie Carter Jr.Coney. See in the next 'or state bank. in the arnHilJlI
you
now
broke her arm and Margaret I from Palatka who have rented one above, made payable to the |
Baptist Circles CarolynI man of the State Road Ladies DRESSESReg.
Thomas fell off a ladder in the of the Pearce houses on South I
must accompany each !
Will Meet TuesdayAll I,store and also broke an arm street Mr. Mullis is the new cheek or drafts shall ba\c i j

Island I see Jackie Colley hobbling aroundon plants superintendent for Hart- NOTICE ','sued within 60 days of the i,
receiving bids. Certified I II
Baptist Circles will meet crutches with a badly mangled j mann Furniture Co. They Notice is hereby given Fish that Commission the|I,shall have the necessary Now
Water -
Fresh
Sandwich Shop Tuesday, August 3, at 42 noon at I foot which she received when she ;,,have rented the house formerly Game and in official meeting held in i Florida's Documentary ;, ,

Kingsley Lake for luncheon and dropped a revolving power lawn]'i I occupied by the J. E. Hildebrans Miami Bradford, Florida.County July to 19 the, 195'4.taking closed of- ;i'.:I tachl'd.The name of the bidder j I 5.95 6.95 3.99 ,j )

program. This meeting will include mower on her foot, and another ,i I who have moved ir..> the house deer and turkey. applicable Project Xumber I. 11/
Now Under New ManagementMR. : be shown on the check or |
7.95 4.99
all circles with the excep- C. W. PACE. Director, -
power lawn mower casualty hap- formerly occupied by the Johnny Fresh Fish I All work is to be done in

& MRS. H.C.DOUGLAS tion of the Business Women's Cir- pened Tuesday evening when Douglas family on Lake street, Game Commission.July and Water 'ance Special with Provisions Plans. of ,I' 8.95-9.95 5.99

James Crew was cutting his lawn 'i who have moved back to Brooker 22, 1954. It 7/30 ,Road Department. Special i!

I and hit something which _flew 1. friends of Chuck and Fre die I. Circuit (Court Bradford Coamtj. |II is called to "Xotice to .., 10.95 6.99
Contractor's" and ) ; _
any
cle.FOR into his son, Mike's eye and injured (\Vimberly i Schneider and two I Florida !. Ck*.f ry. visions contained in the i|
Manuel Cornatzer, Plaintiff
We Serve CHlllSJVE II it seriously :Mike was children, Gary and Diane will beinteft'sted Thomas\v Helen Irene Cornatzer: Defendant. I Form.Plans and lor Proposal |, 12.95 - 7.99

rushed to the Alachua Hospital to know they have Case Xo. 10-609 te furnished to Qualified ( '! _

ICE CREAM AND MILK I treatment where the doctor moved to S06 Order Of PultUr.tI.ad .Notice ,ors upon application to ;,
for I Forest Oaks Drive To -\pp..rl Slate Of Florida To: 14.95 8.99 _
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for the sum of S25 no per '
SANDWICHES of All Kinds, I ) I said it "would be a week or so be- I Houston. 17, Texas hear that H.len Irene Cornatzer, whose resi- setS of Plans may be
dence and address is: :!!75 Bnndle
: whether not the H. C. .$tO.OO set. Plans, with ,
COLD DRINKS, GROCERIES fore he knew or : Douglas has bought Coney Street, Winston-Salem, Noith Caro- per
I to be removed i Island out Special Provisionsmay We Have Slashed Our Entire Prices
DUE eye would have j from 'Jyde McCrary, and lina.You chased bv fabricators for $ '!
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PRODUCE and FRUIT are requirefl to appear on
,which should be a caution to all'I Harry Nichols has leased the beau- August SO. 1954. in the above named set. XO REFUND WIT.L ,IYOR ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
AXY OF THE
FRESH EGGS madewithQUININE\ i I operators of power lawn-mowers. I II I tiful new Phillips "66" service Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff ,CHARGES FOR PLANS AN: i i

Open S am, Close 11:30 pm 666 I to see that there are no children I station at the corner of Lafayetteand seeks divorce.Bradford County. Telegraph shall ,i!POSAL, FORMS.Proposal Forms. will not i :i WOMEN'S BATHING SUITSYou

I ':'in the vicinity while the mower S. Walnut streets publish this Order in next four unless request is retenert ) Can't Afford To Miss This SavingsOne

[ is in operation and lastly I I Did you hear that Marian Hend- j i weekly Witness issues.my hand and official i I,24 The hours right prior is to reserved opening iI i,

I hear that Faye Paulk slammed erson has joined the Women's!,-eal at Starke, Florida this July 2S, any or all bids. We Still Have

d J,her finger in the car door hurting'it 1 Marine Corps and will) report to I'1954. i" STATE ROAD DEP.\nT : Group Children'sSANDALS I
OFFICIAL SEAL) Chines: A. Darbj OF FLORIDA A Good Selection Of
badly. I Parris Island S. C. on Aug. 5th As Clerk of said Court i Cecil M. Webb. I

Spotted Pamela Faye Lawson i for boot-training? The Robert By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk !! R. T. Oupton !: LADIES
Zach H. Douglas 5U5 Lynch Building I !tate Highway ;
working now in the bank Green and Inman Green families Jack on-i1le. Florida.Attjs. / J I I DRESS SHOES
fur I'lf. 7. 30 4t 80I 1 ;
Alie e Lawson who used to work have rented the Kincaid cottage',

:, in the bank is now working at on Kingsley for the month of I NOTICE- -TO APPEAR I I.F.lckth The Cfmit Judicial Court Circuit Of j< Sizes! $ 'l .00 I and SANDALS

Hercules Judy Green has join- August have you seen that I.i rirrnit Court, Bradford. Commtf,I For Bradford ("ou.t,. I IIB Little
IB Cfcaxf )i 1
Florida! Cha..tBessie ? ; 17.
ed the secretarial staff at Big snappy certificate that Franklin Whaley Tripp. Plaintiff vs. (!UET TITLE. ETC.JONES.LAXGFORDWHITE I To 3 ION SALE

Dad and Pat Detweiler is Ritch. 13. is flashing thesedays? Alton R.xlrKk Tripp. Sr., Defendant. INO. j,
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Case No. 10-615 I I 56. THE AMERICAN j
joining the working ranks Monday he has been appointed an honorary Xotlre To Appears i DEPARTMENT OF '

by holding down the office for i Lt. Col. on the Governor's To: Alton Rodruk Tripp. Pr, I I TO SCHOOL
whose rf-idenc and address is: SOS:>> I IWi i: vs. FOR BACK -
Machine
Sewing Operators ,Merrill McMillan hear the I staff was told that Jimmy liam.- Street. Kmston, North Ca- FLORIDA LAND: AND IM ''
I i: T1OX: COMPANY OF ;
staff rolina.
: Cleaner Weldon left
,J. D. Doyle Dry Saturday for two
I You are hereby notified that a I I et al.. : DUNGAREES Size 4-6
:will all enjoy a vacation next weeki i weeks training with the NavalReserve suit for ORDER OF ... I i

.- Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES i while the plant will be closed . in Norfolk Va. Divorce 1. \OTICE TO .\ .* $4.49Size
has been died against you In tht 'THE STATE OF : I|
I see Alice Anderson is now hos- j Billy Miles was the honored above named Court and cause and I I Florida Land and WE ALSO STOCK t

18 THRU 35 I tess-cashier at the Gold House I guest at a birthday party :Mon- yjou are required to serve a copy of 1','Company of Florida and '' LEE & PICKIEDUNGAREES ;
your answer! or pleading to the complaint known successors, trustee ;
.and next week while Dr. Barry is iday evening at the Carter Kings- on the Plaintiff Attorney holders and other I '

on a week's fishing trip Mjr. (Dr.) ;ley Lake home celebrating his Alfred C. Scott. 106 Smith Building through or under it. | 8-12
Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital Jacksonville. Florida, ''beck. also known as FOR BOYSMMEBEBHMHRiKflRJiHR
Adams will take over his practice 25th birthday the party was and file the original In the office of I''I beck, and Josephine i

Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others ; while on furlough from Camp given by his mother. Sue Miles the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I wife, whose last known $1,69
before the 30 day of August 1954; ,:aitland, Florida, Mary
APPLY AT OUR OFFICE I I Gordon, Ga. land Leola Roberts the 15 guests otherwise the allegations of said'!'Mary D. Rising and O. M. We Have Just ReceivedA

Carol and Charles Fields planto /:enjoyed swimming, boating and a Complaint will be taken as confessed -]'. her husband U. D.
10th & CHURCH STREETS by yon 'known as Uriah D. Miner. Shipment Of
move into their new home in'picnic supper Billy Dampier This notice shall be published ,ah M. :!Miner his wife Size 14-16

Westconnect, Jacksonville the first j celebrated his 13th birthday on once each week for four conaecntiv' Van Pelt W. N. Mtacham Children'sBackToSchool

BIG DAD Manufacturing Co. of next week and hear that ,July 25th and this: Friday evening mph.weeks in the Bradford County TtU-' H.band C. and Brown Eliza also Husband.known 89

Frank Broadway and L. M. Gaines .the Intermediate Methodist MYF Dated this 29 day of July 1954. Brown, also known as Dresses $1
SEAL Charles Brown J. M., Rising. Anna
(OFFICIAL ) A. Darby
Starke FIa. hope to open their "truck stop"f"illing j i class will enjoy a hayride to the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Mary Rising Young. I'____

station out on the G'ville !I Gainesville skating rink where By Marian L. Croeby. Deputy Clerk Dowling also known as J.
II I 'l/O 4t S/20 : Ing. P. H. Hiskinp. wh
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I Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Paterson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson
lof Weston. Ga., were weekend attended the funeral of Glen Sear- Receive Awards in Keystone Heights Rotary Y.M.C.A. Swimming Program

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie ing in Jacksonville on Tuesday.Mrs. .

p I Cowen, and all spent Sunday visit- Richard May and daughter. __

/ .61 Vi'8ld ing St. Augustine and Manneland.Mr. Melody, of Hampton were Minnow Fish 1 --1
I and Mrs. H. V. Mooty and _
;weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs I -

:!: !! ENEWS !j I|three Mr.sons and of Mrs.Miami Harry, were Mooty guestsof last I the Robert Jacksonville Barksdale,Zoo and on all Sunday visited --__- j _! ___

'I - . -:-- I Thursday and Friday. .I Fall newer" Seed just arrived ; _
I I Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson returned'
at Siotrunk's.fr. ]
:Mrs. M. R. Judd and children and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gren were home last week after a month's
and Mrs.
Henry StefaneUi _
Mrs. Peart Burham are spendingthis 'visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selley visit with relatives in Norfolk, Va. __
week in Valdosta, Ga., visit- 'I and family at Fernandina Beach, and Florence, S. C.Mr. had as weekend guests Angelo
Ing Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Herndon. Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. I. E. Clark and Stefanelli, Mike Ciccone and Ron- 1 I. / t .
Mrs. J. E. Hildebran and chil- Mrs. L. C. Zeigler and twin son, Stanley, spent last week in ald Farno of Reynoldsville, Pa. Y Ri[

dren arrived home Monday after daughters Theressa and Kathleen, Robertsdale, Loxley and Stapleton, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Steen and 1 tFIying
five weeks in Western North of Miami, spent last week with Ala., visiting relatives. son of Washington, D. C., and Mr.

Carolina with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffis and James J. Hayes Jr., of Oxford, I. and Mrs. C. H. Quick Jr., of

)lr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and family in Theressa and Mr. and I N. C., spent last week with Mr. I I Statenville, Ga., were weekend
son, Franklin, and Mrs. Pearl 1 Mrs. R. C. Dampier and son, Billy, .. and Mrs. Thomas F. Colson.Mr. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Quick Sr
r Burnham spent Sunday at Silver in Starke. Mrs. Zeigler was accompanied and Mrs .Leon Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Twining

Springs.Mr. home by Misses Mary sons, of Gadsen, Ala., were Fridayto of Johnson City. N. Y., spent last
: and Mrs. M. O. Patterson Lou and Beth Zeigler, who had Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. week with Howe Twining.Mr. I

d and children, of Montgomery, Ala., spent the past three weeks with James L.Chitty. and Mrs. \\'. T. Gill and son,
were guests last week o( Mr. and the Griffis and Dampier families. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shaffer, nf Sammy, visited Mr. and Mrs. M.
Mrs. R. O. Dansby and family. Mrs. Seymour Burdette of Jack- Tavares. were Sunday guests of R. Baggett in Fort Pierce over
9 The Dansbys and guests and Mr. sonville, was visiting Mrs. Ruby Mrs. Steve Weldon and family. the weekend.Mr. I
and Mrs. R. J, Andrews, of Orange Johns on Monday. Miss Betty Nell Scott returned I -and :Mrs. Richard Fay and I
,
Park, spent Sunday in Keystone Mrs. Harold Palmer, Miss Marcel to her home in Decatur, Ga., on family and Mrs. Seber Doyle An-I
Heights.Mr. Palmer and Miss Jean Palmer of Tuesday after two month's visit I
drews and Mrs. Drew Reddish, of
: and Mrs. W. G. Haile Jr.. Union, S. C., were last Thursday with Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jacksonville, were Sunday guestsof Fish ,Shark
of Miami, are spending the first afternoon guests of Mrs. E. D. IJr. Miss Scott was accompaniedby
I Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish
two weeks of August at the Mjr. Tenly Mrs. Haynes Jr., and daughter, Mrs. C. T. Kessel and three
Kldd cottage on Kingsley lake, and !j Mr' R. F. Prather. Mrs. J. D. Marcia. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs for
also visiting the senior Hailes in I Doyle and Tommy Gill visited Mr. ,I la week's visit. i children, of Palatka, were week-
Starke. and Mrs. E. T. King and Mrs. Guy I J Mrs. Don Ray Tilley and baby end guests of Mr. and Mrs F. J

Prescott in Jacksonville on Satur- !son, of Jacksonville, are spending Pellum and family.Mr. .
jday.i i this week with :Mrs. Tilley's' and Mrs. Ressie Thomas

=- i i Shipment" of new flower seed mother, Mrs Hattie Collins at spent Sunday in Lakeland visit-
I,at Sistrunk's.I State Farm. ing Mr. and Mrs. Mallory ThomasJr.

I I Hollis V. Knight drove to Ponte Mr. and :Mrs. W. W. Caines and .
''Vedra Beach Sunday and was accompanied children Donna and Candy, of Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Altee. of

I home by his mother, Decatur, Ga., were overnight Jacksonville were visiting Mr.
Mrs. D. 11 Knight and her sister, guests Sunday of Mrs. Del Colley I and Mrs. Hogan Smith Sunday
Mrs. Charles Larsen who had and family.Mr. afternoon.Mrs. .

i spent the past two weeks there. and Mrs. Kenneth Kyle and John Griffin, of Ochlocknee -
Mrs. Larsen returned to her homein son Ken Jr., of St. Augustine, Ga., and Mrs. W. H. ThomsonJr.
Lakeland on Monday.Mrs. spent Saturday and Sunday with and family spent Monday to
E. Dalton White and son, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Wednesday with the F. F. Stumps.
(Dalton Jr., of New Smyrna Beach family. Little Dale Johns of Gaines-
(were Tuesday guests of Mrs. W. J. Mrs. W. E. Lawson attended the ville is spending this week with
I Chandler and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce funeral of her uncle in Gastonia,
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ..
Montgomery.Mr. N. C., on Wednesday. .
Carl Johns at Lake. .
and Mrs. Bill Clark and Sonny and Tony Lawson spenta Mr. and Mrs.Kingsley Charlie Mundy of -.. .....-..... '.. .,. '" ,.Jt;. -.' ,

., CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON weekend daughter,guests Nancy,of of Mr.Miami and, were Mrs.L. few days last week with their I Ware Shoals, S. C., are spending About 125: children took part in the Rotary YJI.C.A. swimmingcourses senior life savers depending" upon their age and ability to swim. Each

D. Green. uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. O. this week with Mr. and Mrs. W. held at Keystone" Beach last week. Above are four of the grade has certain qualifications. Some of the swimmers advanced

about this question; Mrs. C. D. Williams is spendingthis Evans in Savannah, Ga. B. Mundy Jr. classes that passed their tests for Y.M.C.A. awards. The swimmersare rapi enough to win awards in two or even three classifications.
Mrs. J. H. Lawson, of Moultrie,
week in Tampa, and next Dave Paulk spent last Fridayin graded as minnows, fish, flying fish, sharks junior life savers and -Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by the Tel..graph-
My guns and outboard motorare Ga., Mrs.V. C Musgrove, of New- Douglas, Ga., on business.Mr. I
week she will be in Lakeland at-
covered by insurance ton, Ga., and Miss Mary Alice and Mrs. T. H. Slade and I
tending the Methodist School of
against any loss, theft or Missions. Musgrove, student at the hospitalin family spent Sunday at the fVffTTTTTfTTTTTTTTVTTTTT ninety-eight in September was notable i have been visiting Cook's sister and is stationed in California for
Macon, Ga., visited Mr. and to be present this Three I Mrs. Rusher, I .
Methodist M. Y. F. Camp in Lees- year. are returning this six weeks training.The
damage, but what about my Acting Governor and Mrs. Mrs. W. E. Lawson recently.Mrs. burg where Tommy Slade is a Keystone Heightsby other brothers: F. I. Baker of Vero I week to their home in Sheep's soft ball games in the park
fishing tackle and golf equip Charley E. Johns and daughter, i I
iI Beach H. M. '
Effie Johns spent from Fri- counsellor for six weeks. Baker of Island Head Bay, N. Y. between the older boys and the
ment? Can I lump it all to- Markleyann, of Tallahassee and day to Monday in Raiford visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal: and Mrs. Sara McDonald I I j Grove, L. M. Baker of Palatka; Mrs. Other Queen and baby younger boys have been attracting
Starke, spent the weekend at their
gether in one complete sport- Miss Bessie land a sister, Mrs. E. R. Simmons'
home at Lake. Sapp. sons. Tommy and David, spent the daughter will be in Keystone next a good bit of attention. The older
ing goods insurance policy summer Crystal Mrs. M. F. Hazen, president of past two weeks at Flagler Beach u..u a..u..........j i of Gainesville, were present. week to stay with her parents I boys have been winning, but last
Mr. Fancher Sr.of ,
and Mrs. P. D.
I Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. the Starke Garden Club, Mrs. and Daytona Beach. The; chicken and fish dinner I There were some new faces anda while her husband is overseas. He I Tuesday the youngsters won 29-

Fancher Jr., and son, Pete, of Maxie Carter Sr., Miss Clara Lea- Mrs. E. T. Vestal, of Jackson given by the Rotary Club Friday few were absent because of is in the Air Force. 23.
State Farm, spent Friday and man and Mrs. Frazier Shaw are ville, spent the past week with her night was a very successful af- I illness, but there has not been a''i, Mrs. Boatwright and son have,
E Johns&SonAgency
Charley Saturday fishing at Steinhatchee.L. attending the State Beautification sister, Mrs. T. L. Casey. fair netting the club a very nice single death in the group since gone to Georgia for a few days. Recent Birth
Conference in Daytona Beach Jerry Colley leaves Saturdayfor sum to help defray the the reunion last year. Ernest Con- Mrs. Doying was in town for a :
H. Gibson is attending the expensesof
today (Friday). two weeks training at the the two weeks of swimming nell of Orlando was re-elected' few days last week visiting old
State meeting County Super-
Mrs. R. Naval Air Reserves at Quonset I)''classes ..chairman, and Mrs. Lucille Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Stallings
visors of Schools in Tallahasseethis F. Prather and daughter they sponsored. About 450 God !I friends. She moved from here to
week. Sandra, are returning to Point. R. I. I I I guests enjoyed the dinner and I Mary of Starke was elected secre-l I I Cocoa but is now living in St. I announce the birth of a daughter,

Phone 13 Starke Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel spent the their home in Jennings, La., on Mrs. M. H. Colley leaves Satur-I J I witnessed the ceremonies after- and treasurer.Mr. Petersburg.Paul Susan Aker, born July 23 in St.Vincent's .
first of the week in :Miami. Saturday after a month's visit day for a month's visit with Mr. I ward.! Huntley Redfearn as chair- and Mrs. William Cook who Rivers has joined the navyLAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAI! hospital.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.- ._ __ __ .u .._ _' with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. James T. Stewart in';:''man of the committee, acted as I .&AAAl ........ .JJJJJjjjjjjjjjjjj..L
-- and Mrs. Faye Gill who are ac- Olympia, Wash. :mastEr' of ceremonies when certifiI -------------.A
ASK THE'MANWH'O KNOWS YOUR WATCHMAKER! \ companing the Prathers home for i
Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley;cates and badges were given to
:a weeks visit. They are stoppingoff and children visited Dr. and :Mrs. ,those who had completed the I sz
SUMMER
in New Orleans for a few days M. L. Kokomoor in Gainesville'I j classes. 3 7t

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sightseeing.Mr.
on Wednesday. I I! Those receiving badges as mjn-

and "Mrs. W. R. Walters Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta,.nows were: Jackie Fox, Kelly 3
and daughter, Clair, of Reeds- Ga., Mr. and Mrs. G. V. I'hillips"and 'Gibbs, Marshall Beam, Marion 4 _

IJ.J.f. RE UTAR ville, Ga., will arrive over the Mrs. Charlie Fralick of Lake Hall, Walter Warren Bucky Bruce ....4.
J.I I .1.1f weekend for several days visit City were Tuesday guests of Mrs. j:Corale Ann McMillan. Sandy ..4

1, C lECK'UA with Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and I Bertha Pearce and all enjoyed a Brown, Hall Macy, Tommy Baker. ....41.
; ; family.Mr. I picnic lunch at Hampton Lake. :Mary: Anna Schaeffer, David Schaef ...
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i and Mrs. Randall Cobb of I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli fer, Pat Tiedgen Elizabeth Du- 4

Belle Glade, were overnight guestsof were hosts to 40 guests at a pic- bose, Carol Wolfe, David Stuckey ... [
Mrs. D. W. Moore last Thurs- nic at Spring Lake Sunday honor- Douglas Gibbs. Feliciana Gustin, __

My Personal Integrity and Profession Backed by More day. David Wayne Moore, of P-elle ing the birthdays of their son, Al, ,,Caroll Baker, Sylvia Dodd and 3

Than Forty Years EXPERIENCE Repairing Fine Railroad Glade, is spending some time with who was 23 on July 24 and their .Elenita Gustin.

I Watches that Require the Greatest Accuracy is his grandmother. Mrs. D. W. daughter-in-law, Betty June Stefa- Those qualifying as fishes were: I KOCH DRUG STORE t
Moore.Mr.
YOUR Guarantee of Satisfaction. nelli, who was 18 on July 22 and Buddy Gremer, Patty Gremer t
and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and also for their son ICE 3rd Class I i George Allen, John Allen, Donald

See our Window Display of Fine DiamondsAnd E son. Jimmy, of Tampa, spent the Robert Stefanelli who is home on I 1 Jeffers Dwight Mitchell, Tina

weekend with Mrs. O. L. Beasleyand leave from the Navy. Robert re- Ridaught, Ray Brown. Bobby Powers FRI. SAT MOH. ONLY -- WHILE THEY LAST

Be Convinced That Quality Has No Substitute Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. ports to Norfolk, Va. on Aug. 3'1, Reba Hall, Alec Livingston. ... ,

E Mrs. C. Fred Sayles, of Miami, Rev. and Mrs.' W. S McAlileyand I Tommy Thompson Bob Robertson -
3 ITYTYYTTVYI is the guest of Judge and Mrs.E. children leaves Monday for Lane Jackson, Kathy Sipprell ON THESE GREATLY REDUCED ITEMS '
K. Ferryman. Sandra Ridaught, Bob Jackson, pAVE
two weeks vacation. They will
Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry Jimmy McMurtry, Miriam Betts,
Mrs.
Richard Thede and son, visit Rev. McAliley's parents, Mr.
Ricky, of Gainesville, are spend- and Mrs. C. C. McAliley in Chester, Jimmy McKay, Linda McKay. 2 CELL Complete
"THE HOUSE OF FINE DIAMONDS" tStarke's ing this week with Mrs. F. H. S. C., while Rev. McAliley is at- Fuller Tresca Tommy Tresca. 3 49c Alcohol 29c
Long. tending the Church Extension Con- Joel Bault, Merrell Betts, Carol Flash Lights 1.49
Leading Jeweler t Stratmapn! and Ginger McKay.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton ference at Montreal. N. C. Theywill 2 For
TTVVTTTTtYTYTTTTYTYTTI rYYTYTTTTTTTYTYTTTTVTTYTT and Mrs: Dora Burton of Atlanta also visit friends in Alexander Flying Fish were; Miriam Betts ;

., '-" .. and Mrs. Dan King of Tifton Ga.. City, Ala. !i Jimmy McKay, Tommy Tresca, 49c Aspirins 49c Pocket Combs 3c
McKay, -
-. -. .- -- .- are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mrs. Hubert Farber ancj daugh- I Fuller Tresca. Ginger
I Anderson this week. ters are returning home this week- !Merrell Bates. Joel Bault. Romesa

I Mrs. A. W. Anderson Sr., is end after three weeks visit in New I Dodd, Nancy Parker, Billy Cones, TUBE
visiting, her son-in-law and daugh York State. j'Bill Bennett, Matt Cannon, Fran- Rat Tail Combs 3c
!! :Martha -
I cis Peters, Norma Powers
I ter. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schawbin Miss Sara Barefoot spent the 50c Rat Poison 19c
'[Livingston.. Ann Parrish, David -
Pittsburgh, Pa., for a month. first of the week with Mr. and
Sunderland, Donald Jeffers, Ray
Mrs. Kenneth Kyle in St. Augus-'I i
Dedicated To Community Service Brown, Kathy Sipprell, John Allen Hand Towels 29c
"Movie Are Better Than Ever" tine.Mr. .Eugene Nelson, Lane Jackson, 25c Ant Poison 5c -
and Mrs. Dave Paulk and I!Trina Ridaught, George Allen ,

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad YOUR daughter, Sylvia, were guests of !;!Dwight Mitchell, Alec Livingston _____ ______. _4r< Quart
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFri. I Mr. and Mrs. L. M- White in Mel- 1 Buddy Gremer Patty Gremer. 3

rose, Saturday evening. I 1 j I I Sandra Ridaught, Jimmy Me- 50c Burn Ointment 9c Vacuum Bottles 1.98

Sat, July 30. 31 AND i PROTECTIONIS Misses Joanne Slade and Jane 1 Murtry, Bob Jackson Bobby pow- E E50c
DOUBLE FEATURE C Richarde are attending the Methodist -'I ers. Bob Robinson Reba Hall 1
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ALASKASEAS M. Y. F. camp in Leesburgnext Carol Stratmann, and Sheri Shack- ; SHELL 79c
.. week. ;' i
MOMOAIAM "IHtU elford.

F eBUltifSa:. r \ Mr. and Mrs. Alton Revell and I i Sharks were; Ann Parrish. 4 Glass Cleanser 9c Totes Moccasin 39c

? daughter, Judy, of Tallahasseewere Martha Livingston, Nancy Parker. W
SA 1 ; OURI weekend guests of Mr. and Norma Powers Romesa Dodd. 3 EI
I ? : With Ryal and Sterling I ( YARDLEY SHAVING LOTION
) Mrs. Guy Sale. Butch Sox Jimmy Fox Pat 1 Gal. SHELL
j
Plus "Way of All Pests" Cartoon CREAM
COBRIGANOINNIS i Mrs. E. L. McKnight county Lamee I Eric Redfearn Howard C
and Chapter 1 of A Xew Serial will leave j!''Meyer, Camille Rhodes, Dan Dodd, I Insect Killer
MOOREwxTERHUNE !I PROPESSIONYOU nurse Saturday to at- 49caBiliAi: ;;
Mac
It 1 MRS. A. WOOD tend a short course on tuber-|Tony Brault, David Brown. 1,10
-- culosis at the University of North J|Hall, Paula Hall, Dennis Jeffers.
: Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C., School,Patsy Waters, John Brownlee, and 50c Size KOLYNOS -
Sun., Mon, Tues., Aug 1, 2, 3 Wed.. Thura. Fri. for Public Health for 10 days. Bill Bennett. $14.95
3 BIG DAYS j August 4. 5.6 SHOULD Mr. and Mrs. Bartow Joyner and i l I I Junior Life Savers were Carol Tooth Paste 2 for _69c Lamp 5.95

I children of Savannah Ga., were :Pearsall i Larry LaMee. Eddie 3 Way Lights -
MUSICAL COMEDY IN We Proudly string Another HAVE OUR nests of Mr. Joyner's brotherinlaw I Stuckey: Nancy Hall, Linda Waters -

BIG and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gwen Ford, Jennie Wood. 3 COLGATE
In CinemaScope :\ ..-..- M-G-M-s ........ Low Cost Hall, last week. I I William Hood, Margaret Lovejoy 4 Cakes
I Tooth Paste 2 for f 39c
FIRST PRODUCTION I !Bubba LaMee and Suzanne La- -
INRoundTable Mrs. Bertha Fuller is spending
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HOW TO MARRYA several weeks with relatives in i''!>fee.I Woodbury Soap 31(c

POLIOINSURANCE Tallahassee.Mr. I Senior Life Savers were Jim '.4 1000
Parrish, Gremer Becky
and Mrs. Fred K. Kenneth Sandy
MILLIONAIRE Kn bts and children of Ft. Lauderdaleare I I Gallop, Kessler Meyer Mike Saccharn Tablets 89c Waste\ Baskets 39c >
] spending vacation on Adams, and Catherine Brownlee. 3 -
KingS-I(I
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With Betty Grable and MartynMonroe ley Lake. Mrs. Kenneth is Some of these young people ..... >
I SEND FOR JERKY of Miss Minnie Bessent. I were included in more than one
I group, having completed two or 3 We Specialize In Prescriptions
I! in f 0 tot ieopniRcwrci! f John (Pat) Casey, son of Mr.1
Regular News Plus Special' News even three classes. Y. M. C. A.
and Mrs. T. L. Casey of Rt. 2, i
ADMISSION PRICES FOR THIS | SIarr 1tI f H. C. WALL Starke received his discharge from furnished instructors.The 3 2 Registered Graduate Phanncists To Serve You At All Times
ROBERT AVA MEL annual Baker Reunion was
SH8OSLY the Navy in July after four yearsof
i 25, at Key- FREE DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 53
TAYLORGARDNERrTOER: I AGENCY service. He served as a radar held on Sunday July
Adults 75c Children 25c .........................*- seaman on the USS Basilone. a stone Beach with about 110 in 3 _

Tax Included j I Phont 146 .destroyer escort, most of the time attendance. D. F. Baker fatherof I .
I
j Plus "Mf'rry1'S of \\1nw.or"I Meet Where
Mrs. S. E. Kennedy, was the 3
200 E. Call Street but was Norfolk Va. for several !
G. R. SANDERS I Special at Regular Admission Starke months before his discharge. With oldest'member of the family there. KOCH'S

Prices his wife, the former Hazel Kersey, He will be ninety-four in September. -;3 You At Ifs Cool

.. he is living at present in the Paul The oldest brother who lives

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SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDArYYYYTVTVTTTYTYYYTTTTYTYl
FRIDAY, JULY SO, 1951
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ship." Mrs. T. J. Alderman was fin were in Starke Saturday. YTTTTTTTTTTTYYTTTYYTTYY' were enjoyed by about 35 CARD OF THAXKS said Complaint
will be
taken suit for divorce
young, as cen- I
I elected all over chairman for Loren Brown was overcome by folks. Refreshments of I would like to thank all of our fessed by you. I. has been filed against you la the
HAMPTONby Bradford" County.A the heat on Thursday while work BAYLESS HIWAY cake and cokes were served by' friends for their kindnesses, flowers once Tills each notice week::>kin bit published above named Court and cause and
for four consecutive you are required to serve of
a
covered dish dinner was served ing in the woods. His daughter, Mrs. Norman, assisted by her I and cards rendered to my ,weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph your answer or pleading to the copy com-
Miss Annie Brown of Starke, came mother, Mrs. W. T. Crosby. Bar- wife during her illness. plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA in the school cafeteria at noon. to care for him. by Mrs O. E. Crosby hated this 13 day of July. 1954. T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla.,
After dinner two 4-H girls gave bara received many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chart A.Darby and file the original in the officeof
Short Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas ..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&Vacation Rev. H. C. Martin made a busi- I Clerk of the Circuit Court the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
talks the
interesting on NOTICE TO APPEAR !By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk71164t,6 or before the 9 day of August, 1J54;
and 4-H After the visited Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Gray ness trip to Montgomery early !. Clrrait Coart. otherwise
The County Council of Home Course Camp. Bible School began at Bradford CoiBtr. the allegations of said
and family at Jacksonville Sun last week. He reports that it is Florida la Chi art FT. Complaint will be taken as con ,
Demonstration Clubs at the meeting was adjourned the entire Bayless Highway church I '
met
I Mondayfor
Leroy Holmes Plaintiff, Dealia fessed by
vs. NOTICE TO APPEAR you.
:day and attended church services as hot, if not hotter, there thanit
Heilbronn School on Tuesday of group made a short tour to two a two weeks session under the Holmes Defendant. la rirralt Court Bradford Coaaty. This notice shall be published once
'with them. is here. We certainly are thank-. Case I Florida la C'..<< each week for i
this week. different homes inspecting an Out- direction of Miss Dorothy Holland, Xo. 10-596 rr.: four consecutive ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dyal of the ful for the wonderful showers we i Kotire To Appear.To !Andrew Jay MoDaniel Plaintiff, vs. weeks in the Bradford County Tele
door Grill and Pine walk. I
Straw
a of Atlanta
The meeting was called to order Ga. If the children : Dealia Holmes, whose residence Mabe A. McDaniel, Defendant.Cae graph. '
On Thursday evening of last Farm Colony spent Saturday with I. haven't already enrolled, they can have been having. and address is: Unknown No 10-593 Dated this 7 day or July. 1934.
:Mrs. Lois Cox with
by president, week Mrs. J. W. Home, Mrs. Don their daughter and family, theB. next week. School I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were Ton are hereby notified that a I I Notice Ta AppearTo OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
at 9
begins a. suit for divorce
Mrs. Harley of Lawtey leadingthe Mabel A Mi Daniel, hose Clerk of the Circuit Court
Hill, Mrs. Frank Williams and W. Roarks: im.I and ends at noon. Children !visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bishop has been filed against YOU in the reMdrmr and address,-. l"nkn..wn. Py Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk
devotions. Mrs. George Williams were hostesses The electric storm on Satur- from beginners through intermediates -I Thomas of Lacrosse one day last above named Court and cause and.1 You are berebnotified that a I 7 S 41 7.:3ALVAREZ'
I you are required to serve a copy of I
After the
business
regular meet-!. to a shower for Mrs. Dur- day afternoon played havoc at are eligible to enroll. ,week. your answer or pleading the com'

ing members who attended the wood Dortch, formerly Miss Jose- the home of H. W. Baker, two Little Judy Haislop is attending Thought for the week; If God is plaint E. K on Ferryman the Plaintiffs Starke Attorney Florida h

Short Course at Gainesville gave phine Thomas, at the City Hall. burners on their electric stove Youth Camp at Branford this for us, then who can be againstus and file the original in the office i STORE Established 189 t I
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court :
on
brief talks on different things decorated with burned out and it
tables
The were were damagedsome week. ? or before the It day of August .
that they had learned, which were lace and plastic cloths and theseason's of the wiring.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly spent! 1954; otherwise the allegations of ..,. iiiI
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very interesting.The
flowers. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis and the first part of the week in Tallahassee -
other counties in the state Mrs. Dortch received many lovely daughter, Wanda, of Starke spent attending the annual tax GOT EVERYTHING! Give her

are saving "pennies for Friend- gifts. Thirty-nine adults and Sunday with the U. D. Dyals. collector's convention.Mr. an Esterbrook pastel purse pea t
several children were present. and Only $%.37 at Bradford County
Dan Loper of Theressa was a Mrs. K. A. Holly and

I Cake and lemonade were served caller here Saturday.Mrs. Miss Mary Alyce Crosby were I Telegraph.

by the hostesses. visiting Mrs. Holly's parents and '
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S I Verna Young has been on -
.
other relatives in Columbus, Ga., !I - ---p.--- -- 4Wash
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas and the sick list. __ I
son, James, were Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen and Alabama last weekend. Your Clothes I

JUST ONEFRIGID.AIRE dinner guests of their daughterand called on his uncle, Frank Brannen, Lois Newman has been enjoyinghis

son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dur- at Lake Butler Sunday aft@rnoon. vacation from his duties at 9 Pounds

wood Dortch at Gainesville.: Rothella Jones of the Jacksonville the prison farm. I

Made only by General Mrs. Betty May and daughter, Naval Station was home Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Edmondsonand For 40c!

Motors Corp. All other Melody, are spending the weekin day evening for supper with the children, of Theresa, were visiting -i ea
Electric Refrigerators are Starke. family. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby FREE Bleach If Desired! trade and save'no !

Sunday.Mr. .
made by ether companiesand Dick Williams of Tampa spent I Mr. and Mrs. Glen McIntosh. asye aronss
and Mrs. Claude of 0
Woody,
cannot use the word the weekend here with Mrs. Wit.I spent Monday in Daytona.Joe .
JacksQnville, were visiting his
Frigidaire. ""
liams. Fort Lauderdale We Will
Oliver of
brother and sister-in-law, :Mr. and
Rf
I .
Mr. and Mrs. John Hammondof spent a few days the first of Mrs. H. B. Your ClothesFor
Kelly, Saturday.Mrs. Dry
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Crystal Lake were Saturday the week with his nephew, \V. A. O. E. Crosby and daughter, ld rStiIii.
dinner guests of their parents, his 20cIn
Saxon and family. He was on Don\yAveon
made
Beverly, a business trip to
? ? Mr. and sister:Mrs.Willow W. W.Ruth.Hammondand way to Knoxville, Tenn. to meet Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday.We New Automatic Driers! _
been in Cal-
has
Mrs. Oliver who
THEN SEE heard that little Vicki Byrd, I
Earl Matchett was -in Gaines- ifornia caring for a new grand-
who is confined in St. Luke's hos- I ,
E. H.. SMITHTenth ville Saturday.Mrs. child. pital is slowly improving. We are: .( ; -' : ', fi
-
J. Alderman and Mrs -
T.
Mrs. R. O. Simmons entertainedher very glad to hear this good news. f
W. W. Hammond were business nieces, Jacque and Janice ol I Birthday Party i The Washeteria ,y'e're ready to : ff

aRd Temple Are. callers in Waldo Friday after- Jacksonville for two weeks. Mr. I Mrs. F. M. Norman entertained I give you a real traele-In

Starke, Fla. noon. and Mrs. Simmons have moved her daughter. Barbara Jean, on Temple A\"e. Starke.ITffb ) '( __
I C. A. Cox and Walter Grif-, from the Santa Fe Tower bach her sixteenth birthday Friday ;)f ;deal n"y u7 old, t

-- to their home above town. :Mr night with a party Outdoor games treael-hare tires. s
and Mrs. L. T. Johns and family.i l' :

moved to the Tower house II and' .i it
have /1)I .,
L00 = where Mrs. John's is attending, : t,
p
'
the Tower. 'I 'e. 11

daughter Mrs. ,Clarence Mrs. K. B.Cooper Watterson and, : / \ FOOD FREEZER! I I Replace.them Rara.with rti I'' 1

and Dahalia Jones were touring i I BRAND r"- ; +i
ffAND-WROUGHT Saturday. They visited Mrs. Coop- NEW t. GULF "'< I ,

= er's grandmother at Cross City : II '' t
fNAILSWERE USED-- They also visited Shamrock and -t- TRAFFIC TIRES \ .. I

I' AS MONEY IN I various other places. 1 1r II i iat

[COLONIAL NEWENGLAND. Mrs Leland Bedenbaugh is on'' e a special = i2

[ MANY the sick list. 1 j low sale price! ..

'HOUSE WAS BURNED TO Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown and I e +. c

son Randy, were in Gainesville ,
SAVE THE NAILS WHEN A I
I _
and St. Augustine Tuesday. 1 .1
SETTLER MOVED ONTO / callings ,
Mrs. D. W. Swindell was i '
'I %
on friends in town Saturday p. m.l' t :
THIS DAY, NAIL SIZES ARE \
//J Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Matchett Counterbalanced Ud Thermometer PRICED : '
MEASURED BY PENNY /
daughter, Barbara Mrs. J. L. k ". "Positive-Actisa (locking) v Two-Coat Baked Enamel FREEZER Ara LOW 1120
.cwtn STD+CAU
Williams and son, Russell, spent Latch Finish CAPACITY /
in L,. : :
Sunday afternoon Lawtey. "'Automatic Interior Light AB-Ahiminura,One Piece 389 Plus Tax

"A penny saved is a penny earned That wasa Mrs. Wesley Andrews of Starke I :" Selective Temperature .Liner. Levi
called in town on Monday.Mr. I Control
good rule in Ben Franklin's .
and .
day good and Mrs Clarence Cooperhad Removable Wire Baskets((3))Without Baskets'319-

for us too. as Thursday night dinner -
guests Rev. and Mrs R. C. Gray GULF OIL STATIONStarke

and children of Jacksonville and G. J LMCGRIFF F
Regular deposits in a savings account with our bankis :Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson.C. 'MOOR.HCJll. i Ii I

another sure way for you to get-ahead. A. Cox had a light stroke i Fla. Madison & Walnut S15.GREENE'S .

Sunday morning. I i : GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

I Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Thorntonand Call & Walnut Sts. Starke, Fla.
GULF
son, Donnie, visited :Mrs. Min- PRODUCTS

nie Marcionny Wednesday eve- Plenty Freezer Supplies


FLORIDA BANK at STARKE ning.Mrs.. Jessie Chastain and Mrs. I Lawtey, Fla. On U. S. 301'lowest

Sue
W. W. Hammond accompanied
"" and Willow Ruth to the Gaines-
Member Florida National Group ville Playhouse, Tuesday evening I

where the girls enjoyed roller


.. kating.Mrs. H. B. Wiggins! is on the

sick list.
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.____. ._ --__ _..._ .. ._ .. u_ .-. ._, Mrs. Carlton Chastain and son.
Tommy, were callers in Starkeon ,


REPAIR! REMODEL! I Due Tuesday.to bad weather, and the

.County Council, I was unable to Geo

I get around to everyone. Many .

i sent in the news and I want to
WE'LL\ ARRANGE TERMS thank those that did. .r


NOTICE TO APPEAR
14rSi I. Circuit Court, Bradford CoiBtr, YY a a
r Florida IB C a.rrrr.: V
James Daniels Baler Plaintiff. TS.
t Dorothy Elizabeth Bayer, Defend
I ant.
Case Xo. 10-539
Notice To Appear!
ToDorothy Elizabeth Bayer
v whose residence and address is: 386
Second Street Brooklyn New York.
You are hereby nl>tIed that a
cult for
Divorcehas
be..i flied against you in .he
above named Court and cause and
; you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the
complaint on the Plaintiffs
a
\ Attorney Samuel W. Getzen P
O. Cox 81, Gainesville, Florida
and file tbe original in tne office ol
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
9 day of August. 1954;
otherwise the allegations Of said
Complaint will be taken as confessor -
before the
Iii by yo .
This notice shall be publishedonce .
each week for four consecutive -"- --
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 'f
Just see what big improvements you can make for graph. \
Dated this 7 day of July, 1954. .
such small monthly payments! I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby : --
Clerk of the Circuit Court. ITS A FACT-Pontiac offers
more things
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
S A Tough Fry Asphalt Shingle Roof 7'S 4t 7/SO you want than any car in iu price range.
EE

Approx. JQ.OO Per Month! Lift the hood for one reason. That Pontiac

I engine ia one of the greatest power plants

COLONIAL of all time for thrilling action and stalwart .

Tensulate Blanket Insulation For 24' X 30' Attic Floor I dependability. ,


ADPFOX. $1 Q.OO Per Month I FLORIST Drive It and complete the proof. Pontiac's t

length and weight provide the ride and ,
( Price fiver Placed
FLOWERS \
All Materials To Add A Wing I on a room of expensive care. .


Approx. $ (). O Per Mo. 36 Months I For AD Occasions But Pontfac's price is near the lowest and

c*** t PHONE 218 jffiff Peak-Performing 1u.vul7Car well ghe you. the Lest deal in town. Come

3 in and prove -nght now!
Get those plans rolling NOW! We'll help select Materials : (j) ---

estimate costs, recommend competent workmenfor DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR YOU CUUVT* A T&

the technical jobs, arrange easy financing.

(fj
What8 more. all these services are FREE DISH GARDENS

You pay for materials ONLY! POTTED PLANTS


POTTERY


STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone Flowers ''ViredAnyzthere


45 Washington Starke, Fla.St. at S.A.L. Depot Simpson Urquhart Pontiac

Nona st. Starke
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JULY SO 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY .


heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees,, r Lots S3, 54. 59, 60 and XVi of Lots Southeast Quarter of Northeast rida, and in Deed dated May 5, 1924, Canal Timber Corporation, to tk*
creditors and other claimants by, 57 and 58 in Woodlawn and con- 'Quarter of Northeast Quarter; recorded in Deed Book 39, Page above described lands as a tee
through, under or against Ola The- taining 50 acres, more or less North Half of Northeast Quarter of 565. said Public Records simple title; and you are required
de deceased The unknown heirs said property lying in Section 12, Southeast Quarter of Northeast That portion of Northeast Quarterof to appear and serve a copy of your
Report devisees, legatees grantees cred- ,Township 5 South, Range 22 East- Quarter; Section 27, Township 5 Northeast Quarter of Southwest answer or pleading on Plaintiff
itors and other claimants by, n-adford I County, Florida, excepting South Range 22 East. Quarter. Section 21, Township 5 attorney A. J. Thomas Jr., whoa.
dnd through under or against J. E. Terry therefrom the right-of-way of South Half of Northeast Quarterof South Range 22 East; also described address is Starke, Florida, and to
also known as Julia E. Terry and the Seaboard Air Line Ry, and road Southeast Quarter of Northeast as Lot 25 of Woodlawn as file the original of your answer or
from T. J Terry her husband Ervin B. ,rfght-of-way through said Ntt of Quarter Section 27. Township 5 same is platted in the current pleading in the office of the undersigned -
Whitney whose last known addresswas ;,';Lot 57 as described in Deed dated South, Range 22 East, containing public records of Bradford CountyFlorida Clerk of Circuit Court OK
Somerville Mass., John II. Williams April 26, 1924, and recorded in Deed 5 acres more or less. said Section Township and August 16. 1954; otherwise the allegations -
and wife Rose Lewis Williams Kook' 45 Page 29. Public Records of Southwest Quarter of Southeast Range; which lies South of State of said! complaint will betaken
Harvey L. White. James L. I Bradford County, Florida. Quarter of Northeast Quarter. Section Road No. 225. as confessed by you.

Congress Ward William R. Whitehead also Lots 1, 3, 3. 4, 13, H, 13, 16, 17, 27, Township 5 South, Range Lots 25, 39, 40, 47 of Woodlawn In IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
known as W. R. Whitehead and W.M. I 18. 29, 30. 31, 32, :33.:: 34. 35. 36, 45; ,22 East, containing 10 acres, more Section IS, Township 5 South Range I this order of Publication and Nolle*
O\erstreet if alive and the unknown -,,46 47, 48, 49. 50, 63, 64 in Wood- 'or less. 22 East; containing 40 acres, more be forthwith published once each
spouse of each of them if lawn in Section 13::,, Township 5South Southwest Quarter of Northwest or less. week for four sucessive weeks la
by BILLY MATTHEWSThis alive, and if any of them be dead ( Range 22 East, and containing Quarter of Northeast Quarter. Sec- You and each of you are hereby I'Bradford County Telegraph a duly
By Ceo. T. Hugfins to the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees 250;) acres, more or less, excepting tion 27, Township 5 South, Range notified that a Bill of Complaint qualified newspaper. published In
grantees, legatees, assignees therefrom road right-of-way 22 East, containing 10 acres moreor has been filed in the Circuit Courtof said Count .
County Agent last week the House passedtwo creditors and other claimants, by, through said Lots 61 and 64 as described less. Bradford County Florida, In I' WITNESS my hand and official
Extension Senica through under or against each andevery : in Deed dated October 15, North one-Quarter of Northwest Chancery, by Canal Timber Corporation :weal at Starke, Bradford County;
Agricultural I of the most important measures of the above named persons J1953 and recorded in Deed Book 74 Quarter of Northwest Quarter as plaintiff and against you ,Florida. this July 15th. 1954.:
I' which we have considered this who are deceased; to the Chicago [Page 409 Public Records of Bradford Section 35, Township 5 South, and each of you a.. defendants that '! (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A, Darby
Off-Flat in Milk plete ration. I Florida Association Chicago Title County, Florida. ,Range 22 East (excepting there- : the nature of said suit is to quiet Clerk of Cinuit Court of Bradfor
I ? year. The first important bill and Trust Company, A. Earstein I I Lot Numbered 36 Woodlawn!from the right-of-way of S...\.. Ry. I and confirm the title of plaintiff County, Florida 7U41I.HUNDREDS /_
flavor in milk is some- Pigs or Hogs Sons, J. L. Faulk & Company, Palmer
I A good which was passed was the ForeignAid I- Section 19 and E': of Lots 53 and and the road rights-of-way described -
As to eating, do your pigs eat Brothers, Earstein and Leah- in Deed dated April 15, 195.recordt'd .
thing to be happy about. Milk Authorization bill in the man Risser and Stearns. MusherBrothers 60 Woodlawn Section 15 all I _. .-:" A. .. fl rt:' ___
much lin I Township 5 South 22 1 in Deed Book 39. Page -
Range East
but do not put on ,
naturally has a mildly sweet like hogs amount of $3.3 billions. This M. Ferst & Company, ![and containing 20-acres more or ,, 477, Public Records of Bradford fJ "
pleasant flavor. It is recognizedthat weight A wormy pig will eat up amount 40 cent Lippman Brothers, E. J. Acosta !i less, according to a map of Wood County Florida; in Deed dated June I #
I represents a per whose last known addresses was I
11, 1937, recorded in Deed Book
Tests have i lawn as recorded in the public
the majority of feeds con- your profits. proven I i reduction during the past two Savannah Georgia Woodlawn Syndicate i(records of Bradford County. Flori- I 42, Page 68, said Public Records; I

tribute to this desirable flavor that wormy pigs take 80 lbs. more and a greater emphasis is Bradford, Atlantic Lumber Company, da excepting therefrom road right- and in Deed dated October 23, 1935.record..d ,
Punk The
years County Baptist
100 Ibs. gain then un- of-way through said E'i of Lot 60i, in Deed Book 41. Page 164
more or less, for the majority of feed per placed now on helping our allies Ironir! Florida Land and Immigration as described:. in Deed dated May 19, said Public Records) said! land lying
feed flavors are desirable. infested pigs.Sodium who have proved their merit. For Company of Florida, Gro's3.Janural'turing i 1924. recorded in Deed Book 60. and being West of S.AL. Ry. track
for Company Jacksonville ,[Page 21, Public Records of and containing about: 8-acres, more of details are managed and economic-
Sudden changes in feed can Flouride is good example, such countries as Turkey, Provision Company McN'ery !ford County, Florida. L-rad-I or less.
Grocery Company, Raley-Hamhy ally attended that only a trained and
noticeable changes in worming pigs. Use one pound to will continueto !! West Half of Southwest
cause some Greece and Pakistan Company and J. L. Harvey Realty Lot 42, Woodlawn Quarter,
the milk flavor. Some feeds are 100 lbs. of DRY feed and administer receive aid. The House voted Company and their unknown successors Township 5 South, Range 22 East, Section 16, Township 7 South. Range I careful organization can attend when
trustees stockholders and 10 acres, more or less; Also, Lot 48, 22 East, containing 80.44 acres!, more the need for is at
more prominent than others in for only one day. All they can r unanimously to bar aid to any nations other claimants by through or under Woodlawn Section 18, Township or less, and lying and being in the urgent serving

their flavor factors. When such eat in 30 minutes is good treat- in the Western Pacific or them; and to all other persons 15 South, Range 22 East, 10 acres, County EXCEPT of Bradford title State of Florida. hand.
claiming any right title lien or interest more or less. to an undi'ld..dthr..efourths
things as ragweeds or bitter- ment. For smaller herds you Southeast Asia, that join in a non- in or to the following described -!j Lots 54. 5S: in Woodlawn in SecItion of all phosphate minerals -

weeds in the pasture are plentiful, would need 1-.{ pound for 25 lbs. agression pact with communistic property situate in Bradford 17, Township 5 South Range I and metals and title to an
undivided one-half of JONESPhone
all petroleumthat DeWITT C.
feed County Florida to-wit: East containing 2 -acre more I
122
off-flavors are more persistent. of feed. Be sure to keep this countries. The British have pro- less. may be in. on, or under the

The mowing machine is the best dry while pigs are eating it. Pigs posed such a pact for those areas I Lot 64 in Woodlawn in Section i I Lots :30.: 31 Section 19, Township above described land with the privilege 7 Starke, Fla.
10. Township 5 South Range 22 5 South Range 22 East to mine and develop the same, P..,. rw..w+,
remedy for that. I,may have water in separate trough of the world. The House adoptedan East a!' same is platted in Public l Woodlawn. reserved in the Board of Educationof

Family cows are often given :while they are eating treated feed. amendment requiring that 50 Records. of Bradford County, Florida I The East 520 feet of Northwest successors.the State of Florida, and their Funeral Director Ambulance Service
Quarter of Northwest
kitchen scraps. One should see I r It is poison and will kill any other per cent of the United States aid Lots 33. 26:: 37 and 38, in Section Northeast Quarter Section Quarter %of 4.1 i Northwest Quarter of Northeast

that such items as onions or gar livestock. material must be transported in 11, Township :5 South. lane 22 East Township 5 South Range 22 East Quarter and Northeast Quarter of Our local funeral home an&blM u to offer convenleieea aai
I according to plat Woodlawn, Pub- containing 8-acres, more or less, Northwest Quarter and Northwest services not otherwise avtiUble.
lic are not in the feed. Milk absorbs Pasture or LawnIf American flagships. I voted for lic Records of Bradford County. excepting therefrom road rightofway Quarter of Northwest Quarter Eastof

odors and flavor of other you really want your grassto both of these proposals. Althoughnone Florida, except easement and ri*htof'a described in Deed dated October State Road Xo. 200 and that ,
)' as described m Deed dated 15 1953; and recorded in Deed I'portion of Southeast Quarter of M. II ,.
foods in the refrigerator. So the turn green and grow, give it of us in Congress are satis- February S 1927. and recorded inDeed Book 74 Page 409, Public Records of Xorthwest Quarter lying West of
cap or seal should remain closed an application of nitrogen now. fied with the progress we are Hook 42, Page 20 of the Public I''Bradford County. Florida. I Seaboard Airline Railway Section We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, tad
tjecoris of Bradford County Southwest Quarter of Southwest 12. Township 5 South. Range
accept ANY life insurance policy In force, fined by ANT
on the container. 1 Pastures that have not had recent making in our fight against communism Florida. !Quarter of Northwest Quarter, Section I 22 East. excepting therefrom the

Milk is one of our best and most i fertilization will respond well a majority of the House Lots ,55 and 56. lying East of 26. Township 5 South Range road rights-of-way described inDeed I company, as payment la part or in full on a funeral.
I state Road Xo 200 in Section 12, '22 Fast.Southeast. 1 dated April 26. 1924. recorded I I
economical foods. Handle it with to 100 pounds of ammonium nitrate recognized the fact that our Democracy Township a South. Range 22 East, I Quarter of Southeast in Deed Book 45, Page 29. I'ul.ii:', I Consultation carries no obUratlan.
care and make it a more enjoyablefood. !I per acre. You figure your is dynamic and we can't containing IS: acres more or less. Quarter of Northeast Quarter; Ri.ords of Bradford County, Flo ....'" .,. II" .. .. I'

unit I stand still. We must have a definite -
fertilizer costs in cost per I ------ ------- ---

Feed Pullets Properly of plant food. Ammonium nitrateis 'I' foreign policy and supportthe

Skimping on feed for your pul- 33 per cent nitrogen. Nitrate of President in his) fight against

lets will cost you later. Pullets I soda is 16 per cent. Pasture grasses communism. At the same time

reed fat on their bodies when they I will economically utilize 30 to many of us were very critical of ...

should be of application. our allies and there was no at-
start to lay and keptin 135 Ibs nitrogen per

good flesh. January and Feb- On your lawn, because of casein tempt made to tone-down the feel-

ruary hatched pullets are coming I spreading, you will do better ; ings that we had !about these mat-

into production now or will do so to use five or six lbs. of nitrateof ers. I think that we should not

in a short while. They have not I soda per 1000 square feet of forget that despite our disap-

obtained full growth just because area. pointments, the fighting is still :

they start to lay. They need plentyof I Grav is Popular thousands of miles away from Refreshing.wy
America and that our boys are
this
good feed to meet con- Each of us consume about 5
tinued growth. as well as that of of each I not being sacrificed now on the
1-2 tons grass year field of battle I am willing to
egg production.The enough in baled form, to fill I
I invest some of the economic
urge to lay will cause pul- about two rooms in the average -
of in
strength our country this fight I
lets to produce for a period of sized house. 1i
I against communism as long as we
of their own ...
time at the
expense
.
such
Not grass as of course. can see these results.

bodies if they don't have proper I This figure refers to grass and 'I The other important matter of '

rations. It will be followed by a i legumes used to feed the live- legislation that we discussed in

slump in production and may stock that produce so many items I the House was the farm bill which ro Know

cause a partial or complete molt.A for us. We eat hay, silage and proposed the extension of 90 percent I
ration should be I
good laying pasture in form of milk cheese farm price supports for the I 1st

kept before your pullets at all ice cream, and steaks. We wearit six basic commodities-rice, tobacco x .

times. If you do not feed a com- as shoes, sweaters socks, and corn, cotton, wheat and ..

plete ration, it will be necessary to i suits. Grass makes up over one 'peanuts-for another year. I voted I

supplement grain for maintainingbody I billions acres as a cash crop for for the extension of these 90 per
extra
weight. Sometimes our farmers. cent price supports on these crops, ,-
grain is needed even with a com- but the
House passed an amend-

ment which reduced the support .. :.:'. ..: .. : w.. ... .. tt4 1 I ; ,

price from a minimum of 90 per I S

!cent to 82.5 per cent for the six p i I
\
(commodities with the exceptionof I
,
SOIL CONSERVATION tobacco. In the talk that I \N :
tQ .
: made on the floor of the House '

N-E-W-S : about this bill I pointed out that .

many of our consumers feel that

By Bill Haagu ;'high price supports have been the

1 reason why consumers have to I

S. SOIL CONSERVATION : pay so much for the goods that I The most popular girl in the bunch

SERVICE w I they buy. This is not true. The

LdLt farmer is getting just a very small

I part of the dollar that the con-

The Board of Supervisors for I doesn't hold the grass back. sumer pays. In an 18c loaf of Snit!, "Here's a got,,' cnvryy hunch!

Soil Conservation bread the farmer's share is 2 l-2c.
the Bradford H. H. Hamilton of Lawtey is !
4 hold their monthly i For the cotton in a shirt that sells .f
District will planning a pasture program on his _
for S3.95.: the farmer
at Lloyd Green's I gets but 30c. '

meeting home, August states V., R. Ferguson, place Kingsley, located Lake on Road.the"I Lawtey-plan to I For the 5c peanut candy bar the j For girls on the go ;

I farmer gets only one-half of aj!
chairman. take about three to get
years
I cent for the peanuts. There is not i ii
The other day we were in Zedra these old fields built up and put i any appreciable increase in the I

seed cleaning house into pastures" states Mr. Hamilton i cost of goods because of mow. -- *
Hamilton's high It's re fresh inn to !:now -
He is to use lupine and .
of White going i Four generation9have
discussing the cleaning support prices. The profits go to ,t
O. Hairell hairy indigo for soil building I'I'I .
M.
Clover seed when the middle men. Our farmers need r

came up to get a sack of Giant crops. I not be too discouraged by the bill madeCocaCob

Crotalaria. M. O. states however because tobacco will still "
Striatta I That Coke is delicious triih lunch. '
good grazing from continue to be supported at 90
that he gets YOU'LL LOVE the nev Sster- per
lIe went on to say I cent of for another '
Giant Startia brook pur"e-size fountain pens is parity year ;' by far

that it helps build up his land pastel shades. Only S2.S7 at BradFORD and cotton and peanuts which are 4 -

too. COUNTY TELEGIIAFI1. [ produced in our district in considerable the most asked-for

quantities also, will be

A lot of the folks are using I NO'IK'K: lit IPIM\II ( supported at a price not lower soft drink ,
cut
the District's weed chopper to 1. Circuit Court. HrmlfurU Count>, than 82.5 cent. I
[ per
their fields Leaton Morgan and I Florida: la ( .....<-.r'. in the world.
up Plaintiff vs. i
Frances M Repella
Marklee Starling used the chopper I William RepelU\ IVft-mlaiit. I I

on tnelr tobacco fields. "Big Boy" ('a.-.. \... 10-SOS oars IVunett. J. X Bostlck and hIs : iii. ,
around \.""<-e Tapprar I wife, Mary J. Uwtivk. also known '
Prevail used the chopper To: William Kepella. w ho!'e residence a.. M. I. Bustick whose last known ':
some ponds and out in the woodsto and address i isPFC; William ,address was Berrien County Georgia -,
Repella.. US. 1010 3SSI Company A3S knownas
under Edward Crawsbaw, also '
the rough
cut down : MP. Battalion A.P.O. 1861 Edmond Crawshaw, and wife
growth before putting in pasture.Ben ,I r.; Postmaster. New York. New York I II Laura F. t'raw..baw, whose lat 6o
I You are hereby. notified that a known address was St. Louis Slo.
Milt for i Joseph Crawshaw. A. J. Campbell
Holtzendorf whose placeis i _
i Divorce and restoration of' Scott Strong and James William.- r t
located out on the Row ell Lake I I maiden name Trustree of thr Methodist Episcopal
Coastal'Bermuda against in the Church North of Burrin Station andtheir
Road. got enough i has been filed you I
i office such
and successors in as
and cause
al>o\e named Court :
to plant a nursery Frances Drumm and >
runners I you are required to serve a copy ofyour : S. P. Cauthea
be- pleading to the : Harold Drumm, her husband, whose .
After the nursery plot i answer or
plot the Plaintiffs I last known address was Newark.
complaint on
comes established Ben will be Ohio; Thomas IMXon, O. M. Evans
Attorney William Li. Morgan I R. Earle Jr.. r
J.
Lucy A. Emerson
able to get all the planting ma- 507 Clark Building, JaCk"ou-1 also known as John R. Earle Jr.,
terial he will need to put out more ,'ilIt'. Florida J. C. Edie also known as John C _
Ben said. Tve seen and file the original- In the office I I Edie, JiuneH.. Fuss individually. bed
pastures. of me Clerk of the Circuit Court on I and as Trustee \\oodlawii Syndicate -
Coastal Bermuda growing up in 01 before theM and his wife Lillian \\ '
and it sure makes a fine da> of August 1954; Foss, also known as Lillian Fos, |I
Georgia: otherwise the allegationof said whose last known addresses were ,,
When feel the need for bit of
pasture and hay grass." Complaint will be taken a. conexaed Cambridge Mass, David Floyd, 11'1 j you a quick on
( by you. whose last known address "
whose farm This notice shall be published; Winthrop Mass, W. T. Graham j I
Freeman Register once each week for four consecutive .Elmas Norris and E. S. Crawford s F
is located near the Santa Fe fire I weeks in the Bradford Count Tele Executors under the Will of Levi N. energy, ifs wonderful !how Coca-Cola brings you
District's roto- graph. Morris, dec-eased, and their successors -
used the
tower t Dated this 15 day of July. 1954 .. J. W. Uaakins. John Alexander I
cycle mOwer to cut down weed (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby 'Irahani. James L. Gates, Thomas -
Clerk of the Circuit Court B Haml>y and Wife Emma
competition in his new Pensacola Cy Marian 1* Crosby, Deputy Cl rk. liamby. John L. Harvey and \\ M.I, back so refreshed so quickly and with as few
Bah.a pasture. 7. 23 4-t S.'131fcp Emma G. lIan....). Erastus G. Hill "
individually and as Trustee, LY.
about mowing Circuit ('ullrt Of Ike Eighth Ilagg. W. E. Knight Alexander
Talking more II.Judicial t Ireuil Of Florida 1. And Kelley, Samuel C. Lane, also known calories as half an juicy grapefruit.
ot pastures J. R. Wainwright I For Bradford fou IJJIn a.. Sam'l C l
states he has very little dog fennelin I (.......r'. FHanche .Naught, whose lastknown r
address Zanesville.
Timber Corporation ) was
his pastures this year after I.(Canal Plaintiff, 1 Ohio, Thomas. UcXaught and Opal I I.
his wifewhose last
them twice before they vs. ) McXaueht.
mowing I Florida Land and Immigration ) known address was Norfolk, Virginia Coke i is natural hit meals. I
seeded: out last year. Company of Florida, > Donald L. McKay, J. D. Mc- a n II
) ,Lemore. W. M. Montgomery, Mrs :'
et al., I
Emma Mitchell Lazarus :Mohr individually -
Morris Carter who lives in the Defendants. ) !
QUIET TITLE, ETC. and as Trustee, whose ,
Heilbronn Community put in a re I ORDER OK PIBLIC1TIOX AUI Ust known address was Chatham j

quest for a soil and water conser I i NOTICE 10 IFPKtK County. Georgia, Albert E. Miller, 3'i i
!
The Mate 111 Florida| Tel Wm. H. Martin Jr., GeorgeY..
vation farm plan.A I George J. Arnold Leroy Daniel !Major. Fred Milton, The unknown' ,
(Arnold Daniel T. Atwood. John S. j heirs, devisees legatees, grantees,1
complete soil-and-water con',l nnett, also known as J. S. Bennett 'creditors and other claimants by, .'
and Carrie B. Bennett his through, under or against Levi N.
servation farm plan was delivers I Samuel Parks A.
''wife Thomas J. Burrin. also known Xorris. decl'ued.
to M L. Lawson, whose farm ii::,I as Thomas; J. Burren; and his wife ,IJ. Powers. T.V.. Puts also knownas
the Brown.!'Jvnette E. Burrin. also known as Thos. W. Pitts. 31 I. Y. Kaley. Elizabeth BOTTIEO t'NOEZ AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COtA COMPANY BY
located two miles out 'Jennett E. Burrin J. W. Leaker, Reed, James \. Sherman,
lee Road. "M. L." has plantev:I whose last known address was I whose lat known address was
Pensacola Bahia in his pecan grov<;>1 Fraieysburg. Ohio. George S. Baxter, 'Keene Xew Hampshire, Frank _0Iallart. STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
tdgar C. Long and Walton Ferguson : Max Stern individually ,
and he says that he is gettin.p Jr.. Co-partners doing business and as trustee Maiy Silva. JosephB 0 1154. THE COCA-CDtA COWAN
grazing from the grass an<1 I under the firm name and style of Siukrl I. A. SliaU.'iuh. Augusta "Cols" ii o rej .)e-eJ trole-.fork.
,
good U S. Baxter and Company cUieiue Miiniiirrt.'n' 1 a.'" D. smith G E 4
that the shade from the trea$1 D. KUke.lee, H. P Benner. Ji El- Snvdea, M .,u.rrs. The unknown







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STAKKE Ft.OIUD.\ 1951FARMER'SIJ
FRIDAY, JULY 30


'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 'YyyYYyyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyy birthday dinner honoring her father -' of you. and you are hereby :14. run thence North S3 degrees 0 degrees 1C min, 45 sec. East 400 acre, more or less, exclusive ot exIsting -

on his 74th anniversary.Ladies ,notified and required to serve a copy 41 mm. 15 sec East { 53.i7 feet, runtheme feet to the Point of B"ginning.150, road right of way.
of your Answer or other pleading North 89 degrees 58 mm. 5! Torode
A parcel of land for borrow pit Is Owned By: Pauline
I LAWTEYbjr \ I of the Lawtey Home tu 'the Complaint herein on Plaintiff sec. east 550.23 feet to the East line haul road lying each side of

Demonstration Club attended a I s attorneys Williams & Futch, 'of said Section 14 at a point 3% feet and within 10 feet of k haul sun N.. 102: Lateral Ditch Left
P. O Pox 18S Starke. Florida and Northerly from the Southeast cornerof road center line described as I of Ma I ton 414-1-08.6 (Part>)>
DIARY L. II. FutohAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA County Council meeting at Heil file the original Answer or other said Section 14 The land herein follows: That part of.SE :

bronn Tuesday, enjoying a covered- pleading in the office of the Clerkof I described containing 0.35 acres, Beginning on the South side of I of SWi4 of SEW of Sc.:Uon
the Circuit Court in and for more or less extlusive of eXisting Borrow Pit No. 8, as described aboveat 14. Township 5 South Range ::*
dish luncheon at the noon hour. Bradford County. Florida, on or before road right of way. a point 150 feet South 83 degrees East.

Tbe author will be glad to receive 4 Misses Jackie Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Devore and the 9 day of August A.D., 1S54. Is Owned B> : Ray Atwell and Rose 43 mm 15 sec. West from the Southeast lying each side of and within 33
and Connie Harley if you fail to do so, Deiree ProConfesso _"'Atwell his wife
I .
Items of Interest concernIng corner of said Borrow Pit No. feet of a lateral diuh ;enturline,
; 3 entertained with a lawn party children accompanied by her will be taken against you I 8. run thence :South: 0 degrees 16 said ditch centerline being described :

the activities of farmers In .... [ at the home of their parents Mr. mother, Mrs. R. H. Futch, spent I for the relief. demanded by the ItU No. G'5 1US it Of Way inin. 45 sec. East 350 feet to.the end as follows: Commencing on the
Bradford County. Suggestions may I Complaint.It That part of: of Haul Road. ALSO. East line of Section 14. Township
be left at the : and :Mrs. H. C. Harley, on Thurs- the weekend with the W. H. is hereby ordered that this Notice SW 4 of Lot 14 of Woodlawn ]. A parcel of land for borrow pit 3 South, Range 22 East at a point
Telegraph office or Pringle family in Sanford.I I i shall be published once eath Subdivision in Section 1$. To".n.l.bip drain lying each side of and 32 feet Northerly (mu the Southeast -
day of last week honoring
;, evening week for four consecutive week in
mailed to 5 South 22
Sam Range : ,
McGarvey, Lawtey within 10 feet of a ditch. centerline corner of said Section 14 run
Miss The W. M. U. of the First Baptist the Bradford County Telegraph .a according to plat recorded
I Gladys Kemp who was in i 1 I described as follows: thence Xorth S9 degrees! 5IJ mm i;:
By Sam returning to her home in Savannah -I Church met with Mrs. A. C. weekly newspaper published in Plat Book I, page 1, public I beginning on the West side of Borrow sec. West 556.23 feet, run thence
McGarveyAAAAA..AAAAAAAAAA..AA.A..A.AIIIIIIA.IAAA..Aj Starke Bradford
County, Florida. records of Bradford
I County, Pit No. 8 as described above at North 89 degrees 4J mm 1" se'"
I Ga., after a two weeks vacation Pearce for the regular program Witness my hand and the seal of I :Florida a point 50 feet: South 0 degree 1C I West 1074.17 feet to the POINT OF

with relatives and friends in meeting Tuesday of last week. our said Circuit Court at Starke lying North of and within 50 feet nun 45: sec. East from the Northwest I[BEGINNING of ditth oenterlme.
I Bradford County, Florida. this the of the surve) line of State Road corner of said Borrow Pit No. I run thence North U! degrees 0)$

Sorrow came to our family recently least get some melons Lawtey.Mr. Refreshments were served at the I 3 day of Julv A.D.. U,4.O..Il.UL S-125, Se.-tion 2S54. said survey line 8, run thence South 8* degrees 3! mm. 45 sec West !tl';; feel run
for seed.
and Mrs. E. M. Thomas and close of the program. ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby being described as follows: Begin- min. 15 set- West 107 feet to the thence North S degrees. I.. I-KI 1>
when Sam's brother-in-law S S SHave Clerk of said Circuit Court ning on the West line Section 18. end of said ditch centerline. sec. East 908.05; feet 11 thena >f

: Aulton Brach died in Jacksonville, started on children and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Come, Come! The D and B Bj Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Township 5 South Range :22 East, Containing in aggregate for BorrowPit ditch centerline. Containing Oil 2
I
a campaign of Thomas and all of Safety Merchantile Company are an- I. 7/9 4t 7/301 at a point t>26.7 feet Southerly from No. 8, Haul Road and BorrowPit acres. more or less ..xIu.J\"t "it xistmg -
after a long illness. We stayed rebuilding our chicken son the Northwest corner of said section drain .
business. 3 $82!! acres more or less. road right of wax .
with Clara and Rose Ella for a Frank and the boys re-nailed some Harbor, were guests of the C. R. nouncing the opening of a general. la The Circuit Court Of The EighthJudlrlal 18, .run thence South 00 degrees .!ttmm. Is Owned B>: Pauline Torode. Is Owned By: Ray _\t" !H "ua Rose
merchandise store in the building (irrult In And For II rail- 45 set. East 184.09 feet to Atwell, his wife.
week.
Crews last
few days to try to comfort them of the boards on the laying house, family ford louBlr Florida. ,the beginning of a curve concave to !SHU No. IH l.atpraIIH..1t Left of
next door the Shuford Service
to
but there is little that one can do and cleaned it up generally. We Mr. and :Mrs. Elton Davis, of Law >0.PRADFORD the Northeast having a radius of !>fa ton lsr.t-22.1: (Part) !sill A*. 10.t Lateral Ditch Left
station. Said formal to beheld 572.96 feet, run theme Southeasterlyalong
Jacksonville, were Sunday guestsof opening COUNTY ) That part of .f MafittH 414--O.S.Ii (Part)
In a time like that. It makes us hope to get about 300 pullets said cUrtbrough a total
FLORIDA,
a politicaluhdivislon ) >
S\V
Saturday at which time the 4 of Lot 14 of WoodlawnSubdiv That part of
realize how mortal we are and started his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry ; of the Stateof > central angle of 8S! degrees 3a mm.a "
and then build 1
up to the .. i>K>n Plat Book page .
distance of of M E' .t Mn
community is in- 'ed to attend and Florida, ) of 885.83 leet to the end NE'i SWi ,
that we should lead better lives. point here we have enough to Davis. Petitioner, ) I of said curve, run thence South SS 1, public records of Bradford 14. Township o :-"mh lunge
In- enjoy free lemr"' ade, also draw- County, Florida, 22 East
Miss Hilda Crews went to degrees 11 mm. 45 sec. East ,
) Notice Of
make I
S S lying each side of and
a living. within 15
held. 4724.78 feet the I lying each side of and h-i ','J
for door zes will be 1 to East line of said w
S S S dian River Beach last week for ings p TS. ) I feet of a lateral ditch centerline .
Section 18, at a point 132.f (eet.South..rl teet of a lateral tin. h > t n > < line
Once again we're back at the Look elsewherp in the for ) Rule :Mil I. desiiihed as follows Commencingon
I paper .
brother said ditch centerline lie ib.ih-
extended visit with her I ) from the :Northeast corner ng
an KltSE ATWELL et ].
a )
of fence in the East line of Section 14 Township
Repaired a .
strip
old grind of messing around with the "Big "Announcement." The Defendants of said Section 18. The land herein ed as follows: Commen. ing .ID the
H. C. Crews and family. ) 5 :South: Range 22 East at a
front I described East line of Section T" fJ
of our home recently and Notice Of Eminent I (contains 0.361 acre more 14 w ushipSouth.
It's been so dry Friday Domain I'r..p.d.laat"l point 3963.8
runner plants. will for business feet Northerly front
Mrs. C.V.. Colson of Starke, store open or less, exclusive of existing road Range :2/! East it a n m <:i:,
think it looks lot better. We the Southeast
we're afraid the we a of corner of said Section feet from th, Smirhiast.
that runnerswon't 9 o'clock. light vvav. Northerly
I morning at IN TUB NAME AND BT
used the old wire, and that is a I sponsored a Stanley party in the UITHE AUTHORITY I 1: Owned i!> Carlton Grandon Williams. IS. run thence North 89 degrees corner of said Setti. .. M run
root but we've waited as STATE 01'LOU-I 11 mm. 45 West
!sec 1S960 feet to ,
of Mrs. James Waters Thursday thence North 89 degitt- s 111"1''
headache. Like lots of folks along home \QTICF.Notue IDA the POINT OF IfEGINNlNG of ditch
off I ,
before West
long as we can raking j-ec. 550.23 feet i .n :none
I
t
week. that the To All Whom It May Concern to I
evening of last is hereby given centerline run thence North 0 degrees ,
the would take the !Mill No. 73 North 89 4t 1 <
highway we Right of Way degrees nun t'Wr..t
some of the beds, so it's now or I partnership heretofore subsisting all persons and parties having or i 4k nun. 16 sec. East Si feet.
sister Miss That 107017 feet the IMi.V;; )5'
and part of: to !
fence but 'I Donnie Boyett Henry G.Griffi' claiming any right, title interest, I thence
undersigned North
away completely, we between the run 19 degrees 39 min.
never for this coming season. Lot 24 of Woodlawn Subdivision BEGINNING of ditch tenteihne run
i
of Lake City, DaP. Griff and James estate, mortgage or other lien to or 15 K
Danna Sue Boyett, set. 'st C32 feet to the end of
want to get a good fence aroundour I in Section 18, Township 5 thence North 12 degree >l" .JII. 4?
Anyway, from now on there'll always I J.. Waters heretofore (carrying on on those certain panels of ditch centerline. Containing 0.218acres. ..
O. J. S"l'"e't
Mrs. Boyett 1 South 22 91.95 feet hem
Range run :
East
accompanied by according
do with home, and then we can turn [business as Onffis RrI>l>. Grocery at land hereinafter described and the more or less, exclusive pf;
be to .
something to Plat recorded in Plat Book North a degrees 13:! nun I I lof Valdosta, Ga., were visitingthe Lawtev, Florida. has been dissolved following persons together with all I road right of way. .
Leo loose at night, and he'll be 1. page J. public records of East 903.05 feet to the t.id; .c di'" btenterline
the berries; it's not too long off Saturday.Miss by mutual consent a!' and from the unknown persons claiming by I Is Ow ned By: Carlton Grandon .
family on I.Tadford ( [ 0 it
Ed Durban Count Florida Containing i' -s
and better able to discourage prowlers. 16th day I>f July 1S34. All debts through or under known person who Williams
from time to fertilize each less.
now lying side! of and within 50 more or
Durban of Jacksonvillewas by the said late are dead or who are not known to
S S S Betty due to and owing
feet of Is Owned ,
the survey line of State By: Rose Atwell .laitesWilliams
make the beds. be
up also home for the weekend. firm will be receded and paid respectively dead or alive: Road S-125 Section 2354, said survey !Mill %.. Kit Lateral Uiti-h Left of and Josephine Mv ,.: df
Speaking of fences, we checkedthe by James J.atf'rs who Names and Residences Section .
S Sd line being described Matiun Sitt-i-iMI. heirs of Rosetta illiamdi
Mr. and :Mrs. L. H. Futch, accompanied nil! continue to carry on the said :2S5I-(1JO-I51( State Road S-125, as follows .
fence which we put up a few firm ofLi. Bradford County. Beginning on the West line of Sec \A) That part of: ceased and by the unkn"' :. hi "isof
Right now our farm is at a using treated pine by A. D. Crosby. of ,busmev under the style& Market.or tion 18, Township 5 South, Range Lot :31 of Woodlawn subdivisionin Rosetta Williams. detea
years ago L. Waters Grocery
low point of production. We're Starke, and 0. J. Dukes of Lake Dated this 16th day of July. A.D. Ray At well 22: East at a point 636.7 feet South- Flat Book I, page 1. public
posts, and it is in very good shape. I !912 Northwest Cth Street erly from the Northwest corner of records of Bradford Count, TAKE XOTU'E That a l I. aia

picking a little okra, and of course Mac Griff helped us put up the Butler, were among the interested 1951. Henry G GriffiiPave Fort Lauderdale, Floridanm.t' said Section 18, run thence South Florida in Section 14, Township tion of Taking has! been i ,ten n.
we're getting eggs and milk and visiting the tobacco : C Griffis 00 degree :36: nun. 45 setEast 5 South, liange 2: East the above styled 1,111-1 l.i t in. 'i.titioner .
fence, and he kidded us about the spectators Atwell 184.09 feet to the beginning of aturve lying each side of and within Iiif..t the acqiinmK aunt 0"1. .t
L. Waters '
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raising beef but otherwise this skinny treated pine posts, and said I market in Lake City on Wednes- James 7/2J 2t 7/30 912 Northwest 6th Street concave to the Northeast having of a ditch centerline described these proceedings, of il.I t tI t, ig if

is a time when we have to live day of last week. Fort Lauderdale, Florida a radius of 572.96! feet run a.s follows: Commencing on the the above described laml. n*
he would push them down in a .. thence Southeastern along saidcurve Vest line of :Section: 14, TownshipS : purpose set forth III tin i I" .min
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fur the most part out of the free- We'll have to get Mac over I Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Wells and .NOTICE TO Al-rr.n John D Rogers, through a total central angleof ;; :South: Range 22 East, at a point' this cause viz IIKhl ., AX .
year. Con t7.
zer. We have it pretty' well loaded. Ann and Nina.: !. Circuit Court. Bradford I 512 North taSalle Street, S.< degrees! :15:; nun a distance of :25; feet Northerly from the Southwest drainage ditches, Iminu ]i' ".
to look at the fence and see if daughters, Mary Florida In (1..rp. 8X583 feet to the end of said curve, corner of said :Section 14. run row pit dram and hu.l! > .i and it is a blessing to be able to he that the treated postsare lof Okeechobee spent the weekend Pauline Kathleen lif>\elate. Chicago Illinois: run theme South 11:1 degrees 11 mm theme North 89 degrees 43 in in. 15set. a portion of State 1,1\: : s_1 _

eat fresh vegetables from our own agrees I with her mother, Mrs. Effie Miner. V... James Monroe Case l."\ Plaintlff'l Carlton Grandon. Williams, 45; setEa!'t 4;:!4.711 feet to the .. East 1571 feet to the POINT OF in Bradford ('utility. FI"I.L i l. ,and.,
a good idea. fendant 1 E }). Carr East line of said Section 18. at a BEGINNING of ditch centerline run that one of the Judg>'t t It -
"store". S S S Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr., of Notice To \pposr. I I 110 Park Place point 1325 feet Southerly from the thence North 0 degree 16 nun. 45 tuit Court m the I'.igl: !tli I liidi at
S I ToJameo Monroe Ijovelace. Northeast corner IIfaid Section IS .set-. West 46 feet, run thence North 1'ircuit of Florida will .ti :ii. <1..>
this week I I Brooklyn New York
Summertime is here, good old Anthony is spending whose! residence! and address Is: The land herein described contains :27 degrees 2t mm la sec. East 254 of August A.D. It54! ; .n .J, .i 1'o'clock 4

For the third year in a row, lazy swimming and fishing and with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Care of Nelson and Elizabeth Love- Pauline Torode, a widow, 0.503 acres, more "i. I".,,. extluMveof feet to the end of ditch centerline. in the afteinoon I HI nCircuit
Point.
!9-\V Stune .
lace Houte Couit Chambei s n>
existing road
right of II 111-
after calving Joy showed C. F. Carter. I:Starke: Florida way. Containing 0.171 acre more or less .
right
doing nothing time. The cows New YikYou I I Is Owned Bv: John D Rogers.. exclusive of road right of wa>". ford County Court llou- ,u .4r., K .

signs of going to pieces, but as take it easy. the chickens stand Mr. and Mrs J. L Lloyd of are Hereby notified that a James Williams whose residence is ALSO, I Florida consider said 1 I... .' t

last we know what to do Heilbronn friendsin suit for unknown I Mill ,... Ss Borrow" Pit :No. S of Taking. appoint '\11/| i .i .11I> "Id
calling on
year around blowing the birds ruffle were DiMVree. custodx. control and make such orders alii.I .- < -",n! <\. .'msproper.

about it. This time, however, we up their feathers and hunt a Lawtey Saturday of last week. support of minor child ,Josephine Myers, whose residence is Jlorrol'iI Borrow Haul Pit Drain Road and (II) Lateral-1Ul-l-tiJ.lt Ditch: left: of Ma I ion All parties to t th.. 'd'l, ; tint.

called the of Dr. Mr. Mrs. Steve Starling and has been filed against you In the unknown Left of Ma I ion 3...:;O all parties interested m.o ipp u
on good services Nature advisesus and That part .r. .
breeze-in fact, all above named Court and cause and I That of and be heard at tin urn .'1"1 I"., t'
Mullins, our new "vet" and Doc and hunt the. children spent Saturday of last are required to serve a copy of part : Lot :32 of Woodlawn Subdivision designated.
to take it you The unknown heirs devisees
,
easy 1,
to the grantees I Lou.8 and 29 of WoodlawnSubdivision Plat Book 1, page public .
gave Joy a bottle of dextrose, shade. week in Jacksonville. your answer the or Plaintiffs pleading |i and other claimants under I Plat Book 1. page records of Bradford County. You and each of v "n .\1 i > h. <>:rv

and the old gal picked right up Friends of Mrs. J. T. Reddish complaint AttorneSamuel on W. Getzen, Iu etta Williams, deceased the I 1. public records of Bradford Florida in Section 14, Township commanded the to apptai l I.\ hii.MUMK i ,m-,.
answer .to
names and petition 't > "
Gainesville, Florida I respective residence ofeaih County, in Section 14, Township 5 South Range 22 East. .
again. In fact, for a cow that S S SOur egret that she had the misfor- and P file. O Box the SI.original In the officeof of whom ate unknown. I 5 South, Range 22 East described 'jiving each side of and within 15 court filed in on this or before cause in the tin.:i. .div in Ira,f

was supposed to have a nail in tune of stepping on a rusty nail Clerk of the Circuit Court on as followsComment ; feet of a ditch centerline describedas ..
the
Section "
staying in pretty, 25:;;4-(150)- 5 I-State Road .ins on the West line of follows Commencing on the West August 1954 t<> .II"I IIa! r ign

her heart, she is doing exceptionally cows are one day last week and is now or before daof the .August 1JJ4! ;; ; ::).12-P.I.adford I ; County :Section: 14, Township 5 South Range line of Settion 14. Township 5 South title. interest or Inns \i, .,,
t fine. good shape, thanks to some rains: from infection because 2:1:! said !9'111o.. .Tt Kight of Way 22 East at a point :25;; feet Northerly Range :22/ East, at a point 25 feetNortherly of you, have in and (I" .tin .t t the
suffering the allegations tr That above described lands .uul shi,
I otherwise part of: w
which have the some Ifrom the Southwest corner of ....idiit..tion from the Southwest cor- .
given grass
S S SOur of it. Complaint will be taken as confessed SE', of SW'', of SEt of Section [: 14, run thence North 89 degrees ner of said Section 14. run thenceNorth cause why the sanwi''tutu II > u
new growth.. We keep Joy and by you. 14. Township 5 South Range 43 mm. 15: sec. Hast 125 M degrees 41 min. 15 sec. taken for the Uses .unl 1'1'" | '.'(
Leo .has The L. H. Futches were in Mid- This notice shall be publhhedlonce 22 forth in the petition fiinl, I In. > i,
watchdog some in the house pasture, where I j four'conaecu- I East I feet run them North 0 degrees 16 East 244).4? feet to the POINT OFIBEC.INNIXC t
Daisy
,.
sores on his back, which a friend : dleburg Friday evening of last each week for County lying .I\.h side of and within 50 I mm 4i; .et'. West 40il( feet to the OF HITCH CENTERLINE WITNESS my hand .11 lit this ,ii
thin. but: I the Bradford feet of aid Court thi :1 i in .
the pickings are pretty live weeks in of the. survey line of State Road 'Point. of Beginning of n..r.Pit Left run thence North 22 degrees on f )ujj
said were summer complaints; we supplement it with loads ol r I week attending the marriage of I Telegraph.. July. 1Iii! {. S-l-;;, Set tloll 2 5{. said surrey line \... v. run theme North K'I! degrees 16 nun. 4> ""c."e"t 7334fett. :: A.D. 1954
daof
we mixed some sulphur and lard his grand-niece Miss Maxine Dated this 15; A. Darby ht-injr ds rilietl as follows: IVpin- I.: nun li ,sr.,.. Fat t 4UO feet run run theme North 23: degrees I CHARLES \. DUJr.YClerk : .:
pea vines. Daisy is due to fresher L I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Court IIIIIK oil tl... \\est line of Se.'thin 14. Ih..... .- :North II dtgiee I lt mm. 4"se > 107' nun 4.;; se.. \\ cst 15200; feet of ('In Ult ( '"ii'1, t .it! \H'*a-
and rubbed it on. We're watchingto in a while and then when we are Frisbee at the home of her par- Clerk of the Deputy Circuit Clerk | To\v "'h| ,|> ", South Itangi :21!: I Ea't. I (. \\.si 4uo f<.et inn thenie I inn theme. Noith 41 degrees 02 nun. lord. County. Flot. id.tHolhs ,

keep screw-worms out. Lents, the Chas. Frisbees.C. 11 By Marian L. Crosby f,' 4-t O O 'laIn :: at I .1 |n.mi :2.11. t Let =Nor. ho.I\l from hoiitli ''' dtgieis 4':: nun. 1:> sec 1 t--; .., \\ ....1 7 4.66 ftet to I he end \ Knight, ( <'nid \ ki; .. '1' yt.irke
milking two cows, well have J t -i* the s"|ijm ..i i .,.rn.., ...f v S S need is W. Womack. of Gainesville, !
milk. What we
Kiehth

About a month ago Frank lot some of hogs. but the doggone thingsare was dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.G. I' Judicial The (.irrult(irfuit.Court In \of nd the Per Bradford I _-_-__-_ __-_ __-_ ; _.,. ,. ,.-v._'>::;__.'". r'P- "- -- -.,, ..-'--."" ;._N-' ,:.<>'-"_.--=yIifP --__. -. -.,--;'-"- .--. '-"--------.- ,--- .

planted a long row of strawberry I just about as high as cows W. Roberts on Sunday. In ((.i kanrrr>unlj, Florida No. 10-; ST.Joseph I

watermelons, even though we are low. Mrs. G. W. Roberts accompanied M SiMiunk, Plaintiff. \s

knew it was late. Well. the vines her sister, Mrs. Merrill Struth.\'George \V. Cole Kt .Al, DefendantsIhr .
.\01'1( ": ..
are growing and look pretty good S SHad of Staike to Deland, where they !Male Of Florida To: .

although he is now spraying them spent two days last week combin- Geoige W". Cole and : GRANDFRIDAY --
a good time recently, ('01.-. his wife, if living. and if tl..td
with TEPP for aphids. He has and :ing business and pleasure. the unknown hens at law l i..g.t.P.' .
visiting Pete Wilma. Patricia eaih 'it
tif
mulched them with pine straw, devisees 01 grantees
Chde Wainwright. Pete had Clyde Mrs. Nell Housley and Miss themMary \. Hodges and John
and we sure hope that we will at Arthurine Blanchard, of Jacksonville il"dgeher husband if living. .mil,
catch their horse Scout (and it
if dead. the unknown hens! at lawlegatees.

was a job, for the horse was afraid were guests of the A. de\i"ees .or gianto.' feath
M'I
Blanchards on the weekend. of them, Mar> o. Kuhaid .'I""ii JULY 30
I he was going to be worked), sad- John t*. UK-hard. her husband I"

':dIed it up and Gene and Robert Jack Bales, of Altoona. was living and if dead, the unknown ,
.
FOR SALE all visiting his family one day last I hens at law I..gat.d.. .'\ I i". (llgrantees
I took turns riding. Then we
of each of them: WatetintnT 9 A. M. 1
piled into a wagon hitched to the week. The family is spending the 'I Lftiddmgton and \antv )i. Itnddmgton. : -

and had a summer here with her mother his wife, if living and if
the tractor
of
QUILTINGSCRAPS back dead the unknown heirs all""

i tour of their farm. We saw a Mrs. C. A. McSwain returned legatees, devisees or g'lnues: ofeath

that home on Thursday, after a long of them; John L. liaskins itliving '
bee hive
huge yellow-jacket and if dead hi. uiikn\\ "<
I was about the size of a cow's weekend holiday spent with rela- heirs at law, legatees. d., I'..,. ,,i

I one [ tives in South Florida. While grantees: WIlliam V\". Will.t'I 1 1Caiolme D & B Mercantile Co.
body; needless to say. no A. Wills, his wife it I 11\ III>.
she had the pleasure of see
25c Per Lb. messed around it, because a sway and. if dead the unknown 1\1"11' .,it
about ing her sons play in a successful law, legatees devisees or P .1111' -
like that could just ] ,,
I swarm of each t>f them; I, ii .. Coie; .il-
At kill a person. Pete showed us a ball game. I known as J. Ira Gore. and lulit T.I
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fergusonand trore. his wife if liMiig. and II .10..1 l
stream his that has
I on place the unknown heirs at law 1..1'.1.-'

BIG DADMANUFACTURING dried up for the first time in 30 children spent the weekend in devisee or grantees of t'a..b
I Leesburg with Mrs. them Thomas J. I Hi.I kniiii
I Ferguson'sparents. of ?
I l years. Then back to the house and Maner\a llnkman. his wite. II Jjrr 44y FLA.NYlOtS'HIRTS

CO. for a cool watermelon that was Ining and if dead. the .unknown NEWASyYORE

the Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelley Jr.. heirs at law, Legatee.d.. \ I i.--- ,.I.
I really good. This is really grantees of eath of them W rSraN .
of Munson were visiting his and E. H. <;..al,.., his \\if,.. If
proverbial land of milk and honey' -
_ _ _
brother. H. C. Kelley. and familylast living and if dead the unkno ii --
.
heirs at law, legatees. tle\st] "> ,.J
week. grantees. of eat h of them s KUardmei .

Mr. and Mrs. P... E. Starling announce and Mary E. lardmer Ii- WRANGLERS $297BLUE
That's Our Business I { wife if livuig. and if dead the tin- SHORTS
01 A V V I the birth of a son, Sheldon known heirs at law legatees. ,lri 47cMEN'S

( J If It's Glass We 1IaIt! j Edwin in Doctor's Clinic Starke. \ ees or grantees. of eath of themE
!
Strong and his unknown witfStiong. CIIAMBRAYSHIRTS

I CALL WHITE or VISIT .Mother and son came home from I I and the unknown Were 53.98 Now $ J.98MEN'S RIBBED

i the hospital last Sunday. heir.at! law. legatees de-
1 I vie 01 grantees of ea h ..i them 98c

I Joe Peters Glass Co. \\V\lhs and Drew Starling. of |W. T Weeks John L. Hentlru ks and SHIRTS 47c

'White House were calling on relatives Mary A. Hendru-k h.s; w ifsif li\- : WHITE
ing. and if dead the unkn.n hensat
FOR ANY GLASS NEED i i and friends in Lawtey one| law. legatees devisees giaiit- KHAKI

day last week. lees of each of them; Hellen A. San- TSHIRTSIE: WOMEN: CHILDREN
We Design Modern Store Fronts iders. if living and if dead her un- PANTS $298MEN'S

14 Just Mail Us A Patteen for H. H. Hein of Tampa was at- Iknown heirs at law. legatees d.- SWIM SUITS

tending to business in Lawteylast I v.i isees or grantees Belle Ella \.V.t'. Each
-I- Table Tops II er. if living. and if dead her unknown 47c
Saturday. heirs at law legate de'.isees I-

1313 N.W 4th PI Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 Seeber Andiews of Jacksonville. or grantees; Cyrus H. sistnmkjof I / Reg. Price

Starke. Bradford County. Florida
SOCKS -
and Mrs. 19c
Drew Reddish
Mrs.
I Virdie B Fntt'h also know as Y. r-

were guests of the Fred Moores 'die B. Futth) and C. A. Futih her SHEETS WHILE THEY LAST
_ _ _
: : ; II Sunday afternoon. I, husband.. Florida both of and Starke any llradfoulU'ltiintv. and I all CHILDREN'S COTTON

( fJ'"L' Mrs. GV.. Durham. of Jack- other persons claiming am right 12S Count Heg. S2.9S CTINKLEBED
title or interest in and to. the flowing .>l-
[ sonville. visited relatives in 'Law- desinbed lands m the i'ity; Now j.99 SPREADS PANTIES lSc

1 tey during the weekend. I of Starke. Pradford l'<>unly. Fl 'iitla.

COOL /11 DAYTIJNA I Miss Elizabeth Terry is spending I to-wH Beginning at the interne li.n ,.f From 2 to 12

some time in Tallahassee with the Kast line of rh.iuh Mrwinii .'JI CAX.NOX 2S X 40 $1.57 Each
I the North. line ..f I '.t1'!
BEACH FlORIDA 'her, sister. Mrs. J. P Wyrick. Street thenre run South 7.' ;, LAUES

,. Miss Alma Pnvett was Sunday East 213 04 feet them..- i tin \", 'hIT TOWELS 38c
56' East 105.00 fet-t tli'-n. e WASH Each
guest of Miss Phyllis Mitchell in run North 72* IS' West 2f.. "', _ _ _ FALL
.
the home of the Milo Smith's. feet to the East line ..f i hur< I h SUITS
LADIES CLOTHS 6c
Street thence run S-nth i IT' 4n
: Bryant Hicks. of Plant City, I I't IdiOO feet to the point (..fI

spent last week with' his sister, j beginning, situated in the <'11) ".fStarke. SANDALS --r< --.- All Sizes
-
:: $150- l Bradford Oiunn ul..rd l ;::-::-_ :: :_::.:_: :::: .i-. ;o
Mrs V. R Reddish. I which is the same property. whuli

AS Mi and Mrs 0 J. Anders and from time to time has ei mntmiIv'been Priced To Sell/!
dOllbN referred to and deM.ni.ed a;' $1.98Pr. FREE PRIZES I
0cc. son. Billy. Mrs. S. A. Hicks and Loin 5. (I. T and N ..f m....k 1.: "{

From July 1INCLUDING laughter, Helen and Miss Cheri 1 j the original Town of Starke.Florida. .

2 DELICIOUS MEALS /' Redgrave accompanied by Mr. and I! Tou. and. each of you:. are hrrejbv LADIES WE ARE OH IX(; AWAY NEW FALL

: Mrs Leslie Sweat of Maxville. I notified that there has been filed
fvropMi Hot/ AvoJoU* i in the Cinuit Court in and f..r lirad-: SKIRTS -
HOSE
NYLON
!, were visitors in Keystone Sunday. ford rourty. Florida a Bill in Chancery : ABSOLUTELY FREE $1.98up

Spacious Rooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Course ) Mrs. Pauline Redgrave of Jacksonville wherein Joseph M Sl-trunk u

,Plaintiff and each of y..uu is a Defendant -
2 Private Pools Cabanas Private BeachPvtting i spent Sunday night with' the style of whi. h is Joseph First Quality $20.00 I

'her parents, Mr and Mrs O. J. M. Sistrunk ,.... George W t'...letrt P'-
at, Defendants, the relief therein 79c BLOUSES -
Green Intimate Cocktail lovnge Dancing I Anders. $1.98 up I
praped being a Decree quieting and Worth of any merchandise in
: Mrs. H. E. Priest. assisted by confirming Plaintiff title to the I
Planned' Entertainment Fisherman's Paradise.
land hereinabove des<.nl>ed and our Store. Sat.. July 31, at 3 p.m. ;
'
Miss Helen Crews. took the Priest
other relief it from LADIESDRESSES CHILDREN'SBACKTOSCHOOL
For KtMTvolioni ft !8rtc1l.. and appearing to the winning number.FIRST
: children and Martie and Jackie said sworn Kill of Complaint that
writ 0, ..*. Ktfth Strayor,0...Mgr.DIIICT1T {the names of the Defendant are $2.98 PRIZE $10.00. 2ND and 3RD
I Bales to the Jacksonville Zoo for 'unknown except as therein set forth UP
'
| a spend-the-day outing Tuesday '!and that the addres>e* and resijdences PRIZES $5.00 EACH -
I _ _ _
of last week. Mrs. Priest's father. of said Defendants. are unknown Nothing to Buy Tickets will DRESSES
.( and that there is no person USE OUR $1.98 upLAYAW'AY
P. H. Day, returned home with or persons within the State of Flor- be given out Fri. and Sat July

ida the service of prints upon PLAN _ _ _ _
: them for a visit 30. 31 do not have be
whom to
;; : would bind said absent or unknown you

9 I Mr. and Mrs Ernest Williams .known Defendants and named and Defendant that each is I COMPLETE LINE OF present to win! COMPLETE

and son. of Lake dinner .
r City, were -
over the age of tweaty-one yearsand

ON THI -W ILD'S DAYTONA MOST FAMOUS IIACH" guests of the Priests on Wednesday /' that unnamed the age Defendant of t".h unknownand is un- Notions -- Cosmetics ':. -.:_-_-. ":: ;-::;.:;; :" :;;;;-:' :7 Children's Liner"

lEACH FLORIDA
evening, at which time
:known. .. ., .. -- -- --
cvmmilnd'each'<. -- ." .-, '- irs.' -- ,., t .. --- -- -- I
---Thir5 -
Mrs. a.. -
Priest entertained with This U, therefore to -- -- -- '. -' _---- --_-- i.IIIIP' JIiiI "Ill
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\ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. SZARRIE,1TARIDA PAGZ SEVER
FRIDAY JULY SO. 1954


I. RrvfytyvBROORFR... I Rufus Alvarez. PickedAs Traffic Mishap lished in a picture." She pointsout 0. B. Thompson and family.Mr. DOYLE THE CLEANER
;I' that Twentieth CenturyFoxstood and Mrs. Waldo Pringle and CLOSES FOR ONE WEEK

New Member Scrambles 360 EggsA a chance to lose a cool four son Harry of Auburndale are
Doyle the Cleaner will close for
On FHA CommitteeRufus million if any of its stars had an spending Monday and Tuesdaywith
, case of eggs, plus a case of I accident. Mr. and Mrs. p S. Crews. one week beginning Monday, Aug.

By Polly Wait Jr. Alvarez, of Route 2, improper signaling, brought about "Banks don't send millions of Mrs. Annie Perkins, Mrs. Ola.9. The following week the office

t &&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA"We Starke, is the newly appointed 301)a 30-dozen omelet on Highway I dollars around town unguarded" Luffman and Miss Ida Luffman. I will be open and ready for business.

member of the Bradford County recently. she went on. "Actors should either sister and niece of Mrs. J. B.
are happy to report that G. Farmers Home Administration Scrambled eggs resulted whenP. live on the lot or be given escorts Caldwell were spent the day guests WOODLAWN MISSIONARY

IJ. Mark's A. Gay has been discharged from Committee Clifford L. Currie theAgency's A. Bushon Brooklyn, N. Y., |!or bodyguards." I of the J. G. Caldwells Thursday. I BAPTIST CHURCH
At The Tabernacle St. EpiscopalRev. the Alachua General Hospital. He RMSN, attached to the Naval I Mrs. J.
County Supervisor, announced The whole thing built up with a B. Caldwell accompaniedthem LAWTEY, FLA.
K. MaeBlaia when he fell Base at Key West with
Raymond was seriously hurt I along
this week. The appointment stirring climax and a good plug home for an indefinite visitin
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hurse, of
while at work as a carpenter in his wife and child, driving southon 10 a.m. Sunday Scnoot 11 a.m.
became effective on July 1. I too, when Victor Mature took Ocala.
Bob Jones College and Lake But- Schedule of Service
Gainesville.Mrs. 301, attempted to pass the, preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45 prayer
Alvarez is the owner and Mrs. M. H. Richarde and children
service I heated to her remarks
ler, had an interesting smm.YSPt5 Norman Rogers'and chile truck of A. Mali, who has a chicken exception : service, 7 o'clock song services

Friday evening at the Gospel : am. Church School 11 dren, Ronnie, James, and Suzann, Gperator Bradford of County a 100-acre'and is farm a pros-inj I farm a few miles north on the "I'm a slave in "The Robe", Arnold accompanied of Jacksonville by Mrs. AnnieR. spent !; 7:30 evening services.

Tabernacle the theme being tin., Morning Prayer & Sermon; of Jacksonville, have returned perous and successful farmer. The I highway. I but won't be on my own time" last week visiting relatives, Mrs. .
the "CREATION". While Mr. 6:30 Young People's Service Bushon's I he said.
Mrs. car sustained few
p.m. home after visiting Roger'smother other two members of the three- a Lillie M. Edwards and Mr. and
Hurse read the Scripture from League. Mrs. J. K. Parrish. committee J. B. hundred dollars damage in the I Mrs W. E. Ft.
i member are Wilcox in Lauder- :
Genesis, Mrs. Hurse interpreted HOLY COMMUNION collision and Meli suffered YT.. ..T.TT.. ..TYTT Bu Ks 1e
in few
week a o1
Austin a
Gay spent
farmer
White, who is also a on dale. One day was spent at Pompano -
this great subject with her colored 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday Jacksonville with relatives.Mr. Conner I scratches on his head, loss of his
I Route 2, Starke, and Lucian Beach with an aunt Mrs.
chalk on canvas. Colored lights 7:30 a.m.FRIDAY and Mrs. Ernest Edwardsand a local business man in,eggs, and was charged with improper STATE FARM i John W. Walton, while another
were used to bring out the beautyof I I turning and failure to
family, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. i'Starke. I day was enjoyed at Miami. En- : :
the scene. The story of the 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. Vickery and family, and Mr. and Each member is. named for ai II.signal properly by Trooper Carlos i iI AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA route home they visited many i c

Creation. vividly portrays man'sorigin. 8 pjn., Chair Rehearsal ,Mrs. G. E. Green visited Mr. and':three-year term and one appointment I Musgrove. Meli was released under Saturday night -guests of the points of interest including Cypress
!
Mrs. Ronald Barnette of Jackson., expires each year. No- member I $35 bond. P. S. Crewses were a sister. Mrs. Gardens and Bok Tower.
Mr: and Mrs. W. B. McKinney They were such fine, brown I.
Church of Christ I ville.Mr. I completing a three-year- term I big A. F. Thornton and brother, J. M. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Yongue and
daughter Carol Ann and mother, Corner 10th and McMahoa and Mrs. G. E. Green visited I can succeed himself. Every agri- I eggs! Rivers of Auburndale. children of Green Cove Springswere

Mrs. Ruby Goodman are vacation Mr. and Mrs. R K. Dukes of Lake I cultural county in the country has guests of the J. G. Caldwells
ing this week in Miami They are Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:31 Butler recently. Little Diane Dukes i such a committee to help the Is It DangerousFor Miss Patti Yawn of Stattsbor- Sunday.L .
missed from the services, rough. N. Y. who is visiting Judge
being P.M. returned home with them. Farmers Home Administration's
W. B.'s violin is usually and Bible Stud Movie Stars and Mrs. T. A. Yawn of Starke
especially as Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Crosbyare County Supervisor adapt theagency's F. DIXKIXS EMPLOYEDBY
a part of the music! used in each Wednesday 7:30 P. M To Roam 1 was a spend the night guest Wednesday -
local
living in Brooker for the pres- loan policies to con- I at Large? CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
of Miss Francis Caldwell.
the services. ent. Mr. Crosby is taking Mr. I,ditions including farm credit needs. I I
I Church of God Gano's place at the depot duringhis During the past year, the County i i The glamour and glory that is I Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier spent | L. F. Dinkins has been employed .
Presbyterian.Church illness. Committee for Bradford Countyhas I Hollywood may be partly due to I, last week in Greenville, S. C., Las I| a salesman by Chas. C. Shepherd --

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Mr. and :Mrs. Russell Stewart approved 19 loans out of a the lush beauties and suave heroes i with their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Radio and Television store.

Sun. Aug. 1 9:45 a. m. Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve and family of Jacksonville have total of 24 applications received. that have burst to stardom on the I 1- AnAuto-Ownmauto-

I Sunday School 11 a. m. ning Service 7:15 p.m., Y.P.E. recently visited Mr. and Mrs. R. Currie reported.The motion picture screens, but it is'

Morning Worship Service "The Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and H. Green and :Mr. and Mrs. W. Farmers Home Administration even more a product of those "un- mobil policy is not void

Message of Gideon" 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m. M. Lawtvpn. makes loans to familytypefarm sung heroes" of movieland, the. MovINGLOCAL. though accident

Union Evening Worship Service at Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green and operators to buy, improve, publicity agents. may
First Methodist Church. The Presbyterian Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning family visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. or operate efficient farms, or to These talented men with their involve illicit I ode

minister will bring the Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo McCormick and Mr. and Mrs. T. purchase livestock. Special livestock stupendous super-colossal thrill- Safe PHONE or transportation

message entitled, "What Is Sin". ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m. W. Thomas of Jacksonville and loans are made where temporary a-minute vocabularies often come: OR

Wed., Aug. 4 There will be no Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hendry of credit is needed to enable I j up with some ideas that border j LONGDISTANCE Dependable tow( bout iOtlrs?
311
prayer service due to the minis Christian ChurchBible Mandrin.Mr. the operator to remain in opera-!on being ultrafantastic.i I EconomicalR.

ter's vacation 8 p. m. Adult and Mrs. Lonnie Morganand tion. However, this agency does Take for instance the idea that I

Choir practice.: School 9:45: a. m. Warship family and daughter, Susan, not make loans of any type toj I prompted Jean Simmons currently B. Alvarez OR

Thurs., Aug. 5 There will be Service 11 a. m. and 8 p. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long and any applicant whose needs can be I starring in "The Robe," to remark Agents For TRANSFER AND 250 Conner Bros.

no Junior Choir Practice due to m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday daughter Martha, and Mrs. Clyde handled by other credit sources. II i that actors are too precious to | Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO. !

the minister's vacation. 8 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, Wehurst of Atlanta, Georgia visit- Before any money can be bor- i he exposed to the ordinary rigors !

Minister. ed the G. B. Colsons recently. rowed through the Farmers Home!i i of big city traffic. Insurance Agency

Cherry Beth Gano of St. Au- Administration, an applicant must !I STORAGEPerryman
St. Edward's Church !i I "Egotistical as it may sound"
I AIR I'HKM1ST gustine visited her grandparents have the approval of the County she is supposed to say. "an actor 129 W. Call St. Phone 285
the R. F. Ganos. I Committee. In the case of a
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. is worth his
Air Park Baptist Church: Sun many times weight in Bldg. S. Court St. Starke Florida
the farmto ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummer and Farm Ownership Loan Starke Fla.ru .
Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and gold after he has become estab- ..... ,
8:30 a. m.Children's. day School 9:15 a. m.; Preaching daughters. Pat and Lou, spent be purchased enlarged, or improved b. .. .._ .__ .I
Service 11 a. m.; Training Union : by .
also
be .
must approved ..
'- -
Class Saturday 11 6:45 p. m.; Preaching Service, 8 ;tives.several days in Brooker with rela- the Committee. Currie explained :_ ? -- :- .- .-: .= : :,- ._ :: '::-?.--- :.:: -i-- : ..: c- : ::--rr.1'-: =- : :_ :- ___ .: :
a. m. They are enroute to Clovis ,
p. m. Prayer; meeting, Wednesday New Mexico, where they will I
Keystone Heights 8 p. m.PENTECOSTAL. make their home. Convention
new I Singing
(Women's Club)
We are happy to report that I
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. IIOLJNES3
little Bruce Tinney is on the road Bradford--Union Singing Con-
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. CHURCH I'
to recovery.Mr. vention will meet Sunday. August StarlingsCome
Confessions before all Masses.
Sunday SCYIOOI 10 a.m. and Mrs. Rudolph Morton;,1. at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Morning Service 11 a.m. and son of Tampa were the guests :Church in Raiford. All interestedin
Service 7:30 gospel singing are urged to at
LATTKK DAY SAINT Evening p.m. of Mrs. Beulah Harrell recently. : ;
Prayer Meetings Wednesday L. A. and Sandy Mott spent,tend.
Services each Sunday in old Masonic I I II I I
night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nigluIIEILBRONN a week at Bible camp. I NOTICK: TO tl'I'RUtto : Call and Cherry St. Starke, Via.
St.
Hall on E. Calls Sunday I
Mr. and Mrs. O. R.: Gano and Circuit Court Bradford. (Count.
School 10 a.m., Sao.:ament Service : I Florida: In (.hant'). TTTTTTTTyTVyTTTVVTTTTTVVTTTYTTTTTTVTTTVTyfVfTTTTTTYTYTTTTT
family, of Swan Lake, were the TTVTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTf7fTTVTTTtLbs
Lois Horn Plaintiff. v- Jim H"in
6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. .. .
CHURCH .
BAPTIST 1'0'7OTICi : : _
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\. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. ntfendant.I'a"\ : TO APPKtH I' =:. : : p __ -:_ : :_: : 4Jil; : :: ': : :.:,::=-:- ?: ::: :::. ::_:'- : :-'."- ::
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Sunday School 10 a.m. PrachM F. Gano Sunday night. I To: Jim Morn \\ho-e re-idfii< and
M Training Union 6:30: Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gano were,address is: c/o Jaine*. DaiKo l "m2X
ing 11 a.m. Belmont Hotel, 1::101) I'6,> Sti.-et,
let. [0'I.4 M FJX I IP.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer the weekend guests of the R. F. Houston. Texa-
!I. notified that
I Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Ganos. suit You for are hereby a Crisco

Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Tiles of Divorce, ou-tody and control of Sugar
Tilbrey, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy,I miner child
been filed in theabove .
has again you
Crosby and son little Jimmie, and named Court and can-- and
I
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Mrs. G. W. Barry, were the Satur- you are required to serve a copy of i t

i SOCIETY day night guests of the L. W.!',your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to AttornevT. the complaint I Lb Can '

; Barrys.Mr. Frank Landrum. 'Iarkt1"1,,- 3
: Park, Fla. I 5 45C
Orange rida 89C
and Mrs L. W. Barry and
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I I
Sunday service 11 a.m. Sunday and file the original in the office of
family and Terrell Green were 'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,
I School 11 a.m. the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. f or before the 16 day of August. 1934. i I
Evenings-1st Wed- otherwise the allegations ofaid
Wednesday Jimmy Crosby of Starke recently. I|I Complaint will\ be taken a> confessed ': .. : ,.- _. .
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:!nesday Public each cordially month,invited.S p.m. Nur- Carol Cox of Clearwater has ,] notice by you.This !'hallhp. published\ e i -. : - -- -, _: --- : -.--. = ;;;:: ::==; ---:::= .,::- =:: :=: : :::-.-_." ;-::":----=- --::_ .. /

spent a few days with the Waits :each week for four '...n.III'Y.' '! ,
maintained for all services. weeks in the Bradford Tele-
sery I County J
|Community Center Building lecently. i(graph. Lux Regular Size Ivory Size
g{ 17. Those on our sick list this week ;I Dated this 14 day of July, 11-4.! '!' SOAP Regular
SOAP
Kingsley Ave. and Highway .I (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby :
who has the
Jean Jones
I are Vicky i Clerk of the Circuit Court ;
HAMPTON measles and Shirley Tetstone whois By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk i' 3 for 3 for
I 7 ltt-41-v
I CHRISTIAN CHURCH in the hospital in Lake City. Camay Swan

Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby. ol SOAP SOAP

il n Spring a I Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program Linden, were the weekend guests ALL TYPES OF
YOU"9Mlln's
fancy turns 16:30 p. m. Evening Service 8 of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Palmolive 2 5 2 5 c
PEST
CONTROL
To plumbing problems p. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon pastor. 'I family. SOAP C Lifebuoy SOAP

And heartburns. The W. M. S. held a program
BAPTIST CIICRCIIL411TEY TERMITES
FAITH
meeting at the Brooker Baptist
Before that faucet takes last'
a !
FLSunday \. Wednesday at two o'clock Household Commercial _
Church
gasp and stops functioning I School 10 a. m. Preaching The title of the program was GROVE -SPRAYINGCall =:: --V'_ : ._ _.- _' __ __,: :: -__:.- =__ : ::_-::. .'.: : = ::.: .: -__.:,- :: =.:.= _:= :._ _: "

completely, rail us. Our man | 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek "Seef Time in the Philippines.: for estimate

will be right there and hate ''service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. Mrs. Henry Hodge led in openins !

it working again in no time.1I'110NE !1 A. E. Massey, pastor. prayer. Mrs. Malcolm Harrell lee Florida Pest Control BACON LARD

Bible School-10 A. M. in the Devotional.
& Chemical Co.
Those on program were Mrs
I SEVENTH: DAY 2220 N. %-. 6th St. Ph. 6033
r Wilson Green, Mrs. J. W. Thomas. :
ADVENTIST CHURCH Mrs. R. F. Gano Mrs. W. C. ': Gainesville, Fla. Smoked

Services each Sabbath in old Suggs. and :Mrs. L. W. Barry. The I c Swifts Pure
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21CCHEER
il Sab-bath pianist for the meeting was Mrs I Lb
Stanley Crosby. Mrs. R. F. Can'
and fourth Sabbaths 'i
each second MONUMENTSLOWEST
led in the closing prayer.

414-J 3 p.m Elder Mosuit, pastor Mrs E. M. Hazen came home'i < :-:_ : -_ >: :_, .".." --- :, 7 -: -_ -- -- ::'?
Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. visit Mr. and PRICES I
I from Gainesville to .
Everyone welcome. I Mis W. M. Hazen and family. : i
FINEST QUALITY I 171f2C OXYDOL
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Mrs. Aubrey
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H' __ c .:- I Isherouse went to Jacksonville! No Extra ChargeFor ,

i ecently. i iII \, Setting In Or Near

FIRST BAPTIST The Church of Christ is holding,, Regular Pillshurys
CHURCHStarke STARKEWrite
I 33C CAKE
,'J.a Waters series of of revival Starke meetings.is leading H.in E S S MIX 34C

the singing. The speaker will be

Harold Dowdy of High Springs. /r11Me Yes' 300's C

Everyone is cordially! invited to TISSUE 24 MATCHES Pkgs
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor attend. ._ 3 27C

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sumnersand For Free Folder
daughter. Carol Lee, of Fort

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Myers, visited with the L A. ATLANTIC MEMORIALS. can Tall brand

,Motts last Friday. ESTABLISHED 1930 I TOMATOES 90 lMILK any T I
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I' The L. I. Parkers have spent a 715 FOUST ST.

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. few days in Lake Cure which islocated JACIC10NVILlf, ROIIOA __.. .
of Ocala. JJULJ *
out m m rc flpmi fppfifffff -
Sunday School 9:45 Al Training Union; 6:45 P.M. Stanley and Kenny Green are

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P M. I;at Camp Forestry O'Leno Training near High Camp Springs at FOLEY SHARPENED SAWSCut STEAK LoinorT-Bone Lb 49C PORK CHOPS Lb 59ROASTrendetLIk

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.. '. .. . t I j ASSEMBLY OF GOD save time and effort Lb Lbs
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Cor 10th :
when your saws have been 3SC GRITS 5 33C

Sermon Sunday Night Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning sharpened on our precision I

Worship 11 a. m. Sunday machine. All teeth are made


First Baptist Church, Hampton"Who 7:45p Night: m.7:45 Friday p. m.night Tuesday 7:45 night p. m. just uniform You'll like and new.be accurate . STEW All Meat, Lean Lb 44C LEMONS Dozen 29CI


wit h'
pleased
Your Father?
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speedy -
our BngMjHN- I Ii
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Sunday School By 10 a.m.Pastor _:Merle Training Packham Union 7:10 p.m. RICH with cutting your saw.easy "j i II I i PAR 27112 1 TI.DE 21C------1 I

Wed. night "Hour of Power" 8 p.m. TOP SOILSee a


The Pastor is conducting a Bible Study on the subject ALSO SHARPENALL .

"Marriage and the Home" in the Training Union. If KINDS OF TOOLS, .; --'_. : .- .- -_.. :, ,, -. -- = .-: :: : ::-::-'.='- '-- ,''-':::::'-= --. .-.:- : --., :

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you want to know what the Bible teaches on this sub- Knives Scissors, Etc.
JACKSON

ject, please\ join us. Jackson BILL Transfer Compan; All New Equipment FREE: 2 BOXES PURE BLACK PEPPER With $3.00 or MoreMeat

Jesus is Coming Are You Beady Phone 165 CALVIN JOHNS Purchase


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PAGE TEN ,
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA .

-- .- FRIDAY JTLT SO 19M i.

Edward Burns, 80, Saturday morning at 11 o'clock I Two Local Families Sell Homesteads

Dies In Jacksonville with the Rev. Raymond MacBlain on S. Walnut for Setzer's Supermarket complaint Attorney Alan on C. the" PlalnUff"1 I'.


officiating. Pallbearers were K. ______________________ Florida, Title Building, Jacksonville W. C. T. U. ,
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After Brief Illness G. Duncan W. H. Graham, T. H. -- and file the original In the office of

Slade. E L. Matthews S. T. Dell) i ; i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
: or before the I THE REGULAR MEETING OF
and G. L. Patten. I
Edward Burns, SO. a residentof : :10 day of Augu.-t. 1>54 J

Staike since 1922, died in a Interment was in Crosby Lake : 'otherwise the allegation of said THE LAURA SCOTT UNION,
I Jomplatnt will be taken as conferred -(I W. C. T.T.., WILL BE HELDFRIDAY \
Jacksonville hospital on Thursday Cemetery under the direction of by you

July 22, following a brief illness. jDeWitt C. Jones.Tractors I Tr3- ,, This notice rhall be publishedInce AFTERNOON AT 3:00 >'
I! eden week for four consecutive I O'CLOCK IN THE CHAPEL OF
He was born in Houston. Texas, i i' wo"vs. 1D the Bradford County Tele- !THE GOSPEL TVBERNACLE. \

Got 3. 1873. the son of the late P graph.i '
Are Killers !
( -' 'ed 'h'7 day of July 1934. A FULL ATTENDANCE IS DE- ;
:Major Robert and Lucy Munson tOFFILlALSEAL
I .." ) Charles A. Darby .
SIRED.
:
Burns. When Used Unsafely"Tractors \ S-i Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
EN ,
!" .. Marian L. Crosby, Deputy ClerkT
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Mr. Burns was in the banking !0 4t S -'\I' ,
and other pieces of jjdlI: :
business in Fort Worth, Texas ,t
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farm machinery ::1re potential : I -- ,, -
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for 20 to moving to -- -- - ---- -- - --- ---
years prior I killers," Louis T. Nieland, safety ,
Starke. He was the business mana- ,
I specialist for the Florida Agricultural -
ger for Alvarez clothing store in I MON. ONLY
I Extension Service warned .- i
Starke for 10 years until ill health ,
this week, in connection with
forced his retirement. He was a I
National Farm Safety Week, II
member and former vestryman of
"and their .safe operation requires I WASH
St. Mark's Episcopal Church in
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mature skill and judgment.
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Starke.
I
Nieland points out that 700 of
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. i
the 3,800 fatal farm accidents -- -

Bessie Morgan Burns of Starke. 'last year involved wheel tractors. I' W. J. Epperson Jr. and Mrs. Eva Anderson represent: the Epperson Heirs of the F. B. Johns family sign the papers that will deed the CLOTHS t

and a sister, Mrs. L. C. Kemp of One-third of these involved per- family in the transaction in which Sctzer's purchased 200 ft. of land over to Setzer's for a new supermarket on S. Walnut St. The .

Houston. Texas. sons under ?.0 years of age. and I land on S. Walnut St. 100 ft. on Lafayette St.. and 100 ft. on Adams family is represented by (standing, I to r) Arthur Aharez. Robert \'. _
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Funeral services were held inSt. one case in 10 was a child under i, St. from the Epperson and Johns homesteadThe total purchase Turner Koy V. Turner. James Reddish, and W. T. Brinson. Jacksonville -

Marks Episcopal Church last five years of age. price for the two lots was 20000. In the picture -* J. Thmas Sr. Attorney Harold B. Hainowitz, attorney for the purchaser. \. J.

--'" -- and A. J. Thomas Jr. prepare to give Epperson and rs. Anderson Thomas Sr., realtor, and A. J. Thomas Jr., local attorney look 0 1st Quality
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their ('ht'ckhile they in turn hand OUT them deed to :Hainouitz. on. The heirs seater are: Mrs. Robert V. Turner Mrs. Brinson Mrs.

Polaroid 1-Minute Phutc by the Telegraf'.i- _Alvarez and Mrs. Reddish. I 4 LimitBASEBALL .
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QLcTRIcJyg Thirty-Five 4-H Girls I. Several Residents Think Mrs. Pearl Hein, I

Long-Time 1
Return From Week Formerly Of Lawtey, i ii


I-i-- At Cherry Lake Camp ;i Dies In Tampa I Ii C

Will For
County Fight SegregationAny
Thirt\ -five Bradford County 4- :i Mrs. Pearl Hein. 43. former tesi-1 I

RADIO H Club girls returned last Satur- i dent of Lawtey. died in Tampa. ,

day for a week's camping tripat measures adopted to do I July 11, following a long iIlss

AND Cherry Lake in Madison County -:I. away with segregation in the : were uncertain about what the i, She was born in Lawtey on Sep. l Caps

The girls were accompaniedb public schools will probably meet I local peace officers would do. 1 12, 1910 to the late Enoch and!

TELEVISIONSales > Miss Dorothy Ross Home I: i solid front of resistance !in j i One-fourth of the persons interviewed [Mamie Brown Griffis.
I
Demonstration Agent and camp ,i Bradford County according to I felt that the local peace She was a member of the Lw- I

,.." ,. manager!; Mrs. Tyler Jones who :, the opinion of several long-time Ii'j officers could not, or would not I tey Methodist Church and of the c Reg. 49c

served as camp nurse. and Irs.1 residents. j check minor distuibances. Order of the Eastern Star and the

and Service Nelson Green bus driver. They ; The sampling of opinion here The majority of the persons [Daughters of the Nile. I Ii e 1st QualityHalters

camped with girls from St. Johns polled saw no effective to _
way _
was taken by the Telegraph in |i Services weie held : _
and Citrus counties The total :end but others
to segregation suggested 17, at the DeWitt SiIUIY'1
issued
221 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Slarke. Florida number of girls in camp was 78. I I response a questionnaire ; a very gradual transition July
General) in Starke with
Our by Attorney Richard Er- Chapel the Rev
.. ... ,.. girls brought prestige to our I I from our present school structure I
._ -- > vin at the request of the Florida I North, former Lawtey Methodic
county by furnishing the cabin I] ':'to mixed schools.
Cabinet. The Attorney General |I minister officiating. Interment
leader. Marilyn Cox, for the cabin i C
picked for the honor squad of the' will likely present his findings to The persons polled, believed that I' followed at Crosby Lake Cemeiei \

Sell It Rent It Trade It camp Friday night. Mary Starling. J JHeilbronn the U. S. Supreme Court at hearings I[ segregation would be most effective -, She is survived by her husband. .

: to be held this fall for the at the youngest and oldest Henry H. Hein; one dau
was in this cabin, too. I
hter.1
!j purpose of clarifying; and implementing -I age levels. None of them felt Mrs. Linda R. Berreth of
They were judged on peiformance
WITH' A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED "1 the camp duties' cabin quietness :] the recent anti-segrega. [that L would succeed in age groups I Calif.; one sister, Mrs Jessie \

tion ruling. I past the third grade or below college -' Wooten of Starke! ; and one br olh- j!
flU inti: rest and sleep periods. co-i; I'
Low Hates Good Results Easy To Place operation talent and stunt night j "The Cabinet has asked me to level. Most of them alsoi er, R. A.' Griffis of Lawte |1 I 1st Quality

make to i believed that the community would Active bearers 0 .1
a study find out how the pall were
to WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION - 50c ; m-ograms. and points earned in the j
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c i afternoon ball games. '! anti-segregation ruling will effect i i I start pri 'ate schools in order to ;Phillips, Lonnie Harley. Ed Dui-

I Florida." the Attorney General preserve segregation ban, L. F. Dinkins. all of I-au- *
HIM ni >T OF ii: PIn n:>T n> TWO on 'MOIII I-\MHTIO\ Making up part of the i I Asst. Colors
camp said in presenting his question- 'ey: Pete Canpina and R S 4

2.1. .\\IIIIITIO\. KUII I1I.1MI .\US OH \I)S :NOT IM1II IN .IIIVINC'i,: I' staff were the council girls who !i naire. Not wishing to take full i Glen i G. Searing j Anderson both of Tampa.
took charge of of the details
many -
I |responsibility for answering for the | DeWitt C. Jones wss in ihaige!
)IE3lOIiMS, CARDS THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line of running camp. It was com-' ;'[ Dies In Jacksonville lof funeral U
community as a whole. "he Tele- i arrangements.
(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) I posed of the cabin leaders and an j' graph put the questions to a number -'I.[After Short Illness \\e Exchange
elected delegate for each- cabin
of business, professional and i, OTlCETO .\ppER ) \\e Refund
I Those on the council from Bradford I I
i POWER LAWS MOWEH for rent I political leaders. Glen G. Searing of Jacksonville. |t la Circuit ('cert. Bradford County,

A. J. Thomas. Starke. Fla. by the hour at Tiny's Service Station I County were: Pat Hobbs. [' The persons interviewed differedin I owner and president of the GlenG. |i Florida. In Chanrerr.Anthonx D \\ e Satisfy
I III 1'l'mpl.1'. tft-hg Jon-es. (iiordanii. Plaint \ \itonettf
i Ginger Cox. Patricia
Marilyn -
Construction Co. died
I i how Searing ,
they would meet the court'sdecree tj"rlldllU.! lI..f..II,1.1I11"a't. !
.\'" uLD HAtJS; W.NTF.t-P.st price II Wainwright.: Elizabeth i| in a showdown. Some said Saturday afternoon following a \". t .-"xI #
I >oll.-e
paid for good d..ant01i rags. Tatum. and Emily McKinnev. A II i 1 I To Apprari .
FOR SALE ii that short illness. .
they would [ To: Antunt-ttf fii idm .
Xo khaki or "' ''01. Telegraph i personally agreeto I w '> 147aliSt.
council chairman was elected each ]ii '''r." idfiii'tand ..,. '
I a -
whatever the courts and school :Mr. Searing was a native of i
.
rUnKliful kummtlr our mil from I FOR 'av and she blew the whistle for 'l. .ul.\&rd.I."ng M.iml. V tt ( .
,
cy I.ltMilM Matrix u.k... \arnrbrarlBK n"XT-I'nfurnbhl'd hou e. Inquire | ;, officials do; some said they would Thomson. 111. and lived in Starke' York.You. AStarke.
rirrulartfriir I at Bus Station. tf rising and all the activities took i icharge
i are
prrS Itt-i" j hereby notiricil rliu S .
I not cooperate in ending segrega- for six before he moved to
.. years
for
suit
fertile la.oI. Just the etliBK at assembly and the counj j I I
LET J. D. OUOH. JR.M1LK tion and Divorce .
fur that modrl hum* Prl.-eJ : some said that they Jacksonville. He was very activein ha. .
a. rItp .. a ('U,. l.t. : H \ AMI lOfKCATTLK HOGS cil meeting. The other council ij would take positive action to pre- Masonic circles having servedas I has been filed against you In theabove I
members made decisions about named Court and cause and .
Milkia e.eblack SILKS j )II vent the of of the \
eittUce ending segregation.The illustrious potentate J
F4fl1F .riMiiN ...J.., ..... I Lii. OaL lUrfcrdar.da7TallinnIlle j camp and inspected the various | you are required to serve a copy of j
l.4b.l.l rr I your ,
I answer or pleading
to the
Karfc. Friday majority of persons interviewed Morocco Temple in 1952. He held
Prl
.
laiildr. eU.
work
M MC li l h chores done by the campers. They ,
$ .ItMMNi, ,aiih 01' term. *. felt that the communitywould membership in the Scottish Rite
\\XT.O-.r summer program: also led games and songs in the I
ll_m*. noH under ........ryrllo. .. Jigsaw" puzzles and children's night programs. also take active steps to and York Rite Bodies including I
Prim' CMM.UO t* ,UI,4I U.Ol; gameI'ltaie contact Florence j oppose the end of segregation. Riverside Lodge No. 266. F and i j
J.'CJ1.IMI dan a: i I Jennings, off lie phone Sf-J. 1'''''. learned to swim in
Ion
IrrBM I..skIpay.tt na an. ** lux aa J I ::';1. It'dh Many girls 'They thought two of the main A.M. He was a past worthy j joatron Remember When
their swimming classes. In crafts :
,"::.'. Pay ,IUlI.OO HUM, *:::O.OO WA.\'TK1> Three I methods used would be petitionsto of Lodge No. 266 and the i
nkm It.a. I. ..10..01. Suw.ppurtN.Itr l. jour | middle-aged men class each girl decorated a hand .
uiudrrB for maintenance and ground work. I I II stop the combining of schools Cora R. Franz Chapter No. 160 |

.t--datr ......lu.. runtplrlr W"B I. rtrrjrdrlall up-. ,i Inquire at New" Kingsley Heach. j' towel with Swedish weaving. In ,: ;and the keeping of children home Order of the Eastern Star.

'l'hNe kumrn are bIise..iirurtrd .. tfFOlt I the 4-H class the girls learned ,
from schools the He veteran of World Wai
.'. Hall. well on part of the was a
kB...'B lural By builder lira and ...........- I Itird:-ALI-Tw.. thorough bred I j games to play in 4-H meetings to i, :parents. They also predicted some I and served in the U. S. Coast
dogs lioth male. S months 1 I
.
[write stories. and had Ann Rykard
'.1' old Highway :101 across from protest meetings and some individual Guard Auxiliary in World War II.

HIT l..l.. \\ hat d.. >*. "..U Bradford Furniture ('41. Jtp S'< I from Madison to tell of her award violt'nce.ost:; of them He was a member of the Murray
U. to D. C. to the .
I hat Washington.
trip
\\ '1.1. ITABT SIT day or night or I felt there would be no mob vio Hill Presbyterian Church. .

A. J. THOMAS will clean.) Mr<.apartment l'. .'i.S p..r.1'1.while. uifevorks. 9-A. :: National 4-H Camp. I l lence. Surviving are his widow. .\lrs.1 I --'- 1ia ..- t'E I

UK.VI. r.VTATK DEALER Colonial Inn. ?tn 7 '1 I If serious violence started. mostf Mary Frances Searing: t'lreei,: : ) -

:.Temple '''1'.. Florida'rIepkeRe 214Marie. FOR ItE.VT-Three or toni Moose Representative ,4<) the persons thought local police 'lughteis, Hilda. Eleanor and I j ,y .
room .
apartment romfortal.lv furnished Seeks More Members : 'officers would not be able to stella Searing. all of Jac.son- !! -' .,.' .

COOK WAXTEU at NVw Kmgi ley 1| shady moms and lawn.lath electric kitchen I maintain: law and order. Some of ille; three sisters. Mrs. Andrew'' .n
I'eai-h if ohg Available Aug. I. !
Mrv I.. M. CUrk. Hessant lid I I For Starke Chapter 'M t them felt that local officials could tiller of Summit. N. J.: Mrs. Al .W.

RADIOS REPAIRED I I! Ttridge.Kast Starke.Rt. I mile from Tall St. i I I handle minor disputes. but others ansen of Murray Hill. N. J.: and : -i7--n
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1. .
logC. tfche The Loyal Order of Moose have c M... -
All Makes All MadrU I Mrs. Warren Johnson. of Keml- 'h ; ?' '
BrawBBble. rhariiea & .raaleed J-'on SALE-Srt-acre farm. 35 members in Bradford Countyin
Reasonaiilv F. O.
('II.\!!. ('. Miiriiruu I ,'ri. od and some te ruta. Small- its drive to petition the national l Clark Tells I vorth. N. J.: two brothers. Earl

TM W. fall S(. Urkr Pfc. S.t tohacco a lI..t 1I1t'1I1.'ril.e or in- earin? of Staike. and Voe Sear-
'I liilre through 'Fa organization for a charter. John Rotary Of Club'sInternational
rum Sale" i in
!O \1.1\\: \v \\1'In I of the l.radford County Telegraph.. care I Milo, membership director of the Prig of Lincoln. Neb.; and one

01'I.:SI\" xuin 1'nioii t'nuntyfor 4tp 51:: 'Moose that 100 members are Service granddaughter, Frances LaMn, a"earing.
says
profitable i I..ni-- Sei \ ufliusiiifs
with well Knnw Iaw- \ \\".\XTJIB"ukk""I"'r.; Must :needed before a charter can be .
lie F. O. Clark. superintendent of .
;
leigh rindiiilSee Mi I.iliant I able a. t> pe and have knowledge''granted. Milo believes that he Arrangements were unrtei thiirertion .- .- -
.
l>uni>, B.." -':.T. <:,,11I"\ Ill. :\. of counting State the Memorial Homes at Penney
ur ttittf K.iwletgh, '>-. Dr|>t KAO- ] and when a\aiJahl.salary.. expected .will reach the 100-member mark of Seashole FuneialPailois .
This Farms.. -
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!iO-. .. MrniphiTYnu. ;itp-T ::.0 I I j i, a I"rnuu'.nl. position. Pleasant here within a few weeks. was guest speaker at the .
working 'mdii jima. Rotary Club Wednesday, describ- -
.
Heply P. ( i
I l?'x <;5l. Milo said that anyone in the :

Motors I ItchgM'K county is eligible to join the organ- ing: the recent convention of Rotary Two Bradford Boys .
Electric : :( i u. tNK: International at Seattle. -wi't .
1 M KKK: : t>\l.\ Wash.
ization. He has several
more .
New per-
II V-Fisk COO X 16 J5.9J.! ; Plus The Attend FFA : -
described
t speaker the
REWOUND AND | tax and exchange Kxchange sons who have shown their.desireto ,' pow- Forestry .
I m I means captahle erful force that Rotary can be in :
earasa.
the .
j Gay's organization. .
join
Service I' Camp This Week .
I Station
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SERVICEDSmall Court .
and Madison helping to maintain .. .
throughout -
I peace
information -
Anyone wishing on
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Ilt'h/i I f&t' %, ,
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Appliance Repair I.'01 U :SALE- :ioi' wanting to join the Loyal Order ,, the world through its depart- Kenneth Green and Stanley 'e .
Op* drop -
I .spuins machine $*ii. head Our Singer :tot Moose in Starke can get in ment of International Service. He Ji een, of Brooker, members of the w

General :Machine Work ,, I IS : !piirtalile.euins machine $::o. ORe "electric upright! 'touch with Milo through the :I urged all Rotarians to live up to Bradford County FFA Chapterare

<5> :..n.V.sewing. : mat'hintIik<* new :Chamber of Commerce or phone :their motto of "Service Above
P. attending the 20th
tey. Inquire lv\ine. it I. Lice 190. '''Self." annual'I South Thompson Street Looked Like This?
at Standard Oil I I Florida
All Work Guaranteed tion Sta Forestry Training Campat
Itp I The speaker was introduced by ,, O'Leno State Park, near High

Reasonable Rates ;' FOK.... !O \1.-19-.0. Kurd. \ -"". mr p...raal .- L. C. Smith C. H. Below agricultural agent Springs. j I If you had stood at the intersection of Madison and Thompson Streets

S i ear. 19t9 .-.0" ('111" ...or.... for Clay County. The program was (about 50 ) and looked north. this is what
1949 l.laeoln. id: PrrnHln Earner.lth Wins Cuban Vacation I The ForestryTraining Camp isi I ;years ago you would have seen.

RED SEAL ; in charge of G. T. Huggins. II financed by forest industries in In right foreground, where Coca-Cola plant now stands, was a hitching
A. J.
SWKKT POTATO \ XI-S FOR SALE L. C. Smith. local representative Thomas. president of the the state, and is held to bring shed for the rigs that brought folks to town to shop in those days. In
-$ club
ELECTRIC & MACHINE [ Porto H per Ii'al'"m 1000. you,.. cut Janie then La. 01 Gulf Life Insurance Cornpanv. with presented framed the organization together foresters and young mt'n center of photo. in front of present II. C. Wall Agency. stood an imposing
A. Pet- a of "The
SHOP I j erson. lit I. I..., <. *11. S 'e; I I has qualified in his com- Way Test", to copy be hung in Four the I who; have demonstrated an interest {I tower, supporting the fire bell that rang to summon Starke's volunteershalf

'|VOIJ SALE-Reasonable priced four 'panys' President's Club for 1954. meeting place.At I n woodland management, as a i a century ago. At left (where Stump's Store now is located) was

F. W. OKAl'nON room acres h.of'..land.-... deep Tom Hell Norman on two" As the result of his achievement a called meeting of the boardof means of broadening the boy's one of several livery stables that graced the town around 1900. And

OwnrT, Manager !Furniture. Starke. i'.. Hack of Pfidford HI. I!he will be a guest at the annual directors following the luncheon knowledge.Highlight of the will be farther in the distance is the spire of the old Red Man's Hall on the site I

106 Washington M.-Phone 397 I UpNO .|convention of leading representatives it was voted to purchase a banquet with RepresentativeDoyle camp of the present City Hall.
i of Gulf Life to be held inHavana. metal
: roofing for
stark,. Fla. buildings at E.
Conner, a former ,

yin SA1J-!-t'aWUgas rangr: inK MOKKJOB". the (\*tOltItlI.thateer tmrr. hold: .. I i Membership. Cuba, next in the spring.company's ,Camp the new near Hawthorne.Troop 70 The Boy Rotary Scout I I as the main speaker. camper. I II Yes, Things Do ChangeAnd

ContactJlrilr
"'"1 tundition. heap .. J leading production club I
I'H.-khain. I'a.t"r. Kir-l Hap- j 'H be. iBdepeBdeat a* ...e uf requires Club is the sponsoring organizationof

t .l ''hmth. Manmti'n Strhn: BOM the Bturr BMB BBd IBBB operate:..!\OO profitable MPB. 'MBW outstanding production of new life Troop 70. Dry Weather Holds that is why you will have so much fun reading the special 75th Anniversary -

'jJ wanl'0".1'1.. MrftlerBBl. \1..1' Stereisrrtailieg insurance and conservation of Back Runner Plants Edition of the Bradford County Telegraph which will be coming
VAINTKIi.
1"\.lIt..r ........ .. !
..
r joti In- [:I .11'- existing business. Normally very Goods .1
f-illy Dry
'IU1| | Store
time this fall.
some
.iiuri. KrtrnillI'urr (Iii) $ spIUIe ',: rratrd kraiido I. lire, kalIrriris :close to full your way Originally we planned to publish this
a
out Kevst..n<* l!..dd. lip I *..d_. auto.1..1.Mtpplirit...., i*.lv....aapliaarrm. ...Ii.1-{ I inttain this honor.year is required to Opens In Lawtey I Prolonged dry weather has held I special issue in July, the actual date of the Telegraph's 75th birthday.

)H"n S.l..):-Thrup. l.trjtil brarh..In .1'.1.,.. Taad vlkrrprafllaklr i back: the production of strawberry -j However, so much material has been turned in to us in answer to our

"''&1"1' fooled Air ("inidilinnrrStore. i, Hrlail Kerle liaco.N ..... Ner.-. : A new store featuring a complete runner plants in this area and requests that it will take longer to classify and prepare it for publication
'.&1''''. :iti-lig X ti Mir> Local FFA Chapter :ja scarcity of plants be in !
\\ e train ,.u, Irarkiae ...ernxfiil line of dry goods and no- may than we had expected. Therefore. in order to do a better job of presenting
,,"STf.I-T.. hr &r from a 'I..ti"U" mrrrkaadUiajc iHrtkvd Wins tions in I prospect in the coming season. I
: $25 Prize opens Lawtey this week.operatL .
man Ut-twren 25 and i>"' wh. i is in- I detrloprd.. darlag more. tkan 4.1: .I Bryant Reddish. Lawtey. who I this historical material. we will be forced to move back the publication
t-r"'I..d in rarninc $;:, tit $lo* : )ear IradmtkiB. !. e.r field. lg as the D & B Mercantile date of
N (.. For Hereford Bull 'set' special issue until Fall.
'wi'k Iv distributing national!} adVatViii 1 e Ur'll.1'.1.'u'aoaUt I.U....! Compan)'. It is located in the I out some nursery plants in i
.'rtlll" \ Products In11ra"t..rI Jan la eh.vclag a 1 that
February reports so far they
dminikle Whitehead I Ii
kvlldiaic cad Uralivaaad Building and the
'. Writ wirfThe own- j
( .uut or The
J. It \Vatkn.-| ("rnpanv. '3> ...Mlklr will 1..tI.a>aLr..*.ar ...n.,. ..( FFA Bradford County chapter of ers are Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dyer. ;I'have i set very few runners, and I We wish to express our thanks to all who have brought in old newspapers
aiailaklr won a prize of $25 for
( their
.
M'''*t IVaohtre St. N.R. Atlanta. ,... ,of that he may have to use 'rthgouts" pictures diaries.
Ft.
<':t"Orltla, Jt>-hs. S '13; MI.jiut lar.lwrat Hereford bull 4, Myers. who also own a' etc. and we want youto know that we deeply appreciateyour
awarded
I .. at FFA
niteu a
"
irll ., to set.
er ph. us I. similar business 1 i interest in
in that i
place. our forthcoming Edition.
I ( r (.(.ra .tla. advisors dinner at Daytona Beach 'i Anniversary
I nUSEKEEPER WANTED Mrs. Fate Brown of !} It is reported that Leaton Mor-
Starke.
last .
White or colored. 614 N. Church I .:!01'RU'1'0 si PPLV COUHIMON j Thursday.The will be employed there. gan. Pete Griffis and Maiklee
"HOL.Ii.\L. bull j
was donated
to the
Starling have
St. Mrs. Register. ltchgflINTMan L'- K. rtrd street runners growing.
J..L....,m... KUridaPk 'Chapter by the Sears Roebuck CEMETERY WORKING I i but others who usually have plantsfor

)."''\f\ *rv C't'n.trl1"tt'd I .ae SVIJIFOR Foundation In the improved breeding ,I There will be a cemetery workin sale will, have either none or BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED

1 bedroom IIftfu"nIQh" horn* on : ItE.VT Furnished contest. Fifty of the 150 ? at Dval fewterv on Fridav. :few at best this season. I
'Westmoreland fall 13 or Cham- apartment ( ,
t(f of Commrrcf_Itch: I one bedroom and gl.u! -ed-Ir sleep chapters in the state have bulls August 6. Everybody is invitedto Some growers set out plants in >

tOINTIM CIKKIJH1M* kitchen ing porch and large dinnette.IiIng 4 South room. 'loans and 10 won prizes. The chapter come and bring tools and help' August, but the majority set in 1379

l"ARI. .: ; St. ui apply at Tuck Auto t'afe. the bull for service free of clean up the place.--E. L. Crawford :September usually "when there !
ST1HKK ICi: ('0. If tf charge.
i U waer standing in the ditches". -




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