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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Motor Courts' Objective "-- If It's Been Drier We Don't Know About It I



BIGGER AND BETTER SIGNS ALONG U. S. 301 ,

I The long drought interrupted ,of 1295 inches for the same time; farmers to get land ready fort I, he can remember. a standstill. There is some Coastal

I ionly by localized showers along ] however five inches of this occurred berries or fall vegetables, and Wade Gaskins and Oscar Carter I Bermuda grass available for planting

The ninth in a series of articles Restaurants will be ask to con- 1! with record-breaki\j temperatures in the month of April. that they cannot now fumigate who farm west of Lawtey, also I he said, but it is too dry to

in which the Telegraph will 'ribute 10 cents perchair towards is scorching Bradford Couni No figures are available for land successfully. The drought, report pastures burning up crop plant.In .

explore some of the good and bad the purchasing of the signs. i ty, ruining pastures, halting farm July or so far in August, but he added, has seriously curtailed land to dry to work and plant an inspection visit with Wild

points about Starke a-. \ealed I Th- 15x50 ft. signs would cost ing activities and daily increasing aside from 'local showers there the production of strawberry I III and corn crops about half of nor life officials, they found that almost

In our recent community questionnaire. i I $50 a month to erect and maintain the fire threat to extremely has been no rainfall to amount to II! runners and he forecasts a shortage mal because of lack of moisture all the wildlife plantings

The General Outdoor Advertising dry fields and woodlands. 'anything. Gainesville reports less of runner plants as a result. to fill out the ears, Gaskins said made have dried up and died. On

THE Corp requires that the I Fires are now burning in areas than an inch of rain in August. ; Farmers who planted about 300 he remembered a similar drought pastures he stated that the Bahia
QUESTION
"IS THERE WAS ASKED: I first payment on the signs cover all over the County; many of I From all sections of the County acres of soy beans are'getting in '31, which went right through grasses are standing the ought

A JIOTEL OB MOTEL six months rent or $600 for the I them out of control until soaking leports tell of increasing hardships | plants but the plants are not the fall, when berry growers had t best and that although the weather

\' '':ICE YOU'D A (VISITOR ENJOY?" THE IF YOU ANSWERS two signs The motor court group rains put them out. About 100 I particularly for the stock j producing beans. to dig sand wells for water to I is ideal for haying, there 13
hopes to erect these two signs and I acres of timberlands near Hampton fa.rmel'S.lith pastures burning A. I. Mann\ of Brooker, reports set out their crop.B. I little or no hay to cut.
WERE: 82: YES; 0 NO. I then later supplement them with owned by Foster Shi Smith II'. up and waterholes going dry, ''that they have had but one good C. Holtzendorf Jr. whose Stock watering ponds are way

Bradford County's fine motels I additional signs. and Freeman Register Sr.. have many of them for the first time !! rain in that area since January, farm is on the Edwards Loop I down allover the County, Ha&s

were the only fea'ture in the Tele The courts are also actively opposing been destroyed by fire, according within memory. and that peas are not fruiting. Road west of Starke said that I said, and cited a branch on'the old

I graph's 40-question survey that any Florida turnpikes. to L. C. Cooper, Rayonier, Ini. County Agent George Huggins I! Early corn will be" pretty good, the planted grasses are withstanding Lawton Conner farm, now owned

. received an unanimous "vote of They have gone on record as believing forest ranger. stated that the hot dry weather | but late corn will produce only the drought better than native by J. L. Orr. that is dry for the

confidence" from the community's that Florida's traffic needs Cooper cautions all landowners is reaching the point of serious I about half.a crop. He said that carpet grass first time in 50 years.

citizens. The county's 19 motor can be satisfied by four-laning to be extremely careful regard effects on pasture, and that it 'the Santa Fe River has about Sheriff P. D. Reddish, in speak Tully Nona?" of Heilbronn,

courts not only add much to the present highways. They feel that ing fires at this time, because is not advisable to apply nitrogen i stopped running, and he has been ing of his farm reported: "This said he usually has a garden at

appearance of our highways, but Bradford County's motor court it a turnpike is established it once started they are almost impossible now either for extra grazing or! pumping water for his cows since is the driest time I've: ever seen. this time of the year, but has

they serve as a "good will" beacon owners aren't satisfied with the should be located in the central tp put out when they to encourage a protective growth j June. Sugar cane is badly dwarfed A bay is dry now for the first nane now due to the prolonged
confusion created reach muck laol in bays. against frost. What there I| and turning 'e11osweet potatoes time I can remember.
to our county's many guests and organized by part of the state rather than along I grass ) My pastures dry weather.
make a substantial contribution o standard road signs They want the east coast. Rainfall figures from the State I'is now. he added, has little nutritional I are a failure so far and only are damaged and I'll only be able Heilbronn Springs has quit running

to the community's economy. I to erect several large signs to Prison at Raiford show a total of value and it is also some rain soon will help the pea to cut hay on three out of 50 according to Jake Sapp,
Most of Starke's .
The many fine courts located draw new tra\elers to Starke. more modern 13.14 inches of rain for the first much too dry to attempt to seed nuts.He acres. I who has been getting water at
j motor courts have been built
in this area are steadily building ini MX months of the year a deficit or sprig new pastures. said that Clyde Cone told Bill Haas, Soil Conservationist that source for many years.J .
the last six
up a reputation for Starke as an I Ibership, along with two courts in.i years They have of 8.77 from the ormaI. Camp Huggins said that the weather him that it is drier a this time leports that farming and stock C Sapp. of Heilbronn reports

excellent over-night stop for north- I i Waldo and three in the Keystone :]: fast become one of Starke's lead- Blanding statistics show a fall is making it about impossible for of the year than at any other time'I raising are almost completely at ( Continued on page ten)
!iing i industries and they are a big I
and Lake Geneva I
south travelers. I Heights area.
.!! factor in the attraction of new
Tourists attracted here I These courts offer from 225 to :
con i I
tribute directly to the business of 250 rooms nightly to visitors in :I residents.

I filling; stations, garages and rest this area. The main objective of Mrs. Marian Howe executive :8 RD COUNTY TEL
I secretary of the Starke Chamber
aurants. They also contribute indirectly the association is to insure co- I
of Commerce, that she
to the community as a j operation among the courts in says gei.-
letters from travelers um-
many
maintaining high standards of
whole, since almost all of thecounty's I
!; mending this community on its
quality and a reasonable price
\ motor courts restaurants,
and filling stations are 'owned by I structure. ( friendly court owners Official County Publication Established In 1879OLlIE

local citizens who depend upon The association .is presently i The answers the Telegraph received
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food clothing I trying to finance the of the courts reveal that ----
local stores for their purchase on \ SEVENTY-SIX STARKE. FLORIDA. 1IUD.n''G'ST 20. 1954 NUMBER SIX
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The motor courts in this area the facilities in the Starke ''I courts and the active part that I

have banded together to form the !;area. A committee of court owners the court owners are taking in Council Will
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Bradford County Motor Court Association lecommendwi a 30 cent per room improving this community shows City's Building Boom
All of the 19 courts in contribution from each of the that the motels are solidly sup Up

the county are eligible for mem- motor courts to pay for the signs porting Starke. Set Specifications

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State Auditor Makes Report On County Records, i; For Power Unit 'Skull Practice' For Bradford High Gridders New ConstructionNears



Finds In Book Work In Most Instances
Improvement Starke's City Council agreed to $1,500,000In

I' ask the city's Board of Bond

Trustees to meet with them at
various Bradford County that would be mittances !II Record
The expenditures enteiea 01 by cash on hand at Year
officials got their "report cards" in the year incurred I I"Purrhases the close of the audit period. Fees ( the Council's next regular meet-

iccently from the State Auditing of lumber and culverts charged appeared to have been i ing to assist in drawing up speciIfications '
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Department, arid with the exception continued to be made just I proper. Resources were adequate I for a new power unit Starke might well lay daim to

of the Board of County Com short of the legal limit of purchases to cover all liabilities of record. I i: for the city's light plant The ,: the popular title, "fastest growing
missioners, there was an improvement without advertising for I II Records were well kept. Income "ty m Florida" if the current
city is looking for a 900 k w ,
noted by the auditors in almost bids. The Clerk stated that these was reported on a cash basis" I pare of new construction continues
every case as compared with I purchases are now being made I Tax Collector J. R. Kelly's, or larger unit that can be installed -.* foi the rest of the year

the previous audit. I I(after advertising and receiving audit read in part: on the foundation 01 one of| So far Starke is smashing all

Under the heading of General j Ii: bids." (Audit of the previous year 'The Tax Collector has accounted the city's present units previous building records, and

Statement on the Board of County lieported on the same subject: for all collections ot The Councilmen agreed to request 0 "new construction within the city

Commissioners, the report ( "Invoices for these items lumber I record during the audit period for bids on the new unit limits may reach over a million

which was prepared by Marion A. and culverts in many instances either by lemittances in due! after hearing a representative and a half dollars Commercial

pettit assistant state auditor,I were.just short of the Ie-I I course, or by cash on hand from Fairbanks Morse firm which building permits issued to date

states: gal limit of purchases without adjvertising Records were generally adequate, has supplied the city with most tall just short of the half-million

". Substantial amounts of I I and bids This has the and well kept. of its present engines. The Fair mark and new school and hospital

expenditures were not recorded in i I appearance of an attempt to evade I' Tf v Assessor Gene Long's audit banks :Morse 900 k w engine construction will boost the I

the year they accrued as required[ Section 125:08: Florida Statute contained the following remarks: would cost $118,000 installed and total bv over $810,000. r rt

by law, but were charged to the This was called to the Board'sattention i. "Income and expenses had been I 'r fully equipped, plus a $5.000 This leaves Starke, with over

next year's budgets ." in prior audit report prooerly reported for the year trade-in on the citj's 200 k.w t $1.300,000 in actual or anti ipatedI
:-:o. 3621.)" 1953 records of income and
And under the heading of Financial engine. I construction already under itsi
Management: Under Insurance, the auditor reports expenses"were neatly and accurately Jack Trawick, county sanitarian belt, needing only $200.000 more

Revenues were in excess' : II kept. appeared )before the Council of estimates, but operating expenditures I "The Board carried a burglary Audit of Clerk of the Circuit to explain how they could save Coach James Hobbs conducts "skull practice" for forty-five football candidates at Monday after o and a half mark.

including those not and policy e"v<.rine money held Court, Charles A. Darby, stated ir I $240 a" month by cooling the noon's practice session. The plajers will see many hours of calisthenics, and other drills before put T Building permits for construction

voucheied in the proper year, exceeded by the various fee officers. There part: 70,000 gallons of water daily that ting on football gear in September. / I valued $496,548 have been
the amounts available in is no legal authority for the "All collections of record wen is used to cool the city's power I o i issued this year.. This seven

the General and Fine and Forfeiture County to pay this premium" I accounted for! Fees charged appeared generators. He said that the water month's total compares with $22-

funds. Expenditures were The audit for the office of to be proper. Resources I is being wasted now. but that Candidates Attend Football Drills 450 for the whole year of 1953
properly approved and paid I Sheriff P. D. Reddish stated in were adequate to cover all liabilities it could be re-used by adopting a Forty-Five and $146,975 in 1952.

vouchers in most instances, appeared I part: of record. Records wen cooling process. Starke's second housing development

to bear sufficient information I "Fin.e and cost collections of I well kept." Trawick also stated that David Bradford 1954 Schedule Is Announced added $145,000 to the
that the merchandise purchased lecord have been regularly re I A bound copy of all these audit! B. Lee, chief of the Florida Bureau i High's total this week when Joseph D.

was actually received.Th" mitted. Excess income payable is kept in the files of the clerk oj of Sanitation, inspected the city's Warren received permits for 29

Board carried over exoenditures amount -: to $472.86 was remitted I the circuit court and is a matte]r sewage plant this week and declared 1 i Forty-five candidates for Bi ad- 1'ete Skoofalos. Bert McGee, Hersey. James Grann Buddy houses at an estimated construction

chargeable to the 193253 ; after the close of the audit of public record. that it was in perfect con 'ford High's 1954 football team reported ;( Jerry Lawson Jerry Hicks Ran- Drown. Stanley Clark, Charles cost of $5,000 each.

: budget and charged them to period. Resources were sufficient I dition. far; the first "shirts and i I dall DavIs Pearson Cox. Charles Woolen, William Carter Rudolph Last month Demetree Builders.Inc. .

the budget for 1953-54. This results I to cover all liabilities of record, Guard Plans Dance The Council agreed to buy an |shorts" drill Monday under the Kirkland. Roddy Struth. Curtis Hutches:>n. Louis Skoofalos, TomMcGee. I were issued $162.000 worth

in a distorted picture of Records were fairly well kept." o | additional 2400 ft. of water pipe ,watchful eye of Coach Jimmy o Fieddie! Stephens. Glenn my Frith Eugene demons, and of permits for 27 houses costing

budget operations, and thereby I Audit of the books of Count. I The local National Guard romp'- to add to their present supply of I Hobbs. Feiguson Kenneth Elder. D.'liltt'ernun Crews 56.000 each. A total of $357.500

educes the effectiveness of budge Judge Theron A, Yawn was covered o anv is sponsoring a dance at thiarmorv e 4000 ft. in order to meet the re- Coach Hobbs plans two practice worth of permits have been issued

tary control. The Clerk stated that I, with the following statement: this Saturday night fron I' qiurements of the two new sub- sessions daily in order to get the since July 1. which tops the city's
this practice would be discontinued "All collections of record have 8 to 12. with music b> Tobj y divisions being built in West team in shape for the first game Two New BHS Coaches Begin Work Inchest previous annual total of

in the current year and teen accounted for either bv re Dowdy The public is invited Starke. against Macclenny here on Sept $366,935 during the 1941 Camp

!li.I 11 Blanding boom period

1 Bradford Hi h's 1954 schedule is This means that Starke is now

I NEW CLASSROOMS FOR CROWDED SCHOOLS as follows: averaging more new construction
St> here
pt Macclenny, daily since July 1 than it averaged
Sept 24 St. Leo, there b\ the week during 1941,

Oct 1 Palatka, there Starke has also had school (ont -
Oct 8 P. K. Yonge. here
= ruction valued at $487.213 get
Oct 15 New
Smyrna Beach underway since July 1. New school
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pro jo's include both white and
Oct 22 Lake City here
negro classrooms, a cafeteria a
Nov' 5 Sea breeze. here
'gymnasium, and a music\ building
Nov. 12 Ketterlmus there
The Bradford County Hospital
Nov, 19 Green Cove Springs, ,
Corp. will open bids next month
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on the county's long awaited hospital
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Nov: 24 Fernandma, there
Construction will probably
The
Tornadoes dropped Lake
this fall the estimated
But lei begin on
and Jacksonville Tech fromhist
$323.000 structure.
year's schedule and added
Lake Cay and Fernandma this Setzer's Super Stores is constructing

year This year's team is playing a $42,500 supermarket
a week earlier than last year since on S. Walnut St to head the list

the Macclenny game was moved for new businesses being built in

up from Oct. 29. the city

Those players who reported mi Since July 1 other building permits

dull! Monflay: were: Roman Alvaitz have been issued to the
(' uaruid : Minuii Photi o> ihc Tvi.-Ki.iph -
Eugene Norman, Clifford Mai- Doctor's Clinir, Mrs. W. B Mundy,
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tm. Edwin Johns, Glen $1.000. for repairing to roofing
Reddish
unstruction i> being rushed on classrooms for the county's oerilov -
DeWa>ne Elder. on Call St. building Herb Thomas,
Charles ;
of ,student this )'par. The picture abo\e shows several workers Noegel
Rav Stefanelli. Gus $1.500 for the construction of a
at the KJE Negro School in Starke. In the upper right. |>reparationsare Kopelousjs '
Tracey Jones. Henry Rn-harde, concrete block sport shop at the
being made to lay the floor at the Lawtey Negro Elementary Steve
Hardm. Harold Godwin corner of Temple Ave. and Pratt
School. On the lower right, foundations are being laid for the cafeteria Edward Akridge. Edgar Akndge' BHS's two new coach..... Leonard Register left) and Joe Hull began St.; R. C Dampier, $1,500 for a
at Starke School. The concrete has already been Virgil! 1
Elementary Lee Milton }
{icks. two
on S.
James workiith Coach -James Hobbs )Ionda). Register coached at car parage. Thompson
(toured for the Elementary S4'huul't classrooms.Btadtord HarrHl/. Billy Harrington Dennis St.; and H. C. Brown, $5,000 house
Alachua for two >ears! after graduating from the
Mathews, Harold Beasley, Lamar University of flor- on SL Clair St.
L lough4H ida. Hull coached at Eau Gallic last after
year graduating from Rollins.
County's teachers will negro schools in the county will\

haw their work cut out for theni''his. .have been constructed prior to ;, Draft Board Clerk

> vear as straying eyes and 1949. j' Girls Speak
Away Office Open
minds will hate plenty of nearby Starke will have eight class- At ,
Rotary Club Softball Team H. G. Davis Jr.
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school oonstiuction to concentrate rooms: and a cafeteria added to' ; Two Days Next Week
struction A i I
gymnasium is
on New school construction isundl'rway its elementary school for a cost being negro school and are erecting A
on five separate jobs of 151925. When the plans forthe built for $127.698 and a music portions of the outer walls at the Club short firsthand courses account and of 4-H Plays Next WeekStaike's To Teach Journalism ;\ Mrs. Rhoda Dampier, clerk of
building is being constructed for camp work
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totalling $541.603. [ new addition were drawn up. : school. was given at the Local Board 18. Selective Service,
The Cosset and Parker construction Count Supt. H. P. Morgan said i $36.213. Foundations have also been laid Rotary Club i ii I H. G. Davis Jr., state capitol will leave her post for about three
Wednesday
firm of Jacksonville is that the classrooms shoudi The main Bradford High School for the Starke elementary classrooms o by two girl members Alvarez softball team ( weeks
pres new ''of i the Pat Hobbs correspondent for the Florida j starting Tuesday to go to I
organization.
f'nUyI'orkin2' on school projects i take care of the needs for the first building is the oldest now in use and are presently being laid i and ,will go into action after a long ,Times-Union for the past four the hospital.
i Marilyn Cox.
tn both Starke and Lawte)'. Biggest ''four grades for at least three..moreyears. m the county. It was constructed for the cafeteria. Initial clearing an interesting demonstration They also gave of i layoff next week when they play [i years, has resigned his post, efjfective I Mrs. Dorothy Tilley of the Green !

project is a new RJE 12- : "If we keep growing as ;in 1914. has been performed for the BHS 'assEmbling a table lamp suitable i ja team from a State Road Camp i Aug. 28, to teach joun.w.j Cove Springs board will be at the i

grade school in Reno. The new we have been." he said, "'''e'U I i Gosset and Pa'iker have bt'ento music building, but no work had 'for reading purposes !near Gainesville. The game will i ism at the University of Florida.'He local office two days a week until ;
r.egrrn school will cost $171.377 have to make other provisions." begun on the gymnasium by this I '! and his wife, the former Marjorie Mrs. Dampier returns. Mrs. Tilley i
and will have 13 classrooms alibrarv Although new classrooms may I asked give first priority to I! week. i The girls were introduced by i I be at 7:30 p. m. at the BHSi Davis of Starke, and their will be here on Monday and Wednesday !

science classroom offices I be needed in three years, it will I I classroom construction in hopes Bradford County has been able I( Mrs. Mary Dally home economist i I Stadium. I I son, Greg, will reside in Gainesville -I, of next week, and her {
and shower rooms I take 20 years to payoff the of getting some of the new classrooms to keep with its !with Clay Electric Cooperative :schedule
pace growing The two teams played earlier where they have for the other weeks wffl
in by the under : purchased
A new five classroom Lawteynegro $52." 000 bond issue that is financing I I use second term school population to the extent whose direction the girls I i be announced later. I II
this of this school year : have learned of their skills. : this year with Starke winning, : a home.
elementary school will cost ; year's construction i that no schools in the county have ( many I Persona having business with r
$54.395.: When the Lawtey and Bradford High School has two': So far they have begun laying I had to use half-day sessions to i The program was in charge ofI 5-3. Admission to the games is Davis is the son of Mr. and. the draft board next week are !

PolE schools are complete! no long sought projects under con- the foundation for the Lawtey j accommodate all of the students. I County Agent G. T Huggins. free, and the public is invited. Mrs Bill North of the State Farm urged to see her on these two dayS :
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK. FLORIDA
FRIDAY AUGUST 20, 19M

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v.mmnmmmyyvu hour because of rain. However !. The Circuit Court Of Florida of said .
suit is to quiet and I \ you.IT
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOLDEST I this did not mar the fellowshipand Fight It Judlrlal Clrrail. .!. \ad the title of plaintiffs Clyde IS FURTHER ORDERED that
far Bradford Louatyla ( haarrrrixde > !son and Bessie t;. Col.'on. ... Order of Publication and Notice
LAWTEY I happiness of the day. Amongthe W. Colon and 1Ressie to the above described forthwith published once each
FLORIDA" WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD t;. t'olson HID
out-of-town guests were Mr. Wife. ) fee simple title; and you for four consecutive weeks in .
) ed to appear and serve' a > Bradford County TVleftraph. a
the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under and Mrs. Henry Bennett_ of Jacksom'ilIe. Plaintiffs ) your answer and pleadings > qualified newspaper published:
Published every Friday and catered a3 second class matter at by L II. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I \s. Quiet Title, tiffs attorney, A. J. c"llf..d'b said CountWITNESS >.. ,
J. B. Rowe and daughters -I Florida Land And Im- ) Etc. whose \
address
the Aet of March 3, 1879. i is Starke. my hand and official
f... Mrs. Ruth Baker and Mrs. migration Company of' and to file the original of j at Starke. Bradford County, i
Florida f t al. I 'saver <>i' pleading in the .. this August %0. 1854.OFFICIAL i
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION ...- MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Zack Roberts of Hastings visited Leslie Biggs and members of .Defendants. 1OHIIEB the undersigned. Clerk | SEAL) Charles .\. Darby .
: their families of Starke. Mrs. iil.rl'1TIU\ Court September 20: ':; | Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford -
relatives in OK PI \M (
Lawtey Sunday. wise the allegations of Count.\ Florida
I Marion Reddish and Mrs. Jewell 'OTI('.: TO .\PPK\H plaint will br taken as So::! 4t !9 10ALVAREZ' .
Mrs. Granger and baby of Crest- i lap !Mate Of'Florida To !
I Requiem For The Three R'sAs I Joyner. also of Starke. Mrs. Reddish Florida Land and Immigiat;
view are guests of her
parents
Company of Florida and
it- unknown -
}fr. and Mrs. T. S. Champion.The remained in town to spend ,.uri.>M or*. trustees. >t", 6. Men's Clothing III f
another school year approaches, we the facts and then teach us how to use them. the week with friends and rela- holders and other claimant !h}', 11ijl STORE f
L. H. Futches through or under it. Established 1S94
spent Sundayto JJI
find it hard not to lapse into the old phrases We must be able to think for ourselves, and Wednesday of last week tives. Members of the O. J. Phil- l>al>cl P. Hitch hoe ifM 1i ,

about shiny faced cherubs reluctantly return- not rely on some teacher to mold our attitudes -I relatives in Tampa and St. with Pet- lips family who were visiting at(land address' is Starke, Florida! <'"r-I, > ----- '"-. '-'--..._-__ .:;._ __-'-_ _. 0 -__ __. =_ '-- = '.
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and 'rithmetic." But know that doing then maybe we're shortsighted. Dr. dress is Starke Florida, :
we by But P. Kemp spent several days spent several days last week with Iby I Peek whose Myra Dar .
residence
so, we'd be ridiculed as being terribly old Ahrens pointed out in his talk that it is not last week with his son, Floyd in relatives in Lawtey.Mrs. (dress is Starke. Florida. S. and I. IV ad..k ,
fashioned. theories that are playing into the Jr. whose residence and addressStarke .- '
the new Atlanta Ga. Daisy Sanders and chil- Florida Francesard| I!
After all Junior doesn't to school to hands of the dictators, but our bad old "read- whose residence and address I' fake (
go Mrs. Louis H. Hill returned to dren returned to their home in Ft. City, Florida, Darn' I'eekhi. .
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learn "facts. anymore. He goes to become"adjusted" ing, 'riting. and 'rithmetic" principles. I Ft. Myers on Sunday to resume Pierce on Saturday after an extended residence and address is Starkt. 4ED

to this hectic world in which we said that under the old system, the teacher school work on Monday after visit with Mrs. C. A. Mc Florida residence Julian and address L I'eek.is 1641 Jr.. Caml"shove| I d I

live. Of course, the three "R's" are not com- dominates the class in an autocratic manner spending the summer vacation at Swain. Mrs. McSwain accompanied b..Utun. Louise Koad. S. %S.. Atlanta t-; ,.! i
gia. P S ayl..s, whose reMdence 1\
pletely neglected, but now they must be which encourages the students to look to a I her home here. them home and visited in and address is Little Switzer-- I 1

"fitted in" with modern education's cam- sole "leader" for their knowledge.Our George W. Roberts Jr.. and South Florida before returninghere 'land,elson North I'eek Carolina both of hose IHa Peek addres.mil>- ,j \

paign to create happy, contented, if ignorant, teachers, he says, should adopt a "one small son, Rickey, of St. Augustine on Friday. Donnie and Ron- Illinois is 520: :!, August Kimnark I>.Avenue Juilliard.f'h'ag.> |

members of society.We of the boys" technique and should encour- Beach spent Tuesday with his nie McSwain returned home with M: :lloor... Augustus C. IJaldum JUIH..j. An-I|I A M DII

had this brought td our attention the children to take the lead. Each class parents here. their mother after having spent drew drew Florius.Florins J.also;. Leroy known Junes as, also.\n- ''!
age
Dr. Maurice Ahrens who ad- sort of "problem clinic"in I Lonnie Roberts the vacation wUh their grandmother known as tn'in I.. Jo.-'s. Kinina J '
Monday by should develop into a and. daughter, Roden. Mrs. Hammond Julia Jo:. Jone" Erwin .1.l I'
I Mrs. Ruth '
dressed the county's teachers at a pre-school which the students can study and solve\ Nola Jean of St George Ga. 'Hammond. Florin L. Jones
Jones and daughter also came Florin II. Jones and I.llewlyn Smith -r, 1et
planning session here this week. Dr. Ahrens problems of their own choosing. Only in I spent Sunday with relatives in Jones, also known as .Slellwyn
home with them and expect to
emphasized that teachers who stress merelythe this way. he said, can they grow up to be j Lawtey. spend some time here. Smith Lllellwvn Julie-Smith and Jones al.to, his known wife as

facts are still living in the educational and "adjusted." 1'ierre A. Bernard and Blanche :II.
happy. healthy, O J. Phillips and son. W. C. Bernard his wife, if alive and the
"dark and that teaching facts nowa- ac-companied I I )unknown spouse of each of \
ages This approach met with great success recently Phillips and L P. Rafuse were alive and if any of them be them dead if r
days is merely "a means to an end. at the University of Florida. A researcher business visitors to Tallahasseeon to the unknown spouse heirs, deisees. .
!calling in Lawtey Friday evening \ grantees, legatees, ,.,
assignees ,
He said that modern education is work- students: I
asked the University II of last week. !, Thursday and while there were creditors and other claimants, bj.
ing under a new concept in which! the pur- "What is the biggest problem confrontingyou dinner guests of Gov. Charley E. every through of under the above or against each and No need to run around all over town for building materials -
Mr. named ,
Mrs. persons
pose of teaching is "to foster developmentand today?" And the bulk of them answered "- and children and of Dan Jacksonville Walnwright are Johns. I(who'0., Inc.are deceased a corporation; and Biophile and its flub un- We carry a complete stock of name brand prod-

improvement of democracy as a way of : "How to find a parking place for my car. this Mrs. A. H. Harley Mrs. Mae known successors, trustees, >'toc'kh..ld..r" ucts: SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Paint FRY
RoofingUPSON
spending week with his -
-
life, and that schools are less interested ina what useful l channel of parents Wells and Mrs. Jack Bales and and other claimants h)'.
It is easy to see Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wain through or under it; and all other Wallboard TENSULATE MINERAL
child's knowledge now than in his atti- discussion this topic might lead to. On the daughters were in St. Georgelast persons having or claiming any -
wright.
tudes, interests, ideals appreciations, and other hand, what normal child will ever be. Miss Elizabeth Terry returned Sunday to attend the weddingof right the following title lien .or lands interest; situate in or. t.in. WOOL Insulation. You name it we've got it! All

social skills. troubled by not knowing the difference be- home last week after spending a niece of Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Bradford All CouJrt Florida to-wit: this, plus free information that shows you the easiest.

This new theory is based upon three typesof tween a noun and a verb? Such things can I I some time with her sister, Mrs. Harley. They also visited Dr. and Quarter West-half of Northeast of Northeast Quarter most economical way to build a new home or improveyour
Mrs. W. T. Walters in Welaka.H. Except all
"behavior We must teach that part of South nacres -
change. 1)) our to
English courses J. P. Mr.
be eliminated from our i, Wyrick and Wyrick in of West-half of Northeast old one.
young new ideas, 2)) make them forget old."undesirable" for "problems." Tallahassee. While there Miss C. Kelly and mother. Mrs. Quarter of Northeast Quart..I'South
make room more Margaret Kelly, went to Yankee-'I and East Seaboard Air
ideas. and 3)) intensify any but it will I Terry attended the School of In- Line Hallway right of way !
old ideas that the teacher would class as "de- This will not only save time, struction for cafeteria workers town Monday where they visited I Section :31: Township (ti i South Stop in for an estimate on any project. Ask about ABC
of his na- Range 22 .
make the student so ignorant the Grady Kellys. Mr. Kelly returned East.You
also which financing It's made to order for limited ,
5ira hIe. to is an annual feature of the I and each of you are herebv'notified I budgets.OVERHEAD
worthless
that it would be home on Thursday but his'
tive tongue that a Kill of
Complaint
This approacl! might be perfectly all rightin educational program at FSU.
>* language and wastefulto I mother went on to Miami f6r a has been filed in the Circuit Court
foreign
hands but there is the teach him a i I Terry Futch also spent several I Bradford Count}'. Florida
always in
proper works of literature visit with another son Percy Kelly I
much time on great > by Cljde U Colson and ;
spend days with the Wv ricks, I"f .. im QUALITY INSUlATION
returning .
of the of fo;
danger wrong type person using it. I and his family. ",.". Colson. his wife, as |'lain-.
home with his aunt. and against *on and eai ti uf ARAtiE coots :tI <
I We seem to remember that it met with great the Mrs. Mary D. Locke has recently you as defendants. that.he nature I "Ii
These too, can be eliminated from Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. I I '
success at the hands of such scholars as Hit- I received announcement of the __ i
ler, Muisolini. and Stalin; and it is still ob- classroom to make way for such problemsas Mae Wells included }Irs. Waits of birth of a son to Lt. and Mrs. I -. -' -"-'"-",,$,- ''"< !!'r:_-"."' -" I r tLt
how to ride Grove Park Mrs. Baker of Satsuma. I
school safely a I' -
how to to I
taining highly favorable results behind the get Leon Locke of Knoxville, Tenn

Iron Curtain. It was first tried on Americansin bicycle, how to act on a date, and how to and These Mrs. Chatham ladies of Ft. The young man has been named Wash Your Clothes 11 t '1
I George. are post-
Korean prison where it went under drive a car. All of these are good, necessary I Paul Dennis. This being her first
camps masters 1.
in their local communi- 1 f
the common name of "brain washing." subject ; but what' then is left for the hometo I ties and all members of the Post- grandson, Mrs Locke is very I 9 Pounds r

The the .the teach? I happy over the announcement. .
technique was same only objective masters Association with Mrs.

was different. In Hitle'-'s case, the Modern education has supplied an answer .Wells. Recent guests of the H. C i For 40c! i
Mrs. Wain- Take the !simmer out of summer -
purpose of teaching was "to foster! develop- for that one too. Just ask the parents of I Mrs. Katherine Teare and Mrs. Wainwrights were The famous BERRY Gahan-
1 wnght's parents, Mr. and Mrs J. FREE Bleach If Desired! the bite out of winter I -
ment and improvement of Nazism as a way children who have attended one of our more Jewell Roberts were business I "
Starling of Bartow. Mr and izt'd garage door noted with Tensulatc Mineral -
of life." In his case too the facts played a "modern" schools. It was shocking to themat visitors to Gainesville Monday.Mr. (IE. Buster Starling of Eaton Wool Insulation.! We'll

role with the but they're getting accustomedto : and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and for
minor as compared planting of first now : I Park and Mrs. Eddie Brown of I trouble free operation recommend the type insulation -
new "ideas." teaching their third, fourth, and fifth daughter. JoAnn spent Sundayin Bartow. II

If we are to survive as a free-thinking peo- grade child how to read, write spell and do St.. Augustine.Mr. and Mrs.. Oscar Dean of I Mrs. L. H. Hill Mr. and Mrs I We Will and durability. Low rot bene(blanket you be*>t.or batU) to

ple, our schools must continue to supply us simple arithmetic. I Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof H. C. Kelly and son. David were I Dry Your Clothes :No upkeep!

busint'ss'isitors to Lakeland Enough Insulation for the
-- Mrs. C. A. :McSwain.Mr. !
Tuesday. While there they visited For 20c average house runs only
I and Mrs. Wm. Thompsonof Installation's a breeze.
I the campus of Florida Southern i $10.00 per month for 18 mos.
Officials Get Cards'During Starke were calling in'Lawtey In New .-\ut'JDlatilrhrs!
County 'Report (I Monday afternoon.Mr. I College where David plans to at- !I
I tend school this fall. I

the early part'of' this year, a state various counties learn from an unbiased I Miami. and spent Mrs.several Harold days Sapp last of I Mrs. Hazel Barnes and childrenof I 0 J STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone

auditor visited our County offices and checked source just how good or bad the reports actu- week with his mother Mrs. A. C. Brunswick, Ga. were weekend I

the financial activities of these departments ally are. guests: of the L. P. Rafuse
Pearce and Mr. Pearce. Jimmy,
II 45 Washington St S A.L.
as required by law. He made a report In this issue we print in part some of the Glennan, and Virginia Sapp returned family. I The Washeteria Starke Fla.DOES at Depot
.
to the State Auditor who in turn has comments made by the assistant state auditor home with their parents ,

released of the audit to the Governor in attempt to supply what believe after the i rTTTTTTTT..t".TTTTTT.I ::.' .. .
copies an we va- -
spending summer -' -
Temple Ave. Starke :. : :: ::: : .: == : : : = ; : >
"- -
and to the various county officials. to be vital information. The entire au- I I cation with their grandmother. - --

One copy of the report is on file with Clerk dit is available at the courthouse for anyone .[i Mr. and Mrs J. C. Prevatt Jr. I BIG DADHappenings '\, ."'.....- ... 1 u-':" .u'.. .: .. :: ?;

of the Circuit Court Charles Darby, whereit to go over in complete detail. 1[rand children of Ocala were week-

i if available to the public.As On the whole, we think the audit is a good i lend' guests of his parents. Mr. and ..fr

we see it, the system is a good one. one for the Bradford County officials; however I I Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Sr. i YOUR RANGE

State and county offices are subject to rigid in the instances cited by the auditor I j I Miss Adel Dinkins of Jacksonville -

laws as established by the State, and then it seems that there still is room for improve- | spent from Monday to Wed- By Clair iazenhyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI COLONIALFLORIST
with her parents, Mr. and HAVE THIS WONDERFUL )
jr.esday
are audited by the State to see that the laws ment in the management of our county gov- Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Sr. ,

are carried out. ernment.As The Arwood of
Wesley family
However unless the reports. audits, and a newspaper, with a responsibility to Jacksonville were guests of her Mrs La"OTJohns of Jacksonville Afpgjc Chef FEATURE?

comments are publicized we question our readers, we reserve the right to fairly parents. Mr. and Mrs. C F. Carter visited her parents. Mr. and

whether they serve the. purpose for which and honestly report the activities of our last weekend. t over Mrs the Ralph weekend Tavlor of Raiford.! FLOWERSFor

they were intended. We think that the cycle county officials, and leave the decisions up 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling and Mr. and Mrs. J. M Lewis and AH Occasions

i is incomplete unless the taxpayers in the to the boss the voter. I children have returned to their ch:
Idren. and Mrs; John Lewis of
home in Jacksonville after spend- I PHONE 218
I Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and b
YTTTYTTTTTTTT rYYTTYYYj gent's mother. I I from a summer in Georgia. I! ing a week with her sister. Mrs i Vs. J. P. Baxter Sunday. I

Mr. and Mrs John Bird are expected -j Mr and Mrs. R. H. Clyburn George Shuford and Mr. Shuford Gwen Parramo-e and i
I family en-
Keystone Height in Keystone .some time II and son. Ray of Norfolk Va.. and i Mr. and Mrs Richard Carter loyed a trip to Dothan. Ala. over! )
returned home
next week.; They left Okinawa j, their niece and nephew Margieand Saturday after the weekend

I some time ago and have been in Tommy Smith of Laurinburg, vacationing in Hot Springs. Ark. Emaline Dobbs was in Lake City '
Mrs. Sara !McDonald I
by II I Michigan visiting and will come N C. have returned home after a .for a week. over the weekend i DISH GARDENS

on down here.Stuckey's week's visit with Mr. I Mrs. Johnnie Jenkins and chil-
1UWIAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAIn I Clyburn's Mr and Mrs. Edgar Dukes and I 17
dren of Jacksonville POTTED PLANTS
J
Sundries opened for sister Mrs. C. T. Parker and are spendingthis Mr. and Mrs Curtis Edwardswere
the duplicate play of the I I week with her parents, Mr.
business last Saturday in the family. ) shopping in Jacksonville POTTERY
Keystone Contract Bridge Club : I and Mrs O J. Anders.
same location where Mr. Stuckeyj, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHThe Saturday I ,
last Mr. and Irs.1 1 Mrs. O J. Phillips and children.
Monday night once operated a drug store. I Annual Sunday School picnic Mr. and Mrs H. C. Slaughterand : Flowers WiredAnywhere
Fremont Tolles were first with Ola Mae and Danny are visiting I I ate,
i Miss Margaret Lewis niece of was held at Goldhead Branch children from Jasper were
32 1-2 points Mr. and Mrs. John'Karges her daughter. Mrs Betty Redd II
; Wm. Reynolds is home in Key- I State Park last Thursday, with weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs oI
were second with 26 and family in Macon Ga. i
I
stone Heights visiting her father. around 135 enjoying good food Joe P. Tomlinson.
and Cox and Bess Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips I
points; Kitty She has with her as a guest. Miss fellowship and recreation. I I Mr and Mrs. Carlos Norman Nona St. Starke I
P.eeves were third with 25 1-2 left for Biloxi, Miss. Saturday !
:Helen Jacobs National Tennis I The two-weeks' Vacation Bible and sons spent Sunday with Mr I
points. The club is meeting after a ten-day leave withrelatives -_ .
everyDlonday spent -
I. Champion who came for a rest : School ended Friday and the Com- and Mrs DY.. Gr.ffis and family. ::: .;_ f't.
night through this month { here and in StarkeMr I
II and vacation. I mencement -
at the Inn.Mr I Program Friday nightwas and Mrs. Roy Reddish of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scales an- enjoyed by a large audience. I
and Mrs. Key Sargent have i'I Webster are spending the week
nounce the birth of a daughter The boys and girls presented a with his --
from to
aimed a quick tnp mother Mrs V. R. Red
Rhode Island to see Mrs. Sar- I Cindy Lynn, born last Wednesday, !(sample of what they had learned WaQG JO : .

: Aug 11 in Gainesville hospital. and their handwork was on display dish.Freddie Dinkins came home BSSff "

Mr and Mrs George Robarts The program was followed I last week after spending sometime I '= "MAGIC OVEN-EYE"
by a movie, "Love thy Neighbor", I II
GOT AtSUMMER ii indiannapohs Ind., announce with relatives in Avon Park |

1! the birth of a son, Dwight Linton, I which was entertaining and I Mr. and Mrs Bullard and son
ed-I need watch the clock
ucational EARLY AMERICANS OFTEN No to in
horn Monday. Aug. 9. Mrs. Ro- 1 of Thomasville, Ga. were week-

COLD barts was Miss Mabel Johnson, The Harriet Kelly Class meeting end guests of Mr. and Mrs B INVESTED THEIR MONEY oven pre-heating just little fat)

/ niece of Mrs S. E. Kennedy.Mrs I will be held Tuesday August)I E. Reddish. IN THE YANKEE CUPPER ? the "magic oven-eye" This
red when the ..
j jewel glows oven
TAKE e-: : Eula Walker has returned : 24 gOO: p m. at the home of Mrs I!!i i Members of the Lawtey Sihoo1 SHIPS OR THE WHALING = ( up to temperature your dependable -

orRELIEF Edith Ridenour. faculty. and Mr. and Mrs L. H EXPEDITIONS. i -- baking signal Grand- r
Starke Citizens I i'Futch! were in Starke three THE PHRASE J "
symptomaticf6 day: I HENCE I nze JesuIts every time.
6 6 Eligible For Cash 'Lucky Me' Plays !I I! this week attending the preschool I *WHEN MY SHIP COMES IN/" '
I: planning session of tht lours exclusively with the 1954:

Citizens of Starke ; Wed., Thur., Fri. i iI I I coming school term. SOME OF THE FIRST Magic Chef gas range.
trading area
I !i Mr. andtl's.. James AMERICAN BANKS i TOTAL
of good character and in need of At Florida Theatre Wainwnght

rFRIGIDAIRE cash are eligible for our Loan !I of Melbourne announce the birth WERE ESTABLISHED Cash Price 348.95
Me:' Doris Day of twins. August 12. The
services. Either on a Pay Day "Lucky starring babies TO GUARD THE SAVINGS

Status of $50.00 for 30 days at and Robert Cummings will play have been named Ruth Elaine and OF SEA-FARING MEN/ :w ,1 LESS TRADE rx
,
$1.75 interest or on the Famous .next Wednesday Thursday. and Kenneth Wayne. Mrs Wainwright Old Range 33.95

THERE'S JUST ONE Budget Plan Contact Marion .Friday at the Florida Theatre. The I will be remembered as Miss Agnes --

Finance (" .CmeamaScope production features'Thomas of Heilbronn.. Mr and Dealing with bank is --
FRIGIDAIREMade 0. by phone 5333 Gainesville our a sure way to help
10 new songs and was filmed in j Mrs. Edward Wainwright of Long 315.00
.
or wne P. O. Box 446.; 218 {
only by General i W, l' l'ersltAve.. .. Gainesville i Florida I Island also announce the birth of make your ship come in. ,

Motors Corp. -:- All other I Fla. (Adv ) Doris Day plays the part of an a son Edward Lee. on August 2

Electric: Refrigerators are ambitious showgirl who is stranded j Rev. and Mrs? Carroll Cumbee -
We im'iteou Completely Installed /
made by other companiesand and broke with a troupe of jOf Xewberry spent Sunday in Law- to come in and use our sen ices. W/tfj

cannot use the word ALL TYPES OF show folk in Florida. Robert tey. Rev. Cumbee is the new pastor I

Frigidaire. : PEST CONTROL Cummings is in the role of Songwriter (I of the local Methodist Church i One Cylinder Gas F R E EI

who masquerades as a gar- LAST WEEK

age attendant. 'Tis congratulations to Mr anf" I

Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE TERMITESHousehold Phil. Silvers bespectacled and Mrs Edward Massey on the birth

? ? ,i Commercial I quick-witted has a serious crush of a son. Randall Allen, in Starke CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS

GROVE SPRAYINGCall I on Dons and helps her and Cummings Maternity Hospital. August 9.

THEN SEE i for estimate to find an "angel" for Cummings The annual Home Coming at the f FLORIDA BANK at STARKE

musical. First Baptist Church last Sunday

E. H. SMITHTenth I Florida Pest Control Doris is extremely superstitious was well attended. The pastor '" & APPLIANCE CO.

m the mo\ie. and she bumps into Rev. Edgar Wilkinson, broughtthe Member Florida National Group

I & Chemical Co. .Cummings in an attempt to dodge 11 o'clock message and Rev 149 W Call St. Starke Fla.

and Temple Are. 2220( S.W. 6th St. Ph. 6033 a black cat. Their success in producing Jack Seamer was speaker at the

Starke, Fla. I Gainesville, Fla. !h.s SlJW and in love provides evening service. Dinner was spreadn I I {

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Sunday with the Jack Wilkinsons. Faircloth, Helen Padgett and Lil- la The Circuit Court Of Tar EI heirs devisees, legatees, grantees, The East 520 feet of Northwest I I successors.
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Judicial Circuit Of Florida, la .t.1 creditors and other claimants by Quarter of Northwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter of Northea-'
t Dumpie and Bessie talked P. T. A. lie Carter were all with us, all For Bradford Conatr: through under or against Ola The Northeast Quarter Section 24, I Quarter and Northeast Quarter ,.I

7 work most of tHe day. had walked; rain or no rain. We In t'hanrerr. de, deceased The unknown heirs Town 'itiJ1' 5 South Range 22 East Northwest Quarter and Northwest
; Report LONG BRANCH Canal Timber Corporation. ) I devisees, legatees, grantees cred- containing 8-acres, more or less Quarter of Northwest Quarter East
We learned that Mr. Long of got our programs planned and Plaintiff, ) itors and other claimants by, excepting therefrom road right-of- of State Road :\o. 200. and that
other business attended to \s. ) I through under or against J. E. Terry way described in Deed dated Octo- portion of Southeast Quarter i t
: the School Board has had a ce- some Florida Land and also known as Julia E Terry and 'ber l.>, 1953 and recorded in Deed Northwesi Quarter lying West
by Mrs. J. L. Stricklandand Immigration ) LI
from ment walk made from the'sl'hool- and we hope to be ready to reallygo ('"ni all)' of Florida, ) T. J. Terry her husband, Ervin B. 'I Book 74 Page 409 Public Records of Seaboard Airline Railway s,., .
i Whitney whose last known addresswas Bradford County. Florida. tion 12, Township 5
Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA South,
; house to the cafeteria and the to work when school opens.. et dl., ) Pange
Somerville, Mass., John H. WIlliams 22 East.
Defendants. ) Southwest Quarter of Southwest excepting therefrom tlt
? benches taken out of the cafe- Our first regular meeting will be QUIET TITLE. ETC. and wife Rose Lewis \\11-1 i Quarter of Northwest Quarter. Section road right sofway described In
I the OIlUKIt OF llama, Harvey L. White. James 1*. :26, Township 5 South. Range Deed dated April ::!6. 194, retordr.i
teria and oak chairs in in- Sept. 14, at 7:30 p. m. at PI HLlC.TIOD: :
II; : Congress We glad can :Mrs. put I AOriCK '1'0PPtR Ward. William R. Whitehead also 22: Bist. in Deed Rook 45. Page 29. !nbl<,
i are we say stead. schoolhouse, we plan a special The Male Of Florida, To: known as W. R. Whitehead and W Southeast Quarter of Southeast Records of Bradford Count Fl. -
Wellhausen was out to church program which will be of interest I I M. Overstreet, if alive and the un- Quarter of Northeast Quarter; rida. and in Deed dated May V, 1"':4
iI We are thankful that we folks known spouse of each of them, if recorded an Deed Book 39,
Sunday. and everyone was glad to here at "Hill fortunate to all. and all are invited to at- The following named defendants alive, and if any of them be dead, Southeast Quarter of Northeast said Public Records. Pagra.
bj BILLY MATTHEWS I see her again. She looked well, Clay are to the unknown heirs devisees Quarter of Northeast Quarter;
tend, member or non member who are residents, of the State of I spouse North Half of Northeast Quarter ofSoutheast That portion of Northeast Quartr'
to have done
how sick she enough these things grantees, legatees, assignees. of Northeast
considering very far and We calling in Florida: and Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Southwest
near. are creditors other claimants, by,
Along with several other Congressmen has been. We just hope she will )I for School us and Board do and wish all to thank concernedfor the speakers from other places to Emma Pearce Hill, a widow, individually through of under the above or against named each and South Quarter Range: Section:22 East.27. Township 5 South uarler.. Range Section 22 21 East. Township; also de-S

continue well enough to be withus and sole heir law every per"ollswho South Half of Northeast scribed as Lot 25 of
several weeks ago I introduced these done for help us out on this program, may- as at are deceased; to the Chicago : Quarterof same Woodlawn as
things being IS
in worship. We must that of Louis H. Hill whose Florida Association Southeast Quarter of Northeast platted in the current
deceased Title
say Chicago
,
bill the be they can enlighten us on some Section i; records of Bradford
a proposed by us. We realize that there is justa and Trust Company, A. Earstein Quarter. 27. Township public Count
prayer is heard and answered. duties want all of residence and address is Lawtey, South, Range 22 East containing said Section. Township and
of so we {
our Sons, J. L. Faulk & Company. Palmer -
Southeastern Fisheries Association certain amount of funds to be Range
: which
;5 less. lies
acres more or South of State
Florida
of
This is just one more proof ; Brothers, Earstein and Leah-
I you P. T. A. folks who can to come Road No. 225.
which call 'the used for these and Southwest Quarter of Southeast
improvements
we might Risser and Stearns Mosher
it I do believe that who R. P. Jones whose residenceand man
; everyone Quarter of Northeast Quarter Section Lots %5.
"Fisherman's Protective Act". The this amount has to be divided ,and help us out, for we sure need I I Brothers, M. Ferst & Company, 39. (0. t" of WOodlawn in
address is Fernandina Beach i 27, T6wnshii> 5 South, Range Section 18, T
knew Mrs. Wellhausen was pray- I !Lippman Brothers E. J. Acosta, "
!
purpose of this legislation wouldbe ing for her recovery, and these among all, therefore it makes us enlightenment Florida; whose last known addresses was 22 less.East, containing 10 acres, moreor or teas East; cJntainmng U acres. 010111

to direct the Secretary of Stateto prayers were heard and answered more appieciative of what is done. Well here is another possum R. R. Thede, whose residence ]Savannah, Atlantic, Georgia Lumber Woodlawn Company Syndicate -, Southwest Quarter of Northwest Tou and eacb

act immediately to protect I Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Maxwell call- it makes little and address is 2584 Bradford Quarter of Northeast Quarter. Section notifie of YOIJ are hereby
there is no doubt of this. story, me a jealous. Park Street, County ank., The Baptist that a Btu of Complaint
l. 27 5
I. ed last week and Home Florida Land and Township South Range has been filed
Immigra- in
in on us we were
wa- the
American seamen arrested Jacksonville
Florida
; 22:! East, containing 10 Circuit Court
Mrs. Chilson, mother of our but I will tell it, nevertheless! tion Company of Florida, Gross acres more of L'radford County,
nationas than pleased to have them or less. Florf4a In
this more
ters not recognized by II. Chancery,
Manufacturing Company Jacksonville I by Canal
school supt. was with us One night last week Faye the North Timber Corpora.
Sunday one-Quarter of Northwest tioh
under the jurisdiction of another with us for a little while. Mr. i Ge.'rge J. Arnold Leroy Daniel Provision Company, McXery Quarter of as plaintiff and against
NorQiwest Quarter \.acb y'Oll
, country and to take prompt also, and we were very glad to Maxwell always brings Jim some daughter who lives here on the ArnolJ. Daniel T. Atwood, John S. Grocery Company and Company J. L., Harvey Raley-Hamby Realty Section 35, Township 5 South, and the nature of of YOU said as defendants; that

steps to obtain release of the vessels I have her. Beech Nut tobacco and they have, place, was awakened sometime Pennett, also known as J. S. Ben Company and their unknown suc- Range 22 East (excepting there- ; and confirm the title Slut of is to quiet
from the plalntl"
right-of-way of S.AL.
We had 92 in Sunday school inMaxville nett, and Carrie B. Bennett, his cessors, trustees, stockholders and Ry. Canal Timber ''
involved. I am happy to report morning and we a good time alking and chewing through the night by somethingin wife; Thomas J. Burrin, also knownas other claimants by, through or under and the road :)rights-of-way described above described Corporation lands to tb.
Sunday in Deed dated 1925.recorded as a tee
April 15.
that the Senate has approvedthe together. No need to say Mrs. Thomas J. Burren; and his wifeJenttte them; and to all other persons Deed simple title; and you are
the kitchen Book 39
eating something.She in Page required
think that is a goodly numberfor Maxwell and talk t;. Burrin, also known as claiming any right, title, lien or Interest to appear and wrve a
I good
already passedthe enjoy a Public Records of Bradford copy of
has
bill which Tour
churchas Jennett E. Burrin, J.V., Baker, in or to the following described answer or
as small a town and first thought it was Nickie ', Florida > Deed dated June pleading on Plalntlfr.
House and I am hopeful that also, we are both flower lovers those last known address was property situate in Bradford 14,1 ; n attorney, A. J. Thomas, Jr.,
1937
recorded
Deed "'hole
we have. the then she said "No Nickieis azeysburg, Ohio. George S. Baxter, County, Florida to-wit: in Book address IS Starke
the President will soon sign it. exchange flowers talk of our dog, :!, Page 68. said! Public Records; file Florida, and to
The Teacher's Association meetsat outside and can't in So };dgar C. Long and Walton Ferguson Lot 64 in Woodlawn in Section and Deed dated the original of your
aid fish- children and everything else we get in October 2J, 1935, answer or
should our Jr., Co-partners doing business pleading in
This the
measure 10, office
Township 5 South Range 22 of
recorded Deed the
Book
U
in 164 under.
church Thursday Page
Maxville ,
the have time to she was rather puzzled. She final- under the firm name and style of signed Clerk ot
East
erman who have been illegally can think of and as same is platted in Public said Public Records) said land lying CircUit Court 011
night of this week. and to G S. Hauler and Company, ClarenceD. Records of Bradford County, Flori and being West Sept 6. 1954; otherwise
seized in waters near the Mexican talk about. They asked about our ly decided to get up go Ulake&lee. I!. P. Bennett Jr.. EI- da. of S.A.L. Ry. track legatlonl the al-
The next Union Meeting will here "Miss the kitchen. When she stepped nara L"ennett. J. N. Bostick and his and containing about 8-acres, moreor 01 lla.icl; cemplaint will w
including ,
few neighbors ta.k. .
coast during the past years. Lots 35. 36. 37 and 38, In Section less.West as contested by
all wife, .
Creek 27 Mary I. Bostick also knownas you
This past week I joined with be at Cedar Aug. ; Lillie", Jack and Dumpie, Danny around the table to tutu on the M. I. BosticW, whose last knownI 11, Township i 5 South. Range 22 East, Half of !Southwest: Quarter, this IT IS PL'ITIIER ORDERED that
are welcome. there an enormous I I address Berrien Geor according to plat Wondlawn, Pub- Section 16, Township 7 South. Range order 01 Publication and Notice
Louisiana well almost every light was was Cobnty, be
Lang,
Connessman Willis of Jimmy ? lic Records of Bradford County 22 East, containing 80.44 acres, moreor forthwith pUblished
and other Congressmen to requestthe Mrs. Harold Eunice underwent one around here, didn't have time "rat" there at the table leg eat- as gia.Edmond Edward Crawshaw Craw&haw; ,, also and known wife Florida, except easement and right- less, and lytyg and being in the week for four sU'esshe once weeks each III

departments of surgery at St Vincent's hospital for all. These folks are always ing! She didn't know whether to I Laura F. Crawshaw, whose last of-way as describe in Deed dated County of Bradford. State of Florida, qUjilifit'tI Bradford COURty Telegraph, a duly
E. 1927. and recorded InDeed EXCEPT title to
appropriate February an undivided
12. We were told Sunday that known address was St. Louis, Mo., newspaper published i ia
the government to continue their Aug. welcome with us, so come again. go on and battle the thing or not! Joseph Crawshaw, A. J. Campbell, Book 4%, Page 20 of lh; Public three-fourths of all phosphate minerals saM County.

hyacinth which she is recovering unusually well. Rudolph Whithead and family, She backed up to a shelf by the .Scott Strong and James Williams, Uecorls of Bradford Coun'y and metals and title to anundivided WIT ESS my hand and Official
fight! on the water Pintz Keysport Pa., Trustree of the Methodist Florida. one-half of all petroleumthat seal at Starke,
causes us so many millions of dollars Gladys of last i also Shirley Carter spent a recent door and felt up on the shelf Until Church. North of Burrin Station Episcopal and I Lots 55 and 56, lying East of may be in, on, or under the FlOrida, this August Bradford 5, 1954.County.

each year in was visiting the Louis Carters week and with relatives she found the hammer all heir successors in office as such; State Road Xo. 200 in Section 1:, above described land, with the prIvilege (OFFICIAL SEAL
worth of damage week. She is a first cousin to I :>\. P. Cauthen, Frances Drumm and Township 5 South, Range 22 East, to mine and develop the same, Clerk of ) Charles A. Darby
the
of our Bill Lang passed of the time keeping her eye on reserved In the Board of Circuit Court of
our Florida streams. Many 'near Tampa. Harold Drumm, her husband, whose containing 19 acres, more or less. Educationof County, Florida Eradfors
in the 8th District have Louis. through our midst not so long ago thing at the table got the last known address was Newark, Lots 53, St, 59, 60 and X% of Lots the State of Florida. and their 8:6 4t 8i28.
citizens There was a revival at Long Ohio; Thomas Dixon, 0. M. Evans 57 and 58 Woodlawn, and containing .
about the hyacinth on one of his trips to Ga. hammer.went back, turned on the
written me Branch church last week. Lucy A. Emerson. J. R. Earle Jr. 50 acres more or less NOTICE
and I am hopeful that this }fr. and Mrs. William Dupreeand light and the fun started! She also known as John It Earle Jr., !said property lying in Section 12,
problem Lillian Padgett and her son J. C. Edie. also known as John C. Township 5 Soulh Range 22 East- The City Council
to completion.This McCormick from Jack- chased Mr. Possum around and I met August iii, 1SS4, at 8:00: o'clock P.M.
fight will be pushed Andy were included in a camping Mrs. Edie, James II. Fuss, Individually Bradford County, Florida excepting Florida 'revise the registration books at Starke,
the until she finally corneredhim and Trustee of Woodlawn therefrom the right-of-way of of the City of Starkt' Florida,
past week Congressman sonville, were in this neck of around as Syndicate and the following names were striken from
at Heights. Lillian the Seaboard Air Line and road the books for thi
trip Keystone and his wife, Lillian W. Ry stated The Council reason
"sau- will
head into be in
Syd Herlong and I joined Con- said she enjoyed the week, butit woods Sunday afternoon callingon then beat his Foss, also known as Lillian Fos&, right-of-way through said N% of at their call meeting time of 8:00 session o'clock on the 24th day of August, U54,
Charles E. Bennett of relatives and friends, among sage meat" bones and all! Shecouldn't whose last known addresses were Lot 57 as described in Deed dated and to restore any names that have P.M., to hear complaints, Ie any,
pressman was quiet when she got back the thing Cambridge Mass., David Floyd, II. April 26, 1924, and recorded in Deed been e.-roneouslr striken----.,
decide how
the 2nd Congressional District, in home. these A'ere Dora Byrd. Richard whose la.st known address was Book 45, I'age 29, Public Records of Anderson, George A., Dead

appeal to the United States Langs and J. 1... Stricklands. They got into the kitchen, but we final- Winthrop, Ma-s, W. T. Graham. Bradford County Florida. Andrews, Rome J., Removed Johns. Josephine F., Removed
an The Stricklands spent the day the Elmas Norris and E. S. Crawford Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, IS, 16, 17, Johns M .V., Removed
Engineers to include the sum of were looking for pears and tryingto ly decided it crawled through Kxeruturs under the Will of Levi N. 18. 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 4i: Andrews, Mrs. Jewel H., Removed Kearns, Mrs Margaret J., Removed

$7500 in their budget for the next justification for federal expendi- locate some chickens to buy. screen they had failed to hook. Morris, deceased, and their successors 46, 47, 48, 49, 50 63, 64. in Wood- Alvarez.Alvarez "Mrs.Raif V Ruby, Removed Removed Reams, c. W., Removed
but ,, J. W. Ga.skins. John Alexan- lawn in Section 13, Township 5; Kartsoni.s. A. A.. Removed
fiscal year to bring up to date a tures.I Well, they found both here at our Any way she got her possum der Graham, James II Gates, Thomas South. Range 22 East, and containing Albright Albert. Removed Kartnoni Helm, Removed

survey on the Cross State Barge am proud to report that both house. We have plenty more for says she would rather leave the B lIamby and Wife Emma M. 230:; acres, more or less, excepting Akridge. Curtis Removed Land Martin Removed
the future! Mamby. John L. Harvey and Wife, therefrom road right-of-way Akridge Ileha, Removed Land, Jettye Ruth, Removed
Canal. As you know the terminus the House and the Senate have anyone who wants them, so we hunting up to me in Emma G Harvey. Erastus G. Hill, through said Lots 63 and 64 as described Akins, Josephine RemovedAtkinson Matthews E. S., Dead

of this canal is Yankeetown whichis passed legislation which would extend will be looking for some more of. I would rather she would too! individually and as Trustee, L. W. in Deed dated October 15, J. E., Removed Mooney Mrs. Aifie, Removed
Hagg, W. t;. Knight Alexander 1953 and recorded in Deed Book 74, Atkinson Mrs J. E., Removed Melson, W. S., Dead
in Levy County In our district.I the direct home loan programfor you folks to come hunting chick- Kelley. Samuel C. Lane, also knownas i Page 409, Public Records of Brad- Brownlee. H. L., Dead Mlll", Harold. Removed

am hopeful that this money will our veterans for another year ens, fryers and old fat greasy I Of PubH>*tlo. And M tlc* Sam'l C Lane, J. B. Mc aught, jford County, Florida. i jI Lurns, Edward, Dead Mueller' Shirley M., Removed

be provided and that before long until June 20, 1955 and would hens will we see you coming our I Order. Urcalt Court, Bradford Cuaat" known tlanche address k aught.was whose Zanesville last, -Lotumbered Section 19 and ES 36 -of Lots Woodlawn 53 and Rurdette.Bowers Lettie H. S.,M Removed, Removed Miclet Mills !H.. Mrs W., Pauline Removed, Refttovrd

steps can be taken to start this make additional appropriations of way? Hope so! .Florida In Chaarrrr.Thomas Ohio. Thomas. McNaught: and Opal I 60 'Voodlawn Section 15, all rtrue. Inez, Removed Mills! Lulu Mae, Removed
Manuel Cornatzer, Plaintiff, McXaught. his wife whose last in Township 5 South, Range 22 East Begue. Ralph F., Removed Moore
Robert L.. Removed
which will mean so $150 million that date. Our We had meeting of our P. T.
great project by a vs. Helen Irene Cornatzer. Defendant. known address was Norfolk Virginia and containing 20-acres, more or Begue Doris H., Removed New-some, R. A., Dead
much to all of Florida. I feel that \veterans who live in rural com A. last Tuesday and we were Case No. 10609'To Donald L. McKay, J. D. Mc- less, according to a map of Wood- Burdette. Margaret K., Removed Phillips F. F.. Dead
Appear Slate Of Florida Toj J.emore W. M. Montgomery, Mrs. lawn as recorded in the public Bennett. Mary N. Removed
with the industrial developmentof munities should contact the near- surprised to see so Peck Allen A.. Dead
really many Helen Irene Cornatzer whose residence Emma Mitchell, Lazarus Mohr, individually records of Bradford County Florida Htyant Willie. Removed Prfsslev. Jo:. L.. RemovedPresMey
our area that once we have est VA office immediately if they' out considering it was just a and address is: :2175: Brindle and as Trustee, whose excepting therefrom road right- Barker. C. J., Removed Mrll. K U, Tiemoved
Canal it started Street, \\inston-Salem, North Caro- last known address was Chatham of-way through said E% of Lot 60 Barker. Louise, Removed Robinson, J. W.,
the Cross State Barge we are interested in building homes.Another [business meeting. Before Dead
County. Albert E. Miller as described in Deed dated Eunice
I lina.You Georgia May 19, Canova. C., Dead Redgrave A.V.., Dead
have a good onance of getting important piece of vet.rans' one of our sudden showers came are required to appear on Wm. H Martin Jr., George W. 1924, recorded in Deed Book 60. Colson. Pearle M.. RemovedCavalier. Sauls. A. F.. Dead
August 30. 1954 In the above named Major Fred Milton The unknown I'a-e 21, Public Records of .
LTad- Charles, Removed
the Suwannee which has cleared and thought most people Simeons. T. S..
improvements on ( legislatjpn up, we Removed
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff heirs devisees, legatees grantees, ford County, Florida.Lot Duhart. Annie Mae, Removed
River. With the development in both Houses is the extensionof I wouldn't be out especially those seeks divorce. creditors and other claimants by. 42, Woodlawn !Peotion: 17, Epperson. Leona, Dead tefnhagn. Carl, Removed

particular of the pine tree industries one year to the periods in which l who had to come any distance. Bradford County Telegraph shallpublish through, under or against Levi X. Township ;5 South Range 22 East, Edwards Ruble Mae Dead Stelnhagen., ileorge.Mrs. Augusta Removed, RemovedSchacffcr
this Order in next four Norris, deceased Samuel Parks. *. 10 acres, more or less; Also, Lot 48. Eberle. Edward C. Removed
I hope we can prove an economic Korean veterans may apply foi Well, when Dumpie Miss Lillie weekly issues. J. Powers T. W. Pitts. also knownas Woodlawn Section 18, Township Eberle, Mrs. E. C., Removed -haeffer. Mrs Mary K.. Removed

justification for the development -. and complete their education. and I got to Daisy's there was Lpai Witness my hand and official Thus W Pitts. M. V. Hale)', Elizabeth 15 South. Range: 22 East, 10 acres, Filhngim Q. A.. Removed Thomas. A.. Marie C. Rcinvpdl'nderhili. Removed
t at St.trKe, Florida, this July 28, Reed, James A. Sherman. ire or less Mrs
R
Josephine ,
of our streams in the The House this past Monday bj, Lottie Starling and Olla Padgett. 1954. whose last known address was Lot'4.: 59 in Wnodlawn In Sectmn I JFillmgim Removed I nderhill.; Paul. Krmoved

8th District. One of the first essentials -I en overwhelming vote, approved s L In a few minutes here come some (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chsrres A. Darby Ke.-ne. XH\\ Hampshire, Frank A. 17 Township :0 1 South Kdnge Flynn. Elliott J. Dead Walker Wilkinson., John Edgar If. \Head\' RemovedWilkinson.
As Clerk of said Court Max :22: Kast .
Stallard (
Stern individuallyand lont.uiung 2t-.ur-s m"r -
in obtaining federal funds seven .per cent pay raise for postal : more and they told us they had By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk as trust.... Mary Silva, Joseph or l.-ss.Woodlaw. .c.odwin.Hart. W.Annie H. Dead Lou, Dead \man '. Removed

for improvement of our streams is workers. The measure is now r passed fouiwalking.. in a few Za<'h II Douglas, 505 Lynch Building ''B. Ktuk!, L A. Shattom-h. Augusta n. Joh"!>un. Harold .A Removedli'hns Walters.. Inez lol. I>radYarbray <
I.
Ja'k.n\'iU., Florida Sumrtifi ton. isaai D. Smith. G. E l.. :-III. "I -- e,Son I'. Township .1 Ralph RnnneilYarbrav
to be able to prove an economic in the Senate minutes Lillian Padgptt Gertie Att>* for PIt 7 30 4t 8 20 Snyd'r, M Squires The unknown 5 South, Range 2East: n..rry l! mf
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAREE. FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 20, 1954
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)1 II Bradford County Teachers AdvisedTo I Fourth Union Service 'Band Members Get

I r Held Sunday EveningThe j Uniforms Next Week

t, Adopt New Approach To TeachingBradford I fourth of a seiies of five I Bandmaster Gay A. Rimert an-

i ,Union Evening Worship Servicesof ''nounced this week th-it Bradford
I II II iI County's teachers changes to different types of i the First Christian First Methodist -( High School band members mayI

II I I were urged to adopt new teaching teachers from year to year. I and First Presbyterian pick up their uniforms! at the Band
I
I methods in the light of psycho- He said the third method is an I Churches will be held at the First Room any time during school
I Joan this week in an ad- autocratic method in which the I
logic findings Christian Church. Sunday nightat hours next week. Rimert said the
Gladys Mooty I Ahrens of teacher tells the child what. when,
dress by Dr. Maurice 8 p. m. The pastor. Rev. J. E :band hopes to get an early start
Phone 35stn I the University of Florida. Dr. Ah- where, and how to think. He said
Sherwood will read the
preside.
its active program for the l.umi -
at the first pre-school this was fostering the autocratic I jon
.. IJ I rens spoke scripture and lead the evening (
6 I - ssrsspspS=I=111161
r- --- - Silcox I session for this year'steachers. way of life. mg yeai
planning prayer. Rev. \V. McAhley.: pas- i
New Woman's Club Dorrald BusbyVeds I : The fourth method is for the tor of the First Presbyterian (
'EiI Ahrens asserted that 80 to 85 .teacher to work with the class
Officers HoldPlanning I James O. Sewell I I :'per cent of instruction was basedon .democratically. He encouraged the .Church will preach" on the topic
I' "You Are a Debtor. Special music
MeetingThe In JacksonvilleMr. I II i Weds _ three false assumptions. These II.teacher not to dominate the class- will be furnished by the First !,1
i are 1)) that facts can be memorized room, but to encourage the chil- Christian Choir. !
I land retained, 2)) that facts retain- dren to work out their own prob-
newly elected officers and and Mrs. Walter Bruce
T-r--- lea used when needed, and 3) lems through classroom discussion. The public is cordially invitedto
i
are
chairmen of committees of the Goodloe of Jacksonville announcethe I I
these services.
He said that the school
1 that' teaching facts, we can must iI
Starke Woman's Club enjoyed a marriage of their daughter. Harold by
I' I make a transfer in the behavior teach what society is demanding!! The final service will be held
luncheon at the Officer's Club at Dorrald Goodloe Busby. to James I I
of the pupil. He cited tests to of the children. He said the homeis i I at the First Presbyterian Church,
noon. Sewell of Jacksonville, :
Thursday Overstreet
Camp Blandmg prove that most facts are forgotten unable to solve these problems,I August 29. at 8 p. m. By: Dan Weeks
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, president,' son of Mr. and Mrs. William Byron I in the first year, and that often because it is unorganized and has!i

presided over the meeting following Sewell of Starke, and Little Swit- Epps most people can not use what facts no access to facts. Although most people think

the luncheon, when programsfor ze/land N. C. I I they do know to help them in a He said that the three "R" are of I'HF as being principally a

Jhe coming year were plannedand The ceremony was performed :new situation. tools of learning in which subject I IDIE1 ID means of bringing television to

committees appointed. Some I Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock in I ; Ahrens advocated a new concept matter can be related to current rural and fringe areas ultra

very interesting programs have,the Riverside Presbyterian Church, In which the teacher would inter- problems. He described how a "' ---- ---- high frequency bids fair to playa

already been arranged, and mem- Jacksonville. with Dr. Albert. J. "pret and present the facts so that teacher could compare the form \ Hhoppjng role in the Th' picture -

ben are looking forward to a Kissling officiating. the child's attitudes, interests, ing of the United States with the I ; I I before many moon hate

most interesting and progressive Following the marriage :Mr.:I ideals, appreciations, and social present problems of the United .. passed.' Actually, there Is room

year starting at the September and Mrs. Goodloe entertained witha I jskills i would be affected. Nations.He in the frequency spectrum for
t ,I ; He said the of education said that arithmetic could be i about two thousand stations
meeting.
small reception in their home on In an impressive candlelight in rosepoint design over white purpose
Those enjoying the luncheon Avondale Ave.. Jacksonville. I service Saturday afternoon, Aug. |satin. The fitted lace bodice over'I would be to enable the child to understand taught in terms of a school bank, I II II I but-a fat 85 per cent of these

with :Mrs. Kincaid were-Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. Sewell left for a 7, at 4 o'clock, Miss Joan Silcox, satin was accented with a low' facts that would lead to and other similar approaches couldbe I I are strictly property of rlIF.I .

B. Peyton Mrs. M. W. "Cressler. in South Flori- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy B. round neckline highlighted with I the development and improvementof ma e. All of these factors Therefore it's, quite plain that
short wedding trip
Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. P. J. their return will reside Silcox of Starke, became the seed pearls and long sleeves that democracy as a way of life. should point toward one goal he I in time this medium will pro-
da and upon said, and that goal would be: form-
He said that the education
Quattlebaum, Mrs. Lex Green in Jacksonville.The bride of Harold W. Epps. son of tapered into points over the wrists. new Tide a far.wider choice of programs -
attitudes" for
ing "right future
would work behavior
Mrs. F. B. Beard, Mrs. R. F. and reception was Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Epps of Net- The bouffant skirt was of gathered on patterns for \It"\\ers
wedding members of
and not toward intellectual a democracy.
Young Miss Clara Leaman, Mrs. immediate mem- tleton Ark. Rev. L. D. Haines nylon net over satin. The dress
attended only by achievement. Its is to develop Incidentally we notice reports -
Mrs. James A. the First Church buttoned down the back with self- I purpose
L. N. Pickering, bers of both families. Among pastor of Baptist new behavior. patterns that the Air Force is experimenting
Griffin, Mrs. Dave Paulk Mrs. those present were: Mr. and Mrs. performed the double ring cere- covered lace buttons. The finger-t change old undesirable behavior; I' with television as
Russell Mrs. C. J. Houpt, the Baptist Pastorium, in veil nylon net was caught to I
Norman, W. B. 5,well and daughter Virginia mony in tip of patterns; and to strengthen present a means of briefing pilots on
Mrs. L. H. Jennings. Mrs. H. C. of Starke. Mrs,, J. D. Cot- the presence of many relatives and the hair by a coronet of seed pearls I behavior patterns that are con- : weather conditions. Bj using

Ritch, Mrs. Paul Bridges, Mrs. W. of and Mr. and friends. and rhinestones. The bride carrieda
trell, Leesburg sidered desirable.He central facilities and telecastIng -
H. Smith Mrs. Tom Harding and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell Jr., and son, The ceremony was performed white satin covered Bible topped said that there are four the Information to distant
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Mrs. R. F. Demorest. before the mantle which was decorated with a white yellowthroatedorchid heefaIe.1y!
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Duncan, of Eustis.Josephine methods of teaching. The first is points, It eliminate the cost ofhaving
with candles and blue and white carna- Faucet doutt
with
lighted
the "shock" which each ba..e.There .
treatment the forecasters: at
tall baskets of white satin streamers. The following births have been Her levity newly
banked
Methodist WSCS fern, by tions tied the
; Johns teacher uses whippings, threats are no TV sets in planes
white gladioli and pompoms interspersed Her only ornament was a pearl announced by the Starke Maternity Spring-cleaned how.
failing grades, or other violent of course; Dagmar and 500
Held Monday MeetingThe Marries James HyersMr. with greenery againsta necklace and earbobs, a gift of the methods to command learning. He Hospital: Would you like to see jour mph speeds don't mix. The

background of palms. bridegroom.Mrs. said that it usually develops undesirable Mr. and Mrs. J. W. briefing Is done in alert hangers -
Methodist W. S. C. S. met Pa.1mes.\\
and Mrs. Berry Johns of selected for herdaughter's
Miss Joan Furlong, pianist Silcox
attitudes that art without the I
ex- stations. Wen,
Uonday afternoon in the churchsanctuary Starke, a son, William plumbing adjured and weather
residents
Jacksonville former Starke gave a program of nuptial selections wedding a gown of tremely hard to change. I I there's one of watchers

for their regular busi- announce the marriage of as the guests were assembling periwinkle nylon net over white The second method is by asso 15. I customary fuvsing; and folderol I who very likely group will have little
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ness and program meeting.Mrs. their daughter, Josephine Frances and accompanied Gilbert New- duchess satin complimented witha ciation. In this method the teacher Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Murray ofi i complaint to make of commer
E. K. Ferryman president. James Hyers, Jr., son Love ster I ? Call us! Our service is :
to Ledger comb, soloist who sang "I shaded lavender corsage. sets himself or herself as an ex Middleburg a son, Keith Alan, cia Is.
presided at the business meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Hyers Sr. of Alma You Truly" before the service, Immediately following the cere- ample. He said that this method, born Aug. 15.

where it was announced that there, Ga. The wedding took place and "The Lord's Prayer" during mony, Mr.. and Mrs. Silcox enter-. is not permanent because the child quick, efficient and economicaL And you'll have just as littlecause

will be educational seminars on Saturday evening in Folkston Ga. the ceremony. "Pomp and Circum- tained at a reception given in the Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hilliaid. of for complaint if you

the subject "Mission Study Cours- Mr. and Mrs. Hyers are making: .tance". was- used as the wedding pastorium dining room. The bride's Lu.tey, a daughter, born Aug bring your TELEVISION
old ,
I years on Tuesday Karen I
es" at the following points: Hast- their home at 442 Oak Street, march. table overlaid with an imported I 6 Biggs 15. TROUBLES to WEEKS RADIO
Was old on 17 Carolyn -
years Aug. I
ings on Aug. 31, High Springs i Jacksonville. The bride, given in marriage by cutwork linen tablecloth, had a I: Edwards celebrated her 21st Pvt. and Mrs. Gilbert S. New- & TV SERVICE at Court St.

on Sept. 1, and in Inverness on I her father, had as her matron of white pompom and greenery centerpiece I: Whether your problems concerna
birthday oft 18 and Hazel
Aug. I comb, Jr. of Camp Gordon Ga.
Sept. 2. WOW Meeting honor, a sister-in-law of the groom At one end of the table I:1 \ new or old set we shall be
Ritchhad Wednes- I
a birthday on :announce the birth of a daughter I
Mrs. Bill Epps. The little flower was the embossed three-tiered privileged to do our utmost to
Mrs. A. Wood had charge of the: 17.
Iday. I II on Tuesday, Aug.
The Supreme Forest Woodman's; girl was Jayne Hardy, daughter wedding cake topped with a miniature Hear that Nora Lee Wainwright II please )'ou. Call 153 for FREE

combined devotional and program I I Circle will meet Tuesday evening,,, of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. bride and groom and surrounded -I was surprised by a phone call last 1st Sgt. and Mrs. Donald N consulation.That .

which concluded the year's theme Aug. 24 at 8 o'clock in the WOW r Bill Epps, served his brother I with florets. At the other I I Wednesday night from her husband Hardenbrook of Killeen, Texas announce i PHONE 414-J

con "Sowing The Seed". I Hall. Refreshments will be served. as best man. end of the table was the punch I' Pfc. Earl M. Wainwright the birth of a son, Donald .- I

----- I \ The matron of honor wore a bowl surrounded with florets. who was in Tokyo, Japan on a Lee, in the Army hospital at Fort i
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strapless gown of pink nylonnet Mrs. L. D. Haines cut and served Hood Texas 5. Before
\ week of rest and recreation! on August '
over satin with a fitted bodice the wedding cake. Mrs. Henry Sil I s Our Business
After his vacation he will returnto her marriage Mrs. Hardenbrookwas
BEST RATES IN TOWNRepresenting and was accented with a net stolle cox and Mrs. J. E. Hardy pre I his duties as Supply Sergeantfor Miss Oleeta Green of Starke. 0 S S If It's Glass We Have It!
and full skirt, ballerina sided at the punch bowl. Miss
gathered Co. A of the 5th RCT, whichis '0 CALL WRITE or VISIT
length with a narrow ruffle. She I Mary Louise Libby was in chargeof stationed in Tongnae, Korea CEMETERY WORKING J /J

woie matching mitts. Her head- the bride's book. Earl is hoping to be home by the There will be a cemetery work- I j Peters Glass Co.
Joe
America's Largest Mutual Ins. Companies piece featured net.with pink and Mrs. D. L. Silcox Mrs. James end of November Invitations ing at the New Hope Primitive :

white carnations. She carried a Lewis and Mrs. Vernon Silcox are being received to the forth- \I Baptist Church near Brooker on i FOR ANY GLASS NEED '

COMPARE THESE SAVINGS nosegay of matching net and car greeted guests at the door and coming marriage of Julia Smith Thursday, Aug. 26.
Modern Store Fronts
assisted in WI Design
nations. friends of the couple

AUTOMOBILE 10 20% The little flower girl was adora- serving at the reception. Koller(JuTes) on Bevan Sept.to 18 William in Madison Watson. I *LI ..---.-----i-i.- -:" .pi -_ I I % .. AIS Just Mail Us A Pattern for

ble in a dress of white organdy inserted After spending some time with I : Table Tops
FIRE DWELLING 20 Hear that Jack and lone Haile
on with lace, over blue satin I their guests, Mr. and Mrs. EppsIleft Fla. Phone 4353
Gainesville
', of Miami have adopted a handsome I 1313 N.W.4th PI. -
FIRE on BUSINESS 15 with blue sash and mitts. Her on a wedding trip to South i DA..IC .
five and a half year old son.
headpiece featured matching ma- Florida. For traveling Mrs. Epps I
MOTELS 35''' I Michael Jackson Haile Congratulations !
terial of ruffles and flowers. She chose a blue silk chiffon dress I STARKE FLA.
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GARAGE LIABILITY 35' carried a nosegay of matching net, I complimented with rhinestonei The latest! thing in chain letters' IMPORTANT NOTICE
and carnations. The matron of i jewelry and white accessories.
is the recipe chain Have youreceived Fri. Sat. Aug. 20,21
honor and flower girl wore jewelrythat [with a white orchid corsage.
More ? I .
Why Pay one yet The one DOUBLE FEATURE -
was a gift of the bride. | The young couple now reside at l saw had the names of June Brownlee Recently it has come to our attention that there is

The bride's gown was of lace!J 402 N. Cherry street.
,-t ,.. S I and Madge Chasteen at the Pals Of The Golden a rumor to the effect that E. T. Shull is no longer

bottom and I suppose by now the West

Contact L girls have been literally flooded : conducting his plumbing business in Starke. Sucha

with delicious recipes Hope
With Roy Rogers and 'Trigger" .
We have
they don't file 'em away and for- report is utterly without foundation.

CONNER Bros. Insurance Agency : : get usually all do about. 'em At -any the rate way the I ALSOSTALAG-17 recently opened a branch shop in Jacksonville but


I recipe chain looks like loads of main business in Starke at 716 W
Don
129 W. Call St. Phone 285 With William lloiuen and will continue our
I tun, so if you get one in the mail Taj lor

I Ikard of a prophecy the other' serve, leaves Aug. 29 on a two be sure to pass it on Plus Serial Gunfighters Chap. 7 Lafayette St. as usual. Your continued patronagewill

day that so far isn't too far from I;weeks cruise from Charleston, S. So long for now If it doesn't

wrong they say that if it I.C. was sorry to hear that Ruth rain by next week I'm afraid this I Sun., Mon, Tues. be appreciated.E. .

doesn't rain on the first dog day, Edwards Lane and Brother, Der- column is gonna "dry up" likeeverything I Aug.: 22, 23, 2-1 \\1

July 25th that it won't rain for riel Edwards who were returning else I DOUBLE FEATURE T. SHULL PLUMBING

HUNDREDS 40 days and it goes on to say thatif I from a vacation were involvedin -- Carolyn 3-BIG DAYS3WICKED
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it does rain on the first dog an accident in Bay City, Texas.
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day it will rain for 40 days last Thursday which completely u--

of details are managed and economic so according to that we don't needto demolished their ca.r and Ruth received With Beverly Michaels and Richard Mjjjtoii uyj imiMji J

t ally attended that only a trained and look for rain until Sept. 5th a fractured knee and face :, Egan '

careful organization can attend when and in the meantime the leavesare abrasions and Derriel is in a cast I tooAiTHEATRE -ALSO- FIGHTS

.the urgent need for serving is at beginning to fall and the dust with a back injury they I 'j TELEVISION

hand. Continues to roll up in clouds and confined in the Matagorda -aro'l j City Of Badmen

people in general are whitheringfrom pital Bay City, and expect to !
lack of rain and this swelt- released in ten days to fly home!! i I IX TECHNICOLOR i' MON. WED. FRI. NIGHTS

DeWITT C. JONES ering heat. Ruth writes her fa\nily that I With Jeanne Crain and Dale ,
I i i. Robertson
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. See Brad Locke 'is now workingfor the folks in Bay City have been PluColor Cartoon for Kids RECREATION HALL

..f'I 16 Starke :Motor Parts Co. so good to both Ruth and Derriel. I. I' (AIR CONDITIONED) 3

and wife Sharon Locke is workingat calling on them in the hospital S C I
Funeral Director Ambulance Service 'i 116 E. CALL STREET
the Highland Humphreys Plant and giving them flowers and I Wed.. Thur. Aug. 25. 26

Our local funeral home enable nj to offer convenience t.D4 hear that Faye Paulk is work- other courtesies 3 BIG DAYS 3 DOUBLE FEATURE i a-: --'- ---------------------------- ti

services not otherwbt available. ing on the office staff on the I Mr and Mrs. C. A. Polhill and Phantom From SpaceTed i
AND
I .. BEER
CONDITIONED
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of N. Y. family of Lake City are occupying : AIR --
Cooper and Noreen Nash
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-.ts-tsrrs5srsrsrssssss5sssst Sr sss5r.jsJpwe in Jax she stays in Jax all one of the McKinney apts Wed. Thur. Fri. I

turnlah the highwt! type service at lowest prices, andIccpt I week and comes home weekends and J.V.. Burr has also moved ALSOPRETTY ::3 SANDWICHES

ANT life Insurance policy in force lined by ANY i Rhoda Dampier tells me that into one of the McKinney: Apts I AUG. 25, 26, 27 I: BABY 4 rrr--re-neeeeen
company, aa payment in part or In full on a funeral. I she will be entering St. Vincent's the M. D. Gassetts have moved in ; With Dennis Morgan and r r -C r-

Consultation carries no obligation. ''I hospital on Tuesday for surgery the Gay apartments the J. C : Betsy Drake 33 3- EVfJrbOdy'; Welcome!

sasrr r SSSSrSSrrssssSsSssssssssrs-rj rss.. I and that she will be off daty Mainors have moved into the Lacy Coler Cartoon for Kids 3

irom the Selective Service office Conway house of Washington .. ... '
I corner : ,
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IJSewing --'-- __. 1uekuMe3. :: .. "A I
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'for 3 weeks Dorothy Tilleyof and Orange sts and i : '--- < _. ___ r' -- -

G. C. S. will pinch-hit in the Mr. and Mrs. Danny Wood of

local board office while Rhoda is i Terry Haute. Ind. are renting an :: \\ \ rZ. I/ 0; IWantToServe .

:: uff Gail Duke is holding down apartment at 615 McMahon St 0'f r.t I.
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: Dr. Ritch's office this week while, Mr. Wood is employed at Hum- I '_. 'ff1; JJ / 0
'the staff is on vacation and phries the J. L. Andrews I "...". "'''' / 0 ,' YOU on YOUR

Mae Mersereau has been pinch- have moved their trailer over on' : \ vTW #' : ;

hitting for Joan Silcox Epps the Cherry Street 'I : /1" i F'S

,. past two weeks in Hardy Bros. Larry Devrick celebrated. his : CINE cop, CITY COUNCIL i
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In mentioning short hair-dos 11th birthday on Aug. 11 with a .

last week I forgot to mention that I swimming party at Lake Geneva, : AHoWARNERCOLOR : .
Machine Operators Mrs. Titus Olson also had her! his 16 guests enjoyed a picnic ITST"'" 0 '
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mm PHI Graduate of of Florida, Business AdministrationStarke
: ocm : University I
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i lovely braids cut short not too lunch along with swimming I -

long ago and Ted Johns has a most'i Brenda Lewis who was 12 years I DAY .mMMINffi' SiLvtRst000 S BusinessmanChairman .
Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES becoming coiffeur cut by Grace'old on Tuesday entertained 12 of i : I II

I Doran of Los Angeles who was!j, her young friends at a weiner' 90 o o 004 *001000 I S of Bradford County Chapter Amer. Red Cross : -

18 THRU 35 in Tally several weeks ago Miss 11 I roast in the Lewis yard Tuesday 'I I I i ....n,**o rwunowi. _.MK am EI Ii Iii I S
... Chairman of Bradford County Tuberculosis Association.3IEMBER
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Doran cuts many movie actresses ,evening Janet Nichols cele- i 'T.f
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hair and did a beautiful job on I brated her 4th birthday on Tues- I I t tI
Benefits Include Life & Hospital
Company Group STEREOPHONIC SOUND]I
Ted I day afternoon at a lawn party for i [ I S OF I
Insurance Paid Vacations and Others
Friends' and neighbors of the,]!115 of her little friends where .
-ALSO- I First Baptist Church 7
APPLY AT OUR OFFICE Frank Hemmingways surely miss games and refreshments were en-

10th & CHURCH STREETS Polly, the Hemmingway's 42 ).earold .1 joyed by the youngsters and 'BUGS and THUGS' ,American Legion

parrot who used to call a Danny Cowen who was 5 years Forty: FJght ..-. r .'

greeting to all from the Hemming- old on Wednesday had a small .
BIG DAD Manufacturing' Co. way porch on W. Call street -,'I neighborhood party for 15 of his, CartoonAt MasonlcLodgeNo.33 !

he died last Thursday after a 2: little friends his mother, Eloise Starke Rotary Club ;

Starke Fla.! day illness hear that Kenneth I I Cowen celebrated her birthday on Regular Admission I' JERRY GAY
C Pd. PeL Ah.) .
Tyus who is.with' the Navy Re-,:Monday Jane Hardy was! five -
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Mrs. L. J. Green and son, Ar- 'Mrs. Earl B. Searing and Mrs. Starke, Florida da, wr*I lying each sidE of and within 20 in the Town of Starke. Flor
chie and Sara Barefoot W. H. Perkins in lying South of the within 30 feet feet of a centerline said Dit.'hIent'rlnt' te'tl shown tirded
spent were Lake City as. on plat rev I HI
Bank Mutual line Road
Burlington Saving a of the survey of State being described as fol Plat Book "N" 759 Public Re..
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last Thursday afternoon in Jack- Wednesday on business. Saving BankBurlington 100. Section 2S02, said survey line rinds of PYadford page County Florida
Vermont described follows: Beginning -
teing as on the West line of
sonville. t'ommpnlnr run thence Easterly the North
Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch and the Northeasterly extension .alon
on of Section 29. Town .
1 line of Madison
INW'
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Rev. Harold E. Bullock, pastorof son. Tom are spending this weekin II Section ZMC-1U7.: Mal. KoadNo.. I lof the East. lnt nf of Starke Block ,25 Florida of the 6 South Range 23 East at a point on a curve concave f.t to .thNortheast .<-
iou Bradford County Original point 884.41 feet Northerly from the .
Hi-Way Chapel, concluded last the Smokey Mountains, N. C. I Parcel >. 7 His"t of Way according to plat r..t.ordel in.Iat Southwest! corner of NW!, of SE', ha'lng'a radius of :1'
feet North \
run rstei \
Sunday a series of special meet That part of: Rook "N". page 759, public recordsof of skid Section 29, run thence North then'e \
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goodge and|1 I Lots "A"and "B" of rnck] 3 i'I Bradford County, Florida. at a 89 degrees, 11 mm.. 29 sec East along said curve a distan..t -f
35.6 feet less to the E.-t
at Norwood Assembly of God Starke, feet Northeasterly from more or
Addition 28.61
ings of Johns to point feet to the POINT OF PE- "
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie of 'I Block 9H.l0 line of Court Street at a point '< C
LpJ _, in Jacksonville. Goodge Florida, according to plat recorded the Northeast corner of said G of DITCH CEXTERLIXE.
-- feet
-rJ- -g- :SX Northerly from the pointf
North 72 "
Book "L. thence
I in Plat page 25. run degrees.
run thence North 0 degrees 48
Janice Vickers spent the last Starke and Mrs. Berry Dyal Sr. 629. Public Records of Bradford min.. 31 ,-et'. West 417.53 feet run 31 set'Vest 40 min. beginning run thence (uth..rhalong !
feet
Mr and Mrs W. 1... Nutt Of'' Misses Carolyn and Judith Ray I County Florida thence North 72 degrees. 03 mill.. run thence the East line of Court Street
I North 6 degrees, 33 min., 31
two weeks in Ga., and 'of Graham spent Sunday through sec. 30 feet of
Fitzgerald. west of and within 30 feet I 101 West to the Northeasterly more or lets to the I."mt| :
aipesvUle were Sunday guests I I11r. [:of Jacksonville were last week's lying "fc. West 95 feet run thence North 0 beginning,
Block
Road line of
I this week in Folkston Ga. with of the survey line of State extension of tht"e"t
with relatives in Winter I degree. 07 min., 29 East 165
and Mrs. I. E. Clark. Tuesday line said Original Town of Starke. I'e. Containing 170 square feet fli"iI i -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Ed- 10 0, Section 2802, said survey 23 of run thence North 3 degrees. 31
and Mrs. I relatives.Pfc. Haven and Floral I being described as follows: Beginning Florida, at a point 29.70 feet Northeasterly feet. 29 181 feet or less.!
Mr. Jimmy Davis and wards. The Edwards also had as City. the Easterly extension ofIhe from the Northwest cornerof sec. East. run Is owned by. K. K. Perrvman and
Thomas L. Smith, son of on j thence North 21 !!'. min.. :31
ughter, Diana Dawn of Black- weekend guest. Miss Derelene Delp, Alvin Westberry of Waycross, South line of Block 35 of IaldAddition said Block 28, see West Ii%! degrees.feet. I thence wife Lois Peek Perryman.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith, has Johns at..a point 18.S4! f..ettaltt"rly { Containing 268 square feet more
lear, Ga. were Monday guests of of Monticello. road I North S9 degrees. 23 min.. 31 sec ..
'corner of street or N Kfshlrnf
week -
Southeast less
been transferred to the Marine Ga. spent several days this from the or txduivt West 570.65 feet run thence South Par.1 :
rs. Daisy Ferryman and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark and of IMock 35, run thence North right .f way. I 45 degrees 36 min., 29 part of parcel of land .r.-
Corps Air Base at New River, I with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey. 2 degrees. 54 min, 53 sec. West Is owned by: The unknown heirs sec. Welt126.3i scribed as:
feet to the end of said Ditch
el Colley and family. children, of Miami, wree weekend ,:5 6.57 fet to the Easterly! extenIMOH d..vi"E't'1 and grantees! of Rill Car- Beginning on the East line .(
Marilyn Moore of Blackshear N. C. Pfc. Smith entered into Miss Vonceil Clardy of Zephry- of the South line of Block 24 antzas.! deceased. Rose Ederle and Water Street 320 feet Northf
guests of Mrs. C. D. Williams.Mr. Containing 1 051 acres more or
active duty with the Marine Air of said Johns Addition at a point Iht husband R. A. Ederle.Parcel the int.rl.tit'n of Laura Streetand
a. is spending two weeks wither and Mrs. J G. Wood of San :hills was the weeekend guest of 16.56 feet Easterly from the Southeast less.Is Water Street according t"
Corps on July 16. His address is I I corner of said Block 24, No. :r Right of Way owned by: L. A. D\'i" and his Plat recorded in Plat Book !.
cousin, Jackie Colley. Antonio, Texas arrived here Tues- Headquarters Squadron Eng. |:Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hunter. I Containing 0.031 acres, more orless (A) That part of a parcel of land wife Lee Per.mn ) Page H, Public Rcord. .'.fBradford

:Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Baxter of day for an extended stay with |I Mrs. H. J. Waters exclusive existing Street or I I described as: County. Florida run
and
:Mr.
Dept. :MCAF, New River, Jack- Road right of way Beginning at a point 40 feet thenc North along the East
acksonville spent last Thursday Mrs. Wood's parents Mr. and Mrs.A. last week in Is owned by: Harry E. Tucker East of a point tfhich is 105 l'ar..10.. is HIKht of Way of sid'al.r Streetfeet 7"
.1th Mr-' and Mrs. Ovid Lewisd J. Thomas Sr. sonville, N. C. spent three days and wife Annette I... Tucker. feet South of Northwest cornerof That part of: thence East 2>i feet
Carol Searing returned home Port St. Joe and Panama City. Subject To: Mortgage of Gulf Life SWV, of SE Section 28.Township East $3 feet of Lot 2, Clock 28 thence South parallel to East
/ family. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Gill and Insurance Company. 6 South, Range 22 of the Original Town of Starke line of Water Street 7. f..r.

Mrs. Fred E. Francis, Jr. of Buck and Gill 1 I Thursday after two weeks' visit East .and run thence South !90 Florida according to plat recorded thence West! 295 feet t;. the
Sammy
son. are Plat Book "N" I
Panel No. 13 Right of Way feet thence 215 feet thence in page Point of Beginning.
with her Mrs.
aunt R. B.
ort Myers is spending two weeks spending this week with Mr. and Trask Circuit Court Of Florida I That part of: Xorth 90 Est (' West 215 759 Public B"I.rd,: of Brdf.r I h'iDI s.e. of ar.H .h.i" .'..\ /..... .r
ith her mother Mrs. E. C. Priest I I of Lakeland. In The Judicial Circuit In And Lots C and D of Block 24 of feet to the Point of Beginning County. Florida, I; the survey -ii.f State ,:;.;; It"1;;
Mrs. J. F. Robb in Charlotte, N. HALF Kighlh In Chancery JOHNS Addition to Starke lying East of and within 30 feet of l lying South of and within 30 feet Section !2S02. said survey line:
nd'sister and family Mr. and C., and also going through the PRICE Final ClearanceOn For Bradford Robertas C unt Un-kerson) I'lam- Florida, according to plat recorded the survey line of Stateload 10., ,of the survey! line of State Road 100Settion described as follows ..111

Irs. L. B. Alvarez. I All Summer Dresses, Skirts Cathren:. Donald Lee Dn-kerM, Defendant. in Plat Book L Page 629 Section 2802, said IUr''Y beingdescribed 2802, said survey line being Beginning on the Westerly ,."t"1
Mountains. tiff \'
Smokey Public Records of BradfordCounty as follows: Beginning on described as follows sion of the North line of Block 4
: And Beach Wear. FrL and Sat. Florida the Southeasterly extension of the Beginning on the Northeasterly) extension of said CITY
George Cottman of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green L AnBulluMt of MarriaKeMJTICK PARK Subdivision .t
at LEILAS DRESS SHOP. lying West of and within 30 feet ofthe South line of Lot "D" of Block 24 of the East line of Block a point 117.70 feetVe
le"b' fiori
tMrs. and Mrs. J. L. Dowling I spent' part of last week vacation- Name Of TO The APPKAKIn Mate of Flor- lun'ey line of State Road 100 of Johns Addition to the City of 25 of the Original Town of Starke thE Northeast corner of> 1"1 1 .-f:
Beach are spending ing on the Florida East coast. Friends of Bill Beck will regret The Section 02. said lurv..y line being Starke Florida according to plat Florida according to plat recorded Ploek 4. run thence North
I to know that he is in the Ida Dirkerson uhoieresidence described as follows: recorded in Plat Book "L" page 629 in Plat' Book "N", page 759 Public degrees 20 min.. 31 sec. West 21 7-
to Sunday with Mr. Mrs. J. H. Fields spent from L I To Donald Lee Office address: Beginning on Easterly extension of Public Records of Bradford (Coun Records of Pradford County. Florida feet, run thence North 2 drgjec.!

nd Mrs. Wesley Andrews.Mr. Thursday to Saturday in Baldwin Veterans Hospital in Lake City. I c/o Excello and Company Post Corpus Chns the South line of Lot D, of IMock ty. Florida. at a point 186.56 feet at a point 28.61 feet Northeasterly 54 min., 53: ,:t'. West 5J3.75 feFI ii.
He 24 of said JOHNS Addition at a Southeasterly from the Southwest from the Northeast corner of the Easterly extension
is the of the
husband South
and Mrs. Oral Devrick and visiting her. sister, Mrs. Robert of the formerIrene I ti. Texas. HEREBY OIVEN that point 186.56 feet Easterly from theSouthwe't corner of Lot "l>" of Plock 24 of sid Block 25. run thence North i2.. line of Block 24 of JOH 'S .Addi
Bryan. NOTICE IS corner of said Lot D. run said Johns' Addition run thence degrees, 38 mm., 31 see.Vest 417.53 tion according Plat Book
on of Tampa were weekend guests E. Tanner. I a Bill for Annulment of Marriaeehas thence 'North 2 degr..s, 54 min., 53sec. North 2 degrees 54 min., 53 sec. feet, run thence North 72 degrees! *29. Records of L. Fag'

f Mr. and Mrs. Denver Devrick. Mrs. George C. Powell left Monday Mrs. James T. Prevatt Jr. and' been filed against you CathrenRobertas in the West 64.68 feet to the beginning West 64.68 feet to the beginning ofa 03 min, 01 sec. West to the Xorthealtf'rl' ('olnl'I'ubll, at a point Bradford I isjr.t
entitled Court by Jll\rlda.
little daughter Debra above of a curve concave to the curve concave to the Southwest extension of the West line 'f
Lee
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and daugher for her former home in Rose- were Dickerson, Plaintiff in the Easterly the SiUthwt'i.tcorner
.
Southwest having a radius of 286. having a radius of 286.479 feet, run 28 of said Original TI'nof of Lot
Mrs. Fred Guy, and her burg, Ore., where she will teach guests of Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. Pre- above styled ordered cause and, and directed you areIt"rl'by to 479 feet, run thence Northwesterly I thence Northwesterly along said Starke, "Florida at a point 29.70 Containing 265 D of square said Block feet more:t.
,valt Sr. and last along said curve through a total cure through total central angleof feet Northeasterly) from the Northwest or exclusive of
aughter, Jane, of Gainesville are i school this winter. Mr. Powell will I family week. file your appearance, answer or central angle of 69 degrees, 43 min., 69 degref. f mm.. 38 sec. a corner of ..i Block 28, jr if'sS right r.f existing Street
pending two weeks Miss Wanda Faye her pleading to said Bill either 38 sec. a distance of 348.64 feet to distance feet to the end Containing 11 it feet more lit way.
at 3U.6 owned
later. Thorntorp
Waynes-oin her there by: Carl

in the office and it.Thelma
rhonally or by Attorney Jl\hnl
the end of said curve run thence cf said! curve, thence North 72degrees or less exclusive of street or*road \ t.
ale, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hough of visited Mr. and Mrs. Randolph i of the Clerk of the above styl..dCourt orth 72 degrees, 38 min., 31 leI 38 min., 31 sec. West 101.1 right of way. !ldga\'e Johns.
Wilson in Waldo last on or before the 25th day of West feet to the Northerly feet to the Northeasterly! Is owned H. Adams
week. by H. and
Mr. and Mrs. Moore and 10111 : .
Jerry Mrs. Parcel N
Washington, D. C., Campbell September. A. D., 1954; otherwisethe e the West line of Hock of the West line of Block 24 of said wife Norma JE'andams.. SO Rlgh( of War
amily of Waycross Ga. were of Aberdeen, N. C., and Mrs. Jeff Wiley Hodges of East Pa- Mid Bill will be taken as confessed %4 of said JOHNS Addition John's Addition, at a point 28.83 feet I Subject to: Mortgage held by Gulf A parcel of land in Lot 1. BIoi k
latka visited by you. This notice to be point 28.S3 feet Northerly from the from the Northwest cor Life Insurance 1 o WYNN'S Addition accord
relatives Company.
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Hough, of Fayetteville N. in Starke published once a week for four (4) Northwest corner of said Block 24, Xortherl"! Block 24. to plat recorded in Pint

t B. Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. C.. were Sunday visitors of Mr. last week. He is the grandson of: consecutive weeks in a newspaper Containing 0.042 al'rt'1 more or Containing 18.9 square! feet more l'u",1 \.. 0- Might at War ords Book of"E"Pradford page 171 Public Re. -
of general circulation in BradfordCounty of existing road rightof or less : of existing street County Florida
Mrs. l..sl. exduiv That of
Ollie Crew nclulli'E part : .
'aul and Hodges of Lake described
Raymond families. and Mrs. R. L. Hough. Florida. way; or road )': ALSO.B West 22 feet of Lot I and East as:
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. I Butler.W. Dated at Starke. Bradford County [ALSO: ( ) A parcel of land described as Beginning at the Northwest cornerof
Lot
York of Mrs. E. L. Matthews and daughters 35 feet of 2 of Block 28 of Lot I of said Block
Florida this 18 day of Augu.t.'I9H. A parcel of land in Southeast follows: 1. run thenceEasterly
the Town of Starke
<'rnandina I and Miss Middleton B. Jackson Mrs. Gladys: of 24 ofsaid Original alone the North of
were overnight guests Madge corner Lt D of Bock Commencing at the Southeast for. Florida lnt
I I Bryan and daughter, Kathy, and I Charles A. Darby, JOH ncr of Lot "0" Block 24 of John's a.'ordinj to plat recorded said Lot. I a distance of 5 fto.t, run
ast Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. I II sper.t Wednesday and Thursdayof Clerk of the Circuit CourtJ. as follows: Addition to Starke, Florida according "N", page thence Southwesterly 1 feet more

3rad Locke. The Yorks spent the last week in Tallahassee visiting Elizabeth Bryan visited in Jack Frank West P.eginning on the South line of Lot to plat recorded in Plat Book County 759 Public Florida Records of Pradfoid [or less to the West of said Lot
ttorney for Plaintiff D, Block 24 of said JOHNS Additionat "L" 629 Public Records of 1 at a point feet Southerly from
emainder of the weekend with I Itrs. Mrs. Charley E. Johns at the sonville last Saturday. \\Villiston Florida a point 15.57 feet Westerly from I Bradford page County Florida run thence lying South of and within 30 feet [the point of 1 beginning, run thence

York's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Governor's Mansion and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen First publication August %0. 1934.: the Southeast corner of said Hot: South 71 degrees 54 min.. 53 sec. of 100 the Section survey 2802 line said of State Road line 'Northerly alone the West line of
sino 4t 9/10. D, run thence North degrees, 54mn. East 16.56 tfft run thfn1 North survey said Lot. I a distance of 10 feet to
have had as guests, Mr. and Mrs. : being described follows
F Dinkins. Mrs. H. C. Coulter.Mr. .. 53 sec. West 15 feet run 2 degrees. 54 min., 53 sec. West 3.46 as : the Point of Beginning-containing
and Mrs. Leon Hough and J. P. Brannen, of Dunedin, last In The Circuit Court Of The 1:1&10.11Judh'lal thence Southwesterly 21.21 feet: feet, run thence Xorth 89 degrees, Beginning on the Northeasterly extension 27 square feet more or less.
HALF PRICE Final Clearance of the East line of Block
Circuit In And For Brad. more or less to the South line of r 28 min.. 07 Ier. East 30 felt to the Is owned by: A. Baker and
fn AU Summer Drenses, Skirts Mrs. R. L. Tomlinson of Jackson- Thursday, Mr. and :Mrs. Maurice ford County Florida aid Lot D, at a point 15 feet Westerly > Point of Beginning of the 25 of the Original Town of Starke.Florida wifE Ruth Baker. B

Murray, of Tampa last Friday, Law !\o.T251 ,. from the Southeast corner of r of land hereinafter deSribe according to plat f'orded Subject to: )Iortgagf held bv Bur
And Beach Wear, FrL and Sat.t ville were Sunday afternoon guestsof aid Lot D, run thence Easterly thence North 89 degrees.! larce ir. Plat Book "N", page 759 Public, lington Saving a Mutual Sa\'-

LEILAS DRESS SHOP. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hough. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fleming L- PRADFORD COL TY. ) along said South line 15 feet to sec. Eal 20 feet run Records of Bradford County."lor frig Bank. Burlington Vermont
ida at a point 28.61 feet Northeasterly
of Ocala F FLORIDA the Point of Beginning ly feet to the East right ofway
on Sunday. a political )
Woods
Mrs. Carrie and granddaughters from the Northeast
Mrs. Charles Parker of Holly subdivision of the :State: ) Containing 133 square feet moreor line of said State Road 100. Iornt'rof TAKE NOTICE That a Declaration -
Carolyn, Evelyn and Mary Eve Gowen of Folkston, of Florida less. Section 2802 as described in "A" said Block 25, run thence North I of Taking has been filed in
)
ill spent the weekend with her Ga. Is owned by: O. P. Raymond and above at a point 10 feet North 2 degrees. 72 degrees! 38 min. 31 sec.! West I the above styled by the
Mary Jane. of Savannah. Ga., are is visiting Carolyn Vickersthis Petitioner, ) wife Ethel 417.53 run North 72 degrees .ause. pe-
arents Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Raymond. 54 min., 5: :e.'est from fl't. thtnrl ttoner. the acquiring authority of
Notice Ol
> 03 min., West
spending this! week with Mr. and week. Subject to Mortgage held by Irs. Parker was joined by her VII ) I(Life Insurance Company. South degrees 54 min.. 5 Northeasterly extension of the West! the above
sec. described
Mrs. Ewell Lawson.Mr. Mrs. 0.V.. Barry, of Brooke: ) Rule KUI .East 10:feet to the Point of : : line of Plock 28 of said Oril"inalTo"'n I lands, for the
usband, Pvt Charlie Parker who I K. PERRYMAX, et. elin- nf._ Plnri"_ .__, _at. _a ,ntin*. purpose net forth in the petition
and Mrs. Frank Walters, of and Mrs. J. R. Crews of Jackson j I P.r..1 No. 21 Iticat of Way fling; Containing 100 square feet. :: n Shrl. w. I lin this came.. vl... t-i hf. <>, _aw
ame home on two weeks leave IF.l. ) That part of a parcel of land described Is owned by A. N. Holliday and 29.70 feet Northeasterly from the -- -- -,
Waco, Texas, and grandson, Frank ville, were Monday guests of Mr.: Defendants, ) as: Hope Holliday. "his! wife. Northwest corner of said Block 28. drainage ditches borrow pits, bor-
rom Camp Gordon.ICHARLEY on the East line of Subject to: Mortgage to F. F.r.r.1 Containing 55 square feet more or row pit drains! and haul roads, fora
Walters Gainesville and Mrs.F. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. \0lliV kwlnrnt Beginning portion of
State
of Of Uo'niiU'Proverd-. Street 100 feet North Flume less, Ix'lulrve of street or road Road N.. 100.
.A Moore and Mrs. T. A. Stelle Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Norris visit IRK-I \'ATEP Northeast intersection right of way. in Bradford County. Florida, and
-- IX THE NAME AXD BY TilE AUTHOIUTY -. Of LAURA Street and WATER No. Kafccnient I owned by: Sun Seal Laborator that one of the Judges of the Circuit -
also of Gainesville were Tuesday ed relatives and attended the OF TilE STATE OF. Street in the City of Starke, Lateral 13 nu..1 Station iE'l Incorporated. Court in the Eighth Judicial

guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shrine ceremonial in Ocala, from. FLORIDA Florida according to plat recorded t.CH.D'. 111101 Part) Subject to: Mortgage held by Gulf Circuit of Florida wi on the 30 day
To All Whom It Life Insurance of August. A.D. at IO'0'i A.M
May Concern, and I in Plat Book 2. page That part : Company. :
Mundy Jr. Friday to Monday. to !all persons and parties having ;'JclalRung i I 11, public records of Bradford West 20 feet of South 100 feet o'clock in the forenoon hereof, in

Mrs. Charley Johns and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hemming- any right title, interest,, County, Florida. run thence of Block 9 of Raskins Additionto Parcel No. M Bight of War Circuit Court" Chambers in Brad-
estate mortgage or other lien to or. North along the East line of the City of Starke, Flcridaaccording A parcel of land in Lot 1, Block ford County Court House at Starke
'
Markleyann, and son Jerome,, I way Jr. and family, and Mr. and I on those certain parcels ol said Water StreVt 220 feet to plat recorded in 2 of WYNN'S ADDITION to the Florida, consider said Declaration

are spending this week at their Mrs. H. E. Alexander and family, land hereinafter described and the thence East 295 feet thence Plat Rook "J" page 147. public Town of Starke, Florida accnrd- of Taking, appoint appraisers and
following persons together with all]i South parallel to East line of records of Bradford County. ing to plat relord..d in Plat make such orders .the Court deems
summer home at Crystal Lake. of Jacksonville, spent Sunday with I unknown persons claiming by,. Water Street 220 feet thence J'lorida. ALSO, Book "i:" page 171 Public Records proper. All parties to the suit and

Mrs. E. N. Griffin and Mrs. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G: through or under known person who I West to the Point of Beginning are dead, or who are not known tc) lying East of and within 3 Clyde Dees and children. of Waldo,, Hemmingway.Miss I be dead or alive: of the survey line of State Road 100 XKy. Section 29. Township 6 South. Beginning at the Northeast cornerof designated.You .
Section 2802, said survey line being Range 22 East running Lot I of said Hock 2, thence
I1 North 2 degrees run and each of
and Miss Ruth of Tallahas- Virginia Sewell returnedto I NAMES .. you are hereby
ADDRESSES
<: Epps, AND REjSl'ECTlVE described as follows: Beginning on West 326 feet to a stake on Westerly along the North line of \commanded to
I ; PLACES OF RESI'JE. .. the Westerly extension of the North North edge of said Lot I distance of 5 appear by fittpff an
fee, were Monday guests of Mr. Fort Lauderdale Sunday to resume CE a certain ditch thence a feet, run answer to the petition
: lm1 : line of Rlock 4 of said CITY PARK South 88 7/8 SIS feet thenct Southeasterly 7 feet more or heretofore
and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. her music teaching at thE Subdivision d..grtes'It fed in this cause in the entitled
j at a point 17.70 feet thence South degrees East 326 to the East line of said Lot 1 .
I ifr. and Mrs. Sid Shuford spent Northside Elementary School. K. Ferryman Westerly! from the ortheat corner feet to South boundary of SW of at a point 5 feet Southerly from September on or btf.r. the 30th .da)' of
I jStarkt', Florida .of Lot 1 of said run NHi4. Section 29, thence North 8* the Point of Beginning run thence 19:4. to show what right
II the past two weeks at the Pauline Mrs. W. H. Thomson Jr. ai 1d1 1 thence North 2 degrees, 20 min., 31 7/8 .degreesEast 813 feet to Pointof Northerly along the East line of of title jnter( l..ns you, or any
|Lois Peek Perryman sec.Vest! feet thence. said Lot you, hare in to any of the
I children 21i9 run Beginning; 1 a distance of 5 feet to
Torode Lake. of MonticeUo. 'Starke
cottage" Kingsley are spending Florida above described lands and
North : dfgre..s. 54 min.. 53 "E'('. ALSO (B) the Point of Beginning. shoW
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding are from Wednesday to Sundaj r West 5:3.7i feet to the 1-alot..rl-- .A parcel of land described as Containing 10 square feet more or cause why the same should not be
I I.. A. Davis the South Beginning at the SE corner of SWl taken for the uses and set
E. JOHNS & SON I spending the next two weeks vacationing with the F. F. Stumps. Mr. Thomson 1 Starke. Florida 24 of Johns Addition according of Xii of Section 29 Town- I'ss.I owned by.: Eustix I. McKnight forth in the petition f..d purpole herein.

in Sumter and Florence, will join his family on Satur. plat Book 1, Page 629. Public 1.- ship 6 South Range 22 East wife Arlin L. McKnight. WITNESS my hand the seal
Lee Perryman Davis ords of Bradford County and measuringNorthward on Subject to: Mortgage held by T. II. I of said Court on this 19th day of
about this question S. C.. Richmond, Va.. Washington. day.Mrs. 1 Starke, Florida at a point 168.56 feet Easterly from said East boundary line 326 feet McNeill and 'Wife Tabitha ) August, A.D., 1954.

D. C., and Atlanta. Ga. R. C. Weaver Sr., of Miami, fcary the Southwest corner of Lot D ofid.m..k r to a beginning point running thence MI'S..i.Par..1 CHARLES A DARY.
Ennis : 24. North on said! East boundary 786 No. 91 RIght of War Clerk oT ( of Bradford -
Mrs. W. M. Wimberly. of Mulberry pent the past week with hei]r !SOS So.Vlllow Ave. 'ontainin/ 0.050 acre more or feet thence West 896 thence A parcel of land described as- I County Florida.
f..e
[is it true that a $10,000 in,. visited relatives here over daughter, Mrs. Hogan Smith, a rid'I Tampa Florida rght 15'; exlusi'(' of Street or Koad I South 7S6 feet, then.E' 96 feet: Beginning at the Northeastern corner Hollis V Knight, County Atornf'Y.
the I
way. to Point of Stark. .
Beginning, of COI'RT and MADISON; Florida 8/20
Durance policy will provide a the weekend. family.Mr. Xeva S. Ennis Is owned by: Minnie L. Redgrave,, \ II
!SOS So. Willow Ave. a widow, _Thelma R. Johns and her
50 per month income for 20 HALF PRICE Final ( It'aran't'On and Mrs. H. K. Tyus anon :
years to my wife and children L, All Summer Dresses, Skirts Harold, are spending nexl l tnt: and her husband Joe ):.ttne. -
Pete
Carantzax Torode and her
in case of my death? Can I And Beach Wear, Fri. and Sat. week in Rochester, N. Y., will I sentative of the as Estate personal of Bill repre.Car". Edwin I Torot. Cheri M. Redgrave,

at LEILAS DRESS SHOP. friends and antzas, deceased a J. H. Redgrave Jr..
arrange for such monthly: sightseeing.Carolyn Jacksonville,. Florida a minor. J

payments instead of paymentin Mrs. Harold E. Bullock will be I Vickers has returnee I
Rose Ederle Parcel > :
Right of
: o. \\ttf
a lump sum? the speaker at the monthly citywide home from two weeks visit will Starke, Florida That part of a: parcel of land described ,' .

youth rally in Jacksonville her grandmother, Mrs. Doeii as:
I I lR.| A. Ederle Beginning 210 feet South i>f
I next Saturday night. Her message Vickers in Fitzgerald Ga. Starke. Florida Northwest corner of SW1 ofSE

Mrs. Mary Lane of Jacksonville % of Sel.ton 28, Township 6
will be entitled Banners '
Hoisted :- 1.0\.
N. Holliday louth. East run South BACK
!" I and Mrs. Mary Beth Pea-" Starke,, Florida (, run East 420 r..t. mn i
Johns North 105 feet West 420
Charley run
pock and ,
son, Ricky of Orlando IE
George Canova and Rex Ginn. ,. Hope Holliday. also known, as IIop feet to the Point of I'egmnlnl/.".
iof were weekend guests of :Mrs. .llaynes Holliday lying East. of and within 30 feet of
I Jacksonville. were visitingi I Starke the line of State Road 100 1 0
Florida survey !
Bertha Pearce. E h7IfI. )
i Everett McKmney on Sunday. I Section 2K02, said survey line being !, : ;
& Son Agency Mrs S. R. Love, of Ocala, i if i F. F. Flume described as follows! : Beginning on''i
:Miss Mamie Henry spent last, t' 'Starke, Florida the Westerly extension of the North j .
spending several weeks with her line of Block 4 of said CITY PARK '! S

BPhone 13 Starke Fla4jAAAAAALAAALAAAAAAAAAAA I. week in Tallahassee. and was i daughter, Mrs. R. F. Young, andI I Hope lcI. Haynes \Subdivision from at a the point Northeast 117.70 feetVesterlv AOOL .. : .::
; joined over the, weekend. by her {Starke: Florida corner II
i I Mr. Young. of LOT 1 of said Block 4. run .... .

I, parents Mr and Mrs A R Henry. I Friends of Mike Drew will be, t to. L. Havnes. Jr. thence North 2 degrees 20 min., : ::: .: ...
sec. West 21.79 feet, run then 31/I ;
Starke, Florida I :
-----I-- ) happy to hear he returned home North West 2 dt'/rees. 54 min.. : 1. \ :: ,: \ ?: ....,::::: .. 1\ :

r- .Sunday from Alachua hospitalI Mildred Scott Hayaes 5:3.75 the South the Faterl' tx' : I ...... ........
.
:5tarke."Iorida '':: .
: '
where he received treatments for 24 of Johns Addition according to I .A. ""... ... .. ......
Carl Johns Plat Rook I. Page 629. Public Eecords I -, :
| an injured eye. He is getting along 1 1 jStarke, Florida of Bradford County. Florida at I
a point 186.56 feet from
nicely. Iat..rly
the Southwest corner D of I
iv
'I Thelma Lt
I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome Redgrave Johns said Rlock 24,

I and son John and Mrs. Starke, Florida Containing 1S5 square feet moi.|i [ SCHOOL
MaryI Nellie V. Martinez or lens, exclusive of existing Street i SUPPLIES FOR ALL GRADES

Dedicated To Community Service I Bolick of Starke and Mr. and: Starke, Florida ,. ALSO or Road right of way; 'I

I Mrs. Morris Williams, of Lake A of lam described
"Movie Are Better Than Ever" par'e a-
Joe .
Martinez .
I i I
City spent from Saturday to Tuesday -. !tarke, FloridaEustis Beginning on the South line of I

[jlf, you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. H. outh Street at a point 0.57 feet I SHOP
I McCall L. Mchnghttarke futlrl' from the intersection of f AND GET THE BIGGESTAT
at
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat Deerfield Beach. : Florida line of Water Street and KOCH

Mrs. D. N. Henderson of Miami,. the South line of said South Street.
'is Arlin L. McKnlght U said Street being shown on Plat recorded -
spending several weeks with' :Starke: FloridaT. in Plat Book 2. page 11. Pub VALUES IN TOWN

,. Aug. 21 ONLY I Wed., Thurs., Fri. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Henderson.Mr. 'I lie Records of Bradford County.
I Aug 25. 26. 27 If. McXeill3U1 Florida run thence South 2 degrees... ..
Big I and Mrs. G. S. Newcomi I : \\'. Magnolia St. 54 min.. 5 !'e('. East 10 feet, run .
Stars In 3 BKi. DAYSTwo spent Tuesday and New Smyrna Beach: Florida thence Northeasterly 22.36 feet more
Wednesday at: or less to the 576 Page
s I South line of said
On GunBlazing- : Camp Gordon. Ga.. visiting their. Tabitha McXeill South Street at a point 20 feet Biggest Value in Town !
WARNER BRCS: S lV.. Magnolia St. Easterly from the Point of
I \1" [ son and daughter-in-law, and! I New Smyrna Beach, Florida ping. run thence Westerly Begin-I [ Dictionary & Atlas 1.00
Wut.rnl I Mrs.: Belt Newcomb and their new said South line 20 feet to the 150 SHEETS
'
_, 1 P. Raymond 0 of Beginning,
IuckYM I baby daughter. //G.: Florida Containing 100 square :
ft't
i\ If: i :Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and I 'Is owned by: Hope ) Hayns.. NOTE BOOK PAPER !
a widow. Hope SOc
I Ethel Raymond Haynes Holhda and E
\\ 't a daughter Jean, spent the weekendin IjStarke I "Florida her husband A..N. Holliday: Ooria \ Zipper Binders 1.49

rThE1 : .,- .J. 0 Fitzgerald, Ga.i ? Haynes Scanlan and her hl". ,
\ I band J. A. Scanlan. and 3
f [Gulf Life Insurance Co. O. L. la-i tDs
: \ / : i Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddist| 'Uulf Building nes, Jr. and his wife Mildred i'lt''' : WITH vt Heavy Duty Canvas
LONE STARVKI&AKTES N 'Jacksonville Hayne.s. .
1 visited Mrs.V.. M. Edwards ir 1 I Florida:

: + : Jacksonville on Sunday. !Minnie I. Redgrave, a widow Parcel '0. 44 II It hi of Way RING 1
: l'i. /1 iStarke. Florida That part of: Large Assortment of ZipperBINDERS 59c
; :
Leth Mr -
and Mrs.
fRANK. MITCHELL : Rex Dansby and( Lots. I and 2 of Block 25 of th.i I BIERS ,
I ... _. _. : '
Original Town
daughters of Hahira Ga. Cheri M. Redgrave of Starke
were a minor
ALSO : Starke. FloridaJ. id.according to Plat rn'FI.r'l I
ClNlSSSSopgnwWARNERCOLOR : weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs 1 H. Redgrave, Jr., a minor Rook "X. pal/"t Ti'!'. [ 1.49 to 6.85 Black Stiff 3

: R. O. Dansby. tark... Florida lie Jlecord of Rradfort "' .unt\ I, Imitaton
CRIME Florida I
WAVE : I
1T5rA. : Lt. R. O. Harland lying South of and ">. ,
of Fort Bel- Icleoreia within 0 of

ALL STAR CAST : : oo IWRr AnL :: voir. Wash was the weekend gueslof .. Uvo Station Major Haynes J. A. Scanlaa Scanlan, Section the survey 2802,line said of survey! itatt line Road f.f being JOt'' H|i I BINDERS 35c j

Has: MAmool.ingBut (Confuse : D PAY .OIlMMluro, ()11\/\) \/{() :: Miss Delores McKnight. He \"\!arrenton nt Hill Complement Farms Virginia Station described the Northeasterly as follows.extension: Beginning of the"I!I| [ BRE CASES 2.95 up LETHER

artoon and Chapter Serial i : / : lien on Wednesday for furt her East Town line of Block 25 of the Original II I,
of Starke. .
ee ..00.:00..0..0.: duty in Germany. !Major J. A. Scanlan Florida StCf
lng
CARL ANDREWS : j i' :Mrs. Joe Lee and son. Virgil,.1 i I Vint tation Complement "N".to page plat 759 recorded Public in :'( al'Clrd-I'I .

I I -_-"-It.s.-ulPlnu.alU.. _.. -_..- visited Mrs. Inez Wilson in Waldc,|f\ Hill Farms, Virginia StationVarrer.ton Bradford 28.61 feet County Northeasterly, Florida. from at a po-nt!the! [ Mechanical Pencils 29c up Composition 25c 3

Sun. Mon., Tues. ; _.HENRY! BUhr[ .__ o.a: on Thursday of last week. Harry E. Tucker Northeast corner of said Block 25. Book

Aug. 22. 23 1 1 I run then'E Xorth 7! degrees. 3* nun .
2STEREOPHONIC Miss Starke. Florida
SOUND} Mamie Anderson of Archer 31 sec. West 417.53 feet. run .

3 BIG DAYS the weekend Xorth 7! degrees, 63 min 01 th.nft'.e,.
spent with Mr.
Annette I* Tucker ."-eat to the Northeasterly [ PENCIL BOXES 29c
Plus "Bugs and Thug*" Cartoon I and Mrs. E. M. Davis. Starke, Florida !said inn ft thpflt lineof IMock exten-28 of up Staple Machines 98c2 j 3

( Mr. : Original Town ol Starke. Flor
and Mrs. John Deas "
REGULAR ADMISSION' Jr. Lula 1'. Torode
_ _ ; ida at a point 29.70 feet Xortheasterly -
and daughters Sue and Martha Jo Starke Florida from the Northwest corner of A

I MISS NINA BISHOP visited friends in Panama City, Edwin Torode said Containing Block 28.365 I FOUNTAIN
square feet more $1 Typewriter
I I over the weekend. tarke, FloridaDr. or or road less, .xduivt of way.of existing street PES up Ribbons 75cONE I ICfaildrens
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...-- I Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and H. H. Adams Is owned by: Gary Ennis and his
I Coming Soon ;irtarke, Florida wife
: I family are spending ten days at Neva S. Ennis. DOZEN

i.-., ,_- Santa Fe Lake. Norma Jean Adamstarke Parcel No 55 RUhl .f Way I Carrying

h -Tournament of Ros:': Car- Hell And High Water ,I Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and Florida That part of: i

tooa and Latest World News I family and Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson Sun Seal Laborateri, Inc. al Lot Town 2 of Block of Stark.%of Florida the Origin.according 15c only 39c 1.291.

REGTCLAR; ADMISSION IN riVFMASrnPF spent the past two weeks at itarke. FloridaA. Book "N"- to page recorded 75*. public In Plat rec PECL CAE 198

p I Fernandina Beach. B. Baker and wife Ruth DaVer ords of Bradford County. Flori

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUJJTY TELEGRAPH, STAN, FLORIDA -
FRIDAY AUGUST 20, 1931
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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I VVYYYYYYffVVfVYffYVfYYYV Jacksonville spent Sunday night I after a week visit in Miami with CEMETERY WORKING on or before September 1. 1S54 Gds
SOIL CONSERVATION II with the H. M. McRaes. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. will be received until 10 utln-k, i A
I I :M., August 21, the off.of .
1954 at '
HEILBRONN PINE LEVEL I ,Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Fouts of I II and :Mrs. Kirby Callahan.Mr. There will be a cemetery work-' the undersigned Count)- AUtO'nl'
x ing at the Sapp cemetery near in Starke. Florida and u.i.i i ..c
Mrs.
N-E-W-S I Lakeland and Mrs. Alice Crosby and James T. Wain-
Raiford 24. All interested opened at 12 o'clock noon ui.aa;
August
on
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By Mrs. Ancel Norman by Mrs. H. M. McRae !of Tampa spent the weekend with wright of Melrose announce the are urged to come day. .
prepared
By Bill Haas dar AAAA..AA..AAAAA..AAAAt I t ... ........ .. ... I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. birth of twins August 12. They l I to work. HOLLIS County V K.V1OHT Attorney,
I have been named Ruth Elaine and
We were glad to have Mrs. 1 t .l. I
SOIL
U- S. CONSERVATION u
the morning worship Sun- The Revival meeting at Pine Kenneth Wayne. Mrs. Wainwright
Tony Gonzalez with us at church CVLL FOR BinS
day three Gideons had charge Of Level Baptist church closed Fri- will be remembered as Miss Gladys I
SERVICE again after a serious illness. Bids are invited for the purchase ;
the program. They were Pete Jau- I Thomas of Starke. SKIN ITCH
day night. Dr. Peter Conley of of the J. II. Smith residence (with .
A. don Freeman Register, Sr. and Fort Worth, Texas conducted the Edwin McRae made a trip to I all fixtures except bath room I' HOW TO RELIEVE IT. 1
Ducky Linsin each Scottsboro, Ala. last Thurs- i, '
The Board of Supervisors for Soil and water conservation brought a short sen-ices. Three members were add- plumbing removed* situated at the IN 15 MINUTES
but inspirational and day and accompanied his mother, I THE RIGHT POINT for the Southwest corner of the intersectionof
the Bradford Soil Conservation I I farm plans were delivered to Tom. told message ed to the church for baptism.The Mrs. J. W. McRae and boys home i Madison and Water Strtetv I U .., yW *d. veer 40 rJka: fraa
District held their regular monthly of the Gideons and their work. 'way you write. Come la and select Starke Florida, each bid to be u, bq..... iTMLi OT 4 ISIit.k
meeting at Lloyd Green's home. ,'Carey, H. H. Hamilton, and P. M. At the lose of the service Sandra community was saddenedby after visiting her parents. your favorite ESTERBROOK writing and accompanied by a iertified in- ud oat kiiniaf..IB .laattlr .kill
rmt fufiu cttUct. W. a.r-
Those present were V. R. Ferguson Leaman. Tom Carey plans to use Carmichael came forward for the death of Johnny Knight Mrs. R. R. Crosby and sons I.Fountain, Pen. Only $%.31 at cheek bidder for is. $100.00.to remove The, at s.uictsiful his"- lul lor tcuau, ria....... feet lltk .>iU
J. B. White, and Lloyd Green. Coastal Bermuda for one of his baptism and membership. Sandra Friday night. Services were held and daughter and grandson, Douglas ,BRADFORD COUNTY TELE own ri..k and expense the dwelling .r surface rub.. Tcfaf atMITCHELL'S
and Bill pasture grasses. Tom is getting a and LeRoy Smith were baptised at Pine Level Sunday afternoon.Mr. Conner of Starke arrived home GRAPH.: il"'11 Its sue and from the additional DRUG STORE
Leon Carter
Supervisors; light Hf way of State Road 1DO
seed bed ready and from and Mrs. T. N. Norman and .
nursery Sunday afternoon at .
Haas, Soil Conservation Service.It Kingsley -- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- -- -- - .
was announced that a sign was this nyrsery he will be able to Lake. son Gerald of Heilbronn, Mr. and i' __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ c- ,:-.:;""-"' ;;:;-- > ':.:""::-; :,, ;'"..' 7.'c" : ;: : '.:. -;,--.:.: .,
of Coastal Ber- Mrs. Barney Eggars and children.
plant large areas Remember the
erected on Highway 301 directingthe working at the
muda grass next year. H. H. Ham- church each Miss Ardelia Hall of Jackson
Bradford Future Wednesday.Mr.
to the i
Farmers public of America and Soil ilton and P. N. Leaman are plan- and Mrs. Bill Green and ville, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby,
Pensacola Bahia for and children and James McRae Announcement
Conservation District farm and ning on using children were visiting relativesin "
visited the B. M. lcRaes Satur
nursery. The sign was built their permanent pastures.A Plant City last weekend. Their day night. t .
through the cooperation of Jim daughter, Estelle remained for a .
Grover, Manager for the Coca request for a conservationfarm two week visit'Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Petcher of

Cola Co. who furnished the ma- plan was made by Lester aqd Mrs. M. Beach of Jack
We Are
terial, and through the work of Kite for his farm located on the I sonville were visiting Mrs. De- day night and delivered an interesting Proud To Announce That We Have

Paul Hutchens F. F. A. Advisor Sampson City Road. Lester's lores Carmichael and family Sun- sermon. We hope to
and Leon Carter, who assembledthe land lines have been located on have another guest speaker this Been Selected As A Franchised
day.Mr.
sign.A I'' aerial soil photographs has and been a requestfor made and Mrs. Felix Sapp and: week at prayer meeting. 'J.., .1..t...,.
report was given on the a survey Mr. and Mrs. Pete Reyes returned Dealer For
Southeaster" Area District Super- home Monday from a visit to Baltimore .
Harley Starling and Perry Star FILL DIRTGOOD .
visors meeting at Panama City. Md. ."
ling, both of Graham, used the,
The main topic for discussion at Glad to see Mrs. Harold Alvarez
District's to cut down
that meeting was the best methods chopper able to be back at church after RICH
old tobacco stalks.
their
cf water conservation and management being sick for some time.
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and the pressing need for Mrs. Carl Sapp is helping out TOP SOIL
good water laws. Lloyd Green has been puttingout at Leila's in Starke for a few
lime on his pastures. He states weeks. "**- See
P. T. Nolan directed the opera- that if you' ant good clover you Friends of Johnny Knight of
tion of the District's rotocycle, have to lime. "When you have a BILL JACKSONJackson
Hampton regret to hear of his
mower when it was used to mow good stand of clover your grass i death.
We extend sympathy to
down the weeds around the ele- will show 'up much greener", says I his bereaved family. Transfer Compan

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!. By Mrs. Lacy Norman family.the!; Several Revival around at Lawtey.here attended BUDGETLOANS AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION IN THIS AREAAs

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&A&&AAAAASunday Leonard Wilkinson of Maxvillewas

School 9:45: a. m.; Wor- visiting Floyd Norman Sun- : Most Of You Know YORK Is One Of The Oldest And Most Respected In Their

ship service, 11 a. m., and 8 p. m.; day.Winifred -
Prayer meeting each Wednesday Wilkinson of Jax Field Of Manufacturing The World's Finest
was in our community on business
8 p. m.; Teachers meeting each Saturday p. m. While here he took PAY DAY LOANS
Sunday p. m. Pastor E. C. Har- Misses Helen and Frieda Hardee ,. AIR CONDITIONERS FOR THE ROOM

vey.Mrs. and Gloria Vansan to Church at
G. L. Sapp of Heilbronnwas Lawtey. AIR CONDITIONERS FOR THE HOME
guest speaker at W. M. U. Percy Lee, of Jacksonville. was
here Tuesday p. m. on community the Marrs $ AIR CONDITIONERS
visiting family Fridayp. TO FOR STORES, ETC.
25
missions. We certainly did enjoy' m. $300
the speaking and learned a lot. Lacy and Larry Norman took

Evelyn Norman, of Jacksonville, cows to market in Gainesville Making Machines for Restaurants, Motels, and Business Establishments and the YORKAIRE HO>1EHEATINGAND
was visiting her parents this week- Monday. Prompt .... Courteous ...
end the Leonard Normans. I COOLING UNITS "Year Round Comfort the ,
Among those who are sick are at Flick of a Switch. :

Raiford and Henry Manning, of Lorene Mosley, Ellen Norman, Confidential Service ...... '
Jacksonville, were visiting friends Mr. Converse, and Joseph Starling fill
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and relatives here Sunday p. m. a grandson of Albert Nor
Shirley Smith spent the week- man. Hope all have a speedy re MARION FINANCE COMPANY !
end in Jacksonville with Linda covery.
Morris. Rachel Norman celebrated hei : EMERGENCY CALL COLLECT CHAS. C. SHEPHERD s RADIO TV
Mr.'glld' Mrs. Homer Smith birthday on August 12. PHONE 5333 Gainesville :
were visiting the Morris familyin A thought for the week: Bettei ,
Or write P. 0. Box 446, 218 W. University Ave. :
Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. is a dinner of herbs where lOVE Gainesville Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi. : 307 W. Call St. Starke. Florida
and Mrs. Lacey Norman, is, than a stalled ox and hatre I ..
and son, Larry, were In Green i therewith. Proverbs 15:17.: ":. ,'-, ::-=:,,-:,"-" >-.:..- :, ,- --.':; -.:_ : ":- .<"'":- ;-.::_;. ,- : "\; '';:'',=:.":' ''''. :::: ,'..:'.:.;::;" ,<: -'(,::":: -::.:-"'-:;:.::;,? ::.:..::::::-:,::::-::;._':,.;;:.;..\",_:;:':' : : ::::'-;;_:-,- :

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0aAii; :: ::" ;;; Prices 'MONDAY AUGUST 30TH Give Your Child A New BicycleFor





Is Policy Followed By Barksdale's -.... School, Advises Western AutoTired

Bradford County's schools will ovei 1 last year's total. I

I throw open their doors tn some Lawte\ will continue to have 10'cat'neih ': of having to rush through in wry handy for running errand
be to mindon of the Loom hose. { : Brooker will have five
It may hard get your 3,000 reluctant boys and girls on ; I breakfast to take the children to'' I lor mother.

fall and winter clothes in this | Barksdale's shoe department is' Aug. 30 for the beginning 01 an- -: Hampton five; and Heilbronn. school then go back and get Best of all,
you will
hot weather but actually it isn't also a joy to parents and then > ;other school year. The blissful toOl i them the afternoon be surprised
in at the
low
a bit too soon for mothers to start | children. Our special x-ray shoe l'l'I 'three month's summer vacation RJE will have one additional Then ,Auto price of Western
why not relieve yourself of j bicycles.And .
out-fitting their youngsters with fitter makes certain that you get has been whittled down to a few .earhei this year bringing its r4 .: this '
I'
good, warm clothing that will wear I the right size for that growing short days, and those traditional total! to 14. Lawtey will continue I tiresome chore by buying each bicycles are just one of

well and still not be too expensive. boy or girl. Too many grownupsare I'I'I three "R's": "reading 'riling and'rithmetic" to nave rive; Hampton. two; Thur- It. 'I child of school age a sturdy new;I the the many useful items carried by
I slim two. Water Oak, two; and bicycle at the Western AutoStore' local Western Auto Store.
BARKSDALE'S DEPART- suffering today as a result of will soon take the placeof !
MENT STORE is making every I wearing ill-fitting shoes in their I their summer counterparts- Erook'-i! jne '- ., : '- Simply hie yourself down Household appliances of all kinds,
I Ii Morgan said that there are still to WESTERN AUTO STORE i II many hardware items ,
recreation and toys fIshing
the of Starke youth. Don't make that same laxing, raising -
effort to bring people i .
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cain." .wo >ai'ancles in the county school ( before school opens and let Mr. i 1' tackle, paints, etc. are just
and surrounding area the brandsof |mistake with your boys and girls j 'a
svstein, Bradford High still re- :Jaudon show you how it is few of the
clothes are 1! As a back-to-school special The county's schools will nave easy |: many items to be
they
high quality BARKSDALE'S is offering good. an anticipated enrollment uwrease I quires- girl's physical education : for your child (or children) to en- i I j I found there. ,
entitled too and at moderate i tearhei and a librarian. |joy the thrill and "We feel that
convenience
: serviceable school shoes for as'I of about 60 or 70 students over of:. your patronage is
want to be convinced
prices. If you last year's total. School Superintendent The i>:unty schools will cost an (owning a beautiful bike. a vote of confidence you have in
of this, just visit our spacious little as $2.9S.Ve suggest: buying estimated $704, 78 this with .1 the
I Western
H. P. Morgan said thai year During the school term, espe- Auto Store,"
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look at several pairs at a time so they I says
modern store and two-thirds the to
of
Mr.
money i daily,
going
this increase will be almost entirely 1>. T. NOLIXPrincipal a bicycle is more of a I Jaudon. "and we want
of the brand names on the>!!may be alternated. This way tey the 126 teachers. I you
county's
some i pay to know
in Starke Elementary SchoIand : Starke Klemetar School|necessity than a luxury. Boys and that we really appreciate
you'll see such nationally -.last much longer and are easier This year's budget is $24,290 larger
shelves
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We
: Bradford School. He : will
High said
girls with bicycles have try to show our
I I never to ap
advertised names as Doris i Jon the feet. than last year's, and most of the predation
most of the other schools would by
remain giving the
you
Dodson Juniors. Borgenicht, Bob, We are sure you will enjoy your' about the same. .' .I .. !I'extra expense will go for the five I worry about their parents being I cordial welcome and same
II well 500,000 school
'
by Brooks, Slim-maker Dresses,,, visit to Barksdale's. so come in I' School officials expect another .f .L_addItional teachers needed this over high i on time to take them to or from in the future that prompt service have--
we
Red Goose and Story Book shoes,,/:I and make yourself at home. It is large first grade in Starke Ele- C. S. PARTIN1'rinciifUl ear.New graduates are expected to continue I school. Then too, a bicycle comes I I I given': in the past "
shirts, MacGregoi teachers this year for their educations as college freshmen -
Studi boys School
Bradford
I II mentary School and have named High
to show our I
:,
always a pleasure you
and Fruit of the Loom I .Starke Elementary are: :Mrs.: Geneva -
sportswear and Fruil L I I lines of merchandise. I I six teachers to first grade posts. Franks, Mrs. Betty Sargent further increasing a national '
underwear. Berkshire. I Largest enrollment the l' enrollment well Housewives On The
in countyis already over Rely Washeteria
Mrs. Betty H. May, Miss Delores I
at the Starke Elementary School The county's negro schools will '
two million. halff
McKnight, Mrs. Laurie Mullins, Approximately
which will be headed :also keep about the same enroll-

Foods ,''principal. P. T. Nolin.by The its first new 1 ment. Last year's enrollments t and New Mrs.teachers Ernestine for Bradford Register. ) these and will the attend state will universities be- To Save Valuable Time And 'II

Setz?r's Low Prices On Quality !six grades averaged an enrollmentof were: RJE, 390; Lawtey, 140; i I are: Mrs. Betty J. Blaisdell, Lawrence High-,' male students. As majority in the past. Money

854 last year, and it will prob- Water Oak, 49; Hampton, 45; I

Are Big Help In Keeping Down H.C.O.LHousewives :ably Bradford approach High 900 School this year.will also,I The Thurston Sampson, 72:City and school Brooker that, last 17. I'Canova.Blankenship Shepard M., Mrs.Faber.Mona Miss A. !I most be social popular sciences.fields((1.of e.study, businessand will I I Don't get old before your time. I meal that they require durmg the

,increase from approximately 700 I i year had 17 enrolled was discon- Edith J. Kiefer, Joel M. Hull Lewis commerce, history, sociology, Take the drudgery out of washday i I school term.
,is. Juister, Ralph E. Knight, Justus I{economics science "If a mother ruins
'students that it had last The, ;tinued during the school year when political ), engineering I her healthby
j
who have formedthe their shopping which will be reflected -''high school is getting year.larger. most of the families moved from O. Mainor, Leonard Rigister, and I education, physical sciences This is the slogan advocated for overwork, then she has saved
SETZER'S : in better more delicious Joseph C. Wood. busy housewives by the manage nothing in the
habit of shopping at .classes every year, and fewer and: ;the area. I and agricultuie. long run and may
know meals on the family table. Other new teachers are: Mrs. I ment of the WASHETERIA at eventually the
There than in-
SUPER STORES fewer students are dropping out of Starke Elementary will also 'I are more 1800 put family on the
that they are getting the most in I By selling for cash and by using I school before finishing their edu- I have the largest number of teach- Janie H. Noe and H. J. Waters, stitutions of higher learning in 325 Temple Ave. financial rocks with hospital and

quantity and quality for their I self-service, your SETZER'S keeps cation. i ers. Two additional teachers have I Hampton; and James C. Smith. the nation. They range in size "Just place your laundry in one doctors' bills," the Washeteriawarns.
Mrs. Ouida Kines, Miss Mary
money no matter what the trendin overhead expenses down and I The other schools will keep, I been added to last year's total to from tremendous University of of our automatic machines and .
Faulkner, and John W. Burr Jr.
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prices happens to be. passes the savings on to satisfied :about the same average enroll- give 33 teachers for the first six California which has 18,175 stu- in 40 minutes receive them spotlessly Don't take a chance when it is

With the opening of school at customers in the form of lower i ments. Last year's figures for the gi ades. I Lawtey.Bradford County's students will dents on the Berkley campus and clean and ready to iron! Iso easy and simple to just bring

hand we know that plenty of prices. Every mother has to watch 'other white schools were: Lawtey, i Bradford High will have 31 join approximately 30 million 15,435 students on the Los Angeles This convenient service costs only your family wash to the WASH-

good wholesome food i a "must"it her pennies these days for if she'!293: Brooker, 166; Heilbronn. 105: teachers this year. The high school ,American youngsters who: will be campus ((1952-53 enrollments) to 40 cents per machine of 9 pounds ETERIA on Temple Ave. You

our children are to remain doesn't she will find her family's :and Hampton. 120. I also has two additional teachers trudging back to school. A 1952- such smaller institutions as Tennesee's capacity. Bleach furnished free! can either sit and wait in comfort
food bill far exceeding the budget. Washed, dried and folded for only while we do
healthy and full of pep during the ';53 school survey reported by the Cumberland University, I your clothes or you

long fall and winter months. We But there is no reason to waste Philco Line Bureau of Census showed a total with 139 students."Backtoschool". 60c. 'may go on and attend to your
time "shopping around"for Offered By Nasworthy I No mother can do justice to ,other shopping
chores
also have a complete line of school precious i i of 22,774,000 students enrolled in are three important or house-
at SETZER'Syou herself or her family if she 'hold duties.
when buy attempts Then
you when
famous
supplies, featuring the j elementary schools and 7,196,000 words. Through constant you call
Crusader and Southern Maid are assured of getting the lowest I enrolled in high schools. improvement and progress in our to do the household laundry for your clothes a short while later

school papers. I prices that can be offered on i Is Tops In Television And Appliances I A report on public school teach- educational system we are developing -I in addition to her many other you will find them clean and

SETZER'S goal is always to quality merchandise. I era and expenditures for the pre- an enlightened nation. duties. A mother who is tired out sweet just as good or better

supply the largest variety of fine Mot alPeady iers don't of delay SETZER'S! If you'renot sat- I I Plenty of new homes going npias low as $169.95, and Nasworthy '1vious year showed a total of 944.- National illiteracy, about 20 per, after a day of laundering is in no home.than if you had done them at

foods to the people of Bradford one :i in Starke these days and every' is always glad to terms ,036 teachers with the combined cent in 1870, is now about 2 per condition to prepare her school !
isfied customers, stop by today. I arrange i i salaries of superintendents, cent. Education has opened new I "Have time to play do your
found home should be supervisors up children the
County at the lowest prices i new equipped with suit. Your new Television will good, hot evening!'
material in Ito clothes
savings the
See the WASHETERIA
very principals and teachers fields of opportunity for our WAY.
anywhere. The every day savings that be ;a PHILCO TELEVISION and cost you only a few cents per day.I --
money and time can yours other I amounting to $6. 528, 300,000. young people, and the future is I
effected by trading at Setzer's allows by shopping in this complete, modern appliances says C. H. NasAnd PHILCO doesn't only lead j I The United '
States Office
of Education
even more promising. Americanindustry '
housewives to add variety to friendly food store.Winkler's worthy, local Philco Dealer I, in Television quality their quality counted the number of which optimistically plans Driggers Ready To Help Homeowners
PHILCO is synonymous with the is also outstanding in radios (
schools
II by specified
f best and finest reception in Tele- electri ranges, home freezers j types during future expansions, is keeping an

vision and with the fall and winter'',refrigerators, toasters, mixers|I jlic the school school year system 1949-50.then The included pub- eye tions,on from our whence educational will come institu-executives Furnish Throughout At

Labor Saving AppliancesAre season approaching, there will be| and many other household ap- 1128.225 elementary schools and leaders, planners and : Moderate Cost

I many new programs and sports J pliances. Hundreds of satisfied '!24.542 secondary schools. In the doers.

events to choose from. If you are I customers are clients of NAS-),nonpublic school category, there So, whether Junior this year i Isn't it wonderful to see so Even if it's just a "nook',

A Big Help To Busy Mothers dissatisfied with your old set -, WORTHY General Supplies headif i were 10,372 elementary and 3,331 enters as a first-grade student or'I many new houses going up In''j child should have some every small

the screen is too small, or requarters for Philco products in secondary schools. In addition, a college freshman. he is part oi Starke today. At long last it looks j i space that he or she can call his

ception is not as good as it should Staike and surrounding area. i i there were 307 public and 137 private a vital "back-to-school" movement: as if we're going to lick the hous- own.

Hive you been hot this summer, I refrigerators and ranges be ji-.st see NASWORTHY about Whenever you buy PHILCOa schools for exceptional chil- !that has great national significance -: I ing shortage and Starke will enter i i Every student

or have you been enjoying cool {another "must" for the thrifty generous trade-in on a brand new there is never any doubt. You iidreni' A salute is in order foi. ,its greatest period of growth. I private desk is entitled to a

comfort with a home or office air housewife You can buy a Hot- large-screen PHILCO. You may be know you've got the best -- both i On the higher educational level. both !students and teachers. I All these new homeowners! his books where he can keep

conditioning unit sold and serviced "point range now for as little as:!surprist'd to learn that prices start in quality and price. I !be glad to know that DRIGGERS : other pencils, notebooks, and

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE -115 per cent down and $10 per FURNITURE CO. stands ready to papers without fear or hav-

bv Although you may think I month. A modern Hotpoint refrigerator -. Air Conditioned (Guidon Grill \completely furnish the house I ing ERS them has disturbed a nice selection or lost. DRlGGI -

that is still summer plenty is of almost hot over weather, there I per cent down will and cost$10 you per only month.15 Television Will Keep Children Home: Fully prices throughout to be at found the most moderate '!(and chairs suitable for of studentuse dasks-



chase ahead a big, that and saving now air,is conditioning and the be time all to set pur-unitat for i Ii>I quarters heaters Of course., and for Winkler many radios other is also television household head--,:i i Shepherd Leads In Sales & Service Popular) With Students And Parents I I,should Parents give with special children thought in school to i I I but winter It's, such and hard is "just at is the very to around realize moderate the now corner"price.that,


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more
and all( necessities. There is no I
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this
summer
lest of Ii
the radio and television "Through these doors pass the ': to be found anywhere considering II i I lit catch you napping. No matter
famous name in 'I\
the summers to come. Prices startas 'Teleusion is opening up an'|i vision set in the living room. Excellent I II
\ I best earth friends : the of the and I what
ZENITH and Winkler i!' people on our quality good generous your heating problem, we
low $199.55 and we are always then i entirely new world for the school small radios can be bought '
as
foi !and customers." I portions served i ii I ;have a handsome Nesco heater
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ready to extend convenient headquarters in this area student. is the opinion of SHEPHERD'S for as little as $21.95 and just II I
Zenith sales and service. I I'I RADIO & TV SERVICE. imagine the delight of childif j That is the motto that hangs i George is a booster for the I that will do the job for you. This
your
terms. wintei over the door in the popular I school and can'always be found II winter enjoy the comfort and
but r
In order to keep down costs. It may be hot now ,leaders in sales and service in this you present him with one of I
I to roll around, GUIDON GRILL one of the most behind any worthwhile movement I I economy of a nice, new oil-burn-
the mother with school children months are sure these wonderful little sets at the
busy of our lm must take advantage of and Winkler is proud popularity of radio and television beginning of the new school year. I,
whether be the football team and convenient terms be
We have thi!I Highway 301. it can ar-
modern labor-saving equipment.That of space heaters. is given credit for having j SHEPHERD'S is also proud tp I !
n() j George Kopelousos the genial the band, or any other activity. ranged.
the for
to do job you I
is where the BENDIX Home: right one enhanced the interest of young announce that they are now local
WinkIcr's ,.1',matter how large or small Wh'r )''r [ proprietor of the Guidon Grill is ii.i The GUIDON GRILL is open on i I Many mothers and fathers are
Laundry sold in Starke at people in good music, drama and agents for YORK Refrigeration
: not attend to this before the winter i truly proud of his friends and I Sundays, too, and George states I i'wearing glasses today because of
can be a real life saver. Many other cultural influences in recent Air-Conditioning one of the I
I customers, and he has good reason,I that many families are taking furnishing the home. No children eyestrain in their youth due to
rush begins.
women do not realize that they .\ears. Thus. today. we find radio oldest and most respected manu- I
I Visit1N'KLER'S today am:l I to be. for hundreds of them eat I advantage': of this service so thati can obtain the highest marks {improper lighting. Why take this
can buy a genuine Bemlix for as: and television serving a double" facturers in the field. Shepherd'scan
I I with him day home folks i:< mother can O'o to church with the I children when
bin risk with
low as 1995. and on easy terms,, se. just how helpful \\e can e purpose not only entertainment, now supply the public with every without a certain amount of home : your a
i land: tourists alike. I Jiest of the family and not have few inexpensive floor lamps or
I making life more pleasant anlaborsaving <": but education well. study, and he is much more likelyto
if they desiie ( as The newse air conditioning units for Restau-
In than 13 oi.' to home and fret hot\ i desk would solve the
well mor e i its more years stay over a stay home and apply himself to lamps prob-
for the as as
Winkler is also dealer ,broadcasts of today will becomethe rants, Motels, Business Establish '
economical service to the public in Starke,. stove. his books if his home provides lem. Let DRIGGERS help you
famous HOTPOINT line of elec- I pages of history! tomorrow. ments and the YORKAIR Home '
/'the GUIDON GRILL has built u;:i! What pleasure it is for familiesI some degree of privacy for study. make your selections.
Every school-age child should Heating and Cooling Units. "Year I
i an enviable reputation for goo I to dine in the cool, clean atmos-
have the advantage of having his round comfort at the flick of a
I food, hospitality, cleanliness, cour phere of the GUIDON GRILL.
Offers Finestatches\ !i own room equipped with a small .s\\tch" is the motto today. I teous waitresses and moderaUprices. ; Come in and let George and his Edwards Offers
Gem Jewelry radio set of his very own in ad- For a free estimate just call Popular Grocery High
I I dtion to the larger family tele- 239 George believes that h offers the most reasonable meal;3 fun dinning out can be.

Best Repair Service, Lovely Jewelry :: Quality Foods At Very Lowest PricesHousewives

Farmers Supply Ready To Fill Needs \ Bullington Says That Picture CraftIs

Starke is on the boom i it is to own an Elgin or Wads- who have formed'the district is that there is no parking

vervthing is growing even the 'worth watch," Ed says. "Prices habit of shopping at EDWARDS i problem for our customers.The .

.schools. More students will trek \i start' as low as $19.95. and we are ;;i I Of Rural Students And Families Fine Art Training For StudentsDid GROCERY know that \ ladies never have any trouble

back to their classrooms this :always glad to make terms to suit I ,they are getting the most in I I finding a parking place, and do

month than ever before," says ED the convenience of the customer i quantity and quality for their not have to search for a penny
Bradford County where sOil with are halt the battle in mak-
SIMPSON of the GEM JEWELRY See our window display and be you that Polaroid has come cost only' $1.69 up and make an or nickel to put in a parking me-
rewards toil a on the farm. money.
living
ing ,
in discussing the opening of school:convinced that quality has no' 'I out with a new, smaller camera ideal gift for any occasion. 'I With the opening of a new
That used to be the motto used Other items stocked by FARMin ter.EDWARDS
en August 30. I substitute". \ advertising Bradford County. ERS SUPPLY include Insulator !; just the right size for student use, BULLEN'GTONS is also local'school term at hand we know that I GROCERY is also

Ed also reminds parents that a Handsome pen and pencil sets I and it is just as true today That Board, Roofing. Thick-Butt Shinis ;, and which will be economical to'agent for Hallmark greetmg cards i plenty of good, wholesome foodis very proud of its fine meat de-

reliable watch is a student's most]are always popular with the busy : why we are glad to know what gles Abestos Siding. Tarpaulins. i j buy and operate .- making!'the nationally advertised line that. a "must" if our children are to partment. Growing children need
constant corn- student and are especially useful picture-a-minute photography within always has the perfect greeting full of fresh
valued friend and I Iranion. i the agricultural department of our and hundreds of other items all! i remain healthy and of pep plenty good meat, which
Punctuality is one of the during the school term. And when i the reach of all? BULLING-i 1,for' birthdays, anniversaries, sym- the long fall and winter gives them strength for work and I
high school is constantly expand-, prices that will save you money. ,, i during
:that birthday rolls around nothing I TON'S STUDIO has this good news''pathy, holidays and other events.
mobt important traits a young person ing, says Mr. Johnson of FARM- "We are in business with the j months. play. Meat prices at Edwards are i,
can have and a good watch Is !\ is more suitable for either boy or ERS SUPPLY store on Tenth :determination to serve the people\for the public. and invites studentsand I j There 13 such a wide variety that I EDWARDS GROCERY on Hi- :always the most reasonable prevailing !

the best way to teach it. No excuse I I girl than a beautiful birthstone Street. "Our county needs morewith!: quality hardware and other their parents to come in and,I you have no trouble finding just '!way 301 just south of town at the time, and quality ;

be late classes or, ring. For the wedding or engage- find out all about this wonderfulnew the right card to express your variI
then to to I good farmers and we are pleased j farm and home necessities at fair I 'I I i strives to supply the largest is always the best.

appointments.Watch j merit Gem Jewelry has a beautiful to see so many of our young men:prices," says Mr. Johnson. "We ,I development in photography.'I sentiments on any occasion. I ety of fine foods to the people of There is no reason to waste

repair service at GEM,selection of Bond. Art-carved,i' interested in modern farming." j,are proud to say that w e have not I Paint by Number Sets are also:, Mr. Bullington is always on hand' Bradford County at the lowest precious time shopping around, for .
JEWELRY is known far and wide I American Beauty and Feature- wonderful and to take of wed-, when at EDWARDS
Future Farmers. Future Home- !swayed from this goal, and our recommended as a ready pictures !prices found anywhere. you buy

for its high standards, and owners Lock Interlocking Diamond Rings. 'makers, and 4-H Boys and Girls ,customers know that they are as- hobby and a full line of many i i dings. parties, entertainments,,I Being outside the congested GROCERY &: MARKET you are
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of fine watches in this area have I'"The House of Fine Diamonds. ,will find in the FARMERS S"P-:sured of square deal when they beautiful scenes to paint in your I school events, etc. at a very mod-'I area EDWARDS GROCERY has assured of getting the lowest

come to depend on Ed Simpsonfor Get the habit of looking at PLY all the dependable tools and!trade with us." own home can be had at Bullington's. -i erate cost. Pictures are a wonderful '!1a low overhead and can conse- prices that can be offered on quali-

quality service since he first GEM JEWELRY first. You'llbe_ I farm implements that are so neThere is always plenty of park- The directions are easy to way to preserve memories andI ''jquently pass the savings on to I jty merchandise- Come see the sar-

came to Starke during World War pleased with both the quality and''cessary to success in modern :ing space at the FARMERS SUP- follow and always result in a beautiful .i i I'become more valuable &s the yean satisfied. customers in the form lings that can be yours by shop-

II days. price and the friendly interest of arming and homemaking. Good(i PLY. so why not do your shopping painting that is the envy of'go: by. Just phone 265 for thu!I i,of lower prices. Another advantage''i j ping in this complete modem

"You will be surprised how easy.Ed and Becky Simpson [tools and other equipment to work there in comfort and eas? 1 I all your friends. These lovely sets::service on every special occasion. i of being out of the main business i friendly food store.








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BRADFORD COUNTY TEI, GKAPB STAR1OG, FLOKID.
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I .. 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFARMER'S half. Now we can get over to the weekly issues.
: NOTICE TO APPEAR FLORIDA LAND ASD IHMUIRi-'i .... .,
Witness my hand and ali net the unknown pou>c. of (I-E. ) jf IUIHb.W"H
Lake in officUl rr quarter;
a very short time. I. Circuit Court. Bradford TION COMPANY: OF ,
i
seal at Starke, }Florida this AugustOFFICrAL at..tl"\\ FLORIDA j each of tueni. if alland if any of : (r Wij|) and aforementioned W..st.'erly .
f' & \ S S d 3. 19".. Florida I. Chaneerr. I, et al.. Defendants. them be dead, to the unknown boundary of Temple Avenu
Giordano, Plaintiff An-
Anthony vs. ORDER OP PUBLICATION \%D I
But for this end of the County, ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby tonette Giordano, Defendant. :.NOT1CK TO APPKAU I spouse, heirs, devisees grantees land run thence South seveR.teen17,
As Clerk of said Court. legatees, assignees, creditors and 1{degrees and twenty-six (26):! ) minutes
the new Rosier Road will By Marian L. Case No. 11385J'iotlc THE STATE 01FLORIDA., To: other: claimants
be the Crosby. Deputy ::lerk by. through underor 'I West along said Westerly
DIARY To 'I
one which will serve folks in a Zach ing, Jacksonville H. Douglas 505 Lynch Build 1 \ To:*Antonette Appears Giordano. whose The !ull wing named I defendant I agaiiw each and every of the ,IOOund.HY a distance of three hundred -
Florida. II I above named persons who are deceased -! sixteen and three tenths tjl: -
residence and address is: 40-0 Vernon who are residents of the
more practical way. Last Attys. for Plf. 5/j 4t 8/ : Stale of ; and all other
I year boulevard, Long Island. New Florida: persons havingor I 3) feet to an iron stake: run th- II, EO
The author win bo glad to receive during berry setting season we almost NOTICE ... I York. I'. A. Drin>,on. whose residenceand II: claiming any right title lien or' North eighty-nine (I') degrees a-id
APPEAR I interest in or to the following lands : fifty-five
Di
I ; ( ) minutes West dim'lance
items of Interest got stuck several times In Circuit Court. I I You are hereby notified! nat a address is Baldwin, Florida; situate a -
J concernIng <4 on Bradford County. in Bradford County, Florida, of one and eigh'y-eight hun-
I 1 I suit for Florence B. Brown, a widow individually
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I Florida I. l to-wit
the activities of farmers In a .small patch of it. What a thrill Chancery.Irving I Divorce and as sole devisee and : j jdredths (1.58) feet to a ma-onry

Bradford County. Suggestions! maybe <011I I;I it will be for the folks out that. Simon, Defendant.Pinion. Plaintiff, vs. Mamie i has been filed against you In the Itgatee under the will of Marcus F. 1 r A portion of the South Half S\\,) 'constructed building for point: of
I above named Court and cause and Brown, deceased, whose residence (.f Southeast Quarter (SE'4 of i! beginning. From point of beginning -
left at the Telegraph office or I way when they ride over it for the .Notice To AppearTo Case No. 10- 24 you are required to serve a copy of and address is Starke Florida; I j I Southwest Quarter (SW'i:; ) of SecItion thus described run North ,,""t'V-
: mailed to Sam McGarvey Lawtey first time. I your answer or pleading to the Sharon Hall Locke formerly Sha- 21. Township 6 South. Range enty-two (.!) degrees and thrt> -
: :Mamie Simon, whose residenceand !2Z East three (::3) minutes West
in
I complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney ron Hall. whose residence and address the City or tarke. Bradford along the
'I I
I address is: 570 Fort Washing Norther!? edge of wall of ,
<011I Alan C. Winters. Jr.. SOS is Starke Florida; i i County, Florida. containing said building -
By Sam McGarveyLLAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AA&AI <011I011I | Well, if these are the "dog days" ton You Avenue are hereby New York notified, N. Y. I Florida Title Building, Jacksonville A. D. Martin and Uolda Martin !thirteen and seventy-six hundredths a distance of twenty-three and
that ;
< I a his wife whose residence and ad- :1.1.78) acres and being more particularly 'torty-one hundredths (2341); ; ttct
and it hotter. well suit for divorce I [ described i ii jto a corner of said
keeps getting follows building
as : : run
dress is Starke Florida
... has been filed against you in the and file the original In the office of ; { thence South.
-------, soon have the "hot dog days". I above named Court and hnd I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on S. E. Simmons whose residenceand i For Point of Beginning commenceat i and seventeen ((17) doI -
cause gress
I twenty-seven <;27: > mm.
A sack of hydrated lime some the corner and ,you are required to serve a of or before the address is Starke, Florida; thtSouthwest coiner of said So. I West along the
post, put it down copy Westerly edge of
30 day of August 1934 T. Frank Landrum, whose resiI I Half (S%) and run thence :North 0
common salt, plus some perspiration -, deep. Then used the tractor to YOU'LL LOVE tne ne* iCster- your answer on the or pleading Plaintiff's to Attorney the complaint I otherwise the allegations! of said deuce and address is Slarke. Florida -J'degrees and 23 minutes West along 'i. wall of and said thirty-two building a distance hundiedibj(7. of.jeven
Complaint will be taken as cone-,,- ; 'AVest line of said South Bait (S%) a
mixing and applying and pull the fence T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla. .;;:2): feet
thence
in tight and braced it. I run South eighttoine -
brook purie-size fountain pens ilpastel and file the original In the i I ed by you. I Florence E. Brown whose residence distance of six hundred sixtyfourand I (Sit)
we were busy m a campaign of That is one job that should last of the Cle.-k of the office !I: This notice shall be published and address is Worthington, j' seventy-five hundredths (((4.- |! degrees and fift> -n\c
BradFORD Circuit (55)
shades. Only $2.37 at Court on !I 75) minutes East a distance oCtwt'ntvi..ur
Florida feet
week four consecutivei | to iron
oncejeach for ; an stake on theNorthwest
did front for or before the 6
white-washing. We the awhjn. day of and
September
'i fifty-two hunjdredths -
COUNTY TELEGRAPH. i weeks in the Bradford County Tele- corner of said South
I l!<54 Florence I. Brown, whose residence -
; otherwise the allegations i l (24.52):! :
feet
i of
the to point of be-
fence around Half: run thence South SA
gate. the posts Laid Complaint will be 1 graph. and address is iS.< Silver degrees: Iginning.Hearings.
\ I taken asconfessed Dated this :27! day of July. 1934.I ;5P minutes and(1; seconds East
I Street,
Apartment 2, JackllOa'ille.Florida
and the trunks of the two On the '. by i
bouse I occasion of Sam's moth- 'OTln. OP ii.KCTIO\ This you. I I (OFFICIAL: SEAL) Charles A, Darby ; II'|long North line of said South Half In the above description
oaks in front and it sure did help er's birthday, we all set out for I I I. .1.. Florida I K Wainwright.by \ Irtul Mayor e of thauth"ritv ofiStarke. .. each week notice for shall four be published consecutive once Clerk of the Circuit Court George Kopelousos whose residence -t(5i0) a distance of one thousand [refer to the bearing of the centerline -
Ey Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk and address one hundred fifteen and nine hundredths nt State Road Number :200: as
is Starke
improve the appearance of our Jax and took our crab fishing rigs vested in me by; law. untirrI.v weeks in the Draaford County Tele 7/30 4t 820In : ; Florida (1.115.09) feet to an iron [established and determined by the

farm. We used the tank sprayerto with us to use over near Green at the' ;rail City an Ha.ll election in the to aforesaid be held graph.Dated this 4 day August, 1954.; I I Thelma Dyal, formerly Thelma !stake at the intersection of the iFlnrida State Road Department.

apply some. but most of it we Cove Springs as if there is one town by the qualified voters on OFFICIAL SEAL) 'Maries A. Darby (,Andrews J. W. Andrews Jr., andWilliam North the line of said South Half and I You and each of you are herebynotified
I Westerly right of line of
Clerk ... The ( ..unt, Jndsr' Court In Anthony Andrews whosei way [ that a BiII..r Complaintjhas
; for of i
Tuesday, September 14. 194. Circuit
Twain's'Huckleberry Court
brushed on just as :Mark thing in this world that she loves the purpose of electing' the follow L'> Marian L. Cr...-..y, Deputy Clerk And For Bradford County Florida residence and address is Starke ,State Road :\o. 200 or Temple been filed in the Circuit Couitof
Avenue
Finn did. Some folks dearly it is crabs. It's fleers In Probate. 'Florida. as sole heirs at law of J.W. j" : run thence Sojjth 17 degrees Ifradford County, Florida. inChancery
ing : 8.6 4t
a 8/27
good THREE ALDERMAN I ''IN RE: ETAT1OF:; | Andrews deceased; | and :26 minutes West along by Jones-Langfonl-Wlutc
say that whitewashing doesn'tlast thing that Frank and Alice and TWO YEARS. FQR i j1 \'IXA A. RENNOLDS, I "' I IIaide'terly right of way line a Post No. 56, The American Legion.

long and it isn't worth the effort Gene and Robert went along, for I Inspectors of said election: \OTICK TO HUniTOHS t Deceased I! Florida Land and Immigration {land distance three of tenths three hundred: sixteen Department of Florida. as plaintiff:
Stone Florida MatutrK NOTICK OF IXTKVUOV TO MtKK {Company of Florida and its (316.:1reet to an land against you and each of you as
but the same thing can be \Gene caught the most. then Frank I Ray P. In The Court Of The County Ju.lce I APPLICTIO\ .'I%.\L unknown iron stake; run thence North 89! dc- idefendant.that: the nature of said
G. Hemingway successor irus-tees. Stockholders ;- jgrees
and Robert and Bradford ( ..unt,. Florida. 1 UI''II1IIa: and other claimants and 55; minutes West a dis- !stilt is to quiet and confirm the
said about shaving. Alice-and Sam : AV. 11. Edwards by 1 tance of two hundred fifteen and
Mrs. Pearl Curnham In Probate. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: (through or under it. Joseph F. Rai title of plaintiff. JonesLangfitrdIwbite -
I he got skunked. As Frank pointed IN RE: Estate of Nellie B. Durdett. I sixty-five hundredths (215.65) feet I| Post No.: i6. The AmericanLegion
I L. M. GainesIn Notice is hereby given that I have i !jbeck, also known as Joseph T. Kabeck. an iron stake
jto ; run thence South i
'
We planted' some watermelons! a out it seems that to catch crabs testimony whereof I hereunto Deceased. I filed my final report as Administrator and Josephine S. Rabeck hiswife .0 degrees and :; minutes West a distance -! Department of Florida, to
abo\e
.To All Creditorx and Person Ha the described lands as a fee"simple
subscribe. name and cause the tine of the Estate of Ervina A. Ren- whose last known address was'
my !
of
while back. and due to the dry you have to have more brains seal of'the town to be hereunto affixed -i I. Claim; *. or ....man.... Again !aid nolds, deceased; that I have filed I Maitland Florida Mary Jane Rising Weighty-seven one hundredths hundred ninety(190.87 and title: and you are required

season we've had (and Frank's than the crabs. Does that go for' this 9th day of August \.D., 1.lat. my petition for final discharge,, Mary D. Rising and O. M. Rising, :feet t" an iron stake. run thence I (1to appear and and serve a copy of your
1954., j You and each of you are herebynotified ,and that I will apply to the Hon. I her husband 1D.. Miner, aU%i North : lansw..r pleadings on Plaintiff's
of them) they are getting fishing. too? and required to Sd..gre s and 57 minutesi I[ A. J. Thomas, Jr., whoso
good care (OFFICIAL SEAL) ; present any'claims I Theron A. Yawn County Judge of known I as I'riah D. Miner and :Sarah ; i West a distance of fifty-nine and
ripe but once again, the big S S J. II. WA1NWRIGHT. lIa'orCAUL '' and demands which you, or ,Bradford County, Florida at 10:00 '. M. MiEer, his wife. Gertrude W. I seventy-three hundredths ((59.77.:: 1 I1!address is Starke. Florida and t<>
either of you may have against the of W. N. Meacham. {file the original of your answer or
ATTEST: I o'clock A.M.. on the 7th day Van Pelt, C. J.II1I"- feet to iron
question is: When is a melon That hot sun keeps burningclown JOHNS, City Clerk. testate' of Nellie B. Burdett, deceased -{jS'ptember..11.., 1954, for approvalof I band and Eliza Husband his wife.H. 0 degrees an and stake 10 ;minutes run thencetoutli West L tpleading in the office of the undersigned -

ready to pick. Some say when the I and still no rain 8/13 4t 9/:.*. late of said County, to the County the same and for final dischargeas C. Brown, also known as C. II. j.a distance of one hundred seventyIcne (I Clerk of Circuit Court I'nSE'ptf'mh..r
and if it Judge of Bradford County, Flor administrator of said estate. Brown also known as Charles II. ; and ( 6. 1964; otherwise the allegations
stem starts to wither and others it I ida. at his office in the court houseof seventy-seven hundredths of said complaint will lie
I keeps up much longer thingsare : MI'IICF. UP KI.KCTIOV This August :3.: 1954. Brown. J. M. Rising. Anna L. Rising ((171.77)) feet to an iron stake on the
say when the bottom rind becomes going to be in T.K: IT KNOWN, THAT I. 1'. A. said County at Starke. Florida, CEO. L. PATTEX and Mary Rising Young. James II. i South; line of aforementioned South jtaken I as confessed by you
a
sorry way. : withing eight calendar months from Administrator of the Estateof Dowling also known J. II. Dowl- \
as Half J IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
STATEOF thence
the nit."Y. SECRETARY OF I ; run North 89 degrees
tough, and still others thump I We asked our neighbor Walter THE STATE OF FLORIDA the time of the first publication of Ervina A. Rennolds, ing P. II. Haskins, whose last laud ;r 7 minutes West along said| :!this Order of Publication and N -

melon and tell by the sound. Seemsto Wilkerson about this drought and IX HEKEBY GIVE I NOTICE: this shall: notice.be in Each claim or demand deceased. known known address was Jacksonville i South line a distance of seven hundre,1 i lice be forthwith published once
writing, and
shall state 8/6 4t 8/27 Fla.. Edwin C. Touzalin. also each week for four consecutive
GENERAL ) thirty-nine and
methodis THAT A ninetyeighthundredth {
us that the thumping he he I.LECT1ONI the place of residence and post office known C. Tauzalin andGladys
I Edwin
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says can remember one WILL IE! HELD IN: I as 1 (739.9S) feet to point of weeks in Bradford County Telegraph -
when it sounds address of the (claimant and In The Circuit han Of Florida. Touzalin. his wife whose last I .
best for us about 1937 that (,1Il'XTiTATE OF FI/RIDA. b..ginllinlr. EXCEPT any portion a duly qualified newspaper
was as bad shall be
I as' sworn Ic by the claimant, r.lahtli Judicial (Circuit In And known address Jacksonville',.
was !there. : in said
Sl'CCKED-' [ lying within the published County.
when it OS T UE )l.V NEXT right of
hollow it is not ready; j this. Says that folks that year had I'I INC: THE FIRST MONDAY IN; claim his agent or attorney, and any such I For Bradford County Florida. Lawrence L. Howard. a!...> I way of any road or street. I WITNESS my hand and official

sounds solid it is. to water their berries NOVEMBER. A.D.. Il! 54. TilE be void.or demand not so filed shall I In Chancery.ilIIl'l'. known as L. L. Howard and OoldieM. AI.so EXCEPTING the following. seal at Starke. Bradford County,
when theyset : TITI.i:, Itl'('. : Howard his wife. whose last
S S SAIL TUESDAY BEING TilE : iles.-rihpd parcel: Florida, this August ii, 1954.
I them out. What Alta R. Jobn!. JOXES-LANC.FORD-WHITE P< >ST I known address was Miami, HI.. Raymond -
a job! \ iiliFlt:
sKCOMI lllOP .O OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
(
I As administrator of the Estate NO. 36. THK: AMERICAN: [ ; LEjHoN;[ Same; u ho.-c arfdres1:: s i For" (mint of reference cmnmencei .1
We planted the kitchen garden ;!i For Representative of the Eighthl'ungr..nal State i of Nellie IJ. Burdett. deceased. DEPARTMENT: t OF Fl.ORIDX, i"I c'.iiMin St; Detroit' !9. Mich.. Ma: le .in lion Mak' at the intersection. I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford -
in hairy indigo awhile back to <. District of the I First publication July 30, 1954.;; Plaintiff!: :S.mvf u h.,-'. l.t-t known add.....'-.- \\.I-. <>f tli" :-;", th line of aforementioned I County, Florida.
f for the garden. While using our power mower of Florida in United the EightyFourthCongress States 7/30:: 4t 8/20 74 PII T, i 11.--. Iic.irlx-in.' Mi. l.ijran' if ::.-tItIi: h.III.I( S1.) ..f Southeast iuart- : 8/C 4t 827rftOkb&4
serve as a cover crop of the
I Jin the orchard this week Sam c.Thru... i3t Justice of the Supreme -
build the soil.Ve're -
and to help up
of the State of Flori-
I was as nervous as an old maid. Court
very glad we did, for now
I The mower does a good da.For of the
job but 2 Circuit Judges
I we have a good little grazing spot I| it can cause Judicial Circuit of the State
some Eighth
mighty bad ac-
for our two heifers Hope and I of Flurida.
: {
Blossom, and they really need it icidentsfc but then if a guy isn'! For Governor of the State of Florida = .

(careful he can slip in a bathtub, .
now. For Two ((2) Railroad and Public
S S and bump his noggin. I Utilities Commissioners of the Stateof

S. Florida.
It's been so hot and dry that For 1 Member (s) of the House

terrible Frank has of Representatives of the State of
nice
; our cows are having a some lookin
Florida. -
time trying to find some grass. tomato, cabbage, broccoli and!I For 2 Members of the Board of

What they can find is so tough cauliflower plants growing now.. County Commissioners. '

and unnourishing that it does i I but the $64 question is, when can I ,Board For of 3 Public Members Instruction.of the County ,1<'

them little good. It'looks like a we set them out. As the sayins, L.S. -t.:
In Testimony Whereof, I have
tough winter ahead for a lot of goes around here before we'll I hereunto Set my hand and

our cattle, unless we get some rain I set rain it looks as though well]I affixed the Great Seal of i
1 the State of Florida at Tallahassee -
In a hurry. have to "start paying the preach.. the Capital, this .
.
er". the :20th day of July, A.D.,

Ram and Frank and the boys repaired -, 1954.R. A. GRAY. : '
,
a comer section of our t The new Lawtey u Kingsle\ Secretary of State. 10 .
8/13 41 9/3 ;
fence that had about fallen down; I j Lake road is going to be a bij :

they used an old lighterwoodpost 11 I blessing to folks around this area. :>OTICK 10 %l'PF.iRI I. ,i4C t fii. l .

that weighed about a ton for as it cuts the distance almost ir In Circuit Court Hradtord Count '" .
Florida i I. ChanceryAurelc I .
Duuuis. Plaintiff vs. Margaret -4.- _
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M. Dupuis, Defendant. .- --- -- --- -- ---
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r 1"v! Case No. 10-633: : : L w
{ .l r"11l'
1 Y) Vj v Notice To Apprari '
To: Margaret M. Dupuis. whose
/ lesidence and address j is: 15: Webacowatt -

SOMMttfAKS Ave., Lynn Mass. rsl 's' ) 1,

You are hereby notified that a .,... et s !t. "" .. t
.uit for
COOl IN DAYTONA Divorce (.a..... Custody and Control .< .
of Minor Childrennas
been flIed against you in the )
SUCH FlORIDA above named Court and cause and j( 1 ,
.
\\, vou are required to serve a copy of

vour answer or pleading to the > <'. ... ." .
complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttoiV"
>' lion. William fl. Mor
JP''i
gan. :"*'7 'lark Building Jacksonville -
Floridauid : f
$ Q5oAS I file the original in the office of > q !
'
'he Clerk of the Circuit Court on \
)r before the i
p r p nodovbtoocc 13th day September, 1954;
otherwIse the allegations of said
ComDlaint will Ic taken as contess-

FrOIII July 1INCLUDING d by you
/ This notice shall be publishedonce
2 DELICIOUS MEALS each week for four consecutive
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
r-- 1'IIM AwoJolh (raph.I'at..d. ftae c
this! 11th day of August,
Spacious Rooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Course 1934.:; t
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. uaroj I
2 Private Pools Cabanas Private Beach Clerk of the Circuit Court-
By Marian I* Crosby. Deputy Clerk

Putting Green Intimate Cocktail Lounge Dancing 8/13 4t3 k91

Fisherman's Paradise. !\OTICI'I'O APPEIR e :
Planned Entertainment tJ.
In Circuit Court, Bradford (..unfr,
.\\. ,
'er .'__.... & liochuisWI Florida: In Chamfry.Jose Plaintiff. Piedad
vs.
Alvarez
.. O, wire Iud SIrCl ...,G...Mft Fernandez Alvarez. Defendant.Ca .
>e No. 10-6.,4::

Notice: 1'iedad T* IppearTo Fernandez Alvarez. / And we're really SELLebrating by trading

_l whose residence and address is: San

ACWOMO hIgh
TRUCKS
!I You are hereby notified that a on new
suit for C!
l'autoid aza I I Divorce, custody control and I

support been filed of minor against childrenhas you in the r 1b You'll find us plenty realistic about truck deals. You get dri r-saving ease! Ford's Driverized Cab

.ItlCUTON TNI "WOIID'S MOST FAMOUS $IACNMDAYTONA I above named Court and cause and I When you trade in your old truck you naturally is the most comfortable on the road! Widest

lEACH KOIIOA you your are answer required or pleading to serve te a the copy com-of want to get the most for it you can-and we're all windshield and seat. Exclusive seat shock snubbers

i (I.Uint. on Frank the Landrum Plaintiffs, Starke AttorneyT. Florida -I L set to give you just that! and woven plastic upholstery that "breathes"

and file the original in the office of It But a top trade-in allowance is only the start.like cloth for cool, non-sticking comfort. Power .
I
t the Clerk of the Circuit Court or. !1 Look at all the other important ways you save Brake and Fordqmatic Drive, now at worthwhile

or l"'>4 before: otherwise the 13 the day allegations of September.of with a new Ford Triple Economy Truck! You get extra cost on all light-duty series, save

-.. Complaint will be taken as time and work.
confessed by you. gas-savingpower. New Ford Truck enginesV8's .

once This each notice week shall for four be published r and Six, 115 h.p. to 170 h.p.develop more You get trip-saving capacities! Strong, weight-

I.I tire weeks in the Bradford conse'uI County I i power from less cubic inch displacement than any saving construction in over 220 new models

I Telegraph.Dated this. 11 day of August. 1954. I other truck engine line. Smaller displacement permits big payload capacities! And Ford

No pinching I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby engines normally use less gas! Trucks last longer, too!
\ Clerk of the Circuit Court
I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk .1
8,134t ;3AIMF.UTIM'.MF.NT

prying or 7 ,j :- ,_ :I : I II t---.. ..t %B***WW'L two7tHPt -., .. -

i on or about Monday. August !9. '
,".c.4. drawings and specificationsI / H D
wedgingMcCullodt's 1i' I r..! the. construction of i'radfidI ]
': I '''Ullt Ho.pital at Starke. Florid ,

I tuill I be available for distribution t.> I I
general: contractor.by (ioin .""I 'ji } r\\
New 1 )Ioorcr'bllt'd". SIS l N. E. 4th >
,, .\\ ..nuE'. Gainesville Florida. j JL__MB ""1"""""V
1 Applications from contractors in- j \J"
J '..i--ted in bidding on this w"rk |
oi in exceed :2 sets of drawing j I \ <
Plunge Bow Saw uid specification together h with i I \
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.
pa' lIlent of $50.00 per set should !I. -
ulrd promptly with the architect. I
Iud the bidding material will !h.-,I
;..iuardrd. shipping charges col-I I .
i le.'t. as soon as a'ailabl.ny bid-i .
.i..r) upon returning such set prompt- j !

I i 11\!! !winded and in his good down condition payment will and be 1'-1 i 'D tr nojte deJ-tJ./1/ ow eI-

nonliidder
j upon so returning such
N. Mo t. stooping, bending or kneeling thanks to Hu great i I ,-l will \>v refunded $25.00. Bids


lie your* McCulloch time--givei Plunge more curt Bow Chain per day Sow and Yes cuts, it those lOves stumps your bock right, I j I i'i' t Bradford.t n n>ii this<>n the work County date will named Hospital be in opened the Corpora-specification. by- deW !//I! 44 o fl.J-.

which will be about 30 I
down to the ,roud. And that's a big saving in money, too. You Jays: after the bidding material is -

can cut with the end of this improved bow sow and the tapered available for distribution.
BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL .
blade prevents piAch g.Ths "fortified" edge (hard facing added CORPORATION.Mrs. ,

ell around) lasts longer end also increases chain life The 15-inch Louise 11. Kite Secretary.

Plunge Bow is now available for McCulloch Models 47 and 4-30, 8:6It 8/27 i '

so MO matter where ,oy',. cutting! yeu'U cut better, easier, men !. Olrrait Court, Bradford County I i. Andrews Motor Co.

economically with o McCulloch Plunge Bow. .Florida In I'hanrery. '
Joseph B Barrett. Plaintiff, vs.
Janina Barrett. Defendant.

FLORIDA SAW COMPANY Case No. 10-63 \
Order of Publication and .Nut ire To
Appear: State of Florida To I Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE FLORIDA
Phone 118
Janina Barrett. whose residenceand ,
2727 N.V.. 6th Street Gainesville, Fla. address is: Unknown. II I ,

AND You are required to appear on''. #

1927 X. Marion St. Phone 1675,I Court Sept, 6.and 1954.cause in the wherein above plaintiff named I I IF YOU'RE INTERESTED: IX AX A-l USED CAR BE S URE TO SEE YOUR FORD DEALER

Lake City FU. seeks divorce. I
Bradiord ounty Telegraph shall .
I -ublish! this Order in next four










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New River Church Methodist Church... .TTTTTTTTTTTftfTVTTTTmHAMPTON' I; Johnnie Isiah Knight, Twin Boys Born I I CHRISTIAN HAMPTON CHURCH


l14 Revival ScheduledRev. Sunday, Aug. 22 Church Hampton Resident, At Doctor's Clinic I Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship

j jchool 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship Dies After Illness '
t Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program
Dis- Happy parents of bouncing twin I
11 a. m. John Sproul. by Mrs. Wm.V..
Hammond 6:30 p. m. Evening Service 8
trict Lay Leader of the Gaines- Johnnie Isiah Knight 33yearold boys, Robert Earl and Randall Lee,
J. B. Dixon
Bra
.. p. m. pastor.
/ille District will bring the mes- ..j resident of Hampton died are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl Martin -

sage in the absence of the pastor. The last Thursday following an illnessof !
regular monthly meetingof born August 17 at the Doc -
Recreation time, 6 m. Fellow- several months.He .
p.
the W. M. U. met at the First tor's Clinic Hospital in Starke. It I
Marvin V. Stedham Presbyterian ChurchSunday
C ihip Supper for Intermediates and Baptist Church Thursday evening was born at Hilliard on Jan. GOT EVERYTHING Gin her
runs in" the family, for Mrs. Mar
Speaks At Starke Seniors 6:45.: Worship Service for Aug. 12th with 17 members pres- 19 1921 to the late Gussie Brad- Esterbrook "
August 22: 9:45 a. m. MYF 7:15. Union serviceat 'tin's mother, Susie Padgett had an pastel purse pea.
groups,
ent. Mrs. Betty May and Miss ley Knight and D. I. Knight who
First Baptist ChurchA Sunday school; 11 a. m. the First Christian Church 81 I
Norma Sweeney had charge cf the lives in Starke. He was an em- two sets of twins. Only $2.37 at Bradford County

( Morning worship service "The p. m.. with Rev. W. S. McAliley I:program.: The topic being "Our ployee of the Seaboard Railway I ,
nightly revival service will j I Pearl of Great Price", 8 p. m. -
I II bringing the message. I Work in Indonesia. Miss Sweeney Company, a World War II veteran NOTICENotice
be held at the Starke First Baptist Union evening worship serviceat
Visitation
I Wednesday, 8 m.,
p. and
i gave a special number in song, a member of the Bap-
until First Christian Church,
Church from 22 ser-
Aug. I Evangelism. also a Flannelgraph talk which tist Church. is hereby given that the following described ands: will I.sold
Sept. 5 beginning nightly at 7:45p. mon by W. S. McAliley, "You Area Thursday, 7:30 m., Chancel at public auction on the 13th day of September, 1954 ai City Mall. Law
The service will feature Debtor." p. .was enjoyed by all. The scripturewas Surviving in addition to his tey, County of Bradford. State of Florida to pay the amount due f..r
m. II
Choir rehearsal. read by Mrs. Home and father is his wife Ina ForsythKnight taxes herein set opposite to the name together with all cu,.is ,,f ,.u'h
stirring Bible preaching by Evan- Tuesday, August 24: 8 p. m sale and advertising f
prayers by Mrs. Janie Ipcks and and one son. Jerry Ronald
gelist Marvin V. Stedham. The Women of the Church PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS ..
Rev. L. D. Haines, pastor of Wednesday August 25: 7 30 p I I fJ CHURCH Mrs. Hazel Thomas. During the both of Hampton; one brother. ('IT0. I.IWTKV WE.ST OF11.0.1)

will be I business meeting, a nominating Mitchell Knight of Jacksonville; Dr rrlptioB O..er'r.. Tatra
the First Baptist Church, m. Prayer meeting; 8pm
School 10 a.m. Miss Gloria I Lot 50 x 100 ft. West of Freeman -
Sunday committee five sisters. Knight.
the song leader during the serv I Adult choir practice. I II was appointed com- Register Lot in Clk 4 Ceo W. Roberts 191; K'< *0
will Morning Service 11 a.m. posed of Mrs. Ruby Cooper Mrs. Mrs. Gladys Green Mrs. Mildred I 1852: JO irt
ices, and Mrs. L. A. Canova Thursday. August 26: 3 p. I
be director of music. I Junior choir practice; 7:30 m'j' ; Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Dorothy Williams and Mrs. Mary'Birt. Crews and Mrs. Marie demons I Lot 125 ft. :x 260 ft. in Lots 5 1953: 10 3 IJ

Rev. Haines invites everyone m. Monthly meeting of Board of : Prayer Meetings Wednesday After the meeting adjourned all of Heilbronn Springs and Mrs. & 6 in Blk 4 Geo. W. Roberts 1931 :.1\!
night 7:45: p.m. Saturday night Warren Crawford of Cocoa. 1952; 1 ;Jrt
assembled in the church
to come to these important serv- Deacons. Allen E. Young I everyone I 193i..o. :
ices. annex where gifts were on dis- ; Funeral services were held at Lot 75 ft. x 20' ft. in Lots ;5 &:
New River Church \\i1l1 IIEILBROXN for Mrs. the Pine Level Baptist Church 6 Block 4 J. E. Wall Jr. 1951 !.19
Church of Christ : Baptist play Pearl Dykes a recent 1952 1 5rt1S
: hold a revival J next week featuring BAPTIST CHURCH bride. Mrs. Hazel Thomas Sunday with the Rev. William E. >3 2.50/
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. C.rner 10th and McMahon S!t of Block 25 Geo. F. Young E"t. 194! 2.20
the Rev Allen E. Young pastorof II Sunday School 10 a.m. and Mrs. J. W. Home served pie Hall and the Rev. Alton Dobbs 1>50 169

Raymond E. MaeBlala Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:3t the First Baptist Church in i ing 11 a.m. Training Preach-I ala-mode with cakes. Mrs. Dykes officiating Interment followedin USI 1952 1.69 150>>

t Lake Butler. The meetings will received the Dyal Cemetery. 1953: ;
Schedule of Service P.M. (p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer t many lovely gifts. 10
SUNDAYS Prayer Meeting and Bible Study begin Monday night and will beheld Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Not too much news this week Active pallbearers were: Earl Comm. at a point 20 ft N of cor-
of State St. & Lake Ave.
ner
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. nightly at 8 p. m. I II Rev. J. E. LIngerfelt, pastor. Our little village it too frightened Goodman Fred Haislop, Austin and on W side of State St.
9:45 .a.m., Church School 11 I! Fender Carl Anders Paul Faulkner & run N. 29 ft. W 70 ft. N *I
by prowlers, who have visited ft. W 39 ft. S It ft. E 30 ft.
Morning Prayer &: Sermon;
.m. Christian ChurchBible At The TabernacleRev. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 1 1'several homes in the last few and Lamar Clough. X 20 ft. E 70 ft. to point of
6:30: p.m., Young People's Serv- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof beginning Alfonso Griffia 195-1;: 23.50:
LAWTEY FLA.
nights, women, children and elder- .
ice League. Starke was in charge of ar- ('IT0.. LAWTKV BAST OK UL'ItO.\b
HOLY COMMUNION1st. School 9:45 a. m. Worship and Mrs. Morris Brackman, Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- ly people are frightened beyond

Sun-I Service 11 a. m. and 8 p. and son Morris Jr. of Lake Butler ing 11 a. m. & 7:30: p. m. Midweek compare while the men of the vil- i I rangements. Hast 52 ft. Lot 7 S M. Brown 1951 !.*?
3rd.
Sunday 11 a.m. 1952, :250
day 7:30 m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- were present last Saturday service Wednesday 7:30: p. m. lage are up in arms, for several rVTTTTTTfVTTTTfTTTTTTTTT- 1953 250;
a.m.FRIDAY day 8 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, A. E. Massey, pastor. men have even lost their pants. Lot !9. Mrs Robt. Crawford 1950 1.6S!
night at the Gospel Tabernacleand 1951 1 U
Minister. Bible School-10 A. M. money drivers licenses, social 1952 1.50
7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. gave an inspiring service. .1 security cards, etc. Watch out STATE FARM 1953: 1.50
'8 Choir Rehearsal North half of Lot 15
p.m., Ed DtaifieU 1950
BAPTISTAir 407
AIR PARK They will also have charge of the I WOODLAWN MISSIONARY Mr. Prowler the bloodhounds are

coming Saturday evening pro- BAPTIST CHURCH Ion trail. .AA.AA..AA. . A 1951 4.0T
your IIi: 3.50S
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Park Baptist Church: Sun I i i------------
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hurse. LAWTEY FLA. un 3.58
LATTER DAY SAINT day School 9:45 a. m.; Preaching gram. Our community was greatly- Mrs. Medford Shealy and four Lot 100 (t. :It 31t ft. in Lot I'l Dad McKay un .5t I

11 Training Union will accompany them and bringan 10 School 11 saddened last week with the pass children returned Sunday from Ft. Lot SO ft. Hi fL in Lot 11 1953 2.50
Services each Sunday in old Ma- Service, a. m.; illustrated Bible lesson. Mr. a.m. Sunday a.m. ( :x LIlla JIItUstOll use 1."

sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday 6:45 p. m.; Preaching Service, 8 Hurse reads the Scripture while preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43: prayer ing of one of its best and most Benning, Ga. visiting her sIster. 192 USI; t.50 l.U _

School 10 a.m.. Sacrament ServIce p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday it with service, 7 o'clock song services, teloved citizens Johnnie I. Knight Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rathburnand un 1 50
Mrs. Hurse interprets who passed away at the Lake City Mrs. Lot 50 ft. x 274 ft. iD Lot 11 I:7tb Florence US 1.50
6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. 8 p. m. colored crayon. There will be 1:30 evening services. family. Shealy was accompanied 1953 1.50
Veterans Hospital after several by her mother. Mrs. Lot JOO ft. :It 137 ft. iD Lot 11 LiDclleJ' Corp. 1955: 2.,0
... -.- .- ,-- > I music on several instruments to ASSEMBLY OF GOD months illness. This young man's Cleo Trice of Gainesville who :SI.' of X. :mi ft. in Lot 32 C. C Spring 1153 2.50
remained -
.__ _. __ -, "'i '.' =-- fit the occasion. The Brackmans E of lot 33 Joe C'ritt 1952 ; 50
untimely death is mourned by a and will vacation in several 15:0. ,0
and Hurses have been guests of The revival services will con- host of friends besides his father, other states before returning.Lt. Lot 100 ft. :It 200 ft. East of road
the Tabernacle several times and in Lot S5 Arnett ThoDlpkiu ItS: 2 00
tinue every night next week at a brother, several sisters, and his and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Ian 200 ft. :I 200 ft N. 01 r..aa ..
are always welcome. in Lot 3: J. J. Smith 1951 :1.39: :
Hi-Way Chapel. Sunday School wife formerly Miss Ina Forsyth: I Jr. left Sunday for Ft. Eustis, Va. 1952 2.50

convenes at 10 a. m. and morning and a four year old son Ronnie. where they will make their home 1951: : 20;
St. Edward's ChurchSunday worship at 11 a. m. on Sun 8th 3 I All Lot 23 A IlabJe Green or
afternoon at
RevivalDAFT Sunday Aug. while Billy is stationed there. L. Anne !!notes 1953! : 11.00

l days. o'clock in the First Baptist Church I Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Moore and N. 440 ft. Lot 46 lames Robinson 11951 1 11919Ji2

Mass at 9:15: a. m. of .Hampton Miss Pearl McClellanof daughters Francis Elaine and 1953 1 1.50:,O

I Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and T TTTTT T V TYTTYYTYTTTTTTTT I Waldo became the bride of Deborah Ann of Ocala spent the All Lot f8 James Robinson 1951 1.6IUS !
I !8:30: a. m.Children's. 1.511U5:1
The
I Wilmer Dykes of Gainesville.
'! I i weekend with the L. L.'ain- : 1.50
Class Saturday 11 All Lot 41 Fannie Robinson 1951 169is
I BROOKERBy i Rev. Bob Gray of Jacksonville wrights at Kmgsley Lake. Other ;" 1.0

j a. m. assisted by Rev. Merle Packham callers Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.B. U53 1.50
(I East half of Lot lOA I. E. Wall Jr. 1I$1! 5.11
7:45 P.MaPIRST Keystone Heights the The -
performed reception
: I Polly Wait Jr. .II ceremony. W. Tucker and children of liS 4.50
j (Women's Hub) I was held immediately afterward Fernandina and Mrs. T. C. Edwards U1i3 2.50

I Sunday Mass 8 a. m. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHere in the Community Hall.
i -
I I I of Lawtey. OT I"l.! lI llnl".O'IT' Ol'I.W"IRST 01-11\11.110\1)
masses 7:30: a. m. I Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clouse of
Holy day
I it is again, nearly time' i Mrs. Cox's sister Mrs. R. C. All I.ut 10 and All 1.\ II J. f. Sich..I""n 11! :..: : .tI
BAPTIST CHURCH I" Confessions before all Masses. for school to start. It seems im-'I Bradenton spent Sunday with Mr. Griffin of Pittsboro N. C. spenta All I.uI I 12 Lizzie McGuire 19! :. : 1.0I ;
and Mrs. Don Hill and family. I
i possible that summer can go so I week with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. I _.: 41 9/10
Their children Eddie and Susie.
Church of God fast!
i Our teachers are already I I I
who had spent a week at the Hill Cox.Mr. .
STARKE FLORIDA preparing for the long ahead
year !i and Mrs. R. P. McLendon
Sunday School 10'a.m. MornI because home returned with their parents.
they spent a few days I and sons spent an enjoyable week I
i ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening this week in Starke at a county- Other Sunday guests of the Hills !
I in Knoxville, and Gatlinburg. Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hill of I MOVING
AUGUST 22 -- SEPT. 5 I I Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E. wide meeting of teachers.Mr. I were Panama Park. They especially enjoyed the mountain I:

Service Wednesday 7:45: p.m., and and Mrs. R. F. Gano spent' breeze and got real cooled
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas attended -
day in Jacksonville \
a on businessi off before .
Prayer 7:45 returning.Mrs.
Meeting, Friday :
: p.m. the Tobacco Festival at LOCAL Safe PHONE
Lawtey ecently.Mr. I Pace's nephew, :Mr. and
Lake City Monday also visited ( OR
Dependable
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng and Mrs. J. J. Patterson andfamily1 Mrs. Dave Littleton. Jr. and two i ,
Mr. Thomas's sister. :Mrs. M. M. LONGDISTANCE 311
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving of Jacksonville visited the children of Nashville Tenn. visited EconomicalR.
Tidwell and Mrs. Louise Cannonof I
; Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Russell Greens Sunday and Mrs. a week with the L. W. Paces. Cal-
MARVIN V. STEIJHAMEvangelist I Russell Stewart and family, also Branford. vin Pace returned home after a i I B. Alvarez OR
Mrs. W. A. Saxon ana Mrs. Ed-
CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE of Jacksonville are spending a few Saxon attended miscel- two months vacation in Tenn. I II Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J
ward a
i SOCIETY days with them. Delcher Bros. STORAGE co.
laneous shower in Gainesville Mon-I :Mrs. George P. Lewis and two

I I Orange Park, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson andC. day evening honoring Mrs. Mabel daughters of Savannah Ga. spent :,

Sunday service 11 a.m. Sunday J. Crews spent Sunday after- Andrews.Mr. a week with her mother, Mrs. L. i

School 11 a.m. noon visiting friends in High and Mrs. Owen Simmons Durden. STORAGEPerryman
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REV. L. D. HAINES Springs and Ft. White. ..
Wednesday Evenings-1st Wednesday and nephew were Monday supper Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Cofield.

SONG LEADER each month. S p.m. Joann and Mary Ella Green are guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wat- were calling on State Farmiteslast BIdg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida

Public cordially invited. Nursery spending this week in Mandarin terson. week. I .l _

MRS. L. A. CANOVA maintained for all services with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hendry.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen Miss Mrs. L. Durden leaves Saturday .

Community Center Building, and Mrs. G. E. Green and Jessie Mae Brannen, Mr. and Mrs. for a two weeks visit with her. I :

DIRECTOR OF :MUSIC Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. ,daughters Shirley and Linda Gayle, Raleigh Brannen and son, Ardell son. Mr. and Mrs. Price Gordy and .

i i are taking their long-earned va- have returned from a tour through, two children in Baltimore :Md GIRLS and BOYS

SEVENTH DAY cation this week in Miami and Georgia, South Csrfti>na. North:
Bryan Whitefield and Milo Seig- .
{ ADVENTIST CHURCH other parts of our state. Mr. and Carolina and Tennessee.Mrs. !
ler spent a week in Alabama and :
Services each Sabbath in oldI I Mrs. Ernest Edwards are taking Louise Jones Mrs. Mary I

Bible Preaching Good I Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath -. t care of their business for them Ellen Jones and daughter of Tren,I Mississippi visiting friends and.
-- Singing relatives.
[ School 2 p.m. Preaching. 'while they are gone. ton. Fla. accompanied Norma I t

'each second and fourth Sabbaths;I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and Jean Jones home Tuesday after: Mrs. Bryan Whitfield is spending ..
EVERYONE WELCOME her sestet
several days visiting
3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor.. i family visited Mr. and Mrs. John spending a week with her grand
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs .
Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m Mott and family of Gainesville. mother.Mr. I .

-. ..-- ,':. .'.-,-' -- '. .. ,' -- -. '..' .' ..-. --.... P Everyoae welcome. .1 Sunday. and Mrs. Vernon Slade have I j. C. Putman in Birmingham Ala ..
returned from a business trip ta I Mrs. R. H. Cox was honored
I Those from our town that at-
i I tended the Parrish-Phillips shower Indiana. with a farewell party Tuesdav
I Mrs. T. F. Brown and son, I afternoon by the ladies of State
August 11, at the home of Mrs.
Frank Thursday with Mrs.D. Farm at Mrs. Cox's home. A
spent
Olin ,
Parrish, at Lake Butler were
'Mrs. Amanda Lewis and daughter W. :Moore: of Starke.W. beautiful table reading lamp and ,I :.

CHURCH of CHRISTAT Iva Mae, Mrs. Pearl Markey, N. Jackson and family have I candy dish were presented to the : 5arthe New School Term with a

moved to Starke. honoree. Refreshments were served
;\Irs.: Dave Green Mrs. Mattie I

Sowell and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mrs. Jessie Chastain spent Sat- I to the invited guests. FOUNTAIN PEN

STARKE i Hodges. urday and Saturday night with I I I ,

her sister-in-law Mrs. Wm. Russ j Shows
We are terribly sorry to hear County E
1 Block West of Bus Station and family of Lake City. by
that our postmaster, Truby Pin- Population Gain
Roark and Frank Thomasare
J holster is in the Alachua General Roy 4 I I
both suffering with an infected !
i Hospital but are happy to hear The up-to-the-minute population |

Invites You to a Series of that he is recovering. foot.Miss Barbara. :Matchett: spent estimate of Bradford County is j

1 Mrs. Lottie Edwards is home Miss Connie 1 12.135. according to vital static I&4tWookAPractical
the weekend with ,
I j after having spent a month in Sweeney of Gainesville.Mr. | tics recently released by the Flori-I

;l Salt Lake City, Utah with her I and Mrs. A. M. Hines and ','da State Board of Health.

GOSPEL MEETINGSBEGINNING j daughter. Mrs. Bill :Miller who I daughter. Mrs. Mildred Roche and I The- estimated-population on I '

i has a new baby daughter. son of Charleston S. C., spent the January 1, 1954 was 12050: so I Pens

i The W. E. Bigham family spent I weekend with their niece. Mrs. J far this year there have been 137 j jI j jibiiths. E

I this weekend in Nashville Ga.. Frank Thomas and family.Mr. I and 52 deaths. The 1950 E

AUGUST 26TH NIGHTLYAT I with relatives.Mr. i and Mrs. W. W. Hammond 1 census showed the population to for All

and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and I and daughter. Willow Ruth were '!'be 11.457 Writing $050 *

son Craig, of Stanford Conn.. 'I I Sunday dinner guests of the N. W. L (.**<.

8:00: P.M. spent a few days with the W. E. Bakers. Little Elva Jean Baker'i e/fJ"II,...I.$4.25
,
,Bigham family. returned home with them for a ; FOLEY SHARPENED SAWS /

; With :I-! : few days : Cut Foster, atalltr, Eatitr 444 -
and Mrs Al Hodges and ,

I daughter have returned to their YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- : You'll save time and effort 1.y yr /' Choose the -

BRO. WALTER HENDERSON [ home in Clearwater after visiting brook purse-size fountain pens in when your saws have been /j' right point

j I the Miller and the Bignams herr pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- sharpened .
precision
!> 'n Brookei ford County Telegraph. made w ? for the
I machine. All teeth are e 4' my
Of Arkansas"Come
Paragould h
uniform and accurate .
i .r-_ _' '---c' : '. ,_ 'P- . .. just like new. '#' you write.. 1

now, and let us reason together saith the Lord: Isa. 1:18. Sermon Sunday Night : You'll be / by number 1I

pleased with: ie abd w r.ploc. .
M All authority hath been given unto me in heaven and on earth." wr: speedyservice I

:Matt. 28:18. I and
First Baptist Church Hampton

"God is a spirit : and they that worship him must worship in spirit and truth." I. cutting with your I&W.I. easy. t

John :2.1. I w # 1510 .P.5ti4.5

'SOMETHING TO REMEMBER' .,..a, t
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By What Authority Do You Worship? All Saws Re-Toothed f fKk lM j

By Pastor :Merle Packham I And Filed .;

COME OUT AND HEAR SCRIPTURAL SUBJECTS All Hand Saws 50c I V ..
Sunday School 10 am. Training Union 7:00 p.m. ,
PLAINLY AND FRANKLY DISCUSSED ACCORDINGTO 165 N. Water St. I>b. 4U-W v6 ,, i

THE BIBLE Wed. night "Hour of Power" 8 p.m. ALSO SHARPENALL !

i KINDS OF TOOLS, \-

Bro. Knives, Scissors, Etc. Special Point No. 1551 .- For Students
Walter Henderson, Paragould, Ark., EvangelistBro. :Many Christians believe in "Foot Washing" every lord's All New Equipment

Day. That is why they gird themselves with a towel.or .

H. J. Waters, Starke, Song Leader less, and go to the lakes and beaches! CALVIN JOHNS ] Bradford County TelegraphTyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTfrvyVfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT '


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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOBAFH. STABKE.FLOBBU FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, >1954

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nterest to our people. All phasesof \ I II Civil I I[Dave Paulk Assists
broiler production will be discussed Dry %Weather Sets I County's
I
during that day.' The only E1tjI4iIt1 I i School To Get New

cost for this program is your Defense Program
I Primary Playground
meals Sleeping accomodations are Many New Records

fret You must take your own bed Viewed By BPW I' Bradford County's rapid school

linens and toilet articles. This
expansion program is creating a i eI

poultry meeting is arranged for I Continue.* from page one I I new problem for school officials.

the entire family. All of you may Ills padres are in bad shape. Starke mission in civil defense -'New. buildings usually are erected j jon

listen to the discussion or partof !F v: that he has had some trouble and the part that it can old playground space and the

the family can enjoy recreation due to sand wells eating in. especially -'. play in the Ground Observer school must find new grounds fpr I

swimming, boat riding. or I : as watering stock is such I[ Corps was discussed Monday nightat the children.

By Geo. T. Huggiiu fishing. This would be a good day a problem now. He said that he is a meeting of the Business and I P. T. Nolin said that Dave Paulk ,

County Agent for you to attend this poultry in not trying to get any land ready I I Professional Women's Club. Mrs. 'agreed to clear a new playgmund I

Agricultural Extension Servlc stitute. If you can spare the full \ for fall planting due to the lack j I I Marion Howe was in charge of |for the elementary school this

week the program continues ,,..,, I of moisture in the soil. i i the program. I week to take the place of one now

line Swdlings Axailable 1 I applications but the earlier we through Friday afternoon. Fri- I ,! .V.x.I While there are reports of many i| A four-man panel discussed the ''being used for eight new classrooms -

We have just received word get: some applications the better day morning deals with cage lay- L4At )"%;'!:::; !: sand or shallow wells running !!: topic. The panel consisted of Lt. 1 and a cafeteria Paulk .1

from Container Corporation of I job we can do in making the dis ers and Friday afternoon with :ij dry the rock wells are holdingup i Col. J. A. Griffin commanderof I cleared several large pine trees

America that a supply of free' tribution. Your only cost will be turkey production. You will en- : t1I I and still pumping water. [ Camp Blanding; H. P. Morgan. i j-from the lot free of charge

pine seedlings will be availablefo transportation charges from the joy spending the week at -Camp I '.,'. I II Some efforts made"In .j superintendent of schools; Air!
; \ are being
; i iv i | FOR CITCOrSnL
a number of folks in Bradford.j nursery. Seedlings set 8 x 8 will McQuarrie. Contact us for more .,, ..),..... .. the Heilbronn section to ir- i I Force Sgt. Harry Rayburn. representative -!' I hereby announce myself as a
We 680 trees Probably information if this sounds inter- of the
county this fall. appreciatethe give you per acre. .: -: -i Ground ObserverCorps
<:: ugale land to get greens started, i candidate for re-election to the
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interest of Container Corp. the best time to set is when esting to you. '. < -\ j in Jacksonville: and Sgt.
I +"<:w-.j;.' but although they sprout after II (City Council in the city
oration in supplying us with these there is good moisture in the Thoughts For CattlemenLast ; <. '" ')''v-w.'''' :':.1' J I j Joseph Warren a member of the September _
:; .. ,. 1 a few days "wildfire" or a scald- o I election. Having served one term
sales were : : ;
seedlings. Our pine forests are be- .I ground after the middle of De year cattle ? :'ji". Starke National Guard.
Market $ j ; 1"F' ing from the hot sun kills them on the Council, I feel that I am
ing depleted to fill the needs for cember. Let us know how many heavy from drought areas. ;, The BPW members learned that

the demand of products which : you want. reports show that dry weatheris ;N,;=v<,.' 'v<:"' "."".' '' '.".'1 off.J. i' Starke was the Air Force's "weaklink" well acquainted with the problems
I : : B. White whose farm is located of the city at this time and believe
cattlemen to sell more ... -
comes from the pine tree. Muchof Pout rjmen To Meet forcing a in its ground observer net-
I several miles west of Starkeon I I am qualified to serve you well
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our land is better adapted to I The annual State Poultry In- than usual again at this time of work. The Air Force has posts
anything' scheduled This might lead us to lower Highway 16 reports that he I(for another term. I will appre- _____
growing pine trees than stitute is again this year. () ready at Waldo and Lawtey. but
than usual this fall as result -; glV will get only about a 50 per cent I jciate your vote and supportEwell
else. A planting of pines will sur- year at 4-H Camp McQuarrie the prices i they have been unable to form one
Lawson.
prise ybu in growth and returns week of August 23. Camp Mc- of heavier sales. It might I I yield on his corn field.J. jin i Starke. ,I = r

over a number of years. Let us I Quarrie is near Astor Park which '>e that if you have feed and can II R. Kelly said that it is drier 'I The BPW also discussed Starke's i -

have your request for the numberof I is in the southern part of Lake hold off selling your cattle until I |I than he can ever remember around :Hack of civil defense director and i.j

seedlings you would like to county. Each day is devoted to this distress period is over. you I Bayless Highway. He reports its need for a stronger civil defense -' YOUR

plant this season There is no different poultry topics Tuesday will gain by doing so. Economists i several folks around there have program here. They agreed

deadline at the present for taking us the day that would be of most predict that prices will certainlygo I had to use their hand pumps along to try to enlist the cooperation

up following the distress period with electric pumps to .get water i of other clubs in forming a more

Dry weather in other areas out of the ground. He said that l
I active civil defense program anda PROTECTIONI
SthII I will certainly have its effect on : MARCH OF DIMES there has been some planting in ground observer station here .
iiIiI
I the price of feed. Corn and hay that section but that the hot sun Morgan stated the part that I

prices are bound to be high again AUGUST 16 TO 31 and dry weather have caused I the school plays in civil defense I

this year. There have been several o failures.
I[ training. He said that every high ,

; areas declared emergency and the I i Ralph Nettles manager of the 1 school student was given the Red ,

government has already started Brooker Market, that Cross First Aid '
I NEW 'DIMES' DRIVE BEGINS i reported Course that included -
for
of hay
I buying up quantities there have been light'plantings of civil defense training. i( OURPROFESSION
I
I shipment to these emergency I An March of Dimes he Irish potatoes squash. and string i! County Clerk Charles Darby
and to
state : emergency hopes raise the necessary
RADIO In neighboring I I'I
r areas. our > beans but that unless it rains speaking for the County Commissioners '
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1 it has been hard hit drive( will be conducted from Aug. I money through mail contributions I :
cf Georgia soon the will be failures.
attempts
said that Commissioners
I. ______ AND I bdry weather. It might pay 'I 16 to 31 to raise funds needed by I He urges local residents to mail the .
II can. the National Foundation For donations to: Ed Durban, who lives east of would be willing to
to save all the hay you
you possible. fantile Paralysis this year, In-I' "March of Dimes"I'ost Lawtey, told that in the 22 yearshe ( finance a civil defense program
early as
TELEVISIONSales hay
I and Feeder buy cattle bought to be feda cording to Benedict Finzer, Office had been living there, this : in the county.Sampson t tI tt

Bradford County "March of Dimes" Starke Florida week is the first time he's ever t
then sold will ,
r '" short period and u
'I had to water for his stock. .
chairman. pump
Finzer said Coun- City
certainly be risky for the next [ that Bradford I ,
is causedby Finzer said that "March of ty has been fortunate this year All lakes and rivers in the
tew months. This again Heilbronn Springs You should have our Comprehensive -
and Service \ the heavier than usual selling Dime" funds are almost wiped out in only having three cases of County are at or near all-lime

psspflppsssJssSttSSStSSSSSSrS JSJSSStS. S StSS )f cattle from drought hit areas. and that the fight against polio I polio, but he said that this is the l lows. New River is barely runningat ;I Roads Progress j jI Personal Lia.

224 X Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida 1 August !'lanningIonth will soon grind to a halt without | largest number of polio cases in all, according to reports. .: o, bility! Policy. Only $10 per

funds. Contributions in January the county's history. In several Hampton. Crystal. Sampson, Silver -I Construction of the Sampson j $10,000
iE- Weeds are not much good as I i year gives you pro
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j : fell $20,000,000short of the goal I j other Florida counties, polio reached Sante Fe and Kingsley Lakesare City and the Heilbronn Springs )
feed for cattle and hogs. This II I tection. ,
: : I nationally and the funds "have epidemic proportions this year. all showing the affects of roads took steps forward this ;i
I anJvillmg '
month is good for mowing been wiped out in paying for ;> Finzer said he may establish the deficiency of rainfall and hot I week. when the Board of County j
Sell It Rent It Trade It \ out weeds in your pasture. Constant Service Since 1891
7k' : certainly should be done I' !patient care, gammaglobulin, and collection points for change at weather. i I, Commissioners approved typical'!

Mowing the vaccine trials. several local business establishments sections a step necessary before SE JERRY
'I to increase weed new I With all the dry weather, it is I
before seeds form j
Finzer said that the Starke and he may get a few. volunteers II reported that there will bs not the advertising for bids can be j

WITH A TELEGRAPH\ \ CLASSIFIED infestation. committee has not had time to 1 to seek sheet donations many folks "taking pills to keep 'done. The roads are to be 18 feet )

Plans can be made now about wide. I
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prepare an organized campaign... on Saturdays. from getting the fever for set- H. C. WALLAGENCY
what are going to do with
Rates Good Results To you ting out berry plants." ; I
Low Place
Easy
: I your grass pastures.\ Going to keepit 3,000,000 CROSS TIES \ ; W. C. T. I). I

in or will you add clover
grass
20 WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION - 50 Firemen \
this fall. Straight grass pasturecan i Keystone : "DID rot M/ER HEAR OF A I Phone 116
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c Runs Fugitive From HamptonTo I '
Deputy
be fertilized now allow tc Plan Gala Evening I.X110 LOST HIS JOB BE- ,
ni!'ron\T OP is PKII CI\T O\ TWO on :MOKE I\SKRTION! : < grow and have some good grazingon C.USE liE WAS A TOTAL ABSTAINER 200 E. Call Street

SSr ADDITIONAL FOR HLIM1 ADS OK .\Ho, >OT PUI1 l\ ADVACF.MUMOKIAMS into the winter. Depending on Waldo In Unsuccessful 'Foot Race'"When For Next Friday ? !" Starke

the amount of crazing, you might (NATIONAL VOICE.)
CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS: I The Keystone Heights fire department -I
20c Per Line have growth abundant enough to\\ constabulary duty's to. ing furiously with a convict hold- -

(COUNT 3 WORDS TO EACH LINE) have a good vegetation at frost I be domi to be done .'. aj i ing the leash."Fanny" plans a gala ev fling I
for
Friday 27 celebra-
Aug. in
I t;me. Grass with heavy vegetation policeman's lot is not a happy j headed toward Waldo.
(I POWER 1.\\\ :-; MOWEP. for rent I tion of the arrival of then new
at frost usually browns or i iI with Fate and the convict trott-
by the hour at Tiny's one.
Service Station
A- J. Thomas, Starke, Fla. I Templf Ave > tfchg- leadens the top six or eight inches. I, Thus runs the fatrfous Gilbert I i ing on behind her. While he will fire will be truck.demonstrated The new to fire the engine public SAT. M ON. ONLY

This protective cover can make not vouch for the accura'cy. Fat
31.'" 'OLD n.\<:S \VA.VTED-De.st price and Sullivan lyric deploring the I I at the Keystone park as the
paid for good clean cotton rags. it possible to have some green I I life of a policeman and if Deputy- of the
\o khaki or wool. all win- highlight evening.
Telegraph.fOR underneath nearly
FOR SALE grass I Sheriff Fate Brown wasn't sing- !i.3,000,000 cross ties between Hampton -
until off. Fertilizer!I | A fish fry at the Keystone
KENT ter or grazed IlOg while I II and Waldo.
-Unfurnished it last Saturday night
Six read arrr freaUnr.en I'. S.Print HOI, .273::.:wu.OOI Irri at Bus Station. house. Inquire tf- for straight grass pasture should trudging the railroad tracks be- !j I The rest of the posse meanwhile ; beach will begin the evening'festivities Ladies GOWNS
I I
1/3 01.M. bit la arc attrarllt be high in nitrogen. Up to 40 tween Hampton and Waldo it was| had loaded into cars and I at 6 p m. The ad- .
LET J.
IcrMK.Mrr D ODOM. JR. of available nitrogen can mission charge will be $1 for ,
hrd room horn la HANDLE OUR pounds 1 probably because his feet hurt. !driven to Waldo, and were on
IMQ .. CATTLE AMI BOGS be economical if it rains. adults and 50 cents for children
li-r lul.PlraiuiBt when Fate Brown.
Mark xltuatrtl am rk SALES i and he just didn't feel like sing- hand\ weary ,

$ ,kurruuBtllBK J.VWWXni: dnu Prirf'lu..4ktJO. P.>- Live Oak Kara WeduessdayLiaIae'sihIe I Grass-clover pasture, if fertil- i ing. I i I the convict. and "Fanny" at last and the proceeds will go toward

.1'.1. llalunrv ra. be arraaerd.Mudrra : Each Friday ized with nitrogen now for quick I, staggered: into view. payments on the new engine and Rayon
3 bed ruuw huu"r la \\alI The episode started at 8:30: p. ,tire house. ncI
*, lion** III abuul oar >rar uld WANTED-Thiee middle-aged men I growth should be grazed down m. when Fate got a call to go to There he was informed after I '
a.d wotlrm la r,rr> drlall.frirr t for ludiniciidrice. and ground work. close by clover seeding time or being greeted by cries of "Tenderfoot" -j The winner of the firemen's 1 Limit
$uioo Ml fa.... Inquir at 'NVw: Kingoley Hampton to a Mr. McCollough'shouse
j Lake lot
uader rouittrurlluala Bcach.if I by time for old clover to come out tryingto i that the negro had broken!. Crystal will be announced t
Hauitf RoW where a negro was
I
MriluKN llrlghU 9 oubolh...1._ This is usually not later than No- j into the home of a Mr. Young- at 8 p. m. at the park. The firemen Slight Irreg.
.. Stark Price *.<.i,:tOMH tullonH FOR In-T-Thr.> or four room I break in. There he was joinedby I| also plan movies and possiblyi
IIO.DIMI.oo. parmrul *uoa apartment comfortably furnished vember. Starke policeman Cornelius :, blood in Waldo and taken about
.. in the roonifc and bathf electric I should !' i ball game to round out the
\rtlra.II cay auu r kitchen Pasture with or for clover $eOO. ( in cash. I I
!bdIIsloa.a Kl.>U.UO. lurUdr.ilvHkr I bhady lawn Available Aug. 1. Moore, Deputy Jim Sasser Hampton t
rlrrulatlBic. kralrr.. Hut .Mi". L. .M Cia I", IVssant Rd. I be tested for lime needs. Do not I Marshall Brown, T. C. Chas- 01' Fanny picked up the scent evening.
water hralr. aad <..... KlrrlrlrRrfrlicrralur. : I East Starke 1 mile from Call St. seed clover the first time without again: and the chase led to the'|. The firemen are continuing their 's'V
Electric Mote and Hridge. Hi I. Box: ;!..e. tfihg tain Jr., and a group of other SEHSATIOHALBegnlorly VALUES"
\rartlaa. Illludii. tJo oat .*etkrM applying lime. Request us to have I citizens. ;''trad toward Farbanks: and then work on the Keystone fire house

r..u lrnrlrd puur.ehI. Ktrrjrhuiue : FOR KENT-Furnis-hed apartment, yOur soil tested. Fertilizer for new Hampton to the railroad tracks again. and it is rapidly being completedFire
IB the. SubdUklua U beIng one bedroom and grlas.-ed-ic sleep It developed that the negro>. Chief C. J. Bastedo extendsa 5?
roB trBrtrd under Ihr. *BpertUlua ing porch large living planting of clover should be about Trooper Smith of the FHP spotted
vf Hen F. Hall. \\ehl! kitihen and room I had broken into a number of welcome to all citizens in the
.. dumette 42ti South I 600 pounds of 0-14-10 per acre. fugitive and shot at him three
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local bulldrr and r aIrartar. -
M.
or appl Tuck homes
at Friday night
Auto Hampton on I
shouldbe 1 Keystone Heights area to join
Cafe.tf I Fertilizer for old clover I times but he escaped, presumably -

300 or 500 pounds of 0-10-20. I including those of Carl Brown. by hopping a train. the fire department in then cee- /
j SUPERIOR SPREADER SERVICEAgri Carlton Chastain. and :Mr. WilIliams' bration. .\
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For !br r and 'utkrr bargain'sii Hi Talcum. Limestone Observations over the past few At 7:20: a m. Sunday a weary ,

: t Spreader All work guaranteed years have proven that clover responds -i I garage. > and blistered-footed deputy sheriff I _

Gainesville W. M. Clevenger or write phone General:-220 leliVery. ;-. to more potash than most Soon afterward a call was sent named Fate Brown returned to the iFarm Demonstration *;\ ; I I'I

A. J. THOMAS Gainesville. have been back for bloodhound and in
4tp 8 27 growers supplying a courthouse. I Roundup Scheduled ILc11' _
no time at all "Faithful Fanny" a policeman's lot is not a
REAL OTATK DEALER KIsI.KI.1KK .
:0 t Truplr Ate. Telephone 214 i'omc.iIOMPUTELV -: Mrs. Hattie Stitchberry ,, was at the railroad tracks sniff- happy one!" For Next Week '
." '.'\ISfll-:1I110)tt-:,. t
Starkr, Florida
I beautifully long dock bulkhead.landscaped toathiuse.;erounds: I II Dies In Keystone !!!! Jaycees To Meet Mrs. Mamie Geiger Florida's first Farm and Home ., Y&tete.;

large porch I'll lake One of the will be held *!
Equipment Roundup .
RADIOS REPAIRED I belter humr.on KIug..1ey at.! Following Illness Monday EveningStarke's t tI t Dies At Residence t
$14.50000; I i Text week at the Chen \' Lake
411 M.UM All M...I. I'h.me t-Hiti. Jatk'onville. I I

KrMnblr charge' guarateed pointment. \V. f t... ItiverSr."ee. .. for al'1 Mrs Hattie Merrick Stitchberry '1 chapter of the Junior'ii |i In Starke Monday I II i: 4-H Club Camp near Madison ;
cms. c SIIKPUKKU '
743 W. Tall St. StarLe Ph.. 239: I II i 72. resident of Keystone Heights i Chamber of Commerce will meet :I The demonstration will be hum! / j,
I I FOR laTb..dr..m furnished died her t Mrs. Mamie Gnffis Geiger, 75. Aug. 24 to 26 and "it will be free '
n'tt.tpr. Kingsley Lake J5S perm for the past 15 years, at I[Monday night at 8 p.m. at the s. '
>flt h. Sop:' t hr'i May Complete residence here Tuesday nightfollowing j!i died at her residence near Starke except for the cost of meals 'kJ1;; I,

Electric Motors > school. term. School bus service.' illness of several home of President Doyle Conner I j Monday morning following a I Most of the three days will betaken
I t. Starke Electric an s-
and Lake.
gas equip on Kingsley The chapter !' of
Illness. I with demonstration ,
II..d.utUlnal in lengthy up -
t' Maytag washer. I months. She was born Trappe.Md.
[ 1
will discuss its :
REWOUND SER'ICEDSmall AND 'I I I, mile Hoke south Harris f.f l1abe S'ril''land.seen S.gn-anytime ., on June 9. 1883, to the late coming season, elect program officeis for, and the ,i She was born in Clay County home and farm equipment and in :

I 2tp S20JFOR Steven and Alice Leonard Mer- 'hear a report on the Jayees State I I I en March 16. 1879. to the late G. entertaining. Free accommodationsfor !
I JB. sleeping are available at the
and Rhoda Flood Griffis. She
rick. Conner !I :
Appliance Repair laXT-l'ahin-2: bath I urges members to bring i
I' rooms furnish
i must
I hot water and gas refrigerator Mrs. Stitchberry was prominentin their wives and to come early for |! was a member of the Boatdrain: camp. but campers
General :Machine Work i'mehur.-t Tourist Court. Keystonehighway :: Church. their own linens.
church affairs and a member a swim. His house is located on Baptist :
2t S 2ft : Farm demonstrations will include i
I of the Episcopal Church. She was the west side of Kingsley Lake and Surviving is one son, Sampler

AU Work Guaranteed FOR REXT' !'.,."der Bo*"' three a past president of the Keystone\is on the Starke side of the cemetery Geiger of Starke: one daughter, !!I equipment for making md Atm MANY ono NOTIONS, KNKX-KNAOS( SMALl WASS a 4 f.
rttoiii.with bath One block from '.
I i and ha* cleanng
I Post (Iff.,.... J. T.gaigleItth. j Heights Woman's Club. | His driveway is the third on 1 iMrs. J. R. Walters of Tampa: one !I(handling silage
Reasonable Rates Surviving are her husband. !the right after turning off the Old sister Mrs. Minnie Norman of I[ plowing and irrigating land. applying
Ft R SVLE: -I'.Ml: U'e"tinghoUM-- fertilizer, fumigating suil i!
foot lefngeiatiT. t:,.od iiindition l Franklin Elwood Stitchberry. o{ 'Blanding Road and it is marked ,Starke one granddaughter. and I CHILDRENS

RED SEAL '. p'tllMk$i".. ;\.ll'b: Walnut Si alter Itll;5 Keystone Heights; and one sister. \by two white concrete posts anda several nieces and nephews. pumping water,tobacco brooding and rhu-ks other
> and harvesting
cattle .
Mrs. Willard Saulsbury of Royal guard.'American Funeral services were held at I

ELECTRIC & :MACHINE I i.H. : STEADY: .:AltXIXUf..r; man Oak. MdFuneral. the Boatdrain Baptist Church crops.
'r Woman I Ilj.trilllu.all"nally Home demonstrations will include -
Adverti.rdatkins l'rssdu'ttO services were held in : LegionTo Tuesday with the Rev. Curtis C.I Boxer SHORTS
SHOP Slarke No e\perient. *.r investment Church of electric irons. sewing machines -
I the Community Keystone Harris officiating. Interment fol-
needed Age n. bal .er !
Meet
a barbecue grill washing
0 TuesdayThe
I ;
GKAI'1HNOttnrr Easy to establish )ear 'round bu-- Heights yesterday I Thursday Jowed in the family plot at the
F. W. ines full or part time WriteC I machines. clothes driers. paints
.". ) at 4:30 p. m. with the Rev. Lake .
K. Ruble. Drl.t S- The .1 I I': regular Kingsley Cemetery.Active I It Yourself
ManagerlOti Watkiiis Company. Memphis 2. j Fred Yerkes officiating. Interment American Legion and various "Do pro-
Tennessee : meeting will be pallbearers were: P. D.
Itu held
Washington M.-I'hone 397 : followed at the family plot in[I Tuesday lects 3 Limit
I ,night Aug. 24. at 8 o'clock. Dur- Reddish, Charles A. Darby. A. J. County Agent George Huggms C
Starke, Fla. I: FOR RENT-Two bedroom cottage the Keystone Heights Cemetery.
o lean. mfortable.... well situated Frank!. 'ing the business session, plans i.|Thomas Sr.. Ned Coleman Carl and Home nemonslralion Agent
: Active pallbearers were: > *
nn :TRY flliKU: II IMS i iFOIl Nice garden. Reasonable rental for a fair will be formulated and Prevail, and A. N. Johnson. Dorothy Ross can. supply interested Irreg. of
SILK I IVTUtKK See Mrs Howe at Chamber ofCommerce \Valrath Jr.:. Fremont Tolles. Lind--i
tipKINDERGARTEN various club and school programs with further in 39c Valuea
UK CO. tlH'US sey Walker Pat Loudon Jack!; persons

openin Catholic Haberstroh. and Al Nelson. 'twill; be mapped. :Lawtey Streets formation. .
W.\-TED-"r\'rroil girls Center 19.14 -
I. After
\ Sept. Rrgi.-ter the business
'mul pnvi.arilvxery ueek. { AUK Slst 9 a.m to 1= noon. Mrs I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof t session a To Be Paved I
>. .irV hunt* ,""rr tim... Hox NinVaiertoun >-. > Clvde Priest_:ftp S :27! Starke was in charge of ari -\: !good program will be presented. Lawtey 1st Graders
\ : M4S&. 4tp 9/3 including a of ,
movie
MMHBM BWMIBMmiB M BMHM B MMH M 1 l.\KE U TS Restricted Reach.eently j i rangements. Olympic The City of Lawley recently We Exchange
Next Week
TUB BEST buy in tuwn: Regular I sloping ground shade games. Refreshments will be Register I
&* Simmon Ate Spring for Tees. A nice distance from i served. :.requested the Board of County We Refund I
Sale---only JliSS:: bile thrj Ust I Starke. You should have one I I Fishing Party Lands [ Commissioners to pave the following Parents who had children who I
Ii! 121. $htt.- n..s I'" !h'hot SItEXTmaII !1 Terms. Anna S. Jsnwi. Keyitone: I : American Legion Post 56 adopted I
Heights PhAi !;.Ol. Office two 140 Trout In GulfA < a resolution last week asking 1 streets, as part of the'will enter the first grade at Law- We Satisfy
furnished blocks South of Post Office.
I collage It ane railr part from }'o... Of- I 2M S :27 [the Board of Trustees of the Brad- i County Secondary Road Program: r tey are urged to register them at

I'K-I on Kr>>tonr U ad. TeirphonrI7KW lUi ., WANT TO Bt'\--mal1 place closein fishing party of Starkites.. ford County Hospital to rename the Adams Street from SR-200' to | Law-ley Jr. High School on Aug.

'- with livable hnuse reasonable I consisting of Ray Stone Steve! I hospital to the 'Bradford County I Grove Street; Grove Street from :23. 24 and 25 between the hours 117 %', kCaliSt.

M'FX'IAl.andwIebts iM'BVX thiwrrWend and r.AU-P-Q 3;','. \ Telegraph Write box_1-A. Bradford (Count It..he I Simmons. Dr. H. H. Adams. Billy, I Memorial Hospital'" in honor of : Adams Street to Lake Avenue; :of 9 a. m. and 3 p. m.. accordingi 11Starke

,'..mf' and try them. ('Ufley l"l.tndfttlwl'h .and Stanley: Noegel. Junior Chambers all of the Bradford County boys ''Park Street from Adams Street i to Hugh B. Ingram Jr., Lawtey

Shop. Iti-hR roT dition.$.\LK S10Vrit-I'sert hicycle* Mike good Clark.con I and Jimmy Godwin caught: ;who have died in wars for their Ito SR-225; Middleburg Road from ; prin inaL ,

FOR RENT-2-bedroom unfurnUh. Rt. 1 1. Pox 54I Starke. Fh I'", ;, 119 trout at C'ed.uKey.. last: !country. The resolution was.sng- to Canal Street; Canal To enter the first grade the IlL

house. Convenient II) churches week. They u..edut" ba.t and I geated by Ben "Ole Sarge Sus-j I Street from Midalettirg Road to child must be six years old before
.. I' OOK\ WANTED atew Ktsleyr.ti : I >
Mrs Ju- TJ'ul'h
and school. $40. fished! on th" ilats. low. 'Lake -
Y.awh'' I It, !:g tf .h* Avenue. i i Jan 1. 1955.








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