Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Hospital Corp. to Award Contract Soon


Will\ Issue Certificates., for $20.000 RD C UNTY TEtE Single 1OCCopy

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Charles Hardy president of the i but it reduced its bid by omittingsuch Official County Publication Established In 1879
Bradford County Hospital Corporation i items as screened porches

said that the contract for |covered walkway, air conditioning -----"---- I II
the construction of the new 25-bed I of the outside rooms, paving and VOLUME: : SEVENTY-SIX STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY OCTOBER 1, 1954 NUMBER TWELVE

hospital will be awarded withina I curbing, automatic controls on -

corporation few days.will Hardy make said up the the certain stituting sterilizers asphalt tile and for by plastic sub- Garden Club Plans i: Tornadoes Will Be Underdog:' Zoning Board Commissioners DiscussCounty's

$20,000 that it is short for its ,tile and a cooling tower for a ,

share Hardy in the said hospital's the cost.corporation I well Mrs.and J.pump.R. Kite, treasurer of the I Cemetery Working!! Resources \With StudentsStarke's

agreed to raise the additional corporation, made a trip to Tallahassee In Game At Palatka Tonight
this week to discuss the
$20.000 through the sale of revenue ,
certificates. The A. S. Aloe possibility of the State Improve- For Next Week i I Zoning Committee took l Sr.I chairman of the zoning com-

Equipment Company of St. Louis, ment Commission assisting the Bradford High's Tornadoes are Godwin, fullback. its first big step towards provid Imittee; Cliff Hazen and S. G.

Mo., has agreed to purchase the hospital in restoring some of the proving good "mudders" this sea- Starke was held scoreless duringthe ing the city with a planned future Denmark, members of the zoning

certificates, but no interest rate items slated to be omitted. An old-fashioned cemetery son as they won their second first quarter of last week's this week by discussing Bradford committee; L. L. Renfroe and

has been established on them to The deadline for awarding the "working" is scheduled for next straight victory in their second game, but Charles Kirkland sped County's past and present resources Mrs. Jessie Chastain
date. contract is Oct. 9, or 30 days from Thursday at the Crosby Lake straight rain storm last week by over the goal from four yards out with a group of Universityof county commissioners

( the day that the bids were opened. the trampling St. Leo 25.0The in the second quarter to put the Florida students and the Board ; and George T. Hug-
Apparent low bidder on the Cemetery as first step to restore
i The hospital corporation had expected some of the cemetery's Tornadoes have their work [Tornadoes in the lead. Kirkland of County Commissioners.The |gins, county agent.

construction of the hospital was II the hospital to cost about natufal beauty cut out for them this week as they wet up .the touchdown with a 35- students were seeking an- Some of the major points
Mulbry, Inc. of New Smyrna conference competition yard around left end. Thehalf about the county's
$323,000, but the Mulbry Inc. bid The Starke Garden Club is begin [ spurt swers develop- j brought out in the discussion
Beach with 344563. The [.was the lowest of 13 bids by con- sponsoring the "working" with I against a tough Palatka team tonight ended wth the score: StarkeSt ment and economy in an effort to the were
com-I at Palatka. Palatka shut 6. Leo 0.Starke's better understand the problems ot following problems facing thecounty's
pany's basic bid was $ .struction companies. the aid of the City of Starke. The ,
out Starke 19-0 last and has 1 Starke. farmers: 1)) The
City Council had asked the club year offense began rolling in They are making a study. coun
I to set a date for the working, made a habit of spoiling Brad 'the second half, aided by a defense of Starke as part of their course ty's strawberry crop has been

Large Parade Monday Begins Starke'sObservance and the city's two mowers will be ford High's early season record. 'that held St. Leo to a minus 13 in community planning under the suffering from diseases for the --
Coach Hobbs named the follow- and T. William Patterson past few
dispatched to the cemetery on the yards, the Tornadoes scored direction of Prof. seasons thus severely
I ing starting line-up for tonight'sgame more touchowns. 1 1ae of the Department of Archi- curtailing the farmer's
preceding day.
Of Fire Prevention Week"Fire : James Harrell left end;! Starke's limited air attack tecture. "cash" crop. major
Mrs. M. F. Hazen, president of
interested i Jimmy Weldon, left tackle; Gary [proved effective, and QuarterbackDeWayne 'i. Representing the community at 2)) The size of the
the Garden Club, urges all AW local farms
Garner left guard; Harold Beas- [ Elder hit for two touch- --- the discussion were A. J. Thomas
Prevention Week" will be: Club, JayCees Camp Blanding, and persons to make plans to l ley, center; Kenneth Elder, right downs on the two passes he com- ---- -- limits the farmer in his utiliza
touched off with large 22Uoatparade Bradford school bus. participate in the "working". She tackle -- tion of his land. The
a a County guard; Edwin Johns, right ; pleted. Starke's second score came --- average
Monday in which various I The parade will begin by the said that persons' who can not..Townsend Strickland, right end,' when Elder hit end Randall Davis : ---. -.. Mayor WainwrightProclaims farmer(j cannot make ends meet by

organizations and businesses in, sounding of the fire siren at 2 p. attend themselves could Stlp by 'I.DeWayne Elder, quarterback, Sid- In the end-zone with a 10-yard -- .. I turning his farm to cattle raising

Starke will advertise the cause ol I 1m.' Monday and will move from sending a yard man or by sending I i|ney Jackson, left half; Charles I Pass. Starke topped off its scoring u. or pine trees.
The week will run Bradford School down contributions towards hiring men Harold with \ 3)) The small
fire prevention. I High Kirkland, right half; and a 72-yard pass from I --- City farmer cannot en
from Oct. 3 to Oct. 9. Temple Ave. to Call St., along to the Bradford County Telegraphor Elder to Sidney Jackson. DeWayne Elder found receivers', large his farm by buying more
Siemer who was Call St. to St. City Clerk's office. | 1 Halfback Clifford 1 nd since he
Rev. Jack appointed Thompson up Martin sandwiched for two touchdown passes againstSt. I cannot compete with
by Starke's volunteer fire: Thompson St. to Jefferson St., and The City road crew, Garden a nine-yard touchdown run Leo last week. 'CleanUpVeek'\ law prices offered by large pulp
department to plan activities, said: along Jefferson to Temple Ave. Club members, and other partici- t' in between the two passing playsto ood concerns.

the slogan for the week will be: where it will break up. pants will assemble at the Ceme- give Starke its third touch- Jones, minus 1 in two tries; 4) Insects and disease

"Let's Grow Up, Not Burn Up!" Aloud speaker mounted on a car tery Thursday to rake up the down early in the fourth quarter. Harold Godwin, 38 in five tries; I the increase in the county, are on

Siemer said the following or will carry the fire prevention message weeds that the mowers have cut | \Martin proved to be a consistant Glen Reddish, minus 1 in three Mayor J. Wainwright issueda need for spraying has and the

ganizations have agreed to take: to all parts of the city during carry off trash, and make other I 1 ground gainer for the Tornadoes tries; and LaMar Shaw, two in proclamation this week declaring the cost of farming. increased

part in the parade: BHS band, the week. improvements in the cemetery's |during the second half. five tries. next week as "Clean-Up Week"in 5)) Local
Volunteer Fire Department, Hum, I appearance. 0 1 ; The Tornado's longest scoring STATISTICS Starke. :Mayor Wainwrightchose tern have a prob
Rep. Doyle Conner sponsored in
phreys Gold Corp., Hercules Pow I I E play of the year climaxed Starke's BHS St.Leo the week to coincide with It the marketing their produce.
.by the Bradford Bradford
der Co., Starke National Guard, County JayCees, scoring plays. Starke had been First downs 8 3 "Fire Prevention Week" since both County crops
Big Dad Manufacturing Co., Florida : will speak at Bradford High Wed- j Post 56 Nears 'penalized 15 yards back to their I net yds. rushing 1722 campaigns have many of the same as happen crops to mature in at the same time
Power and Light, Farm Home: nesday afternoon on the subject own 26-yard line. Elder chose along Net yds. passing 82 15 goals. Florida or
&: Auto Supply, Slade Gas, Winkler -, of fire prevention. Kire Chief D. j Half-Way MarkIn pass play and tossed the ball 1 Total yds. 254 6 Mayor Wainwright urges all Georgia, the buyers are attracted

Electric, Alvarez Men's Siore, W. Carpenter will be guest speaker I tc Jackson who was on the 40- Passes attempted 7 7 home and business owners to do I away from Bradford County to the

Florida Road Patrol American, at the JayCees' meeting Thursi i Member DriveA yard line. Jackson bulldozed the Passes completed 2 2 their share in straightening up (larger 6) markets.

Legion, Soil Conservation Service .I day night. Chief Carpenter Will'' remaining 6Oyardsithout the aid Passes intercepted 1 0 i and beautifying their premises.He ) The county's growing woodlands -

Broadway Truck Stop, Hardy discuss several of Starke's prob-l j large attendance at the American of blockers. He knocked downtwo Punts 1 61 pointed out that trash, weeds, need county-wide fire pro

Bros. Motor Co., Torode Chevrolet,,'I lems of fire fighting and Legion Tuesday passed on men on his way to the St. Avg. dist. punts 31 and other unsightly materials tection.
Goodman's Service Station. BP\V tion with the Jaycees. pre\.en-I several changes to the organiza-I Leo goal. Elder converted for Yds. punt returns 49 0 were a definite fire hazard. On the brighter side, Hugginssaid
tion's by-laws, heard Coach James Starke's only extra point. Kickoffs 5 1 that the University Experiment
Hobbs tell of Bradford High's } t Individual yards from scrimmage 'I Station is vitally concerned
|Avg. dist. kickoffs 36 20
Drinking Rubbing City Police Clamp chances against Palatka and then : Bradford High: Stanley Yds. kickoff returns 11 471 No. One Claims [with Bradford County's problems.

( saw a movie of the AuburnTexasgame. {Clark, three in one try; Jackson Fumbles i He said the University's scientists
Alcohol Leads Man Down On DriversStarke's Jimmy Weldon, 173-pound tackle 0 3 I
nine in four tries Kirkland SteerIn were
I (! ; 421 IisaIx Fumbles lost 0 2 i Runaway working on the ailing straw-
To Jail SentenceCliff has been one of Bradford High'outstanding tries; Elder, 30 in four tries berry plants.
city police are clamp) Commander Cliff Currie announced I ; Penalties 6t 1 'i They have also
ing down on reckless driving in I that the membership drive linemen > Martin 50 in seven tries; Tracy Yds. lost penalties 70 9.;.: Gainesville found that local farms can produce
Morton of Stuart will havE.Ix more with the addition
has almost reached the half-way of lime to
the city, Police Chief W. E. Thorn I
months in jail to meditate or l ton said\ (hi* week following May- .1 mark in its goal of 314 members I Two Lawtey Men WRUF Director !County Farm Bureau Cattle are bringing a low the soil.

the dangers of drinking rubbing: or's Court. Mayor J. R. Wain-1 for this year. He urged thoseLegionnaires ;, Speaks At Rotary 'To Have II enough price nowadays, but no Huggins added that new crops
; Meeting smatter as beans >Li
Killed ,
who have been mailed soy may permit
alcohol. He was arrested last wee k: Wright i collected $240 from 10 how low they get, at least
'traffic violators the court new membership cards to sendtheir :5 ajr Garland Powell I i farmers to make year-round utilization
on charges of voluntary intoxica [ during I directorof J. R. Kelly, president of the someone usually claims ownership.
ties and assault and battery following for one week's cases. (1 year's dues of $3 as soon as Futch and James Everett the radio station WRUF and a Bradford County Farm Bureau But in this case, Lum Starlingis I of their land.
A. J.
Thomas Sr.
a bout with the alcoho I Chief Thornton stressed thatthe possible. Loadholtz, both of Lawtey were 1 1 past District Governor of Rotary, states that there will not be 2 saying to the market at Gainesville explained to

bottle that made him "crazy, police are especially on the I I Arch Thomas Jr. introduced I unofficially reported killed early was guest speaker at the Wednesday meeting today (Friday) as scheduled : "That was your steer", and the group that Starke needed more
payrolls to bolster its
drunk. During his drunken stupo rj alert for traffic violations near several cbng;3Gjthe Post 56 [Thursday morning on their way to I meeting of the Starke: Rotary but that called the market is saying, politely, butfirmly economy.
a meetingwill
he beat up an aunt with whom hi Starke's, public schools. (by-laws that :'WertTpUsed: duringthe work in Lake City. :Club.Maj. be held in October for the "No, Mr. Starling, that He said the town has a surplus of
meeting. Many of the changes Powell was not steer, it !" common and semiskilled labor
was living. I Four other occupants in the car discussed the purpose of electing officers for our was yours I
Morton brought the by-laws more in v line Rotary Fellowship Foundation How come all this? and that Starke's citizens are
pleaded guilty to the in Vote were described as injured. They the coming year.IAbsentee .
Registration with the current practices and Fund It that when Lum favorable to industry and are
and the Student seems Starling
toxication charge when he appeared were R. W. Moseley, Steve Start Loan Fundof
before County Judgi; Will End TomorrowTomorroy goals of the post.Commander ing Jr., Buster Bennett, and which he is director. who lives in the Heilbronn I ready to make concessions to get

Theron A. Yawn, but he could remember Currie also named Harold Starling, all of Lawtey. Ballots section, took a load of cows to it

nothing about strikin (Saturday) is the several committee chairmen for In a phone call to friends, Ben Judge Patten Will I Ready For Election market recently, he really made The group discussed the following -
I work on the Legion's fair that sure the critters couldn't out concerns that have high local
last to for this fall'sgeneral get
his aunt or taking $20 from her I nett said that the car was in Preside
election, Mrs. Marian [I will be held in Starke on Nov. 1 volved in a head-on collision witha i I In 5th Circuit City Clerk Carl Johns said that of his truck. He got them unload- employment: Humphreys GoldCorporation's
Judge Yawn sentenced him ti 1 through Nov. 6. i I ed all and two mines; Big Dad
right, sighed with
Crosby, supervisor of Registrationwarned truck. He said that Moseleyhad Circuit Judge George L. Patten voters who will not be in Starkefor relief
one month in jail on the intoxica- G. J. I when the gate slammed shut Manufacturing Co., Bradford
McGriff Jr.
I this week. Herb Thomas, a broken leg and was was named last week by Acting the Oct. 26 run-off election
tion charge and six months th and Ed O'Hara I II at the market, for he knew how Furniture Company, Hercules
on Mrs. Crosby also urged voters sidered the most seriously injured. Charley E. Johns to site Ewell Lawson and W. H.
assault and battery charge. bu ,who will be out of town on election I from the post fob their work during No details of the accident e..1 I as judge of the Fifth Judicial Cir (Bill) Noegel can receive an absentee wild and hard-headed Brahman- Powder Company Camp BlandingMaintenanC'e

the two sentences will run con. day to apply for absentee I Legion junior baseball this available at The Telegraph's I cuit at Ocala for two weeks start- ballot at City Hall begin cross cattle can be. [ shops, Florida State
_.... press But when his load was in the Prison Farm Cecil Field, and
.A.A. .... 1'-n 1IA'n... summer October 3, because
u. .J \ua.uu. I time. ing of the illness ir'ng tomorrow (Saturday) until
I outer pen, ready for tagging and Green Cove Springs Naval Base.
1 of one of the circuit judges. ..5 p.m. Wednesday. Oct. 20.
I weighing, and Lum was holding Starke's many motels were also(
__ one of the gates, one of his gre, discussed as a large financial con

I yearling steers, lunged throughthe tributor.

gate and bolted to freedom. I

Anyone who has ever chased a

steer with just one drop of Bra- !Lawtey Council
"q 'ham blood in it, knows how fast
4 Seeks
and far those long-legged and jet I j Clarification

propelled critters can run. Marketmen :On New Deputy

and Lum were in hot pursut, I i
twirling ropes after the steer A
i rewspaper's business is reporting
which headed for up-town Gainesville : -
T the news.
% wild-eyed blowing, and chasms I It was news last week when
innocent bystanders to the
;Sheriff P. D. Reddish
safety of nearby stores. appointV
I jwinton
Parrish as deputy for the
F ,. Near a school. the frantic anImal
T f northern part of the county.Parrish's .
I F '
ran smack-dab into a Me: I
r cury automobile, and shortly afterward appointment came as
the pursuers caught and :the result of a petition by a group
;iof citizens
shot it.And living along Highway

I BRADFORD'S MYSTERIOUS SINK HOLE IS SCENIC TREATprovide Who is now going the to$64 pay question for the is: \County 301 presented CommissJoners to the Board recently of

I damages to the car? tasking I for a deputy sheriff, and

i Lum says "Not me Once that :specifying Dick Thomas to accompany -

Bradford County's chief claim to hole. i face in some places. This miniature the only break in the steer was safely in the pens it the school bus along the
surrounding -
scenic fame the spectacularSink The Bradford County snk: holeis "Grand Canyon"inds west- i stillness. x became the responsibility of the 'highway.

Hole just off State Road 18 over a hundred years old. at ward around the sink toward the x zsAi market. and any damage it caused I j i The Commissioners turned the
between Graham and Brooker -)least, for it was in evidence during rise i In an article written for the matter over to the
[ of the creek In the Cla>no later is their worry! I(I Sheriff, ando
can now be seen to better advan- !the Seminole Indian War and old j I Telegraph some years ago the Market officials say: "Oh, n i i he appointed Parrish to accompany

tage than at any time in recent timers used to tell of a fight between area.Water at the mouth of the !ate H. E. Lagergren said: ". s# If that steer had been weighed and i,. the school bus and to crrve

years. ( Indians and whites taking creek spills into the sink over a if you want to treat yourself toa tagged then he would have been j i as full time deputy sheriff as

Due to the exceptionally dry real-ly I limestone ledge making small feast jof horrors, go there ont our responsibility, but as it was, 1 well
summer the water level in this,I|I waterfall when the water in the: foggy morning when the vapor he still belonged to Mr. Starling]!" 4 I Sheriff Reddish said that he
strange pock on the face of Mother three Indians fell into the sink hides the The question has the
) sink is as low as it is at water below and might not been derided ioffered job to Dick Thomas,
Earth is at the lowest point with I during the skirmish and were later At other times there is present.water- i he imagined as smoke from a 7Y t i : yet, and Lum doesn't know |i but that his appointment was not

in memory of any person now lir-i' found floating in the Gulf of fall because the water in no the sink i. smouldering volcano. Throw downa jet whether he will have to "eat i i i approved by the Lawtey City

ing. A dizzying drop of mor:!Mexico near Deadman's Bay! I rises until it is level with the table- i piece of rock and there will be his words", but in any event, hew 'Council: since Thomas is now

than 80 feet confronts the viewer' The Sink Hole is about 200 j lock at the mouth of the creek. I 1 I f. glimmer as of hot lava when it l have to eat the steer, and I serving as Town Marshall.
the run of the sink
who stands on feet in strikes the water. for his sake, we hope it will be Thomas said
diameter and the walls for I Shudderingly that he was not
and looks down to the water far i the most part are sheer perpendicular j, Indeed, in extremely wet times i f. you retreat a few steps. If you go 1. H. L. Gatlin (small figure standing on edge of precipice) tender. ([offered the job, and the City
below.If there "isn't any sink" at least there view sink hole from east side One misstep this close to the rim t ([Council
drops to the water's edge. I on a night when the full of Lawtey say they did
the Bradford County courts On the west side several cave-ins it isn'tisible to the eye.: Floodwaters moon is reflected in the water would send the spectator plunging into water 80 feet below. !I!Post Office Seeks ,not block his appointment in official -
house could be floated on a bargeon flowing into the sink dur-
over the years have given the far below, you have the uncanny I 2. mouth of creek that action.
the surface of the water the ing a prolonged rainy period have Interesting flew from opposite side shows j Mail Messenger
wall a more gradual slope, but still feeling of looking up instead of I I Since no one wanted to be in
flows into Sink into the
Hole Water spills I
of its steeple would hit several I been known to completely fill up through a deep gorge.
tip down, and don't know whether the
too steep for to climb you position of having it
feet below the top edge of the a person the immense hole and overflow into i i, Sink over a limestone ledge (lower center). I ISo J The Postal Transportation Service appear
down to the water's edge. The yOU are standing on your feet orj i I :that he was not anxious and willing -
sink. From time to time surveyorsand I story is told of a group of men the surrounding woods.If I your head." l An idea of the scenic value of the Sink Hole is given by this] has announced that it i is accepting ; to do everything in his power

amateur geologists have at- it weren't for this variabilityin I view, looking west through the walls of creek ratine. The various bids for carrying the mails]
of the(cutting timber near the rim of theo I So far as anyone knows no one between protect the school children,
hole tempted to the plumb water's the depth surface- (kink on the west side, not so many the water level the Sink Hole has ever drowned in the Sink Hole, I strata of rock in the steep walls make an interesting background fornath.e A. L. the railway Post depot Office according and theS. {.both Thomas and the City Council

form Years left )i unless it the three trees and shrubs. jof Lawtey have asked for this
far without success. The bottohas mend ago. They overnight could doubtless Se developed into j was legendary I to Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr.
never been reached. when they returned the next an outstanding tourist attraction. [Indians. There is a report that a II 4. Mewed from the west side the dark waters of the Sink Hole] At the present time this Mail clarification.

reckon time, the \Corning the entire area whereey Many widely advertised spots)i I horse and buggy went over the rim take on a mysterious, forboding look. The white sand bar at left] Messenger is required to make
As geologists $ had been cutting had drop- have much less to offer in the I[i one day but fortunately on one of three I
Sink Hole is comparatively young, way has been formed through the years by sand washed down by the round trips daily and two
meaning that it could be anywhere flpd into the water. The dirt dump- of scenery than the old Sink when I I the more sloping sides, and it I creek from surrounding high lands. and one half trips on Sunday. .II I No Scratch Feed -

150 to 1,500 years old. Limestone ef by this enormous landslide the water level is as low as it is I.I lodged against the trunk of a tree I Much of the mail formerly carried

from sinks such as this. Are form I nike the depth of the water along now. The sides of the great bowl 1 with no damage to the driver. j by rail is now handled by Star. -. No MoonshineSign

ed by water perculating throughthe that side less than elsewhere. have an awesome beauty covered I(i Cattle and goats have fallen in on the Brooker road (Highway IS) j right you will see a hardwood+I Route contractors, and the Postal

rock, gradually dissolving it The t most spectacular scenic ef- as they are with native trees, I',rumerous occasions and drowned through Graham. About half a J grove, in contrast with the surrounding Service is asking for bids to reduce merchant of the times: A local
until an underground cave is form test is on the east side of the vines, and flowers. sprouting from,;and once the county went so far as : the cost in comparison withthe I reports sales of com
ed. When the cave becomes largeenough siik where a creek flows into thee a soil of many colors. The drip of to fence this "attractive nuisance." mile beyond the Tyler Jones place I' flat pine woods. Turn reduction of service required. scratch feed falling off.

and close enough to th hole through a deep and winding the water over the ledge and the l Remnants of the old fence are still turn right on graded road at the into the parking area in the grovei McGriff said he has the necessary Sheriff P. D. Beidish ioterperts

surface, the overlaying earth dropsIn gorge that has been cut out to a moisture seeping into the sink discernible. :old Hough place and go about i and you'll see the S'Tk Hole yawning forms and additional information i; this as a slackening off of

and presto there's your sink I depth of 40 feet below the sur- through the limestone rock walls :I, To visit the Sink Hole take i three-quarters of a mile. On your' in front of you. i for persons interested in I illicit moonshine production.

:bidding for the contract.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOLDEST .last week. I l ist Sunday. 'Sunday night with 3,Ir. and Mrs. [to Gainesville Monday.

LEVEL ; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Batten and| William Kirkland. of Fitzgerald. Bishop Thomas at .rooker.: We are glad to report that
FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD I daughter, Linda, and J. R. Batten, '(C la. spent Sunday and Monday Mrs Bernice Thou las. Mrs. BiGrandma Johnson is much un-
I !all of Starke, were evening dinner 'with Mr. and Mrs W C Conner shop Thomas and nother. Mrs proved alter a recent iliness.ANNUAL .
matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida, under by Mrs. II. !M. McRaeLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA,
Published every Friday and entered as second class I guests of the A. J. Fenders Tuesj' j .. .. ., J
the Aet of March 3, 1879. I 'day night of last week. ;, ;.. --- -- -; ..--,--.-'""..QIc; --,,---.,-_->---_--1.. ..<-jJ"-..-_Ie '$,.;-; -.-- $_ .- .-. _.- ___ _'

ASSOCIATION Rev.*\\'. E. Hall filled his !i Misses Gerta Faye Thornton and
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -- ;1 lar appointment at the Pine Level :|Pansy Johnson of Water Oak sec- L HARVEST SALE !
Baptist Church Sunday morningand :tion were dinner guests of Mr
Police Needed I and Mrs. V. E. Thornton Sunday. !
Better Means Of Contacting evening with a large attend-
ance. There were more than two I j! Earl and Coye Alvarez and Son- j j \ ...."....""-

A recent incident brings to mind a serious for the police car back in April. They asked!hundred in the Sunday School 1 ny and Strickland Florida football attended game the at Ga.At- j I'
in Mayor J. R. Wainwright to investigate the classes.
problem which has long been neglected lanta last Saturday. II |
Starke. It illustrates: how ineffective a police possibilities of the city using Sheriff P. D. We were glad to have with us I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mynck
Reddish's radio facilities. ,at church Sunday Mr. and Mrs. :::::;.
force can be when no adequate means are I and children Kathy amj Billy ofi ::::::
Sheriff Reddish agreed to let the city use Martin Oliver, of Plant City, and =
provided for the townspeople to communicate i Starke, were visiting the, H. :MMcRae's .
they would place a man other old friends. Also glad to
with it. his system Monday night. -
have Mrs. Nita Dobbs, wife of ====
the radio.
A young man was discovered trying to on the "night shift" operation I Mr. and :Mrs. A. J. Fender and
Rev. Alton Dobbs. who has beenill
cut his way through a screen into the Frank He said his office would operate the radio and spent several days in the I 1 children, Geraldine and James and I

Landrum house late at night. Mrs. Landrum from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m., and the city could hospital.Mr. \Miss Shirley McRae were dinner

called for the police but she got no answer. provide an operator from 9 p.m. until 7 a.m. and Mrs. Robert Starlingand /guests of the H. M. McRae's Sun- -/ e. Rro.EB
and Mayor Wainwright made his report to the iday. %;
out patrolling,
They were apparently children, and Mrs. Start y's.
Council, and they instructed him to see | A. J. Fender and H. M. McRae f /
their phone was untended. City mother Mrs. Viola Cheshire, were l.lllfllfll -
to find out if they could. \visited Vergil Owen in the hospitalat --
Fortunately the intruder fled upon being the Sheriff once more visiting relatives at Maxville Sun-;
detected. If he had forced his way into the use the service just during the "day shift" day afternoon. / Starke Sunday afternoon. |I Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good; Thru Sat Oct. 2
this Rev. and Mrs. Hall, Mr. and Mrs.
house, the Landrum household would have hours. Sheriff Reddish objected to Arley McRae and Floyd Grider j Martin Oliver, and Mr. and Mrs Maxwell House Vac PackCOFFEE
had to deal with him as best they could. proposal, and the matter was apparently lof U. of F. at G" --sville were .Eston Brown enjoyed: having lunch

They could expect no immediate aid from dropped.It visiting Arley's pa' 'ts, :Mr.: and ,(together at the Guidon Grill at Lb Can
the police, because the police were unnotified. was revived again temporarily this week Mrs. J. W. :McRae Sunday after- Starke Sunday. F 99CAll

Mrs. Landrum got in touch with the police when Mayor Wainwright heard a rumor thata noon. Rev. and Mrs. Hall were visiting

the next morning by personally contactingone taxi company was going out of businessand Glad to see Er.t Sullivan at their son-in-law and daughter.

of them on the street almost eight hours had two-way radios for sale. This rumor church after seveiil days illness. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee at Popular Brands
the incident occurred. This woefully proved to be false, and the matter is in Mrs. Alma Starling was a little Hilliard last week.
of being dropped again. surprised last Friday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and Tall Cans
of contact between police danger
inadequate and townspeople seems badly outdated in But the problem still exists. What goodis when her son W. B. Starling who Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and EV E A P MILK I L 3 37C
works in
the light of modern police methods. a policeman if he's not there when you Jacksonville, came in daughter. Rita attended the Lewis .
bringing a large suitcase and his
Mrs. Landrum's call could have brought need him? As in the Landrum case, we'vebeen bride. W. B. handed his mother a TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS, I

immediate response if it were answered by a lucky so far; but we can't expect to piece of paper which proved to be S rings. $1.50. Bradford County Tel Armour StarCORNED

policeman who relayed the message by radioto stretch our luck indefinitely. Every un- the marriage certificate. His brideis egraph. i

the patrolling car. Within a minute the answered ring of the police station phone the former Patrica Steeley, oi J2-ozCon

police could be on the scene and would prob- may be a prelude to some violent crime. Jacksonville. She was made wel- ALL TYPES OF BEEF 39C

ably catch the culprit somewhere in the An up-to-date police force is no luxury in come by the Starling family. '
neighborhood.As these days of a rising crime rate. Even a Other visitors of Mrs. Starling'swere '; PEST CONTROL

it stands, it was not a minute but minor crime. if the culprit goes undetected. her children Mr. and Mrs Crack GoodSALTINES
arrest. only leads to bolder and bolder action upon the V. L. Starting of Lawtey. Mr. and I TERMITES
eight hours; and there was no
another unsolved, -complaint. No wonder part of the criminal.It's Mrs. Warren Starling of New Riv- Household Commercial Large Box
er, and Mr. and Mrs. Nettles S L E S 19C
some of Starke's citizens feel virtually unprotected time for a decision. Are we going to Grady GROVE SPRAYING
and of
family Jacksonville,
protection ready on '
have city-wide police
in spite of a seven-man police and Mrs. John Call for estimate
call? Or must we go on feeling safe only Spencer.Mr.

force.The' .City Council began exploring the possibilities when in "hollering" distance of the nearest visiting. and friends Mrs. B. M.in McRae Gainesville wen.: Florida Pest Control Homogenized

of adopting a two-way radio system policeman? Sunday afternoon.Mr. & Chemical Co. Lb Can

and Mrs. Earl Goodman oi f 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6035 SPRY SHORTENING 3 19C
,yyy,7VYVVYVvvyyvyyyym Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and a i i success. Mrs. Perkins and Mrs Starke and sister, Thelma, ol f Gainesville, Fla.
1 Mrs. H. W. Baker and family. I:Sullivan; will serve refreshments. Columbus, Ga., were visiting th.
HAMPTONby Miss Annie Brown of Starke I There were 68 of our pupils and

spent the weekend with her fathers''our teachers in church and Sunday '" n.l'jJ' r-J., r.' 1't.\I, .J.1tJ. .' \I J f'f' \ Southern Choice
Loren Brown. i school last Sunday. r 1 I
I V r u '
Mrs. T. J. Alderman was a' Mary and Willie Mae Davis; 32-oz Jar
business caller in Starke Monday I;visited their brother at Columbia, enjoySVPERCOOL SALAD DRESSING 33C

Jioming. 'South Carolina over the weekend:
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams of i\ A
\ James Thomas was in Jackson
Tampa spent the weekend with I Chester Searl of Crystal Lake ,vile last Thursday.All .
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. called on his grandparents. the DW1Vi4 ., Hill Top
of our teachers attended th :;
Horne. Mrs. Williams remained W. W. Hammond's, Monday eve I
'teachers meeting in Jasper 01Mondav n I No. 21/2 Can C
to for an extended visit. WEEKEND
ning.Mrs.. DESSERT! PEACHES 21 1
Mrs. Robert Cox gave a surprise Mamie Meade has returned I r .
birthday party honoring her I from a visit with her daughter I 44450 ,
husband on Tuesday evening of I and family Mrs. Hicks of Bruns- ONLY p per erson

last week at the City Hall. Twenty I wick, Ga. I FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S Iii double acINCLUDES Corn-Fed, Rib End PORK
four guests were present. Mrs. Earl Matchett visited in Gainesville ,
Cox was assisted by Miss Vonciel I on Saturday. : Lb
Kelly of Starke and M-s. Don- I. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen. Room Friday S Saturday Nights
nie Hugh Crawford, Miss Norma I I Mrs. Layfield and Mrs. Minnie I FRIGIDAIREMade .. Full Course Breakfast & Dinner on Saturday L

Sweeney of Gainesville had charge J Marcionny shopped in Starke Saturday only by General Full .Course Europtall Breakfast Plan AvoJoW on Sunday
of the games which were won by morning. j Motors l Center
I I Corp. other Excellent Cuisine Golf Come !
Mr. and Mrs. Rome Spacious Rooms
Andrews i Electric Refrigerators I
I are
Cox received many nice were business callers in Starke Pools Cabanas Private Beach Lb
made by other companiesand 2 Private
and useful gifts. (I i Thursday morning. | PORK CHOPS 49C
cannot use the word .
Cocktail lounge Dancing
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Baker and 1 H. W. Baker is on the sick list. 'i iI Putting Green Intimate

children and Mrs. W.Y.. Hammond I Mrs. W. H. Maxwell, spent several -; Frigidaire. Planned Entertainment Fisherman's Paradise.

spent Tuesday afternoon days last week with her .
I I For Reservationswrite Swanson Gr. A Frozen
daughter. Mrs. A. M. Burris, Want A ,
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tullisat 'rA
Keystone Heights.Mrs. I'(I family of Jacksonville. | .r wire Rush Stroyer,Gen.Mgi. .r+ 2 1-4 Lbs

T. J. Alderman and sons Guests of :Mr. and Mrs. L. A '' ? ? CUTUP I FRYERS! 99C
Wynn out on Hampton Lake
T. J. were THEN SEE
and Billy, spent the weekend -:I ,
Ed Pinholster. Mrs. Mannie CJej
with her sister Mrs. Weath- I j CRAIG HOTEl
mons Mrs. Anna Alexander, Mrs. [
ersby, at Branford. I I I II E. H. SMITHTenth ,
'I Robert Rigg and daughter Dot, j fondOlltCUY Hickory Sweet
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas a Rza
land little son, all of Jacksonville, J
and son James, were business I Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan and I II and Temple Ave. (ON THE "WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS BEACH" [ Lb
callers in Jacksonville !I SLICED BACON
R. c. and Thursday.Mrs. ,,family of Gainesville. Mr. and Starke, Fla. DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA
Gray girls of Mrs. J. P. Hazen and family Ocala: I
Jacksonville visited friends here ,Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Miller, Tavares oJ .

Tuesday morning. |L. J. Wynn. of Hampton also Mrs. Large Size JUMBO Melons
"Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Parker have. Silvernail and daughters, Jenny
sold their place on upper Navarre land: Wynn. who have recently ar- HOW MANY JOBS ARE THERE AROUND YOUR Each

St to Mr. and Mrs. Varnes .of rived from Germany and are making i t Y DEW S 59C
Jacksonville. | their home out on Hampton n u n L i
Rev and Mrs. Merle Packhamand 'Lake. HOME THAT YOU CAN
children spent Monday eve- 'SCHOOL! NEWS :
ning with the Raleigh Brannens. I On Wednesday Sept. 22 the U. S. No.1WHITE

r H. Layfield of Gainesville eighth grade held its first class DO YOURSELF ?
I Lbs
spent Sunday with his mother. ''meeting in the library. The following POTATOES 1 0 35CRed
Mrs. M. B. Layfield. who is on class officers were elected:

the sick list. ((President, James Thomas; Vice-

Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Hall and I President, Joe Allen; Secretary. ,

family and friends of Live Oak i I;Dorothy Loper;; Treasurer Dudley|I Ripe 111"1 l t 1 I
visited the K. B. Watterson's
[II Hardy..Three committees were ap- ,
day Rev. Hadll preached here at pointed to carry on the affairs of I Lb Bag
the evening service. I the class. They were the program DELICIOUS APPLES 4 1QCi
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson, I committee the social committee. I

M. and Mrs. Donald McMahon i I and the publicity committee. t
and son Dortnie. visited in Hom- Personalities I .
Eighth -;..- ;;:.:.. ;; : : .. if"" :: .: : '- -
t\.assa and Cedar Keys. I Joe Allen the son of Mr. and ;; : : : : = -- __: J.--' __ :. _

:Mi and Mrs. K. B. Watte%on (Mrs. E. D. Allen was born in.I II B & W Brand FrozenGRAPEFRUIT
wvie 1 business callers in Starke Jacksonville but has lived ')n a

S urday. I I farm near Hampton most of his I I ''l, iL
Mrs T. J. Alderman and Mrs. I,life. He is now 13 years old and
W \\'. Hammond attended P. T.,i has recently been elected vice-
A in Statke Tuesday evening ol president of the eighth grade. Joe
I _
last t week. |has been in Hampton School for .
:Mis Jessie Chastain was a''eight years but is looking forward I
business caller in Jacksonville re I to attending high school in PAY FOR :MATERIALS sON BIG DEAL C

centlyMr. I Starke next year. He is a memberof JUICE
and Mrs. Frank Thomas the First Baptist Church at' :MONTHLY TERMS: Only

visited her grandmother, Mrs.Lirzie ;Hampton and takes an active partin :MATERIALS FOR: '
Hmes. at High Springs on all church activities. He has

Sunday. also attended the Homecoming :two sisters and one brother in .:. .
at the Baptist Church scnool at Hampton. He dislikes :.. "-: : :-" -= __-:.: =*- : : :::::-_: ..:: _': :: _,-.: -: :_.::.-=--" _-:;.: _- m_ '_. .' 1

there I school and likes to stay on the A new Wing: I

Mrs W. H. Maxwell attended an ,farm and work. He plans to be a You can make plenty of home improvements Swift's Ready-to-Cook
aCt ,'dlan recital in Jacksonville tanner when he is grown. Upson Wallboards. Floor.
lay' week at the United Arts S u-I(, At a future date the Hampton ing Paint Wood- yourself, if you are at all handy with simple Pk
aio her granddaughter Miss Diane 'football team will play a gaI1'e' work tools. And with our experienced advice 'ouCAX'T SANDWICH STEAKS 79C

Birvu participated. I with some other elementary school go wrong. Our staff of experts will

Mrs Wallace Collins has re- .in the county. Coach Jack Waters Approx. $20.00 help you plan your job so there's no waste of j

reived an announcement of the I I is getting our team in condition Per Mo: 36 Mos. TIME EFFORT MATERIALS.: .
birth of a granddaughter, Kim-!i for playing. i SUPERBRAND .T.liv-: {'IE \\ I i : ...tar '

bertev daughter Ann.and on son-in-law.Sept. 15:Mr.to and her I i lar The monthly P. T. A.meeting will hold on its Tuesday.Oct. regu-. A :Modern Kitchen: 1 NO CHARGE FOR THIS SERVICE ICE Vz Gal.In .
E eRE E A M 69C
Mt s Hal Sessions of Austin. .. 5 at 3:15.: p. m. in the school Including Cabinets {,
H'tMi Mrs. Sessions will be re- auditorium. All parents are urgedto Our "How-To-Do-It" a.dnce is on the house

mrmbered as Marian tSnJO!.) I attend and make our P. T. A. Flooring Ceiling Tile t You pay for the materials only Temlock . '' .
Jn's Paint. J Sherwin-Williams ;,: :=--.: .::-:: =: :: := : .. '.
of Hampton. I I Ceiling tile. Oak Flooring. --
Mand Mrs. T. C. Chastain Paints. Pre-Decorated Upson Wallboards.
Approx. $10.00 Superbrand Zip-Open Cans
Jt children Sue and Tommy, FILL DIRTGOOD Stop in! Talk over your plans with us. We'll !
Per Mo.. 36 Mos.:
ana Mrs Jessie Chastain
were re- : short.
suggest original ideas and money saving

f m- W dinner C. Rivers'and guests of mother Mr. and of I RICH Insulation: cuts. No obligations. i 0 l LEO E PUFFIN BISCUITS

I ke City. I:i TOP SOILSee J
Mr and Mrs. Wilson May and Enough Tensulate Blanket -

buys of Gainesville visited Mr. insulation i to cover Lbs Cons For

and M-nrue Mrs.Marcionny Horace May on Sunday.Mr and Mrs.. BILL JACKSONJackson the average ceiling.Approx. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY : 1 39C 5 49C j jI

and Mrs. GP.. Smith of $10.00 i

Jacksonville spent .the weekend Transfer Company Per Mo.. 12 Mos. Phone 45 Washington St at S A.L Depot I .. ._ ....._ ... .. -..,__;,,", __ ., t tI
with the C- A. Cox's.Mr '_
Phone 165 room' Starke, Fla. I '-< ':;':"" '= """' ?-- -4F. f
and Mrs. W. W. Hammondand 20' x 21' .
daughter Willow Ruth, were ?- ;----::---:....-= :< :':,'::':;:- -:' :-':.: =----=' : : = -- ---:::=, :.=-'.;.,_.:.---'.- _. .- -.

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OCTOBER 1, 1954 '

!I weekly issued Florida I. Chancery.Kathleen Bradford Coanty, a r id file the original In the office I weeks i i in the Bradford County Teled -
& day, had an accident. His chief yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYYYVVYVVYBROOKER ,I Witness my band and official seal t', Waite, Plaintiff vs. I Mate of Florida of the Clek of the Circuit Court on graph

1 injury was a broken leg. at Starke, Florida this, 22 September William Waite, Defendant. In Probate. or before the 18 day of October. '!' pat ths: 15 day of 8"l't'I.u"r.
19i4.OFFICIAL; Case Xo. 10-S69 In[ re the Estate of Alfonso William 19i 54; otherwise the allegations of' 5954
The Lionesses met last week on Notice To Appear Fledgra. Deceased saTO id Complaint will be taken as'I'
Keystone Heightsby ( SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs William Waite whose resi- I ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Co nfessed by you. (OFF ICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
of Mrs.
Monday at the home I Clerk of said Court Ild..n..e and address is: :241! Catherine Notice is hereby given that Minnie This shall Clerk of the Circuit Court
notice be
bert Altman. Plans were outlined By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Leicester England. L Redgrave has filed her final published once Py1;ar:an L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I By Polly Walt Jr. !Za.'h H. Douglas 505 Lynch Build- are hereby notified that a I report as Executrix of the estate of ea.ch week for four consecutive 9 17 4t H' 5
for the coming year. ing, Jacksonville, Florida. suit for Alfonso William Redgra\e. de-I .
The new restaurant near the IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe! Ai !I \tt\-. for Plf. 9;24 4t 1015 Divorce custody and control of.ceased tion for; that final she!' discharge has filed, her and p that:

Villa Plumosa will be for i minor child she will apply to the Honoraulr
open Brooker Garden Club met oTln OF FLECTIONI
The recently organized Episcopal J. n. Wainwright Mayor of has been filed against you In .h* Theron A. Yawn. County Judge i'
Church in Keystone will be knownas business this .week. in the Community Center Friday ,Starke Florida, by \itrue of the above named Court and cause And Bradford County. Florida on theeleventh
are required to serve a of day of October l' 54. f, i
St. Anne's. They have purchasethe The damage inflicted on the night at 3 o'clock with the president :authority vested in me run-off hy law election do- you your answer or pleading copy to the approval of same and for final ti -,
i hereby special
Boyd house on :Magnolia St. Town Hall several weeks ago by Mrs. Hewlett Anderson pre- to call be held a at the City Hall in complaint on the Plali tiffs charge as Executrix of the estate ot i
William Alfonso
Redgraxe deceased
and will hold Sunday an out-of-control car, has finally siding. the aforesaid city by the qualified Attorney T. Frank Landrum Sth -
services every 1954. :;Marke Florida, on this day of :Septeiubr: : ,
voters Tuesday. October JS,
morning at 8 a. m. with Rev. been repaired and the building A nomuialng committee was I for the on purpose of electing the following and file the original In the office ol ,11954. ,. ,
Minnie L. Redgra\e, Executrix
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i ;
It looks much better. officer
Fred Yerkes painted. : -
conductingservices appointed to slate of the estate of Alfonso William '
present a OXE ALDERMAN FOR TWO TEARS or before the 11 day of Oct. 1954;
The building is being remodeledand Capt. H. J. Eby and Mrs. Eby, .nominations for election of new Inspectors of said election: otherwise the allegations ot said Redgrave, deceased.9/10 4t 1" 1'SBflCE SPECIAL PRICES EXPIRES OCTOBER 10I 1954PUSHBUTTON

improved An Altar Guild has former residents of Keystone Ruth Broadway Complaint will be taken as cenfessd -
officers at the next meeting. Those A. U Crosby, Jr. bV yo.. I
been organized which will meet in I Heights, were guests of Mr. and appointed to this committee were T. T. Long This aotice shall bl published Circuit C* rt.1O Bradford APPEARIn County
the evening of the third Thursday Mrs. Donna last week. They have I Robert G. Green once each week fer four consecutive !I Florida! In Chancery. I
Mrs. Earl Green, Mrs. Ernest Ed- If. c. Brown weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Atchison .
Peggy Swygert Plaintiffs
of* every month. Officers will be just returned from Saltzburgh, I
I* testimony whereof I hereunto graph. .
wards, and Mrs. Frank L. Tomlin- Bennie Lee Swygert.; Jr., Defendant -
chosen next month. Austria, where Capt. Eby was subscribe my name and cause the Dated this 8 day of September Case Xo. 10-67-1
seal of the City to be hereunto affixed 1954. I
Notice To Appear RANGE
Mrs. Harry Schriefer of Bel- stationed. He is now out of the son.Mrs.. this 21st day of September. tOFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby To Bennie Lee Swygert, Jr.,
mont/ N. Y., and Mrs. Maud service and they have gone to T. W. Markey was apPOint-I A.O. 1954.OFt'ICIAL. Clerk of the Circuit Court whose residence and address is- Io I
ed membership chairman. SEAL) By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Green Acres Irmo, South Carolina ,
Scunziano of Brooklyn, N."I. ., !' J. R. WAINWRIGHT, MAYOR 9:10 4t .101 Your are hereby notified that a WITH DelUXE FEATURES
sister and sister-in-law of Mrs. FirstBaptist Church bers are requested to bring a' ATTEST: suit for divorce, custody control _
potted plant to the next Carl Johns, City Clerk. NOTICE TOPPER and support of minor child I -Q...
Ed Raynor are visiting the Ray- The Dorcas Class met Tuesday, meeting S/24 5t 10:22 In Circuit Court Bradford County Only G-E gives you oil these
has been filed against In the
for the Florida; In Chancery you
nor's this week. Sept. 21, at the home of Mrs. A. theropy.The I
:NOTICE' TO APPEAR Robert J. Xeiser Plaintiff, vs. Patricia above named Court and cause and features Big Oven with
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fredrikssonhave G. Loudon for their regular monthly guest speaker for the eve- I. Circuit Court Bradford Coumtr. Xeiser, Defendant you are required to serve a copy of control
business and the fol- ning was Mrs. Helen Fryer of Florida I. Chancery. Case Xo. iO-670 your answer or pleading t? the ::=-' ==.
returned to their home on meeting, Pearl (L Salisbury Plaintiff. rs Notice To AppearTo plaint on the Plaintiff com-I I and Broiler Meter 4 Hi-
Lake Geneva after a summer lowing officers were elected: Pres- Jacksonville who spoke on dried Joe Clarence Salisbury Defendant : Patricia Xeiser, whose residence l- Alan C. Winter Jr, 508 Florida Units
Case Xo. lft-668 and address is: 45 Arden Title Building. Jacksonville Fla : Speed ColrodS Surface
spent in New England and New ident, Mrs. A. G. Loudon; Vice- I arrangements. Notice To Appear. (:Street New York, Xew York. and file the original in the office of : Pushbuttons Colrod
York. President, Mrs. John R. Roberts; Refreshments of and coffee You are hereby notified that a the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
pie To: Joe Clarence Salisbury' whose I suit for or before the 18 day of O< tuber. Bake I Boil Units Focused .
Secretary, Mrs. Kenneth Biddle; were served afterwards the residence and address is: fnknown. I II fir.
Mr. and Mrs F. M WalrathSr. by refreshment You are hereby notified hat J Divorce, custody, control and otherwise the allegations of said Heat Broiler.
Treasurer Mrs. T. M. Finley; a support!' of minor child Complaint will be taken as confessed '
have returned home after a committee, :Mrs. JettjeHazen suit for I has been filed against you in the by jou.

summer spent in Arden, N. C., Group Captains, Mrs. Stella Stanley Mrs. Frank Tinney, and Divorce and settlement of property above named Court and cause and This notice shall be published i i -

Walrath has been ill but is better. and Mrs. C. C. Ashley. After Mrs. H. H. Wait.TETSTONE. has been filed against you In the you are required to serve a copy of once each week for foul consecutive i $19370Model
your answer or pleading to complaint weeks in the Bradford '
County Tele-
the business social
William Rejnolca meeting, a I REU'XIOXI above named Court and cause and on the Plaintiffs Attorney graph.
is home from
hour was enjoyed by those i you are required to serve a copy of T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Flo-
pres- this 15 of
i day
his second trip within a few weeksto I George Tetstone celebrated his your answer or pleading to the rida deptniuM] 1.362e
,ent and refreshments served 1954.
by complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney
a Jacksonville hospital.J. 1 57th birthday Sunday with a and file the original in the office of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb ,
i the hostess. Williams & Futch. P.
Tullis who suffered a slight :(family reunion. O Box 1SS, Starke, Florida the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Clerk of the Circuit Court i e e
I Rev. Herschell Ward of and file or before the 11 day of October. : By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk i
pastor : the original In the officeof
stroke about two weeks is at Dinner served outside 1954 otherwise the
was ; allegations of
ago 9,17 4t 10SNOTICE Fluorescent/ Cooking Surface timir
the lamp and oven
the Church I Clerk of the Circuit Court on i
of said
Baptist Newberry, Complaint will be taken
home and much improved. 1 where the ninety-three guests enjoyed or before the I TOPPF.R :
Arthur Rusher while will preach at both morning and 11 day of O. tuber, 1954: ; confessed by >ou. In Circuit Court, Bradford County AT EXTRA CHARGE
drivingnear the occasion. otherwise the allegations IT said This notice shall be publishedonce I Florida: In Chancery. ,
Orange Heights last Tues- evening services next Sunday, Those who attended were: Mrs Complaint will be taken as confessed each week for four consecutive Edith Schonlie Plaintiff "s. Robert I
Oct. 3.The. by you. weeks in the Bradford County !Earl hoolie, Defendant.
I S. R. Clarke and daughter Bonnie, This notice shall be publishedonce Telegraph I Case No 10-i.M STOP
Starke Citizens regular business and program Hutten Lee Clarke, Mr. and :Mrs. each week for four consecutive Dated this 8 day of September Notice To AppearTo I G.( I.NICGRIFGENERAL i
weeks in the Bradford County 1954! : Robert Earl Schoolie. whoselesideme
Eligible For Cash meeting of the W. M. Swill ,N. D. Thomas, Mr. and :Mrs.: E. C. Telegraph. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and address i,..: l'nkn.\\ IN
Dated this 8 day of September Clerk of the You are hereby notified that I
be held at the church Tuesday Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Dorsy Byrd Circuit Court a
1954. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk suit for divorce custodv and tonI I I
Citizens of Starke trading area I I Oct. 5, at 10:30 a. m. After 'land children, Mr. and :Mrs. Alver I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 9,10 4t 10,1 trot of minor childrenhas I TODAY ELECTRI<5 APPLIANCESCall
I Clerk of the Circuit curt been filed against in the I
of good character and in need of you
!the meeting a covered-dish lunch- I iCassels and grandsons, all of By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk NOTICE: : OF IN1KNTION TO M IHK above named Court and cause and t

cash are eligible for our Loan eon will be served. !,Starke.I I 910 n lout APPI.II't'1'IO\ FI\.tL you are required to serve a cop of I & Walnut Sts. Starke. Fla.
services Either on a Pay Day UI"C'[ 1HGE your answer or pleading to the com
and Mrs. Caibert Harne and
I !NOTICE TO APPEAR Probate low 1ATO! : plaint on thi Plaintiffs Attorney I
Status $50.00 for 30 at
of days, ;family of Lake City, Mr. and :Mrs: IB Circuit Court, Bradford County, In 'ourt uf the County Judge,' Creen & Green !Starke' Florida; I

$1.75 interest or on the Famous \OTH TO *PPnRCircuit __
Elzie Clarke, of Miami, and Mr -
Budget Plan. Contact Marion Ia Court. Bradford County -
Florida In C'hancery.Ruth :and Mrs. B. B. Sapp and daughter -
Finance Co. 5333 Gainesville -
by phone Lazpiibv Plaintiff n. John'
or wrie P. O Box 446 218 I \\ilhani Iaz..ilhy. Defendant. | of Holder.
case No. 10-667' [ Rev. and :Mrs. H. C. Martin and
W. University Ave., Gainesville, Notice To Appear I
Fla. (Adv.) To: John William Lazenby. whose family of Bayless Highway, Mr
residence and address is.: A/SO John I
Mrs. C. J. Testone of Gainesville
and -
:Mm Kazenb.v, .1th ARS APO 616,
I" u l' M.. New Turk X Y. Mrs. \V. W. Futch and son, I
: Yxjii are hereby notified that a
Hut I for 1 Douglas, of Titusville, Mr. and!

Wash Your Clothes : Intone, custody. control and 1 ,Mrs. Tommy Jones and son of
I -ul'port..f minor I
has been filed against you in the I Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs '
9 Pounds ..111.namt'd Court and and
cause }! Clyde Futch and children of Jack-
you are required to serve a copy ol
your answer or pleading to the com.sonville.
For 40c! plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
H. V Knight Starve, Florida, I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clarke and

and file the original in the office ol r,family Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Clarke x
FREE Bleach If Desired! the Clerk of the Circuit Court on*I
or before the 11 day of October and children, Miss Martha Hodge

1954; ; otherwise the allegations of tMr.', and Mrs. Ed Polk and chil-
aid Complaint will be taken as confessed .
dien. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tet-
by rou.
This notice shall< be published J I stone and family Mr. and Mrs

We Will once earn week for four: consecutive: Will Rogers and family, Mis
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
,Ruby Allen and children Mr. and
Dry Your Clothes ,
Dated this 7 day of !September. Mrs. Shirley Tetstone and chil-

For 20cIn 1954(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb r dien Mrs. Effie Hodge and Sonny i without

Clerk of the Circuit Court. Jones all of Brooker and :Mii :
New Automatic Driers! ey Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk :
:: of Jack-
9,10 4t 10/1 i and Mrs Ruey Tetstone

o All Property NOIICI in City of Lawtey, j Glenda Parker was honored on

Florida has been re-assessed oequalized r: |her 13th birthday Thursday with a

and the City Council will|: i!party given in her honor by her I I
meet on October 7th at 2 30 P.M. tciIn i
The Washeteria I .n' complaints and correct an>' 'parents the L. L. Parkers. The I
..,. :
IR .IIhtllt'CITOK in avsinent I.A\\TK\ !!I thirty-three guests that attendedthe g

Temple Ave. Starke I lapel. 1 D RMl.livh occasion enjoyed refreshments I :

I < 'I!\01 i ik\ ; of cake and eoke* II
r' J4 Jl t 1" .. I N +
L. L. Pafkjpas honored II r.
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on his 50th birthday with a party I y

given by Mr. and Mrs. Sowells, t

Those who attended the Sunday

School :Mass Meeting last week I

RepresentingAmerica's m Pine Grove were Frances and i I AIA 1

Jackie Barry the L. L. Parkeis !
Largest Mutual Ins.
Mrs. Vernon Overturf, Rev. and

Mrs. Stallings, Mrs. Amanda
Lewis, Iva Mae Lewis Jean En- vuv :

; dicott and Mrs. Cecil Kartell and
children. r

FIRE on DWELLING 20' ; Teddy Bigham and Collin Ellis,

of Florence S: C., ,\'ereisiting

FIRE on BUSINESS 15 ; the W. E. Bighams Thursday and *'

MOTELS 35 ; Friday.
Mary Jane and Patty Bigham '
GARAGE LIABILITY 35; attended the birthday party of : 1
\ ,
Rita Jean Mattair, of Gainesville, No doubt about it, sparkling ice-cold Coca-Cola .

Why Pay More Saturday. .\ Y

Mrs. Ressie Colson and daughter helps set the pace for good tImes.It :: ''

Diane, visited the G. B. Col- s ::.: '%,
e I y .,
sons Mondav.
No other soft drink has ever won the approval 'f.\ '
Sunday guests of the R. P. ....:::=. .' .
Contact Ganos were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. "':"
Martin of Waldo, Mr. and Mrs of so many people. and the invitation to Hare a Coke'is ; 0
Glenn Leaieh and children of < %
CONNER Bros. Insurance t
Agency Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. M.M y
/; 7
Gano of St. Augustine. a byword for those who want .. Y''' ,.
129 W. Call St. Phone 285: Mr and Mrs. Ed Polk had as g :.,..?'% '.>
---. their guests Saurday. Mr. and delicious wholesome 1 ] refreliment. ; .., ,
If __ J =. "", =A....... to serve ,
Mis Frank Polk Mrs. T. J. Par- f

t : nh and Mrs. Carrie Red of Tren- 45 '

'ton. Olan Wooten of S. C.. and I H -.-.,.' ",,-":>."'.,. +,S.

Sgt. Earl L. Stokes, who is just .;

back from Korea. I-

I Lee Green and son, Tommy, of

'Gainesville visited the W. M

i II Lawhorns and the Russell Greens


ETO I Mr and Mrs. E. L. Kelly and
as '
\E'11CO i daughters, of New River visited

1I I the Russell Greens, Sunday. I

I Milton :Mott: and Richard Crosby .

i were home visiting their parents

I from West Palm Beach thiI

I weekend.

I L-1r\: >: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polk wet. f This display at dealers is
I s. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Was m
,of Waldo Thursday. a reminder have Coke one

1 Mrs. G. W. Raborn spent a weel

':in Jacksonville, N. C., visiting h. ]i t tt tj hand for parties, planned
.daughter. Mrs. Bennie McRae .
Come in when these is any information we might I an \ or spur-of-the-moment-, ;
family. While there she sp .n: : .' / ./ ,:
i a day in Durham, N. C. ." .:;,. h'.w., '.'>
give you; whether it's about banking\ or some a /, s' Y'i..;
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W Thoma-:, t I "'

general community data. We are glad to welcome! I spent Sunday in Jacksonville ,
Mr: and Mrs. G. E. Green anc :

newcomers and to
Beach. ,

eel at home here qiiclly. ': Mr and 'Mrs. Frank Tinney

f Shirley Green, Katherine Harreli]. /

> .and Polly; Waite and Bobbie Bas_;1

Also, wf offer you friendly, modern I Itedo of Keystone Heights went ti :

St. Leo Friday night to attend i ti.

bank sense suited to sour needs I.football dame.I L\

Circuit Court. Bradford (Count r,
Florida: In Chancery.Carolv .
4 : n Young. Plaintiff vv Joteph i
E \ ..ung, Sr., Defendant .
Case So:: 10-8 6

FLORIDA BANK(( at STARKEMember Order.Appear Of Publication State Of Florida And .Notice Tot 'I 10 I IOTTIED UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COCA. CO LA COMPANY If

I J,-eph E. Young Sr. whose res-
idc-tice and address is: Port Jtffer-
Florida National Group You are required to appear o in:
October 25. 1154 in the above name d e W4 W COtAXWA COMf AKIFRIDAY
Court and cause herein! plaintU "Cob- a stored Iroda--drh.
seeks divorce. .
Bradford County Telegraph.fcba ill: I 4 .-__-
publish this Order In next fou r _. -



Little Women's Club Members Starke Garden Club Begins Season II,CTU Meeting Held !Recent Admissions /LI

With Covered Dish Supper MeetingThe P]Today At TabernacleThe To Doctor's Clinic

Organize At Dinner Meeting 1 f I I
I Ii first meeting of the new Daum. postponed meeting of the Among the recent admissionsto

fear and a covered dish supper It was announced that the:Laura Scott Union, W C T U from I the Doctor's Clinic Hospital in

t Bras held Monday evening by the f Starke Garden Club has been l ist Friday afternoon is being I Starke were: Benjamin F. :Mock,

Starke Garden Club in the Parish 1 transferred: from District 3 to h eld his Friday at 3 p. m. at the "Eugene Clemons, Harry Ford,

douse on Church street. ]District 5 and will entertain at the 'abernacle' Annex. Of special in- Mrs. Alton Dobbs and Joseph

' 4o .e Mrs. M. F. Hazen president 1 District 5 meeting on Nov. 3 at to rest will be the Flannelgraph .Thornton, all of Starke; Mrs. Jeanette -

Gladys Mooty :i presided over the meeting. An (;i luncheon. Mrs. Winifred Price sand tory presented by the president. Stokes Mrs. Woodrow

Phone 35Christian ,, amendment was voted on to have I Mrs. Winifred Hafele pre-I ld ITS. Hipple. Members and friends Thomas and Mrs. F. L. Clark, all
..... - - -- --- - jented the Starke Garden Club
.. lIe executive board meet on ,ivited.:: of Brooker; Mrs. Lorette Martn
I Thursday evening preceding the with a gavel for outstanding workn ,
UDC Chapter Plans t Jacksonville; Mrs. Irene Perrin,
Primary monthly meeting night. i the past year while in the District -
regular 4 hour smioe on Rough Dry. Palatka; and Mrs. Blossie Green,
Class Has PartyThe Meeting WednesdayThe Four new members, Mrs. J. E. t:: 3 group. tarke Laundry and Clothelme. 'of Raiford.

Sroover: Mrs. Lester Kite. Mrs. Mrs.: Russel Norman, secretary,

Busy Bees of the Primary W. T. Week's Chapter of Joe Martinez and Mrs. M. M. ead a letter of appreciation from

Department of the First Christian the U.U.C. will hold their first e Morgan, were voted into the club. 1 3. S. Partin, principal of BHS for I PAY CASHFOR

Church Sunday School en- meeting of the new year at the r.I The resignation of Mrs. E. D. 1 the: assistance and shrubbery the
third vice-president was lub gave the school to beautify
I Fenly as
delightful party Monday
joyed Methodist-Educational Building on :
afternoon at the parsonage. There *' ., legretfully accepted and Mrs. V. the t: grounds.

were 16 children present.! Smith Wednesday Oct. 6, at 12 o'clock, 1 I V. Hazen was appointed to fill her Mrs. J. D. Doyle, civic chairman, FARMS WITH TIMBER

DeVoe and Elaine Colson super- with a covered dish luncheon. Each place. 'I announced that donations of shrubbery I
Mrs. Hazen appointed the following I i that have been dug up onl I
invite prospective
vised the various games. After- member is to a TIMBER LANDS
iI chairmen for the coming 1 he; Madison street clearing project
wards, their teachers, Mrs. Clyde member as a guest.
year: Awards, Mrs. J. A. Griffin; .J!lave been transplanted in the City
Colson, Mrs. Dan Harley, and There will be a historical pro- PULP WOOD
Birds &: Conservation, Miss Clara ]Parks. Mrs. R. F. Young, horticulture -
Mrs. Jess Sherwood served re- gram and installation of officers. Leaman; Civic, Mrs. J. D. Doyle; chairman has called a f''C

freshments. All members are urged to attend. Finance, Mrs. E. A. Hall; Flower ]meeting on Oct 8 on horticulture.
Show &: Exhibits Mrs. V. V. It wa. announced that the City I
4 hoar lien'lce on Rough Dry.
Hazen; Garden Therapy, Mrs. R.I I Council has asked the club to
Starke Laundry and Clotheline. Baptist TEL ClassThe The : 5311 Shen Avenue
members of the Little Women's Club enjoy a delightful /B. Alvarez; History, Mrs. Marian :sponsor :on aid fashioned cemetery

I supper at the home of Mrs. Calvin J. Houpt The members are ((1 I'' Howe; Horticulture, Mrs. R. F. sorking. The date was set for JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAyVTTVTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTfTTTfTyTTVTTTTTTVTTT
First ,
TEL Class of the Bap-
-- -- ---- ----- I ID to r) Sandra Jones, Ginger Jones, Jean Mundy, Martha "anLandI' Young; Hospitality, Mrs. Paul 'Thursday, Oct. 7, and everyone is

tist Sunday School has changedthe ingham,Gall Rowe, Lu Green, Joyce Scholl, Bobby Bastedo. Joan Raymond: Junior Gardens, Mrs.: 'asked to participate. The club : .

.IC. : day of their business and social Scholl, Frances Caldwell, Margaret Rose Duncan, JoAnn Smith, Sue II R. F. Demorest; Literature, Mrs.S. voted to donate $7.25 to the State

r rNaaSTARKE meeting from the second Friday Siprelle, and Carol Jennings.Polaroid : E. Sparks: Plant Exchange, Building in Gainesville. 4
FLA. \ to the second Tuesday of Mrs. ,I Following the delicious covered-
1-Uinute Photos by the Telegraph- I Gladys Harrington; Publicity BUDGET
each month. Mrs. Harry Mooty; Roadside De- dish supper and bysj ess meeting.
f 3
I elopment, Mrs. F. J. Shaw; Visit- Mrs. O. L. Beasley gave an en-
- Fri., Sat. October 1.2 Il J 'ing Gardens Mrs. E. H. Prescott; lightening talk on "Fall Plan- K, LOANS

DOUBLE FEATURE Year Book Mrs. P. J. Quattle- ning". I E ,3.

The Fighting Lawman! YOURPROTECTION I II Devoe's Hold Joint Presbyterian Women I "

With Wayne Morris Grey and Virginia i I I 0 0i Birthday CelebrationCeleste Met Tuesday Evening I tJ.PAY DAY LOANS

i, ......_
AND ','I i and Denton DeVoe en- The Women of the First Presbyterian

The Naked JungleIN Well, football has started in house on Clark St. the Ralph !,tertained 35 guests at a joint Church held their regu- I

:i earnest what with a bunch from I Smiths of Trenton have moved"'birthday party last Saturday. lar meeting Tuesday with Mrs. I

TECHNICOLOR I 'Staike following the Gators up to !into the Maruca house on. N.I Celeste was seven years old, and David Montgomery, vice-president TO
With Charlton Heston & Eleanor Atlanta for the Ga. Tech game I Cherry St. :Mr. Smith is work i Denton was five. presiding in the absence of the $25 $300

Parker I I II is ,Saturday -- those spotted were ing for Ben Hall Construction !'I'II The party was held at the De- president, Mrs. Guy Andrews.

Plus Serial Chap. 14, Gunfighter, I Jimmy and Martha Moore and I Co. Edith Biggs, avcompaniea Voe home on 8th Street. Gaines The group gave $5 to the United I I

and Color Cartoon 'children, Jerome Johns, Steve and |by Patsy Silcox, left Tuesday for I were played and prizes and favors Council of Church Women upon Prompt ... Courteous ...

!I Ruth Simmons, Mac and Margaret Decatur, Ga., where the Bigges I were given to all the children. The the motion of Mrs. W. S. McAliley.Mrs. E -
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday PROFESSIONYou ''McGriff, Sonny Strickland, Coy have bought a home at 1956 Wil-'refreshment table was overlaid K. G. Duncan had chargeof I Confidential Service

Seeber and Goodman livee Drive Vernon Silcox will I
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Alvarez I Eloise with a party cloth and centered an interesting program entitled
the Judge Perrymans, Nina drive up there Saturday with the I with two birthday cakes. "Glory of the Unity of the I

The GLENN MILLER I Bishop, Joe Andrews, Earl Alvarez Biggs children and son, David for I Miss Irene Metzer, Mrs. James Church." She was assisted by Mrs. MARION FINANCE COMPANY

STORYIN Dot and Bill Powell and the weekend Mr. and Mrs. : Evelynn Cooper, Mrs. Bob Pater-
Chitty, Mrs. Louis
TECHNICOLORWith the W. L. Thigpens. also spot- Luther Shambarger and childrenof I Mrs. Howard Bennett, and son, Mrs. John :Mixon, and Mrs.J. i EMERGENCY CALL COLLECT
ted were'former residents Mar- Pa. have moved into the Paul Smith assisted in R. Kite. PHONE 5333 GainesvilleOr
James Stewart and June helping serve refreshments.The I
Ally son should have one of our tha and Houston McClane of Atlanta Knight bungalow on Laura St. The following committe chair write P. 0. Box 446, 218 W. University; Ave.

Burgulary Insurance Poli- and Elise and Willard Pass its a good thing we have the highlight of the party hap- men were appointed: Circle 1 Gainesville, Fla.
-AND- around each weekto pened when the American Legion
of Tally. moving
home regular Mrs. David Montgomery, building p.
cies Protect your this column mws Train pulled up in front of the .........
KID SISTERWith Billy Miles is now back at his help fill committee and Mrs. J. R. Kite yyyyyyyyyYYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTUHF
business and personal prop- former job in the price Dept. at sure is scarcer then hen's teeth DeVoe home and gave all the budget. Circle 2 Mrs. E. M.

Roger PryorS erty. Standard Oil Co. in Jax. hear lately. children a ride through town. Mr. Davis. building committee, and
BIG DAYS Plus Cartoon for celebrated his and Mrs. DeVoe thank the American -
that Faye Paulk was accepted by Robert Barksdale Mrs. Claude Crowson budget.Mrs. .
Kids Constant Service. Since 1891 the Uni. of Tennessee College of birthday Sunday at a family pic- Legion for helping to make church CONVERT
Evelynn Cooper
Branch Al the party a huge success. I I
Dentistry, Memphis. Tenn. where nic at Gold Head extension chairman, discussed
Wed., Thur., Oct. 6, 7 SENDFORJERRYH. his 9th birth-
she will major in Dental celebrated
Hygiene Yancey I October's meeting which will be a NOW
DOUBLE FEATURE '- mother. Hazel Paulk, and Eo- day on Monday and twins Billy i Baptist HomemakersMet review of the study course book

Pickup on South Street C. WALL line Smith drove Faye up there and Sandra Huggins will Oct.celebrate 5 and : Last Thursday entitled 'Our Cities for Christ.
last Saturday and stayed until their 3rd birthdays on I The evangelistic minister will

With Richard Wldmark and Jean Tuesday hear that Maxie and 6. Lois Kaufmann will celebrateher I The First Baptist Homemakers have supper at the following TOChannel
AGENCYPhone Kitty Carter were thrilled Tues- 9th on Oct 3.Let's the Sunday School Class met at 7:30 homes during next week's revival 1 I '
ANDTRAPPED da night of last week when their have a big turnout at
at last Thursday evening in the homeof meetings: Mrs. Ben Bowden, Mon-
: 146 Night Blooming Cereus sent fortha old-fashioned cemetery working make I Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, with Ger- day; Mrs. J. G. ,Caldwell. Tues 1

With Lloyd Bridges and Barbara 200 E. Call Street beautiful bloom (as you proba- Crosby next Thursday of the and prettiest I tie F. McRae as co-hostess. At- day; Mrs. James Edgar, Thurs- : 36 !
bly know, this plant only bloomsone that spot one
Payton IS tractive arrangements of sea- day; and Mrs. R. G. Paterson, Fri-
Starke night a year). spots in Starke the project
I sonal flowers
Color Cartoon for KidsllllilililllllllAlllllAll Garden were placed throughout -
the day.Hostesses
Sorry to hear that :Mildred being sponsored by .' the home for the occasion. for the evening were

Sapp is moving to Ocala where Club and everybody, and I mean Madge Cha Mrs. W. S. McAliley and Mrs. B.
reen read the 12th
to "
I she will make her home with EVERYBODY, is urged chapter of Romans and Mrs. L.. C. Holtzendor Sr.;, w\wr\ served de- Enjoy All The New Ball ProgramsON
. . . the city is going : 1 .
---------------------------------- hand
her brother -A. B. Davis and lend a I N. Pickering, teacher of the class, licious refrtsh'ment .J
out a
family :Mildred will be working to do its part by sending to i I offered prayer. New officers were

ENJOYS in the Commercial Bank and power mower on Wednesday elected for the coming year as Episcopal Auxiliary
TONIGHT : Trust Co. there and replacing her do the worst part of the job NBC AND ABC .
follows Alma Outlaw,
out : president;
we'll all be
on out Plans Church
at the teller's window at our local so come Melba Williams, vice president;

bank will be Helen Glasgow.Was there. I' Elouise Andrews, secretary and CALL
i It -T': happy to hear that Don Glad to know that Cpl. Harold treasurer; Manez Priest, Marion Women's Auxiliary of St.Mark's -
pee a y .Q at Church will holda
and Lorraine Champion and chil- (Pig) Davis, who is stationed McRae Minnie Lou Patray and Episcopal
lun have moved back to their Hokkaido, Japan, came throughsafe Billie Jean Gasset were elected as buffet supper and bazaar on Shepherd for Free TV Estimate
of the House sound in the typhoon that November 11 a't the Parish House.
home at the corner of Short and and group leaders; Gertie F. :McRae
__ Thomas Streets Don has been hit( that place this week, taking was re-elected as department sec The supper will be served from
The H. K. six to eight and the sale will start
transferred from the Farm-For- some 1,600 lives retary; Mrs. W. J. Dodd was CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
sale will be
at five. Offered for
estry Hdqts. in Ocala to the Brad- Davises had a cablegram from elected as department superin-
Christmas cards and wrappings,
ford and St. Johns Counties with their son Wednesday saying that tendent.
dolls and doll clothes, TV Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringStarke t
Broiled Beef Tenderloin Hdqts. in Starke Dr. Pete he was all right See Billy Madge Chasteen closed the aprons
baked goods and candy, and plants.
Felos, who had been renting the Dansby back around and attend- Fla.
prayer. There will also be a white elephant ,
STEAK 1.95 Champion house, has moved to ing U of F after completing Of 0 During the social hour, Mrs. table and a Children's Corner. ,
3 the Vanpfy house, 702 N. Walnut ficers Candidate School at Ft. I Ernest Brooks was honored witha '

FRENCH FRIED POTATOES 0 street Mr. and Mrs. Myron Benning this summer He ex-I Stork Shower. Appropriategames
Kunth and family are now occupying pects his commission soon were played. Mrs. Brooks Just $100.00 required to reserve I

FRESH VEGETABLE SALAD the upstairs apartmentof Sorry to hear that Stella Rhoden. I was presented with many lovely your home in Saratoga Heights I A YE'4 1r

French Dressing Hot Mrs. D. L. Silcox on Clark st. Route 2. is confined to a Palatka and useful gifts. The hostesses :Mr. World War 2 Veteran. Fay A '!A
Roquefort or l I. the Jessie Jenkinses have hospital because of a foot injury I served refreshments to the 15 I$2.IJ.Ctl) on closing and move in.I !!

Rolls and Butter she suffered when of wire A. J. THOMAS REALTOR
: moved into the D. E. Knight up- a piece members present. I

.. II The Bradford High School Hi-Y .
..I house on the Brownlee Rd. Mr. I from Austria where he was stationed ( PRICES! -4
club met at Dr. C. J. Houpt'sIhouse
I '\,. ..I Westfield works for Humphreys with the Medical Corps in I last Tuesday with President FINEST QUALITYI j"
I see Kitty Andrews is moving I Salzberg He is the son of Charles Kirkland The r -
4ELw 'I back into her old location in the Mrs. Lossie Carter of Starke president. No Extra ChargeFor
members discussed the making
Green Bldg. on Temple Ave. Seems to be all for now posters for the football gamesto SeWn; In Or Near S

Dean and Cecil Sewell are movingthis See you in the next .
I I put in the school halls, and STARKEA"
into the Bill Graham -Carolyn
week they read and amended the club's
Temple Ave. (U. S. 301).AAiilAAlAliliAlAAAtAAAAAAAAitttttitiittAiAi ,

JLL.. !Methodist Circles Junior Women Plan constitution. iYe rY1en's hate and sirens 1

'-, Woman's Club Board
-- Meet Next WeekCircle Monday Meeting (
.. .- ..- --, -- - I:
-- -- -
3 of the Methodist W. S: The Junior Woman's Club will I The executive board of the OrHRThA+hekldS !

We Are Now Agents For .- I C. S.. Mrs. J. W. Andrews, leader, I hold their monthly meeting Mon- Starke Woman's Club will meet Write For Fret Folder
at 3 Thursday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockin I
will meet Monday day evening, Oct. 4, at 8 o'clockin ATLANTIC MEMORIALS.! II
o'clock in the Educational Build- I. [ the club house.
the club house. fSTABUSHED 1930 I
Columbia Duplicating SuppliesFOR ing with Mrs. L. S. Hutto as hos- I
Leave your Dry Cleaning with
I The American Home Program W FOIIST IT.MCWONVIIU I
tess.On i your Laundry. One Stop Sen- I II II II II Ii
at 10 under the chairmanship of :Mrs. "ORID"
THE SCHOOLROOM Tuesday morning i ice, Starke Laundry and Clothline. !
will be given by
o'clock, all the Methodist W. S. C. Stanley Noegel
J. Barclay Jackson of the China I
will meet in the Educa-
S. circles i
Gelatin Set tional Building for a combined' and Silver Dept. of Underwood I'I 4RMFIREthe !

Hektograph business meeting and study course, Jewelerys, Jacksonville, as guest I
ol, speaker. Members of the senior
T. R. Slade, secretary
9 x 14 Gelatin Tray has chargeof ,I Woman's Club are invited to at- I
Missionary I tend this program. I HUNDREDS
and will use about
Ink & the study news
SpongeComplete Hostesses for the I
evening are:
the meet I I
as the theme for I
3.85 "The City and Mai Mrs. John Torode, chairman, Miss i and economically I
Set ing. The book of details are managed -
will be the basis for al l Della Rosenberg, Miss Carolyn
and God" I attended that only a trained and
Keen, Mrs. James Blackshear and
the study. careful organization can attend when MAVTAG
,:Mrs. H. H. Adams. I II
Ready-Master Units (Carbon) This meeting will be a covered I I the urgent need for serving is at
1u.1cheonith the four cir

Box of 100 SVzxll $4.50 dish cles responsible for the following; Willing Workers hand. i
dishes: Circle 1 meat dishes: LifeThe ADVANCED
: Study Judas' -
5c Each salads circle 3 DeWITT C. JONESPhone t
circle 2 ; ;
of the new washers and dryers.Qpneinil'and .
drinks and rolls; circle 4 des Willing Workers Class of 7 Starke, Fla.

sert. the Baptist Sunday School metwith ----- : : seefor yourself on
Refill ,
Hektograph Compound Following the study, a shor t \ Mrs. Eva Anderson last Funeral Director Ambulance Service

business meeting will be held b:y Thursday evening. Mrs. C. G.
lIb Can 1.00 each circle. All ladies of the enure!h Dickinson president, presided over Our local funeral home enables u to offer canTenleace W M-DAY ... WED. OCT. 6

are urged to attend. the meeting. Mrs. B. C. Perkinsled services not otherwise aiflable.

Bradford TelegraphStarke interesting the Bible discussion study and on gave the life an ... GAY'S HOME APPLIANCES !

County Just $100.00 required to reservi s of Judas. We furnish the highest type service it lowest prices, and

your home in Saratoga Height I The devotional period was closed ftce.:pt ANY life'Insurance policy In force, lasted by ANT Court and >adison Streets I

Fla. Mr. World War'tteran.. Pa;r with prayer by Mrs. Dickinson. company, u payment in part or in fufl on &. fuaenLCooaclUtlon
$".50.00 on closing and move in i. During the social hour the hostess curia no obUf&tion I Phone 10 Starke, Fla.P.Alm .

,'- -. ---. -' .-. -- -.---.--". ---- ,.-- .- .. -- --- -- -.--J- -; A. J. THOMAS, REALTOR served refreshments. ..+.66'" 4'" I "' I 6 I I ..., 1 t tj tt j

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I I I I I I I Mrs. C. G. Barksdale and Mrs. I Farmers Can Apply For Government Loans I J Eighth Judicial Circuit of the State I Name in which assessed: H. A.. court house door on the first Mon-
Lula Mott visited their brother I jf Florida to proceed to the said Manassa.All I day in month of November 1SJ4.:
And Other Land Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State I of said property being In the. which is the 1st day November: !'.
Leon Thomas, in Daniels Unit For Irrigation Improvements I if Florida, and thereupon on Oc- County of Bradford State of Flor-
It ober 3rd, 1J54, and continuing ida. 1954.Dated this 2J
Clinic in Jacksonville.Just i day of September.
t I and conservationloans period on loans to individuals exceed hereafter: for a period of two certificate certificates i 11S54
$100.00 required to reserveyour Soil water weeks, to then and there hear conduct Unless such or -. ''
are now available to eligi- I 20 years. Loans to associations try and determine all causes shall be redeemed accordingto (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charl.s A. Darby
home in Saratoga HeightsMr. and law the property described in Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
World War 2 Veteran. Pay ble farmers in Bradford County, will be repaid on the same'f i, matters him and as may do all properly things! comebefure necessary I such certificate or certificates will frrdut'i. Florida
I basis as individual be sold to the highest bidder at the Iv 1 4i I H' '.!
$250.00 and in. Clifford L. Currie, county super- loans but in and proper to be done in said -
CSIN THE NEWS on closing move
Fifth Judicial Circuit
during the
Ad- exceptional cases be amortized -
Home can
visor for the Farmers -- -
A. J. THOMAS, REALTOR aforesaid period. on account of thellness
Miss Sue Biggs, of SL Augus- ,ministration, said today. The loans over periods up to 40 years. Each I i of one of the Circuit Judgesnd
be used to out measures borrower will be required to refinance the accumulation of work in
tine, spent the weekend with the may carry aid Circuit; and he, the said George -
r I II .. Leslie Biggs family. :for soil conservation, water de- the unpaid balance of his : L. Patten, under and by virtuef

S. G. Denmark, Kenneth Grider, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey and 2 hr. Service Wet Wash. Starke velopment, conservation, and use, loan when he is able to obtain a 0 nth the alt authority and singular hereof the is powersnd vested L

Roy Glissen and M. L. Johns Jr. family spent Sunday in Sanford Laundry and Clothllne. and drainage. This will include the loan at reasonably rates and terms a prerogatives conferred oy thrl i .

of the Denmark Furniture Co., and Orlando visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs P. M. Barefoot construction and repair of terraces from other sources.Individuals C'onstitution Florida upon and Circuit laws of Judges the Statef pre-

attended the Duo-Therm service Cofctune Jewelry Far Sale spent the weekend in St Petersburg dikes, ditches, ponds and can borrow amounts sup iding by virtue of an order of the

and installation meeting Wednes Necklace, Earrings regular priced with Mrs. Barefoot's sister, tanks, the establishment and im- to J25,000. It is expected that f Acting, TESTIMONY:Governor of: said WHEREOF Stale I

day of last week in Jacksonville. $1. Sale Price 59c at Bullington's Mrs. Frances Parker, who is some provement of permanent pastures, the average loan to a farmer will hate hereunto set my hand
better after a lengthy illness. basic tpplication of lime and fer- be less than $5,000. Water facility and caused the Great Seal
Hr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Studio and Gift Shop. of the State of Florida to
, family spent Sunday in Orange Mrs. J. H. Fields and sister Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. J. Warren Kauf- tilizer, tree plantings well drill- loans last year averaged 4500. be affixed at Tallahassee Sewing Machine Operators
and Mrs. Loans to associations have ceil- the Capital, this 14th day of
man R. S. the a
Fernandez ing, and purchase of pumps
Park visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Harold Ford, of Cocoa, have re September. A. D.. 1S54.
Andrews.!. turned from three week visit in left Tuesday for Silver Springs, and other irrigation equipment.The ing of $250,000. All loans will be 51 Charley K. Johns.
N/C. brother ){d. where they plan to spend the new loan was made secured by the best lien obtainableon ACTING GOVERNOR '
Newton, with their program Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES
Leave your Dry Clea.niDCIth I'ty! THE ACTING GOVERNOR: ; ATTEST -
winter. chattels or real estate to the
and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. possible by legislation recently :
Laundry. One Service
your Stop -'. Powell, Mrs. Emmett Lawrence and son, passed by the 83rd Congress.Soil extent necessary to adequately sR.. A. Gray,
George 18 THRU
Starke Laundry and Clothline. SECRETARY OF STATE. 35
Emmett Jr., of Cairo, N. Y., are protect the Government's invest-
Mr. and Mrs David Dalrymple, Jerry and Joan Crenshaw, of and Water Conservation' 1t.10/1
ot| Miami spent a few days last Ocala are spending this week with visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luke Feeney. Loans may be made from fends ment.
Mrs. T. B. Harding was in Jack- Applicants will obtain whatever A6TICE OF APPLICATION Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital
week with Mr. and Mrs. Luke their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. supplied by private lenders and FOR TAX DEED
Feeney James Chitty. sonville shopping last Friday. insured by the Government or technical assistance they need from HBM BUI \., 1843 Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others
Just $100.00 required to reserve the Soil Conservation Service, Extension Notice is hereby given that Luke
from funds appropriated by
I>>>e Sue the holder of the fol-
.. your home la Saratoga HeightsMr. gress. Loans from appropriatedfunds Service, other agencies, I..wing certificates has filed said APPLY AT OUR OFFICE

World War ZlVeteran. Pay will be made only then insured individuals and firms. Technical s ertificates ued thereon.for The a tax certificate deed to be num-is- 10th & CHURCH STREETS

S250.00 on closing! and muse in. funds are not available. assistance of this sort from the b ers and years of issuance the description -

MOVIN6LOCAL A. J. THOMAS, REALTOR Loans, either direct or insured, Farmers Home Administration will of the property and the
n ames in which it was assessed areas BIG DAD Co.
Gov. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns will only be made when the appli- be limited to a review of the engineering follows: Manufacturing

were luncheon guests Sunday of cant is unable to obtain the credithe and economic. soundnessof S uance<'ertifkate0.1952.OpMTiptjon. : 43. Tears of Is-

Safe PHONE IMr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. needs at reasonable rates and the improvements to be financed. of Property: Lot :3 I of Starke, Fla.
OR Dependable Tom and Jan Ritch attended the terms from other sources. The The Farmers Home Admin-I Ilk 3 Sunny Acres SD, Sec. 21, T
e S. R. li E.
LONGDISTANCE Economical 311 birthday party of Guy Diffenbaughin Farmers Home Administration is ,istration! will also take whatever .I -,

Jacksonville on Monday. authorized to insure loans up toa steps are necessary to make sure

R. B. Alvarez OR 2 hr. Service Wet Wash Starke total of $25,000.000 each fiscal that loans are used for authorized

Agents For Laundry and Clothline. year. In addition for fiscal 1955 purposes and that the construction .y
TRANSFER AND' 250-J ; Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman the Congress appropriated $11- carried on with loan funds
Dtlcher Bros.
STORAGE: CO. and Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
( Thigpen 500,000 for this type of assistance. meets required standards.
spent the weekend in Atlanta Applications for all loans insured When necessary, farmers who

(t where they attended the U. of F. or direct, will be made at use loan funds to finance major

STORAGEPerryman I Tech football game. the county office of the Farmers land adjustments and extensive

4 hour service on Rough Dry. I Home Administration located in reorganization of their farm busI-

Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, FloridaNOWMORETHANEVERBEFORE Starke Laundry and Clothfline. I.the Ritch Building, 200 E. Call St., ness will receive assistance from I t Publication dale

: I Mrs. C. D. Williams, Mrs. Henri- in Starke. The three-membei the County Supervisors of the

etta Hunt and Mrs. L. D. Green I dbunty Committee of the Farmers, Farmers Home Administration in 75th Anniversary Issue

(attended the Methodist W. S. C. Home Administration will certifY. (1 the development and execution of

|I s. seminar in Monticello Tuesday the eligibility of applicants. Ap. sound farm and home plans. '

lot I last week. They were guests plications from veterans will receive i I I of The Bradford County Telegraphhas

of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass in preference in processing. Commissioners Plant

Tallahassee that .
I night.I I Loans will be made to carry ou i

I and Mrs. Jerry Gay and only] the types of soil and watei: ITo Buy Bloodhounds been scheduled for November
j family will spend the weekend in
We Need Men of ExperienceOn conservation practices that an
i Gainesville with :Mr. and Mrs. C. I| in accord with the recommendations .: I,1 The Board of County Commissioners -
ic. in a recent meeting
; Gay. made the ExtensioiI

Our City Council i I, We Imprint Stationary, Napkins :I Service and the by Soil Conservatioii L L ,[agreed Reddish to with furnish a bloodhound Sheriff P.and D a I 1' This is the announcement you have been waiting

Bibles and Billfolder One i Service. These loans will not to:
i ; !' to house it, at a cost not to !
I day Sen ice. Bullington Studio and !available for annually recurring, 'pen for, and it is with pride that we promise you the
!exceed an amount agreed upon
I Gift Shop. I costs that are generally considered o ''verbally. issue of The Telegraph ever printed ... chock full of articles
On October 26 you will I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch Joe as farm operating expense. T largest
jsistrunk!! Mrs. Irene Johns and be eligible for a Soil and Wate: i Sheriff Reddish, in making the
about "the old days" of wooden sidewalks and kero-
that "when and pictures good
again an opportunity official request explained you
j r Mrs. L. D. Green attended the {Conservation Loan, a farmer must. I
I visit of the Worthy Grand have sufficient experience or train,. 'need a dog to run down a man, of the Fourth of July in the park and pie
lamps picnics
to sene
. 4' 44 :;, .r ,, express your I Matron of the Eastern Star in indicate that he has rea_ ''you need him in a hurry. He said

.ar' choice for a City Councilman. I'Jacksonville Monday evening. I".Jsonable prospects of conductin[ further has that been rental costing of from a bloodhound ]$15-- suppers at the Opera House .

Gerry Gibson was the guest of successful operations andbe
i farming and that if the would
Fr' This is a matter (IDr. and Mrs. Henry Kucera and unable to obtain the necessan r :
furnish the and the he
dog pen
I son Bryan, of State Farm at credit on reasonable terms and I ADVERTISING SPACE NOW BEING RESERVEDIf
would tarin and feed the animal.
f that deserves most
: your I Fernandina Beach over the week- conditions from private and cooperative -.

l careful consideration! end. sources. S day delivery Finished laundry, will want to take
you are a business or professional man you advantage of the
;. 5 day livery Finished laundry, I Non-profit associations, such a:!; Starke Laundry and Clothline.
especially, at this time Starke Laundry and Clothline. j water associations, additional circulation of this issue to place your advertising message before a huge
I Mrs. Allen English and children I I incorporated STATE OF FLORIDAExeeative audience of interested readers. Four thousand copies of this issue will be printed,
mutual water and drainage com
when Starke is entering of Clearwater' and Mrs. D. J. :I|panics, irrigation and drainag. Tallakaa.ee f) par1D1 .t meaning that your advertisement will reach an estimated total of }:).OOO readers.Reserve :

Clark of Tampa were weekend ; WHEREAS, it officially ha.bfen now by telephoning 29.
Conservatioi your space
!districts and soil
upon a period of unpre- mad* known to me that justice demands -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. districts are eligible for a lea I the assignment of a Circuit

cedented expansion and Green. "when they are unable to obtaii IJudge of the to State the of Fifth Florida Judicial: circuit

Mrs. C. D. Williams is spendingthis adequate credit elsewhere and I :\OTIIEHEFOIU;. I Charley E
week and Clear- I Johns acting under and by virtue
growth.In in Tampa I Bradford
conditions. Foi
meet certain other of the authority vested ..1m..- as County Telegraph
and will attend the home-
water I example, associations to be eligible Acting Governor of the State of
!coming at the"Tampa Heights Florida, do hereby designate. assign
ii I
Church next Sunuay.1" I must be primarily engaged l and appoint Honorable George L

offering myself as a candidate for re-election to the Just $100.00 required to reserveyour I extending to their members services Patten I a Tir.-uii Judge ithe
(I related to soil con
Council I sincerely feel that I can do the best job for home in Saratoga Heights
jservation I water conservation ancI
our citizens and taxpayers due to the fact that I havea :iMr. World War 2 Veteran. Pay |use or drainage of farm lands.
and move in.
working knowledge of the problems that are facingour $250.00 A. J. on THOMAS closing, REALTORTom | The loans will be scheduled foi

city at this time. I feel that my two years of serv- Bryan of Patterson, Ga., I repayment within the shortes t'
I period consistent with the abilit y;
ice have put me in a position to better serve the people visited his family the Lawton Bry- ''of the borrower to repay. No boa STARTING FRIDAY OCTOBER 1ST

and them the facilities and utilities ans, last weekend. '
get expanded they will be scheduled for repaymen

need and want and get them in the soundest and Lawton afternoon.Bryan returned He visited home the 'lover a period which exceeds th te /tt -
Sunday '
j useful life of the improvemen t
most economical manner. With this in mind, I again Billy Finley family. I''or
I _._n_ n__. "' ft_:__ ..':... the security whichever is less
offer services and continued faithful Leas e juur isr) virauuig wimyour ''
you my you I In no case will the repaymen M
Laundry. One Stop i
a and efficient service. ice, Starke Laundry and Se-r\-I. I .
. ,
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Mrs. Ruby Thornton. Wanda ,-1\

YOURS SINCERELYEwell I Faye Thornton and Tom Bryan I II

were dinner guests of the Billy USE I ....., -....,-

I Finleys Sunday at Raiford. ,
Shirley Mason was the overnight : =---::
Good .
I Lawson I guest of Elizabeth Bryan last Fri-
': f
day night. :j .
:Miss Wanda Thornton visited
: .'.
Mrs. Thelma Lee Thursday :
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:= last week. Service andProducts -. ,' ..-
-. Order Your Photographic Christk [ -
_. _. '_ on ,. _. __ ,. _. __ _. __ .. .
mas Cards Now, From The New! JI -
'Card-ette' Stles. Bullington Studio I! f

|and Gift Shop. ; i

i Billy Finle). Tom Bryan and ,
To {Keep Your Car
i Wanda Thornton went to Lake'Ii I s

'i City to carry Mr. and Mrs. Cul- Rolling in Florida
Dedicated To Community Service .bert Parrot. Mrs. Parrot is the I
"Movfe Are Better Than Ever" former Willa Jean Finley. I Style OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. Come See Our Fashion Show, Too .

Julian Collins of St. Peters'/:
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ai d J j spent several days last week with j; .

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKET!5 Mr. and Mrs. E.V.. Hayes. Mr. I;
and Mrs. Hayes also spent the I| Faulkner's One-Stop Service the sale of "dreams come true"

Sat, Oct 2 ONLY I- AT REGULAR PRICES -- 'weekend in Miami on business. I II gives you Guaranteed

II I Sun., Mon., Tuesday 1 2 hr. Sen Ire Wet Wash. Starke I II Service and Guaranteed

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE'SAVAGE I October 3,4, 5 1 and Clothline. Products AND HERE ARE
Laundry honored I II g 28. COUNT 'EM. 28 DREAM BARGAINS I
/ S BIG DAYS-3 I Mrs. Don Patray was
ra et a stork shower at the Beta I

1 day Sigma evening Phi sorority at the home meeting of MQn-lrs.1:j Let Us Give Your Car .I 11.59 PRINTED WASHABLE CORDUROY. SALE yd. Wo 169817.98 LADIES NEW FALL DRESSES . SALE U 99

y1ACLlON slnthmountain Vic Frees. I That Fall Check-Up $9.98 100"t ORLON FLEECE COATING . SALE yd. 3.99 J39.50-49.50 WOMEN'S LUXURY ALL WOOL

(; S day deliverFinished laundry, I I 79c NOBLECRAFT WASHABLE 45 INCH COATS . . . . .. . . . SALE 33.90

4-TrocV. Starke Laundry and Clothline. ; FIRST LINE TAFFETA . . . . . . SALE 2 yds. $1 $ LADIES FALL SUITS .. ., . SALE 12.90 I II
Mi9lvFidrft STHfOfHOWC SOUNDl'Itrt Mr and Mrs. Bill Powell spent | Jl LADIES COTTON STRING GLOVES . SALE pro fl3c:)
last week touring through the |I $1 SMART PEARL CHOKERS, NECKLACES

Vesuvius Smokies and Kentucky and visit- ,I J5.93 FRINGED CORDUROY CHENILLE EARRINGS . ... . .. .. .. .'. SALE 57e I
Express! Cartooi 1 ing Mr. and Mrs. S. G Martin in. I BEDSPREADS .. . . . . . SALE 3.59
|Tiptonville. Tenn. and Mr. and' $1.59 CHENILLE BATH MAT-LID COVER SETS
l |Mrs. Houston McClane in Atlanta. : t
S O 'tt OVID NORMAN | Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and | ACCESSORIES i $6.98 VENTI-LITE VENTILATED FOAM BED STOCKINGS . . . . . .. . SALK pr. 67c I

s .funny spent the weekend in Lyons. i( I' PILLOWS . . . . . SALE X for 7.50 39c CHILDRENS FAMOUS BRAND SOCKS SALE 4 pr. II i iI' ,

t\ Wed, Thur and Friday 'Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. H. T. :; I' J10.98-H.9S LADIES ALL WOOL SKIRTS . SALE 7.99 $1.29 GIRLS' PLASTIC HOODED RAINCOATS .. SALE 99c I

Smith and attended the homecoming $10.98-$17.98 LADIES IMPORTED SWEATERS SALE 5.99 $2.98 BOYS' COAT STYLE BROADCLOTH ,
October 6 7 8
at the Marvin Methodist $1.19 LADIES FAMOUS BPJ&D COTTON PAJAMAS . . . . . .. . SALE 1.49 I

,,' /i Ii Gl Church. ; PANTIES . . . . . ;. . . SALE Me J1.9S TOTS LINED BOXER JEANS . . . SALE 1.49J2.983.83 I
1 1 pills I Just $100.00 required to reserve

your Mr. World home War in Saratoga iVeteran.Heights. Pay i! "4 M BRAS . . . . . . SALE HALF PRICE SPORT SHIRTS . . . ,. . .. SALE 1.89 !



rI 4 Mr and Mrs. Garl Mathews and 'jI $1.98 LADIES PLASTIC RAINCOATS .. . .. SALE 1.69 TUXEDO TOPPERS .. ... ..... .... .. SALE: ItW '

': NURSE I son. Bruce, visited Mr. and Mrs. | ;i i
t Virgil Mathews in Neptune Beach' ii
Plus "Bride and Gloom" Cartoon]L i i,
With Leslie Tucker on Sunday.
I and. Latest World News. Mrs. W. D. Sexton and children J: FAULKNER'SService WE INVITE YOU TO OPEN YOUR OWN CHARGE ACCOUNT JUST ASK :

Fins "Mr. Moocher" Cartoon and :' Stevie and Connie Sue. of i

Chapter 10 Serial. II Coming Very-Soon Atlanta spent last week with Mr.

and Mrs. Calvin Johns. : Station 4 i iI i I

, ;Miss Florence Jennings I EGYPTIAN: : I Make Your Appointment Now Phone 245 Temple Ave. !

I for Christmas Portraits. BuBlng- .
,, -- .. toa Studio and Gift Shop. i I II ., -'.---- .. -- -- ,
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I -> ,plant lupine. 18 day of October, 1954; OTICE TO Clark Building,
Licenses Office APPEAR Lloyd Bass 302
Hunting On Sale At otherwise
I Judge's the allegations of sale ]la Circuit Ceart. Bradford Coaaty Jacksonville, Florida,
SOIL CONSERVATION I Paul Hutchins, F. F. A. advisor, Comolaint will t.e taken as conf essJd Florida la Ckaarerr. I and file the original in the office of
Deer, Quail And Turkey Season Opens Nov. 20 by you Virginia Nelson Plaintiff, n'. Jackie the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
has been tne This notice shall be published "Lee O ber1S54 .
supervising mowing Xelson, Defendant. or before the IS day of n>
once each week for four
Hunting licenses for the 1954-55 Ino deer hunting permitted in Brad NEWSBy of the football field and other weeks in the Bradford Couaty consecutive Tele- \otlce To Appear Case Xo. 10-6S3 I said; Complaint otherwise will the allegations be taken as of

hunting season went on sale in 'ford County. The open season for !play areas around the school. The graph Dated this 15 day of September, To: Jackie Lee Nelson, whose confessed by you.
County Judge Theron A. Yawn's deer is the same as for turkey. Bill HaasU. f IF. F. A. boys have been using 1954. I residence ron River and, :Muh.gan.Ton address. is: Route 1, ( This notice shall be published
office last week. Yawn said the Quail hunting is limited to 10 :their tractor and the District's OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dart are hereby notified that a once each week for four consecutive
I S. SOIL CONSERVATION ;' Clerk of the Circuit Court ..suit forDivorce cheeks in the Bradford County: Tele
information giving hunters the quail in a day's bag. The season jiotocycle mower to do the job. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy ClerkS and graph.
season, day's bag, and possessionof for hunting quail is the same as SERVICE : IT 4t 10/8 name restoration of maiden Dated this 15 day of September .
V. R. Ferguson used the District's I las
been filed 1954.
against in
laws YOU
game is posted on the specified for turkey. Squirrel
'OTln TO '
courthouse bulletin board. hunting is limited to 10 gray and A.fA; --a I.. fertilizer spreader to fertilize la Circuit foart, Braadfurd APPEin Count,.. J above rou are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court
Resident county licenses are $2 two fox squirrels per day. The I'I'J. a pasture which he plans to Florida In taaarery.Edith pour answer or pleading to the complaint 8y Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
B. White, a district super- that didn't have any grass and'I save for winter grazing.Jim T. Keister. Plaintiff, vs. James on the Plaintiffs Attorney J 17 4t 19 SThat's
for residents who plan to hunt on- season for hunting squirrel is also he Lewis Keister. Defenda.nt.Case .
visor, states that made seven stated that it would
Bradford A the pay to replant Xo. 10-588 I '
ly in County. license same as for turkey. -
tons of Pangola hay from four those spots than to wait Brownlee used the District's :Notice To AppearTo I
permitting a resident to hunt here Opening day, closing day, Thanks- : James Lewis Keister. wlxse
for the cultipacker to plant Pensa- : -
acres. White used a complete fertilizer grass to spread.
and in one other county costs giving day, Christmas day, and residence and tddress is: 239 Crtek ; Our BusinessIf 1
when he planted the Pan- cola Bahia. Jim prepared a good Avenue, Harrisonburg, Virginia. i s
$4.50. A state-wide hunting license New Year's Day are all open to A complete farm You are hereby notified that a We Have It!
costs a resident $7.50. hunting.The gola last year and then fertilized plan was pre- seed bed and put out 500 poundsof suit for I It's Glass -
with ammonium nitrate this pared for Lonnie Crawford on his 8-8-8 fertilizer per acre before Divorcehas tIl CALL WRITE or VISIT
Old licenses
age are issued with- Ocala Deer Hunt will be
farm located on the Raiford Road planting to seed. It looks like Jim been filed against you in the
out cost, and duplicate licenses are from ;Nov. 20 to Dec. 26 with the spring and summer. I above named Court and cause and J
issued for 25 cents. A we were sitting on Lonnie's front did everything according to the you are required to serve a copy of 1 Joe Peters Glass Co.
10-day, non- first six days and '
I open Mondays, Edgar Faulkner used the District's -(porch steps discussing cover crops books, so with this rain we are your answer or pleading to the complaint -
resident state license
costs $11.50,, Tuesdays, and Fridays closed on the I'lamtifftAttorne>
and a non-resident state license thereafter. cultipacker to plant Pensa-: when Lonnie remarked "Lupine having, he should get a good standof O. (*. Beake. Barnett Xationa'lBank FOR ANY GLASS NEED

costs $26.50.Judge cola Bahia seed Edgar and his planted before corn sure makes a grass. file the Building original, Jacksonville in the officeof FUnd We Design Modern Store Fronts

Yawn said that service- brothers are managing their folk'sfarm difference in the corn!" This the Clerk of the Circuit Courton : 14 Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Recent Birth located in the Conner Bridge year's corn that followed lupine I Marklee Starling used the Dis- or before the 18 day of October.'I
men stationed in Florida were con- tii t's chopper to cut down old 1954; otherwise the allegations Table Tops
sidered residents of Florida. Mr. I section now. We were walking I made a fair yield even if we had aid Complaint will be taken ab confessed !
The for marsh hen and Mrs. Morris Williamsof over a field of Pensacola Bahia .a lot of dry weather. Folks around I corn and tobacco stalks in fields by you. I 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2-4353
season open- Lake City are the happy parentsof he plans to get ready for crops. This notice shall be publishedonce .
ed Sept. 9 and will last until Nov. a daughter, Marcille Elaine, i that was planted last year when the county are getting ready to 'Leaton :Morgan also used the chop- each week for four consecutive I.
17. The season is Edgar pointed out some spots break land and get it ready toBy weeks in the Fradford County Telegraph -
open every day, born Sept. 25 in the Starke Ma- 'I per on his fields. Leaton stated i
the day's bag is 15, and 30 is the ternity Hospital. Mrs. Williamsis I Dated this 10 day of September.
.I that it sure helps to prepare the I
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most a hunter have in his TO MY FELLOW CITIZENS
may the former Evelynn Newsome, I land when you chop it first. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
possession at one time. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse I I Clerk of the Ciuuit Court

The season for waterfowl and ewsome of Starke. i -i ind Singing ConventionThe I By :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 9.17 4t Clerk 10:8 Who Voted for me For
coot will open Nov. 12 to Jan. 10. I
Dove season will open Oct. 11 to Mr. and Mrs I). E. Cottle of i. d Bradford-Union Singing City Council *
Oct. 30, and it will reopen Dec. 11 Starke announce the brth of a son Convention will be held at the BROOKER
on Sept. 28 in the Starke Maternity
and run to Dec. 30. Johnstown Baptist Cuurch in
Woodcock season will tun from Union County Sunday. The day's DAY NURSERY

Nov. 20 to Dec. 29, and snipe sea- IX MEMORIAM activities will include church service THANK YOUTO

son will be from Dec. 24 to Jan. 7. in the morning, a dinner on

Turkey shooting in the second Ralph E. Toomey, died October i the grounds, and a singing festi- OPENING OCT. 4TH I

district is confined to gobblers only 3rd, 1949. Five years ago you val m the afternoon. ALL MY FELLOW CITIZENSI

and no turkey hunting is per- left us Darling. We miss you. Our I Ceo. T. Huggku I| NOTICE TO tPPKiR Hours 7 a.m. 6 p.m. I

mitted in Bradford County. Open hearts ache for you. God love you. i _EM) County Agent | In Circuit Court Bradford County, 1 RESPECTFULLY ASK YOUR VOTE

season on turkeys will begin Nov. Wife, daughter, and Emerson. Agricultural Extension Service I II j Florida Cha'-on la ChanrerrKxa Smith. -Plaintiff, vs. Rate $1.00 Per Day I

20 with the first nine days open.It I Jesse Lee Smith, Defendant.Case AND SUPPORT IN TilE SPECIAL ELEC-
will then be open on every day CARD OF THANKS I Save Your Corn I a little fertilizer to your lupine, I Notice To Xo. 10-665 Hot Lunch Served
Corn is too valuable for you to 300-400 pounds of like Appear TION ON OCTOBER 26TH.[
after that time except Monday, I want to thank each and every something To: Jesse Lee Smith, whose rest- Supervised Play
and until Feb 1. let rats and weevils eat a dence and address is: Unknown.
I great
Tuesday, Friday one for their kindness and sympathy 0-14-10 would be good. If you planto You are hereby notified that a
The days from Dec. 25 to Jan. 1 and help during the illness portion of it. If it is possible for plant lupine on cropland, the suit for I I

are also all open. The day's bagis and death of our little boy. Mrs. you to make your crib air-tight, land should be prepared right has Divorce been filed against you tn the II I W. H.!! (BILLY) NOEGEL

two turkeys, and season's bagis Levy Green, Lawtey. weevils can be killed easily and i away so that the growth turned above named Court and cause and of Mrs. Ralph Nettles !
three. you are required to serve a copy
can be pretty well decom-
I hinder your answer or pleading to the
Buck deer shooting in district CAlm (),F THANKS I quickly with the use of one of posed. Young lupine will be much complaint on the PlaiMiU'aAttorney Phone 2371Brooker

two is limited to deer with one or several different fumigants on the more resistant to soil-borne diseases Starke, Florida T. Frank, Landrum, CANDIDATE FOR CITY COUNCIL
We wish to thank the many II :
more five-inch antlers. There is I(market. Carbon bisulfide, commonly if planted on such a seed and file the original in the office of I
friends of Mrs. Lillie Wainwrightfor
Clerk of Circuit Court
he the on
I known as high-life in the bed. .
their kindness and floral: offer I I or before the
,old _faithful_n____ treatment,_ _Several_ ____ --
rags following her death last
\week.Her Family. farmers successfully used a can- I

I ned gas called methylbromide or I

MD-2 last year. In either case the 1he price togFord

I TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS, I.barn must be airtight. \

IS rings, $1.50. Bradford County Telegraph Storage Bins AvailableAt

i least two of our farmers
,have each recently purchased a .

By: Dan Weeks! I 1000-bushel shelled( corn) capa- ISO, __ Mo_ brings you the only V-8 in the _
'ity'metal bin for storing corn.
( .
Let's be honest now, friends low-price field plus trend-setting style"; : : '
These bins can be purchased with
how much time does jour 'a loan through Commodity Credit and revolutionary Bail-Joint Suspension!
family spend each day sprawledout I
In front of the TSt.t? Corporation. The CCC will loan .

It might be something of an you 75 percent of the cost of the Today's Fords are costly cars in everything but price! Take

eje-opener if you were to keep I ,bin including installation. In case ? Y-block V-8 is the
: \ engines, for example: Ford's new 130-h.p.
that ,
track of the family's TV dewing II I you install the bin yourself, y
for a reasonable time and II :'amount will be credited to the : most advanced engine in any car-yet Fords with this new Go-

see what the average i l'i on a I .down payment. Cost of this size {4' "" ill packed V-8 actually sell for hundreds of.dollars less than many

daily basis. !bin is between $400 $450.00 you ../ .. Six with
I "" \ li cars with only sIX-cylinders And Ford's new I-block ,
to !
|are allowed four years repay ;

According to a survey by this 1 1I I I :,the loan. If you grow much corn t it-- .. its years-ahead low-friction, deep-block design costs even less! JI

Nielsen rating service total, the of t)1)I-fieand i : this bin will pay for itself juSt in I 1 Also Ford offers you the widest choice of body, color, and
('aJ family !spend a
!saving corn for you. Come talk .
three-quarter hours daily i z upholstery combinations in the whole industry. You can have
I to us if you are interested in grain

watching, which aIde pretty variety thoroughly of TVfare I storage. Several more purchases s1 ,r power steering, power brakes, power windows, power front seat- ,
I -- ----- --
spreadeagles the entertainmentfield. will be made in the next week or and Fordomatic Drive at extra cost. ,

Obviously, then, outsideof a I two. Your application is handledby
Agricultural Conservation t tk
the hours spent wooing I
television takes a Committee.Test .
bigger bite out of the average Won't let faucet Soils for LegumesIf I
your ..
family day than any otht'r5OUI't't' I Fail this summer you plan to plant clover : yir

Call us-we'U send pastures this fall you should by .

A perfect plumber.We all means request that a soil
The moral here is simply -
sample be taken to determine the
Q a TV set in good repair N a
need for lime. In our type soils, t
must. If present set affords '
jour .
are engaged in giving top the correct amount of lime is
weak reception and uncomfortable -
viewing, perhaps it quality sej\ice at the lowest I necessary for good clover growth

can quickly end economical! be I possible price. When there i K No one is good enough to look

put into top working; condition.On I an emergencyin jour home, i at, or feel of, a soil and tell much
the other hand, if jour set 'about its need for lime. It may 1
I don't fail to call us at once.Delay .
is beyond a little electronic! I '!even be that the phosphates inyour

face-lifting, any conscientious may be costly.PHONE i soil have built up to a point ,. < .,<
st'nlet'maniII be happy to 1 i that you need to cut down on that 'J : : : T" ,.

give your true anal j"sis. 1I I 1I element.

You may rest assured that 1I I e e ae Soil test from our county tell

all the sen icemen at WEEKS us !hat we are not using enough

RADIO 4: TV SERVICE are I limp for securing the best growth

conscientious. Just call 153 fora <>t our crops or pastures. Better

picture as bright and dear as a than 50 percent of our samples

supereharged lightning bugon (tested had a PH of 5.5 or below.

a moonless night. This PH is too low for most cropsto

i 4U-J produce maximum yields. i: e *4 .. ... . .- ,
OI'E.5 9 IVM.
I I From crops or for pastures, you

I I a. __ li-I '-! want this maximum, yield. Request 4I

ejuu.LY" .11' ...c..II''u'!!:'.,nIG..u.' '.-:. -- .1,,, LI I t soil test if you are interested. W4 M
There is no cost to you. 1 r 0 ;
I \\ .,
Good Temporary Pastures I .c

/ Such a pasture can be oats I
rye, or sweet lupine or a combination -

; A combination of one

6nj0Y t li, I 1 of tfie grasses and lupine. Seed I I

11 '!oats rye or lupine in October, on

I a well prepared seedbed and you
I should receive grazing in Decem
ber. Oats or rye will respond well '
w I
I to application of a complete fertilizer -

at planting time, unless arid were .

they follow a well fertilized sum- Mi'I

; mer crop. In this ease 100 lbs of

,ammonium nitrate would be good.If .

they do not follow such a crop,

,, :off.;100-400 pounds of 8-S-S will pay "" S trading high !

If you think you need to put K

;f sett ia t
< 'NOTICE TO \rriill
:In Circuit Court, Bradford County, y L ; Your present car may be worth more to us than you think
Florida: In Chancery..1tt.lb .
I,'.:,.goa 1, .llr Srsa{,ndolnt, Plaintiff, \.-. Alice C. '. aeF 4 k';. And when you choose your new Ford you can be certain you're j.

Case Xo 10-695 :, getting America's greatest car buy. You can expect more for it
II:\..tiee To .\ppearTo
rnvINGCool : Alice C. ..ga. whose residence fiat t t I when you sell it, too For Fords return more of their original
and .addrets New Preston Con-
I n.-, tuust cost, in resale, than any other car!
I You are hereby notified that a l ,
J t +
suit for .
crisp weather, changing cenery, football I Divorce and ratification of h r .' -
-- .
games .r. don't miss the fun of Fall because of car! I ha" been filed against yon ia the ./"- "

breakdowns. Drive in today for motor'tune-ups 'I above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of a rtL e a' rd and you'll want to drive it home!
;your answer or pleading to the
chassis lubrication, oil change and Sinclair.fcustjjasoline 'I'(complaint on rtie Plaintiffs /
I Attorney lion. Gerald R. Hart i /.DJtF
Sec kt ] :20J: Smith JacVson- -J t
us now. to put ypui Building
I Mlle, Florida,
at ia tip to shape for Fa- "" and file the original In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

'I\1 or before'j day the of October, 1954; Andrews Motor Co0 I
.iht-rwise the .allegations of uidCmplaint

GOODMAN'SService i by you.will be taken as cdn.ftsed -

I| Ths: notice shall be published
y I lne each week fj'r four consecutive
Station C weeks in Hie Bradford County Tele-
---- YOU'RE IN'M -
U. S. SOI at South City Limits Its, ( a Dated this 22 day of Sept., 1J34.OFFICIAL .
I'( SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Starke, Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court Phone 118 Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE FLORIDAAGE

opatE Cie@ai! ; ...T 1A""!, ......... _...,.; .IY : Z'-: : -:- -."1 By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ClerkS ,
2t 4t 10/15




I an id baby of Hampton and and :
.... ,....... rou are required to serve a copy o rl -
F Christian Church j I' ; .T'Y.'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y\ l rs. LeRoy Norman Jr. of Camp our answer or pleading to the
\IB complaint:: on the Plaintiff!
i landing: were visiting their mothr. -
T. Frank Landrum
Sunday: 9:45: a. m. Bible ;j LAW T E Y Mrs. LeRoy Norman duringie Starke, Florida

S rhool Classes for all ages. A wel-1 ; weekend. tMr. I and file the original In the office o:
d the Clerk of the Circuit Court 01 n
and Mrs. Eldon Sapp were :
by L. II. Futdi
4.jme to all from a growing Bible or before the
\ IhlI"asiness visitors to Jacksonville 25::; day of October. 1954.
ohuol m a growing church; 111 W.i i j 'ednesday night.J. I otherwise the allegations of cal<
in Complaint will be taken as confessed !
... m. Regular Sunday morning i I Mrs. C. A. McSwain and sons B. White returned home I by you. -

L Worship Service, immediately fol- .and Ronnie and Donnie, and Mrs. Ruth T hursday from Missouri. He was ,once This each notice week shall for four be consecutlvi publish(

Methodist ChurchSunday. Presbyterian Church l owing there will be a monthly "Jones and daughter, Jackie returned Ci ailed there because of the death i 'weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph

i leeting of the Official Board; 6 spent. and home on Thursday of last week I\01 f f a brother and attended to other i I Dated) tin* 22 day of Sept 1"'' .4 r fy
9:45 a. m. Church Fn., Oct 1 7:30: p. in. P. m. Christian Endeavor Program ;; I'after spending from Saturday to'b II' usiness while there. I ,(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb; -

School; 11 a. m. Morning Wor- prayer meeting at the E. M. Davis of Thursday with relatives : ,Clerk of. the. Circuit Tour. ,I I
fellowship and study for in Ft. I IliI[! : ": .11. I. -: \ IVp :'\ r: i i'a i
ship, World Wide Communion home. I s.oung people to age 16; 7 p. m. are Pierce. I n" 'TTYYTYTYT! :' 4t I I"; i

5:30 Recreation Sun., 9:45 a. m. Sunday the .
Time Sunday 6:15; m.p. Fellowship m. Sup- i School 11 a. m. Morning Worship -'egular: Sunday Evening Service Mr. and Mrs. George RobertsJr. I GRAHAMMrs. <._ ::':::::: : -::::': :-='i .!
; p. ith Communion .
\ served for those and small son of Hastings, ,
per for Intermediates and Seniors; I Service Observance of the n ot present at morning service. in spent from Tuesday to Friday of I CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SOX

6:45: p. m. Worship Service MYF I Lord's Supper. 6 p. m. Youth I Wednesday: 7 p. m. Prayer said last week with his parents here. j John McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I COLONIAL

Groups; 7:30 p. m. Evening Fellowship Margaret Rose Dun :b reeling and Bible Study. equal- Reid McRae of Tampa, a resident i about this question I
Preaching Service. can and Frances Caldwell, hostess. )
Third Saturday: 7 p. m- Reg- i of Lawtey in days gone by I 1
Tuesday: 10 a. m. YVSCS com- 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship u lar Social and Business with I Mr. and Mrs. John
Service "A Divine Commission". Meetingf was calling on friends and child- II McKinney I FLORISTFLOWERS I've noticed an increase in
bined study course for circles 1, Kum Duble, age 16 and above, hood acquaintances here last week ere in Gainesville last Tuesday !I
and 4 under the leadership of Mon., 7:30 p. m. Evangelis-l,:t the L.I I Iw burglary. and theft here of
2, i' American Legion Hall. Sumter Harley of Jacksonville .01 n business and were dinner guests :
Mrs. T. H. Slade, secretary of tic service Rev. G. H. Smith, 'oung married couples especially home was visiting in Lawtey on Sato:f i Mrs. V. L. McKinney at Fair- late, probably due to the in-

Missionary Education, the theme ,preacher.Tues. ivited. with t'urday of last week. b inks. For All crease in population. We don't
is "The City" basedon ., 7:30 m. Evangelistic I I Occasions
for the course p. in
Mr. and :Mrs. James Anders of I Mr. and Mrs. Flake Watson have a lot of jewelry or valuables -
the book "The City, :Man and service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE j home \ j PHONE 218
Palatka returned home Saturday h;ave sold their place and bought ,* but can't risk losing
God." A covered-dish luncheon will Wed., 7:30: p. m. Evangelistic SOCIETY an in- 'after having spent a week with h a md in Fairbanks, where they ex- what we have Is there a
be served. Following the study service 8:30 Adult Orange Fla. ,
p. m. Park
his parents here. ,ect to build soon. which
p Household Theft Policy
there will be a short business Choir practice. Sunday service 11 a.m. Sunday (j)
meeting for each circle.: All ladies Thurs., There will be no School 11 a.m. spent rel j I'! Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards and I Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney of the average man can easily
I I,small daughter. Linda, of Gainesville ,'airbanks were supper guests of afford'?
of the church are urged to due to Wednesday Evenings-1st
Junior Choir practice Wed-I: i were Sunday dinner guests'hIOf ; is parents Saturday night, Mr.
Wednesday: 3:15 p. m. Children's 7:30 I icsday each month, 8 p.m. who' __
services m. I
evangelistic ; p. DISH
Hour. All children Nur-I his mother, Mrs. T. C. Edwards. la nd Mrs. John McKinney.Mr. GARDENS

from 6 Story thru 11 are cordially invited Evangelistic services. 8:30 p. Public maintained cordially for invited.all services. : visit j Mrs. T. H. Pressley and childrenof and Mrs. John McKinney
of Board of very POTTED PLANTS i
: 7:30: p. m. Bible study and m. Monthly. meeting ommunity Center Building, I I[ High Springs accompanied by were, visiting Mrs. Alma Johnson ii iI Charley Johns
Deacons.Fri. Mrs. T. Pressley and grandchil-<
Prayer. iingsley Ave. and Highway 17. [ Vednesday p. m. POTTERY
., 7:30: p. m. Closing I, C. Ed- dren of Alachua of I
were guests
Thursday: 6:30 p. m. Youth i I I I Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Sherwood t I
Choir Rehearsal; 7:30 p. m. Chan I service of evangelistic meeting. HAMPTON |I.. Carl I the Jimmy Crawford family during nd son were visiting in our sec- Flowers JJ'iredAnywhere

cel Choir Rehearsal. CHRISTIAN CHURCH of the weekend. ,t ion Friday afternoon. & Son Agency

I At The TabernacleThe Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship ,I'' I Mrs. R. H. Futch and daughters, '['I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sparks I

St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program i [Mrs. Margaret Pauley and Mrs. L.0.f Gainesville visited with Mrs. I I
sponsors of the Gospel 5:30: m. Evening Service 8 i met ,Pauline Devore, were attending i I I Nona St. Starke
p. ; '!:;Sparks' uncle and aunt, Mr. and Fla.
Raymond E. MacBlaln to announce with Phone 13 Starke,
Tabernacle regret to business in Jacksonville JVed-'j
p. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon pastor. II i \Irs. L. E. Ratcliff Sunday.Mr. I
that the scheduled service Sunday I ICIIl'RCII Mrs. nesday of last week. I I ,
( .
Schedule of Services and _Mrs. Mack McKenzie
SUNDAYS morning with Rev. Elmo Bate- OF JESUS CHRIST I short Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starling and daughter: uewanaa, 01 .'aCK- I,, -

man, of St. Petersburg, has been LATTER DAY SAINT 'and children were in South F10ri-ls onville, spent the weekend with I -_. "":: -:: '- ,=.. .:. : '::=.. '; '=--.- _...:::..:. _. -- .,- .
Church School 11
9:45: a.m., cancelled by an announcement of j G. God- l last week with:
Services each Sunday in old Masonic i jda ,
Irs.\ McKenzie's parents, Mr. and
".m., Morning Prayer & Sermon evening the OPERATED BY ALTON DOBBS
his sudden death Monday ..relatives.Iivin .
Hall E. Calls St. ;
on Sunday
; The
Serv I rtrs. J. H. Surrency. Surren-
6:30: p.m., Young People's at his home. Rev. 14:13 B. of and Ned Privett of Jacksonville -
School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv-
I c3's: also had as guests, their granddaughter i
ice League. "The Prayer of Hannah", found 6:30 were weekend guests of'J Ji
ice p.m. Everyone welcome. I : and husband Mr. and ,
HOLY COMMUNION in the Old Testament, was the I II I i!their, brother Nelson Privett, and ,
ilrs. Mure McCloud and son of ,
1st. Sunday a.m. basis of the Sunday morning mesI I TT'YTT'Y. .... I family. I t j(] Iainesville. | Cook'sGrocery
day 7:30 sage, and "The Message of the Hand-'I Macel Privett spent Thursday '
a.m.FRIDAY II Charley Thomas of Hawthorne ]
Cross", was brought during the i a night of last week with his cou- I
BIG DAD his sister, Mrs. ;
Meditation ii i 'as'isiting Mary i
7:30 p.m. Litany evening hour. The three arms of Mrs. I sin, Johnnie Devore. Mrs. Ola
I tones and his brother, Glenn ,
8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal the Cross pointing backward i I The i IStarling and children, James '
I rhomas
Sunday. \
into the past, forward into the and [iCharles, and Geraldine, were dinner -
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratcliff had ,
Church of ChristC. future and upward to Heaven as i Happenings I: delicious guests of the Devores on Sun-
I I is guests. last week, Mrs. Rat-i
L. Overturf, Jr., Minister pointed out by the sponsor gave :J ice day. rliff's uncle and aunt, Mr. and :i

inspiration for meditation and | By Judy GreenAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAA Members of the Lawtey faculty Urs. W. A. Fowler of Alma. Ga.I I

Sunday Morning Services: Sun;\I preparation. I and i'ere in Jasper Monday attending ;j i her grandmother Mrs. Selita j PHONE 405
day School at 10 a. m. Worshi] : are new- the District Meeting of the Florida j
iL I oleman, of Starke, and also Mr. ,
service with Communion at 1 L.JBOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH i Eloise Taylor and Lavon .. I Education Association. The L.I.j.md Mrs. Harry Sterns of Starke.' Jax, Hiway We Deliver Open Thurs. Afternoons

a. m. | The Boatdrain Baptist Church |were shopping in Lake City and I' H. Futches also attended this |:md her mother, Mrs. J. F. Cren-, -- .

Sunday Evening Services be' 1 revival services will end \\ith'|the weekend. I I I I''I'meeting. j,shaw of Gainesville. j BLACK ( Limit Two) Box

ginning with Bible Classes for a!l IJ meetings tonight (Friday) and to- | Ralph, Mary and friends while J I The regular program meeting | Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdin

age groups at 6:30 and Preachin;.' morrow. The services begin at I the Charles-Marciano fight re- '''of the WMU of the First Baptist |I.spent the weekend at *Lake Curr I,

at 7:30: p. m.Wednesday. 17:15' : p.m. with Evangelist Ben Thursday night in Jacksonville.Rev. of the.: :'Church was held in the home of i:where they have a home and reported PEPPER 71f2'

Evening Praye r'Borders of Branford preaching. I J. L. Westen and Rev. J.R. (i Mrs. Milo Smith on Tuesday of ji j a splendid time.
IC. of the church, I
C. Harris pastor Morgan of Jacksonville last week. At the close of the
Meeting at 7:30 p. m. Come Woi I i I II Joe Call attended the church
ship With Us. urges everyone to attend the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'Y.'Y..'I meeting Mrs. Smith assisted byI|I meeting at Shady Grove this past

services. Norman Sunday.Mr. I Mrs. Mary Moore and Mrs. El- week, and Clyde Kelly of Brooker '

and Mrs. J. D. Carlton I nora Privett, served refreshments. 'also went with Mr. Call. Lbs
St. Edward's ChurchSunday \UXlL1.EPTIST CHURCH Church Mrs. J. G. Cox, visited Mr. The WSCS of the Methodist I' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Leferiers and GRITS S 43C
The Maxville Baptist
Mass at 9:15 a. m. Mrs. Joe Lazenby of Lake Church met in the home of Mrs. children, of Jacksonville, were the
extends cordial invitation t.* I
a arj,
Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. an f Sunday. Mae Wells on Tuesday evening of i guests of Mr. Leferiers' parents.

8:30: a. m.Children's. I annual Homecoming on Sunday, Ella Mae Gainey and last week at which time a special Mr. and Mrs. Ike Leferiers this
Class Saturday 1 1 October 3. Some fine singing spent Sunday afternoon with i held in j Lbs
prayer service was cooperation weekend.
the Duval ,, jI past i MEA l 5 43C
including Gospel
a. m. (groups l M. F. Adkins family in Chiefland.Audrey 1 I with the President's re-I Asie McKuthen, of Waldo, for-
Singers the Sunny Land Trio, and j I 1i
Parrish spent not abl !
Keystone Heights i ,quest "that the Nation spend some ;merly of Graham, was the dinner
will be A basket
(Women's Club) others present. I afternoon in Lake Butler. bl'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y.'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y. thi s !,time in special prayer for peace." guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Ed Par-
lunch will be served. Everyone in- I I Omera Gasque.spent in Jack Because;i this unable to Cans
group was
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. rish, Monday.
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. terested is invited.in good gospel singing I with her sister,. -Mrs,.Earl ( Medica bbe I together on Wednesday, it was I I TOMATOES 2 25C

Confessions before all Masses. at Dukes. sine e -decided to hold the service on Charles D. KirklandIn
i j Helen Wright spent Tuesday night. At the close of the !:

Church of God WOODLAWN BAPTIST MISSIONARY CHURCH i i in Jacksonville. I! opera.,,meeting Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Harley Florida Newsreel, MAXWELL: HOUSE (With S5.00 Order)
Betty Jean Howell spent !
to s I o: served
LAWTEY, FLA. day in Olustee and Lake City. tI I : Three Coins'PlaysSun.
The rendered by thes
10 Mor:1- was no program
Sunday School a.m. 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. I
Mrs. L. B. Hardee spent i Dixie Lily singers at the schoolt Mon. Tues.
ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Ev preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45 prayer with cancer + ., COFFEE 99c
afternoon Crews
bu auditorium on Friday night of last I
service 7 o'clock services
Y.P. song
Service 7:45 p.m., Raiford.Mr. .1 I les
ning 1:30 evening services. I though!:; j week was well attended and seems I A newsreel in which Chat
Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., ai d and Mrs. W. A. Pace : from hi s ito have been thoroughly enjoyeds D. Kirkland of Starke will appeal

Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.iLawny ]i. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS the weekend in Tampa.We [ He i ii i I I by all present. is to be shown at the Florida

CHURCH are sorry to lose Clair i and w e Joe Louis Brown of Los Angeles, I Theatre on Friday, Saturday. and

Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor aSunday Scnooi 10 a.m. enby. She is moving to Lake week. I Calif., a resident of Lawtey inn Sunday. The newsreel was taken Large
while her husband is going t I earlier was visiting here I during the Fisher Body Craftsman's TIDE E 281f2CDixie
ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Ser V Morning Service 11 a.m. I woI I years
forestry school.r ldred ]last week. j Guild Model Car Contest
7:30 Service 7:30 I
ing Saturday, : p.m. Evening p.m. of on r i
eckies is taking her place in thoffice. leivIrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrYYYYY! .thIs summer.
Prayer Meetings Wednesday peopl
Kirkland was the state and
SEVENTH DAY night 7:45: p.m. Saturday nigh! Lon
Birthdays this week were: I '" .regional winner in the contest and

ADVENTIST CHURCH 'I Carlton, Sept. 27; Evelyn nice d<;: ;he barely missed winning a national 60-oz Pkg
Services each Sabbath in t Id FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH beaut'BEILBRONN RICE I E 59CDoeskin
j I Sept. 30; Eloise Taylor, Sept. ;: : award.
Masonic: Hall on E. Call St. Sa bLA1TEY, FLA. !!Lois Coleman, Sept. 27; and :\ friend "Three Coins in the Fountain"will

bath School 2 p.m. Preachi ighs Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Elixson Sept. 24. of tnes e By Mrs. Anrel Norman play at the Florida on Sunday -

each second and fourth Sabbat 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek i Cliff Suttle spent the I andv:'e |' Monday, and Tuesday. The
Elder :Mnstert, past I r, service Wednesday 7:30 m. man'vAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAnj i in Cmea-
3 p.m. p. with his family in Virginia. (! picture is filmed in Rome For

Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.:n. A. E. Massey, pastor. [ bee: i Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt delivered ;Scope and features a star-studded FACIAL TISSUE 2 2SC
Bible School 10 A. M. '
welcome. n his
Everyone I r.n..mm..nnr.rnrHIGHLAND r I last message of the year in cast

[the Baptist Church Sunday night. I The picture is the story of three

AIR )',\nK BAPTIST IICILBRONNBAPTIST i an dWe wish him much success in histhe love stories of three American

Air Park Baptist Church: St n- CIIURCII i I! |(work next year. Rev. Milton Dukes secretaries. 2 Large Heads

day School. 9:45: a. m.; Preachi ig Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching J Mr. ar.d.will be the new pastor. I The love stories involve Clifton

Service 11 a. m.; Training Unit
6:45: pm : Preaching Service, S p.m. Preaching 7:30: p.m. Prayeis &AAAAAAAA vi:s-j I/leaving for U. of F. recently were 'I writer in Rome and Dorothy M. Lettuce 1WBANANAS
Archie Carmichael Keith Reddish Guire, who has more than a
p m Prayer meeting, Wedn ( Meeting, Wednesday 7:30: p.m. : Enj g i
Sunday school. 9:45: a. m. and Grady Varnes.to 'secretarial interest in him; Lows;
day 8 p m. i!Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor.
ship service 11 a. m. and 7:30 i I I; j Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Jourdan a suave Italian prince

...,. -.mJ-: .
each Wednesday at 7:30: p. her bu: School Association Meeting at inot his secretary but would like to Lbs

Teacher's meeting each Sunday t :u. Pine Grove Tuesday night of last be; and Rossano Brazzi Italian 3 29C

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke 6:30: p. m. Pastor E. C. chickei is week. istar making his American debut.

and J. A. Eunice, Sunday I The Intermediate Sunday School ''and Jean Peters, who is in love

:with him.
superintendent.Mr. of tl 1e I Class enjoyed a social at there

and Mrs. G. L. Sapp of wei I home of Mrs. Ruby Gaynoe, Friadday I I! YOU'LL LOVE-the new Ester- Bunches

bronn visited the Lacey :: ,j Jim h : night. After enjoying games I brook purse-size fountain pens inI CARROTS 2 25C

,Friday.Mr. Th REV. LEWIS D. HALVES Pastor .
and Mrs. E. W. Dinkins ser"- II refreshments.Last I County Telegraph.
son, Leo of Jacksonville the homee.
Tuesday evening
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I Lbs \
visiting the Lacey Norman's Nelli ,of Mrs. Darby Gaskins was they j OTICE TO APPEAR 2
day. 'I l In Circuit (Court Bradford County RED GRAPES 2SC
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Tomm i scene of a lovely stock shower Florida la Chancery.
'j Evelyn Norman of i En]!r. honoring Mrs. Marian White. A I Annie Maybell Saundcrs. Pl.iiriM I .
ville spent the weekend here wi Clarence Alexander Saumlri-. Iv-
Sir i-1 number of games were enjoyed If"ndant. ('a.-e Xo lu-oTI' Large Fresh MULLET Lb
her parents the Leonard land prizes were awarded to win- .. To .\pp..r.I .
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. mans. I I I To: dart-nee Alexander Saiinil1j -
: Harris of ners. j whose reMdence and addrr" .- I ',.
Edwin Griffis of Ft. Bragg. rel i- l After the gifts were know n.
School 9 -15 A M. Union 6:15 P.M.
Sunday : Training
C., visited friends and i Tou are hereby notified that a FISH 16cBRISKET
: ; afte brought in and Mrs. White, as- i suit for divorceI

Midweek Service Wednesday, S:00: P M here this weekend. ,sisted by Mrs. Mary Lee opened I has been filed against you in theabove
Charles i named Court and cause and
Mosley of Orange starts Ig the gifts and displayed them for I I
you are required to serve a copy of
- <' was in our I '
community Sunday. Mo:n-1 everyone to see. She received your answer or pleading to the complaint -
,- '. . I'
-- -- -- on the Attorney
Miss Estelle Green of Heilbtossied ; Pen:: !many lovely and useful gifts. Re-
., .. > I. Pandelake. Dawson & Scott 1"';
'- : Evelyn and Rathel :;it. freshments were served by the Smith Building, Jai k>n.L.i.I :
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0 man :Saturday.: i p. m. ai td ,hostesses, who were Mrs. Darby' *nd file the original In the officeof Lb

SERMON SUNDAY NIGHT Lacey Norman and Bud Wilkison | 8 p. m. i Gaskins Mrs. Martha Green Mrs. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on STEW BEEF 19C

were in Gainesville. Monday : i Ernie J.hns, and Mrs. Russell' or before: otherwise the 11 the day allegations of n.r n.i.-<'?

business. !Redding.i laid Complaint will be taken a> con
First Baptist Church Hampton Sick list: Larry Norman had [ ed by you.
to \ Mrs. Homer Stearns of Tavares i I This notice sSk'n be published Lb
misfortune of having a ball !spent several days here while her'I once each week tor four consecutiveweeks HAMBURGER 31C

him. He has been out of sch :> : Griffis is [husband made a trip to Michigan I ,Ira p 11.I In the Bradford County Tele-

"REPENTANCE AND FAITH"By several days and is under a d : in Star!ke i,|to accompany his mother home. I Dated. this 9 day of September
,tor's care. : 1954.'jlOFFICI.L
j i j Mrs. Freida Norman, Mrs. Homed SEAL) Charles A. DarbY
Pastor Merle Packham !I E. C. Harvey has been : j j rent ;er Stearns and Mrs. Ancel Nor. j Clerk of the Circuit Court ,. SIRLOIN or T-BONESTEAK I

1 ing a revival at Oak Grove for : some n i :\, .114t I') 1 i
Sunday School 10 A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. I past two weeks. I I nam es ,in Jacksonville Friday. Little Shir-i: I S 43C

i Jonell Norman spent part .' ''ley Edwards came home with then 1, NOTICE TO APPEAK '
Wed ; I la Circuit Court Bradford Ceaaty,
Night "HOUR; OF POWER" 7:30 P. M.Won't .
last week in Jacksonville \\ tnI ps :for a visit with her cousin, Caro" 1 Florldat In Chaaeerr.jSylvan : ,
; Kauke. Plaintiff. v-. <;-rlirude -
Evelyn Norman.T. I the pa st i lyn Norman. Defendant. ,

you join the crowds attending the services of this E. Pease of St. Mary's. G I | Mrs. Harvey Edwards and chil. j I Katske. Case No. H'-6.'T

Spiritual Church. A was in our community during in JacI :k-jdren: of Jacksonville were visitinj F I .Vottce To Appear 1
welcome awaits '
warm you. To: Gertrude Kat'ke, whose r-*I-
past week. I 'relatives here Sunday \dence and address is: ;5420 Uh ; OLEO 19I
Maggie Crews returned : "Wat ch Mr. and Mrs. Barney Egger. ,Avenue. Brooklyn. New York
Please note the change of time! : You are herebY notified ttiat a
Monday from Jacksonville : not sv hat and children of Jacksonville spen!t t suit for

spending several with Divorce
days M itthe weekend here with relatives.Mr
: _: _.;:::_- ::.:.=- ; =__ ___ ______.. :=.=: ==, i' ''n.ece. Mrs. has been flied against you in the I -' -- > -' '- '
Kathleen Stringer : and Mrs Marklee Normal 1 atx, *e named 1('!JuT! and causr and :':-i:: i. ::: -;:::: :'. : = = :_ =-i: \-=_ : : '. .:

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WyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvvvvvvvV'Methodist Church I Old St. Augustine Jail I Farmer's Irrigation Starke Lions Begin In.WAY CHAPEL


Lf FARMER'S Plans Homecoming System Pays Off ;Broom Sale Monday I[ Services at the Hi-Way Chapel

Service Next Week Cost In Short Time (Assemblies of God). 730 West

DIARY I Lion President Hugh B. Ingram :!:Highway 16 will be as follows:

f I Starke's First Methodist Church I A recently installed irrigation L I I I said that the Lions will begin their j Sunday: 10 a. m. Sunday

',, has designated Sunday, Oct 10. I i system has already started to annual "Brooms for the Blind" 'i i School: 11 a. m. Morning Wor-
.. The author will be glad to re- payoff
( /
ceire Items of Interest as "Homecoming and Anni'ersarJSunday. its cost to Cecil Crawford,, sale Monday. The Lions will sell !ship: 7:45: p. m. EvangelisticRally.

t. conrn4 j ," and a full day of activii who farms about four miles west'of brooms during the "Fire Prevention 1 .
Inl' the activities of farmers In
I i ties has been planned to mark the! I Lawtey. Parade" and then will make I Wednesday: 7:15 p. m. Bible
County. Suggestions
E left at the Telegraph office maybe or j I occasion.Two I DurIng the long dry spell. which a house-to-house canvass during::Study and Prayer. The 8th and

t mailed to Sam McGarvey Lawtey former pastors will deliver :has just ended Crawford was watering the afternoon and early evening. i|!3th Chapter of Re'elationsill

I the morning and evening sermons : his collards, and getting New Lion members are Bill I be t the lesson. Public invited. Pasor -
By Sam McGarveyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA to the Homecoming audience. Rev 1 new crqps of collards and turnips -I Studstill and Louis Hillendahl. !t:: Harold E. Bullock.ALVAREZ' .

I W. J. Churchwell. who ,
was at
I growing. A direct result of

I. Starke from 1944-48 will give the the irrigation was that he had I

We've heard the argument advanced -I 1l latest medicine EQ-335 which we /Mot morning address, and Rev. Benontogomery better looking collards and more I STORE Me"'sC"lhi"' I II

against the who was here from of them. than without irrigation.The Established 1894
countywide"no I g Dr. Mullins, the "vet". 1933-37 will
fence" law that if it is passed We like this stuff, because it prevents ning.Rev.. Sunday eve I M system he installed consists
ot 7-1-2 h.
il will mean more fencing cost I a reinfestation or in other a p. gasolinepoweredpump.

for cattlemen and hence higher 'words, it kills the worms there Churchwell is presently! : 3-inch aluminum pipe for
|pastor of the
Murray Hill Methodist mains. and irRentIt
prices of beef for the consumer. I the eggs and keeps flies from laying I Church in Jacksonville and ;_ and 7 sprinklers.2-inch He for irrigates laterals.an I Sell Trade

Nowadays a 40-acre improved eggs in thg wound. What a Rev. Montgomery is pastor of the j
jI area 60 feet 300
by feet at time.
pasture requires that a cattlemanuse mess it is to dose for screw-worms! First Methodist Church in Lake I a

both American fence and a S I S I ... qq' _L -..--r' --,--. j Cost of the system he said I \\m A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
I was $783 for the equipment and
barbed ground wire to keep hogs We've 11 I
got a little patch of a. m. morning service Bradford '
County's school chil. Augustine and that the jail might $85 for a 5.0-foot. 2-inch well. The Low Rates Good Results
from rooting up and ruining his Crowders coming on, and we dusted will be followed by a covered dish d ren may get a chance I Easy To Place
I to visil; be included as of
a stop on one Dump runs for about six hours
pasture. This costs about (325 them with dinner at 1
( chlordane this week to p. m. in the church'srecreation the Old St.
Augustine Jail thi i these trips. about $1 worth of gasoline. 20 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION
for wire alone based on 16 rolls of the 5fe
keep weavils from eating them room. An i year as part of
ai: educational:I
American fence at $20 per roll up. In travelling:' around the programill be given at 2:30: p. program offered by it's The jail features such old mea Crawford said that the systemhas EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2e

rolls owner,. sures of punishment as the sweatbox alread paid for a good DISCOUNT OF IS PER CENT O\ TWO OR MORE
and 4 of barbed wire at $8 County we've seen some good m. with music by various membersof .Henry L. McDan part INSERTIONS

each. If the county "no fence" patches of the church and by from bird cage head and arm of the cost, and that he plans to
groups McDaniel Kf
peas. made the invitatior I i ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND: ADS OR ADS !NOT PUD IV
law is voted cattlemen will need S SS other churches in the city. o the schools through Mrs. Mariar I L ,'stock solitary confinement, whip-I i enlarge it as soon as possible. ADVANCE

3 strands of barbed wire The evening service will I'ping posa, and scafford. MEMORIAMS CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS
only or The sweet potatoes which survived beginat Howe, executive secretary of th I I TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS, 20c Per Line

about 12 rolls costing about $96. from the long hot dry summer 7:30 p. m. with a special music I Chamber of Commerce. The: I The jail was purchased from Sft JC rings, $1.50. Bradford County Tel (COUNT 3 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

Comparing this cost to that of are just sitting and not growing program by the Methodist Youth ''students will be admitted free ol;.; ,'John's County recently and Mc I 1 egraph.
FOR S\LE--I ft'rllieland. '
1352, it seems to us that it will i off the way they should. We Choir. The public is invited to attend 'charge to the jail. Daniel plans to turn it into another : Ha ft. acre frontage open on Highway /FOR merit RENT Lights Small and furnished: apart-

cost the cattleman less for fencing dusted them with chlordane and all of these services. I School Supt. Harmon Morgan I ijst. I ::al. 4 miles north of Starke.Fixe .. $40 per month. Mrs water Titu-furnished.Olson.
I Augustine show place. The I room house, garage barn Nou.h'at...,
under a county "no fence" law that may help to get them grow- The church has set a $1,000 |said that history classes occasionally '!jail is open from 8 a.m. until 6 LET US FILE YOUR SAW poultry house. 22 orange. 10 Japanese St. Up

with no rise in cost to the beet I ing.i Now it looks like another I Ii Anniversary Day goal for a special make field trips to St,. every day p.m. persimmons. T plum trees.. 'on SAL& .Sew *$ Volume,. Punk
I except Sunday. Kt. I. Box: 24.
offering to cut down the church'smortage. I on our New FollY Lawtey. and WaKnal Kncyrlopedia
consuming public. i sorry season for sweet 'taders. I 1- I ollatoll' May be Rea.---
S S SS I Similar goals have been 1i Training Program I FOR SALE-Big Fryers Rt. !'ide"treet pIeA v... seen at 121 Teni-
met in i AUTOMATIC SAW FilER!! next to Joe's Grill on I'. S. Itp
We've got the "fever for settingcut The tomatoes Frank set out past on Anniversary 1 I 3D I. its.; FOR SAL"-lIamilton
For Guards I Plan
I' and
berries" and have been hunting I i seem to be taking hold pretty well. { Days. I I They'll cut FOU SALE-oil Circulator Heater. I (Be-neh.'40 1* in good condition $;;.2 ,

runner plants this week. We like We wish they would hurry up ando ] Raiford Prison like new when used 2 years. Cheap. Ancel Nor Linesarhnuse.seen at t'entral Truck

to raise berries and besides they d some fast growing because II Rev. George Smith filed man. Rt. 2. Box IOT-A. Starke., ltl.hs
OB our Fla. Up FOR
have been so far our best cash they'll have to do omc to beat Conducts Revival t A revolutionary program of precision ma- in town S.\L"-P.'rc.krn$8 per load.ComrHe<>ut of SUI'

cron so we have one eye on the the frost. We'll spray them with I school for guards and administra- -I II LAKE FRONT I.OTS-IOO ft. on I $10 per I"ad. Broken! concrete town!
I I chine. In a lake liy :350 plus trees !'andh..a'h. I from Old
weather and another out now for Dithane then cultivate them, and At First Presbyterians: personnel at the State Pri- Dear Mr :,atthews. I few minutes gently sloping to lake. ("all Fiillv) Jackson.Blanding 1 I on at Raiford I noticed Terms. Nine miles East of ?'tarkeon itchg 10I
will m last week's
plants. hope for the best.Watermelons I, begin Monday papei .
you'll bar Ruad 100.nna S. James.Realtor. FOR
S S I ,, with classes held at the prison. !that the people are wanting to laWS that cut Keystone Heights. Fla. rlean.S.\I-1949 low mileageOn"Chevrolet extra'.
Alice and Frank visited the The two week I get Crosby Lake cleaner truer, Phone 2501. Office 2 block South I O. W. White, own -r
will be gone after ; I training period will Cemetery cleaned behind school hu.e
II faster. Bring in of Post Office. 2tp 10/8: at Starke.
Leaton Morgans. to see if they had I his week and this was one experiment I I I be the first to be held at the prison up. Well. .I am Mrs. J. T. Johnson &oday-'oulllik. lip
any runners. but they said that I system in the South. I but our speedy W.-\XTF.n--Jub as maid or restaurant APAKTMEXT
whu-h turned out fine I I now was Jennie Andrews''I j Mnice. worker Oertrude ('arter. Rt room FOR RENT P.nd
had runners until about two weeks "Dick" Ferguson stopped in this j I The school was set up by T. S. before I married. I have two lots :2. Box 13-F.:: Starke. Fla. Up and porch living Mrs.room F. kitfhm II. bath

ago when the long spell of dry week to get one for seed. He too. j i Thomas, county superintendent'I there in the old part of the cemetery I -.-V- Walnut St. Long 403 lip

weather finally killed them. The thinks t that the strawberry melon:' I of public instruction of Union I I and I surely would be gladto All Saws ReToothedAnd A. J. Thomas, Starke. Fla. FE lit HEXT-Two bedroom hou

Morgans: said that they would haveto i i.q one of the best raised around | County, and L. F. Chapman superintendent -, help get it cleaned for I can't Filed furnished Martins Fruit Shop on-
buy their own plants this year. here. ,I of the State Prison. :go over and clean it myself any All Hand Saws 50c II %s Temnlo ti.-hs:

I S. I I Chapman invites other enforcement -/more. I just can't make the trip. 163 N. Water St. Ph. 414-W *0 ACRES improved pasture. 110

We next went over to see JJoyd The cows found a pail of watermelon I II officers in the area to attend but I will be willing to help pay I ALSO SHARPEN FOR SALE hearing "pean out trees buildings. 2 dnellinenumerou ..

Griff, as he and his brothers rind and they were having [ I the school which will cover'I?omeone to get the cemetery clean- ALL KINDS OF TOOLS, llna.r. now aadrr ron trurti>.. supply plentiful with auto.water eler

usually! have runners every year. :a good feed. until old Joy got aj: Rev. psychological social, and other ed. I Knives Scissors Etc. Prior. $>CUHMH to JUO.INMMMt. fur- R pumps!. Box 15;j 1..IMt-l.Starke Write C Lef-rh" ,
George Hoffman Smith. nl%hrd with rlrrnlatiBK heater (Pradford ('..)
factors in :
However Lloyd said that they :piece caught in her throat and j p astor of the Presbyterian Church, rehabilitating and readjusting Please let me know if they get All New Equipment i hot Mater heater elmrir ttvtr, I fehareoTJjfl
won't know until after I the of human lives. iI I rlertrir rrfrlicrratur a"d WnrliaBhlindx.
they set in choking
was process :]East started the [
on job I MAID
I Point Georgia will be the I! Dr. B. so can help \ll fur a donn pa>mrnl WAN""KP. to liv'
out whether they will have any to i i.ntil Alice went to the rescue.1,visiting preacher at the First Pres- Clyde Vedder department with my bit. CALVIN JOHNS : of *UMHN* nilb appliratlan and co on, phone pr"l1IioI'2I1... See or call Or Mar

sell. We can't gamble on that as .After Alice had dislodged the rindij:t jyterian Church for their 1954'jvangelistic of sociology. University of 465 N. Water St. r $::%O (Nt upon final cloning. to aletrraa tchg
Mrs. and an Inn an >":n.OO to
will be the instructor J.
Florida T. Johnson ,.
we have to Soon saved |
get going our- i ind Joy. by here! services Mondayhrough : I a Nimeteran..
selves. 1 and and arm down Joy's throat |It for the course. Classes will beheld Tile or hardnuod floor, carpurta
I of next - -- - -
Friday week. I ,
each xhrubkrrj and lawn includ FOR
Monday through Friday SALE
I ]Frank remarked: "If you'd had -w --w- w -- W ..
W W W -
1.Services will be held each evening : W W W :-- W ed. Thei e fconim bate three bed I
For the first time. we saw some 1 your hand down much farther | week starting at 2:30 p. m. and ruumx. hasp at least VM .q. It of

chufas which Lloyd dug and thl I:lice.. you'd have been able to['c it ordially: 7:30 p.invited.m., and the public is I''7 p. m. Each class will be held appro floor *space til ilrnignn and are of In the hoB latent..I.IIt. I Homes Under ConstructionIN
for four hours and both the ,
Ready for within twonrrk
two acre patch he has will certainly I nilk! I' Mr. smith is a native of Gaines. !I:night and the day shifts at the I to a month Built nndrr I STARKE'SNEWEST

provide a lot of *ood feed I .\rille is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I i; the direct "up.nl..I. of Ben .'.
prison will be able to take the .... !
Hall nell n builder and
for liis hogs. We understand. I 'Starke Public Library (harles Smith of that city. His ::full course. Enrolees will receive i: contractor.NeT i SUBDIVISION.
though that the hogs on chufas I iI
: g grandfather settled in Starke in
)Lists New Books ,ourse, and can receive a diploma' : Concrete Block Home In I nehaven
need a protein supplemert to make 1v 1862 but later moved to Gaines ,a certificate for completing the Clarke 91.100.00..
the best gains. I ville. I
The following new books have ;from the State Board of Education I Two bed room large ithailj lot WITH IlL TIIKSK
After finishing the University of $%.:::.".IIII. I'tinrr lawn nower J
the 160
r recently been purchased by 1 upon completion of hours. lanulaled hoof Furred ,,'.U..
When found out that we'llnot and.ne articles of furniture in-
we F I'
Florida Mr. continued Axphalt
Smith his Tile
Starke Public Library according I Chapman said that the courses cluded.Iniralur. J.I..qllte.Ido"
\\ .
be able to buy runner plants tudies and \ and Deer. Hat
in there
; ; engineering Water
o Librarian Mrs. Jeanette Young.S I i i offered to up-grade and assist Heater and Sink Fall '
here in the County we took a good I eceived his MSE degree in ad- | I or home buyer deallease Purlo. Bath (.r
(custodial personnel to be more Marke, until ClIp5 .1IIt1... W'coded
Fiction: "Dollmaker" by Arnow you ......
long look at our mother plants in d iition to his BSME. He served as I. flour t* School, Cburrbea
a mthor of Hunter's Horn; "Away I \'aiert in assisting in the task of I Chatham R18007 SKK aid Ila"Iae.. DUIrlet I
our last year's patch. We found in instructor in the engineering
,VH Boats" by Dodson, story of the re-adjusting human lives and to I
the plants to be alive in fairly .' S.chool in '29-30. From 1930-1943.1 I FlU FIAMICS
JSS Belinda; "A Time to Love ]point[ out that the responsibilities I A. J. THOMAS
good condition so we decided that t ic was employed by Shell Oil Co., !j TRADE IN YOUR 179.95 I Bedroom _
I than fT.OOO
a ind a Time to Die" by Erich (o f prison personnel go higher |.V*
we'll set out all of them and S;erving in capacities in their Jack- U.s: 4'loi.lac foul. ..._
emarque; "Mary Anne" by Da-j j just merely doing a job".. He OLD TV SET NOW I HElL EIIT.tT DEALER If PajmfBt lao.78. M. j
gamble on good results from these onville and Atlanta offices. ;
hen du Maurier "Unto a Good.8.and" vent on to say that the school Leg available at I
> ; blight .,...
I > gel Temple Telephone 214Starke. :3 Bedroom
World War II Mr..Smith See the _
wring-outs" Lots of folks tell L by Moberg immigrants j I. During I,nrill. be part of an annual training new "Cinebeam"t ....".. 92T.O*( "" .0110 MOO
that will s erved as lieutenant commander : ra cost lo.lac foal*, :Moatb-
us they produce a good i l and "Cinelens" FloridaOIJ I, Fmrmrmt .
f'rom Sweden; "Loving Meddler" program. sets 117.06.Nothing
ciop, if the season is right I It> Rosamond Marshall; "Sweet I 1:n the U. S. Navy, and he still The school was arranged through elseto "t
y folds that rank in the pay. Purchase
tJ reserves. 1,-i 1ENT-Furnished bedroomuiih
he Florida Police and
tHis [ Academy
.,fhursday" by John Steinbeck; : XOW
I klf.n privileges and T.V. Mote
Still treating the calf Rusty. .,'Royal Box" by Frances Parking- wife, the former Helen the cooperating agency in the CALL US NOW FOR PROMPT TV I t.." n.".. lady or couple at Foyer when com ,
with the, Voodbridge is a daughter of C. G. ]Florida Peace Officers Associa- I 1.tll..h "n edge of tuwn. Kt IS.
for ew-worms now t on Keyes; "Quaker Bride" by j i'
Voodbridge. who at one time ownd CONVERSION OR REPAIR WORK I Iaf..rri, ltd Itchg (
Jennifer. I U Florida is the first to
J ranet Whitney author of ; on. prison See
quite a bit of property in j jJtaike. i i nstall the in-service training : : Joseph D. Warren I"I
Tomor- ,
w.c.T.u. Non Fiction: "I'll Cry S: \ pro-// I RADIOS REPAIRED
as recommended by WARREN
r ow" by Lillian Roth; "The Mind '!gram CONST CO.
I I In 1946 Mr. Smith entered Co-I;Redder. I WINKLER All Hake All Model ,
live" by Overstreets; "Life with "umbia: Theological Seminary and j I ELECTRIC SERVICEI! teaaonable ,..1I.rcPAI.r..te"I I". O. Bo* 787 Tele 4I5WStarke
"VOr CAXT SMOKE AND he Met" by Helen Noble: "Mar- insti-1 nu!!. C. Sill;PUFRI) '
L g;raduated in 1949 from that 'M: W Tall St. Starbe Ph. :W }1a.U' .
maXKXD" EXPECT TO SIT- I I gI raret", by Marion Crawford t ution. While in the seminary. he [ \Brooker Housewife i[ 224 N. Temple Ave Phone 166 Starke Fla. I i.

CEED. Royalty) "Forty Plus and Fancy I I II"
s erved the Hogansville Ga. Pres-! / Day Nursery 1.1'1, : > \LI-l: I'i>I li.TiiiaM I':n'-her pup:
(UED GRANGE IX NATIONAL'F Yee" by Emily Kimbrough Opens -II '"- .> unit-- and I female }:2S T-It"W.\IUI-md..k, ,",..J.! pup
b ytenan Church and continued to' .. .". Starke. [ py with brownpots .. _
VOICE.) also 1 .t.I li 2' It I. 1. o .r "s
I Mrs. Young said the library s,erve it until March 191.; Mrs. Ralph Nettles of Brooker Fla.tp 1ft'I.I (about....llar..a"two months d-hd.oI[ ur<>,. n
Ip novels loss in or
lurchased sevvral mystery near Farm
Since March. 1951. he has served will revive one of her favorite I Home and Auto ,
i VK\V: .\XO8.0 PIANOS: FOK I Suppi) n Calf
of the East Point Pres- when she day Special Election Official Ballot liberal tradeitall.ttn"t' St.: I'l-ase I'bunl' da
a;; pastor _. (>astimes opens a I SALK reasonable a. night 18-J. > 20.J.
u' L L' .
byterian Cnurcn ana during iu" nursery in her home near uiFarmerS Starke Bradford I i no deluer chargei .. _up
County Florida 1-:1': term arranK..d.'rit. tot
pastorate there has helped that Market Monday.: rs.1 t J. (; i ') Dradford t'o. TVI.-Kraph' FOR SALE 75; head fat (atll-,
: A', be 10 '21!' Seen onlj l IIy appointment.
<-huii h .n the building of a beautiful -, Nettles had operated a day nursery -I I NO, __nn__ i )1. Lilly Boyer. Rt H>. Kaiford KdIKhg.

SAT. HON. ONLY new sanctuary and SundaySt.ht)1 and kindergarten in Adel. j I FOR S \LE- 'hl..k..n., !;t 2.ide
served as I Jo.-', ';r.l! nn I". S.I .
: building. He has Ga. before she came to Brooker OCTOBER 26. 1951 I.I Mrf:HIM nt-\t t" 2tp 10/1 FOR HEXT-Jo'urnl"h. apartmen;

moderator of Atlanta Presbyteryand in June to be with her husband I I just recently r..d..ora..d m-id;

has served as a representative -I'who is manager of the Brooker Signature of Initials of Is- I comeniences.new asphalt tile "ar floor-port.. ,modern

Assembly from I I Elector school!. Contact Mr. .... ne.tr
General A
to the Market. suing: Official I Electric Motors 81S SfrMahon St Phone III".-W SauN,
LADIES C that body. I Mrs. Nettles has had up to 33 I ,

The pastor of the local church. I i youngsters in her nurseries. She ------- ------------- I REWOUND AND FOR RENT_ at: R.-Unfurnished. house. lanolr .
ReW.. S. McAliley, extends a |combines her talents as a young ;i iI I SERVICEDSmall _'I'

,-oidial welcome to the communityto mother and former school teacher i iI - I LET J. n ODOH. JR.
I - - H '\OLE TOUR
PANTIES hear this outstanding preacher. ,to provide her charges with a | II Appliance Repair CtTTLR. .Af_HOGS

'I balanced diet of affection and General Machine WorkS Lite Oak- Each 4V.FS Wedaeadaf

Local Taxpayers Need I supervised play. Special Election Official Ballot I (;.1".11I. Each Friday

The children have a chance to | tt .

S 1 st Quality I[ Money More Than I do art work model with clay. Starke, Bradford County, Florida I All Work Guaranteed FOR REXT-Furnished apartment "

: Big City Brothers I play with educational toys practice I Reasonable Rates one bedroom and gla sed-ir aleep
3 Limit I j table manners. use blocks and NO_______ ing porch. large living room.
kitchen and dlnnette, 42* South
Bradford County taxpayers seem building toys. learn songs, and .SEAL St. or apply at Tuck's Auto Cafe.

Lots of Colors to read their mail more carefully :i play in a rhythm band. II i OCTOBER 26 1951 RED tf

and appreciate more the value of I Mrs. Nettles' rhythm band won Initials of Issuing I WHITE WAITRESS WANTED -

'a few dollars, than do their big ,first prize in a contest in Moultry. \ Official- ELECTRIC & 3IACHINE TCew Kingkley Beach tf ,

WASHCLOTHS city brothers in Duval County. : Ga., when she had 24 childIen in II SHOP FOR SALE 80 acre farm with roodern ,.

C Tax Collector J. R. Kelly says' the band. i iI ij house. mile :North of Law-
------------ tty on I'. S. 301, within
that he has little trouble in also mile of
j The versatile housewife has F. W. GRAUDON Humphreys :New Highland Plant.

to cash their tax: refund L found time in the past to raise* Owner Manager See owner W. R. Strickland. tfchg ;,(

chtvks Of course, he does pen a { - - - .
feeds -
most of the food that she - FOR SALE-Three bedroom house,
note on each tax refund asking the I I the children at lunch time. She 106 Washington St.-Phone 397 water and lights with nice garden ,!

(beneficiary to cash the check within i said she used to fill a 30-ft. freezer Official Ballot I Starke Fb>. pot cither and odds small and ends.out house See J. and W. \
30 Oriffif,
days. and Orange St. or write Box 1
meat -
with garden --
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1 The Duval County tax collector Special Election .I l.OL'. TRY CIHFD HAMS 4tp loll ,1
grown on her own farm. FOR SALESTARKE (
4 Limit :Maims that he has about 2.500 outstanding I ice CO. A..TED--Will pay HO per thouc-
checks from tax refunds. I Starke \ trI and: feet Preston scale for pine

0 lOc Value I He believes most of the recipents ;,W. T. Coram Named Bradford County, Florida FOU SALE-:New. t \ x i'"niretr I- log mile delivered South Lawtey to my on saw%01.mill To one be
block I II') t rmeii' II 40 i .",
per cut ft inches 1
I have thrown their check away District President OCTOBER 26, 1954 I bag :Mortar Mix ft >', ,.-r !>ag alv'the nails Pay long and cut load off
I( .. every
thinking that it is merely a receipt.I I II Bradford Engin r ng ;/Iun. 1'. W Tit urn, IU 1 I. Lawtey Fla.

A check written in 1932 for 30 (Of Teacher Group To vote for a person whose name is printed on the 94. Starke.: tf: sIp 18 ,

cents reached the bank last January I ballot mark a cross (eX) in the square at the RIGHTof

in Duval County. The hold- I W. T. Coram Jr.. principal of .
of the
name person for whom you desire to vote
We Exchange ei! cmainly took a loss on. ,Brooker Junior High was elected '
i ... : .
che.-k thI the Fourth District
since 30 cents was president of j

) We Refund lot more in 1932 than it is today. i I i,Florida Educational Assn., at a FOR COUNCILMAN: Itirnivin: FOR REAL ESTATE 'i.'i.ot

Kelly said that the longest i meeting in Jasper Monday. About k* uSTUOUT :.. .. .
We Satisfy Vote for
I, one I l'U I bewaesa pbas l""aDl lrom e.m.
check held outstanding in Bradford ,90 teachers from the Bradford : wbere.'nrIy bl&AC1nda of tJIouqlldJ of
i I Catalop circulated 1w advenla&nl ia owu 500 ,
nealpapeti. 00 IlIlh.a
I I County. was a sir-all check held for I County schools attended the meet- i: I InIb signs and throuch STROUT all City 01Lcn. UST , j' "OW lAd enjoy the bt'DdIt of STIlOUrs IIKUSflIll l'IatioW'
, 141 V.I '" i years by E. man in Tampa. .ing. I EWELL LAWSON : w..enisilll SILLS Proml/l mailed at aG free.STROUT add.tooaaJ. COlt. 1.0" UU .0 rAy. IooUa HOW'.

I CaliSt. l& ) Wnen Kelly investigated. he found I i Mrs. Helen Malone, Starke first I II ., I ... REALTY AGENCIES ,.

that the man had lost the check;;; grade teacher was elected secretary W. H. (BILL) NOEGEL I World's .
I I II Largest 0//ioj COCIt-t -COGII Ska 1m.
us.Strke. so Kelh stopped payment on it, of the association. I U?. vim OB fHOXS ,t __

issued a new check, and the books I Starke was selected as the site : I I
F. C.
were straightened out. |, for the 1955 meeting. !
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