Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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!"I j'I. Bradford County Hosfital Gets 'Go Ahead/ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRMH

Bids Advertised For Construction This Week S Official County Publication Established In 1879

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I II III I Ii i City Council Takes Steps To Bring Starke Residents County Commision

i I Paved Street And Improved Electric Power Output Faces Road FightWarren

: Starke's City Council moved If Starke purchases a 900 k.w. Millan is pieparing a map of the

: ahead on two of Starke's top prob- engine it will probably be placed city and he noted that several
: involved ,
Roads nghtsofaanii headaches weie Belting: t tai uttration
: lems, street paving and its power on the base of the city's present ; streets in the city's expanded I
WS 'limits were the order of the day and that he c\o J ,] u
L unnamed. He also said
S S shortage, at their regular meeting : 150 k.w. or 200 k.w. engine. It are '

I Tuesday night. The Council would give fife city a net gain of', that there were several duplications at Board the of Monday meeting Commissioners.of the '! everything.. in his po*'er : > :\1 KM;.

authorized City Attorney Arch' 700) to 750 k.w. I in the names of streets. i' County i them.
Standing room only existed for
III ---- __SAT Thomas Jr. to advertise for bids' The 900 k.w. engine offers stopgap i I McMillan said that the city Mrs. O. L. Haynes prote".ei t
i of the daas delegations
on paving the city's streets, and i aid to the city, allowing it I presently has three Oak Streets, j I from part all over the'County presented the Board that the proposed usd

l IIt'4'umt' realit3. named a delegation to in- two three of planning two Cypress Streets, and three ening would put the sidewalk
LOX L.\\T Bradford ( ountj's lIo"pitalill a 'they I or years I !!their wishes and requests to the
architect's drawing of the 25-bed; hospital that will beunder :, spect two power installations I before expanding its plant. It I First Streets. I Board. within a very short distance t rom
Above ian : The Council approved the her front steps. Arthur Holiday
Starke thi. fall. I yesterday (Thursday.) might then be able to keep aheadof purchase I Most serious of the difficulties
construction in j of a six-foot blade for the told thfe Board that removal ot
The delegation included Council- Starke's growing needs
j power i was that of attempting to settle
Ewell Lawson and 'l another 900 city's Adam grader. The blade shade trees from the front of hi!'
I men George y installing k.w. en- I the disputes which exist on the

The 65 cent of the construction the hospital has received $119,900 I.I Kopelousos; City Clerk Carl Johns: gine on the base of another small '!would be attached to the front | rights-of-way Highway NTO, or I home would make it unbe.l'hOI1l'eI .-tbhI
Bradford County Hospitalgot pays per I 10f hot and that he wanted his
its final "go-ahead" late last I cost under the provisions of from the racing fund in thl ee years Titus Olson, members of the Board ,i engine.:; I the grader for use in The city Madison Avenue. Scores of prop- I moved back.Although .

Hill-Buiton Fund which isI I and will receive an expected of Bond Trustees; and Riley Was-: The estimated cost of purchasingand dump. erty owners are involved in this I

Trustees week. and the hospital's Board for bids of the administered through the state.I I; $40,000 next year. dm, plant superintendent. The : installing the 900 k.w. engineis 1 The city granted L. K. White-.. ,project and their requests range all II| not present, it beuiie
are known that others involved
Bradford County Hospital The'hospital has suffered many group examined a 900 k.w. Fair- between S110.000 and 120,000, i I head an electrician's license. They i the way from having an ornament- nua
The The I
on its construction today. I
similar Mrs. WesleAn
has $105.000 "ups and downs" along its road to banks Morse engine at Cocoa and :. according to D. M. Sims. the Fair- I moved to meet Monday, Aug. 16. j I al shrub saved up to moving a -
bids will be opened Thursday Sept. :, Corporation presently ,drews wants an ok tree left
a jeality. Its biggestloss I then it traveled to Kissimmee to : banks Morse representative. i I to examine the city's registration I house. an operation involving
[ collected through Becoming : I
9 construction the new which has I
and on j where it is; Mrs. Edward Burns
tiix. Althoughit was $20,000 in dog track tax inspect plant using heavytypefuel : The Council discussed but took j books at 8 p.m. They also agreedto I 1.: thousands of dollars
hospital should follow shortly., the state's racing I I wants a magnolia tree saved Carl
declared \ in its action how to write the Seaboard Railroad I CommissionBishop; told the
to completely funds that were unconstitutional generators.The no on they planned :
Mrs. Louise H. Kite, secretary- does not have enough Johns has a dogwood tree \\ hlt'b
the cost of' by the supreme court Council became interested :; naY for the new generator. Councilman -: asking that the Silver Meteoi Board that nt ufsntutHv\ was not
treasurer of the Board of Trustees, meet county's he requests be saved.
Mrs. Kite said that and will probably be returned to| in the 900 k.w. engine when they I I'I' :! W. T. Jackson suggesteda make tegulai stop in Starke :'at Is leo t nar' rne oi,/pt"'" \ "nwness
leceived a telegram from the Flo- the project. I Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Mis J
will receive -: the track'owners.. The hospitalhad learned that it could be installed bond issue that would be financed S
rida State Improvement Commission he hospital corporation 'I' Mitchell want the Count) tto
through nextyear's not actually received the I on the base of one of Starke's present -l over a 10-year( period ba five-
las week authorizing the enough money pafor having their .sign board*
tax to complete the money. but it was counting on it generators. This would give mill property tax. Councilman r-i
Board to place the hospital project racing 'I moved back: thre are other requests -
the its needed with- Lawson the'
plant suggested
heavily. power .
on the market for bids. Final proie<'t.The j too numerous to list
the hospital out the to build a raising the city's tax.
.iiithoiization marks the end of hospital can now definitelybe One of the "ups" of requiring city I utility Holhs Knight county attinnevlater
that theh""pl constructed without a bond issue 'was the fact that its federal aid new building to house the gen- The Councilmen were informed
!two" ears of "red tape" explained to the Boai.i I iheuiotetlute
il pioject has fought its that would have delayed the was secure before, Congress cut i erator. bv Attorney Thomas that all right- followed by the S' tt'h

: The bond the Hill-Cuiton Fund though' The delegation will examine the of-wavs for city paving had been ,
.\ i\ till flu h. project for over a year. 'I ..d I Department in M-tinii t };
the hos- plant using:; the heavy fuel in hopes ;secured with two exceptions.. and I .
hos- i issue by .. .
TuMmiated cost of the was anticipated which it is receiving federal fundsManx : t .t"-otwaA: center lint MII

]1'. ii I i'in- about $323.000.: and the pital's trustees when thefelt similar hospital projects met-I J of converting the Starke plant to he expected to resolve thosev.; 'S.t\ iindile to determine \\ itt'
would not its use. The heavy No. 6 oil costs \ exceptions shortly. He was theii ,
of the
must 35 per cent that racing money fJl\: ttt' property will be ne.iiednii
.iiintv sudden death when they lost thi! : about five rents'a gallon less:i i authorized to advertise for bid;,
enough for early con- then
\MI. i -t jiltis' seveial other cxp.SI come in fast appraisers evaluate thtjiinpfitv
Trie teileial! governmentStarke's struction of the hospital. So fai. possibility of receiving federal aid. I than the plant's present No. 2 oil... t for the paving of the streets t and set up a schedule

I Citv Clerk Johns estimates that The Council accepted the bId!
I Moose Class Here Starke could make a $15.000 year-. :i the Andrews Motor Co. f.'t :i' : -i hfdule! I is then sent to th. C 'f .1'-\

ly saving by using the fuel. (' "Policeman's Special" Ford wt: ''UlllclEMoit.!

City Trap Backfires To Be DedicatedTo The Council had previously sent) :a 161 h.p. "Intercepter" enu.: .n. .-, are then made. tie ,,a.iicttii .
Johns 'l five-man deUgation to New The bid was $1000 73 plus th.., for the properly Wltflll!

Charley Bein. N. C.. to inspect two second. *rade-in of the old policp car ;am I t Ii. amounts set up by Iheiiaiset -
As Law Nabs.
Income Shows '. The minus federal tax which the i.f apt
The i.rst: "class" of BiadfonCounty's j hand 1000 k \\ engines. purchase and l in any e'em1\) .tt t -

of these engines would require .. does not pay.Surveyor i .: t lenient may be made If t theu ..s
of the Loya L II I I "
Wrong Fellow chapter construction of a new builda .S I M. G. McMillan aske iI <'VI'" ii. tight-of-way property iim.Keu

Sizable Increase I Order of Moose will be named iI. ing. and they are not suited t()1 the Council about the naming o f I ...' .(..J"! .. -- fi1t.:...- Failing this. the dispuU-U piop-

Law; enionement officers from honoi of Acting Governor Charle:' use of the heavy fuel. several streets in Stark Me eilis then condemned bpu>-
S. R. Hicks, >treet supervisor, employ the eiU". dams gradei
hiee ri.i; of Stake received : to help dig a trench for sewer and water pipe for thi Warren suhdivi1 i.. the amount to be pant 1.1
'I tI { 'Iy! blue 1950 Cadillac in front of the; membership director of the Moose No Hats In Ring IBen Kite Cut unes

SOb.J7: ( :> i 15 in total income during Bradford County Courthouse Wednesday -, 1 sion. Riley \Vasdin, plant superintendent, direits several ('il) workj 'the property owner.

:till' t tii si eight months of its fiscal afternoon after receiving | Milo said the class will be inducted For City Offices In Night ClubFreeForAll \j ers in the laying of pipe for the 29-houv development. Commissioner Bishop- then suggested -

\ -HI while. spending 5213.013.75foi :a tip that Nick Mon os. one of as soon as 100 charte r I I! that the Board pass a i evolution -

i the nation's IQ most-wanted crimp members can be formed in Brad- i Churches Continue Houses : lequesting the SRD to advance
expenses.These figures, based p The deadline ( Aug 211 for qualifying !- ia
l -nals. was driving through Starke. j ford County.Milo I funds for moving a gt
on the Ma31, 1954 monthly in the city election is fast Ben Kite of Starke ::
Two highwav patrol cars andS states that Acting GovernOr was injured Joint! Evening Worship]*: Get I number of palm trewand orna-
audit show a sizeable increaseovei ': approaching. but so far no hats ''st--vonsly in free-for-all outside Underway
a mental shrubs to adjacent -
Sheriff P. D. Rddish closed in on ,; Johns who is already a member property
last year's income and expenditures. have been tossed in the ring by :.of the Pelican Club Saturday
I the driver. Harry Raskins of : of the Moose. will be in Stark e | The second Union Evening Sen I and charge the mone> to the
| j candidates for the three city councilmen -I night. Kite suffered from a deep In West Starke County secondary road progl'amThe
'Miami who was mistakenly iden- when the class is inducted. H I ice of the Christian. Presbytena?
'i for election. j knife wound in the stomach and I
took in post
Last 'ear the city up
tified in Ocala as Montos. The : cites a letter from Johns date d and Methodist Churches will b J I Board also passed anol bet
I from three four other cuts. _
Sl 3.S38IH during the same period :I The terms of Councilmen L. O. or '
The 29-house Joseph D. Warren tesolution calling on all civic and
he drove
set for him as Jnlv 26 stating:
and spent $187,378.43. The increasein trap was I II | I' Hazen, James Lewis, and Ewell : Hearing on the cutting was held I held Sunday night. Aug. 8. in tli Le I
from Ocala to Starke. "I will be glad to do anythingcan I I housing development got underway I service organizations in the county -
I A. Yawn
I Theron '
cash receipts was contributedb j I Lawson will expire in September.d I by County Judge First Christian Church. The ie to aid and assist in a county-
Months is to be in to assist you in getting th Kite i this week Warren laid his first
reported 'None of the councilmen have i''llate yesterday morning. previously -I' as I
of city income .I
> everv category union services will con tint I :wide beautification program of all
:, Florida and is said to be armed required number of members, an stated whether seek told Sheriff E' D. Reddish foundation, and the City of Starke
re'I' -
including such items as: building yet they roads and streets.
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;with a machine gun. He is wanted it will be a privilege and an hono' election. {that he could identify his attarker, I through this month. i installed water and sewer lines to

permits, occupational licenees.bonds for unlawful flight to avoid prosecution to have this class in my name." I Clerk Carl Johns I and he was expected to do so at I The speaker for this Sunda iy I the site of the new homes. i iI i I A group consisting of Dugger
and fines, utility tax, cig- i City urges i
1 .
Jones Jack
I Wynn, E. McKmney.
arette tax, road and bridge tax, (robbery)I. Montos has ai Starke 1st Graders I newcomers to register for the! the hearing. No positive identification night will be Rev. Robert D. Son iWarren,i who moved to Starkest i I. Lester Kite and others appeared

parking meters and in the sale i record including such crimes as Register August 20 I election that will be held Sept. of the assailant was known I j mer, pastor of the First Methodl early this spring said that he is to tell the Board that all concerned -

of power and water. j violation of the National Motor i I 114. City registration books are.: before the Telegraph's press time. Church. I constructing two and three bed- I are ready to sign the deeds
The cutting took place at about
Vehicle Theft of '
The of income Act. possession i Registration for first graders i iStarke n'! open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.,,, I i room houses that will sell at the necessary for the construction of
city's largest source "tools 12:05: ; a.m. Sunday morning. J. Following a schedule of tl 16 I :
was from its light and water burglar buiglary. receivingland will be held on Aug. 20 i itho n Monday through Friday and from I Moody of Starke lost three teeth remaining services J I $7000 and $8000 price-range. His i the road starting at Lester Kite'sifarm

plant It collected $120.268.33 during concealing stolen property. and ctnrif" p-imaw Building a
"Qean&Children's to P. T. Nolin, principal <)f Several, fateful issues will be al: Aug. 8, Christian Church, se r- West Starke.
the first eight months of this, i f'lrri'n Ithe brawl. No other injuries were : Mr. and Mrs. Bradford requested -

uscal year as compared with; Committee ; StarUo Elementary School. Tr:IP i i stake during the next term ol r I reported. mon by Rev. Robert D. Sommei'. I j The cement block walls of sev- the Board to do some repairs

5110.677 59 for last year. Transient .1!.1i child must be sLx years old befoi rethe, councilmen. Such items a;I : Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown said : Aug. 15, Methodist Church. se reral! of the houses in the Demetreej :Ion part of the old Lawtey road

from the light and water.1 i The Bradford County Children'sI Jan 1.1QS5.; to be eligible f<)r I increasing Starke's power capacity. i that the proprietor of the PelicanI i j mon by Rev. J. E. Sherwood. j Builders, Inc. project have been near the Farmers Market. They

Committee will meet Monday noon :; ar.pont buildinsr a new water tank I .
; anc and
und to the city's general fund I !Club has been instructed to provide I Aug. 22, Christian Church, se r- j completed, some new foundations were told that rights-of-way have
.Aug.:; 9 at the Methodist Recreation were $26.500 in 1954 as comparedu I : more lighting on : : have been laid in the project. I on that road and

( $21.750 in 1953.Starke's |I Hall. hild's birth certificate at the tin le tion system. the return of cit of the club to reduce the possibili- mon by Rev. W. S. McAhley Some of the Demetree houses are I the job will be done as soon a*

cigarette tax brought. All members are uiged to be of registration. The registraticwill m taxes, and other problems wil I ty of any recurrence of such Aug. 29 Presbyterian Chuic;h. expected to be ready for occupants i possible.W. .

present be from 9 a.m. to 3 pm. fare next vear's law makei! s fH.-hb -t'l mon b\ Rev Snerwood. earl! this fall S. Sibley presented a peti'tion -
in S22.06S73 during the eight
to the Board asking tnat

S $month 2O!Paikmg 138.06 pencil for meter last as revenue year.compared jumped t( Active Boy Scout Troop Is Credit To Boys, Parents, And Community ,i three Melrose"Roads miles road of 100, which the and"Starke 21.tins be hard and between -

(rom SUOI: last year to $4.OSS 36 surfaced The Board filed the petition -

Starke now has 12s _. _._
mivtai .
and added
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narking meters although:; mamihem r : t th.. secondary road list.

I tempoianh out nt
> aie Commissioner Jessie Ohastain.i

operation due to consumption on4inut ke.i! tnat a curve be taken out

\\ and Call Slieets .M i :proposed Graham road, as

S dike's five per lent lit 1111 \ 'S iitf ithe property 01 Berry

.-t: lleition on gas and ele t'1 S _,--.4 j i'I. ii j "Ih>. matter was taken unIt -

.-, v increased from $6 fc2683 lo : : ,t.i\ l"t'lIlent

$8 751 W for the eight month _; S k Hfii.ixon\ ; of Hampton. re'jne't -

period This tax increase reflect .5 i that the Board eie.t a

a J4UOOO! increase in the use oisa 1 : n.\ ;t. m e to replace one n'lon

>- an>l electricity : gnt-o.ay( requested bv the
fhi ciU's utility tux l.ugeKvfie. ... < ''.mntThe, : Board explained at
)ienjjtthat I u was not the
: > the before-and-at periodtin ,p ;_ -S S policy
4. ,.: 'h. Hoard to pay foi fencing
>< extended city limits. A sharp
,f. ."fi"-, where a fence alread> ex-
mi e was noted in the tax .
D iii it of
is a question niv.1mg -
afei the popular referendum
S t. exiting: fence. Th.- Boardi
Septetider. and the 1954 fiscal .
: u. : \piamed that it bu>s new
,1'31 leflects conditions since Oct. .
i "'11'' i fIg <>nl\ in a case where a

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The i ity took in S4.S15 in fines: ., tTtan.l in other instances will
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and rorteitiires this year as compared .- 1i:..' lui'ie the fence but not supplythe
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:o $4096 for last year. Oc- ,- materials. Later. Mi Saxon

iup.ii.onHl licences brought in ..... ".If .... 4 deeded the land to the County. on
Scouts Robert Kelly and Charles Kirkland rt't'.ithl'ir Eaglebadges
$;..Ot: fltI in 1934: and $4.191.75 in the condition that the existing
J953 I'1: ': -pi from their parents at a (nurt of Honor last Thursda Pictured fence be moved

Kale: Stout Jan :Mumlorff to drink from tht
stoops get a pump above are :Mr. and :Mrs. J. U. Kelly' (lidO) and Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. Arch Tnomas jr., on behalf of
at the nu j Scout TrtH'p:0 campsite near Hawthorne whilea.vne. the
Bradford CountyTo Kirkland who are presenting; their sons with the award.mi local American Legion post.
: :Mundorff drinks from a e'ii. The lxs. are on a pier overlooking the thanked the Board for clearing the

Hire Forester lake on which the campsite is situated. .: -M tractjof 14 acres, located on Temple -

-: .!it by the Rotary Club several STAR: Kenneth Miller. D. Ritch Avenue, adjacent to Martin's

Hei}. tit; small woodland owners :T IIgtl The Scout Hut has an of- Green. and Freddie Stephens. I Fruit Stand. The Legion Post will
will!) b. available after October 1. The se\enth in a series of articles in which the Telegraph will eplore \-
tmeeting room. and patrol LIFE: Robert Cooper, Archie hold the next Fair at this site, and
when 4 Farm Forester, to serve some of the good and bad points alxuit Starke as revealed in 1 '
')oms Green, Gerry Gibson Alonzo, plans to turn part of it Int. a
Biadt'trd and St Johns counties. I lour recent community questionnaire. In bringing: these matters to The scouts are guided by a Kirkland and Charlie Manire. i':playground for children

will be hired and established in an i I light, it is hoped that the information printed might lead to elimination S.. out Committee which is headed i FIRST CLASS: J. R. Batten,i'I' Then speaking as altol ne> for

of ire in Starke. i or correction of the bad and further improvement of the good.: r..> W. E. Lawson. chairnan; J. R land Edward Green. i j Starke, he requested the Board for

ontract between the Brad- 1 Tilt: Qt'EMIOX.VS ASKEDIS THE7E .\ACT1VK:, WELL : : I Kelly secretary-treasurer; C. L .I SECOND CLASS: Buddy Baker. ':'a 10-ft. nght-of-way on the western

oro County board of commissioners ORGANIZED BOY *('OIT TROOP IX YOIR TP.'XTilE AX- Cnoper outdoorsman: P. T. Nolin. Donald Cooper. Irvan Covington. I side of North Church street,

and the State Board of For- i SWERS: YES 68; NO 6. publicity: H. K. Tyus, property: Billy Dampier. Tommy Dyal. Hank:: tc permit the widening of that !

t'&ll'was signed this week. The Starke can count its at a Court of Honor held at BHS and J. T. Kirkland. advancement I Graham, Ray Judd. Johnny Mack:street.' The Board suggested that !
('count pays 40 per cent of the j among Stadium last Thursday. They Other committee members are j Kelly. Vincent Kelly. David Law- a preliminary survey be made, and !

cost $1.640. and the State Board I blessings an active wellsupportedI were the only two boys so awarded I I'! Three !scout ((1 to rl) Tommy Djal, I). Ritch Creep, and Robert Millard Judd. E. T. Shull Tommy son. Ronny Prevatt. Bobby Shall. ,then the request be made again. !

he bt1ani'e.A4'.ordlng. j Boy Scout troop. Scout Troop 70 from among hundreds of scouts; I Kelly are stripping bark from a pole that will be u>ed: in the construe-, Mersereau. and T. C. Stallings. !'Bob Smith. Harold Tyus, Jerome :I
by the Rotary Club. is
to J. A. Butz, management building an outstanding record that make up the Alachua Dis- | tion of the scout't cooking and dining hut. 8I"loOrit'll Jones, The boys show a wide range of Edwards. Gary Farber Tommj Commissioners Adopt

assistant of the State I : progress with local scouts presently Stallings, Johnny Stephens, Jame that reflects credit not only on trict.This Scoutmaster Harry Green, and Clarence Cooper are erecting a tablein Budget
Board of Forestry, the Farm For- week the troop is enjoying!: (l the hut. : in every classification possible. i i Wiggins, and Harry Stallings.j .

ester will advise and assist on the I the boys but on the parents and a week's camping at their new : The scouts work their war, un.I j, TENDERFOOT: Larry Crosby Without any changes, the Board

ground. small woodland owners the community as well. campsite Camp Rayonier, neai r :I from Tenderfoot to Eagle througha I Sonny; Lawson, Fredrick Lewis of County Commissioners on Mon-

with the proper management:; and The troop currently boasts Hawthorne. The campsite and the; *-ous > the scout's kitchen and eat- water, which is quite a luxury| series of tests and accomplish. James McLendon, :Mike Reddish i.I'I''day adopted the budget of

marketing of their timber. three Eagle Scouts that have attained use of 1500 acres were given tc dng. facilities. The camp is situated -I for last year's campers who car- ments. { Wallace Wise. and Marshall Cros 177808.54 for running the coun-

A 'similar plan but including the "Scout's highest honor" the scouts by P.a 'onier, Inc. above a small lake that will. ned their water for seven milesin Troop 70 is made up of the following by' ,. ty government from Oct. 1, 1954

Clay county was submitted 'i within the past few months. Two The scouts and their parent*s provide the scouts with plenty of five-gallon! jugs. scouts NEW SCOUTS: Bobby Benton, to Sept 30. 1955 A ropy of the

months ago. but ('Ia county ecentu -I of them. Rober Kelly and Charles have been dealing the campsite? swimming and fishing The campsite Here in Starke the scouts have EAGLEJan Mundorff. Robert. William Powell. Douglas Seymore S budget was prined in recent

decided not to paitu-ipa'e Kirkland. receded their badges and ereit.ne a hu: which w.l! has a well!! foi fresh d.nkmg their own Stout Hut which was; Kei'y' a.'.d Charle K.rkiani and Stevit Simmons sue

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0- la The Circuit Court Of The Elg.t.1 I da excepting therefrom road right- !Quarter Section 27, Township S reserved in the Board of Educationof Canal Timber Corporation to the ;1 i fi

COUNTY TELEGRAPHOLDEST Judicial Circuit Of Florida U .'ad of-way through said EH of Lot 60 I South Range 22:! East containing the State of Florida and their I above described lands as a he
BRADFORD For Bradford C.amtji as described in Deed dated May 19, 5 acres, more or less. successors. simple title; and you are required i,
in Deed Book 60
recorded .
1m Chaacrry.Canal 1924 i Southwest Quarter of Southeast Northwest Quarter of Northeast to appear and serve a copy of youranswer I
FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Timber Corporation. ) Page 21, Public Records. of LTad- i Quarter of Northeast Quarter Section t Quarter and Northeast Quarter of ( or pleading on Plaintiff I
Plaintiff, ) ford County Florida.Lot 27, Township 5; South. Range Northwest Quarter and Northwest !attorney. A. J. Thomas Jr., whose I
I I 42, Woodlawn Section 17. 22 East containing 10 address is Starke. Florida and to
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Florida Land vs.and Immigra- ) Township 5 South Hinge: :22!:! East less acres moreor { ) 10 more or less; Also Lot 49.
the Aet of March 3, 1879. lion Company of Florida, ) Woodlawn acres Section 18 TownshipS Southwest Quarter of Northwest i[portion of Southeast Quarter of {pleading in the office of the undersigned !
I!I et al., ) ;; South Range 23:! East, 10 acres, Quarter of Northeast Quarter. Sec- j Northwest Quarter lying West of i Clerk of Circuit Court on {
6, 1954 otherwise allegations
I Sept. the -
Defendants. ) less. tion 27, Township ;5; South, Range Seaboard Airline Railway Sec- ( ; ,
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -.- MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION I I QUIET TITLE. ETC. more Lots or 54. 59 in Woodlawn in Section :22: East, containing 10 acres more I lion I!. Township ;5 South. Range | of said complaint will betaken 1
OnilKR OF PIBL1CATIONMt 17, Township 5 South. Range or less. '122 East excepting therefrotn the as confessed by > ,>u. ,
NOTICE TO .4PPK.IK 22 East containing 20-acres moreor I North one-Quarter of Northwest ,road rights-of-way described InDeed j IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that I
The State Of Florida. To Quarter of Northwest Quarter dated April !6. 1924. recordedin this order of Publication and Notice I
MAYBE WE NEED A 'WORKING'Seatthing I less i Section 35. Township 5 South. Deed Book 45. Page 29! Public {lobe forthwith published once each
Lots :30. :31 Section 19, Township lUng 22 East (excepting there- Records of Bradford County Flo- week for four cucesslve weeks la I
The following named defendantswho 5 South: Range 23 East I from the right-of-way of S.A.L.: Ry. ,irida. and in Deed dated May 5. 1924.! ;Bradford County Telegraph, a duly
through the old files of the Telegraph in preparation for our forthcoming75th are residents of the State of Woodlawn.The and the road rights-of-way de- I{recorded in Deed Book 39, Page I'I qualified newspaper published In i I
Florida East 520 feet Northwest scribed in Deed dated April 15. 1925, !565. said Public Records I said County.
Anniversary edition has given us a deeper appreciation of the problems faced by the : Quarter of Northwest Quarter of recorded in Deed Book 39, Page I That portion of Northeast Quarterof WITNESS' my hand ind official '
It is surprising how greatly some things have Emma Pearce Hill a widow, in- Northeast Quarter Section 24. 477, Public Records of Bradford I| Northeast Quarter of :Southwest j seal at Starke. Bradt,ird County, \
founders and developers of our community. dividually and as sole heir at law Township ;5; South. Range 22 East ('ounty. Florida; in Deed dated June 'Quarter. Section 21. Township 5 Florida this August 5, 1954.I .
and how little change there has been in others over the last three-quarters of a containing 8-acres, more or less i ill, 1937;; recorded in Deed Book ,South. Range 22 East; also de ,
changed of Louis H. Hill deceased (OFFICIAL SEAL Charl.s! .
whose I excepting therefrom road rightofway 42. Page 69. said Public Records; Iscribed as Lot :25 of Woodlawn assame I x Darby J
century. 1 residence and address is Lawtey described in Deed dated Octo- and in Deed dated October %3, 1935, is platted in the current Clerk of Circuit t'.ru, l 1 Bradford
that of the problems our forefathers worried about have I I Florida ber 15 1953; and recorded in Deed recorded in Deed Book 41, Page 164, public records of Bradford County County.olltfld.l ;t $ 4t g.23
We are proud to say many ; Book 74 Page 409 Public Records of said Public Records) said land lying "Florida said Section Township and
been solved and manof the goals they worked for have been realized. Wev have good R. P. Jones, whose residenceand Bradford County. Florida. and being West of S.A.L. Ry. track Range; which lies South of State
address is Fernandina Southwest Quarter of Southwest and containing about 8-acres, more Road No. *%5. HOW TO UUIY8 SKIM ITCH.IN1SU1NUT1S .
roads good schools good public utilities all made possible by the foundations they laid Beach Quarter of Northwest Quarter. Sec lor less. Lots 25. 38! 40. 47 of WoodUnn in "
Florida; tion 26. Township 5 South. Range i West Half of Southwest Quarter, I
I Section I*, Township 5 South, Range ,
so well many years ago. R. R. Thede, whose residenceand 22 Bast. I Section 11. Township 7 South Range 22 East; containing 10 acres, more If ..tps.,4, 7"1' 4di be& at aaf
On the other hand, it must be noted that at least one Southeast Quarter of Southeast 122: East. containing 80.44 acres moreor or less. 1 cbq $1.". ITCH.u&.NOT Loa aUI I
address is 2584 Park Street, ...stl.U. M MM lick k otrwl toe
Quarter of Northeast Quarter; less and lying and being in theCounty
matter that occupied their time and attention fifty years You and each of you are hereby I ...tea-u.. ..H.gll. Mttea eh.al.ulha
Jacksonville, Florida; Southeast Quarter of Northeast ( of LVadford, State: of Florida notified that a Bill of Complainthas *}

To Err's. jEvery ago is still just as much of a problem today. That is the II.George : North Quarter/ Half of of Northeast Northeast Quarter Quarter of; |lthre EXCEPT.-fourths title of all to phosphate an undivided minerals I has filed in the Circuit Courtof I AND FUNGUS sit wiUr ON skis.CONTACT U KILL, ,Caitiff.. ft*
( Etadford
problem of how to maintain Crosby Lake Cemetery as the J. Arnold. Leroy DanielArnoil. Southeast Quarter of Northeast and metals and title to an .Chancery, by Canal County Timber Florida Corporation In ewes *{ l*.t Itch *tkftct s..
: once in a while, !>O ( Daniel T. Atwood, John S.Bennett Quarter; Section 27. Township a ', undivided one-half of all\ petroleum as plaintiff and r&lhe. THaT a'
'On"l and should be how against > ou
beauty spot it rightfully could or even J. S. Bonnets 22 East. 'I hat b. .
waving a also known as -I South Range mav in on. or under the and! "3.. h of you as defendants; that,
comes into the office, I i to keep it clean enough to be respectable.In and Carrie 1:. Bennett, South Half Northeast Quarterof ali.ivr .d.. -s,'r.bed land with the privil'K '- '!h.. nature of said suit is t,) quiet MITCHELL'S DRI'G STORE
wpy'of the paper over his hl'ad'i wife'; Thomas J. bur in, also known I Southeast Quarter of Northeast i';, tie and drvvlot| ;hr '.u!: H i''l LuiHirm the title of plaintiff
each and I Ien'ry s an old issue of the Telegraph dated around 1910 we as Thomas J. Burr''. and his wife .
IhiratmlnK to stomp Fenette Burnn. .&1"0 known as
: :
member of the staff for an noted an article describing the formation of a local corpora- Jennett F.. Burrin. J. faker, 1-

In that issue. To take a I tion for the purpose of maintaining the cemetery in a man- whose last know address was -,- --
rrror 'razeysburg, Ohm. lieorge; S. Baxter
lypiral example it may be that ner that would be a credit to the town. We cannot help but Edgar C. Lung ai.,>l "'alton'ergu-

hin name is Cyrus P. Horseshoe : wonder what became of that old organization? Perhaps it son under Jr.the, (Co-partni firm name doing and business style of

and as printed it appears Pyrus C. ,, functioned for a while and then like many other groups, G. S. Baxter and Company, Clarence r
D. BUkeslee 11. L" Bennett Jr., El-
Sore..hoe, something like that. : gradually lapsed into inactivity. nara Pen nett. J. X. Bostick and his I

An j how. good! reader with Horseshoe us and ,,,' That the problem is still with us, and that our readersare wife:1(,. Mary I. Hostick 1. Bostick nho&e also last knownas known

really "raises sand" conscious of it, is evidenced by the fact that recently the address was BeiTien County Georgia -
in the world that Edward Crawshaw also known s
there's nothing :I
and bear it. ;. Telegraph has received two letters from widely separated as Edmond Crawshan, and wifeLaura
we. can do hut F. Crawshaw whose last
out the deplorable condition of the cemetery
sources pointing
and make darned sure that them i i"f' known address, was St. Louis Mo.,
it happened we grounds and stating the willingness of the writers to cooperate Joseph( Crawshaw A. J. Campbell
flay and James
Scott Strong
Sore- with others in remedying the situation by some
don't address! him 8'iIr. i i rrustree ot the Methodist Episcopal
effort. Church. North of Burrin Station and
[t-lfW. I i heir successors in office as such;

There's no defense for an error I: One writer said : "We have always gladly kept our \. P. Cauthen Frances Drumm and

appearing! in the paper. The things! I! family plot but many times have had to cut the high weeds aM Harold Known Drumm.address her husband was Newark whose,

ha-\nrn. and they are right therein 1 4 i to get to the lot. The walkways of the entire cemetery Ohio Lucy; A.Thomas Emrrson Dixon J. II.O. M.Earle Evans Jr.,

Mack and white for all to see. !,. should be kept cleaned out. then if those who have'lovedones also known as John It. Earle Jr..
his mistakes. J. I'. Edie also known as John C. ')ill '
A doctor mav bury buried there care so little for their dead the cemeterywill }Edie James II. Fuss, individually, 1 r i N 1

a Hwyer argue his wav out of his r II at least be in much better condition. If someone will (land as. Trustee of Woodlawn Syn-
cover his up with and his wife, Lillian W.
an a plasterer I It. start a fund of $1 each per month, I feel sure that those of Jo''''''. also known as Lillian Foss, r t
ta'- but the newspapermancan't whose last known addresses were frl4d,,, + '
get away from his I I us who keep our own lots will be glad to help with our $1. I Cambridge, Mass., David Floyd, it. : y ,

I We believe that the writer is correct in assuming that w tense last know n address was as
"v.. mUM try to say that in a Winthiop Mass., "'. T. Graham.
t'il'a) issue. there are about 28words ,- ;: almost everyone with a lot at Crosby Lake would be more Clnids Norris and E. S. Crawford ,
I than willing to $1 into fund for beautifying and maintaining 1 Executors under the Will of Levi N.
8q each of which can be pay a Norris, deceased and their successors. -

fir*-ned in a number of different : the cemetery. The natural beauty of this ancient .. J. \\'. iaskins. J..hnll'xan-
Graham James L. Gates, Thomas -
ways, all but one of which is burying ground can hardly be matched in this part of Florida, B. HaiXb>' and Wife Emma M.lAmby. .

Vk...ng. But to no avail i if an I and with a minimum of care and attention it could be developed Kmma .G.John Harvey.I.. Harvey Erastus and U. Wife Hill,

late subscriber' choose to ask us into a spot to be proud of rather than ashamed of. individually and a> Trustee, I. IV.lagg .
W K. Knight, Alexander
Kfiq we printed men's skirts instead -
Rural churches maintain their cemeteries by. an annual Kelley, Samuel C. Lane also known
of men's shirts. It does is Sam'l C. LallI' J. B. Mi-Naught,
"working" when all interested persons are invited to bringa
nn good to point out that we didget lam-he Mi-Naught. whose last f I
well-filled lunch basket and tools to work with. Perhaps known address was Zane'ville.Ohi. f
the other 28,895 word in that Thomas E. McNaught and Opal
this isn't the most desirable and efficient method to the "
'''..up correct ho still thinks we get MrNaught. his wife, whose last

ought to know the difference between : job done but at least it beats what is being done in the maintenance ginia.known Donald address I. was McKay Norfolk, J. D. Vir Sic.Lemore -

a shirt and a skirt. line at Crosby, which is generally nothing exceptfor "-. M. Montgomery, Mrs.

Likewise it does no good to try the care of a few individual lots. Emma Mitchell and as Lazarus Trustee Mohr.whose individually -

don't know what the is to the last known address was Chatham
to explain away some of the.r- Frankly, we answer (ounty.. fi..rgia.tbert E. Mm..r.If. ,

rors that creep in despite our A r- : Crosby Lake Cemetery problem, but we would like to hear Wm. Martin Jr.. George W.

1u+- proofreading efforts to I from more of our readers who must be just as interested heirs:Major., devisees Frd Milton, legatees The, unknown grantees. '

keep them out, by blaming the I in the matter as the two who have already written us. We rediiors and other claimants by a

typewriters>> or Linotype machines have unlimited faith in concerted action, and we believe that Norris through deceased under or Samuel against Parks Levi N.A. 1

Although ""'\'l' taken great pains I J. Powers. T. \V. Pitts, also knownas
I show interest in the
it' and when enough people matter some
la teach our machines how to Thos W. Pitts, M. V. Raley. Elizabeth -
satisfactory solution will be reached. Reed James A. Sherman.
correctly ,
spelt sometimes it just known address waKt'ent'
I whose last
rrms. that they simply don't careand It II t NewHampshire, Frank A,
I ;,n.th'irlll"lIv.. ... .
Stern ? ----
I Sfax -
tallai I '
they pop out errors one after II I Silva Joseph STEWART. JORDAN, CO.
trustee |
and as
the other. Onl.s.Jmt'Onf'. who Rules Cramp His Style B. Stukel L Isaac A. Shattonch.D. Smith Aueusta G. E ,I

types or sets' type can fully Summerton. ,
The unknown
,i Snyder, M. Squires
the many dlffl'rt'nt'a- : Evidently the bully boy from Wisconsin is still able to heirs devisees legatees, grantees bv. ,

nations that can occur in theM ( make his fellow Senators quiver and quake by the simple creditors through under and other or against claimants Ola The '

"'7d "although for example. i of beetle-browed in their direction. de. deceased. The unknown heirdevisees --,
expedient turning a gaze creditors -
Meanwhile, we're getting ready ,
!i At least the boys in what was once described as "the I i and other claimants in FORD
now to read proof on this week's through under or against J. E. T.: SCOS
Is'ne. Column after column ofmatter | most exclusive club in the world" showed an amazing amount rv also known as Julia E. Terry ami H

of reluctance to record the 'senator T J. Terry, her husband Emu ,
I'r''in will be inspectedwfullv. I go on as censuring junior Whitney whose last Known addreswas

and no errors found but i from Wisconsin, and it was almost pathetic to see the eagerness Somerville and wife Mass.Rose John Lewis H. w'i-Williams. ,
'In'""", the proofreader is vigilant | with which they sought shelter under a diversionary Harvey L. White. James 1. '

21mott to the point of Incoming resolution that was hastily introduced to take them off the Ward.. as William W. R. P.Whitehead Whitehead and alsoknown W. I P
bug-eyed, another mistake! '' iiitJi1) spot. M. Overstreet. if alive and the Unknown I CAR C
through and be printed. And:j i, spouse of each of them if FORD
In the meanwhile his blissful dead
Senator McCarthy goes alive and if any of them be
thene wait, fearfully, knowing I way. doing just about'as he "durn pleases. His latest ef- 10 the unknown spouse, heirs devisees -, CARD
assignees SCORE
full well that the aforementionedMr. grantees legatees
I frontery was to tell a Senate subcommittee considering waysto creditors and other claimants by. NO
80rt'!>hOt'. or Mr. Shorehoe, or under against each and NO
whatever his name is will come I i curb abuses.of congressional investigative powers that every through of the above named persons 130H.P.1.8LOCK V.I YES

pounding in, screaming vengeance j "Each rule makes it more difficult to get a conviction." Florida who are Association deceased: to Chicago the Chicago Title I t>

and be satisfied with nothing less )i Commenting on this amazing statement a Boston edi- and Trust Company, A. Earstein I t .8.In Its fieldheonlyV.

, tha the whole Telegraph staff rolled torial writer says : "One might just as well say. The reign. Sons, Brothers J. L. Faulk Ears-tein& Company.and I-sah-Palmer I i P \ NO NO

in Ink and covered with scrap of law makes it more difficult to lynch a man.' By the same man.Brothers P.isser M. and Ferst Stearns.& Company.Mosher |j i safiES s DEEP.f1LOCK DESIGN YES

paper.fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' token the precepts defining admissable evidence versus Lippman Brothers E. J. Acosta. | g lOYi.f1\1 rcTtoJO'N NI

rumor and hearsay make it more difficult for an ambitious Savannah.whose last Georgia known. Woodlawn addresses Syn-was:I[ engine\ life

district attorney to 'railroad' an innocent man to the gallows dicate. Atlantic Lumber* Company?j. 1 to longer NO
Bradford County l ank. The Baptist1f.me NO
BIG DADHappenings !1-i more difficult also, for a slick defense lawyer to win Florida Land and Immigration ( 1. SUSPENSION YES
Gro fRONT _
of Florida. >-
Company 6P pE IALl.JOINT
acquittal for a guilty gangster. Manufacturing Company Jacksonville .

i The same' writer points out that it is not a function of Grocery Provision Company.Company.P.aley-Hambv McNer l i i, handling and ndinglot

i I Congress either to prosecute an individual or to determine Company and J. L. Harvey Realty'II \ eaSier NO

: whether he should be for act. "The Company and their unknown successors ] NO
prosecuted a past proper trustees stockholder and !i k taw LOOK YES

By Clair LazenhylAlAllAllilLltVAAIAt i function of congressional inquiries is to ascertain facts as a other claimants by, through or under |,, TpMOAROW'SL LONG, _
I them; and to all other persons
,<.l.l.l 'guide to specific legislation, not to become an open grand claiming any right title lien or interest tor years
I' in or to the followine dr- | \ 10 Byte\
'jury. When committee member of undertakes VlIIHtay
any or scribed property situate in Brad- j NO ,
Carlos Helen Norman :
and sons: to 'convict' or to 'acquit' individuals the separation of ford County, Florida to-wit: '' cj'I IN. NO
attended a family reunion held at : Lot 64 in Woodlawn In Section i YES "
: powers basic to the American Constitution is in jeopardy. 10. Township S South. Range '-'-' M1. GLASS AREA
the home of '
her parents Mr. and
in PublicRecords i,
Mrs J. L. Wester in Garden City : Senator McCarthy has lost sight of this if, indeed he I Ii East a-of same Bradford is platted County, FI'II-I ViSlblb\J

Sunday. I i lever i knew it or recognized it. His fellow Senators, by their da. '"\ tor f U-tude NO \
Lots 35. :36.: 37 and :3S: in Section tsi NO
Emaline Dobbs enjoyed seeing: lack of courage, missed a grand opportunity mind him. 11. Township 3 South flange :22: K.staciording DRIVE YES

the "Robe" and would like for all of it.. i to plat of Woodlawn, Pub- ,,| LS fORDO"1TIC _
II I lie Records of Bradford Countv.
her friends to it. .
Florida, except easement and rigbt--
Sorry to hear that Eloise Taylor's -I friends in Jacksonville over the TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 (of-way as described m Deed J-ued I tntermedl3te g ear for gfeater
weekend. February ? 192?. and recorded in'' automatic YES
brother and his wife were: in I I : IVed Book 12, Page 20 of Ihr 5'ub- Vtlth NO

a car accident in Macclenny Saturday -i:j Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylor and 1AKEGENEVA I itr Records of Bradford Coun') ; AVAILABlE YES

morning. Both are getting: Eloise enjoyed the weekend fishing Florida. d
I and 56 lying r.aot of 2--
I Lots 53;
along fine. I I jat Levy Lake. I by Blanche CunninghamIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAL State Road No. 200 in Section 12.:! I \ ,.

Mr and 1Ir!;. Edear Dukes and : Mrs. E. W. Rosier and family Township 5 South, Range 22 East + to care gas-and NO
I ntaining 19 acres more or less 0
Miss Mamie Henry wt're'isitin/: Iof Miami were guests of :Mrs. ,, Lots S3. 54. 59.,60 and Xl: of Lots ESP RETURN YES NO
Eddie Dukes who is ill at the Army Ruby Kirkland last weekend. | S.-Sgt. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilkinson 37; and 58 in Woodlawn and con- I n THE HI GUEST -
less -
50 more or
taining acres t' I 'E
HosDital in Fort Benning, Ga. j Mrs. W. B. Kines and daughters, of Orlando and Bryant said property lying in Section 12. \.. Prose It
Mr and Mrs. Edgar Dukes attended Debra Lee and Nancy Ann. left I, Wilkinson of Palatka. brother and I Township 5 South, Range 22: E.ist- "P ot used car poses J"Folks"
I PTadford County. Florida, except- Analyses
the wedding of Mr. and 1 Saturday for a weeks visit in |I father of Mrs. R. 0. Mann, were ing therefrom the right-of-way of
Mrs Carl Edwards the Seaboard Air Line Ry., and road ; who know the score are buying Ford
Sunday eve- Milledgeville.! Ga, with her moth recent guests here. Sgt. Wilkinson tee
said X% of
right-of-way through And sales records show more people are buying
r-ne i ler. Mrs. Ethel Mazo. Mrs. Iazospent ''I, recently spent a year in Alaska Lot 57 as described in Deed dated
Esther Starling and daughters several weeks with Mr. IUd April 26. 1924. and recorded in Deed Fords than ever! Join the swing to Ford. See

'v-re visitine her mother. Mr. and i, Mrs. Kines. Mrs. F. L. Easterly of Jacksonville Bradford Book 45. Page County.29.Florida.Public Records of i i i iI i' ,r $p r us now while your present car still has high*

.'rs J L. Kirkland in Jackson- rtD. I Lots I. 1, :3:, 4, IS. 11, 13, 16, 17. summer trade-in \alue.
M Mr and W. Burnhan spent Saturday with her I IS! :29, 3", 31, 32, 33. 34, 35. Ui. 4J. flr &
v "o Sunrtqv spent the weekend in Plant City. :mother. Mrs. U. 47, 449, 50, S3 64. in [Wood-I
Mr and Mrs. O Nettles and chil-; i Blanche Cunningham lawn in Section 13" Township i; i
Mrs. John Lewis of JacksonvHi 'I j
South Range 22; East and containing -
c" pn of Gainesville were visiting spent the weekend .vith her daugh-: I, and her three brothers here. :250; acres, more or less except- I' ; -

V "' r a."v Stewart last weekendWe 1 ter. Lula Mae Baxter, of Brouker. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsythe ing therefrom road right-of-way I| y
I said Lots 63; and SI described
through as
.>k.>nrt cn.A"t nf "M rs Rev quietly celebrated their 45th wed- K .
in Deed dated October 15 ,
I y7rorda.w6s
:Mr. and Mrs. Odell Green r.nd a
p 'mesere Mrs. W. F. Tucker i jfiing anniversary July 18. Mr. 1953 and recorded in Deed Book 74, (
family enjoyed a swim at Kings' Forsythe is Page 409. Public Records of Brad
r "I Crlldran."cc j are-tired B. & O.
Lake ford County Florida.Lot
ley Saturday.Mrs. i Railroad
('qrnh' RlnodW'n..th of t conductor. Numbered 36 Woodlawn
Lula Mae Baxter spent Section 19 and Eu of Lots 53 and f
3 "ksnnviiie visited h.r sister De- j i J Groover B. &:: O. Railroad SO Womilawn Section 13; all
Ion Conner Sunday afternoon. Thursday night in Starke wtl conductor of Connellsville. Pa.. in Township -South.. Range :22! East
ter Mrs. Mallory Thomas. :j and containing 20-arres. more or
Mnrt Mr.. Frtward Dnu
f..,.'''rts visiting from Brook- Ella Mae Gainey: and family i his old friend Ray Forsythe Iaw n as re. ordfd in the public I
Jacksonville ft.j jj Bradford ,I'ounty. For ,
VIP' Ctrds". spent Sunday at
Forsythe. Mrs
B. Carl- -
j -- I
'! M Mr !': Beach.
joe Rtarlin
were i i son and Mrs. B. Cunningham werei OAd D..rdm.
.,-iting in Jacksonville and Mac-' Glad to have Mary Suttie work- i I business callers in Green Cove GOT ASUMMER opftangl an DI.leis Corn in. 9f r&. tcor and yew'n pit a FORD ..c a.
.. ._
i cool.
,->nny Sunday. ing with us now. Mary has Just (, Springs and Starke Wednesday.Mr. r ,

Mr end Mrs. .1. D. Carlton and arrived from Scotland. and Mrs. E. Thomas of I

rnatr Lar>>rthv. were visiting (Cleveland. Ohio spent several days COLD I
at ".. CARD OF THANKSCur I Andrews Motor Co.
s m Vhvcross. Ga., undaGlat1 .el-I I j""centlv with the Forsythes. Mi /

to have Judy Green ( heartfelt thanks to all who ,Thomas is a oassenger conductor TAKE -

V--e r1Arkworkin with us now. extended comforting sympathy and ;i on the B. &:: O. Railroad.

O C. Suttle has taken his help in our recent sorrow. For, the Frippd, sympathize with Mrs fer'

c:"nd to Danville Va, for further ,beautiful service, flowers and other Mildred Ghsson of here. who lost 666 symptomaticRELIEF Phone 118 Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE. FLORIDAGREAT

ton!ment of polio kindnesses we are deeply gratr-
her brother
I and nephew last week
Mildred GI iff:;; wa'islting ful The Raulerson family m an auto accident near Starke j THEATRE SUNDAY, 6 .

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YYYYYYYVYYTVVYYVYYYYYYYV 'YTYTTTTTTTTYTTYTTTTTYTT' FLORIDA, a political ) a< res, more or lest exclusive of STATE ROAD' DEPARTMENTOF ed\ late or *,i ri Co' r.iv to' the '"'In.- 'hiv i- ... K.i: h '.a.m or .il '"and I", \ .1
r subdivision of the State > road right of way.Is FLORIDA, -IM.I/ : 'di,j .
':} Judge oi I Kindto'd\ ,'L'Jr F.- > .n XMititiK 'ua.'a'- 1
\ i: .
i 11'i -
"f Florida ) Owned Grandon Cecil M.eiib.. .
BCarlton Chairman ,
|1'1 i 1- ,- i i. .
GRAHAM i Petitioner ) Williams. R. T. Gupton, i
Keystone Heightsby 1 ),\oii.-e Of State Highway Engineer. of --aid I ''.'lIlt \ .1', StarkF.I, 'n.i. -lia!: -1' \ 1-1: : \. i; fF ", ,j. ., d.
I i T!. ) -IU) No. Uft Lateral Ditch Left of 7/30 2t 3 6 withing t 'gIlt .in-nda! II. ", :: t' "r !'I:' ',' i -i "i'i., -' J' ,',.
I ) Rule Mil Station 3U2--H: the time ,*: rue : I't 'imti.. .*' i \ !la }j. ". nil ...d .... ''I H .. 21)
Mrs. Sara McDonaldMr. I Mrs. John McKinneyiAAtjAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA '.'ROSE ATWELL, et al.. ) NOTIcE
of TO
(A) :
Defendants ) -- ...... .
subdivisionin Circuit Court. County I --- = -- --- -
Lot :31 of Woodlawn Bradford ,' '
'AAAAA AA. Notice.. Of Kminent Uouiain Pro.d.ialt. Plat Book 1, page 1, public Florida In Chanrrry.Roberta i..... _--- -- '-- -;. ;. -_- =J.--. __ .::' .:_:. --J_ -_" ,,_:.. _, __ _____- _- ._
records of Bradford County, Schaefer Matchett Plaintiff. ;
and Mrs. Perry have received -I!; Mr. and Mrs. Ottis McKinney IX TilE NAME AND BY AUTHORITY Florida in Section 14. Township vs. Buford G. Matchett Defendant. '

word that their son A c 2 Ed- and children of Columbus Ga. OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA :5; South. Range 22 East, Case No. 10-S04 'I SUPER
I lying: each side of and within 15 NotIce To Appear.To SAVINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
win Perry who was home for a are spending this week with Mr. 'all To All Whom and It May Concern, to feet of a ditch centerline described I : Buford G. Matchett, whose I .
persons parties having or
the residence and address r.S.S
follows Commencing on is:
as :
time on leave, is now in Tokyo. and Mrs. John claiming right. title interest
McKinney.Mr. any ,
\Vest line of Section 14. Township Randolph C V A 15. V I II Dr.,

Mrs. Margaret Tracy left last and Mrs. John :McKinneyand estate those mortgage certain or other parcels lien to oron of 5 South Range 22 East at a point TC Fleet Postmaster New Turk 't\- _, ,,
York \
25 feet Northerly from the South New
week for a vacation in Pittsburgh children of Graham. and Mr. I land hereinafter described and the west corner of said Section 14. run You are hereby notified that a I aIRMqItv5(9109TTYi :

Pa. She accompanied Dr. and Mrs. :and: Mrs. Buford McKinney and I unknown following persons persons together claiming with by.all thence North 89 degrees 43 min. 15 suit for .I II :
sec. East 1571 feet to the POINT OF Divorcehas
Paul rtoll who have been here fora children Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKinney through or under known person who BEGINNING of ditch centerline. run I been filed against you in the i

few weeks. Miss Gertrude Houser all of Sampson and Carl are dead or who are not known to thence North 0 degree 16 min. 45 above named Court and cause and I i
be dead or alive: I :::::::. !
I sec. West 46 feet. run thence North you are required to serve a copy of1
has returned from her vacation.Mr. Wynn. Pete Dyal. and E. B. McKinney I Names and Residences Section 27 degrees 23 min. 15 sec. East 254 your answer or pleading to the complaint !'I i

and Mrs. Wm. Siprelle and all of Starke enjoyed a 2g54-Bradford< 150)-151 County.- State Road S-125 feet to the end of ditch centerline. on the Plaintiff's Attorney =:. ,f
I Containing 0.173 acre more or less, .Gerald R. Hart 202 Smith I -
family have returned from Virginia Fish Fry at Price's Landing on exclusive of road right of .way. l.uilding, Jacksonville, Florida f,
where they Ray Atwell ALSO and file the original in the office of !
spent two weeks. : Sampson Lake Thursday afternoon.Mr. 12 Northwest Sth Street .
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Maj. E. A. Timmons and family] and Mrs. Russ and childrenof I Fort Lauderdale Florida |B> Lateral Ditch I.r ft of Station or before the 23 day of August, .!'

will)) return this week to Columbus. Brooker were dinner guests of I Rose Atwell -I01-I-w.-IS.: 1954; otherwise the allegations of -- .
said Complaint will be taken I
as confessed -
O. Mrs. Timmons and the children ]- Mr. and Mrs. Flake Watson recent- |!,912 Northwest Sth Street That part of: by you. II
Fort Lauderdale Florida Lot 32 of Woodlawn Subdivision !
have been visiting her parents, iy. Plat Book 1, page 1. pub once This each notice week shall far'four be consecutive published I

Mr. and 'Mrs. J. A. Williams on Mrs. Will Melton and son. Jean. John D. Roeers ,. lic records of Bradford County, weeks in the Bradford County Tele I _
51% .North LaSalle Street Florida in Section 14. Township I
Santa Fe Lake for several weeks. of Waldo and Lonnie of Hamptonwere Chicago. Illinois 5 South Range 22 East. graph. I
this 17 of 1954.
day July. i
Maj. Timmons has been here for visiting Mr. and Mrs. John lying each side of and within describedas 15 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby!i Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sal Aug. 7 I
feet of ditch centerline
Carlton. Grandon Williams a 'I
10 I( Clerk: of the Circuit Court !
days. McKinney last Thursday. the West
5 E. D. Carr follows: Commencing on
I f'y Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
line of Section 14. Township 5 South, I
Mrs. Caroline 110 Park Place 7 23 4-t 8 13 I I.NOTICE
Mizzell Mrs. Annie Gainesville
of Gainesville McKinney of -
Brooklyn, Xew Tork Range 2! East at a point 25 feet Ij i
spent a few days last week and Mrs. Nettie Wyle of Northerly from the Southwest cor- 10 APPEAR '

Pauline Torode, a widow .ncr of said Section 14. run th..nceI Famous "Eat-Rite" Steak Sale! i
with Mrs. Sara -McDonald.. I Gainesville were visiting in Gra- Starke Vlorida North 89 degrees 43 min. 15 sec. !a Circuit Court. Bradford. County.Florida&In
Chancery.In I
The Keystone ham last f feet the POINT OF
Heights Contract Sunday.Pat East 2440.43 to RE: Adoption of ran in Wax: ne i

Bridge Club held their weekly play Wynn and her sister, Jean James Williams. whose residence is I BEGINNING OF thence DIT 'H North CENTERLINE 22 degrees -- Green a minor. by Thoma-.. Sapp or
unknown Left run
and Cora L. his wifeCase I
last Monday in for two min. 45 West 73.34 Sapp SIRLOIN
night at the Inn. Mr. are visiting Georgia 16 sec. No. 10-595) j ROUND

Remlinger and Mr. Lovely of Jack- weeks. Josephine unknown Myers whose residence is 07 feet min.run 45 thence sec. West North 152.00 23 degrees feet, I Notice To AppearsTo
: Marvin L. Green, who-e residence -
sonville were first with 49 points; Mrs. Bettie Davis is working at run thence North 44 degrees 02 min. and address is. I' (I. Box I j

Mrs. Hubert Ridaught and Mrs. H. BigDad* Factory in Starke. Tile unknown heirs devisees grantees 45 sec. West 274.66 feet to the end 626, Jackson, Michigan I''

H. Dona were second with 47 Mrs. Lizzie Dryden and Mrs. H.'fotta and -otht'r William claimants*, deceased under the acre of ditch more centerline.or less exclusive Containng of 0.303 existing :- I suit You for are hereby notified that a i'I

points: and Mrs. Ketchum and John :Moody are on the sick list names and respective residence'of road right of way. Adoption j;
each of whom are unknown. Is Owned By: Pauline Torode. I the STEAK
has been flied tn
against you ]
Mrs. PhelDS of Melrose were third this week. We wish them a speedy
I above named Court and cause and i
with 39 1-2 points. lecovery. ."', .Se.-tion 2834-(ISO)-151-State RoadS12 MID :No. 102: Lateral Ditch Left you are required to serve a copy of |
-Bradford of Mation -4H--OS.G (Part)
County your answer or pleading to the :
Mrs. Gertrude Burch will leave Mrs. Annie Ward of Waldo and Mill 'u. 33 Might of Way That part of: complaint on the Plaintiffs I!

this week for a short vacation in son. Charles and Mrs. Helen Max That part of: SEV. of SW% of SEH of Section Attorney A. J. Thon: Sturke: ,
SE'i of SWij of SE'i of Section 14. Township 5 South Range 22 Florida | -
Pittsburgh and Detroit. Miss Sara well and daughters of Waldo and 14, Township 5 South Range ,: East. and file the original in the office of Pound

Mansefield will accompany her for Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney of 22: East (flying each side of and within 30 .he Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
I lying eah side feet of a lateral ditch centerline BONE STEAK
I of and within 50feet before tbe
Lake City and Helen Burns of N. I or ,
of the described -
said ditch centerline being
way. of the survey line of State Road day of August, 19D4, i i
C. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. S-125, Section 2S54. said survey line as follows: Commencing on the lotberwise the allegations of saId

First Baptist Church I'John McKinney Friday night. being described as follows: Pegii.ning .-- East line of Section 14, Township I Comolaint will 'e taken as contess- J. -
on the West line of Section 14. 5 South Range 22 East at a poiut ;d by youThis BONELESS CLUB CUBE
The Daily Vacation Bible School George Willis hurt his leg while Township 5 South. Range 22 East 32 feet Northerly from the Southeast notice shall be publishedonce

got off to a good start last Fri working at B. T. Thomas Saw at a point 25.0 feet Northerly from corner of said Section 14. run each week for four consecutiveweeks "p
the Southwest corner of said Section thence North 89 degrees 58 min. 53 in the Bridford County Tele- Lb 69cU
day with 59 registered on "Prep :Mill Monday. 14. run thence North 89 degrees |I.sec. West 550.23 feet run thence raph. I

aration Day." Monday, the first I 43 min. 15 sec. East 4753.77 feet, run North 89 degrees 43 min. 15 I>e,. Dated this 9 day of July. l'O4. 79C
there at 3 thence North 89 degrees 58 min. 53 I'IWe"t 1070.17 feet to the POINT OF (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. uaroj j
of the school. 74 ning p.m.
were !o"('. east 5; O.2:1: feet to the East line BEGINNING of ditch centerline Clerk of the Circuit Court
present. Bovs aid girls, 3 through Rev. Dean Ward, of Jacksonville of said Section 14 at a point 32 feet run thence North 12 degrees 06 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk N
min. 45 sec. West 91.95 feet runthence 7 16-4t S 0; i -. -- ....,... .
16 invited to for the Beach, will preach at both services Northerly from the Southeast cornerof I .: -- .' __ -
Fecond, are week (Aug. 9 come through 13)) (11 a.m. and 8 p.m.) next Sunday, described said Section containing 14. The 0.356 land herein acres, sec. East North 908.05 5 degrees feet to the 13 min.end 15 of NOTHK:-TO APPKIK ,I -_ _:. : .: --= =--_ __ _, : :_ : -iiif .-. _::_ _'':::. ''';:;:: ::'_:: =-: _-_-:- '_ :: :_ _. J

8. more i.r less, exclusive of existing ditch centerline. Containing 0.812 Iin Circuit! Court Bradford 1'ountrFlorida I
if not able to attend before. Aug.
ruad right of way. acres more or less, exclusive of existing : In ('bane.Cry. Lb
There will be a Vacation Bible K owned By: Itay Atwell and Ro..enlell. road right of way. Lois Horn Plaintiff v'. Jim Horn S9C
School and General Sunday School In 'I'h. Circuit Court Of The KiehtaJuillrinl .\ his wife Is Owned By: Ray Atwell and Rose Defendant. Case No. lCSTICE ; 7" CUT BEEF RIB ROAST
Circuit In *nd For Bradford I Atwell his wife. : TO APPKAU
picnic at Gold Head Branch State County, Florida. I I residence and
! Kisht of Way To: Jim Horn. whose

I Park Thursday, Aug. 12, begin- I rul'NTT. ) Law \o.PP.ADFOHD ,Thdt part of: I Mill< '0. Iit: Lateral Dilfb Left address i is: "/0 James Va\; !', \R"oir. I
:SW4 of Lot 14 of WoodlawnSulidixision ..f station 4U--OV (Part) 28 Belmont Hotel 130S ClaStreet: : ,
,I-L- : : I in Section 18 Town- That part of: Houston Texas. i Mt. Vermont or Hickory Sweet

s" i -ln 1<>1'| ;:; South. Range 22 East NEV4 of SW'4 of SEy of Section You are hereby notified that a (
r-JteS.V ..I. Hiding to plat recorded inrl.it suit for Lb -
.- 14, Township 5 South, Range amid! contiol, of
A Divorce custody
Bock I. I. public
page 22 East SLICED BACON S9C
minor child
i i i ords of Bradford County lying each side of ana within 30t..t has been filed against y..u in Hie I
londU." of a lateral ditch centerline.said .
i* .V.i t ill uf and within 50 feet ditch centerline being described above named ('uunlnd i au'e ami1

FOOD FREEZER! 'I i- "l"} line of State Road I as follows: Commencing on the you are required to serve a i opx: ,of | __ ._' .
"Miiuin JS54. said survey line East line of Section 14, Township a your plaint answer tn the or Plaintiff's pleading t Attorm-v,- the < "in- I, -_ -_ JJUMIIV1TIflhII1: : ::: : :-',_-=U -::: t.= T=: '.:-.: i.K---; ::.::_'_=- -.-: :_II
rip. 'ii "< I iibetl as follows: Begin- South. Range 22 East at a point 32 '
T. Frank Landrum, !"tar"". Fl"-
i oJ< "t the West line of Section 18. feet Northerly from the Southeast
i .. -U.P., :. South, Range 22 East corner of said Section 14, run rida ,, Limit One with $5.00 Food Order .
and file the original in the off e of
.1 i.n.n! : i.lti.7: feet Southerly from thence North 89 degrees 58 min. 53
: i- ::\ : ; hue't corner of said sectionS sec. West :550.23 feet. run thence the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I I
''J, r th-u, e South 00 degrees 36 North 89 degrees 43 min 15 sec.West or before the 16 day of August. I ii.:,;r4. I Mb Can
mi 4", "., East 184.09 feet ton otherwise the allegation ofaid 99C
I 1070.17 feet to the POINT OF : ASTOR COFFEE Vac'
Complaint will be taken as tun-
< i>< K-iiuing; of a curve concave to BEGINNING of ditch centerline, run
'S HI \,,, tii'ast having a radius of thence North 12 degrees 06 min. 45 fessed by you. j Pak
This notice shall be published 'n'eeach
;.' 'n ;
I. r run thence Southeasterly "t'.'. West 91.95 feet run thence
HNow week for four t'oneutIeueeks
.1 > :IK -.ml iurve tarough a total North 5 degrees 13 min. 15 sec. '
II' : .tI angle of 88 degrees 35 min. in the Bradford County Tele-
East 908.05 feet to the end of ditch
a tli-iaiHe of 8S5.83 feet to the end centerline. Containing 0.265:: acres, graph. | No.2
Dated this 14 day of July, 19r,4.;;
>! iin\e, rua thence South U I more or less. O'SAGE PEACHES 21C
d.gr t ,., I 11 mill. 45 sec. East Is Owned By: Rose Atwell James (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Court I 1
Clerk of the Circuit
4724 7o feet
to the Eat line of said Williams and Josephine Myers as
'|'St'll 1'1 I Is. at a point 1325.6: feet tieirs of Rosetta Williams. deceased By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 7/16-U-8.61 Clerk i I

I I Southerly trom the Northeast corner.t and by the unknown heirsof '
.Counterbalanced! Ud v Thermometer' '71771' vaul Section 18. The land herein Rosetta Williams deceased. -
:. I clt- .iiiicd
contains O.J61: acre, more
Positive-Action (locking) "Two.Cut Baked Enamel FREEZER | er le". exclusive of existing road TAKE NOTICE That a Declaration In Florida Circuit: Chancery.Court Bradford. County, S SNOWDRIFT 3LbCan 19C

r Utcli Finish CAPACITY ijflit "fIay.. of Taking has been filed in Fral'es1.: Repella Plaintiff \ '.
11- ( 1\\ ned l1> : Carlton Uraudon Wil- I the above styled cause, by the petitioner William Repella Defendant.Case I .
.' Automate Interior light AD-Alumlnum, One Piece 389 1alli' the acquiring authority of No. 10.61J:!
these proceedings, of the taking of I
: .. .Notice To.tppearTo
: Selectivt Temperaturi .liner. it ! ControlRemovable I I'l hat of: purpose set forth in the petitionin : William Repella. n--i- i Royal Hawiian / Can
=--- t: part dence and address is- PFC William, ) !
Lot -4 \Vuodlawn Subdivision this cause viz: right of way, 'I TUNA FISH 29C
BosIets319II Repella, U.S. 1010 3861 Companx A
:> Wire Baskets((3))-Without
III Section 18. Township aS drainage ditches borrow pits, bor- :382 :M.P. Battalion AP II. 166 !.
c] ,uih, Range 22 East. according row pit drains and haul roads, for ;;,, Postmaster New York. New ,( .i k \
I I.> Plat recorded in Plat Book a portion of State Road No. S-125; You are hereby notified tluit a
t 1. page 1, public records of in Bradford ('nunt'Iorida, and suit for I,
I MCGRIFF i irradford: ,County Florida. that one of the Judges of the Cir- Divorce and restoration of
{ Mooa G. J l 1-: ing eu hide of and within 50 cuit Court in the Eighth Judicial maiden name I 5 -oz

: HC-lll feet of the survey line of State Circuit of Florida, will on the 3 day has been filed against you in Hi- GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 12 I 4SC
I Road S-125.: ;; Section 2SS4 said turey of August A.D. 1954, at 2:30 P.M. above named Court and can1.met I
-j1::;; APPLIANCESCall \ line being described as follows: o'clock in the afternoon thereof in "I'"f
GENERAL ELECTRIC : you are required to serve a I
!Beginning on the West line of See- Circuit Court Chambers in Bradford ,
t__ ;your answer or pieatung I" im-
& Walnut Sts. Starke, Fla. I ion 18, Township 5 South Range County Court House at Starke. complaint on the Plaintiff's i
1 :22 East, at a point 636.7 feet Southerly Florida. consider said Declarationof Attorney William D.
from the Northwest corner of Taking appoint appraisers and I I 50i Clark Building, 1"1''tn'l Armour 12-ozCan
Freezer Supplies '.iid l Section 1\ run thence South make such orders as the Court deems ville Florida CORNED BEEF 39C
Plenty mi degrt-e ;Uli mm. 45 ..ec. East proper. All parties to the suit and I and file the original in lie offi. .
1 lv4u I :< fi et to the beginning of a all parties interested may appear I of the Clerk of the "Cm nil, '..ut, "for ,
'..:M. i i'ii. ave to the Northeast hav- and be heard at the time and place I before the :.

I MI: .. laiiins of 572.86 feet, run dt'o; gne.ted. 2:1 day of August, 1954; ;
; II. :Southeasterly along said You and each of you, are herebycommanded I otherwise the allegation- c i ,il I
M 111 "uKh a total central angle to appear by filing an Complaint will be take II a- ,'fI- | 303 Cans
S S .l.K"e.-I .t!;i min. a distance of answer to the petition heretofore fessed by you. i GREEN! GIANT CORN 2 29C
x 'i i t to the end of said curve filed in this cause in the entitled This lotiethail 1.., puMi'-h'1
!t' ui' .- :South S 19 degrees 11 min. court on or before the 30 day of once each week for four '."n'.j: j
G. J. McGRlFFKTU K.-I: fi f.S feet to the August, 1954, to show what right, weeks in the Bi.ulfi.nl I Count} Tele- '
,in "i 1 '.uA Section lo. at a title. interest or liens you, or any graph. !1lIat..d
_; ", fe t Southerly from the of you, have in and to any of the this 15: day of Julv. ]'O4.OFFICIAL .
,' i'i! i.'iner of said Section 18.i above described lands ,and show ( SEAL) Charles A Darby 303 Cans
oj i it i ,described contains cause why the same should not betaken Clerk of the I Circuit Court j ARGO SUGAR PEAS 2 2SC
t. inie or less exclusive; for the uses and purposes set Ey Marian L. Crosby' Deptitx: Clerk. '
>; i 1..1 right of way. forth in the petition filed herein. 7 23 4-1 S 12
-I ''I t 1-:: John D. Rogers.Sltll WITNESS my hand and this seal
of said Court on this 21 day of July OTICE TO APPEAR i'
\0. VS Ilorron Pit \... 8Ilorrutv A.U.. 1954.CHARLES. In Circuit Court. Bradford County DIXIE DARLING Family Loaf
Pit Haul ltoiil andllurrun A. DAnny, Pint-Ida In Cttanoerr.Anthony For '
Pit Drain Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Giordano plaintiff, x1-. Antonette 2 2SC
Left uf Mation 37:>':)0i I County, Florida. Giordano; Defendant t I
; "tJ I I Hollis V. Knight, County Attorney Case No. "-Jv"Jotfoe ; BREAD
and 29 of Woodlawn Starke Florida. 7/2S 4t 813OTIt \ To Appears |

.- 'i 1 \ -inn, I'lat Book 1. page To: Antonette Giord.ui"ln I ". ,
'. ,h records of Rradford :\ TO fONTIlTTORS residence and addr.-K 4"-0 V. i |

>i i'i'h.\ .11 Kange Section 22 14,East Township de- Office. Of Department The Slate Itoad York.non Koulevard Long I 1-1.nut. N'tv ...:: : :: ; : :-:- _" -: : :::':: : ::j: ':-:- -: :--Q., ,:: _: -,

.' .1 I .follows: Tallahassee, Florida You are hereby notified ttiat a
i, mi the West line of July 26. 1954 suit for
lfi i 1'! -unship 5 South Range niNSTitt CTIOV rit ____.____ Sealed olds H ill be received at
wVPF7luiiiw it i i in"Int i 25 feet Northerly has been filed against you In the ,
Tallahassee, Florida. from Qualified FROZEN LIMEADE MIX
i .ithwest' corner of said above named Court and cause and
OFFt&LMTED I :Ilin thence North 89 de- 'Contractors until 10:30: .VM. (E.S.T.) you are required to serve a copy of''
; ""I. 15 sec. East 125 on the 10th day of August. 1954, for your answer or pleading the ,
li.-ice North 0 degrees 16 construction of the following projects complaint on the. Plaintlff'i
TUDi-M -
\\ e.-t 400 feet to the : Attorney Alan C \\ ntei-- .I"- :,,,*
Mt tOOt ItRIGBATOI DUltHO : : North S9 degrees Road No. S-237, Bradford i
IIMI OMIT : 5.i East 400 feet run County. On the New Hope Church and file the'original In the office of ; ACE HIGH GRAPEFRUIT JUICE
.e,... 1 \ I h"ii degree 16 min. 45 Road from the Santa Fe River the Clerk of the Circuit Court OD '
CASYU1LMSfUT 4i', ", feet run thence "orth. east, and north to SR 18. or before the | .
.1. prees 43 min. 15 sec. Work consists of I light excavation: ::1.0 day: of A mgm'.t. l',4
14iv/I S I < t. run thence South Limerock Stabilized Base with Type otherwise the allegations of said
In nun. 45 sec. East 400 :2 Surface Treatment: and incidental Jomplaint will be taken as confe -,
l' of items. The length of the job is ed by you. i
''-int Beginning. Also.
YOUR UUNOOM i ..f land for borrow pit 2.459! miles. A Proposal Guaranty in This notice shall be publishedonce I 1 0 Cans Only
.-...1 lying each side of the amount of 2500.00 will be re- each week for four consecutive i 99c
THIS 6-1 AUTOMATIC v :h.n 10 feet of a haul oluir..d.The i w.-vo In the Bradford County Tele- i,
ttHMTMO UWCBAIOtSKIIOM I..IT line described as terms (1) "light excavation" graph. !
zaooKtaHKZB. \I- <:2) "medium excavation." and (:i) Dated this 27 daf' .1 ily. 'i-.4.
n the South side of "heavy excavation" as used herein- OFFICIAL: SEAL) Charles A. Darby
abn\'e- indicates re'pective1)(1) Clerk of the Circuit Court I' ,
v v as described above
\ : ." feet South 89 degrees !less than 8000 Cu. Tds. per mile. Dy Marian 1... Crosby Deputy r-ierk I Ii '
(2) 8000 to 15.000 Cu. Yd,:. per mile in 4t x J'l, .
West from the South-
'wI ; ; ." ...faid Borrow Pit No. and (3) more than 15.000 Cu. Yds.

: ONLYG-IHAS ( i i.Kast-: South:350: feet 0 degrees to the end 16 per mile.A Proposal. Guaranty consisting ofeither In Florida Circuit In Court Chancery.Thomas Bradford. County. ', STRAWBERRIESCans\ O 99C

-: ...1. ALSO. a certified ,check rashier"cheek :Manuel Cornatzt-r. Plaint.ff | I E
rm Th0UTSbvl 0 ..t' land for borrow pit trust company treasurer's vs. Helen Irene Cornatzer, ..I Defendant. !. '
PUThMLII1OOOAIYO4.lGeLiwI :, ug each side of and check or hank draft of any national Ca.N. 1
Order Of Publication And : ,
fVBYINNO ON or state bank in the amount stated
:. 1 I" feet of a ditch cen-
; hUT IHUJ a .. % above made payable to the Chairman To Apnear: Mate Of Florida To- '
a.VSIIII. % .1 i i- -i ribed as follows:

\- \ \- n* he described West side above of Boras at- must of accompany the State Road each Department bid.11 dence Helen and Irene address Cornatzer i.-. J-'T.whose 5 r.nna.-,resi- I :- '.= : ':=:' _== :,:': <::::-:: ;:; :-. : -:::'-:':; ':_-, :::"= : .;:. :::" -:=",;;'-..:' .:: : : .- ..-,

"'{ % checks or drafts shall have hn issued Street, Winston-Salem. Xoiih '.ir-
.cet South 0 degree 16 I
.II' 't\ VJ i -.v Fat from the North- within 60 days of the date for :,lina.You
} \ UI IllSy.orprot.donplall I '' are requires to on
H receiving bids. Certified checks appear
W i i r ufaid Borrow Pit No. I U. S. "Good" Eat-rite Beef
S :v.-iut South 89 degrees 32 shall have the necessary State of August 30. 1954.: in the almxe Pu.lCourt

i -e, West 107 feet to the Florida's Documentary Stamps at- and cause wherein plaintiff I
: : ELF' .1 l tached. seeks divorce.Bradford I
REVOLVING SH : i'd ditch centerline.
C niol. lIedric l lit.nn.ng in aggregate for Borrow The name of the bidder and the County Telegraph shall
Dtpendobiliry13prci.iniortthIf I't, Nti. v Haul Road and Borrow applicable Project Number shouldbe publish this Order in next four I FRESH GROUND HAMBURGEROr
shown on the check or draft. weekly issues.
Tit diain 3 <*2 acres more or less.
REFRIGERATOR.FREEIERIjlClClthan.inprvious' Is Owned By: Pauline Torode. All work Is to be done in accord- Witness my hand arid offal
ance with Plans. Specifications, and : seal at Siarke, Florida this July 21S54. ->

Mllpondlng modelWeService COMBINATION i: >H1o.. Ill Lateral Ditch Left of Special Provisions of the State .
I' Station -7--22.1: Part Road Department. Special attentionis lOFFICIAL SEAL) Chartes A. Darbj J
( )
"i called to "Notice to Qualified As Clerk of said Court CHUCK
,That. part of: I Contractor's" and any Special Provisions By Marian I.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ROAST"Pound
SWi, of U.t 14 of Woodlawn contained in the Proposal Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Build
Everything We Sell I Subdivision Plat Book 1, page Form. ing. Jacksonville, Florida.
1, public records of '
Plans and 'or Proposal Forms will Attys. for Pl(. 7 00 4t S 20
County Florida. be furnished to Qualified Contractors -
lying each side of and within 15 upon application to this office NOTICE TO CREDITORS
feet of a lateral ditch centerline for the sum of $!5.00 per set. Extra Florida StatatrnIn

G. J. MCGRIFFGENERAL described as follows: Commencing sets of Plans may be purchased for The Court Of The County Judge,
<>n the East line of Section 18. Township
110.00\ 39c
per set. Plans. with or with- Bradford Con air. Florida.
5 South. Range 22 East
at a out Special Provisions. may be pur- In Probate.IN .
point 3J 3.8 feet Northerly from chased by fabricators for B.
J10 00 per RE: Estate of Nellie Purdctt,
ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor. the Southeast corner of said Section set. NO REFCND WILL BE MADE Deceased.T. .
IS. run thence North 89
degrees FOR ANY OF THE ABOVE All Creditor and Person Hatinc

Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 22 11 the niln.POINT 45 OF sec.REGINNING West 1S96.0 of feet ditch to CHARGES FORMS.FOR FLANS AND PROPOSAL Claims or Demand Against Said
i ..
Starke, Fla. centerline.48 min.run 16 thence eec. East North 65! 0 feet.degrees unless Proposal request Form is will received net be'at issued least notified You and and each required of you to present arc hereby an> -- --_ --- -- -= --: --:.:= = ,c=.:::: -_':::- :: :::: :, : :_:.-.':-_:

run thence North 19! degrees 3} mIL :14! hours
prior to opening bid?. claims and demands which you. or
I !115 diu-h sec. East 632 feet to the end of The right is reserved to reject either of you, may have against the -
centerliae. Containing 0.218 any or all bids. estate of Nellie B. Burdett, deceas- _


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rJonnie r. ',,' "?-'". :,!- '" I I ,
1t -<. : : The circles of the Presbyterian
II .
t <$ -t,. Women of the Church will hold
..... their
MiriamA -t- monthly meetings Tuesday
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evening at 8 o'clock. "

_! I fuel! ? 1 will meet with Mrs

J R. Kite. Circle will meet with
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Mis. Carrie Ward.
; Gladys Mooty i3flT Hornsby f Mr and Mrs. Howard L Phillips -

; Phone 35 : I A l1ethodistVSCS of Keystone congratulations Heights. on aie the receiving -

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birth of a eon, Howard Wayne
rude 4 of the Methodist
Weds Weds : |born Aug. 2 in the Starke Maiein1
Of Middleburg
Hilda Ann Saunders ? C.S. will hold their monthly 1 ity Hospital. .

I.. L., Alvarez Of Starke In July 1 11 1 Ceremony \ u.-eting Monday evening at 8 I ___
J' __ > >-lwk at the home of Mrs. John
: Mr. and Mrs. William Arlen
Miss Hilda Ann Saunders daughter -,and I she carried a satincoveredBible Carl Ray Toiode at Kingsley Lake. I Gay

of State Representative and topped with a white orchid I announce the birth of a daughter

D. Saunders of Middleburg, and lilies of the valley. Recent Birth (IDorothy Janine on Thursday. July
Mrs. :
29. in Alachua Ceneral Hospital.
became the bride of J. L. Alvarez, Mrs. Elvin Saunders, matron of i ) .
Before her ,
Brannen marriage.Irs
of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarezof honor, was gowned in orchid or- Edwards Mr and Mrs. Ray E. Saunders Gay
son 7 ____ I was Miss Mary Sue Epperson
Starke on July 11 at 4 p.m. in gandy with a picture hat of the announce the birth of a daughter.bOi I

the Black Creek Missionary Baptist same material. She carried a .- kIjhc I ; n Monday. in the Lake Shore I Mr. and Mrs.--Delbert- Casey an- I
Church. Rev. Will Hall offi- cascade bouquet of pink carna- '
ciated. tions. t ; Hospital, Lake Cuy. jnounce the birth of a daughter,

A program of nuptial music Bridesmaids were Mrs. Charlotte 'wA! A farm fish pond, properly Deborah Maree. on Sunday. August I

was presented by Miss Martha Harrison and Mrs. Kenneth Knabb.in ii __ slocked, fertilized and managed ,,1. in the Palatka hospital. Mrs.

Rogers, organist, and Mrs. S. yellow organdy dresses and hats should produce 500 pounds of fish casey is the former Jewel Sti ick-

Bryan Jennings soloist. with cascade bouquets' of green pei surface acre each year. land.- I

The bride, given in marriage by carnations, and Miss Jane Carter .... .
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and Mrs. Gordon McDonald, in I '\., ,, '., .,..wy.r"v -" .
'" \ { "I
her father, was gowned in imported : -,,1. 'lti 'Il"\ ; -
pale green organdy and carryingyellow r .
Swiss organdy over satin, carnations. : I r
made with a chapel train. Her A wedding of beauty and simplicity the bride h attendant:! wa.s attiredin lovely 8 o'clock candlelight Mi s. Biannen was dttiied: in a

fingertip veil was attached 'to a Tommy Hamilton of Gainesville was solemnized Sunday afternoon a lovely pale blue silk frock, ''I ceremony Saturday evening July cocoa brown afternoon dress with SUMMERS ARE

of net and seed pearls served as best man for Mr. Alvarez. July 25, at 4 o'clock when fashioned on the same lines as the 24, in the Boatdrain Baptist Church I white accessories and a yellow-
coroney Ushers were Ray Saunders, Owen Miss Jonnie Frances Crews, daughter bride's dress. She wore a corsageof I J united in marriage Miss Miriam 'carnation corsage. COOL IH DAYTONA -

,. .- .' Alvarez, Jerry Howell, and Mead of Mr. and Mrs. Stafford white carnations. ILucille Hornsby, daughter of Mr. i Following the wedding a reception BEACH FlORIDA
--- -- Lewis. Crews of Starke, became the bride : Curtis Edwards cousin of the I and Mrs. R. E. Hornsby of Starke :j was held in the church parlors ,

Following the ceremony, a reception -of Carl Edwards, son of Mr. and groom, served as best man. and Roy King Brannen, son of I where tall baskets of white gladioli I

JI I was held at Colonial Inn, Mrs. Earl Edwards, also of Starke. I i I Following the wedding a recep- Mrs. Leaty Brannen and the late I and fern were used to ad- 1

piw1LARKE Penney Farms. At the bride's The double ring ceremony was !I tion was held at the Flynn home. Wiley Brannen of Lake Butler. :vantage for decorating. The

table were Mrs. Earl Starling of performed by J. W. Yeoman at the '!The bride's table was overlaid with Officiating at the double ring I bride's table was. overlaid with a $5O

Gainesville and Mrs. George Barth- home of Mrs. Vergie Flynn. ''a beautiful hand embroidered linen sen-ice was the Rev. C. C. Harris, lovely white lace cloth and cen- .
Prior to the ceremony, a pro- i pastor. |tered with three-tiered
low of Middleburg. I' cloth and centered with a three- weddingcake p" ptnondovbteotc.
Fri., Sat.-Aug. 6, 7 gram of nuptial music was ren- tiered wedding cake topped with i Arrangements of white gladioli, i i toppt'dith a miniature AS .
Miss Louise
punch were
Mrs. E. M.: and the
dered Davis
by miniature bride and interspersed with fern and other i bride and groom. Balancing the
DOUBLE FEATURE Johns of Starke, :Mrs. Duke De- traditional wedding marches were I la groom. I i From July 1INCLUDING
and cathedral centerpiece were burning white
bose I Around the cake was .fern interspersed greenery candela-I
of Allen
Mrs. /
Girls I used. with gladioli blossoms. bra with lighted white tapers i tapers in silver holders. 2 DELICIOUS MEALS
Here Come The Wager of Green Cove Springs. and I I
The Flynn home was attractively formed Mrs. Ira Wilson cut the bride's
Mrs. Vergie Flynn poured punch the impressive back-' : tvioptm Hat AvolaUt
with Bob Hope and Arlene Dahl Mrs. Gordon Sandridge of Middle decorated with floor baskets of from a crystal bowl at one end of ground for the wedding party. A cake, and pouring punch were Cuisine Golf Course

burg.Mrs. white gladioli and fern, for the the bride's table and Mrs. Guy Ed- |program of nuptial music was rendered !'Miss Sharon Green and Mrs. Dor- I Spacious Rooms Excellent

ANDBadman's G. A. Fountain was in wedding and reception.The wards and Mrs. Curtis Edwardscut : by Mrs. L. J. Green, pianist, I II othy Prescott. The bride's book I. 2 Private Pools Cabanas Private Beach

charge of the bride's book, and bride, who was given in and served the wedding cake. I and Mrs. Jean Burhfield. soloist, j was kept by Mrs. Louise Griffis

TerritoryWith greeting guests was Mrs. S. Bryan marriage by her father, chose a After spending some time with I who san "Because" and "The ,aunt of the bride. Putting Green Intimate Cocktail lounge Dancing

Jennings.The lovely pale pink silk dress for her Lord's Prayer." 1 iI After spending some time with Planned Entertainment Fisherman's Paradise.
Randolph Scott edding, complimented with white their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards I their the
bride graduated from The bride who in I guests young couple
Clay ,
was given
Mus Serial "Gunfighter"; Chap. accessories. She carried a prayer left on a short wedding trip to went I For Rti rvalenl! & Br.chur
on a honeymoon in South .,
County School, Green Cove by her father, was attired -
writ win Ruth ,Cn. '
or Slreytr Mgr.
Xo. 5 and Color Cartoon book topped with a white. purple South Florida. They are now ,Florida.Mr. .
attended Jones Business in white lace afternoon : \
Springs and a nylon
throated orchid, with white satin making their home at Camp Stewart I, Brannen is an Airman 1 c
College in Jacksonville.Mr. Edwards dress over light blue taffeta. The
Ga. where Mr. is an
Sun.. Mon. and Tues. Alvarez from streamers. MP in the Secret Service I frock was fashioned with a tight !!I| stationed at the Charleston Air
graduated Miss Yvonne Harrell of Brooker,, Dept.
j Force Else, S. C. until January.
8. 9,10 I bodice featuring sleeves and '
Aug. '; cap
r is
DOUBLE FEATURE Bradford High School and associated I Miss Colson II i I--self buttons down the front. White 'Mrs. Brannen is staying at the l ; 91aW
with Foremost Dairies. Miss Joan Silcox Kathryn accessories accented the dress and home of her parents and continu-

The Yellow After a wedding trip to the I| Honored At Shower Reveals EngagementTo I I she wore a white orchid corsage. ,ing to work for S. R. Johns' Gro- rON
'cery until he is discharged. DIRECTLY THE "WOIID'S MOST FAMOUS IIACH
Tomahawk mountains of Tennessee, Mr. and M. K. 1 Mrs. Harold of Starke, ,
IAtVoman's Club Baynton Jr. Gray Out-of-town guests at the wedding DAYTONA BEACH FIOIIDA
Castle Mrs. Alvarez returned to Starke cousin of the bride served as matron -
Calhoun and Peggie !
Rory and reception were: Mrs. Willie -
where they will make their home 1 The Starke Woman's Club was of honor. She 'fiK a light Mae Richardson. Eugene Blood-!

CL:; / ';'.. -AndFlight I the setting for a delightful miscellaneous blue nylon afternoon drJss complimented worth, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Drig- ., .
with white cessories
shower Thursday after- gers, and Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt
To TangierJoan noon. July 29 from 4:30 to 6 and a white carnation corsage. ''Brannen and son, all of Lake But- \ __-1
Z E. Brannen of Jacksonville
I FOR SALE :o'clock honoring Miss Joan Silcox I ( ler; :Mr. and Mrs. L. M. :MessIer ,
and Jack 1'alance stived his brother best -.
Fontaine as man. land ,
|whose marriage to Harold Epps children11', and Mrs. Z. E
Kid :
IMus Color Cartoon for after- I Serving: as ushers were George and daughter, Mr. and From
will be an event of Saturday ,Brannen
I QUILTINGSCRAPS noon. Hostesses for the affair Bo\\t'rs.. cousin of the bride, andC Mrs. R. H. Stevens and children

Wed., Thur.--Au 11,12 were Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. L. A. ,, t \\ Slade of Hampton.Mis all of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mis : .

DOUBLE FEATURE I Canova, Mrs. F. B. Beard, Mrs Hornsby chose for her and :Mrs. Grady Brannen of Tainpa ,- .

H. A. Lawson, Mrs. Ewell Lawson. I! [daughters wedding a lavender and Mr. and :Mrs.: O. E. HunJ. -

Dangerous MissionVictor Mrs. Maxie Carter, Mrs. O. L. uttemoon! dress with white acces- R. Walters and daughter, Miter
Laurie 25cPerLb.At Linsin. Mrs. Jim Ritch, Mrs. El- soiie.s and a nation corsage and daughter of Sanford. vT. .
:Mature and riper I ,;. > \
;don Hardy, Mrs. John Deas, Mrs. -
-AND- ,;Rufus Hutchings, Mrs. L. L. Lib- '

by, Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Mrs.R. .
I :

Montgomery Cliff Anne BaxterPlut i The reception room was artist- 5'>> ,- 'Car ?

Color Cartoon for Kids I CO.CLASS I ically decorated for the occasion "/ I
with beautiful arrangements of 4. ,

:, -N-r. 1 'white and pink gladioli in crystal 1 ,

-' -, ,bowls interspersed with white and | \Vomlei( when the city fathers I if his e\esight in that one ey<>

!green foliage. The refreshment t !ale going to get around to surfacing can be saved '. .' Could be. If you haven't

1.M That's Our Business I table was overlaid with an im- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Colson of ': these dirt streets all over Linda Kay Sale gave a swimminj rl ,. -

We Have It! I I ported cutwork Irish* linen cloth Starke announce the engagement town what with this long hot and spend-the-day party last Sat: I had your oil filter checked recently,
If It's Glass I II
|and centered with low silver
a I of their daughter, Kathryn Louise. dry spell we've been enduring this urday for Barbara Sue Biggs wh< with dirt
VISIT sludge
CALL WRITE or container holding white gladioli. it may be clogged gummy
1/Il to M. K. Boynton Jr. of Gaines- summer the dust has been terrific is leaving the end of this montl

pink asters and white button I ville, son of Mrs. Lucy E. Boynton but hot or not we have the with her family to live in Atlanta i ind harmful abrasive panicles.Most car makers recommend
Peters Glass Co. : with clusters of
Joe hrysanthemums
( Orlando and the late M. K. .
: I lof usual moving around Nookie the party was held at th< maximum
'pink aqua net bows on silver .filter servicing at least once a year. For performance
I Boynton Sr. Fowler is moving her family up Bill Mundys on Kingsley Lake :
FOR ANY GLASS NEED stems. The centerpiece was bal- -
\ We Design Modern Store Fronts I I''anced by four low silver candle f I I The wedding date will be an- to Alexandria, Va., this weekendto I hear that those from the Pin,I' for maximum -protection, let us check yours today .
white 'flounced later. join Lt. jg Dick Fowler who is i Level Baptist church, who ar,
:holders holding burning tap-
A Just Mail Us A Pattern for I -
|ers. The punch table was covered \ stationed in the Pentagon in Ar- attending the youth camp near

Table Tops I wIth a cutwork cloth, centered Miss Joan Silcox |I lington. Va. hear that Sam Branford on the Suwannee River GOODMAN'SService

1313 N.4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353: I with the crystal punch bowl which j\Veds Harold Epps Lowe is now operating the Snack are: Bobby Sapp. Lynn McRae. '

1 i was surrounded with fern and Bar on Temple ave. see Don Julia Jackson, LaMar Clough Station

I white and green foliage. {I Tomorrow In Starke and Minnie Lou Patray and chil- I June Conner, and Gertie Faye': .

Mrs. Jim Ritch Miss Joan dren have moved from the Canova Thornton enjoying a slumber i i f. S. 301 at South City LimitsStarke
e: Florida
I icox and her mother, Mrs. Lacy I' The marriage of Miss Joan Sil house on Washington St. to the : party Monday night the Crosby I Ii .

?Ilcox. greeted the guests at the cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I, Charles Schmitt house on South i lake as the guests of JoAnn

door. Those serving and pouring I Lacy B. Silcox and Harold Epps, St. the Frank W. Cauborn Smith were: Barbara Colley, La-

HUNDREDSof 'punch were Mrs. John Deas and (son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Epps family have rented the Carrie II Vonne Duncan Barbara Prevatt.

',the girls: of the First Baptist I of Nettleton, Ark. will be solemn- Ritch apartment on Cherry St.. Jackie Prevatt. Kay Rowland. Ann

details are managed and economic ( h II rch choir. |ized at 4 o'clock Saturday after- Mr. Cauborn is working for 1 I Crosby. Judy Casey and Frances I I'I :

ally attended that only a trained and The hostesses presented the jnoon at the Baptist pastorium Humphreys in Lawtey the 'Douglas.And ladies Dresses
ide-to-be with the tea of her i
pot :with Rev. L. D. Haines performing Victor Lamb family have moved 'I celebrating birthdays this
careful attend when
can hoscn china pattern as a memento -. the double ring .
ceremony. from Keystone Heights to the L. week were: Linnie Linsin who
the need for is at
urgent serving of the occasion.
Bill Epps will serve his brother II. Morgan house on St. Clair St. cake
was presented a complete
Invited to call the
hand. during appointed -I as best man,Mrs. Bill Epps will Mr and Mrs. L. B. RegisterJr. with 39 candles at Ducky's The,.-
hours 250 I
were guests. |act as matron of honor for the of Jaspar have rented the
day and the gang in the stor*' all] AIf
'young couple, and June Hardy will Margaret downstairs .
DeWITT C. JONESPhone Blankenship singing "Happy Birthday" to her
Met FridayAt serve as flower girl.
7 Starke, Fla. : I apartment on Church street little Karen Feeney celebratedher I
fPee. aen 4 : Tabernacle Chapel i A reception will immediately they both will teach at BItS this 2nd birthday Saturday: by haying
I follow the wedding at the pastor- I fall Mr.
and Mrs. L. R. Blank- I a few neighborhood friend'!I'

Funeral Director Ambulance Service The regular meeting of the zum. enship and daughters of G'ville are I for ice cream and cake. R.'a tu IINFRIDAY

Our local funeral home enables na to offer conveniences and 1: Woman's Christian Temperance < No invitations are being fssued now occupying the apartment on j Miller has a birthday on Aug 7

services not otherwise available. 'Union was held last Friday in the but all friends and relatives of the Water St. formerly occupied by !GatT Cole was 8 years old! 11"t

''Tabernacle Chapel the president couple are invited to attend. Jacqueline Moorer. Mr. Blanken- I Friday, Jean Vickers was 2 year

rssssr rssSSS ri*iri*rffffff-fif- -f-mrf .-f r rrssp !ipiesidmg. The devotional was led ship? will teach math in the 7th old last Saturday, Boots Green
by :Miss Susan Wallace. A musical WMU Circles and 8th and the AUG 6
We furnish the highest type cervlce at lowest prices, and Held grades at BHS. i had a birthday on Aug. 3. Phoeb ,
number, a duet was sung by Mrs. J. R. Kelly family plan to occupy I Green on Aug. 2 and Harry Greenon
acctpt ANT' life insurance policy In force, issued by ANY i Luncheon Program 'I
Florence Hipple and Mrs. Eugene the house vacated by the Fowlers Aug. 8. ATBARKSDALE'S
company. as payment In part or in full on a funeraL Lee. A paper prepared by the late :.At Kingsley LakeThe on N. Walnut street hear that -Carolyn

Consultation carries no obligation.ans -' Mis F. A. Scott. the I L
outlining I !Roy Turner and son-in-law and
assans a.r rssssrrsrsrrssrsrsss S flrrssssg. J hIstory of the Starke organization I The W.M.U. Circles of the First daughter. Bobby and Mary Ella I

l -.vas re-read by Mrs. J. Thorn- I Baptist Church met with Mrs. Coy I Alvarez, hrve moved ten miles out I FOLEY SHARPENED SAWS

quest. I j Stephens. Kingsley Lake, for a on the Lake Butler highway on

'" Mrs Nellie H. Doig of Gainesville i covered-dish luncheon and pro ,the R. J. Turner place and Cut Fader, Cleaner Easier Ii

district treasurer and former gram. i Guy and Betts Andrews have I You'll save time and effort LADIES I

state treasurer, now at Kings- I After a bountiful luncheon served -I moved out to their new home on when your saws have been LADIES HATS
iev Lake. was a guest. Mrs. E. L. I Crystal lake. SAND ALS
on the lawn. the devotional was ; i sharpened on our precision
I Value to 4 95
Johns and son, Larry, also of up
presented by Mrs. L. D. Haines. I Hear that Carleen Landrum has machine. All teeth are made
Gainesville were visitors. Larryis '(Til- program. "What the W. M. U. I accepted the position as receptionist -II uniform and accurate Value up to 2 9H Now

a White Ribbon recruit. 'i Means to the Individual" was: in the governor's office in I just like new. Now 99C
At the close of the meeting, refreshments '
|brought by Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., Tally see Monk Dinkins now i You'll be $1.49
served. An important
.were with Mrs. R. B Alvarez, Mrs. Ada working as salesman at Shepherds pleased with ,
Sewing Machine Operators phase of the Friday. Aug. I Alexander. :Mrs. haveI ,
\ meeting will be the election of, Garl Mathews.I Radio and TV Service oar speedyservice MEN'S LONG SLEEVE
127 and Mrs. R. A. Green taking parts. I you seen Sylvia Paulk's new pet? I and
officers. STORY
I Mrs. Alexander told the group that |I. a skunk no less, which she with your easy SPORT SHIRTS

Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES I she had been a member for fifty |traded Jor her coon she hopesto cutting uw. SHOES FOR

I Methodist Circle years and enjoyed every portionof [' train it like a house-cat Value up to

18 THRU 35 Met ThisVeek I spotted Dora Flowers of Clear- 1 .
it.The I ".95 Now $ .98
Business Women's Circle.. water helping her sister, Sarah I All Saws Re-Toothed CHILDREN | I

Circle 2 met in the church par, will have their regular meetingI Douglas, in the Coney Island ,
Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital I And Filed 4.35 to 5.95 I I I'i
lor, with Mrs. J. W. Andrews and I I Monday night. August 9. in the store I
Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others i 11rs. A. Wood, hostesses. Educational Bldg., with Mrs. Ed- Was happy to hear that John I All Hand Saws 50c '
165 X. Water St. Ph. 414-W For only $7.98 ; 5.95 Now
APPLY AT OUR OFFICE 4 The meeting opened with quo-. ward Hall in charge of the pro-, Godwin returned home Wednesdayafter 'i $298BARKSDALE'
'tation from 31st Psalm and prayei. pram. Hostesses will be Mrs. J. a serious operation in St. ALSO SHARPEN L
,by the leader. After the business i D. Seymour and Mrs. W. B. MundyJr. Vincent's hospital still haven't I ALL KINDS OF TOOLS,

;(Session. Mrs. A. Wood told olI heard very encouraging news I Knives Scissors, Etc.

BIG DAD Manufacturing Co. I Methodisms American Mothei about little Mike Drew who was I All New Equipment DEPT. STORE

:from World Outlook, and also gav. cut in the eye from a flying object !

Starke Fla. I an account of the many women Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wise spent. hit by a power lawn mower last I I CALVIN JOHNS %J gtarke. Fla.I .

who have pioneered in reforms. the weekend in St. Augustine visit week they say it will be about 465 N. Water St. .
-- -fla II'" Cookies: and punch were served. ing Mr. and Mrs. Bert Aldridge. 10 days before it will be learn -- -- --" .




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A 1mtntVrGI'ST_.....--. : 6. 1954
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Mr. Mrs. C. G. Barksdale and j! Miss Frances Morgan of Gainesville adtlrr,s i.v :570 Fort \Va.-hing- I Mary D. Rising and O. M. Hieing, seven and thlrtYIhundr..dth the ..ibo\ cU-i-ri*.td ld.nd> a- ,k ft-
I i t..nH'nu..-, N.-\\ York N. Y. j I her husband, t". D. Miner, als Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale I came home Sunday to spenrj You are hereby notified that a I Iknoun' as V'riah D. Mmrr, and Sarah nine (Sfti degrees and fifty-five 1 to appear and serve a opy ,.I| > uranswer
and children visited friends and I I a week's vacation with her par suit for divorce !' M. Miner, his wife. ( t'nrudt'V.. !i(55): : minutes East a distance' of and pleadings on Pl.ui'tiff!
has been filed against you in the i Van Pelt. W. X. Meacham. C. J. Husband twenty-four and fifty-two hun- attorney, \. J. Thomas, Jr \\ ho.-
relatives in Dunellon and Inverness ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Morgan above named Court and cause and and Eliza Husband, his \\ Iff'. ,dr..dth452): feet te point of be- jaddress is Starke. Florida and t t.
on Sunday. and was called to Tallahassee on you are required to serve a copy of H. ('. Brown also known as C. II. ''gmningr. I{file the original of your an.-u.-r > your answer or pleading to the complaint Brown also known as Charles H. :pleading in the office of thundei -
i Bearings in the above description i
Friends of Mrs. A. Y. Coving- Monday to nurse polio at the on the Plaintiffs Attorney Brown, J. M. Rising. Anna I- Rising I signed Clerk of Circuit Court i n
T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla., and Mary Rising, Young. James H. I refer to the bearing of the centerline ( ,
to hear of the Memorial Hospital.Rev. September 6 1954; ; otherw ise th.u
ton will
THE NEWS regret and file the original In the office Dowling. also known as J. II. Dowling of State Road Xumber 290 asi legations of said complaint will i
death of her mother, Mrs. W. G. and Mrs. J. E. Sherwood of the Cle.-k of the Circuit Court on P. H. Haskins. whose last i established and determined by the taken as confessed by you, <
( and son, Joe have returned home or before the ti day of September.l known known address was Jackson I Florida State Road Department. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED thatI
, "....., I Iran last Friday in Murray, Ky. !'54: otherwise the allegations of.said ville. Fla.. Edwin C. Touzalin also | You and each of you are hereby this order of Publication dud X.-
Mrs. Covington who was with her after a month's vacation with Complaint will be taken a* known as Edwin C. Tauzalin and !|notified that a Bill of Complaint I tice be forthwith published -.n. <.
Mrs. Vic Frees attended the I Margaret Rose Duncan is visit mother at the time of her illness relatives in Marlington and Paw rnnfrssed by you. Gladys Touialin his wife whose last :I has been filed in the Circuit Court each week for four coiiset ute I :
of her sister, Miss Ethel ing her cousin. Sue Duncan in I This notice shall be published once known address was Jacksonville of Rradford County Florida in i weeks in Bradford County T!% !I. -
wedding land death was jeined by Dr. Cov Paw, W. Va. i each week for four consecutive Florida. Lawrence L. Howard also Chancery, by Jones-Langford-White 'graph, a duly qualified newsi>a|>rrpublished
Craig, to Roland Blalock, Friday j Gainesville. a few days this week. Saturday and is expected Cheri and Johnnie Redgrave of weeks in the Bradford County Tele known as L. L. Howard and OoldieM. Po.t0.. ;56. The American Legion. in said County.
Jacksonville Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Douglas and ington on I graph. Howard his wife whose last Department of Florida as plaintiff; WITNESS: : my hand and of '. ,.,1
at Jacksonville this
home today. I are spending Hated this 4 day of August, 1954. known ,.ldress was Miami PI., Raymond and against you and each of you as seal at Starke. Bradford CouirFlorida \ .
The Jack Edwards famil/ is family are occupying the Den I week with their uncle and aunt (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Sauve, whose address is 2328 !defendants: that the nature of said this August 5. 1954.OFFICIAL : .
spending this week at the Ruby mark cottage on Kingsley lake this Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 1... Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez. I Clerk of the Circuit Court Carson :St., Detroit 9. :Mich.. Marie suit is to quiet and confirm the ( SEAL) Charles A. Datnv'
of Fort Myers are visiting Mr. and Py Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Sauve whose last known address was j title i-f plaintiff. Jones-I..angfordj | Clerk of Circuit Court of Br.-i-: !
Johns cottage on Little Santa Fe week. I Miss Charles Hardy Sr., of I 8'6 4t 827la 7430 Ternes. Dearborn Michigan, if I j White Post Xo. ;i6, The American l fold ....unly. Florida
lake. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gritton and i I Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and family the Gainesville alive, and the unknown spouse of ll.egion. Department of Florida to I Ii H 7rYYYYYYYYyyyyyWWWWWWWWWW
Tuesday visiting
latter part 'of the week. spent tlrrult Court. Bradford Couatr.Florida each of them if alive and if any of
Mrs. Leola Roberts, Mrs. Millie children of Danville 111. spent last the Charles Hardy and J. E. Hardy .: IB Chaarrry.Joseph them be dead, to the unknown . ', . . . . .
Fogg. Mrs. Jewctt Fogg and children Thursday and Friday with Mr. :Miss Elizabeth Lawson of West I families. B. Barrett. Plaintiff vs. spouse, heirs devisees" grantees, 'I 4
Janina Barrett Defendant.Case assignees. creditors and .
of Starke and Mrs. Lillian and M s. R. O. Dansby. Palm Beach was home for the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fleming Xo. 10-623 other legatees(claimants by through under 4

Conway of Gainesville visited relatives Mrs/ Richard Fouler and sons weekend with her parents, Mr. Order of Publication aad Yet Ire To or against eacji and every of the BUDGET 4
I of Ocaja! were weekend guests of
Appnrt Slat* of Florida Tot above named persons who are deceased i 4
and friends in Tampa over and Mrs. rttiby Collins are joining and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. The Janina Barrett whose residence ; and all other persons havingor

the weekend. Lt. (jg) Fowler in Alexandria Gene Walter returned to his and address is: Unknown. claiming any .right: title. lien j>r 4
I Cowens also had as Sunday guests, I You are required to appear on iana.-;
interest in or to the following
Miss Lucy Gooding of North Va. this weekend where they will home in Savannah. Ga. Sunday ,Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Stephenson Sept. 6. 1954. in the above named situate in FTradford County Florida, ''E LOANS 3

Charleston, S. C. has spent the make their home. They will be after two week! visit with "Ir.I End children and Mrs. Mary Ha- I,Court and cause, wherein plaintiffs to-wit: I 44
s divorce. of the South Half 1-1- > !
A portion :
two weeks with her uncle and accompanied as far as Blackshear, and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. shall -
past I gan of Jacksonville. Bradford County Telegraph of Southeast Quarter (SE14) of
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis. I Ga. by Mrs. Del Colley who is I :Mrs. Titus Olson is attending Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and 'I publish this Order in next four Southwest Quarter (SW'4)) of Settion ''t 4
: next week with her the Methodist School of Missions weekly issues. 21. Township 6 South. Range; 4
Clearwater spending
Mrs. Dora Flowers of : hand and officialMai PAY DAY
Witness my Bradford LOANS
I daughter, Elousie and Mrs. Inezj 22 East in the City "f Starke. 4
is visiting her sister, Mrs brother-in-law and sister. }Ir. and in Lakeland this week. I : at Starke, Florida this August County, Florida containing 4
and family. Mrs. A M. Moore. :Mrs. J. R. Kite spent the first Kelly are spending this week at !3, 1954. thirteen and seventy-six hundredth- : 4
H. C. Douglas
the Dowling cottage on Kingsley (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby (13.76) acres and being more particularly t
of the week at Flagler Beach visiting As Clerk of said Court. described as follows:
Lake. ?lerk
_. Mr. and Mrs. George Moody. Ry Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Jo'or'Point of Beginning commenceat

'- Lynch
- -- Zach H. Douglas. 505
said So
-- Xfrs. A. F. Sauls spent the the Southwest corner
{ I Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Jacksonville, Florida. and thence Xonh' o
Half S ) run
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family and Miss Linda Shiver and ,weekend with her son-in-law and Attys. for Plf. 8 6 4t 8 27 degrees and 23 minutes West along $25 TO $300

I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ren- \Vest line of said South Half adistance 1
Rodney Hall visited Sgt. Billy In Thr r'ount> Juii;;r M Court In :' of six hundred sixty-four
I :Dansby: at Fort Benning, Ga. on ner in Gainesville. And For llradford fount) Florida ,land seventy-five hundredths (664 I .
I Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rimert spent la Probatr.IN I' feet to an iron stake on theXorthwe .
Sundav where B\llv\ is. attending Itt KSSTATK OKKUVIXA of said South .
the Officers Candidate School.Mr. the month of July at the Dowling A. KKNNOLDS, j Half: run thence South S9 degree5f i t -

Dedicated To Community Service and Mrs. J. R. Snell and son j; cottage on Kingsley Lake. While :\ OF 1\TK\TIO\DeceasedOTIft M \KK along minutes Xorth and0 line of\ said seconds South East Half Confidential Service

"Movie Are Better Than Ever"I Vlr el. of West Palm Beach were, \ there they had as guests, their .1'PI.ICtTION' FOII FINAL (S"' > a distance of one thousand
I of their cousins, daughters and families, Mr. and HIM uutcK I\one hundred fifteen and nine hundredths \
guests COXCEUX
Saturday MAY :
TO ALL iroi
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. :' Mrs. J. I. Trussell and three chilijdreh }- Xotice is hereby given that 1 havefiled I I. stake at (1.115.09)the intersection feet to an of thXorth
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS II Mrs. Harold Norman who has; : of Cincinnati. Ohio, and Mr. of my the final Estate report of Ervina as Administrator A. Uennolds the Westerly line of right said South of way Half line and ol

spent eight weeks visiting irMimai and Mrs. Harry McCaughin and deceased: that I have filed State Road Xo. 200 or TemplE, t CALL COLLECT

is visiting th! son, Jimmy, of Bethlehem, Pa. my petition foi final discharge Avenue; run thence South 17 de.grees II
Sat. Aug. 7-ONLY I Wed. Thur. and Fri. Beach, now I Rimert Jr. and that I will apply to the lion.Theroii and 26 minutes Vest alonfi t PHONE 5333 Gainesville
Gay returned to Cincinnati of
Pittsburgh Judge
in ,
Yawn County
remainder of her family A. of line .'
I DOUBLE FEATURE I Ausr. 11. 12. 13 Pa. and Baltimore, Md. i with the Trussells for a Bradford County. Florida at 10:00O'dOl'k : jdistance said Westerly of three right hundred way sixteei lit: i Or write P 0. Box 446, 218 W. University Ave.11fc .
3 BIG DAYSUANLADD the 7th day
A.M., on
ol 1 month's visit. for approval [and three tenths (316.3) feet to ar, I Gainesville.; Fla.
Linda and Marjorie Stevens t'ptembt'r..1) 1954 iron stake; run thence Xorth C9 degrees
SATANS CRADLE Mrs. Mae Jones and of the same and for filial discharge'as I I Jacksonville are spending severa Mrs. Fannie i' administrator of said estate.l and 55 minutes West a ditance AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
of two hundred fifteen ant
/ weeks with their grandparents, I Wood of Jacksonville were!II l This August 3, 1954. (.sixty-five hundredths (%15.65) fee

With Cisco Kid I I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. I Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs.W. I I OKU. L. PATTEN of thf Estate {{to an iron stake; run thence Souil 11 ",r _h. .- -. .. : ..: .. -::-'...

--AndCaptain -- j! Mrs. P. A. Dampier and Mrs 1 E. Middleton. |i of Administrator Ervina A. tiennolds.deceased. 0 degrees of and one 3 hundred minutes West ninety a distance aneirhtyeven < I. /"" K THE .WHO 9WS ..'h'YOUR WATCHMAKER!I'

Parker Dampier and children.1 j Mrs. M. W. Lance and daughter. 4t 8,27 hundredth (190.S7' / ,
Scarface 8/6
Prue and Stevie of Jacksonvillt> Barbara, are vacationing for two feet to an iron staTte: run tlienciXorth '. '
$9 degrees and 57 minute { ( 1
II! weeks at Indian Ga. Mr. ..U'I K>iF.vrOn fifty-nine 11 '1 1
: With All Star Cast! were Saturday guests of Mr. anc Springs or about Monday August 9. West a distance hundr..dth"of ((59.73; anseventythree < YOUR -rnr

Mrs. R. C. Dampier. i: Lance will join his family next 1954. drawings and specifications iron stake run thennSnuth ,
feet to an ; !
Plus "Man On Flying Trapeze" I Friends of Mrs. Annie Triest. 'week. four tfie construction of ITadford 0 decrees: and 10 minutes Wesa ; r NEEDS.A .. 1
Starke Florida .. W Ii
Cartoon and Chap. No. 2 of I Mrs. Jessie of County Hospital at distance of one hundred seventyone ,
82, of Waldo, and well known in Morgan Jackson'I'I will he available for distribution topeneral hundredth

Trader Tom Of China :SaV .1.1i i Starke, will regret to hear that I ville was the guest the Moore. Architects contractors, 51S by X.Goin E. and 4th (171.77)and feet seventy-seven to an iron stake oil th,; I I REGULAR 0--
South line of aforementioned Soutl "
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr. '
she is confined in the Alachua Cainesville, Florida.Applications .
: Avenue. UP
[ 89! -
Half; run thence Xorth depretand :
I Mrs. C. C. Hoope and Mrs. H. from contractors interested ; t CHECK" ..
ROBERT FIRTH ; Hospital with a broken leg which in bidding on this work :>7 minutes West along sau I :

I II I j she received m a fall in her yard j Mason Smith of Tampa spent the r.ot to exceed 2 sets of drawings dred South thirty-nine line a distance anD of ninety-eigh seven hun TOOiJI \
I first of the week with Mrs. O. L. and specifications together with } !
| last week. hundredth (739.98)! feet to point o ; j r
Sun., Mon. and Tues. : I payment of $;'0.00 per set should be
Aug. 8,9. 10 1t i Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. Martinez Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid.Mr. filed promptly with the architect, beginning.lying EXCEPT within the any right portioithere'of o' :I : --. ... trf .
I and Mrs. G. A. Rimert spent [and the bidding material will be
3 BIO DAYS 1 and children of Jacksonville are collect way of any road or street.ALSO .
I| Sunday in Leesburg visiting forwarded shipping charges EXCEPTIXG the fnllowinldt''rihl.'d 11; E My Personal Integrity and Profession; Backed by More
H E H -?> spending this week at the Carl as soon as available. Any bidder parcel:

;fJ LaMar Johns cottage on Kingsley :, friends. upon returning such set promptly For point of reference comment-.. fc Than Forty Years EXPERIENCE Repairing Fine Railroad -
I condition will be refunded
IT!TlttT r Lake. |! Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Schaeffer I I and in his good down payment, and any at an the iron Xorth stake line at of the aforementionei intersectioof nd > Watches that Require the Greatest; Accuracy is

, J U l !I Mrs. Steve Simmons. and family I Ii iI and Merlin Schaeffer of Winter I nonbidder will be upon refunded so returning$25.00. such Bids i South half.S< ) of Southeast quart -. YOUR Guarantee of Satisfaction.
HtTR Park of Mrs. Steve set ''er (SRi4) of Southwest <|iiartt.
are guests i i
two weeks at Miami
i are spending ; oil this work will be opened by ,
I (SWU) and aforementioned Weserly
..k, ..1 OF THE .t--SboIo-G.-M-_ NAM EEC3 ]II Beach. They will be joined by Mr. !j Weldon and family. I Bradford on the County date named Hospital in the Corporation specification \[| boundary of Temple Avenn(1"degrees leD : I See Our Back-to-School

Simmons the latter part of next I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Parker, of which will be about 30 land run thence and South seventeen(26) milUtes >

Plus "Gay Antics" Cartoon week. Orlando were weekend euests of |days after the bidding material is West along twenty-six said Wester!iIv j
KINGS. .. I available for distribution.HliADFollU \ : Window Display of Elgin and Wadsworth Watches with 4
boundary distance of three Inn
Mrs. J. F. Rogers of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Tommv M rsereau. Col'XTY HOSPITALKOAUI a .
i "
J DON PATRAY I dred sixteen and .three tenths ((316 t the "Million Dollar. "Duro Power" Main Spring. }
>. .
I jville is with her Elmer Parker of Orlando
grandI' -
staying was feet to an iron stake: run them
..COLO R to.u I :'[ MrLouie H. Kite, Secretary. Guaranteed not to break. The choice of Students
'I eighty-nine (89) degrees an I 't every-
Martha and Frances visitin Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lover 13)
j daughters ; ; 1 S, 6 4t 27'Itic ,.
ATTENTION ) 15:;) minute* West a di: -
ROBERTMORELEANOR I' Landrum, while "Mrs. Carleen > the weekend. | ... of one and eighty-eight buijdredths ._ w here.I .
AH Cinema Scope Pictures liegin- ''I.. < Circuit Court Of Florida.Kilthlh .
(1.8 ) feet to a ma-mn \
Landrum has accepted the posiI Circuit, la AmiFur
ning \\ith "Nights of the Round Mr. and Mrs. Tniman King and | Judicial'.. '" ,,""'''U'lphuilding\ for point .f ITTTTTTTTTI
DA DVt'D will be at regular, admis I tion as receptionist in the Gover- children of Jacksonville were: )i I In Chsinrrr llradford>. ( .untf.I beginning. From point of betrii,11- > *

fl1l.lLlTablt'i" I ror's office in Tallahassee. !I ?undav euests of Mr. and Mrs. j 1(1 IKT TITI.I-:. F.TC.'JOXESLAXCIFOUDWIIITE. ning thus described run Xorth ""
prices, with the exception of"Demitres" 'I ienty-two ((72) degrees and thirt: ;
I )IJ'. and Mrs. D. N. Henderson !! 1'0.1'I' ; I Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry \
I'lti* -Bird Brain IkJgn Cartoon and "Gladators" and | | w. P. Gill. ;1:0. :;6. THE AMKRK'AN LE "(lg( i.f \\ali of said Innli'ing
I and Miami the :
World News other. children of spent ,I' 'KPAKTME.\T OF FLORIDA, .. .. .
\nd Latent one j Bob Smith is visiting Bill_Wall a Hi-tarn of t\\ -MI v-ir. .11linr.iii 1<1 1I.t
fllst of the week with Mr. and !: Plaintiff, 0'' tY''II'- \ cil'\ h- _"' 111 (r. t "THE HOUSE OF FINE DIAMONDS"Starke's
in St. .
,- ,, .. : :':_-, -- : -,".: .': """: -:: ,:', :,:'-:- : 1 Mrs. E. E. Henderson. | Augustine this week.: I' LAXI vs.'FLORIDA AXD IMMICKAT1OX 1'0.1 ...tu.l'.f, -.nil. .!l.iiiM.iiK..: : <,1'1J
I j Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli |I Ih.II" ;-.inn '1\ !,!* :' .1! ? > d.l
f Sgt. and Mrs. R. \V. Reese and' COMPAXV 010' FLUIUDA, u'1-- .iMi, i 1"1\1\\\ u ; in: J- : Leading JewelerTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTfTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
had as weekend guests. :Mr.: and et al. Defendants
I .. .
will back to Larson \\i-I ali.l.i;: W.t. \ J..111 ]J.;:
family report Mrs. Sam LaBue, and Mr. and Mrs. OHI1KK OF pnHITU"11 \\ ] ..f i ol] i.u.ld 1 i I" i fi -' >
Air Force Base, Moses Lake, I I AOTiri: TO APIKillvThe :
Ray Dills, of DuBois, Pa. I
Wash on Aug. 13 after two week's following named defendant.-
DOES YOUR RANGE I Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rovvlan went I!I
visit with Mrs. Reese's family ;who are residents of the :5tatt.f
up to Apalachicola over the week- :!Florida: .
the Adam Green family. They I P. A. Brinson. whose res idem e
HAVE THIS WONDERFUL ) are staying with Mr. and Mrs. : end to bring back their dau Jter.1 and address is Baldwin. Florida.Florence .

;Kay who has spent the past five. it. Brown, a widow individually FINAL SALE
Don while here.
Page and as sole devisee: and (III/lifE
weeks with her brother-in-law
Chef I! Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr., has returned | and |ltgatee under the will of Mart u.K.

Manic FEATURE? home after two months'visit sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mar I' Brown address del-eased is Starke whose, Florida residem'iind : ,

at Vint Hill Farms, Warrington. shall. They also brought back Sharon Hall I.otke, formerly :,h.-
with them their nddaughters.I I r"n Hall whose residence anti ..nltlress -
Va. with her son-in-law and if Florida .
Starke :
Mary Helen and Sandi Marshall.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. \. It. Martin and Uulda M.ut.n
% for visit. his wife, whose residence and uldress
a : -
Sranlan and family. | Mrs. Pearl Whitnel and I i is Starke, Florida; LADIES SANDALS AND DRESS SHOES
Barbara Yoder of Jacksonville daughter & K. Simmons, whose r.'III'II"and .
:| Edwina. of Deland are spend- address is Starke, Florida.
i I" -pending this week with Kay :
I T. Frank Landrum, whose 1. MIdeiue J-
ing this week with Mr. and Mrs. .
and address is Starke. Kli"i-

Hail.Mr and Mrs. Al Hartmann and I Merrill Mrs. Stnith.I James. |Ida I Florence; \:. Brown who\> i 1."-. 2.98 Vol. 51.99
Jr. of
I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop spent iien, e and address Worthiiit!;'""
Biloxi, is Florida
Miss. spending a few ;
the past ten days at the latter'ssummer I ,
days with her :Mr.! and Florence I. Brown whose rrideiue -
home in Waynesville, N. C. I parents, ( and address is 2906 Si hestreet. :

'! Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Green of'Wray 'I Mrs. 5eorge Flynn. Apartment 2, Jacksonwll.- .
i Kathryn Harrell, of Brooker. ,Florida; 3.98 Vol. -
Ga.. were last Thursday tJeorge Kopelousos. whose r.idence 1- $1.99 .
!I guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1... Cole. visiting Joyce Scholl this week. and uddre.-.s is Starke, Floi, I.ela i- \
Mr. and Mrs. ; :
I Charlene Hardy has been visiting Edwin Hagan and Thelma Dyal. formerly Th.-lm.i

I Miss Jane Cowan in St. Petersburg daughter. Nancy, of Arlington.Va. I Andrews William ;.. J.V.. Andrews..,,,.. ,,Jr... iml. \
!n'h..In.I. \\ .h. ": 4.98 & 5.98 vol.
m -- '
were Tuesday guests of Mr.
j the past two weeks. residence and address; is Stark- 0 $399Lt.. SIZES AND COLORS
and Mrs. Charlie Coven. !
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and i Florida as sole heirs at law < .1
I Mrs. Kate is \V. Andrews, .deceased; CHOOSE FROM
Sheppard visiting
and Mr. .
family and Mrs. H. M. i iI II.
I Denmark of Jacksonville are stay- Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sheppard in TUB STATE OF FLORIDA-:

j ing at their cottage on Brooklyn !, Valdosta Ga.. for two weeks. Company Florida of.and Florida and and linmigi its ,tj.'ii unknown ALLLADIES .

I Lake this week. Mrs. Hogan Smith was visiting i successors, trustees. Moikholders S PEe I A l
her and other claimants liy I HATS $ '
I sister. Mrs. E. J. Kuhn and
\ Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and through or under it. Joseph Jo'. 1,1'h..k. : -
I son Gf-ne, of Tallahassee spent mother, Mrs. R. C. Weaver Sr., in also known as Joseph; T. 1:..1het -
k. and Josephine S. !Kabei k. n- 2 9S&"Js ,
Jacksonville, Tuesday. f : ,
the weekend with Mrs. Pass ;
parI .
w whose la-t known address .1Marl.inil f'J11 f. 'If.
ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. \ Mrs. Frow Strickland and daugh K1..11.I.I. Marv Jan. I I-! 1 ValueBackToSchool t 'Ii;

Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and ; ters. Cynthia and Elaine, were I II LADIESBLOUSES : )

son. Jack spent the past two visiting Mrs. Vereen York and I I 99C .(k
son. in Jliami last week. I .
"MAGIC OVENEYE"Nr weeks vacationing at Daytona p
Mr. and Mrs. : i
Beach Miami, Key West and : C. H. Quick spent

new! to watch the clock in Tampa. ,the weekend in Nashville and Chattanooga ;
j Value Up; To 1j\;\ Tt

oven pre-heating just watch j I Rev. and Mrs. Richard Barber and enroute home visited Specials 3.93; J ,. I !

rhe "magic oven-eye". This little and son of New(Orleans. La., and Mr. and Mrs.. Herbert Deal in

jewel glows red when the oven is i Mrs. George Barber of Gainesville ]I Maoon. Ga. ALL BOYS SHORT SLEEVESPORT : ij I

up to temperature your r; : The Swearingen family of Quin- :
were: weekend guests of Mr. and SHIRTS l
pendable baking signal de-j Mrs. L. O. Hazen. cey. 111., are guests of Mr. and Mrs $1'00 j :

j.rize results time. JI ', Fred vM1i 1iSize
; every Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Griffin and Leonhard in Keystone I )

Yours exdushrly with the 1934; ),11'. and Mrs. Richard Griffin and Heights for two weeks. I Reg. 2 95 Value $1.39

Magic Chef gas ran;..... 'children of Waldo were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly.of I I 2-18

j guests of )Ir. and Mrs. T. J. Grif- Eagle Lake, will be weekend We have just received a large shipment of *
TOTAL 1 fin. gupsts of the Nelson Green familv

,, Mrs. Frow Strickland and daughters. I k Now is the time to stock up on those LEE.
''I !l";> Cynthia: and Elaine visited I f DICKIE and LITTLE DAD Double-Knee

TRADE JIN I Mrs Strickland's mother. Mrs. H I

Old Range 33.95 II Wash Your Clothes \\' Mover in Jacksonville. Tues CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON DUNGAREES Pn Dark Colors. Just the thing to dress

I day and Wednesday. j' BACK-TO-SCHOOL her up for going BACK-TO-SCHOOL
about this FOR
9 Founds Mr and Mrs. R. H. Stockbridge question

315-00 I ___ _
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and Mrs. Vernon Ayler. of Miami c
Just when it looks like a ;
For 40c! were last of Mrs
Thursday guests ALL All LadiesHandbags
Henrietta Hunt. profitable year, a couple of } Children '

\ FREE Bleach If Desired !! Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stribling of beef cattle are stolen. my | Sandals LADIESSKIRTS i

Completely Installed With -- ( Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. tractor is hit on the highway, I

; D. E. Knight on Tuesday. or my combine is damaged i Reg 1.98 & 2.98 II

One Cylinder Gas FREE We Will I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McKinney Can livestock and farm machinery Value

'and Mrs. Ruby Goodman returned be insured so we can $149

Dry Your Clothes j Saturday from their vacation ini avoid these disappointing |I'' !

For 20c i '-liazni.I losses? $1.00 $1.99

House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Plug Tax t

CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS la Xew Automatic Driers! 'I:JO. W. Carpenter! last weekend

I were Mr. and Mrs. James Vickery --- ;

: e : and Mr. and Mrs. David Reid all Charley L Jobs !

& APPLIANCE CO. of Jacksonville.


149 W Call St. Starke Fla. In Florida rirmtt la Court.CfcuBferr.Bradford CoB.ty. & Son Agency

; Temple '\t'e. Starke Irving Simon. TMaintiff vs. Mamie

Wq ... .fOO !l ,()j .j i.i_ -.! NG! I ;I Slm..n.Xn1i... To Defendant.\pitrarTV Case Xo. 10-'54 \ Phone 13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAtAlAAAAAAAA.

JIamie Simon.-whose residenceitnd ,

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l'lUD.1"t"GrST 6, 1931
-land I in __ ___. __ __
pasture using Pensacola L tion with her grandparents in Dun- r-- n
SOIL CONSERVATION :''Bahia for the main grass. They dee (County Ranks 14th Im Circuit NOTICE Court TO, Bradford APPEAR Couatr,I i and file. O. Box the S1 original. Gainesville.in Floridai ; dence To: Dealia Holmes. whose resi
are leaving groups of trees in each]One j Hundred Present In Pulpwood Growth Florid.: In CnanrrrT.: I'of the Clerk of the Circuit the Court office OB I You and are address hereby )notified": I'nknown that
pasture for shade, which is very t Crosby Reunion Pauline Kathleen Lovelace Plaintiff, 'or before the suit for divorce a
N.E. W.S a important and is sometimes overlooked l 1'-\ The annual Bradford County ranked four- v s. James Monroe Lovelace. De- otherwise 23 day of August, 1954; has keen filed against YOU in the
Crosby family reunion fendant. the aiieKniit/us fir said above
Case Xo. 10-603 named Court and cause and t
t in Complaint
By Bill HaasU i planning a pasture. was held Sunday. Aug. 1. teenth last year in the number of Not Ire To Appear. I fessed. by you.will be taken as con you are required to serve a copy of

| A request was made for a conservation |at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. R. J. cords of pulpwood used in the Tu: James Monroe Lovelace I This notice shall be published plaint your answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs to Attorney the com-
S. SOIL CONSERVATION Waters in Dundee. whose residence and address is: once each week for four consecutive E. K. Ferryman. Starke. Florida
farm plan by Freeman manufacture of : weeks in the
and Bradford
pulp and
paper County file the
rare of Nelson and Elizabeth Love- !Telegraph. original in the office I'
j Register Jr., on his farm locatednear Those who attended this yearly by mills within the state. lace Route 9-W, Stoney Point. 1 lot the Clerk of the Circ-iit Court on
SERVICE Dated this 15 day of i or before
I the Santa Fe fire tower, and occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. L. I Bradford County Xew York (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles July.A.1554.Darby I 11954: otherwise the IS the day allegation of August of,
4J -- by Jack Waters, who is planningto H. Futch of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs provided I You are hereby notified that a I Clerk of the Circuit Court j said Complaint will be taken a' con-
I Florida mills with 45,767 cords of l i By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk fessed by you.
plant pastures on Mrs. W. D.Faxon's Arden Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Lee j suit for I
The other discussing V. R. 7 23
has been
day we were -:I Ferguson reelected 4-t S/13 This notlc
{ farm. Crosby, all of Starke, Mr. andAirs. i pulp wood. Baker County was Divorce custody control and t I I once each week e SU all be published
tor four
a soil and water conservationfarm I to the Board of Supervisorsfor support of minor child i i :NOTICE TO APPEAR weeks consecutiv
T. B. In the
Crosby Mrs. 1 Bradford
I Eugene the leading producer with 84,331 has been filed against In the I. Circuit ('yen Bradford County Tele-
you Coaotyi'traph.
plan with Tom Carey, whose I LUllS ,
,J Starling who lives in thejiHeilbronn
the Bradford Soil Conservation Rowan !
son and Mr. and Mrs. above named Court and cause and Florida! U Chaarrry.jl.erny .
i Dated this
I cords. Other leading wood-pro- j !' 13 day of .Tilly. II! :4
place is located in the Lawteyarea. Springs you are required to serve a f Holmes .
Community copy \> riamtiff. ts Dealia
District. Wright all (OFFICIAL
The Board is composedof Crosby of Greensboro. SEAL) Charles A.
'Holmes Darby
Tom stated that he wants 'used the District's weed chopper Mr. Mrs. ducing counties were Marion Nas- your answer or pleading to the :1 1'rft-ndant. I Clerk of the Circuit Court t
Lloyd Green, the and Roy Raulerson and complaint on the Plaintiff's Case Xo 1(1=96 j,By Marian
representing sau. St. Johns. Clay, Alachua. L. Crosby,
to get an all over picture of his II'on his crop land. I Attorney SamuelV.. Oetzen. Sot lee To Appear. I Deputy Clerk
I grandson Pahokee, J
farm before he starts developing Starke area, V. R. Ferguson, Law ( :Mrs. Mattie'Hamilton, Columbia, VolusIa, 7 l4tS l 6I I
tey area, Zedra Hamilton, Brooker V. R. Sowells, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott. i Jackson. '
pastures. The soils which is I Ferguson used the Dis- Santa Rosa. Duval, and I
map Mrs. H. P. I
the basis for a complete conserva-- area, Foster Shi Smith, Hampton -I trict's fertilizer spreader to pug Gainey. Bedia Carlton. Putnam. Union County finished I
area: and J. B. White, Heil-:out 100 pounds of ammonium ni- Kenneth and Hal Mott. Huey Crosby just behind Bradford with 44,357 j I I ,
tion farm plan will show him the Mr. and Mrs. I I I I
bronn Springs area. This Board i itrate per acre on his PensacolaBahia Eugene Crosby. cords.
different types of soil he has on Rev. and Mrs. R. R. t I
controls all the Carlton and I t
activities in the Last
{ pasture. year's pulp wood'crop was
his farm. The map also states the I
District. It is their duty to direct daughter Sara. Mr. and Mrs. G six per cent above the 1952 volume {{
capabilities of the different typesof i YOU'LL LOVE the >W., Davis and I
new Ester- children. Barbaraand
the activities of the Soil Conserva I and 21
per cent higher than 1950 ,
soil. The capability guide whichis brook purse-sixe fountain I In Dickie, all Brooker r
tionist assigned to help in the pens I A total of $23 million (plus de- 'fIlt *
also included in a complete {!pastel shades Only $%,58 at Brad-
County. The Supervisors are Bobby Mann. Mr. and Mrs. L. livery costs) was paid by the mills
farm plan, tells the types of I
crops directly responsible to the farmers;.jford I: County Telegraph. Z. \Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Elzie to handlers and producers of pulp- GETftSET NOW
that are best suited for your soil IJ
and people of Bradford County to J O'Neal and son, Mr. and Mrs. wood. .,
and the treatment needed to '
keep, see that they are helped in improv- I ?TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER (Odell Waters and children and
them productive. ing the natural resources of our! I Rev. Albert Pruitt of Dundee. r FOR THE I
I IA i
It is the basic physical objective;County. R. G. Crosby James Crosby!
of the Soil Conservation Service to I FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
I'I and son. Phil, Mr. and I I I II
felp each farmer use each acre of complete soil and water con- I
and Mrs
By Polly Wait Jr Mrs. Elbert Mott. Mr. I
Agricultural land within its capabilities servatjon farm plan was preparedfor [ I'Mike Tilghman and children, Mr 1 1i
and treat each acre of agri- the P. M. Leamans on theirfarm : TTTTTTTTYYTTTMrs. and Mrs. Alfred Crosby, and JUST ONE I
cultural land in accordance with located out the Bland- l
Mott and
H. S. Anderson held a and Mrs. Pasco M1"1
its needs for protection and improvement I ing Road. Mrs. Leaman says that
{luncheon Wednesday in honor of all of Gainesville. cr.ly by General B1GFALLftWL
theirALVAREZ' ; : I
they are going to put most of i
Mrs. Don Bunker, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Raulersonof Motors Corp. AH other
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I and Mrs. C. A. Roberson. Those' Okeechobee, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- Electric Refrigerators are

Men's ClothingEstablished who attended were Mrs. W. T. burg and children Mr. and Mrs. made by ether companiesand
I STORE I Odell Guazuess of Pompano Beach
i 1894 Coram, Mrs Frank Tinney, Mrs. cannot use the word I
Ernest Edwards, Mrs. C. S. Rob Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Howard and

ft,_ ''erson, Mrs. Don Bunker, Mrs. Al- children Mr. and Mrs. Claude I Frigidaire. ". .. \
bertus Miller Crosby and son Richard of Jacksonville ': jij" / ',
__, --0 -'- o. _, _" _. '.- 0_ _' _" __-- -- Lacrosse. and Mrs. Gainey of :Mrs. Mack Collins and I Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE / ,
children of Waldo and Mr. and I r Rl I. ; ,
Katherine Harrell is spending a Mrs. Laurence Williams of Haines j I ? ? Dt A '
few days in Starke with Joyce: I ,.r C f 'rA.
:Scholl. THEN SEE ,
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Crosby, Mr ;, Qe f
'Cook's W. W. Raborn and Mrs. Cecil 11 Vesta Best and daughters of St. j

Moore of Jacksonville were visiting Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ben I E. H. SMITH : .. > \

I Mrs. Beulah. Harrell Sunday. Crosby, and Mrs Ben Crosby and,, : .- t.I

I Mrs. Flora Green, Mrs. Ruth I children, of Tampa. Tenth and Temple Ave. i t ,!l. rf ') I II Iru

Thomas, Mrs. Ladora Bryant and l' Starke, Fla. JS" CuM DI
Mrs. Elma Gran and daughter, TTTTTTTTVTTVTTTTTTTTTTTT : :i iJ
,Jean, were visiting the Aubrey J I ,
I Hazens Monday. I HEILBRONN i I "' ( -

Grocery I Mr. arid Mrs. F. M. Sullivan (
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were Sunday visiting the G. W. Rabons By Mrs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I COLONIALFLORIST .. t1 Ii l t _

Jax We Deliver Thurs. Afternoons NEW
Hiway Open
Mr. and Mrs. Wright Crosby of j EDEATIONr

-- Greensboro were the supper guestsof The Sunday School and Train-! I I
14-oz Bottle Mr. and Mrs. H.. H. Mott and Union enjoyed a fish fry at the i Ii i IJ J
family Sunday. home of the Ancel Normans Fri '
I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brighman of day night. FLOWERSFor
1 c I Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Ira. The Home Demonstration County -! I
CATSUP 12 Knowles All Occasions
I were visiting Council met with the Heil- I
:,the G \V. Raborns Monday. l PHONE I rlVtub(+ 'e e ee'
bronn Club July 27. At the close '
Kenneth and Hal Mott attended'
''of the business session a covered' I
I the Crosby family Reunion in Dundee dish luncheon was enjoyed.: In the'I __ _- +
Sunday. |afternoon a program was presented 001 I t RADIO and TV SETS are better than
Lbs Reverend H. H. Mott
GRITS 5 '33C I;the sermon at Kingsley Lake delivered Sunday State by Council members meeting who attended and by two the I I ever! You'll enjoy a wider variety of

I sizes, styles and colors. ..fuller and
I i Shirley Tetstone is home from I I one-dial
.A card from the Morris Carters t: finer tone ranges..simple 1l

5Lbs.33C the Lake feeling City hospital better. and is reported Jn I' Ontario, Canada says they are I I POTTED PLANTS I l a ....0 tuning -all at new attractive prices '

MEAL L : J having a wonderful trip and still -"- So don't delay!
Mrs. Don Bunker and baby north. I POTTERY i : ,. and convenient terms. t
|daughter returned to their homein going :.1f : Get set now for the big fall shows!
i Texas Sunday. Irs. Freida Norman and daughter Flowers 'Wired / I

For I, Mrs Albertus Miller was visiting Linda, spent Saturday nightin I A7/t 0 Check on the new portable
J ELL 0 3 23C M r. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham:: Sr. Starke with her parents the J. AnywhereNona r r. .plug-in TV tats, too

of Lakeland this weekend. S. Sapps. I

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dowdy of f| Mr.. and Mrs. LeRoy Norman Jr. St. Starke FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY ]?
With $5.00 Order or Over 5 Lbs. :
High Springs were visiting the L. of Camp Blanding were visitinghis ,. I
A. Motts Sunday. mother Mrs. Freida Norman -- '_-= --= -", <.. ..- U

Mrs. Alice Kelley and son Sunday'] afternoon. I

Sugar 39CNORTIIEUN Plant:I City spent a few days with I ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley. June Bond Purchases
: Jackie Dyal of Jacksonville spent

,I the weekend with her parents, Ir. Greatly Increase ,
and Mrs. L. L. Dyal. County's Total Sales 71'i'7ir
Mrs .Neta Dyal was the weekend
VsC I guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. June was a month for investingin

TOILET TISSUE 1 .DoMing. of Starke. war bonds in this county according -
Barbara Sue and Dickie Davis to figures compiled byW.

visited Mary Lee Batten at the B. Sewell chairman of the fhllf utt
Cans Baptist Home in Lakeland Sun- county's Volunteer Savings Bond

TOMATOES 2 25C dar afternoon.Mr Committee. Sewell said that

; and Mrs. Wright Crosbv of ;$21,056 was invested in June as 'i': ..
Gn-ensboro were the overnight'BiieMs 'compared' with $2,962 in May.
of Rev. R. R. Carlton S at I
i June's heavy bond sale brought .
6 hot ctn urrta\ ni htBarbara
29C j this year's six month total up to
Sue Davis has retn
ed home after a seven-week rnI I$57,186 which is 46 per cent high-
i er than last :year's figure of

3-lb. Can I ;I$39.073 for the same period.

FILL DIRTGOOD The state figure for June was
S4.225.4, a gain of 10.5 per cent
; :over last year. Bond sales in the
j state for the first six months were '

TOP SOILSee 112.2 per cent higher than last
j j year's and 70 per cent higher than

in 1952.

Heads I Sewell said that most of this \

2 25C BILL JACKSONJackson !improvement I can be attributed to I ,
I,the growing popularity of the
Transfer Compan: :(Treasury's new (June 1952)) cur- I = ''
:rent income Series H Bond which I .
Phone 165
Cello/ Pkgs |! pays interest by Treasury check ,

CARROTS 2 15C -, 'each'chase six and months matures from in date nine of years pur- I mE G'tIQE4T NEW

ALL TYPES OF and eight months after paying an

SWEET I average yield of three per cent
PEST CONTROL throughout that time. This year'sH
Lbs Bond purchases have increased
POTATOES 3 19C TERMITESHousehold 79 per cent.Divorces. I, h T i Y



for estimate \Marriages In County ,!

Steak 39cMULLET Florida Pest Control ), Bradford County's marriages I i TIRE" $ $ protects against bruise blowouts/ .'

& Chemical Co. 1 1 were unable to keep pace with j TO.
2220 X.W. 6th St. Ph. 60Gainesville 3' "New York's" divorces in thej! I NO INNER TUBE BLOW OUT!II

Fla. county during the first five months] ,. --
i of the year. Florins latest j i t 'T I.I .
j"Vital Statistics Report" shows!
Lb :that 13 marriages and 203 divorcestook
MONUMENTSLOWEST place in the county from Self-seals punctures

January through May.

e I ALL MEAT PRICES I The report shows that there I on running wheels A NEW SET! !

were 110 births in the county.
Lb FINEST QUALITYINo 67 white children and 43 colored. Prevents .

BEEF STEW 44C Extra ChargeFor | I There were three infant deaths in I We're offering a E

the five-month period, all whitechildren. sudden flats
..... Setting In Or Near j BIG, BIG t.

STARKE.L There were only 45 deaths 33 "T.rr- .- '0 '. "i,.;.. TRADEINALLOWANCE "
Lb being white and 12 being colored .

HAMBURGER 35CmOCK ifuwlWrit period.in Heart the county diseases during was the the leadingcause same GULF L F j: OIL I L S STATION s

Lb. of death with 16 cases,

For Free Folder motor vehicle accidents accountedfor Starke, Fla. Madison & Walnut Sts.
six deaths, and cerebral hemorrhage

Roast ATLANTIC ME.\IORIALS-lNt and cancer caused five -
each. Two were caused circulatory
r diseases, and one each :
'IS IOIIJT $t. by maternal deaths, tuberculosis

I IACX10NVILLf, HOKIOA diabetes, and miscellaneous '
.. ''- -- h_,' --, .- .- -,- 0 ._ '' ". cidents. ac Lawtey, Fla. On U. S. 301 -


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YY.YYYYYYYYYYYY nR n 1 'Yellow Tomahawk' !again the group is set upon by I turned home with them. their uncle C. C. Dease.fir. .

+ I the Indians until both sides be- Mrs. Willie Mae Simmons and and Mrs. Damon Nolan and

w n e At Park Theatre !i come exhausted.The twins, Deborah and Steve. of Live
LONG BRANCH HIGHLAND Mrs. Ruby Cooper are spendingthe
I Sun. Mon. Tues. climax of the picture is Oak spent the weekend with MrsXolan's
I week in Tallahassee where they
I when Calhoun must face Fire Chief parents. Mr. and Mrs. A
by Mrs. J. L. Strickland By Sirs. Lacy NormanIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'A are attending school for cafeteria
A broken peace pact sends the I with no weapon other than a bow I M. Bryant, Mrs. Nolan and chil-

and Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A AAAAA Cheyenne tribes against the U. S. of friendship that the Indians had I workers. dren remained for the week.
Mrs. label Andrews John-
Cavalry in "The Yellow Toma- given him in earlier da:}s. son Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pearsall
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Sunday 'nie, Mrs. W. A. Saxon and chil-
hawk, playing at the Park Peggie Castle plays the part of
I II Our revival at Maxville church ; worship service, 11 a.m. and dren, Billy and Janet, and I are rejoicing over the birth of a
Methodist Church At The Tabernacle Theatre Sunday, Monday, and a red-headed girl that shares Cal- 'I
closed last Saturday night and we 8 p.m.; Teacher's meeting 7 p.m.; Tuesday. houn's exploits. Howard Green were in Haines I daughter born at the Alachua

Sunday, Aug. 8--Church School i The Laymen of the Gospel Tabernacle must say we will feel lost, withno Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p.m.: Rory Calhoun plays the part of City Tuesday of last week visitingAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 'Hospital at GainesvilleAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
I I I church services We Choir Friday 8 Come I
to attend. practice p.m.
9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 jI.'l'' has charge of services this an Indian scout who is the close ]i 'Valley of
(i'I week. The schedule is as follows: enjoyed every service and just I out and worship with us. friend of young Cheyenne: Fire] .
m. Recreation Time 6 p.m. Fellowship Norman of Jackson- I "
wish we could be in services like Evelyn Plays Next Week
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Barney Mc- Chief. Fire Chief tells Calhoun of DRAPES
for Intermediatesand this I ville, is spending this weekend .
Supper Rae. leader. every day of life. Sunday we an impending attack on the cav- At Florida TheatreRobert -w
had here with her parents the Leonard .
Seniors 6:45 Worship a nice service, Vondee Dur-
p.m. Friday evening 1:30, E. T. Ber alry in retaliation for the cavalry'srecent *

Service MYF group 1:15 p.m. Un ry leader assisted by Mrs. Berry. fence and pulpits Lesler Vondee Taggart stayingat exchanged Normans.Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Pease of slaughter of some Indian Taylor and Eleanor Par- SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERING _

ion evening service, Christian Saturday evening, 7:30: W. B. !, families. ker, who star in "Valley of the .
Maxville and Bro. Taggart St. Marys, Ga., were in our com- >
Church! 8 p.m. McKinney. leader, assisted by dirs.i Calhoun joins the cavalry in Kings," find romance and adventure
went to Branch, but munity, Friday
Brandy camebeck p.m.
Monday: Circle, WSCS will McKinney. time to undergo the Cheyenne'sraid. in the shadows of th Pyramids : >
in time to Mr. and Mrs. 0 W. diary and -R
eat the
help us :
meet, 8 p.m.Tuesday i I Sunday morning August 8, 11''elaborate dinner that was served at little grandson of Mims, were His friend. Fire Chief, leaves at the Florida Theatre Sunday I BEAUTIFUL FABRICS
him unconscious from a hatchet and Tuesday.The .
Sacher, Park-of-.the-
Fred .
: WSCS Prayer Group,a.m. the church. visiting the Marr family this ELEGANT STYLING
9:30 a.m. Palms, speaker, Mrs. Sacher, pian weekend. blow on the back of his bead. couple, along with Carlos PERFECT TAILORING
We had visitors from all around
He find
regains consciousness to
ist. Thompson who plays Miss Par >
Wednesday: Visitation Evangelism for services and Maggie Crews returned home
J. T. every Sunday cnly a few scattered survivors left ker's husband, seek proof of the Call At 239 For Advice
8 Sunday evening, 7:30, Dirs.l I > Peg andA
p.m.Thursday had some new ones, Mr. and Wednesday p.m. after spending a ,,after the Indian's rampage. Once
Biblical account of Joseph in an
: Youth Choir rehear- Quigley. Charlie Wilkinson from JaCkSOn- few days in Tampa with friends Free Estimate
undiscovered tomb of Pharoah
sal 6:30 p.m. Chancel Choir rehearsal ville and Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Pad- and relatives. I n yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

7:30: p.m. Presbyterian ChurchSunday gett from Middleburg were included Mr. and Mrs. Ander Crews and I Rahotep.

in this service, also Mr. and daughter. Josephine of Lake Butler LAWTEY; They are pitted against ruthless 1 CHAS. C. SHEPHERD

REVIVAL SERVICES Aug. 8-Sunday School Mrs. Marion Wilkinson from St. were in our community Wednesday grave robbers who have discovered --

AT MOUNT CALVARY 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Mary Kraft. Ga. and Mrs. Vilkinson's p.m. the tomb and are robbingit TV Radio Seat
L. II. On the to *
by FutobAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA of its treasures. way
Revival services will begin a.m., message by Rev. F. Clay nephew. Roy Williams son Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman

Monday night at Mt. Calvary Missionary Doyle, First Presbyterian Church of Rev. D. V. Williams of Mobile. ,and daughters, Evelyn and Rach-I the tomb they are abandoned but in a I Starke, Fla.
violent sand-storm they man
Baptist Church and con- I Ala. We understand Rev. Williamshas eel and Charles Mosely, all went
Kershaw, S. C., guest minister. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Milliard age to find a savage desert tribe nmi YYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTYTTYTTTTYTTTYyYyYYTYyyy
tinue through August 13. Preach two radio programs. We had fishing Saturday p.m.. and got a I

ing will be by Rev. C. D. Denson. (I Union evening worship service, ) 89 present in Sunday School Sun I good many fish at Doctors Lake. of Middleburg. were guests of I which saves their lives.
relatives in Lawtey Wednesday, The climax of the picture develops i
Rev. C. A. Crum, pastor of the;Christian Church, 8 p.m. I day at Maxville. several were vis- Mrs. liable Crews, of Lake Butter
of last week. I II !I when Thompson is overcome :
church, extends a cordial inviata- Wednesday: Adult Choir practiceS I itors. We are sorry to say severalof Mrs. Martha Crews of Law- i MOVINGLOCAL

tion to the public to atend. p.m. 1,. the members neglected attend- I ley were in our community Saturday I Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gainesville by greed for the tomb'swealth

ing Sunday School to prepare the I p.m. on business. was visiting in Lawtey Friday rather than the scientific

-:: .__ -- -."? : _,__-:. -. --.. -:- -"' __ --fft'i: .:':.:P. dinner they brought to church. I 1! Those who were added to our 1 of last week. findings that the party set out to Safe PHONE
wonder which service the Lord find. He engages in a life '
I church and baptized at Crosby Mrs. S. A. Hicks and daughter OR
the best pleased with preparingfood I I and; Helen are spending tljis week in I death struggle with Taylor over Dependable
Lake Mr. LONG
Sunday p.m. were 311
the riches and the fate of his wifeTTTTTTTTTTYTYYYTYYYYVTT EconomicalR.
for the natural
body or goingto
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke !!Mrs. Dick Anderson of Starke. Daytona with relatives. I DISTANCE
School and church in
Sunday I Mrs. Collie Griffis and children Mrs. Loca Whitten of Lake 1, i B. Alvarez OR250J
time to get food for the spiritual
Butler friends here
was calling on I
attended church here
body? No. I do not wonder about : Agents For TRANSFER AND

___u __ this we should seek food for our I Sunday. Collie is a t.b. patient in Monday p.m. HAMPTONby I Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE; CO.
I the Orlando hospital. We wish hima Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of I
spirit instead of so much rich.
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor speedy recovery. Webster were Sunday guests of
elaborate food for the natural
i Mrs. Wm. {V. Hammond
Happy birthday to Winfred their mother Mrs. V. R. Reddish !
; i I
I body. We hope the folks will think STORAGEPerryman
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Wilkinsonli'e returning home on Monday. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
this and decide j
more on subject
I miss Mr. and Mrs. E. Nor I The !
L. H. Futches
were in -
: differently next time. I i j------------------------'I
Phones Office 234 Paslorium 130 !man and children who have moved ; Sunday attending the Crosby Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida I I1

We did have a wonderful lesson i to Lawtey. i i
I Family reunion at the home of a
in Sunday School and also in the I Mrs. Homer Smith and daughter The Misses Anne and Betty Jer-I.. w
sister Mrs R. J. Waters and
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.. 1. preaching: service so all who missed Shirley, Mrs. Clara Boone, were family. nigan of Gainesville are spending i

it really missed two wonderful :shopping in Jacksonville. Saturday.A the week with their grandmother
Mrs. Seeber Andrews Jacksonville
Sunday School 9:45;) A.M. Training!, Union 6:45 P.. [1. blessings and I do believe that all thought for the week: Choose Mrs. Minnie Marcionny.Mr. .
spent the weekend with
who were present will agree with you this day whom ye will serve and Mrs. Wilson May of QdQa L 3Qa 4 -
her Mr. i .
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. parents and Mrs. W. F. -
me on this. I-Joshua 24:15. I Gainesville called on their parents
j I Moore.Mrs.
d .. We understand the Salvation The post office at Highland has' Mr. and Mrs. Horace May and j

; .__ "J ... __ .- __ y > _;.; .:,! -' :<"__> Army is having some of the young ,been closed; mail is now delivered Macon.Betty Ga.,Redd arrived and Sunday childrenof for I::and Mrs. Minnie Marcionny Mon \

.' folks at their at Keystone : from Lawtev.Mr. 'day.
t __ = ># _= a visit with her parents [ and I COMPANY -
__ -F n Heights this week: Glorida Starling : and Mrs M. L. Thompsonand Mrs. O. J. Phillips. i"I Jack Southerland of New River, | r '

Sermon Sunday Night and Ann Padgett are included. daughter Margie and granddaughter Guests of the Melson Privett brother of Mrs. Lester McCullough DURING /6'"CENTURY '

in this camping project. : Ann Rosier, of Jacksonville and nephew of Mrs. Joe Forsytheis
family during the weekend included ENGLAND FOSTERED THE -- -- -- -
We had a P.T.A. meeting at our I were visiting the Lacey Normans
First Church a patient in the Palatka Hos
Baptist Hampton Ned and Irvin Privett. }tr. and DEVELOPMENT OF GREAT, -
house Tuesday of last week ands: Sunday p.m.Iatit .
Mrs. C. G. Smith and sons and pital following an appendix opera- TRADING COMPANIES. = ,
laid for Wwk's News It.Ion.
a e really got some plans .
i Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert .
Smith and
; this next school term. All of the Among those attending church I I Ii
'TIMBER I children of Jacksonville. I Raleigh Brannen left Sunday
: members who missed this meeting ;here Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.: I, THESE''JOINT
i Mr. and Mrs with a school bus carrying 15 SHARES IN :
By Pastor :Merle Packham !,really missed something and we !I.Wilbur Wilkinson and babv, Shar- and children were JosepU in Jacksonville Starling :''ladies to Tallahassee to Cafeteria STOCK COMPANIES"WERE "

I[hope you will be present at our leen and Winfred all of Maxville: 1! I id f
Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Union 7:00 p.m. I first meeting at the school house. '.Mrs. Collie Griffis and family. Mr. Saturday night visiting an uncle, \1
Steve Starling Sr. Other relatives [ Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams attended INVENTED TO MEET ,
Wed. night "Hour of Power" 8 p.m. Sept. 14. and invite all who will I.and Mrs. Covington, of Lawtey. 1 OF SECURITY ;
come both parents and all who Mrs. Ray Hankie, of Jacksomille.imd were also called in at this time 'I 1 the wedding of his sister THE DEMAND FOR A PLACE TO -

Our D.V.B.S. begins Monday. Aug. 9th. at 9 a.m.We : and because of the critical illness of'Dorothy Jane Williams at Tampa ONE'S MONEY --
have children in school. We do Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane INVEST ", SMK ,F

invite all boys and girls in or near Hampton under 13 plan to have an interesting program I'i children of Deland. Mr. Starling. Wednesday. I

years of age to attend. If you want to come and do not I and hope to have some present i Several from around here attended Charles Thorpe and sister, Mrs. Claude May. Mrs. Betty I

have transportation, please notify the Pastor t who can give us some enlightenment I the revival last week at Brenda of Cullen. Va.. are visiting May and Melody were in |:

i! on some subjects we wishto raxnl1e.i their grandparents. and ; Alabama the first of the week. I
Mrs. Chas. R. Shuford. I I savings account in our bank combines safety
"Some churches value their Programs above their study. !i Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dinkins. of C. C. Cannon was a business I /
Mrs. Herman Rowan and small '
Purposes!" We also hope to have singingand : Jacksonville, were visiting the caller in Jacksonville Monday.
son Joe. of Greensboro. were over- I and ready cash plus a return on .
your money.FLORIDA
different things of interest. so Lacv Normans last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Prevatt and
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guests of their aunt. :Mrs
-... -- --. -- . -. '-, would like to see all of you folks I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman I night baby of Law tey were Tuesday;!
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L. H. Futch. and Mr. Futch Sun-
present remember the date, Sept. I were in Jacksonville Saturday I callers of Mrs. Lester McCullou h. !

.'. :.. -.:.. : #1. ,; _-' '" .__ '''-., 14. 7:30: p.m. p.m.. and their daughter Evelyn I day. Mrs. Joe Forsythe and Mrs. John- e
Mrs. ;Mae Wells and Mrs. Jack (
Rev Taggart was unable to at- I who is employed there came back nie Knight. j
Bales and daughters. 3lat tie and I
i "end the meeting at Maxville last home with them. I I Mrs. Mamie: Wilson son and )

Tuesday last( week) this was the I Jannette Griffis, of Jacksonville, Jackie were visitors to the Step- family Mr. and Mrs.: Lloyd Wil-1 I

third week he had been attending I Ii i spent the weekend home with her hen Foster Memorial at White I son and children of Brooker were I

service; every night this was mother. Callie Griffis and family. Springs. Thursday of last week. i Sunday guests of her niece, Mrs
i! I rr. and Mis. A. G. McKinney of I BANK at STARE
his third week so he had to take Edwin Griffis. of Fort Bragg U. D. Dyal and family.! i I
Anniston. Ala., the weekend I
.:some rest. Bessie Strickland was i([spent the weekend here with spent Melvin and James Davis sent''
eVlva with her parents, Mr. and Mrs "
j unable to attend Wednesday night friends and relatives. He will reI the weekend in Nashville Tenn I Member Florida l National Group
H. B. Arwood. returning home orMonday
i i due to illness. I port back to duty, Monday morn and taking the children attending the Grand Ole Opera I II ,

i Pompie Padgett's oldest daugh- i inR.i I Rothelle Jones of Jacksonville h

:'ter..Cassie. was among the folksn i i Hapnv Birthdays this month to with who.had. them.been vacationing here I' aval Rase spent Saturday and .

J+ this part of the country last Mary Sapp, Geraldine Griffis. i Sunday home. ; I -
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyett Jr., i
week visiting. Shp lives at Delrav.i Mr. Converse who has been Mrs. M. B. 1 '
Layfield entertained -
i !ehe and Mrs. Robert plan cam I quite ill, is not improving very of Valdosta. Ga.. attended servicesat i i|Sunday afternoon. Mrs T. F. I .L :: :-:.-: :=- ,; -.-_ _: j. :: -= = -= _:: _. -=.. o ___ ''.-
the Methodis Church last Sun !
First ':'here to our house hunting pears, !quickly. t I I Brown. Mrs. Minnie Marcionnv i ii .

Baptist I I well. thev found them and got a !: Maggie Crews and Mr. and Mrs day. Mrs. Jessie Chastain and Mrs

i I' few. but Cassis couldn't stay Ions .I Kirby Stringer of Jacksonville are Miss her Phyllis home in Mitchell Lebanon returnedto Ala.. :Raleigh Brannen. Solve Your Knotty Problems

,enough to get as many as she !spending a few days in Tampa I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andrews of ,
after extended visit
1! wanted for she was in a hurry togo friends and relative Saturday an.
I with Wavcross. Ga. and Howard Green ,
with her sister, Mrs. Milo Smith
i to Middleburg to see her fa- Hardee returned home and family. I of Brooker were Sunday guests of With Knotty PineIlere's

Church Lawtey 1 ther. who is ill. from Lawtey after spending a few the \\'. A. Saxons. I
I Members of the A. E. Massey
:\Ir.I I
Susie and Shirley Padgett call- days with her uncle and aunt. Mrs. Sally Hall of Gainesville
visit with rela-
J(I f>d on us Sunday afternoon late, |I and Mrs. Bill Pendarvis. 'amily enjoyed a
I rives at Bonita during spent Friday with Mrs. Ellen Saxon -
they too, were hunting pears they i j Officers and teachers were 'I

Clayed so long(of course we had selected in our business meeting fir Massey's vacation last week. t F
AUGUST 9TH THRU 18THRev. I Edward Lee worked in his father's +i Rev.'ilhur C Hall) pastor of f rC
to talk some! ) Willie came to hunt held on August 2. the Philadelphia Baptist Church + ,
while he i
Hiehlandill be on Route 1 place was away. '+ 1 1I
in Live Oak and family visited
Mr. of j ,IIr.
and Mrs. A. D. Crosby
o .
mail carrier.Marvin '
R i Lawtev. the !;\ and Mrs. K. B. Watterson the' I s

I i .Oy! ot/I/ A'I ,I Rosier whom Rosier every son one of around James here Starke Friday were night.guests of relatives :;I first of the week. I'I'I r: U } il

I, Mrs. C. A. DicSw ain and guests I William Melvin Davis son of _
T her remembers.
O RAPHfCALI Mrs. Sanders and children combined -I I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis arrived _- : t ,
< 'I Thought for the week But thou
: :
; iRRot: business with and home recently from Korea after
pleasure ''I
halt remember the Lord thy God-
I' last Thursday in Jacksonville !18 months service there. He will ; /
I for it is H<' that giveth thee power ,
|report to Fort Jackson S. C. Aug-
dinner of
!I to get wealth. Deut. 8:18.CEMETERY where they were guests I
,,11. Mr. Davis has already served
the B. M. Jones family. ;

I Miss Beverly Appleby. of Atlantic ;':5 1-2 years in the U. S. Army j 1 I
r WORKING j 1 1Ili
II I (( ) j Beach is spending thisweek I: Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson
There will be a working at the
I with her grandparents. Mr.1 I I were business callers in Starke
McKinney CemeterY on Wednes-
and Mrs. J. E. Warren. .Thursday afternoon.
ria\ Ausr 11. Evel1'bodcomt" and I
Pasco Mott. an employee of the Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and ,-hil.dren !- '
: a, brine tools to work with. -- C. M. .l
spent the weekend with Mr '
*,"t.npv. Gainesville Gas Co.. was attending r,

s. I, to business in Lawtey Tuesday ,,and Mrs. T. W. King at Jackson- l

?hirlev and said if she was g morning.i ;iville, also visited the zoo. onIon- _

I ng with him wherever he was -o3Ir.' and Mrs. G. W.' Roberts Jr.,...1!day they left for Bradenton to .

I I -r\s she had better come on! Bud--and, babv.. of Hastings, and Mrs ;visit Mr. Hill's sister, Mrs Gene K...

Ii i I : ,1'Plailo.tt and wife ('ame'e" Vernon s'ilcox and son. of Starke. j{Clouse and family.

I !i and {took all home. or somewhere.1 were dinner guests of their par- 1 Mr and :Mrs J. W. Jackson and

i Variation in named .We; understand You? n Padgett! i isI ents. The Geo. Roberts Sr.. Thursday J Randy of Starke were in town inexpensive, informal beauty for every

I I assured and the I i inn the sick list we hope he is soon j of last week. !Sunday evening. j jMrs. ++ room in your home!
G. B. Van Allen way I Vernon Slade in
\vell again I Mrs. Gladys Nesbit. of Lynbrook, was .

I I car titled does not I Mis Wellhausen is much better. ;:'N. Y.. returned home on Wednes- I Gainesville Monday. ,

Evangelist I void an AutoOwnersautomobile 've are "lad to say. She was abl'I jcav of this week. after a stay of Wayne Jackson of Gainesville, Knotty Pine panels used in kitchen, den, playroom or
I'o!I fin to Macclermv last week. I I several days with her father A. F.n is spending the week with his'I dining room will add warmth and dignity you'd hardly

Good Gospel Preaching I policy unless Mrs. .Tack Wilkinson was i I Brown and ){rs. Brown. I grandparents the W. N. Jacksons. \i believe possible!

I fraud or concealment Jacksonville Saturday on business.1 1 :Mrs. C. A. 3IcSw ain and her. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chapman !;

Song Services Begin At 7:30 is intended. i i Mrs. Pave England and chil-'j j guests. Mrs Sanders and children. I and daughters. Terry and Dianne Finish in variety of treatments! Paint them whitein

I Iren spent Sunday in Jacksonville, !'of Ft. Pierce were Sunday guests;I of Tampa spent the weekend with the kitchen shellac them in the den rub knots _

What does i -vith Mrs. Mmnie Gurr and hots.fir. I of the Raymond Jackson family) j Mrs. Chapman's mother Mrs John off in the dining room for exciting charm, or leave i I l

your pres +i and Mrs. Richard Moslev' in Live Oak. )Irs. Jackson an Blackman and husband. i them "as is" in Junior's room. I

presentpolicysayabout ,I and children and Barbo Carter II Mrs. Sanders were co-workers together Mr. and Mrs. Denver Hobbs and I

HOMECOMING' AUGUST 8TH -? I recentlv spent the weekend in Tam in an office before either children of Miami spent Sunday!; : Stop in for ideas! Estimates! No charge! 1

t ">a with friends+ and relatives. Iof, them married. ,night with Mrs. Hobb's sister, Mrs. j

I Mr. and Mrs. W. TV Jones wet e \i Mrs. John T. Wright and children W. N. Jackson 'and family. i II PANEL ON PAINLESS ABC TERMS 1

-inner guests of Mr and Mrs. returned to their home la I Mrs. Avery Slade and son of ,

Conner Bros. I inni Padett Sunday. Gertif?I Tampa last Sunday after a stay r Hampton Junction called on her I

Faircloth spent Sunday in Jack of two weeks with her parents,. sister-in-law Mrs. Vernon Slade :

I *onville with her daughters. I Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Shuford. Monday. iMr. i STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone

EVERYONE; WELCOMEEDGAR Insurance Agency' : Our hot drv weather is aboul t I Stanley Parties seem to be the and Mrs. Emorv Brown son ,

I to get the best of some of us a order I of the daThe last tc)j I Randall and Mrs. T. F. Brown. 45 Washington St. at S A.L. Depot

;j'.wllas my chickens Our water i iettin s date. and we hear the best attended [were at Lake Placid Monday Starke, Fla.
12911'. Call St. Phone 2S i
WILKINSON Pastor .... in the home of Mrs H. E ; Frank Brown who has been a
!! low too hnt the temnera i
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I -- FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1954 I

Children's Group II!Restaurant North Of Starke Planned r \Lawtey To Sell Legal Size Limit Alexander T. Shelp

Compiles.County ,..,. Back Tax LandAfter On Taking 'Gators' Has Masonic Rites

The new building under con. Reduced This Month 'I II

Youth DirectoryBradford II struction on Highway 301, just I At Funeral!. Here i, -l;

south of the 301 Motel will be a repeated notices to delin- c. W. Pace, director of the Game Alexander Thomas !'
modern about quent Lhwtey taxpayers failed to Shelp. 73.
restaurant seating and Fresh Water Fish CommIssion. I
County's youth are not clear 31 unpaid tax bills the | resident of Starke for the past j I
70 patrons according to owner up announces that the !
new rules
for and unappreciated : gov- vear. died here :Monday afternoon
growing up uncared W. H. Noegel, who is erecting the Scottish City Council in a meeting Tuesday i itrning the taking of alligatorswill I
according to information authorized City Clerk Ethel Red- following an illness of several
with sub-contractors.
building I not go into effect until
recently compiled by the I The restaurant will be operated L dish to proceed toward a sale of .25. 1954. Aug. months. Mr. Shelp is a retired

Bradford County Children's Committee the properties involved by advertising retail merchant who moved to
by his brother and sister-in-law j Although the new ruling reduces
in their "Directory of Com I' .. as prescribed by law. OWn- Graham from New York several
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Noegel. i the size limit of alligators from
Resources" within the Couple ers who owe taxes still have a few :years ago and from Graham to :
munity I The building will be of stone I I eight to six feet and grants an
: days in which to pay without penalty tarke.
county. I{and glass, and cost about 20000. : i extended season from June 1
Rev W S. ?McAliley chairman old II I but after the advertising be- I Mr. Shelp organized the Police
Over 2.000 yards of dirt and :1 through Jan. 31 Florida law states
said that thpdiJ1'l'tory I gins. they will have to pay that i iI I and
of the include every concrete were used as a fill. extra cost in addition to their ';; that such rulings will not go into I Intelligence Bureau with the .
strived to I taxI Remington Rand
Corp. at the beginning -
showsan Choose bill. !'I i effect until 30 days after certification -

group in the county for which children. Terminal President I i H A. Bishop Sr. and H. A. j ji i iI I to the Secretary of State. I of World War II and retired -
interest! in work | __ from this after the war.
i Bishop Jr., owners and operators ; The state-wide repeal was certified J
to take this opportunityof At : He was active in Masonic hQ' ,&d' '
"I wish Speaks Rotary I 'of to circles .iq. 'SI.
the S arke R.
church and I' Telephone Company. !! Secretary A. Gray on lin I
club '
New '
each York <
thanking the I i ,appeared before the council to review - of ; of the Jack- 1 former I. Ie-e "eitoii.
organization Gill. president
J. H. member
other ( of
any their efforts toward that date the
Starke new
installing i il' alligator
community for its contribution toward : sonville Terminal Co., was guest I | ruling i I Chapter 145 Order Eastern Star .,,.o.7;
new telephone system in Lawtey.The will be as follows: legal size. six i I
out a good programfor at the Rotary Club Wednesday and Past Master '
working of
speaker Lodge N'o.15.)
i .\ told the council they are I feet instead of the previous eight I I
he said. "We real- interesting I I i IF. and Although the temptation i*
our youth, I and gave an ready to install a new carrier system -, feet with hunting allowed from M. both of Newport.
ize that we have an unusual county i, account of this mammoth opera- which will now permit the I June 1 through Jan. 31 except for I N Y. He has been a member of1 terrific to tell dirty stories
compiling this list we ; handles the affairs of addition |I the O.E.S. for 31 about plumbing there i.
In the tion which of four extra phones instead the period from now until August i![ years and the

more conscious which of our the railway terminal at the "gate- : of the two originally plan-:j 25th of this year. The ten southernmost I[ Masonic Lodge for 32 years He'' ing dirty about the "a.ue do

splendid ways in way: to Florida." ned. counties and Escambis i had recently transferred his Masonic the job. Our men nmer tease

schools. our county officials our I The was in charge of r They also said that estimates:' will !1 membership from New YOlk a mess behind. That's
other organi program James and Mary Suttle hate tr.i eltd all the County remain closed to the | uhy
clvurohes. flubs and are in process now for a completedial i. to Bradford Lodge No. 35
who introduced the F. and .
I Bill Graham taking of alligators. our service l is M popular.,
to from Scotland to Ii\e in StarKe. ha\e
together \\ay They
working for
zations are system Lawtey and that A.M. at Starke. He was Master
people have the speaker. been here for a \\eek and think Horida it once it will
see that our young It was announced that the board I simply approved, take an additional Of the Orange Lodge of Hilliard-

best opportunities possible to help.. of directors will meet next Monday "!>ma..hing.h <'h means wonderful in Scotland. eight months to get de-I Florida's GamblingStamp ton Ont.. Canada and active m I

into good citizenswherever ,. i livery. this
them develop night at the Camp Blanding Law Upheld order for many years
they may be." Starke's campaign for new citizens Both ftt them wear dark glasses The council discussed the matter' He
club. was born in Russell! Ont.,
The directory lists 41 agenciesand officers reached across the Atlanticto jin I the direct sunlight since their I 1 of cleaning out the right-of-way' By Supreme CourtFlorida's Canada. on Feb 11. l S1 Hi' t

services which deal in someway Scotland for two new residents. (' eyes are not accustomed to it. tor a canal drainage ditch to be i I I parents were the late Thomas .\

with vouth problems? It also I 12 James aid Mary Suttie. who arrived They say that Scotland is cloudy I 1 dug from a point on Highway 301 new gambling stamp and Jane McLaren Shelp Ht'A >1.-

churches financial assistance. ; guidance. here last week. They are I lor stormy most of the time. and :at the south end of the property | law has been unheld as constitutional -
and a member of
2% civic groups school II First MethodistChurch
lists 11 I
4 health. 22: recreation :
youth programs, j : living with Suttie's aunt and her I the sun has very little intensity j of. Bryant Reddish, westerly to. by the Florida Supreme !! of Starke.
which snonsor 6 churches. 26 I'HOXEIU.J
i organizations, : : New River.
The council is Court.
state institu- husband. Mr. and Mrs. James [ when it does shine. tryingto I Surviving him
Also included are I crippled childre 3: emergencycare the are his wife
get land cleared in exchange Adopted by the 1953 State Legislature
Edgar on Ct. Clair St. The Suttie's are anxious to meet ;, -I Annie McNair
tmns state-wide voluntary agents 6: free glasses 2: immuniza- I for the timber Shelp: one daughter. -
standing on law makes
The Suttie's arrived in the Unit- I couples and wish that ownership
and institutions. and specialized young I lit.I Mrs. Beatrice Farber
<< tions, 1; industrial schools, 3; juvenile I lature. the law makes I of
weeks and aftera Staike had life." ownershipand
ed States two more "night
services available to BradfordCounty ago. I ftarke: and one
court 1: library 1: neglected Councilman James Waters who grandson. Gary
brief visit in New York and New | They join the ranks of many I It possession of a Federal Wagering j Alexander Farber of Staike
children. 4 : sight conservation. recently moved out of the city limjits {
facie evidence
j stamp prima of
to Starke natives that
The directory includes the follow 3; speech defects. 3; transients, :2: Jersey. they came directly are "sufferingfrom and thus may be ineligible to' violation of I Funei-al services were held In
the state's
: laws
I Starke. especially im- : the heat" this summer. They the
They were
ng services offered to Bradford emergence transportation. 1 : well- i!serve on the council was advised j I DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at
nressed with Island its :, plan to make Starke their against gambling. ,
Coney and Starke
Counts children adoptIOn. 3 baby clinu-s, 1. and X-iavs 1 I II perma by the council to withold his resignation Florida Wednesday with the Rev
I' manY bright lights. j I nent home. and Mrs. Marian Howe until a review of the : reportedly is the first I Robert D. Sommer officiating

-. --------- _.- -'-_.----- A &---- _IS described Starke and F1o-''of the Chamber of Commerce i is state in the union to implement i
They I ,, situation is made.'Assembly ., Interment followed at the fanrh
nda as "smashing", which means i imdprful. assisting them in finding work. the intent of the federal wagering 1 j nlot in Crosby Lake Cemetery' with t

', like Florida's : "If we ever return to Scotland." I samn law bv legislation which. in ; Masonic I
INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE \( They Of God effect places i Rites at the grave b'h.: L-
i t.IIlt'd! sunshine and are jealous they said. "It will just be for a professional gamh'crs Bradford Lodge

.t the .tans" whirh it producesMother I visit Plan New Church in a. "cross-fire." !I _
In commenting the S unrf'mp -

1JSN/TH* And Baby Farm And Home Nightly Revival Court decision. one States Attor-

r ow said: "In vitew of the SupremePonrt's This Year More
Equipment Roundup r .- .. decision Than Ever...
a professknanibler I

Fine After BirthIn Held This Month : "" in Florida now finds him-
:! I elf SUbject to DroSe<'ut ion bv the

Parked Car Farm people from many north 1' t I I ,',it* if he owns and po-se=sefederal i \j

AND em Florida ('Ollnt"s111 attcm I; __ rambling stanin on 'IP \

the Farm and .Home Equipim-r. ''" hand I
Tii'ie' and the stoik wt for nome __ prosecution h\ Ilpr..rt..al

_ _TELEVISIONSales Mrs. Harold Phillips of, Roundup at nearby camp Cher : \ : government if he eniis: I :-_ _
Lake (Inear Madison. Fla. ) Au uM n "V>i,, mofession without h -
sir :i
this here
n.rersefl Keystone Heights proved 24-26. says Miss Dorothy R.-- _fJnlTl" 'I
Monday when she gave birth to I, ,
'. Home Demonstration Agent. ..
In the
opinion written
bher b\ JIM <
ber first baby. attended only
Plans for
the roundup whit'
and Service husband. in their car outside I u I ;I'nn Tei veil. the court said "I"i.iv I!
being presented by the Florida _. '.
.... .... .." .. of the Starke Maternity Hospital. Agricultural Extension Service indicate I of the limited purpose to1 -

224 1\. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida The couple had traveled to that it will be the most interesting 4 'i i'h a Federal gambling st.unp

to find the hospital I i- Denned we cannot sath.il
Htaike: only and entertaining event
I : Legislature 1 was arbitral
dosed because it had no patients. of its kind to be held in northern ;mn'in
.Tenable) in
They had apparently notified Dr. Florida in many years. Companie Tlmvirtinethat i i1

Tnmald Christoffers of Keystone I handling equipment for the farm hu. puma! fieie evidence of violal-
Sell It Rent It Trade It Heights that they were leavingfor and home are cooperating with mil uc u the law against bookmakinp

the hospital. Dr. Christoffers officials. specialists and county lott.ries"I One Round Your

notifu-d Dr. H. H. Adams who arrived -,and home demonstration agentsof question of whether possession I Way Trip biggest

WITH( A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED the Extension Service in the of gambling I
i on the scene about five minutes Rev. a stamp will be :XI'W York $20,00 31)liainj range buy
program. I and Mrs Harolo ufficient evidence
E Bullo for
the owner'sonvirtion
after the 5 lb. 13 oz. boy was '
Low Rates ... Good Results Easy To Place I IZO i Registration for the roundup I are among the new residents of ( of a gambling law'j3:j 7.73 13.9,1

WORDS OR LESS OXK: INSERTION 50c j jE.CII born.Mrs.. Phillips and the baby not 'will begin at 10 o'clock Tuesday Staike who laud its friendliness violation was not before the high I St.Tampa 3.5. 6.0

morning. August 24 and the pro and hospitality. Rev. Bullock tribunal t in this case and Atigustin 1.20 2.20
ADDITIONAL WORD 2c only came through the ordeal in is was not i Orala 99995See
gram will begin that afternoon 1.-10 2.53
pastor of the answered.
IICOtT OF IS PER: ('t 'T O\ TWO OR MORE 'S.IITIO\II! fine shape. but she left the hospital Assembly of God Fares
: >and will run through noon Thurs do not include U. S. Tax
congregation and has
the following day two days arranged
:54. AUDITION: FOR nuuU" OK .\USo'r: PUll) IN .\U\\'('.: earlier than most model mothers. day. I. for the purchase of a building site v.\ HOSPITAL JOBS GREYHOUND BUS STATION:

BIKMORIAMS; : CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS: 20c Per Line According to Mrs. Phillips she handling Equipment silage for and hay.making clearing and, II in Starke on the north side of The Veterans Administration I Temple A\e. Phone I47-J

(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) I got up at 3 a.m. Monday to fix .plowing, and irrigating land applying Highway 16 across from Starke I HElementary ospital in Lake City is still receiving it today!

her husband's breakfast. He works I fertilizer fumigating soil j school. I[! applications for :Medical Starke. Fla.

I bout 100 miles from Keystone pumping water, brooding chicks, Rev. Bullock plans a groundbreaking Technician under AnnouncementNo. FARM, HOME &

POWER LA\VX MOWER for rent Heigh4s clearing hyacinths from I and ceremony for. the new 5-61-1(51)( ) grades GS-4
I harvesting tobacco
Starke. by the hour at Tiny's Service Sta and other AUTO SUPPLY
A. J. Thomas I (ton, Temple Ave. tfcbg lakes. crops will be demonstrated for sanctuary to be known as the "Hi- GS-6. salary range $3175 to $3195 I

11.\" ,,OLD RACS' W.\XTF.D-Ct'st Phillips left for work. but he farmers Farm women who attend Way Chapel" Sunday. The ground per annum. If copy of announcement Slarke Fla.

FOR SALE .paid for guild clean, cotton rags.price relurned shortly. He said something 'will witness demonstrations of I breaking will be at 3 p.m. pre is not available in your local ,

\n khaki or wool. Telegraph. "told" him not to go to electric irons am} ironers sewing ceded by a dinner on the grounds post office write the Exouteeretarv !\ _

7J .er'.. portion ha* lirrn '. machines a barbecue i lat 2 p.m. ,'I ? Board of U _
FOR that day.Yrs. Phillips began grill washing S C-vii!
.. RF.oIT-l."nturniohed work
,. wile. .\ house. In- I
ahl,.1 -"uitrr, diklrr will lair the ... | quire at Bus Station. tf feeling tad at about 4 or 4:30: ( machines. clothes driers. and I Sunday night will open a series Service Examiners. V. A. Hospital AT.

3 ..... room dnrlliait I DIll,. I. various pieces of equipment for of nightly revival services on the Lake City. Florida and a will a MON. ONLY I
Heights copy
.... lot, '. LET J. D i.m. They Keystone
51. ". large vu ODOM Jit. I cooking and other work In th "jw church's site beginning at be furnished.
Ill MILK YOlll the was *
pilird road it about 5 a.m.. and baby 7:45
CATTLK A Nil HOGS !i home. p.m. -
llomm nut* uudrr ....... .. .. SALtS horn between 6 and 6:30 a.m. 1 I Rev.
r fir TO JtN4MI.N> to *Itt.IMM i. Lite Oak Karb: Urdnc.d.r Both mother and baby seemed Besides the exhibits talks. and' Bullotk: has several offersof Starke Citizens LADIES
.. .. .. fiainmtlllr .:.." '''demonstrations construction 1
trrtu x Ion a KtllMMI Friday a unique feature equipment and I
MoMikl) |ia) uiral a* lun I unaffected by the unusual birth I volunteer labor. Eligible For Cash C
will be added He is still seek-
,.->::.i.:. la> '"Nt.IMI ....". !-:: \V.NTKI' '-"rVr -umiiiei l.r..I'I'alll' but the father appeared a little "Do It Yourself -
Mam loan IM ..1.i..r.l. NuI* \v.\NTEITh .-.. nuddle-aged men Demonstrations" for crafts ing similar offers and contributions \
for when he came toa Citizens of Starke ,
wear tiadir.K
I .ir.tf
ppurtuail) to unit a mudrru 1..1' iiiaint'-naiii e and Kri'iind u ...-' Panties
I cord of the church.Groups .
detail TlirM kui... urc repair.
rwBKlrurlrd b) lira t'. Hall tfKt : i shopping for baby clothes. r'.ch are eligible for our f"dn
and ..... .. 'R Entertainment features will in- services I
kawwa local builder I"\I.-T\\ > ihorviiKh' l'te i : 1! Either on a Pa.T; T'a\'
...... I| Hllil ilogs huth itiali-. N inoiitlield ,. elude band and recorded music
Several Residents Seek of $50.00 for 30 MiKhuay ::I'll I iiii -- from and professional Vote S
til, IiI. \\hat du >ou ".. ; lir.tilfoid I'tiriiittiit. Co. lip: S *i I entertainers. .75 interest or on the Finicni> Limit
I Itatr it. I Apply For DegreesAt Recreation will include swim On County Fence
: Budget Plan. Contact :Marion
110'1 II i: lENT-T11r1. ming in Cherry Lake I
four horseshoes
A. J. THOMAS apaitmentomtortal>.l> .fill m..h..d room University group singing checkers anti I other Law In November I Finance Co. by phone 5333 Gam""- C'1st Quality
I roomand Itatli, elr< tru Kiliheiiliaily 1 I'yule or write P. O. Box 446 21"
11. KTTK UI: \I.En .- lawn Available games. !
UK Aug. I 9
:01 Trunilrr.. Trlriibuae : fr Mi>. I.. M t'lark, U'---aia: Utl Thiee Sta'ke residents have ap Congressman A vote in the November election %v. University Ave.. Gaine \ 11.-I Lots of Colors
D. (
siarUr. Florida I tdM Siarke. 1 mile from fall St. p ltt'd foi Masters-of Education degrees (Billy i Matthews on a count-A'ide "no fence" law Fla. t.\'i\' i
""'dR''. Rt and Nathan
I. Box J-C'
Mayo. Commissioner
.'* >oK: \\ \:\TI1tt: Nt \\ h:11I: tfohe at the University of Florida I : I- was urged this week by two Bradford -
of .
I'" .t'-b II .,'1 lit SAI.K--So-acre farm Reason1 1 this year's summer ses. ; Agriculture will speak County organizatIOns. when j ,
alilv' i III i i. .-d and during the sessions.
Mime urm.Small .
RADIOS REPAIRED tol>a<.<.ii allotment Write sion. They were Hazel Dyer Cres they petitioned the board of county COMIC
.. or iniime < For reservations and
I ihiough Kami Sa I..' in rare =ler. Verna J. Demorest and Vernon further information L commissioners to put the issue on L

.enal All >lr Make rbarx'-*All- ModrURra ... .. i! ot I the iiiailfoid t'uunty Telegraph. \ ,. Frank Reeves. see your count or the ballot for a popuar! referen YOURPROTECTION

CH '''. C. MIKfHKHI 4tp > U home demonstration agent in the

TM W. Call St. &larkr. Ph. . : degrees at the University's commencement Bradford County Cattle
-$: per 111011.' > ouut them. I",. i .
I'orto Kiran YamJames, A Pet- ''I' ceremonies on Aug !9 men's Association presented their BooksReg.

Electric llotorsHEWOl n "..n. lit 1. Itux x. 2tp N t> ,j |i i in the Florida Gymnasium at 8 Social Security petition through their spokesman I

KOIJ RKXT-Knrni>hed apartment. !11]p m. Officer Comes \v. H. Noegel and the Bradford
; n AND lp'I one liedioum and Blaiedirleep- Lucian Ervin Andrews. Brookerlias County Soil Conservation District
\ing porrh. large 1I"ingroum.. I
SEH'ICEUSmall 'I Supervisors through their is II
kitchen and dinnette.:! South. applied for a Bachelor of representative of the Gainesville I

Si. in appl) at Tu'k.uto ,';*fc. '.
Appliance Repair I If- *I Sargent. Keystone Heights. has ap- in Starke. August 12. in the courtloom board agreed to study the OURPROcESSION .

General Machine \ 1 ii Eli' WAXTKI'-Itoomiug l.usiiier.- ,lid for a Master of Education I of the courthouse. for proposal and do it if possible Full SizeMEN'S
nmkev the
'vailahlf .
opening ; for r.poniiilf -- If the referendum b
I > man or woman with **eeree. Jewell Coleman Dekle and I purpose of conducting social security passes \ popular
i iar I.. rail on farm vote. Representative Doyle
women in ,J. E. Driggers of Lake Butler have business.
All Work GuaranteedReasonable; I Bradford < "unt>' .'ull..r spare Conner has promised to take the
| time *?0 to $40 a da>' Write 'molied for Bachelor of Arts in Persons who desire
,,,. to make ape- mandate of the the
Rates I \l< \e rn. I' n. j\; _'7i>h. I >'e- 1 ducation and Bachelor of Science people to legislature NYLON
Soto Station. Memphis. Ttnntt1 I for social security retirement and ask for the necessary

S I :! x I 1t. 'n Areicultiire derees respective or survivors benefits legislation. It is hoped. by this $ 39
1\'. Huh Odes
: Noe. Waldo. hamoli4d "
RED SEAL KllR RKXT -- Remodeled \\'..!.11..1'f secure social security account procedure. to enact the law sooner :<
Wills house oil South, St. Fixelarge for a Master of EducationConey numbers or get any ether social than by taking the issue to the YOU SHOULD
room liath M reeiied poiih I-h Iperr..t'I .
ELECTRIC & 1.\CIlI I'llfurillvhed S..1 T. 4JU'RleV! security information are advisedto .legislature first. Shirts
lid,,:: contact him It is felt that most citizens of HAVE OUR

SHOl'F. FOR SAIjK-\\-tnIi.." ". Shutter and Island the I'ountyi1l favor the referendum j

Hlind, -. already made up \Vi1lrIi County Lakes as now "piney woods" hogs Low Cost
\\ f.RAUDONOwner. rheap. Nat William. lip Sandwich Shop are roaming at will on secondary

Manager ,'UI R S.U.I--HIII> Xe\\' Hampshire Now Inlet New Closed CommerciallyAll road areas. damaging crops and M Reg. 1.99
Red Pullets IT w..kold $1 in I
lOG Washington St.-I'hune .....h. "-. Peteisoii. i in,I.,- noitli' I & ms. H c. \ lakes and fresh-water pastures. The present law now S 1st
StarUe. Fla.S of Starke on 1. S ,01: II"I'ltTlltXT controls stock only on state high
DOUGLAS; streams in Bradford County are S _
\ FOR' RUXT-l'..\\ n now closed I ways. 2 Limit
>t: S VI.R -'h.aI' l.i i tec I stairs commercial fishing
\\'ar <...>l.MlAlvaffX AII' iiinditii. :MrF..ajiartment H Long fit'f..r: X lndonlv Waliuit Jumbo Hamburger 25c as a result of action taken by the All counties which surround _

Store. ;u-hK L !St Phone til-J. lip Specializing in board of county commissioners Bradford now have county-wide

*STI-I To hfar from" a'.' : '.; { ( SPRK \PKU s:1vl&'EAgri Old Hickory Barbecue this week in their meeting at the "no-fence" laws. SENDFOHJERRY We Exchange
man h.>tw* >n :ii and .. > whu i" Hi alcum. )
-rf"',..l in earning $Th li> $ I Snrwidtr: All work eruar.inti"-Limestone Sandwiches - 25c courthouse. It was .unanimously We Refund

I weekly diftrilmtins nationally \v. M. rienirer plu-ne :t-u: We Sene voted bv the boar to send a resolution ,

vertised Itradfiird Wat t'.untv.Vr1L.kin.- Products,. ..r .. t: I'ainesvill 1;........ l1aino.jlie nr wint' >m ftp>1'\1 l E!\:-!jI ICE CKKAM AM) MILK to the Fresh Water and ,:; C.\KD OF THANKS H. C. WALLAGENCY We Satisfy

The J R \Valk\n.- ('..IIII>3ny. I Game Commissron I
I SANDWICHES asking that ] The recent bereavement '
Weei IVachtree $t.. .V .:.. \ REXT Five of11 Mads, which
room utftirnjh.dh''ise 'that bodv I
Oorgia. Jtchir. S I four miles north of Starke.IJO i COLD DRINKS, GROCERIES enforce the ban.A has visited our home has brought:
per month. Mrs. II U Ir! ...." :' petition .was presented a month I 317 4.CaUSt..
COVNTItflRKD: II IMS I I, PRODUCE and FRUIT .ti> us a greater appreciation of our
Itp ago that -I j Phont
FOR S''..tliT' asking all commercial i 146 .
..... I FRESH EGGS friends. Such kindnesses I I A
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fishing is banned
) S \! -fl i> Sit-m.-n i <:'1101" ] in the County 200 E. Call Street
j Starke
ron S.\I.E-\\'rll.g...! 1M.- .K<-nn' 1 ooiK-h nt ,1,1 ii "*.>',.n Ihr, .1 1- i Open S am, Close 11 :30 pm the board gave any opponents to.: neighborly thoughtfulness can Starke I1a.I .

U "I''''': 11..1 I h, ", <*" "K.r! ,; Open Sunday Till the ruling be .
Midnight an never
"h..n- forgotten.Joe
a.r' I' .,'... \it N... IJ I ." \\ .X.I \\ .,v|1., opportunity to speak]
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r 1e-ainst it hut none appeared :Moms Family 1 1r -
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