Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03285
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03285
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, BBS Football Season Begins Monday f P .LOCAL HOUSE 'ON THE Bus Bids Provoke State' Lends County Funds- -

I As Players Begin Practice Sessions MOVE'j I Super Sales Talk ,

( To Finance Road

Coach Jimmy Hobbs will get a I'I'I i hurt in the line since they have : For School BoardWhen ProgramSheriff

first look at his 1854 football squad only five returning lettermen.

Monday at 9 a.m. when they hold They are Clifford Martin, Harold -

their first practice session of the I.Beasley. Kenneth Elder, Gary i ,. 'r bids for two school buses' "

r.ew school year. Coach Hobbs Garner and Townsend Strickland. L t't'i opened at this weeks meeting | $600,000 Loan

will hold two practices daily to The backfield prospects are better i of the Bradford County School'' And Police Uncover GamblingIn

get his team in shape for the with six returning lettermen : Board the lowest bids were found,
They Pat Bowers. Stanley 7.r H td be 20 cents apart per bus For Road
Hacclenny game to be played here are Building
Sept. 17.Coach. Clark DeWayne Elder, Sidney I, and that's where the fun began. Surprise Raid Of Local Pool Room : ,

Hobbs will have two new I Jackson Billy Moore and James Hl I II The Superior Coach Corp. rep-

assistants on the field Monday. Skoofalos. I 1 1i resentative set out to prove that Rights-Of-Way
They are Leonard Register. who Coach Hobbs is in Gainesvillethis 1I I his school bus body was at least Late Saturday night Sheriff P. Gene Patray Joseph White. Ernest

formerly coached at Alachua and week attending a coaching i 1 20 cents "Superior" to the body !!D. Reddish and a four-man raid- Allen Leroy Raulerson Joe Mc-

Joe Hull. who formerly coached j I school. His two assistants will I[offered by the Blue Bird Body ing party broke up a poker gamein Gee, Robert Wyant, Clayton The Florida Road Board loaned

at Eau Gallic. arrive late this week, so the '1 1 i Factory. The Blue Bird representative a back room of W. A. Bessent's'! Strickland Jr.. Herbert Anderson, Bradford, County $600,000 this
The team will continue to prac I coaching staff will be starting I I :I I was equally determined to pool room on Call St. The sheriff';' Paul Downing John Bates Tom !week t to enable the county to

tice twice daily until Aug. 30 from scratch Monday. keep "his foot in the door" after i!arrested 15 men who were present': Albrighton. Glen Norman, and Andrew for its present and anticipatedroad pay
not I {!offering the best bid. i iI in the gambling room. | Magyar! I
when school begins. They are Coach Hobbs has no estimate on I II I projects. The county was
The W. J. Epperson house is shown above as it is being moved Sheriff
permitted to wear football gear: how boys will for 1 I The Blue Bird bid for a bus on Reddish was assisted by Since the raiding party did not '1 loaned $500,000 for its extensive
until Sept. 1, so this month's work j many report I from its former location on S. Walnut St to its new location on Alton i i a Ford chassis was 2750.75 to I[Deputy Sheriff Jim Sasser and City.,,have transportation for all of the)i secondary road program, and it

outs will feature no body contact. workouts Monday. He said a few ltd. The" house mover had to brave trees, railroad tracks, bridges, I $%.750.95 for Superior. The* Rivers I Pdlicemen M. M. Morgan, Shep'I men captured, they were marchedto was advanced an additional

Coach Hobbs must plug the boys will continue with summer power lines, and soft sand\ in a hectic struggle with the large old I Body Works of Jacksonville was Tomlinson, and Eustis McKnight. the County Jail. I$$100,000 for the purchase of

holes caused by the loss of 17 of work until school starts, and he homestead. I a poor third in the bidding with The Sheriff confiscated $60 from A state law specifies that perSons -j right-of-way on Highway 100,

last year's lettermen. Fifteen let fears that these boys will not bin $2,829.45. | the gamblers. He said that the: under 21 are not permitted i Highway 200. and on secondary

ter men graduated, one droppedout I shape for Starke's first games. I .The School Board meeting took.' men were placed under heavy| in pool rooms. i rtads.i .

of school and one is too old I He urges all boys who hope to Epperson House One Of Largest on the atmosphere of a McCarthy(bond in an effort to break up I Prior to the raid policeman i The $500.000 loaned
for high school athletics. make the team to report to the gambling on main street in Starke. Morgan was making an arrestI was on a
hearing each '
as of the two sales- proposed $1,000,000
Tornadoes especially Bradford High stadium Monday. Bessent was charged with when Bagwell to inter- bonding program -
The are keeping attempted I
men tried to out talk his
: Ever Moved In Starke LimitsOne adversory for secondary roads that
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a gambling house and Kenneth :'fere. Bagwell was under the im- i
The salesmen were finally asked to |county is
Bagwell was charged with :, pression that the arrested' inaugurating through
1 Four Candidates \ of the largest houses ever I Ito 1 lines The cost of these crews II leave the room. and in the resultIng I' running a gambling room. Both' had been taken from the pool ;I I the Florida State Impro'ementI

A Snake Story be moved in Starke was moved j' will be charged to Hartley.The I calm the School Board decided I men were released from jail after room. He reportedly warned the]:Commission. The revenue from
I from S Walnut St to' follow its policy of accepting the sale Of the bonds will
to its present mover of the house had several -I the posting $1.500 bonds. policeman to stay out of the pool I : repay
Qualify For Three site on Alton Rd. near the Hercules I other hurdles to cross. Trees low bid. whether it be 20 cents, I The following men. several of room. ,the State Road Board and the
I! Powder Co. Friday. The W. J'I stopped the house's movement on or them minors, were charged with I Morgan then conferred \\;thShel'lff j bonds will be redeemed through

Epperson house may be one of the several occasions, and they had to The School Board benefited by gambling and were released from' Reddish, and the raid was;the county's 80 per cent surplus

.( City Council Posts first and last two-story houses I be cut down or trimmed. The .the heated competition. They purchase iail after posting $100 bonds::: organized. i[gas tax'

mo 'ed in Starke. I I house had to cross the Peggy the two buses at a '$112.37 '!i iI The $100,000 for right of ways

The house was moved from a I tracks twice. requiring several I pet bus: saving over the bus theIboueht \" Keystone Fire House Going Up will also be paid through thecounty's
..,; Lucian 0 Hazen. James A. 'l lot purchased by Setzer's for their I supports in the paUl of the truck's i j from the Rivers BodyWorks 80 per cent gas tax which
J I Lewis, and EweM Lawson. the 'new $42,500 Supermarket. It is I I wheels. i this April. contributes about $50.000, a year
three owned The truck also had to 'I Andrews Motor fStarke !io the county's road
incumbents of the Starke'. 1 presently by Lavon Andrews -: pass over Company <> projects.

City! Council qualified as candidates and it was moved for him i, a bridge that was too narrow for I made the lowest bid on ., Based on present revenue from

oJ'I i for re-election this week. by Herman Hartley of Lake City.i I its rear wheels. The bridge was chassis delivered to any of t nt. the SO. percent gas tax the coun'v -

Jerry Gay, manager of the! Some of the complications arising -:I !"otrengthenedth pilings and the three body firms. would payoff the right-of-way

Harold C. Wall Insurance from the move has led to a supports were extended so that The School Board approved dpnoirtment loan ,in two years and would pay

> also threw his hat into AgencY'1 request to the City Council that I one set of the rear wheels passed for 14 new teachers oft! the blind issue in 20 additional

troi. I!The city election will be held no more permits be issued for moving -I over a home-made support of pil- New teachers for Bradford High veai

.' t I i k ept 14.Tomorrow. two-story houses in Starke. |j I I.ings.The ::4'ool, were Mrs. Betty J. Blais.Sell. .- County Attorney Hollis V.
1 II (Saturday) will be The city had a three-man crew heavy weight of the house' Mrs. Mona Canova, Miss Ed- Knight aId that most of the

'the last day for registration for accompany the house all Friday, I also made it rather difficut to ith J. Kiefer. Lawrence Blanken- $100000 nght-of-way'money has

the I city election. Registration move over some sandy stretchesof I shin. and Joseph C. Wood. already been pledged to meet such
down and electric
I books will be open from 9 a.m. replacing the Edwards Lood Rd. Starke expenses as real estate appraisals,

{I until 5 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. I l lines in its path. Another crew Hartley will also move the F.I, were Elementary Mrs. Bettv teachers May, Mrs.approved bi'54.5* moving costs. court_costsf and the '

(I Until 12 noon tomorrow. I Il from the Clay Electric Coop. was I B. Johns house from the newly 'L"y > Nullins. J.lics Delorea Me- ''expenses of condemning 'J 'epertY.The .

i Hazen. a Stat, Road..DepartmentferniTloyee I on hand tn handle the Coo .'a I&cttlL1teJ aetzer's property.Four I Knight and Mrs. Bettv Sargent 80 per cent sifrphis gas tax: "

is seeking his fourth 1 ( New Lawtev Junior' Hierh teachers / ''U' provided under Section 16. Article -
I I term in office Lewis advertising Commissioners Buy Men Guilty were John W. Burr Miss Mary / IX. of the Florida constitution -
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manager for the Bradford County Junius Smith Home Faulkner. James C. Smith and' J The constitution states that

I Telegraph is also seeking a fourth (\\ln Knifing Scrap Mrs. Oudia Kines. I 80 per cent of the surplus gas tax

term. Lawson, owner of Lawson In a special meeting Monday, j jthe I | will go to the state for work in
I Cold Storage and Meat Market. of Commissioner I Ozora Johnson colored. was the county and 20
Board County per cent of the
When 10-year-old Robert Hall I is seeking his second term. s voted unanimously to purchase I i!!I Four men were 'charged with i I approved for the Lawtey Negro I II .J,__.; i ,:. -.-. 'surplus tax will go to the county

brought in a black snake several I The entrance of Gay into the the home of Mr. and Mrs. Junius :i|I engaging in an affray after a I Elementary School. i .: ( |for its road and bridge work.

months ago to be photographed.. race means there will be com-I Smith on Route 100. along with 1 i hearing before County Judge Ther-' Harmon P. Morgan superintendent I The county will collect an estimated -

the Telegraph offered to take his 'petition for the three Council posts I II ithe land necessary for the right- | rn A. Yawn last week. The men' of public instruction said that j i a I i $68,300 in surplus gas tax

pictured again when he killed I that are subject to election this of-way for $11,312. The land was j ;' the Bradford County Schools were !I 'this year. Eighty per cent of that
his first rattle snake. Robert: appraised for 2000. As part of (I were found to be the participants; I'still short two teachers for the I i I tax ( $54.640)), or the state's share

has been studying wildlife for! year. the agreement, the seller is to be j in a free-for-all at the Pelicart Club new school year that will begin Polaroid 1-Miiiutf Photo by the TVlegraph- I will be used to repay the loan and
I for candidates to
about two years and he is especially j The is day 24. allowed to remove kitchen equip- .]11 ecently in which one of them. Ben I Aug. 30. Keystone Heights firemen ban been working nightly on their new !1 redeem' the bonds. The county's

interested in snakes. !I qualify Aug. ment and cabinets. '|' Kite, received a deep knife wound I I The School Board also! accepted fire house which they are constructing with volunteer labor. Caught share ($13,660) will)) be unaffectedby

Robert has yet to kill that rat I County attorney Hollis V. the resignation of S. F. Beard as in action are ((1 to John Chief '. I the loan or the bond issue.
Board i in the stomach. I r rear) 1'lowright. ( J. Bastedo, and: ;
Catcher informed the that
Tags Knight
Dog Brooker bus driver. Lee Johnson'lof The loan and bond
tier. but he though that we might I the appraised cost of moving the;' Judge Yawn said that it wasI Bill Beam; front row, Everett Fox, Leon Kidatight, Amos ('roMley, !affect issue does not
be interested in his 48 In Starke | Brooker was named to replace either the county's primary
"greatest tnumph" Dogs
'building and the land involved, was I almost impossible to prove which i I him. Roy Tjre (block mason), and Bill :Morgan j,or secondary road funds.
to date, a two-foot cotton- These
$10,800. as moving
mouth snake. The snake was kill Starke's Dog Catcher Oscar any one of the men had do.ne the act- Benjamin J. Williams, negro are state and federal funds, and
virtual of
means a job rebuilding
ed in the lot behind the house of' Waters submitted a bill to the it. He suggested that the coun- i i ual stabbing and he said all four I social studies teacher at R. J. E. County Schools Start Pre-Planning are derived through another

Robert's parents Mr. and Mrs. E.: i 1 City Council this week for 48 dogs I I ty would be ahead if it bought !! men appeared to be equally at I High School. was granted a leave I source. The bond issue will also

A Hall of 802 Lafayette St. I caught since he took over the job the home. and then sold it on the : fault. i i of absence. Sessions Monday For All Teachers I require taxes. no additional property

Robert said that he and a colored early in July. Waters gets $3 a condition that it be moved. I I, C
I Three of them, Kite, Jay Moody i I
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hired hand. Simon were burn- ] catch. The house will be offered for The Bradford schools', I other action this week the
County Dr.
Ing off brush when Robert saw! Mayor J. R. Wainwright said sale on public bids. :&nd Albert Newman, pled guiltyto ; MotorCourts Plan i will their ]i: Maurice Ahrens from theUniversity State> Road Board found Faulk and
begin pre-planning sessions of Florida will be guest J
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the snake. He thought it was a i that Starke appears to be rid ofj I I the charge and were sentenced for teachers The jColeman of Tallahassee to be the
king snake and went after it. j stray dogs, and most dog owners to $35 fine 10 in jail. I Monday. speaker Monday morning. Ahrens I,1 low l bidder for the New Hope Rd.
!!J. M. Edwards I a or days first three days of the i is
I programwill a specialist in elementary education The
Simon warned him: 'That's i j are keeping their dogs at home. j I I II -I I project calls for surfacing
no king snake that's a cotton- Waters warns dog owners that i|On Road Board j The fourth Felton Moody, was out ':To Erect 2 SignsThe be conducted on a county-wide I and his talk is addressed: ,:about 2 1-2 miles of SR S-237 in
I of town the day of the hearing basis, and then the teachers will Teaching For What?" Bradford
mouth. And Simon then broke a i'the' city ordinance specifies that. I I!( County from the Santa
;and forfeited a $35 bond. meet at their particular schoolsfor ,Fe
j 'Acting-Governor River
rake over the snake's head. :jail dogs must be muzzled and on Charley i Harmon P. Morgan, county': north, east and north to
Johns named J. M. Kd1 Original reports of the fight further conferences. The 'SR 18
i recently near Brooker
Robert is still out for that rat a leash when they are not on the,.1! Bradford County Motor I superintendent of public instruction
wards of Starke to the State Road made it appear that 15 or 20 wer# morning sessions will begin at 9:30 -I'
Court Association tka week made ,
tler but -1 will
he's not : slid speak
planning on taking : owner's property. He that he I following Dr.
I engaged in the fight, but
j Department. actively a.m. and the afternoon sessions
initial for the constructionof
it alive."I plans Ahrens. ,
i must pick up dogs whether they I I Yawn said at the I I Loans Over
don't Edwards job will consist of ex ,Judge testimony at least two signs advertising will begin at 1 p.m.
mess around with live i are licensed or not if they do not boiled it down to only four Monday afternoon Dr. A. Y.I I
pediting the current road building; hearing accommodations on U. S. 301 in The county-wide sessions will
snakes, he said. And that's good I ,meet these specifications. program. active participants. I be with devotional I iCovington and his staff from the '$20,000 A Year
advice for all I this area to be placed on high- opened a by ,
young boys.As II Bradford '
I way approaches to Starke. 1 1I |the Rev. Lewis D. Haines pastor County Health Depart-

I Carl Johns president; of the as- i,j lof the First Baptist Church o( ment will address the group on1 i\'To Farm Families
I communicable
,sociation, said that committee !I i Starke. diseases and other

I Our Tree Lined Streets :'twill meet today (Friday a ) in Waldo i I j I I.health topics. I i Farm families in Bradford

to room work for the out signs.an assessment He said res-per !i'i'Judge Cracks will Tuesday be conducted morning bv the the meeting Bradford ,,County borrowed $20.395 from the

taurants and possibly the County County Educational Associa- 'Farmers Home Administration this
As We Down On Trucks. tion under the direction .oast year. Clifford L. Currie,
Lose More And More Trees Commissioners and the Starke of W. KI a ency county
.. City Council would be asked for '.Haller of Lawtey. I supervisor said this
financial support for the project. Bradford County is renewing its i,, Tuesday afternoon I week.

The Need For New Planting Grows Johns said a 15x50 ft. sign efforts to halt excessive noise from i''a buffet luncheon and will"get feature ac-i'I ;|I Additional funds have been made

would cost about $50 a month for trucks passing through the eoun-'I ouainted" session at the Camp'!! available, he reported to lend

its construction, maintenance, and ,ty. County Judge Theron A. Ya\\-n.,.Blanding Officer's Club. jthroush the next year to farmers
The eighth: I.. series I j
a of artitles In \\h'h the Telegraph Mill explore re-painting twice a year by the' i reported nine cases of trucks : New I I to operate. buy, enlarge, or Improve -
I teachers and teacher's
some of the good and bad point about Starke as revealed in our General Outdoor Advertising Corp. i charged with use of improper mufflers new farms.

recent comznunlt3 questionnaire. In bringing these matters to light The Motor Court group hopes to' | during the month of July. to Bradford County will meet together I A laree "roportion of the
it is hoped that the information printed might lead to elimination orrorl'f''t1on rert signs on all highways leading Judge Yawn said that both the \' session. Former an teachers-t loaned i in this unit during the money
of the had, and further improvement into Starke from the east. west' i county officers and the Florida j I'
of the 112 months has
good. i jwill have grade group meetings oni, been to veterans
north and south. I
Highway Patrol are i
TIlE QUESTION WAS ASKElt: "I)(* SHAll E THEKS: USEE.RL1' j cooperatingI I the.. state's Minimum Foundation !and other voting farm families who
ALL TW The group also sent a letter to, in the drive. He says he wants' | !i!
OF THE STREETS: IN YOUR CITV?" TilE \N- P tI {Program and public relations. i|are estahlisbin better fain set-
[,Bradford County to have a repu- '
ne Vest Coast Council of Road I
SVERSVERK:: 52 YKS: ; 19 NO. rlv 'tns. Their greatest needs
I I Discussion leaders will were
.jg ano Bridges Committee, a newlyformed :tation of being tough on noisy be:: for adenuate
the citizens of Starke pointed 1'trucks. grades 1-3. P. T. Nolin; grades 4-1 I credit nd some heln
organization designed to ;
oui shade trees do line i progress. I n developing sound systems
most of 6. W. T. Coram of
!; : grades 7-9. Hugh
figni the proposed bob-tail turn- i Reckless driving cases topped I(
the streets of Starke. but as the Such a conflict between nrrHn? *nrt adoptin efficient
ronges- i JR. Ingram and
10-12 C
pike The Motor Court group re the judge's docket in July with ; grades .
dissenung votes may indicate their ,:tion-free highways and tree lined I peatea their stand against all turn.1,10 cases. There five additional S. Partin. I irm manawr> nt nnwticps. No
were '
numbei is getting smaller and : I /wns vr m"rte to farmers
lanes is occuring in Stark today pikes for Florida but they said I; Wednesday' afternoon will)) feature who
smaUer cases involving speeding four| jw >re able to obtain
every day. along State Highway 100. Both that If the state must have a turn )' a group meeting evaluation! financing from
drunk while
: driving six other local .
With more and more cars and sides have equally good cases fm pike it should. go down the middle: : for no driver's license, and four: [followed bv a meeting of the'' lender*

rucks traveling along the Florida their stand, but unfortunately oni\ o' Jhf state. 1 involving other traffic violations. county principals. The teachers I I. A total of $39 375 was loaned in I

nighways the need for additional one side can win. i Judge Yawn found four persons: will begin meeting their local I j the 6-countv unit for equipment I!

roaa room is sounding the death I Much of the beauty and charm Setzers of schools on Thursday. :livestock fertilizer, feed
Ready I uilty being drunk while driv- and seed. I
knell for many stately old trees of SR was saved when th- School will begin on Aug. 301' !
thai 100 Picturvd abo\ei :\ladi.onn., (Highway 100) with massite trees i'.ng.! In one rase he imposed a Farm Ownership and Housing I
have provided cool shade for II this year, and Labor Day (Sept
County Commissioners agreed to I Market I $150 fine 60 davs in and !
To Build or jail
travelers and L afternoon of these trees be '16) I IIJ (loans amounted to $JO. 50, includ-
since the horse replant from 75 to 100 palm trees shading: it from the sun. Many may soon ) will be a school holiday. i
I revoked the driver's license. An
buggy days. I and to the moving of other types tl.'trued. but it h up to us to I'f'nt'thi'i scene for future gem-rations. .other case brought a fine of $200 IJ! PTA leaders and parents are invited '-i,I ing direct loans from appropriated 1

Tree lined lanes have developed I i of trees that do not exceed a six- I, i j Setzer Super Stores took out i a ,or 60 days in jail. Two persons I to attend the pre-planning:II I funds and loans from money advanced -
rapidly into crowded thorough It j 142.500 building permit for a new'supermarket |sessions for the teachers. !
| inch diameter. is just not possible I by banks
'It took farsighted planning by of past generations. It is to' erected forfeited their $150 bonds by failing or other private
up to be on
fares. and j
traffic un :
congestion trees due
i to replant larger theit
known to previous generationshas tj i their expansive root systems. men many years ago to create the j.us to determine how attractive'! recently acquired lots on S. i to appear. Union Services [ lenders and insured by the FHA.

required that several highways'!I The Commissioners also called :street as it is today. Many of, Starke's streets will appear in the j St. Construction will begin shortly I Other Violations in July were: i JN'one was made in Bradford Coun- ;

be widened in the interest of I these men probably never livedto I',future. ; after the F. B. Johns' house i is' profane language. 2; drunk 2;; j The Union Evening Services of tj. .

safety I upon all civic and service organizations see their dream fulfilled. We are fortunate in that we livein moved from the lot (passing worthless check 2; fraud' the Christian, Methodist, and Presbyterian I. I The County Office of the FHA ,

But giant shade trees don't I in the county to assist in a What we need today is men and: a country where trees grow at t | Setzer's has not yet revealed[ of room and board, 1; permitting. Churches will be held at serves six counties, namely: Brad.
; with the vision of those : an exceedingly rapid rate. But fate their store on i a child to remain from school 1;; I!
grow over night and it is easy to county-wide beautification pro- women the of present the Methodist Church Sunday at t j I ford, Duval, Union. Clay St. Johns ,:
sympathize with a home owner,I gram for all roads and streets. J i early pioneers of Starke. The, we can't have more tree lined I ;(Call St.. but it appears likely thatit ; disturbing peace. 1: assault and I 8 p.m. with the sermon by Rev. J. ,and Nassau, and Is located in the

who is told that his cherished old I The massive oaks that now line number of our trees will continue streets if someone does not take will close when the new store( .' attery, 3: and threatening with'a E. Sherwood of the ChristianChurch Ritch Bid.., 200 E. Call St. Starke.

shade tree must "give way toI Walnut St. were once tiny acorns. to decline if we rely on the work ,the trouble to plant them. as completed. dangerous weapon. 1. : I



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YV VT VT VT TV 777' '' 'TTTTTTTTT Trustree of the Methodist Episcopal Bradford County. Florida. Lots 25, 39, 40 47 of Woodlawn in file the original of answerer
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Church, North of Burrin Station and Lots 1, 3, J, 4, 13, 14, 15, Ii, 17, :Section 18, Township 5 South Range pleading in the office of the undersigned .
BRADFORD their successors in office as such; Is. 29, 30, 31, 32.: 3:. 34. 35.; 36. 45. :Si: East; containing 10 acres, moreor Clerk of Circuit Court on .
HEILBRONN N P Cauthen, Frances Drumm and 16, 47, 4$. 49, SO, 63. 64. in Wood- less. Sept 6. 1954 otherwise the allegations ,
CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Harold IJrumm, her husband whose i lawn in Section 13, Township 5
OLDEST: FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED last known address was Newark, Igouth. Range 22 East and contain- Ton and each of you are hereby of said complaint will betaken _
Ohio; Thomas Dixon, O M Evans. ing : acres more or less, excepting I notified that a Bill ot Complainthas as confessed by you.
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under By Mrs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAA Lucy A. Emerson J. B Earle Jr., therefrom road right-of-way been filed in the Circuit Courtof IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that t
also: known as John 1:. Earle Jr, through said Lots 63 and 64 as described Bradford County. Florida, In this order of Publication and Notice
the Aet of March 3, 1879. J. ('. Edie, also known as John C. in Deed dated October 15. I Chancery by Canal Timber Corporation be forthwith published once each
Edie James II. Foss, individually, 1953: and recorded in Deed Book i4, as plaintiff and against you ,week for four sucessUe weeks In
MEMBER NATIONAL EUITORIAL ASSOCIATION I The men of the community are and as Trustee of Woodlawn Syndicate I Page 409, Public Records of Brad- and each of you as defendants; that I Bradford County Telegraph, a duly
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -- and his wife, Lillian IV.Foss. ford County, Florida. the nature of said suit is to quiet qualified newspaper published la
;I.setting aside Wednesday of each also known as Lillian Foss, Lot Numbered 36 Woodlawn Ii and confirm the title of plaintiff. i said County.WITNESS.
;week as a work day for the whose last known addresses were Section 19 and E<-_. of Lots 53 and I II Canal Timber Corporation to tile my ban<< and official (
I Does The New Law Coddle Juvenile Delinquents? i Cambridge Mass., David Floyd, I1. 60 Woodlawn Section, 15. all :above: described lands as a fee I seal at Starke. Bradford: County.
II church. If you are interested in whose last known address was in Township 5 South Range 22 East :.simple title; and you are required Florida this August 5. 1934
helping to get the Sunday School Winthrop, 1ass.V, T Graham. and containing 20-acres more or to appear and serve a copy of you* I F| (OFFICIAL SEAL
..T.lmas :Norris and ES.. Crawford. less, according to a map of Wood ,answer or pleading on PIa.lntiff'.1!; ) Charles A. Darby
An incident this week highlights the fact with make a full written report to the court, I room finished, any help you can Executors under the Will of Levi lawn as recorded in the- public 'attorney, A. J. Thomas. Jr. whose, Clerk County of Circuit Court of

that there seems to be some confusion as stating the facts by reason" of which the give will be appreciated.Rev. I.Norris sors.. ,J.deceased W. Gaskins, and, John their : x.\\records! excepting of Bradford therefrom County road Florida right-- \ address is Starke, Florida and to Florida 8:6 Bradtnr"I; I

to the responsibility of juveniles for their child was taken into custody. J. E. Lingerfelt filled his der Graham James L. Gate. Thom-I,of-way through said E>s of Lot 69 i' /dwnirsrrFrom 1 1r
as B. Hamby and Wife j las described in Deed dated May 19,
actions and also to the procedure law A delinquent child is defined as follows: regular appointment as pastor of
as Hamb. John L. Harvey and Wife ; recorded in Deed Book 60 .

enforcement officers must follow in handling "One who commits a violation of law, re- the church was added Sunday.to the One church.Mr. new member Emma individually G. Harvey and as Erastus Trustee G.L.Hill W. !Wage I County 21, Public Florida.Records of l ad- I, where I sit... fy Joe Marsh

youths who have committed an offense.A gardless of where the violation occurred ; or Hagg W. E. Knight Alexander Lot 42, Woodlawn Section 17:,
and Mrs. Julian Spruce and Kelley, Samuel C Lane also knownas Township 5 South. Range 22 East
youth, apprehended by the local policeon is incorrigible, or is a persistent truant from Sam'l C. Lane, J. B. McN'aught, I 10 acres more or less; Also, Lot 43,
the control of thechild's children of Gainesville were visit- :L'lanche McNaught.: whose last Woodlawn ,
is Section
who 18
the charge of stealing four hub froma school or beyond Township
caps Ing relatives here Sunday and also known address was Zanesville, :,5 South, Range :22 East, 10 acres, i
used-car parking lot was orderedto parent, or other legal custodian or Ohio, Thomas E. McNaught and Opal i more or less. j
car on a attended church services here. McNaught: his wife whose last I :
who associates with criminals, reputed criminals Lots 54, 59 in Woodlawn In Section "Nothing to Sr.rrre: At"Thisyear
appear at the Mayor's police court on \ The Morris Carters are home known address was :Norfolk Virginia I 17, Township 5 South. Range I _i
Donald L. McKa J. D. Mc-
Monday morning.He or vicious or immoral persons, or is .after enjoying a vacation in the Lemore. W M. Montgomery, Mrs 22 East containing 20-acres. moreor I.I I
growing in idleness or crime, or whose Emma Mitchell Lazarus Mohr, individuallY less. ,
up north including Canada.
ignored the order and failed to show They and Trustee, whose Lots 30, 31 Section 19 Township I
in court apparently using the excuse occupation behavior or associations are suchas said the scenery was wonderful. I. last known address as was Chatham 5 South, Range 22 East ;i our ton d.<..':.J to From where I sit, I can sympathize -
up the welfare of County. Georgia Albert E. Miller I I Woodlawn.The do something about its hay-fever with It's
the Hap.
that as a juvenile he was not under the to injure or endanger Mrs. Delores Carmichael was Wm. H Martin Jr, George W. East 520 feet of Northwest 'I no joke. I
child or the welfare of others, or who is visiting her daugh'ers in Jackson-. Major, Fred Milton, The unknown I Quarter of Northwest Quarter of sufferers. Hap Thomas is our But as Hap admitted later, he
of the city police.A Northeast Quarter Section 24,
jurisdiction ville this heirs, devisees, legatees grantees i health officer so he was made ragweed was dead wrong in scoffing at the
used for early k.
found in a place predominantly we Township 5 South Range 22 East
creditors and other claimants by,
warrant has been sworn out for his selling intoxicating drinks ." Archie Carmich1'! has fin- through, under or against Levi i N. containing 8-acres more or I."s.I I I '"inspector," idea of hay fever. Making light t
he will be tried in Norris, deceased, Samuel Parks. A. excepting therefrom road rightofway -,
arrest. If he is over 17, described "Can't see why anybody should of other people's ideas and opin-
ished Deed dated October
the in -
Juvenile Court is summrsession at the J, Powers, T. W. Pitts, also known
the regular criminal procedure; if under 17, The given jurisdictionover University of Fl't'-ida. He is as Thos W Pitts. M. V. Ita 1.). Eli- 15.:; 195:;:, and recorded in Deed I be bothered by a few weeds he ions is a familiar trouble witha
now Book 74 Page 409 Public Records of ,
he will be tried before the Juvenile Court. children as follows: "The juvenile court I helping out at the camp for crip- zabeth whose last Heed known James A.address Sherman was, Bradford County. Florida. I I I snorted. "I say it's all in their lot of folks. Whether it's hay

But no matter what his age, he will be shall have exclusive original jurisdiction of pled children on Crystal Lake. Keene New Hampshire, Frank A. Quarter Southwest of Northwest Quarter of Quarter Southwest, Sec- minds." But Hap went on out to fever, football or a choice of,say,

held responsible for his alleged illegal act. dependent and delinquent children domiciled, Mf. and Mrs Marklee Normanand Stallard as ,trustee.Max Stern Mary Silva individuallyand JosephB. tion 26, Township 3 South, Range I do his job. buttermilk or beer as a thirst-

living or found within the county or districtin Stukel L. A. Shattonch. Augusta 22 Hast Then yesterday, I met Hap- quencher, I'm just naturally "atlergic" -
And he most certainly should be for if baby, of Southeast Quarter of Southeast
Hampton spent Sun- Summerton. Isaac D. Smith G. E. .
which the is established. to anybody who "knows.i
; of I
Quarter Northeast
Quarter.Southeast kind of
; looking sheepish. His
Snyder M Squires. The unknown I tIes
property is stolen, it makes no differenceto day with his mother Mrs. Freida Quarter of Northeast aIl"!
aWhile heirs devisees legatees grantees red and he took -
the owner whether the culprit who tookit Norman. Mr. and itrs. Leroy Norman creditors and other claimants by Quarter of Northeast Quarter; were as out a
we have only sketched in parts of Jr. of Camp Ehiidmg through under or against Ola The- :North Half of Northeast Quarter of ;i big handkerchief, he sneezed
kills Wl'reI ,
was sixteen or sixty. If a youth a I de, deceased, The unknown heirs Southeast Quarter of Northeast .
that is dead as if an the law, we believe we have shown that juveniles I afternoon guests of Mrs. Norman. devisees legatees grantees cred- Quarter; Section 27. Township aSouth. "Know somebody who isn't aller- 9eI(4t4
just as
person Range 22 East. "
person most in Mr. and Mrs Ducky Linsin. of itors and other claimants bj, gic, who'd like a job? asks II**
certainly no manner o'f
are exempt South Half Northeast Quarterof
adult had committed the crime. I through, under or against J. E. Terry -
from the same laws which govern adults. I Starke, attended church services also known as Julia E. Terry and Southeast Quarter of Northeast .
And so perhaps it be well to review here T. J. Terry, her husband Ervin B. Quarter. Section :27, Township 5I
may Sunday a m.YOU'LL
mud Breweit Foundation
I9n4 States
South, Range 22 Copyright, ,
The only difference, as we see it, is in the Whitney, whose last known addresswas East containing
the machinery of the Juvenile Court t 5 acres, more or less. i
briefly Som..rvilli'lass.., John II. WILliams I
in which children taken into -
laws, as published in the Florida Statutes of custody.manner and the fact that a are special court I I i I brook purse-size LOVE fountain the new pens Ester-In liams, and wife L.Rose White.Lewis James WilJlan'ey L.- Southwest 27, of Northeast Quarter 5 Quartei of SoutheastQuarter Section !I' ,, : : --:-..- :; --'--_:= ..::'= = :-=: --=- -: : ----- _::- ---'

1953, Chapter 39. so that we may judge \\ ard., William R Whitehead also Township South. Range
whether bending over backward in exists in which they are tried. I I pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford -I known as W R Whitehead and W.3i. 22 less.East containing 10 acre, inoieor OPERATED BY ALTON DOBBS
we are County Telegraph. Overstreet, if alive and the un- I
attempt to deal fairly and humanelywith Undoubtedly, we are going to great lengths known spouse of each of them if Southwest Quarter of Northwest
our Quarter of Northeast
Quarter. Sec-
offenders. today to try to keep children from gettinginto I I In The Circuit Court Of The Klghth to alive the and unknown if any of them, be dead devisees tion 27, Township 5 South, lange ,,
young Judicial (irrult Of Florida !. And spouse 22
East 10
serious trouble. Some argue that we ,, For Bradford Coo.11: grantees, !legatees!" assignl'es."rf'Qlors less. containing acres more
What we are trying to do with our present ana other claimants,
are going too far, and that some young I I In ('ha neer-. by North one-Quarter of Northeast CoQk'sGrocery
through under
or against each and
Juvenile Court system is expressed in partas Canal Timber Corporation. ) of the ,Quarter of Northwest Qtiarui I
people are trying to "get away with murder"because Plaintiff, ) every named persons Section 35, Township 5 South
I I who are deceased
to the
follows: to protect society more know that vs. ) Florida ; Chicago ,Range 22 East (excepting tlieu-:
they Association,
they are juveniles ; Chicago Title
effectively by substituting for retributive Florida Land and Immigra- ), and Trust Company A. Earstein from the right-of-way of S.AL.l\ ,
and are given special treatment.The "I tion (Cumpan of Florida ) Sons, J. L. Faulk &. Company, Pal- and the road nghts-of-wa described ;
punishment methods of training and treat- I *t al., ) mer Brothers, Earstein a'nd Leah- in Deed dated April 15. 1925; i
directed toward the correction and question then becomes: Is it worth it I Defendants ) man Risser and Stearns. MosherBrothers recorded in Deed Book :39: Page
QUIET TITLE. ETC. 477, Public Records of Bradford)
rehabilitation of children who violate the all just to try to help the few who can be OIIDKK OF Itl.U'V'llOV' \>UOIIK Lippman, Brothers M Ferst, E.& J.Company Acosta., County, Florida; in Deed dated June i
saved? :> 1'0PPKUt whose last known 11, 1917, recorded in Deed Book ,
laws ." The Stair Of Florida, To: Savannah, (;I"orgia.'oodlawn addresses S was 4i, Page 68. said Public Record;
I >nIdicate and in Deed dated October 2:;, In: :.. ,
will We think it is well worth the effort, if we I Atlantic Lumber Company
We do not think that anyone questionthe The following named defendantswho Bradford County Lank, The recorded in Deed Book 41. Page lt>4, ':
will all try to understand fully the juvenile I Baptist said Public Records said I
) land
above. It has been Home. Florida Land
outlined and
motive Immigration Jax
as Iliway1Ve Deliver
are residents of the State of being West of S.A.L. Iltr.u'k : Open Thurs. Afternoons
law*, and put forth an effort to make them : Com;>an>' of Florida, Gross
proved many times that there is no such \Florida: Manufacturing<< ("ompanJackson- and containing about 8aciemure ,,

thing as a "bad" boy. although there may work. This does not mean, however, that I Emma Pearce Hill, a widow, in- ville Provision" Company }lcX..rGrot'l"r ) or less.West. Half of Southwest Quarter. 1,

well be conditions which invariably get a we should be guilty of'coddling" the juvenile dividually and as sole heir at law Company) and Company J_ L., Harvey llaley-llamhy Realty Section 22 East 16, Township 8044 7 South. Range : 6 Bottle Carton
that should of Louis H. Hill deceased, whose Company and their unknown containing acrelure
delinquent nor we permit successors ,
less and
or lying and
boy in trouble. being in the
him or her to get away with flouting the law, residence and address is Lawtey, other claimants trustees stockholders, and County ITadford, State of Florida i,
through or under -
A juvenile is defined in the statute as .. EXCEPT title to an undo td'd
Florida; tht'lIand; to all other
as in the case of the one who ignored an persons three-fourths of all phosphate. minerals Coca Cola
"any person under the age of 17 years or any order to appear at court.It R. P. Jones,, whose residenceand claiming in any or to right the title following, lien or described interest -- and metals and title t" ,inundivided 19c!

person who is charged with a violation of address is Fernandina Beach, property situate in Brad- that one-half, of all IIt'roit'ulI1
may in on, or umiei the
goes without saying, however, that a Florida; ford County Florida to-wit: above
law occuring prior to the time that person Lot 64 in Woodlawn in Section described land, with the pro
reached the age of 17 years." thorough understanding of the law on the R. R. Thede, whose residence 10 Township 5 South, Range :22 ilege reserved to mine and develop the ,-,1": i. !
in the Board of Ediiiati<.1
and address is 2584 Park Street, hast as same is platted in Public
So now let us assume that a policeman part of officers and public alike is necessary 'Jacksonville, Florida; da.Records of Bradford County, Flori- of successors the State of Florida and then I Lb

catches a youth in the act of committing a before it can be administered with any de- IL Lots 35. 36. 37 and SS, In Section Quarter Northwest and Quarter Northeast of 1./11..1'1'/:\' ..rtln),. ',4-t.t! PURE LARD 22C

crime, and see what the law says in regardto gree of success. Anyone who thinks that Oe,>rge J. Arnold, Leroy. Daniel 11, Township 5 South, Range 22 East Northwest: Quarter and \oith\\:, I, *t
Arnoll. Daniel T. At wood John S. according to plat Woodlawn., Pub- Quarter of Northwest guait.r/ 1-1:
procedure. the new law allows juveniles literally to "get fennett, also known as J. 8-'B"' n- lic Records of Bradford County of State Road No. 200, and hit I
and Carrie B. Bennett, his ,
nett easement and rit'htofa
of Southeast
Here it is in part: "When a child is with murder" is badly mistaken. The wife; Thomas J, Buinn, also knownas ) as defcri'Mf' in Deed dated Northwest portion Quarter ling Quaint/ w.--4 of of i Tall Cans
alleged to have committed a violation of law away Thomas J. Burren; and his wife Febiuarj f, 1927. and recorded inDeed Seaboard Airline 'P.ailwaS,',,- : MIL K 3 39C
Juvenile,Court has the same power to punishfor Jenette I':. Burrin. also known asJennett Book 42 Page 20 of the public tion 12, Township i S: uth. I'UIK'
any law enforcement officer whose dutyit E Burrin J. W. Paker, FJccoris: of Bradford County 22 Hast. excepting tlieiefrmn the
contempt as does the Circuit Court and whose last known address was Florida. road rights-of-way described InDe..d
would be to do so if the child were an Fraze>"hburg, Ohio. George Baxter. Lots 55; and 56. lying Hast of dated April 26. 1SJ4! le. ...rdedin
of Edgar C. Long and Walton Ferguson State" Road No. :200 in Section 1:, Deed Book 45.; 2", Publu
adult take the child into custody; with- may so punish any person guilty inter- Page
may Jr, Co-partners doing business Township 6 South, Range 22 East, Records of Bradford ('.,untFI...- Pkg
out order of the judge." fering with the administration; of the law. under the firm name and style of containing 19 acres more or less. rida and in Deed dated Mav -:0, ]1"24 : TABLE NAPKINS 1 DCI
(;. S, Baxter and Company, Clarence Lots 53. 54, 59, 60 and N'.. of Lots recorded in Deed Bonk P9.: Page
The law then directs: "The person taking <' Juvenile Court Judge T. A. Yawn, and D Blakeblee. H. 1.. Bennett Jr, EU 57 and 58 in Woodlawn, and con- ;;65. said Public Rt cord--.
nara Dennett. J. N. Bostick and his taining 50 acres more or less That portion of Northeast
the child into custody shall whenever prac- Juvenile Counselor Florence Jennings plus wife- Mar>' 1. BOl>tick, also knownas said property lying in Section 12, Northeast Quarter of Southwest Qu.utrof
M. I. Bostick, whose last known Township 5 South, Range 22 East- I Quarter. Section 21, COM.
ticable, release the child to a parent or legal all interested service groups and private address was Berrien County, Georgia Bradford County. Florida, excepting South. Range 22 East Township; also d-5 I Lb. Bag

custodian of the child upon agreement to citizens especially parents can do a Edward 'rawshaw, also knownas therefrom the right-of-way of I scribed as Lot :25 of Woodlawn as

produce the child in juvenile court at such good job of working together on the problem.It Laura Edmond F. Crawshaw l'rawoohaalld, whose wife last the right-of-way Seaboard Air through Line H said)"., and Ntt road of j public I same is records platted of Bradfoui in the current
time as the court may direct, and shall forthGRAHAM is up to all of us to try. known address was, St. Louis, Mo, (Lot 57 as described in Deed dated "(Florida, said Section. Township and Coffee 79cTIDE
Joseph A. J. 26,
Campbell April 1924. and recorded in Deed Ranee: which lies South of Slate .
Scott Strong and James Williams, Book 4::;. Page :29. Public Records of Road: No. :!!%ii.
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon 3 Lbs,

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Those who spent the weekend P0N"Ac

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,vyyyyyyyyyyYyyy1-yyyyyyy rifle! Seemed to be too much for publish this Order in next four Law N'o. I lof said Section 14 at a point 32 feet Borrow Pit Haul Road andBorrow Williams. isting road right of way.
weekly issues. PRADFORD COUNTY. ) Northerly from the Southeast cornerof Pit Drain I Is Owned By: Ray Atwell and Ruse
wasp stings. Witness my hand and official FLORIDA a political ) said Section 14. The land herein Left of Matioa 37S.50 SRI) :\o. 99 Lateral Ditch Left of Atwell his wife.
Friday morning my face was seal at Starke, Florida this August subdivision of the State ) described containing 0.356;; acres That part of: Station 392--iM.
LONG BRANCH real fat 3. 19S4. of Florida. ) more or less exclusive existing Lots 28 and 29 of Woodlawn (A) That part of: situ ,0. 103 Lateral UltrattLMatioB Left
swollen until I was OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs road Book
( Petitioner. ) right of way. Subdivision. Plat 1. page Lot 31 of Woodlawn subdivisionin 414--Of (Part)
Couldn't wear my glasses very Clerk of said Court. ) Notice Of Is Owned By: Ray Atwell and Rose 1. public records of Bradford Plat Book 1, page 1. public That part of:
by Mrs. :J. L. Strickland By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk vs. ) Atwell, his wife County. in Section H, TownshipS
finisha records of Bradford County,
didn't to
well therefore get
Zach H. Douglas. :5U5. Lynch Building ) Rule Mai ;i South, Range 22 East, described JS'EVi of SW14 of SEVi of Section
in Section 14,
and Jimmy Lang scarf I had promised to have Jacksonville, Florida. ROSE ATWELL et al., ) SRD :No. US Right of Way as follows: Florida, 5 South. Range 22 East Township 14, Township 5 South, Range
Attys. for fit. i/6 4t 8/27 Defendants ) That part of: Commencing on the West line of I 22 East,
finished by Sunday. I lying each side of and within 15 lying each side of ana within :JO
f ,UAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALA I Notice Of Eminent Domain Proceed- SW'4 of Lot 14 of WoodlawnSubdivision Section 14. Township 5 South Range feet of ditch centerline describedas
a I of
feet a lateral ditch centerline
Saturday my face was REALLY NOTICE APPEAR 'a/itAI/ in Section 18. Town 22 East at a point 25 feet Northerly I the
t Nellie Wilkinson and Gertie I FAT! and I couldn't wear the la Circuit Court, Bradford County: IN THE NAME AND BY AUTHORITY ship ;5; South, ,ange 22 East, from the Southwest corner of said West follows line :of Commencing Section 14. Township on said ditch follows centerline being described the-
as ; : Commencing on
Florida: IB Chancery.Irving according recorded in Section 14. thence North 89 degrees
Faircloth called on us one day last 5 South. Range 22 East, at a point East line of Section 14. Township 5
all Plaintiff Mamie
glasses at so no reading or Simon. vs. Plat Book 1. page 1. public 43 min 15 sec. East 125 the Southwest
25; feet Northerly from -
week, Gertie was hunting pearsto crocheting! Lay with alcohol padson Simon Defendant. To All Whom It May Concern, to records of Bradford County, feet run thence North 0 degrees 16 corner of said Section 14. runthence South feet Northerly Range 22 from East,the at a Southeast point 3Z
Case No. all Florida min. 45;; sec. West 400 feet to the
persons and parties hating or 89 43 min. 15
can. This was the first time North degrees of
face almost all Saturday. \ To AppearTo corner said Section 14, run
my claiming any right title interest, lying :North of and within ;50 feet Point of Beginning of Borrow Pit see. East 1571 feet to the POINT OF thence North 89 degrees 58 mm. 53
we had seen Nellie since before Then Sunday I was too weak : Mamie Simon whose residenceand estate. mortgage or other lien to or of the survey line of State Road No. 8, run thence North 89 degrees BEGINNING of ditch centerline, run I
:sec.! West a;;0.23 feet run thence
her throat operation we are proudto and tried to faint every time I sat address is: 570 Fort Washington on those certain parcels of S-125 Section 2854, said survey line: 43 min. 15 sec. East 400 feet, run thence North 0 degree 16 min. 45 North 89 degrees 41 min. 15 sec.West .
Avenue, New York. X. Y. land hereinafter described and the thence North 0 degree 16 mm. 45
being described as follows: Beginning sec.Veat 46 feet run thence North
her 1070.17 feet to the POINT: OF
see among us again. up for a few minutes so failed to You are hereby notified that a following persons together with all on the Wet line of Section 18. sec. West 400 feet run thence 27 degrees 23 min. 15 sec. East 254 BEGINNING: of ditch centerline. run

We had been wondering and go to church. has suit been for filed divorce against you in the unknown persons claiming by. Township 5 South, Range 22 East South West 409 89 degrees feet. 43 thence min. 15 South sec. feet to the end of ditch centerline. thence North 12 degrees 06 mm. 43;;
through or under known person who at 636.7 feet Southerly from run 0.173 more or less.
a point Containing acre ,
do yet why folks do not want But I didn't hunt those wasps, above named Court and cause and are dead, or who are not known to the Northwest corner of said section 0 degrees 16 n..n. 45 sec. East 400 exclusive of road right of way. sec.North West 5 degrees 1.5 feet 13 min.run 15 thence

pears this year, always before we they hunted me! found me too! you are required to serve a copy of be dead or alive: 18. run thence South 00 degrees 36 feet to the Point of Beginning. Also. ALSO. EaH..908.0;; fm to the end of ditch sec.
pleading to the complaint A of land for borrow
your answer or parcel pit
are about sold out by this time The other hunt happened Thursday on the Plaintiff's Attorney Names and Residences Section min. 45; &ec. East 184.09 feet to haul road lying each side of centerline. Containing *,3t 5 acre:!',
to Left of !Station!
2854-(150)-151 State Road S-125. the beginning of a curve concave (B) Lateral Ditch more or less.
of year, and it seems no one wants !, night. Just after we got I T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla., Bradford County. the Northeast having a radius of and within 10 feet of a haul 401-1-C.-.43.
'and file the original In the office road center line described as Is Owned By: Rose Atwell. James
any this year. We have quite a'I settled down good in bed the dogs 572.96 feet run thence Southeasterly That part of:
Williams and
of the Cle.-k of the Circuit Court on flay Atwell along said curve through a total follows: Lot 32 of Woodlawn Subdivision Josephine Myers as
few yet,.and no. calls for them. started barking. I knew Spot had or before the 6 day of September, 912 Northwest 6th Street central angle of 88 degrees 35 min.a Beginning on the South side of Plat Book 1. page 1. public heirs of Rosetta Williams. deceased -
I 1S54; otherwise the allegations of distance of the end Pit No. 8, as described aboveat of Bradford County, and by the unknown. heirs
Also Fort Lauderdale. Florida 885.83 feet to Borr9w records
we i are wondering where something a coon or possum on
'I said Complaint will be taken as of Rosetta Willia-mt deceased.
of said curve, run thence South 68 a'point 150 feet South 89 degrees Florida in Section 14 Township
all of those folks) are who wantedold the go. I listened a few minutes, contested by you. Rose Atwell, degrees 11 min. 45 sec. East 43 min 15 sec. West from the South- 5 South Range 22 East.
hens to cook. While we didn't and they stayed at the same place This notice shall be published once 912 Northwest 6th Street' 4724.78 feet to the East line of said east corner of said Borrow Pit No. lying each side of and within 15 TAKE NOTICE That a Declaration
of Taking has been filed in
each week for four consecutive Fort Lauderdale Florida Section 18, at a point 1325.6 feet 8. run thence South 0 degrees 16 feet of a ditch centerline describedas
wish to sell oars, when they were with their barking, so I knew they weeks in the Bradford County TElegraph Southerly from the Northeast cornerof min 45 fee. East 350 feet to the end follows: Commencing on the West the above styled cause, by the pe-

laying well and our pullets weren't had treed, I jumped up, grabbedone !John D. Rogers said Section 18. The land herein of Haul Road. ALSO : line of Section 14. Township 5 South. titioner. the acquiring authority uf
Jim's belts fastened it Dated this 4 day of August, 14. 512 North LaSalle Street, described contains 0.361 acre more A parcel of land for borrow pit I. Range 22 East, at a point 25 feet these proceedings of the taking of
laying, folks would come wanting of I the above described lands for the
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby each side of and
Chicago Illinois or less, exclusive, of existing road drain lying Northerly from the Southwest corner -
hens. Now that we want to sell around me to hang my battery on, Clerk of the Circuit Court right of way. within 10 feet of a ditch centerline of said Section 14. run thence purpose, set forth in the petitionin
I Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I!Carlton Grandon Williams described as follows: North 89 degrees 43 mm. 15 sec. this, cause.ix: right of way.
them and make ,
room for the young fastened my light on, grabbed my Is Owned By: Carlton Grandon Wil- drainage ditches borrow pits. borrow -
8/6 4t 8/27 the West side of Bor-
I II I % 1n.. Carr beginning on East 2440.43 feet' to the POINT OF
ones we have coming on, also get old shot gun and took off. Thought 110 Park Place liams. row Pit No. 8 as described above at BEGINNING OF DITCH CENTERLINE pit drains and haul roads fora

rid of these old fat hens who are II I they were in the lot below the I NOTICE TO APPEAR Brooklyn, New York Mill '0. 73 Rl&at of Way a point 50 feet South 0 degree 16 Left run thence North 22 degrees portion of State Road No. S-12 and: ;.
I IB Circuit Court. Bradford County min. 45; sec. East from the Northwest 16 min. 45 sec. West 73.34 in Bradford County. Florida
loafer well, it seems these house, but they were in the woods Florida la Chancery. That part of: of said Borrow Pit No. 23 that one of the Judges of the Circuit
Pauline Torode, a widow, Subdivisionin corner feet run thence North degrees
Lot 24 of Woodlawn
folks aren't chicken hungry any 1 behind the lot. I waded out Pauline Kathleen Lovelace Plaintiff, Starke. Florida Section IS. Township 5 8, run thence South 89 degrees 32 07 mm. 45 sec. West 152.00 feet Court in the Eighth Judicial
James Monroe Defendant Circuit of Florida will on the } day
vs. Lovelace min. 15 West 107 feet to the 02 min.
sec. thence North 44 degrees
more. through weeds, briars, brush, and South. Range 22 East accordingto _
Case No. 10-603 I of August A.D 1954;; at 2:3: PM.
James Williams whose residence is Plat recorded in Plat Book end of said ditch centerline. 45; se('. West !.4.66>> feet to the end
Our fryers will soon be ready to anything else that got in my way. \oiu-e To Appear.To unknown 1. 1, public records of Containing in aggregate for BorrowPit of ditch centerline. Cuntainng 0.303 o'clock in the afternoon thereof in

tell, and we wonder if we will have I Thought they had fooled me, but : James Monroe Lovelace l.Tadford: page County, Florida. No. 8, Haul Road and BorrowPit acre, more or less. exclusive of existing Cin'uit'ourt ford County Court Chambers House at in Stai Brad-ke.
whose residence and address Is I drain 3.882 a : Josephine Myers, whose residence is : each side of and within 50 right way.
said there lying !
to all was sure Florida. consider said Declarationof
keep of them until they somethingin
they are
Pauline Torode.
Is Owned
Care of Xelson and Elizabeth Lovelace unknownThe feet of the line of State By: Is Owned By: Pauline Torode. '
: survey
so old and until that tree. I finally got to.. Route 9-W, Stoney Point I Taking appoint appraisers
tough anyonecan't Road S-125: Section 2354: said survey II I make such orders; as the Court deemsproper. I
New York unknown devisees silo :No. 94 Lateral Ditch Left of Mil) No. 102 Lateral Ditrh left
eat them? Well. we'll see. where I could see and sure line being described as follows: All parties! to the suit and
Station !S7--:!2.1 Part)
and other claimants under ( of Motion 4U--OS Part)
You are nereby notified that a Beginning on the West line of Section I
all parties Interested
We understand there was a enough, there was Mr. Possum.He Rosetta Williams That of may appear
euit for deteased, the 18, Township 5 South, Range That part of: part : and be heard at the time and place -
weiner roast at the Ebenezer 'I soon came down with half of Divorce ouhtody. control and names and respective residence of 22 East at a point 636.7 feet South- SWVi of Lot 14 of Woodlawn SEU of SW'4 of SE'. of Section designated.You. ,
each of whom are unknown. erly from the Northwest corner of Subdivision, Plat Book 1, page 14, Township 5;i South, Range 22
church his head of minor child
Saturday night. gone and each of hereby
said :Section 18, run thence South 1, public records of Bradford East, you
In the
has been filed
Jimmie Then to back to the against you Section 2854; each side of and within 30 commanded to appear by filing an
Lang left us Sunday to get house! above named Court and cause and -(150)-151-State; Roads 00 degree 36 min. 45 sec. East County Florida lying
go to Tampa to spend some time Jim had followed me part of the you are required to serve a copy uf ;-Bradford County 184.09 feet to the beginning of a. lying each side of and within 15 feet of a lateral ditch centerline, answer to the petition heretoforefiled
this the entitled
described cause in
SRI No. 33 Right of Way to the Northeast haying feet of a lateral ditch centerline said ditch centerline being in
curve concave
with relatives there. I way, but I had run off and left 'complaint your answer the or Plaintiff's pleading to the That part of: a radius of 572.96 feet run described as follows, : Commencingon as follows: Commencing on the court on or before the 30 day of

Mrs. Lottie Starling spent partof him. He hadn't brought his light Attorney on Samuel -V. Cetzen :SE'i of SWI of SE>,4 of Section thence Southeasterly along saidcure the East line of Section 18. Township East line of Section 14. TownshipS August. 1S54 to show what right.
5 South. Range 22 East, at a South Range 22 East at a point title interest, or liens you or any
the day last Thursday with the so he kept talking to me and tell- .and P.file O. Box the original 81, Gainesville In the, Florida pltict 22 14. East.Township a South, Range 88 degrees through 35 a total mm. a central distance angleof of point 3963,8 feet Northerly from 32 feet Northerly from the South- of you, have in and to any of the

Jim Godwins. ing me which was the best wayto of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on lying each side of and within 50 885.83 feet to the end of said curve, the Southeast corner of said Sec east corner of said Section 14. run above described lands and show
Jimmie Wilkinson who is stationed come out. I made it, didn't or before the feet of the survey line of State Road run thence South 89 degrees 11 min. tion 18, run thence North 89 degrees thence North 89 degrees 58 min. 53 cause why the same should not be
taken for the and
West 550.23 feet, thence uses set
23 day of August 1954; :S-125, Section 2854. said survey line 45; 5e('. East 4724.78 feet to the 11 min. 45 see. West 1896.0 feet to sec. run
in Georgia, spent the week get too many scratches, but my otherwise the allegations tr said 'being described as follows: Pegin- East line of said Section 18. at a the POINT: OF BEGINNING of ditch North 89 degrees 43 min. 15 sec. forth in the petition filed herein

end with his parents. Marion Wilkinson poor rayon nightie paid a dear I I Complaint will be taken as confessed I ning on the West line of Section 14. point 1325; feet Southerly from the centerline. run thence North 0 degrees West 1070.17 feet to the POINT OF WITNESS: my hand and this seal
of said Court this 21 of
BEGINNING of ditch centerline.run on day July
18. 48 min. 16 sec. East 68 feet.
Township ;5; South Range 22 East Northeast corner of said
and also the price for this hunt! Just word by you. A.D. 195.
family spent a thence North 12 degrees 06
North 19 39 min.
thence degrees
This notice shall be publishedonce at a point 2i.O feet Northerly from The land herein described run
weekend with his parents Mr. and of advice, if any of you ladies .1 each week for four consecu- ,the Southwest corner of said Section 0.503 acres, more or less exclusive 15 sec. East 632 feet to the end of mm. 45; sec. West 91.95; feet run CHARLES A. DARBY,
: min. 15I.sec. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford -
North 5 13
Mrs. Jack Wilkinson. Marion start out hunting at night, dress tive weeks in the Bradford County ii. run thence North 89 degrees of existing road right of way. ditch centerline. Containing 0.218 I thence degrees
more or less, exclusive of East 908.05; feet to the end of County Florida.
Teleeranh. 43 min. la; East 4753.77 feet Is Owned By: John Rogeis. acres
sec run
I hadn't Jimmie for for the hunt, not for I jdit 'h tenterlme' ('ontaining OS12'acres Holli.s V Knight, County Attorney,
seen some time sleeping Dated; this 15; day of July. 1954. thence :North fcS degiee1- mm. :;3St'I' road right of way. <
we understand, so.he came back Well this is enough for this (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby east 550.2:! feet to the East line SKI :No. SS Borrow Pit No. S Is Owned B> Carlton Giandon mole 01 le-s. ex. 111 1\ e of ex- .Clarke Florida 7 2i 4t 8/13
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Clerk of the Circuit Oourt.: __ ___n __ __ -- ---- -- -- ---
home again to beth all of the time, maybe I can tell of a bear By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.

family.An hunt or of catching the panther I I 'i/23t 8/13

editorial in the Telegraph is next week! I
so true to life as I live it I 1* Circuit Court Bradford County I
have tried for a long time to teach CARD OF THANKS KUridat In (-h.Dt'l'r,.

this typewriter to quit making We wish to express our thanksfor \Roberta'!>, Buford Sehaefer G. Mau Matrhett'hett Defendant.Case Plaintiff. DAS

mistakes, also tried to teach the sympathy and kindness I No. 10-604 WOWIWHAT I
Vutlre To Appear.To .
another one I did own, fatted with shown us during our bereave- : Buford n. Matehett, whose

both of them have tried for more I ment.-Family of Mrs. M. V. resident and address is: U.S.S.

than eight years now to teach .Johns. lUndolph"V, Fleet I'Postmaster\' A 15; V New II York.Div.,

this old piano to not sound the I New York '

wrong note when I am trying to I AII\KHTISKMK>TOn You are hereby notified that a
or about Monday, August 9.Ui4. suit for
play it, and it just ignores my efforts ; drawings and specification-! Divorcehas

to teach anything! Seems for the construction of Pradford been filed against you in the .
these machines will County Hospital at Starke, Florida, above named Court and cause and -
never .learn .
will he available for distribution to you are required to serve a copy ot .
anything! Then we get blamed general contractors by Join and your answer or pleading to the complaint :
S for the mistakes! Moore Architects! ;SIS N. E. 4thAvenue. on the Plajntiffa Attorney
Caine.sxille Florida. Gerald R. Hart. 202 Smith
We were rather amused at Mrs. Applications from contractors Luilding, Jacksonville, Florida ::

Johnson's (of Orange Park) comments terested in bidding on this in-I I and file the original In the office of
not to exceed 2 sets of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on <
about our hunting and also and specifications together with I lOr befbre the 23 day of August.

appreciate her comment concerning 'I pa>'ment of $;50.00 per set should be I 1954; otherwise the allegations of
filed promptly with the architect, said Complaint will be taken as confessed
our being president of
our and the bidding material will be by you.
local P. T. A. Hope we can do as forwarded, shipping (barges collect This notice shall be published I

well as-all think we can, and lead as soon as available. Any bidder once each week far four consecutive I
upon returning tuh set promptly weeks in the Bradford County Tele
to a better P. T. A. program than and in good condition will be refunded graph. i

we have ever had. Not that we his down payment and any Dated this 17 day of July. 1954.
" feel nonbitlder upon so returning such (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby t
superior to anyone, but any setA'ill be refunded {25.00. Bids Clerk of the Circuit Court ,

rgaiuBatioi' has rOOm- for' improvement oif iht!( work wilt be opened" by ey Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
in their work. Bradford County Hospital Corporation 7/23 4-t 8/13 (
on the date named in the specification .
We had two hunts last week which will be about 30:; NOTJTR: TO CREDITORS,

and they didn't turn out so well! days after the bidding material is I i Florida !'MatutewI I
I available for distribution. I 1 h.- Court Of The County Judge
First, we found some wasp nests 'BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL I! Bradford Count). Florida. II

, in our can room -- we didn't hunt \ CORPORATION. I In Probate.
for them I IN: UK- Rotate of :Nellie B. Durdett.i I II
just found them. Got Ir" Louise II. Kite, !Secretary. i Deceased.

smart and tore the nests down, 1 !>,6 4t 8.27:! To VII Creditor* and Person Hating
I I. Claim UC'mand.uiD..t Said I
and believe it or not, we thoughtwe or
; In Circuit Court Bradford County. Estate: : I
were town down before they Florida In Chancery.JOseph | You and each of you are hereby I
H. Haireti Plaintiff, .'.
notified and required to present any
got through with us! I
jJanina Barrett, Deft.ndanl.l'a'e :claims and demands which you or
Got stung three times on the No. 10-623 either of you, may have against the

forehead, over the left eye. one I Order ot Publication and Notice To estate of Nellie B. Burdett, deceased -
Appears State uf Florida To late of said County, to the County -
sting in the edge of the hair, two Janma Barrett, whine residence Judge of Bradford County, Florida -

stings on the ring finger on the and address! is: i'nknovvn. at his office in the court house

left hand. When the things got '.I :-:epI.You s are l'!<54 required, ''II tin to,iliove appear nanitd on i"t 'aid i' uitlmiK eight calendar months from we can more It
me on the head I was wondering im .md 1 i all" u ii .'i pl.untitteeks tin. unituf t he first publication of you
> divorce.
> if Jim had shot me with his 32 Bradford County T.!Ieerraph shall In-, notue. Each claim or demand t
i.tli he in writing and shall state;
h, pi." .. uf residence and post of.ulilies -
,. of the claimant and because we're Fords !
-lia"! I lie Mj,'orn tt by the: claimant so many new I
ti un It.! (.1 attorney and any such
.lam: Ir demand not so fired shall ,

G. J. McGRIFF Ok.'d.' I
\".t. K ,John!'. ,
A administrator of the Estate

,it :Nellie R. Burdett, deceased. Today the sale of Ford Cars is the biggest in 30 years! customers, too, when we make a little on a lot of sales
FIt.t( publication July 30. 1954.
__- 1 7/30 4t 8/20 And when we sell a big volume of cars, it costs us less to rather than holding out for maximum profit on fewer sales. j

NOTICE TO APPEAR I handle each unit. As a result, we can pass this saving on That's why we're offering top-dollar deals these days. i
Bradford County
., IB Circuit Court.
Florida: la Chaarerr.AH to you in the form of a more generous allowance for your Come in and see and Test Drive the new Fords. Then let !
'I \ rdano, Plaintiff vs. An-

i 'i.i.idano.: 1 Defendant.Case Ko. 10-5S5 present car when you trade it in on a new Ford. We know us make you an offer on your old car. We believe you'll j

I'A' Notice rVntinette To Appear Giordano. whose from experience that it's better for us, and better for our be pleasantly surprised at the fine deal you can make! j

(I. < .1 nd address is: 40-02 Ver-

Y. s l I. I U \ nd, Long Island. New 1

V 'U air hereby notified hat a .
sun for i
1 iI
I 1' \ "r>'e
nas been filed against you In themi I!
i ve named Court and cause andI.

w1TrPrflIFiw>7 __ __ __ .u r required to serve a copy of
'tOffEl LI'IITED > ur t'w..r or pleading to the

lanA 110 fOI 1UDUt'tout OLD Allow.AHCI '..mpla- "Title'nt, Man!on (Building'. the";intE'rs., Plaintiff Jackson-Jr.. 508 Deal yourself in on a A 1FOD J8 I

IIIRIGIIATOI MIHGIOIIOOW uio t r ie she original In the office of
n. Irrk of the Circuit Court on
1M c ,. ir Iwt..re the
*LLs. \ ..f \lIgu t. 1954 I
LAST ',ni"! .-e the allegations of said

SM mila; ,t will betaken as confesad Because you get more in this Ford today. ____ .. !
f>\ v> u I
i'n>s notice shall be published I
YOUR IL&ND m ei n week for four consecutive it's bound fo bring you more tomorrow! It
wii'Kn the Bradford County Telegraph t

a i '! i I. 27 day of July, 1954.; II
wm zf104G&U I'lerk of the Circuit Court
MUflL .*' M i an I. Crosby Deputy Clerk. I
7/30 4t S/20
\ : 4"'" -
"'=-- I
: I In frruit Court, Bradford County, c
V .
I :
x I
I Florida In f ,
: Chanrrrr.M A. ii ;
OM.TG.LHAS ( Repella Plaintiff vs. : : -
0 itprlla Defendant. .- 'S.-- .; --..- __.__,__. ._.___.__..__.,_..___..__--.- ---, -.----- --.4. -. :. -_- -- -... :
\ M TUS.OUT SHaVUI Case X 10-602 -. : i
,, .
tm AU IM rooo AT TOMivurntMa \..(ire To Appear iI I

f1G1-1IK ON i\ .\ am Kepella. whose resi- A !
IVHT SHU a vaaaSywr I ti -idilress is: PFC William

Acam& "-. 1.:0::. 1010 3861 (Company
N M i :' Battalion \-P.O. 1$( '.-
\\\ -. ....1'1..1. New York. New York ,
"u .ie: hereby notified that a
r\ .

"'"" i''.\.rie and restoration of

: Gtrnrol pfoltction EUctric: plan REVOLVING SHELFREFRIGERATORFREEZER .11\1 1..1' r..i'.i.t--1. .Idmt den filed d name Court against and you cause in and the 'ge1. .

DptfldabilityI3prctntmof! l I.u ar.- required to serve' a copy of

.ih" .1f |your answer or pleading to the
complaint: on the Plaintiff'sAttorney I
space than in pttvlout William D. .
Cotnpnding mod.I 507 Clark Building Jackson )
ville. Florida
!and file' the -original in the officeof

I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I

We Service We Sell .or before the
Everything 23 day of August. 1954;
II otherwise the allegations of said I
Complaint will be taken as confessed -
''I by you. Andrews Motor Co0

This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecutive

weeks graph. in the Bradford County Tele ,

GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 15 day) Charles of July. 1954.Darby Phone 118 Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA

Clerk of the Circuit Court
Cor. Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229 By Marian I... Crosby Deputy Clerk. I .


IB The CIrcuit C..rt Of TheJaaMal Eighth
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fntflflsfl Sn 4J__f-J-t rrssssrs S rSS tftJ tSSSSSSSSS KeystoneVomen I. War II, the 1st Cavalry was rush- such nice letters frpm my granddaughter rorI

ed to Korea during the earls : who is nine and a half
Make Season's Plans SERVICE MEN !
months of the fighting and saw wars old and lives on a farm in :

At Board MeetingMrs. heavy action before returning ta> ; .16 Indiana. Her name is April Price.

Japan late in 1951 for se..unu She gives me much happiness.

Charles T. Smith vice- duty.

I president of the Keystone Heights Sergeant Priest, a rifleman. en- Helpful Hints: If you like angel -

Woman's Club, held an organizational -, WITH TilE ENGINEERSIN tered the Army in May 1953 and / food cake, do try the angel

meeting of the executive KOREA was last stationed at Fort Jackson 4JuM8tI1ves4( food cake mix on the market now.

Gladys Mooty board at her home on Friday, Aug. j S. C., where he completed his -----POHCANEBR.i One must have an angel food oake

Phone 35 6. Committees were appointed' basic training pan and an electric mixer is han-
Wherein the swiftly passing ,storing vaults. boxes. and other'equipment. :
_ __-I- and tentative plans for the season'sjrogram I .. .dy to beat the egg whites.
pj.nsSSSSSStS I summer brings joy to m> heart. : How swiftly time flies
and projects were made. Capt. Wayne B. Sargent, son by. aid
oft|The birds and I sing.' We had a telephone call from I lovech
Starke BPW Held I Mrs. Harold Epps Mrs. Smith announced that the Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Sargent of I passing day.
I California and our Junior and wife
j I wish each
Honored At Shower work on the Woman's Club new Keystone Heights, has received an [i Oh beautiful for spacious skies,' of you would read
TuesdayA have a new baby boy born
Meeting I. Aug. the 13th Chapter of Mark
I II roof had been completed, and the eppointment as commander of the For amber waves of grain I' I in the
Before Her 4, and named Don in. You can Bible. I believe it
called meeting of the Business MarriageMrs. work had been inspected and approved i N.C.O. Training Academy at Wild- know hjaw: excited and happy his!! will be means enever
Woman's Club by the building committee Ak flecken, Germany. This well-loved song keeps running lasting peace It
and Professional Joe Jordan, Miss Aliese .Grandad is. |gives me much
through mind. Our beau- concern. We shall
Mrs. :Marie Officers who attended my
of the meet-
held at the home Army Pfc. Hossa J. Givens,
was We have had hot
and Mrs. Randal an exceedingly
Lawson Chitty always be fighting Communists
21'1 tiful America with our fieldsof :in
included two directors of the -
Houpt Tuesday evening.It ing son of Mrs. Holmes, Raiford,
!and summer. Been 100
were hostesses at a delightful dry over hot .or cold war.
waving grain. South of They and the
that Sunday club, Mrs. Mrs. : me
was announced Emory Cooper and a participant in the recently com-
here in That
kitchen 'shower at the apartmentof July. was a good fellow travelers would
are the Kansas wheat fields. and overthiow
the date for the Dis- John C. Detweiler Mrs. William ,
Sept. 12, was ; pleted maneuvers held in southern ,
time to clean the and
is be held the latter on Washington street north are the wheat fields of Mon mortuary our form of government. Let us
3-4 meeting that to Shroeder, Mrs. James
trict secretary; Bavaria
by the 5th Infantry Div- monk's.
wash the cloth
in Starke. Delia Rosenberg, Dis- Thursday evening, Aug. 5, honor- 3rayson. treasurer; Mrs. B. R. I ision's 11th Regiment. tana. All about me are fields of heavy each lead our own life so that we
Miss Joan Silcox whose I drapes. It was 108 downtown but are good citizens vote and
trict Director will preside at the ing mar- Weld, chairman of the finance ,, corn 100 acres in one field. piav
meeting which will be held in the riage to Harold Epps was an eventof committee Mrs. Edward Taking place during some of.There is no sound like the soundof I in two days I got it all cleaned. much.
; Dwyer.chairman Pfi. Leonard M. Noegel. .foster I:the worst weather Germany has i washed and ironed 18 pairs of Here is
start a :
at the High School Saturday afternoon. waving corn in the wind. I prayer
library social activities and
of ; of Mr and Mrs J T.
5 fan
Quigleyof had in the I
ing at 10:30: a.m. A light lunch Appropriate games were played Mrs. S. E. McKay publicity chair-,, years, maneuvers tested love the great wide beautiful West drapes. My neighbors gave me a God keep us through the common -
Staike. is serving with the 3rd !
the at the State
combat-readiness picnic on
of the Wednesday
will be served at 12:30. Mrs. Mimi during the evening and prizes were i and have at times been lonely for days
Southwick of Lake Worth, State awarded to Miss Shirley Carpenter man. I ]Engineer Combat Battalion of the unit under realistic fighting conditions Indiana where I was born. and for 'Park along .the river, and I received The level stretches white with
24th Inf. Div., in Korea and recently over 60 cards and
the after- many dust.
President will speak at and Miss Sandra Chambers. Florida that I love. I know I am
noon session. At 2:30 p.m. a din- Miss Patty Lawson won the door Jr. Woman's Club :' assisted in the constructionof Givens a radio operator in the I Iregiment's I fully settlled in Nebraska with my gifts.I When thought is tired and hands
will be given for guests at the the first windmill ever to be Company H. enteredthe I have been driving the Cadillac upraise
ne; prize. Ends Summer Season I feet firmly. planted in the rich
Gold House. After the games, the bride-to- j I erected in Korea. Photographs, in Army during January, 1953. I black soil. I do not think I shall I sedan to church, although I drive Their burdens feebly, since they
Members of the Starke Club are thoroughly Members of the Junior Woman'sClub which Pfc. Noegel appeared were the Ford sedan about town, and must.
be was given the chore of ever leave. Our homes are air
asked to meet at the Catholic Cen- featured in the "Taro Leaf." 24th the pickup truck to get the mail. In of .
cleaning the apartment closed their summer social Pvt. Kenneth C. Johns son of ,conditioned now warm in winter days slowly fretting care.Then
ter the night of Aug. 23 to be- Inf. Div. newspaper to show how My !life is good. We have nice
during which time she uncovered season; Thursday morning, Aug. 5. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Johns Box and cojl in summer. most we need the strengthof
gin the making of aluminum trays the windmill was erected. I potatoes. beans, sweet corn, tomatoes -
numbers at strategic places repre- with a Coca-Cola party at the 362 Starke, is shown receivingthe I've had a busy spring and sum prayer.
which will be used as door prizes The project as undertaken at 'I I I and okra. So easy to cook The is almost \ ..
senting a corresponding gift. The home of Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. trophy for high marksman of I mer, and derived so much enjoy gone.
and speaker's gifts. hostesses also gave the honored Mrs. Thomas greeted the guestsat the suggestion of Mrs. SyngmanRhee i Co. "C", 1st :Military Police Train- !ment from my vegetable garden. ,[I now. I froze strawberries cherries tumn is always lovely here. Got)

guest a wall can-opener as a me- the door and those assisting in wife of the President of the ing Regiment, Camp Gordon. Ga.. i I have pulled my onions and have and raspberrIes. I j bless you every one.

I mento of the party. ,serving were Mrs. T. C. HazenJr. Republic of South Korea, who I from Col. Earl L. Edwards, Commanding I them spread in the new garage. I My dog Digger is fine. I get 1 LOVE, LURA
The lace covered dining room Mrs. D. L. Thomas Mrs. Maxie pointed out that Korea has wind I Officer. Pvt. Johns fired Yes, Don has ,built another two-

1fWlmf table was centered with a crystal Carter Jr., Mrs. Robert Barksdale conditions similar to the Nether- !the high score of 325 with the .45 I II car garage. We already had a __ Thafo Our Business

punch bowl and a lovely bouquetof and Mrs. Jerry Gay. lands where windmills are used !ca. pistol to set a new record for .I three-car garage. We have four I -0 t a

deep red roses centered the Refreshments were served from extensively. It is considered pos- I Company "C". : vehicles, so now have room for I 1 ii If It's Glass We Have It!

buffet. the dining room table which was sible that the introduction of I i, Ii1iI CALL WRITE or VISIT
were invitedto covered with beautiful ecru cutwork windmills will revolutionize water --
Twenty-five guests a I
this delightful affair. I cloth and ct'nteredith a pumping methods in Korea. i Joe Peters Glass Co.

By: Dan Weeks! lazy susan. Red roses in a milk \

For an Industry! barely out of .- '. --- -- ..--- -, '--, I glass compote graced the buffet. ,, I 41I1L, FOR ANY GLASS NEED

its swaddling, clothes television! The Coca-Colas were placed in a I We Design Modern Store Fronts

has spawned a few fantastic block of ice around which was arranged i iDldn't
A Pattern for
/ Just Mail Us
mysterie one of the more recent DAEK: coral vine and fern. After I
being the rase of the Table Tops
the sat
: serving: their plates, guests I
call letters.It FL'- know we had a couple Dave .
Phone 4353
STARKE on the lovely sunporch. 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. -
1 Gertrude Elderles in our midst. I Heard that Charles and Etholin .

seems that In September of heard that last Saturday JoAnn :Savage and family of Jax have I

1953, a Londoner picked up the Fri.. Sat. Aug. 13, 14 I Baptist Business I Smith and Sylvia Paulk swam ,moved back to Starke and are ,

calf letters KLEE-TV his DOUBLE FEATURE Circle Met Monday across Crosby Lake a distanceof living in the old two story white _
bet Several times since II
they -L;
a good mile and a half they \house across from the ball park
hate been reported by engineers ___ iv4v
at Atlantic Electronics, Ltd., Station WestWith I The Business Women's Circle *_ did it in less than 2 hours . Harold and Joan Epps have (

Lancaster, Kngland.: Inasmuch Dick Powell and Jane Greer held their regular monthly meet- ,ttr&4jA have you been out to the new'jSaratoga rented one of the J. B. Sapp apartments I

a. these call letters have not AND ing Monday night. August 9, with Heights subdivision and ( on Cherry streetIr.:: I

been transmitted since July, The ThingWith Mrs. M. W. Lawson presiding.The seen all those pretty new houses i and Mrs. Charles W. Hitchings of I I UQJW@; \:

1950, when a Houston, Texas, and I meeting was opened with a that are going up it's really a i 1 Charleston, S. C., are renting one I

station switched to KI'RC-TV, Kenneth Sheridan Tobey Margaret hymn; Mrs. Marian Howe gave sight be sure and put it on your I j'of Mrs. F. H. Long's apts on N.I 1 ttJLftWU17;

this! is a phenomenon hich has the devotional.Miss "must see" list and whileyou'r Walnut st. until Sept. 1st when i I
Plus Serial "Gunflghters'! Chap. 6, Pamela Faye Lawson i -
engineers in these "idelyseparated gave I (> out running around some they will move into the Kincaid '
and color Cartoon for kid... a talk on her trip to Ridgecrest
location scratching I evening take a run out to the I cottage on Kingsley Lake Mr. I I THE AMERICAN t
their heads in bewilderment.The ,during Y. W. C. week. t ,Leo Champions on the old Bowers I is the sales / '
Hitchings new manager -
Sun., Mon.. Tues. After the meeting was closed .1 i I SYSTEM CAN BE liii ,. j
: II ,
road. 2 1-2 miles East of Starke, for Hartmann Furniture I
signals could be rebounds Aug. 15, 16, 17 I with a prayer by Mrs L. D. Haines. : II I PRESEP.VEDONLYVIGILANCE
and see their turkey farm they
and the James Lands !
from a celestial object one and DOUBLE FEATURE the hostesses, Miss Frances Barry are renting I BY ETERNAL
a half light years distant if and Mrs. Leila Mundy assistedby : .- must have a 100 or so turkeyscut one of the Green houses of W. i I t :
this had occurred but Golden Mask served there. Call street orchids to Fay
once.However 'The Mrs. John Pierce, re- i A GREAT HERITAGE INVOLVES
Heard that C. G. Barksdale i
was Gill who celebrated her 71st birth
several occurencesstretches IN TECHNICOLORWith freshments.All Lt
probability to an unbelievable Van Heflin and Wanda I circles will meet at the I confined in Riverside hospital the day on Aug. 9. GREAT RESPONSIBILITY AND DEDICATION

degree. The possibility church Tuesday August 17 at past week for observation and Seems to be all for this I ON THE PART OF EVERY CITIZEN.
Hendrix Pvt. Maxie Reddish. son of :Mr. treatment :Margie Colley is L_______ a,,.,,.
that It is a well executed 'l\iD- noon for a luncheon and business see you in the next
hoax is worth some consideration meeting. and Mrs. W. M. Reddish of taking the trip of a lifetime, clear ,

but the most intriguing Woman They Lawtey, was recently inducted in out to Olympia, Wash., to visit AMERICA'S FREE, COMPETITIVE BANKS ARE A
of all is the. the army and assigned to the 101 son-in-law and daughter, James II I \0'1'1101-' KI.F.tTIONI.
theory possibilitythat
Almost LynchedWith Vickie Struth 7 J. R. Wainwright, Mayor of SPRUCE OF GREAT FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF OUR
'Airborne Div. Ft. Jackson S. C. !
it could be the handiworkof and Frances Stewart and sightseeing Starke. Florida, by ,virture of thr
Intelligence In outer space John Lund, Joan Leslie and Celebrates BirthdayVickie He will be glad to hear from his along the.Oregon and Calif. authority vested in me l by law, do FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.;
call election to be heldat
Brian DonlevyPlus hereby an
which, having received' the friends. His address is: Co. A, 502 coasts for a month heard via the City Hall in the aforesaid

signal, has re-transmitted it in Color Cartoon for Kids Struth celebrated her seventh ABN Inf. Regt.. 101 ABN Dim the grape-vine that Margie and town by the qualified voter" ...nTUf'sday. Our responsibility is to render good dependable banking
September 14, 1954. for
hope of communicating with birthday last Friday after- sion Ft. Jackson S. C.
Buddy Davis and son Greg, of the of electing the following
I purpose -
Wed.. Thur. Aug. 18. 19 service to both the citizens of this community and our
this planet. noon with a theatre party for 14 Starke and Tally have moved toj, officers-: I I

Leaving outer space and get- DOUBLE FEATURE of her little friends. I Army Pfc. Levy Norman, 23 I G'ville where they have bought a I THREE TWO YEARS.ALDERMAN FOR i government.
Following the show Vickie and
whose wife. Margaret and parents home and Buddy is at Inspectors of said election:
ting down to earth for a minute John Smith
Captain StoneF.
her guests went to the W. H. I Ray I 0r
we'd like to tell you some- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman, live U. of F. Struth home W.
Madison street I
thing that Isn't so far fetched And Pocahontas where and on Route 2, Starke, was a parti- We didn't get a wedding announcement I W. :.M EdwardsMrs. II I
ice cream cake weres'rvt'd. Pearl irurnham
and that Is WEEKS IN PATIIE COLOR cipant in the recently completed but got it from a reliable -i I.. M. Gaines I
The Struth home was decorated -
RADIO & TV SERVICE havea With Anthony Dexter and Jody maneuvers held in southern Bavaria source that George Powell I In testimony whereof. I hr<'untliMTibe ..
for the occasion with mixed my name and rHiive th-
TV REPAIR DEPARTMENTthat Lawrance summer flowers. 'I| by the 5th Infantry Division's 'of Starke and JoAnn Voorhees of seal of the town to be heieunto affixed -,, (1\FLORIDA BANK at STARKE

is simply "out of this AND Assisting Mrs Struth in serving '11th Regiment. I Roseburg Oie., centered aisled it 1954.OFFICIAL.. this 9th day of AuguM .\ l I. r ( \

world". (),ne visit! to our shopon her daughter's guests, were Mrs. Taking place during some of I Saturday morning July 31 at the ( SEAL) f

Court Street and you'll never The System I Pearl Whitnel, of Deland, and Mrs. the worst weather Germany has Baptist Church Starke they are ATTEST J. It. WAIXVt RI'.lIT. .M.ui'l fI I Member Florida National Group

again "moon" for PERFECT With Frank Lo\ejoy and Joan i''George Roberts Sr., of Lawtey. had in years, the maneuvers tested 'living at one of the Charlie Powells ('..\In.: JOHN'S oilY ('l.ik.S .

RECEPTION because I WVldon I I the combat-readiness of the, I houses on S. Water street me- I:; -it ;. ';

you'll have it! Or call us at I Color Cartoon for KidsHUNDREDS i unit ;thinks Claude and Adelaide Crow- ..
153. \VSCS Circles Met under realistic fighting con- ( ft I.I Koit nii> _
I Hid are invited for th pimli.iiiif ) U- *
_.. ditions. ,son better change their way of >
_. -- ::;; the J. M. Smith resident. I \\ lthr I.a .
) : :Monday- Evening- Norman a truck driver in the living for the 2nd or 3rd timethey've 'r II fixtures except"" li.ilh .mumplumbing : d i: := :-',:: -i. -': ''''' .: :: -m: :': .=.' -- :.
been robbed -- this time removedituatid .it the
Circle of the Methodist W. S. i jiegiment's Headquarters Company 1 ISouthwesV corner of the inteisritn.iiof .

i:,''C.Mrs.S.John met Torode Monday at Kingsley evening Lake with I and.'entered has the been Army in Europe in January since, 1953 last !I jof I suits it was their and a car wicker containing basket 3 from bathing out writing Starke.Madison Florida.and accompanied and each Water bid by to Street-a be certified in-. : Make Your House A Work% of Art

towels and last
just iheck for The
January. successful -
with 12 members I
present. week Claude ran his finger into bidder is to rt'm.at his
Mrs. R. S. Mullins presided over I own risk and expense, the dwelling
the electric saw in the shop and I With SHERIN-WILUAMS Paint
!the business meeting in the ab- I Army Pvt. Kenneth C. Johns, from its site and from the additional -
about cut the tip of his finger off right of way of State Road 100
I sence of the leader, Mrs. Henry I son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude J. on or before September 1. 1954. Bids
of details are managed and economically ''Godwin. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, he said the type lice had will be received until 10 o'clock A.M. .
Johns, Starke is serving at Fort jammed the machine .. August 21, 1954, at the officeof .
attended that trained andS !. up groan. :
only I
president of the society, gave the Leavenworth, Kan. the undersigned County Attorneyin _j
careful organization can attend when I devotion. The theme of the program See Steve Weldon is home again Starke. Florida, and will be -
Private Johns, a military policeman after being discharged from the opened at 12 o'clock noon on said
the urgent need for serving is at was "Talents" and Mrs. Mul- day. _
with Headquarters Companyof Army -- he plans to attend U. of I
llol.LIS ,
jlms gave an interesting talk on V. KNIGhT
hand. our hidden talents. the Station Complement, entered F. this fall ; Verna Demorest, County Attorney II
the last He is Cressler 8,13 :2t 8/20 I
Army February. Hazel
II Curing the social hour Mrs. To- and Vernon Reeves I II
DeWITT C. JONESPhone rode served refreshments. a 1952 graduate of Bradford Coun- received their Master's Degree at I: I

ty High School and a former student U. of F. graduation exercises
7 Starke Fla. "
cr---._ ssnnsspl"uneral I Mr. and Mrs. Epps at the University of Florida. Monday night J. E. Denmark I YOURPflOTECTION

I leaves Friday to go back to his :

Director Ambulance Service Have Rehearsal PartyMr. II I studies at Emory Dental School in : i,

I II Atlanta hear that Kenneth :1 I _
Our local funeral home enablea nj to offer convenience* aniervicea I, : .
and Mrs. Harold Epps were I Tyus is working for two weeks i i Ij -- J
not otherwiM available. j .
honored last Friday evening at a at Camp Crystal Lake as counselor i

-_-sI-S_- __SSSJSSSSS5SS555r55ssr5s5 sm hamburger fry given by Mrs. Epps \ guess the heat this summer | / / I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy B. has been too much for Hazel 1 }
We furnish the highest type cervice at lowest and
Silcox, at their home on Seventh I Matthews to drive her to such -
accept ANT life insurance polity: in force, lasted by ANT I 1
street. The party was given fol drastic measures as to have her is .
company, aa payment in part or in full on a funeral. -
lowing the wedding rehearsal of I pretty braids cut off last week --

Consultation carries no obllpUon.I I the honored couple, whose mar- ..': but the new short hair-do is most J'/\\\'J / \ .

S srS5SsssSSsSSssSrssrsSsssst5 S SS5t rrrtss.I nage took place Saturday afternoon ..... !becoming See Joan Furlonghas OURPROFESSION \
-- k'': at 4 oYlock at the Baptist t.' quit her job at Dahmers and I

pastorium.The I I will start secretarying for Mr :
fifteen guests included mem- Pvt. Raymond W. Walker, is I Noun at BHS beginning next Mon- ,

.bers of the wedding party, Mrs. R. now continuing his army career in day Louise Sterns, who is''

S I L. Thomas and daughter. Barbara. the famed "All American" 82d Air- sojourning in Euoopre for the sum- Paint ain't just paint anymore! Now thanks to

I Mr and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and borne Division at Fort Bragg N. mer attended the festival at Salzburg -'I j SHERWIN-WILLIAMS festival of gay new colors, you

daughter, Janet, Mrs. Gilbert New-' C. Austria, said it is beautiful ],, can work color magic with your house. Take a soft

comb. and Rev. and Mrs. L. D. As a member of the 82d he will'almost beyond description. While I dove grey team it up with daffodil yellow or

Haines and daughter. Mary Louise. I receive advanced training in military there she attended the
opera. shocking pink doors and blinds to blend beautifully with
I You should have Comprehensive
l tactics, and participate in the I Flo and Tom Slade and their two our lolly-pop lime. Dozens of color combinations that'll add

BPW Plans Regular training exercises and maneuvers youngest Flora and Susan were Personal lia- .

Sewing Machine Operators |held by the division throughout slated to r.eturn yesterday from a bility Policy. Only $10 per glamour to your house!

Meeting Monday i,the year. w.i'umptious vacation spent at
Stop in! See these and other carefree combinations
'I i:
Pvt. Walker is the year gives you $10,000 pro-
son of Mr. Yellowstone National Park .
The pictured in true color illustrations. Our paint specialistsknow
of the
regular meeting
& ,and Mrs. John P. Walker of Route'' Hear they flew out and rented a tection.
Experienced Unexperienced Starke B.P.W. club will be held paint from A to Z. They'll be glad to advise you.
2. Box 36. Starke. He entered the I car after arriving there so they
Monday evening. Aug. 16 at 8 in
M AGES 18 THRU 35 the Catholic Center. Hostesses will army in February of 1954 and received -.could travel around and see the I Constant Service Since 1891 ABC TERMS ARRANGED

be Ruth Broadway and Mildred I his basic training at Ft. I I.sights See Levy Canova (Jr.) : SENDFORJERRYH.

Doyle. j Jackson, S. C. .is home from summer school and Pay as little as Per mo
Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital :j Prior to entering the Armed the latest to join the ranks of the I $10:00:

Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others j Forces he attended Leesburg High crew-cuts Sooner ,or later the

APPLY AT OUR OFFICE 1et.hodistVSCS. I School Leesburg.. heat gets 'em all Surely miss I C. WALL For Paint And Supplies

Charles and Carol Fields around 1
10th & CHURCH STREETS and The Methodist! W.S.C.S. business Army Sgt. Granvil D. Priest, I Call Street Their new addressin AGENCYPhone
program meeting will be held I STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY
Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock I 22, whose wife, :Mary, and parents, I Jacksonville is 5704 Knollwood 146

BIG DAD Manufacturing Co. in the church sanctuaryUOT MR and Mrs. Clyde G. Priest live Drive Dave Simpson is telling
'I in Starke, recently arrived in I tall tales about that wedding he 200 E. Call Street t Phone 45 Washington St. at S.A.L. Depot

EVERYTHING? Give her I!Japan for duty with the 1st CayI I was in at Madison last weekend Starke Starke, Fla.

Starke, Fla aa EstiTbrook pastel purse pen. I I arly Division. treated the
They certainly
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and I :Mrs.: Effie Johns had as her >'ou are r"<|tnred to ".Ta copy of !,,OI.I.-. .i ,.j M. .
Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Furlong Looks For Beetles In ., .
Team >
County % .iir an'w..r or pleading t. the n.'iiI'la I n ': -n.ivm ,1\1
guests last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. ,.
Joan and :Marcia Kay .
\daughter, I 'ict in 'i L< flantiff: At..inrT \ : > t.! i. \ tt h 1."'T. i.
1\Hazen spent :Monday of last Edward Gross and Mr. and Mrs. Fit! : k l.a'iiini! !III! : Star-; Fo-! \I. "' \\I' .i ; I.tol', ., .
/ ,
i .rt.i.mil iT : 'i'' ',
John Dodd all Jacksonville. .
week in Ga. The Fur- .. . .
Waycross ti J,p ic: 'i.il 'i t>i,- f' tfft. : I' i ; : "u \ i
i the rest of the week I Miss Rita R. Miller, daughter of i '.t rk\ ',e i',' i ':.t..i i : '! li'FI.>I '.' 1 U. -JKAI.;> ,Charle .\ 'urV.:
\longs spent II Mr. and Mrs. W. R. :Miller: and 'I ." t. '., 'L i\ t s,.i'; '' 'i 1.1 I l.t, I .t rk .1( tlir i'r: ,... 'V>..1
1\vacationing in Tampa and Fernan- 1 I'.". ) ...::1!t.. u .v, i d.! _r '"- I ry M., .\1. I.. C, -10,1',1"-. i ':t "
I:\IissIiss Marian Henderson. . ,
1i dina Beach. .i i i.:.1''i i u < .ii\ :. .1' : "
of Mr. and Mrs. I... M.
, C-INTHE HEWS i is vacationing
i Miss Susan Wallace j I Ir Ir -
'' ; this week with relatives in Henderson were accepted in the .. -

,. rSSSWss. .- Sr sr rSrS sr- 'Jacksonville I and Atlanta, Ga. Women's Marine Corps on Aug./ 6

Green :Mrs.: L. F. her and are now at Parris Isalnd, S. C. Sermon Sunday Night
Mrs Eustis McKnight and I Mrs. Lex j Mrs. Miller is visiting

Dolores, and son David, Dinkins, :Mrs.: Russell Norman and 'brother-In-law and sister, Mr. and :Miss i Florence Jennings visited I

spent daughter.from July 31 to Aug 2 at Mrs. \V. B. Mundy Jr., returned I Mrs. M. McRae.:: ::1 r week.friends m Sewannee, Tenn. this j,! First Baptist Church Hampton'You

Chapel Hill, N. C. where Mrs. Mc- home Thursday after attendingthe I Rev. Harold E. Bullock pastorof ,

Knight attended the short coursein Baptist WMU convention in j II the Hi-Way Chapel in Starke, r ; j Mr. and Mrs. George Kaufmannand

tuberculosis at the Universityof Ridgecrest, N. C. the past week. j,.was a guest speaker at the Nor- r.,t l children are spending their vacation -

North Carolina. Mrs. L./ S. Hutto spent the past )I|!wood Assembly of God in Jacksonville i with relatives in Chicago, Can't Get Blood From

:Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr. and children week in Plant City visiting rela:I Sunday. "; 11 I IJ Ill.Kenneth -Clark of Jacksonville ,

are spending two weeks in tives.Mrs.. I Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish I II It'[ ( : .. ,. ..' ,:' I spent the weekend with his par- !! '
S. B. Smith of Arcadia is !
:Mr. and Mrs. Frazier :
Dodd'sparents and sons, :1 Turnip
:Miss. Mrs.
Jackson, visiting week with Mr. and I "" .. w I Ii' ents. :Mr.: and Mrs. I. E. Clark.
:Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Gil- spending I Shaw and son LaMar, and Mr. I : .. .f :. <. ",'''''t+, .

more. I Mrs. W. G. Haile Jr., at Kingsley and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins, of New '"r .. :' : :i' $" I S.OTICK OF ELECTION By Pastor Merle Packham
; '
Lake. "i & ,. I'.K IT KNOWN. THAT I. R. A. ;
Diane Firth was. the guest of' River, spent Sunday at Silver .,. t- .; !1 ).
Mrs. Elmore Stuart and 4 :,<. ; '; ." tJUAV.;
'_ t ,. I STATE OP FLORIDA I I Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Union 7:00
Margaret Douglas at Kingsley Springs.Mr. r4' t THE
: .. ,. .' p.m.
ters, Marilyn and Nancy of Bax- .' "\ jI R t. iI I HEHEBY GIVE NOTH'E I I
J ; IH
Lake last week.' :Mrs.: Felix of I Wed. night "Hour of
and Sapp. rv : Power" S
-< UEXEKAL; p.m.
ley, Ga.. are visiting Mrs. W. H. ;8l; t ... '; : THAT A i
Mrs. Paul G. Shupe returned to Heilbronn Springs and Mr. and ;j ..{,-. .,. t- .. t. $ ". \ HE HELD IX HIlADForU '
Hart and Kay for a few days. "- FLAItILA.II
-- < ri r\TY.: STATE OF ;
her home in Eau Gallic Tuesday -- .
Mrs. Pete and son, of Jack- I
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot is visitingher : Reyes >'N Tl ESOAY NEXT Sl'CCKEDIM. "Join the Crowds Attending the Services of This
after a week's visit with her par- sonville, 'are spending two wetks i l: ;. THE FIRST MONDAY IN : "
sister, :Mrs.: Frances Parker in I
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest.Mr. Md. ,"\ : WEH.D... 1954.: THE Spiritual Church !
St. Satur- :at .\1H TUESDAY BEING THE
Petersburg Tuesday >
and Mrs. W. B. Sewell, son, ..
Sr. I UOP '\0\t'I8tR ., .
Mrs. A. W. returned SKtOMI '
; "
I Jim, and daughter Virginia, returned -I day.Mr. home after three r- .. prehfUtatlVe, of the Eighth : :_:'-. ::: =-- _: :.,: :-"":. :-.-=-::;: < -=- ,:: --': .. J
and :Mrs. Frank Sunday '
Herlong iiK''vM''nal District m the Statf
home Saturday after vaca- have returned to Waynesville, N. months visit with the A. W. An- Hi .1 1 .da. in the Eigtit> -Ki-ui th ; TTTVTTTTTTyTTVVTTTTVTTTTTVBUDGET
tioning in Little Switzerland, N. C. 'IK -, ,"f th. L'mtfd tal"--.
C., after being home for several dersons Jr.. in Ventura. Calif and < '
F Thrt-r. and
E. L. Langston granddaughter
weeks while Mr. Herlong underwent with the Edwards Schawbs in "iirt of the State of Finn- .
Kitty Langston, of Manning, ]
an operation. I Pittsburgh, Pa. rtiK' \
S. C., are spending three weeks i J Circuit Judges of the I ,
Edwin Green returned home '! :Mr.: and Mrs. G. A. Rimert spent riKirli Judicial Circuit of the State
with :Mr. and Mrs. Eustis Mc- Pli.rida.K : E
Tuesday after being under obser- Valdosta Ga.. visiting :
weekend in ,
Knight. the ,.1 ,Governor; of the State of Fhn- :

I Mr. and Mrs. Alton Moore and vation in the Alachua Hospital fora Chaplain and Mrs. RoBert E 1i'r; : --- LOANS
few u t2) Railroad and J'ul.lu\ :
days. .
family were .Sunday guests of :Mr.: Holdt. They were accompanied i inns! i'onimissioneis of the State Zit
I and Mrs.- Dave Paulk.- Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hall and son. home by Mrs. Andrew Holdt, of ., Kh.nda." IE :
Robert, left Wednesday for a three I Iweeks' | 1"I I Member . Mrs. Hazel Morgan of Ta/npa Baltimore, Md., for several days i.1 i l tt>-ire>eiuatives of the :State: of ,
vacation in the North. They | PAY DAY LOANS
Klnnda.Fui .
was the overnight guest Saturdayof .
will Toronto visit.Col. Members of the Board of
fishing in Canada, < :2
Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith at go and Mrs. H. C. Wall and ADULT WHITE-FRINGED BEETLE (Top) ''r.tint> CommiiiNioners. 1 -; .
visit .in Chicago, and also >
I .
Crosby Lake. family, of St. Augustine, were For 3 Members of the County -
visit Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Morse in I !
STAGE Bottom) Hoard of Public Instruction.
OR (
Mr. and Mrs. E. :M.: Davis visited weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1 I LARVAE 1.$.
Fancy Gap, Va., enroute home. \ .
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Davis in Junius Smith. Col. and Mrs. Wall\ In Testimony Whereof, I have
Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman An intensive search for signs of the larvae feeding on the root I hereunto Set my hand and $
Arcadia Thursday to Sunday Smith attendedthe TO
I and :Mr.: and $25 $300
affixed the Great Seal of
in Ocala
also attended the wedding of spent Sunday visiting I II 1 he: white fringed beetle will be systems of plants. The larvae are
Mr. State National Guard Officer'sdinner the State of Florida, at Tallahassee !-
and Mrs
Bruce L. Davis Jr. They also I I Cyril Pickren who I Officer's Club at e onducted in Bradford County white, legless, and about 1-2 inch the Capital this
are the proud parents of a daug at the the 20th day of July, A.II.
visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Strongin ]later this month by state and long. The adult is less than 1-2
evening. 1954.\
ter born Camp Blanding
Sarasota.Mr. Sunday morning. | I rederal inspectors who will woik inch long, brownish grey with a It. A. CRAY E Prompt Courteous ...
I G. Duncan. daughter. "
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Williams and Mrs. K. I .
Se 1 State.
> retary "
HoweJr. ]hand in hand with lighter band along the of
and Mrs. Raymond II County Agent margin
children of Lake City and Mr. and Margaret Rose, and son, Kaspar, *\'Il: 4t '; Confidential Service A
., and son of St. Augustine, will Duncan's sister, I George T. Huggins. the wing covers. I
Mrs. R. Mrs.
J. Andrews of Orange accompanied
next week at the Bass cot The beetle, which attacks 385 .MITICK 10 APPRARIn
IPark and of this
I were Sunday guests of :Mr.: Mrs. Roy Smith, to her home in planters Ctrrnlt Court Bradford CO.DIY, .
tages on Sarta Fe Lake. types of plants including almost' area are requested to report Floridas I. Ckanrery E
land Mrs. R. O. Dansby. Tennille. Ga., on Wednesday. On any \
Aurele I'upuis, Plaintiff. \s. Mar- MARION FINANCE COMPANY
John Benny .Sapp and Bobby everything in this
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carswell of .Thursday the Duncans went on to grown area damage to their yard plants, gar garet M, upui.N, Defendant.
McClellan spent the weekend in I was discovered recently west of dens, or farm that shows Cas-e No. io-6n: :
Tampa spent last Thursday and I Atlanta. Ga., until Sunday.W. crops I E
Daytona I the
River in West
here Atlanta Apalachicola evidence of dying from an unknown -
Friday enroute to T. Weeks, of Tallahassee. To: Margaret M. Dupuis. whuseresiden.e
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pellum and
Florida. The inspectors are now and address j is l.; Weha- : PHONE 5333 GainesvilleOr )
Ga. and Asheville, N. C., for three the Junius Smith cause. The roots of these : >
family spent last Saturday at St. was visiting 'cowatt Ave, Lynn, Mass.
Beach. weeks. family on Sunday. searching to see if it exists in any plants should be examined for You are hereby notified that a : write P. 0. Box 446, 218 W. University Ave.

Augustine :Mrs.: Marion Howe visited her Mrs. Joe Wilson *nd Mrs. S. L. counties east of the river and small white, legless larvae. Any ult. for Gainesville) Fla.

son, Ra'mond Howe Jr., in St. Peek Sr., and son, Darby. are south of the Georgia state line. suspect larvae or adult speciman Iivrt'arc of Minor, Childrennas "i'UStDtland Control 1 E

II Augustine over the weekend. weeks The white fringed beetle was should be put in a small container been filed against you in the I .A.AAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAALALAAAAAAAAAA.
'lEi r.IX4J" :Mrs: J. L. Chancey of West leaving Saturday for first found in the United States in above named Court and cause and
rO.M vacation in Waynesville. N. C. with alcohol and given to the I you :ire required to serve a copy of ... -"... ,-', ...:.. .. .... ....
.. Palm Beach is the of :Mr. 1936 when it found .
-- guest was damaging county agent.As your answer or pleading to the {. '" '
and Mrs. Wesley Andrews this peanuts, cotton corn and velvet complaint on the Plaiatitf'sAttorney / ..
4r11 ( i phis. Tenn., have moved to Starke i I j far as is known all white lion William I D. Morgan __ ,
; ., week. I beans i in Okaloosa County. It has :.07 Clark Building Jaiksonville : 5. \
the (
I this week and are living at fringed beetles are females capableof (
also threatened Florida's citrus : ,
441 'Wi$ i home of Mrs. R. S. Fernandez. I laying fertile eggs. The beetle and file the original in the office of ; i
crops in the past. Clerk Circuit Court ii
I the of the on I
Franks will teach television at the cannot fly and the only means of
before the '
The beetle is a native of Argentina or i
University of Florida, and his wife long-distance spread is by its"hitchhiking" 13th daof September. Kl,">4.; I
Brazil Chile, and Uruguayin otherwise the alle iiHons of &aid! I ,
in Starke Elementary commercial
will teach
I South America. It was prob- on produce Comolaint will I e taken as confessed
School trash, sod, machinery, and by you I
ably introduced into the United This notice shall b. published I
Mi and Mrs. J. D. Doyle on man.
States at one or more southern i; once each week for four consecutive
the Fbi ida State Park caverns Movies and colored slides the weeks in the Bradford County Tele .
poits in some commercial ship- on
r graph.
while enroute home
near ment. The beetle is still believedto beetle can be obtained by contact- I>at<- ] tins 11th day of August,
EjtC from Jennings, La., last week. 1954.
: Mrs. Peail I Whitnel returned to I be transported in commercial ing the county agent or by writing OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darn
[:shipments, and inspectors usually the United States Departmentof Clerk of the Circuit Court
cT344Vk her home in Deland Saturday, 1 I i I 1 By Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
check along railroads for signs of Agriculture, Plant Pest Control I i !8,13: 4t !\, ? I
after a week's visit with the W. I.its t My Personal Integrity and Profession Backed by More
presence. Branch, White Fringed Beetle Control -
.. H. Struth family. She was accompanied :I. \01"11TO APPKK r Than Forty Years EXPERIENCE Repairing Fine Railroad J
Most of the damage done by the Post Office Box 187, Florala, In Circuit Court. Bradford County.
home by her niece, Vickie white fringed beetle is caused by l Ala. Florida: ID ('h RCOf'ry. I, Watches that Require the Greatest Accuracy is

|: Struth for a week's visit. Roddy \Jose Alvarez, Plaintiff, vs. Piedad YOUR Guarantee of Satisfaction.

'land Kathy Struth joined the familyI I Miss Dorothy Ross is vacationing Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen Mrs.T. Fernandez Alvarez Defendant.Case No. 10-634 I

h. tln.d the luk I in Deland on Thusrday for the re- for two weeks with her parents F. Brown and son Frank of :o..ClOT T.. .IpprnrTo. I
I See Our
A "L+tl. thin9" I mainder of the week. :Mr.: and Mrs. J. B. Ross and Hampton, Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of : Piedad Fernandez Al\arez Back-to-School
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON whose residence and address iv: San I '
Until H turned I Mrs. Robert Turner and son also with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson Miami and Mrs. D. W. Moore of Antonio. Candas, AMuiias, Spain

Into a spring. about this question !| Brant, of State Farm. and :Mrs. and family in Homestead Starke spent Thursday in Cler-''.uit You forDiMine are hereby notified that a I' *: Window Display of Elgin and Wadsworth Watches, with

\ Sam Anderson spent Wednesdayin and Miami. Miss Ross was accompanied mont with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. I' i i tistody. control mill : the "Million Dollar," "Duro Power" Main Spring.

The kind of plumbing service The "medical payments" partof Jacksonville.Mr. I by Miss Dorothy Alvarez Futch. While there they visited I has MpM.it bt '|.n filed o( minor agalll'oU children in the.ii t Guaranteed; not to break. The choice of Students every-

II my auto liability insurance and :Mrs.: Robert Barksdale I I who spent the weekend with relatives -I Mr. Futch's mother and their ,"vp ii"n".d Court and cause and I II : where.
ou receive from us is the kind I L'TyvyvyvyvI I IS,'
) covers me and passengers riding and family are enjoying two weeks there. aunt, Mrs. W. S. Futch, who is
most householders hope for but Mr. and :Mrs.: Ben :Mizell: of Jacksonville i (
with me. Does your insurance vacation in the Smoky Mountains, 92 years old. She makes her SKIN ITCH
seldom find. Not only do we i spent the weekend with I -- .
N.C. home with her daughter, Mrs.
rise? to every emergency, but I company now pay my 1 I Mr. and Mrs. X. :M.: Smith and Mrs. Mizell's parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. Emma Campbell, of Largo. : HOWTORELIEVEITi i t Ed
medical if I'm ridingin Simpson Gem
our prices aw al\\aj within expenses children spent the weekend visit- L. Alvarez. They were accom- Miss Elizabeth Ann Lawson of IN 15 MINUTES [ Jewelry
any other car and also as paned home by :Mrs.: Mizell's sister U Bet phased, your 40c back from
Call time of dayor relatives in and Douglas, this
reason. us any ing Lyons West Palm Beach is spending 1TCH-ME-NOT dt.d.ni
pedestrian or bicyclist if Miss Irma Gainey for w'eek's I any druni.t. t "THE HOUSE OF FINE DIA
a IOXDS"Starke's
night fur immediate response Ga. week with hei parents. Mr and itch and burning in minut; killsg.rms
struck by a car? is in : 'visit. :I' and fungus on contact. Wonderful -
i I L. G. Hemingway Eliza- Mrs. H. A. Lawson. for ringworm, foot Itch and
bethtown. N. C., this week visiting I IIr. Rev. nd Mrs. R. D. Sommer.: Faye Massey of Zephyrhills it: other surface ccsema ra.he,. Today at ,,:. Leading Jeweler I
::1 :\ and Mrs. John Hemingway. 'and daughters will spend the next :visitng Sonia Huntei. )11 fl1ULI. S DKKj STORE
two yyyyyyvvyvyyyvyyyyyyyyyyyvYyyyYyYyyyYyyyyy.yyyyyT
and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and weeks at the Sewell summer

: Charley E. Johns son erts Sr.navy of,Lawtey and :Mrs.: ,' \'isitedIr.George .Rob-and home:: at and Little Mrs.Switzerland.Wesley Andrews N. C.Mr. ;?" """ .>' ..V..>-', '-"A__ --.- .__ ,;;"- .=;>-""" _.,,, .- ."-:,<. -<-f/- '-=. .-- ._/""_-' rn- --iOiQII- a -_-- __' iiiiPJ" ------ ---- ---- ---- ---- .

Mrs. George Roberts Jr., and son, spent the weekend in Fort Meade .

I & Son Ricky in Hastings on Tuesday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dekle

Agency :Mrs.: N. B. Rosier and daughters Rep. and Mrs. Chesterfield Smithof H HWe
i Announcement
spent the' month of July with Mr. were Monday guestsof

PHONE 414-J Phone 13 Starke, Fla. and Mrs. E. A. Raney in Freeman Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner. t t'

;I .1. . . . . . Va :Mr: Rosier joined his family E. J. Nix Jr., of Kansas City,
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:Mo., was the guest of Mr. and
I _. there during the last week. Mrs.

.---. -. -- .-,- .- ---- .. . .-. :Mr: and Mrs. C. H. Dittmar and Wesley Andrews a few days Announce That We Have
uaughtei. of Jacksonville are stay- last week. Are Proud To I

Mr. and Mrs. J. Jackson. Miss
ing at the Dowling cottage

KIn sley Lake next week. i..Shirley Jackson :Mrs.: Margaret Been Selected As A Franchised

Mrs C S. Partin and son Buster Blankenship and Edwin Williams

returned home :Monday: aftera enjoyed"a steak fry at the Enlisted i! ,, .

twelve-day sight-seeing trip in Men's Club, Tuesday evening ofj: Dealer For
last I
the northeastern states. They join- .
Dedicated To Community Service ed Mrs. Wilma Dockstader and :Mrs.: S. R. Johns and daughter
"Movie Are Better Than Lye
ron, Billy. and their guest, Jearfhe'j Linda, drove their aunt, Mrs. C. F. .

Pollet. of Orlando, in Elmira N. i i Sayles of Miami, up to Little I
If find name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
you your Switzerland, N. C. :Monday: of last
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. Y.. who all continued on the sight- week. Mrs. Johns and Linda re- '
':seeing trip with the Partins and
returned to Starke with them. Mrs. turned home Sunday and Mrs. ,

Au!!'. 14 I Wed. Thurs. and Fri. Dockstader had spent the summer Sayles will remain there for the

ONE DAY ONLY Aug 18 19. 20 ':with her father in Elmira. balance of the summer.

DOl'ULE FEATUREAnd 3 I I'G DAYSIn :Mrs.: Robert Perman and sons I Miss Mary Brownlee and Mss H

Cinema Scope ,Jimmy and Larry, and Miss Betty Joyce Humphery of Baltimoie Md, '.
will arrive
this weekend
I Ann Welsh, of Lexington N. C., to spend'
j two weeks with Mrs. H. L. Brown-
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. RudolphSink.
t_ :Mrs.: T. E. Simmons and !
II, j Ricky Herndon of Valdosta, Ga.. children
of Pensacola and Mrs. J. H. Wil-!
| is spending ten days with his cou-
I hams and daughter, C)nthla of I
I sin. Ray Judd.

All new and' in COLOR GLORY Graham 2nd Lt.Air Patrick Force T.Base McGriff, Marian of I,week.Conmrs Marianna Rep.and were and Cecil visiting Mrs.Seweils Conner the Doyle last Ie-I I II I AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION IN THIS AREAAs

'r.a. spent the weekend with his
fed* turned Marianna:: with
parents :Mr.: and Mrs. G. J. :Mc-: I

ROBOT MONSTERWith Gnff. guests Mr. and for Mrs.the weekend.Jack :McComb: and j Most Of You Know YORK Is One Of Oldest And Respected In Their Field Of

:Mr.: and Mrs. D. E. Henley and I
.Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert_ _Rrnu.-n__ _anri.._ ,
All Star Cast children of St. Louis Mo. are n un 1 Manufacturing The World's Finest

PlusCat.. Mouse and Bell" Cartoon visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "Cedar family Keys.spent last Thursday at j .

and Chapt. 2 Serial 'ROSE William Reddish of Lawtey.Mrs. .

: W. H. Perkins and :Mr.: and I Mrs. Jimmy: Chasteen and son,| I AIR CONDITIONERS FOR THE ROOMS
G i It SANDERS J. Roy, spent last week at the I
B. and children
MARIE Mrs. Earl Searing
have returned home after spendingthe I Brownlee cottage at St. Augustine. AIR CONDITIONERS FOR THE HOME
Sun. Mon and Tues. Mr. and :Mrs.: Ned Yante and I
past week with :Mrs.: R. .
Ausr 15 16. 17 family were visiting Mr and ::

:3 1 fc; DAYSIn futtd nap I ANN BLYTH I Trask Mrs in E Lakeland.R. Carter and B.I Bob Yancey and Mr. and Mrs.\Irs'l c.1 I S AIR CONDITIONERS FOR STORES, ETC. i

A. Yancey in
Scope Jacksonville
Vicki, of Jacksonville were guests last I
IiQ\ARO\ PEft ?
LMASI Friday evening. On Sunday they

I lPIUU I !i Tuesday Mrs.V.. H.of their Perkins grandmother, and their, [I were in Sanford and Orlando I Making Machines for Restaurants Motels, and Business Establishments and the YORKAIRE HOME HEATING I II !

visiting Mr. and Mrs J. P Stevens

In High Fidelity Magnet Sound ,|aunt Mrs.Mrs.O. L.Earl Beasley B. Searing.and Mrs. J. and Mr. and :Mrs. F. A Stevens.Mr. I AND COOLING UNITS "Year Round Comfort at the Flick of a Switch." I IS I

RAWTORO Plus "PtH't and IVasant" Cartoon !, and Mrs. Jack Trawick and ,
W. Kincaid had as guests,
,; SIn :Mrs.: C. L. May of Albany, Ga., 1!. in family Tampa attended over the a weekend.family reunion J'. For A Free Estimate Call 239 ,

COMING SOON sister of Mrs. A. C. Durden. They
Effie Johns and

CINEMASCOPE: Prince ValiantIn ,.and also :Mrs.:had Paul as Sunday Kartsonis guests of ,Jacksonville Dr.- M. D. Carter, Mr. and Mrs.brother Oscar, i

Cinema ScopeIn I and Mr. and Mrs. Walter j'Carter, and Mrs. F. W. Webb spent.L CHAS. C. SHEPHERD A RADIO TVI

High Fidelity Magnet Sound High Fidelity Magnet Sound Brown\ of Daytona Beach. Tuesday|visiting of:Mrs.: last Johns'week in sister Dade, Mrs.City I ,

Mrs. Carl Hunter and
Plus Latest News and Special family
i OSCAR WATERS Carrie Smith. Mrs. Johns Starke, FJorida
stopped 307 W. Call St -
News at Rt>g. Admission PricewiILII spent last week at Zephyrhills with her niece Mrs. Webb I I II

.- .- -- ,.- and visiting Mrs.Mrs.J. Clardy.Hunter's parents, Mr Hawthorne for several days. in I .-:.- _.. .. .:: :' ... .' > __', :..,:. .- _:. :'-.., ,: : .__-' ._ =,,_, .: __:::=;: _./ ;:,:,: ':'. ;,- :;:_--"- _':,::'-- ,::-,_ _: .:;:'::;_..: ,:;:c'I :---;.._:,' I



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,yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'I I and Mrs. June Ellis and childrenof above named persons who are de- a distance of one hundred '
Georgetown, S. C. ceased; and all other persons havingor cne and e\enty-se\en hundredths seventy- ing a distance of twenty-three and title of plaintiff. Jonev-I.a ,ig! d- ______
SOIL CONSERVATION were lastweeks claiming any right title lien or (lt.7;) feet to an iron stake 'forty-one hundredths ((2341) feet !White Post No. 56, The _..tier-can!
BIG DADHappeiiings guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim interest in or to the following lands; South line of aforementioned on South the to a corner of said building; run Legion Department of Flur, , Adkins. situate in Dradford County, Florida, Half; run thence North JS degreesnd thence South seventeen (17) de- the above described land a- .* tee
N-E-W-S to-wit: a 57 minutes Wtit cress and twenty-se\en (27) mm. simple title: and you are rtnuired
Bible School is underway at the A portion of the South Half (S) south line a distance! of along seven hun-said wall West of along said the Westerly edge of to appear and serve a copy "f O' u.
Baptist Church By Bill HaasU. i Southwest Quarter (SWi4)! of Sec hundredth (73998) feet to thirty-two hundredth attorney, A. J. Thomas Jr. \\ i i, -e
point of
(7.32) feet
Cooper as principal. Miss Norma tion 21. Township 6 South Range beginning. EXCEPT anportion run thence South eighty- address is Starke, Florida and tn
nine (89)
S. SOIL CONSERVATION I Sweeney of Gainesville and Frank 2! East in the City h' Starne. Brad- thereof lying within the right of (55) minutes degrees and fifty-five file the original of your answer ur
By Clair East! a distance of pleading in the office of .
I Lazenby Brown ford County, Florida containing way of any road or treet the .niler-
are assisting. twenty-four and fifty-two hun '
sIgned Clerk of
thirteen and se\enly-suc hundredths AL.O" EXCEPTING the Circuit i ourtn
SERVICE AA IA AAAA LA A A AAAAA LA AAAA Misses Betty and Anne Jerniganof (12.76) acres and being more particularly described parcel: following. dredths. (24.52) feet to point of beginning September 6. 1954. otherwise the al
i described as follows For point of reference commence legations of said complaint wll be
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banks spent Gainesville returned home Sun- For Point of Beginning commence lat an iron stake at the intersection Bearings In the above description taken as confessed br Ton
day after at the Southwest corner of said So. 'of the Xorth line of aforementioned refer to the bearing of the centerline IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
Robert Strunk made a requestfor the weekend fishing at Hernando. spending a week with Half (SH) and run .thence Xortb 0 South half.S's; ) of Southeast quarter I of State Road Number :200? as ,this Order of Publication and Xo-
I Tyler Jones, Manager for Container Mrs. Bill Kines and daughters, their grandmother :Mrs. :Minnie degrees and 2} minutes West along (SBVi) of Southwest quarter established and determined b>' the I tice be forthwith published once I
a complete soil and water conservation Marcionny. \VeM line of said South Half (S4) a (SWU\ ) and aforementioned West. Florida State Road Department each week for four consecutive
Corporation of America, Debby and Nancy Ann, arrived distance of six hundred sixty-four erly boundary of Temple Avenue You and each of you are hereby weeks in Bradford County Telegraph ,
farm plan. His farm is says he is going to plant some home Saturday after a week visit Walden Wadsworth spent., a I and se\enty-fne hundredths (664.- and run theme South seventeen (17) notified that a Bill of Complaint a duly qualified newspaperpublished
75) feet to an iron stake on the degrees and twe t--.ix has been filed in the Circuit Courtof in said County.
located across the Chastain Road Coastal Bermuda grass for pasture with relatives in Milledgeville Ga. weekend pass at home. .Vorthw* t corner of said South utes West along said (16)Westerly min Bradford County Florida in WITNESS my hand and official

from the Sante Fe Stock Farm. and hay. "I have seen that Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Barnes spent Rothelle Jon" of the Jackson- Half; run thence South 89 degreesSf boundary a distance of three hun Chancery by Jones-Langford-White seal at Starke Bradford County, I
dred .sixteen Post Xo 56. The American Legion. Florida. this August 5. 1954.
minute and 30 seconds East and three .
The other day I was talking to grass growing on the kind of soilWe the weekend in Vernon, Ala. yule Naval Base spent the week- I along North line of said South Half 3)) feet to an iron stake tenths; run thence(31& Department of Florida. as plaintiffand (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles \. Darby

Dorothy and Ted Connell of have around here and it sure Mrs. Lonnie Dobbs and son, end at his home here. (Sti) a distance of one thousand. North eighty-nine i9)l degrees and against you and each of you as :, Clerk of Circuit Court. of Bradford -
one hundred fifteen and hundredths fifty-fi\e (DO) defendants; that the nature of aid I CountFlorida.
nine I minutes West
Whispering Pine when Bob drove makes fine grazing," states Mr. and Mrs. Wm. a suit is to and confirm the S 6 I
Tyler. Ra.raond, of Graceville, were dinner Hammondand (1,115.03) feet to an iron 'e of one and eighty-eight hunrcdths 1- quiet 4t S 27ALVAREZ'
up. We started talking about his guests Thursday night of Mrs. daughter Willow Ruth and stake at the intersection of the I ld l (1.55) feet to a ma.onroonhfueted >'

farm. Bob stated that the soils Titus Olson is taking in more Debris Conner. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Baker and the North Westerly line of right said ijouth<>f way Half line and of b From building point for of point beginning ofeginning. I Clothing

here are altogether different from pasture land on his place out in Mr. children were sight seeing Sun- State Road o.200 or Temple I thus, described run North ;' STORE Ien"s. 1 I
those he was used to up in New the Theressa area. He is using and Mrs. Bunny Eden, of day in.tHe Ocala Forests,' also Avenue; run thence South 17 degrees ent>--two (72): degrees and 1'j'j' EstablIshed 189tnug
and 2< minutes "Uest along tnree (33) minutes' West along
York. A soils map will be made Hairy Indigo and Pensacola Bahia Key arrived Monday after- visited Levy's Prairie Fishing said Westerly! right of way line a I,Norther'y! edge of wall of said build-
of Bob's farm which will show for a soil builder and grazing. noon for a week visit with Mrs. distance of three hundred sixteen I
and three tenths (316.3) feet to
him the different types of soil he "Since I have planted Indigo inmy Debris Conner and other relatives. Alpha McCook Bryant Jr. is iron stake; run thence Xorth 89 degrees an-

the leaves the \ Glad to have Gwen and 55 minutes West a distance
has. A conservation farm plan pecan grove on Parramore, i spending' a furlough with his -
parents of two hundred fifteen and
will be developed from this soils trees stay a dark green and they ,Evelyn Dugger, Mildred Corbitt, here. He is stationed aboard sixty-five hundredths (215.65) feetto I IBectrie

map. which will help him in the I have Increased in quality and I :Amanda Graham and Edna Thomas i.i the U. S. S. Missouri. I an iron Make; run thence South
degree and 3 minutes West a distance Ig i A JJI YEAR FOR
management of his and land for increased quantity of nuts says Titus working with us now. : Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen ,eighty-seven of one hundredths hundred ninety(190.87 and I

production improve :Mrs T. F. Brown, son Frank of i feet to an iron stake; run thtnce ,
ments. I 0 I Hampton Mrs. D. W. Moore of North 89 degrees and 57 minutes i

Pat Miller, a District Cooperator -" tarke and Mrs. Albert Sullivan I 5 Vest t'Weiityihr.hundr.dths a distant of fifty-nine(.o&and.7T: )> F I

(lof Ocala visited their aunt Mrs. feet tn an Iron stake. run thence !
whose farm is located on the !South 0 dcgrtand 18 minuteAVest' Home Entertainme
W S Futch at the home of Mr i
Criffis Loop, used the District'srotocycJe ) I-
mower to cut down and Mrs. A. A. Futch in Clermont

Thursday. Mrs. Futch is 92 years
weed competition in his newly
\old. and is a former Hampton FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S ,1
planted Pensacola Bahia pasture.
resident and will be remembered '
I \
Harriet did the tractor driving and I
''bv here.
she stated that the rotary mower JUST ONE
cut the weeds into small pieces and Miss Louise Adkins of Jackson- I ,

scattered it out which will yule and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin FRIGIDAIREMade I i
pre I Get YOUR Sit NOW for the -

vent the smothering out of the [ By Ceo. T. Hoggins i. Richard of Arcadia spent the yily by General NEW FALL SHOWS! ,
weekend with their ,
good grass. I c.unty Agent parents, Motors Corp. All other
and Mrs. J. G. Adkins.:
I Exteotlon Servk Electric
Agricultural ; Refrigerators
Ardell Crosby, whose place is I Donald McMahone is spending Florida's a tivadetful place? There's more fua
located made by ether companies per square .
in the Graham communityused S ave Your PastureAt the farmers, and have a good time. I sometime with his wife and son I G
the District's weed and cannot use the word 0 foot here than anyubere else on earth..ifyoubate
chopper I the Agricultural Research Your on'v cost at Camp will be Donnie and the M. L. Wattersons.

to cut down tobacco talks. He Service in Beltsville, Md., some for meals. Miss Ross has a story Mrs. Archie Eiland of Hom- [ Frigidaire. time to enjoy it. That's u here I

also used the chopper in some i i interesting work has been accomplished i m this issue with more informa- assassa recently spent several TV.... Sumh/ae Service tomes in! (

woods to cut down all the rough i with grazing and mowing.We tion. The program is for the I days with her parents, the M. L. I Want A GenuineFRICIDAIRE ..:UI1 ere better then ever__ .ilh With Reddy Kilowatt .e
lushes that were shading out the bigger,cleorer,steadier pictures. IYou'U
b2 Wattersons.
know that there must a family.
Jo the chores
native I ? hear 0 fuller, finer font ,)0111/ /
grass. II certain amount of top growth to Cattlemen's Institute ? ,with; "one dial". '
I ID The fount? Judge Court IB range too toning bait that e\tra .
We had a card from r Foster Shi aid root growth, but hadn't realized Cattlemen fiom all over the And For Bradford loimtj Florida THEN SEE So select your new set homo wide leisure ..

Smith Bradford Soil Conservation i just how this did affect state will be gathering for a two- !. Probate. variety of models, smart styles enjoy
a IN UK: ESTATE OF .I end colon. Prices ore lower...
District Supervisor, who is growth. day program August 19 and 20. EUVIXA A. IlENMiLDS, E. H. SMITHTenth terms easier.. eieii happier .. .. ,- P%.

taking vacation out in the West. The report is too lengthy for I The institute will be at the 4-H \OIKK OF I'I'TIO1'0 Deoeard M\KK 1 I Florida liiiiig. '.-

Foster states that he and the full report but a few important Club Camp near Lake Placid. A AIMM.ICITIOX 'I\'L '
this is
family are having a fine time seeing points are A single severe cutting -I full two-day program for educa- DIM'HUtGK COXCKItNXotn and Temple Ae. [Ii And .year a gocd
the country. stops root growth from 6 to tion and recreation has been plan-I .e is heieb given that I ha\.. I Starke, Fla. i year, to add lilliesmblgluborsmilg-

18 days. These variations dependon ned. Let us know if you mightbe filed niv final rt-port a< Adnllnl II- iJ 0
tor of the Kvtate i.f Krvina A_ Hfii- J
different kinds of Re- interested in going. The first ... .
grasses. nolds <|e -asfd; that 1 have filed -- -- -- RADIO... electric sen ants-
FILL DIRTGOOD 108 reservations made will my petition for final discharge, -' .- ii.h .
peating severe clipping, as in sleep and that I will apply trf the Hon.Theron I I ...is a pleasant companion while tine improved' models..
rotation grazing. prevented root at the Camp with no charge. Cost A_ Yawn, County Judge of yov wgrk, during parties or
RICH growth from 25 to 45 days. The for meals if you stay from Thurs- Bradford CountFlorida., at 1Oi:00)( "evenings at home'It keeps you new low terms.Seeyofir .
oYlpck AM: on the 7th day of COLONIALFLORIST tp-to-dale on world' events, too.
percentage of roots that stopped day lunch through Friday lunchis dealer,, now!
September. AP, 1954. for approvalof : i New models give you better
TOP SOILSee growing varied with the amountof 450. Contact our office to I the administrator same and for of said final estate.dischargeas I I reception and finer tone. So get I IsetnOwfOieflPWtOlIShOs. I

top that was taken off send reservations or send it direct I This AugUSt 3, 1954. your .

A single clipping removing 50 f to B. J. Harris Jr., Sebring, Fla I GEO. L. FATTEN: I
Administrator of the Estate
per cent of the foliage, 2 to 4 percent I Tell him how many you will have of Kr\ina A. n..nnolds.d..ta \

I of the roots stopped vd. FLOWERSFor '
!! S/6 4t 8/27:?
for 14 days. Removiivg
growing I
'Jackson Transfer .'.. ... All Occasions
Company Tbe t1r'uitourt Of >rl. ,
90 per cent of the foliage halted
II.Eighth Judicial Circuit, IB And
Phone 165 : root growth completely for 17 r For Bradford County.In PHONE 218 RECORD PLAYER...

Chancery. I singly, or in "triple play"
days, and 40 per cent of the roots .
I III 1KT TITI..:. ETC combinations with radio and TV,/
I were still inactive at the end of' I i ES-LAXGFOKn-\VHITE POST

I,33 days. I bv Mrs. Wm. \V. Hammond i I Nt DEPARTMENT). ;_,6. THE AMERICAN OK: Fl.ORIDA.Plaintiff: LEOIOX. I I II (j) reproductions bring you true of"concert your favoritemusic."Highfideiity"uoundrepro.hall" You'll be amazed at how I'ttlt costs to operate /

r- 1 There is a lot of room for some LAAAAAAAAAA ALA A A&AA LAAAA .I vs. I duction is becoming more and additional electric appliances in a typical Florida

.picM; { good thinking on pasture manage- Last week our home was deeply I FLORIDA LAND :AND IMMIGRATION -! more popular, '00. home..just pennies a day!
ment in the above illustration.. saddened by the passing of Mr TOMPANY: <' FLORIDA I DISH GARDENS
rt al.. Defendants.. 'q
: Keep your grass growing. You Hammond's stepfather, States S. OltllKIt OF nBMCVriON AND II

wilt have stronger root s stem anda I Scouten Sr. of Gibson. N. Y. He %PICK 10 _U'I'KUl POTTED PLANTS OTHER...

gAl,! more nutritious feed. 'was born Jan. 30, 1855, and had The following named I defendants electrical home entertainments 7/ I (4/I As you "slep-ip")ollr use of
POTTERY include slide ,
Hot Weather More Water he lived until next January would who Florida are: residents of the State of ; end "hobby shops.projectors" Each movies costs ( electi icily,you"step-doun"tbe

How often do you get a drink of have been 100 years old. 1'. A. Brinson. whose residenceand I Flowers Wired but a few cents a month to operate. aierage rate you pay. Operating eien major I

water this hot weather. Remem- Mr. and Mrs. Onard Parker and Florence address U.is Brown Baldwin, a, widow Florida, ;individually appliances adds only a few pennies a day to your

'her your cattle, hogs and chickens children, 'Bufford and Mary Alice, I and as sole devisee. and Anywhere electric bi:!. .)our biggest bargain in better Ihiag! : ) '

get thirsty, too. Plenty of clean of Homestead are visiting their Brown legatee, under de the will of Man us V. _
/ I I >eased, whose residence )
water is important to them. A respective parents Mr. and Mrs.J. and address is Starke Florida; Nona St. Starke i'i.
Sharon Hall Locke, Sharon I FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY t
l lI little effort to provide ad-l.tirnal H. Parker and Mr. and Mrs. U. Hall. whose residence formerly and address --

drinking space that will !"fave the D. Dyal. is Starke, Florida;
water shaded w\Jl off. It A. I). Martin and Golda Martin, 1IIir ..:
\ pay you Mrs. Eva Chauncey of West: his wife, whose residence and address -
have water piped to the field, afloat Palm Beach spent the weekend. is Starke, Florida;
control will save lots of S. E. Simmons,, whose residenceand
you with her sister, Mrs. Jessie Chas address is Starke Florida
1 l labor and water. tain. on Sunday they visited an- T. Frank Landrum, whose residence Be sure get the best of these big 4 ,
Farm Program August :24-26 and address is Starke, Flori you
other sister, Mrs. George Cottman da;
Farmers from many Northern of Ocala. Florence E. Brown whose residence -
I Counties will be at 4-H Cherry and address is Worthington,
Lake I Mrs. McCormick and son, Wilson Florida; 'I
Camp in Countyfor Florence I. Crown, whose resl- performanceDo
Miami former Hampton ,dence and address
a big program near the end is 2306 Silver
residents called on Mrs. C. C. Can- Street. Apartment 2, Jacksonville,
of this month. I non and Mrs. Minnie Marcionny rl Florida; ..' you want livelier, smoother performance on less gas? Then be
You will read about it in the George Kopelousos. whose residence : :' sure your new car has modern high-compression power. That's just'-
and .
Monday. address is Starke, Florida -
paper. Wish you could plan to ; 'e what Chevrolet gives you-the highest-compression power of any lead
attend this twodaramp.. See Mrs. G. C. Gentry and Mrs. Inez; Thelma Dyal, formerly Thelma 4 'I, i ing low-priced car. Come in for a demonstration ride!

I! Vfmonstrations, fellowship with Alfred of Jacksonville, Richard I Andrews William ; J. W. Andrews Jr., and .:.: .
I Anthony Andrews, whose
S.txon of Lake City and Mr. and residence and address is Starke, .. .
Mrs. T. R. Callaway of Gainesville I Florida, as sole heirs at law of J. -. t
all flavors ALL TYPES OF 'I :IW. Andrews deceased. ;
were weekend visitors of u. 4
Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon. THE STATE OF FI.omD.To:
CONTROL Florida Land and Immigration
I Rev. and Mrs Merle Packhamand Company of Florida and its unknown -

HALF GALLONS children. Mr and Mrs. Emory successor trustees stockholders -
TERMITESHousehold and other claimants by
Ii 'Brown and son Randy. Mrs T F. through or under it, Joseph F. Ra-
C mmt'rda1GRO"E I Brown and son Frank attended U-ik, also known as Joseph T. Ra-
beik. and Josephine $. Habt'k. hiwife. -
SPRAYINGCall I the wedding of Miss Veda Parish whose! last known address w.s I I I
for estimate and Charles Snowden at Waldo Mail land. Florida Mary Jane Rising, 'I
Mary I). Rising and O :M. Risrinp
i Sunday. her husband, 1". D. Miner, al=o I
Florida Pest Control Miss Annie Brown of Starke is known as I-riah D. :Miner and Sarah :
M. :Miner, his wife. Gertrude. i i
& Chemical Co. spending a few days with her father Van Pelt.V_ N. Meacham. C. J. Hu- '
Loren Brown. band and Eliza Husband his wif. 'IIf.
2220 N.\\'. 6th St. Ph. 6035 C. Brown, also known as C. 11. '
I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hammond
Brown, also known as Charles }(
.. Gainesville, Fla. I and daughter Willow Ruth were Crown J_ :M Rising. Anna L. Hism... ,
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_H. _ and lIarHising Young. James; "if: i ,
I Wednesday evening supper guests 1 owling also known as J. H. Dowl- .
{ of their son and daughter-in-law ing. p. II. Haskins. whose lavt I I \
(known known ,
Mr and Mrs John E. Hammondon \ille, Fla, was Jackson- : \ 'o" -
Edwin r ? 2
Touzaim, alM : -' i
,4. ''''''''' t .
Lake. known as, Edwin C. [ price
Crystal Tauzalin and I > \ &,mJ
< s Touzalin, his wife ,
whose la.t ; ; "" <

NEW! Monday C. C. Cannon shopped in Starke Florida known ,address Lawrence was L. Howard Jacksonville als. I ...: ,f."f? t: :.. -. Ej1: Take a look at what you pay and what you get You'llee that Cher-

: George Manning spent the week- M.known Howard as I,,. L.his Howard and Goldie I .'F--- .-:::-.-.. -j' rolet has more for you and asks less from you. It's priced below all

end in Tampa and Silver Springs. known addre..sas wife Miami whose Rl, ria\last I ; -_-__ other lines of cars. That's possible because Chevrolet builds lie tn'st

mond Same, _whose address is :232:! W .- ) cars-and can build them better to sell for less -
Mr and Mrs. W. N. Jackson and
Carson St. Detroit 9, -
Mich., ,
TSonlen's family were Sunday guests of S
..... their son. J. W. Jackson and fam- 7430 ali\e.: Ternes.and the Dearborn.unknown spouse, of if ,I i .-.,.... -. I v.-r .. ,

ilv', In the afternoon all visited each of them if alice and if any of I 't 3: economy
them he dead,
to the
PINEAPPLE- Kmgsley Beach. heirs, devisees, .
I grantee, 'r "W
Mi and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen, legatee assignees, ,
I other laimants bv through creditors, and *e What's it going to cost to fcp that new car in gasoline? In oil What
I son Ardell. Mr and Mrs. J. J. again-t t-jch and every of underor theYOU'LL !I about service and repairs? Lneck into it and you'll Sad that Chevrolet

LIME PARFAIT Brannen and Miss Jessie Mae has the greatest name of all for keeping upkeep; costs down over all
Brannen left Tuesday morning for : LOVE the ne, Sfcter- ;{ the miles you drive!

Asheville. N. C. to celebrate the. brook purse-size fountain pens II |

Smooth rich ice cream. A I i 50th wedding anniversary of the I pastel shades. Only $2.37 at BradFORD .
juicy bits of crushed pineapple j i 4
I' Mr and Mrs. Avery Dennison I appearance
with ribbons of lime 'I -
j I and Loren Brown visited Mr. and

pur e. give this ice cream a I' Mrs Charlie Gillard near Starke I I I ,._ You, of course, are the only one who can decide which car looks the

really new, delicious flavor! .-. Sunday FOR SALE best to you. But you might well consider this: Chevrolet's the only

Cooling! Colorful! At your I Mr. and Mrs James Roark and 'r. 1 one in the low-price field with the smooth lines and graceful beauty
... p _- of Body by Fisher. It's the look America
Borden dealers now! \ JN I son. Lawrence of West Virginia QUILTING I likes best!

visited their brother Bruce (Roy)
( \ I Roark and family last week. On

Thursday they all visited Silver SCRAPS
Springs and spent the weekend in .

Cedar Keys. 25cPer Lb. Now's the time to buy! Get our big deal! Enjoy a new. ChUFO1t
I Mr ,
ffiorden'sICE {. and Mrs Emory Brown, son

Randy. Mrs. T. F. Brown and son

Frank were callers in Palatka At


and Mrs. P. D. Adkins of

i Dundee. Mr. and Mrs. P. W Kelly MANUFACTURING

I of Miami and granddaughter Miriam ; .. CO. PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETSI
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Church of Christ Street, Winston-Salem

Corner 10th and McMaho H1WAY Keystone Heights..; Next WeekAt lina.You are required to appear or,
BAYLESS % August 30. 1>34. in the above na; ;.d
Preaching A. 1L and 7:3-: I Florida Theatre"Night Court and cause, wherein plamtitt
by Mrs. Sara McDonald seeks divorce.
P. M. by Mrs. O. E. Crosby&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAALAA By Polly Walt Jr. Bradford County Telegraph hav",
Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud : &AAAAAA AA AL A A ALA A ALA AALA People," starring Greg- publish this Order in next fou.
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. TTTTTTTTTTTfTfTTTTTfTffTThe ory Peck, is the story of the in- weekly issues.
Mrs. M. Schultz and son. Dick. Witness my hand and offu-;
Rev. Guy Lee of Starke filled 'of Miami are visiting Mrs. Pat Brooker Baptist Sunday trigue that goes on almost everyday seal at Stark, Florida ths July 2S.

Church of God the pulpit at Bayless Hiway Sun- Fraher. School and B.T.U. sponsored a fish between East and West Ber- 1934.(OFFICIAL, SEAL) ChJtrtes A. Darby
r Methodist Church i I! At The Tabernacle I day morning and evening in the Mrs. Libby Campbell and Chil- fry Friday evening at the community lin. It will play on the Florida's As Clerk of said Court
i Sunday School 10 Morn- new By Marian U Crosby:: Deputy Clerk
a.m. Cinemascope
screen Sunday,
absence of the pastor. Rev. H. C. dren have returned from a vaca- center. They centainly hada I Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Build-
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church F. S. Sacker of /ilia Plumosa ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening Martin. Rev. and Mrs. Martin and tion of several weeks. wonderful crowd.and everybody I Monday and Tuesday.The ing. Jacksonville Florida.

School; 11 a.m. Morning worship. gave the message last Sunday at Service 7:45: p.m., Y.P.E. children are vacationing in Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davenport enjoyed themselves immensely.The picture was filmed in Berlin Attys. for Plf. 7, SO 4t 9. .'-I IIf )
Rev. Franklin Harwood of the I I and has such co-stars Brod- I
the morning service. He spokeon Service Wednesday 7:45 and They will be back the last of the who have been visiting Mrs.Davenport.s business meeting of the as
Farms will bring the ser p.m. erick Crawford Anita and I
c Penney :Mr. and Mrs. Bjbrk.
parents I
WMU held at the home of Mr.
I was
mon. The Pastor is away on vaca- the Bible and why it was given Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45: p.m. G. E. Wiggins, have returned to Rita Gam. : ( J
and Mrs. R. F. Gano Tuesday \ "
tion; 6 p.m. Recreation time; 6:45: out by the Gideons. There was Lawtey I The Daily Vacation Bible School their home in Greer, S. C. The story starts with the kid-
p.m. Fellowship supper for Intermediates special music by Mrs. Sacker, Mrs. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning *I closed Friday after a two week'sVery Linda and Julia Walker have .napping of an American G. I. by "
and Seniors; 7:15 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv successful term under the gone to Georgia where will Mrs. H. S. Anderson and children the East
Hippie and Mrs. Elmer Johns. they I German Reds. Broderick I t
Worship service for MYF groups; ing Saturday, '7:30 p.m. direction of Miss Dorothy Holland visit for a time and return with accompanied her husband. Crawford. as the father of the i ) I
& p.m. Union Evening Worship. The Friday and Saturday night of Atlanta. Miss Holland was as- their grandmother, Mrs. Eula Mr. Anderson, to the Jacksonville boy, arrives in Berlin to get his rALIoOwn 1

Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor of the services will" have new leaders ] Christian ChurchBible sisted by several ladies: of the Walker. airport. From there. Mr. Anderson son back. Gregory Peckt an armyC. ,J

A First Christian Church will bring and there will be a musical pro- j church commencement was held I Miss Isetta Davis and Mr. and I went to Texas on a business I. C. colonel is detailed to aid
the The handwork was Mrs. trip. '
message. Friday night. Ed Brooks
gram. Hear the young people in School 9:45: a. m. Worship are visiting Miss him in getting the boy back.
Monday: 3:30: WSCS Program I on display for the parents to see. Gladys Tillis. Laverne
I p.m. these services. I Service 11 a. m. and 8 p. I Dyal spent a few days Anita Bjork plays the part of
and business meeting- in the: I n. Prayer :Meeting each Wednes-I Refreshments were served at the Mrs. S. H. Swearinen! and two with Mac McDavid of Gainesville.Mrs. .I a spy who concentrates on keep-

Sanctuary; 7:30 p.m. Methodist lay 8 p. m. J. E. Sherwood,I I close of the meting by the ladiesof I I'I sons and a daughter of Quincy; 111.: I Fred Waldron and daughter ing Peck from his work. She also !-

Men. St. Mark'sEpiscopalRev. Iinister. I the church. are visiting the Leo1. lards. Glenda have been visiting Mr. and keeps him from his young secretary

Wednesday: 8 p.m. Visitation Raymond E. BlacBlaia I The Evelyn Crosby Circle of the Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Baker are ::\[rs. C. S. Kelley and Mr. and Rita Gam, who also has

Evangelism. St. Edward's Church I Bayless Hiway met with Mrs. I the proud parents of a baby girl, Mrs. Laverne Dyal.: designs on Peck.

Thursday: 7:30: p.m. Chancel Schedule of Services Wanda Crews Thursday night born :Monday: Aug. 2, in Gaines Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano visited The movie was written, produced. -

Choir Rehearsal. SUNDAYS Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. with nine members present. Refreshments ville Hospital. She has been named Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Gano and family -I and directed by Nunnally Johnson -

9:45 a.m., Church School 11 Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and were served by the Susan Camille.Mr. of Swan Lake Sunday.Mr. I which makes him one of the
Church'Sunday tun.. Morning Prayer &; Sermon; hostess at the close of the meet- .
Presbyterian ':3O: a. m.Children's and Mrs. William Reynoldsare and' Mrs. F. M. Vickery few triple-threat film makers in
6:30 p.m., Young People's Serv- Class Saturday 11 ing. The Maggie Norman Circle home from their trip to Highlands ;have been visiting relatives in I Hollywood. tNugtt1CYwytt

August 15: 9:45 a.m. ice League. a. m. tKeystone met with Mrs. Swinton Crosby N. C. They have a new Brooker recently. rs

Sunday School; 11t.m.. :Morning HOLY COMMUNION1st. Heights with four members present. Mrs. granddaughter Andrea Emily. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Crosby' to3d is tf9lcl1yt,
Sundiy 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday I Crosby served refreshments at the Thomas, born 16 ,
July in Raleigh
Worship Service Sermon by (Women's Club) and Wayne and Gwinn Thomas 1 Order Of PablitBtloB Aid :>.tlc. BywhLre atd does
7:30 close of the meeting. ,N. C.
Rev. George L. Parry Penney a.m. Sunday Mass 8 a. m. i visited relatives in Linden last !I I la Circuit Co.rt, Bradford C.o.tT. 'I certain
FRIDAY Hi Miss Cleva Carson has lost her confi\ to
The Brotherhood of Bayless Florldx la Chaacerr. I you
Farms guest minister; 8 p.m. Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. weekend. Wayne stayed with his
'7:30 Litany & Meditation. at pet recently. The bird escaped last Thomas :Manuel Cornatier Plaintiff, ,
p.m. way also met Thursday night
Union Serviceat Masses. relatives for few
Evening Worship Confessions before all a day. vs. Helen Irene Cornatzer Defend- cftrdfts.
8 Choir Rehearsal.RE"I"AL The refreshments week and has been missing ever I
the church. men enjoyed
Methodist Church, Sermon by p.m. Little John and Eddie Lewisof |iiit. Case No. 10-60
at the homes of the since. Any one seeing an ice blue To Appears Slate Of Florida To wAit Y eI
Rev. J. E. Sherwood. CONTINUESAT AIR PARK BAPTISTAir parakeet who says his name is Lake Butler spent the weekend I I! Helen Irene Cornatier. whose rest- II ; Did yo tvU .i .

Practice.Wednesday: 8 p.m. Adult Choir HI-WAY CHAPEL Park Baptist Church: Sun- W.M.U.Misses hostesses.Beverly Jo Crosby and ,Freddy Carson please take the with Amanda their Lewis.grandmother, Mrs. Starke Citizens 1 II i:I hou s for a "cu'tarage.fO

day School, 9:45: a. m.: Preaching Bernice Thomas enjoyed a week Luncheon guests of Mrs. j' I. come\ a ttr
Revival services will continueall Rotarians Rotary Anns and Aman- Eligible For Cash
Service, 11 a. m.; Training Union. vacation at Twm Lakes, Ga. They da Lewis I
next week at the Hi-Way Chapel guests enjoyed a chicken barbe- Sunday were you
6:45: p. m.; Preaching Service, 8 were accompanied home by Mrs. Mr.
and Mrs.
in Starke at 7:45 p.m. nightly. cue on the spacious lawn 'of Mr. Lewis and Citizens of Starke trading area ,
Services each Sunday in old Ma- Sunday School convenes at 10 a.m. p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednes- Arman Thomas who spent the and Mrs. Elmer Livingston last sons John and Eddie. Mr. and Mrs. !of good character and in need of J Ji !

sonic Hall E. Calls St. service at 11 "Come day 8 p. m.PENTEC0.srAL. weekend with relatives. Saturday Fifty Max Lewis of Jacksonville. and cash
on Sunday Worship a.m. evening. guests i I are eligible for our Loan J: Conner Bros.
School 10 a.m., Sae..iment Serv- thou with us and we will do thee Robert and Johnnie Mac Kelly. were present a reminder that thisis Miss Lattice Marie Rucker of Lake !services. Either on a Pay Day ;
ice 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. good." i HOLINESS I Marshall and Larry Crosby enjoyed the 50th anniversary. of Rotary, I Butler. I Status of $50.00 for 30 days at.i.
CHURCH a week's camp at Lake Ray- the oldest of the fine service I Mrs.
L many M. O. Harrell and William $1.75 interest or on the Famous
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:-- .- . __I- -' -- -- -_..--. -: I Morning Service 11 a.m. Barents attended a program at Those present were Ed and week at Kingsley Lake. Annette I Finance Co. by phone 5333 Gainesville
Evening Service 7:30: p.m. the Camo Thursday night which Phyllis Hussey. Herman and' Green joined them there for the or wrie P. O. Box 416 218 129 W. Call St. Phone 235

Prayer Meetings Wednesday they enjoyed very much. I Margaret Schroeder, Watt and weekend and Shirley Green, Kenneth W. University Ave. Gainesville

night J-A5: p.m. Saturday nignlIIEILBKOXX William Crosbv is enjoying his Ronnie Hardenbergh, Tom and I Green. Stanley Green. and i Fla. (Adv> Starke, Fla.

vacation from his duties at the Laura Southerland. Ed and Ruby Polly Wait joined them Sundav. :
RevivalDAILY State Prison. He and Mrs. Crosby Wiggins. Al and Louise afternoon. i I I- -
Roy and Maud Watkins Nelson'l
BAPTIST CHURCH and children are visiting her Allen Lewis" and Lattice Marie
Vi Chance Mac and Mildred Mc-
father at Zephyrhills who is very Rucker of Lake Butler spent"Sat- MOVINGLOCAL
Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- sick. I Crary. Huntley and Cathey Red- urday in Jacksonville.
ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 !(earn. Marty and Kitty Martin, ,
I I Mrs.
,p.m. Preaching 7:30: p.m. Prayer I Gerald and Ronald Crosby are''IMac and Hazel McKay. Cam and Amanda Lewis was visit- ,
,Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. -I visiting relatives in fiami. this i IJuanita Bastedo Irwin and Velma ing Mrs. Berry Dyal in Graham I Safe PHONE

,Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt pastor. week. I Menzten, Buster and Vera Aiken I Sunday. | OR S Dependable
7:45: P. M T. B. Pinholster. A. J. Compeau '
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Holly and 'Don and Pat Christoffers, Dick and I LOXG Economical 311
'I I and E. J. Stewart spent the day
son. Earl of Starke, were dinner.Anita Adams. lHSTANCE
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE aruests of Mrs. O. E. Crosby Sun- I I Rotary Anns Fran Livingstonand fishing last Friday at Lake Kerr S R. B. Alvarez OR

SOCIETY day. They and Mrs. Crosby"visited Lula Beebe. and guests: Dan near Salt Springs.We .
i land Ellen Davenport John and are sorry to report that Rev, Agents AND 250 J
Orange Park, Fla and Rev. and :Mrs.! Carroll in Tina Kelly :Mrs.: Mamie Lou Neel, F. B. Beard is leaving Brook r'' Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE co. _
Sunday service 11 a.m. Sun- Mrs. Alicia Hatch, Miss Gertrude soon to take the pastorate of the :
Woithington Springs Sunday aft- I
FLORIDA day School 11 a.m. Houser, and Harry Morgan. Baptist Church at Cicero Ill.
I Wednesday Evenings-ist Wed- ernoon.fr. Fii-.t Baptist Church STORAGEPerryman
:\ and Mrs.:Marcus Conner and
nesdav each month. S p.m. New members welcomed into the TTTTTTVTTTTVTTVTTTTTTTTTPINE
II Public cordially invited. Nursery children were shopping in Jacksonville church last Sunday were: :Mr.: and

AUGUST 22 -- SEPT. 5 'I maintained for all services. Monday. Mrs. John S. Holly Miss Glenda LEVEL BIdg. S. Court St.. Starke, Florida.

Community Center Building We"were very glad to hear that Holly and Johnny Nelson. -- -- .------

Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. little Vick: Bvrd is! raoidly! im- There will be no Vacation Bible

L "roving from her attack of polio.Phe School Thursday, but instead the by Mrs. H. M. McflaeIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. \

1Ar i \YOODLA\VN MISSIONARY I has been transferred to Hope I i Sunday School and V.B.S. picnic I ti 1 1V 1 r fY }: 1r c !

I BAPTIST CHURCH Ha" >n hosnital. Thursday afternoon (Aug. 12)), be- .

LAWTEY, FLA. Miss' Elizabeth Jackson of ginning at 3 o'clock. Friday will Dr. and Mrs. Peter Couley, of SUMMERS IRE t
MARVIN V. STEDHAMEvangelist I c-ta..Vp is' pn4in<>r this Week with I be the last day of Bible School anda Ft. Worth Texas. are guests of '

: 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Miss Glenda Crosby.We commencement program will be Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall this CJJlIH DAYTONA I

I preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:43: prayer certainly miss the J. R.Kell's. held at 8 p.m.. which will includea week. Dr. Conley is conducting,

I service. 7 o'clock song services, ., Thev have moved to town movie "Love Thy Neighbor." the revival meeting at Pine Level' BEACH flORIVfl 1 1$5O
7:30 evening services. "nfi ar<. O'un"ln!? the Nat. Stern- The public is invited to attend. Baptist Church. .j \\. j

I I I berg home. We hope they enjoy:' Rev. Joe Sciame Sha'may), Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and jI
I FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH their pastor of Pine Grove Baptist daughter, I
REV. L. D. HAINES new home. Sherley. the' .
Church, Gainesville. will
W*ddin& bells are rinerine-! for Youth Camp near Branford last I

; SONG LEADER Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Charles! Newman and Ethel How-I I both next morning Sunday Aug.and evening 15. services Sunday and was accompanied j

11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek ard of Gainesville. They are pet- : home by their son Lynn who has

1 MRS. L. A. CANOVA service Wednesday 7:30: p. m. tine! married this week. We wish ;, VVVVVYYYVVyyyyyy''yyyHIGHLAND spent several days there. .1 AS per ptrto*.

A. E. Massey, pastor. Ihpn th.. het of luck. Hear they :i Mrs. J. W. McRae and boys I dovbtoecc.from I II
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC Bible School-10 A. M. ".m reside in Gainesville where James and Danny are visiting her! July 1INCLUDING /

'h"v are employed. parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Wheeler 2 DELICIOUS MEALS ",

SEVENTH DAY >f.. and Mr<; Jo. Alston and i i I and a brother and sisterinlaw I fllfCPH'l pIa J Avo2obI.

ADVENTIST CHURCH Children of. Zennvrhills and MrsVei ': By Mrs!' Lacy Norman and family at Scottsboro, Ala.
I \ Services each Sabbath in old Alston of I>ake Butler were I I i Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton Specious Rooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Course

Bible Preaching .. Good Singing Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath -I 7iiting: Mr. and Mrs. William &A.&AAAAAAAj4AAAALALAAjEvelyn I were visiting V. E.'s grandfather 2 Private Pools Cabanas Private Beach

I School 2 p.m. Preachingeach I" ''- v over th. weekend. I Norman and Jannette Mr. Thornton who is very sick at

EVERYONE WELCOME i second and fourth Sabbaths Thought for the week: Do not I Griffis of Jacksonville, spent the Heilbronn Springs Sunday after- Putting Green Intimate Cocktail lounge Dancing

j ;J3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. ,'Mat off until tomorrow what can I weekend at home with friends and noon.Mrs. Planned Entertainment Fisherman's! Paradise.

-. [Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. [he done today It may be too\1 relatives.Mr. W. E. Hall returned home
I ,
'- -- -- .- -. --- -- -- .- -- -- I p Everyone welcome.CHURCH 'late.j and Mrs. Leonard Theodore last week after a visit with relatives writ for.r IttwvatloAt wire Ruth Slraytr* Bmhvn 0...Mfr, ..,.

I Norman and Zettie Pad ecU I at Macon and Rome, Ga.,
t==_ j rF.MF.tFRY WORKING I were in Jacksonville Saturday- on-- but spent most of the time at At-'

: There will he a remeterv work- business. lanta, where she attended the

I ln'!' at the New Hope Primitive Maggie Crews Freida Hardee, Thornbur familv reunion. I ffJ'

of CHRISTAT Baptist Church near Brooker in Gloria Vansan. Hughie and Irene The H. M. McRaeg returned i ii a ;;;
I Thursday Aug. 26.ASSEMBLY Austin were shopping in Jackson- i home on Thursday of last week

ville Wednesday. after spending several days with I r
i OF GOD Gloria Vansan. of I their son-in-law and daughter Mr. DIIICTIT ON TNI "WOIIB'S MOST fAMOUl $IACDAYTONA "
STARKE Callahan is
I ('or 10th & Hark 8t... I spending a few weeks here with t and Mrs. Robert Taylor of Mun- [ BEACH, flOIIDA

1 Block West of Bus Station Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morning friends and relatives. son Nursery. They were accompanied -:,
: Worship 11 a. m. Sunday Those attending church her Sun home by Mrs. Taylor and i
i Ni<"ht 7:45 n. m. Tuesday night I day and Mr. and Mrs. Olan Melvin. They :
a.m. p.m. were Amanda
7:45p.m.: Friday night 7:45p.m.: returned home Friday.Mr. i
Barbra Gene Wilkinson. Wilbur -
Series I
to a :Mobela. Jonnie Mae Strickland : and Mrs. A. R. McRae and ;I
rEMrTTERY WORKING I I Winfred son. Buddy and the H. M. McRaes
Wilkinson, Rev. G. W. I
I There will be a working at De- i i Wynn and wife all of Jacksonville.Rev. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. J ,
,dan Cemetery on Thursday. Aug. i" McRae of Crosby Lake Sunday
Knight and family,
19. and all interested persons are I II afternoon
Leonard and
I asked to come and take part. It i iI I j I jof Maxville. Everyone is welcome to the Re-
I is planned to make this an annual i j i vival Meeting at Pine Level i No pinching
Mr. and Mrs. Berten Couen- ,
I affair on the Thursday after the ,.! Church this week. We urge you '
rithers of Jacksonville were visiting -
NIGHTLYAT third Sunday in August every :year. ;I! to attend and hear this great man I
AUGUST 26TH I the :Marts: family. prying or
| -E. B. Crosby Clerk. of God.
I j I Lacey Norman and son, Larry,

8:00: P.M. i!business.were in Gainesville Monday 'on' important"Productive and land basic is capital the assetof most wedgingMcCulloch's j \

LET US FILE YOUR SAW Mr. and :Mrs.: Richard :Mosely: all nations of important size."

With j on our New Foley ind children Terry and Sharon. Dr. H. H. Bennett. : NewPlunge
I I spent the weekend with :Mrs.: Mos-

AUTOMATIC SAW FILER I ely's parents the Louie Carters.of I

BRO. WALTER HENDERSON I I Clay Hill. :' -- --' .' :---=-- -. : ._--.. Bow Saw

I They'll cut | James and Virginia Norman returned -

I like new when home after spending sev- Wash Your Clothes .
Arkansas -
Of <
'- 'b 'f '-
Paragould -' -'- -
filed on our ,! eral days in Jacksonville with 7 ; .,, : :: t.ts :
I precision ma / I- ''I friends and relatives. 9 Pounds ( ;n "or! rt Ml te \Y .'; i
I Church NeSunday .. _. _. ,
'Come now, and let us reason together saith the Lord: Isa. 1 :18. chine. In a I 40c! '- "" -' ,-.-... ;s,; ;' --,' .
I few minutes I school 9:45; Worship For -- -"- ----- - ----v- --- -- --

All authority hath been given unto me in heaven and on earth." you'll have I service, 11 a.m.; 8 pjn.; Prayer H. mon stooping bending or kneeling thanks to the great

Matt. 2S:1S. caws-that cut cleaner truer neeting 8 p.m. each Wednesday; FREE Bleach If Desired! new MeCuIloch Plunge Bow Chain Sew Yes, it saves your bock,

faster. Bring your saws in 'Teacher's meeting each Sunday, your time-gives mort cuts per doy end cuts those stumps right
"(;lod is a spirit : and they that worship him must worship in spirit and truth 7 I
today-you'll like our sp edysrrke. down to the ,round. And tbofs a big saving in money, too. You
John :21. Mr. and Mrs. David Kirkling We Will tat cut witfc the end of this improved bow saw and the tapered"
and children of Jacksonville
I a were bl.4. prevents pinching.Th "fortified" edge (hard facing added.
What Do You ? friends and here Dry Your Clothes
Authority Worship visiting reJatives
By All! Saws ReToothedAnd on around> lasts longer end also increases chain lift. The I S- tlcla

Filed Sunday p.m.Thought For 20c I Plunge Bow is BOW available for McCutloch Models 47 end 430,
for today: Be ye doersof I
COME OUT AND HEAR SCRIPTURAL SUBJECTS All Hand Saws 50e the word,' :nd not hearers only In New Automatic Driers! I *o Ho'martcr who" '011'" cutting, ,oll'n cut better easier, mare !

PLAINLY AND FRANKLY DISCUSSED ACCORDINGTO 163; X Water St. l'h.Ht-\\' deceiving yourselves. James I economically with e McCulleck Plunje low !


Bro. Walter Henderson, Paragould, Ark., EvangelistBro. Knives All New, Scissors Equipment, Etc. CHRISTIAN HAMPTON CHURCH The Washeteria I 2727 N. W. 6th Street Gainesville, Fla.

I Bible School 10 a. in.; WorshipS I AND

H. J. Waters, Starke, Song Leader CALVIN JOHNS ice 11 a. m.; Youth Program Temple Ave. Starke 1927 N. Marion St. Phone 1675

465 N. Water St. 6:30 p. ro- Eveninsr Service 8 Lake City. Fla.
p. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon: pastor. -, __J-= _ = :_f f

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wyvy yyyyyyyyyyvvvyvvvvvvymyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyyy I 1 New Restaurant I grees and 35 minutes West a distance !twenty-four, and fifty-two hui -
i Children's Group of two hundred fifteen and Idredths (U.i!) feet to point of be-
\ sixty-fire hundredths (!1I.65) feet (ginning.
(2 'r By to an iron stake; run thence South Raring! IB the above adscript: >n
T 1'4rr4
0 degrees and : minutes West a distance -I( bearing of the centcjliue -
of one hundred ninety and of State Number ZOO ."
new restaurant under Rod
con- eighty-seven hundredths (1 OI7) i established and determined by ; "
I Yj Names SpeakersThe i struction now on Highway 301. feet to an iron Make: run thence !!Florida State Koad Department.
iI North Sit degrees and 57 minutes i
just south of the 301 Motel, is West a distance of fifty-nine and i You and each of you ate her-'i%
I notified that a Bill of CVmpia'n
owned by W. H. Noegel and Gene seventy-three hundredths ((59. *
The author will bo glad t. re- : has been filed in the Cinu t < 'ir

cele items of interest concern- 4 appointment of a speakers ;i; ]Noegel and will be operated by South feet to 0 degrees an iron and stake 19 ;minutes run thence West j of Bradford County, FI.r.da 'II

log the activities of farmers in bureau to acquaint civic groups, '[ I Gene and Elizabeth :Noegel. I a distance of one hundred seventy- jchancery.'( No. 5 i.by The JonesLanjctordWhPost Amen. a:. Leg -'

Bradford County. Suggestions schools, etc. with problems faced It was previously reported that t ne and seventy-seven hundredths Department of FlorIda. a* pia-nt .'
maybe 41 I ((171.77) feet .an iron stake on theSouth I
left at the Telegraph office or in this county, featured the Au- II! W. H. Noegel was the sole owner. line of aforementioned South and defendants agal.t; you that and'each the nature"f! ">tau'U .ts' \

mailed to Sun McGarvey. Lawtey c-- gust meeting of the Bradford and Half:>'run minutes thence West North along 59 degrees saidSouth ''suit is to quiet and ,'.nfrl "

County Childrens Committee held ;| FOR CITY COUNCIL line a distance ->f seven hundred j I I title White of Post plaintiff.No. 5S.Jon.-L.Ugfu'Th.m..rHar f

By Sam McGarvey j Monday noon in the Methodist j thirty-nine and ninetreighthundr..dth j Legion, Department ot Fl.'r at4..
(739.98) feet to of
I hereby announce myself I point the above lands f.-
";LZ1 as a d..scribe '- ->
- . . . .. .. .. .. .. . . . . . recreation building.The for beginning. EXCEP any portion I simple title: and you are : l'ju.d:
'.&&&&&aaaaaaaaaaaaa. &&&a LA LAAA ALA A LA ALA LA. Candidate i re-election to the thereof I the right of ,.
bureau will be composed as to appear and serve a < "i"!' f y. uanswer
1 way of any road or street. .
| City Council in the September City: and pleadings on 1'laintif, -
Spems that all the time we've days" won't bring rain. follows: Rev. W. S. McAliley. i! election. I AIjSO. EXCEPTING the following attorney, A. J. Thomas Jr: li-".
Having served one term !described parcel: .
heie, worKing almostall U S S | address is Starke, Florida and
been living chairman H. P. Morgan. Judge I
An exciting game of horseshoes hold the attention of these aged : !Jon the Council, I feel that I am !|i For point of reference commence i file the original of your .1 1'-
the time, we've 'Just needed a Hogs sure have been bringing ,T. A. Yawn, Dr. Florence Jennings, at an iron stake at the intersection pleading in the office .(
residents of Moosx-haven the Loyal Order of Moose home for retired I well acquainted with the problems !I)of the North line of aforementionedSouth th.il' .
good excuse to drop evening and the money in lately. Mayor J. R. I Dr. A. Y. Covington. E. L. Mat- signed Clerk of Cirl'ul ("'iirt i.September
of the city at this time and believe half.IS1of. Southeast quarter 6. Iiii4: otherth"i .i -
go fishing. Now with Alice'sbrother I Wainwright of Starke told us of members at Orange I'ark. John Milo, membership director is organizing I I thews, P. T. Noun Mrs. Edward I'j! (SE,) of- Southwest quarter legatioiiA of said complain; \\.I1 I

Frank, and his two boys getting a good price for a sow gilt 1 a chapter of the Moose in Bradford County and can be contacted Burns Mrs. Jane Trawick. L. H. I am qualified to serve you well (SW() and aforementioned Westerly taken as ..onf..e by you
for another term. I will boundary of Temple Avenue .
Gene and Robert with us. we have and 17 pigs and Oscar Carter gota through the Chamber of Commerce. Gibson. and Mrs. E. A. Hall. appre- '',;and run thence South seventeen Oi) IT IS FURTHER ORDEltKP t ..'
I this Order of Publication and Nice -
vote and
I elate your support. .
the excuse and we go as often as I good price for a load of fine' Mrs. Hall gave an interesting! II degrees and t"'e, tysix6) minutes ( be f irthwith, pubh-l"d -n >

we can now. We went down to [white No. 1's, and then bought a I EmployerEmployeeRelation GI Bill Training report on the quarterly. meeting of'JEwe'.l Lawson. ,i boundary West a distance along said of three Westerly hun j teach weeks week in Bradford for four Count cmi} .-u'Te.. '' -

Cedar Keys, a wonderful unspoiled load of shoats to feed off. I the Florida Childrens Commission. i i dred sixteen and three tenths (316.- graph. a qualified n\ -P.III-:
DiscusssedAt Deadline 20 :3) feet iron stake thence I dil'
August an ; run
Gulf' coast town, and had a S I I held recently in Ft. Lauderdale. AOTHT2 Florida TO Matulen CREDITORS I!'North eighty-nine (S9) degrees and I published WITNESS m said> hand Count an.l ..ff. .

load of fun catching crabs, swim- Herbie Crews of L wtey. and ; Rotary Meeting For Some Vrterans: I She stated that the local commit- In The Court Of The County Judge' ;fiftfive of (5 t5)and minut.' West a hundredths distance ', seal at Starke. Bradfl'I.d"\ .

Got two his brother-in-law Mr. Buckley '! Bradford County, Florid, fOf' eighty-eight Florida this August ; IOFFI'IAL :'",I
and picnicking. tee received at this
ming, j high praise I! In Profcale. I (ll.SS) feet to a ma..nr.huiding .

dozen big crabs, and had a feastof showed us a big swamp rattler :| Better relations between employee A. J. Thomas J County Serv- I meeting and was used as a model j I I IN:" UK: Estate of :Nellie" B. V'U1'dett.1'beginning.const-tided for of point !. ( of Circuit SEADCharle-t'OUrtt.. Ii l'r.t I rIClerk <\-
crab meat later. they got over at New River. Any j and employer was the program ice Officer. annoi1'"' es that!, veterans for counties of this size. i i I'To Deceased. I thus described run Xorth seventytwo -- i f'rd County, FII.rida. .

S creature has a right to be ugly. ,i topic at the Rotary Club I who were discharged on or before One new member, Mrs. Louise j j Claim tit Creditor or Uea'Rad.11110'* and Person Hatinitj "! Said 1| (7!) degrees and thirtyIthree ,I b t :

We tried a different direction, but old :Mr. Rattlesnake, he abuses | Wednesday with J. H. DuPre i I August! 20 1952 and who I Kite, representing the hospital !! F.wtate: I Northerly I:!:;edge minutes of wall, West of said along building the- I II

next, when we scooted up to Doctors the privilege. nanager of the Blanding District, I have made application for Certificate board of trustees, was welcomedat notified You and and each required of you to present are hereby any a distance hundredths of twenty-three, (23.41) feet andfortyone W. C. T. U.

Inlet, got in a boat and tried I Florida Power & Light Co., in of Eligibility to enter train this meeting.The I claims and demands which you or to a corner of said building: run .1'

cur luck at fishing. The fish showed Frank and the* boys shelled out charge. ing under the Korean GI Bill must resignations of Rev. F. B. i''estate i i either of of you.Nellie may B. Burden have against deceas-the thence South seventeen (17) 01Ilr."s (TIf BEFORE YOU DIU.NKYOf -

no interest in our efforts, how- about 20 Ibs. of Crowder peas and i i I The speaker stressed the importance be in and actually pursuing their j 1 Beard and Mrs. G. W. Roberts as ed. late of said County, to the County and along tw.ny-\.n the Westerly(;edge i) of. I I WOI F.ABLE TO .UT-
of Bradford :
while were waitingfor then he planted them in the landwhere course of training with or with members of the committee were i: Judge County Flor- wal of said building a distance ofjsexen .)
and we
ever, I of good relations between | | ida, at his office in the court hou<-e and
the fish to work up an appe- we plan to set out our berry I I management and labor in a sue- j lout the applied for Certificate of' i accepted with regret.. Rev. Beard. i"lur said County at Starke. Flurida. I II !:! < 7.:::> nn thirty-two then e "Soulh( eights TiE NATIONAL.
I Iwithing
eight calendar months from
tite, we all got hungry instead so patch next season. So we got quitea i cessful business and gave several !Eligibility on or before August 20, j a Baptist pastor at Brooker, is the time of the first publication of I II ::111"( > I tx'"> ii. crci's Ki-i: .1..ne>i iMr.1'1\';:. <--[\of, l'IOIBITISIST.

we hurried home to our chores, lot from the original row we I suggestions as to how this might 1954.Not :i moving to Cicero. 111. when he this notice. Each claim or demand 0 1'I"t.-
I shall be in writing and shall Mat.- -
with only three crabs as consola- planted we sold some, ate some, I:be attained. having received the Certi-I will have charge of the Baptist the place of residence and p,,--t of-

tion. froze about 20 packages and then ficate of Eligibility' by the all important -I| Church there. I fir* address of the claimant a lid
I) A. J. Thomas. club president I shall be sworn tc by th- cl.um.ini '
rf got enough seed to plant another |, announced that attendance aver- deadline date will be no i i his agent. or attorney: and any MH-II WINK LER ELECTRIC SERVICE

Daisy had a calf not long ago. area. age of the club has fallen below excuse for the Veterans Administration -'Ervin Andrew Gets claim'be void.or demand not s>o filed sii.ili

which Robert named Rusty. We I:90 in recent months and urged I allowing the veteran toflter \Ita H. Johns

treated the navel with iodineRnsty's. He also started some tomato. i!1 *> training after August 20 Pharmacy Degree As administrator of th' .i-: ; it-: '
members to make their .
up of fJellie It Burden. >! >< i d!
( not Robert's of course). cabbage. broccoli. Kohl rabi and tendance at a nearby club when !, 1954Thomas Flr..t i publication July ::0. 1",4 /nN.

but screw-worms got in anyhow other seeds in the cold frame. We I j i they are forced to be absent on i I further stated that all i, :;,. I' _

and we had to catch the calf and hone to have some good plants to Wednesday. i I I I veterans who will have been discharged In The ('''U''T Judge' < ourt In

trp 't it. With this latest addition set out just as soon as it cools i two or more years from .\..
we now have 11 head: the off and is wet enough. I II i the Korean conflict as of August IN: UK: : ESTATE OK
National Guard Unit
laft six have been heifers and after S. i I I,,20., 1954 must make application l.i\l.\A I A. KENNULUS, AND

we butch Slugger we'll have all Harold Eunice had some trouble Looks For New Men I'and i be in active pursuit of his or NOIUK: I)!' 1'.0' TO I > M ll\l..

females left. !starting'; a tractor. He put some of I her selected course of training by 1 APPLICATION FOK FI.VILDIsCII TELEVISIONSales

U S U the carburetor jets in his pocket, Starke's National Guard unit, I August 20. 1954: if they expect to |'ll > "LI.WHO IIT\l.\rl.\I\UU.K : I I.N

We had a very enjoyable evening cranked it up. and the tractor ,Hq. and Hq. Company. Second Bat- I I take advantage of the Korean GI I j Noiue is hereby given fli.n. I i ." .

; this week with Mrs. Louis I roared right off. Maybe they're''(talion. 124th Infantry. has open- i!'Bill I: Education Benefits as administered I' filed 14'! uf lilY the final Estate report of "::i rnn.l.\,., A'lir, :, I i. ,--

ir'i. and Bryant and Ethel Reddish j nutting too many part in a tractor ings for four or five men. Those I,I by the Veterans Admini- ii"lil. dr.t-astd; that I h." ,- -- % "
) who would like to join the unit I 1 I stration. :, m> petitiun fur final ili-. h i ",- -- and Service
going over some of the early !
fcliould at the Starke .ini.1 thai I will apI.I| l> to I ii- I ll .rTlieron
records of Lawtey. Maybe Law- SOur I. A. Yawn. County JinlurHrad'ord ,6. .

tev is going to grow again now; : little power mower i is I'ivI Armory. Members of the local .Mayor, Tries 27 ('"unn', Florida, .i r I 1" i"1 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida
unit teceived over $5,200 in1' '|o'clock A.M.. on the 7th ila\ i.iSeptember. ; -
it is showing signs. I iflg us a fit these days. Trouble. : A.D., 1'''''. for a."r..1"f .
S S S it seems to us. is that the fool quarterly drill checks last week. Cases During July the same and for final diM h.irtir "

I I ,| Sgt. Joseph N. Warren grad uat- :j I .administrator of said estate.Tins .
Among these who have recently thins is not even trying tp run. It' 'Ii August 3, 1954.
settled here in the wheezes!ed from the Advanced NonCornj j i The City of: Starke received $;)67 liK. <). I,. PATTENAdministrator
County are PDlutters. pnd chokes and
'missioned' Officers course at Ft. 'j from. fines and forfeitures during of the 1-1..1.: It Rent It Trade It

northerners, who really come from I ind lust barely keens 2'oineand ,' Benning. Ga.. last Saturday. Sgt. .j' the month of July, according to a of Krvina .\. Ketuioids.deceased. Sel
way up north -- Alaska as a mat we know about how it feels. for Ol'I the |'I -
I Warren had attending [ monthly rPDort on the cases:; tried 8 6 4t Ii i ::::7
ter of fact. Mr. and Mrs. JamesB. some days we have the same symp- I
course for 15 weeks. [
Wells, and children Jimmy. toms. I In 'I lie Circuit ( oai : Of Florida
Cpl. Zack Crawford graduated J Twentv-seven : Kidith: Judicial; (Circuit la And
Michael and Sharon. are located S S U i ca.cesTP"P;
from the Wheel Vehicle Mechanics Fur llradford (Count.
Good Results
j; Rales Easy To Place
now on a 32-acre farm in South Peanut, the dwarf black calf. isso I brought before Mayor Wainw right In ('ha fleer). Lou
Ft. 5.
at i ii i
course Benning on Aug.
I during the month. Cases involving .
bought from the
Ingle- small that she can walk right i ICpl. Crawford has attended the ,n I >KS-iAXGFOKi-WHm: : POST LSS.OX"
the heaviest fines were for the ::0' > 6. THE AMERICAN: I.Ki.loX: WORD
rights. A most hearty welcome I through the barbed wire fence j school since June 1. The course E.U'UIHTOS.L 2c
. to the Wells. around the kitchen garden. She 'covers general repairs and maintenance following charges: driving while Ervin Andrews. son ot Mi and Plaintiff 'i IHM'OI NT OF 1: PElt tIT O' TWO Oil MORK I\SKRTIO\*

S U S has discovered there is hairy indigo t I of army vehicles. intoxicated resisting arrest. and Mrs. R. R Andrews: 01 New Rn't>J". vs. .
attempted jail break. $60; intoxi- i iKuniin.v T\xn AXE 1111111;HAI 2Sr U)>1T10> U. "'II HI.I"nn OR \U' >OT pun 1 tilt \" K:
It's so dry now around our way growing there and she likesit i Two other guardsmen are at i graduated from the University of T10X COMPANY OF FLORIDA, I -

that our strawberry runner plants and is gettingfat; on it. How- ,school at this time. SFC, Billy cated and resisting arrest. $50; I Florida Monday receiving a degree ,! OIIIIKH et al.: 01- PIlIl.ll'TIO''U Defendants. ] ME-MOKIAMS. CARDS OF ThANKS RESOLUTIONS 20c' Per Line
intoxicated and assault
she don't dare taller : is the officer's with a i of Bachelor of Science in Phar- i 5 WORDS TO EACH
have it's ever, as grow Dansby attending | ,1)I'II'IU APPHAH I (COUNT LINE)
quit running just
Just without getting scratched she is candidate course and SFS. Frank deadly weapon. $50; and driving mac)'. He will intern at Jones I I I

good common sense on their part, I while intoxicated, $50. I,Apothocary in Jacksonville until | The following named defendants ,
petting long like a frankfurter Dryden is attending the radio me- i wh. are residents of the State uf

for no matter where they look, She mav be the only combination !chanics course at Ft. Benning, Ga. Twelve cases involved intoxi-i ,April. 1955, when he will enter the 'Florida: I pOWKR by the hour LAWN" MOWER f..r .1'1
: P. A. .rin'on.'hosl' residenceand ; A. J. Thomas. Starke. Fla.II Tlnjr's Ser ice Ia.
it's just plain burned up. And cow and Dachshund in captivity Recently promoted were: J. L. cat.ion: two were for drunk and I Air Force. I address is Baldwin. Florida; I thin Temple Av*. tfchgOLD

right now it looks as even the "dog I ( Alvarez, Sgt. to SFC.; Marklee ,disorderly; two were for speeding; II Andrews was commissioned up- Florence It. Drown, a widow individually \* IIAOS
Jand on his graduation as a second'lieutenant and a" sole devisee and WANTED-Bpst pn
Norman. Ray F. Griffis WilliamB. I one each for: intoxicated, robbery
I paid for .
'legatee under the will of Marcus F. FOR SALE g'I'o. Ilan. ..U"1 ngs
vet.Dog Stanley and and in the Air Force Reserve Brown Xo khaki or \\ ",, Telegr.iIh
Leslie Biggs Gets Ordinance Bobby Crosby, Cpl. : possession of whiskey: 1 deceased whose residence I \
to : having completed four yearsof and address i. SCarier, Florida; i I _
Sgt.; Sidney Jackson, A. Q. disturbing the intoxication i fromStarke.
: I
peace llrautilul home.ite.
Sharon Hal) Locke, mir fOR RENT
Job I ROTC. He will be formerly Sharon II -rnfurnished house Inquire
Inspection Smith Ned Pringle, Gerald and assigned to well, fruit tree*. .I O feel -
Gay possession of illegal whiskey; Hall whose residence and address | at Bus Station. -f
'Bites' Back and James Williams Pfc. to Cpl. I no driver's licence flight training fol about 13 months is Starke. Florida: i frontage ('.unCT Road, fertile I
With Co. ; disorderly con- bal-
Plywood A. D. Martin and land. donn payment
after he goes on active dut). j Martin 1IH.QI LET J. 0 OI1OM.
The newest member of the unitis duct; fighting; and obstructing While his wife, whose residence and address ailed HINDLK YOtHCATTLK .R.

The Hardwood Plywood Institute Recently the city council put Sgt. Jesse E. Sherwood who traffic. attending college, he was is Starke, Florida; T"" !. on MocMnbou "r eC. .AMI HOGS
an active member of Kappa Phi II i iI i S. K. Simmons whose residenceand \.e., lblwkx ,. -S.tLES _
01 Chicago. Ill., stepping up its I "teeth" in the city ordinance I I transferred from Company L | I Pharmaceutical Fraternity" Gam- j address is Starke. Florida; one block lo Boa from Mali Temple.. Price 11,4, Llvr Oak l-jn-fc Wrdaridarainr

quality control program recently dogs roaming the streets, I 211th Inf., Bradenton. Fla. He isi Eight T. Frank Landruni. \vho.--e resid.n4e i- <; ..tlllr r.arh Friday
against Women
| Attend i ma Sigma Epsilon Templesadd. :
I '' Honorary and address is Starke, Florida Fractional Hlwrk S. t m M _
employed Leslie Biggs of Starke |: I I of the First Christian'
j aI pastor Kleienlb Sta.
by providing a dog catcher, ,Chemical Fraternity "Mortar & ; ei1. Lake and : %VAXTEOThre.niiddleagrd ,.
to conduct a continous plant in-j i Church of Starke. School Lunch Program Florence E. Brown, whose, residence Seteral ""'r huIlili>K iota' -*"I. for maintenance and in -a
pound, and penalties.Sam I ,Pestle. the student branch of the ]i| and address ib Worthington the nbole. ground a iiInqulie |>
spection service. I II for i at -New KillKslej) Jirai h.JKOR
Rosenberg's dog bit some- i American Pharmaceutical Asso- Florida; I : .
Mr. his ''' I Eight women from Starke are | Florem-e I. Brown whose, resi- lluuei Mon under .lmcll n.
Biggs began new dutie..1 one not long ago according to''Negro Woman Killed among more than 800 of Florida's cation, and the Advanced Officers ;j d..ncf' and address is 2S06 Silver Prl.-e *HMK) no l. IMJNHMM Pay ; KKNT
in June and he and his jr'Ut.lMI wbta loan i -Three or lour run, i iI
Atlanta ; testimony at Mayor J. R. Wain- By Car Near Starke I school lunch personnel from 61 Club. I i Street Florida Apartment 2. Jacksonville, si00.00, 00"0. ,. >meal a. i al'orll.nl comfortably itirni>h>- pcct to move to the lat- j court Monday morning I Andrews graduated from Brad- i' ; I ..I..d.00..1 I room.and bath. rlivtrnku.. h> i...
!j wright's police counties in George Knpt'\OU""Ii. whose re.sidence Ion ii" MS.I5.
taking the
part shady
ler part of this month. I i la\n. 1
and the ordinance "bit" back, f-jrd High School in June. 1950. and address is Starke, }Flori I A'aiall.ug.
I Trellie Douglas, negro was kill- wide training program on the cam- da house's will be ready for I iir.L.. II. Ilark, '.I I ltd
A graduate of the University of ,when the Mayor fined Rosenberg ; I before purchase and loan I Kasl Stark., 1 mile from tall .-
ed near Starke last week when Thelma Dyal. pane
of Florida
State formerly Thelma
pus University in Make R-.dp
Georgia where he received a B. S. ran be P1"- P. 1. R"I -I'
> Andrews J.V.. : 1lle
525.j I Births ; Andrews Jr., and
she was struck by a car driven by Tallahassee 1-6. I AdmissionsAt ,., Ibere, will
Aug. William iir .lr..UOA ..
dtgree in forestry in 1941 Biggs:, Anthony Andrews, whoseresidence { when our belie l.. KOU KENT-Furnished .
Effectiveness of the to delay ) apartment.one !
j! campaign Hel man Floyd :Miller of Knoxvlile, and address is be .
for the last three years has been, I The week's course features Doctor's Clinic Starke read 0 [ bedroom and glassed-ir sleep' -
off the streets of Florida as sole heirs at laof J.
keep dogs Tenn.
stray ing ,
A corner's brg.n
found her
lumber and plywood for jury courses in school lunch \V. prch. r.n
inspector Andrews, deceased .. beias CUR-
program ; | These hou e are
j din 46
Starke is shown. by the fact that i kich..n ald Shut
the Corps of Engineers South At-11'! death to be an unavoidable acci- operations nutrition, organizationand | The following birth occurred atDoctor's II. .irucled bj lien f. Hall well 1 or apply at net.a Auto ,i'ai-
since May 1 of this year there THE STAT1Oo" FLORIDA, To: local builder aad .u.tr.- I
Untie Division with dent, and Miller was freed from i knonn
headquarters'have been 67 dog licenses issued management, and bulletin pro- i Clinic Hospital in Starke 1'I Florida .and and Immigration lur. t
in Atlanta. He began his career any guilt of her death. duction. II iccently: (Company of Florida and its un- WA.\Try>-Dooming l.u-me-.
i:by the City Clerk, as compared I known successors trustees, stockholders i (ity lots. hat d. ,.a want1
as a timber cruiser and | I opening available l"r r-
manager I with only 7 issued all last year. Testimony at the corner's inquest Conducted by the school lunch I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Starling, and other claimants by I ha.r it. IfEI."! man or Homan with
of Timberland, Inc., a through or under it,
Joseph F. IJa-
indicated that the woman division of the State j of Lawtey a son. Sheldon Edwin to call on farm muiieu 'in
of Brunswick Pulp and Co. About 75 per cent of all dogs Departmentof beck also known as Jpseph T. Ua- A. J. THOMAS (' Full
Paper ounty. or -par-" '
was intoxicated and the on July 21 Mr. and lradfur
in ; Mrs. beck. and
was Education. the training Josephine if. lu.beck. his .. .
Later as a district forester for picked up by the dog catcher so programis I wife I to }49 a day Writ.MrNeyo
''far have been I middle of the road when the car designed to supplement the con- Ray Waters, of Maxville. a daughter whose last known address was i HKII. F"TATK DEiLERUl Co., I'. O. Box 'bb l>---
Southwest Georgia, he directed strays; any dogs -Mailland. Florida, Mary Jane Rising! Soto
Station. M Trnn4ij
struck her. She had been Gwendolyn Lucille Waters, Mary I*. I Templeae.. Telep.oae 2HMarke "mphis.
picked up with licenses are reported previously tinuous training programs in counties on Rising ant O. M. P.imng.! < i :
forestry activities in that area. I> warned July 21, Mr. and her husband t" D. Miner, also Florida
to owners.Melissa by another driver to where such programs exist Mrs. How- 1 know I'riah
n as D. Miner and Sar-
In his new position. Biggs will be get out of the middle of the road. and to train school lunch personnel ard Lee Bray. of Raiford, a son, ah M.; Miner, his '" ife. Gertrude. W. :1'I'EJOP SI'KEAIIKK Cali-um. SKIJVICK l.uiuu'--'nui.-I :

the first inspectcr to devote his The corner's jury was made up, for counties where there are Jerry Wayne on July 26Ir.; and 'jVan Pelt, W. N. Meacham. ( J. IIus-I' OOK WAXTEI.u .N.-. Kingsley i Spreader.-.gri All work guaranteed
time exclusively tj such activity. Todd Johns I |band and Eliza Husband his wife. IVach 'f chI "'. M. Clevenger. 23ii7.Caineyville : .
of L. L. Conner. Edwin Green, no school lunch supervisors.Each I Mrs. Jimmv H. Johnson of Law- i If. C. Brown also known as C. II. I'I'I I or write phone< : i lb..

Plans call for inspection visits to Dies In Palatka Seeber D. Goodman, F. G. Hemingway person completing the tey. a son, Jerry _Ray. on August Brown. also known; as Charles II RADIOS REPAIRED livery. liain"'it'. "I"rt 4ti| <- 7
plants of all nwmber I I Brown. J. M. n !'ine-. Anna 1.. Rising
companies. W. M. Edwards, and Isiah week's course will receive 30 hours 1.I1 and Mary Uising Young. James 1/. :; -1 M.."" All Modelsle..oaahle guarantee KOIt SALE-l>rop Head Singer Sea

1 Melissa Todd Johns, 86, resident'of Hardenbrook. credit to be recorded in the School i Hospital admissions were: Mrs. !:bowling P. ,II.also known as J. H. Dowl- CII1S. .C..rK.IHFPHtHI- io Machine. Perfect. $:;.". < >n-

Steve Starling, 74, Starke for the past 38 years I The accident occurred on High- Lunch Office. State Departmentof i Lillian Allen. Mrs. Alton Dobbs, ''known ing. known Haskins.address was whose Jacksonville. last- )I '8J W. e.l St. Ph. % upright B. P"\'in.sewing.. l.wt.i machine. .. Kla J-1'I lrniin| W i" >

died in a Falatka Hospital Saturday Bill I Flu.. Edwin i'. Touzalin. ai-.. .
100 about Education. I Spence Dorothy Warren I Standard Oil Station, l I..iute' !I' ,
Dies In Jacksonville way a mile from Starke I known as Edwin C. Tauzalin and

j I morning following a lingerIng towards Keystone Heights. Women attending the shortcourse I' Patsy Thomas. Paul F. Hazen :|C lady> Touzalin, his wife whose last ,' Electric Motors KINGM.KTfOTTAKK LtkI:
illness. I Iall of Starke Mrs. Hazel I known address was Jacksonville
from Starke : Starling.
Steve are: Alice Jenkins -
Starling. 74, who has resided .Florida. Lawrence L. Howard, also
in Lawtey since 1914 died at Mrs. Johns was born in Way- Negro's House Minnie Johns Mildred Law- Mrs. Emogene Stevens. Mrs. Dorothy known a!' I.. L. Howard and oldie j REWOUND AND beautifully landscaped gr..u rid-.

the home of his daughter, Mrs. F. cross. Ga., on March 15, 1S6S. Her !son. Ida Burney. Ruby Cooper Johnson all of Lawtev: ;!|1 known M. Howard address, his was wife.Miami wJiose Rl.. Baymond last > SERVICEDSmal long.. dock, bulkhead. l l"o'II.'j"l
-! e porch on lake one >'t: Ti-
H Wainwnght. in Jacksonville( patents were the late Charles and Damaged By FireThe I Mattie Gresham. Rosa Lee :Moore Mrs. Goldie Bray and Mrs. Ida Sauce, whose address i is I'J!1* I better homes on Kmg-le} ,it

Yaibrough. both of Raiford Mrs. 'I ..".n St.. Detroit 9..Mii'h.. MariejSanve :. ,
Saturday. He was a retired Brad- Charity Knight Todd. Her bust !and Maggie Glisson. ; whose last known address I .Appliance Repair M.'MIO'I. Ph..n.1 ..1.1 k-( '

fmtl County farmer. !| band was the late Franklin R. C. house of Rev. A. R. Ran- ; :Mosa Lee Wateis. Maxville; :\lrs.1'74Srt Ternes. Dearborn, Michigan was, if General, Machine Work .ville' in.,W..) 1.t" 1".r,1. for :t-

Johns. 'dolph, negro preacher. suffered an Josephine!'; Weeks. Grandin I!.tl". and the unknown spouse of': I ,
tarlrng moved to Lawtey from |i estimated $1.500 fire damage last Gerald Norman Wins of hem, if aliaud if any of I II FlIp SALE-1S41 Chevrolet liood;
two Charles Ih"1 be dead to the unknown and good condition. $ :;.".
are sons: I .1..1'
Macclenny 30 years ago. He was I j'|week when it was set on fire bya i,Poultry Cash Prize -l"ou>". heirs, devisees grantees. > All Work Guaranteed; Can tueen at 310 : Thompson:
s< member of the Franklin St. Bap- 'B. Johns of Starke and B. S. penny placed behind a fuse. I :legatees, assignees creditors and It,I'

t" t Church in Jacksonville.He i Johns of Jacksonville: four grand- Gerald: Norman son of Mr. and th-r claimants, by. through under Reasonable Rate
I,;Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter said .1 against each and every of the.ah..ve 1ST-Small WIST Walker hound
is survived by his wife. Mrs. 1(hildren, and one great grandchild. j I he was certain that the penny inj iMrs. Tully Norman of Heilbronn named persons who are de-I j 0 .gyp near New River Station.. Sh-
S -ah Funeral services were held at' cash for tscd: and all other persons having has on. ear croi,ked up
Starling Lawtey four Springs won a prize his f.1
: 'the fuse box was the cause of the 'I la'-ning any right title lien or1eresj ) RED SEAL -crew "'.rm.*. .Anyone
-ishters.: Mrs. L. C. Milliard of 'the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at ,blaze. electric and poultry project at a in or to the following lands; 'I anything al.>ut thii. ting kn'wll plea--

1-nwtev and Mrs. J. A. Ogilvie. Starke Monday with the Rev. Curtis recent 4-H Club exhibit in Games- Mtuate in Bradford Count, Florida, nifv in". 11. c. Kol.erts. Phon
The fire burned the inside of the : t.-\\'I. : I I ELECTRIC & MACHINE Tal- State PriM.ri. JUif-.rd. "'I. lt;.
V *. R. D. Suber. and Mrs. F B.Vinwright I Harris officiating. Interment jville.j portion of the Fouth Half (S,)
house but it did not materially |j Gerald used electricity to brood .( Southeast Quarter (SE' ) of'' SHOPF. UKST Klai k ,
\ of Jacksonville; six followed in the family plot in Angus l.utt-he '-" \
Dan. Nathan damage* the outside. Chief Car- j baby chicks and his project won :Mr aid: :Mrs Robert :M Lee an- >ti-in.uthwest 51. Township Quarter 6(S\V'4> of Sec- tag in left car. Black calf with I
sons. I I
Steve Jr.. all I' Kingsley Lake Cemetery. S.uc. Range i' white head and hlt. ffrt. )11"--
of Lawtey; Sidney of Raiford. and Active pentersaid that there was about [second place in the state contest.He rounoe the birth of a daughter, 22 East in the City "f Starite. Bradford w. GKAl'DOX' ing \invxday. A. J. I"IP&II
pallbearers were: Lacy $1 !000 damage to the house and has been in 4-H Club 'unty, FI .rita. nrrM.keV.
Allen Leon of Jacksonville; four Conway, E. F. Conway. A. R.\:I work for Nancy Mooie, July 13 at Greenwich I.thineer.I and !t'\'n.r-i.; tnn'.lninl Owner, Manager I
J500 to the furniture.
brothers Buddy and John of Law- 'Johnson. Ira Wilson. Zenas Gnf-' damage four years.4H i i Hospital Greenwich Conn. ( .7) a'rl' and being more partiIularl' St. I'hone 397 K"IS KENT-Three room apartment
: Club work is a part of the as'': dextrlhed as follows: j 106 Washington private bath and entrant All
tU'J n of Macclenny, and Jesse fis and Ned Coleman. Mrs. Lee will be remembered Point of Beginning continence Starke, Ha.WANTKP furnished electric box.
of Bartow: one sister, Mrs. Ros- i iI I Registration Set agricultural extension program in i i iI Helen Dowling of this City. at the Southwest corner of said So i ( shady yard. Couple gal lr jfirNMrs. t
I the county and is conducted by ,iHalf'(Sl> and run thence Sorth 0'' Erfl' Alvarez 'fi2 Lafayt'
t'e Johns of Jacksonville 26 I ,degrees.. anjj %j minutes :" -To hear (1'1 av''>niotis
: Graders West
First St.
Bill Graham Lands I the county agent. I, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Massey !.West line of said South Half (S alnlg< ) a man between 25 and j: who is in- itp I
pi-andchildren. and 13 I
great-grand- I Lawtey announce the birth ofa !distance of six hundred sixty-four tere'ted in earning J7i to {190i !
,rhildren.F Two Curious Fish Registration for Starke first jof!' :and wventy-five hundredth (664.- i] weekly distributing nationally advertised FOR RENT: bedroom fiirnih-l
: Post 56 Holds son. Randall Alan. born Aug. 9 175) feet to an iron stake Watkins Product in cottage Kin>:sl.y Lake 15.1 per
\ <'es were held Monday at the graders will be held on Aug. 20 !in the Starke Maternity Hospital. I Northwest corner cit sai on South the' P.radford County. Write ',1 wireThe m .nth. Scp; rhr-j Hay (Complete.

-aveside at Macedonia Cemetery I Fishing off Cedar Keys last in the Starke Primary Building Regular Meeting I Half: run thence South 8} I I J. R. Watkin cmpany. 6S j ; school term. School bus service
I 16 and degrees!1 West Peachtree St.. N.E., to Starke. ElectrIc and gas -quli-
I weekend landed
Graham two m.nutl second Atantailoreia.
--irth of MaccleanThe body lay Billy according to P. T. Nolin. principal J CARD 0111USKS alnn/North line said South East Half. i!I ( % 1/1 j I ped. Automatic Maytag washer. I
.. Cobia -- a curious fish which is of Starke The o II 'I mile south of rk-kandn.
> state at the home of- Mr. and Elementary School. I Jones-Langford-White Post I; a distance one thousand''! | Sign

:Mrs. Luther Hilliard of Lawtey second cousin to the mackeral and Registration will be from 9 a.m. j 156 of the American Legion held..'a ; With deepest gratitude I extend !Idredths one hundred(1.115.09)fifteen feet and nine hun- !i! A rOCNTRY. FOR(TIU'n SU.K H''f ;' tmf.Hok'Ihrria. Mar be Been 2tp S rae'%
to an iron 1
before the funeral. "dog kin" to the cat fish. One I II to 3 p.m. regular meeting Tuesday night this word of appreciation for the ;stake at the intersection of the 1 HTARKK IfK ('0. II. I

Active pallbearers were: David I weighed 30 pounds and the other Nolin urged parents to register It was well attended and several many acts of sympathy expressed .North line of paid South Half and 'I \FOP RENT-Cabins.._! rooms bath.
I !the Westerly right of way line .WOMEN WANT Kit Several girls water and gas refrigerator
Shuford. James Waters. J. B. Gas- 115.I their children on this date to avoid business matters were taken scare by thoughtful friends and neigh- [!State Koad Nu. %0.) or Temple Cf I to.mcii I postcardevery week. Pinehnrst Tourist Court Keystone

kins Oscar Carter. Arthur Pierce, I I By the way. it's Colonel Bill.I delay and confusion of the first I of. bors. For the beautiful services, Avenue; run thence South 17 deI I' wv"-k home en"r. time. BOT Xin*. Highway. %t ;I
I jgrees and 2i minute t\est along atertown. Haaa. !tp */? --
and Abner Yarbrough. I now. as he recently received a I I day of school. The child must be The next meeting will) be Aug. t floral offerings and other kind- :i aid Westerly right of way, line a "'(
n furshd(
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof commission from the Governor of six years old before Jan. 1, 1935. I 24: there will be a good programand : nesses. I am deeply grateful. distance of three hundred'sixteen SERVICE STATION HELP wanted.Apply 'f rr--lo"l and bath on King I-

Starke wa in charge. Kentucky. j I to be eligible for school this fall.: refreshments., I Mrs. Rocco RiniceUa. 1 and iron three stake tenth, run, thence iSlST) Xor feet t"SJ:de. :Stat.on..Jimmy. Jloui'e'-. r.jriSer:;'bg\ .Icy\ T.ake.L5. for H. E.tw.Plot'-> a c.ps afl..rIIU"t Itp

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