Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03287
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03287
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What Do WeRead ? Four Local Stills Destroyed I II

It was a bad week foi moon

S '7 Book Rental System Has I Council Requests County Commission shiners as federal. state. and local -

: !I ) JI tU't cracked law down enforcement on still operator official

Both Good And Bad PointsThe t : To Pave Or \\Viden Most City StreetsFollowing in the Bradford four stills County in two aiea.day-destroying -

tenth in a series of articles in which tht'Tell"g'raph and capturing five operators
Orange Street from State Road The biggest find was a 600-
will list of the streets I
explore some of the. good and had is a
:k'' Staike. which the City Council 100 Madison Street) to Old gallon still found Honda south
Pointabout Starke-as revealed in our recent community -
questionnaire. i of Starke in resolution requested I ounty Road; of Starke about a mile from I' S

;it'ie Board of County Com misI Widen Bay Street from CallS 301. Federal and state agent

THE QUESTION WAS ASKEDIS THERE A '.sinners to have paved under the l"eet to State Road 100 (Madi- i arrested Truby Clarence Slade of

GOOD LlBRARWITH A GOOD SELECTION OF w i ,)tifltSecondary Road Program: :son Stieet); Hampton and Donald Mann and
RECENT BOOKS 11 th Street from State Road ; South Street from State Road i Charles Barton of Macdenm: at
YES 6 NO. 'is' tlOth Street) to State Road !100 (Water Street) to Park I the still. They were charged with

; ,,200 (Temple A\-nut); I Street; illegal possession of a distillery

As the answers show, Starke's Public Library | Lake Street from Washington I Park Street from Laura Streetto and released in $500 bail each

: makes every effort to purchase the latest and most i iSt-eet to 11th Street; State Road 230 (Call Street); pending arraignment in Fedeial
books MacMahon Street from -''Washngttfn Laura Street from Water Street Court.
popular for its readers. In fact most of thelibrary's
Street to State Road 16''to Park Street; The agents then moved northto
I recent books ,
i are picked from the top of
i best seller lists. DB [i'' 10th Street) Jackson Street from Thompson capture two Lawtey residentsat
i I Washington Street from Grand ,Street to St. Clair Street; a 250-gallon still about a mile

Four near-finished house! at "Saratoga Heights" are pictured I These new books are the life blood of the library FtM'et! to Orange Street; J Jefferson Street from Thompson east of Highland Tuesday Hulon

aboie as work Is being rushed! to complete the first! house by Sept. ,i and its selection of current best sellers is largely j I Washington Street from Church I'' Street to Church Street; Mack Herndon and Carl Taylor

13. Below Joseph D. Warren, right, supervises! the packing of sand j what keeps it going. Mrs. Jeanette Young libra- |Str'-et to St. Clair Street; Thompson Street from South,were charged with illegal possession -
under the flooring of one of his first 29 house in the "Pirn-hat I ,I 8th Street fni State Road 200 I Street to State Road 200 (Wal- ; of a disillery and were
I I rian. explains that new books are placed on a rent- also released in $500 bond.
MibuirliioiL.Starke's, i Temple Avenue) to St. Clair nut Street);
| al basis until they pay tor themselves. The money j Street; I Adams Street from Lafayette Meanwhile Sheriff P. D. Reddish -

I j from the rentals is the only source from which the 8th Street from Grand Street Street to State Road 100 (Madison conductl'd- ids on two stills

Two Housing Developments j; library buys new books. ( Street South of athletic field) ,I Street; in the Sampson City area Red-

i ''to Orange Street; I I Munroe Street from Lafayette dish said" that no operators were
j This rental system keeps Mrs. Young busyI !: 7th ?.-eet from Cherry Street I Street to State Road 100 (Madison found but a small fourbarrelstill

Sneed Construction In Dry Weather I scanning best seller lists. A poor choice would not Ubl".lrianrs.: Jeanette Young readily finds a to St. Clair Street; Street) ; and a new 40-barrel still

I only result in the book not paying fgr itself, but book from the well filled stacks at the Starke Public -II 1 Pratt Street from Walnut Street Bay Street from Lafayette were destroyed.The .

a will complete- one or two housesa I I it would cut off an endless chain of books. The Library. Mrs; Young; has seen the library grow to Orange Street; I II Street to State Road 100 (Madison I 600-gallon still south of

Starke's two housing projects : week until their 27 houses are I whole basis of the rental type library is on rapid from her collection of 1,000 books to. nearly 8,000 I Center Street from State Road Street); Starke was destroyed along witha

have taken full advantage of dry finished. Joseph D. Warren has I I turnover of books. books presently in use. 200 (Ti-nple- Avenue) to Christian :I First Street from State Road 1000-vat fermenter and 108

summer weather and are proceeding I just laid the flooring of his first Street; 100 (Madison Street) to old five-gallon metal drum fermen-
full speed towards ending house; but he said that a.fter the Since the rental fee for a new are lined primarily with popular books are running over on chairs Jackson Street from Walnut County Road; ters. The agents destroyed 5400

tarke's housing shortage. \I foundation work is completed his book is 10 cents a week, a $3 fiction, mysteries, and westerns. I tables, and anything else available. Street to State Road 200 (Temple' County Road No. 3 from First ,gallons of grain and sugar mash,

Oemetree Builders inc.. hope I construction will into high book could pay for itself (and. These books pay off better than Mrs. Young said that the Woman's Avenue) ; Street to Alton Road; 410 gallons of non-tax whiskey
to have their first house completed I consequently, buy another $3 any other type.A Club, which administers the library -I Broadway Street from State I Lake Street from Eighth Street and 82 five-gallon glass jugs.
book) in :30 weeks if it were checked is now attempting to work Road 10) (Madison Street to''
by Sept 15, and then theyW.HJoegelJr. gear.The non-fiction book with limited : ) :to Pratt Stree; They also confiscated a 1941
D e met r e e "SaratogaHeights" out every week. A book chcck- interest might be a valuable as- out a solution to its space needs. !Pratt Street; II I North Thompson Street from Ford pick-up truck.

project already had 14 td out once a month would taketwo I i set to the library, but the sheer One trip to the library shows i Christian Street from Call I State Road 16 (10th Street) to The agents discovered the High-
houses complete with roof earlier and one half years to pay for force of economics would prevent that the need is urgent. i Street to Pratt Street; Washington Avenue; land still Monday and set a detailto

this week, and roof work was itself, and a book checked out 'its purchase. I I The library presently has 7713 I St. Clair Street from eState Road Myrtle Street from Madison watch it. Herndon and Taylor

.underway on three additional once a year would take 30 yearsto ;I i books its shelves. It has had 230 (Call Street) to State Road Street to Francis Street; came to the site and examinded
I I on
houses. The Demetree houses This rabid need for "best sellers" I
pay for itself. I II -,;' sinceit 16 (10th Street); Westmoreland Street from Madi- several barrels of mash. but
2312 to
Joins Four OthersIn range in all stages of construction appears to be both the great-i patrons
Needless to
if the library ;,
say I began in 1935, but Mrs. Young Clark Street from Jefferson son Street to Francis Street; they discovered the agents watch-
'I from near completion to initial (st strength and the greatest
had to wait 30
before it
years I Street to Pratt the
Street off into
said it would be hard to estimate ; Call Street from Orange Street ing them and ran ,
eakness ;
of the
I foundation work. it
could buy any new books, it as now I Widen Court Street from Call :to Westmoreland Street woods.
Council Race I The Warren "Pmehaven" project would soon cease to operate. i f.tand It provides Starke's read-I rently how many using library the books.patrons are cur- 'Street to Jefferson Street; Old Lawtey Road from; State Herndon was apprehended by

has already sold. 14 of 29 When a book pays for itself, it I I ers with the tops in relatively 'I Widen Jefferson Street from Road 16 (L. G. Powell Residence) P.V.. Tomberlin of the State
is taken off the rental basis andis lght: reading matter, but it prevents Mrs. Young started the library
housesv State Road 200 (Temple Avenue) to State Farmers Market: Beverage Dept. after a 300-yard
W. H. (Billy) Noegel Jr. qualified Several of the "Saratoga then issued free to library pa- I the purchase of books with with 1000 of her own books in I to Walnut Street; Ii chase. Taylor was caught by a
for the City Council race last I I Height '3. homes have been spld, trpns. The money from the book I a little more "teeth" and a little 1925.; Her salary is currently! paid Lafayette Street from State ((10th Street from State Road 16 federal agent. The agents then

week to enlarge the race to five I and 'others will be sold as soon goes to buy another book which i,less appeal. by the County Commissioners and Road 200 (Walnut Street) to First I Street) to Reba Street; destroyed the still and 400 gal-

candidates for the three Council as home seekers receive approval takes its place on the rental If an independent source of in- I the City Council. The Woman's Street: I Thence Easterly along Reba lons of mash.

posts. I on their VA and FHA loans. shelves. The names of those wno I co.me, could ..ba provided for the I Club houses and administers theIhb..ry Westmoreland Street from State! Street to Pine Street; Sheriff Reddish said that the

Noegl'1'ran a strong race for Both projects feature homes of have rented the book a a e"writtenon ; seiectio of worthwhile but limit- I free,of charge. Road 100 (MadisoTrtT't1',"-Thwrte Northerly along Pine small still was not running when

City Council last year losing out masonary construction ad car its inside cover- co-purchas- ed interest books. the library could Starke's library rates definitely to Old County Road; ;Street 100 feet to Northwest Cor- he discovered it Monday. He said

to Ce rge Kopelo'usos by three I ports. They will both have paved ers of the book. serve its readers a more balanced as one of the city's top assets, Alton Road from State Road ner of School property; Thence the larger still was running, but

votes. Noegel tallied 486 votes to streets and city utilities. Deme- Since "whether the book will I reading diet.Another but a more liberal book purchasing 100 (Madison Street) South to ;Easterly along School property to that he had apparently frightenedits

Kopelousos 489. I I tree is building only three bed- II rent or not" is the chief problem problem now facing system and a new location Old County Road; Old Lawtey Road; operators as he approached.He .

Other candidates in the f'eld I room houses while Warren has Mrs. Young faces when buying i' the library is lack of space. Pres- I would go a long way in perfecting I Old County Koad from State Crosby Street from Oak Streetto confiscated a 39 Chevrolet

are incumbents James A. Lewis,. two and three bedroom houses. 'new books the library's shelves ently the shelves are packed and : its present service !Road 200 (Walnut Stree) to Al- I, Lawtey Road; parked at the still bearing license
Lucian O. Hazen and Ewell Lawson .
'no. 11-8588. He said the AlachuaCounty
ton Road I Georgia Street from State High-
and a newcomer to city poli-I Another Landmark 'Bites the Dust' I 200 West to Grand Street; Sheriff is checking on
tics. Jerry Gay. I March Of Dimes New Road \Will Grand Street from Washington.way the owner of the licence. The
I Street to State Road 16 ((10th ; Grand Street South to Eleventh
The deadline for qualifying I car's identification numbers had
passed Tuesday. so the field of 'Street): 'Street. been sanded off.

candidates is complete. This year's To: Fight Florida Increase Flow Sheriff Reddish said that the
city election is slated for Sept. 11 1. I Man Rides 'Houseback' Down Call St. ''two stills were located about a

Seventy-one new voters were I II [mile apart. He said the larger
added to the registration lists Polio Increase : Of 301 Traffic ., still was about four miles froma

this year Last year 158 new voters I I I 1 I still destroyed in the SampsonCity

jegistered, but hot races for City I area last month. He said

Clerk Chief of Police and City Ti No campaign for the emergency An extra flow of traffic on High- : that it was a new still and he
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Council brought the voters out. "March of Dimes" appears quiteas way 301 through Bradford Countyis .i.t\a said it might be operated by the

Last year 1,076'otes were cast effective as the tragedy of one : forseen as the result of a new i i iI same persons who got away in
but the record remains at 1.139in or more cases of polio in the road which is to be built from I I last month's raid.

1951 Only 10 new voters registered ighboihood. Many Florida communities I Macclenny to the southeastern tip Sheriff Reddish said there was

in the 1952 "off year" are planning to go alii of Baker County. The State Road q general "tightening down" in

elections "ut in the emergency drive this :Department 'is advertising now thi.and other counties in a statewide -
1 I .
Absentee ballots may be obtain- Dimmer after seeing child after :I for bids on this road. '- rampaign against moon-

eo at City Hall beginning to- | ( hld: stricken with the dreaded I II I It' is expected that this road I shiner

morrof(Saturday) morning and I!, lisease. I will be continued to join with

on evenweek day until Wednesda Polio in Florida has increased i Highway 301. north of Highland

> Sept. 8.Jaycees. *1. i4j j1fl ,1'
eported last year. The state has I from it to meet Highway 22S at
_i I 1> iheady had 679 new cases this I Maxville.
Elect ,.4 ,,_ .
ear as compared with a total of i A federal-aid road, it starts at Plan Business

I : 254 cases for a similar period last I I Folkston Ga., runs southerly to

New OfficersThe j I 'ear. I Macclenny, thence as described

% i| The National Foundation of In- I to 301. The purpose of the road is I Tour For FridayStarke's
Starke Junior Chamber ol already owes to provide a more direct route
I fantile Paralysis I so'or'RE SOT SEEING THINGS It actually is a hou'e3OU

Commerce held its annual election, NO.T ONLY TREKS: but buildings are falling under the expansion: I j Florida hospitals over $100,000 I for travellers from the Chicago see at the busy Call and Walnut intersection, and that actually is

ot officers Monday night at the: plans for Starke's highuajs. The last support for the roof that one which'it is unable to pay. Florida's land mid-west area to St. Augustine a man >ou see straddling its roof top. No he didn't mistake "house" teachers will embark
borne of Rep. Doyle Conner, former have exhausted the 71 I Daytona Beach and the East Friday on the city's first "Busi-
the club. I covered gasoline pumps at Torode's Chevrolet Co. comes down as the chapters : for "horse," he's riding Ui) there to aid the house slide! under the traffic -
: president of cent of the "March of Dimes" Coast. ness Education Day" in which the
McGriff Jr. was elected l county makes room for a new highway route through Starke along; per I signal.
G J teachers will tour several of
retain for local i
funds that they At the present time. 301 joins
president of the club for the coming : ('ourt Street and Madison .\'enue. I ;Starke's businesses. The tour has
work. 1 north of Folkston andis
year. Other officers were: I been arranged by Mrs. Marian
Jack Detweiler. first vice presi- Sees Film Bradford County has been spar- part of it to Callahan where 301 He's Not Dead -- He's Waiting Howe. executive secretary of the
Schools Open [i Rotary I:ed polio epidemic this year and
dent Dave Simpson second vice a I'I'I branches off and comes m a Chamber of Commerce.The .

presIdent: Bill Coram secretary; On United Nations ,I the emergency drive appears in southerly direction. The new cutoff For The Lights To Come On1i' tour is designed to acquaintthe
Lee Franks. treasurer: and Lucian 'Full Blast"Monday I danger of falling short of its goal. I from Folkston. via Macclennv teachers with the,latest facilities -

Conner and Marvin Urquhart. : A trip through 'Lnited Nations: Benedict Finder Jr. reportsthat ito 301 near Highland will serve i and the problems of businessin

Board of Directors. Morning I'hear quarters in New York by way'I I he has t'eceived few mail l as a shorter. faster route. and it : this area.

Conner. as immediate past presIdent 'of color motion picture slides was "ontributions in his campaign so 'jis expected that a large amountrf About 65 teachers from Starke
will also serve on the Board 'piesentcd at tht Rotary Club Wednesday -;I far. The biggest gift so far was 'I both astern and midwestern Elementary School and Bradford

o> Directors. Bradford Count\'s schools will by T. T. Long chairman I$25 from the Starke chapter of 'i traffic will use this route. and High School will leave the schoolat

The group planned a member- .open up "full blast" Monday. and ,of Intel-national: Senice.i the Elks. The American Legion tm so doing pass through towns in 9 a.m. Friday in two buses. They
ship drive as its first project for most of the county's children must The speaker, who visited; the ollerted $20 at their Tuesday I Bradford County.foster *ill visit Big Dad ManufacturingCo

the year It also discussed the be ready for a full day's program. i United Nations he. quarters on a meeting for the drive. I during the first part of the
possibilities of entering some phase said School Supt. Harmon P. Mor- 'recent trip to New York gave the
Finzer said he hopes to take up morning.
I Norman
ot youth work in accordance with gan this week. Rotarians: a "guided tour" of the the county's[ After Big Dad they will tour
national) and state campaigns for Morgan said that the teacherstwo 'buildings I describing each room in a collection at through the Bradford Furniture

increased Jaycee service in youth weeks cf preplanningill 'detail and telling! what it war. used boost churches the Sunday drive. in an effort to Died MondayI :I Manufacturing Co., and then they

projects enable them to start classes More'for. I ,will see the Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
with minimum of confusion. > T. H. Slade announced thai a On the national scene there has
day a I Easter Norman. 8J. of 3T'- ;;in action.
meeting wiH! te held in the City been 10.797 reported polio cases H1T1; The teachers will
eat in
Low Water Aids Morgan said this year's school ; 1'ing St. died Monday morning ;.f twogroups.
I Hall at 10'to date as compared with 11.710i '
Saturday morning Part of them will
eat at
would be the
_ I opening basically ., [,a Palatka hospital following a
o'clock for the of discuss- for last The National Foundation ,
purpose i year. Herb's Drive-In. and the other half
last The of
i same as year's. county'snew {long illness. She was a native
'Low Blow' Plan \ school bus ordered in April. ing a proposed radio station for I has expended much of its Bradford County. but had resided i!will eat at the El Rancho Restau-

A man told a story to Tax As-I has not yet arrived so Morgan Starke He urged ail membersand I money for a national immunization in Jacksonville for the past two rant.The
I plans to route the school buses other business men to attend. I I program. I teachers will leave fromHerb's
II c
essoi Gene Long this week which I years. : !
the at the end I! Hardest hit states this year Drive-In at 1:15 to
same as they were p.m.
should be for .chuckle at the New .
good a member of
She was a I
least ;I I of the school year. J. B. White Will I I are Florida California Iowa, Nebraska. I Congregational Methodist Churrh visit the National Guard Camp and
Texas. and Wyoming. :Maintenance Shops at
1 It seems he bought a lake front I Bradford High's cafeteria will ;Sell Some Stock I survived three daughters -'
i The territories of Alaska and Ha- She is by The group will return at 3:30 !
be operating Monday, and the p.m
___j in Clay but
property County. of
I hard hi Mrs. Liza Thornton for refreshments
: wait have also been : at the Gold
At Orlando Sale
since that time the lake receded, : Staike students will remain in I Ii I Starke Mrs. Sara Reynolds of House RestaurantThe
additional 50 feet to school for a full day. Morgan Finzer urges local residents to i iS
expos'ng an ; i I I Raiford. and Mrs. Gladys Ross of buses
will be
line. The I said other schools in the county J. B. White, Bradford County mail donations to: escorted by
the water original owner
I I cattleman whose ranch is located Orlando; two sons Henry Gnffis Police Chief W. E. Thornton.
:will follow the pattern set by last
contacted him. saying that unless, I I "March of Dimes"Post of Lawtey and Charlie L. Billiard
year. on the State Farm road. will con
he .the new owner) bought the the'com i i Office of Jacksonville; sister. Mrs. Sara :Marine
sign some of his stock to Here
School will at
additional land now uncovered. he begin normally Starke 13 grandchijdren }- Tuesday
Florida Asso- ,I Starke Florida Wilson of
the former owner) would erect 8:25 a. m. and last until 3:10 p. ing Aberdeen-Angus I A U. S. Marine
< recruiting
a fence shutting off access to m., but Monday morning the high ,ciation's Off-The-Grass Sale atlOrlando's !I He also urges residents to place I and 19 great-grandchildren. ji j T. Strickland assumes a corpse-like air as he waits for the lightsto S. Sgt. Maurice Jones will-

the lake school students will meet in Brad- Mid-Florida Livestock I Change in collection points located -i I The funeral was held Wednesday -! go on at the "Three Friend barber shop last Friday during the .be in Starke at the local draft
Market, beginning 12:30 p.m., at several business in the community at the graveside in Evergreen j
Long told him to see a lawyer. ford High Stadium for home I celebrated house moving. The lights were off at the barber shop for 'board every Tuesday from 10 a.
Wednesday. Sept. 15. and to support other Cemetery with the Rev. Joe Grif- i,
The law? A local attorney stated room assignments. They will then any over an hour and Strickland decided he might as well be comfortable. !m. to 4 p. m. to interview appli-
schedule of White's consignment consists: of,efforts made by the local "Marchof ;fis and the Rev. Buldy: Harris
a regular
that all lake bottoms are owned go through I Pjlaroid: l-llinute Pho'os l.-ants wishing to enlist in the
I by the Telegraph
I three bulls and six females. Dimes" committee. officiating. Marines.
by the State. short periods.

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TtOBRADFORD I er Hampton residents, called on $555.49 overdrawn in the General ferred.
1 :, $467.50 in June this year as cornt

COUNTY TELEGRAPH Mrs. J.. Ruth W. Home Ella Wednesday.Mrs. Noegel of Law-. Starke Income ''I City Fund, but they were in far Starke's income was up in other I pared with $1,221 last year be-

tetter shape! than last year when sources of revenue for the
MASTHEAD cause of them removedto
of her sister, :Mrs. Henry Hinson Shows Gain they were $3,392.46 overdrawn.The ,nine months: utility tax $9.658.42. permit the widening of Call St )
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida; under and family.Mr. June 30 bank statement shows I up $2.83159.: cigarette tax 25. ,

the Act of March 3, 1879. +1095.66. up $4.257.60; occupational 1.
and Mrs. Fred Dease and I $270.77 deposited but outstand-
|I licences S5OS2.25. up $890 50:
son of Plant City spent the weekend ing checks amounted to $826.26.
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION. with their nephew, W. A. Sax-1 On ExpensesThe Starke's biggest financial asset :parking meters. U.764.S6. up $142- an Esterbrook pastel purse pen. \
I I .86 (Parking meters took in only I II Only $2.37 at Bradford County
on and family. Billy Saxon accompanied proved to be its light plant. The t
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them home for the] city collected 106289.21 from I
Reader Reaction Shows Interest In Schools I City of Starke collected <<
week. I the sale .
i of electric current this
I 527,042.66 in June while
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman as compared with $96,807.03:
R's' year
school and had the three
We are always glad when some editorialwe the one room $21,960.73, but the total receiptsfor wiiirComfortI
son Billy returned last week for last year. The city also col-
have published gets reader reaction drilled into him. from a tour of Southern Florida. nine months still trailed total lected $11.177,6 from the sale of
good or bad. For such shows that The question seems to be how far the
response Mr. and Mrs. the water this as with
Russell Dyal of expenditures. During first year compared
people are reading, thinking and who schools can go in their effort to be all thingsto the Farm 16703.76> last
Colony spent the week-I year.
nine months of the fiscal
knows? might ultimately be stirred to the pupil without neglecting the funda-I end with their daughter, Mrs. year This year the city has trans- ;
action. mentals (3 r's, if you please). If the home I Bruce Roark and family. Mrs.d d the city deposited $288,759.08 to ferred S26.500 from the Light and

We were hardly prepared. however, for the life of the child were what it should be, the ;Dyal remained Monday and Tuesday -I its various accounts, but spent;' Water fund to the General Fund.
rather violent reaction on the part of some school would not have to worry so much I i to care for Mrs. Roark who $293,130.15 in the same period. Last year $24,750 had been trans- i /
readers to last week's lead editorial which about the shaping of attitudes they would has an injured foot. I Starke's income and expendi-I arfXIlk,

was critical of some of the theories behind already be "shaped" when the child arrivedat 1[ Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Thomas and i tures are running more than $80- I I I with AREA HEAT aDd thernI3nJ4inrq
daughter of 000 higher than they did for a I, This Year More Than Ever
"progressive education" as expressed beforea school. Hawthorne, Mr. and;I ,,.
group of Bradford County teachers by a The pendulum in methods of education (Mrs. of Glen Graham Thomas, and and Mr.two and children Mrs.-:[the similar total period income last was year.$206.948.88 In 1953 : r

University of Florida educator. swings does the pendulum in everything
lG. L. Gibson and children I and the total expenses were $212.-
The editorial was pitched on a note of else, and a heartening bit of news (at least |do visited Mr. and Mrs.of Wal- 527.71. TOUCH-COOLC uar+O'Matjc : = ..r

broad satire which is frequently used as a for us) came out of Oslo last week where Manning and family Sunday.Mr. Leroy. The city ended June by being
medium by newspaper writers and is usually the second conference of the World Confed- Gas Area Heaters
quickly recognized by readers.In eration of Organizations of the Teaching the and Mrs. v very Slade are !r1 't ,!#!P
proud parents of a son, Michael -
this case, however, it appears that progressive Profession was being held. The conferencewas Stephen, born Vug. 18 at St. -:.>r-;' !
such sensitive sub- teachers from all over the i Available iA 39,000,
education is a attended by Vincent's Hospital! in Jacksonville.Mr. Wash Your Clothes I 45,000 and 65.000
ject that the obvious overstatements in the world.A and Mrs. K. B. Watterson i, Eta input capacities
editorial were accepted at their face value. resolution on secondary>teaching, adopted I received word thit their brother- 9 Pounds ,1I From
Indeed, some school personnel expressedfear by 60 out of 68 representatives (eight abstaining -i'in-law T. Sculthorp of St. Bride. I 24.95
that parents might infer that the extreme from voting) stressed that "the I Va., died on Monday night of last For 40c! All These Fcatvres _" .
methods described in the editorialwere future welfare of human thought and prog- :week and was buried on Wednesday never Touch hot-caol. Black cibMt Magic-top convector, bottom for, sides positi The heaters only vented, radiant, circulate
in general use in Bradford County ress requires that the cultural values of at South Hill, Va.SEVENThI FREE Bleach If Desired! e air circulation,even heat r Automatic ing Cool cabinets-so with remarkable cool Toucfn
I I you cart
6ghbng,100%; safely pilot.Furniture styling
schools. classical and modern studies, which predom- II I Three potted plants on top-can't;
"There isn't a teacher at BUS who teaches inatly contribute toward the shaping of the ADVENTIST CHURCH DAY 6 l I One Boundlay harm careless furniture little fingers, rugs! walls, or

like that!" one telephone caller protested.We mind should vigilantly safeguarded. Services each Sabbath in old I: \ Trip All heat circulated from front-

heartily agree with her statement, and "There is a danger," the resolution con- Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath We Will no streaked walls, no soiled ceiling.
might even go so far as to add a fervent tinued, "that particular traditional values of School 2 I New York S.O.OO 36.00 Glo-Brite radiants give added
I p.m. Preaching Dry Your Clothes :MiamiTampa i.i.i; 13.93; @ warmth to floors and living area.1
"Thank heaven! academic secondary education. may be lost I each second and fourth Sabbaths 3.55 GAO .a. Efficient High-Crown burner for
We are well aware that Bradford County through over-emphasis of utilitarian rather 3 p.m. Elder :Mostert, pastor. For 20c I St. Augustine 1.20 2.20 a ACA approved far top economy.

schools have never gone all out for so-called than cultural aims in education. In a world Bible Study each Thursday 8 pjn. In New Automatic Driers! (Ocala 1.40 2.55 all types of... heaters Dearborn-finest, safest gas
made. Your
education but that does not allay technical achievements whichis Everyone w 1come.i I wise choice for
progressive dominated by I Fares do not include U. S. Tax heating comfort as you like it.
the fears of a growing number of parents becoming more and more organized witha i e GREYHOUND BUS STATION:
who feel that educators, on the national view to maximum production it is incum- I I
level, are going to extremes in finding new bent on teachers' organizations to educate i THE RIGHT POINT for the II I Templee.. Phone 147-J SLADE GAS COMPANYPhone
way write. Come in and select -
you TheVasheteria\
ccncepts of education.In public opinion on the greater importance of jour favorite ESTERBROOK Starke Fla.
dif- education whose principal aim is cultural.
writing the editorial we sincerely Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at Temple Ave. Starke
fered with the views of Dr. Maurice Ahrens. "Linking up as it does the past with the BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I 121 Starke. Fla.
- V" feel that in loin so, we expressed an interest present. this education aims at safeguarding "e Sfd11JY ..R
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in what is going on in educational cir- and enriching the spiritual heritage -
cles and stated an opinion on it. Surely thereis which is the very basis of our civilizationand I
room for debate on such a broad subject at ensuring the continued progress of

as this.It human thought."
seems to us that the one big danger in In our opnion these educators seem to IK-
every debate. and we prefer that word isovemmplification. saying "Seek ye first the fundamentals. and

Even as "laymen" we all these ether things shall be added unt'i I
can appreciate the problems of modern edu- you."
cation and acknowledge that in our complex If any teacher feels that last week's editorial

society teaching is a far different program was slanted her way, we assure her
from that of years ago. that it was not. We know that many of our

The influence of comic books. movies ra- teachers are in complete disagreement with

dio, television, and the general weakening of some of the more advanced theories of progressive I
the bonds of family life must certainly be education.
considered in their effects on the minds of Likewise, if any reader interpreted theeditorial

children today. What a far cry it is from as implying that such extreme

the modern child with all these distractionsand methods are in use in our county schools, we

for the most part, poor influences to hasten to assure you that such an inferencewas
the country boy of years ago who attended wholly unintentional on our part.

land and the staggering realism of .T.n.'.r...'n..T.s

, Water''Hell And Featured High in atomic explosion are all portrayed -1''i You putFORD TRUCKS sales !II.

At Florida Theatre playing in Sunday"Hell and, Monday High Water, and," HAMPTONby on top in gains

Tuesday at the Florida Theatre. Sirs. \Vm.V.. IiammondAUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI '
't"he silent underwater collisionsf I. ,
Richard Widmark plays the partof .
warring submarines, the sus- an ex-submariner who is lured and Today we are ready to put you on top with
pense of secret landing parties by a large cash offer to take a Our once quiet peaceful
Invading a foibMJen: Arctic Is-I f Japanese submarine to Artie islands village has been in an uproar for
over a week now. Prowlers are
in search of Communist
""activities. still on the go. Many haven't had
His mission is to take
I"FRIGIDAIRE ,( two scientists one of them a I II i a good night's rest since this
mess began, children dare not
oman played by Bella Darvi, to
sleep in their own beds. Guns
study the Red activities.
Part of their adventure is marked are kept handy so if anyone
THERE'S JUST ONE wants to call on their friends
by a battle with an enemy
after dark he'd better call out
FRIGIDAIREMade which is armed with
their names so he won't get shot.
torpedoes. Since the expediiion'ssubmarine t -
only by General I I] Mrs. Roy Roark had the misfortune a
i has no weapons, it rams|
Motors Corp. All other to cut her
the foot
other submarine and destroys:
Electric Refrigerators are it. I Saturday morning when she drop-

made by other companiesand They also uncover a plot in ped a large suar container, Dr.
cannot use the word I which the Communists hope to I Honpt attended Mrs. Roark and
hail to take eight stitches to close I
Frigidaire. load an American. B-29 with ar.
the wound.Dr. II
atomic bomb and then to drop it II I
Alfred Cierpke of Tennes-
en Korea, thereby incriminating
America. se. Temple Schools will shew a I

? ? <: The story is filmed in Cinema- religious film "Twice Convicted" ..
Scope to dramatize life aboard a life story of Evangelist Fred I II I -
THEN SEE 1 the fateful submarine. Garland at the First Baptist

I Church this Friday evening. II I COME SEE us and get your top truck deal! *
E. H. SMITHTenth Schools of Bradford Countywill
reopen on Monday, Aug. 30th. I Ford Truck sales are up 17.7% over last year,

and Temple Ae. brook YOU'LL purse-size LOVE fountain the new pens Ester-Inpastel I.keep Sure this hope in that mind the and slow motorist's down Ford Trucks are a f first i and we're dealing high to keep up that pace!

Starke, Fla. shad",. Only $2.58 at Bradford while driving through Hampton .
/ County Telegraph.FasfBaeryCharae. I and near other schools as well. You'll save money every day after you buy,

--,--_. -_._.-_.- 1 Mr Crystal and Mrs.Lake John and E.Mrs.Hammondof James in sales I gains i We aim too, with Ford Truck Triple Economy! You get

Starkie gas-saving from ultra-modern new
of Gainesville were Monday power

night dinner guests of the continue i that V-8's and Six. Work-saving from
Fl William Hammonds.Mrs. to t t pace I engines, ease .

: Hazel Thomas and son,, Ford's Driverized Cab. And trip-saving capacities

James:Staike::; Monday.were business callers in to t keep Ford on top !I in over 220 new models. Come see and save!

Onard Parker of Homestead

r r nved' innoany in Mrs.town Parker Saturday and chil-to Come in for your top deal !

yr' i't-n home after spendin some FORD'TF
y "j>e with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs U D. Dyal. They left for
home Sunday.Mr .

and Mrs. Jack Hines of i IPle atG'IO/
01.nke called the
on Bruce RoarksMunday I
night. i I

Mis t T. J. Alderman -
and son,
Pv.:! were in Starke Monday 4j'J TRUCKS

SUEtiU'A. Willow Ruth Hammond spent _
Monday night with her brother and t
t*# 'ClUn:4c.of' j -ter-m-law. Mr. and Mrs. John i .
l K:
Hammond on Crystal Lake. I
,. T J. Alderman Jr. is _
spending __
two weeks at the Bainbridge Naval -
Base Bainbridge Md.
i Mr. and :Mrs Vasco Busey and

children of Valdosta Ga.. spent
the first of the week with he

We test and recharge your battery without i!parents, the J. H. Parkers.
Mr and Mrs.
Durwood Dort ::

removing it from your car. New power for .,of her Gainesville parents the spent Frank Sunday Thomase with

a discharged battery in only 30 minutes daughter.Mrs. \V.Willow W. Ruth Hammond, were business and-i iI

callers in Starke Monday I Andrews Motor Co.Phone
end: called on the W. N. Jackson

GOODMAN'SService ",ho recently moved from Hampton .
to Starke. ,
Mrs. J. W. Horne son
; James;
Station and granddaughter, Melody May, 118 Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE FLORIDA
were in Gainesville Sunday after- /

Starke, Florida Mr. and Mrs. Van Douberly and
daughter Jane, of Dundee, form-


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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT and Mrs. Rosa Pinhoster were in-I days with Judy Stokes. TYYYYYTTTYYYYYYTYYTTy,1 lover; so grab vour duds and get two weeks. Her son Bobby, has I). Mr. and Mrs. Graydon Crawford i present, and refreshments-- served- t ti t ti

Gainesville on business. Monday.Mr. The New River Baptist Church ready to hit the trail again Mon been here for the most of the sum- i and family of Montgomery, Pa i by the hostess. l

BROOKERBy : and Mrs. L. L. Dyal and son, had a series of revivals this week BAYLESS HIWAYby day. The teachers began last week, mer.Mrs. I are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack I The Golden Circle class met
Laverne, were visiting Mr. and I with Reverend Allen E. Young of ;and it sure is hot to be back in Thelnm Henderson of Detroit Haberstroh. Mrs. Haberstror is I Tuesday also, at the home of Mrs.E. .

Polly Wait Jr. I Mrs. Jack Miller, of Gainesville, the First Baptist Church, of Lake Mrs O. E. CrosoyAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i school again. Mich., is visiting Mrs. Pat Mr. Crawford's mother. Altman.
Sunday. Butler, as speaker.. Mrs. Fraher.
Lloyd Barry of Brooker, Hist Baptist Church l Rev. M. V. Steadham, district
&!!l111111&AAAAA11111jLittle Ray Gano, of Swan Lake, is visiting Mrs. C. L. Atkinson visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester Connely and Mrs. Loly Johnson of Raiford, The Harriet Kelly Class meet-i missionary. will preach at both
his the R. F. friends and relatives in Miami this daughter of and Mrs.
Wilson Russ was honoredon grandparents Church News Leesburg sister of Mrs. S. E. Kennedy, fell held Tuesday 8:00
ing was m.
p. and
i marning services next
his birthday with a party giv- .Ganos, this week. week. Barry's sister and family of Wa- last week and injuried her knee
I I Rev. H. C. Martin filled his at the home of Mrs. Edith Ride- Sunday, Aug. 29. He is a very ,
en by his mother, Mrs. Buddy Russ Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gano: and Mrs. Joyce Castlen and boys, of regular appointment chula were visiting Mrs. Barry's cap. She will be confined to bed I
at Bayless ; and the
nour. After the business meeting. interesting speaker public -
and his sifter, Mrs. Ned Hicks. daughters are visiting the R. F. I Leesburg, are visiting the C. L. Highway daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and and wheel chair for some time.I
Sunday morning and a social hour was enjoyed by those is invited to all the senrices.
Those who attended this occasion Ganos for a few days. Atkinsons this we 1\. evening. Mrs. Jimmy Crosby last week. I Her father, D. H. Baker, is stay- I

were Sidney and Neal Hazen, Re- i Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Cano spent We are sorry to report that the Quite a large crowd attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Crosby ing with Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, I _11I1_ I
gina and Ramona Harrell, Ralphie I Sunday afternoon in Hawthorne L. A. Motts have moved into their Sunday School Mass Meeting and baby, Stevie, have recently and Mrs. Johnson is in Starke;i

Hazen Patty and Peggy Coram, with Mrs. J. W. Brown. new home in Gainesville on 32nd I at New River Church Tuesday moved to Lake City. They are with her daughter.Mrs. i

Eddie a!"d Sue Douglas, Betty Jean I The G. E. Green family returned street. We are happy though that night. We didn't get the attendance enjoying their new home, but Margaret Tracy has returned :
and Grace Allen, Willa Mae and home from their vacation Sunday. it isn't too far away. I banner, but we were glad would like anyone going to Lake from a vacation in Pitts- ':
Shirley Ann Tetstone, William Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley Lake Church City to give them a call. burgh Pa.Huntley.
They drove to Vero Beach and Frank L. Tomlinson was able to i!
Hicks, Dottie Sue Kelley, and Zeb visited Mrs. Green's mother, Mrs. entertained the Waits and take it. We were glad to have Margieand Redfearn Jr., who is \

Russ.Mr. Tom Steele. From there, they Linda and Phil Larson of Gainesville Personal Items Pete Parrish and children of stationed at Fort Jackson was
and :Mrs. Pasco Green and went to visit her sister, Mrs. Ronald on Mrs. Tomlinson's birthday.The Mrs. O. E. Crosby entertained Linden at church Sunday night.YYYYYYYYYYYYYY home for a weekend recently. '!
family of Eustis visited the Bud- Barnette and husband and W. E. Bighams visited |with a sweet sixteen party Satur- School will open on Monday.
dy Russ family last week. I boys in Miami. They visited such friends and relatives in Lakeland: II day night honoring her daughter, IvnvKeystone YYTT Aug. 30, with registration of new

:Mrs. Alice Thomas, of Jacksonville places as Key West, Miami Beach, this weekend. Beverly, Jo, on her 16th birthday. pupils on Wednesday of this week

attended the cemetery work- and Coral Gables. On their way Linda Larsen, of Gainesville, has Outdoor games were enjoyed by Heightsby Mrs. Mary Scott returned honu
ing at Dedan Cemetery last Thursday home, they stopped in Vero Beachto been spending a few days with us, about 60 young folks. Refreshments last Thursday. after a summer it* .
and spent that afternoon with visit Mrs. Steele again. the Waits. Her brother, Philip, of birthday cake and cold Pennsylvania.There
Mrs Sara McDonald will be a fish fry at ;Iii'
:Mrs. Amanda Lewis. I drinks served late in the -
The R. H. Greens visited :Mr. joined us this weekend and we were 1 1 1
Allen Lewis, accompanied by and :Mrs. J. M. Hendry, of Mandarin spent Sunday picnicing in Keystone : I evening by the hostess assisted by W111/111LL1U11///11LL beach on Friday, Aug. 27. pnceeds >
Pete Douglas and Lattice Marie f Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Thomas at Lake Geneva. i I Mrs. Alice Holly, Mrs. Florence Bird to go toward the cost of '
I George and son. John of f the new fire engine. The engine
Crosby, and Mrs. Ella Watterson.
Rucker of Lake Butler #as in and family, of Jacksonville and Club Meeting
\ Syracuse. N. Y., .
are visiting. Mrs. will be demonstrated after the fish
Jacksonville on business Saturday Mr and Mrs R. C. McDennon of The Brooker Home Demonstration Beverly Jo received many Ella
; I -I beautiful and Bird fry in the park and the winner (I'
I useful gifts as a
morning.Mrs. of Baldwin Sunday.
Club met Wednesday afternoon -[momento of the Mrs Martha Robinson of Kansas the Crystal Heights lot will be an-
Aubrey Hazen, and boys, Beverly Green is spending a few with the club president, Mrs.I, Fred Haislop and osassion.Mrs. Iris Crosby City is visiting her parents Mr nounced. Work is progressing nn-e- :
|IT. W. Markey, presiding. Plans I and Mrs. John Karges, for aboul t: ly on the new fire house.QEPOSITORS't .
-' .. -- - -, -- - :': .:- i;were made and materials orderedfor a birthday Sunday,
|and we wish them many more. .
making pocketbooks at the I{ :Mr. and :Mrs. C. C. Crosby joined .
sujh8S September meeting.A .
I in a family reunion at the homeof
letter from Billie Ann Russ
Mrs. Crosby's father. Uncle
was read, thanking the club for
John Kelly, Sunday. Glad to know i I -
her trip to Tallahassee and the
that Uncle John is feeling betterat
r ,4-H Short Course.
this writing. ftPB
The president called a special
I meeting to be held at the homeof Glad to hear that Marcus Con-
ner who underwent
the club secretary, Mrs. Jim major operation -
Rogers, on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at in St. Vincent's Hospital w MONEY BANKS
3:30 p.m. Activities will be dis- Tuesday is recuperating nicely 1.
cussed and plans made for the Mrs. Conner and children spent a AL DEPOSITS,
I few days with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
coming year's work. All membersaie THIS IS THEPRINCIPLE
I asked to be 'present. Woods to be near Marcus. /

I II II I I Mrs. Floyd Crosby and children I
Mary Alyce and Marshall spent
Bd the weekend with her sister and "FRACTIONALRESERVE"

I I brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs SYSTEM,BY WHICH
Cleveland Sullivan of Theresa. I THE BANKING SYSTEM AS A
I J. D. McKinney of Graham is ,, UNIT *CREATES*MONEY- I
spending a few days with the O. Qo THE BASIC INGREDIENT I I _
I E. Crosby's. He is gathering corn. I
Mr. -
and Mrs. W. C. Ward and uotii. n ai BIG CAPACITY
DUE I Mr. and Mrs. W R. Haislop Joyce I

I Ward and Mrs. Chessie Deverick Our bank is always glad to make sound well secured G-E RANGEIN
i attended the big annual closing i COME
666 QUINiNE 10f the tobacco market at Strick- loans; they benefit both the borrower and the lender. i TODAY f I WITH DELUXE FEATURES

I land's warehouse in Lake City last

QUEEN BEE' OF THE {KITCHEN{ II(week. Hear they got a very warm Our officers welcome you to discuss your financial
receptIOn from Acting Gov. Char- :
''. 'p T :;a;;& |, leE.' Johns.heard I problem with them.FLORIDA .
by grapevine that Bonnie

Ladies! Don't drone through your chores in an old COLONIALFLORIST .Clark is wearing a sparkler on the I ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor. /
i thud finger of her left hand. I O
fashioned work We've all the
trap. makings to give
I haven't heard who the lucky man Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229
;you a honey of a Kitchen for a Price that won't sting is. I also spotted Carolyn Alex- t I II I Starke Fla.

your budget 1 son wearing the same for Bobby rI
M// We Service We Sell
.. I Crosby. 'hey haven't set the date I Everything
TILE FOR FLOOR ARMSTRONG WALL TILE FLOWERS yet.Little Janelle Bullington was YIW.u4 I Complete Line of Freezer Supplies

dinner guest of Yvonne Conner
I 9 Member Florida National Group I
and Mrs. Bishop Thomas of

Make a bee line to our showroom and well sketch c Lacrosse were guests of her per- : .
your .
ents. Mrs. H. H. Lewis Sunday. -
"kitchen beautiful. No obligation Mr and Mrs. Freddie Watterson ----

and Mr. and Mrs. Tiny Lovell and I

Pay as little as $JL A-00%. ? per month I : POTTED DISH POTTERY GARDENS PLANTS nice daughter and and Rockford Mrs.vacation Mrs.,, Margaret Ivan 111.Bernard in They McDade Winchester Ann Jarvis.visited, and spent and Mr 1r'1 a, )|i iI I 1 fORD IS I 1ST: N SALES

found plenty of apples, but they

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone Flowers WiredAnywhere were too green to eat. They also I
attended the State Fair at Spring-

45 Washington St. at S A.L. Depot I field. They were so excited that I II I
Mary couldn't relate all she saw
Starke, Fla. I, They spent a night in Bagdad.
Nona St. Starke | Ky. with Dot Barnes and her thousands

:: n ." husband, Julian Wood. They en- by
8.4.........:..-"wiiooiG_ _...i..... .-L -"'- i joyed the trip and they said that

1 it was a little cooler there than

I IT'S PERFORMANCE THAT COUNTS! I here.Mr.. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop,
I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haislop and
[j children, and Mr. and Mrs. Tony
Go'nzales visited the zoo in Jacksonville -
Sundoy.Mr. I
and Mrs. Frank Thomas I
spent the weekend in Jacksonvillewith I

GET PHILL Miss relatives.Mary Alyce Crosby has

accepted a position with Hart- k
mann's Furniture Co. as secretary.We .
were glad to- see Charles
and Ethel Newman at church

Sunday night. They are residingIn ,
Gainesville. We wish them much
happiness and success.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haislop and
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop were
recent visitors in Tampa.Mr. .

and Mrs. W. C. Ward, :Mrs.
CAR only gasoline
a Tiny Lovell and daughter, Margaret -
with the added super aviation fuel compo Ann, and Lawrence La- '

nent Di-isopropyl. A Phillips exclusive/ Monday Roche Jr.on, were business in Jacksonville National new-car registration figures* for the first six months

Well, k.ds summer' vacation isAUR \f 'a"- ,

Phillips was the first to make Di-isopropl I and I : of 1954 prove that Ford leads the industry in sales! In fact, ever

,_ also HF Alklate. Until recently, their use was I I

;' 4' restricted formance iation by the U.gasoline.S. Government Now authorities to high have per- x since car production has been free of restrictions, more and .more

removed restrictions and these powerful aviation s. ,. X %

components can be blended into Phillips 66 > 1 new-car buyers have been swinging over to Ford. That's because

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V. FLUE-FUEL provides increased power higher I Ford offers for than other In
anti-knock and greater fuel economy.You benefit more, things more people any car.

from Phillips 66 controlled volatility and the clean

< burning qualities that result from natural and today's Ford, for example, you get the matchless benefits of owningthe

aviation gasoline components. Get FurE-FuEt at

;7 Phillips stations 66 where Shield.you see the orange and black I\ only car in the low-price# field with a V-8 engine (the new

/'" / (

REVOLUTIONARY NEW OIL CAN REDUCE WEAR 40% I V f Ford Y-block V-8)) the only car in Ford's field with the smooth

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I weather motor oil to meet the highest standard ever established ,

I Compared for automobile to ordinary motor motor oil oils, new TROP-ARTIC can I I 1 with truly modern styling : :X: the only car in Ford's field with

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SOUftCE: R. L Polk and Company. Registration figures for January
45%. It keeps pistons cleaner. TROP-ARTIC can double such high resale 1 value.I
even through June,inclusive,the latest period for which figures are available. .
the life of your car's motor first consideration is properprofessional F'.C.A..

TROP-ARTIC is a worthy companion to. new Phillips 66 ** service for our cur
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PuiLun PEnOl.E\N COMFJUCY more you
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, what we offer you when you
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AUGUST %1, 1954f
Helen Jean ParkerTo -I ,. -

I J : I Commissioners Hear '!1 Kindergarten Opens
Become Bride
I SERVICE Road Group
Of Milton Misner g Kindergarten opens Sept. 1 :
A from 8:30: a. m. to 3:30 p. in.
I II delegation from the Dedan
I I Road section of Bradford County Register Aug. 31. at Cathola
Center. Mrs. Clyde Priest
'" appeared before the Board of j

I i I Sure have- County. Commissioners week
to be on your toes writes she is having a grand time to petition that a 7-mile road be I
Gladys MootyPhOlle
pest days: to keep track of where'up at the Junior Red Cross Lead- built as follows:

35 ?
__ ___ .. __ remember back .
III I II .1 way when ]N. C. this weex hear that Road
---- - - - I near Byrd' place in Gram -J
hen a person moved they jus'thnoved I Mary Andrews of New River I] P 'ha Section to L. L. Dyal place
Mrs. L. N. Pickering |1 Presbyterian Women x their furnishings? now'just by coincidence drew Faye 'w 'then northwest back to Brooker

Held Luncheon I 1 Held General Meeting they move the whole house these ]!Paulk) of Starke as a roommateup II ,Road". '
uapseveral weeks ago thei| at the new YWCA in Jax I

For Sandra Chambers Tuesday EveningThe Dig -stoiy Epperson house was I where the two girls are living I I Johnny The delegation Douglas Clyde consisted Kelley.of
,moved about a mile over near while working in Jax I ) !IJ. W.
Mrs. L. N. Pickering was hostessat Presbyterian Women of the rhe Hercules Corp., last Friday I Have you spotted the diamond T. Kelley A. I. Mann Lloyd
I |IDyal. H. H. Mott
Church held their ]Ii and Carl H.
general meeting former IS
a delightful luncheon Tuesday i Roy Turner house was I 1 that Sharon Wells is flashing Shaw.
Sandra Chamberswho Tuesday evening at the home of i(moved from S. Walnut ;:.
honoring Miss I street to II I I these days a gift from L. M
Mrs. W. A. Stern with 30 the Lex I I The Board agreed that as
leaves Sept. 1st to attend present. Green property on Clark Caines do I hear wedding bells? 'law .
Baylor University at Waco, Texas. :Mrs. Guy Andrews, leader, pre- street on Thursday the Junius Congrats to Marcus Brown whoteed I funds are available this road OURPROES$1ON
sided over the business meeting. ""j' fmith I will be paved.jDriver's .
/ cottage
was moved from
The luncheon table was \ his Bachelor of Arts de- ;
aurae-I Mrs. Evelyn Coopers reported the ,: the corner of W. Madison and i
tive with a outwork cloth .. gree from Emory University in j
centem\ece\ of allamandas and hibiscus week of Sept. 27 to Oct. 4 is I ,J. .if. '1l' Water street to the Smith pro- Atlanta last Saturday he plansto [I Licenses

? Following the luncheonthe Church Extention Week. Exten- -'fiftI perty on St. Clair street where vacation at home for a coupleof :On Sale Sept. 1 $
ion: course books will be ordered and
Virginia Junius
I add to weeks before
guests played charades. going on with i
Mrs. Pickering presented Miss and distributed among the members I jp9L1 ,r ., the cottage for their new home .his studies Sept. 13 at the Univer- :I II i iAt Judge's Office
by Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. W. J. and Al and Vivian
Chambers with a gift in remem- Harley have ,sity of Miami School of Medicine !I II -.
brance of the occasion. Epperson, Mrs. Dave Montgomery ._ ... J bought the Junius Smith house hear that Bill Mundywas I''I F I Automobile driver's licenses .
and :Mrs. John Mixon. and plan to move the house as up in the clouds last Thursday -. 7, F I for the coming year go on sale at
Enjoying the affair were Mrs. Mrs. W. S. McAliley had chargeof Miss Helen Jean Parker, daughter soon when they can find a place I Ito when after cutting a man's I the: office of County Judge TheronA. You should have our Comprehensive

J. R. Chambers, and Misses Agnes an interesting program after of Mr. and },lrs. R. Hershel put it Cliff and Piney hair he found out that the man's ,, Richard Henderson (top), son Yawn on September 1. Drivers Personal Liability
and Pat Lawson Nancy DuPre which Miss Louise Stern gave an Parker of Flint, Mich will bloom Brown's new house on St. Clair Beautiful wife who was I of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Henderson have until September 30 to renew Policy.

Jean Mundy and Pauline Gay account of her trip agroad hthe' bride of Milton Misner, son of street is going up in leaps and the shop waiting for him sittingin of Starke and Max Furlong, son of their licenses; thereafter a penalty Only $10 per

was most interesting and humor- Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Misrer, also 0 f bounds they're just across the the: one and only Ava was ,Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Furlong, also.' of $1 is charged in addition to i year gives you $10,000 pro-
Gabor '
MYF Plans Special ous.Circle Flint, on August 28. Tht mar street from the Smiths Mack Hollywood actress Bill saidit of Starke, are completing their '(:the regular fe, or a driver is tection.
1 and Circle 2 have hada riage will take place in the Cen I ,Air Force basic military training obliged to take
and Joanna Futch are in. new test, as required -
was he
I moving a good thing didn't know
Supper Program total of 25 members each attending tral Baptist Church ;)f Flint. I to their lovely new home on the who they were before the man sat I course at Lackland AFB, San by law. Constant Sen-ice Since 1891

For Sunday EveningThe i the general meeting, so thereis corner of Park and South streets down in his chair as he might )Antoni, Texas. I I ITheir I Judge Yawn states that those SENDFORJERRYH.
no leader so far in the attendance Shirley Fowler Weds this basic training is
week and the Jesse have been sp nervous he might prepar-. wish may mail their last
Methodist Youth Fellowship contest. Vernon Underhill Smiths ae building a new home have given the chap a crew cut I ing them for entrance in Air i I year's license together with the ,

1.4 planning a special supper and After the program Mrs. Stern out on the new Blanding hiway by mistake and talking about Force technical training and for I fee $1 for operator $2 for II ; C.

program meeting Sunday eveningin assisted by Miss Stern, served re Mr. and Mrs. L. L? Fowler of Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Hobby celebrities, hear that Vernon Underhill I assignment in specialized work. chauffeur -- and a stamped self- ; WALLAGENCY
the recreation hall with supper freshments. of St Petersburg have married I addressed envelope and i
Eylvester, Ga., announce the moved to the South Georgia the new I
being served at 6:30 for the young marriage of their daughter, Shir Starke and at present are living ,Tobacco Queen, Shirley Fowler, Pvt. Edwin Conway, son of E. license will be mailed to them. i

people and the program will be- Young Married Class ley, to Vernon Underhill, son of at Ruby Johns they'll run the ,on Aug. 20 the former Miss F. Conway of Starke, has completed '! Phone 146
gin at 7 o'clock. for members and Mr. and Mis. Paul Underhill of B & G (Broadway & Gaines) I Fowler was crowned tobacco queenon L I an eight-week cooking YOU'LL LOVE the ne* Eater

their parents. Held Covered Dish Jacksonville, former Starke resi Truck Stop restaurant when it June 15th.Airman I course at Fort Benning's ThirdIArmy I brook purse-size fount am pens U> :j jI 208 E. Call Street

During the program the young Supper Last WeekThe dents. Mr. and Mrs. Underhill were opens soon Mr. and Mrs. J. 3-c Sonny Tenly arrives I' Food Service School. pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad I'. Starke
people who have attended MYF married Aug. 20 in Tifton, Ga. B. Crawford are occupying the home from Lackland AFB, San -

camp in Leesburg this summer Young Married Woman's Mr. and Mrs. Underhill are visiting Vining cottage Mr. and Mrs. Antonio, Texas on Friday and Two Starke women recently en FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I

will tell their activities.All Sunday School Class of the First his parents in Jacksonvillethis Joe Lazenby have rented the hear that Robert Taylor of Kings- listed in the U. S. Marine Corpsfor --- A

members are urged to attend i Baptist church- held their monthly Powder Box house, cor. of N. ley lake left last week for his three years. They are: Marion

this interesting program and meeting last Thursday, Aug. week and on Sunday they I Thompsn St. and Jackson St. freshman year at the University of I|IE. Henderson, 18, niece of Mrs I INKIER!
preceeding supper. 19. A covered-dish supper was en will return to the Turner Air hear that Virginia (Mrs. Jack) I Wyoming Laramie, Wyo. j, Johns and Rita R. Miller SERVICE

joyed by the members of the class Force Base in Albany, Ga. where Dempsey; and children plan to Hear that Marian Henderson i i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- I

Mrs. J. T. Quigley and their husbands at the homeof Mr. Underhill is an Airman 3-c. move to Gainesville Sept. 7 where enjoying the Marine Corps an dter[ R. Miller, all of Starke. They !
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering. they bought a home and Virginiawill would like to hear from friendsat !'are now undergoing recruit training &/lnhf.

Honored At PartyMr. Those attending the supper were Birth attend the U. of F. this fall the following address: Pvt. ,! at Parris Island S. C. I uf..

Earnest and Shirley Brooks, Recent : and Mr. and Mrs. J E. Groover Marian Henderson-706939 Pat. 12- I I Pvt. Henderson attended Bradford -

and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Jimmy and Marion McRae, Bobbie Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkinsof of Live Oak have rented the A, Bks. 903 Women's Rec. T Bat,, j I| High School and Jasper High s .

were dinner guests of Mr. and and Gertie McRae, Don and the birth Newcomb house at 218 Orange :Marine Corps Rec. Depot, Farrw i School.i l. Pvt. Miller attended Roi-k- RADIOAND

Mrs. Wilbur Scott at their home Minnie Lou Patray, Alma Out Jacksonville announce St. -bir. Groover is the ne I Island, S. C. Hear that DoyleConner ,land High School in Rockland
820 N. W. 24th of Paula Marie, on I
Street Gaines law, Joan Epps, and Bill and a daughter Coca-Cola plant manager now is due in San Francisco; Mass. She has a Marine brother '
ville, Monday evening, the occasion Betty Bird of Camp Blanding. Tuesday, Aug. 10. in Riverside if that isn't a lot of moving around,' Calif. on Sept. 8 to attend a !!Major Miller who is stationed av'Quamtico

being in honor of Mrs. Quig- Hospital. Before her marriage Mrs. in a week's time, I don't know I Council of State Governments : Va. TELEVISIONSales

ley's birthday anniversary. Other Games were played after supper. Dawkins was Miss Catherine Noll- what is, just hope I got everybody Part of his duty as a member of I

guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer in the right house. I!the Interstate Cooperation Committee rl '4
Johns and son, Larry Alan. Beta Phi man of Starke. Dry 'Dog DayslISets
Sigma Hear that Janice Dansby is of the Florida Legislature 1_

After a delightful supper servedat Honors HusbandsMembers attending the Jones Business Kitten hasn't decided yet I i and Service
the tables on the lovely lathe school in Jax see Jo Ella HardY whether she'll go along or not Record,
S ,I I "'' .,. ...
group enjoyed a radio-tele- of the Bets Sigma Phi Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gabrys of is now managing Robert's Depends on whether he drives o I 4

lon broadcast by President Eisenhower Sorority held a social for their I Starke are the happy parents of,\Jewelry store '. glad to see s flies If he flies she won't .Says;: Residents 224 N, Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida

after which they attended Gertrude Hoffmeister back on the I Well, my frantic plea for rain ,
!ia bornAug.
the open house reception of the husbands last night (Thursday) daughter Karen Marie "( fountain at Duckys after being: |last week musta woiked And 1 i Jim Hornsby, who has been
First National Bank being held at 7:30: at the DowlIng Cottageon 25 in the Starke Maternity off for several months a new don't we all rejoice that the
;living in these parts since 1882
in its new home. Lake. Hospital steno has been added to the Bradford broke I
Kingsley drought before we did? i isn't sure that this has been the

-- ,-, ,-,-,--" --,, '- '>-.I--. ; Furniture Co staff Mary! So long See you in the next.Carolyn .1 driest summer we've ever had. :

;:.-- T-- iii -__. _.__ .11 _ "; =:i1FiiIT ____. -- .---'I I Alice Orosbv. Jackie Hobbs i i -- I but he is sure of one thing it's'' ROBBINS'I

i the driest "dog days" he's even ,
(I Charity Carnival i ji seens. He says this in spite of the''

I 0'r i Planned By Navy :i fact that what threatened to become '

=- 'At Green Cove :j[finally a broken disastrous last drought Friday was and :

'showers have been coming pretty FINAlflfllllflI
Plans are progressing for the
: since.
I :954! Navy Charity Carnival t I j
.IS UNLAWFULFor Dear Gpnt: ;1 l-e held at the U. S. Naval Stai -JI I Mr. Hornsby figures that dog ,
:days, begin on July 25 and lun '
Here I am again Perhaps I !'tton. Green Cove Springs. in

should not be so persistent, but I j j''October. 'through September 5. j ALL .
feel the need I A committe headed "This younger generation has
so greatly of the by CaptainG.
things that should be done at W. Leg\ven, USN, is forming j I tried to change everything. even | SUMMER
Crosby Lake Cemetery that I just 1 plans for solicitation of donationsf ,j the dates of dog days," he says. ; DRESSES E EBLOUSES

Any Person or Persons to Engage in cannot sit idly by and not say merchandise for prizes to be ;!' "But I still figure it "the way I I I

what I think. Even though it isne..er distributed; from the carnival was taught as a child. l
I booths. The committee I Mr. Hornsby's father, George ALL
done, I can at least feel ; plans on
that I, in my feeble way did all'I''calling on merchants of Jacksonas Hornsby, settled on, the south; 00 ,
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless side Lake when I
I could. I enjoyed reading your I vine well as Green Cove.Springs. I vest of Kingsley
recent editorial in the paper and Starke, Palatka. St. Augustineand ,,Jim was a boy of 12. He first ,_
I [heard about the tradition of dog
[also appreciated the letter signed surrounding towns. Values
This year's carnival will be t heidays j from Abraham Strickland 00
"A Subscriber" from Waynesville.1.IN.
The Is .
Registered of the earliest settlers on thhenorth e $1 TO
C., who seems to feel just as fourth held at the Green \ ,i! I
Springs Naval Station under t side of Kingsley.
do in regard to conditions at' I 14.95I
Crosby Cemetery.I auspices of Station civilian and I "I was at his place one July 25
naval personnel well aliand i it came up a good rain," Mr I
as as
.. must say I have been sadly personnel of the Florida Group.nay i!Hornsby recalls. "Mr. Stricklande ,:-i);.t f' :::-: :-__-": ': -_:;;", -=-:':" -. : _..''-;.

e disappointed in the interst that Net proceeds of $17,500 wen i!told me that it would rain every i iniday I

has been shown so far. I have not raised by the event last year. Fro: j for 40 days because it was Back To School SpecialDOYS

Read This Florida Law"It heard of one person interested to this fund substantial contributions ,raining on the first day of dog l lI
days. had never heard of suchI DUNGAREES
the extent of making an offer to have been made to Navy i)
Relief, Damon Runyon, CommuniIty 1. !'a thing and thought he was just
do anything in regard to solvingthe Chest and other approved char j poking with me, but I've watchedlit
shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined heria, to problem of getting the ceme- ties. I j since and I've never seen i it FRI. & SAT. 49

engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined tery cleaned and kept clean. I Planning this year's event, is fail." !

without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the realize that it is going to take I t committee headed by Captain ;(! And to prove his point he has j! O ONLY .

the where the lots of and labor but A. V. Wallis. USN. He will al Oj;'weather records that he painstakingly -
clerk of the circuit court of county principal place of businessis money a
I all
act as Carnival Chairman. kept during the years *
shall consist of with the clerk city the size of Starke and the | Sizes .j 16
with filing aforesaid affidavit
registration an Captain Wallis said that his 'that he was farming in the area

signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of surrounding country, who have committee intends to make thisyear's I i east of Starke.Commissioners. -' '''''' .
I loved ones there, can do it if they Carnival the most .:_::_ -. :=; : : :': ': : -=- _.. _. --=. -'" .--/
all those interested in the business enterprise the extent of the interest success- !
will. I do hope others will write full of carnivals. He added. PlanS "" '" _' ,.__ ...._.. '__ _.'_ '.
of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. F"C'.- '- ... _._ .',,, ,-_ __.._ _._ _. __ '.
goal of $25,000 has been set and
and give their views and
suggestions -
Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto if they have any to give,, (j I the considered that with a break in ;|New Purchasing Move i i BOY'S SHORT SLEEVE

engage in business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised his or as to how the the weather and the previous :For Greater Economy
we can get cemetery
whole hearted cooperation of>
fheir intention to register said fictitious n me at least once a week for four cleaned and kept clean.I i"All Hvids", in the Jacksonville. j' With greater efficiency; and I SHIRTS I

((4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county am just brimming o"erith ,St. Augustine, Palatka and Star] :ej!economy in county purchases as $400
where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be thoughts of what could and should I vicinity, that the goal would be j(the objective, the Board of County ,
'be done to the new addition of the reached. I Commissioners in a called meet- FRI. & SAT.
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court receiving proof of
except upon cemetery set shade trees palms, I This year's carnival will be conducted !!ing on Monday discussed the inof -
such publication. and shrubbery. Who will donate under the direction ;,stallation of new purchase-order ONLY *

even one tree? I will at least Captain W. D. Brown, USN, Commander system' according to Chas. A. Sizes 2.18 .

give four that I have grown, and Florida Group of thee Reserve !DarbY. clerk of the Circuit Court '." "".---j g'mQB H--' ...c. .-- ,,- .---- .. t
If in business under if Fleet, and W. L. stated that if this '.... '- ,,:, ,'
are engaged name anyone would like to give on Captain Darby system '--- -- -- ---
you any
c.r more and does not have themon Benson. US-;. Commanding Officer :is adop'ted by the Board, all purchases Men's S--h'o SleeveSHIRTS
--D'- 'R"'E' --T'S
hand there are so many beau of the Naval Station. I except for minor ones oSg"8p'hAN '!

tiful trees growing wild that can The Carnival is open to the I will be bought with a signed pur-
other than your own, and have not had this name be had just for the digging. Thereare public and will include entertainment chase I order after competitive I 1.25now 99c1.98now1.49

dogwood, redbud, and mag and amusement for all age !bidding has taken place.rs .
nolias in abundance and anyoneof I as well as conducted to u The Board will consider this
these I It"roups. the Moth-Ball Fleet. :'matter at the regular meet- 1.98 now 1.49 I
properly advertised and registered will be would add a spot of f again "*
we '
beauty. How proud we would be i ing in September. 2.45now 1.99 We Also Have I

then to show our many friends jStarke's Softball Lee & DickiesDUNGAREES

glad to give you all necessary Information t to we and tery.would visitors But as really out conditions: be beautiful ashamed are ceme now for, Team Plays TonightStarke's ;|!'A.Junius: H. Harley Smith Home Buys Nylons now 1.99 for BOYS

strangers: to see it. ,will play a Alvarez team from softball a State team :With $3,165 Bid We Also Have A Large Assortment of

Well, I have not given all of
what should do. (Road Camp near Gainesville to- bid for the J.-M. Smith CHILDREN'S
you my ideas of what I think shouldbe inight (Friday) at 7:30 p. m. at I' Highest DRESSES
the southwesttol
done but for fear that our residence, located at
the BHS S dium. Admission
I corner of the intersection of Madjison I- l
editor will not give me more the game is free. FOR BACK TO SCHOOL
and water Streets, $3,165 was1na.de
space in his wonderful paper, I
by A. H. Harley III, of Bradford I-1 SIZES 2 -14
.had best wait and what
see happens
I if there should be !
I wish to announce that I ama Board of County Commissioners Shop and Save AtPAG
I interested,
please go by and talk I
candidate for City Council. I this week. Lowest bid was $400.
I]the matter over with our editor.
stand for better and honest City 1 The home is to be moved fromits
II believe he will be glad to discuss
Government. and I will
appreciate present location to make way

> -. ------ ,. .-- ,.-- it with; :you. Thank you. your vote and support on Sept.> for the widening and paving of ROBBINS'
An Observer'14. Road I
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;:ss=_I s___sSSSrr SSr,s S Sn ss nssr Miss Priscilla Cox of Live Oakis
Pictures Show Effects Of At been filed against you in the
Spraying Rowell Lake
spending a few days with Miss Hyacinths Near-by II I I named Court and cause and
Erenda Jane Lewis. are required to serve a copy of
: ... ..;.. .. I answer or pleading to the
.. ,
1 I .' '. I '" '[ on the Plaintiffs
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly visited : : :; ; I Attorney T. Frank Landrum.
I '- Stark Floridai
. their brother-in-law, Marcus Con- i file the original In the office of
c.'cIN nero in St. Vincent's hospital Sat- i Clerk of the Circuit Court on
THE NEWSnsssrrsssrrrsssrrsrssrflssssrrsrr before the
urday evening.Mr. i i ;J7th day of September. l 'M
-- -- .. I >e the allegations of oi.d.omplaint
and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and. ,.%--.- --- IIIf 1 u.t''I' --I r- ; by you.will be taken as confe**.

Mr and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham and I''daughter, Pam, visited :Mr: and I This notice shall be published
and family returned home last family are spending two weeks atSt. Mrs. Don Ray Tilley in Jacks'in- eacn week for four' consecutive
I in the Bradford County Tele-
week from a six weeks vacation : Augustine Beach. I yule Sunday.Mr. hPal"

[ .in Yellowstone National Park, the j ... -" this :2i; day >-t AugiJ-t. I"' ,4
I (...SEAL Charles
) A. Darby
Grand Canyon and Arizona. I1rr. Rev. and :Mrs.: Clint Kimbrough, and Mrs. Ben Rowland t-ai Clerk of the Circuit Court
graduates of Stetson University, i i]ried their grandchildren. Sand i V\'''nn<' Man ell. IVpnu "it'k,
and :Mrs. Frank Harrell and I will attend Southwestern Theo and Mary Helen Marshall bark to > -'; 4' ;

children Frank Jr. and Ann, of''logical Seminary in Fort Worth. II their home in Apalachicola over :NOTICE TO .PPBAR

Florence, S. C. are visiting Mr. and Texas in September. They are in ,the weekend. The Marshall children Florida Circuit: In C.urt.Ch..Bradford crry. (-o..t,

:Mrs. F. B. Beard at Kingsley Lake. training to be musical missionariesin I have been visiting the Row- .- "). U Baker. Plaintiff \-. Kdi .i
,,' Defendant.
:Miss Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville a foreign field. Mrs. Kimbroughis lands l the past three weeks. Case No. 10-..:,;,
the of Mr. and .
spent Sunday with h/r grand- daughter Mrs.N. tie To AppearTo
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D. Wainwright Jr., of Edna Baker whose resident,
parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. formerly Elaine Strickland is spendingthis Rowell!) Lake formerly a favorite that he had made a good kill in Above is a efort" and after" shot of nearby Rowell Lake w IK! address is: fnknown.
Starke and Hollywood. :Mr.: Kimbrough week with her grandparents, fishing spot in Bradford County ': May and that the hyacinths would Starke c-ity limits. The first picture was taken when the You are hereby notified that ..1uit
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. \V. in Jack for
I Moyer !appears to be "on the map" once be at the bottom 01 the lake by ,.
Pierce K. Kimbrough of Brooks- sonville. : Fresh Water Fish Commission spraed the lake with 2-4-D in : I IMvoroe rare custody and .11-
vffle. I again for county sportsmen. The August. The second picture taken this neck, shows the results of '. trot of minor children

lake had been almost totally covered Local sportsmen are now look- spraying. Now nine-tenths of the lake is once more open "",.e been named filed Court against and you cause in and the
H. H. Adams and children
NEW Mrs. W. by hyacinths this spring, andit ing for the state's boat crews to'' are required to serve a copy "f
S. Edmondson .
and county's sportsmen.
returned home after
Thursday a .ur answer or pleading to the
was slowly being convertedinto ome into the lake and "mop up' I
daughter Helen of Miami were week's visit with Mrs. Adams' on the Plaintiff'sAttorn..y
par- a mucky cow pasture. around the edges where the plane Hon. Gerald R ll.irt.
weekend.visiting relatives in Starke last ents, Mr. and Mrs. :Moseley in Florida's Game and Fresh Wa- could not reach. Low water is also spraying operation is $3.75 toI i up around the edges, the 20. Florida! Smith Building. Jaek-.m-

THE PERFECT GIFT i Memphis, Tenn. ter Fish Commission sprayed the affecting the lake edges, and I an acre. I be completely covered file the original in the off" e

I FREE We have a few 8 oz. Fri- i. Mrs. Herb Thomas and daughter lake from the air in May this many dead hyacinths are now lying -I A group of local sportsmen collected -.short time. The state the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on

gidaire measuring glasses! left. Kathleen spent the weekendin yea*, and the results appear highly on the 'muck with no place to money for the project, but normally sends a boat I 27th day of September. 1!l5..

Come in and get yours while Palatka visiting Mrs. Thomas' satisfactory as the center of sink. most of it was spent in makingthe the lake to clean up the will the allegations be taken as of con said

they last. Smith's Garage.Mr. mother, Mrs. Irene Roberts. the lake is entirely free from hya- Rowell Lake has been sprayed I missed by the plane. e5l twice lake accessible to the public. I This notice shall be published
previously, but both attempts -
cinths. and graded the road to the lake, state turns the program I each week for four c 'nsecut ire
and Mrs. Jack DetweQer at- Mrs. %V. E. proved unsuccessful and in the Bradford County Tel
J Bradley ad grand- Dean Perra the state's flyer I and the sportsmen constructed a local sportsmen who must .
tended a state Jaycee meeting at daughter, Elaine Sykes, of Miamiare while were charged off as experiments.The Dated this 24 of 19.14OFFICIAL
who sprayed the hyacinths lake The County Commissioners cleaved the hyacinths in check day August.
Clearwater last weekend.Mr. visiting Mrs. Bradley's sister, was sprayed with 33 gal- : SEAL) Charles A. Paru>
.Mrs* J. B. Sapp for two weeks. flying from three to five feet 'lons of 2-4-D and 120 gallons of :cattle guard on it. I are gradually eliminated Yvonne Clerk Harrell.of the Deputy I Oircuit rietk Court

and Mrs. T. H. Slade took I above the lake's surface, predictedMrs. I fuel oil. The average cost of the I I If the hyacinths are not cleared period of seven or eight ) S 27 4t !I'17

their daughter Joanne, to Lees- IVe line The Neuest Thing In ,

burg Sunday to join their son, Paint Sets. Paint directly! on P M. Barefoot is getting I County, Florida .

REMINGTONTravel Tom who has been a counselor at cloth, i fcrarfs towels, napkins or along as well as can be expected Legislature Investigates Prison Reform S/27: r ;dn.nn11WADSWORTH:

the Methodist MYF camp. Tom glass. Xo brush needed, paint after stumbling down the post- i! oTICE TO APPEAR School
and Joanne drove on to Miami from Ball Point Tubes. See these last Thursday. IB Circuit Court Bradford

riter where they boarded a plane Mon- I at Bullington's Studio and Gift office steps In Step to Better Rehabilitate Criminals Jame Florida H.!.Bouth Chaarrrr.Plaintiff, v". :I I

day for a week's visit with Rev.I Shop. i Little Paul Paulk, of Pearson, I II th> It [tooth. Defendant. i 11;

ONLY and Mrs. John Stroud at Cienfue- Ga., is spending this week with : Notice Te A Case Xo. i I
gas Cuba. When Tom and Joanne Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. I To poiothv!>Bri H Hth i' "
his uncle I Florida's legislature who
is makinga 3) That the state I $ IIOfurotfy
place more 7ivsf
return Saturday they will bring d..n.t> and adrtin, ,-. ._' ('" I .. :1
and enjoying
son, Douglas are a
69.95 TAX Dave Paulk. serious study of Florida's prison emphasis on rehabilitation and :[,Mulligan. ] ::;;;:
:: weekend guests back with them vacation in Denver, Colo and ::_ go together
system, according to Rep. Doyle become more stringent with its'I':. You are hereby notified Kid"L I! II
from Cuba. other points of interest in the John Bize of Tal- suit forDtvure |
Mr. and :Mis. Conner, and I
a committee has been
of the r
The Ideal Gift For the Boyor West- of Hollis V. use pardon. He said that l" :
lahassee, were guests investigating the problem in orderto
Girl to College Mr. Florida presently had a high rate I I
Going Away and Mrs. Alton Roberts of Mr. Bizeis -
Knight on Wednesday. make recommendations to the of; repeaters among its former : .:_' :_:'; : .-::: I I'W
Also Useful in the Hastings visited Judge and Mrs. Misses Jean Mundy and Nancy connected with the State Road next session of the legislature.The I "

HomeBradford George A. Gardiner on Sunday.Mrs. I DuPre were guests Acting Gov. Dept. committee is made up of prisoners. i iTARKE "I

and Mrs. Charley E. Johns in the I Conner. ; Sen. Fletcher Morgan of 4) That the state develop an DJ.E'IC \ "II

A. J. Thomas Jr. and Mrs.T. Governor's Mansion in Tallahasseefrom Mrs. A. B. Prevatt, of Jack- Jacksonville: Rep. James Moody of industrial program and that it FL': ,",- I

CountyTELEGRAPH C. Hazen Jr. attended the Wednesday to Friday. sonville, spent a few days this Hillsborough County: and Sherman possibly take its prisoners off L_ ,. '
luncheon and fashion show at the \\'eekith her cousin, Mrs. J- Weiss, director of the legislative state roads and put them to workin ; :The Smart Watch :

George Washington Hotel in Jacksonville Miss Phyllis Langford of Frost- H. Fields. reference bureau. the state parks. Fri., Sat. Auff. 27 ti1 'Ubthe_, i GuaraafJ ;

o on Tuesday.ALVAREZ' I proof will be the house guest of The committee made an observation Conner feels that convicts working DOUBLE _. Ult6.ahL'e'P

Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan several TORNADO ZHM'ER BINDERS, trip to study prison methods on the road can mean bad ,
Men's !days next week. :5 rings, $1.50. Bradford County Tel- in Georgia. Illinois. Indiana, publicity for the state, especially ,:;I 2 BH; DAYS DuR:4: ..

I STORE Clothing [ egraph. and Michigan this summer. They if they are maximum security MAINSPRING _

Established 1S94 Mrs. C. L. Scholl.and daughters, especially studied Michisan's system prisoners. He also feels that much The Last I
Joan and Joyce, and Mrs. Ethel Williams was in of this work is I .
Mrs. C. D. noted as one of the best in worthless for rehabilitation -. With Hex Allen PrUct .f f ELGIN
:Lowell spent last week at Miami Clearwater, Friday to Tuesday, the nation. purpose, and that '! :

Beach. visiting Mrs. Charles Beckner.Mr. Conner said that Florida had one much of it could be accomplished \| -AND- Notional Watch C.. :

I I of the best prison systems in the with mechanized equipment.He I.1

TORNA1K ZIPPEK BINDKKS.'S and Mrs. 1... P. Dees, of[United States, but he felt that the said that by working pris- THE "' ", ,

: rings, $1.50. Bradford: County Tel- Raleigh, N. C., and Mrs Hayes committee might make the following oners in the state parks, the state ,'With Dean Martin and Jerry i .I

'("graph.I McCulley and daughter, Diane, recommendations: could help them to develop more Plus Serial "Gunfighters. .
of Washington, I). C., will be the 1)) That the state establish a skills, keep them out of tourists' )ixo. 8, and Color Cartoon I II I
I Sgt. and Mrs. Carl Edwards of Mr. and Mrs.L. ,
weekend guests of professional! diagnosis center sight, and yet accomplish something :
Savannah, Ga. spent the weekend D. Green. (where the newly convicted would very beneficial for the state. i i Sunday. Monday. I ,
: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards. I August 29, 30, 31 -Smart .
with |be under six weeks' pyschological He also recommended more trade 29!! II
:Mrs. R. J. Davis of Gainesville Miss Sue Duncan, of Gainesville -|and behavior study before being schools and industrial workshopsin 3 BIG DAYS

Machine was the overnight guest Sunday. spent several days the past permanently assigned. to an in- the prisons. I GUN
Operators ot Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. Miss Mar BELT
I week with her cousin stitution.,. Conner said he hoped to see I '

garet Rose Duncan. Conner said that this would more emphasis placed on the first I IN TECHNICOLOR
Rimbert Jr. arrived home With George
permit a more intelligent assign- offenders camp near Chattahoo- Montgomery
Experienced & Unexperienced Thursday after a month'sisit ment of inmates within the prison -!chee. He said the purpose of the Hunter 'j
with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Cros-
system, and it would !camp was to have a minimum security -
AGES 18 THRU 35 Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Trussell Jr., in pre- AND -
by Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Crosby vent persons that stand a good I I I prison in which the inmate
T Cincinnati, Ohio. .Jr. have had as guests the past hance of being rehabilitated from I were referred to as students and I EASY to .

Company! Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital I two weeks, :Mr. and Mrs. B. being assigned to live and work 'were taught a trade. i With Esther I I
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell spent Walters and family} of Glen Dale \ I' Williams, Van 'I'I'
Paid Vacations with hardened criminals. I CODT-M.sterl 1
Insurance and Others 'I'
last week at a cottage in the N. Y., Mrs. Sam Bleasdale and son and Tony !\ .,IdI'Gf' lIIeA 01"Iogn 51995
2)) That schools be established !
mountains of N. C. En- I TECHNICOLOR
Saluda children, of Trenton, N. J., Mrs.
> APPLY AT OUR OFFICE ,for inmates who wish to attend FICTITIOrs .NMKNotice I
I route to Saluda they were joinedby Calif.. Plus Color Cartoon for Window and
Elmer Jones qf Compton is See Display
hereby given that the :
10th & CHURCH STREETS them. Conner said that a full time I
:Mrs. Powell's sisters :Misses (AIR CONDITIONFJJ:
t Mr. and Mrs. Richberg Hardy and undersigned under the provisions of
school in would allow I '- I be convinced Quality has no
prison an Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida. i
Louise and Etta in Columbia
Fripp Mrs. Odell Jaquess and son. Ter- I II
inmate to rise above his previous Acts of 1941 will register with the I Wed., Thurs. I Substitute
BIG DAD Manufacturing I S. C. They all made a trip to ry, of Pompano Beach, and Miss educational level. I Clerk of the Circuit Court in and -- Sept.
Mt. Mitchell while there. Louise Crosby of Jacksonville. for Bradford County, State of Florida i DOUBLE
He said that a prisoner who I|' upon receipt of proof of publication -; FEA I

Stark, Fla II Jimmy Lawson spent the weekend Mrs. Y. A. Harris, of Gaines-II entered the system with a third \name of of this Bottom notice,Dollar the Company fictitious; j SHOOT ED SIMPSON'

relatives in Savannah. grade education, but who emerged not Inc-) under whirh we are enpaged I I
----- visiting few this week
ville, spent a days
'_ in '. Joel
: Imbues MrCrea
----- with a high school education at 147 rail! j and \
,. Ga. with her daughters. Mrs. G. J. St.. Starke. Fla. GEM JEWELRY\ .
: -1 .-. '. _-. EI '. I MGriff Sr. and Mrs. Lex Green I would not be likely to seek out old That the parties interested in said KeyesAND
p -- -- -- < -- -- business
Mi and Mrs. C E. Hernwall and and families. ,friends and old pursuits but would j I Harry Kowitz.are: !901 West Bay St I,
have self and work- '' "The House of FineDiamonds"
iaushter, Marilyn, returned home more respect 'Jacksonville. Fla ; Irvine Kowitz.

Tuesday after an eight-day trip Mrs. D. E. Knight and Hollis ing potential. j jfTTTTTTVVTTTTTTTTTVTTTVT1 'jlinj Joseph: Vest Kownz.Bay St.::11'1 Jark-n\ilK West Kav Fl.i St t. Terror On A

|tr Washington.e D. C. and the V. Knight had as guests Thurs- !Jacks.inMlIe, FlaPated With Glenn Ford & Anne

,I Shenandoah Valley. day of last week, Mrs. Charles E. A.().. KCi4 this, :20th at Si.uke day ,of ll.uif.i AupuM<]. I Plus Color Cartoon for t Starke's Leading Jeweler
Knight and her sister. Miss Janette i

Dedicated To Community Service I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale were in McCann of Mclntosh. Mrs. Charles I BIG DAD ii i ..LA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIr

")Iovtee Are Better Than E\' r" I Jacksonville on business Tuesday.Mrs. Knight had just returned from ; .

Germany where she spent the

you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Gene Frogge (June Patel) past two years with her husband. I Happenings !

lit ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS 01 Jacksonville is spending this Charles E. Knight who is sta- I
week with her father, Van Patel. TH PROOF'S IN THE PICTURE
I Mr. and Mrs. Frogge are moving tioned with the U. S. Army at t By Clair LazenbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Sat., Aug. 28 ONLY Wed Thurs. Sept 1 :2 \ito, Cocoa next week where Mr. Ausborg Germany. When on leave

\ DOUBLE FEATURE -I i Frogge is being transferred with they spent a few days in Paris. I I
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. O'Brien and
the Wilson Co.T)1tNADO ,II
France, also traveled in Switzer-
: son, Parick of Baldwin Park.
I land. Italy and the Isle of Capri.
California have returned home
II :I ring$1.50.. Bradford CountyTeVt Charles is a former resident of after a few days visit with Mr #*

I raph. Starke and graduate of BHS and I 'and }Irs. W. C. Kappauf.
I ? t' 'a
A M.Oa.1C II I I the U. of F. Mrs. Knight is visit- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Conner of *
Mrs.' E. S. Matthews who was I I mg her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and
the several Mrs. K. D. Conner of Raiford
spent past weeks with McCann at McIntosh at present.Mr. .
PlusViId Life artuon :her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. I The Sink and Kappauf famihe $

AND and Mrs H B. McLendon in Or- and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and I ;spent Sunday at Santa Fe Lake
''lando.' returned home last Satur- Mary Stone accompanied by her
family are spending coming
DUFFYOF I day.. She was accompanied hereby week at the A. Z. Adkins summer mother visited her grandmotherin.

I Mrs. McLendon, who remained home at Kingsley Lake. The W. Ocala Saturday.

SAN QUINTAN Friday. September :i ONLY I II until Tuesday. Mrs. IcLendon was B. SeweHs spent the past week Emaline Dobbs attended Church )
accompanied back to Orlando by dinner at Swift Creek b'S
and a big
I II out there.Mr.
lla>\\ood and Drew I DOUBLE FEATURE .
her niece, Mary Agnes Matthews I .
Plus "Budget Fudget" Cartoon &: I
Chapter No. 5 Serial I I I i: for a short visit. and Mrs. J. L. Wright and and Mrs. N. D. Thomas Before Home of Mr. and Mrs Miles Sheppard. cor. Nona
1I I 1- q ___ daughter, Beverly have returned were the Sunday guests of Mr St. and Route 100. This is one of the homes
DRLYIX J. HOUPT : \. j i ,2nd Lt. Patrick McGriff and I to their home in Bradenton after and Mrs. A. C. Tetstone of Starke. i Awnings that Benton & Cumber have many
2nd Lt. Mathew Cafesio Brook- equipped with their Awnings
: 1 I of spending a week's vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dukes and
Sun.. Mon Tues. ,yn. N. Y., both stationed at Made-to-Order Aluminum Awnings.
i Mrs. Wright's parents Mr. and children and Miss Mamie Henry j
August 29 30. 31 ffTHE CISCO KID I I Graham AFB, Marianna spent Mrs. Corley Johns. They also visited enjoyed a peanut boiling at :Mrs: |

3 BIG DAYS 3 I'.i I'{ the. J.weekend McGnff with Sr. Mr. and Mrs.G. :Mrs. Wright's sister Mrs. Joe Starling last Friday night. Beautify Your Home And Enjoy The
Gerald. Ed-
jheVaIiohtI4o1iibre : Dorothy Lee 'Smith and family of Mrs. Ralph Taylor.
( '
Jssper. ward. Bobbie and Allen Taylor 0
Mr and Mrs. O. G. Strayhon COOL IN SUMMER
visited in Jacksonville Sunday.
':'of Wildwood, and Mrs. E. M.
., I Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Henley Colonial and Bell Johns are visiting i
I Duncan) ReNO;: Leo Car. ''o Hazen, of Brooker were recent I PROTECTION FROM SUN I
i11L .w BUSO> isP -> I and children, Shelia and David, their grandparents of Mac- AND RAIN II
I _.... } dinner guests of Mr. and :Mrs. I
OncW< & ''' have returned to their home in denny.
\t: '" LwL.'l'ufl' .i'1-I : I I IV. V. Hazen. St. Louis. Mo. after visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Truett Tillman of AND MANY OTHER COMFORTS I
I 1 IS '4.\ ....- -" ..i: I| Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hartmann parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Red- Lake City were visiting Mr. and

I I spent the weekend in Brandon dish of Lawtey and other relativesin Mrs. Edgar Dukes recently. OF

u AND II I visiting friends.Mr. South Florida. including a sis I Mr. and Mrs. A. M Thomas of

I ter. Mrs. R. B. Secrest and familyof Palmetto were weekend guests of .
THE and Mrs. LO.. Hazen and Hollandale.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dukes.

NEVER SLEEPS Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hazen. of Cen-I Mary Lou Norman and daughterare a1uminum awningsi !

_! ter Hill will return this week after and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Sr. I visiting with her mother, Mrs.

Plut "One Meat Ball" Cartoon and a ten day vacation in Portsmouth have moved from the State Farmto I Carlos Rosier for a few days. I
., Va. and New York their home in Hall Lake. :Mr. I'
'4\, Si Gib Young and Mala Powers I Ester Starling and daughters. '
Chasteen is now working for Clay
Chapter No. 6 Serial Clara and Mary Starling. were visiting i.Y !
CINEMASCOPERICHARD Mrs. W. H. Nollman was the Blectric in Keystone. I in Jacksonville Saturday. BENTON GUMBER
dinner guest of Mrs. D. E. Knightlast
I Mrs. W. B. Parks left Thursdayfor I Well, we have another proud
..... Cdming Soon Saturday. Mrs. Nollman who YOUR CHOICE OF COLORS
!jis spending several weeks at her several weeks \isi.tith her father at The Big Dad none !

Plus Latest<< News and Special The River of Return ![summer home in Asheville, N. C_ son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and'I thanour Plant Manager, Cliff Sut- t Box 54 1-2, Route 2, Starke Florida
News no j was home for a few days on busi- Mrs. Dameron Black Jr. in Atlanta. -I tIe Congratulations Cliff for a tt t i,

-" -.-. ness. fine boy weighing in at 9 lbs. ,
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HINTS TOHOUSEWIVES yy ment. We trust that she will day night of last week honoringher n rYTTVTTTTTVVHIGHLAND Frank Youngston, and little ,
soon be home again. husband's sister, Miss They belong to our church. 'loffended is harder to be won than \
of Jacksonville, I I
rmnLAVTEY% Mrs. Mattie Miley of Jackson- Green, of Madison who spent two spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dinkins, a strong city Proteins 18:19. \
I !
ville spent from Tuesday to Sat- !Iweeks with her brother and his the Marr family. visiting the Lacey Normans Sun-

FOOD FOR ELDERLY urday of last week with her(family here. At the close of an Several from here attended the day p. m. I !

by L. II. FutchtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. rr.other.rs.. A. H. Harley Sr. I evening of games and fun the I By Mrs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA revivals Saturday at Lawtey and enn T./+n of Jacksonville, were FILL DIRT
How to have an adequate diet Long Branch. Hazef Griffis is test
Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Cumbee Jr. -hostess served sandwiches, cookies taking a
en a modest income is one of the of Newberry moved to Lawtey I and punch to her guests. The Homer Smiths attended in Jacksonville by Dr. Boyd. i: GOOD RICH 'I
problems of many elderly people Mrs. T. L. Gilchrist of Brunswick Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Normanand Church a.t *
Thursday of last week. They were :About thirty of the young lady's i Lcnjj Hrs!" inriclay. Happy Birthday to Mrs. Nellie
today, according to Rosalind Lif- Ga., spent Monday and accompanied by his father, C. F. I newly made friends and acquaintances -, sons, Carl and John, were in I Shirley Smith spent Sunday at I
quist, home economist of the U. S. Tuesday of last week with her j Lawtey with Geneva Bud Wilkinson for her anniversary TOP SOILSee
Cumbee Sr., and his sister, Eliz- I were present to enjoy the Jacksonville Saturday p. m. and,, Green.
sisters, Mrs. Wells and :Mrs. Har- 22 and to Mrs. Hattie
Department of Agriculture. A abeth, of Gainesville who assistedin occasion and to invite her back their daughter, Evelyn, The Oscar Vansants, of Callahan -I on August
accompa- '"lv. and Mrs. Irene Padg"-tt. I 1
great many older people must economize 2.:
ley.Edward the work of moving. for another visit in the near fu were in our community Sun ;
closely because their sav- Massey went to Ocala nied them home to spend the week- who were all born in August.E. .
The L. H. Futches were at- ture. : '
last week in the employ of the end. day. BILL JACKSON
ings or other funds for their retired tending to business in Gainesville P. H. Day of Jacksonville is C. Harvey and Cecil
Seaboard. He expects to return Janette Griffis, of Jacksonville,! Mrs. Pauline Hamilton, and sister
are limited. School Jackson
years attended Sunday meetingat Transfer
Friday afternoon of last week. spending this week with his ; Compan:
the last of this week. the weekend home with her' ,
home spent Mary Sapp and children,
The type of diet recommendedfor Mrs. Morton of Daytona spenta daughter, Mrs. Hubert Priest, and are Maxnlle Baptist Church on I
mother, Callie Griffis, and brother,i Phone 165
Mrs. T. L. Wainwright, accompanied -
spending two
weeks South ,
oldsters in ;Thursday m.
tan be expensive unless recent weekend with her mother family. p.
Mr. and Mrs. Doc Leslie. I I
carefully planned. It emphasizes by Mrs. R. W. Mosley Jr. and Florida with friends and relatives. Thought for the week: A brother I
Wainwright and daughters of here.Mr. Edwin Griffis, or rort Bragg,I
foods which "rate" for pro and :Mrs. H. E. Priest and!I children returned last week froma
tein, minerals and vitamins, rather Jacksonville, spent Sunday in children, Lorraine and Lamar, returned visit"with her parents in Orlando. N. C. spent a few days here with i
Melbourne with %Mr\ and :Mrs. friends and relatives. / Want To Serve
than the energy foods which on Wednesday of last week
James Wainwright and the new Mr. and Mrs. Burton Corithers, i
often are cheaper but are needed from a visit with her ister and
grandbaby twins. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
less as people become less active I family in Alabama. They were also SKIN of
Friends of Minnie Lee Griffis I RELIEVE .... : YOU on YOUR
physically. The protein foods guests of relatives in Lake City HOW TO IT.
milk, meat, fish, poultry and will be interested to know that Sunday afternoon. 1 I
she is back in Hope Haven Hos- Miss last IN 15 MINUTES
eggs so important for adequatediets Joy Starling spent MONUMENTSLOWEST
may take a large share of pital for observation and treat- wet'kdth relatives in Jackson- If Bet pl.jutd, TOUT 40e back from CITY COUNCIL
ur 4nifUt. ITCH-ME-NOT diad.nt I
the food dollar. The leafy, green ville.'Mrs.. Itch and burning Ia minute j kill j
expensive source of calcium. On a I ttrau and fungus on contact. Wonder I PRICES I Ii
and yellow vegetables, tomatoes tight budget, evaporated milk or. Effie Miner spent the I I ful for eczema, ringworm loot itch and 3rW
and fruits 'recommended also other surface rathe Today at i FINEST QUALITYI I Administration
may non-fat milk may be used especially weekend with her son, Howard Graduate of Unhersitj Florida, Business
run up food costs unless purchased for cooking. Miner, and family in Westconnett !I MllUlLLL's DRUG STORE i No Extra Charge .
wisely. her home on'' Starke BusinessmanChairman
Meat poses the biggest prob- They accompanied i For Setting In Or Near
However, Miss Lifquist says, lem, yet there is a wide variation Sunday. j ALL TYPES OF i of Bradford County Chapter Amer. Red Cross "#
there are ways to keep costs in price. Often the leanest Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds j! I STARKEWrite ,

down considerably and still have cuts are the least expensive and and children of Jacksonville were PEST CONTROL Chairman of Bradford County !>Association..

e good diet. Some foods cost may be made tender by chopping, weekend guests of her parents,

several times as much as others of long slow cooking, or other meth- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley Sr. TERMITESHousehold i ;' MEMBER OF

similar nutritive value and use ods. Fish, a good alternate, is Miss Arthurine Blanchard and Commercial .Jt : I ..k4- u"First

in the diet. Carrots, some of the cheap in many urban centers. .Mrs. Nell Housley of Jacksonville GROVE SPRAYINGCall Baptist Church

leafy greens, and many canned Poultry is a very good buy this were Sunday guests of the for estimate American Legion *
vegetables are relatively low in season. A. M. Blanchards. :Miss Blanchardis For Free Folder

price. For the past few years Older people generally need and spending this week with her Florida Pest Control I Forty & Eight
citrus has been an economical prefer smaller quantities of food father and her brother while her i Masonic Lodge No. 35 .

buy for vitamin 0. Milk, a very than younger people. Thus, it sister Miss Enza, is vacationingwith & Chemical Co. 10 ESTABLISHED 1930 Starke Rotary Club S

important food in the diet of older ..pays to avoid waste by not buying friends in Appamattox, Va. 2220 11.{,,'. 6th St. Ph. 6035 I 715 FOREST ST. JERRY GAY
people, is often considered too.[ or preparing too much of any Mrs. Preston Green entertainedwith I. Gainesville Fla. I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA (Pd. Pet. Adr.)

expensive, but actually is an in- I one food. a going-away party Thurs- !

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT whose address Is Starke, Florida claiming: any right title lien in- above
or described
nd lands as a fee
to file the order of Publication and Noticebe
original of
SOIL CONSERVATION your an- terest in or to the following described simple title; and are required
wer or pleading in the office of r you forthwith published once each
LONG BRANCHby the undersigned Clerk of Circuit: property situate in Bradford to appear and serve a copy of your week for four suc sslve weeks in
Report Court on September :20.! 1954 other. County Florida, to-wit: answer or pleading on Plaintiff (Bradford County Telegraph a duly
N-E.W-S wise the allegations of said com Lot 64 in Woodlawn in Section attorney- A. J. Thomas, Jr., whose !qualified newspaper published IB
plaint will be taken as confessed 10. Township 5 South. Range 22 address is Starke Florida, and to said County.
Mrs. J. L. Stricklandand ,; by you.IT East as same is platted in Public file the original of your answer or I
Bill Haas from' IS FURTHER ORDERED that Records of Bradford County. Flori- pleading in the office of the under : WITNESS my hand and official
By Jimmy Lang; this Order of Publication and Notice; da. signed Clerk of Circuit Court on I I!seal at Starke, Bradford County,

I be forthwith published- once each Lots 35. 36, 37 and 38, In Section Sept. 6, 1954; otherwise the al-: Florida this August 5, 1954.
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION fAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWe the Bradford for four consecutive weeks in 11, Township 5 South Range 22:! East: legations of said : (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
County complaint will
Telegraph a according to plat of Woodlawn Pub- be Clerk-
of Circuit Court of
duly Bradford
had our P. T. A. study course Congress .{ qualified newspaper published lic Records of Bradford County. taken as confessed by you.
County, Florida
SERVICE in said
L County. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that I 8.6 4t 82S|
Florida, except easement and ri ht-
Tuesday of last week of a mem- WITNESS my hand and official ? ,
seal of-way as described in Deed dated --
4da/ : at Starke. Bradford
bership of 20
had 14 members Florida. this August !O. 1954. February 8. 1927. and recorded In
Mrs. : (OFFICIAL Deed Book 42, Page 20 of the Pubic NOTICENotice
present. Francis SEAL
Soil maps have been receivedfor we are having. The grass is turn- Green Taylor from by BILLY MATTHEWS Clerk of Circuit) Charles Court A.of Darby Brad- Records:: of Bradford County

the farms of Howard Wait. ing green." He went on to say, Cove taught us and we all ford Count Florida. Florida. I Is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold

Doyle Hazen, T. H. Carey, Lonnie "I should have plenty of grass learned and enjoyed having her Since my last report to you the 8/20: 4t 9/10 Lots 55 and 56 lying East of at public auction on the 13th day of September, 1951 at City Hall. Law
I. !State Road No. 200 in Section 1:, tey, County of
teach us. We will I Bradford. State of Florida to pay the amount due for
Crawford, and J. W. Brownlee. this winter." on her Senate has passed H. R. 9962. The Clrealt Court Of The Eighth Township 5 South Range 22 East, taxes herein set opposite to the name, together with all costs of such .
These soils will be used to again to teach us another course. which would provide five Judicial Clrroit Of Florida, !. And' containing 19 acres- more or less. sale and advertising ,
maps a per I Fur Bradford Lots 53, 54. 59, 60 and N& of Lots
She informs we' CouBtyi '>
prepare a complete soil and water Floyd Crosby and J. R. Kelly us all did well in cent increase in pensions for 943- I a ('Chaucer. 57 and 58 in Woodlawn. and containing CITY OF LIWTEV VFT OF IIAILROin

conservation farm plan on their used the District's chopper to cut our studies, but feel we should 800 veterans and their depend- I Canal Timber Corporation ) 50 acres more or less i

down their old tobacco fields. Cut- have done better. We will learn ents. Plaintiff ) said property lying in Section 12, Dmrrlpfton On net Yr. Tixr* !
respective farms. This bill now to the ,
goes .1 vs. Township 5 South, Range 22 East- Lot 50 x 10e ft. West of Free
ting down the stalks is one way and be able to do better work in White House for the President's Florida Land and Immigration )) E'radford County Florida. except man Register Lot in Bile 4 Oeo. W. Roberts 1951 |24.SO

Robert W. to cut down on insect trouble.R. the future than we can do now. signature. 'ompany of Florida, ) ing therefrom the right-of-way of I 1952 SO.aO1S53 \
Murray, biologist for We et al., the Seaboard Air Line Ry., and road 10.50
the Florida Game ar.t Fresh Wa- are still hoping to have a Both the House and the Senate Defendants. ) rfght-of-way through said NW% of Lot 125 ft. x 200 ft In Lots 6 .:
R. Crosby whose farm is nice attendance at our meeting have I QUIET ) Lot 57 as described in Deed dated & 6 in Blk 4 Geo. W. Roberts 1951 2.19 I
ter Fish TITLE ETC.
Commission visited approved
the raising public ,
located in the Bayless highway Sept. 14 at the schoolhouse. ORDKR OF PI'ULICTIO'D: April 26. 1924 and recorded- in Deed 19S2 1.50 I
farms of Bradford Soil Conservation We debt limit from $275 billion toj I :OTICK TO Book 45 Page 29. Public Records of 1953 1.50 I
church APPEAR
section, used the District'srotocyde have asked Mr. Bradford Lot 75 ft. z 200 ft. in Lots 5
Long to be withus $281 billion. The Male OC Florida, County. Florida. & I
District Cooperators J. 1... I voted for this increase ToiI 6 :Mock 4
mower on his pastures. and speak: he has accepted the Lots I, 3, 3, 4, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17. J. E. Wall Jr. 1951 :2.15!
Orr John Dukes, Pat Miller, and invitation and I. in the debt limit because !I _. 18. 29, 30, 31, 32: S3. 34, 35. 36, 45. 1952 1.50
Container Corporation. The wildlife Complete soil and water conservation says he will be is seemed to me that without such The following named defendantswho 46 47. 48, 49, 50, 63, 64. in Woods of Block 25 1953 :2! 5'')
present if possible and do all he I are residents lawn, in Section 13,, Township 5 s Geo. F. YOURS Est 1919 %.20
action our would not the State of
plantings on all the farms farm plans were prepared. can to government South. Range 22 East. and contain- 1950 1 69
were living but the dry weather for Adolph Gay, Ed Coolberth, and I Mrs. help us. are also asking be able to meet its obligations. Last Florida: ing 250 acres more or less, except- 1951 1952 1.69 I.50

had tak< its toil. Mr. Orr says Pat Miller. Ed is going to use' Taylor to be with us again ,year I opposed the increase of $15 j Emma Pearce Hill, a widow, in- ing therefrom- road right-of-way 1953 1,50Alfonso
through Lots 63
and 64
that almost every time he goes cover crops such as hairy indigo, on this occasion. She may decided -!.billion in ,the public debt limit. dividually and as sole heir at law in Deed dated- October as described 15-, Comm.of at State a point St.20&ft Lake N of corner -

'down past his wildlife plantings Sesbania, and beggarweeds in his she has had enough of us The farm bill has been finally,of Louis H. Hill, deceased, whose 1953 and recorded in Deed Book 74, and on W side of State Ave.St.
and refuse. If she cannot be here residence and address Page 409. Public Records of Brad- & run N. 20 ft. W 70 ft N 29
he two of quail. crop rotation plan. Pat passed and signed by the Presi- is Lawtey, ford Florida.
sees a covey or plans to we will get I Florida County, ft. W 30 ft. S 60 ft. E SO ft.
Murray states that if this dry put most of his land in pasture someone else. We dent. Supports are fixed at 82.5 ; Lot Numbered 36 Woodlawn N 20 ft. B 70 ft. to point of
asked Mrs. Sara Geiger but she R. P. Jones whose residence Section 19 and E% of Lots 53 and beginning Griffis 1S3S
weather continues much longer grasses usin: Pensacola Bahia and had to 90 per cent of parity next yearon 60 Woodlawn Sectjon 15 all 23.50

quail feed will be short this win white and crimson clover. Adolphis already made other appoint- ....wheat corn cotton peanutsand and address is Fernandina Beach, in Township 5 South Range 22 East ClTOf' MWTEY JUST OF IUIUW.'D
ments and cannot be with us, but Florida; and containing 20-acres, more or
ter. using Pensocala Bahia for his all of members nee. This was the feature of R. R. Thede less according to a map of Wood- East 52 ft. Lot 7 S M. Brown 1951 %.H
you or nonmembers whose
the bill the most lawn recorded .
main pasture that caused argu- as in the public 1952 .50US3
grass. I come out and show a welcome and address is 2584 records of Bradford ,
Bill Reddish and Wade Gaskinsof ment. I voted for the price sup- I Park Street, County. Florida Lot 9 %.50
3Irs. Ilobt Crawford
have been to the two guests speakers. Jacksonville, Florida excepting therefrom road right- I 1156! U9
Heilbronn Springs ports at 90 per cent of parity. ; of-way through said E% of Lot 60 1951 U9

making hay. Bill is baling Pan- 'Dog Days' ComingBradford Come out, too, and see what has There are many other features of I II. as described- in Deed- dated- May 19, 195 U\O

and Indigo. Wade is been done for our school building George J. Arnold. Leroy Daniel 1924 recorded in Deed- Book 60, J N orth half 1953 1.50
Hairy of Lot
gola 15
this agricultural bill which I think Page 21. Public Records of Erad- Ed Deaifie14 1950 4.01
Pensacola Bahia. "This County is not goingto since last school I am curious, ArnolJ, Daniel T. Atwood, John S. ford County Florida.
will be helpful to our farm- U51 4.01
winter that hay will sure come in the dogs.The dogs bloodhounds aren't you? very Pennett, also Known as J. S. Bennett Lot 42, Woodlawn Section 17, 195 L0otlOO

handy". states Bill. He went on that is are coming to Mrs. Pringle, the president of'' ers.The President has signed the wife,; and Thomas Carrie, J. Burrin B. ,Bennett also knownas his 10 Township acres more 5 South.or less Range; Also,22 Lot East 48., L ft. x 31t tt. in Lot 17 DavLJ irciay II 3.50 2.50

to say, "I fed hay last winter and Bradford County. the Green Cove elementary school general Tax Revision bill which Thomas J. Burren; and his wife Woodlawn Section 18, Township I.ot 80 ft. x 147 It. la Lot 18 1952: 50
5 Lub
Jenette K. Burrin also known as South, Range 22 East, 10 acres fiOOB 1930 1.69
it carried the cows good." Sheriff P. D. Reddish announcedthis was with us when we were taking was nearly a thousand pages in Jennett 1-;. Burrin, J. W. Baker, 1 more or less. 1951 I 69

week that he is trying to our study course. We were more l whose last known address wasJo'raze'loburg Lots 54, 59 in Woodlawn In Section 1115 1.50
length. It is Public Law 591
now 17, 1953: 1 n
Township 5
Titus Olsen used the District's I locate a couple of good blood- than glad to have her with us. of the 83rd Congress and in about Edgar C. Long, Ohio.and George Walton S. Baxter.Ferguson 22 East containing 20-acres.South. Range moreor L[ot 80 ft x 21& ft ia Lot IS D7tha Florence 1952 1.0;

fertilizer distributor to put out hounds to assist in the pursuitand Come again ladies, you are always .ten days copies can be bought from Jr.. Co-partners doing business Woodlawn.less. [.ot 100 ft, x 137 ft la Lot 17 Lindsey Corp. U5 1951.50;:; 2.50

Ammonium Nitrate on his pas- capture of fugitives. The welcome. the Government Printing Office. G.under S. Baxter the firm and name Company and, ClarenceD. style of Lots 30, 31 Section 19, Township 5 E?i4 V" of of Lot N. 335 as fL In Lot II Joe c C. Spring 195:1: :250:

tures. Titus stopped me on the sheriff said that very often much The Ebenezer Training Unionare Washington, D. C., at $2.50 each, Blakeslee H. C. Bennett Jr., El- 5 South, Range 22 East nrttt US! : 2.50:2: 50Jl5:1 )
nara Pennett, J. N. Bostiek and his The East 520 feet of Northwest I]:.ot 100 ft. %oe ft.
and said their East of road
having study course. ,
street the other day valuable time is lost when officials '
I paper bound, and $3.50 each, cloth wife, :Mary 1. Bostick, also knownas Quarter of Xorthwest Quarter of jn Lot 3ii Arnett
"That Ammonium nitrate sure is have to get bloodhounds from it is taught by Mr. W. D. Jones. bound. \r. I. Bostuk, whose last knownaddress Northeast Quarter Section 21, ..ot 200 ft. x ZOO f. N. ef IoacJ 'l'Jaompkias U53 200

strong with just these little dews' another County. Miss Horn, our communitynurse The Atomic Energy Bill has was Berrlen County, Geor Township 5 South. Range 22 East in Lot 35 J. J. Smith 1951 5.SS
1 gia. Edward Crawshaw, also knownas containing 8-acres more or less, 195:!! 2,50
I called on us last Wednesday finally been agreed to by both I Kdmond Crawshaw, and wife excepting- therefrom road right-of- 195:1: :250:

afternoon, gave us some pointerson Houses and has been the Laura F. Crawshaw, whose last way described in Deed dated October Ul Lot 13 A I1Iable GreeD or
R. A. Carnes signed by i known address was St. Louis, Mo, 15.;; 1953 and recorded in Deed L. Anne flames Jt5:1: 11.00
YTYTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTPINE some of our P. T. A. work for President. The bill requires five I I Joseph Crawshaw, A. J. Campbell, Book 74 Page 409, Public Records of .. HO ft. Lot 4S James Roblnsoll 1I51! 1.69

To Move ShrubberyThe which we thank her very much. ]I :year compulsory sharing of privately -'Scott Strong and James Williams Bradford County. Florida. 195 1 5(1

She told us some ways we can I Trustree of the Methodist Episcopal Southwest Quarter of Southwest A l1l Lot U 1953 I 5(1
held atomic and
LEVELby patents Church North of Burrin Station and Quarter of Xorthwest Quarter Section James Robinson 1951 1.69
contract for the removal of help her work and by doing so I i i it provides for unqualified preference -I their successors in office as such, 26, Township 5 South Range' 195 1 5(1)

trees and shrubbery from therightscfways can help oprselves as no one else for and I N. I'. Cauthen Frances Drumm and 22 East. A.11 Lot 49 1953 1.50
cooperatives public j jigencies Harold FannIe
Drumm her husband whose Robinson 1951 169
Mrs. II. M. McRae1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. along Highway 100 help us. We will bring this : Southeast Quarter of Southeast
last known
14 14can in cases where the Atomic address- was Newark, Quarter of Northeast 1952 1.50

.1 has been awarded to R. A. Carnes, before our business meeting at our ]Energy!;: Commission may distribute,Ohio Lucy; A.Thomas Emerson Dixon J., 11.O. M.Earle E>ans Jr., Southeast Quarter of Northeast Quarter- ; E:ast half of Lot iDA J. E. Wall Jr. 1951 1953 5 1.50!Ii19i
Lake Geneva, for $976. All shrub- first' meeting, so again we urge I Lommercially, power in excess of I also known as John Ii. Earle Jr.. Quarter of Northeast Quarter; 450
We had a large attendance at |bcry, palm trees, and other trees all P. T. A. members to be presi I i ts own needs. I voted for the final -I.J. C. Edie also known as John C. Southeast Half of Quarter Northeast of Quarter Northeast- of 1853 :!.50

the Sunrise Service at Pine Level six inches or less in diameter will I Conference Report keepingin Edie and '''I James p..."-..,,..II.." nll.n.Foss, .individually.... ...n c.... Quarter; Section 27, Tewnship 51 (IT'I"srllun JoIO"! CITY OF I. \WTElUST OF 11.\11.110)
ent.Mrs. ---- -- -- '
YA .yyu."nu ""
30- South. Rane-e ?? Past
Church Sunday morning. We also be moved. Owners are requested Clifton Carter informedme mind this whole matter wouldbe /dicate and his wife, Lillian W. South Half of Northeast Quarter I All l.ot 10 and All Lot 11 J. T. Nicholson 1 II-,:: 20

had a large attendance at Sunday I to advise Carnes where they want last week that her married reviewed again next year so .whose Foss, also last known Known as addresses Lillian Foss were>, I of Southeast Quarter of Northeast |All Lot 12 l.izzie McCLure I l9: :. : 1.,0

School and Morning Service. I the shrubbery and trees located. daughter Geraldine, fell and frac- that we can correct any inequitiesthat i Cambridge, Mass., David Floyd, II. South Quarter., Range Section 22 East 27, Township 5 .. : h 910

:Mr. and :Mrs. A. F. Hall and tured the bones in one foot the have arisen. whose last known address was 5 acres, more or less. containing I
Winthrop Mass.V'. T.
children of Jacksonville spent the Saturday night before she was Graham. Southwest Quarter of Southeast 1- I
County Buys $4,000In Congress has approved and sent Und E S Crawford, Quarter of Northeast Quarter, -
weekend with the H. M. McRaes talking to me. We heard later I Executors under the Will of Levi N. tion 27, Township 5 South ,St'l"-
to President ,
the a bill to outlaw Norris Range
and the L. A. Crosby's. They were Savings Bonds that the foot is in "pretty bad''I the communist party. The bill |Isors., J. W. Gaskins and, John their- Alexander succes-- or 22 less.East, containing 10 acres, moie

evening dinner guests Saturday shape We hope she soon is able would remove the party's legal > Graham James L. Gate, Thomas Southwest Quarter of: Northwest MOVING

of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman of j W. B. Sewell, Saving Bond Com to walk again and does not suffer : I B. Hamby and Wife Emma M. Quarter of Northeast Quarter. Sec-
rights and privileges and impose Hamby, John I.. Harvey and Wife
the Heilbronn section. Other guestsof mittee Chairman, reports that too much. Well, this appeared in stiff penalties on members of com- Emma G. Har\'ry./Erastus G. Hill, 22 tion: East 27,, Township containing 5 10 South Range .-
acres more
the T. N. Norman's were Mr. Bradford County bought $4,200 the Starke paper last week but munitic action who did individually and as Trustee L. W. or less. LOCAL I Safe
groups Hag:?, W. E. Knight Alexander PHONE
and Mrs. Wesley McRae and boys worth of E and H Savings Bonds I we are going to repeat it! Mr. not register under the Subversive Kelley Samuel C. Lane. also knownas Quarter North one-Quarter of Northwest of Northwest_ OR
and during July and that the total for Robert Martin announce Sam'l C. Lane, J. B. McXaught Dependable
James Denny, Rudolph Sapp and Mrs. Activities Control Act. The bill IManche Section 35, Township 5 South LONG
the $61,386, is 38.2 cent Robert McXaught whose last Range 22 East ( S EconomIcalR. 311
and Lynn McRae. year per the birth of twin boys, also would abolish the govern- known address was Zanesville from the right-of-way excepting of there- IISTANCES
: than for the first seven Lee, at the Ohio, Thomas E. S.A.L. Ry.
Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas higher Earl and Randell ili-Xaught and Opal and the road
ment-guaranteed bargaining rightsof rights-of-way described
and children of Brooker were din- I months of last year. Average for Doctor's Clinic in Starke. We business labor organizations known:McXaught address his wife Norfolk whose last in Deed dated April 15. 1925, B. Alvarez OR
was Yir-
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. the state for the same period is very seldom can announce the found by the Subversive Activities I ginia, Donald, L. McKay J. D McLemore I recorded 4 7;. Public in Records Deed Book of 39 Bradford, Page Agents For TRANSFER AND 2S0-J

Lewis Sunday.Mr. I''up 17.4 per cent. birth of twins, therefore copy Control Board to be "communistinfiltrated" Emma ,Mitchell Yo1.., Montgomery Lazarus llohr, ,Mrs. County, Florida; in Deed- dated June Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO
in1 1,
1937 I
and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and' some old news! We know both of I voted with the overwhelming dividually and as Trustee, whose 42, Page, 68.recorded said Public in Deed Records Book _

son, Jo Allen. of Heilbronn Springswere j! TilE RIGHT POINT for the these young folks the parents majority of the House C last ounty known. Georgia.address Albert was E Chatham Miller- and in Deed- dated October 2.1: 193.1; I'

visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. M.I I\way you \\rite. Come In and select and know that Vina's mother for this measure. Wm. II. Martin Jr., George W. said recorded Public- in Records Deed Book) said 41.land Page 164 I STORAGEPerryman

McRae Saturday night. 11 < jour favorite ESTERBROOK Mrs. V A. Padgett (Yougan) is By the time you read this letter heirs Major. devisees Fred Milton, The unknown and being West of S.A.L. fly: track King I!

We are so thankful for the rain Fountain Ten. Only $2.37 at the mother of two sets of twins the 83rd Congress will have iroditors and other legatees claimants grantees by,, and or less.containing about g-acres, more

that fell Saturday and Sunday. :BRADFORD COUNTY TELE one set living at the present adjourned so this is my last report -I(N through orris. under- or against Levi- N. West Half of Southwest Quarter, I Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
time Seems to run in the family. deceased Samuel Parks. A. Section 16. Township 7 South. ': *
I GRAPH. Range
to you this year. I want to I J Powers. T. W. Pitts also know-n 22 East, --
Buddy Padgett moved his houseto las Thos. W Pitts, M. V. Raley. Elizabeth acres, more
thank all our who or less and lying and '
of last week. I. Reed, James A. Sherman, C
Highland Monday ; of Ftadford, State of Florida r
I ( have published my newslett rs. whose last known address was
That's Our Business Looks like his moving is a fairly I I iKeene. New EXCEPT title to an undivided T
On September 1 we shall open Hampshire, Frank A. three-fourths of all phosphate. ?
Gl S S easjob, he doesn't have to 'Stallard. Max Stern.- individually eralh- nun- and BOYS
go and metals and title T
If It's Glass We line It! our office in Gainesville in the Post and as trustee Mary Silva, Joseph- undivided one-half of all :.m
out house hunting just goes ii. Stukel, L. A. Shattonch, Augusta petroleum
Office Jack
Building. Bryan. .
that be < ,
VISIT may n ,
WRITE on or undei th.
4I or
'and finds a place to put the house ?>ummerton, Isaac D. Smith. G. E. above described land.
administrative assistant. will with the

I I he already has and moves! NO'1|'be my in charge of this office. We shall heirs Snyder devisees M Squires., legatees- The- unknown grantees r u to mine in the and Boardwf develop the stieserved pmilege t- E I I
(: Joe Peters Glass Co. down and creditors l'dll': .t: II"
I and
tearing packing up also keep our office open in Washington through under other claimants b\. of the State of Florida, and th'l i:
Inot many of the things anyway /1 I or against Ola The successors. E
to give you service deceased. The unknown heirs.
NEED Northwest Quarter of % -
FOR ANY GLASS !Just moves off! I devisees, ltrtl..t"Quart..r !
legatees, grantees, cred-
and I will have to spend"some and Northeast Quart ,,;
Wi Design Modern Store Fronts : Well we have sold several of : most i h ht ors and other claimants by, Xorthwest Quarter and Noith\M-t. t
time in Washington although .thiough, under or against J. E. Ter-
A Just Mail Us A Pattern for : these chickens we have been sayof: I Ir Y also known as Julia E. Quarter of Northwest Quarter hi; 'i ;
I I the fall and winter months you Terry and of _",ate Road Xo. 200. and I tiir \ :
i ing: we want to sell. but have IT. J. Terry her husband Ervin B. portion of Southeast ,,
Table Tops will find me in the District. I hope ''Whitney, whose last known Quartt i ; __

Phone 4353 quite a few left. Have been to get by your communities to see Somerville, Mass., John H.addresswas Wl Northwest Seaboard Airline Quarter lying \\t-t__ ',>._ E
1313 N.W 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. I Railway :-
i iI ingof going somewhere think-\\ and wife Rose Lewis Williams -
tion 12.:
Township 0 j South
ii you personally as soon as possible l l'.tiig'- LT
'. i ing to sell all to one I Ward., Harvey William L.R White.Whitehead James 1..1 I 22 road: : East: excepting- therefro-i- tli.I, .

'do that this week. If 'llti': 10 .\PPKUl known rights-of-way described in
I you folks as W. R Whitehead- and W. Deed dated April 26. 1924 ,, :
: ret "id 1 E
Ihr !Male Of Florida 'lu: S I. Overstreet. if alive. and the I
'\ant uni i Deed
Book I
chicken-fryers or hens-you in 45. Page 29. I'uhli.
Florida I and and Immigration know
spouse of each- of them. ifalh"e.
:. had better come on for will Comlianv' of Florida and it* un- and [Records of Bradford County Flu-
they of *
them '
any be
knounune>Mir>-, trustees. >ttn'kholdeis to the unknown "*nda.*%* and in Deed- dated May V; lf<24. ; Start the New School Term icith a
TELEVISION FIGHTS soon be gone, and this is no joke. and other claimant* l>>'. ,'i'e-es.- grantees legatees spouse, hei asi *'ed in Deed Book :S3, Page

Last Saturday Louie and Nettie rough or under it: creditors and other claimar. id Public Records.
Jsalwl% P. nitc'h.:10"1' lesidenoeand -
,: Carter came and got 12 fryers address is. Starke, Florida. Cornelia through.of under the above or against named each andevery iu Noitheast.l portion. Quarter of Northeast of Southwest Quarterof FOUNTAIN PENby

and 2 of these hens. Farrel Austin P Long whose residence and persons Quarter. Section 21,
address, is Starke, Lois P. who are deceased; to" the Chicago Township 5 I
1 MON., WED., FRI. NIGHTS E:; got one hen. well when folks,I't'rryman, whose residence Florida- and address {Florida Association, Chicago Title South.scribeb Range 22 East; also de- ,
a-- Lot 25 of
land Trust Woodlawn
Company, a*
A. Earstein
take a notion to buy chickens i" Starke. Florida. Slyra Dar- I
( same is
S ons. J. L. }aulk & platted in the current
ly Peek whose residence and address Company Pal-
3 RECREATION HALL E:! ; they usually buy all we have in j.. Starke Florida. S. L. Peek I''mer- Brothers Earstein and Leah- public records- of Bradford Count
man, Risser and Florida, said Section, Township and
I a short time. so the first Jr. whose residence and address isStai Stearns.- Mosher
here is
Brothers, M Range-; which lies South of State
ke. Florida. Frances P. Ward. Ferst & Company I
3 116 E. CALL STREET E i first served.'C htu .. residence and address is Lake I Lippman Brothers 1;. J. Acosta. Road Xo. 225. ,
: 1 pears are all gone they' ity. Florida Darbj Peek whoselesideme whose last known addresses was Lots 25. 39, 40, 47 of Woodlawn in
I I and address is Starke Savannah. Georgia Section 18, J6kt OOk
Woodlawn Township 5 South,
Syn- Range
I' .. '" .,.., I II" p 'didn't last long after some of the Florida; Julian U Peek. Jr. whoseresideme !Idicate, Atlantic Lumber Company, 22 East; containing. 40 acres, more J E

: 'folks decided they liked pears. I i and address is 1641 Camp- I[Bradford County Ink The Baptist or less. ,
tirlltun .
Koad S. W. Atlanta. 1.1-
AIR CONDITIONED ...- BEER AND I I Clarence Lang returned home gia. Louise P. Sajles whose resideme ;ilome.tion Company Florida Land of and Immigra-j I You and each of you are hereby
and .. Florida. Gross; J notified that a Bill of
I address Little Switzer Complaint
> from Tampa Sunday. D. B. Lane j land. North Carolina.i Il\a Peek and-I I Manufacturing ville Compajix. Jafkson- halt been filed in the Circuit Courtof I

SANDWICHES : came with him for a visit. D. B. i ii Wilson Peek. both of whose address II Grocery-Provision Company. McXery E'radford County. Florida, In Practical Pens R
j Company,
Raley-Hamby- Chancery,.by Canal
: i works at one of the packing' isi20.i : .! Ktmbark A\enue. Chicago. ;,Company and J. L. Harvey Realty I tion as plaintiff Timber Corpora- ,

,. ,.. ...,. .. ......... Illinois. August D. Juilliard, James Company and their and against you'
s '-"
4 I "l-'*''s s s" s s houses in Tampa. or near Tampa. j IM: I unknown suc- and t'a'h of'OU as defendants; that :
MrAugustus ,
C. Baldwin. -
| Ce.ssors. trustees stockholders and the nature I Ic.u
: Jack and Dumpie Wilkinson drew" Flone.s also known as An- |I other claimants J ly. '! of said suit i* to quiet I
: through or un- and confirm for All
the title
d of plaintiff.
Welcome/ r.\\ Flonus. E I.en'Jon... also : Writing
Everybody E t ner them and to all
4 : spent the weekend with their son. I I IIarion. known a. Krvin L. Jones, Emma .1 other persnnsTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTnr I'anal Timber (Corporation to 'the' ; 2

and I Hanim.mit, Julia K Jones Erwin .1 .
4 _. family at St. Mary. j Hammond. Florin L. Jones : . yyYYYWYwwwww. . . .. .. ..- ., _. '4j
Ga ]Florin H. Jones and Llleui Smith i i 4 I tint*T I ',.n...-, also c/
We had a nice shower here; known as Sleliw> n .
,.*mith Jones and aKn known 'as' '
Friday afternoon and it really .Jc J Lllellwxn- !Smith' Jones hi'l if.. E BUDGET 3 j

noleci the air off for us. We are'ei ']]Pierre[ A. Bernard and 11I.1IlI'h.1' \: .
i 'Bernard his' wife if all\ ... and theznknoHn I I ,, I / Choose the .
\ .V thankful for this and wish 'IJne sp0u-e .if .adl of them if '4 /
could line. and i if any of them he d". & E '4 I /
get more much moreJ
HUNDREDSof the unknown -pouhrns. d.| >. lOANS 4 E D rightpont!
than this for we really need it. tri, ''''<:-. grantees" legatees. a,.,.jgnt-t--. !i ireditors '4 p.p. 3

.l! water is very low and groundotv and other .-ilaimants\ \ '4 4 E for the
hrough. under or against ".Idl and my
details are managed and economic \ dn.. Our oranges will not k'vry of the above named 1"1 i-ons. I

ally attended that only a trained and make anything this year not 1\I ,'ho.. Im are,deceased a corporation. and Biophile and its i''ul.tin'' PAY DAY LOANS E ,fr you write.. .

careful organization can attend when enough moisture to produce juice ,.no\\n siii-i and esivors other, tru tlaimant-''...-. ,.1 tnkmldeis '.1\- '; 3 p.p. by number 3

n: them. We Wish we could change It I hrough or under il. and ail : 7JJ ,.
the urgent need for serving is at I 'er .tlur To s..c.! oir.plac. '
thibu it "nhaving 3
; is beyond our power jfM or tlaiiiiiiie anight \ J.
I title. lien :: v
hand.DeVVITT. or inteie in .r t.> i.r.sailysvdep.
do so Seems there are plenty tot he .. .."
following landsit : ..
iial 11 .. .... .
I:radfoid I ........
County. '
iolks out Fior'da
painting houses and to-w.t

C. JONESPhone i oofs Several have been here asking -"|I All Quarter West-hair of Northeast,.f Nortneist Quarter E25 TO $300P 4 p.Pt'p. ,I..

for work. well they do not : Except all that part c.f South ,-
7 Starke, Fla aires West-half of \\.rth--a pp. .$ .Pe5isshew.
do the work free by any Ouarter of Northeast ,
means'l j Quar'er p. 7pp. 'Mcafly
r---- ,
nflflan.Funeral besdes our roof does not I South and East of S"ahoard.r. '4 4p. r inI Line Railway right of way E rompt... Courteous ... p.
Director Ambulance ServiceOur arv weather' Why need we eptiAfl 31. Township Ii South ,. 3 : -. IN Icka1 sic.p. .
it ? I Han t' :2! fa't. .! .

local funeral home enables na to otter conveniences anA painted ,,lr 1n unified I cn and that..ach a of. KM you of are Complaint nerrM ,. Confidential Service 3 p.p. ,

available. In The Cirruil (oort Of Florida las been filed in the .
not otherwise riehfh Judicial Circuit. In And lo.f Bradford Circuit Court p.p. ,
County .
}'4F Brad'ord C..un T. In Chancrrr IC haneery, by CUde W Florida.CoNon ,n I MARION \ p. / -I7 '
-npflflsfls sstfltflrSJSfl5SSSSfltWe I icitdr( \\- l'ol"n and ) l t''le E. Col on. his ,,'jf... aHam and FINANCE COMPANY f p. -. ,-,. -
R.i. K Colson, Uis ) t iffs and against you and p..
furnish the highest type rervice at lowest prices and \Vf. ) y ou a. defendants! : hat the eaih of ,, : .4 I ",

ANT life Plaintiffs. ) o,f said! suit is to quiet and confirm natdrr I EMERGENCY CALL COLLECT < E Special Point .. No. 1551 .. For
accept Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY vv. )Quiet Title, tF.rida he title of plaintiff Ci>de W. Col- I PHONE 5333 Students

company, as payment In part or In full on a funeraLCounitatlon .' : I.a.ndnd Im- ) Etc. s
carrier no obligation. 'Florida'migration% et Company al. of )) fDef..ndants. t f'ee the simple above title: described, and you lands are as a i I .: write P. 0. Box 446, 218 W. Iniversit.he.. 3

) e:d to appear and r.-qUir- j I Bradford County
Gainesville Telegraph
-e.n'r=J-sstsa-J-t.1 S sss= rrSr I JSSSSSSSSSSSSflL d ) Y our answer and. plead'i-e-serve: a cuoy pji;t.f : Fla. 1 \
n. J
I OKDFIi OF I l HLIflTIONI t f- an .rn. j .\. J Tli n.aJr. .



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Lots "A"and "B" .
}Fernandez Alvarez Defendant. of Johns Addition to Starke 35, Original according Town to plat of recorded Starke. in Florida Plat Beginning at the Xortbeaf cornerof : Florida as sole heirs at law of J.W. a ditanc of one hundred seventy-

;: Case No. 10-63 Florida according to plat 're Book "N", page 759, public records Lot 1 of said thence Andrews deceased; (.nE seventy-seven hundredths
along the
/T Votiee To AppearTo corded in UM North line of
"L II.
page of| Bradford County. Florida at a said I (171.77) feet to an iron stake on the
: Piedad Fernandez Alvarez 629. Public a distance of 5 feet, run
of Bradford point 28.61 feet Northeasterly from Lt Florida Land and Immigration South line of aforementioned South
whose residence and address is: San ; County)' Jlorida. the Northeast corner of said Block less Southeasterly 7 feet more or Company of Florida and its unknown Half: run thence North S degreesand
to the East
of said Lot I
Antonio. Candas, Asturias, Spain. lying west within 30 feet
DIARY 25. run thence North 72 degrees. 38 successors, trustees stockholders 57 minutes West along said
at a 5 feet
You are hereby notified that a of the survey line of State Road point Southerly from
: West 417.53 and other
min.. 31re. f.tt. run the Point of Beginning. thence caimant by South line a distance of seven hun
.suit for 100. 8t.tion 2802 said survey line [th"nc.| North 72 degrees, 03 min.. Northerly along the run through or under it, Ra- dred thirty-nine and ninety-eight

... Divorce, custody, control and being described the Easterly as follows extension: Beginning of- .01 sec. West to the Northeasterly sid Lot 1 a distance East of 5 line feet of to beck, also known as Joseph T. f.-I!hundredth (73J.9S feet to point of

The author will glad to receive support of minor children on extension of theest line of Block the Point of Beginning. beck and -Josephine S. j beginning. EXCEPT portion
p.b'k. !
( b the South line of Block 35 of said any
has been filed against you in the 28 of said Original Town of Starke I wife whose last known thereof
items ''I Johns Addition at a point 18.94 feet Containing 10 square feet more or wasp lying within the right of J
: Ltent concern- ... above named Court and cause and Easterly from the Southeast corner Florida at a point 29.70 feet North less. Maitland, Florida Mary Jane Rising, I h way of any road or street. i

Ing; th activities of farmers In I you are required to serve a copy of of Iaid'1lock 35, run thence North easterly from 28 the Northwest corner 1 owned by: Eustis L. McKnight Mar D. Rising and O. M. Rising, 1htr i ALSO EXCEPTING the following |
your answer or pleading ta the complaint of said Block wife Arfin L. husband U. D. Miner, als >described
: Bradford 2 degrees. rain., 53 sec. West feet McKnight. $ parcel: j
Cut. Suggestions may on the Plaintffs Attorney I 256.5 fe"et to the Easterly extension Containing 248 square more Subject to: }Iortgalt held by T. H. I known as Uriah D. Miner, and Sarah -i For f fat
less, exclusive of street or road point of
left at T. Frank Starke. Florida or McNeill M. Miner his reference commence
and wife. W.
I b te Telegraph or Lndrum. of the South line of Block) 24 right of way. Tabitha McXeilLParrel Ger.trndl an iron stake at the intersection
of said Johns Addition at a point. I Van Pelt. W. N. Meacham. C. J. Hus-i|
: mailed Sam McGarvey Lawtey Is owned by: The unknown heirs, of the North line of
t and file the original in the office of Xo. band and Eliza Husband his
16.56 feet Easterly from the Southeast Kleht of Way wife. ,
devisees and grantees of Bill Car lt South ha1f $'
( ) of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on corner of said Block :24, antzas. deceased, Rose Ederle and A parcel land described a!: I H. C. Brown also known as C. H. ; Southeast quarter

By Sam McGareyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA or before the 13 day of September, Containing 0.036 acres, more or her husband R. A. Ederle. Beginning at the Northeastern corner -I Brown also known as Charles II. (*W34)(SEiof and Southwest quarter
1954; otherwise the allegations of ](less, exclusive of existing Street or I of COURT and MADISON Brown. J. :M. Rising. Anna L. Rising aforementioned Westerly

said Complaint will be taken as ,i Road right of way. Parcel 27 Right ,Streets in the Town of Stark Florida land Mary Rising Young. James ILDowling boundary of Temple Avenue
confessed I Js owned by E. Tucker S. .I\'a : as shown recorded in and run thence South se\-nteen (1' .
by you. | : Harry (A) That part of a parcel of land on plat also known as J. U, Dowl- degrees
This notice shall be published j land wife Annette L. Tucker. described a : !Plat Book "N" pare 759 Public Records ing. P. II. Hash ins, whose last and twenty-sis 2t'l minutes

A while back Frank and the signs point to the fact that they once each week for four consecu-i i Subject To: Mortgage of Gulf Life Beginning! at a point 40 feet of Pradford County, Florida.run known known address was Jackson-! ( West along said Westerly

toys reported that the newest calf 1.;are, as after each disappointingseason tive weeks in the Bradford. County Insurance Company. last of a point which is 105 ., thence Easterly along the North ville. Fla.. Edwin C. Touzalin, also dred boundary sixteen a and distance of three hun
line of Madison three tenths
1 (316
Street feet to -
4 known
Telegraph. South of Northwest corner I as Edwin C. Tanzalin and I
Rusty, had a tick on her ear but more growers turn to other Dated this 11 day of August, 1954. I Parcel \o. 13 Right of Way fett of SW'. of SEi-i, Section 28. 'point on a curve l'on'a't to the Gladys Touzalin. his wife whose last 3) feet to an iron stake; run thence

This I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I That part of: 6 South. Range 22 :Northeast having a radius of 33.5 known address was North eighty-nine S9) degrees and
we thought notng'of it ,crops But each year, somehow or I Clerk of the Circuit Court I| Lots C and D of Block 24 of Township East and run thence South 90 feet run thence Northwesterly Florida, Lawrence L. Jacksonvie.. ;]fifty-five (55) minutes \\ eat a dis

week tough they noticed that the .other, there are always trucks i By Marian I Crosby. Deputy Clerk 1 JOHNS Addition to Starke feet thence East 215 f.t thtI't.along said curve a distance of iknown as.L. L. Howard and Goldie !,|lance of one and eighty-eight hunjdredths -
4t 9/3 Florida, according to plat recorded North 90 feet thence 15 35.66 feet more or less to the East M. Howard (1.88) feet t>. j. m.<> nry
calf the his
screw-worms in ear lined with crates at the market. 8/1 629Public Wt"t wife. whose last i
up in Plat Book L Page line of Court Street constructed
I feet to the Point of Beginning at a point 30 known address j building for point of
was Miami. El Ray-1 I
and we had catch and treat S 5' I' Records of BradfordCounty feet from the of ''beginning.
point From
s t AUKIITISKMFATOn lying East of and within :30 feet of Northerly mond whose address is 2328 point of beginning

her. We did but not before about Monday, August 9, I Florida the survey line of State Road 100 beginning run thence Southerly Carson Su"t., Detroit 9, thus described run North sev
or Marie
Fan Just ask lots of folks around flyingVest of and within 30 fee of Section 2802, said survey line being along the East line of Court Street enty-two (72) degrees and thirty-
drawings and specifications Sauce whose last known
1954. address
and Sam got some skinned knuck- '''here how they like Brahman cattle for the construction of Bradford I Section the survey 2802 line saW. of survey State line being1described 100 described as follows: Beginning on 30 beginning feet more or less to the point of 7430 Ternes. Dearborn. Michigan was, if I three tH3) minutes West along the

les. sure would nice to have and the chances County Hospital at Starke. Florida follows the Southeasterly extension of the alive, and the unknown Northerly edge of wall i.f said bliid-
I b are they will I as : South of Ix>t "n"of Block 24 I Containing 170 square feet more spouse of1 I inn a distance of
a chute to work to save enthusiastic will be available for distribution to Beginning on Ea crly extension of 'of lnt Addition to the City ofStarkto or less. each vf them. if aland if any of forty-one twenty-three. and
\it tie not b about them as I general contractors by Coin and :the South line of Lot D, of Block J Florida according to plat Is owned by: E. K. Perryman and them be dead unknown I j I to hundredth i'Mi! feet

and trouble. they were years ago. One reason, I Moore, Architects, 518 X. E. 4th 24 of said JOHNS Addition at a recorded in Plat Bonk "L" page 629 !wife Lois Peek Perryman. spouse, heirs devisees, gantees. IlegtttI i thence a corner of said building: run
SAt Gainesville Florida. point 186.5G feet Easterly from the.Southwest South seventeen ((17) de-
Avenue. assignees
Public Records of Bradford (Coun j
hear is that (
we they are hardto Igress- and
to I Applications from contractors interested come of said Lot D. run ty. Florida. at a point 186.56 feet i Purer N... : Kisht of War ,otbtr claimantI. by, through under twenty---e\en (JT) mm.
: !West
last we are getting some handle. We know they can in bidding on this work I!thence North 2 .1"grles. 54 min., 53 Southeasterly from the South..tst ;That part of a parcel of land described or against each and every of the : along the WeMerlv edge of

badly need rains. So far, they jump fences, for we've seen not to exceed 2 sets of drawingsand ,sec. West 64.6k feet to the beginning corner of Lot "I>" of a!: I above named persons who are deceased wall of and said building a distaixe of
really of to the seven
a curve concave thirty-two hundredth
specifications together with said John Addition run thence Beginning on the East line of ; and all other persons having
have been very light, and there i I them do it. payment of $50.00 per set should be ':'Southwest having a radius of 286.- North 2 degrees. :.14 nun.. 53 sec. I Water Street 320 feet Xorth of or claiming! any right. title lien or |7.32> feet run thence South eighty-

no where near enough water in the S S S filed promptly with the architect 479 feet, run thence Northwesterly West 64.68 feet to the beginning ofa the intersection of Laura Street interest in or to the following lands; I nine (89) degrees and fift\-five

I and the bidding be 'along' said curve through a total curve cOI'a't to the Southwest and Water Street according to situate in Bradford County, Florida, (55) minutes East a distaiu of
soil, but at least the showers mattrialil {central angle of 69 degrees, 43 min., I .
are !
radius feet Plat twenty-four and fift > hun
of 286.479 -ta
We're eating out of the freezer forwarded, shipping charges collect having a run recorded in Plat Book 2, to-wit: >
38 distance of :
making a lot more comfortable.One available. bidden 11' a :18.6 feet to thence Northwesterly along saidcurve Page 11, Public of dredths (24.5!) feet to point of be
as soon as i Ip.'ordl I
i the end of said thence A of the
portion South Half S
these days, and make believe itdoesn't l'UrVl. through a total central angleof Bradford County Florida ( %) ginning.
of these days we upon returning such set promptly I North 72 38 min.. 31 sec. run of Southeast Quarter (SEV4) of
d.gr.tI l
Not that will be 69 degrees. 43 min., 38 sec. a thence North along the East Bearings In the .
save money. only an'd in good condition refunded 101.IB feet to the Northerly Southwest atioxe ffe' iptjnn
:Welt (SW ) of Section
Quarter -
the distance of feet to the end line of said
will turn Water
sky down and
upside and 3.S.6 i Street 75 refer to the
down bearing of
his any extension of the West line of the cci.'erline
but the food you raise tastes a lot ; Ia'ment Bock cf said curve thence North 72 feet, thence East 295 21. Township 6 South Range t -
pour all the rain on u at once and non bidder upon such !;24 of said JOHNS Addition degrees 38 min., 31 .. West 101.16 I thence South ftel. 22 East in the City "f StarKe. BradI I of State Road Number 2'H as
better We're enjoying berries, set will be refunded {2500. Bids i point 28.83 feet Northerly from theNorthwest "t. parallel to East ford County established and determined 1>> the
then we'U feet to the extensionof line of containing I
paddling around like [ Xorthtat.rh' Water Street 75 Florida
b work will be opened by of said Block 24, feet [Florida State Road
Fordhooks, Crowders, and broccoli, on this corner the West line of Block 24 of said I I thence West 295 feet to the thirteen and hundredths I Department.
duck Bradford County Hospital Corporation i Containing 0.042 a"r.I more or John's Addition at a point 28.83 feet I Point of Beginning (13.76) acres and being more partijcularly I You and each of you aie hereby
S and then we have some go home- on the date named in the speci exclusive of existing road right from the Northwest described follows notified that a Bill of
I lIt Northerly) corner ;1'lng East of and within 30 feet of as : Complaint
I canned tomatoes, too. fcation. which will be about 30 way; of said Block 24, Iurny line of Road 100, I has been filed in the Cmr( nit Court
Frank and the boys Gene and the bidding material isavailable ALSO Statt For Point of Beginning commenceat
S. ) : Containing 18.9 square feet moreor 'Section !80!. said survey line of Bradford County. Florida in
t, are really getting their for distribution. i A. parcel of land in Southeat less exclusive of existing streetor :described as follows: being the Southwest corner of said So. Chancery, by Jone.--Langford-V hue

Rob We planted peas for a cover crop BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL : corner of Lot D of road right of way: ALSO.B Beginning on the extension Half (S%) and run the rIc'ortb 0 Post No. 56, The American Legion,

fill of watermelon the first time CORPORATION.Mrs. |II said JOhNS Addition describedas ( ) A parcel I of land described as of the Xorth line Westerly of Block -4 degrees and 23 minutes West along Department of Florida, as pla ntiff
land where to
the going
{or follows: follows West line of said South Half (
of SV.O a
said CITY
in their lives. Frank raised a small PARK Subdivision at against you and each of you as
out our berries, but peas are Louise H. Kite Secretary. Beginning on the South line of Lot Commencing at the Southeast cor. a point 117.70 feet distance of six hundred sixty-four defendants that the
from ; nature uf uid
patch of stra\'berr melons, and fet 84t 8/27.| D. Bo.k 24 of said JOHNS Addition'at ner of Lot "I-)" Block 24 of John's the Northeast corner Wtttrl' 1 of and seventy-five hundredths ( .- suit is to quiet and confirm >the
such now
there no question about their bringing a good price I 15.57 feet Westerly from Addition to Starke. Florida according said Flock 4, run th.n't North 2 75) feet to an iron stake on the i( title of plaintiff, Jones-Utngford-

i that we think we'l try to get ai I|In The Circuit Court Of The FJKhth the Southeast ,'orne of said Lot to plat recorded in Plat Book degrees 20 .min., 31 se,', West 21.79 Northwest corner of said South j White Post No. 56, The American
being ripe for some of them I P. run thence North 2 degrees, 54 629 Public Records ofBradford
are Judicial Circuit In And For Bradford "L" page feet, run North 2 Hal: run thence South 89 degrees
of them and set out the ber- .min.. 53 West 15 feet then't .dfgr.tI. Legion Department of Florida to
in the field. crop County, Florida. I sec. runthence County. Florida run tln..f 54 53 .. minutes and 30 East I
a feet
splitting They are I nln. Itt. "tt to ltl'onds the above described lands as a fee
bird in the handis ,I Southwesterly feet South 71 degrees 54 min. the '
ries elsewhere. A Law Xo. 2121 Itc. Easterly extension of the South along North line of said South Half
extra sweet and we can understand I I more or less the line of East 16.56 feet, run thence North line of I|simple title: and you are required
: Block 24 SS distance
7331 of JOHX'S ( ) a of one thousandone
worth two in the bush.In said Lot D. at a point 15 feet West 2 degrees 54 min.. 53 sec. West 3.46 tion Addi j I to appear and serve a copy of your
why some folks the J PRADFORD COUNTY. ) according to Plat Book L. Page hundred fifteen and nine hundredths -
say strawberry and
t1'ly from the Southeast corner of feet, run thence North 89 29, Public I answer pleadings on Plaintiff'sattorney
melon is the best of them all. The Circuit Court Of Florida FLORIDA, a political ) ,> Lot D, run thence Easterly 2X min.. 07 SC('. East :30 fett degrtes to the Countv. Florida Records, of Bradford (1,115.09) feet to an iron I A. J. Thomas Jr., whose
subdivision of the State ) at stake at the
a point 186.56 intersection of the
along said South line 1 feet address is
to Point Starke.
Innd ): of Beginning of the parcel I Florida and to
8 F.iKhlh Judicial r'ul of Florida. ) the Point of Beginning ; of land hereinafter I fff Easterly from the Southwest [North line of said South Half and file the original of answer
run your or
For Bradford Count>. ( .lo..r Petitioner ) I Containing 133 feet more thence North 89 dpcrib.d.. !corner ()fLot D of said Ro'k 24. I the Westerly right of way line of I in
Alice air-layering some 1'athren Kolteru Dickerson. Klain- 1 I square degrees. min.. 07' Containing:: 265 pleading the office of the under
i ) Notice Of |or less. : East 20 feet run Northwesterly I.uart more I State Road :(,. 200 or Temple signed Clerk of Circuit Court
; so far she has tried it on1'I v.. lunald Lee lkktr.on. De ) I Is Ie" or less, (xd"i'e of existing Street Avenue thence South on
plant V | owned by: G. P. Raymond and 22.36 feet to the East right of or : run 17 degrees September 6. 1954; otherwise the allegations -

myrtle, fig trees and acacia. fendant. Annulment of MarriageOTICK ) Rule M.l !wife Ethel Raymond. way lnt of said State Road 100. IK load right ff way. and 26 minutes West along I j of said complaint \.ill betaken
by Carl
crep \ TO APPKAK K K. PERRYMAX, et ) I Subject to: Mortgage held by Gulf !0! as described in "A" Thelma\ Redgrave: Johnl and wife II said Westerly right of way hue a i as confessed by you

'i method is described as the In The au.e Of The Slate of Flor al. ) Lift Insurance Company. above at_ a point_10 feet North 2 de- Johnl. distance of three hundred sixteen

fastest way of growing shrubs and Defendants) I grees. S4 mm.. ax sec. W tIt from and thl.te tenths (316.3) feet to an IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
idaTo Parrelo.. 21 flight of Way the Point of Beginning run thence SO Hieht of IVay iron stake; run thence North de- .this Order of Publication and Nobe -
Dii-kerson ;
ornamentals. resideneand: Donald Lt Office address whole is \oiler of i'mintnt liuuiainT I'roceed- 'I That part of a parcel of land described South 2 degrees. 54 min..SSse.'. I 1 A of parcel WXX'SdditiHn of land in Lot I. Block grees and 55 i. mutes West 5 dis- j ti'e forthwith published once

S. SWell r/o Kxi-ello ". Corpus Chris- lug': as: East 10 feet to the Point of Begin ing to accord. tance of two hundred fifteen and i I each week for four consecutixe

ti. Texas. Lumllar IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY Beginning on the East line of ning: Containing. 100 square feet. I Book "E"plat. recorded in Plat !ixty-fv hundredths (215.65) feet j I weeks in Bradford County Telegraph

all the mole crickets and I NOTICE IS thata OF THE STATE OF WATER Street 100 feet North Is ojvned by: A. N. 0 Ida.,' and of Ptadford pace 171 plhlk Records ir.n stake: run thence South j a duly qualified newspaperpublished

cut-worms for around be Bill for 1)m'IWX I| FLORIDATo of the Northeast intersection Hope Holliday. his wife.Subject da. described County, Flori- 0 degrees and 3 minutfs West a dis- | in said County.
mils \il has been filed against you MarrialP in the All Whom It May Concern, and I of LAURA Street and WATER to: Mortgage to F. F. Beginning at the as: tanoe of one hundred ninety and WITNESS my hand anil official

gathering on our place now, for above entitled Court by CalhrenRobertas to all persons and parties having :<* Street in the City of Starke, Flume. Lot 1 of Blnck Northwest 1. cornerof I eighty-seven hundredth ((190.S7 'I|, seal at Starke. Bradford County,
this week we set out our first; Dirkerson, in the claiming any right title, interest i Florida, according to plat re- Easterly along sid the North run feet to an iron stake: run thence Florida, this August 5. i:>54.OFFICIAL .
Plaintif estate or other lien to or carded in Plat Book 2. Parrrlo.. 139 Hitch Ia""n'fotl.nluBI lnf of i
above mortgage page said i North 89! degrees and 57 minutes
styled Lot
cause are
you 1
distance '
a of ( SEAL Charles
plants of the season about 150 I Ditch IU lull I of Mation ffpt. run ) A. Darhy
11. records
on those certain parcels of public of Bradford ; .
hereby ordered and directed to thence I West a dl-tan, e of fifty-nine and !
tomato land hereinafter described and the County Florida run thence <;.',:{ .9n ( Part) SOlthw"Ittrf\ f.'t more I! Clerk of CiK-uit Court ot Brad-
plants We're going to pre- file[ your appearance, answer or < 1 or 1t"I West line ot said sevent v-i Iir.e hundredths 59.73
That of tht Lot I
North part :
along the East line of f'm id
Fk Ida
a surprise for them in the other pleadings to said Bill, either following persons together with all .I said Water Street 220 feet West 20 feet of South 100 feet I at a point 10 feet Southerly from !! feet to an it on stake: run thence County.

pre li l rsonally or by Attorney, in the office unknown persons claiming by. thence East 29 feet of Block 3 of Caskins Additionto the point of beginning, run 'th"nct!i South 0 I di-git-es, and 10 minutes West 4,6 4t 8.27T
of poison, so see who of the Clerk of the above styled through or under known person who I thence the Northerly along the We.t
we'l South parallel to East line of City of Starke. Florida lin. of
'Court on or before the 25th day of are dead or who are not known to said Lot I ---.. -,
wins the I a of 10
battle. feet
Anyway, we're Water 220 feet, thence according to plat recorded in di"tan't to'
September A. I)., 1954; otherwisethe be dead or al\'e: j jNAMES. Wpst to Strtet. of Plat Rook "J" page 147. public the POlt of Beginning__containing
faring the frost by setting them said Kill lie taken as confessed Beginning 2i feet
wil ADDRESSES AND UE-l lying East of and within 30 feet records of Bradford County. square more or les.'
cut in the field, s we're not expecting by )' This notice to be I SPECT1VE PLACES OF RESI-1 I of the survey line of State Road 100 Florida ALSO. Is owned by: A. B. Bak. and ,

too much. published once weeks a week in for four (4)consecutive DEXCE: ;Section 2802. said survey line being (A) A parcel of land described as: \Ifl Ruth Caktr. Fl 0 DIVING P

a newspaper described as follows: Beginning on Beginning at SE corner of SW'i of Subject to: Mortgage held l hr P.'ir-

S S S of general circulation in Bradford E. K. Perryman I the Westerly}' extension of the North NE 4. Section 29, Township 6 South lington Saving Pank. a Mutual: Sav-

County, Florida. Starke, Florida line of Iflock 4 of said 'ITY PARKSubdivision Range 22 East running North 2 degrees ing flank Burlington, Vermont

Saw a fine field of hairy indigo, Dated at Starke. Bradford County at a point 117.70 feet West 326 feet to a stake on

Florida this 1 day of August, Lois Peek Perymn I Westerly from the Northeast corner North pdt of a certain ditch thence TAKF NOTICE That a Declara COOL OFF with a set of crisp absorbent straw SEAT
to 194.
belonging Truby Wainwright bCharles I Starke, of Lot I of said Block 4, run South 88 7/8 d.grtlI Vest 813 f.pl tiOI Taking has been filed, in

with cows grazing in it up to their A. Darby, ; I.thence Xorth. 2 degrees. 20 main. :31 thence South 2 degrees East I the above styled cause, by the petitioner -, COVEIiS. New materials add longer life, more beautiful -
Clerk of the Circuit CourtJ. L. A. Davis isec. \Vest 21.79 feet, run thenceNonth feet to South boundary of SW4 of the acquiring authority

shoulders. Also saw a big field oft Frank West Starke. Florida I I 2 degrees, 54 min., 53 see NE'<. Section 29. thence North 88 these proceedings, oth. taking of lasting colors. Superb tailoring insures exacting fit

over at the State Farm certainly Attorney Williston for Plaintiff West 52.1.75 feet to the Easterly extension 7/8 degrees! East 813 feet to Pointof the above described lands f.i, the
I Lee Perryman Davis of the South line of Block Beginning; purpose set forth in the petition
is a good cover and grazing First publication August 20. 1954. Starke, Florid I 24 of,Johns Addition according to ALSO, (B) in this cause, viz: right of way, z CALL 239

crop, and we sure would like to ___ 8/20 4 9/10 plat Book 1. Ia/t 629. Public Records A parcel of land described as. drainage dih'hel. borrow pits, borrow -
,. of Beginning at the SE corner of SW-4,
Gary Ennis County, Florida, pit drains
have some hay of it for the inter NOTICK OF K.I.F.CTIOV of of 29 and haul road.for And let Peg pick-up
904 So. Willow !at a point 168.56 feet Easterly from NE'i Section Town- a portion of State Road your car.
Ave Xo. I loo
I. J. n. Wainwright, Mayor of Tampa Florida :,the Southwest corner of Lot D of ship 6 South Range 22 East in Bradford and I $
County. Florida PRICES START AT
Starke. Florida, by virture of the !I said Block 24, and measuring Northward on 1 4.9

S authority vested in me by law, do j Neva S. Ennis 'i., Containing 0.050 acres more or said East boundary line 326 feet that one Court of in the Judges of the Circuit For

hereby call election to be heldat 'les exclusive of Street to a beginning point running thence the Eighth Judicial
The time for setting out an |908 So. Willow Ave. or Road
berry 1 Circuit of .
right of North on said East 786 Florida \i on the ::n day
the City mil in the aforesaid Tampa, ] way. boundar'
j-lants i sneaking up on us aw- town by the qualified voters on Florida :i; Is owned by: linnif L. n4graye. feet thlnlt"t 896 f.et 1''o'clock of August, A.D. at lo nil A.M. CoupesC11AS.

fully fast and we haven't yet got Tuesday, September 14 1954, for I Pete Carantzas as personal representatie I a widow, Johnl South il6 feet thence 396 feet t Circuit in Court the forenoon Chambers thereof in Bradford in- C. SHEPHERD
husband Carl Johns to the of Beginning.
I the purpose of electing the following uf the Estate of Bill Car- ,, Ntlt V. Martinez .
l.lt ordered. But this year officers: antzas. and her Martinez, lying each side of and within 20.' County Court House at Starke,
i dt'eat ''Lula Torode and her husband feet of a Ditch centerline said Ditch j i Florida consider said Declaration

won't b a simple matter to get THREE TWO YEARS.Inspei ALDERMAN. FOP Jalkson\'ie, Florid I Edwin H To..de. Cheri M. Redgrave. .centerline being described as follows of Taking, appoint appraisers and TV -- Radio Seat Covers Upholstering

them,: from what we can hear ors of said election Rose Ederle a minor. and J. H. l"dgl.aJr.., 1 1a : I make such orders as the ,'Olr deems
Here are not : Starke, minor. Commencing on the West line ofNWi !proper. All parties to the suit and Starke. Fla.
many The nayStone Florida I
i i of SB'4 of Section 29. Township -,all parties interested may appear;

hot dry summer certainly has F. G. Hemingway R. A. EderleStarke. I iI I Parrel \o. :- It IK hi of War 6 South Range !: East at a and be heard' at the time and ,place
W. )( Edwards That of of land described 1 point 884.41 feet Northerly from theSouthwest .
a one for FloridaA. I part a parcel I designated.You
raising Pearl
ben run Uurnham
poor Mrl. as: corner of NWlt of SE', You and each of you, are hereby j

ners. L. M. Gaines N. Holliday I; Beginning 210 feet South of of said Se.ton 29, run thence North I commanded tp appear by an
In testimony whereof, I hereunto Starke, I Northwest corner of SWVt ofil I 89 dpgrtp, mm.. 29 sec East answer to the petition et'fare
I S S suhcrlbt my name and cause the Florid SEV, of Section 28. Township 6 !944.90 feet to the POINT OF PE- filed in this cause in the.

seal of the town to be hereunto affixed ; South Range 22 East run South GINNING of DITCH CENTERLINE, "11111-0 BEST RATES IN TOWN%
how dry it has been Hope Holliday. also known as nope court on or before the
Considering llh dt
this 9th day of August. AD.. llaynes holiday 105 f.tt. run East 420 feet, run run thence North 0 degrees 48 min.. September, 1954. to show w IPKMI.

we think ourselves quite lucky to 1934. Starke North 105 feet run Welt 420 :31 see'. West 40 feet, run thence title interest, or you.11 or any

have about a 25 per cent stand of (OFFICIAL PEAL) 'lorid feet to the Point of beginning. North 6 degrees. 33 min., 31 "ef. of you, have in ltn" any of the
I J. R. WAINWRIGHT, Mayor F. F. Flume ling East of and within 30. feet of West 95 feet, run thence North 0 above described lands and show RepresentingAmerica's
sweet potatoes. We're hoping that ATTEST: Starke, the survey line of State Road 100 d.grte. 07 min., 29 sec. East 165 {,
cause why the same should not betaken
the season will favorable CARL JOHNS, City Clerk. 'Iorida I Section 2X02, said survey line being feet run thence North 3 degrees.. :31min.
for for the and
uses purposeset Mutual Ins.
b described follows Largest Companies
9/3 as : Beginning on 29: sec. East 181 ftet. run
growing them from now on, for we 8/1 4 Hope 1..T llaynes the Westerly extension of the Northline thence North 21 degrees. 16 min.. 31 forth in the petition filed herein

about I of Bod. 4 of said CITY PARK IPWe"t 1122 feet run thence WITNESS my hand and the ..,1
are starve for some sweet MlTlCi: OF KI.KCTIOV: Subd 'iliun at a point 117.70 feet North 89 degrees 23: min.. 31 se.- of said Court on this pith la> If COMPARE THESE SAVINGS
'taders. BE IT KNOWN THAT I. P.. A. O. L. Haynes Jr. Aueust. 1954.
Lst year we didn't geta I Starke Westerly from th$ Northeast cor- West 570.65 feet, run thence South A.D. -
GRAY. SECRETARY OF STATEt. j Florid i ner of LOT 1 of said Block 4. rt-n 45 36 min., 29 eec West CHARLES. A. DARBY,
single mouthful from 2,000 we I THE STATE OF FLORIDA 'thence North 2 degrees. 20 min., 31 126.35 degrees feet to the end of said Ditch Clerk of Circuit Court of Bi ad- AUTOMOBILE 10-20

set out, so we won't have to DO HEREBY liVE NOTICE Mildred Scott Haynes sec. West 21.79 feet, run tl"m't Centerline, ford County Florufe.Hollis .

much to beat that. 0 THAT A. ; ; ELECTION I Starke. Florida T North 2 degrees. 54 min.. .. Containing 1.051 acres more or V. Knight, County Atl.r.\ FIRE on DWELLING 20
WILL : HELD IN BRADFORD West 523.75: feet to the Easterly extension j Starke, Florida >> 2i.I 4- t :. 1 11
S S S COUNTY. STATE OF FLORIDA. ICarl I Johns i| of' the South line of ClockU less.Is
A. Davis
owned by: L. and his "
Starke Florida FIRE BUSINESS 15
I of Johns Addition to In The Juilgr'n Court InAnd on
Think ON TUESDAY NEXT SITVEEDj j according Lee County
we'l set out some cabbage ING THE ,FIRST MONDAY IN I'ij Plat Book I.. Iag. 62H, Public Records wift p"ir'man Da\'It. For Bradford Count; FloridaIn

and broccoli plants this week, depending NOVEMBER, A.D.. 1954. THE Starke Thelma, Redgrave Johns of '. Florida at Parrrl \a.. .V> Right of Way Probate. MOTELS 35 ;
Florid I'a point 186.56 feet Easterly from IN RE ESTATE OFERVINA
SAID BEING THE That part of: :
upon the weather. This I! TnSDl the Southwest '
< corner of Lot D of of Lot 2 Block 28 RENNOLDS
will be the earliest I ".:( 0'1 1UP MHF.MKKIl Nellie V. Martinez said Block 24.ontaining East : feet A. GARAGE LIABILITY 35 -
we've ever setcut For Representative of the Eighth Starke, of the Original Town of Starke Deceased
185 feet
plants and we're Congressional District of the State Florid i square more Florida according to plat recorded -\O1ICF. OF IXTFATIOV 10 M IKi:
i lucky we of Florida in the Eighty-Fourth or It's. exclusive of existing Street in Plat Book "N" page APPLICATION FOIL FINAL
Martinez lor Road right of More
might have Jot | way; -
some early cabbage. Congress of the United States. iHarke, |ALSO, 759 Public Records of Bradford I1l5lLtIt.B Why Pay

S S S For Three (3) Justice of the Supreme Florid County. Florida,
; A parcel of land described TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I Court of the State of Florida i i follows lying South of and within 30 feet
Eustis L. McKnight : Notice is hereby that I have
Every once in a while of the line of Road 100 given
we wonder survey
j Starke, Florida j Beginning on the South line ofSuth filed my final report as Administrator 0Contact
berries are not For 2 Circuit Judges of the ) I Street at 0.57 feet Section 2802, said survey line being
i just about on f I a point ,described follows of the Estate of Ervina A. Ren-
their way out around here. Eighth Judicial Circuit of the State :;Arlin McKnight from the intersection of as nolds. deceased; that I have fiie
Lots of of ; FloridaT. the East line of Water Street and Beginning on Xorth.asttrl' extension -
i Florida. .jStarke : of my petition for final ,
I For Governor of the State of Flor- 'the I South line of said South Street. I lnt Bi.k and that I will apply to oi-charge.
25 of the Original of .
LOVE | 'ida.i I H. McNeill I I13U1 said Street being shown on Plat recorded -
YOU'L the new Cster- II Florida according to plat recorded 'Theron A. Yawn, Countv Jutig.of I
i Fur Two (2) Railroad and Public W. Magnolia St. in Plat Book 2. page 11. Pub- Florida. at 10.Ou
in Plat Book "N" 759 Public Bradford County,
brook purke-size fountain II New Smyrna Beach 1 II !lic Records of Bradford County. page j CONNER Bros. Insurance
pens i( Utilities Commissioners of the Stateof Florid Florida run thence South 2 Records of Pradford County. Florida 'o'clock A.M., on the 7th day "fSeptember. Agency

pastel shades. Only $2.37 at BradFORD t'l.rida 'j'Tabitha McNeill I 154' min.. 53 .. East 10 feet degrees., run at a point 28.61 feet Northeasterly A.D., 1954. for appr '\,i
Fur 1 Member ) of the } It
(I louse thence from the Northeast corner of of the same and for final di-i barge
TELEGRAPH. : 301 W. Magnolia St. Northeasterly feet moreor
COUl'Y :;of Representatives of th ,New Smyrna E FloridaG. j| less, to the South 2:6 lnt of said said Block 25. run thence North 72 as administrator of said estate.This 129 W Call St Phone 285

Florida. :Ih ;South Street at a 20 feet degrees, 38 min., 31 sec. W'tst 417.53feet August 3. 1954.

Mm Circuit Court Bradford Countr.i For 2 Members of the Board of'' P. Raymond'I;I Easterly from the Point of Beginin I run thence North i degrees fl GEO. L PATTEXAdminiltrator

Florida* la l.h."r 'County Commissioners. ,j Starke. Florida I; run thence Westerly along 03 min.. 01 sec. West to tht Northeasterly of the Estateof

Joseph 1! Karrett. Plaintiff, vS'1 1 For 3 Members of the County !i! i I said South line 20 feet to the Point I extension of the West line Ervina A. 1.nlo1ds.
Janina U-turn. iH-fendant. 1 Board of Public Instruction. !Ethel I of Beginning, of Block 28 of said Original Townof deceased.

Case No. IO-&!3 !1'-.: |I Starke Raymond I IV Containing 100 square ftt: I Starke. Florida. at a point 29.70 8/6 4t S 27 .
Order of Publication and .Notice To In Testimony Whereof I have i 'iorid j! Is owned by: Hope ( Haynes.a feet Northeasterly from the Northwest -

Appear Slate of Florida To I j hereunto Set my hand and -Gulf Life Co. I II't widow. Hope Haynes Holliday and corner of said Block 28, In The Circuit (' Of Florida. j r
Janina Harr.t whose )' affixed the Great Seal ofthe Insurnc her husband A. N. Holliday: Geor- Containing 113 square feet more iithlh Judicial Circuit, In And

and addr. .. i!: Unknown.rtid.n'e'l State of Florida at Tallahassee -I't ul Euidlng, I gia Haynes Scanlan and her husband or less exclusive of street or road For Bradford County.In SUMMERS 4RE ,

You are required to appear oniVpt. the Capital. this Florid J. A. Scanlan. and O. L. lanel. )- right of way. Chancery. ,

6. 1951 in the above named I' the 20th day of July A.D.;'Minnie I*. Redgrave a 8 I Jr. and his wife Mildred Scot Is owned by: H. II. Adams and O.IIKT TITI.K. ETC.JONES.LANGFORDWIIITE. |'
Court and widoW Haynes.Parrrl. wife Norma Jean Adams.
cause, wherein 1954.
II.intif Starke. Florida POST COOL IH DAMOHA
seeks I R. A. GRAY Subject to: Mortgage held by Gulf
I ,.. 44 Might of Way Life In"uran.1 Company.Pnrrrl .
Telegraph shall ,
Rrdford ot"
Secretary Statt Cheri M. Redgrave, a minor That DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA.
publish this Order In next four part of: .
I 4t 9/3 t Starke. Floridaij. Plaintiff, 86.4CM FLORID4
weekly Issues. 8:1 H. Jr., a minor I I Lots I and 2 of Block 25 of the N*. GO Hiehl of Way .

Witness my hand and official .Starke Redgrave, Original Town of Starke. Flor- That par of: LAXDV\XD
ral at this Augu&t >OTICK 10 AI'PRIR j Florid ida according to Plat recorded : feet of Lot 1 and East FLORIDA IMMIGRATION' -

:;. 19:).. l.rle. l'Ionda. j' In Circuit Court liradturd ( ,. Scanlan I in Plat Rook "N" page 759, Public 35 feet of Lot 2 of Block 28 of COMPANY. OF FLORIDA, . .
[ .
'Floridl I Georgia I al. Defendant
dOFFICLALSEAL) Charles A. Darby la ChanceryAurele Record of Bradford Iount' the Original Town of Starke, et
As.Clerk of said Court. IHipui.Plaintiff. vs. Margaret I"Station 0 Major J. A. Snl I Florida Florida according to plat recorded -I OKIIKK OF PI nLC.TI'D .| .

ily Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk M. Dupm*. Defendant. I,'Vint Hill Farms Station I of and within f feet of I in Plat Book "N" page i XOTICK $5O
y.ich H. Dougla. 50i Lynch Building. -1! Case So. 103ol.e %Warrnt, Virginia I the survey line of State Road 100. 759 Public Records of BradfordCounty. ITHE STATE OF FLRIDA. TO: :
Jacksonville, Florida.Attya. : \ To 'pp.rl j, Section 2802. said survey line being Florida. | I '

fur 1'lf. 84t 8/27 T. Margaret M. Dupuis. whose '' Major J. A. Scanlan !described as follows: Beginning on lying South of and within 30 feet ; The following named defendant ,
residence and address i i.-: 15 Weba- the Northeasterly extension of the I of the survey line of State Road who are residents of the State of ; AS P" PEsOS

>OTICK TO ,.LPPEtItI. 'cowatt A' e.. Lynn, Mass. {"j Station Hill ComplementVint .'ans Stationi (East Town.of of Block 25 of the Original 100, Section 2802. said survey line [Florida: doubleoc ,
You are hereby notified that | Starke. Florida according being described a! follows: P. A. Brinson. whose residence'j
Circuit Court, Bradford ; Virginia
Florida: la (.Chanrrr (ul.t"'I'I suit for i iDiAonr. i War.nton. I to plat rtcord.'d in Plat Book Beginning on the Northeasterly extension -and address is Baldwin, Florida! ;. I Front July 1INCLUDING

. '.ar. Custody and Con- I Harry E. Tucker I"jr. page 759 Public Records of I of the East. line of Block: I i I Florence B. Brown a widow 1-J
Irving Simon Mamie Bradford
Plaintf i J County. Florida. at a point 25 of the Town I
Original of and
j irorof Minor Childrennas !,Starke. Florida 28.61 feet StarktoFlorida idividually and as sole devisee i: 2 DELICIOUS MEALS
:llun. D.fendant [ been filed against you In the Northeasterly from th' according to plat recorded i iit. |legatee under the will of Marcus F. ,
Case No. 10-621 :I j Xorth.a"t corner of said Block 25. Plat Book "N", 759 Public Pie AvofcWt
page ] Evepttti
above whose
named Court and cause and I.. Tucker Brown deceased,
>otle* To Appear 'i I.\nn"tt :run thence North 72 degrees 3S min. Records of Bradford County. Florida I aeidencet
To: Mamie Simon. whose residence rou are required to serve a copy of { tarkt. Florida 31 see West 417.53 feet thence and address is Starke,
run I
I at a point 28.61 feet Northeasterly Rooms Excellent Cuisine Coif Course
formerly Sharon Specious
.iddress is: 50 Fort Wa hing-i .our answer or pleading to the !North 72 degltl. 03 min 01 sec. from the Northeast corner Sharon Hall Lcke. t
an complaint Lula R. Torode I and address >
on the Plaintiff .West to Hall,
.". lul You A\"nu.are hereby New York notified N. Y.that a Atol% y Hun. William D. Morgan j Starke, Florida"Edwin I II sion of the 'Vllt Northeasterly line of Block of 72 said Block 38 25.min.run thenc sec. North West 'I is Starke. Florida; r 2 Private Pools Cabanas Private Beach

for divorce ,I 5f 7 CUrk Building, Jack- I I isaid Original Town of StrkE.Ixttn-I 417.53 degrees.feet run thence. North 72 degrees A. D. Martin and Golda Yartn
.Ult :
Las been filed against you 1: the: t-oiiville, Florida rj I Starke,Torode Florida ;ida at from a point 29.70 03 min.. 01 sec. West to the ;I his wife. whose residence a- I Putting Green Intimate Cocktail lounge e Dancing
ak ,ve named Court and cause and !and file the original In the office ( the Northwest corner of Northeasterly extension of the West dress is Starke. Florida;
; 'be Clfrk of tIle Circuit Court [I sid Block 28.ontainlnj, S. E. Simmons whose residenc
line of Clock 28 of
'O are required to serve a copy of ; OJ Dr. H. H. I OriginalTown Planned Entertainment Fisherman's Paradise.
I! at before the Adam ( 365 square feet more of Starke. Florida. at a point and address is Starke, Florid
your answer or pleading to the com- Starke,
13th day of I !or of existing street Frank Landrum, -
1954 T.
September, ; Exllu8h'E 29.70 feet Northeasterly from the whos
plant on the Attorney For Rtitfvoitoflt & Breeder
i road
Plalntf's i' otherwise the allegations of 8dlG or of way. Northwest corner of said Block IS. dence and address is Starke. Florida -
T. .uK Fla., Comolalnt will I e taken as confess- Nornia Jean Adam :, Is owned by: Gary Ennis and his Containing 55 feet more ; wrirt or w>i Fat trayr Qn. Mgr.
'I square or
and the original In the office Starke. wife Neva S.
of fie of the Circuit Court ;d by you Florid Ennis. less, exclusive of street or road Florence E. Brown, whose residence '
on This notice shall be published I of and address is
before the C day of September. I Sun Seal Inc.Starke I Parrrl .. right way. Worthington I
I once each week for four consecutive Lbrares V 35 Right of WarThat Is owned by: Sun Seal Laboratories. Florida; ,
1S54; otherwise the allegations of part of:
weeks Florid
in the Bradford County Tele- Incorporated.
said Complaint will be taken as graph Lot 2 of Block !7 of the Original Florence I. Brown whose residence j
A. B. Baker and wife Ruth IakerStarke Subject to: Mortgage held by Gulf and 2908 Silver l
confessed b Town
you. of Florida ac-
Dated this llth day of August. Starkf. Life Insurance
ThU FloridaBurlington c rdine Company. Street Apartment 2, Jacksonville, I
note lhal be published once 1954. < to Plat in Plat
four i Book "N" 759, public Florida; I ;
each rec-
consecutive page
j ) A. Daroj > Right of
( Parcel WayA
I Saving Bank, a -Is of Bradford Florid 1 George Kopelonsos whose resi-I
weeks in the liradford County Tel I Clerk of the Circuit Court tutu'Sa'ing parcel land in Lot 1, Block
BankBurlington *" Flori-
I dence and address is Starke, j!
graph. ,
By Marian Crosby, Deputy Clerk 2 of WYNVS ADDITION to the
this 4 August. 1St.OFFICIAL : I Vermont I lyinl south of the within 30 feet according da; : DIRECTLY ON THE "WOIID'S !"
Doted day ( 8. 4t 9.3 Town of Starke, Florida ( MOST FAMOUS MAC ,
1 Thelma
{ SEAL) A. Darby ; tht survey line of State Road to plat recorded in Plat Thelma Dyal, formerly :
Charle ><< !ion : o-io: State Road \o.1OU 100. Section 2501. snirt Andrews J. W. Andrews Jr.. and DAYTONA BEACH PIOIIDA
Clerk of the Circuit sun'plne :
CourtIy "E" 171 Public Records ,
NOTICE TO \PPt: Bradford ('...t, Book page I
\1 Feing described j whose
JIarian I Crosby Deputy Clerk I. Circuit ('ourt.olr.4furo County.Florida Parrrl :>.., 7hlight of Way i; lil on the Northeasterly as .extension } of Bradford County Florida William residence Anthony and address ADdr"w.:s Starke |i
M 4t 8/27 : la ( described as,
..u."rT. .That. part of. u the Ea.-t line uf Block 2; of the

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Final Union ServiceAt should be thankful for this! !Cigarette Tax PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS |i
Sunday night I was sleeping,! CIIUKCII '
Presbyterian so good when Spot dashed off of'I
the porch awoke me when ht |!In j come Jumps I Sunday School 10 a.m.
The final union worship Morning Service 11 a.m. 0I
evening went off, ran to the grape arbor
service of the Starke Presbyterian and started barking! I listeneda ;;During June Evening Service 7:30: p m.

Christian. and Methodst few minutes thinking maybehe Prayer Meetings Wednesday
--'"'" .::: Churches will be held in the would hush, he didn't, so I got night 7-45: p.m. Saturday night
Starke and most
First Presbyterian Church Sun- I surrounding
up and went out knowing I would
Methodist Church i''Church of Christ lay night, Aug. 29, at 8 p. m. find a possum in the grape arbor. I Communities received an increase -
I ReJ.. in cigarette tax funds during June
Sherwood of
pastor Sure the
McMahon'Preaching11 enough I finally found I
Corner 10th and I
the according to A. E. McKinney Ji
Christian Church, will
Sunday. Aug. 29Church Sckx l' bring possum if it was big
&> 45 am Morning Worship 11 A. M. and 7:31 the message. Rev. W. S. McAliley to call a possum, it was enought big I director of the State Beverage

a.m.. topic: "What Do You Wa.tMost 11 P. M. pastor of the host church will I almost failed to find it but finally -j Department: which collects the tax

Out of Life?" Recreation I Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud preside, assisted by Rev. R. D. i did and shot it. Had to pull] Starke received $3096.76 for its
Time 6 for Sommer of the Methodist Church. it out of the vines, Spot had I share of the tax collected within
p.m. Fellowship Supper I each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. grape J
Intermediates and Seniors 6:45: p'I pecial music will be provided by to kill it" again as he does every- I!I I the city limits.

m. Worship for MYF groups 7:15 Christian ChurchBible he Presbyterian Choir. The Lord's thing I shoot. The thing wasn't j I Starke's June revenue was up --3a
p.m. Union service at First Presbyterian Supper will be observed before big enough to cause me to lose i from May's total of $2.82943

Church 8 p.m. School 9:45'a.. m. Worship the evening message. I the sleep it did, but still it would l I I which had dropped from April's
The public is cordially Invited have killed one of chickens j 302693.
Tuesday Wesleyan Service! Service 11 a. m. and 8 p. my I 1I
Guild 7:30: p.m.Wednesday :ji'in. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday to this final service, and the three just as dead as a full grown one I| Brooker's tax revenue droppedarply

Bible Study and 1 8 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, churches would like to thank their would have, so I suppose I should jsh, after a steady three 1v1.
Prayer 8 Minister. people and the general public for be just as well pleased with shoot- month's climb. It collected $270.97in
p.m.ThursdayYouth the fire spirit that has beep pres- ing it as I would a great big one. June as compared with $347 26 cin
Choir rehear- ent in all these joint services. Got back in the house the Lou'Q find
just as and
sal 6:30 FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH May $301.39 in April. "Batter up!" These two young CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON our
p.m. Chancel Choir re- clock struck 12, then couldn'tsleep I PlumbersnatsodumbAsh
hearsal 7:30: LAWTEY, FLA. Hampton continued to have a ball players at Mooseheart, 111.,
p.m.HIWAY At The Tabernacle for more than an hour. See about '
substantial this anyone
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach gain with $103.43 in question
) what I mean, no sleep, and the June, $93.60 in |I are taking tin.e out from their: I For whom they plumb.
CHAPEL, I''ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweekservice May, and $89.39 i iI i
| not fist! I studies at the "School that trains
During the services last week possum as big as your in i
April. 1
(ASSEMBLIES OF GOD) 1'' Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. I I { What a vacation! First our
at the Tabernacle music from [Well, such is life! for life" operated by the I How about jour plumbing?
780 Hiuay 16'e.t A. E. Massey, pastor. Lawtey also continued a rapid I!I Lo'alj{
Bible School-10 A. M. seven different instruments was Jo Ann my daughter who livesin increase in tax receipts. Lawteyireceived Order of Moose! for children of1\ suitcases of clothing and our I Doe it need attention? Don't

Sunday School 10 a.m. :Morning heard and enjoyed. They were Tampa "blessed me out" last $34328 in June $307.011 I i deceased members. Persons interested -1''fishing tackle are stolen from I delay too long about hating it

Worship 11 a.m. Evangelistic \\OODLAWN MISSIONARY accordian. cornet, musical saw, week for going out at night in May and $284.08 in April. I informing a Moose Chap-'j jour cabin, then our camera : fixed. We are qualified to give
Meeting 75 and harpaphone, miniature electric not dressed for hunting, getting
p.m. Sunday
County can contact -
every night. FLA. organ, violin, and piano.A wound' up in briars and ever}thin:,: I Keystone Heights made the big- John Milo, membership director I I I i falls overboard into the lake. I guaranteed satisfactoryork
Best percentage gain in this area j ''Is all times. How about
Revival services getting scratched good and i there some low-cost insurance at railing
are continuing
good lesson was given Tues- plent\1 with hot weather at the Starke Chamber of|I
every night at the Hi-Way Chapel 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Iday evening by Rev. Morns L .- why not come down .'and more visitors to bringing more I.'Commerce. to cover all personal be- us for complete information
Tent located on Highway 16 West. preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45 prayer Erackman, of the Trinity Bible shoot rabbits from her front door lakes. its surrounding longings on a trip.
Services 7 o'clock services, or back porch. Says they are' Keystone Heights had!
are preceded by 30 minutes service song Church, Lake Butler, on Matthew a June tax I I
of gospel music. The publicis 7:30 evening services. thick there. Well to tell the truth revenue of $840.01 as Church of God
cordially invited. : with a very spiritual ap- that wouldn' be much fun, i iwouldn't it|compared with $536.33 in May and I s
plication. be wild for $672.99 in April. Sunday School 10 a.m. 1
CIIUKCII OF JESUS CHRIST CHURCH The coming of Rev. Elmo I couldn't get out and hunt to see Lake Butler registered a sharp !. I in g Worship 11 a.m. Sunday MOrn-j I I Charley Johns

I LATTER DAY SAINT I man, editor of the Eate-I(what I can find and take a shot climb in June with $614.48 as compared ning Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.EService ,I

Services each Sunday in old Ma- Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship St. Petersburg, is at it. then run and search with I to $558.70 in May. Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and i
sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program Those who have read the "Search- my light to see if I had hit the !I Waldo climbed to $337.01 fromI I: & Son Agency
School 10 a.m., Sar.iment Service 6:30 p. m. Evening Servicep. 9 light" are looking forward to the mark. Any one who has hunted I I$31880 in May, but June's total Prayerteeting, Friday 7:45: p m ,
6:30 m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon, pastor. meeting with interest. Date will knows just what I mean Jo- :I was still below April's 39270. Lawtey 1 I II 1'HONE 414-J
p.m. Everyone welcome. i I I Phone 13 Starke Fa.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn ,
be announced later.Presbyterian. Ann doesn't, hunting is too ail I !I I!
IIEILBRONN AIR PARK BAPTISTAir I for her so she has missed the''Starke's I Growth ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv ; A '..'.. AAAAL
i pleasure of the hunt. I always ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m. I .
I BAPTIST CHURCH Park Baptist Church: Sunday Church || send a copy of the news to her so I, Reflected By Its I II I _' d''. .:.:....<....._ .:L _- ."-... :___..u. .. __ ___ __ '<

Sunday School 10 a.m. PreaCh- School, 9:45 a. m.; Preaching ,I.. Sunday. Aug. 29, 9:45 a. m.1(she keens up with all of our wog Dirty I! Clothes I TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS,
ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 Service, 11 a. m.; Training Union, .'Sunday School. 11 a. m. Morning around here. i I *:1.50. Just the thing; for keeping

p.m. Prea(;iiing: 7:30 p.m. Prayer: 6:45: p. m.; Preaching Service, 8 i i Worship, "Our First Task." 8 p '! No better sign of Starke's'jour books and other school supsecurely. -
:Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. m. Piayer meeting, Wednesday "Y "' 9T "' ... .
p. m. Union Evening Worship Service Y ';: growth and progress can be found plies Bradford Count)
Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. 8 p. m. : in our church with messageby 'than: bv measuung the growth of:|Telegraph.week .

-.-..._ .,.,. __4 _... ""- '"",,,.-v--oi _.. _.1"- .".. -....... Rev. J. E. Sherwood. I GRAHAM li's cleaning and dry cleaning reouitements. Cook's.Grocery
i: =-li.r 1
Wed. Sept. 1, 7:30 p. m., Prayer -I I|i I i said Mr. and Mrs. instead of one. She said in

Meeting and Bible Study. Adult '. Mrs. John McKinnev: i!Junius Smith, owners of the Starke this way it can cut many clothes
Choir practice 8 p. m. i I I Dry Cleaners and Laundry. I requirements in half. .

Thurs. Sept. 2. Junior rAM' 1A1iAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAd! I Mrs Smith said that when the The plant features "one stop"

piactice 3:30: p. m. 'I Rev. I ""nl'thYekh and wift'of ',| business began 28 years ago it did service now that the Clothes Line
RevivalDAILY Jacksonville were dinner truest I about $5,200 worth of cleaning! has been moved from its> toimerlocation

St. Edward's Church i of Mr. and Mrs. John Moody Sun-I!c"uring the year. Last year she on Temple Ave to the

flav. He also preached at the:said the business did $50000 worth I cry cleaning plant. The move IkrI -

Sunday :Mass at 9:15 a. m. Baptist Church Sunday ni?ht. i I of cleaning and laundering She j nuts the clothes to be washed m .

Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKinney of 1:: s aid the laundry part of the busi- iotldtei. The laundry washes. PHONE 403
8:30: a. m.Children's. Sampson and Matthew McKinney;I ness was added in 1938, and i it all clothes m Lux soap j; on {ci I Jax Hiway We Deliver Open Thurs. Afternoons
Class Saturday 11 remains the only laundry in Bradford i It-. features.
7:45: P. M.I p a m. of M r.Indiana and Mrs.were John dinner McKinneyMonday. guests of'I County and in many sui- < ..... -

Keystone' Heights' j founding communities.
(Women's Hub I Mis Smith said that the plant-, Pure
FIRST Sunday Mass 8 a. m.) Mrs. Dorothy McCoy and baby j I ]12-hour service permits the housewife BLACK PEp.PER 11f2C
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. Pittsburg to Jacksonville '-( to launder two bundle) u
to visit her month, Mrs. An- I I j .
i Confessions before all Masses. II
tiie Ward in Waldo. I j

STARKE, FLORIDA John McKinney and sons, J. D. I s I Lb Pkg

St. Mark's Episcopal and Vincent, attended church at Save Money with GRITS 5 43C

Rev Raymond E. MatBlain Payless Highway Sunday night. i I sII
Schedule' of Services' I There will be a homecoming da '

; HOMECOMING --- SEPTEMBER 5TH SUNDAYS at the Sept.Baptist 5, and Church everyone at is Grahamon invited i AREA HEAT I I I'I Lb. Pkg
9:45: a.m., Church School 11 to attend. : MEAL 5 39C
a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; I I
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. : .
6:30 p.m., Young People's Service -, ) I I ,:-. vy
left Friday night for a week's vacation I. ., jIij-;;"-
League. '::f-
in Tryon N. C. She is visiting !j
HOLY cmolU'ao1st. I 3 LB.
Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 1i'
STEDHAM 7:30: Burns i' Crisco 89c

a.m.FRIDAY Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wright and

I 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. children of Starke, and Mr. and

EvangelistREV. [ 3 p.m.. Choir Rehearsal Mrs. B. McKinney of Starke were f-42
II i II visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Moody

L. D. HAINES .. 1:!I CHRISTIAN SOCIETY SCIENCE Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes announce Insist on our famous JELLO 3 Packages 23c

I SONG LEADER Orange Park, Ha. the birth of a daughter, Nationally Advertised
Sunday service 11 a.m. Sunday horn Julv 20. at the Alachua Genjeral -

MRS. L. A. CANOVA [ School 11 a.m. Hospital. Sanitone Dry Cleaning!
Wednesday Evenings-1st Wednesday Mrs. F. M. Griffin is .still gom Com, in TOILET TISSUE 11f2C
I'' to the doctor for and let vt tell you howl'
DIRECTOR OF 'MUSIC: each month, S p.m. injuries she reed ,,
Public in Starke a couple of weeks
cordially invited. Nursery -
maintained for all servicesCommunit ago when someone ran into her SLADE GAS CO.I HALL DIRT OUT

Kingsley Ave\' and Center Highway Building 17. car.Arthur Me ton and sister, Car- [Phone 121 Starke FLir I. SPOTS VANISHOPERSPIRATION 33 BLEACH Quart 1SC

Bible Preaching -- Good Singing 'ine of Waldo were visiting the
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTT ; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert -.

EVERYONE WELCOME I' 'Mr."'c- and t""t Mrs. week.Dack Camprillena 6 botl ctn
.. j and daughter Joan are visitingin > PRESS COCA COLA 21CCHEER
'. -.. -: -- --- --.. ,:: --:'-.:-- =" .j ; New York for two weeks.
-- :i by Mrs J. !? Stricklandand Gee those old school days are t:1rJK: Costs No More Than

-- Jimmy LangtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA starting again Monday. Bet the TIDE FAB OR
kids are happy. Ordinary Dry Cleaning :

FIRST Bj.: Dan Weeks ,' Large Box
Mr: and Mrs. Parry were jo''

see us again last week and again|Starke Citizens This ma) be small consolation
Every day women who
: asked me if I had the
sent skunks
to Rembrandt hut present day
HAMPTON I all to Penney Farms. No. I have 'Eligible} For Cash artists may some day soon be are switching to Sanitone, i Dozen

sent them anywhere, but it seemsI J working quite regularly' on theworld's the one dry cleaning that i LEMONS 19C
II have i I}I Citizens of Starke trading area |
they moved out for some1cause biggest canvas the really keeps clothes looking :
t FRIDAY NIGHT AT 8 P.M. ,; at least I do not find anyj: of good character and in need of.' TV screen. "like-new"!Call us today and
; ,cash are eligible for our Lo ant 1
:more skunks but find the rabbi see the difference!
1 "
.:' and 'possums. Mrs. Parry said services. Either on a Pay Day .\ top-notch dramatic pro
r she and a friend of hers were o Status of $50.00 for 30 days. at grun'hillio: One, has enjoyed I Heads

I walking a few days ago. ti iJsi-75''I! interest or on the Famous some successful experimentation ."IOrtiNlnI LETTUCE 2 2Sc

: woman has high blood pressure Budget Plan. Contact Marion with the use of an original

+i pretty badly, and has to be very I'Finance Co. by phone 5333 Gaines- ,, drawing as the title card' for SANITONE

L Dr. Alfred careful not to overdo hhese If. I II |'vine or wrie P. O. Box 446 218 each program. The idea is substantially Irish /

I Told Mrs. Parry she the other:W. University Ave. Gainesville. the same as the use POTATOES 10/6s39
lady would have to set the}Fla. (Adv) of dust jackets' on books which

$ CierpkeDean I pace she can not walk as fast: ; sere to attract people to big,
I wec !has Mrs. Parry can. They had gone |i iI only' in the case of Studio Oneit

as far as they wished and ; is an artistic pitch for in
returning home when creasedicuing audience. Col'
Dean of Seminary -- lo and 4st
I behold there. there just in fro n, :j. on our New Foley or. when it finally' arrives on I

Tennessee Temple School I of them goes a skunk across thp( |I AUTOMATIC SAW FILER the scene, will help to 5htlL'.t' I
road right in front of them ,i I the work of thf'orld'!> greatest HEaburgerlB35cI

; 55 Chattanooga Tenn. marching straight for the ladies: I palette and (lien masters. t EAIEII) U1.LUX .
t They'll cut .
..:" yard. Mrs. Parry said the lady I j like new when Incidentally! this isn't intend- I
forgot all about her high blood
; = I
d id to but I
1!! filed paint a Brett) picture
{ "t.", pressure and made a run for it I I on our cf?= .. ...
-'S t if )ou hair a home tinkerer on Pound
I It {:J
t2 left Mrs. Parry so far behind i'i precision ma FLAKES I
the it is wise to BOLOGNA lic
premises brain
!t : she forgot she : in chine. In a
'S :;;; 'j See and Hear '\n'wathe was the race' I,, few minutes mind that tamrt'ringith a
f .f' woman beat the '
A Tet ran be hazardous
_"W ,,. skunk to the ... j you'll have a pa..ttimf' .
? \ <., .- I yard -- and into tb Not folk realizeit. -
1 THIS MAN' house before the "Perfume Ritty..1 I saws that cut cleaner, truer, many
.;;': : .' 11. 'i 1 but the danger of shock) from Lb
could get into the yard to save i it'? j! faster. Bring your saws in
'" II I high voltage may beprp..nt ia i CHUCK STEAK 31C
:j OF GOD oor: little life. Well we never I. today-you'll; our speedy I Iaervice. the set t'\t'n after it is turned: I
know what we can do until sochine me- I off and disconnected.And .
Dr. Alfred Cierpke happens to us to show how B I STARKEDRY I

far our strength goes even if it All Saws Re-Toothed it is also wise to bear in

Also see the Color-Sound Film "TWICE CONVICTED" 1oes take a skunk to show us I And Filed mind that WEEKS RADIO & CLEANERSAnd Beef Stew BRISKET L619 i

which will be shown in this-se 'ice. This film is the life this! T am invited to Penney Farmsto All Hand Saws 50c TV SERVICE has the finest
hunt skunks. May take these REPAIR DEPARTMENT inMark
I :story of Ir Fred Garland who is an outstanding preacher i 165 X. Water St. Ph. 414-V V LAUNDRYAnd !
eople by surprise some night i *. For HIGH Quality i
of the Gospel. This film is MUST for ,
young pe 0and show up hunting light ALSO SHARPEN SERVICE, at conparatnelyLO. ) '
ple. You are invited to attend! shotgun! and all then they will ALL KINDS OF TOOLS I \\' cost )ou'll hate a hard The Clothes Linn

dive for cover! They have nee'erne Knives, Scissors, Etc. time matching WEEKS RADIO !
"Through the into the Heart"MERLE Oleo
Eyes seen me in this "RIG" so I'm AH New Equipment I & TV SERVICE at Court St., PHONE 28 LB 19c
positive their imagination does East of the Court house
PACKHAM: Pastor I 'not go far enough to ema,p CALVIN JQHNS Cor. Call and Water Streets
II I OPEN 5 P.M. TO 9 P.M. Starke. Fla. !
what a horrible sight they have 465 !N. Water St. I I .
missed so far, and must say they -- -- : -.i.7 ::: rj:: .: ::';:.'_::: '_ '.:L- : -- : =-== : ._ "_:. _,, ;


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AUGUST. 1951
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Vet Training, I Soy Bean Crop Shows Promise Property Changes Dentist's Drills Often Feel This Big, (creditors through, under and other or against claimants each |' Clerk 2 Q. I'-C.-l:of C aei oult-

[every of the above named I'
person.sho ot ,...
!& d )::i

Housing Get J; 'Hands In July But Anyway They're Not As Noisy ,{!Co.known, Inc.are,deceased a corporation; and ,Eiophile and its J i i taken as L'-aessed

I successors, trustees ()(' ;i '

New ExtensionCongress L:1'. holders through and or under other it:claimants and all ,'at'i OUr-iniKD.. and: X .:,'aT
Trw transaction '
largest property -* 'persons "'n i >-
: ; having or claiming
right: !; utl\ "'eel>,- .
in Bradford County recorded dm Ict s title lien or interest in or .
v f I : t llie following lands. ) Teli! *;::'.UI'
has extended education 'iiiy the month of July was the N ,:. ,. .\t1r4 I't .tdf''rd County. Florida situate to-wit: I', .' ;p .1 -0

and training benefits *foi Korean purchase of the Starke M'rtoi 4 'f All Wt' t-halr of '
I Quarter of Northeast hand 'hl r. ,
veterans by one year. so many 4'z 'fiirt by T. H. and W. S. Siade .- _'p Except all that part of South Uradf,'!" < .

veterans whose training rights ; J in Guy and Elizabeth Andrews acres of West-half of .. !' 2"! i i' 4
\ ci: yuarte' of Northeast ) Chaii-- '"
would expire on Aug 20 still have. Florida tax stamps place the value L ] : South and East Seaboard ; t
more time in which to take ad- ',)' the transaction at $106,000 I Line Railway Tight of war .' FI.rd.:, ,
i: Seition 31. Township 6 8out .: I 1-
vantage of them, according to Other property transactions during ,s1 Kange 2:! East.
A. J. Thomas Jr., county service the month were: LeRoy and \ I and tal h of you are
Ptied! that trill! of COUNCIL
officer. Mamie Geiger of Starke sold 4 3-4
hibeen filed in the. Circuit eo ; m >ei! AS a
The current bill. which tti-res on Highway 100 to Jame.s N .r Bradford Count). Florida, >
was | : i I'.u."ry. by Clyde \\-. Colson I re-election to :ne
passed during the last days of uid Agnes Roberta Davenport ot : !I., ,.'le E. Colson, his wife as Plaint the Septembei! .'it ,
Lake Butler for $4,000. t J ifand against you and each ,iMm
Congress sets
a three-year time
as defendants, that the served one term
lmit from educational Th. G.F.C. Corporation solO I .r[ -aid suit is to and '
discharge on #:; <" I feel that I
; ihe I title of plaintiffs. Clyde W. Coln HID
benefits. 7 82! acres with ft. frontageon
The had
previous law > anti Bessie E. Colson. his with
the !
U S. Highway 301 to Lewis N .., i| ptonlema
set a two-year limit. This means 14 the above described lands as
|II"t, r -imple title: and time: and beueve,
Smith of Tampa for 6000. Joyce you requir1
a veteran mnst enter
'd 1 to and ,
appear -erve a copy to well
education'or before T Futch of Bradford County sold :! I x ""I' answer and pleadings tin sene vou
training Aug Kussll Green and Countygent George T. lIug ins stand inGreen'i Mattorney... A. J. Thomas, Jr.. I will::! upre-
20 acres west of Lawtey to Laur- j
iO. 1954 three after discharge I.. .
years \ hi'-e addresi" Starke !
whichever is the later date. and lloyd Wiggins' .shoulder high" so> beans. The so> t.tte Bucholtz of Bradford County !j ". d i t" file the orig-inal of your anin and sup;">-

Thomas also stated that the. beans M-PHI to take to Bradford ( ounty soil, but dr> \w..tther has lor $1750. j I, I. "\ > pit ailing in the .'tfe .

"Direct Loan Law" has been ex- I hampered their full development i I' Acme Home Builders, Inc., sold i i'I | .

tended for veterans who wish to ja lot in the Bradford Heights Sub- TIIEY MADE CONCRETE IIARI IN THE OLD
[ 'I DAYS. Th
purchase a house under the GI! Beans aivision to R. P. and Frances Mc- solid tnicture of the concrett supports at Torode's Chevrolet Sell It Trade
to It
Bill. Thomas said that no veteranin Soy May Become 'Dream Crop'f I I Lendon for $1,300 an another one I a match for the crew \\lio worked four days dismantling Hasalmost the
to M. G. and Hanson R. McMil
this has been denied
an i roof over the

fOI opportunity a house. to get a direct loan I For Several Bradford County FarmersA f I lan Aneda for $1,000.Griffis \': bb of Starke I II I Torode gasoline Corner pumps. 1954 Naval m\ A

The law is designed for veteransin j I sold 80 acres between Starke and: I

small communltie who have ,!I Hampton: to J. T. Smithof Okee- i Program Extended Low Rates Good Easy To Place

limited access to loaning agencies.A crop that will grow untended velopoment oi. the seed. |Ichobee and H. J. Smith of Jack- ;, Needed By New I I

veteran can apply for a direct during the hot summer months The Jackson variety seed was sonville for $3.500. i A. A. Murphy Area Forester JO WORDS OR LESS. OXK 50c

Joan flora the Veteran's Admini- and yet will furnish the farmet I obtained from argonomist Thomas I The heirs and next of kin of Traffic Route iof i the Naval Stores Conservation'i EACH )

with feed for his cattle nitrogenfor Experiment Station at Quincy I Laura I. Powell sold four lots ]
stration. I in Program announced '
I today that ni' COl >T OF 15 PER CKNT : ni.RTJO'
his soil, and perhaps a little h. 'I-- Virth West Florida the J. M. Johns subdivision
Thomas said the VA | j .\ need for the Secretary of Agriculture approved -I!
rrans money a drainage point f
cash for his pocket -- sounds where it was developed. It is being j amounting to four acres for $1,900 j the 1955 Naval.Stm'es use .\ADDITION' FOR BLIMJ .' in I> .%I\ \1 t:
; on a "strickly business" basis I like a hopeful dream. But several i iI for Call St. and a plan to widen I proposed .I -
under to( Maude S. Fields of Starke.
grown certified standards
end that a applicant must meet | Court St. for Program on August 17th. \ .\ .
Bradford County farmers think a new through routein i I MEMORI.UIS CARDS OF 20 Per
so that the seed will be certified I Dave B. Griffis and Lucille Grif- i j.fis j. ( LineCOUNT
certain specifications. He said I Starke spelled the In making the announcement i|I
be the doom for
that soy beans might j if sold and Henry G. Griffis and Ida ( 5 \\ )
that the loans should be applied far j' commercially. I !a concrete roof over the gasoline Murphy stated that all the basic
answer. i Lee Griffis all oi -
Well in advance\ Thomas said farmers The crop can be grown far feed MaxvilJe sold pumps at Torode's Chevrolet Co. practices and rates of payment in I I
Nine Bradford County ja business lot in
Lawtey to James'
there is a 10 months waiting list of for the certified seed after a The structure took four days to I the 1954 program are retained in
with beans 'JL. and Lois A. Waters for A. J. Thomas Starke. Fla.
are experimenting soy spring truck crop. It I $3.000.1 the 1955 III ]
for th? application blanks. He requires no tear down. and workers are still I Program. In addition. SALE

said the VA moved rapidly after this year as a suitable crop to, additional fertilizer and it is aL!I Cleore M. Dowiiag and ,busy finishing the i the 1954 Program practices which j Ills I
spring i jDowling Sr. sold 1 1-2 lot in Dowl- up remodeling.II
the gap"between ::
( "bridge legume which adds
issuing an application blank to a to the nitrogen The corner at Torode'sill be provides a 1 1-2 cents per face :
j'truck and the planting of fall! ing Park subdivision to A. R. and FOR SALE Construction
crops I in the soil ..
veteran: and it usually grants or ; and' aids in smothering widened to take in about halfTorode's !payment for the ..:nitial use of ,
denies the crops. This yeaVs unusually dry I out weeds. I L.Phillis, E. Johnson of Starke for j' the with double- '
application within a might mar these first i $*"" !:of present property. spiral gutter jluaiu Biuu under ronhtrut'tioia.I'rirril !
nionin after it has been submitted. : weather Farmers who planted the Jack- :There will still be for i headed nails was broadened to j '. INI.IHI tu *I O.tMKI.IHI fur-
i room one
Agent Richard P. Jr. and Elizabeth
but County C.
attempts; I | ..I.hrul "ilk rir.-ulalinR hrntrr.hoi \
Tlu>.r.as urgc-j veterans to seek son bean this provide the same payment for: i
soy two
year 4 or gasoline the
George T. Huggins is convincedthat i Taylor; of Duval County sold to pumps near natrr heater electric slovr.rlrrlrir .
his assistance in securing direct I I are: Z. W. Hamilton: J. V. Ed- building. initial use of the varn apron with rrlriKrralur and \ rnrlianlilinds.
beans can be grown 'Billy F. and Ann Williams of i haven
loan. or educational benefits from soy wards Jr.. N. G Hayes .double-headed nails. The varn Ill for a down pa; meatot
successfully here in the future. I Floyd Jacksonville; a plot of land near Court St. will be widened and :(I\.OIH' In trlrrnnn and Hilun
the Veterans Administration. 1 I Wiggins, Russell Green. R. R.I I 1 I has of the ... ..
apron many advantages I
LAnarews Santa Fe 1 the a* .O.IHI to 'on-\ rlrran
hundred acres of soybeans i for 4800. corner of Court and Madison :!".: FKtTIIIRS:
Three |! and M. L. Lawson. : of the spiral gutter and is most Tilr or hard.t uiu.d fhiorx. 4arporlx
the county'' Alfred and Jessie E. Nielson of A.ve. will be rounded at the cor- .hrubbrr> and lann inrludrd. i Furred nails
W. C. T. U. were planted in werej!I I Farmers experimenting with other Lawtey sold to Thomas L. Jr. and ]tier near the E. K. Ferrymanhome. efficient when used on bark chipped rd.. ..... lionirx hate Ihrrr lied Floor Jjitamcie
this year. About 225 acr s i: varieties J. and of the latest I floors, Hot U.lrr
\ are: C. Sapp. J. R. faces. coon are pluloird -
Barbara :M. Casey of aJ J! I
Jackson:. Full n..... fir
-IT IS TilE HEIGHT OF FOL with the new dexiicnn in houxiDir. Kr dfor >
planted that'': Wainwright andJ. V. Edwards Jr. i
LTO HAVE A GOOD TIME .ariety which produce .seed All of the farmers except Sappplanted f;2O00. I that he would be glad to give in- j a month lluilt undrr the dlr.up"rl..i..n I Srhool Church.
AT TilE EXPENSE OF A GUILTY be sold commercially. The I ret .. of Urn K. Hall. fishnet

can I i 1 the '' Appli'at ions
following from interested j
crop comI contractors additional information -
Henry Kramer of Jacksonville !terested producers tell knonn Itnildrr and jI
well but dry ron tractor. I ,
CONSCIENCE. plants have grown mercial in bidding on this work \'( (
|I I vegetables. Sapp planted Naval 'G
the de- representing Setzers Super Stores I not to exceed 2 sets of drawings on the 1955 !

(NATIONAL VOICE.) eather has hampered % ,, his crop with field corn earlier purchased lots from the W. J. Ep- 'and specifications together with Stores:: Conservation Program or.i f.noo ""..>8

''in the year and had excellent payment( of $50.00 per set should he I Fnrm from C I arrra tu 4AO acre ; :( iBir ('811'*. M.....
and F. B. I i the naval
person heirs furnish advice to
: on I filed promptly with the architect as j I Priced for a Rood intrKtnirnt.oitrx I .
.growth: until dry weather affectedS'in I, Walnut Street for $10.500 and I II and the bidding material will lie stores and forestry practices best

'1 late May. I| $9,500 respectively. Setzers is :forwarded shipping charges suited to the producer's timber.and for super Mor.. '-'' or supermarket *M.NM 400
I led ct, as soon as available Any nude! apartmenthoufcrx : : ; <'8"(.. MoBthI
Many of the farmers wno made :|now erecting a $42,500 super- *? upon returning such set 1.01-1 nierrantilr halldh..". u' ..- I'I'I .Wi. -
ly and in good condition will be IIIK ItuxinrMK mnrrrnK. faumrx
a token this the site. :
planting on I
year hope ..
funded hi down payment and any Cornelia hattie and Miuall.Intektnr .
$Iarkt'. Florida Purchase
address pa}
to follow all crops with soy beans!' William E. and Grace G Big-I nonbidder upon so returning such I P. Long whose residence and

next year. The planting season is ham converted some of their holdings :art will be refunded 2500.. Bids addr- is Starke, Florida, Lois P.l'erryiuIan or home bur donUt in when com
on this work will be opened by 1' whose residence and address Irate MarUr, anlil )oa
from March 15 until June 15. l to Bigham Enterprises. Inc., Bradford County Hospital Corporation i is Starke, Florida Myra Darby -

with the earlier planting primarily at a value of 51000. i> I {| on the date named in the Peek whose residence and address !ottJ:
ff I, fication which will be t'peci-I I is Starke", Florida. S. L. Peek I D. Warren
.r crop and the later plant-:J |II I days, after the bidding .. ''Jr.. whosl" residence and address is
i ing best suited for commercial Twelve available for distribution. Starke.. Florida Frances I'. Ward A. J. THOMAS
Books Added j Lake CONST. CO.
Seed BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL whose residence and address is
purposes.The City. Florida Darby Peek. whoselesidence HKAI KSTATE DEALER

crop received wide publicity To Starke Library I| CORPORATION. and address is StarKe. 191 Temple .\a.. Telephoae 214MarLe Tele. 415-W
I MvLouise II. Kite. Secretary. Florida.: Julian L. Peek. '
!ast year when it was grown successfully 8/6 4t 8/27 residence and address is 1611 Camp- Florida ', Ha.
by Bailey Brothers in Twelve books have been received II | jbellton Knad S. W.l1a'Jta.. <5e>ugia '
[ Louise P. Sdyles, whose residence -
In The Circuit |
( Of
at the Starke Public "urt Florida.
Manon County. Several farmers :I j Library in.| Kishlh: Judicial (ircuit. land and address is Little Switzer-I I RADIOS REPAIRED I .
I the Woman's Club land. North Carolina llva Peek and MOWER for ..
from Bradford visited during For IfraJford Count;, In CNanrrry I I .nt
County the theC
i I month of August I !l'dl' \V. Colson and ) Wilson Peek, both of whose addressi All :Make All Model I Tiny's Service Sta-
Marion Courly plantings and I according to I'.essie E. Araconablr rbarcr caarantrrdCHtS. .
I| : Colson, His ) 520:! Knnbark Avenue. Chit-ago tfchg
Wainwright received quite a bit 'I Librarian Mrs. Jeanette Young. Wife, ) Illinois. August D. Juilliard. JamesM. rOS W. Call St. Starkc Ph. h3
of information about the I The books will be issued on a | Plaintiffs, ) Moore.. Augustus C. Baldwin. Andrew TED-Be"l price
crop ata vs. )Quiet Title. Flories also known asn- clean mtton rag*.
chance meeting with the Bailey I rental basis until they are paid' Florida Land And 1m- ) Etc. dl't'llIrius.. f;. Leroy Jones also wool. Telegraph

brothers.'f II' or. and then they will be issuec I !migration Company of ) I known as Ervin L. Jones Kmina J. Electric Motors I
I { Florida, et a I I. > Hammond Julia K. Jones, Erwin J.Bammcnd. I
free to library patrons. I Defendants ) Florin L. Jones > house In-
Soy beans services to : .
many the, ) and Smith tf
The books were: "Thelma" bvj I Florin II. Jones Lllewiyn I IJinev. REWOUND AND
'armer, plus the many commercial j OHIIKH IF PI lll.irtTIONM) also known as Slellwyn \
Caspary "King's Rangers" by* 'UTH.t: TO .tl'Pl- tit Smith Jones and also known asLiltlIwyn :, SERVICEDSmall OUOM JR.
purposes of the bean itself may'j! jlhe .State Of Florida ,' I ,
"Cuckoo Line" To: Smith Jones his wife. 01 K
Old Pictures Newspapers !mplant the crop solidly on the! ; by Carve. I' Florida Land and Immigiation 1'ierie A. I'.ernaid and Blam, 'he M !I ''I ASh HOGS

. farming schedule for. Bradford 1 "Spider King" by Schoonover"" I'k[ '(n"ivn'lilIlitHY.Ul'I."r of Florida. and its ,un- iHernard. his wife. if alland the1.unknown I Appliance Repair i \ -
"Twelfth Physician" trusn..s. sto K- .: spuuse of each of them if Wednesday
County in future years. by Gibbs. II holdeiami j otlin claimant.-l liv. ,alive, and if any nf them be dead General :Machine Work : Each Friday
I "Moment of the Rose" by Ken-jth i 1 1nedy. h in uidr it.: it.. the unknown spoii-e heirs dm.e. .- I
j Jsalicl i'. Kiti h. WTIIMieldfiue, ,. ,
"Golden Spiders" \ Sialltet-v Ifgatrcv .e-'ignCes. !
I by e
Other Historical Items Gideon Leader Speaks of Stout.j by'' ----- or f'.ur' rv"ni
: "Taming Carney Wilde" I All Work Guaranteed I I )' Curn,.,..- aI

I At Christian Spicer "A Kiss Before Dying I electric kiichen.
Church j
I i II Ii by Levin. "Whistling Shadow" by'' I Ieeley. GIRLS and BOYS" ] Reasenable Rates : ..Available. Hi-sain Aug. lid 1,
The placing of Bibles and Test- S "Cavalier's Cup" by Dick- 1 mile (room I all .t..
TilE TKLKGRAi'll: is Sevent- 'jments Gideons son, and "Love is Eternal" by I B".K 2-! '' tf' llg
by International RED SEAL
five .vars old. We are proud to i I i Stone. IJ. \\t
will be related to the T bed ajt.u11.( n''
hold the title of "The Oldest congregaI I .. : gla.-.st-d-ii- -le.-p-
ion of Starke Christian Church ELECTRIC & :MACHINE I; .
Weekly Newspaper In Florida I WAIXWRIOHT.. Md> .r I"mi
Sunday morning, Sept. 5. I ATTEST: SHOPr. ". 4.'b suuih'
lublished Continuously Under TIM CARL JOHNS, City Clerk Tuck > .\ut' < 'af-
The speaker will be F. R.
i tacher. tf
: S 13 4'OTICK ?
Same Masthead.
!, S a member of the Gideons ,| I I \V. CKAUDONOwner
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To mark our 5th (Diamond who was formerly executive sec- \ 10 AI'PF.nI Manager Ieu III. I.iine-t".n>-
> .retarr of the association at their work gujiantfi'
Juhll4't"nnl'f'NU) \\(" plan to'publish I I I In Circuit Court. Bradlord Coaal", I << .. |bne' .'- '"7.
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a spex-ial edition of historical :headquarters in Chicago. j I I Florida: I. Chancery. I 106 Washington write: I dener.il; !1" -
Announcement of the to 'Aurele Dupuis Plaintiff, vs. Mai- Starke, Ha. HI> i -1
interest renewing, as bestwe plans ,ig aret M. Dui>uis Defendant. r ______
have Mr. Sacher in the pulpit was L'a"e No. 10-u.; ; r jaL? L I i
can the growth and de\elop- ( OITUTlun HIM! I.\Ii':
Notice To 'pp..rlT.
ment of Starke and Bradford 1 made by Rev. J. E. Sherwood. .: Margaret M. Dupuivvlvnp ..... Foil .. \1.1: :I '".. E
VT\IIKK ItK CO. II r ( HJ-I lit 'l'':
the Telegraph ;pastor of the church. and the Official residence and addres.Ii: ; Weiiacowatt ...... .
County as well as I I giounds.
Ave, Lynn, MaVou *- ,
since 1879. Board. I are Hereby notified that a': : Start the New School Term with a tyl 'MK.N; \\' WANTKU;" ','ral' week girls I lake. On"f bath"tli-->
The distribution of Scripture on tult forIiv.ree. i! to ma 11 po.tl'ard'l"r, .
: ,, on King-l > at
Care. Custody and Cun- I \Voik. li"iiie spare tune. B-II'C Nine.VV'ttertown
We would like to ha\r<< representatUe I 4-< la'. I la.
he part of the Gideons totals'i j I trot of Minor Children I'I I Mass. 4tp 9/3 r-.n-

collection of old pictures of I over 26,000,000 copies and nas been filed agajusi )uu in the FOUNTAIN PEN ......" Sr f..1 ap
fr'l above named Court and cause and 1 i iTHK lET buy in town teguiarSmutintuun
personalities and place of Starke I Sacher will tell many of the you are required to serve a copy ot I I I $_"'.:.II Ace Spring foraloiuIy .
and Bradford County for publication mg instances of the "power of fjrour answer or pleading tu thr ) by 1: $ 112.95 while they laxti'.til : opens III
1. 1954: l:
I the Plaintiff's I I 1 121. Shade ljs 4'... :!:,'hor IF ,*; "icistr
in this Jubilee Edition. The the Gospel" in contact with individuals complaint on IIin.Vitliarn D. M I : to 12 n..T.. Mrs
Attoiv= 2tl i .'7
older the better! We are f"1M"I I in this nation and others. gan. ;ill; Clark Building I..r-I I 111t s..E-2: gauge Marlin shotduhk

daily interested in pictures of pre- I He will speak -at the 11 a. m. and sunv file'ille the, original Florida in the office of I I, Kiin.Killrnt ,'.,ndit barrel ion. $6 over-under.:>. Citntart: KeMrii 8'rnun ted
1900 mintage, bit they must be in i morning worship hour. the Clerk of O'e Circuit Court 01 E& I 1.Rtk..r.. Ph. 3544. P (I. P.ox 'e disan .- fiom
.r before the I II I I *1. K-vf-tone Height". Fla. UpKOI should have .,tit-
fairly good condition for repro 13th day of September, 1134.jtherwlse ; Il Jame K.\ -I"""
duction. Bring them in and let Draft Board Open the allegations ol aaidComolaint I II 1[: ; LE-G..d used !4 inch boysIf. <> :;1)1. ofii, r tV'<
will > e taken as contess i iI hi", \. ii'-- tire-- and fiil-- with Post Office I
tu see what you hate. Wt"11I I I I ;d by you I, t basket; Call I P Franklin Uitch. L'M. S I"1

take: << good rare of them ana return Monday And Tuesday This notice snail be publisheD i I HP
.>nce each week for four consecutive i STTDIo Kef-
them after using. I weeks in the Bridford County Tele | r and Th-
i The office of Local Board 18. Practical Pens !LOTS Filit SALE-Four i!U:: ft. i I "rv
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srapn in", ft six l.liwk.s of pus Office thru A"Il" 'I 1 Sill I
We uoultl ulso appreciate if .. Selective Service. will be open I I Dated thi llth day of August I I 9 I $"i">ft each or trade for Jacksonville Phone 215-W

"old timers" would search their I 1 Monday and Tuesday' next week'I I'j 1954iOFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. _van ''I I II property. 1733 Hyde Park I Hrhe

attics old trunks dresserdrawers according to Mrs. Dorothy Tilley i I j I Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the Circuit Deputy Cour n..rVI I for All Writing % I I II I l I"ad. ksonvilie. Fla. 2tp 9'3 I ". :2 l..dr..11, I
is fill By for rattle ;51"1 >- -
who !
etc. and with! ,of Green Cove Springs I I
come up ::1 I S/13: 4t S I TH IKK 1'\BY Pins taken up at m) for rattle ran' '
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:, ing" in while Bradford County, 4 I nlai'cm,'e Jim- Owner maihave I aid $) 'in
Hd issues of TilE TELEGRAPH. aoyiime
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I clerk. Mrs. Rhoda Dampier. is inj I \OTHK TO APPKtR IIIet I. S..2$ II I identifying. and pa 'i July 195:> S!.">QO
We have in our files issues almost I|| In Cirrnit Court. Bradford Coua.,'. I II I t..r UI' k..p't"'I.. Cr.La"' I .. balan'e .iiI !,'-
i the { I. ( .
complete back to 1900. and hospital. Florida: ksucery.Jose I fy 1 at Stark.- P.inlrf- tI
Piedad ,
Alvarez. Plaintiff vs.
I Persons having businessith( r write P I' B<>x f
some before that. but we would !'Fernandez Alvarez Defendant. i Ft( .K KKXT; -Furnished 4 room pt I ;; "i
the draft board next week are Case No. 10-634 is .
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the '
like to ha\e 1."u4"of the lS80's '..tiN' Choose I J I 'J uiy painted Private hath anu I I
urged to see Mrs. They on these T"pp..r fri.nt and bark entranr Phiuni S.. WANTED _

and would 90'be",. a if rare any discotery.are found.indeed It I I two days. I .whose To: residence Itedad Fernan-Ie and address Alvarez is' San E N I ?' I j' right point 3: ;: --i I r::17V. Call St. (- : Beach tf

Candas. Asturia Spain.
Four men are called for induc \ : Two
if someone should come up with You are hereby notified that a "ii ( for the 'FI.I! : I XT-Thr..t' room eff..menesrarmm1ent I or three
(4/J9 way >d hou-e
7. Leaston ? I..T.
tion on Sept. They are suit for 1 I. upstairs All! eaicpiflri
Vol. I. No. 1 the first issue of : %94. ltD
Hl"rbert..Fors'th.'olunteer.. Hampton Divorce custody control and !: furnished $15 per week A I

THE TELEGRAPH published in : Eustace Lee Kelly Jr., : support of minor children :: /i'* ? you write. i \.n. !nn :2tp 9 1 : In H.II".1| bT .
MiltonJ j has been filed against you in the ., .,
In fact would he so trifi H' i ; '
1879. -
we "Ttvp
Earl Donald O nner. : 'above named Court and cause and E /I'i by number 3 i.i "T--< '" r al.mit .'i'ut 1 I'I I ln4rtt,..ii!
|,teas I your answer or pleading to the complaint ro I.r.cr or,.plac. w C3J < '.1' |I' ri ,\IJ,' -I I I. 1- ., ii' fi ttamf.'d, ",,
Usiie.! we would pay the person 3, <.m H.gi! t\ t !
I on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. ",.tol1youdo ,, .. lr I'M, .',- -' ,- -.,r. J It
bringing it in a reward of $'!j. Frank Landrum. Starke. Florida ,ib ..- ....* 10I .
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> OF FI.ECTIOX |and file the original in' the office off 1
So look around folks and M I. J. R. Wainwright Mayor o the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .
what with. Bring tarkt>. Florida. by virture of the I or before the 13 day of September, .1
jou come -a .4.-
up authority vested In me by )"w. d loh$4| : : otherwise the allegations of __
Jour "collector's !items" in and brt'llall an election to be held '!taid Complaint will be taken as i?:; IL

help us make this 75th .\nniH'rhar 13t the> City Hall in the aforesaifl confessed by you. \ ;
town by the qualified This notice shall be publisher r FOR REAL ESTATE
Edition of TilE TELF.GIl.Vrilsomething 'Tuesday. September M 195, for once each week for four consecu : ;; BUYERS Bit IKS lot all tUua ot Und and ,
to be prized for bears |.ihe purpose of electing the following live weeks in the Bradford Ci-unt; of buunnt plain amvuic from n- I
officer: Telegraph. "bue. Yearly hundreds of thousand 01 !;
to come.BRADFORD I THREE .U.DEmtA.ron Dated this 11 day of August. 1 4OFFlCLti I Catalog! circulated by advertising: in over &00 newspaper on hghwiT i
TWO TEARS. < SEAL) Charles A. Darb I signs and Ibroullh STRUT Bug Cn, 0Ii>ccs. Lh T wui property 1.
I Inspectors of said election: Clerk of the Circuit Court / NOW and enio the benefit of STROUT-S turcebful National
Ray StoneF By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk .decmstng proTam at no addiuoa.d "*. NO SALE NO ?.\i. Boollrt HOW !
'r.. Hemingway &/13 4t 9. ? STROUT SELLS mailed ftre.STROUT.

COUNTY TELEGRAPHPhone W Mrs M.Pearl Edwards HurnhamI. .\U\ FI1TISEMETIn : *. 4 REALTY AGENCIES '

I .. M. Gaines ( or about Monday, August 9. E Special Point No. 1551 For Students World's Largest OJJicet Coatt-to-Ccxut S1nto X900
,i In testimony whereof. I hereunto'suliMnbe 1954.! drawings and specification
!' my name and cause the ,for the construction of Bradford SEE. WEHE oa PHOKE ,

seal of the town to be hereunto a if-j County Hospital at Starke. Florida.
29 Starke Fla. fl\.-d. this 8th day of August, A.D.. "',will be available for distribution to i Bradford County Telegraph IALAAAAAAALAAALAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&A&Al j F. C. HOLLINGSWORTH, RepresentativePhone

1954. central contractors by Goin and
t r'FlCIAL SEAL) Moore Architects. 518 It E. 4th I 25 Starke Fla.
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-"- """: Avenue. Gainesville Florida. '

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