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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I :Care For Our Cemetery BRALFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH


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VOLUME 8FA'E.Vfl'.SIX ST.\RKE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1934 NUMBER EIGHT

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A County Schools Off.To Quiet Start, ; Grim Reminder For Weekend Drivers State Opens Bids





-_ Enrollment Up At Starke Elementary On Three County



First day at Bradford County ( the increase of students in the

ra schools went off quite smoothly !'lower grades. First day totals Paving ProjectsThe

but increased enrollment in Starke were: grade 12. 85; grade 11. 130
I
has placed a severe strain on: grade 10, 145; grade 9, 129; grade State Road

A lonely tombstone (upper left) appears lost in a bed of weedthat surround it at Crosby! Lake. available classroom facilities. S, 100; grade 7, 127; grade 6 136 has announced low Department
bidders
Cemetery. A bouquet of roses! (upper right) has! much of its charm spoiled b>' ugly weeds that hove. i 1 School Supt. Harmon P. Morgan grade 5 145; grade 4, 130: grade three Bradford County road on

near it in a neighborhood lot. On the right, a once, tall, stately tombstone ran barely be seen among aid that no major problems came ,3. 173; g.-ade 2, 163; grade 1 162 but County Attor.. Hollis projects -

tines and needs that boon hide it from tilt,. up Monday and he estimated that End 10 exceptional students % V Knight says two of the y bids

he would not have accurate coun- + Partin said that grades 9 and s may be held up since they
lJyM N were
The eleventh in a series of article in which the Tdt"grallhill \-wide enrollment totals until 10 are large because of new higher than expected.

explore some of the good and bad points about Starke. .' ':ext! week. students enrolling in Bradford Burton Walker Construction
F
?arks Elementary School'sTS' I nigh after completing the
THE QUESTION HAS BEEN ASKED BY SEVERAL T .wXS- = junior ('(I. Plant City, was low bidder
to high in other
r tin enrollment jumped schools in the couny. -
I'EOPLE: WHAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT THE: DISGRACEFUL m 1.6 miles of paving in Stark
925 this year: compared to 881 ( The Heilbronn and Hampton c.- a
APPEARANCE OF CROSBY LAKE CEMETERY Most of the job consists of
I enrollment schools teach the : paving
last vear First day through eighth
One of the foremost problems facing the citizens of Starke to- SR 100 from the south city limits
>t the Bradford High was about I and the Lawtey and Brook- -4'
day appears to be the need for adequate care and maintenance.. of 'he same as last year.Principal trade teach through thr north and west through the town.

Crosby Lake Cemetery. tOne ninth grade. About 400 ft. of the job will be the

the down, weed-infested i e } A P. T. Noun of the paving of SR 200 (US 301 from
trip through run burying ground is Elementary School said his big- Starke Elementary School may the

proof enough that the resting place of our dead is sorely neglected. 'est problem is finding classroom prove to be a girl's paradise as point where it is presently
being widened
Broken fences, high weeds, and other signs of neglect blot out the fig 'Dare He said that the Starke boys outnumber girls by 495 to further south to south of Starke

work done by individual families to make the cemetery more attraitlvt. j$ x, .. 51'hool has overflown into the 430. This bumper crop of boysis ;\ ''Alligator Creek. the The bridge bid over
was
Yr also
to
r tarke: Armory, the old canning good news athletic 253817.

The appearance of the cemetery : "t- ,{ : 'lant ?nd the school's window- coaches. .

has led several Starke citizens to'over $80 WO to set up such a fund. !!'i'ii.j -'_.r..; _.1.1.1. 'ess visual aids room. The USOis j Attendance at the two Starke relied The to two was jobs 3.6 that miles Knight re-
schools show continual
a post war paving on
begin looking for a way to correct An organization might be formedon ; I b ins; used at full capacity again the Gnffis
Loop road
.
The ": J'j.'t1 gain. First day attendance was southeast of
the situation. problemof '" ; this
a year-to-year basis in which "" year.Principal i?
f't. tarke. and
t; 1,641 this with 23 miles of
providing adequate and con .. .r .,,_.V;. :.:' 4. year as compared pavingon
C. S. Partin
the necessary $2,000 to $2,500 couldbe *' .. .."'=!"'.:
SR-237
,
.. high I' 1,594 last year. i M6 in 1952, and from the Santa Fe
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tinual maintenance is not an easy -
enrollment at the --- -
raised for ( i first day
,
a well-equipped ..;...... .,...... ... j' .:- 1)392) in 1951.tharch : River north to SR 18 in Hampton.
solve, but most communities .MIll
one to permanent caretaker.If I .4L. i I school to increase this week from I i L L. Hall Construction
of I I | Co. was
method
usually find some home ideal to have a spring midsummer 716 to a figure near the school'sI low
stablished
a were near- I Ij"book" { bidder on both jobs His bid

achieving it. by, a caretaker might be found I and fall working so that I count of 788 students who Of Dimes was $117.918 on the GriffIs Loop

Five alternatives are presentedas who would maintain the cemeteryfor i the cemetery would be presentable i I were registered last year or added I (] road and $93.429 on the Hampton
solution to the problem. rolls the
the
a to during summer. '
throughout the
a very reasonable rate. He i year. Road

Each but has successful its merit solution and its may pitfalls be,(should be backed up with a well, | 5)) County and city assistance : Attendance by grades shows Ij II | Drive ExtendedStarke Knight said that the State Road

a grass seed, shrubbery, tools, and t i lit was proposed that the city takeover I Board might accept Hall's bid
found in one or all of them. Theyare !G. R. Sanders Charged I or
other supplies if he is to work at i the operation of the ceme- they might readvertse the two

as follows: top effectiveness. He should also tery: but it is obvious that cemeteries :With Assault On Wife jobs, He said readvertising would
It Individual care of lots. "
be provided with proper adminis- are not a reasonable func- emergency larch of t mean a few weeks' delay.

Crosby Lake Cemetery is presently ,trative care to insure and direct ,, tion of city government. City and i! Glenn R. Sandeis was arrested Dimes" drive has been extendedfor
I .
cared for in this manner, Knight said that the county's
being his efforts. j county governments might be ableto b> Sheriff P. D. Reddish Wednesday one week in hopes of receiving

and it has proved unsuccessful.This 41 I Cemetery workings. If no' aid the cemetery through use night and placed in the county more contributions said BenedictFinzer NO OXE WAS KILLED but these two severely damaged cars I schedule road program, was proceeding on
I and
over half the
method based a per- -
is upon means can be found to establisha lof their equipment and personnel fail on a charge of assault with intent drive chairman. Finer should serve as a grim reminder to those who plan to drive overLabor preliminary
a cemetery lot as he contributions had work has been done on
son buying said that mail
permanent caretaker for the during one of the "workings" men- to rob. Sanders reportedly I' Day weekend. This accident happened at Highland betweena all of the
real
would an ordinary piece of been disappointing, but he hopesto county's secondary road
cemetery periodic cemetery work- tioned above. struck and robbed his invalid southbound truck and a north bound car. No one was killed, but projects.
He is then expected to j
estate. funds clubs
receive from civic
ings can rid the place of its major. The final solution will rest with wife, and he was preparing to I the driver of the truck and the woman riding in the front seal of the
maintain it as he would any other '0 end from Sunday's collections in Five months was set as a goal:
eyesores. These workings are not the citizens of Starke and Bradford -,leave! her when arrested. I ('art're seriously injured. "
I for the
completion of all
property the churches. prelim-
Sheriff Reddish said he recovered -
designed for grass planting and I County who have loved ones ,
2Care> by a private concern. I Sanders Finzer said he had not totalled inary work on the county's 10
other major projects, but they are in the cemetery. They can provide -: a diamond ring that
Many cemeteries sell perpetualcare received so far from coin Five Persons Highway Patrol secondary road projects back in
I effective in wiping out tall weeds.rarr'ing I it with as much or as littlecare is said to have taken from Ills money ,
as part of the funeral lot. collectors but he hoped that more June when the projects were
off trash and conductingminor as they choose, because the''wife's hand. He also recovered a
DeWitt C Jones advises that the repair work. :I success or failure of any projectwill pet parakeet. Sanders also reportedly funds would be raised during the :Escape Death Adopts Special started. Three months have now

size of Crosby Lake Cemetery the telephone next week. The drive was originally 1 i gone by.Since .
out
Such a program might be start- depend directly on how much ripped
would, probably make this method that his wife could scheduled to end on Sept. 1. : In 2-Car Wreck \Holiday Plansi June 1 two of the pro-
ed on a "give a day's pay or aday's the are! tiling to sacrifice to sec n the house so
unsatisfactory since the cost for Finzer pointed out that the I iects are already past the preliminary
work" basis. It would be hat the job is done not call for aId.
lots would be extremely high. It ..Ainty's three polio cases were I. i stage and Into the construction -
Five persona miraculously escaped The Florida Highway PatroJ/ has
i
Is estimated that the cost of this the largest number in its history I stage. Contractors are already -

care would be at least $450 would extra TORNADOES TAKE TO WAR PATH (Ugh) \On a national level the polio I collided death head when on at a Highland car and truck Fri-I I Holiday"scheduled for another the long Labor"OperationI Day at work on the Rosier Road

lot. This
for an eight-grave cases totaled 9.185 through July ay afternoon. Both vehicles were weekend, and major civic dub rear Lawtey and the New Hope

also do nothing to correct the 1 ''.l. which is 20 per cent larger badly damaged in a freak accidentin "members invited to ride with Church Road near Brooker.

present situation in lots that have Stage Heap Big .. :ban the average number of cases I which both cars ended up on i state troopers are to see their effortsto The Griffis Loop road and the

already been purchased with no I ,i or the same period in the. last the wrong side of the road. Hampton road will be assigned
lives the roads of
Scalping Party save on
provision for perpetual care. : t lye years. I A report by State Highway j-o the contractor shortly unless
Florida.
31' Community financing. In Friday Afternoon i More than $!,.OO.ooo in emer- I Patrolman G. R. Andrews states I the State Road Department decides -
was formed to sent to local Persons interested in riding with to readvertise them.
1910 a corporation ency aid has been that the truck was heading south I

provide for the care of Crosby As a build-up for their season's''' a chapters: by the National Foundation. on US 301. The driver was at- the Highway Patrol can contact The survey and plans arp complete -

Lake Cemetery. It evidently met opener with Macclenny here on'' sr Much of this money was ear- tempting to make a l left turn into Patrolman C. Musgrove at tele- on the Starke and Lawtey

with little success for it is nonexistent marked for research and education Griffis' store, and he was in the phone 268-J to make arrengements. street paving projects. Surveyswill

today, but the idea still September 17 some 20 braves of left lane of traffic going at an Musgrove welcomes riders at be completed this week on the

bears investigating A permanent the Tornado tribe donned feathers t Polio vaccine has been given to estimated speed of 50 to 55 m.p.h. any time during his 12 hour day road from Graham to the Alarhua

corporation would require a and paint and went ,on the w ar- 425,000 children out of the funds The car was heading north at a over the holidays. County line and on Road 225 to

fund enough to maintain I laboratories of 50 to 55 m.p.h. When the Labor Day will also wind upa Conner Bridge. Deed
trust large path down Call Street last Friday j and a network of are j speed work shouldbe

the cemetery with its interest.I afternoon, climaxing their weird I 44 ; set up to evaluate its results. If(I driver saw the truck in his lane 24-state summer long drive to completed on the road running

11 IS estimated that it would take, t the vaccine proves successful, the I I swung the car to the left lane save lives in the "Slow Down and west from Heilbronn Springs this
-itual with a public "scalping"of avoid collision. I Live"
'' money spent this year in its development -I a program. week

Starke Lists I Kenneth (Hollywood) Elder. Ltt will aid in the reduction : The truck driver, suddenly notic- I Comdr. H.N. Kirkman said that i Knight said that this rapid progress -

member of the squad. I of the overall campaign ing the car approaching, tried to ; he has extended the invitation to' has been made possible
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; I swing back to his right. The right : press radio and TV reporters and through the
Voters nothin' I against polio in the future. 'I cooperation of the
1,675 "We Elderexcept
i got against
4. I sides of the two vehicles collided. photographers to ride with the citizens along the right-of-ways

his Hollywood hairdo" one i Patrolman Andrews termed the the Labor
troopers during Day and the untiring efforts of the
For City Election/ / : Container Corp. i cause of the accident as the truck which will be of the I
crew-cut membei of the squad c.\- Kaflving around the courthouse! steps, Tornado braves ga'e"ird holiday one I State Road Department.

It one half of the city's 1675 plamed "We just s> alpe.i him to \\:whoops before moving on to nearby barber shop where scalping ,I Gives 100,000jSeedlings |(the driver road.being on the wrong side of I I longest of the year. I

registered voters were to go to show how weir /;;:anne deal M Analisa P. MacConnie of
14. it wouldprolablv i iI j Long It has been in force for several
he! polls on Sept. others it
iI
as whoop j
up.
i I iI I Island, N. Y., received a fractured Was First Person
break all previous le- iI I Bradford County farmers, 4-H ,wears and during that time thou- !
I IF IY I right pelvis and deep cuts in her
i.trdfor the city's "off yeai" oY I[Club members and othei' persons skull. She was taken to St. Vin- ,sands of club leaders and members iTo Get New License

elections t Only 664 votes w,-re.as nterested in growing pine trees 1! cent's Hospital in Jacksonville. have ridden with troopers and even I

.. two years ago for the three ,an obtain free seedlings this year ,The other occupants of the car assisted them as they worked the:| John Gus Wynn was the first

('Its Council posts which are being donated by Container 'were her husband, Walter C. Mc- heavy highway holiday traffic. |jto receive his new 1955 driver's

This year five men ate running : Corp. of Amorira. Connie Jr., and Joan MacConnie "Operation Holiday" is observed l license Wednesday morning at

tot the three posts umbents County Agent George T. Hu; ,from Long Island: and Doris Mac- during all major celebrations, such l I County Judge Theron A. Yawn's

.lame.-. A Lewis L 0 Hazen and ),ms sad: that 100,000 seedlings are Connie of Brooklyn, N. Y. The as July 4. Labor Day, Christmasand i office. Wynn was waiting when

Ewell Lawson are seeking reelection available this year compared tor i were treated for bruises. New Year's. It is during the[ the office was opened so that he

.lerrv ne .n 1953 and only about 10.- operation that all troopers leaves,
against challengers The truck driver. Floyd Stanley ,and his wife would have the honor

Gay and W H. (Rillv Noeeel COO in 1952. Container Corp. of Layport 45, of Bartow had 40 'nd vacations are cancelled and It|of receiving the first two licenses;

The record vote for city elet- Amerca is also making seedlings stitches taken for deep cuts in the men go from a nine to 12 hour -issued in the county.

'urns stands at 1,139 during 1951 available, in six surrounding counties -{both knees. He was also treated day, or around the clock on en-I j Driver's licenses will be on sj'e!

bu'' the heavy vote usually is 0'" tor bruises forcement if it becomes necessary. ;;,during the month of September a'!
I .., The normal cost of seedlings is
tallied when the offices of mayor J the judge's office.
\ -\i) S3,50 per 1000, so that free seedlings -
chief on RAfter
iuVrk I and police are
can save Bradford County

the I'his ballot year's election will de- growers $350. Huggins said that Big Dad Employees Enjoy Picnic Stores, Public Offices
'
-< \ farmers can apply for the seedlings
vtinine a majority on a City 6a Closed Labor Day
through him. He said R F
( '''"!\. i! that faces some of the : i
.... J Demorest and Clyde Hersey hat
est in Starke's his- .. : t Stores will bp closed in Starke
olg problems already applied for seedlings : 4r (
:
+ y 'n Labor Day. according to
Irving
tui, \ The Council will probably ,{ Seedlings); are normally plantedat ,
consider such problems as expanding y Robbms. chairman of the merhant's -
"" 680 to the acre. Huggins said
the city's power plant: the best for dining division of the Chamber of
season planting is
After barber clipped the sides. Elder's teammates worked over the ceremony Victim Kenneth "ommerce. City Clerk Carl
crei :mjr a new water tank; improving December or the first part )f
the water topknot with tommJ hawk borrowed for the occasion from Duokj's."Ugh Elder (limn> into his foot- Fohns announced that City Hall!
city's power January when there is a great deal
and sewer distribution systems; Ugh Elder not look Hollywood no more" grunted Chief Scalp- ball gear and makes plans forgetting of moisture in the ground. l I vill be closed Monday.

in. adoption of city taxes; and rnigood. some )Iacdenn)' !>calp.... II Clerk Charles Darby said that
I I the County Courthouse will be
manother problems that are
: County No-Fence

being! forced to a head by Starke's Football Team Begins Contact Drills games. He said football: usually j dosed Monday, and the County

rapid expansion. helps with the expenses of other Law Determined | Commissioners will hold their

Absentee ballots can be obtained By Fall Ballot regular meeting on Tuesday, :n-
sports that are normally losers | .44 stead of Monday.
,
it City Hall until 5 p,m., Wed- Bradford High football team Coacn Hobos: l.sts!: the folic ving I rrI ,

ol'sda" Sept 8. put on the "pads" Monday and began tots for equipment: game pants. Coach Hobbs had' 34 prospects Voters in Bradford County. will | r -l d ,ptt School Supt. Harmon P. Morgan

I the vital bodily contact drills S19, helmets S16 shoes. $16: gamo putting on suits Monday but he decide on Election Day November i I % -aid that the Board of Public Instruction -

Harmon P. MorganHas in an effort to be ready f jr the jerseys t i2> $1050.: shoulder pads. till has 44 candidates out for 2, whether the county is to have a G meeting would be held

Tornado's first game with Mac- J14; hip pads. JS.; thigh pads. $5 football. The other 10 boys must f ;F : on Tuesday instead of on Monday.
county-wide No-Fence Law or not
Rotary ProgramA !clennv on Sept. 17. Coach James practice pants. $5: knee pads. $3:
take out and have theireligibility
insurance :
i Hobbs got a two-day jump on and practice jerseys, $2. The total as Clerk of Circuit Court Charles I First Baptist Church

talk on Rotary classifications |i,,previous years because of a new ''cost of this equipment runs ta cleared before they can i!A. Darby announced this week that -.-,

Wag'1'en at the Wednesday I,rule that permits a team to wear'''$109 and Coach Hobbs said that wear uniforms. Only eight lettermen !i there will be referendum and spec- I '- Ends Revival Sunday

luncheon meeting of the club by uniforms on the first day of school. the school and the boys pay over have reported for practice ,ial ballot on the in the '-1." I
question The First
Harmon Morgan, classification :j:I The traditional day for wearing j I I II $10 for socks tape. repairs and this fall so Coach Hobbs is undergoing i,coming election. Several Big Dad employees are seen digging In to their picnic I Ii i Starke Baptist Church of

chairman j i)[,uniforms is Sept. 1. The new rule :'other! miscellaneous items. a major rebuilding job. He;. The Bradford County Cattleman'a lunch of hot dogs, baked beans coleslaw, and other delicacies at the will end its nightly revival
Morgan pointed out how Rotarv'In specifies that uniforms may be, Coach Hobbs said it cost between I meetings Sunday with a
annual Dad
Association. and the Brad- first Big picnic Sat iu daj.
designed to represent a cros's ,,worn on Sept. 1 or on the first $3,000 and $4,000 to field a says the competition: is wide open ,ford County Soil Conservation I Homecoming service and a dinneron
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section of the community's business ,day of school. I I|i football team for a school the size for first string positions. I the grounds Sunday afternoon
Supervisors both urged the Board '
We and therefore, cannot .! Coach Hobbs said fully uniform- of Bradford High. This includes !The last revival service will beheld
I cf County Commissioners that the About 200 persons enjoyed the beans, cake, potato chips, cold
take in too many members from ing a football team of over 40 players :!:marking and upkeep of the football Singing ConventionBradfordUnion I i( Sundav night.!
j ji question be decided by ballot. first annual Big Dad picnic for i drinks! and other picnic fare furnished -
am classification.. is an expensive job. He estimates field cost of uniforms and I Evangelist :Marvin V. Stedham
I I i State employees and their families held the
He said that one object of' that it takes $120 per boy ,equipment and traveling expenses.It singing conven-I Representative Doyle E. ; by company. 'I'hag been preaching nightly since
: last Saturday at Gold Head Branch
Conner stated
that if the
uniform team. Some of does not include recently Another big event happened at fill Aue 22. The
Rotary's Golden Anniversary to fully a the salaries : \ Rev. L. D. Haines
yearis tion will meet Sunday, Sept. 5, at majority of voters decide to havea State Park. A picnic for the plant'colored s I Bg: Dad this week
when
Cliff
the three has
be coaches.
to increase I the items can passed along ot j been song leader for the serv-
membership ten 'i 2 pm in the Raiford Baptist ;, county-wide No-Fence Law that employees will be held this 1 ,Suttle, plant announced
) throughout the globe from year to year, but t>equipment Coach Hobbs says that football manager :ices.I .
tee !
and Church Everyone interested in he will introduce a bill to that effect -Iweek. 'a five per cent raise for all hourly
urged members to be on the alert such as shoes and practice togs are usually more than pays for itself I FundaY's Homecoming service
gospel singing is urged to be in the session! of the The
present coming picnic was highlighted by sI i employees. The pay raise went in- will
to worthwhile prospects. usually worn out in a year or less through gate receipts at home legislature lunch I of hot dogs coleslaw bakec 1 to effect Monday begin at 11 a.m., and will be
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i iI the Air Force Academy.The r I cated to certain State, which are Mitchum and Monroe ens Mitchum and Miss Monroe to t
I based! on each State's I II i
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOLDEST Academic Curriculum is 11 propor-
I the mercies of warring Indians. i I
'tionate representation in The Con-i I Star in CinemaScope
:
x Report
THE SAME MASTHEAD composed of two main areas -I i' I Mitchum plays the part of a i
FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER gress. I '
I the Social-Humanities Division and At Florida Theatre !father in the film to 10-year-old

rublisned every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under the Scientific Division. Basic eli-I' Interested young men who have I Tommy Rettig. The trio escapesCalhoun's j
from j rot already done so snould express Robert Mitchum and Yaril'nIonroe .
the Aet of March 3, 1879. R gibility requirements for appli- treachery by maneu-
their interest to
cants are as' follows: The individ- :\ finally teamed up in what verying a raft down a rapids-filled }
I man Matthews Congress-\\Hollywood terms "the
perfect .
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -- MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ual must have attained the age rtvet.The f
: Congressional pairing of two dynamic
Congress : of 17 years and must not have personali- trio eventually meets up
initial class the Air Force I
f entering I ties" in "River of No Return"
reached 22 as of 1 July of the year
I Academy in July 1955 must be 'playing in the with Calhoun ana the final hrt't
Road CinemaScope at
Versus BuildingWith
Secondary Primary admitted to the Air Force Acade-
works come off with
a sensa-
received at the Office of the Ap- Florida Theatre Sunday Monday,
'I
by BILLY MATTHEWS my. He must be a citizen of the tional finish.
I Branch to 5
pointment prior p. and Tuesday.
Bradford County's surplus gas tax pledged for a million dollar bond issue for its United States of good moral I I As
m.. Eastern Standard Time. 18 a honky-tonk singer in tl/
secondary road building program, it may be well to review the matter of financing our Congressman D. R. (Billy) character must never have been Mitchum is a homesteader in
February 1955. The final selection picture. Marilyn sings: "One SiiDoUar" -
Matthews announced today that married, and must be medjcally I the Canadian Rockies, and Miss
road building.
300 Force cadets for
of the Air
construction of Road the first class of Air Force cadets qualified for flying training. Monroe the first he ver 'Tm Gonna File My
Back in 1922. a $550.000 bond issue was floated to pay for the the first class and subsequent I is woman ;! I
200 and a system of graded roads, and in 1926 an issue of $450,000 was brought out to 'will be admitted to the Air Force Matthews stated that each I classes will be made by the Air sees in six months. She is broughtinto Claim, "Down in the Meadow, 1

pave Roads 100 and 16, and to complete a graded road system in the-county. The Academy at the temporary loca- Member of Congress may selectup Force Academy Admissions Board. camp by a gambler, Rory I and the popular title tune "River

total of these two loans was one million dollars and the rate of interest was 6 per cent. tion at Lowry Air Force Base. to ten nominees in any man- Calhoun who immediately aband- of No Return" 1 1I.
Colorado in July 1955. This class ner he desires. Appointments as CARD OF THANKS
However the depression of the early 30s almost bankrupted Bradford County along 1
will consists of 300 Air Force ca- cadets will then be I I wish to appreciation -
Air Force express my "*
in the state and the bonds were in default, until they were refinancedwith I a to.' t. + &>: ilHI\I* "uJrtaiii.: .M;'A' r *K\
with most counties '
dets. made among these qualified can- to my friends for their \ vv'f\ '1!
lower rate of interest. 4 1-2 per cent. and extended time in which to pay. ) IIY1V11'1 {
a 011f
-- Upon graduation, members of didates in order of merit as es- i thoughtfulness expressed by flowers
By 1942, though, the financial condition of BradfordCounty. I class will receive a BS degree, tablished by competitive examinations i- I cards, and messages during I' ENJOY

as well as others became so critical that the people Ithe in accordance with the I the time I was in the hospital in'
Red commissioned second lieuenants
BugsFor be
fifth and i number of cadet vacancies allo- Jacksonville Ted Connell. : .1 SUPERCOOLmmns
adopted an amendment to the Constitution adding a tin the Regular Air Force, and I

pure, unadulterated cussedness I sixth cent to the state gasoline tax, which now, by the way, J will be -rated Aircraft Observers. DAYTDNA
for downright meanness!!, and
i is seven cents a gallon. All cadets will recr"e indoctrination -
for causing Itchiness that make off the in the basic t"-hnique of piloting BEST RATES IN TOWN .
the "seven )'t'ar's itch" seem like Under the amendment the extra tax was to pay '
nothing at all, we hereby nominate counties' road debts. The amendment also provided that modern aircr t. During the

the pest! known as the "red bug. surplus money from the tax should be divided 80 per cent to flight training phase -the conceptof RepresentingAmerica's 50
Air Power a"J 1 its constructive ONLY
Most pests are at least big the State Road Department and 20 per cent to the counties. ; $11 per person
and application as a force in being I Largest Mutual Ins double
occINCLUDES
sufferer to see Companies
for the
enough
<< However, the Road Department must spend the 80 per cent will be emphasized to the cadets.
The
which sometimes insists swat on making in time.your nosea fly of the surplus it collects within the boundaries of the coun- Also, the leadership ability of the I COMPARE THESE{ SAVINGS : .-

private landing field when you ties to which it is allocated under a formula based on popula- j Icadets will be carefully developedand Roam Friday I Saturday Nights -

are trying to take a nap, can be tion, area and number of miles of primmary roads. they will have opportunitiesto AUTOMOBILE 10 20f; :, Full Course Breakfast & Dinner on Saturday /

pursued and knocked out of action I The State Road Board established a policy of permitting gain practical leadership ex- FIRE DWELLING i 20"t Full Course Breakfast on Sunday .
with a healthy swat. Likewise, i I the county commissioners to dictate the roads to be built with perience through participation in on ; CvrofMM flat AvalaUtSpacious

the pesky mosquito buzzing around !'I surplus funds. This action provided a sharp impetus to student activities while attendingALL FIRE on BUSINESS 15"( i Rooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Course

your ear when you are dozing, can a''':secondary road building in most counties, and some critics MOTELS 35r; i 2 Private Pools Cabanas Private Beach
be seen and pla!>tert"dith the plan said it resulted in the secondary road program TYPES OF
swipe i lof I GARAGE LIABILITY \ Intimate Cocktail lounge Dancing
vigorous !! being better protected financially than the primary program 35 Putting Green
red sneaks
But the insidious bug PEST CONTROL I
up sight unseen, chooses a tender!to which the first four cents of the gasoline tax is allocated. I I Planned Entertainment Fisherman's Paradise.
More
spot, and proceeds to gnaw and But the counties decided they needed more. The constitutional TERMITES Why Pay For Reservations

chew, bite and dig in, until the I authorization for the second gasoline tax permits I I write or wire Rush Strayer.Cert. Mgr r r

victim is possessed: with an unholy the surplus to be spent under lease-purchase agreements and Household Commercial 0Contact I II II
desire to do nothing but scratch,I GROVE SPRAYING I N
a legislative act allows counties to seek assistance from the
bcratch, scratch. I Call for estimate I
nut there's another fiendish State Improvement Commission to finance road building. I A CRAIG HOTEL

thing about the red bug, and that I I Bradford and 23 other Florida counties have used these Florida Pest Control i

is his choice of location for his!! [ means getting the State Improvement Commission to I & Chemical Co. I CONNER Bros. Insurance Agency a utdnaDIRECTLY aza

biting. Most self respecting insects !i issue bonds and the Road Department to pledge surplus gas
/ FAMOUS BEACH"DAYiONA
I ON THE "WORLD'S MOST
6th St. Ph. C033
2220 N.\V.
house a more or less publicarea tax to pay off the bonds under agreements to lease and pur-, I 129 W Call St. Phone 285 i \ BEACH FLORIDA
for tactical operations. But chase the prgjects built with the bond Gainesville, Fla. i
in i l money. \i __ __ _. __ __ -
Mr. Red Bug seems" to delight > =D T'= ''''' -
i Bradford County has asked Road Department approval I -
ruling and roaming on his!! victim
until he finds a spot that is either : to pledge surpluses to back a one million dollar bond issue I

well nigh unreachable or, to put for a secondary road building program. Recently the Road \

il mildly, not "public domain". \ Department loaned Bradford County $600,000, of which

There are" many remedies" : suggested 'I $500.000 was.earmarked for road building and the remainder

to combat the red bug. We for purchasing rights-of-way. '
'I
asked four persons and got the I The indebtedness we mentioned earlier, and which i.s i

following Apply: nail helpful polish hints to: the art'a.1 being paid off by means of the fifth and sixth cent tax Every day wait is

and petrify the scoundrel; doe \ according to the records in the courthouse, now amounts to you

the bite with kerosene, thus offending about $372,000, and will be retired about 1960. I I

his" sensibilities, if any; I The 80 per cent surplus gasoline funds are controlledby

IIM a sharp knife and dig out the the various counties. In 1949, the Road Board adopted :

critter rather a stern" measure I the policy of letting the counties have the 'say-so' as to what' ,1I

and used only' by those who hate I IplC"oty roads would be built, but recently there has been some talk COME ON IK/ AND TAkE

of flesh to spare; apply alighted I about the Road Board rescinding this set-up which it could I
cigarette end to the bite I D&VE"It's
and burn the rascal out. )i do by a vote of the Board. It could then use this money on costing you A TE$T

\\e asked a local doctor for a{ primary roads at its own discretion. I ,

technical explanation. He contributed Faced with the prospect of losing control of the surplus, ,

the fact that the red bug I many counties, including Bradford, have floated bonds, thus ,

deposits a ub..tancehkh the' tying up the surplus so the Road Board cannot take it away g.i:7. ''-
body is allergic to with a resultant / ::: : ::--
for 20 .
itching sensation. He \olun- years.It : = } 1I

tecred the fact that he can always has been necessary to wade through all of this back- .,

identify patients in his waiting ground information in order to get acquainted with the factsof '

room suffering from a raid by the |I the case. I

little red varmints because! upon Certain questions come to mind after reviewing them. I i : I (Di
I* ing asked to sit and wait, they" i \
get; up and roam, squirm, and The foremost is: Are the proposed new secondary roads ,

whenever possible, do a little stir- : based on actual need rather than the desires of small pres-

re, titious/ scratching.The 1: sure groups? In most cases. we believe, the roads are justified -
housefly !I" a |pest the mo- ,
auuite a sleep destroyer, the bee !I by need. With the j population of Florida growing rapidly i

constant threat, but for all '! I (it is forecast that it will reach five million by 1960 as

around meanness, we herehj nominate ; compared with an estimated 3.100,000 in 1953)) better roads:
Mr. Red Rug as Public InsectKnenij
: No. I, and urge :Mr. Ben ,I will be needed to open up new areas for settlement and

son's Department Agriculture !,'growth. _It has been the experience in the past that wherever

to do something about him. If the country is opened up by a new road. home builders followin -
nothing better a law by Congressdeclaring
short order. I
the red bug illegal would ,,
help to soothe our outraged sensil.ililies. : Can Bradford County afford such an extensive secondary ,

'road building program? As always, there is a difference of

] opinion between those who believe in operating on a strictly .

Caution. i i pay-as-you-go basis in everything, and those who believe in

| getting what you need and paying for it when you can. But

Nearly 700.000 children startedto even though the ,County still owes approximately $372,000 on ..,. I '* :.

school this week. For many of the old debt and now proposes to go into debt for another

these it is their first experienceaway million dollars we see no need for undue alarm.
from home and families.
I Gasoline taxes, which are to provide for payment of the
Parents" are urged to show their MOW'S THE TIME
children the nearest" and safest bonds are increasing every year. In the last ten years, for i
'
route to and from school. I' example the taxes have amounted as follows (shown in mil

Drivers should use every caution/ lions of dollars) : 1944-21 ; 1945-22 ; 1946-31 ; 1947-38 ;

III driving near schools, especially 1958 42; 1949 46; 1950 50; 1951-56; 1952-62; 1953- costing you money now! TO BUY A
,hen school and 68. Thus J
opens at closing it would seem that ever-increasing gasoline taxes
time. will amply take of the cost of the road ,
care present building
Each the drive drops in value. It will never be
day car now
you
Many: of the drivers do not ob- program barring a complete reversal in the Nation's econ
tot n'e or understand the law in omy, which no one foresees at this time. worth more toward a new Ford than it i is this minute. And with.> !

passing school bu.?..,. Chen a bus I t Will the Ford, you'll get the car that depreciates less the car that holds
is either primary roads in the State suffer as a resultof
loading all
or unloading 1
vehicles touting in either direction this action? And, if so. will additional gasoline taxes be onto its value longer. r

must stop and wait until the bus needed to boost the sagging primary road system? That, as / -

is again in motion. This observance we see it, is the only possible "fly in the ointment." As de

on the part of drivers will I i pendent as the entire State is on the tourist industry, our It may cost you money later!

prevent the many bus accidents,| primary road system is the very lifeblood of Florida's econ-

tthich o<'curedarly this year. ; omy. Certainly we would not want: to do anything to jeopardize -
Children are not thinking about its future. 1 Unless you own a recent model Ford, or an expensive car, chances I

accidents. It is to the drivers. made obsolete model. But in the low-
up We do not are that it will be by a new ,
pretend to know the answers to any or all of
to think for them and to think price field, Ford is the only V-8 powered car the only car with O
hat one of these children be, these questions. We do suggest them to the citizens of thei
may
their own.rrTTYJTYYTYTTYYYYYYTYYYT. i county for some serious thinking. Ball-Joint Front Suspension the only modern-styled car. These 0 R @

advanced features mean that the '54 Ford will still be an up-to-date ,

'cola. Collins were Mrs. Collins sistei ; car with good trade-in value for the future.'t
I .
Mrs. M. J. Collins and Mrs. W. and brother Mrs. J. P. Simmons ,

STATE ARM I E. Feagle spent Tuesday in and Louie Harp.
FOR AS LITTLE
AAAAAAALALAAAAAAALAAAAAAMrs. i!Gainesville. I And it's costing you a whale of a J AS

j It'tirt"nd Move To Orlando I CARD OF TIIAXKS

C. M. Turner former resi- One of the pioneer families of lot ,
State I wish to thank all the kiiu;! of pleasure .
Mr.
.,*'nt of State Farm and now of Farm and Mrs. R. H. OO f
Cox moved to Orlando Tuesday of friends of my cousin Florence $
alias, Texas and Jacksonville.Fla I '
last week. The Coxes had lived Wood, and myself and words can For example, the eager action of Ford's brand new 130-h.p. Y-block

is visitingMrs.. J. G. Caldwelland here some thirty odd years Mr. i not express the appreciation foi.he V-8, gives you the kind of "Go" you've dreamed about at aU driving

other friends.Mr I Cox remembers when cars were a j kindness and interest show speeds. Its deep-block, low-friction design is years ahead. Xo other
and Mrs. II. L. Tucker and rarity and a trip to Stake took A WEEK
daughter of Gainesville spent the I aU day instead of the usual few me since her passing by my deali low-priced car offers even an ordinary V-8! '

j I minutes. The Coxes will be i I friends. Fred Carlton. ,. *
veekend. with the L. L. \Vainvnghts remembered for their kind generosity long- And you get the easier handling and smoother riding of advanced After Down Payment.

I and pleasant personalities.We i Ball-Joint Front Suspension. Only Ford in its field has: it. But you .

Mr and Mrs. Leslie Bradley and of the community feel that must take a Test Drive to really know the difference it makes. Call 1 \
children of Starke spent Sunday f
I they will be a great asset to Or- FILL DIRTGOOD us-Ife'll !
,
with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. F.D.A.F. gladly? arrange one _
,lando and their ideal will live in
Mrs Medford Shealy spent the life of State Farmites for RICH
Wednesday in Gainesville with years to come.
,
i elatives.! I Mrs. Mitchell Baxley and daugh- I: TOP SOILSee Andrews Motor Co.
I '
Mr and Mrs. P. Crews enjoyeda I ter Rita are spending this week I

family reunion in Auburndale,I with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.E. I

?unda> with Mrs. Crews' mother J. Yarbrough.I .

and brothers and sisters. 'I i \V. F. Feagle spent Sunday'afternoon BILL JACKSONJackson Phone 118 Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE FLORIDA _

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Seigler in Hampton with her Transfer Compan:

curing the past week were Mr. aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. G. : Phone 165 YOU'RE INTERESTED IN AN A-l USED CAR BE SURE TO SEE YOUR FORD DEALER
and Mrs E. S. Oakes and two \V. Saxon.

sirs Mark and Randall of Pensa- Thursday guests of the M J. I






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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE TIIRr.IJ:


TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT social, or were enjoying it when Blitz grabbed its tail. She sure I garet :M. Dupuis Defendant.Case I This notice shall ba> publishedonce !y"u ere required| to sei\e a n>pnf I'hr i Merit nf the i'i r i. jt i'"ur! on I i i. u.t-K.- n " Xo. 10- 33 I each week for four consecutive I your answer or pleading te the i-um- '!ur. bef, ic the li; ia> "f Septrtnber1"J4 I -
I had to leave. Faye received many turned it loose quicker than she Notice To Appears : weeks in the Bradford County Telefraph. plaint ,11 'It,. PlanifffAtt..in<-> : '--heiu.-: thr .d'g.Hl"-: ofa T'.egt.tpn.Itaed
nice Just as we were To: Margaret M. Dupuis. whose .I T Kank: Laimruin, ;: iViiuli.n] -h I! .1 I iv i.f "ngl-t.i 1954
presents. d ail le
LONG BRANCH grabbed too and ran out from under Dated this llth of I :Stark Florida ': : taken as
day August
residence and address is: 15 Weba- ,, i OFFICIAL SEAL:;: ) Charles A. Darby
beginning to enjoy the evening, 1S54. I 'nf 1 '-"- d by > II.
I the house, rolled, and groaned. cowatt Ave., Lynn, Mass. and ff'h./ .. Clerk of the Circuit: Court
OFFICIAL SEAL Charles "igmal ,
) A. Daroj ntie "if a of Th:1"Y til! :
: : c M. e p'ihl'shed| ,
Marian
another did By L. Clerk
car came up. They You are hereby notified that a |aIn\" nanifd ,' ,_ Crosby Deputy
I Clerk of ''un and ,,,. ,,
by Mrs. J. L. Stricklandand Spot and I kept after :Mr. Skunk.I duit for the Circuit Court .i < aid not i. '1 IV F hI. h '" ';*,,.?- 8,13 4t 9,3
not come in, and someone told me By Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 1- _
,
Jimmy LangfAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA my husband was out there. That finally saw it again right be- Divorce Care Custody and Con- 8/13 4t 9,3 ,' t i
trol of Minor Children
'was a shock to me, I knew some- tween two foundation blocks. Icouldn't !has been filed against you in the I OTICK: TO AP1'RIR I
was above named Court and cause and In Cirruit Court, Bradford !
thing wrong for him to come. County.
see anything but the tail I you are required to serve a copy of Florida: In (haiu-ery. I
We had 82 in Sunday School,
When I saw him well he didn'teven your answer or pleading to the Jose Alvarez Plaintiff vs. Piedad I I LABOR DAY I
while the watched .
looked like there were more than have his hat on, and that waving thing complaint on the Plaintitl'iAttorX Fernandez; AlvareDeft'ndant.; ,
that for church. Of course, we did was sure a shock! He came to the Spot. So I banged away and kill- I gan. 5o7?>' Clark lIon. William Building D., Jacksonville Mor-- Case Xo. 10.634Notice

rot get up and count each one, just gate, I met him there and asked ed the skunk anyway. I really I II Florida To: Piedad To tpprar Fernandez Alvarez,
made a rough guess at it. Had and file the original in the office of whose residence and address is: San
him what he replied
was wrong shot a hole almost through this I
: the Clerk of the Circuit Court onar
I I Antonio Candas. Astunas.; Spain.
several visitors with We are '
us. othing, only there is someone one. Spot had to kill it anyway ;: before the You tie hereby notified that a \ SPECIALS
always glad to have visitors, so here to see you, someone youhaven't but he didn't get sick on this one. 13th day of September, 1954; I suit for i
all invited to come again. otherwise the allegations of said I In'ure, cu-tndy, mntii l and
: are seen in some time, your(Blitz got that dose! After we ,CnmDlaint will fe taken as confessd support of min.ir children i
Rev. Taggart chose a wonderful daughter from North Carolina!" by you 1 has I.eeii fit<-d against you' in the
came back in the house, (Jim got I ..
-
subject for his message"I Well that did excite me! Na- out in time to ask me if I "Got .
have left all to follow Thee." If .." """'-
turally I came on home with them '
him. The answer, "I didn't miss!I
Christians would really do this and didn't get to stay for the him!" Jim said he had to smokea j
cur world would not be in war and whole- party. They left the next cigar to get the scent out of' I
we would all live much better lives for Orlando to see Mr. ,
morning the house. I said that was just gI I
than we do. Lioutza's sister, then back up the Eon excuse to get to smoke a cigar 1 ::::::.
Four from our local P.T.A. at- V -
west coast the next day. Lillian !
when he should be back in bed.
tended the School of Instruction at and husband, Burlie, own a store. l_ I :
But he said this one sure scentedup SOLDIERS OF THE ROMAN Jg
Green Cove Springs last Fridayand
!She says if they keep adding to things. '
wish to say it was really a it it will be a supermarket before LEGIONS WERE OFTEN I r
school of real instruction. If long and they had to get backto Daisey Lang came about eight I I PAID PART OF THEIR '' 1
I the next morning and said we :
Grace Lang, Dumpie Wilkinson business. No time to visit.! WAGES IN SALT i
"SKUNKY"over here. I I Ef;
smelled tTO
and Mr. Roddy, principal at Clay I .oo
We are very sorry that Mrs.
odor, but
there was some
Hill School this as much suppose
year got a
Wellhausen is confined to her bed !
out of the instructions as I did, it didn't bother me in the least. FROM THE LATIN WORD 1
such
again. We had high hopes : /IIII/NIII" _
we can help the others who could she would have good health as Why should it? I SALARiu/vV (SALT),- 9'f' +

not attend. Rep. Sam Saunders she had recovered from her recent I probably would lose my urge : WE DERIVE OUR OWN --- Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good; Thru Sat Sept 4
gave us a good i idea of how will to shoot the things if I could \
do she soon
illness. We hope : "
things go in Tallahassee, a much be able to be up and around again.J. smell them, especially when they WORD\\SALARY?AS -

better idea than most of us would L. Strickland was on the sick are under the house! But they WELL AS THE PHRASE ,' I

get in a year from reading the list Sunday and was unable to at- aren't all at Penney Farms yet. i 'NOT WORTH ONE S SALT I c I Grade "A" Fla. or Ga. Dressed & Drawn Whole

papers. If all do as I do, they do tend church and Sunday School. If you folks want the ones there I I atwrn mmnrr 4

not read much of what takes place He is better at this writing. shot, send them on to me! I'll j
In Congress or any of those of- do my best to get them with ,
Welllolks, here is news for you!! Our attention is devoted
ficial meetings. We are to have I the help of two dogs. complete to supplyinga FRYERSsunnpr
All of the skunks aren't at Penney
another School of Instruction before -
Farms, or at least they weren'tWednesday good, conservative and helpful banking serv
long, and I hope we get as NOTICE 10 At'PRARIn
night of last week Circuit Court. Bradford County.
much out of it as we did out of I Chancery'Aurele I ice.
> !
and Blitz awokeme Florid I
At 2:30: a.m. Spot I
Mary
this one. Dupuis, Plaintiff vs. -
making a noise about
Saturday Faye had to come to really minute o 'I You are always welcome to call on us with your financial
I listened a
our house to get water for her fam- something. -:I problems.
had taken whatever Starke Citizens
so, thought they
ily to drink. Her pump was dry,, erc s.Eat CLb.
,
it was out into the woods I For Cash
couldn't get a drop of water. Our : Eligible
and I didn't intend to go see what I
well was very low, part of the
it was! Well, Spot said it was a Citizens of Starke trading area
time we had to sink the bucket I
skunk, and it was under the house! of good character and in need of I
twice to get a bucket full. In the .
I crawled out-of bed, got my lighl t cash are eligible for our Loan
afternoon Bud Wilkinson came to I
and gun and went out to see whal t l services. Either on a Pay Day '
rather corn got one load gatheredand i FLORIDA BANK at STARKE
in the crib, came back to get t,I I could do about it. Jim got uj) Status of $50.00 for 30 days, at
too but took time to put hi!; $1.75 interest or on the Famous
another load, got about half a load
and had to run for shelter! One pants on. I Budget Plan. Contact Marion I Member Florida National Group I 39c

of our QUICK rains came up and I went on out, asked Spot whenit e Finance Co. by phone 5333 Gainesville 'I r r
I
caught him and the colored menin was, and he soon told me. W! I or wrie P. O. Box 446 218 tMOtU II

the field. They waited until that, chased the thing all around undei r" W. University Ave., Gainesville. i
the house. I it 1 (Adv.) I I
'hower was over and tried againto finally saw just a;; Fla. -
get their load, got caught in I ;' =- -.i.. --=--'-- :=-i : ;,:= :.:j; h.-_ ::z ; :; :..._!':::: '_:': C-P"- ,- :,:__'

the rain again but finished that

load before they stopped. i

We had been wondering how we I I

were going to do our washingthis t1ydo CocaCo1a-

week, but when the rain

started I put all of the tubs under
jw
the drips of the house. We had

plenty of water to do the washing

today. The water also rose somein ::
l
the well. We need more, but Carton i C (Limit 2 with $5

are very thankful for what we did

get.When iAfta Of Six Or More Order)
we were going to churchat

Maxville Sunday we were really I

hurt to see where the fire had
burned all the beautiful timber on

the opposite side of the road from

('lay's place. The trees were ail
brown and charred, everything' II

burned! It seems that this could,

not men be were prevented.towing an Some auto colored along BETTER DRY CLEANER? I H COFFEE


the road, got it to this place, and .

the car caught on fire. I
They tried to put the fire out, .

but were unable to do so. They
Vacuum Maxwell House
had to get the car off of the road.

and could it go.was The the car only burned place completely they- "h ADVERTISED IN !I i Packed Lb. Can 9 9 C

up in a few minutes, butit :
set fire to the woods and this Ladies Ionic011Will (Limit 1 With $5 or More Order)

tire did much damage. '
.. ..
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Mrs. Bertha Wilkinson from c: '''C;;: :; : :::;; _<; ;_> /'

Jacksonville spent the. weekend

with her brother in law and wife, ,
Mr and Mrs. Jack Wilkinson.

They spent a part of Sunday with SHORTENING

11 lends at Macdenny.Tuesday "
evening the ladies of

this section gave a stork showerfor I

Faye England. There were Ii i

fifty or more present the shower II
ht II
was given at Mrs. Lee Moore's I

house. All seemed to enjoy the
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---I Dawn Sharon Wells Mrs.FlorenceHipple I ..'..',...'-.- '..: '.. 1 Five-Year-Old Boy j\Fire Chief Gives

Will Soon MarryL. Presides At \VCTU j jI "": -';. :1: ".-. \j:';.;. I \ Injured In Accident i Advise On Burning

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M. Gaines Meeting LastVeek "n 0;:; 'iJ- f. \ A five-year-old boy. Harry Lee Trash And Leaves

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Ford was injured on Wednesday i
Mrs. Flornce Hipple presided on Highway 301) about a mile I I Common horse .sense and gomt

over the WCTU meeting last Fri- 'I north of Starke, when he was ; neighborliness should be praoiufii

day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. struck by a car driven b> Rocco when burning leaves during thcrail
Gladys Mooty ; E. L. Johns led the song service I Cianci. of St. Petersburg. j j
Local season Fire Chief DV
says
Phone 35 and Mrs. E. Y. Berry read the I The boys grandmother. Mrs.

I Scripture lesson. Prayer was of- : Tc4 Zora Ford had crossed the high- Carpenter. Carpenter said thei.-
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i lered by Mrs. Jennie Thornquest. I way to a store. and was returningwith is a state law against burn.r.s

Starke Woman's Club Holds First Meeting I I The members were saddened by i, Harry and another child; she I trash in anything but authorize..)
the announcement of the death' had a bundle in one arm. and a
Girls containers, but said .
Next Week \Vith Community Survey ProgramThe II I I of Miss Florence Wood Thursday j gr Ip on the other child, when he that :
is seldom enforced
unless
I .!" night. She had been a faithful :, I Harry darted out in front of the people

Starke Woman's Club will I vice presidents, 1st :Mrs. H. B. !-- : t\ member for many years and had; I morning car. make a nuisance of themselves by

hold its first meeting for the 1954- I Peyton, 2nd Mrs. C. L. Scholl, 3rd served in the past as publicity it! 1 Trooper C. Musgrove, of the I burning leaves or trash with,ut

'55 season on Wednesday after-I Mrs. T. F. Landrum, 4th Mrs. M. chairman. A card of sympathy Appear Florida Highway Patrol, who investigated regard to their neighbor

noon at 3:30: o'clock in the club I W. Cressler; secretary, Mrs. W. was sent from the Union to Fred i j that accident exonerat-

house with the president, Mrs. J.W. B. Sewell; corresponding secretary, Carlton, Miss Woods' only remaining {I 'o Oianci. The byas taken to

Kincaid presiding.The Mrs. Herbert Thomas; treasurer, i relative. ,i'Htor' in Starke. where it was!

program will be conducted by I:Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum; spiritual, It was announced that the National tounci that he had suffered mul-

the Educational Department under Mrs. F. B. Beard; parliamentarian, Convention will be held in On TV r- (ple Ibrasions and bruises of the 1fWltI
q- I II boo
Mrs. C. U Scholl, 2nd Vice Presi- Mrs. Lex Green; Junior Club spon- I Lexington Ky. on Sept. 1{) and !I II i

dent. Mrs. Russell Norman. Edu- sor, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. I the State Convention in Orlando I Ion -

cation Dept. chairman, will conduct Chairmen under 1st vice presi- I i \ Oct. 12. The chairman of liter- J ITCH-ME-NOT. (

the program which will be dent: citizenship Mrs. E. L. Mat- Mr. and Mrs. James B. Wells of ature reported 1500 blotters given IN 15 MINUTES;

in the form of a Community Sur- thews; conservation Mrs. Jessie Starke announce the engagement out during the past year. : After applying Itch-Me-Not, you ,
iA- must be pleased, 40c backat B> : Dan WeeksOne
vey with a panel discussion led Young; American home, Mrs. L and approaching marriage of At the State Convention in Miami any drug store.or your Banish exter- '
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by E. L. Matthews. Those taking N. Pickering; international rela- their daughter Dawn Sharon Wellsto last October it was voted to nally caused itch of eczema, ringWorm of the most frustrating

part on the panel will be H. P. tions, Mrs. J. A. Griffin; youth L. M. Gaines, son of Mrs. Ru. change the fiscal year to begin in Sylvia Paulk and Carolyn Crews !ne on 'h piano Miss- < 'rew- Wit!>! athletes foot, poison ivy in-I feelings hat the average famil

:Morgan, T. H. Slade A. J. Thomas conservation, Mrs. Dave Paulk. by Johns. September instead of October. It will make their television debut on wi! olan piano vm.wiiDei. ( sect bites,surface rashes. Today can experience is the time when

Chairmen under 3rd vice voted in the Dowdy show Sept. T at Miss Paulk i 1-: !turn.! Slarke and the TV set the one-ejed 1')1"-
Sr., Mrs. M F. Hazen, Mrs. W. pres- The wedding will be an event of was also that. order to Toby MITCHELL'S DRIG STOKE
:B. .Sewell. Mayor J. R. Wainwright -I dent: education, Mrs. Russell Nor- October. advance the work of the organization -I 8:30 p.m. on tBRTV.1I5s Miss Crews is from State Faim I II Ironic C)clops that dominates

Dr. A. Y. Covington Carl man; health Mrs. W. B. Mundy; each member would be ask- Paulk will sing a medley of songs Eoth girls have appeared on sev- II the li\ing room goes blank.

Johns, Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter music, Mrs. K. G. Duncan. I ed to increase yearly dues to $2. with Miss Crews accompanying!.eral local talent programs. I At this time a friend indeed is!

Mrs. T. H. Slade, Pat Lambe Chairmeen under 3rd vice pres- Brooker Club Met to be paid promptly in order thata I a capable TV sen iceman.

J. R. Kelly. Gene Long, and Jack ident: finance. Mrs. Paul Bridges; Tuesday To Discuss report may be sent to head- Clair Jean Mundy i Miss Sarah Wood I The TV technician's histor! is

Trawick.The membership Mrs. A. Z. Adkins: quarters. The local Union asks [ brief in a field which has mushroomed -
Plans For New Year
program will be of vital publicity, Mrs. Harry Mooty; that: members conform with this [Honors Her FriendsAt I Dies At ResidenceLast I J-c I I to giant proportions in

interest to every citizen and Mrs. house, Mrs. Hogan Smith. I The Brooker Home Demonstration ruling. Friday Luncheon Thursday NightMiss I I a !en-year span. Let's takea

Kincaid is urging a 100 per cent Chairman under 4th vice presi- Club met Tuesday afternoon I quick look at the type of person -

attendance of all club members to dent: program, Mrs. R. F. Demo- 4t the home of the president, Mrs.T. Methodist WSCS I Miss Clair Jean Mundy was Sarah Florence Wood. 75.1 I I who peoples this difficult

altend this opening meeting. lest; social, Mrs. L. H. Jennings; W. Markey. During the busi- hostess at a delightful luncheonat resident of Starke for the past 25 j o and exacting field of service.A .

Hostesses for the afternoon will library, Mrs. H. C. Ritch; courtesy, ness session activities for the, Circles Meet TuesdayThe her home on Church street last years, died suddenly at her residence trained technician has a

be: Mrs. Russell Norman, chair- Mrs. T. B. Harding. coming year were discussed and Methodist W.S.C.S. circles Friday honoring several friends last Thursday night. Miss I 4J7ITh'K thorough knowledge of TV.

man, Mrs. Kate Sheppard, cochairman Little Women sponsor, Mrs. C. new year books planned. will hold their monthly meetingsnext who are leaving this fall for their Wood taught English in the public her I His work requires constant
Mrs. I. E. Clark, Mrs. schools: for 40 years prior to
J. colleges. I
Houpt. Miss Dorothy Ross, home Tuesday as follows: respective study and refresher courses; in
W. H. Hart, Mrs. George Flynn, Circle 1 will meet Tuesday I The lunchean table was attractive -.retirement.Her i fact he never ceases to "go to
demonstration agent, discussed l were the late
Mrs. Lester Crews, Mrs. Mrs. Nelson Green : morning at 10 at the Educational with organdy place mats and I parents school". His stork in trade is
White Wood.
Harmon Morgan Mrs. L. A. Ca- roadside beautification an an overall Building, with Mrs. W. G. Haile I a centerpiece of white pompoms George and Pauline 1 \\ ) made up of a complete under-

nova, Mrs. Willie Mae Denton, and Gives Party For Son project for the coming year. and :Miss Amy Coburn as host- I and picardy gladioli in a gold She Methodist was a Church.member of the Starke I, standing of a horde, of designsand

Mrs. Arthur :McRae. I china container. up-to-the-minute acquaintance -
After the business meeting re
Mrs. Nelson Green entertained I esses. I She is survived by one cousin. j .b II lt\'WL1
Officers and chairmen for the1954'SS Enjoying the affair with Miss V. '' with advances andchangt's
freshments served th Circle 2 will meet aft-
at a birthday party last Friday were by <<< Tuesday Fred Carlton, with whom she made |

season are as follows: evening for her son, D. Ritch, wh I hostess, :Mrs. Markey, assisted bj ernoon at 3:30 at the Educational I JMundy. were Misses Nancy Du- I her home here. Io j which come almo..twith
President, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid pre, Sandra Chambers, Agnes I the rapidity of changes in
; .. building, with Mrs. Jack McCombas ; Funeral services were held from j P I
was celebrating his 13th anniversary Mrs. Mattie Sowell. hostess. !Lawson, Pauline Gay, Anna Johns,'o the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at 0 hfS victim of the gals' hair stjles. His equipment

yyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyii0Eai1 The next meeting will be hel<1 |Martha Landrum, Marcia Kay I i The Ides of March including tools, testing
Circle 3 will meet Tuesday afternoon Starke Saturday with the Rev. i
-i- > i The party was enjoyed in thi! Has that'sAs I bench ,
wafer apparatus
; Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 15, i ii]::1 at 3:30: at the home of Mrs. j Hazen and Kathryn Kelly. The Robert D. Sommer officiating. IntErment equipment
I Green's yard at their home neal cold as starch. I parts and materials, and transportation
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honored guests were given apprOpriate !
"jWADSWORTH the Community Center. Bertha Pearce. ; followed in the family
Starke where games and contest 3 sizeableinvestment.
I gifts from their hostess -.plot at Crosby Lake Cemetery. I \ represents a
; were played during the evening Are jou hunting 'for a really .
occasion.
t l as a memento of the .1 I Active pallbearers were: Charles ,
Those winning prizes were Norm good plumber Look no more.
i Assisting Mrs. W. H. Mundy, Jr.. A. Darby, Morgan Grasham, Carl is Ever)thing considered, a TV
Jean Bell, Pat Hobbs and Charle Tommy your man. Whenever I
Kirkland. I in serving were Mrs. J. H. Du-. ;Johns. W. K. Thornton, E. T. Shull, the citizens of our town ha"t"plumbing serviceman who knows his

Pre Mrs. C. H. Chambers and Mrs.V. .. and Rymer Howell i stuff, has the proper equipmentand
-, just naturally Refreshments of punch, cake an( I trouble. Tomni is on
.. V. Hazen. : is prompt, reasonable and
I i
go together! ice cream were served to the 2: the spot. Call him any time.
:.Mrs. M. C. Forsyth i sinct'reIs the best friend your
Mrs Green, assiste(
guests by I II Mrs. \V. A. Stern TV set can ever have. And you
by her daughter. Ruby. i Surely hate to hear that Lloyd I supper was for a few of Mrs. Col- :Dies From Illness can find just such a man at

-' .Gieen and Inez Green are closing ley's immediate friends and rela- Gave Lovely Party !At Her Starke Home WKKKS RADIO & TV !SERV
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: : .
,..: : : -I Greens after business tives.
%4q( Store doing For Her DaughterMrs. i ICE. Call 153, or drop in at

: on the corner of N. Walnut Boys will be boys and kids i Mandy Clemons Forsyth. 81jlifelong our shop on Court Street .

_j I'- I H n and 1 Tenth streets for the past 20 have to learn the hard way, etc., W. A. Stern entertained at: resident of Bradford County just East of the Court House

i veil I s Inez says she is going but I think now that Stevie Yan- a lovely Coca-Cola party last Fri. !I died at her home near Starke to MEET YO.UR TV SET'S

'''" E FLr\ I to take that long needed rest, :(Tuesday morning following an illness BEST FRIEND!
;' The Smart Watch TARKE cey, age 7, will never play with day morning for her daughter I

flwilla. the Guaranteed I L : but we're really going to miss matches again while he was Miss Louise Stern who has recently :' of several months. PHONE 414.J OPEN 5 P.M. TO 9 P.M.ALVAREZ' .
born here March 17.
I that friendly neighborhood store visiting his grandmother in San- returned from a summer sO- 11 She was
UnbreakableDURAPOVER I 1873, to the late Lewis and Nancy .
3t and
that Frank Broadway I
Sept.
Fri.Sat see ford last Wednesday he lit a matchin journ in Europe.
DOUBLE FEATURE -_ L. M. Gaines have opened their the garage and threw it in a I Croft Clemons. She was a mem-
: Miss Stern had on display the
ber of the Union Primative Baptist
new B & G Truck stop out on the of kerosene to what would itt
DAYS 2 can see
MAINSPRING 2 BIG Men's Clothing
many lovely gifts she broughl l Church. jl'I
G'ville highway a lovely looking Stevie 1 STORE
the result: received -
happen -
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I back with her from her tra'els.The Surviving are her husband. Established 1894AAAAAA1AALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAIAAAAAAAAAk4I
MOGAMBOIN
I I station and restaurant stop by a badly singed face and .
Pr wud( .f f ELGIN refreshment table was over Thomas F. Fo{ yth of Starke; one
: I and see our local fellas at their lost two's no
TECILMCOLOKWith I a year or growth
I laid with a beautiful lace clott I daughter. Mrs. Nita Todd of Lake
Natienol! Watch Co. : new venture and Reba Melson the ,
Clark Gable & .\va Gardne r damage was done to garage and centered with an arrangement t Butler; three sons Dan Raulerson
says she is opening a beauty shopat luckily the can just blew up '"4
AND of azaleas in a crystal bowl. Pot of Lake Butler, and Elzie and Nathan -
her home on the corner of and that was all Stevie was Raulerson, both of Starke 30 I
violet color
ted African plants lent ; 13
I Fort Dodge Stampede Church and Nona streets. able to start school Monday as to the sunporch where th
With Allan "Rock" Lane See Carr Colley taking over usual and I hope all his little guests were entertained.A ,children. I
"4
I 10 Jimmy Rowe's New Method Cleanr will benefit from his Funeral services held from
Plu. Serial "GunfighUTs" am playmates few intimate friends of Mia!I II were 4
I Chap. No. 9 Color Cartoon fo r route while Jimmy leaves .experience. Stern enjoyed the affair. t graveside in Elzey Chapel Ceme- Registration for the

I Kids Sept. 7 to be the guest of Uncle tery near Worthington Springs I
\ Another house is on the move .4
s29!. Sam for the next two years ,Wednesday with the Rev. Ozzie
the Junius Smith house recently Club Fall Term of the
b Sun., Mon.( Tue.. Sept. 5, 6, 'I 7 he thinks he will be stationed at bought by Al and Vivian Har- Jr.Voman's :Rhoden officiating. Interment 3

FEATURE Fort Jackson, S. C. for 16 weeks Met Thursday NightThe followed in the family plot.
: DOUBLE ley they are moving it over on I '
3 BIG DAYS of basic training and Ronald Westmoreland street near the i DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof \ NANCY JANE SCHOOL' DANCE

Griffis is taking Carr's former Steve Simmons home hear the Junior Woman's Club will Starke is in charge of arrange-

Highway DragnetWith job at Denmark's Furniture Co. Ovid Thomas family is moving hold its monthly meeting Thurs- ments. 'I'4

Richard Conte and Joan Bill Graham, Guy Andrewsand | back into their house on Alton day evening, Sept. 9, at 8 o'clockin I ;,,3 LEGION HALL WED SEPT. S 3 TO 5 P. M.
Andy Adkins are returning the club house. 1 '1-4
Bennett !Rd. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Recent Birth:
home today after attending the Hostesses for the will
evening
AND Fletcher have moved to Nollman. '! 3 Instructions In E
American Legion convention in be, Mrs. Don Neel. chairman Mrs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Davis Jr.
I G. of
L 1 Mr. and :Mrs. R. L.
Woman Of The Nort][Washington, D. C. this week Court Saisson have moved into the Tucker -,W. S. McAhley, Mrs. Richard May Gainesville, former Starke resi 1:3: 5 TAP BALLET ACROBATIC E '
CODY-Muler..1. See Dean Sewell is keeping II I and Miss Dolores McKnight. Mrs. ;|
dents, announce the birth of
.ilctOlIllCAQhcl'QIL' S199S Country Apt. and Mr. and Mrs. Mack .I a L
Conner Bros. office while Doyle L. Williams and family of Way-II III I A. J. Thomas Jr. will be in chargeof 'daughter, Jennifer Diane, on Aug..1! j BOYS AND GIRLS
IX TRICOLOR and Kitten Conner are touring to I the program. ,27 in Alachua General I
See Our Window Display an d cross, Ga. are now occupying the Hospital.I4 .
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With Rod Cameron, Gale Storn 11,
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Calif. in a brand new Ford I 'YVYYYYYYYYYVVVYYVYVYYVVYVYYVVYVYYVYYYVYYVYYVYyy'flNOTICE
; Mrs. Davis is the former Marjorie
be convinced Quality has n 0 and Ruth Hussey house vacated by the Lester Pop- i
and Yvonne Worley is the new
Davis, daughter of Mrs. R. J.
Substitute Kids.AIR ham family on Clark street -
for
Plus Color Cartoon
soda jerker at Koch's word I Davis.
CONDITIONED the Pomphams have moved backto :
from Rhoda that she is
Dampier
Waycross Mr. Williams is
ED SIMPSON convalescing at the home of her I ;I
\Ved.. Thurs.-Sept. 8,9 in-laws in Jax following her opera- employed by Hercules. 1 TORNADO ZIPI'ER BINDERS. I
I I
DOUBLE FEATURE tion for varicose veins in St. Vin Hear that lightning scored a i!S rings, $1.50. Bradford County Tel- I

GEM JEWELRY HEIDIWith cent's hospital last week did near miss at the Maurice Edwards 'lI l-E'graph. ...

KIsbeth Sigmund you see that swell two column pixjot (Sr) home the other day, split- I I Mr. and Mrs.( Frank Broadway, former operators of

"The House of Fine Harold Hazlewood in last week's ting a pecan tree about 200 feet Service Station Ave. and
ANDWHITE from the house There were The following births iave been Broadway's corner Temple
: Jax Journal? the caption said
Diamonds" MANEPlus !i he has been added to the coaching plenty of other repercussions from announced by the Starke Maternity YOUR I I Center Street, wish to announce that they are now
I this bolt, also Seems that Hospital:
Color Cartoon for Kids staff at Jackson High he will Mr. and Mrs. James Murray 4I
aide, Jeff I : Co-Operators of the
StarKe's Leading JewelerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA |I coach the Jackson Baby Red football Maurice and a negro
Hilliard, a daughter 3a'queline
the for Lawtey. k
,l. UIS -_ _, '_: _' ": :'o P i: team this fall Watson, were exercising I on August 15. !
,
. . . . Hear that Sylvia Paulk. soloist mer's famed Greyhound racer !I and Mrs. James Winifred PROTECTION B & G TRUCK STOP
AAS&LSL Mr.
S A LA S S S S LA S S S S S AS S S S S S S S I when the ..
--------------------------------------------- L Old Skeet, in a small pen 14 .
and will I
Carolyn Crews, pianist
William
I. cametaurice: Palmes, Starke, a son,
appear on the Toby Dowdy WMBK nearby crash t (Broadway and Gaines)
: I knocked to the Garth, on August 15. 13
I Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Augustine
stunned,
TONIGHT : : ENJOY ,t p. p Monday m. .for. his Butch studies Smith at leaves GMC, while ground Skeet and was slightly scared so bad and he I Augustius.Summer, Lawtey.on August a son 31., Cleaton IS ;. Located 1 Mile South of City Limits on U. S. 301


... t ;( Milledgeville, Ga. ICE 3rd jumped took to the a seven-foot woods A fence couple ofdays \ Mr. and Mrs. Walter Witt, ofPalatk. ::3 I You All Come!
class Robert Stefanelli was home of
: Kite found "". announced the birth a OUR'POPESS1ON
Lester
later
3 Specialty : for the weekend to get his wife,I Row- 'daughter Janice, born August 18 I
the
around in
& E i Betty June, and baby to take themE I Skeet roaming 'at the Doctor's Clinic Hospital. II I

4 E |back to Norfolk, Va. where he is ell Lake swamp and apparently I Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Bryant
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4 of the House 'hi@3 t- I now stationed congrats toH I none the worse for wear .Raiford, announce the birth of a, \
worried, of
'.4 I Laura Colley who celebrated herr Maurice was pretty |son. Daniel Bray. born August 30
4 is the dog
i Skeet
I 76th birthday on Aug. 24 with a course, because lat the Doctor's Clinic Hospital.Mr. I I
I
.4 i buffet supper given by her daughter -I that won the $5,000 race at Daytona I and Mrs. Carl N. Carter. son I HUNDREDSof
a season or so ago, and he'sistill of Mrs. Rub
and daughter-in-law
visit- 0t
,
Lois Blackburn who is I
3 Broiled Beef Tenderloin E !ing here from Okinawa the I considered quite valuable as. ;,Cook, announce the birth of z I

.4 i I'a breeder {daughter, Debra Ann. on AuguSI t You should have one of our details are managed and economic-

3 STEAK 1.95 tl; 'I' See Marjory Colley back from L,27, at Halifax Hospital, Day tom I Burgulary Insurance Policies ally attended that only a trained and

i A Vote To Re-Elect an exciting four-weeks vacation I i Beach. I Protect home. careful organization can attend when i

3 FRENCH FRIED POTATOES I with son-in-law and daughter,,;I I TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS your S the urgent need for serving ia at i
and Frances Stewart, in : business and
Jimmie
4 4 FRESH VEGETABLE SALAD l Lucian Hazen I' Olympia, Washington Saysthe .1'III C tgraph.rings, $1.50. Bradford County Tel erty. personal prop- hand. .

Hot I scenery was gorgeous and
Roquefort or French Dressing -
EI For every weekend they enjoyed in- Constant Service Since 1891 DeWITT C. JONESPhone

3 Rolls and Butter CITY COUNCILMANis teresting trips into Canada, Ore- BEAGLE PUPS SENDFOIUERRY 7 Starke, Fla.Ambulance. t

..... gon, and other sightseeing spots r--o.- -J-rra-.s i

I a vote to expand City Marjory's only objection was Registered andPedigreed Funeral Director Service
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'j Gold HouseRESTAURANT ,! rapid Services growth in keeping of Starke.with the that go it swimming never got! .warm. Whew enoughto H. C. WALLAGENCY Ouz local funeral hOme enable u to offer convenience a&J l

I certainly would have been will- service not otherwbf available.

:OIl :I' I will appreciate your vote ing to trade temperatures with $25 Each
I
OIl '! in the September eIetion.I her along about the middle of Phone: 146 -sr- rrp 5 S rsrsrs ssrssrsssssrsrs ss tsr.,ssss-. i

: E I August! I Dr. C. R. Hook We fornlaa the highest type service at lowest prices, tad
I :
Sincerely, I 200 E. Call Street accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, tested by ANT f
Well seems to be all for I
Melrose Fla. Starke company, u payment la part or In full on a funeral. \
Temple Ave. (U. S. 301)yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyyYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYvyyyyyyyyyyyyy) l LUCIAN HA EN now See you in the next I Consolation carries .
: I no obligation.PAOJ .
-Carloyn (
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SEPTEMBER 3, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE
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1f SSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSflSSS SSSS rsssrrrrJss rssSt I- -
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton i Tillman Mcintosh of Deland

r I r.nd Mrs. E. L. Matthews and :;spent last Monday with his parents -

;4---. daughters, Anne and Betsy, visited [ Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McIntosh -
na Keystone Fire 7 I' W ----c I Mrs. J. A. Budd and infant sonn :; Sr.

I Jacksonville, :Monday afternoon.Mrs. i Bill Graham and Guy Andrewsare

J. S. Blitch and :Miss Elea- attending the American LegIOn -

C-INTHE NEWS.nsflsflflflnssnrflflssrssss : Dept. Proudly "'oiG'over, of Johnson City. Tenn.. national convention in washington -

v spending a few d",ys with-:Mrs.Etch's ';I D. C. this week..

I I brother, J. R. Kite and i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mcintosh f

Mrs R B. Alvarez spent a few I!| :Miss Idell Landrum is home this ; :M > Kite. I:
spent last weekend in Jacksonville:
[ days this week with her son and week from Duke University, Durham Displays New Hollis V. Knight was in Tallahassee -:|i with their son and daughter-i.i-

daughter-tn-law Mr. and Mrs. R. N. C.Friends .. Monday and on'i'' :
..... : Tuesday law, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McIntosh :
L Alvarez in Fort Myers.Mr I' here will be interested 1-( Business and was a guest at the''', Jr. Their little granddaughter. :

and Mrs. Paul Raymond to learnthat Miss Audrey Newman Fire .1. r' "' '''''''_ '',,;;;,, .'.'-" '" : i :Governor's mansion while there. !!: Becky Jo McIntosh, returned home
Enginej
former librarian at Bradford ", 'i % -" '-:; Mi ,
the weekend Lola
y spent at Fernandina s Johnson of Raiford. '
'-""""- > ., .. .. i j with them for a week's visit with :
Beach with Mr. and Mrs.V.. T. High School, has been appointed ..a. ?" -"" '-';>-- -' .,'. ...-' ;. onvalescing at the home of !'her grandparents.

Shiver and family. They were to the position of consultant in L- .- ..... ''idaughter.: Mrs. Henry Godwin. < !

joined on Sunday by :Miss Dorothy instructional materials by toe 'h a fractured knee cap. i'i Lewis S. Juister of Inverness. [

Ross and Miss Dorothy Alvarez. State Department of Educational ni \h s Harry Mopty and daughter. 'English and Spanish teacher m !

in Tallahassee.Mr. .z !?i I '>' : c last BHS. has an apartment in the Kt- r
Mrs. Betty Newby of Miami was .i.- spent Thursday with i in.
: and Mrs. Robert Tille\ and rol Alvarez home. !
the guest last week of Mr. and f :>I' .ousins. the Milton St. .

Mrs. William Norris. family of Centerville, Tenn spent ) Petals: in Gainesville. .' i Mrs. Robert Rezsnyak. of Cairo i
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Sunday and Monday visiting Mi M- and Mrs. I| N. Y., spent the past two weehswith
Mr and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and r .., ? Henry Parker and i
Mrs. Robbie
and Shaller. and Mi
f//:son. Jimmy, and daughter, Marcia I I ; m- of Grand Haven. Mich. were I Mr. and Mrs. Luke Feeney. "
and Mrs. Bill Tilley in Starke. ana x .
Kay are spending a week in Blue Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin 1l kPJ cnt guests of Mr. and Mrs. P.I j jM I Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land anti

Ridge and the Smoky }Mountains, 1 at the State Farm and Mr and W 1 .r ] [ 5L!! ( Barefoot. sons, Edward and Robert. (1t t ti I

N CMr Mrs. Don Ray Tilley in Jarksun- n J \I J' and Mrs. Jack Stevenson of i i Montgomery Ala., former Starke

and Mis Robbie Shaller are ''Milotte.! ] t N. C. were weekend residents, were visiting friends

spending thfir ten day vacation I I ville.We Have The Newest! Thing In IIJm t-ip-K of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Bare- !! here recently.

with Mrs. Shaller's sister. Mrs. .Taint Sets. Paint directly on i II I" ", .,- |I Mr. and Mrs. J. 1k!. Barnes and

Nancy Gunter and family in I Ioliaml. (cloth MarEs, towels, napkins or Mr and Mrs. Edwin Smith and I daughters of Kingsland,, Ga., Mr.

) i[glao;... No ruh! needed paint ---- .\1' Burke Ellington and daugh- i' Mrs. G. R. Gowen Jr., and children -

Mrs J M. Prevatt has returned from Ball Point Tul_. See thee -'-_- ..> Julia and Judy. all of Starke. j jxnri of Folhston. Ga.. were Sun-

t '' IW I Mrs. Ada Fier of Cleveland i
after' Studio '
to her home in Jacksonville at Bullington's and tuft day guests of Mr. tad Sirs. J M.

spending several days here with Shop. I Ohio !spent'; last week with. friends
friends and relatives. Mrs. Prevatt I I Miss Thelma Brown of Jacksonville _'IL4IIL' nd !lelatives in Miami. I I I
Mrs. Ara Moitt has retUi ned
L _
is remembered here as Jennie was the Sunday guest ot Mi Miss Marcia Miller returned last ,

Maude Hodges.Mrs. I,and Mrs. E. D. Tenly. Frrlafrom Rockland Mass. 'I| from three week's visit with MrsV.

Reese Scott and children I I Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark will! !j Five members of the Kt')stone Volunteer Fire Department proud- lot. Jim Hetherington (center) had announced the lot winner- --a few where she spent the summer with j jr \ L. Alvarez in Jacksonville.

spent two weeks vacationing at spend the Labor Day weekend with I Ij display! their pride and joy, the town's new $10,000 pumper. The'Lwonds before. On the lower right a fire truck load of kids gin'tht'ir >er grandparents Dr. and Mrs. j Mrs. M. Stroupe and Mrs. R. Kennedy -
Mr. and Mrs. Ulray Clark and S. W. Baker. '
Fernandina Beach. I I I ] men are Fire Chief C. J. Bastedo (left), J. R. Powers, E. R. Fox, Bill stamp of approval to the in Crystal River and with
family at Belvedere Ridge, S. C. new Keystone Heights fire truck aftera Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Morgan, and B. E. Holm. On the lower left S. E. : left ride I
McKay ( ) congratulates around fown. I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Williams. Mr.
I|I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Colson ; family are spending this week at
of will
be
son, Jimmy, Tampa Clayton G. Strickland on his
weekend guests of Mrs. O. L. and family were in Jacksonville newly-won Crystal HomesiteMrs. Polaroid I- Iinutt Photo by the Tt-U-graph the Adkins home on Kingsley : and Mrs. J. M. Hull and Mr. and

Beasely and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid.Mr. I I 1 Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. I ![Lake. Mrs C 0 Berry in Tallahassee.GENERAL .

David D. Scott and Mr. and Mrs.F. F. C. Hollingsworth and Mrs. C. D. Williams and Mrs.L. I
and Mrs. C C. Smoak of I John Godwin is spending a month Mrs. :Mae Jones, of Jacksonville. I

I' Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and H. Jenkins. daughter. Penny, spent the past D. Green of Starke and Mrs.D. with his brother-in-law and sister, 'I is spending this week with her ,

Mrs. J. H. DuPre on Sunday.Mr. I I Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews week visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. H. J. Clark of Tampa and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Register in sister, Mrs. W. E. Middleton andD I II I

and Mrs. George H. Stevenson had as Monday dinner guests Mrs. Cellon, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cellon Mrs. L. F. Dees"of Raleigh, N. C. Miami. ,'. Middleton. 1

and Miss Nell Scott ofV I and Mrs. T. J. Strickland in and Miss Diane of 1I I
Betty I II' George Cottman of Ocala, :Mrs. McCulley Mrs. W. J. Chandler is makingan Mrs. John Simpson of Jacksonville 1I
Atlanta spent the weekend with Gainesville.John Washington: D. C. visited rela- I
Fred Newborn of Mount Dora indefinite visit with Mr. and spent Monday and Tuesday -
fl i Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Scott''I I Hemingway of Elizabeth- tives in Mayo
iCarl on Tuesday. Mrs. H. B.
I' Andrews of Bartow and Mrs. Montgomery in Griffin, with her sister Mrs. Volley I
Stevenson returned home with his I town, N. C. spent a few days this. Mr. and Mrs. A.V.. Hamilton ,Ga.

family after a ten-day visit with I(Willie Mae Judd and Mrs. Ronald week with Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wig- I of St. Petersburg were married Miss Verlie Coker is spending Starling. and and Mrs.family.Mr. Frank. Smith, Mrs

the Hayneses. Andrews of Starke. gins.Mrs. in the Methodist church sanctuary from Tuesday to Saturday with I J. R. Polkinghorn, and Mrs. PelI -

Albert Lee Crosby Sr. i ii Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clockby I I,
:
her sister
Mrs.
J. A. Griffin, and I I ham Wilder, of Waycross. Ga.
U under observation and treatment Rev. R. D.
Sommer.
I Lt. Col. Griffin. Miss Coker has; I spent a few days this week with

And Now filcCulloch's Great New at the Duval :Medical Clinic in Mrs. Allen Englander and chil- recently returned from three years: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Furlong. I Ii

Jacksonville this week. dren of Clearwater an'd Mrs. D. J. Civil Service duty with the Amer Janice Vickers had as gust II i I

Miss Alice St. John of Darian, Caik! of Tampa were weekend ican in .
Sweden
Embassy and Ger ]last week Miss Lurlene Gowen of
I Conn., will arrive Saturday for guests of Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. many.

PLUNGE CUT BOW .two weeks vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Henderson, Betty Jo Taylor and Bobby Taylor Folkston Barney Ga.McRae, of Lake Citv.

Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John. daughter. Barbara. and son, Ronnie of Waycross, Ga., were weekend .'I vacationing this week with his

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr. I of Paragould. Ark. and Mrs. I
,
of the J.
guests Robert
Tay-[parents, :Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Mo-
S For Pulpwood and son. Archie, spent the weekendin i Minnie Henderson, of lors at Kingsley Lake. I Rae J G. MCGRIFF ;
[
St. Simons Island, Ga. j are guests this week of AlaChua'1
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen and I1 I Mr. and Mrs. George Simpson
S
Small Timber
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin St. John Mrs. E. E. Henderson.
family were guests of Mr. and I have as guests for two weeks, Mr.
and have moved to Bald- I ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor.
family I Babs Lance returned home Mon Mrs. H. S. Fleming in Ocala ovex' and :Mrs. Bradford Simpson of

win.Sharon day afeer spending the summer the weekend, and also spent Saturday 1 Uhnchville, Ohio. Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229

Yoir Cluff, daughter of Mrs. ):with relatives in Waycross, Ga. I at Daytona Beach. I I Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and Starke, Fla.

ing Eleanor with St.her John cousins Palmes Mr. and is stav-Mrs. I j j Steve Simmons spent a few days I I Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and IJMr I ; and Mrs. Don Neel visited We Service Everything Vie Sell

i this week at a Pharmacy Board family visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. | Mr. and Mrs. M. E. York at Fern-
William Lydaird inVest Hartford I
j| meeting in Tallahassee.NOTICE I II |Harrell in Brooker, Sunday. andina Beach, over the weekend. .
Conn. while going to school I
TIME The New McCuUoch Plunge Cut Bow rots faster


Your because cuts there's are clean no pinching and quick pr>with ing or a minimumof weJging. there.Mrs. L. F. Smith- Sr. has returned -I! Proposed Constitutional Amendments To Be Voted On November 2nd, 1951No. J .

lost motion. home from St. Vincent's I OF ELECTION I of Florida Relating to the Judicial Depart. ( I .I ..
WHEREAS. The Legislature of 1953. i ment of the Government of the State of I
hospital where she was under treat- tinder the Constitution of 1885. of the 'lorida. COUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. SSS ,j I -
btate of Florida, did Joint Resolutions LEGISLA. A Joint Resolution proposing an Amend-I,
pass BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
MONEY You'll get many more cuts per day-saving on ments for the past week. proposinz amendments to the Constitution TURE OF THE STATE OF rLORIDA : ment to Article VIII of the Constitution
labor costs and overhead. And the McCulloch of the of the State of Florida Relative: to Assessment 1
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier are j State of Florida and the That the following Amendment to Article -
Plunge Cut Bow cuts those right down lame were agreed to by a vote of three- V of the Constitution, State of FlorIda of Property for Taxes by Adding i
stumps business visitors in Jacksonville i fifths of all the members elected to eah is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted Thereto an Additional Section to Provide '
to the ground with a minimum of waste. The I house; that the votes on said Joint Resolutions to the electors of this State for That in the County of Monroe, State of ,
"fortified edge" (hard facing) adds much longer today. were entered npon their respective ratification or rejection at the next gen- Florida the County: Tax Assessor Shall i QUINTUPLET
life the chain Miss Joy Cooper will return to Journals, with the yeas and nays thereon eral election to be held in the year la54 Assess the Property of the County for the '
to I and they did determine and direct that the A. D.. that is to say : A new section shall Purpose if Levying State, County, School
her home in Orlando Sunday after said Joint Resolutions be submitted to the be added to said Article V to be designated and Municipal Taxes Levied by the State. I
spending ten days with Mr. and electors of the State at the General Election Section 1Gb. reading and providing as fol- County. County School Board. School Districts ,
Ef FORT No stooping, Ending or kneeling. You can cut I on November 2nd. 1954. lows: Special Tax School Districts Port service for
Mrs. G. S. Newcomb. THEREFORE. I, R. A. CRAY Districts; Drainage Districts, and Any : your car
\ wj| the end of this} jmproxe j bow saw in "hard I NOW Section I6b. When and as the business Other Taxing Districts. and Municipalitiesof '
.. Secretary of State of the State of Florida, of the office of the County Judge requires
Mrs. L. D Green and Mrs. C. D .
to get" places. Lessens fatigue. that the County.BE
do hereby give notice a in any county having a population of more i
Williams of Staike, and Mrs. D. GENERAL ELECTION than 125.000 according to the last official IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE H
I will be held in each county in Florida on census of .Florida the Legislature may provide OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA : !
Yes you'll cut better easier J. Clark of Tampa are spending That the following amendment to Article I
more economically in small I Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday for one or more additional County
in November. A. D.. 1954 the said Tuesday VIII of the Constitution of the State 1. We dean 4 We checkwindshields
timber from Wednesday to Monday in Judges who shall be elected by the qualified ,
Ot puipwood with McCulloch's
new Plunge Cut Bow. being the SECOND DAY OF NOVEMBERfor electors of such county at the time of Florida relative to the assessment of all
I ivaihbl for Models 33 47 and 430. Tampa.Mr. I the ratification or rejection of the said and places of voting for other county officers taxes; in the County thereto of Monroe,additional State of I' oil level',
Florida by adding an
Joint Resolutions proposing Amendmenta
and such additional
\ and Mrs. L. D. Green en- to the Constitution of the State of Florida, Judges, shall hold said office County:for Judgeor four section to be numbered by the Secretary I S. and check fan belt
Mtti'6f / tertained at reunion at nIt years and said Judge's or Judges' compensation of State be and the same is hereby agreed ; ;
> flat) //nfornof/onoJ/y/ !/ known a family akfisejwf -. shall be provided for by law. and to and shall be submitted to the electors I .a wiper blades. and battery.
McCulloch/ their home last Saturday with 35 .... all the of the State of Florida for ratification or '
II Saws /.o.b.? los Angeles 1 N. 1 he or they shall have and exercise
election be held
rejection at the general to
Iforl $195 00 members of the family present.Mr. powers and perform all the duties that on the first Tuesday after the first Monday ;| :
of .. HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 579 are or may be pros ided or prescribed by I ;
.- and Mrs. Carl Mathews A Joint Resolution proposing an Amend- the Constitution or Statutes for County in November, .1954, as follows: .z'5. We clean
ment of Article III of the Constitution of Judges, and all laws relating to the County Section From and after January I. .
i had as Sunday guests, Mr. and the State of Florida Relating to the Legislative Judge shall apply to said additional 1956. the county tax assessor in the 1 i I rear window and checkheadlights
I FLORIDA SAW COMPANY i Mrs. Dillon Whisler and children Department by Striking Therefrom County Judge or Judges. Provided. however County of Monroe State of Florida, shall '.
Sections 2 and 4 Thereof Pertaining to that any law enacted by the Legislature assess all property for all state county, i, and license ;
2727 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville; Fla. I lof Neptune Beach Mr. and Mrs. I Sessions of the Legislature and Eligibility providing for additional county judges school and municipal taxes to be levied in I \: \ : ;
I and Remuneration of Legislators and Inserting shall require a referendum thereon and the county by the state, county, county plate. check radiator.
-And- [Grover Conger and children of i in Lieu Thereof Sections Numbered such law shall not become effective nntil school board. school district special tax

1927 N. Marion St Phone 1675 Lake City, Fla. I Valpariso. Ind. and Bruce Mathews .i 2 Same and General 4 Respectively.Subject Matter.Pertaining to the it is the ratified County by affected a majority who participate of the votersof inaaid school districts,districts and any, port other districts taxing, drainage districts, ,i'I e' e4t1

i of Gainesville. BE IT RESOLVED BY TilE LEGISLATURE election. and municipalities of the county. i
_
The Legislature stall at the legislative ;I 3. We check
FLORIDA
OF THE STATE OF :
j Mr. and Mrs. W. No. 4 '
A. Stern and
cession in hiSS and from time to time
Article
I That the following amendment of (
"' 1iA
-I-_ : .:._- -= __ :J .:. : : ::t.: daughter, Louise spent Sunday at III of the constitution of the State of SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 179 thereafter enact laws specifying the tires! andy P 5"
the legislative depart- powers functions, duties and compensation rJ.u.
'St Florida relating to A Joint Resolution proposing an Amend ..
I Augustine Beach. ment, be and the same is hereby agreed to ment to Article III. Section 28 of the of the county tax assessor, designated j tire pressure, fIs --
Mrs ..T.Y Andrews, Mrs. Titus I and shall be submitted to the electors of Constitution of the State of Florida Relating in the first paragraph of this section, and i I I Jp
State of Florida for approval rejection shall likewise provide by law for the extension including wI
the or to Executive Approval of Bills by \.w/ spare.
11 Ol Uon Mrs. E. K Perryman and at the next general election to be held Providing That After Final Adjournment on the assessment roll of the sP/li
!' 'frs W G. Haile attended the I in 1954. that is to say that Article III of the Legislature the Governor Shall Have county tax assessor of all taxes levied by s qQW
of the Constitution of the State of Floridabe Twenty (1201 Days in Which to Approveor the state county, county school board.
Methodist W. S. C. S. Seminar in amended by striking therefrom present Veto Bills. school districts special tax school districts
Sections 2 and 4 and inserting in lieu BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- port districts, drainage districts, and any
Dedicated To Community Service 'Hastines on Tuesday. Mrs. Olson thereof the following sections to be num- TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA : other taxing districts and municipalitieswhose ,
!who is District Secretary of Christian bered 2 and 4 respectively: That Article HI. Section 28 of the Constitution taxes may be assessed by the county
"Movie Are Better Than Ever"If : the first
< Section 2. Regular and extra sessions.- of the State of Florida be tax assessor pursuant to para. GOODMAN'SService
I Social Relations and Local The regu'ar sessions of the Legislatureshall amended and the same is hereby agreed graph of this section.No..
.
Ad I Church Activities be held biennially. commencing on to and shall be submitted to the electors -
find concealed in the Florida Theatre also attendedthe
you your name the first Tuesday after the first Monday of the State of Florida for ratification or .
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS, W. S. C. S. meetings in High in Ann) A. D. IS$?. and on the corre- rejection at the next general election to 7 Station
..pond'IDe'day of second thereafter be held the
every year on Tuesday after the first
Springs on Wednesday and in Inverness SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1051A U. S. 301 at South City Limits
I> but the Governor may convene the Monday in November. 1954. as follows:
Joint Resolution Amend-
on Thursday. same in extra session by his proclamation.I Section 28. Executive approval of acts; proposing an Starke, Honda
ment to Article V of the Constitution ef
DEAR PATRON : I Regular sessions of the Legislature may veto; overriding veto.-Every bill that
the State of Florida Theretoan
by Adding
Mrs. J. L. Cole is a patient in < extend to sixty day.. but no special session may have passed the Legislature shall before Additional Section to Provide for Two
convened by the Governor shall exceed becoming a law, be presented to the
Starting: Otis Sunday "RIVER OF NO RETURN" with St Vincent's hispital. Jackson- Uenty days. The regular sixty-day bi-I Governor; if be approved it he shall signit. Judges Escambia of County the Court, Florida of Record, and in to and Provide for
ville. ennial session of the Legislature may but if not he shall return it with his .
ROBERT their BIG Legislative Authority to Provide Additional 8PIECELIVING
MITCHUM and J.RYLXIOXROE: in
a three-fifths vote of the membership of objections to the House in which it originated Needed.
Judges as
GEST PICTURE of all times this both houses be extended not exceeding a which House shall cause such
we urge to see BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE -
everyone I
total of thirty days which need not be con- jections to be entered upon its Qb-I
I OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
Show at REGULAR PRICES j ==- secutive. Recesses in such extended sea- and proceed to reconsider it : if, That the following amendment to Article : -
awn shall be taken only by joint action such reconsideration it shall pass V of the Constitution of the State of ROOM
No extended session Houses by two-thirds of members
of both booses. may a vote
Florida to be added as an additional sec
last beyond September 1st following the present which vote shall be entered on
Fri.. Sat. Sept. 3, 4DOUBLE I Sun.. Mon.. Tues Sept 567 regular biennial session. During such extended the Journal of each House it shall becomea tion Secretary to be of appropriately State and the numbered same is by hereby the
additional proposed legislation law. If bill shall not be returned GROUP
sessIOn. no any
1 agreed to and shall be submitted to the
3 BIG DAYS 3 shall be introduced unle.s consentis within fie days after it shall have been.
FEATURE electors of the State of Florida for ratifiCation -
I first obtained by a two-thirds vote of presented! to the Governor i Sunday excepted or rejection at the general electionto
the members of the House into which it ) the same shall be a law in like be held on the first Tuesday after the
: CINEMASCOPEplunges is sought to be introduced. manner as if he had aigned it. If the Leg first Monday in November. 1954. to-wit: $4A5
Section 4. Legislators salaries, etc. islature by its final adjournment prevent Section -. From and after the adoption
Senators and members of the House of such action such bill shall be a law, unless of this Amendment. there shall be
a
I you into the Representatives shall be duly qualified the Governor within twenty (20) days after Judge of the Court of Record in and for Phone 80 Starke Fla. g U 7
electors! in the respective counties and i the adjournment, shall file such bill with Lscambu County. Florida, in addition to I
: white.fanged fury of districts for which they were chosen. The his objections thereto, in the office of the the Judge of said Court already provided.
I compensation of legislators ahall be twelve I Secretary of State who ahall lay the I
same Said Judge shall be elected, at the General I
5THE CISCO KID the Great Northwest! hundred $1200.00 1 dollars each year and before the Legislature at its next session, Election next succeeding the coming into 1-Sofa Bed lCoffee Table
I shall be paid in monthly installments of and if the same shall receive twothirdsof effect of this Amendment and shall hold I
one hundred I 1)100.00)) dollars each. During the votes present it shall become law.
a office for aix and receive the
I : ROBERT"'ITCHUM the time the legislature is in session : and allowances years for expenses as samvsalary is I 1-Occa. Chair 2-Table Lamps
4hvOlOflt; each legislator shall receive per diem and No. 5 now provided for the Judge of the Cour:
travel expenses as provided by law but HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 851 of Record in and for Escambia Count/ I 2-Step Tables 1-Smoker
MONROE such may not exceed the allowances for
MARILYN Florida. He shall have' all powers and I
A Joint Resolution Amendment
proposing an -
such provided for other state
expenses
of Article! VIII of the State Constitution perform all duties and possess all qualifications i
1 officials under general law
h 20. Cenrwry-rWi by Adding Thereto an Additional that are or may be provided ir

Duncan Renaldo) Leo Carr.no p, River of I ,I -.v -:..:-. 2- M.0. of Section State to Relating be Numbered to the by Assessment the Secretary and prescribed for the by Judge the Constitution of the Court or of by Record statute :: $9.95 Down 32.50 WeeklyIDW
uPWt'O ,
MC4cO i CHARLEY
i E. JOHNS & SON Collection of Municipal Taxes. in and for Escambia County Florida arid
Ds4 b F. P' % | SENATE JOrNT RESOLUTION NO. 676 I I BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE all statute concerning said Judge shall I
i A Joint Resolution proposing an Amend- OF THE STATE apply to him. Provided however. that if I
OF FLORIDA
L No Return I about this question 1 ment to Article IX of the Florida Consti'I That the following amendment of :Article there be a Commissioner of the Court of
; 1 tution by Adding a New Section Thereto VIII of the Constitution of the State Record in and for Eseambia County Florida I
I to Be Numbered by the Secretary of State. of Florida he shall upon the coming into effectof
I relating to the
assessment and
C XM IT TECHNKOtOIM Although they are known to
to Provide That No State Funds Shall Be collection of th:j Amendment become such additional
municipal taxes be and the
TM WONOM Of I j Expended to Pay Obligations! Incurred to Judge and shall be commissioned by the
be honest. is
AND employees same hereby agreed to and shall be
STEREOPHONIC SOUND my are { Coastruct, Purchase or Maintain Any ToIl] submitted Governor as such to hold office until his .
to the electors of the State of .
"
continuously exposed to the i Road. Florida for approval or rejection at the successor .U duly elected and qualified. 1L
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA Ibl( The Legislature! may from time to -
next general election
to be held in 1954
THE CITY THAT I temptation of expensive mer- TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: that is to say that Article VIII of the; time and as the business of the Court ef :
I chandise and cash. That Article IX of the Florida Constitn Constitution of the State of Florida be Record in and for Eacambia County.: Florida : .
ready tion additions requires. provide for the
be amended by adding an amended by adding thereto as additional appointment
NEVER SLEEPS How can I best insure myself i section thereto to be numbered by the section to be numbered by the Secretaryof for one or more additional Judges of said _
t Secretary of State and the same is hereby State and reading follows to-wit Court. Each such additional Judge shall ;. ; _
as :
IX HIGH FIDELITY MAGNETIC I' against theft. embezzlement. agreed to and shall be submitted to the Section -. Authority: of the Legislature be elected and bold office for six years ;
Plus "One at State ratification and shall receive the salary and allowances ,
Meat Ball" Cartoon and electors the of Florida for as to assessment and collection of same -
I : or other dishonest acts of myemployees or rejection at the general election municipal taxes. The for expense as other Judge ef .;r'vi _
Legislature by
Chapter No. 6 Serial j SOUND COLO.R BY t ? to be held on the first Tuesday after the general special or local act provide may for the Court of Record in and for Escambia -
i first Monday in No>en.ber, 1954 as follows the assessment of the taxes of any: municipality County: Florida. They shall have all / ,?.. _
I TECHNICOLORAt i : I by the County: Tax Assessor of the powers and perform all duties and possess q j' -.-"- _
1 State funds shall not be used, appropriated -. county wherein such municipality: .is located all qualifications that are or may be pro : -: _
--It\y STO I or expended to construct reconstruct: and the collection thereof by the vided or prescribed by the Constitution er :" ; irv:
B---'" I maintain : by statute for the Judge of the Court ef .
REGULAR PRICES service repair purchase or lease County Tax Collector of such county: ; provided .
any: toll road extending into more than that BO such act. except the Record in and for Escambia County: Florida .. .
Charley E. Johns three counties or to pay: the principal or thereof for II referendum election.provisions and all statutes concerning said Jodze
Wed. Thurs. __ Sept. 8. interest of any: revenue certificates orother may become effectiv. in any municipality shall apply to them.
9 Plus -Boo Moon" Cartoon :
evidences .f indebtedness to ., ..
I eon OBtn approved by a majority vote of the -
I I struct reconstruct maintain, service repair ejectors qualified to vote in such municipality
ta
; purchase or leas any: toll road ez : voting at all election called for IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have _
I & Son Agency tending into mon than three cooaUes. such purpose which election may be held hereunto set my band and affixed tie
g'ih1 G. A RIMERTs : separately: or with any other eIec o1l. Any Great Seal of the State ef Florida at
I*: '.is.ae w ,.Q ...
such act shall provide for reasonable eompenatioa Tallahassee, the Capital. this the ISti Lay
I Phone 13 Starke Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAA4 > for the County: Tax Assessor and it August A. D.. 1954. ,.
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 'T5T County Tax Collector for inch additional K. A. GIlA Y .
., A Joint Resolution Proposing to Amen duties to be paid by: the municipality tat .--" BecrtUry StAte
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER S, 1934 (

.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. spent Sunday in Jacksonville.Mr. eluded Mrs. Allen Nolan and chil- setting for a lovely party on Fri- ['I France, where she will teach in Ridaught, and :Miss Gertrude
of dren of Whitehouse. I a. m., and followed by a covered of the church will be held Wednes- I
McCormack
: and Mrs. Hal day evening of last week when the the government school for American Houser, principal. !
Jacksonville were calling on Mrs. Freddie Moore arrived home ladies of the Methodist Church entertained children. She is the daughterof dish luncheon. Mrs. I. B. Tyre and 'day September 8, 7:45: p. m., at

Katherine Teare Friday of last Monday morning after spendingthe with a reception from Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cahoon, First The Baptist! Church I Mrs. John Roberts will be hos which time new church officers.
of them motoredover summer in Hendersonville, 8:00 10:30 Sunday officers and teachers
three to
week. The
L. II. p.m. honoring their who have a home on Lake Brook- will meet the tesses. The Night Group will meet 'Sunday School teachers and officers !
FutchtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. at home
by of Mr.
to Gainesville and were din-IN. C., where he visited his sister, pastor, C. F. Cumbee Jr., and his and
ner guests of Mrs. McCormack'sfather J. W. Thomas, and her;wife. In behalf of the churches lyn.M. Mrs. A. G. Loudon Thursday, 7:3C: I at 8:00: p. m. Both groups wiP and Training Union officers
at .the noon hour.A. family. and the community, and in a M. Sargent is seriously ill n m. to make plans for Promo, elect officers for the new ,hurch \\ ill be eietted All chinch: memo .t

The Lawtey Junior High School L. Crosby Sr. and son, Lea- Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonare fitting manner Rev. Edgar very Wil- in St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack- tion Day the last Sunday in Sep, II yea :bees are urged to attend this-! :mpuitant -

opened its new terra with an en- mar, of Starke, Richard Crosby of. spending this week with rela- kinson, pastor of the First Baptist sonville. His son, Capt. Wayne tember. They will also continue, The Annual Business Meeting ml'eting.'i .

rollment of approximately 300, Brooker, and Mrs. Elmer Jones of tives at Hudson Lake. Rev. Jack Church, extended to the Cumbee'sa [Sargent, arrived in Keystone the study of "Outlines of Bible' .
which is quite an increase over Compton, Calif., were calling in Siemer of Starke will be guest hearty welcome to our midst. Heights Monday morning by plane History" which is being taughtby = .:: ::::; .:.jr :: :_., ',_:_ ___ _',
the beginning enrollment for the Lawtey Saturday afternoon. speaker at the First Baptist I Mr. Cumbee's expression of thanks I from Germany where he is sta Rev. W. B. McCrary.The :

previous year. Rev. Edgar Wilkinson :Mrs. G. W. Roberts: spent from Church next Sunday in the ab- I was just as graciously given, and I tioned. regular monthly business -
pastor of the First Baptist Thursday to Sunday with relativesat sence of the pastor. the group expressed its feelings Mrs. Pat Fraher and Mrs. Camile and program meeting of the WM. I

Church, was guest speaker at the Boynton Beach. G. W. Roberts Terry Futch returned home last land appreciation by joining whole- I Stuart made a brief trip this S. will be held at the hij: f

assembly on the opening day. motored down Sunday to accom- I week after vacationing in Jack- heartedly in singing the old .week to Orlando.Mr. Tuesday. September 7th at 10:00, I "' T. :JMl6It1I'1: f fi
New faculty members for the pany her home. sonville. familiar hymn "Blest Be the Tie I I and Mrs. J. A. McDonaldand i TilE 't.:' .... .
include Mr. Smith and Mr. That Binds." 3
year Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. of
I Mrs Jewell Royal a':.d childrenof I three children of Jackson- (
Burr in the Junior High and Mrs. Anthony were weekend guests of Tampa spent several days last A very pleasant evening was ,ville spent several days this week LET US FILE YOUR SAW IE .
Kines and Miss Faulkner in the OPENING
his father and mother, Mr. and week with her sister. Mrs. W. F. spent in visiting and singing j with Mrs. Sara D. McDonald. our New Foley I
Elementary. Considering the num- on
Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Sr. Moore and family. hymns, and at its close vanilla i C. E. (Spike) Vance and his I
ber of new faces among the Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Dinkins
student body, there must have been Miss Enza Blanchard arrived ice-cream and homemade cake wife spent last weekend in Key- i AUTOMATIC> SAW FILIR IE i
were business visitors to Jackson- 1
were served. Mrs. H. Ofj
quite an increase in population in home on Saturday from a very C. WainI stone with his mother Mrs. Autry
the Lawtey School area since last ville .Saturday.Mr. pleasant week spent with the JakeShuf.ord I wright, Mrs. H. C. Kelley, and Vance. Spike is enrolled in Clem- j They'll cut i
and Mrs. W. C. Austin and Mrs. :
family in Appomattox, I I H. E. Priest were co- ,son College, Clemson, S. C. studying I like new when

May.Mrs.. Louise Appleby and chil- children Laurel, ,Miss.Beverly, arrived and unexpectedly Charles, of- Va.idents The Shufords are former res- ,,hostesses with Mrs. Futch j jj j I ceramic engineering.Billy filed on our Benton Home Improvements I

dren of Atlantic Beach and Mrs. I on Sunday for an extended visit of Lawtey. Among the interesting fTfYTTTTTTTYTTTTTYYTTTTTi I Ii i Demary is out of service I,; precision ma- j )
activities ;i chine. In a
Evelyn Bradley and children of with :Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Arwood. enjoyed by and is back in Keystone Heights. I i UNION BUS
Miss Blanchard during her few minutes STATION PHONE 147JSpecializing
Starke were Sunday dinner guestsof Carl and Brenda Thorpe returned stay i "Last Friday night'was a happy ;I j ji I
in
Appomattox were a ride i Keystone I have
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. to their home in Virginia sev- along Heights i time for the children in Keystone :; you'll I 1
the Sky Line Drive, visits to the j saws that cut cleaner, truer, I i
E. Warren. eral days ago after spending the Heights. The Volunteer Fire Department n. '
house
where Robert E. Lee surrendered -! I II (I faster. in (
Bring
:Mrs. Margaret Kelley returned summer vacation with their grand- j to by Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA gave a fish, fry at the I I your saws ,
home last weekend from a visit. of parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Shu- (1"the house General designed Grant by ,Thomas and to !I beach to help pay for the new fire today-you'll like our speedy I : ALUMINUM TILE ,

several weeks with relatives in ford, who accompanied them on (Jefferson at Monticello I engine, and they demonstratedthe I ervke. '_. fE
FOR KITCHENS
and also AND BATHS 3
Yankeetown and :Miami. a visit with relatives there and in I trip to the old.town of a II i I First Seregant Erwin Muse of the' new engine by taking all the I

Mrs. Louis H. Hill of Ft. Myers North Carolina. Incidentally, while ![where she once attended Lynchburg business j,Air Force arrived home Monday I kids for a ride. It was an experi- All Saws ReToothedAnd E GLASS JALOUSIES AND )
they were there the Carl Shufordsot !from Travis Air Force Base in most of them will for- Filed
spent the weekend at her home I classes taking a course in Seerei ence never
Gainesville motored up for a i tarial work. California where he had been sta- get. The lot in Crystal Heights on All Hand Saws 50c E AWNINGS 3 1
here.Mrs. visit also. The and children I tioned. He
C. F. Myles and children women i Mr. and Mrs. is visiting his parents. which just about everyone in Key- 165 X. Water St. Ph. 414-\<\
are remaining for a longer Ray Pack and children Mr. and Mrs. Muse.G. I' c,
:, of ,stone Heights had a chance was VENETIAN BLINDS I
visit, but the men returned home Atlanta, Ga., were guests ALSO SHARPENALL
last weekend, arriving in Lawtey ''of his sister, Mrs. Irving Shaw E. Wiggins has been ill with won by Clayton G. Strickland ofj i KINDS OF TOOLS,
land family from Friday to for several days. "Starke. 1 1I! FLOOR TILE
Sunday. 'Ii 1 Sunday..lflu! I Knives, Scissors, Etc.
i Mrs. Effie Boatright and Mr. and Mrs. John Bird Okinawa Keystone Heights School opened E
FLORIDATHEATRE Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Massey and I daugh of I All New Equipment : ALL KINDS
sons, Wayne and Spurgeon, spent ter, Merle, were guests of relatives are visiting Mrs. Ella Bird. Monday with an enrollment of '
from Friday to Sunday in Palm in Macclenny on Cunday. Friends of Mary Alice Cahoon one hundred and forty-eight. The CALVIN JOHNS E FREE ESTIMATES LOW PRICES

Beach where they attended a Fel PASTOR IIO.XOKKD ;'Hazen will be interested to learn faculty is the same as last year; 465 N. Water St. _.' ,.,.. _.. ._ _. .._ ..,. ...., ._ }
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Avenue Baptist Church. 1- .. .
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:Mrs. Preston Green spent Sun- -

day in Madison. Accompanied by II ,

I her son, Benny, she took Miss | ]
3 BIG DAYS 3 Mige Green home after a two I ,'

weeks visit here. !
Miss: Wanda Wall of Starke t
Sun. Mon. and Tues. I
spent last week with Miss Patri- i i
SEPT. 5, 6, 7 cia Parrish. !
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells and I 1
IN HIGH FIDELITY MAGNETIC daughters I arrived Friday from': 1I

SOUND Color by Okeechobee. Mary Ann and Nina j I

TechnicolorAT ] will enter school after having spent !! 7I

the summmer there, and Mrs. ,
REGULAR PRICES'CINEMASCOPE Wells came for a visit with her I

mother, Mrs Effie Miner. Frank :

[Wells returned to Okeethobee on
Sunday. I
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Mrs. R. W. Mosley attended to i I

s business in Jacksonville Saturday. ,
Miss Elizabeth Cumbee returned :
to her home in Gainesville Thurs- j

day evening after a stay of sev-
eral days with her brother at the !!:

Methodist parsonage. II
Miss Cheri Redgrave returnedto

Wr r ,4 her home in Jacksonville Thursday I i I -
of last week after having'I II 1L
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; I spent the summer vacation with r: I SA.
(relatives here. She was accompanied -
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by her grandfather, O. J. ,
i Anders, and his son, Billy, who had I ,
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business in Jacksonville that day. I
I Mrs. Jack Bales and children I II II I

plunges you.into the j returned to their home in Altoona ,I
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Sunday after having spent the
white-fanged fury of '1
summer with her mother, Mrs. Mae !
4 the Great Northwest! Wells. Mr. Bales motored up fii Prices Reduced Nev/ -
on \ ;
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| the weekend and took his family ,
t ROBERT MITCHUM j home.I i v. M.. ,fjT --,: .."." ? T-
II j Misses Barbara and Joy Starling I 411I1AJq1

MARILYN MONROE came home Sunday from a m& )euendable. Gulf Tires
.20.*C.tlfury-Fox' I visit of several days with relativesin

River of I Jacksonville.Mrs.. V. R. Reddish went to : I II

i Webster several days for
( ago an
No Return 'extended visit with her son, Roy, I
and
his wife.
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3. 1934 --u BBADFOBD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEX]

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,relatives. J. A. Eunice, Sunday School supt. I IJackso Prank )3foorer 1acqueln Ross Mrs. Florence Thornquest. Jennie lining Mrs. L D. Wiiams. Henry -

Mr. and :Mrs. Trout of Jackson- Johnson, Don me }Malone Helt'n)1 Raven Eulah Tenly Edmond D. Fining L. D. Madie
SOIL CONSERVATION I The sons of Collie Griffis were Jackson, Lilly Malone, Ruffin Walter Tenly. Louise AV. A'ampfy. George Williams Lottie
ville were in our community Sun- Jones George T. Mitchell, Zellie Reddish, Pete Tompkins Arsula Vampfy Rose I Wells, John Henry
'baptised at Lake
Crosby Sunday. .
Johns Lois Y.
day. Muhlhofer Walter 3t. Reddish Ruth Thornton Elbert Earl Vilsky, Philip Jr.
I Griff is in an Orlando Hospital Jackon. Curtis Muhlhofer )lldred A. Roberts, Carl Thomas H. J. '.kker J. M. Warren, Marvel
NEWSBy 'with Thought for the week: "Whoso Jackson Edward B. Manning. ) Redgrave Carolyn H. Thomas, A. J.. Jr. Vickers Doris AVarren. Dock
TB. Hope he will be home Jackson Lucille e. )loody. Eldred L. Roberts lr. Billie Thomas Susie B. Vaughan n White, Olin '\'.. Jr. '
with his family soon. trusteth in the Lord, happy is he, Johns Dorothy V. Moody, Catherine J. Iurrhee Thomas, B. T. Vaughan, Blanche Wise, I?.
Bill
Haas ThelmJ
i Proverbs 1620. J' nes. Janette P. Moore James T. Ruffs Cecil 1 Torode Mrs. Lula Vezropoulos, Nick Wise .
Johnson Ruth W. Moore, Irs. Martha n. ]:uis. Effie Turner
Robert V.
Sunday School is at 9:45: a. m.. Warren, M. D.
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION i Johnson Abbie W. Iurrhee, "-m. T. Rosier Ellis Thigpen, IV. L.. Jr. White O. AV. Warren Mrs. :M. D. !
Worship Service, 11 a.m. and 81 Joue;:. HeUI" Mitchel. Rev. Thomas Iigby, D. L. Thomas, Dan G. M. AVillard, J. AV. i

p.m. each Sunday. Mid-week service I GOT EVERYTIUNG' Give her ]Jackson Margaret r. Itigby, lrs. D. 1 Tyus. H. K. White'Ett S. Warren, J. C. 1
SERVICE Jackson Lulu Barbara J.
:ltchell 1rs. Ricks, Jesse Tyus Minnie L. Warren Muriel O.
1L C.
t 4 is Wednesday at 8 p.m., andteacher's an Esterbrook pastel purse pea Jones. Ruby L Raulerson, Leroy Thomas Delia Wall N. D.. Jr. Weldon! Steve A., Jr. :
Z Johns Robert 8. [organs. Frances : Rushing, C. IV. Thomas, Berice Walnwrgh AVhigham. Mrs. Eula
meeting is each Sunday Only $2.37 at Bradford County I II Jones Fred G. Ianire, E. 1. Rushing Inn Thomas. W. Williams., Austin Homer i,

The Board of Supervisors will that it was getting close to lupine at 7 p.m. E. C. Harvey, pastor: I Telegraph I Jones,, Naomi Edward Moore Esther, Queen Mae Rhoden Raulerson. DorisJones Viverette Thome Thomas,, D.Annie L. AVilliatns. Louise Nat 'Y Williams"lams Leroy, Roosevelt i!

bold their regular monthly meeting i planting time. He went on to say Johns Charles C. Martin. Doris 3i. Roberts, Marilyn Thigpen Mrs: Mildred AViggihs.Williams,One A. B. AA'ingate.: Maurice I

at Green's that sweet is of the Drown, "Irs. Florence Darby Irs. Chas. Mrl' W'. A. Martin. Henry C. Roberts. Curtis A. Thomas, Eddie Williams Gertrude Wainwright J. t
Lloyd Thursday, lupine one Bonham j I' Knight, ('. A. Iathews. 1\lrs. Leona Roberts Carl S., Jr. Thomas Mallory Jr. AVise, Evelyn E
H. Denmark Wilson
8. U. PeatriceBessent Dea Weeks
sept 2.Pete I cheapest feed you can buy and Irs. Mary Iowling William E. om.Godwin Irs. Prescott Knight. Clara Mrs. N.Mae 1. Mathews, Carl Rigsby. Eddie Thomas, Leora Warren,, Mrs. N. Annie Wise Chester L. i[

Wainwright used the Dis- helps the land too..TTTTTYYYYTYYYYY. HurnE'Y, Mrs. Gladys lJahmt'r.o J. Oriffis, James E. I I Knight.Nelma Mathews L"uce Tomlinson! Mrs. Joe P. 'Varen.)1 T. Weeks, Leila Mae.
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Burnt'y, Mrs. G. W. Dahmer Iernardine Green Irs. Kina Y. Keene Marco. Seymour Stump, F F Tomlinson. Joe P. M.Wynn, H.: C. !
trict seeder to plant Argen- Battle labl'lI Dampier Rhoda Z. Hrider. Kenneth C. Kldd, R n. :ltcht'll Ruthie : !app IV, 3t. Trawick:! Jack L. Warren RuchieWiley Wynn, Lillie I
Kidd! Eunice E. !. Andrew mith. E. Trawick Jane A. Ward Mrs. AV. R.
C. G.
tine bahia grass seed. Pete is TTYYYTYHIGHLAND' Barksdale Dixon Irs. Kate fill John Kincaid Irs. JeanMagyari i Jack : t
l"rgaret
HoweTomlinson
arksdale: Irs. Virgie Dennis Irs. Iyrtice K. Gatlin Lester M. Stump. }: Twining AVimberly, W. M. Williams Josephine I
putting some of his fields into Bryan, Mrs. Julia Dowling Ernest J., Jr. Gatlin Mary Keene.nette Irs.D. Leona Moore 'elson.. Sicox J. 1. I Tomlinson! Roy Wimberly, K te' Williams John Wesley I
,
Gilbert In. PearlKillingsworth Mrs. Annie I inwrigbt. Inez
Brown
When Use seeder Doyle. Mildred G. Green Edwin P. Mrs. MOre Belle
pasture. a .
you
BeaHr, Jerry Doyle Jefferson D. Gay J. 0.Itutord I Igmla. S istrncl Joe )1. Toomey. Mayme I. Wiley. Lttie Wilcox! Bette Lee

cultipacker you usually can get It. C. Ienton Mrs. Willie Gay Irs. Muriel I. Kate George Mercer, lck. Annie c H. Thomas Tomlinson. Leroy Wiggins, Laura Lee Winkler Merry A. I
pelou"o" )1Er"er. Mrs. A. J., Jr. Williams E. C.
Buford, Mrs. Irma ,
Mae LeeDurney Martha
Rosa D.
more even stand of grasses. The Graham Kirkland. J. T., Jr. Mae icox Timmons. \al.
I Robert lola
By Sirs. Lacy NormanLLALAAAAAAAAAAALALLAAAAL Ida )Iae. Dampier n. C. Gabagan Mattie P. Delia Gladys AVilliams. Mrs'
cultipacker covers the seed about ridges Mrs. Lillis Dobbs Alton Green LorE'nzo D. I Kite, l.oulIe J. ,. 1. la"elalt'. P. E. Smith. Junius 3!. ''I Timmons. Lena Mae G' lls Walter. William II.AValker. I
Kite. rae P. Torode
.1 It'rst'.reau. Hannah John A. Mrs. John IL
Beaver, Susie
one inch and packs the ground to ,! J. W' Dobbs Klta Green Mae DeesBrownlee Kelly. IVarren Iannng! Ford D. SIndei. Leona ,Torode. Mrs. Sarah Ward Mrs CarrieAVeldon. Webb Mrs. Veda Mae
I Pyal. Pete Inman D.
Green I Kelly. Regena Manning. Hester C. W. A.. i Testone, Zenas Mrs Mary L. S.
"hold in the moisture which helps Brownlee June Baker Iriggers. C. A. Green Metbalarden ;tern, -llall
Misses Evelyn Norman and Jan- Johnnie W. Kirkland. El. X. Morrison. Henry Stern. I Tesione. Mildred E. GladysWilliams. Mrs. Carrie
Irs. Vida Theessa
the seed to I Dyal Gar, A. Llbron Irs. Thomas Fred \1Iam5.
germinate.A Mae Kersey Morrison henry Smith IV. P.. Jr. Agnes J. .
Bardt'n Ora
ette Griffis of Jacksonville Douglas, J. K. ( Mrs. Pauline
spent H. C. ay Kaufman, John IVarJott. J. R. Silcox Henry Thomas, Victoria Wilams. Mrs. Mary
Brown
Douglas Iva N. Hazel Williams Sarah
soil conservation farm plan the weekend here with friends and i j L'ruwn Irs. Dodd II'. J., Jr. Grew, John D. ren Irs. Alice Jlott Montgomery, Mrs. Freda, David Smith J. E Tilley.Thomas,.,...Leslie E. M. Wainwright James White Mrs. Lucia
Florence A. Irs. W. J.. Jr. Ka1fman. Sapp. Gerald C. '
relatives. Dodd 'Elia Wooer
was delivered to Clarence Cooper j H. Mrs. I'
Bishop H. A., Jr. Davis O. ,, Silcox > Thom Marie A.Wooer, Mrs. Maggie
Oswood E.
Charles Mosely of Orange Park I J. C. Kersey Irs. 31. Irene .
Barton, Sassee
manager of the Bradford Forestsof riggt'r". Amelia C. Hoover J. C. Knight. Hoilis V. Warren S. X. JLWilson..
was in our community Sunday. { Barton, H. A. 1)esue Luke Hemtng'a F. G. Kerrigan. Joseph ewlomt'. Edna Searing Irs. Eunice Thomas.Thomas Leroy Williams,Mrs Amos Sarah '
Rayonier, I Marie
J. C. Perkins
Inch Bennett Louis Davis, Lillian K II.llishop Nasworthy I. r
III ]( Williams
ayes lrs. Joe Williams A. C.
Taylor, Frances M.
Mrs. Earsely Norman and chil- Mrs. H. A", Jr. Dobbs Q. J. Etta Kllhng"worth Nasworthy. Elzbeth Sparks, S. E.
Hoover, Williams, Sallie Wynn Bette M.
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A complete soil-and-water conservation dren I iRaker A. H. Dobbs )Irs, Q. J. Hoover, Della C. Norris W. )' Silcox. Mary Frances Taylor, Prnice M. :
of Lawtey visited her mother i]Raker Ruth fl C. E. Kelly. \.U8 Norris. !n Silcox. J. L'. Taylor Albert C. ade. C. T. Winkler, Sue C.AVillams .
farm plan was prepared :Mrs. Ruth Marr. J. R. Ieh'in Haynes, Hope Kerr. E. W. Nollman Ei. Mrs. S. E.Kelly Turner, Janet A. Wade Mrs. C. T.AVainwright. Melba E I
I I J I Bulinngton lIt'h'in, Anna Belle Mayes Ruby A. Charles J. I. Sparks Thomas, IV. D. Katie Walker, John U !

for W. F. (Happy) Cooley and i Mrs. Louise Kirkland and chil- ,i Riggs Biggs F.Mrs. 1.. .E.Jr.I..I Jr Da"ey 1I0uglali., John H. C.J. ltutto tart Edna 1. S. Knight. halo. E. Xolman.t'le\oegel .. I.. Stringfellow Silcox 1lrs.. Gladys W. n.K Thomas, Mrs Elizabeth ','tlams. Edwin Walker Mrs. John L. 1

J. W. Brownlee. Happy's farm Is.. dren of Jacksonville visited the Proadway. Juth Donovan Lillah Hutto, Olrs. 1.. S. !I tek'iR n'I rs. t- Elizabeth Stringfellow, Mrs. Herbert ljam"on G. I. 1.. "Williams:ar en. Mrs 011kThomas Florence ,

located on the Rosier Road. He Is : Marr family. jRroadway' H. C. burden. A. C. Ilaile W. G. tie Ruth\ Norton, Jessie S.1. Iabt'l Dorothy Thomas Mrs. Peggy ''0d Florence Weeks David: R.
INggl'. Hobert E. Durden Lamira Halle, Maude C. : Xe\comb. G. Sale Mrs.
J. Williams Lucius
going to use Argentine bahia and : Blair, trl' W. L. Kite. Perry Jr. Newcomb Libby Sale Guy H.'noneaburBrr 11 WiJams.othel
Visitors at church Mrs. j Ht''ut'. Clarence Albert
were Wm. D. Warren Joseph D.
Kenneth I.. Ilar man ot'gel. Stanley S. Fred Thoma., Mrs. Hazel 'VIUams
white clover in his pastures and I i ltagwell ansby n. O. Elsie I Kro enhurger. )Ir. Sapp. L. John I. AVarren Betty E. '!
Jonnie Mae Strickland, Wilbur j''HolgWel1, Cleo Dansby Irll. F an"t'sIIall.. SheUie ?\ot'gel. Jewel A. app. Mrs. Lola Mae Wells M. C. Waldron, Sore

hairy indigo and lupine for soil ._Iobela, and Wilfred Wilkinson, ;" Renton. S. Jackson Sr. 1I0wling. "IajorleL Hemingway L. G.Burnham. Knight' Ilma.. Pauline J. Newman, Seymour, Elzabeth. I Thomas W. O.Thornton. Webb O. 0. 1
his "That j Pearl Dell Bertha Lee Hemingway, Annie E. Xewman. eymour, J. Mrs Thel- : ,V. R. Mrs. H. H.
SirsP1Albert Toung.
building George
on cropland. Kaufmann. Wad
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all of Jacksonville, and Leonard j l:ryan, Wesley W. Dowlinl1. Dorothy hares Della flma C. Xewman, tilt'). )Ir.. Lteaufm ma B.Thornton. Williams, C. C. Young Theodore 1"

hairy indigo sure opened my eyes. Wilkinson of Maxville. Eatten ('. E. nrt'\\. James Ilnuston harry II. Kenis. Sam nl. G.: J. E. T. I Elmer AVasdln. R. S.Wasdin. Yancey E. A. .
it yields : |Batten Margaret F. Drew, )In'. James Holland, ESI'le D. ?\ewllome. O. T. Shull ,Irs. E. T. Thornton.! Marzillie Mrs It. S. Yancey. Mrs.
Why so
improved my T. E. Pease was in our commun- iltarksdale; Hobert C. Dval H. O. llazen Clifford, Jr. Norman Maude Stump, Liian :Turnier. Harry F. Winkler Warren AV. Yawn, Theron lA.
much I'm going to use it as a Barksdale. Barbara 11. Devoe, S. larding T. B.Prown Long, ('ornetla Peek Norman. Ovid Simpson, Taylor Bessie Riley Williams Francis M. Yawn Lila
Friday evening. ,
ity j W. W. Devoe, Irs. S. Emma Long, T. T. Xewsome, Perry M. Silcox. Vernon Taylor, Aaron Kirk Ha
Hughes
cover crop all the time, states Long, Ada Mrs. E. Ii. Williams, Jeanette Young. R. F.
Brown. Sht'rdia F. "lerwl Newsome Smith.
Happy Birthday to Bernice ] Dennis 1. F. Holliday Sara Hope Ailliams.. AVillard Young. Jesse Love
Lewis James Gene W. W. D.
Happy. Bell Etht'll Deverick Denver r Noegel. 8ewel. I'nderhill .
Haynes Webb
Mosely. Aug. 18; and Evelyn Mable Libby L. Noegel. Connie E. Eth 10. Margie Mrs Aneda Young Nina M.
Bryant Deverl. hessie 1\1. Harrington. Mary 1 8ewt'l. Urquhart. Marvin Jr.
I M 'Vei. Edna H. Yeomans Mr.
m"hop.Ina.. R. Lennon Noegel E. 1' Chas. nle
Jimmie Brownlee is to Norman, Aug. 24; Beadie Norman, Dell Robert Gladys
going I Laker I. Z. Dell Roosevelt Jr. E. D. Landrum. T. Frank Norman Edith Smith Mrs. Virginia
Hunter,
use Pensacola bahia and crimson Aug. 24; and Ellen Norman, Aug. ;i Baker, Edna Mae Douglas Charles Hal1an. ,Jobn LLsrton Landrum. Mrs. T. \ewllome Jessie E. v".
Mrs. 11. A. louglas )Irs. IL C. Mrs. Annie Frank Nichols. V. A. Smith Foster Shi NOTICENotice
24. Wish them Hut"hings,
and white clover. Jim states that many more.
L. Mrs. Anne
'I Barefoot Sarah Dinkins. John L. l.ng. t.lhard I. Nichols. Ro1bie Smith Mar
he wants a grass that can be. A stork shower for Mrs. Avie llarnes. Alf Dustin Ernest W'. Ilerlong Dr M. n.I Lawson, I. A.. Jeel, Pefg Anse Simmons. Haztl is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold
Ada
planted with the least trouble and! Austin was given at the home of I Bishop, Lillian M. Dustin Irs. Bertha M. Houston 31rs. Hilda : Lwson.Irs.. L Jr. Smith. Wilbur Julia Tyson A. at public auction on the Uth day of September, 1)54 at City Hall Law
Brown, leurgr A. ; Norman Leroy Scott.
Dell Oscar larding Mrs. T. V. Thema tey, County of Bradford State of Florida to pay the amount due for
stand the most rough treatment. I(Mrs. W. C. Hardee on Friday. The 1Jennett. Samuel Dommon, Hester Hammett nose: LaraiitaUL, \ The- ?\oln. P. T. Scott Lillian taxes herein set opposite to the name, together all costs of such
ma D'al Mrs. Tommie Silcox. Patsy Roberts Wit
Hlanken"hll'. Jlrs. James
1)ommon Ethel sale and
Holtzendorf. advertising
The bahias are a grass that can guests enjoyed several games and ,: Margaret Duncan David 11. Holzendorf, Ben Lmb. .Ir).. Elizabeth Norman A. nUlsel Starling. K. E.

be planted by machinery and it is refreshments served by the host- J Il-rinklt'y. Roy C. Duncan Dahf'Y llartman I.oyree I f:. Norman Simpson, Irs. Rebecca CITY OF I.AAVTKV VEST OF RAILROAD
lIarkt'r. Frank II, peas. John H., Jr. Eddy Lawson, Mrs. E. Noegel Marvin E. Spence. John
one of the best for hard esses, Mrs. Iris Pendavis and Hartman. Law, \Ir" Ellen E. Elaine ,Yo
grasses .I Howdf'n, B. J. Peas Irs. Hettie Hazen Mrs Clara I. t Noegt'I, Mary Smith I>-rlpioB Onnrr Yr. Taxes
use. Mrs. Hardee. Mrs. Austin received -, Rooden 1Ir" Janet C. puke l\Irl. Leila .-\. rllnllingsworth. F. C. Lee 1. E. Smith, W. H. I Lot 50 x 100 ft. West of Free-

lovely gifts. |tDrown Lucille E. Duke: Glenn P. Hollingsworth: Mrs Law. Blanchard Olsen. Brrtie. "t. John Alice man Register Lot in Elk 4 Geo. W. Robert DH $4.SO
many Brown, Fate Hun wood). n. S. Annie n. Lee. T. L Olsen Titus Stelanel1!. henry .
George Brown soil scientist with Mr. and Irs. Richard Sapp and L'rewton Viola Dowling W. D. llazen M. F. Long, 3larian D. o.t'r'treet. D. S. 8ttat'lh. .Mr". Ilenryn U$ 20.50

the Soil Conservation Service, pre- boys, Dickey and Paul, were visiting Barr, Frances M. Dixon, Mrs. A. 1. lIastingl. James I lu g. ,Eugene Mary' 1.\1. Overstreet' Annie Starlng, titlev L e Lot 123 ft. x 200 ft in Lots S 10.50
Mary
I I Barr. Andrew J. Dunwoody, Mr" !l. S. H. L :Lble Owen W. E.
lough & 6 in Elk 4
pared land capability (soils) mapson the Lacey Normans Friday Bennett OVId D. Denmark Ernestme lIainf'. Lewis D. .. ".I hlrd J. Owen Mrs Clara Mae pente.J. ,' Ceo. W. Roberts 1951 Ut
'Bennett, Geraldine S. Mildred ). LI ar. 1952 1.50
the farm of Freeman Dankel, Mrs. Howard" E. I Litte Owen Virgel r s
RegisterJr.
evening since it was Mrs. Norman'sbirthday. Katie Mae Starling, Joe K t t : US3 1.50
I H. L. O. I Lt'gg..t Owen F. t
J'iazen, ;
., which is located at the Santa The Sapps are from Carlton Fred Pankel X. S. Hazen, Mrs. Frankie Lee, Jot 11rlt.ora. Smith. sIl K.Lappe Lt 75 ft. x 4 2fiO It I Lots 5 8 _

Fe fire tower: T. A. Graves, who 'I ICanova Livy A. Dell, W. D. M. August B Owens. George D. Stone 1".. 1. J. E. Wall Jr. un 2.19
: Green Cove Springs. Tobl U5t.oun
!Canova MCna A. tittles, 8truth. Mrs. Klzle S.
has the Home Dairy, in Sampson Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Norman and Clemons "ronla Harris" William I Lawson. J. 1. Outaw. Lvern Struth, Kate 2.50
Cummings Walter Edwards Win. Howard Mrs. V. E. Lawson, Mrs J. T. Old'. IV.' Struth Merrill S 7 of Clock *3 -- aiClock Ceo F. Tones 1949 %.!*
Judy .o E
City and Flake Watson, whose son Larry visited Mrs. Norman's Coleman joe Edwards. l\Irl Dell ]Inward. Joe A. Lainps. Gust Stewart James F. mo 1.69

place is located in the Graham parents.-Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Grif Chalker:Mrs. C. W. Epperson. W. J.. Jr. Howard, iteulah I Ij Lee, Margaret Perkins, Linnit' St John. Vincent S. ; .i. 051 I.!'
j COlt'miUl.Irs.. Mary Eppt'rllon, Doroth Harris W. C Lewis. Thomas E. E, K St. John Mildred un 1..0
n I.
community.J. fis of Lawtey Sunday. They are E Edwards, J. )1. Ilaisten S. W. Little George H. .errym n: Lois ricklolnd, nose -1 __ 1553 UO

feeling better at this time. 'anilOn I J. \'. Edwards. Lucille henry A. H; Leggett. Addle Ierrym J. Simmons. 1frl Ruth Comm. at a point 20 ft N of corner 1
J. Moodv. whose farm is located 'Colley. Margery H. English I. 1::. Hayes W. E.Colson Little, Lola Powel. Ethel Chal n: Smith! W. RLnbn. of State St. & Lake Ave. .
Persons attending the Union C. '\". English, Leona G. Hobbs Gladys U. 1 Phillips. Mrs. Rosa Smith, S. 1. and on A7 side of State St.
out at the Lake Butler Road, ; Edwards. Ierrlll Ilolton J. G.'l' 0 1. & run N. 20
I at Cedar Creek Baptist l'ol"on Lemut'l LI"n! ; Pearce, Irs. Bertha Sullivan. Idbt'l ft. W 70 ft N 29
used the District rotocycle mower I Meeting ')I on'11rs. \da. Edwards. )1 rs. Merrill Holland. Eleanore Lewis! Elmer E. Priest Clyd G. Sullivan. Dorothy I. f AV 30 ft. S II ft. E 30 ft.
Church on Friday, Aug. 27 were |I Powers; Edwards, W. A. Hutto GarnitaCarlile Lewis, Pace Mrs. Clyde Samra. Sam 20 ft. E 70 to point of

to mow down the weeds on his ,I Sarah and' Ellen Norman. Jettie Ruth Edwards, "'rl<. Carrie Hough Mrs Alma L.appe. it. 11. Paul f'rilt., A..T. Shepherd I. P. beginning Atfonzo CrtffU 1953 23.5b
pasture land. Q. T. Lyons also C lson' !Mrs. Bessie Edwards. Elaine Ilazt'n, Elsie P. Lewis. Jeff Mildred Shepherd Mrs. I. P.
Padgett. and the Rev. E. C. Har-;I i('ar'ter: w-. 11. nnis. Gary Henry Mrl' A.' Ii.f Leonhard Fred 10wel 1\lr. Shaffer. Elizabeth ('I01 i.IVTEyEAST OF \II.HO\D
used the rotocycle mower to mowdown Mrs. n. E. Hutto O. P. K
'tlresI'll'r Haul Dyer Edwards, Mack .
1 f r.
weeds on his pasture land. Vey.Mrs. j i Cook I H'o\\"ard. Ennis. )Irlo.e'a Y. Hobbs. J. C. Lne., Curtis T. l'owel.. .Ne. Jr. Shal smut. nobblt'.1.Cr.tia: 1. East 52 ft. Lot B M. prown 151 2,68

Jettie Padgett spent a few Crosb)'. Marian 1. Edwards Jt'an.W.. Hardy, Charles: Lee Roselle I Perk. Jyra I). I. UI
By mowing down the weeds be- Cook W IL Eberle Irs. W. Hard. JauDlta Y.Crosby Lewis, Irs. Searing. Earl 15 2.54
I
her olle Wm -
with C.
granddaughter
Heilbronn
days at J Lot 9
A. D. Russell Holliday Arthur H. Lee. Albert J'uwell Mrs. Robs Crawford
fore seed out cut the Smith Dennis J.U
they you .
'Dar'bara Hussell A. Harton. O. E. Cle) I. U12lii11lltlfll"9! :: ( Uil
Bettie Starling. j Cameron. Eberle Lee. :Ir. Leone Snnplbn. I.. L rh.r 1.69
next year's weed crop almost out G. L. of Heilbronn was in 'J Annette Ellington Leon A. Ilaisten Gertrude Luse. Julia Mae Mary E. 1. Harriet Simpson. Laura E. I I I' I ,. .11 I J UU 1.50
and it gives the more grow- Sapp ,('rushy Albert L. Jr Ellington. Mrs. Selma Hardy J. F. Lee. Eugene I'almour J'ulum' Sullivan. I.onnie D. I t US3 l.i8
grass I : W': Edwards. J. M., Jr. lardy Jo Ella F. J. North half of Lot 15
our community Thursday. Crosby Violet Lee, A. C. Vellum: dirs.: F. J. Studatill! W. J. 'Ed DenifieldC use
ing room. and Conner, Herman 1. Ellis ars. "Iable Hudson M, F. Sr. Lewis! Ovid G. Studstill. Mrs. W J. 17
Smith 1'ooser
Mr. and Mrs. Homer J. W.
.Christmas, James A. Edwards E. A. HudlOn. Irs. )1. F. Srristmas Lewis. Mrs. Ovid G. Sheppard ; ..I- 15 C.OT
.At an ACP meeting the other daughter. Shirley left Friday for t h Edna W. Edwards. Mrll. Blanche Howe C. F Allen Patel Poa'ell.George Van D. Smith. alrs) : Ktel.ggett. r-, 3.58
and 'arratt A. II. Edwards, Tomme F. Lowe, C. I.? Jr Locke, R L'. ; C.P.Spence. Mrs. Bert Lot/10rt.. x 314 It In Lot us S.t8
day chairman Jeff Davis stated j South Carolina to visit friends Conway, E. jo'. Edwards, ) rll. Violet Howe Marion N.; Lewis H. 1::. Perrynan, Comer : Spence, Pert 1 David McKaJ US %.50
!t'onner Dorothy Eaves Jack Andrews lIall. Jimmie Lee Lee G' Parker Charles C Spence. 3ltrtieLee Lot 80 ft. x 117 Lot '15 %.59
LUU
: Pre".ley, Annie Mae ft I 1 Houston J.U
: Mae I lhrtcheson. Elory Winnie II.
Conner l-ula T.&arbr('. I Ii. K.LwIS. .
LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS FOR GENERAL ELECTION :!;('Olson Thomas F. Edward. Gladys C. llernwall C. E. I Ruby lhiip.' .G.Ernest 1. Stern Louise: un USI 19

Cul"on, Catherinr (o. Epps: Dilly; H..rnwal Pearl C.: Utn Batten, Mar C. Smith! J. IV. 10un
Crews Louis Edwards, G. c. Hazen, V. '. ) Smith. Mrs. V. S. Lot *0 ft. x 274 in Lot 1.56
Eytha Florence .
OF THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA, TO BE HELD (Crews n-e"lIit' l\I. Edwards. hlva lee llazen Cleone Robert M. Perkins John Simmons F. ft 1 US
Ernie !
Patray. D.
I Edwards, Gladys l. hall Edward A.t'onway \1'Hae. n 100 ft. J.50
l' x 137 ft.
Conway lacy Gertie F. Simmons Janice Lt in Lot Ltndsey Corp.
Peterson James uu
A. 2,50
!
D. 1954 Farris H. Edwards, Comer: D. hall Marguerite M.Cassels .. Linnie St. Richard D. fl of N. 33 fL Lot 1 C. C. Spring
A. :
C. Jo'nl. I
FOURTEENTH; DAY OF SEPTEMBER, Ah'f'r Edgar. )Irs. Janet Harrell J. M.Pressler :1'Cul., Jack F. l'kkett Pickett Mrs.W e. It.Slade. T. n.I'omb. of Lot 1 Joe Critt 15 %2.50..50us
J'mes Darrell Mr" J. 3T.Cummings. :
Mt'rritt Edgar Mrs T. n.
Grace D. W.5Iadt'
Andrews J. "'., Jr. Arnold. Joseph II. Albright. Alberta Ollie Mae Henderson Mrs. E. Eo"ux. 31r'. Ilan- Parker. William. Small. Cleveland. Lot 100 ft. x 200 ft. East of road : .5'
Alvarez A. L. Andrews Mrs.. K. E. Avery, Louise Irll. J. C. Jlelderson.! E. E. 11'le"t, :lr"' Nona James F. in Lot 35
Anderson A. W. Adams H. H. Anderson John D. Cox. J. ('. Futch C. A. Ilaisten Julia I McKinney lon n. Ann lrt'at E. T.MarSimmons Immonl.. Stephen E. Lot 269 ft. x 200 ft N. of Road Aet Thompklns 1953 2.00
1\Irs.
Fernandez, Eva
.Alderman Dora Adams Mrs. Norma J.h'arn.. Lucille I IAdkins. 'arlton! J. P. 'utch, Verdie S. Holmel Leonard McKinney. Halis Irevat. Smith. Austin C. in Lot 35 3. J. Smith 1951 3.:'
Lois Anders Elizabeth MarthaAnderson I('rushy. Ii. K. Fernandez. Isabelle Holton:l\lrs. J. G. )'. James 11. Dames J. Scott, Roy 2.50
Myrtle Allen, IraAnthony Alvarez Dorothy L. I ( onnl'r. l C.: ( fl. Hutchings, n. R. Iarth. Lena C. "\. W.Sullivan. Mr. I!. V. US 2.50
Alvarez Annie Harry Armstrong Hubert II. I Cassels, Irll. Nancy Flynn. Florren a Hut'hings Annie Mae McGee. Nela Mae Pelham I'oolr.. llcox, George: G. AH Lot !A Mable Green er

Anderson, J. L. Anthony. Mrs.. Harry Andrews, (J. AV. Chism! Randal 11. Flynn George B.. Jr. Hicks j S. RI'hism McCrary. e: T. Phillips, Mal!! Starling. Iris K. 410 L. Anne Hamea 1953 1.0f

Andrews. Mrs. Edith Andrews, 4>uyAkridee. Andrews Mrs. Laura i Kat.herme Franklin John P. Nets McCrary. Evelyn Ihillips. C. M. Schaefer. Chas J. It Lot 4tAH lame Robinson 1951 1.C9
Alvarez Hattie Rroward E.1tman, Kathrin I.l'olsun. l.el<" A. F'utl'h Mack S. lIulmlI. Marvin P. McGee. Walker K. Charles 8. Sanders. E. 1952 1.50
Andrews Nelle Akridge. Mary J.Avery. Alvarez L. A. (:'olson. Clara F. l'ol'g.Ir"' Millie J. "Hall: lien: F \lcGriff. Margaret lartin. Melba N. Sanders. < R.McCarthy Lot n 1.50
Alvarez Erroll Janie H. Alvarez Annie Lee ,('urns! l. L. Ful1t'r. )Irl'. Bertha E. June Thelma Etta Mrs. Duruthypatel. June V. Smith. Ida 3lacMcRae James. Robinson U5 1.C9

Anderson Alice Andrews, Elizabeth Addison, Storey Currie Norma Coula J. Pogg J..wett C. Hall Jack W Barney E. Jr. Phillips. Juanita Spivey Charley3G 1952 l.SA

.Anderson Eva Alvarez L. B. Addison Theressa I Carratt. 1Jr" E. Fowler. Harvey Hudson, Alfred U. ) ", n.rt Pearson. Eugene Sapp George : AH Lot 49 us 1.5
.Andrews Wesley 1.. Alvarez Thelma P. Allen, Hebeccar.ishop rlawfordl.IJamt' W. Farris, l.inl1i. Mae Hud"on lIrrs Coring :1'llain", Irs. lr"ton. Joe Stanfield Johnnie 'Fannie Robinson *951 .
Andrews, Mrs. Maude Austin L.- II. '- Flynn \ ), John V. 8nder. Marie 1952 1.50
I'Coburl1. Amy B. Fran'j,.. 'PauliL Hail' 3laeCutehen r. II S.
Alexander Mrs. Ada Anders. Carl P. bare McDonald. JOl. Dupe Clarabelle 1953 1.50
H. A. ohert F.. l-:.. Madge 'V. Sapp Vice Est half of Lot J. E. Wall Jr. 1951
Alexander Wilma Arnold. Marion R. (', Mrs. Sarah Francis. Fred J.r. Hardenhrook. 1s1 lah :lDonald. I'upr henry D. I'A 5.JS
lirownlee, Etta ran ,. E. Sewell. Cecil 1. 1952
Farher Mrs. Beatrice f'r""att, J. T. 4541
Asplnwall Mr. Arkerman, Ann M.Aokerman. Cula Jloltndorf. B C Ir. .
F.easley Gertrude \Loran. S. ? ). W. S. I'revatt Mrs. J. T.Shepherd, Charles C. 1953 2.50
Margaret :kAIt'
Fred William S;, Hardenbrook Robertbnwy
.
Des'lt'Ah'aru.
Hums. '. Shepherd Ruby C.McKnight
.
Opal
Farber t; Lloyd ) L.
Mrs. brine Alvarez James K > '( Ruby l{. :' lick.rlng. oi-r-s [BIItItIOV-CITY
PareGo.L P. M. Fr..t's. Vie i Dolores S. Mrs. Pearl Stubbs Nelson ( OF I.\\.a': FIST OF Rt1LRO.tfAll
Albert JuliaAmuraies. \h.a..I.nhur I'I I'arefoitt.: Kraiylurne I('uleman. II. .-\. Frees. llr" I'h..rlott Harris! I. G.r"vingtnn. 3let; .. George Iva It Sley, \1.lliam G.Melar .
Mr.. Albright. Sol > Ctin'KtAA. *. Hr. A. Y. Firth Robert E. Harris, Virginia 3T.i. Russell S. It''k.J'earlln. Lillian C'. 1.011 T. 1".1 10 and All Lot 1 J L. Nicholson; I'33 %.58

It Ouranla Anderson. I.> I'- I-! ".-lit. W. A .J I. I IInngt"n,., sharks l-'irth. MarilyneDol B. Herlonlf. M",. B. 1kMllan. Merrill J'erkids Clara Swift. Robert A. \1 Lot 12 Lizzie McOuire isr.3 1.50

I'UlIIlIIlI1g ( Foreman i lIall. Dora Maet'htntbers J )'. Irs. h'a Patray. Mrs Minnie S.ift. Mersay A.
I i. B. B.Foreman.: Mrs. E"telle lfehberBer. Adolph McKinney. Melvin Lou Struth. l.uela T.McKinney' S'23 4t '/11
,'h"It..r. lln I. Fields. Mr" Carol Hunter Carl 3T. A. K Prince. James W.Slmplon.. B.
I'hi i-nui. .n, John Faneher. P. n Hunter Mrs. Sarah A. : Kinney, Mrs' A. E. Phillips. Sheppard Dorothy! J.

GHTS ,,('hi' i'nansru. Edith Fan 'her'M ". i'. D. Henkerson Saul :McIntyre, .I. T.. \11'. Parrish. .Hal.1 EZ! I.. Sheppard. Miles H. -
.d.- Alw r E. Hnrlnn Carl kit Sullivan. James A
!
TELEVISION FI Mrs. J. A. I'arham. C. !
11'Kelny.
,
i J. L. Hildebran, J. E.'itutrd J l E. Parham Iduma Sullivan. Mr. I.Unr'e
F. 11. Gnffm. T. J
Hildebra". ;Maxinetntbrd McRae. Ethel Phillips. Betty A )I rl"d'al.
\ Betty Green. R. A Harper, 1.. P. Selma Berryman Sullivan Leo T. MOVING
t'.''p..IlIId. C. Y. l'lfflll. Mamlt' E. Harper Mrs Dorothy : It. Parker W. Dail.1. Slvan. Louise )1 I
11cnto"h. Timan
(Green Lloyd J.
W.
D.
.
.Ir..llt..r. Marie David .
MON., WED., FRI. NIGHTS t',up"lIt..r. Marjorie Y. Green Floyd, Hardenbrnok Basic McIntosh McIntyre. ,J. .. Parrilh.Parrish Ruby Lewis Smith. X. 11. !. -
Green, 11r Inn 8
Clark, I. E.
Hoekberger Amelia Smith Mrs. ha 31McRae
t'lark.In... I. 1-:. Green. Inn A. McIntosh Alice Paul. Gary I LOCAL Safe
3t'rusby. 1 Siemer. Jack FMcKinney
1Irl' Donald PHONE
Pierce. Walter !
RECREATION HALL E A. I. Goodman J. L. Hunt. Edward \. J Jr. Pringle F. Siemer Mrs. Marie r OR a
3 'r..sby. Lilly Glasgow. Harold: Hit'kl' V. S. 31efar. Donald 1... G. SPene. Barney A.McGriff Dependable
(1''lIl1e. L L. tlrahani. W.. Hoo Jr. Hicks. M..,.. \-. S. Ureen, Jr. Powf'l. Mrs Jo' Smith! L. S. LONGDISTANCE 311
,'onner. Mrs. Carrie Griffis! J. W l"wt'l. May Economical
Holland. Joe Smith. Alice
1 116 E CALL STREET : ,'n.wsun \Ir,,_ Adelaide larffl". Mr" J. Homes 1.. Anne :1-rif., G.Lee.J H. John H Smith! Jack P
Phillips. John !

,.. ... . .. ...... .. .. ''t'r',,'..n.,ason.), Carr, Claude C. Griffis Gainey; .. "Irs.Irma Esther Hatch Hazelwood.Ruth H. D. "t'av. I. .P.,.H.Sr.H. I'atra. James P? Jr Smith.Kath JIr ltne! Eva I R. B. Alvarez OR

Phamhers. I. R. .Jr. nffll'. Martha Hazelwnnd Leon it!. 1lCondi'hl., Soto. Wm. L.1tKDlght. Agents For
Quigley. J. T. TRANSFER AND
l'hamberl, Sara E. ( ainf'''. L. M. Haines. Ruth t tI'oilry WI..r.. .Iae Sto. Mrs. E. 250-J
S. .
AIR CONDITIONED ...- BEER AND t :. 111'''. Del Green, :Url' Lucille H. Hamilton Lynn .. llr" 1. Quiglt'r w'. Minnie Snk.! Rudolph 1 Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO.
I
1 4. ....peland.Irs.. Mildred lraham. Alice F. Hamilton. Jeanette .. E Sink
I'.manIa'k. -athn. Henry 1. Ha"nes Junior I.I'aIr..n.. '. \ Quick e H Jr Sink Myrte
: C' :
3 SANDWICHES E :(1'11111\. I\-a Lrne ('. George. Mrs. Ida Hlldl'on: Betty 11.\'a .. Eula Mar Quick t Dor Carl II.
1.la. Qul'k. \ C. H, Sbeartr.
1'llItt; .lames L. i:riffis! Henry Hall H. 1. Jo"eph H. Jf'nmt' 1. ,

l'.... ,... . .. .. ."rhin. Dolly Crider. Rufus H. Hall. Hazel n. Stefanelli. Alht'r I STORAGEI
('l.lrk, Kenneth D G'dwin.: Henry 1'. Haal, W S. Manning, Rtlh.! J. IL Surrency. A. E. iMiddleton i
'hlltJame" H. Griffis. Leonard Haas Mrs Betty Dell Pitch! Herbert C. Stallings. T. E. I Iiddle"n
j :.hrtty: Mrs. James H. (;rlffi... Ruby 1. >3hasteen > : \ Ih'.h. Isabelle Stallings, Esther T. I

Everybody Welcome! E : J. R. Gardiner, neorg A. Ina-ram. lIrs. Carrie .i1'oli otitis Register. Freeman Suggs. Norman I Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida'BUDGET

'Iutl\ Randall F. ( ardm..r.Irf.. Minnie A. Mathews, Mrs da nl Evelyn Suggs. Lela Mae -
1 .. \.'..!l.I. W. O. I 11_ Ingram Hugh R, Jr. "ddl..t"n, Register. Ah'e Scot Sylvia
\ ..tin Mrs Cyldie tla"g" Helen E. Inln'am. Hugh R.. Sr. Marr. 31iss 1\ladje Ruch! Mr).. Carrie Sibley. John I

:'. 11cy Martha F. Geiger: Herman Inglmght, C. V. lund> W, Ole.. Richard. Harriet Sapp. Mildred Dan 1 1Mundy.
'.utt"f .1 .D. Criffil'. E. 1... Jr. ingleright Mrs. e. '". : Mrs (outs Itedgrave Minnie Smith. L. F. j
I '.ii ltui. \Ir-,.. J. P. fill: Prescott Matthews' E. 1. Iegra'l'. Lula Smith Mrl Juallta; I
,'1'1 a -. Lester T. Gresham. Mattie M. ..Tf'fJklnl' A. O. Mitchell Lucille (IT.rot' Shaw F. LMatthews.

I I.. ".. l.....nard. H. Grsham. Morgan H. Johns, Carl = 1Irl' Hazel ::Wt' Shaw. Ilr" Ida Mae
'ru, Mrs. Coy J. Ben .
Geiger, 0. C. Johns Calvin Morgan 11 M. : R Saslow
I ,"h.-II. ,'"ra Green. R ,bert G. Johns. Thelma Rrinson M organ' Mrs, Mattis L fokh! Sasser. J. A,
Hitch..
.I-"n, V4. T. fr..n. Gladys Johns, 'barley E. ,ntt.' Mrs. Maude Mr. nuby Swell Dean B
d'nIrs.. W. T. Godwin J"hM.. J..hnl' Thelma Red- M anire. Freda Robinson. Blanch _
'. LOANS
\ n\\ ,,% Thelma nol..by. P. F. I"a II yon
grave M artinez, Joe. Turner, Roy v. A
I 'hI'r"dU.. J. A. ,.. Richard' .
Goolsby 1ar P. F. Johns J. J. Martinezellte H.Paul Tison
',. Same.
.11.11IlIiam 0 Raymond.
,' I. Jr. Geiger Hammer Jones, Emma 3loitt 3rs. AI'a E. Thpmpkina. Llule {
",11 h..1.. l.eola Gt'ig..r. Wallace AJenkins. Charles H. Harry Raymond Ethel Thornton. W .K .
( ''tiif I' A. Gatlin Russell Jenkins Chas. A. Sliiles, E. F. no enbrg. FannieThoma. N. S. '

j (''lark .11111 (;riffi).. Vase". Johns 111'1 Ruby B. 3 1i1e airs. l-:. F. Roenbrg, Thornton. Mary PAY DAY
"I..man. Sally (;riffi". Mandy John. S. R.. Jr Moore. Mrs. Rosenbrg Della Thomas Mrs. R A. LOANS .
r."op..r. 'has R. Grjlffj", Thelma 11. Johns AileD 'L FI.rt'n'e. fo'land. 'n c Robert L.Ilann .
('unnrr. J. Lucian (;riffil'. Earl '-. Judd Millard nf;. Iydt' } Tfml.[ Theo
Sewing Machine Operators Drew.. Harold A Green John R Jenkins Mrs. Winnie Manning. Della S. (\Ir" B I (Laura) I
crews. Wandi C. Robinson
: Gardner Mural Alice 3undrott n. E. AI\in Thomas. Mrs. Gladys
:Conner Doyle E. Garland G..rtr"de nkins. Sara F. ,tanning Thelma Register Jr. Thomas Cecil; i

Conner, Johnnie D. Griffis. Clara C. Johns 1lrs. Fronnle ..).. Mrs Laura Roberts' Roy Thomas. Mrs j
DnrfhaJathews.
Griffis Elizabeth! H. Johns Mrs. Lois John D. Rhoden IV C
Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES Davis 1. A., 1r. Ender Rufus Y. Johns Mrs. Dorothy ,Iersereau. Tomas L robbins. Irvin Thomas, George W. i $25 TO $300

Davis E. M. Griffis, Gerald R. :,lath w Clarence F Thomas, Mrs. George
Davis. Lee Ptorryman Grider R B. Johns 1frs. Iamie Gladys .L Roberts, Leora F. W.

18 THRU 35 Darby Charles Crider Ottis C. Johnt' }Irs. v- S. Horns. J. II. l del osier. Mrr' N. .0.> J r. Thomas, Mrs. Violet
Pemorest. R F. Geiger Evelyn (Havana) :,I.rris. Mn. ; Rosier, X B. J r. Elizabeth

Darby Annie Goodman "f'ber D. Johns Coreley Anne Register. \1". Thomas, Po 3LMMa : Prompt -.. Courteous

Company Benefits Life & Davis Lucille Goodman Mrt EII'uiu Jackson, '''. T. j Mrs. Lola PrrhfTan. Jr. Thomas, Floy -
Hospital
Include
Group Inn
Davis Godden, Joseph Jackson: Margaret O. Masters, Julia Carlyle Mrs. Nester
Insurance Paid Vacations and Others nemort'st. Verna J. Goodman Mable< Johnson Mrs Deborah Ia"ter"_ < ,.. W. Ola Mae Thomas, : Confidential Service

1 Dell, Damon Gill. W. T. Johnson. George W. darters! Golda Rushing 1\lrs L. L Torode. W. E. Jr.
Denmark Emir Grider Mrs. R Johnson A. \ Indolph A n' :
D. Thomas. Resale
APPLY AT OUR OFFICE Duncan. K Griffis Wilbur H. ar.E artn. 1'1.. .
Judd i 1.. (P. )
Lucie :
10th & Duncan Nrs K. H. Green Wiley N. P. 31> !i ai. J. redding Thomas. Clyde MARION FINANCE
CHURCH STREETS Darby John it! Green Katie JO"lr. Jewel D. Jewel E Tucker, H. E. !ele COMPANY
Darb Mrs. Jean 1 dxonairs. Roberts ,
) Margaret
Goodman Johnnie O. Jaudou. Reba Tacker. Mrs. H. E.
Dinkins Mrs L F. Grant Estella Jaudon 1\lrs. J. F. Morgan. Harmon P. Roberts: Joseph M. Thomas. N. H. C: EMERGENCY
(Thelma) Goodwilt. Leila Jordan Eston Ross, Dorothy CALL
BIG DAD Co. Morgan Annie Laurie Thomas Ovid COLLEC
Dinkins. 1. F. Rouse Joe.
Manufacturing Green Rose Jordon. Grace I Mitchell. Willie Ed Thomas A. J : PHONE 5333 -
H..nms. J. H. ,
Green Johnson, G. H. Ihoe'n Gaineie
Eva
D..u..o Obey James n.> can Haskel n Johnon George rs IL Moody, Luther }:,obert .. oTep Joseph A Thomas Frank Ma.F. : Or write P. 0. Box 446, 218 W. University Ave.
I Starke D..u. Gibson.Mary Matins ohnl'. Charley J J S C
Fla.l' burden 1r,.. ussie; GhE'nt, Nelson Johnson A. R. Meggs lathis. H. Roberts. Mrs. B.atrt'e Tom Malor E. : Gainesville Fla.AAAAAAAtiAAAAAAAiiilAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

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EIGHT BBADFORDjCOUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA

FRIDAY, SEDI S. 19


TTTTfVTTT TTTffTTTTTTTTYTTTTTfTTfTffTTfl Jacksonville Joseph Kowitz., Fla.901 West Day St.. ,.and To address: Edna Baker whose residence Minnie L R'dgrav.\ a widow Parcel :X.. 41-- Right of Way Parcel No. 6- night .f Way feet, thence East S9 fee.
is: Unknown.You Starke, That of '
Dated this 20th day of August part ; That part of: thence South parallel to Est
are hereby notified that a Lots 1 and 2 of Block 25 of the West 22 7>
FARMER'S feet of 1 and line of Water Stref ffjI
A.D., 19S4 at Starke, Bradford Lt Est I
Florida suit for Cheri M. Redgrave, a minor Original Town of Starke, Flor- 35 feet of Lot 2 Block I th.ncept 295 fet to the
County, Divorce, care, custody and con- Starke. FloridaJ. ida according to Plat recordedin the Original Town of Starke, Point of Beginning

8/27 4t J/17 trol of minor children H. Redgrave, Jr., a minor Plat Book "N" page 759. Public Florida according to plat recorded East of and within ?9 fee >t
"' has been filed in the Starke, Florida Record of Bradford County, I ling
DIARY \ against ytU in Plat Book "N". page !urve) line of State Road ISC'
>OTICK OF ElECTiON above named Court and cause and FlorIda, 75S Public Records of Bradford Section %80%. said surxe> Sine be.igjdescribed
1. J. Wainwright. Mayor of you are required to serve a copy of Georgia Haynes Scanlan. lying South of and within 30 feet of County. Florida. as follows:
:;tarke, Florida by virture of the your answer or pleading to the ('/Major J. A. Scanlan the survey of State Road 100
'authority vested in me by law do Station ComplementVint lnl. lying South of and within 30 feetof iBeglnning' on the W.-ttrh .xtt
complaint the Section 2S02, line
Plaintiff's
on being .
survey
The author will be U
glad re- the line
of .f I
StationWarrenton survey State sion of the North Hlok
call Hill Farms hr.
hereby an election to be heldat described follows Rod
Attorney Hon. Gerald R. Hart, as : Beginning on
&.Yit WY I celve Items of Interest concernIng I the City Hall in the aforesaid 20! Smith Building, Jacksonville Virginia .the Northeasterly extension of the 100. Seton 2S02.a said follows survey line of said CITY 117.70 PARK feet Subdu ,ision frem at
: point
a We-t-i)
town by the qualified voters on East line of Block 25 of the Original !
the activities of farmers InF.i Florida .
J. A. Pcanlan I. Beginning on the Northeasterly extension the Northeast corner f Lot i Of
1MpflW: Bradford I Tuesday, September 14, 1954, for and file the original in the office Major Station ComplementVint Town of Starke. Florida accord- of the East lnt of Block said flock 4, run th. 'i.; North 2
County. ing to
Suggestions may the of electing the following plat recorded in Plat Book
I purpose of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I Hill Farms Station 25 of the Original of Starke. degrees 20 min, 51 Wsl Jl.iJ
be left at the Telegraph office or officers: or before the Warrenton. Virginia Bradford"Xpag.. 759 Public Records of .Florida according to plat recorded feet run thence _North t.! degrees,
THREE ALDERMAN FOR 27th day of 1934 I County Florida at a point | Plat Book "N". 75> Public 54 mm.3 ". feet to
mailed to Sam SIcGarvey, Lawtoy < September. ; 28.61 feet Northeasterly from the lil page "el'e:>t n-
I
TWO YEARS.
otherwise the allegations of said Harry E. Tucker Northeast j Records of Bradford County Florida the extension ,.f "he South
corner of said Block 25 Eltl'rl'
I Inspectors of said election: at a 28.61 feet line 24 J'HN Addi.
I Complaint will be taken as con Starke. Florida run thence North j degrees 38 min. point North- of
By Sam McCarveyJ&AAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ray Stone fessed by you. 31 sec. West 417.53: feet, run thence easterly from the Northeast corner tion .according to Plat P-",'k L Page

P. G. Hemingway This notice shall be published Annette L. Tucker North 0 min.. 01 ;jof said'Bol'k 25. run thence North 629. Public Records :f Bradfrd.County.
\V. M. Edwards 1 j degrees ; "< ;72 3 mm 31 West Florida at i.-nt. tiS.U
I once each week for four consecutive 1 Starke Florida West the extension i sec. : |
Mrs. Pearl Burnham weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I of the West Northeasterly line of Block 28 of 417.53 feet, run thence North j: degrees fet Easterly from tluSonthwett

L.1.. Gaines graph. Lula R. Torode said Original Town of Starke, Florida oj min 01 sec. West the corner of Lot D of sId: Hi. ,'k 24,
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Had a pretty good rain this weekas had a case of screw worm in the In testimony whereof, I hereunto Dated this 24 day of August. 1954.OFFICIAL Starke, Florida | at a point 29.70 feet Northeasterly Northeasterly extension of the West Containing: 265 squi.tfeet. more
subscribe my name and cause theseal line of flock 28 of said I or less exclusive of exist,' Street
from the
series of thunder- ear and we treated it but ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby Northwest corner of OrginalTo".n .
of
part a we cer- of the town to be hereunto af- I Clerk of the Circuit Court Edwin Torode sid Block 23, of Starke. Florida a; pint JT Road right of way.

storms. While we still need a lot tainly did not cure it, for when we fixed 954. this 9th day of August, AD. By Yvonne Harrell, Deputy Clerk Starke, Florida Containing 365 square feet moreor %Northwest'.70 feet ,"orthl'uterl' frm Block %8. Thelma Is owned Redgrave by: Carl Jehus. .hn. and wife

little bit and looked at her again she had the 8/27 9/17 I less, exclusive of existing
helps
more. every (OFFICIAL SEAL) -- 4 Dr. H. II. Adams or road right of stft'e Containing 55 square feet more or

certainly is better than the long worse case we've ever seen. Trouble J. K. WAIXWRGIT. Mayor In The Court Of Florida Starke, Florida I Is owned by: Gary way. Ennis and his'wife less, exclusive of street or road Parcel Xo. M> Bight of Vay
C.'ln'ul right of A of land 1 BlCR
ATTEST: way.Is parcel :n L,1
(iry spell we had. Incidentally we j is she is running in the big CARL JOHNS, City Clerk. For.. "Bradford"County Circuit. la In Chancery And Norma Jean Adams Neva S. Ennis.ParCel owned by: Sun Seal Laboratories 1 ofVYX' Artdi,; .'1 ....-ord

asked Mac Griffis about the "dog field. and it is a hard job to catch 8/1 4 9/3 Cathren Robertas Du-kerson, Plaintiff Starke, FloridaSun I '0. :- Right of Way Subject. Incorporated to: Mortgage held by Gulf" Book ing to"E"plat page record 171 il Pnhlir. n Re Pla'>

days", which he said start on her. Now when she sees us corning : vs. Donald Lee Dii-kerson, De Seal Inc. That part of: Life Insurance Company. ords of Bradford i'.n:' For
I" The Clrruit Court Of Florida, fendant. Laboratories Lot 2 of Block 27 of the Original da. described ..

July 25 and end Sept. 5, and he with the rope, she really takes KUhth Judicial Circuit. IB And Aaauln..nt of Marriage Starke. Florida I I Town of Starke. Florida according I' Parrrl No. 84 night of War Beginning at the X a' rth\e-t rni-r

told us that although it rained on : off. For Bradford ('.u.t". In Chanterr'lyde >OTICK TO ,PPlanII of Flor- A. B. Baker and 1'ife Ruth BakerStarke I Book "N"to Plat rl''ordP in Plat A parcel of land in Lot 1, Block: of Lot 1 of said Rod I i M' .henct.
and The
W. Colson ) Tar .Name Of Mate page records
I' 2 of WYNN'S ADDITION to the i Easterly along tine ,f
Florida
the first of the dog days it has 5I5The ies.vie E. Colson, His ) idaTo I of Bradford County Flori- Town of Stark,'. Florida according .. said Lot 1 a distance thl pf h',' "nthence
) Donald l u-kerson whose i dajlyinR ,
rot rained evey day since, as it is boys caught a cute little Wife Plaintiffs, ) residence: and L. "ifice address is Burlington Saving Bank a Mutual South of the within 30 feet I to plat recorded la flat 1 I Southwf?trrl> H it-fi nio't
Book "E" 171 Public Rec.. or less to I lim' "fa>d Lo
turtle at vs. )Quiet c/o Excello Comp..i.y, Corpus Christi. Saving Bank Of the survey line of State Road 1 page the"t
supposed to. green over Kingsley Tite. Vermont ords of Bradford County, Florida .. I at a point 10 feet Southerly from
Florida Land And Im- ) Texas. Burlngton. j 100. Section 2S02. said survey line
e e e Lake and they named her Myrtlethe migration Company of ) NOTiCE IS HKUKBY GIVE'thata Road Xo. !being described as follows: Reginip.ing | described as, the point of bl'rinnll. .' iin !rhenceNortherly It

Florida et al.. ) Bill for Annu SMW-IOT Mate on the Northeasterly extensionof Beginning at the Northeast cornel .
lent
Turtle kin to late- larrlalp !..toa
(no
The it rained so hard we our Bradford CountyParcel of Lot I of said 'I said Lot 1 a distant "f" feel i
Block 2 I
day Defendants. ) has been filed against you in the the East line of Block 25 of the run thence .
at Kingsley Lake swimming lamented Myrtle, the turtletailedpig [ ) above entitled Court by Cathren :Xo. .- Hisht of Way :[Original Town of Starke. Florida Westerly along the North line ol r the Point of BeginniiiKuMinlng!
were over 27 feet ieifIs
OHDKK: OK PIHI.ICATIOV AND.NOTICK Robertas Plaintiff in the That part of: :according to plat recorded in Plat said Lot 1 a distance of 5 feet, rur I square more or
). They are keeping her we Ikkprs"n. "B" of Block 35 owned b,': A.I'. > ><<'
when a bolt of lightning TO .\PPl.tlLThe above Itylpd and you are Lots "X' and Starke Book "N", page 759, public records; ;thence Southeasterly) 7 feet more 01 1' I. alt
wife Ruth Baker
think she's a her our knowledgeon Mate Of Florida To: hereby ordered and directed to of Johns Addition to ;i of Bradford County. Florida, at a t less to the East line of said Lot 1 1i I
nearby chased us out of the wa according to plat recorded Subject to: bed by But -
Florida. point at a 5 feet
Florida Land and Immigration your or { 28.61 feet Northeasterly from i ( point Southerly fron I 3Iortr>
ter. Then we found out that it sex in turtles has been sadl (Company of Florida and its Unknown fie' pleadings appearance to said. an..w.r Bill, either in Lrt Book "L. page ,the Northeast corner of said Block: |the Point of Beginning run thenciI Ifngtnn ,' Mtcnal. Saving
Bradford
neglected in a pail and feedingher ,I Vucces.iors. trustees stuck- personally or by Attorney, in the office 629. Public Records of (25. run thence North 72 dpgrl'pl. 38 I ..Northerly along the East line oli Bank. Burlington. \ ; ;1nt
had struck a tree and started a holders and other claimants by, of the Clerk of the above styled County Florida ',min., 31 sec. West 417.53 feet run i [said Lot 1 a distance of feet t
forest fire. We reported it to Mr. pieces of meat and bread I'I through 01 under it: Court on or before the 25th day of lying west of line and within of State 30 fee i i thence North 72 degrees 03 min.. |I the Point of Beginning. : tion TAKE of NOTICE That .a.. Odara'

crumbs. Isabel 1'. Ritrh. wtiose residenceand September A. D., 1954; otherwise of the survey line |01 sec. West to the Northeasterly'extension Containing 10 square feet more 01 r Taking ha. 1.
Strickland at the landing but Section 2802, said survey I the above styled ('au t 14\ the oe-
addr..s i.. Starke, Florida, Cornelia the said he taken as confessed 100. of the West line of Block. less ,
when he tried to use the "walkietalkie" I'. l.ng. whose reMdence and by Ll'u.wil This notice to be being described as follows extension: Beginning of- '!23 of said Original Town of Starke, Is owned l>y: Kustis I*. ttiner. the acquiring .tuh.rit> >f
address ', Florida, Lois I' orf the Easterly ''Florida, at a point 29.70 feet North-'t lkKnigb' tbele of the taking of
is published once a week for four (4) and wife Arlin L. cKn
When to Bill Haas lasl t of said
to phone in the alarm, he talking l.rrym4n. whose residence and ad consecutive weeks in a newspaperof the South line of Block 3a 18.94 feet .leasterly from the Northwest corner Subject to: Mortgage h. T. H the above described lands, for the
week to learr Myra Darby Addition at a point ; 'of said Block 28, purpose set forth in the petition
got a terrible shock. we were surprised I J'lortda. general circulation in Bradford .ohns from the Southeast cornerof | McNeill and Wife Tabitha McNelllParrrl :
Peek whose and ad- County Florida. I Containing 268 square feet more in this cause vii: tight I of way
I that the elevation right on oui. $. L. Peek said Iflnck 35. run thence North less, exclusive of street or road bi'rr'v. bor
die," is Starkt;, Florida. Dated at Starke, Bradford County 53 see. West lor I ,i.. Right of Way drainage dlt..he. > pit>
!section line is 140 feet above se I Jr.. whose residence and address is Florida this day of August 2 decrees 54 the mm.Easterly extension i 1 right of way. I'I A parcel .f It land described as: row pit drains and h.tn! I.ad" fort
Well Frank not qnly raised Starke. "'ranl'rl I'. Ward I 56.57 fet to Is owned by: The unknown heirs portion of State !: HO
1954.
'Iorida Block 24 at the Northeastern p..I'
line of Beginning corner -
level. We hear folks talking about t whose address is Lake of the South ,devisees and grantees of ITiil ('am-I! in Bradford Count1"rd: and
Charles A. Darby of COl'RT and MADISON
some seed for strawberry melons Johns Addition at a point :
Lawtey being low country, but'L I'ity. J'iorida. Darby Ie.k. whose Clerk of the Circuit Court. ot 6.56 said feet Easterly from the Southeast iantzas. deceased, Rose Ederle and J Streets in the Town of Starke Flor- that one of the Judg ..f tht- Cii-
this summer as he set out to do address Starke her husband A. Ederle.Parcel cuit Court in the judicialin'uit
.sideR'e J. Frank Wettorn'y of said Block 24, n ida as shown on plat recorded in tighll
in Florid corner
there lots of
are places L Florida Julian L. Peek Jr., whose '
for Plaintiff more or iPlat Book "N" 759 Public Records ( of Florida. >-n i "i. <0 day
page -
Walter 0.036 acres
for and Katie Wilkerson. residents Containing j \
and address is 1641 Campbelltcm '0. 27 liicht of Way .
Florida of A.!). 19.i4. i" AM
of .it
that are a great deal lower. \ fton. exclusive of existing Street or : Bradford County, August .1.
tmt he made aboue 120 other mel !.ad, S.V. Atanta. Georgia ,' August 20. 1954. I..s. of way. I 1A' ) That part of a parcel of land 'run thence Easterly along llorida oVJork in the forenoon th-i-. >t in
right
Road
S S P. $ayle. e residence described as:
Lui.e ,, 8/20 SiltnrIl I E. Tuckpr'Snd line of Street 18 feet Circuit Court Chambei s in Brad.
owned by: Harry to a
ons as well. Not all of them are i at point feet 1ladi"on
is tattle SWitzerland -/ I a
anc adcress --- : Beginning 4 ford County Court llmi,- -i' Starke,
Gene and Robert went to school North Carolina Ilva Peek andWilson : wife Annette L. Tucker.Subject I East of a point which i 105 ,point on a curve concave to the .
bg! whoppers, but they are all To Mortgage of Gulf Life Northeast having a radius of 32.5 Florida consider Mil eviaration
:
took Peek both of whose addressis : OF ":I.ECTIO"CE feet South of Northwest corner ,
this vteek and when Frank feet of and
Taking. ,
run Northwesterlyalong
mighty good eating. IT KNOWN THAT I. R. A. Insurance Company. of SWf SE 4. Section 28.T.iwnship th'nl'e appoinIIJrMu"ro\
them he was amazed to find that 521):: Kimbark Avenue. Chicago.Illinois. OF STATEOF .1 6 South. Range 2! said ( a distance of make ,--uch orders a.- th.< i deems
e e CRAY. SECRETARY
August D. Juilard. JamesM. Fairest :\o. 1- Right of Way East and run thence South 90 35.66 feet more or less, to the East proper. All parties to th.' hut and
the school was locked to keep Moore, Augustus Anar.w THE STATE OF FLORIDA : feet thence East 215 feet thence line of Court Street at a point 39 all parties interested ma* appear

While we were talking to some the kids out. He said it was the Klories, also known as An- 1>0 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE ThaLKVand D of Block 24 r North 90 feet thence West 215 feet Northerly from the point of and be heard at the tim<- trio place

folks around here about some of drew Florius, K Leroy Jones, also THAT A GENERAL ELCI" JOHNS Addition to StarkeFlorida feet to the I'oint of (beginning, run thence Southerly designated.You .
first time he ever saw a school known as Kivin L. Jones Emlila J. WILL HE HELD IN according to plat recorded -. I I lying East of and within Beginning 30 feet of along the East line of Court Street and each of you *,.. hereby
the moonshining going they ask Hammond Julia K. Jones, Erwin J. COUNTY STATE OF FLORIDA. Book L Page 622Public 30 feet
on. locked 'lSt pupils. The boys in Plat i the survey line of State Road 100. more or less to the point of commanded to appear t l.\ tiling an
t I us very casually if the tank in ag Hammond Florin I. Jones. ON TL'I-DA' NEXT SUCCEEDING Records of BradfordCounty 1 .Section %80!, said survey line being beginning, answer to the petition h"I"for.
like everything about school here Florin H. Jones and Lllewlyn Smith FIUT MONDAY INNOVEMREIt Florida described as follows: Beginning on t ontaining 170 square feet more filed in this cause in the -milled
our yard next to the house was a I Jones, also know as SieliwynSmith ., 1954. THE lyingVest of and within 30 feet of the extension of the or less.Is .
and are making friends. Jones and also known asLllellwyn SAID TUESDAY B11"G THE the survey line of State Road lOt'. (ISouth RuthraMlprl' "0" of Block 24 owned by: E. K. Perryman and court on or before the .iith ta' > of
II. We're state September. to who -ighi
glad to show
publicly S S SFrank's Smith Jones, his wife SKCOMI: I) \Y EMIIEII Section 2802, said survey line being 1. lof lne Addition to the City of wife Lois Peek I..trman 1i4. liens .

that it is a gas tank, but if thingsdont Pierre A. Iternard and BaU'h. :1 For Representative of the Eighth described as follows: .Starke;I Florida according to plat ttle. have, in and to >any
tomato plants are grow Bernard his wife, if aln. Congressional District of the State Beginning on Easterly extension 01: recorded in Plat Book "I." page 629 Parcel \o. 23 Hithi of Way
( above described lands and show
better
have to
get we might ing pretty well, although he has unknown spouse of them if of in the Eighty-Fourth j the South line of lot D, of Block. j iI'ubli( Records of Bradford CounIty. That part of a parcel of land described "' cause why the same should not be
J'lorida.
and if of them l be Addition at a
turn off the gas and start some alve. any d.ad. the United States. ; 24 of said JOHNS \ I Florida. at a point 186.56 feet as:
taken for the and set
far. We heard unknown heirs de I from thtSouthwest uses purposes
lost about 25 so spouse, 186.56 feet Easterly
the Supreme point from the Southwest
brew For Three (3) Justice of ;; Southeasterly Beginning on the East line of ,
brewing. (We're just kid- grantees, of said Lot D. run forth in the petition filed herein
n..ts. I.gat""s. assignees of Flori- corner :corner of Lot "I) of Block 24 of Water
that folks take shoots off old Court of the State Street 320 feet North of
creditors and other claimants b). thence North 2 54 mm., 5!' WITNESS my hand and thi sheriff! dtgrl'es. said Johns' Addit thence
ding t.n, run
) and set sections in {through, under or against each and see.Vest 64.68 feet to the begin" i the intersection of Laura Street of said Court on tinnth da> >f
plants large
North 2 degrees, 54 min. 53
sec
of the and Water
da.J'or 2 Circuit Judges Street
U S every of the above named persons ning of a curve concave to thE, according to August, A.D., 1954.
the fall for a crop. Hope we get who are deceased: and mf'I'hit Club Judicial Circuit of the Stateof Southwest having a radius of 2S6.- ''a West 64.68 feet to the beginning of Plat recorded in Plat Book 2, CHARLES A. DARBT.
We did not know that castus Co., Inc., a corporation, ,"orthwpsterlalong ; curve concave to the Southwest Page II, Public Records of Clerk of Circuit .if Brad.
Unknown 'Iorlda feet thence )
479 run COlr
some green fruit anyway as we !!having a radius of !86.H9 feet run Bradford ',,
of Flor- ', ( un
the State ty. Florida
For Governor of tola run ford
sto'kholer" florida
grew wild around here until Frank "U'l'eSSOfI trustees, said curve through a : thence Northwesterly along said County
want to make some of Sewell's other claimants by, central angle of 69 degrees, 43 min.curve i total I thence North aloag the East Hollis V. Knight, CountAttorney,
through central
saw a plant on the roadside near under and all other ida.For Railroad and Public feet tithe a angle line of said Water Street 75
Two (2)
famous or i; 38 Sl'. a distance of 34.U : of 69 degrees. 43 min., 38 sec. a I Starke, Florida. > JO 4 S-'t 0That's
preserves. persons having claiming Utilities Commissioners of the State thenc.
Kingsley Lake. We brought it any end of said curve distance of 348.64 feet to the end
S S S right title lien or interest in or to of Florida v,,rih 72 d.er.es. 38 min., 31 see, ff said '
; curve, run thence North 72'
home, and we're sure that right have set out some the following lands; situate in For 1 Member (,) of the House \;jt10.1* feet to the Northerly :degrees, 38 min.. :31 se.'. West 151.16feet
Although we
Bradford County Florida to-wit: of the State of the \Vest line of Block
of .Representatives
now we won't have to hunt for a to the Northeasterly extensionof Our BusinessIf
did water them and All West-half of Northeast Florida. 24 of said JOHNS Addition at a ,
I plants, we ( the West line of Block 24 of said S'1
dry spot for it. Quarter of Northeast Quarter For 2 Members of the Board of point 28.83 feet Northerly from theNorthwest ;John's Addition at a point 2S.SS feel C LAS
that is. a job. We're hoping that Except all that part of South 8- bounty Commil..lon.r. corner of said Block 24, Northerly from the Northwest corner It's Glass We Have I!

we'll get a good rain; soon so that acres of West-half of Northeast For 3 Members of the County Containing 0.042 acres more or of said Block 24,
If we lose the calf Rusty it will Quarter of Northeast Quarter Board of Public Instruction. less txdui.e of existing road rightof | Containing 18.9 square feet more CALL WRITE or VISIT
I we can set out the cabbage and South and East of Seaboard AirLine
way;
be our own fault but that will jor less exclusive of existing street
I broccoli plants which are getting Pai'ay right of way LS.In Testimony Whereof, I have ALSO: "or, road righ of way: ALSO.
make us feel that much worse. She Township 6 South hereunto Set my band and A parcel of land in Southeast :J4B) A of land described as Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR
It would be Range 22 East. I
bigger every day. sure affixed the Great Seal of corner of Lot D of Block 24 of ,follows: .
You and of
to"have ta'h you are hereby said JOHNS Addition describedas .Commencing: at the Southeast
fine irrigation. notified that a iMll of Complainthas the State of Florida at Tallahassee 'or.
the Capital, this follows: !npr of Lot "D" Block 24 of John's ANY GLASS NEED
4- -- -- been filed in the ,
i S S Si Circuit Court
I IOf Bradford County. Florida, inChancery the 20th day of July A.D., Beginning on the South line of Lot Addition to Starke. Florida according i We Design Modern Store Fronts
i And ndw we're in a new business by ClydeV.. Colson and 1954. D. Block 24 of said JOHNS Additionat ; to plat recorded in Plat Book 4
a point 15.57 feet Westerly from '"I." page 629 Public Records of Just Mail Us A Pattern for
COLONIAL that of raising worms.I (Bessie E. Colson, his wife, as I'lain- P.. A. GRAY. the Southeast corner of said Lot 'Bradford County. Florida run [hOn'O

I to I tiffs and against you and each of Secretary of State. D, run thence North 2 degrees, oimin. South| 71 degrees 54 min.. 53 sec.East Table Tops
Since we've taken tooting Ji.vou: as defendants: that the nature 9/3
feet,
West 15 run
16.56
8/1 i see feet run thence North
suit
of said is :
around the country a lot more.,' the title to quiet and confirm thence Southwesterly 21.21 feet ,2 degrees 54 min.. *>3 see Wet 3 46 I 1313 N W 4th PI.! Gainesville; Fla. Phone
of
plaintiffs W. Col- ,
.' Cl'de In The Circuit Court Of TheJudicial .15"tl more or less to the South line of I feet, run thence North 89 degrees, 2353DOES
FLORISTFLOWERS :we've got interested in fishing,. son and Jessie E. his wife Circuit IB And For said Lot I). at a point 15 feet Westerly 28 min., 07 see East 30 feet to the
to the described lands
and what good is fishing without'Ife.simple above title; and you are requir-as a ford County, Florida. from the Southeast corner of Point o Beginning of the parcel'of
Law Xo. thence Easterly
aid LOt D, run hereinafter dp"jrlb.d. run
worms. So we'll try raising worms,,' |,pd to appear and and "fn.e a copy Plaintiffs ofanswt'r 7251PRADFORD : along said South line 15 feet tothl' ;thence North 89 degrees. M min., 07.sec.

: and if we' do, and business is bad,.' your attorney, A.pleadings J. Thomas on Jr. COUNTY. ) Point of Beginning. East 20 feet run Northwester- '
'I whose address is Starke "'Jorida.and ., FLORIDA, a political ) Containing ITS square feet moreor ''ly 22.36 feet to the East right of
we can always gd fishing. to file the original of subdivision of the State ) less. way line of said State Road inn.
For All Occasions e e or pleading in the office your answer of- of Florida' ) Is owned by: G. P. Raymond and .Section 2802 as described in "A"'abo.e
Petitioner ) wife Ethel Raymond.Subject at a point 10 feet North degrees (

PHONE 218 One of the expressions we heard. Court the undersigned on September Clerk 20, 1954 of Circuit other- ) Notice Of to: Mortgage held by Gul. 54 min.. 53 sec. West :fr"l YOUR RANGE
Life Insurance Company. 'the Point of
from Willie and Rossie Reddish wise the all'gations of laid complaint TS. ) I Beginning run thenceiSnuth
2 degrees :54 min. 5t: >-ec-. )
will confessedb ) hale Mil
sticks with us: It is: "We haven't as Parcel Xo. 21 Hichl of Way East 10 feet tn the Point of Resrin- ,
E. K. FERRYMAN et )
you. ,
HAVE THIS WONDERFUL j
That part of a parcel of land described ning; Containing 100 square feet __
(j) the IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that al. ) 1
had so much fun since hogs as: Is owned by: A. N.
this Order of Publication and Notice Defendants, ) Holldadnd
Hope Holliday. his .
late my little brother. be forthwith published once each Beginning on the East line of ?
WATER Street 100 feet Northof I Subject to: Mortgage to F. F. MatticChef
week for four consecutive weeks in .No Her' Of Eminent Domain Proceeding Flume. FEATURE?
1NTFATIOV TO the Bradford County Telegraph, a the Northeast intersectionof

XOTICK duly qualified newspaper published IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY LAURA Street and WATER ,
DISH GARDENS HF.CISTF.n FICTITIOfS V1MB in said County. OF THE STATE OF Street in the City of Starke 'Parrel >o. im Ilitrh F.aornirnlI
Notice is hereby given that the WITNESS my hand and official FLORIDA Florida, according to plat recorded -I I Lateral Ditch BuiLt of Mati n
undersigned under the provisions of in Plat Book 2. 653 t".rU
seal at Starke. Bradford County, andto page 0".11
POTTED PLANTS To All Whom It May Concern
Laws of Florida. of Bradford That part of:
20,953 records
Chapter Florida this August %0. 1954. 11. ,
all and parties having <> pnbli
I Acts of 1941. will register with the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby claiming persons right title, interest (' Florida run thence WI.t1 feet of South inn f,>et -
in and any North"along the East line of I 9 of Gaskins Addition
POTTERY Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk of Court of Bradford o'k -
{in'ui other lien
estate mortgage or to or to the City of Starke, Florida
i
for Bradford County. State of Florida Florida. saidVater Street 220 feet
I 8/20 9/10 on those certain parcels of thence East 295 feet, thence according to plat recorded in,
of proof of publication -
upon receipt i land hereinafter described and the I'lat Kook "J" 1 4.
Flowers Wired the fictitious I South parallel to East line of I page puhll
of this notice.
!' NOTICE TO APPK.IR following persons together with al Water Street 220 feet thence records (f Bradford C"unt
name of Bottom Dollar Companynot I. unknown claiming Florida ALSO
persons of ,
Circuit Coart, Bradford ('eunty.Fluridat West to the Point Beginning
( Inc under whkh we are pn.Itag..d known who I (A) A of land described, I
In through or under person lying East of and within 30 feet parcel ac. ,
AnywhereNona
in business at 147 W. ('allSt. I { Chaatlu' dead who known to at SE of W'I ofNE'4
James H. Booth. Plaintiff, vs. Dorothy are or are not of the survey line of State Road Beginning corner
.. Starke, Fla. R. Booth Defendant. be dead or alive: S..tiun 2i02! said "Ur'.. line '10. | Section 29. Township 6 South.
I That the parties interested! in said| NAMES. ADDRESSES AND .RESPEi'Tl'E described as follows: Beginning on {Range 2! East running North 2 d.-!
St. Starke ..1.11-11I.-- ai, e. i j Case '>. 10-656 PLACES OF- the Westerly extension of the North .grees West 326 feet to a stake .(,

Main Kowitz..: 11I1 1 WeM ii.iv St t I Notice To Appear : ISIIE"CE line of Clock 4 of said CITY PARK North edge of a certain ditch thn- ,

l.i. k-"!.\ ,ill.'. Fli! IriiniKi'W;: nz.Hi To- Dorothy:. 10oh. whose resi- Subdivision at a point 117.70 feet South 88 7 8 degrees West MH f. r

W M |1.1\! s- .1., k.iiMll.Kl.i. deuce and addr,!, .,: I'urunna.31it E. K. Perryman Westerly from the Northeast cor- thence South 2 degrees East 326 !
higan Starke, Florida ner of Lot I of said Block 4. run feet to South boundary of S\., ofVRI. ,,

.. gl ,_ ,, 1 You are hereby notified nat- i thence North 2 degrees.! 20 mm.. 311 I I IL Suction 9!9' th.-li." ; .. ",' 0 v78 \ ,
isuit, for Lois Perk Perrmn sec. West 21.79 feet, run thenceNorth I dti i-East 813 feet 't', P'.int;' ,

Divorce Starke, degrees. 54 min.. 53 sec. of Beginning;
I has been filed against you in the West 523.75 feet to the Easterly ex- ALSO. (B)
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE above named Court and cause and L. A. Davis tension of the South line of Block A parcel of land ip I'ril'f as '

you are required to serve a copy of|Starke. Florida 24 of Johns Addition according to i Beginning at the SK cornel ',.
vour answer or '-fleadln/ th,I plat Book 1. Page 629. Public Records .of NEt4 of Section 2'). Township I II

complaint "' 'ho PI.it'f't.rnf I 1Lee Perryman Davis of Bradford County. Florida 6 South Range 1':! ):;-1

.\ T. Frank Landrum Starke Florida at a point 168.56 feet Easterly from and measuring Northward on,
fount. t.lrk. Florida the Southwest corner of Let D of said East hnundan1m.. n '1 (Wt
said Block 24.Containing to a beginning point running thine
and Gary Ennis
file the original In the office of,,
0.030 North on said East boundur 7v>
90S So. Willow Ave. acres more or i
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ODor Tampa Florida less exclusive of Street or Road feet thence West 896 feet ti!,fl.'.-
before the
South 7S6 feet theni-e East
right of way. -t.: i r.d
::7tli day of September 1954; Neva S. Ennis Is owned by: Minnie I.. Redgrave. .'i to the Point of Beginning

RADIO otherwis the allegations of said S>08 So. Willow Ave. a widow Thelina R. Johns and her ''i lying each side of and withm, 2
Complaint will be taken as confeta- Tampa, Florida husband Carl J.hn", Nellie V. Martinez :1 feet: of a Ditch centerline said Ii.t'h
ed by you. and her husband Joe Martinez ''centerline' being described as fallows I

This notice shall be published Lula and her husband : 1
AND Pete Carantzas R Toro.
nce ecn week for four consecutive -entative of the as persona repr Cai : Edwin ( M. Redgrave, Commencing on the West line of'i ,
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph antzas, deceased Bi i la minor and J. H. Redgrave Jr., NW' of SE'l. of Section 2! Township -

Jacksonville, Florida 1& minor.Parrrl. 6 South Range : East at a
TELEVISIONSales I iMted this 25 day of August. 1954. I point 8S4.41 feet Northerly from thl'g.utb..pst

(OFFICIALSEAL! Charles A. Darby 'Rose Ederle \".. 2.1 Hisht .f War corner of NW'4 of SKI,

Clerk of th, Circuit (our Starke That part of a parcel of land de- .ff Splion 29 run thence North i "MAGIC OVEN-EYE"
''I!:> y\"iine H.rr.l, lieputv (.. ForidaR cribed as: 89 degrees, 11 min.. 29 sec. Eat ,,
-U- S'27 4t 9 A. Ederle Beginning 210 feet South of 944.99 feet to the POINT OF P'EGlNNlNIi -
1 Northwest corner of SWV of of DITCH ,

and Service \nTH t: TO APPKUlIn t, FloridaA. SE\4 of Section %1. Township 6 run thence ,North 0 ESTERLI"J. .. ;No need to watch the clock in

Circuit Court. Bradford County | Jf.Starke. hlolliday South Range 22 East. run South ;131 sec. West 40 feet run thence oven pre-heatmg just watch

.. .,. II ,. I r. Florida, In ('han"lr. Florida 105 feet, run East 42ft feet run North 6 degrees. 33 min.. 31 sec.West lithe. I! "magic oven-eye". This little '
II. North U5 feet run West 420 95 feet run thence ,""rth'dpgrpp fl

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida i'.iktl in! > I lief.iid.tnt.Baker, Plaintiff. vs Edna \Hope Huiliday. also known Ho feet to the Point of Ipginninl. 07 min.. 29 sec. East 165>, i jewel glows red when thc oven ;s
a ]]p lying East of and within 31 f.pt feet, run thence North 3 degrees. 31 .
1'.1-' N.I lrt-655. I Haynes Hold the line of State Road 100. |, up to temperature your ae-
survey min. 29 East 181 feet
n.--, sec. run ,
: ._ __ __.. .
__ 'JI!! ,
> I .111'1 To AppearJERRY trk" Section 2S02 said line being 'i!
survey thence North 21 degrees. 16 min 31 i ;jpendable baking signal Grand- .
described as followsBeginning on West 1122 feet run then'e,
1.
F.
F. Flume
the Westerly extension of the North '!North 89 degrees. 23 min.. 31 se< prize results every time.

,:Starke J'iorida line of Block 4 of said CITY PARK West 570.65 fees run thence South)1

I Want To Serve Hope Subdivision at a point 117.70 feet ,45 degrees, :36 min.. 29 sec. West: 1 sours exclusively uith the J9aI :
111. HaYe Westerly from the Northeast corner 126.35 feet to the end of said Dud I
I : of LOT I of said Block 4. run Centerline, Magic Chef gas range.

thence North 2 d.gres. 20 min., 31 Containing 1.051 ,. 'TOTAL
u L. Havnes. Jr. a'rt mrre.
sec. West 21.79 feet, run th.nceXorth less

YOU on YOUR Starke, Florida.M.tdrcd 2 degrees. 54 min.. 53 sec. i Is owned by: I.. A. Davi. and hi'. i Cash Price 348.95
Well 5:3.5 feet to the Easterly ex- wife Lee Perryman Davis.
Sott l Haynes the South line of Cock

-tarke. Florida 24 of Johns Addition ",' Parrrlo 5> Right of Way ; LESS TRADE rXi
Plat Book L. Page 629. Public Records -
That of
CITY COUNCILS i'arl Mark. Johns. of Bradford County. Florida at ,i East part 83 feet: of Lot 2. Blot k 2S! i Old Range 33.95
Florid a point 186.5 feet Easterly from of.the original Town. of Stark !
: ii'I the Southwest corner of Lot D of i Florida to plat re
Thelma
Redgrave Johns said Block 24. a."ring
Starke, Florid Containing 185 square feet more .i (.orP Records of "N"Bradford pag --
315.00
less, exclusive of Street Pull.
or
S existing !
of t'nner'.ity of Florida. u..inpodminblratlon !
X..lt' V. Martinet or Road right of way; Forida t,
Florida ALSO lying South within 30 feel t I t ;

Starke Bu.sine A parcel of land described of the survey line of State Road 101( I i
*'man a
Joe Martinez follows: Section 2S02, said survey line being

Starke, Florida Beginning on the line of described as follows -
South
Installed i
.; Completely With
O Chairman of Bradford County Chapter .mer. Red Crosse South Street at a point 0.57 feet Beginning on the Northeasterly extension : ;
: of the East line.of Block
Fust Easterly from the intersection of
L 11cKat 25 of the Original Town of Starke
Starke the East line of Water Street and
Chairman of Bradford County Tuberculosis! Association.! the South line of said South Street Florida according to plat recorded One

Arlin L. McKnlgkt said Street being shown on Plat recorded .in Plat Book "N". page T5J Pnbli( Cylinder Gas FREE

Slarke. FloridaT. in Plat Book 2, page 11, Public Records of Bradford County. Flor.::1
I MEMBER OF Records of Bradford County lida. at a point 23.61 feet Northeasterly -

H. McNelll Florida, run thence South 2 degrees. j from the Northeast corner ol

SUI W. Magnolia St 54 min. 5 sec. East 10 feet, run sid Block 25. run thence North 7!
First! Baptist! Church thence 22.3S feet moreor ;degrees 28 min., 21 sec. West 417.53i
Smyrna
X.
Beach :ortheasterlJ
Florida
.
; less line of said i feet run thence North 72 degrees::1 CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS
American Legion Tabitha McXeiU South Street at a point !O feet 03 rain.. 01 sec. West to the ortb. '
easterly extension of the West lint
< 31 w. Easterly from the Point of Eegia-
!
Forty i Eight i .-. New 11agol St. ring. run thence Westerly along of Block 2$ of said Original Towlof
Bab Florida said South line 20 feet to the Pointof Starke Florida at a pint 29.7<

Masonic Lodge Xo. 35Starke i- G. P. Raymond Bl'glnning.Containing, 'feet Northeasterly from -::1 & APPLIANCE CO. I II

j tarke..Florida 100 square feet: ,west corner of said Block 28,
Rotary Club .' Is owned by: Hope McL. Haynes,,1 Containing lit square feet mr.r
Ethel Raymond a widow Hope Havnes Holliday and ,or less pxculu.e of street or roac I :
GAY Nark. Florida her husband A. N. Holliday: Geor. right of way. 149 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.PA.GE !
Gulf" Life Insurance Co I J A. &anlan and fi. L Hay- \ft Norma Jean Adam I'I
( At I
1 Buiidmg: i r.es. Jr : Mildred Scott I i SubJel to Mortgage held by Gull:

Ji--ksunville. Floridi[ Ila} flt. 'Lfe Insurance Company. I'I j I







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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1934 BRADFORD COmiTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE MXB
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....... r rI At The TabernacleThe yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'HAMPTON on Crystal Lake. I Andrews Monday evening. ,I YYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYyyyyyyyy Mrs. Grady Nettles and family,
I
::::r... Mrs. M.
; Layfield was in Lake- all of Jacksonville Mrs. Russell
Several the ;
employees enjoyed:
Cfta: I
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:= : ': land and Plant City recently. Thomas and children )Ir. and Mrs.
Youth Meeting Saturday dance at Lake Butler last Friday! PINE LEVELby
night was conducted: by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas, son James, evening. | Robert Starling and family. all
Dudley Hardy and Mrs. J. W. I of Crosby Lake and Mrs. Dolia
Mrs. E. Y. Berry. The Sunday by Mrs. Wra. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAA Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sirs. n. M. McKae1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAA. :
Home visited Rev. and Mrs. R. Green of Heilbronn Springs. PFC.
morning message by the sponsorwas Carlos Norman were Mr. and Mrs.J. .
C. Gray and family at Jackson- William built ad-
Starling a new
taken
from the Old Testa- L. Wester of Jacksonville and
ville Thursday afernoon. dition to her home while he was
ment prophet, Jeremiah. The Hampton Elementary Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Varnus and Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regu-

Mrs. Florence Hipple and :Mrs. School opened Monday morningwith Nell Crews is attending kin- children of Macclenny.Mrs. lar appointment at Pine Level here.The
Woodlawn Baptist Methodist Church dergarten and Melody : Nur- Bap- H. M. McRae's
enjoyed a
Mae Wood of Park of the Palms, a total number enrolled of May I L. W. Shaw and son visited tist Church last
Holds Nightly RevivalThe 'oft Monday with friends for 8 117. Total number enrolled last sery School at StarKe. her parents :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sunday before visit Monday with Mrs. Mollie
Sunday Sept. 5: 9:45 a. m. leaving
afternoon
Sunday
Church School 11 a. m. Morn- short visit in Texas. year the first day was 109. William Clark is visiting his Taylor of Raiford. by planeto Alvarez, Mrs. O. R. Alvarez, and
;
Church daughter in Clearwater. attend a meeting at Ft. Worth,
Woodlawn Baptist ,ing Worship-Sacrament of theLord's Visitors to the Sunday night Two new teachers have been Eloise Taylor and Dorsey Dar- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Alvarez We
is having an old time revival Avery Slade Iris I Tex., this week. Rev. John Need-
hired this Mrs. Janie Noe, has sold his homeat
Supper; Reception of members services were :Mrs. Lillie Millerof year visited friends in Tallahassee. are glad to know that Mrs. Alvarez -
meeting beginning Monday night, 6:00 m. Recreation Time; 4th and 5th grades; and H. J. Hampton Junction and is building Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylor and man of Starke filled Rev. Hall's
;
p.
LaBelle and her sister-in-law, few
home for
Sept. 6, at 7:45 p. m. The churchis 6:45 p. m. Supper for Intermediates Mrs. house Waters 6th. and 7th. a new one on the lot joing I family visited their son in Callahan'place at the evening service. Mrs. can come a
located about three miles west Boyd. They were guestsof Don Hill across from the Chris- 'I Hall is visiting her son-in-law and days, and we hope she can soon
and Seniors; 7:15: p. m. Worship Mrs. :Miller's twin sister, :Mrs. Mrs. Mary Dyal is assisting Mrs. Sunday evening.Mr. .
of Lawtey.Rev. tian Church. I daughter Rev. and Mrs. J. E. come home to stay. She has spent
Service for MYF Groups M. J. McRae. Johnson in the cafeteria.The and Mrs. A. Z. Padgettof
J. O. Raulerson will preach Tommy and Jo Ann Slade will first P. T. A. meeting will Emily McKinney of Graham Brooker were guests of the Murphee and son, Edward, this several weeks in a Jacksonville

during the revival. Rev. Raulerson tell of their experiences in Cuba; spent Saturday with Mrs. Vernon ;week. miss her muchat
be held in the school auditoriumnext Edgar Duke's Sunday.Mr. hospital. We very
Church
of God
organized the church in 1942 and Service. Slade. PFC. William S. Starling left I
8 p. m. Preaching Tuesday, Sept. 7, at 3:15 p. : and Mrs. N. D. Thomas of home and at church.
pastored it for three and one-half Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bryant and for Ft. Benning. Ga., after spending -
Monday: 3:30: p. m. Circle 2 Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- m. Heilbronn Springs were weekend I We are to hear about the
years. son. Homer, were shoppers in I a 10-day furlough with his I sorry
Lloyd Day of South Riverside the hostesses will be Mrs. McComband ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- I Parents and friends are urgedto Gainesville Saturday. guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Frank mother Mrs. Alma Starling. Other illness of Mrs. Susie Myrick, and
Mrs. White Sr. 8 m. Official II
Baptist Church of Jacksonvillewill Meeting in the Church p. Par- ning Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E. come and meet their children'steachers Mrs. H. C. Jernigan of Clear- Thomas. visitors of Mrs. Starling last week I hope she will soon be well again.
be the leader for the and have a social hour. water, Everyone was wondering why were: Mr. and Mrs.
song Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and I spent last week with her B. J. Star- missed her at church Sunday
We
services. lor. The P. T.-A.. membership fee is mother, Mrs. M. B. Layfield. and Bob Hall and .Bill Kappauf wereso I ling of Starke. Nathaniel Burnsed
7:45
3:30 m. Circle 3 Prayer Meeting Friday : p.m., night. I am glad to know that 14
Tuesday: i$1.
I p.
late to the picnic. The and
sister, Mrs. Raleigh Brannen. Her getting family, and Julia Burnsed of
HOMECOMING will meet at the home of :Mrs.'Bertha Sunday School Lawtey 10 a.m. MOrn-i|I Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Callawayof 'I'husband and daughter came reason tRey gave was they got 1;I Lacoochee. Her grandsons, Frank- of our Youth Class met for prayer
'
I'
Pearce.Wednesday 11 YPE Serving .! Gainesville and Mrs. Edward for her on Sunday and after lost in Keystone Heights. lyn and Marshall Starling of et the church early Monday morn-
Worship a.m.
The First Baptist Church of Bible Study ing
: 8p. m. of State Farm visited Mr.
Saturday, 7:30 Feagle spending the day with the Brannen's Mrs. J. C. Tuten and family of!Starke, enjoyed a \'isitith her. ing. Lamar Clough led tne prayersenice.
Graham will observe its annual p.m.
and Prayer. and Mrs. Geo. Saxon I
Sunday. returned to their home in Jacksonville were Wednesday eve- Her son, W. B., and Miss Pat .
Homecoming Day on Sunday Sept. Thursday: 6:30 p. m. Youth Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Thorntonand
I Steedly of Jacksonville visi-I
Clearwater.Mr. ning guests of Lois Coleman. were The H. M. McRae's spent last
5, with the following program: Choir Rehearsal; 7:30 p. m. Chan- Church of Christ Donnie of Starke were Sun- tom
and Mrs. Williams I Saturday. !week in Jacksonville with their
George Sunday guest of Mrs. Kate Coleman -
Sunday School 10 a. m. Sermon cel Choir Rehearsal.Presbyterian. dinner of Mrs. Minnie
11 a. m. Dinner 12:30 p. m. Ordi- Corner 10th and Mcnlahon day guests Mrs. Thornton and son, Howell, and Barbara Mat I were Mr. and Mrs. Lesley i Visitors of Mrs. Alma Starling i i,son-in-law and daughter. They also !-

nation of Deacons 2:30 p. m. Church Preaching A. M. and 7:31 Donnie Marcionny.returned from of Hampton Mrs. L. A. Wigginsand i Coleman of Jacksonville and Mr.!last Saturday were Mr and Mrs visited Mr. and Mrs Barney I
I P. XL Sunday a daughter, Marie, of Jacksonville and Mrs. Harry Stern of Starke. Steedy and family and Mr. and Eggers and other relatives
A new table with cover over it visit in Silver Springs, and Wash-
Sunday, Sept. 5 9:45 a. m. and Bible Study returned Tuesday from a trip I Mrs. J. P. Hines is visiting this .. _
has been built by, the men of the Sunday school; 11 a. m. Morning I Prayer Meeting ington, D. C. to Northern Alabama and Chat week with her son. Jack. I :_;'.::': _"'':= === ,.::. >:,-:. /, :u_:__ '".; ... ___ u'
church and will be ready for thisservice each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Mrs. F. H. Douglas of High
Service "The Call of tanooga Tenn.
I
Worship
All past pastors members. Springs was a recent guest of her Mrs. H. E. Starling and grand-
Samuel"; 6 p. m. Youth Fellow- Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastair L
and friends will find a warm wel- Christian ChurchBible sister, Mrs. Jessie Chastain.Mr. son Eddie, were visiting Mrs.
Caldwell and and children.
ship Frances Sue and Tommhave y '
come and we urge you to come. and Mrs. P. L. Kelly and Jack Hines.:
Margaret R. Duncan hostesses; returned from a trip tc,
Mrs. R. Thomas, Clerk 7:30 m. Evening Worship Serv- School 9:45 a. m. Wor-I daughter Helen, of New River Virginia.Yyvvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kelly and
p.
of Travel- ship Service 11 a. m. and 8 p. were recent guests of Mr. and daughter, Connie Lee, attended RevivalDAILY
TORXADO ZIPPER BINDER, ice 'The Influence a I
m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- Mrs. J. G. Adkins. I the Hercules picnic Friday after-
$1.50. Just the thins for keeping ling Companion" i
day 8 p. m. J. E. Sherwood,
Mrs. Jessie Chastain visited her
noon.
your book and other school sAipf4Jes Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. Prayer 5
securely. Bradford CountyTelegraph. Meeting; 8pm. Adult Choir Minister. ,niece. Mrs. Ruby Piper, in Jax.I BIG DADHappenings 1 Big Dad gave a very nice picnic .
practice. 1 Friday and Saturday. i]i at Gold Head Branch last Sat-
I St. Mark's Episcopal '! Mr. and Mrs. ST R. Wallace urday afternoon with approximately -

...:a I'i i:Jr. and children have moved to 200 hundred attending. Everyone -''
Rev. Raymond E. l\Ia<:Blain | 7:45 P.McIRST
I I[i Columbia, S. C., where he is sta-; seem to enjoy themselves as' : .
Schedule of Services :I tioned. 1 there was plenty of food and re

SUNDAYS !I'I Mr. and Mrs. Bruce (Roy) i I By Clair LazenbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi I freshments. We hope to make this i iI

9:45: a.m., Church School 11 Koark and children have moved I tan annual affair. I II II BAPTIST CHURCH
I
Cook'sGrocery a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; from the R. F. Dyal home to a L I ,
6:30: p.m., Young People's Serv- house across from the saw mill. | D. W. Judd arrived home las it IH-WAY: CHAPEL I
ice League. I Mr. and Mrs. Rome Andrews,week after spending a few week;si I (ASSEMBLIES OF GOD) I STARKE FLORIDA
HOLY COMMUNION I shopped in Starke Friday. I'visit with his father in Bell ie I'. 780 Hiway 16 West ,

1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun-I Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dyal of the Glade. I Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning I Id I'I'
day 7:30: Farm Colony spent the weekend at j Mr. and :Mrs. Ralph Cox an 11 a.m. Evangelistic 3 MORE DAYS ENDS SUNDAY
a.m.FRIDAY their home here. family of Baltimore, Md. sper: j Worship .
and
Meeting 7:45 p.m. Sunday I.I.lt
7:30: p.m. Litany & Meditation.. Mrs. Thomas Forsyth of Lake"(i several days with Mr. and Mr:severy| night. HOMECOMING SUNDAY

8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. I Butler died Tuesday morning. J. D. Carlton. Revival services are continuing :
.She was the mother, of Joe For-I Geneva Green of Lawtey sper lt 'every night at the Hi-Way Chapeln '

St. Edward's Church syth, who has the sympathy of a last weekend with Brenda Marti: 'I Tent located on Highway 16 West. j jld Dinner On The Church GroundsAll
host of friends. I Carl Andrews of Bartow an Services are preceded by 30 min- '
PHONE 405 Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. Mrs. Albert Birt and childrenof i Mrs. Willie Mae Judd were dmne'-iutt's of gospel music. The public I j
Deliver Thurs. Afternoons Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and
Jax We Open
Hiway s:3U: a. m.Children's. Tampa are visiting Mr. and i guests of Mr and Mrs Wesle''y is: cordially invited. i Members and Friends of The First Baptist Church
I Mrs. Eugene Birt and Mrs.
A --- Maggie I ,. .
Class Saturday 11 I Lester. I .:: : -: :: : "_ u__ .. -_ -"_-:. -,; ": : :.-._- ; ::-c.'T ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
With $5 Order a. m.
Miss Louise Adkins who has a'
Lbs 4 ftC Keystone HeIghts position with the Prudential In- Sermon Sunday Night *
POTATOES 10 (Women's Club) surance Co. in Jacksonville has

Sunday Mass 8 a. m. been promoted from file clerk to. First Baptist Church Hampton
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. the claims division. ,
Confessions before all Masses.CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Wilson I MARVIN V. STEDHAMEvangelist
May and
; 6hotlctn I boys of Gainesville visited relatives -! "Giants and Grasshoppers" .
21C
COCA COLA OF JESUS CHRIST I in town Sunday. -

LATTER DAY SAINTServices Mrs. Harold Rhoden entertainedat I
each Sunday in old Ma-I a birthday party Monday eve- By Pastor :Merle Packham iI i

6botlctn School sonic Hall 10 a.m.on E., Sacrament Calls St. Sunday Serv- ning at her home honoring her Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Union 7:00 p.m. I i
PEPSI COLA 25CS 6:30 sister, Mary Davis's 13th birth- REV. L. D. HAINES
ice : Everyone welcome.
p.m. day. About 20 young people were Wed. night "Hour of Power" 8 p.m. .

present. Games were played and SONG LEADER -
Tall/ Can HEILBROXX refreshments of a birthday cake "Living Water in your soul, will cause a

SALMON S 3S BAPTIST CHURCH and cold drinks were served. Mary I I Spring in your step" MRS. L. A. CANOVA -

Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- received stveral nice gifts.
ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 I Mr. and Mrs W. W. Hammond You are invited to attend the services of this DIRECTOR OF :MUSIC

p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer I and daughter. Willow Ruth, spentSunday spiritual Church: .
Limit One 5 Lbs 'I I Meeting Wednesday 7:30: with their son and wife. _
p.m. -I ;z'J: :: ;, ;;- c_' =,.:= 'u_=-, =___. .. j'
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Sugar 45cTIDE Sunday FAITH LAWTEY School BAPTIST 10, FLA.a.CHURCH m. Preach-!I -- =--


ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek 4 ;; ; IiasoiisI

I service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. xa. -

A. E. Massey, pastor. IUlpOrtallt

Large 21CSARDINES Bible Scnool-10 A. M.

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
SOCIETY


3 Cons 2SC day Sunday School Orange service 11 a.m.Park 11, Fla.a.m. Sun- why you shotdd buy a PONTIAC


Wednesday Evenings-1st Wed-I'
nesday each month, S p.m.
Cans i Public cordially invited. Nur-

MILK 3 39C sery maintained for all services. ,

1 Community Center Building
Kmgsley Ave. and Highway 17.


BANANAS 3 Lbs 29C I WOOD BAPTIST 1.WX MISSIONARY CHURCH' mGHTMW/ .


LAWTSY, FLA. .
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Lbs I i 10 a.m Sunday SchOOl, 11 a.m. I

STRING BEANS 2 29C. I preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45 prayer -

. service, 7 o'clock song .services. .
7:30 evening sen-ices.
I l Pontiac is One of the Greatest Cars Ever Built! 2 Pontiac has the Best Resale Value in its Price Class I
Bunches

CARROTS 2 2SC HAMPTONCHRISTIAN CHURCH' Match today's Pontiac with America's finest cars and you'll get a Along with all its fine-car size, luxury and performance, Pontiac I

dramatic picture of Pontiac value. First of all, Pontiac is big- has a very special attribute no car at any price can beat-iU un i

Service Bible 11 School a. m.10; Youth a. m.; Program Worship bigger; in fact, than many cars costing hundreds of dollars more. surpassed reputation for year-in, )ear-out dependability. Pontiac'a

PEACHES 3 Lbs 1SCI '6:30: p. m. Evening Service S Pontiac is beautiful-with its distinctive Silver Streak stvling. carefree, economical long life and its proved record of amazingly !

p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon pastor. Inside, you'll find genuine fine-car luxury and appointments- low maintenance expense are so widely known and acknowledged .

along with the roominess and comfort that come only with a long that it commands the highest: resale value in its price class. Be.

I LARGE FRESH Lb. AIR PARK BAPTIST heelbase. But the big surprise comes when you test Pontiac's cause Pontiac is America's most desirable used car, jour original '

| Air Park Baptist Church: Sunday performance. See how alert it is to every demand jn traffic, how it investment comes back in greater measure when you trade.Pontiac .

School, 9:45 a. m>; Preaching handles and corners almost without effort, how it takes to the open .

MULLET 16cf Service 11 a. m.; Training Union. road with plenty of power to spare and saves money every mile.
6:45: p. m.; Preaching Service 8 I 3 is Priced Just Above the lowest!
p m. Prayer meeting Wednesday -,
5 p. m. 'After you've convinced yourself of Pontiac's value, after you've

SEVENTH DAY considered all the good things you've heard about its depend.

Lb ADVENTIST CHURCH : ability-see how it compares dollar-wise. Despite the fact that it's a

-STEAK 45C I Services each Sabbath in old .. fine car in every sense of the term, Pontiac is priced so near the .
f Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sabbath .
I z a lowest that if you can afford any new car .you can afford a Pontiac
School 2 p.m. Preachingeach


WHITE BACON Lb 33C 3 p.m.second Elder each and Mostert Thursday fourth ,Sabbaths pastorBible'Study 8 p.m. I r.----- j 4 We'll Make You 'a Deal You Can't Afford to Miss!


Everyone welcome. i Right now we're making such liberal trade-in allowances that

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS: I r. lOU just can't afford to pass up the greatest opportunity you

PORK RIBS Lb 39C CHURCH : ever had to become a fine-car owner. Come in and get the facts.
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HOUND Lb. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. i : \::!) DOLL.MI FOR DOLLAR YOU C.LVT BEAT A PO.YTMCf
Prayer Meetings Wedneada

night 7:45 p.m. Saturday night!


CHEESE! 45 C way TIlE jour you RIGHT write.favorite-Come POINT ESTERBROOfi In for and thr select Simpson Urquhart PontiacCOR.


Fountain Pen. Only $ .s1 at

,- ., BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- COURT & JEFFERSON STS. PHONE 67 P. 0. BOX 248 STARKE. FLA.
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TEX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 1954

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TOUR SEVERAL STARKE BUSINESSES \ SHRUBBERY WANTED \State Will Buy '- -


OVER 60 SCHOOL TEACHERS Notice to property owners !Mature Pine Cones i; FOR CITY COUNCIL

I wish to announce that T ana
along :Madison and Water
____ Winslow R. Johnson who lives candidate for City Coum-J I
Streets (route of State Road ;
stand for better and honest {--t\o
100> : three miles east of Starke has !

If jour shrubbery K being been designated as the local cone' ,Government and I will appre .at;?

your vote and support or. Se:;;'
mo\ed to make room for the collecting agent for Bradford 14.

w widened highway and you ha'eno County. and he will pay $1 or
-k : .
( : place for it on jour own more per bushel for Slash:: PineCones \v. H. iB'i; ;> N'ea*!'

property, don't throw it away- delivered to him --
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give it to the Garden Club for .

u..e in city parks and parkways. -


week This by was Mrs.the :Marvin plea voiced Hazen this Sell It Rent It Trade It


president of the local Garden


Club.Mrs.: Hazen said that manjproMrty ?WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

| owners cannot make

use of the shrubbery that is being Low Kales Good Results
0 j Easy To Place
1z: : :1 mined because they do not

: hate room for it in their own 1 .'0 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION 50c(

ards.. She said that if they i
local indihtries Friday during the : EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
starke'* teacher toured Legion Begins Membership Drive will notify her (phone 37-W)
Chamber of Commerce's first "BuMnest Kduratiun Day." The teacher Court Collects !slit \\ill see that it is picked up nisroi"\T OK is PIII TKNT O\ TWO OK MONK I\SKKTIO\.

!* got a chance to momentarily forget the problem of getting their I and city labor will be used to ::.... .\UIHTIO'L "'011 III.IMI ADS OK 'o I>S NOT PUD IN AIM \N. t

rooms in shape( for M-hool, and they learned a little more about the Currie Announces Committee rieads transplant it in the city parks or

economy of Starke. On the right. Manager James Groover tours the $1,420 TuesdayBonds I elsewhere on city property| UEMORI.VMS CARDS OF ThANKS RESOLUTIONS 20<' Per Line

through Starke's Coca-Cola Bottling Co. President J. It. HimI'takf'4 I Starke's American Legion Post school; medal awards: A J (Ii where it will show up to ad (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

group 56 will undertake its nnual memo ''Thomas Jr., colort'd'ete..an af- vantage.Mrs. .
the teachers through the Bradford Furniture Corp. in the center a
the Plant Engineer Bill Kinl't'lllain.; .. theOJM I totalling $1.420 were for bership drive withir he next two fairs; and W. H. Graham Jr.. Hazen (Minted out there I -
left
picture. On feited on Tuesday at County Judge j,weeks. Post Comma: C. L. Cur-:membership and post activities. I is a great need for shrubbery I A. J. Thomas. Starke. Fla.
ration at Big Dad Manufacturing Co. to the group rie said this week C'urrie's Rehabilitation committees FOR SALE
,Theron A. Yawn's plea day court. I goal are 1 and small trees, especially ;

secretary when defendents failed to appear for this year is 3(() members by 1 headed by: Dr. A. Y. Covington. the playground-park on Pratt I II \ executive
:Marian Howe I
About 60 Starke teachers were Armistice Day. Nov. 11. Currie i medical advisory Jack Trawk-k Homes Under
on charges ranging from fighting : Street, which is practically bare Construction
ot the Chamber of Commerce FOR SALE
Introduced to several of Starke's t I to driving while intoxicated. I said that 300: members would mean child welfare; S. G. Denmark of planting. "

industries during the city's first said that she was pleased with ;; Cases involving W. A. Bessent I lOO per cent membership for the i education of orphans; A. J. "We will be glad to get anything II.UCK now under ronstnirkion.Prirrit IN STARKE'S
I to make it' ..
results and
the hoped I .
post. 'Thomas Jr., veterans education Ihat I .1t.I.OO la S O.IMMMNI.. CurnUhril -
be
ran nuned and
"Business Education Day" last : an annual affair for new teachers.Bill local pool room owner charged with rirrulatine hralrr.hot NEWEST SUBDIVISION
I with operating a gambling The 1955 membership cards will'emphasis and training; and A. L 1 transplanted" )lr' Hazen haid.I I walrr hralrr. rlrrlrir htoir.rlrrlrir .

Fri &y. The teachers toured Big !I Wall owner of the Bradford under $1,500 bond which oouse.j be mailed to Legion members ;j1 I Crosby Jr.. hospital entertainment. rrfrisrralor and \ rnrlianbliniU. Pine/joven
Dad Manufacturing Co., Bradford) Motor Court. and the Rev. W. S. \ll for a donn pajmrnlof
turnable that day, and Kenneth shortly. They will be accompanied Security committees are headed :1.00tl;: lortrran. and a.
Furniture Corp., the National !I McAliley pastor of the FirstlPresvtertm I j .. .
with by a blank check and a self-ad- Ion a. $-'iO.IMI Nun-Xrtrran* unit \1.1. 'nn .
'Bagwell charged running a by: I. G. Clark national defense Softball Team :!o.: KKVIMIKSInxulated :
Guard Camp and Shops at Camp I I : ? Church acted as also under $1,500 'dressed envelope for ease in hand- : Tile or hardnood floor rarporlv lIoof, Furrrdalln
gambling room
Blanding and Coca-Cola BottlingCo. hosts for the Chamber of Commerce ling. and Ressie Thomas, Unh'ersall hrulihrr.... > .and lann iarlndrd. Vophalt, Tile .'1....... Juluuxieinilo
bond. were continued for a preliminary i rd. r humro hate Ibrrr bed .
II I during the tour. Military Training. The post's Executive room* and are ..f the latrM ap- \\ and Daorx. Hutater
hearing. at the time it will I Currie said that Legionnaireswill I.r..d drMBii* in ........in!:. Heady I Heater and Sink Foil Bath ( arl'orta.
The teachers took time out between Mrs. Howe expressed her thanks Board consists of Seeber Plays TonightStarke's n'T t tlljie.. Uvodedl.otH.
I I be determined from the evidence be given six methods of paying for orrupanry nilhin h.o wrrlt* .
tours for lunch at Herb'sDriveIn to the management of the industries Goodman. W. H. Graham. and S. lo a month liiiill under the direct < b.c to School. Chureheiand
i whether the defendants will be their new dues: ] lhu.ine.s DitrietFill
G. Denmark. MipmUitin of Urn F. Hall.
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and restaurants visited and 'I
and El Rancho restaurant. ( bound for trial in the court of Cir- II) They can use the self-ad softball team will meet "ell knottn builder and rontrarlor. ,
Il\ \Si,(,
They climaxed the day with :jshe also expressed appreciation to cuit Judge George L. Patten. dressed envelope by enclosing a its old rival!, the Gainesville! Road .

strawberry shortcake at the Gold Joe Starling for making signs for check $3 in cash and it Over 150 Attend :a lhe.Iroon.. .- $L4kM) $X>0ll
Starke i Earlier. Bessent had asked or mailing ;, Camp team at the Bradford High FarniK from HOUIH restaurant. { the buses and to the Judge Yawn to reduce the charge ''to Major Harry M. Hatcher Jr., Stanfield ReunionOver stadium tonight (Friday) at 7:30.: I j I'rlred for a e..od in*eotment.ile I" Pa> iu..nt $10:0.

M'my of the teachers expressed Woman's Club for managing the ,to of which is 'Camp Blanding. j The Alvarez Men's Store has'
I one gambling team "<' for super More or "Iaprriuiarket a lledroaniK. J.S.IHMI ';IAODunn
while
amji-ement at the extent ofStarke's Chamber of Commerce office punishable by a fine of $100 or j 21> They can pay Gene Ljng at 150 relatives of Mrs. J. W. defeated the Road Camp team five : .., motel.. apartmenthuusrx SmO: Cloitinic (...'.1.I..th-

small industry, and Mrs. 1 she attended the tour.City's i'90 days in jail. The charge of the Tax Assessor's office. I II !I Stanfield, 82, of Bristol. Ga., attended straight times but the Gainesville i Ins ninex, mercantile. m-rrnx..buildiue. honiex. &..- ,, I) Payment SIT.lHi. -

I keeping- a gambling- house carriesa 3\> They can pay A. J. ThomasJr. a family reunion and birthday team promises plenty of action to- large anil. fctiiallIntextor Nothing-e to pay. 1'nrrhase

Car Arrives penalty of $5,000 fine or three I at his law office. 1' party for her at the Azalea night. :i NOW :Move to when com
New Police { or home buer don t
years in prison. Judge Yawn denied 4)I They can pay Bill Grahamor Motel Sunday. Mrs. J. Troy Lynn Starke won. 9-3, over the Irate !>Ia....... until >on i pleted.

the request. I Ray Stone at Alvarez Men's (Levina Stanfield), oldest daugh- Gainesville team last week. Bill': SF.F.A.

Sam Brown Jr. of for !store. Fpps was the winning pitcher. See Joseph I). Warren
.oF Lawtey I I jter of Mrs. Stanfield was hostess (
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...:./. _. ", .-.kS.. ;:",;'J't... ... who a summons charging reckless I'I 5)) They can pay seeber Goodman -I for the reunion. Mr. and Mrs. i Other team members were Vic' J. THOMAS

''driving' had been issued. failed to at his service station on S. Lynn own the Azalea Motel. I Frees, catcher; J iumy Rowe. Ib; j WARREN CONST. CO
,Ovid ItK.lL I>T.\TF.: DKALEn: :
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Bennett 2b; G. J. McGriff
in court. and Judge Yawn Walnut St. I j >
appear I O. Box 787 Tele. 415 \\
Mrs. Stanfield is the mother of : Ate. Telephone 214MarLr. -
;Jr., ss; Harry Green. 3b Tommy :01 Temple
ordered a warrant for his arrest. 6)) They can pay the crew of i ;
ill Starke Fla.
children 53 grandchildren 62 Smith, -f and Joe McGee If. Florida ,
Disposition of the cases involv- the "Forty and Eight" locomotivewhich .' : ; A
j great-grandchildren and threeI :road ,
member
ing 15 men arrested in the gambling will be in Starke on Satur- camp played center ,
7 follows 15 to Oct. 15. I I great-great-grandchildren. Ten of field for Starke last week |I RADIOS REPAIRED
raid on August was as days from Sept. I .
12 of Mrs. Stanfield's living children !! Ray Stone, manager of th' All Makes All Modelslirisonahlr I
: 10 forfeited bonds by non- Currie also announced his committee I chargrn guaraiteedCllS.
appearance; 2 pleaded guilty and appointments for the Jones-j attended the reunion. It was ,tern, urges persons interested in C. ShEPhERDroz 1 MAILVANTEI>

Post. also attended by her sister 26 playing, 01 watching the game to W. fall St.! Starve Ph. 23* ; Apply AtBRADFORD
were fined $100 each; 2 pleaded not Langford-White ,
.... <1 'children.. and three great-great- :attend tonight. He aid admiss.en
guilty and their cases are being The officers for the year are: II MOTORCOURT
I J grandchildren 38 'is free and the players would like
M. Hat- great-grand- ,
transferred to the trial calendar. Currie, commander; Harry I : Electric Motors
"
I "to
see a good crowd.
!One case involving a minor, is cher Jr., adjutant; John Godwin. grandchildren. ;I

!under advisement by Judge"Yawn. vce-commander; ; Charles J. Schaeffer -, Famlies attending the reunion I Ii REWOUND AND In Starke

I j i Other cases were on the following vice-commander; T. C. came from 20 Florida and Georgia W. C. T. U. SERVICEDSmall
T T1
1': 1 charges: reckless driving. 7; Hazen, finance officer; John B. i communities from Savannah, Ga.. i I POWER LAWN ;MOWER ir r-n-'

't- i intoxicated. 1; driving while intoxicated ,Grew, chaplain; X. M. Smith :ito Sarasota. ,".\ L THAT IS NFlTSvlKY: : Appliance Repair ;I b tion.) the Temple hour at Ave.Tiny Seri If.>;:Mg aI -

I 1 without historian I. E. Clark, sergeantatarms !i IFOR Tilt; Tim '
; driving a ; jirn ( ,F' fa 11. is General Machine Work
and A. J. Thomas Jr., serv- THAT OLD RA(;:; W.\XTEt-B..t pi, .'
I license, 2: failure to stop at stop ; GOOD uno NOTII-! ,
.' Doctor's Clinic paid for good. clean e..ltn 1.It .
..: ,-. ,; I jsign, 2: improper muffler on'e- ice officer. j, -IXC." i S .: No khaki or wool Telegraph,

..- -.\' \ 1J ,hide, 3; and fighting, 1. j Administrative committees are': ,Admits 12 Patients (EDMUND: H'r.KIIX "SUNsHIXK All Work GuaranteedReasonable;

| headed by: A. J. Thomas Jr., constitution : : MAOAZIXE"; ) i ij 1 c'OR RE Unfurni.-l.ed house Inquire -
Rates if
Police Chief \%. K:. Thornton (at door) and Patrolman RileySvat ;i County To Enforce i and by-laws; T. C. Hazen,. Among those admitted to th< i: ;I at Bus Station.

2-door 1954 Ford 'finance; and Thomas Finley, religious Doctor's Clinic Hospital in Stark' S LET J. U. OI10U JR.
car. It is a FOR CITY COUNCIL
show off Starke's new police j lil.MILK 20L15C.tti'LE
New Law Prohibiting emphasis. .recently were Wm. E. .
: Thigpen'
SEAL HUGS
I RED AMI
engineered for hereby announce myself as a ,
I is
It : especially
with. 161 h.p. interceptor engine. committees an' ,
Americanism
a '
: Mrs. C. L. SALtS -
i Commercial Fishing Shanbarger. Jame;:s candidate for re-election to the !
police work, and Chief Thornton hat it will go 120 m.p.h. ;I headed by: W. T. Coram Jr., Boy'iState ;I Pauls. Mrs. J. D. Matthews Mis:s Citv Council in the September city i', ELECTRIC & MACHINE I I Lite Oak Iarhi.ai.e.iiIie: Karh MedaecdarI Frldar

The closing of all lakes in Brad- : Herb Thomas. law anc JI. Blanche Andrews all of Starke; election. Having served one term Ii j ji SHOP 'f
O. P
crder A. L. Crosby Jr. and
'New Truck Stop ford County to commercial: fishingmoved ; I. E. Clark Mrs. Vivian Witt. Palatka: Mrs i. on the Council I feel that I am ; FOR RENT-Three or f' urauartnient r.'Ul
Hutto marksmanship;
to the enforcement stage, ,' Robert E. Martin. Maxville: Mrs; well acquainted with the problems I F. W. GRAUDON comtortalily fUI'I".hed
of the American Legion; C. S' i electric kiulien,
Re-Elect I Opens Near StarkeA 'I when the Board of County Commissioners sons 'Estt>lIe Chesbrongh. Sampson rooms and bath.
i Partin Jr., patriotic observance;: City : of the city at this time and believei. Owner, :Manager shady lawn. AvaiUble Aug. 1,
sent a copy of a resolu- Mrs. Autilla Chanon. Hampton well Mrs. L. U. Clark Be.-.sant Kd
i.: am qualified to serve you i
new truck stop opened Wed- tion to the Game and Fresh WaterFish .and flag education; G. J. McGrifJr. f Miss Jiinmie Monrnef. Mrs 106 Washington t.-I'hone 397 Kast Starke. I mile frmn fall} ;St.Bridee. .
will
Addi another term I
e
., junior baseball; J. O. Gay Bo;" 111 appre- Rt. I. Box 2-C. if. h8KOIl
U. S. 301 south of Commission recently an Rhode" and Mrs Wilma Starke, Ha.OIMKY .
James A. LewisTO nesday on Scouts Hugh Ingram Jr., oratorical Biyani t iateour vote and support .
I nouncing the actionOpportunity ; ; all of Raitord RENT= -Furnished apai t Inn III
Starke under the co-ownership of )' contests; and L. H. Gibsor I I. Ewell Lawson. (' n Hilt II.'"'' I one bedroom and gla**-..d-II' sit-, i'-;
1 .,,.
was given to an -
lolL SXI.H large li\ inS I'" \
Mr. and Mrs Frank Broadway andL school affairs. tog porch
THE 'Opponents of this action at a regular I VTA UK K it'i: tO. tI kitchen and dinnette. 4Jt S'M.III' ,
M. Games ail of Starke. The '! Community Service committee S I St.: or apply at TUl.k'ul') i .if--
meeting of the Board, publicized
\\ .\:'\TI-I': $,,\ eral girls j ji. tf
new truck stop will feature a res- are headed by: Gene Long disaste \'I\:
,
in advance. but no one week.
appeared Ii p'.Mr.inlevery
CITY COUNCILYou taurant and Gulf oil and gasoline.The to protest. relief; Guy Andrews. radio publI :z FRI. SAT. ONLY \\ i I k"i. li'>inpair tlinr. Box Xin..1|WHITE WAITRESSANTKI: : -

Vote and Support Will truck stop has been under I I city; L. H. Gibson and Jack Del \\ .-. L"!"" n. M4!;s. 4tp 9/3 New Kingsley Beach.'f

He construction for about six months, TOKNAIK 711'1'KK RINDKRS:,1 weiler, press publicity; L. H. Gil i I., I ii-i I: SAI.K I :-Four ;5J: 'i ft. x I|I FOR SALEroom: B. rrm l imrth

Appreciated and it features a large parkingarea : :; rin!,:,,. $1.50. Bradford County Tel- ,son. musical contests; G. T Huj i \ 101.., K.of r".-t Uff l'l'. I 11 "ine cottaKr. Klectl it .til)' "''|1"11'I.d. | -
LADIESBLOUSES I li, .>] ti.ule fur Ja"ks..n-I I' deep well. 70 feet mi Highway ,
for trucks and ears. egraph. gins agriculture; C. S. Partin Ji : : tree al.-u 1 ,n..iin
\ i 'I"! I m. 1753 Hyde I I IOU. fruit
< I ,i. k-.iiMllH.. Kla. :Jti! S'S :: cabin ln<|tiiie (. .lemeu.NU.MX: \ .
I '-I" _..-...-- W .. iiiilft east of Kry.t.iii.4ti -
I -- 1 ]F' d.! i.l.XT--Km ni-lird 4 r.M.in alft..1 I //t"Ie-ht" | '' Jt

.. ;uiii-.i' ; Private hath and I i
I' ". j mil, I li.n k entrance. Phone FOR SALE:-Hamilton Piano .uiri'"
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AnnouncingAir I '. ;.7 W Call St. Itchg Bench in good condition $77 Tnii kI
at I'entral
I fan be seen
I Warehouse. I It.hjt
I Lines
I I" 'I Tlurt 1 ')"flI efficiency.t.l
'", -.. .-\tt V.\< j..
n I lull l JI3; in-i V. .t'k. At KOlt H.ST-'i. room iinfuniil.dI
Conditioned Ambulance Service i ..ti y, nj I i-- Mr. I. f. Morgan. III'! |

0 J FOR SALK-150 New Hamphiiei
1 Limit Automatic Hot I
FOIl SALE- : i pullets. 4 pound average. II e.f' h
H aie" Heaters S i'Lta; ; 'v.4 I> W I'. Peterson. 2 irile.s :XotttMai 'I!
EQUIPPED WITH \t I S.; ..01 I 111't
| : Kon
Lots of Styles lu H KetngeratorUearrjorn SiI9.I. .

Heaters from :$..M..SLAUK .<>U I! \\ .\XTEU Sf"'ing.tI.I""": -
MonogramShirts '-.
Slight Irreg. : ; (;.AS CO. I Hand' and Knibroidery.Hlou....... 1'";,>0.,101.
OXYGEN AND TWO-WAY RADIO i | rate- MrMason.. 1 K 12th St.
I '.11.1: I.it.> I'araKeet.all lt|I'
: ". .-ai li. Pl.-a.-f !bring !| at Temple.
.11-. 'I I li->.- K. Iii ow o. i .
r. Up FOR KENT:" -Four room lI11flll III-IIt'd
j'1 h"IIi-t' running water and t-U-iti. -
it... L.P Jordon, lit. 1 l t.\ : Jj
I 1'1.,1'I \\ \:NTE1'daH. : or woman to I I
.. .!, .,, ,nationally' ad\ertis dI i Starke, Fin 'I'I
I U ? r i. I i': > din I t.s in Stal'''''. >" I
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inve.-tment need- -
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\i-> tin' ...rrer. Ea>>) tu esi.nind I i XOTIfK OF .'''.'..1\1'10' FOR
__ BOYSSHIRTS I .- j I 1 lniMiiess. full TAX MFF.IIll :
) .u', Write Mr. C. K.i .ui>e Hill :>o. 1'S1 .
i .. I.. |1"U :0.1. The J. K \\ alI XOTIl'E IS HEREPV<<; \ KX. tintJeorge
i I, M. "riphis' !. Tenn. Hi ( Ooodwme the holder if 'he
: following certificateu has- filed ..:-..udcertifiiatts
,
deed to !I. issued -
J."I.| ii\T: : -Two liedroom unfurn- for a tax
-li'i'} i .11-1 clean, newly dec.j :- thereon. The certificate numbers -
____ :' '! ,,,,,(..rtahlt.. Rental yeasr and year of isKuaix e. the dc.scription -
A A .!. I.aml-i aped grounds and of the property and the
Ki di i -in. Call 297-J.! Mr. W. names in which it was as.-t-s-ed .,1'"

[ 1 2 Limit89c C :I.- 'Tt Kn] Alton and Lafayettte UPi as Certificate follows: So. JS!

Year ..f Issuance 1952Description !
I Value ',. i: \I.I I"I! ;\: IEX"H! BANO SAW of Property: 81: of f:1I K'i
!. "i' ni'tti.r. $3Z.: ;;.. 0. l'nit of SW. of XW'A, Sec IT. T. C
c i'hn:2.::: :>. 3-hg I S. R. tt E.
S Xanie in which awssfd: Annie
Quality I Godwin.
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(I. >! i KK.VT: :;: -Five room house, 4''I{ All of amid property being in the
; :. ;N'c.rth: nf Starke. Partly County of Bradford. State of Florida.
!I.i -lit-d ..i unfllrni&.hrd. 111'''. O. I Unless such certificate or rerti'ficateo -
_. I. I in I \\ n, 'lit. 2. C'ox 53, Starke. .shall lie redeemed according
2tp 9lfll'i .I to the law the property described in
,st'rh certificate or certificates will
BASEBALL It l f .: .- \ iiju': ... bead Singer SewK -, >be sold t.) the highest bidder at the
f. ,.a' Innf- $2:>; upright sewing; ourt house door on the first Moti.dav -
'i' ,- "< 'ii ll-i i 12 ga .shut gun sin-, in month of October ISFII. wlin-b
L ,. (J", 2.' ifir single new $10;; .i- Tb.4 drtof October, !S54II Ii
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d j.; i ,'hh! 1,1.; ;., anil l I Fitted tl.i-s, I day of September.r.4. ,.
CAPSC )Jt' r. n: tj.h| ;, 31] ">: -t-fl bi-diii plow I .
J- -;,t' :iii- i ,un!1' -ti.\, $1. m>-t:>'1 ,I'FL'W1.; ; I, :SKAL: (r-harles flarby'I
.. v > ii i t'"i '. i'ii. \\ I: ('I.., k ..f Circuit Court of Brad- ,
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