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 8, 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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Konge, Julian C (II)

I B.f J. library K. Hlitorr

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I' Starke Faces Stern Test Against P. K. Yonge Tonight,


t Defense Shines In 7-0 Loss To Palatka Last Week TELEGRAPH

Bradford High's Tornadoes extra point was good and Palatka yard line on two line smashes by
willl Official County Publication Established Ih 1879
face their second straight led 7-0. |Clifford Martin. Palatka's line

East Coast Conference opponent j Early in the second quarter .held firm and Martin was thrown -- -

tonight (Friday) when they meet'P. Starke drove to the Palatka 12- 'for a 5-yard loss. On the fourtS VOLUME SEVENTY-SIX STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY OcrOBER 8, 1954 XtMBER THIRTEEN

K. Yonge of Gainesville at down Elder passed to Townsend i -

Bradford Park. j i Strickland, but it fell incomplete.

P. K. Yonge showed potent at- I on the goal line. I

: tensive power when they came p Following a Palatka kick Starke I I Couple Killed On Lawtey Road

from behind last week to beat jnce more threatened the home

Seatreeze! by a 21-19 score. Ed- team's goal. Elder fumbled on a j ,

win Johns, P. K. Yonge track star, keep play from the Palatka '18

scored all three touchdowns yard-line and Palatka recovered i ion

Starke fought gamely' against their own 14. I Clues Point To Murder'SuicideCounty

Palatka in their 7-0 defeat last The second half was played in I .

week. The solid Tornad line ,midfield with neither team muster- !

kegt Palatka in check on the ing a sustained offensive.

ground Cheshire completed but quarterback a 21 yard Terry toss pleased Coach with James his Hobbs team's said showing'he was ,I Commission Adopts Policies .|: No Final. Verdict On Deaths Expected Until Powder

to Charlie Williams for a touch- against the favored Palatka eleven. ; Burn Tests Of Victim's Hands Are
Completed Week
down. He praised his team for its defensive -i, To Permit Better Control of Purchases ,:
Palatka's score came early in work. I i

the first quarter on their second I Hobbs said Fullback Stanley ; A recently married army couple's 10-day Florida holiday was ended suddenly on a lone
With the aim of better control Passed a resolution
series of downs. Palatka recovered Hark the spark plug for Starke's of .I the $1.000,000 approving.,, ly stretch of Bradford County road. Both M-Sgt. James C. Chamblee and his wife. Elsie
fumble! Quarterback of county purchases, the Board road bond issue, .
DeWayne a Elder on their own 45- running game, may see limited ,County Commissioners, in their 'I'.which pledges the county's sur- I i.I I Hilleary Chamblee were killed by a .22 calibre target pistol fired at their heads at close
action against P. K. Yonge tonight. I I '
yard line. On the second play first meeting of the new budget iplus gasoline funds; this resolu- range.
from rimmage, Palatka's Halfback Clark has been sidelined by a year, on :Monday adopted a system -'I tion superseded one passed some 1 I Sheriff P. D. Reddish said on preliminary investigation that Chamblee evidently shot

Hardenburgh broke loose season sprained ankle suffered in a pre of purchase orders, whereby months ago.Approved. I his wife and then turned the gun on himself. Each was shot only once. Both local ana-

for a 20-yard run. DeWayne Palatka scrimmage.l led Starke in first 'I I every purchase exceeding $10 will :: the bond of Winton army enforcement officials are awaiting the results of a paraffin test taken from the
have to be covered by an author- Parrish deputy sheriff. hands of the victims before drawing definite conclusions.
Elder was the final. man to try ;, any
downs, 9 to 7 in
; yards rushing. ,,. ____ I __ .
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for him, and Elder's tackle kept : 247 to 96; and in yards passing, !i'i cu wiu i. I I II u powaer ourns were to appear

him from scoring. Three plays 39 to 15.Bradford. i In another action the Board \ on the hands of both victims,

later Hardenburgh sped for nine High yards from I authorized Clerk Charles A. Daiby \W. B. SEWELL% RETIRES AS PRESIDENT OF BANK 'double'their death could be ruled as a

more yards only to be stopped by : scnmmage: Sidney Jackson, 7 in I'to have the lot and building where ;( suicide. If powder burns

Safetyman Elder. 1 tries; Harold Godwin, 31 in 8 :county equipment is kept fenced'' appear on only Chamblee's hands,
Then Kenneth Elder has been standout in. This is done to out the
Cheshire picked a flaw in a tries; Clifford Martin, 52 in 14 I being keep murder-suicide opinion is

Starke's defense and passed to on Starke's mighty defenshe tries: and DeWayne Elder, 52 in 'trespassers and vandals who have __ probably correct. If powder burns
Williams for an easy score. The !ine this year. I 14 tries. i damaged county equipment in the appear on neither victim a
'!past. ble third
party and a double

City Council Lets First Contract I First Methodist Holds I Another move toward more der would be introduced into mur-the
I case
economy efficiency county
Homecoming Service I II business involved the Most
I In I I indications seem to bear
Major Improvements To Utilities of county trucks and vehicles. so out the murder-suicide
The'First Methodist Church of opinion
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that all purchases of gasoline oil There
i ': no signs
Starke's City Council took its I tund to the 'Staike is having its annual struggle
depleted general fund. :and supplies can be charged to- at he death
first concrete steps in bringing up i The Council agreed to place "Homecoming: and Anniversary" ,I'ward specific pieces of equipment.In s- was apparently driven and the car
to date the city's utilities this j Dog Catcher Oscar Waters Sunday, and a full day of activities to an isolated -
on a
a discussion of where and imation on the old
week when they authorized C. B.I I two week's has been planned. |i .) Starke-
vacation to see if the why thes county buys its gasoline I Lawter ad
JlcCaitney of St. Petersburg to city is relatively free from dogs. | Morning! Worship service will:oils, and other supplies, R. E. purpose the killing.expressly for the
make a detailed survey of thecity's Waters billed the city for 72 be conducted at 11 a. m. by Rev. i i Blood
Jones, superintendent, stated that stains
W. J. Churchwell, a former ; scene indicate -
electrical distribution pas-
sys ,dogs during the month of Septeinher there are only a few service stations that neither
tor of the church and now presently i 4LJ body was moved
tem. The move climaxed four !
at $3
per catch plus feeding in this area capable of hand- aftei the shooting.
months of general discussion and : pastor of the Murray Hill Methodist -, Both bodies
j ling the county's business, as lay within a foot of each
A 'special offering other
of city improve-
investigation The Council discussed the fact I some of it involves the changing and were in perfect
ments. 'I with a goal of $1,000.00 will be alignment,
McCartney asked a flat fee of that Waters has claimed over 200 ::taken to be used for the church's :of tires on grading equipment a',': S. L Peek, Jr., (left) new president of the floriMOVES IT TilE LADDER C. E. Hernwall Mrs. Chamblee was shot throuj-
!catches since he was employed in job requiring two or three men : da Bank at Starke receives the left side of
j the congratulations of and Bill received the
$3,000 for the survey of the distribution mortgage. |I Epps promotions at the Florida head and fell,
,July, and they that the at a time. He stated
agreed > that it would or
system. His work will Following the morning service W. B. Sew ell, retiring president. Peek worked his Bank at Starke upon the retirement of W. B. was laid, near the rear of the
I menace of stray dogs has been | not be fair to the 'parked
include specific plans for immediate a basket dinner will be served in I way up from teller in the bank and has served as Sen"ell. Hernwall is now serving as cashier and car. Her feet were facing
considerably reduced. part of the county's business to (toward
improvements and general I the recreation hall. its cashier since 1940. Epps as assistant cashier. middle of the road,
City Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. one service station, and then ask I and her left
planning for the city's future I An all-musical program will be I foot was under the,
swore in James A. Lewis and another to do the difficult work. car's -- -
i rear
needs given at 2 p. m. in the sanctuary : bumper. Her dress was

The Councilmen also agreed to Luc'an O. Hazen as Councilmen. I of the church. A varied programhas Commissioner Bishop declared W. B. Sewell, who has baen president president of the Florida Bank at Sewell also retired as Bradford smoothed out, her feet were together

draw up a general set of specifications Lewis was elected temporary chair- been planned with solos, duets, I that any businessman who wishes of the Florida Bank at'! Starke. He is a home town man, I County: chairman of the Savings and her arms were folded -

for two power generators man of the Council until a special mixed quartets, and choir num- to sell to the Board should appearat |Starke since January, 1940, re and he is well qualified and capa- Bonds Committee.: R. L. Markham, I on her chest. She had small

of from 700 k.w. to 1050 k.w.1 election determines whether Ewell any meeting and bid for couifcy I linquished the reigns to CashierS. I ble to carry on the policies established state director of the sSaving 'bruises on the left side of her

each. Light plant records seem Lawson or W. H. (Bill) Noegel !bers.The evening service will begin business, on the basis that the L. Peek Jr. and announced his by the Florida State Bonds Committee, awarded Sewell I ankles where she may have struck

to indicate that two additional I will become the fifth member of ,'at 7::30 p. m. With two special I Board, like any good business concern I retirement this week. I Banks". I with an engrossed copy of the the car.

generators of about 900 k.w. ,the Council. I'numbers by the youth choir composed will buy on a competitive Sew lI said his immediate plans I Sewell opened the bank at Starke I;"Eisenhower Prayer." frpM : Chamblee lay to the outside of

would provide Starke's power needs I M. G. MacMillian presented the \ of over 20 voices. Miss Babs \basis. were to stay in Starke, and he will as cashier in March 1937. Peek .1 I I wood from the inaugural! platform his wife from the car. He was

for at least 10 years. city with a new map that includesthe Lance, a member of the choir, In other actions, the Board: probably devote more time to his began working for the bank the as a reminder 0[' his years: shot in the right side of the head .

The Council 'requested, that new city limits. will sing a solo. Approved charges presented by church work at the First Method-J following month .as trUer, aial i withthe savings bonds"program.' near the ear 7'He was in perfect

ArehThornakt.the Coun. ( Rev -Montgomery, pastor Hollis V. Knight countjrattorney, ist Church. (rose to assistant cashfo; Sewell was !alignment with her if
.. JKPeX! Wasdin, ell _.superintendent<< ,, __ ::11 presented with a set as he had
and S. R. Hicks street supervisor 1.cilmen that homes in the Saratoga i of the church at Starke from totaling $4,900 for services in Sewell said of his successor: |months later. He was named cashier of matching luggage from the !lain down beside her before taking

prepare reports showing how much 'Heights subdivision will be ready 1933-37 and now at the First connection with procurement of I am highly pleased with the ''I when Sewell was moved up to Board of Directors and officers of his own life. The gun was restingon

money the city spent on recent for occupants as soon as sewer !i I Methodist Church at Lake City, rigtts-of-way and other legal mat- selection of S. L. Peek as the new president. the bank.BPW I his chest. He made several

street improvements programs.The and water lines are installed. He II I will bring the evening message. !ters. I sighs after the, bodies---,-- WPrP.,--- "h.--..
money spent will then be said one-half of the houses will be The public is invited to attend I Tabled for further considerationthe I I. covered which establishes the fact

transferred from the city's paving (complete in six weeks. ''all services. \ one-man petition signed by Funeral ServicesFor Starke Jaycees Sponsors Ground that he was the last to die.

:;'H. L. Hough that a clock for the J. E. LoadholtzFuneral Hear Fire Chief I Observer Corps Unit Mrs. Chamblee's shoes were in
tower of the courthouse be in- the back seat of the car. The
i stalled. services were held last :I! Starke's Junior Chamber ofI I Starke's chapter of the Busi-I I trunk was open as if the gun

'- Discussed the problem of addi- Saturday for James Everett Load- I Commerce will learn more about!I ness and Professional Women will were taken from it. The car keys

I : tional help needed on the county jholtz, 46, who was killed in an ,the state and national program of j mark Business Woman's Week ,were in the trunk.

1r toad crew to take down fencesas automobile accident near Lake City :the JayCees from representatives ,Sunday .by attending St. Edward's Robbery was ruled out as a motive

-J part of the road building pro while enroute to work. Loadholtz ,10( the Jacksonville chapter next (!.Catholic Church in a group. since Chamblee had $89.23in

gram. a life-bng resident of Lawtey.was ,Thursday night at the American j jj I On Monday the group will spon- his pocket and the woman still

IzarJ r Approved the purchase of two one of the most highly dec- j Legion Hall. The business meet-I I I sor the formation of a Ground wore her jewelry. Suitcases. clothing -
: orated in Bradford and two of
glass doors for 'the office of J. R. service men i|ing and program will last from Observer Corps unit in Starke. pints whiskey. one
I in World War II. opened and about
County three-fourths
Kelly. tax collector who has purchased 17:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. I S-Sgt. Hancel Duke and S-Sgt
an air i Loadholtz was born on October I Griffin of Jacksonville will full. were found on the front seat.
conditioning system The Jacksonville chapter has Joseph !
( 'rom his own funds. i 21, 1907, to the late Sheldon one of the outstanding JayCee be on the courthouse lawn all day Neighbors and relatives can
Herndon Loadholtz and Laomi I think of no motive. to drive Cham-
Referred to Hollis V. Knight the i chapters in the nation and they i;Monday to explain and sign upapplicants iblee I,
natter of defending the county's j i'Loadholtz Mosley who now livesat i: sponsored the forming of the I. for the post. The ser- I to the desperate act They

,/ nterests in the suit brought by Lawtey. He sensed as a tank ''Starke chapter. geants will go into further details 'were described as model neighbors -
y' ne railroads to have the increased] |commander in the Second Armored I and show movies at 8 p. m. in the althought they did drink uponoccasions.
I Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter told .
HV assessments declared invalid. j Division during World War II. I 'COUl thQuse.

ft) was brought out that the, Loadholtz fought in battles in of Starke's major strengths and The Ground Observer unit is Army officials investigated their
weaknesses in
-muni of money involved, about French Morocco. Sicily. Normandy. combating fire at of the Civilian Defense I home and found no indication
|part pro-
last night's (Thursday of
i irteeting
M: .000. divided between the Board Northern France, Ardennes. Rhineland :gram of the BPW. The BPW clubis (there that the couple planned anything -
,the JayCees.
nnd the School Board, was not I and Germany. His. decorations -i part of the Junior Carpenter Chamber's spoke"Fire as forming the unit at the request j other than a pleasant 10-
large enough t include European. African : |day holiday.
> justify spending Prevention Week" : -)f the State Ground Observer
i Middle Eastern theatre ribbons program. 1 Both of the
large sum for legal victims suffered
expenses. Corps. The state wants Starke to
was decided to refer the matter !|with e'ght bronze stars. the Amer- Carpenter gaw: a "straight from i fill the gap between their Waldo 'from minor ailments, but they

nirrher to the.Attorney General]I I.I ican Defense Service Rifcbon. and the shoulder talk" on Starke's fire i and Lawtey posts. were not considered serious enough .

R XV. Ervin. ,the Good Conduct MedaL 'i plugs, water lines, fire alarm I! to cause suicide. Chamblee suffered -

Services were held in the De-1 i procedures and traffic congestion from bronchitis. and Mrs.
Lions '
_- _Early Settings Show i iWitt C. Jones Chapel with the |, at fires. jStarke Will Chamblee had sinus trouble.

I Rev. (? F. Cumbee Jr.. pastor of The club installed the following .Sell More Brooms Chamblee was aIM reported concerned -

---- ( .. Strawberry Crop 'the Lawtey Methodist Church. officers last night following last over his wife's drinking

Li;, -- Down 50 Per Cent I officiating. Interment followed in week's election: Jack Detweiler. Starke's Lions Club will con- The ChamKees! were married in

_J" -' _________ -.- --. e-_ I the Lawtey Cemetery. Military I president; Tom Casey, first vice- .imie its broom sale next week March following Chamblee's di-

I t n'v' about half as many straw I'ervices at the grave were conducted president; Joe Gray, second vice- for its sight conservation program. vorre from a former wife fham-

or \ plants set out this year. as by the JonesLangfordi presdcnt; ; Randall Chitty, secretary The brooms are made by blind blee had five children by the form

I \ ___ __ 'ompared with last is the unofficial i post of the American ; G. J. :McGriff Jr., treasurer; persons, and the money collected er marriage.
fore'ast.as of this week. ,Legion. lad Doyle Conner Harry Green goes to them and to the Lion's Chamblee was stationed at Camp

Last year the estimated planting Surviving besides his motherre and Shepard Faber board of fund for buying glasses for needy Stewart, Ga. He and his wife were

"as. 300 acres, but several grow: a son, James Everett Helms of ,directors. school
ers doubt that the figure ever was Jacksonville; a step-brother. R. '! ,Stewart whon--- IK...,.;. _\.hL

reached.J |W. Moseley Jr. of Lawtey; a step- Parade Emphasizes Fire Danger I Place. They were going snooting to took visit

B. Gaskins has set out 65.000.. sister, :Mrs. Jack Reynolds of Jack- Mrs. Chamblee's mother

Battling Keystone Heights volunteer firemen are silhouetted against 20 to 50 ft. flames in their. Leaton Morgan has set out a plant.. sonville; and three aunts. Mrs. P V. .-- U'i I land.A. in Chief-

gallant effort to sate the Keystone Inn. The fire was extinguished through the combined efforts oi ing, and many other growers.. ''L. Dinkins Sr. of Lawtey Mrs J coroner's jury Of M, T. Warren

four fire departments large and small, have alreadyset: G. Teston of Jacksonville and ,, 4I. Berry Dyal. David H -
_ _ Simpson
of Jacksonville v : .
,out some plants. .Mrs. Cassie Mott Frank Hemingwav.
N A raging fire swept through the the time of the fire. Page was used portion of the hotel. The i I Runner plants are scarce in the : Active pallbearers were: C tt Edwards, and Robert Green Vht

third floor of the historic KeystoneInn not in the hotel! when the fire third floor rooms were rarely County. A number of growers 'Carter. George Shuford. Hubert -" sworn in by County Judge Theron was

Sunday night bringing near broke out. used for hotel guests. although including Ira Wilson. Pete Griffis J{Priest, Herb Thomas! James L I 1. A. Yawn. The jury will deliver

iuin >o the colorful old landmark. I'I *The fire was noticed at about they were occasionally rented to and others did make some runners, I,Waters, and Phillip Shuford verdict until they examine the report no-

Fire destroyed much of the third I'19 p.m. by a passerby who notified roomers. !but with extremely dry weather f-il on the paraffin tests

floor and water damage to the I,I the Keystone Heights volunteer The hotel was built by John relatively few runners took root Chris Carratt SpeaksTo I / The money has been Impound

lowet! floors! may make re-opening :'fire I department The firemen arrived Lawrence in the 1920's and had and grew. Prices quoted for plantsat a.- / by Judge Yawn tut smr-p neithe
the 3s room Inn rather costly. ,, the and, after. Plant City and Webster are $5 Legion Tuesday -- victim _
i on scene seeing its formal opening on Jan. I, 192-1. --- was a resident of Bradford
Kf ysione Heights Fire Chief C. '' the extent of the blaze, called !Its anniversaries were marked by tor Missionaries and $7.50 for } : ; County he has no legal authority
J Bastcdo. who directed the desperate Florida 90's.Starke i Chris Carratt, who served with ,. !\
for aid to Starke. Melrose and New Year's Eve open houses and I' ks :m to administer the estate Since I
tight by four fire depart- ;Gainesville. 'dinner dances until the Inn was Market Manager M. F. ,the Greek guerrilla army and later ,u4qs.1 (. .... Sill IIU'I there are already conflicting
ments to halt the blaze, said his Judd forecasts that there will be with British intelligence in I I claims !
I The Keystone volunteers held partially closed a few years ago. I over the ownership of the "
"rough estimate" of the damagewas : fewer plants set out this year, 'Greece, will speak to the American t9L -..
i the fire in check until the other The Inn has servedas the con- : money, Judge Yawn will not
I release -
about 25000. The loss was but looks for a good late in their Tuesday night I
j departments arrived but it required -!:vention site for the National Fed pretty Legion tEIOC1i it without a court order
reportedly well covered by insurance -| the services of the Starke !eration of Woman's Clubs. Uni- setting. I'meeting at 7:30 p. m. "ii if from a court with proper jurisdiction I,
Luther Hilliard stated this week
Carratt's parents manage
:and Melrose trucks to make any i iversity oi Florida fraternity parities i : or a suit is filed against the
The Inn was owned by William the fire. The that he intends to set out about Park Theatre. Carratt served as 3
j t headway against I and as a hide-away for theUniversity i county by the heirs.IChildren's .
F LaMorte of New York City, 70,000 in a few weeks, if faculty
Gainesville Fire Department ar- plants a member of the Stetson i
i football team the LIVES
owner of a fire proof building 'rived near the end of the fire to 1 on possible. It is understood that last year. He has a Bachelor of SEEK(

materials firm who was in Keystone : help administer the finishing .eve The of big colorful Homecoming of games.the Inn;;Ossie Cason. as well as many !Science degree in economics from 1ST ORi [ Committee I
Heights Saturday trying to touches. | i other growers, plans to set out Stetson, a Master's Degree from I I
'will be covered in full in the Telegraph's
negotiate the sale of the Inn. He plants. j' the University The Bradford County Children's
Bastedo said that the new Sea- I Tulane, and a PHD from [
flew back to New York several 75th Anniversary Edition I,i Several good rains put "water in of Florida. .: (Committee will meet Tuesday [
that the I
hours before the fire began Sunday graves pumper Keystonefire : .i on. Nov. 12. !the ditches" around the Lawtey ; I i -Polaroid l-llinute Photo by the Telegraph I noon. Oct. 12 at_ the Methodist ;
received in-August
LaMorte reportedly paid prevented department the hotel from total |area, which is accepted as a sign j Recent Birth: Fireman C. J. Schaeffer and his daughter, Nora, are pictured on i Recreation Hall. ;
$ o,000 for the Inn six years ago 1 CAP Meeting i of sufficient moisture in the soil ''a Judge T. A. Yawn Jr. will be
the Junior
loss. Most of the hose on the old L| : float sponsored by Chamber of Commerce in the Fire i
plus additional $40,000 ia repairs. I jto set berries, and those with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter of the speaker and will talk on juvenile ,
,fire truck was so rotted that it { Prevention parade Monday. Other entries were the city police, mayor,,
George Alderman said only one !i There will be a meeting of the plants probably' will be watching .Maxville are the happy paren of pI Court. ,
roomer, Gerald Page of Moultrie, :was unserviceable. (Civil Air Patrol at Keystone Air- :the weather for another rainy a daughter born Oct. 5 in the.I fire department, National Guard unit, school board, Farm Home and I 1 I Members will note the change !

Ga,. was staying in the hotel at The fire broke out in a little park, Friday (today) at 8 p.m. spell to commence setting. Starke Maternity Hospital. Auto Supply, and American Legion. 'of date from Monday to Tuesday. [

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FLORIDA.-WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD HIGHLAND PINE LEVELby : LONG BRANCH i:and Tuesday check morning up on the for operation a redressing on :j J

Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under By Sirs. Lacy Norman !Mrs. II. 11.Idtae by Mrs. J. L, Strickland j j the ear and leg where the skin'' RICH

the Act of March 3, 1879. &......&........&....... I' &....................... and Jimmy Lang i'Will was taken report to again graft next on week the ear..the' TOP SOIL

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ASSOCIATION a .. ... progress made toward .
Sunday School recovery.ILiMPTON'
I E. Hall
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Worship Services 11 a. m. and his regular appointment at Pine We do not know words to ex- : i;

1$ There Money In Ten Cent Beef? 7:30: p. m. each Sunday. Prayer,j Level Baptist Church last Sunday press our joy at being home again, j fI1RISTi.l.CIICRCH BILL JACKSONJackson
I Meeting at 7:30 each Wednesday. !;mornmg and evening which I believe and we thank our friends and Bible
Teacher's meeting each was enjoyed by I School 10 a. m.; Worship Transfer CompanyPhone
Sunday at everyone neighbors for the interest and love
"Plan your operations for ten cent beef, should have been getting fat in preparationfor 6:30 p. m. Pastor E. C. Harvey present. We had a good attendance ;,shown during the operation and j 6:30 Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program : 165TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTTTTTTyTTTTTT

F.V.. Parvin assistant director Florida the cold weather and poorer feed ahead and Sunday School Supt. J. A. iat Sunday School. i convalescence Mr. Strickland We j p. m. Evening Service 8 J
p. m.Bro.
Agricultural Extension Service, recently tolda One cattleman we questioned about this Eunice |, :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp of never know how many friends we y.------J. B. Dixon. pastor. '
group of cattlemen assembled at the First verified it by saying that he saw cattle that I New officers and teachers for Heilbronn section were dinner have until we need help or conso- r i

Annual Cattlemen's Institute."If had lost 100 pounds because. of the water the coming year: T. T. Blackburn, [guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. btci :,lation. We arrived home Saturday j

your operation could stand three consecutive shortage this year. (clerk and treasurer; Maudie Smith, |IRa: i ii !morning, and we must say home: E BUDGET

years of ten cent beef, then you One stockman, looking ahead to the winter A.secretary of the Sunday School; J. i Mr. and :Mrs. L. L. Conner of never looked so sweet to us before j; ,
could safely consider that it is wisely man- feeding period, culled out his cattle and sold !| Sunday School superintendent :'Starke were dinner guests of :Mr. '!in life. We have always loved i

aged", he continued. "Too many of us have the inferior stock, so as to give the others Nellie Wilkinson; E. C. Harvey, pastor; and Mrs. J. L. Conner and family home and it has meant more to M 4g LOANS 3

come to realize that there is a lot more to the benefit of all available feed. He also I woman's class and Ann Harvey, and were among those who attended .us than any place on earth but it i, .
; E. C. Harvey, the Singing Convention is dearer to us now than i I .
at ever.
ranching than romance the present price sold some heifers along with his steers, on men's class. '
scale makes us realize that it is and should the basis that his producing cows will brincah'es g Sinnie Prescott, Johnstown Sunday afternoon. '( There were so many friends I t
than the heifers which will young people; The H. M. McRaes were dinner:,who came to the hospital to see PAY DAY LOANS
be a sound business, and not just a way and cheaper Ona Hardee and Frances Eunice, Even ,'I I.I
guests of Mrs. Sue Myrick Sun !lus some we do not know
take three before start .
means of speculating. two or years they intermediates; Daisy Bok, II 'too
juniorirls day at Starke also visited Mr. and well came to see 4118. The
Our first reaction upon reading this state- paying off.Here's ; Bill Pendarvis, Junior boys; Mrs. Warren Kelly and Mrs. Mar-!WJI.S. of the Long Branch church

ment was can Bradford County stockmen how an unofficial spokesman sees Iris Pendarvis, primary boys; gie Underhill. ,sent such beautiful flowers also
produce cattle and sell at this price at a the feeding period ahead. There has beena bits. Lock, primary ?irls; Evelyn M. |the church donated nice orterin.. E
H. McRae : ., TO
was the dinner, $25
profit? We questioned Representative Doyle short in the well Norman, beginners. ;which did $300
corn crop County, as ain S guest of his sister, Mrs. Margie'I we not? expect. We have
,Conner as a typical cattleman, and here's nearby areas, so corn will be scarce. Cottonseed Griffis Everlyn Norma- and Janette I Underbill Monday. ;;not been able to attend the church

his answer: meal is now selling at about $70 a I with their spent the weekend home i Mr. and Mrs V. E. 'for so long but, these dear people ; *

"Under certain circumstances, I think it ton but it is expected that the price will Mr. and parents.Mrs.: 'I Mrs. Glen Conner, and Thornton Vernon;i!remembered us in our trouble and' Prompt ... Courteous ...
is possible to make money on ten cent beef, soon start climbing Citrus molasses has Heilbronn D ck Starling of Crosby helped; us when we needed help. :,
were evening dinner
providing the cattleman's pastures have been come down in price now that the governmenthas Leonard and were visitors of th eat II( Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner guests at (,We do thank them and all others !! E Confidential Service
Lacey Normans
established and paid for and if he has good stopped buying molasses, and may bea ': Sun their home in Starke Tuesday who have remembered us in any E

stock that is well managed. good bet for those equipped to handle it. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Marvin Thompsonand night of last week. After the eve- j I way prayers and and helped thoughts us through their ,J MARION FINANCE COMPANY

"However, if the cattleman has to borrow Recent rains will improve the grass somewhat granddaughter, Ann Rosier, ning meal Mrs. Conner accompaI ;I blood. helping financially as't'll as :,

the money to clear, work, fertilize, and seed but with cooler weather and shorterdays of Jacksonville visited the Lacey nied I them to Callahan for a short ;ing us while in the hospital.or From visit- EMERGENCY CALL COLLECT
then he will be such lot slower. Normans Saturday. I visit with Mr. and Mrs.: Claude!
pasture, working on a grass grows a i ;Saturday morning until Monday PHONE 5333 Gainesville
narrow margin that any one factor may Those who have tried feeding cottonseed' E. C. Harvey returned Saturday I Ganus., .i,morning there were 27 friends Or write P. 0. Box 446, 218 W. Ave.
throw him for a loss." meal, common salt, plus an abundance of from Tampa where he at I Evening dinner guests of the H. here to see us.Ve were pleased
tended the state convention Sun 1\:: [. McRae Saturday were Mr. ,,to have Gainesville, Fla.
Conner feels that the beef economists who water say that is has helped their cows all these friends with us. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYY
forecast a low market for a considerabletime through previous winters. day School Rally. I and Mrs. Gerald D. Griffis of;; We wish especially to thank

may be wrong. He believes that the Observers say that an early winter will 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Normanwere ,I Camp Blanding and Mr. and Mrs. .Dr. Covington and Miss Gra,-e

cycle of beef prices may hit a low mark some seriously hurt the cattle industry in our in. Jacksonville Saturday;,V. E. Thornton. |'Horn for the efforts they put in OPERATED BY ALTON DOBBS
time next year, but then they will start to County. l evening.A thought for the j Mr. and Mrs. B. M. eMcRa'i getting us.in the hospital and get
II week: "Thisis i,and mother were dinner guests of ting this work done. We do not
swing He out that Sometimes the intoa
upward. points an un more a person goes our Cod forever and ;
ever. JMr. and Mrs. know
i Robert words to thank '
Myrick Mon- the doctors.
usual situation exists now in that feeder situation, the more confused he becomes.we .Psalms 48:14.: i I ,
I day. ,!nurses and aids in Tumor Clinic
prices are lower than finished prices. agree, doubtfully, that a stockman might I
I Rev. and Mrs. W. 'of the Duval Medical Center for
I E.
We, have noticed in our trips about the squeeze by on ten cent beef, but wonder CYTTYYTTTTTTTYTTTTTYTTYIjBAYLESS .visiting Mrs. Moiiie Hall were the kindnes and medical attention 00 8

County that some cattle appear to have lost how come we still have to buy high priced 'I Jacksonville: Monday and Alvarez i in We will never forget the kindnessof

weierht during the summer just when they steaks? : TOY I I\ ( night with- their son-in-spentMonday these people and will continue

TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYT' I law and daughter Ref and airs t.o pray God's blessings on them

I by Mrs. O. E. Crosby |j. B. Munhee at Hilliard. 'land j their work for the comfort of

+' BROOKER I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj ) The wedding bells are still ring-i mankind. Grocery
i ing. We will know more about Our nephew, Russel Hornsby

1 Sa. j i Rev. H. C. Martin filled his regular '(I that next week. i iI ii from Starke spent the day with us

By Polly Wait Jr. !. appointment at Bayless Highway i I I I Sunday. This is the first time PHONE 405

uw.u.u.u..uu.i .j [ Sunday morning and evening. !I FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH ;i Russel has visited us since I have Jax Hiway We Deliver Open Thurs. Afternoons
i The time of Training Union and I, LAWTEY, FLA. ;:been in Florida. We did enjoy -

/ Brooker P. T. A. met I prayer meeting has been set up to I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching his visit and invite him back again (Limit One
j Thursday night in the school 5:30 p.m., for Training Union and 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweekservice He and his uncle Jim talked ) 5 Ib bag

a, I j, lunchroom with the president Irs. 7:30 p.m. for prayer meeting. !! Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. church all day and we are always

i Zulene Harrell, presiding. New o Everyone is invited to attend. I A. E. Massey pastor. glad to hear talk of this kind.
J1fC ''ficers for this year are as follows: Mrs. I' Bible Jimmie SUGAR 45CCOCA
I i T. N. Norman was hostess School-10 A. M. i' Wilkinson is stationed
President, :Mrs. Zulene Harrell; j Saturday Ft. McPherson,
[I night at a miscellaneousisnower -- at Ga. was home
Vice president, Mrs.:: Ressie Carlton for the weekend.
I honoring Mrs. CharlesI ALL TYPES OF
;; Secretary, :Mrs. H. H. Mott; Newman -
I i and Mrs. Buie Crosby Mrs. Irene Padgett own the
and treasurer, Mrs. J. W. Kelley. !j recent brides. Games = PEST CONTROL
were enjoy sick list yet this week. Gertie
Plans for d'scussed.the Hallowe'en Carnival I ed during the evening. The two Faircloth visited her daughter 6 hot Ctn CDIXIE

were I honor: guests received many lov eTERMITES Irene to check on her health She COLA 21
Refreshments were served by
i Refreshments is unable bd .
were served to be out of >et but
the hostesses, :Mrs. M. D. illby I the Household Commercial
I hostess. Genie is fx ill to care for her
|1111's.. Zulene Harrell, Mrs. Buddy I GROVE SPRAYING
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Faircloth isn't feeling too LILYFLOUR .
Ralph Philman
Russ and :Mrs. G. W. Davis.
Call for estimate
ICE CREAHere's !iJr. and son, Dennis, and well tkis week.
Guests of the W. E. Bighams mother Lb
Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. I|''Mrs. Alien Moorer of Tampa, and i Florida Pest Control 1 Seems there has been quite a 1 0 Bag $1'05
'Mrs. ,
real Dutch treat- W.

a Barnie Ace and friends of Tampa. 'I Q. Ward enjoyed a trip bit of rain here since we have been I
Borden's Dutch Chocolate Ice Cream },[r. and Mrs. M. C. Maxwell of I to the mountains last week. They I & Chemical Co. in Jacksonville. We sure needed
made with the special kind of velvety- I I also attended the the rain, could
6035 to
(I Daytona Beach ware dinner guests Grand Ole Oprey 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. use more bring NORTHERN
rich chocolate only the Dutch can shown in Tennessee 'I the water in wells.
!of the G. E. Green family Sunday. Saturday Gainesville, rfa.I up our Maybe
I make! Specially imported byBorden's The Brooker Baptist Church'j,night. Heard they had a lovely lour land will soon be wet enough Rolls

now it's yours to enjoyin held Baptism at ;Mill Branch Sun ,time. I TISSUE 2 1SC

Borden's Dutch ChocolateIce ,or day afternoon at 3 o clock. The I Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Mrs. J. R. l IQ.eriiesou I

Cream! Buy sow today! t t Reverend Stalling performed the i Kelly, and Misses Beverly J) Cros- I,
I' Marsh"BlindtMan's"
where I
y= '. Baptism. Those who were baptisedwere ty, Martha Winkler, and Bernice From sit... fy Joe 3 Ib canCRISCO
', Linda Gayle Green Marsha were business visitors in r
M Gainesville
J/ + eelWeld '' Ann Green Barbara Jean Green Monday.
7Jol tMtl1 Jean Endicott, and W. B. and M-Sgt. Earl T. Kirby who
nS Martha Tyler. I spent a few days leave with his 89CMIL
wife Bluff
The Russell Greens attended the recently for San Anto-I ,
I nio, Tex., for reassignment to'

duty. They recently returned '
from -

THIS IC A 4000 YEAR fOR I weekend and Mr.baby and with of Mrs.Lake their Sherman City parents.spent Crosby the ,:,c;. in down You for at know weird the hardware how advertising Handy store Turner stunts.goes highway all From ought where is to no be place considerate I sit,for agree-the jokes.of We the I L K 3 Tall Cans 39C

Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newman Well, when it came to plugging other fellow when we'\re driving.
II visiting Lois' were his new Venetian blind depart In fact, let's respect our neigh

HOUSE JlEATI NG! vine Sunday who brother has in Jackson-I ment, his enthusiasm nearly bor's right of way always Then, PEPSI COLA 6 hot ctn .2SC

MODEtWoI i Noticed Teresa Crosby hopping landed him in trouble. when we have differences of

around nursing a painful nail in- I Handy painted a warning on opinion-say about the best routeto

wry in her foot last week. It is the tailboard of his truck: "Cau Centerville,or whether beer or JERGENS
better now. tion-blind man driving." buttermilk is better with lunch- TOILETBath

We were glad to see Mrs. Clarkat "Had driven about a mile," there will be less chance of anybody Size Bars

!!IiIJ" church Sunday. Handy says, "when a state trooper developing any"blind"spots. S 0 A 19CTInE
Florida's a wonderful place! There's tilland Mrs Jimmy Crosby stopped me and told me that
: and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Lavon sign might cause trouble. Guess
HALF WARM more fun per foot bere fS& tJtf.a
Crosby and baby, were all dinner he was right.From now on I'll advertise c90e FAD or Large Box
THIS theft aitubere else on Ar, ; ) ; guests of their parents, the L. A. in the Clarion
eartb! And f* ; 0
our Crosbys Sunday.
WINTER- climate is envied ',0. e''''''" '..''.. Thought for the week:: "We CHEER '
'V Cop'right.19jl, United States Brewers Foundationfo'Won&enb 271f2cRED
BE from coast to (O.zSI'i grow old ty not playing:'

.. itb x y iP- .
relativelyfew r
.u 'y;., Brandy Branch Baptist Church
OilWARM periods It bell t J \".. Homecoming. After the homecoming -

the takes f 00 they visited Mrs. McDermonit
mercury ; Lbs
I t Baldwin. GRAPES 2
a tumble. But '
ben it doesthat's \ Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and son. I
u } :
t Neal. accompanied by Mrs. Flora ,
ubere V. .. Green, Mrs. Zelma Davis and t4
Modem Oil House ; daughter, Jean I' Heads
1\ and Mrs. Lad raBIJ'ant
Brand New Models
Heatin? comes in! all of Gainesville spent a I LETTUCE 2 2SCGREEN

Range froa Pos< Button With a permanent ,. ,', week in Texas. While there theyi I

Attoaatics to installation visited cities such as Beaumont, -
or portableoil
Crick Heat Portables Houston, and Rockland. They also
beater tq4 Lb fC.
you can enjoy spent two days in New Orleans. I CABBAGE

eteti these "UlIUSIIJ'"d.ls Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sullivan and i:

in solid comfort son were weekend guests of Mr., Your hard earned money is
fJ and Mrs. G. W. Raborn. I
"- Lb
Mr. and Mrs. Stalling and Mrs. entitled to safety. An emergency -

> J W Thomas attended the W. *- ,

PERMANENTINSTAItAiIONS :' t[ U: Associational Meet Kg at fund is important C
Staike recently. Hamburger 3 7
Tuck Mo hah, wafa, dash
..fit into fireplocM or undr Sgt. Earl L. Stokes who is just I Build it in a savings account

aoon..tht. of *ghl..outoftowoy You'll be amazed how little ModernOil back from Korea. Mr. and "\Mrs.i' .
Out>id.hoe!to dti costs to enjoy
TtflW to fit you bwdg,too. R. B. Stokes of Starke, and Mrs.:: at this bank.

Seta.../for every good)h ati I1g problem House Heating in your home...just pennies a day! Edd" S. Polk spent the weekend in BOLOGNA Lb. C
Ft. Iyers visiting Mrs. Faye John 21

son and family.
J1tBPOtTAiU .. ';l! Mrs.the Ralph opening;fettles ef a has day announced nursery- available for you. We invite -

HEATERS 7f/ I at opening her home.a She kindergarten is also interestedin if there you to make full use of thus I PORK! RIBS Lb 41c

The rat .l.cIIeoIf _wet I are enough parents interested. Any 1 .
of ol'W eww .and Eyir If you are one of more than 100,000 Floridians who one"ho would be interested ', 'I II I

.p..Now ilyUd finuta..co II homofWMdecorator -plt* already have an oil house heater... please see her. This Bank will not be open for business nest Tuesday I Chuck or Club Lb

price rang,,Wt op to tog Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and Columbus Day and Farmers Day II I STEAK 33C
.odell to keel e rire Roue. 1. Be sure it is in good working order that all needed daughters, Shirley and Linda

connectuvtpare sound. If not,'call *the man* now! Gayle, Maxine Andrews, Shirley'

See f J7)e4k 2.Be sure fbujrJuel) supply is OK.If not call'the man- I Green and Polly Wait attended a l Will Have Plenty LARGE ;MULLET

to fill the tank NOWI .;-.t.- I Tornado Football game at Palat- FLORIDA BANK t STAR EI
Z 1a'1 .....fl"2"5', I ka Friday nightTORXADO :
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FLORIDA POWER; & Li'GHT COMPANY V5 > I$1.50. Just the thing for keeping I Member Florida National Group
''nur books and .yam*
i ether school sup
plies .'
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The by Keystone Mrs. Sara Heights McDonaldA..A.AAu..AA.u.u..u Woman's I I .

Club will hold the first meeting of FOOTBALL CAME
the new year on Tuesday Oct 12 TONIGHT
at 3 p.m. in the club house. This
will be a business meeting. On the
following day Wednesday Oct. ,
at 8
13 there will be a reception
p.m. to which the public is invited.
New members will be welcomedand
the new library project will i ,
be introduced. "The building has
been re-roofed and repaired and
has been redecoratedand
for a good
start on the new year. BRADFORD

the XL hospital C. Harvey in who Jacksonville has been for in Friday Oct 8th

several days is expected home this ,

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr.
have left for a two weeks vacationin

Maryland. They will New visit York the and Oliversin Caroline. PARK

Aberdeen, Md. x.00j : P. M.

:Mr. and Mrs. Newman have returned -
to their home on Lake
Brooklyn after spending the sum-
mer in the north. They are expecting -
to build a home in Gaines-
ville soon.

William E. Baker Jr., two-and- .
a-half-year-old son of William
Baker, was in hospital last week
for a minor operation. He is
better and back home.
Mrs. Richards of Kansas, sisterof I r
Mrs. Seth Kennedy has returned -
to her home after visiting here : Tornadoes
for several days. I
Keystone had its first major fire vs. P0K.Yonge
in a decade Sunday night. About
nine p.m. fire broke out in the
Keystone Inn and for a while it
looked as though the old landmark
would be destroyed. The Volunteer -I
Fire Department responded I
within seconds after the alarm J

under was sounded partial control and held until the the blaze arrival -I ADMISSION .- Adults $1.00 -- High School Students SOc
of the Starke Fire Depart- -- Elementary Studen.ts25c

ment. Then the Melrose Depart- _
ment arrived and eventually the
Fire Chief and an engine from
Gainesville. Under the united efforts ''!
of all four the fire was I
brought under control and put out.
Damage from fire was confined to HOME GAMES.
the third floor where it evidently';, OUT-OF-TOWN GAMES
started but there was some
damage from water on the lower:
of the damage has I
floors. Extent
determined. The Inn, September 17 -- Macclenny 0 Starke 19
not three yet been story frame building, is -- September 24 .. St. Leo 0 .. Starke 25
one of the oldest in town builtin October 8 .. P. K. Yonge In Starke i
1, /
1923 and opened on January
1924. It was the center of the 1 October 15 .- New Smyrna In Starke October 1 -- Palatka 7 Starke 0
social activity of the town for

many years. It was in operation October 22 .. Lake City In Starke
until last year when it was closed j I November 12 Ketterlinus St. Augustine

except for a few transient room-i, November 5 -- Seabreeze In Starke {
era. j
Citizens of the town are congratulating i November 19 .. Green Cove. In Starke November 24 .. .Fernandina FernandinaBring
themselves on the new i i .
fire department and on the new II
fire engine which had its first | t
ieal workout on Sunday. Without I j
the new engine the building would
undoubtedly have been lost. The Home the Bacon, Boys! Mow
volunteers who have had no experience i 'Em Down, Tornadoes Support the Tornadoes with
with major fires, did a:
wonderful job in holding the I KOCH DRUG STORE Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co.
flames under control until the arrival -, e Torode Chevrolet Co.
of the professionals. I

First ::1pU..t.('bun-h j Compliments of f
The Harriet Class met!
Kelly i
Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes
Tuesday with Mrs. E. T. Davis in I "Starke Hardware Co. Best Wishes From
Lake Geneva, and the following:
officers were elected: President, SPORTING GOODS WILLIAMS JEWELRY Florida
Power &
Mrs. Ruth Mitchell; Secretary- I Light Co.
Treas., Mrs. Bede Mann; As t. I
Teacher, Mrs. Edward Beebe. Mrs. 1
Frank Jones, teacher of the class I Support the Tornadoes with your presence
Support the
was previously elected by the,I Tornadoes with your presence Let's
Support the TornadoesR.
church. The class voted to hOld'! R. B. Alvarez & Son
the Annual Banquet Friday night,
Friendly) Jeweler" D. Reddish & Son
Oct. 8. After the business session, TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. Dairy
a period of fellowship was enjoyedby
the 10 members present and
delicious refreshments were served -
by the hostess. / Best Wishes Of Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! Best Wishes to the Team

The annual meeting of the association -
will be held Thursday Oct. I C. H. Driggers Furniture Co. DAVE PAULK Conner Bros. Insurance Agency
?. in Waldo and Friday Oct. 8, in ,I
Alachua. The meeting will begin Heavy Equipment Rental
each day at 10 a.m. and a covered- '
dish luncheon will be served.
The I Compliments ef Support the Tornadoes with
Young People's organizationof Best Wishes Of your presence
the W. M. U. have been disbanded I
for the summer, but plans Starke Builders SupplyWe're Edwards Thomas Truck Terminal & GarageBest
Grocery & Market
are under way to resume their I
regular meetings. The Junior
R. A.S, with Tommy Dasher .
as J leader will have their firs Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! Wishes From
meeting Monday 7:30: p.m., at the Best Wishes to the Team

are church.invited All to boys attend.9 through 12 I LAWSONS MARKETCome Charley E. Johns & Son Agency Denmark Furniture Co.

General Insurance

TbRdin* I on out and boost our team
\ GUIDON GRILLEat Compliments of
House Of Fine DiamondsStarke's

i At The Best, Forget The Restlet's New
C.666 Method CleanersBest Leading Jewelry

Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game
r I Best Wishes Team
Wishes to the Team
a S. R. Johns' GroceryBest
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S : Brownlee & Chasteen
I Faulkners Service StationBest

Wishes FromBarksdale's
FRIGIDAIREMade I Compliments of
only by General! : Wishes Team
Motors Corp. All otherI I I Dept. StoreBe Hart. Furniture Co.
Electric The
Refrigerators are WASHETERIAOnward
made by ether companiesand I

cannot use the word j'j'Fritidaire. present tonight to cheer our boys to .

Best Wishes Of
Tornadoes! s

Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE PontiacA Dixie Motor Court & Restaurant .
- G. S. "Gib" Browns
? ? ,: ,- Service Sta.

, THEN SEE ; ,
Good Team Like the Tornadoes ,

! E. H. SMITH !I II Deserves Your Support Closed Tonight- we've gone to the Game! r Best Wishes Team

I Auto Associate Farm Home & Auto
Western Store ,
Tenth and Temple ),e.I Electric Service .
I Starke, .Fit.
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Reviews New Book I I II Training Given 4-H Club Leaders [Starke Woman's Club 'Shirley McRaeVill ,I WMU Observes 1

At WSCS Meeting :::1 Wednesday Meeting Marry Clyde Hughey ,!I Week Of Prayer .;

1..- a"n-I Has Chinese ThemeA :
w V V 4 ,
ff:: I 1 Baptist Women of WMU willobserve !
Ian and God -V
In the
City" was : ...... .
.VV ; --
the title of the book presented for V .!t4F V .- Chinese atmosphere will prevail a week of Prayer for i
study by Mrs. T. H. Slade, secretary '. c. at the October meeting of the State Missions. Meetings will be 1

of missionary education, at V ; -. Starke Woman's Club Wednesday 'held at the First Baptist Church, I
Gladys Mooty !a meeting of the four circles of the' afternoon at 3:30 p. m. in the Monday and Tuesday Oct. 11, 12, i!

Phone 35 ,Methodist W. S. C. S. Tuesday I club house. trom9tolOa.m.

flssrsrrrsrrss morning at 10 a. m. at the Educational L Mrs. R H. Kelly of Melrose. This is a Centennial year celebrating -

!. Building. Joining the wife of Col. Kelly, who was sta a hundred
years of Con-
Woman's Club Held October Meeting I I
Junior I|Starke group were several members tioned at Camp Blanding during quest ior Christ. All members

Plans Teacher Reception, New Year's, DanceThe of the Lawtey W. S. C. S. W. W. II and also spent several urged to attend. are

I' This book, one of the most interesting years in China where they were

Junior Woman's club met Miss Dolores McKnight, finance of its kind, deals with : stationed, will talk on "Arts in

Monday evening for their October chairman, added $9.00 to the club the problems of the city and sug- # Chinese and Japanese Arrange- !

meeting at the club house with treasury, and gave away a shampoo gests ways the church might meet V ments of Flowers". The programis I LET US FILE YOUR SAWon

Mrs. S. E. Simmons, president, :! and set, hair style and manicUre them. Mrs. Slade was assisted by in charge of Mrs. R. F. Young, II I New

presiding.A I donated by Lady Fair Beauty Mrs. H. C. Ritch Mrs. W. L'' V conservation aJ1til beautification i : : II I our Foley

letter was read from P. T. Shop Sarah Lawson's and RubyJohns' Blair and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. j chairman. I AUTOMATIC SAW FILTH

Nolin, Starke, Elementary School beauty shops which were I I Following the study course, a < A Chinese atmosphere will be1 I

Principal thanking the club for won by Mrs. Luke Feeney, Mrs. delicious covered dish luncheon created by the use of appropriate' I Th.y'll cot g

the $50 contribution which will be Mildred Cuttino and Mrs. Stanley was enjoyed by the women and I -Polaroid I-Minute Photos by the Telegraph- costumes, decorations and musical i I like new whea

used for playground Noegel. t I the :, background. {
equipmentPlans pastor Rev. R. D. Sommer. filed ca ma
the business session, i Miss! Dorothy Ross county home demonstration: agent, aad Miss Hostesses
were announced for the Following Circles 1 and 2 held a short!, i for the afternoon will precision -
reception honoring BHS teachers the American Home Department, business sessions conducted by the Ethyl Holloway district agent, (standing 1 to r) are pictured with ,be Mrs. H. B. Alvarez, Mrs. A. Z. chine. In *

and school officials to be held Mrs. Stanley Noegel. chairman, ,leaders, Mrs. L. D. Vining and Mrs. their class of 4-H adult leaders. The leaders are (1 to r) Mrs. W. W.Uammon'd i Adkins, Mrs. V. V. Hazen, Mrs. J. few minute.

Thursday evening. Oct. 14 from presented Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, i L. D. Green, respectively. Mrs. T. W. Markey, Miss Edith Moore, Mrs. Dave E. Hildebran Mrs. F. F. Stump, you'll haw

8 to 10 o'clock. Juniors will be senior club president, who in turn I Circle 3, met Monday afternoon Green, and Mrs. R L. Cox. {1-I Miss Dorothy Ross Mrs. C. J. ,- ... awi that cut cleaner truer
asked to assist Mrs, Mack Futch introduced Mr. J. Barclay Jack- in the church i I 1I Hazier, Mrs. J. M. Simpson and I I ,
i parlor. Mrs. J. W. faster.
r Bring
social chairman. son of Underwood Jewelers in Andrews I The first training meeting for was highlighted by a luncheon at Mrs. F. B. Beard. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae announce your laws iatodayyou'll
I ,
The members voted to again Jacksonville as guest speaker.He opened with !4-H leaders was held Wednesday Herb's Drive-Inn. the engagement and approaching like our speedy

have a New Year's Eve dance and showed an assortment of china the prayer and gave quotations from 'in the Home DemonstrationAgent's Fifteen Home Demonstration :!!Baptist Woman's marriage of their daugh-// Mrric

:Mrs. Jim Chasteen Mrs. Ned and silverware and gave an interesting Scripture on the City. I office. The importance of club and council officers assembled !! I jter, Shirley, to Clyde son l I

Yancey and Miss Dolores :Mc- and informative talk.A I Miss After Kate the Struth business sessions I an adult leader to a 4-H Club was I Wednesday afternoon' to plan the I Ii I|Missionary Union ,of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughey of All Saws ReToothedAnd
the devotional
gave :
Knight were asked to work out social hour was enjoyed. Refreshments I pointed out, and the leaders were i year's work. The members chose iI j Met Gainesville. Filed
preliminary details. using as her topic "Open ,;told how they could assist the 'to center the year's work around In Starke. j The wedding will be an event All Hand Saws 50c
of cake, nuts and punch I Eyes. Mrs. A. Wood -
Visitors were Miss Edith Keifer, I read an article agent in working with the clubs. clothing and home improvement I .of Thursday, Oct. 28. at 7:30 p. 163 X. Water St. Ph. 414-U
Mrs. R. S. Mullins, Mrs. Marion I were served, carrying out the on Contentment from the Lon- I Plans for the 4-H Clubs this year Members attending the planning:' The New River Association m. at the home of her parents in

Meyer, Mrs. O. D. Bennett, Mrs. 'Halloween. -, theme. Orange berries don, "Methodist Recorder" and al- i include: exhibit days, rally days, meeting were: Mrs. B. M. McRae, V Baptist Woman's Missionary Union Starke. No invitations are being ALSO SHARPENALL
Milo Seigler Mrs. Mildred Cuttino, in a black bowl centered the buf- Iso gave a report of the Churchwell I national 4-H Club week, state !Mrs. Wesley McRae, Mrs. E. L. j met with the members of the i;sent, but all friends and relatives'of KINDS OF TOOLS,

Mrs. Ouido Kinds, Mrs. Robert fet serving table. Mrs. John Chapel being built in Cuba. |short course, camp, and parties. Cox, Mrs. J. R. Kelly. Mrs. Jimmy''First Baptist WMU on Oct. 1 at the couple are invited to attend. Knives, Scissors, Etc.

Sommer and Mrs. Curtis Malone. Torode, Mrs. H. H. Adams and |t Mrs. L. S. Hutto hostess, served Home Demonstration members :Crosby, Miss Edith Moore, Mrs. j the First Baptist Church, Starke. All New Equipment

New members will be voted into Mrs. James Blackshear assisted in .delightful refreshments at the receiving the training were: Mrs. J'.H. C. Wainwright, Mrs. Paul The meeting was presided over : TOUXAIK ----

the club at the November meeting. serving. conclusion of the meeting. T. W. Markey, and Mrs. Dave Dinkins Sr., Mrs. Effie Miner, Mrs. ,by the association president, Mrs. ,;: rings, $jo. Bradford ZIITER BINDERS, CALVIN JOHNS

I !;Green of Brooker: Mrs. W.V... T. J. Alderman, Mrs. W. W. Hammond :J. W. Thomas of Brooker. Duringthe graph. County Tel- 465 X. Water St.

First Baptist Circles Hold Organizational :KeystoneVomen [Hammond of Hampton; Miss Edith I Mrs. T.V.. Markey, Mrs. j morning reports were heard :;

I i:Moore of Heilbronn; and Mrs. E. i'Dave Green, Mrs. Lottie Edwards ,from all committee chairmen giv-
Meetings As Church Begins New Year :Begin New Year -
;, ,|L. Cox of Starke. These women and Mrs. Rosa Pinholster. ing their annual reports.

\Vith |will be leaders of 4-H clubs in I Workshops fQr the will give I Pine Grove Church brought the
i Reception I year
Baptist circles met this week: I The Helen Masters Circle met | members
II their communities. :future training in horticulture, and visitors a beautiful CONVERT
as follows: ,with their leader, Mrs. F. B. Beard l; I I :
The Woman's Club of Miss Dorothy Ross was assisted upholstering, clothing construction, memorial service. Rev. Sheldon U
Keystone I
I I.
Lorena Epperson Circle, Mrs. with 11 members present. Mrs.
Heights will begin the 1954-55 sea- in the day's meeting by Miss household crafts, and the prepare-!I'I'pastor, sang a hymn in honor of
R B. Alvarez. leader, met with l D. L. Thomas, program chairman, j Ethyl I ; all deceased fir NOW
Holloway, district ; members. Rev.
son with a reception at the club home tion of Christmas food, decora-I stal- ,
Mrs. B. afternoon the devotion taken from 14:6. !
Harding Tuesday
house, Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 8':' demonstration agent. The day I tions. and gifts. ;i1 I lings of Brooker brought the morn-
with 11 members and one I The discussion was on the New !
p. m. This annual event will honor mg message. At the noon hour all
visitor present. The meeting was i Watchword for the Coming Year, i; First Church the members and
'new members and past presidentsand Baptist Held Annual Coronation ; visitors present TOChannel
cpened with prayer by Mrs. Al and the program topic was "Who |
were served lunch in the
also the of the recrea-
varez and Mrs. l{. A. Lawson I I is Calling". After officers and ;'; opening new And Recognition Services Last Wednesday tion room.
;library l project which the club is
gave the devotional, stressing the committee chairmen were elected, : The
watchword of the year John 'refreshments were served by the 'undertaking.The | The annual Coronation and Re- [ President, Mrs. Lex Green; was spent in l

314. Theme of the program was. hostess. 'i iI affair is under the super- i cognition Services of the First Young People's Director, Mrs. J. ,business hearing and reports the installation of old and of new the 36 !

"Looking' to the Future". I Doris Knight Circle Mrs. P. T. 'vision of Mrs. E. Dwyer, social ;j Baptist Church were held Wednesday :E. Hildebran; 1st V. P., Mrs. J. II l I incoming officers the
director. She will be assisted :J ( of associa-
evening, Sept. 29. R. Chasteen 2nd V. P. Mrs. W.
Those taking part were Miss: Noun, leader, met Tuesday night byI i'I I ; tion.
Sylvia Alvarez and Mrs. M. F. ,,at the church, with Mrs. Nolin ,,members. of the Executive Board, The program was sponsored by ,B. Mundy; Secretary, Mrs. L. F.

Hazen. A business program was !presiding and Mrs. W. J. Dodd in !Mrs. C. T. Smith Mrs. B. R. Weld, the Young Peoples director, Mrs.J. Dinkins; Treasurer. Mrs. G. B. I

held and plans made for the com- 'charge of program. Devotion was j Mrs. B. Cooper, Mrs. J. F. Gray- E. Hildebran, who gave the in- ,Flynn; Literature, Mrs. F. F. ,Dawn Sharon Wells Enjoy All The New Ball ProgramsON

,':;; ;?arThe.. Circle vQted un- :given by Mrs. Nat Dankei* Theme :!son Mrs. E. Walker, Mrs. J. Det- troduction followed by song from Flume; Community Missions MrsE. Weds L. M. Gaines I!

foster of the program was "Prepare Ye J iveiler. Mrs. E. Altman. Mrs. C. ,the congregation and led in prayer L. McKnight and Mrs. J. E. ,
amiously to
an underprh'ileged
child as a special project this j I,the Way of the Lord", with Mrs. ']Bastedo, Mrs. W. Schroeder, Mrs. i! by Rev. L. D. Haines. Each (,Hardy; Mission Study. Mrs. Paul !I| Mr. and Mrs. James B. Wells ;; NBC AND ABC

year. The program was closed !!J. T. Lawson taking part. After 'J. Elliott and Mrs. S. E. McKay. ',auxiliary was directed by their Raymond; Children's Home, Mrs. t of Starke are announcing the mari i -

with a prayer by Mrs. Oma L. ;ia business session, during which In the absence of the president. 'counselor.I The Sunbeams gave ,Florence Moore; Margaret Fund ;|I riage of their daughter. Dawn !
Mrs. F. Egan, Mrs. Charles" T. j their watchword rally "Cry-Pray- School. Mrs. R. A.
Cotton. Refreshments were serv- ,new officers and committee chair- ] I, & Training Sharon, to Louis Marion Gaines, | CALL
'Smith, vice president, and the Executive er-Song" and each were presentedwith Thomas; Stewardship, Mrs. H. L. Mrs. Johns
son of Ruby of Starke.
ed by Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr. |men were elected plans were made ;
for the Later, refreshments Board, extended an nvi- promotion certificates by.Hough; Social, Mrs. J. A. Griffin The wedding was an event of
new .
met -
Circle year.
The Daisy I ,,1(Lation to all members and their'!their director. and Mrs. J. R. Chambers, Mrs. Shepherd for Free TV Estimate ...
afternoon, 30 at
j Thursday ,
i Sept.
with their leader, Mrs. Maxie I were .served the 12 members I ,
j friends[ to attend. The Royal Ambassadors each Vernon Silcox Mrs. F. J.
ff 5 o'clock in the Baptist Pastoriumwith
Carter. After new officers and. by Mrs. Nat Dankel and Mrs.
: T. Nolin. Donations of books from the i i gave their forward steps and received Shaw; Flowers. Mrs. Ruby Johns; Rev. L. D. Haines officiating.
committee chairmen were appointed ''
the devotion was given I The Lottie Moon Circle met with 'residents of Keystone Heights will I special pins of merit pre- 'Sunshine Chairman. Mrs. H. A. i i After a short wedding trip to'' CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
be greatly appreciated by the club. isented by Miss Sylvia Alvarez. Lawson Chairman, Mrs.C. I
by Mrs. F. Register Sr. taken ,Mrs. L. G. Powell, .leader, with ; ,|South Florida, Mr. and Mrs.
i Misses Brenda Lewis, Linda Hil G. Dickerson; Pianist, Mrs. D. 'Gaines their home at
Mrs. Anderson are making
from 40th Chapter Isaiah, and Eva as cohostess, Radio Seat Covers Upholstering
was led by Mrs. R. A. and 17 members present, also Mrs. !:Two Woman's Clubs ,debran, and Linda Kay Sale gave L. Thomas; Publicity, Mrs. J. S. the Gaines cottage on Santa Fe

Thomas.prayer Others taking part were Lex Green president of \\' IU, and Honor BHS Teachers i their forward steps and were .Swindell. :Lake. Starke, Fla.
|crowned queens by Mrs. Lex Green. Circle Chairmen: Lorena Epperson -i is in the
Mrs. Ewell Lawson Mrs. S. E. one visitor. The program wasi Mr. Gaines a partner .
i Carolyn Vickers honor queen was Mrs. Ralph Alvarez; Daisy ,E. and G. Truck Stop on the
Sparks, and Mrs. Alma Hough. opened by Mrs.. Powell and led in Elaborate plans are being made j
Refreshments were served by the (prayers by Mrs. L. D. Haines. I for the reception Thursday evening -'accorded special honor and recog- Fowler, Mrs. Maxie Carter; Ida 'Gainesville Highway and Mrs>

hostess to the 10 members and one Mrs. Don Neel gave the devotion. Oct. 14, from eight to ten nition. The flower girls and queen'sattendants Darby, Mrs. Garl Mathews: Dora Gaines is a beauty operator at. I'
jl The Theme A j' were Jane Hardy, Peggy Alderman, Mrs. James Lewis; Hel- Johns Beauty Parlor.
visitor present.The was "Tithing" |o'clock in the Woman's Club build- Ruby .
I IIi Yancey Sue Deas and Betty ,en Masters Mrs. F. B. Beard;
Ida Darby Circle met with picture was shown to members on ing by members of the Starke I' ,
Ann Register. Doris Mrs. P. T. Nolin .
their leader. Mrs. Garl Matthewswith tithing.In Woman's Club and the JuniorWoman's i DOES YOUR RANGE
Ii I Bill Green and Jimmy Lawson and Mrs. Paul Raymond; Business -
11 members present. Mrs. the business session, officers Club honoring all theBHS ,Business Woman'sjCircle !
were honored by receiving their Women's, Mrs. Russell Nor- ;
chairman were elected and the New Circle
Luther Pickering program teachers and school officials.
,pins and sword and shield of the man and Mrs. L. G. Powell. j \Vill Meet HAVE THIS WONDERFUL
brought the devotional. Tak- j name decided on. Plans were The social chairmen of the
Royal Ambassadors, presented by People's Auxiliary: Direc- j
j Young
Mrs. made for the coming Refreshments ,
ing part in the program were year. ;two clubs. Mrs. L. II. Jenningswith
I ,Rev. Haines. tar::> Mrs. J. E. Hildebran; Counse- !i I The Business Women's Circle,
Laveme Outlaw and Mrs. G. B. I were served by Mrs. Mrs. R. A. Green as cochairman T Magic Chef FEATUR ?
I Intermediates G. A. Highlights 2-3'<'
!Powell and Mrs. Anderson. lors -- Mrs. M. H. Sheppard with Mrs. Russell Norman leader.
Flvnn. After officers and committee and Mrs. Mack Futch with '
chairmen were elected, refreshments -j Annie Armstiong Circle Mrs. Mrs. Jimmy Chasteen as cochairman !A. highligths were given by year Sunbeams; Mrs. Robert will hold their regular meeting

were served by the (Paul Raymond, leader held their i ij in charge of arrangements. ',Fritz Vellum followed by a ,Barksdale and Mrs. Era Wasdin. I iOct. 11 at 7:30: p. m. at the home

I first meeting of the year and of''II 'solo by Tommy Haines. The 4-5 year Sunbeams; Mrs. Jimmie j,of Mrs. E. D. Tenly, with Mrs E
hostess. i|j Mrs. H. B. Peyton is in charge of
The Dora Alderman Circle met I j l I the new circle, at the church!decorations. ;Y. W. A. Highlights were given by McRae 6-7 year Sunbeams; Mrs. I i j F. Miles as co-hostess.

with their leader, Mrs. James :!Tuesday evening with Mrs. Raymond j All club members and their husbands I Miss JoAnn Furlong. Misses Helen;Bobbie McRae. 8-year Sunbeams: (
I!I -{Haines, Aliese Lawson. and Patty ;Mrs. Chas. Darby, Jr. R. A.: Mrs. |
members I TEL Class MeetsThe
11 presiding.The > ;
Lewis. There were __ aiv iirirAr! tehp_ ,nrpCAnt.. ___ tn
theme of the be- I n --0-- -- n -- Lawson gave a trio. The ushers ;Dan Priest, Jr. G. A.; Robert
present as the meeting was opened program
..welcome the
with prayer by Mrs. Alexander.Mrs I ing "The First Meeting of the i I guests. |for the occasion were Douglas No- .;Barksdale: Int. R. A.; Mrs. Thel-" TEL Class of the First Baptist -
Newsome gave the devotional Missionaries in the Foreign Fields" lin and Jerome Edwards. i ma Jennings. Int. G. A.; Mrs. : Church of Starke will meet at
j :
with Love as the topic. based on ,|and the history of the WMU.A Junior Baptist RA'sElect Following the Young Peoples ]Frances Dansby: Y. W. A. 10:30, Tuesday at the home of Mrs.

various chapters of the New Testa business session was held. New Officers f program. the installation of the The program was closed by H. L. Hough far a business meet-

Chambers Plans were made for the new ;'incoming officers of the WMU ing and luncheon.
ment. Mrs. J. R. gave year. song and then led in prayer by
the History of the WMU Pin. I New officers and committee chair-,' The Junior R. A.'s (Royal Ambassadors :':was given in a portrait form by ;]Rev. M. V. Stedham of Palatka. Sandra Starling.the .

New officers and committee chairmen men elected. I I, ) of the First Baptist i I Mrs. M. V. Stedham of Palatka. V I
!i Each officer was given a woman l l'of Refreshments of cold drinks and next five weeks Eldridge
were appointed and later re- were served by'I Church elected the following of- j :'
freshments were served by the Mrs. Paul Raymond and Mrs. J. E. j ficers at a meeting on Monday: '' Bibical times as example and cookies were served in the recreation -' Smith returned home from St. (

hAtes I'Hardy. I| Ambassador-in-chief. Nat Dan-i,guide. The new officers for the I room at the social hour following Luke's hospital on Monday and is ,

:kel; First assistant Amb.-in-chief, looming year are: 1 the program.a '!getting along nicely\ and Hilda cicJw)
I If
Houston returned home from St.Vincents .
McRae Starke Garden Club
Mrs. James i Jimmy Lawson; Second assistant
I TT hospital on Wednesday

Holds Lawn PartyMrs. Has Meeting Today :corder Amb.-in-chief, Perman, Bill Roberts Green; Steward; Re-, iI I i ]I!where she underwent an operation ,f

last Friday.
James :McRae entertainedat the Starke Garden Club is hold- ;like Darby; Custodian Buddy I I The Youth Class of the First I,
last Fri- ing a horticulture at the I Baker; Herald David Haines. I
a lovely lawn party meeting I, |Christian church enjoyed a ham-
: .
day celebrating the third birth- Woman's Club today (Friday) at i burger fry at the Enlisted Men's ,

day anniversary of her son, Michael 3:30: p. m. The meeting is open to \ Met Friday, I I ...AI I Club at Blanding last evening I

James McRae. the public and will be devoted to 'Plans New Activities 'I'' Housewives along W. Madison [ formal opening on Saturday |the St. Edward's Catholic Parish I'
a discussion
The lace covered refreshmenttable on the flowers that I street have asked me to put some with balloons being given away gave a delightful welcoming I

was set up in the yard and may be planted during the tall I! The postponed September meet- I thing 'in this column about the etc. {!breakfast Sunday after Mass in I "MAGIC OVEN-EYE"

was centered with a pink and season. ;ing of the W. C.''I'. U. was held utter and ruthless destruction of Would like to have gotten a ''the Rec. Hall for Father Harold I ; _
white embossed birthday cake Tom Cameron will be the guest I their beautiful of Kate Struth Jordan of St. James
(Friday afternoon. The regularly trees, shrubs, etc.. I picture one night formerly
flanked ty burning tapers in silver speaker, and he will talk on "Soils j scheduled meeting for October will 'that they're having to put up with ,last week when she was on the Catholic Church in Orlando Yours eulush'elyith the 1924
and Fertilizers." 'I i No need to watch the clock in
holders. Games were enjoyedby There will be an I be held Oct., 29.' Mrs. Hippie, j,these past two weeks but i prowl to find out what was getting !V Teresa Thomas celebrated her 10th

the 25 youngsters and their exihibit table for specimen blossoms I president, prepared a very interesting -j coming!, right down to it, and putting ,her hens-she was sitting on the 'birthday Thursday with a theatre :the oven"magic pre-heating oven-eye"- just This watch little F

mothers and the guests were from gardeners who have Flannelgraph story entitled: I it in words what I think of :i back porch steps after dark armed party for 16 of her little friends j(jewel glows red when the V
oven is
given favors of balloons and flowers in bloom now. I',"The Fearless Four" a modern i|it all I've got to offer is that !with a flashlight and a potato | Spotted at the U- of F. Au- (up to temperature your dejpendable .
The Garden Club will
also be-
whistle blowers. 'day tale of youth. interwoven with I'ni grateful it isn't happening in ,fork when she spotted a black and ;burn game last Saturday were baking signal Grand-

Assisting Mrs. McRae in serv- gin a project of selling rose bushesas ithe Biblical narrative of the He- !,my front yard. !white stripped "kitty" creep under 'Herlong and Norma Jean Adams 'prize results every time.

ing refreshments was Mrs. Don',the a means of raising funds for I brew children. i Lt. Drew Reddish returned ,the hen house door Kate goes Bill and Elizabeth Noegel Pal- Magic Chef gas range.

Patray. club. The rose tushes will be I Dues of $2 per year were paid ,home Tuesday of last week from into action with the fork and pin- mer and Linnie Williams, Gene V

sold at standard prices. and orders by those present and some honor- ,duty in Greenland and after a ned it to the floor and lets fly Long, LaMar Currie. Dr. Coving- TOTAL

Mrs. Connell Has will be taken at today's meeting. ary members sent in dues. short visit with his family. he and'with the flashlite in the other ton Hugh Ingram, Leila Mundy Cash Price 348.95

I ; hand and the "kitty" lets fly with Buddy and Lil Bishop. Nina Bishop
: Response to Rally Call was a i wife, Ada, left Sunday for Fort'
Delightful Luncheon j iVillingVorkers Plan favorite Bible verse. The Treas 'LUStls'a.. where he is to be sta- its sweet smelling perfume .- but ,Dolores McKnight- Frank George.- LESS TRADE EX

Covered Dish urer's report showed a substantial tioned hear that Dave Paulk Kate got her culprit even if she Margaret and Gib Brown, Thomas Old Range 33.95
Mrs. T. R. Connell entertained !i, Supper : balance in the financial de |drove daughter Faye's car up to had to bury her clothes afterwards ''and Tommie Noun, Marion and ,'
at a delightful luncheon Wednesday hear that Brannen : Ritch Glen and Gail Duke
Roy Tommy ,
The mixed Adult Sunday School partment. Plans were discussedfor ,her in Memphis, Tenn. last weekend --
at the Whispering Pines to II class 'The Willing Workers" of a contest to be held and other where Faye entered the General son-in-law of the R. E. Hornsbys (Martha and Jimmy Moore. Mac I 315.00
introduce: Mrs. R. Stafford and killed a rattlesnake Sunday on MsGriff, Maxie and Kitty Carter,
activities for the
the First Christian church are tohave temperance near Hygiene Dept. of Ihe Univ. of i
Mrs. Robert L. Strunk of Long a covered dish supper Fri- j future. Tasty home made ice cream ,Tenn. the week before. Faye told the Hornsby farm out on the Billy Miles and Jackie Morehan '
Island, N. Y.. who have recently ], : Griffis loop the snake, the 'of Jax Beach. Everett McKinney, I'
i and cookies served
day evening Oct. 15 at 7:30: p. m. were at the :her daddy that it wasn't her car
purchased the Rev. Packham i at the Legion Hall. I close of the meeting. .that she wanted she wanted ,,.third to be killed in that section |.Billy Dansby, George Winkler Lucille Completely Installed With --
home on Route 13. I I recently, had five rattles and a and Maurice Edwards, Doyle !
,to come home was much too
Mixed autumn flowers in attractiVe -i: Recent | Car from the button. i Conner Cecil Sewell, Jack Tra- One
Beta Sigma Phi Birth away homefolks V Cylinder Gas F R E E
arrangements graced the Con- I ,so. daddy Paulk packed daughter Sorry to hear that little Johnny ;wick, Nookie Wainwright, Col. and

nell home for the occasion. Will Meet MondayThe i Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrews of :!and luggage back in the car and Anderson suffered a completely (Martha Wall Virginia and Junius )

Enjoying the affair with the I! :iWesconnett, formerly of Starke ,: brought her home broken right elbow last Thursday !Smith, Ruth and Steve Simmons, '!

hostess and honored guests were i Beta Sigma Phi sorority 'are announcing the birth of a son j Nice afternoon when he fell off a 'Jerome Johns, Jewett and Dee I II

JNIrs. E. W. Hayes, Mrs. Robert j bimonthly meeting will be held Mitchel Roy. born Oct. 1 in the !Canova to drug see Agnes store Johns after back several at porch ". he was confined in St.Vincent's !Fogg, Guy and Dot Sale, Thelma j CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS

Taylor, Mrs. Doyle Conner. Mrs. j Monday evening at 8 o'clock at ,,St. Vincent's Hospital. :months leave hospital until Monday :and Monk Dinkins. Drew and Ada i
Alice Lambert, Mrs. B. T. Thomas i:the home of Melba Green with I of absence have' also sorry to hear that little 'Reddish, Jimmy Reddish, JoAno

Mrs. John H. Deas, Mrs. Geo. i iKopelousos Hazel Green as cohostess. j,. Mr. and :Mrs. William Walker of I,you drive-in seen that the snappy Herb new Thomas ice cream Hilda Goodman, 4 1-2, who broke ,,.Slade, Seeber and Eloise Goodman, :! & APPLIANCE CO.
I Following the meeting there will !i Starke are announcing the birth of !built her leg seven weeks ago, broke j I Judge and Lois Perryman, Comer
and Mrs. Howard next to his
1 '' drive-in restau- the leg again while in its cast ,
i a stork shower for Martha 'a son. Richard William born Sept. 'Ferryman, Beth and Frow Strick- 149 W. Call St.
1 Stafford. Williams. 29 at Starke Maternity Hospital. 'rant on Temple avenue its and had to be reset she will be I land, Tom and Mae Mersereau Starke Ha..j .
King Kones and will have confined in Doctor's Clinic for and Joyce Ward. :

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.. I II 6 1"1 I Milton Dotson of New York I Costume! Jewelry Sale ends Sat- ,1 ito construct; the building. For details I 5. That the average number of!' or before the the weeks in the Bradford
in County
the Friday to and Save. either case, write State copies of each issue of this publication 8 day of November, 1954: [Telegraph.
City was guest i urday. Buy now .Farmer :Market Box 1191 Winter sold or distributed, through I [
I Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley i Bullington Studio and Gift Shop. Haven, Florida phone 3-666. I I! the malls or otherwise, to paid subscribers I Complaint otherwise will tne aU be a:4l.II"S taken as"r con said !!: (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL'j da>! Charles"f1., t..l.A. r.Darby I'i4.! :
the twelve
during months
10/8 :2t 1015
Andrews. Friends of Mrs. Margie Gallo- f preceding the date shown above is fessed by you. Clerk of the Circuit ";;urt.
j Mr. and Mrs. J R. Kite visited i she is :\OTl('.: OF SU.K 2.250. This notice shall b# published By Marian L. Crosby, Deputv, I'!erk
will be happy to hear once each week for four
way Notice is :! E. L. MATTHEWS rontecu- :I' 4t in 29: !
i' hereby given that pursuant -
'Mr. and Mrs. A. S. in
Burgess to I Acknowledged by this 1 -
I getting along nicely following a Final Decree of foredo..ure me day .
,Ocala on Sunday. I Mrs. entered in the case of Vas- of October, 1954.SKUL .
: 'several operations. Galloway :,sie Howard Charles A. Clerk of
( ) Darby.
cicIFd and Margaret Howard
THE NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. Sink had
Rudolph ,
i returned to her home in Washington his wife Plaintiffs, versus Glenn the Circuit Court, County of Brad-
I as guests the past two weeks, Mr. i D. C., on Wednesday after : }t. Sanders, Defendant Number :ford. State of Florida. MOVINGLOCAL
10-660, in the Circuit Court of the
Mrs. of New-
i land Oty Feamster
several days visit with her father, (Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida l OTICE: TO APPEAR
I port News, Va. Ii ,in and for Bradford County I will IB Circuit Court Bradford .C...tr.
r. 6 I Judge A. H. Murphree of Gaines- Van Patel. Mrs. Gene Frogge of ,sell property situate in Bradford Florida In Cb .eerv. S Safe
.;,County, Florida, described .Clauderan Vapnar, Plaintiff, vs. PHONE
Mrs. H. K. Davis visited her Mr. and Mrs. Dan F. Krass of yule r was the guest of Hollis I Cocoa is also spending this week I.'I' One (1) Watch Makers Bench as: ,I Stephen A. Vapnar, Defendant. OR DependableEconomical

brother, Wilfred Gooding in St. Petersburg spent several days !Knight Monday.Mr. with her father, Van Patel. One (1) C & E Ma- hall staking I I Case Xo. 10-1061, LONGDISTANCE
[ outfit !Settee T. Appear. S
Charleston, S. C., several dayslast last week with Marion and Ray- and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and I One (1) Crystal cabinet I i I To: Stephen A. Vapnar. whose I' t tS

week. Mr. Gooding has re- mond Howe. I family visited their mothers, Mrs. CEMETERY WORKING .&.One (1) Mosley Lathe & :Motor .(residence,, and address is: STO East
R. B. Alvarez OR250J
One (1) GV s. Flexo crystal cab Olive Street, Pomona Canforni > t
cently returned from three years SEE POTTERY SALE at CA- Charles Hardy in Gainesville and inet 17 drawers I You are Hereby notified :oat a
overseas duty. NOVA's 1-! OFF. Mrs. O. W. Barry in Brooker on :Mrs Mary L. Watterson, Hampton One, (1) Hi-Lite cylinder crystal 1 suit for Agents For TRANSFER AND i
I cabinet, 4 drawer I, Divorce, care, custody and control Dtlcher: Bros. STORAGE
Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss Billy Calvert of Bowman-Gray Sunday. as treasurer of a group interested One (1) Comsco mainspring cab- of minor child CO. I If

Mamie Anderson of Archer spent Medical School Wake Forest, SEE POTTERY SALE at CA- in the Santa Fe Cemetery, inet. 2 drawers hag been filed against you In the i iabove f
I One (1) Swiss staff & stem system, named Court and cause and I!
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. N. C., spent the weekend with I NOVA's 1-S OFF. ,;:requests that all persons who wish 2 drawers you ire required to serve a copy of ',
EL M. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Eustis Knight. Mrs. Carl Hunter and children, One (H American staff and jewtl your answer or pleading to the'' STORAGE
Ito donate funds to have the ceme- cabinet, 1 drawer ,complaint on the Plaintiff i
I Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and Mrs. W. J. Burks of Griffin, Ga., Theron and Sonia, spent the week 'I One (1) American stem & ,sleeve I Attorney Newton T. Jones. 181-:: I
and Mrs. Harold Ragen and children tery mowed, send the money to her. cabinet 1 drawer King Street Jacksonville. Fla.
family spent .Sunday visiting Mrs. end visiting Mrs. Hunter's I
par- ferryman BIdg. S. Court St. Starke Florida
j One (1) Swiss staff & Stem cab and file the original In the office ,
M. E. Mixon in Waldo. of Callahan are visiting Mrs. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Clardy in I inet. 1 drawer of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on _.

SEE POTTERY SALE at CANOVA' Steve Weldon and family this Zephrhills.Mr. I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS One (1) Drawer & Dottle cabinet.
21 drawers, 48 bottles
I.! OFF. week. I and Mrs. O. B. Dukes and Office of the State Road Tallahassee Department}<'Ia.I One (1) Buffing machine, i4 H.P.

Mand Mrs. R. O. Dansby Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Gray and Mrs. Van Dukes of Lake Butler, October 5. 1954 Motor
One (1) l" & E Marshall Soldering
visited Mr. and Mrs. R. J. An- family of Jacksonville 4 were dinner!,were Monday evening guests of I COSTHrCT10PROGRAM Machine
I Sealed bids will be received at
drews in Weseonnett on Sunday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert'Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. Kelly. (j{Tallahassee, Florida, from Qualified One (1) K & R Cleaning machine I

Marion Howe soent the weekend I Barksdale last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs Marion Tarrant I Contractors until 10:30: A.M. (E.S.T. Two (1)12) Electric Six foot drill showcasesOne & buffer
ion, the 19th day of October, 1954,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I Mrs. Dick Williams of Hampton and children of Waycross, Ga. ,for construction of the following One (1) Electric heater
I All hand tools & MerchandiseOne
Howe Jr., in SU Augustine. I spent a few days last week were weekend guests of Mr. and state projects Project: Jult41.: 2..c1-116.1 (1) Crown (cabinet 2 drawer REVOLVING SHELVESREFRIGERATOR.

Rev. J. E. DuPre of Live oak with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- I'Mrs. J. R. Taylor at Kingsley Streets in Lawtey Bradford County.On Twenty (20) hand bottle cabinetsat
; I
sale and
public to the highest
spent last week with Mr. and dale and family. Lake. ; Adams Street from Grove St. to best bidder for cash at the Southern

Mrs. J. H. DuPre. I Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and |i Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn, |""Sit iSU 200 200, to on Canal Middleburg Street,Road on Grove from I I front door of the Bradford County

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hartwig and daughter, Sylvia, were visiting !:Jr. and son, of Tampa spent the Street from Lake Street to Adams I Courthouse the hours in Starke of 11:00, :Florida A.M. and between .
sop '' Tampa were Sunday vests friends in Winter Haven and with ;!weekend with the senior Flynns. |Street Street to on Adams Park Street Street from and on Canal I 9-00 P.M.. on October IS'. A.D.. ljj4!

of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Alvarez in W. F. LaMorte #: New York .Street from Kingsley Avenue to OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. I>arliTlerk \ QUANTITY LIMITED AT THIS

and Mrs. J. W. Furlong and Mrs. 'I'Fort Meyers Friday to Tuesday. 'City spent Friday and Saturday light Middlelturg excavation Road.'ork; Limerock consists Stabilized of-I It If S lOW PRICE

Edna Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Teston of ,,at the Keystone Inn and attendedthe Base with Type 2 Surface -

Kenneth Clark of Atlanta is !,Jacksonville spent the weekend ,, football game -Gainesville ':Treatment length; of and the incidental job is 1.25 items.The miles.A .. j I I STATEMENT: OF THE OW\F.R. pflflOio

spending his two weeks vacation (with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andrews. I II i!Saturday with Col. and Mrs. H. Proposed Guaranty in the afliount i I !SHIP< ,, MA.VVfiEMENT..:1'('.. REQUIRED CIRCtLATIOV BY TUB-

with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. I Mrs. Martha Snellen and Mrs C. Wall of St. Augustine and Mr. 'of $!HJO.OO will lie Jobo.required.State .SMUI-175. I I ACT OF eo\iu OF AUGUST _4-
!< Project 21. !
E. Clark. i Eustis McKnight attended the ,,and Mrs. Jwiius Smith of Starke. State Uoad Xo. S-229-A, Bradford :i OK MIKCII 3. 1933. AMI

REXALL Ic SALE BEGINS ;'Nurses District meeting in Gainesville i:They were all guests of the Smiths 'approximately('"unty. From a midway point on SR between S-229 i I|i i Jl.!< .ertion.1)I.1946. (Title 39, I .S. (ode .

OCT. 13 at MITCHELL'S' DRUG last Friday. I at Kingsley Lake Saturday eve- Starke and Raiford northeas-ttrly I Of RRADFOUD COUNTY TELEGRAPH trill'w.
approximately 2.294 miles to SU IK. ,, published at
I Mrs. Carrie Ward spent the 'ning.
STORE. Work consists of medium excavation ,Starke. Florida for October I. 1:14:;
Misses Dorothy Harrison, past ten days with relatives and 1 Mrs. J. W. Kincaid'visited'"Mr. ; Limerock Stabilized Base with 1. That the names and addressesof
friends in South Florida. Mrs. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe in Tampalast Type 2 Surface Treatment; and incidental the publisher, editor, managing V
and the
Freeman, Ungth
George-Ann I items. The i,editor and business managers are:
Johns of Jacksonville were week- Ward is now visiting relatives in week. :Job is 2.294 miles. A Proposed I Publisher E. L. Matthews Starke,
; REXALL Ic SALE BEGINS Guaranty in the amount of $2.000.00will Fla.
Marietta, Ga. for two
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. be required. Editor, E. L. Matthews, Starke,
Charlie Cowen. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkwere OCT. 13 at MITCHELL'S DRl'GSTOKE. i The terms (1> "light excavation." Fla.
i(2) "medium excavation," and (3) ; Managing Editor, E. L. Matthews
Miss Beryl Holland of Gainesvilleand in Tampa on business Wed- '"heavy excavation" as used herein- ]I Starke Fla.Business .
and Thursday. | Mrs. Emma Pinner has returned'to ''above indicate respectively, (1) | Manager, E. L. Matthews
Maj. Ed Sharron, who was on nesday mile P
the home of her sister, Mrs. ..less than 8000 Cu. Yds. per Starke, Fla. ; ,
leave from duty in Germany, were REXALL Ic SALE BEGINS ,(2) 8000 to 15,000 Cu. Yds. per mile :, 2. That the owner is: E. L. Matthews -
R. A. Thomas after a month's and (3) more than 15,000 Cu. Yds. 1 Starke Fla.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty OCT. 13 at MITCHELL'S DRUGSTORE ''per mile. I 3. That the known bondholders
visit in Cleveland, Tenn. and Biloxi !
last Friday. | A Proposal Guaranty consisting of mortgages and other security :
Miss. '1'I either a certified check, cashier'suheck I holders owning or holding 1 percent I
trust company treasurer'scheck i or more of- total amount of
I Mr. and Mrs. B. T- Thomas and or bank draft of any national 'bonds mortgages, or other securities -
',Col. and Mrs. James A. Griffin or state bank, in the amount : are: 'I I
stated above, made payable to the 1 None. 1 '
j spent three days last week fishingat ,Chairman of the State Road De- 4. That the two paragraphs above, A 115,=
I ; the Thomas' camp in the scrub. !Ipartment must accompany each bid. ;{: giving the names of the owners,
Is The Key' 1 All checks or drafts shall have been 'I stockholders and security holders.
Mrs. A. G. Goven of Foikston, I issued within 60 days of the date 'I if any, contain not only the list of

,Ga. sppnt several days last week .for receiving bids. Certified checks ofFlorida's | stockholders and security holders PLUS. .
shall have the necessary State I as they appear upon the books of
M' ,with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. :' Documentary Stamps at- I the company but also in case
Yes is the
cooperation Vickers and family. !tached. ;| where the stockholder or securityholder Fold-ewoy Bottle Racks '
( I The name of the bidder and the appears upon the books of .
secret of success in any I POTTERY SALE at CA- Adjustable Door Shelves
SEE should ,the
I :applicable Project Number ]I II i company as trustee or in any BUTTER KEEPER
j the check or draft. i,i other fiduciary relation the name 1 Ice
r1 undertaking and I am i NOVA's 1-3 OFF. be shown on Mini-Cubt Tray
I' All work i. to be done in accordance of the person or cooperation for ,, Keeps Butter Spreading Perfect MODEL
proud of the fact that Ihave i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gill Mr. with Plans Specifications and I Special Provisions of the State Road j[given; also that the said two para-
,and Mrs. Willis Dyal and Mrs.
attention is '
Department. Special graphs contain statements embrac
,. given my coopera- Foster hi Smith attended the Qualified Con i I ing'affiant's full
: called to "Notice to knowledge and belief TWO SEPARATE
% j and Special Pro\il'- < as to the circumstances and h,
tractors" any
tion during termas 'funeral
my ')f :Mr. Dyal's brother, M. ions contained in the Proposal Form. !! conditions under which stockholders -

Councilman to any and J. Dyal in Auburndale on Sunday. Plans and/or Proposal Forms will ; and security holders who do not e MCORI APPLIANCES t
Contractors I J1
be furnished to Qualified j appear upon the books of the com-
Mrs. M.V.. Lance returned 'I .
this office
project that is for upon application pany as trustees hold stock and
every ,home Thursday after a week's tor the sum of $25.00 per set. F.xtra I securities in a capacity other than I IN ONECADINET
the advancement andimprovement !sets of Plans may be purchased for that of a bona fide owner; and this GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
visit with relatives in Waycross.. '$10.00 per set. Plans. with or yith- affiant has no reason to believe
of Starke. Ga. 'out Special Provisions may be purchased that any other person association
This spirit of cooperation by fabricators for $10.00 perset. or corporation has any interest direct Cor. Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229 I !
Mrs. C. H. Quick attended the XO REPL'XD WILL BE MADRFOB or indirect in the said stock. .
1' on the part of your funeral of her uncle W. C. Warren AXY OF THE APOVE bonds, or other securities than as Starke, Fla.
'" ,l'IIAIWIFOR PLAXS AND PUOjPOSAL I so stated by him.
% '. ,. Council is now bearing in St. Petersburg on Sunday.Mr. FORMS. '
fruit in the form of !i Proposal Forms will not be issued
a and Mrs. A. L. Dennard, Jr. least
received at i
; is --
1 -
unless j request .. :
great street paving program and son, Phil of Miami are guestsof i24 I hours prior to opening bids.The I, n=-.===-- -'-==", _--- --===- =-=

'. /.. extension of sewer Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles this ,]j, all right bids.STATE is reserved to reject"anyor 1'1''"I

and water lines, and expansion week. : ROAD DEPARTMENT OF III

,/. -. .\ of power plant SEE l'OTTEHYI.E at CA- i|1 Cecil FLORIDA M. Webb Chairman, i ;I!
NOVA's 1-3 OFF. I R. T. Gupton. F-ii1aven;
,,... facilities. i State Highway Engineer. I ,
i 10/R2t I" K.
Sin-lair '
After the paving program is completed I propose to con- I :NOTICE 10 APPHAK IVISlon iill

tinue my cooperative efforts with the Garden Club and Tuesday to get Mrs. W. S. Slade : ta Circuit Court, I'.railfurd County

I t other civic groups for an organized beautification pro- who will visit the Slades for sev- j Harold Florida Norman.In Chanrerr.Plaintiff vs. HelenjW. :

gram for our city _. one of the most important thingswe Nfl I weeks. i'I'1 Xorman, Defendant.Case ,"0. 10-'jll ,
Mrs. Nelma Keen and daughter. "
undertake. There i is much I i"i
can ever so we can accomplish S'odve To Appear. e
by all working together.I Carolyn spent the past two weeksin To: Helen W, Xorman. whost res I I II
is Unknown.
South Florida visiting friends Iden"an.1 address : I
You are hereby notified that a
will be glad to discuss these matters with you in detail and relatives and also visiting Mr. I i i suit for I I .- ; ''il

at time. You will always find me willing to and Mrs. II. H. Connell and familyin I Divorce I I ',I
any th
i has been filed against you in .. II.T II.I.,
cooperate for the best interest of our town. Miami. | above named Court and cause ant 01:1:
SEE POTTERY SALE at CA- i you are required to serve a copy of ::1
I! pleading to the com I
As know .I candidate for re-election in the OFF. your answer or ; "
you am a NOVA's 1-3 ''plaint on the Plaintiff's Attonej iii

Special election of October 26 and will appreciate your Mrs. S. E. Simmons Mrs. T. C. Alfred C. Scott. 106 Florida Smith Build '
i Jackso'n\ilie,
vote and support.Ewell. Hazen. Jr., Mrs John Torode Mrs.A. j' and iiiR file the original in the office ot 'Ii:1

J. Thomas, Jr. and Mrs. II. H. the Clerk of the Circuit Court 01iur j. ::
: before the 3 day of Xovemher. _
Adams attended the Florida Federation of ,
1 the
11954; otherwise I'' '
pf Women's Clubs fall I| said Complaint will be taken as confessed -2L I I Ii
;; by you. J i:
Lawson board meeting held in Gainesville This notice shall be publishedonce T
Tuesday and Wednesday. They also each week for four consecutive i if
I i weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
toured the Florida Farm Colony 1
graph. I
which is the State JuniorVonren's Dated this 1 day of October. 1954. Ii
Charles A. Darby i
and -
\ Club project
I Clerk of the Circuit Court
I a barbecue at Lake Wauberg, 1 If'9 Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I II
4_ _'_ Gainesville. 10/8 2t 10.15 MODEL TWO BEDROOM HOME READY FOR

-I -u ._ Ii1I-.. '0 ,_ .. neal I
Mr and Mrs. J. R. Himes of I NOTIC'R
For nidi.
W Palm Beach were weekend hardvvaie. '

guests of Mr. and Mrs C. H. electrical Materiall.umbt.r., plumbing, roofing and Tues0 Oct

Hitchings at Kingsley Lake. I concrete for, .sir oixtractitiR\ 144' up a vul to| l 160'and approximately Viewing 12thOPEN

I Mr and Mrs. Robbie Shaller and or abed ')h' \ W im hiding

Service !Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley and family '{'rest-looms, Br,',l ok?ookfi>>: Fhli Matt.d:.. Ftrmers'Market and or DAILY :00 P. M. 5:00 P. M. '
Dedicated To OCTOBER
:| were in Tampa Sunday visitingMr. : invitation tot bids fat Ilntraetnr.I 12TH 24TH

"Movlea Are Better Than Ever" and Mrs. Charles Shepherdand ; .
family. I : -': ,' ,_ ) I i I, II' ._ ,_

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Costume! Jewelry Sale ends Sat \ *

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS urday. Buy now and Save. .

Studio and Gift Shop. PJ !( :
Bullington .MEATa 4 j I
Sun., Mon. and Tues. '
Sat., Oct. 9 ONLY Oct. 10, 11. 12 Mrs. W. S. Price of Quitman, 2 BEDROOMS COMPLETELY FURNISHED

Ga., spent several days: last week
3 Big Days .
Double Feature
with her daughter, Mrs. J. E.
Ir Groover and family. Fri. Sat.-Oct. 8, 9 ; COST $7,000.00 By

201 tentWyio Rogers Quitman Down Payment 350.00
... -
PMCIt si4MRt'S Ga.. visited her Mrs. M. Block Heads
j daughter,

VAN JOHNSON.JOANNE DRUTNE'tEfiEAr I ; I jG. McMillan and family several Laurel and Oliver Hardy i i iI Closing Cost 225.00 Denmark Furniture Company i

(|days last week. I Ii IWithStan I -And- i
i i Mrs. O. W. Whte, Sr. left last i! I Monthly Payments 40.70 I!: I

.,R RlYER 'FrIday to spend several weeks Border Saddlemates i

1 tOn er4att t+wirfM M TECIDIIC(1OR( II I I 'with Mr and her son-in-law Mrs. Floyd and Boone daughter.and'I |Plus. Serial With"Gunfighter"Rex Allen Chap. 14 G. J. McGriff G.E. Appliances Ii I

I! new baby daughter in Jackson. And Color Cartoon II

.\ -And- I In CinemaScoptAt Reg. Prices 'Tenn. I Sun., Mon., and Tues. 3 BEDROOMS Gainesville Venetian Blind !! I

tt>.r.rr. I Plus Latest! News and Cartoon Oct. 10. 11. 12 COST $8,000.00 '

I 11 '14 i MONUMENTSLOWEST DOUBLE FEATURE Down Payment 400.00 Manufacturing Co. ;1'1'!I

ROBERT GREEN Taza, Son of Cochise ,;;

PRICES I Rock Hudson and Barbara Ruh'i Closing Cost 250.00 "
Wed., Thurs.. and Fri.
Oct. 13, 14, 15 FINEST QUAtlTYl Monthly Payments 47.06 You are cordially invited to visit this modernfunctional i

3 Big Days No Extra ChargeFor AppointmentWith Low Cost Home with Quality Features.

etaetaua tlV un ants r- Setting In Or Near Danger ; Model .3 Bedroom will be ready for viewing The ideal Small Family home for complete enjoyment ::

Plus Ten Tail Heart" Cartoon : 1 e S1UfJENit I' of wonderful Florida Living. !
STARKEWrite Allen Ladd and Phyllis Calvert approximately one month. :
and Chap. No. 11 Serial : :\ j4tcvii : I Plus Color Cartoon I' r'I'



COMING SOONIn ". tN } (lY.l Ride Clear of DiabloAudie !

CinemaScope I *cNE rP For Free Folder Murphy-And-and Dan Durjea THE WARREN COM P ANY !

I I II [ 1930 TRAPPEDLloyd JOS. D. WARREN, Owner and Builder i ;,'1

G PAUL RAYMOND Jubille Overture Short 71$ MUST Bridges and Barbara Payton Telephone 415-W 317 E. Call St. P. 0. Box 787 '
I I Pius Lat es.t.xews ST.JAmONVIU Plus Color Cartoon for Kids I Starke, Fla. j.? j

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, "1951 '

I I Sylvan Katske. Plaintiff vs. Ger- October %ii. 1954, in the above named 1J54.lOPFIOAI..
i (tiude 'KaUke, Defendant.Case. !Court and cause wherein plaintiff you are required to serve a copy of I
Xo. 10.697lotlce seeks divorce. SEAL) Charles A. Darby your answer or pleading tu the cum-
SOIL CONSERVATION Clerk of the Circuit Court plaint the Plaintiffs
To on Attorney
AppeariT' Bradford County
Telegraph shall
By Marian
I L.
: Hertrude. Katske, whose resi- publish this Order in next four C'osby, Deputy deck: O. C. Beakes. Barnett National '
ri> II' and address i>: 5420 lathAvenue. I weekly issues. 9/17 4t 16/8 Dank Building, Jack-oo\.ll, Fa! :
N-E-W-S dud Brooklyn, New York. I Witness my hand and official seal and file tbe original tn the office '
You are hereby notified nat a ,at Starke, Florida, this 22 Septem- I' NOTICE TO APPEAR of the Clerk of the I'ircuit C..n:: ton
suit for her 1954.tOFFICIAL. I|I 10 "r'ult Court "randford County or before the IS daf Oeu-l" ,
By Bill Baas Divorce j SEAL) Charles A. Darby Florida: la Chanrtrr. 1954: otherwise the allrgation- !
you are required to serve a copy of l As Clerk of said Court Edith T KeiMeii Plaintiff, TS. James said Complaint will be taken as ',- i
answer or pleading to the '. j Lewis KeiMer, Defendant fessed by you. 1
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION your By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ClerkZaoh !
complaint on the Plaintiff's H Douglas 505 Lynch Building i Case Xo. 10-5SS This notice shall l>e juiil.-h.d
." Attorney T. Frank Landrum Jacksonville, Florida. |I Notice T. Apprar once each week for four >'n-e, ute J|
SERVICE ... Starke, Florida Atty- fur Plf. 9:4: 4t 10,151 I To: James Lewis Keister. whree ,,'eekl'tO the Bradford C"UIIIT.. !- .
has been filed against you In the/ residence and address i is: 239 Crtek egrap -
A.# i above named Court and cause and XOTICE.PE.R I Avenue You Harrisonburg. Virginia. t"I I Dated this 10 day vf, Septtmuu.1S54. .
and file the original In the office of Circuit Court Bradford County are hereby notified that a 1
The Board of Supervisors for are job sheets which explain By Geo. T. Huggins the Clerk of the Circuit Court on l' Florida, I. Chaarery. .j,suit Divorcehas for (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles _V Darby <
or before the Virginia Nelson, Plaintiff, Clerk of the riuuit Court i
the Bradford Soil Conservation methods of establishing and maintaining County Agent 25 day of October, 1954: Lee Nelson, Defendant. I above, been filed against you in the I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
District held their regular monthly r otherwise the allegations of said named Court and cause and 9. 17 4 t 19 8 :
different of Agricultural Extension Service Case No.
types conser- Jomplalnt will be taken as confessed 10.663'lotlce
i .. __ _, _
Green's home. To Appear. -- .
meeting at Lloyd i by -
you. ---
Those attending the meeting were: vation practices which are suitableto .Clean Up and Prevent Fires : Station. AU of them make good | This notice shall b. published residence To: Jackie and Lee address Nelson is ,Route whose, I i

V. R. Ferguson chairman; Lloyd the types of soils on the farm. ; Such a program has been in 'yields of forage, but Snnfand and 1 I once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Telegraph Iron River, :Michigan.You : 1 BEST ,

Green, J. B. White Zedra Hamil- James Rosier used the District's progress all week. Mayor Wain- I Seminole make earlier forage then Dated this 22 day of Sept., 1934. suit forDivorce are hereby notified that a' RATES IN TOWN\

ton and Foster' .. mith, super- rotocycle mower and weed chop- wright proclaimed this a special does Floriland. Southland is no (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and restoration of maiden I
visors; G. T. Huggins, secretary; week for Starke but I know he longer recommended because it is Clerk of the Circuit Court has been name filed RepresentingAmerica's I i
per. He used rotocycle moweron By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk against you In the
Don Champion farm forester; his to cut down the would like to see accomplishmentscounty susceptable to new races of crown 9/24 4t 10;15 above named Court and cause and
pasture '
you are required to serve a copy of Largest Mutual Ins.
Bill' Haas Soil wide. rust. Companies
Leon Carter and ,
weeds and grass so that the clover your answer or pleading to the complaint '
Conservation Service. If live in a house and havea Florida Black rye is still con- on the Plaintiff Attorney
will be able to get out and grow. you Circuit Court Bradford County, Lloyd Bass 302 Clark Building COMPARE THESE SAVINGS ,
The Board discussed the possi- He used the chopper on his crop- yard; if you operate a farm and sidered better than Abruzzi. Of Florida IB Chaarery. Jacksonville Florida
the old stalks to make have buildings, there is always a the wheat varieties that have been Attilio Sega, Plaintiff vs. Alice' C. and file the original In the office of t.
bilities of the Watershed Protection land to cut Sega, Defendant. the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor AUTOMOBILE 10. 20'FIRE '
and Flood Prevention Act plowing much easier.B. need to be cautions about fires. tested, Coastal and Coker 47-27 Case No. 10-695 before the 18 day of October

which was passed by the last October 3-9 has been National seem best for Florida. Xotlt'C': Alice To AppearTo C. Sega whose residence I said 1954; Complaint otherwise the will allegations be taken of on DWELLING 20?

Congress. The Soil and Water C. Holtzendorf Jr.. whose I Fire Prevention Week. There is Henderson says it's best to plant and nectlcutt.address is New Preston Con- confessed l>y you. as I FIRE on BUSINESS ISe
is located the Rowell for to check up. This notice i hall be published I
Conservation Loan Program was place on still time you small grains with a grain drill on You are hereby notified that a once etch weeiI f&r) four consecutive ,
also discussed. This Program Lake Road, used the District's In the last decade more than {ja well-prepared seedbed. Plant 8 j suit for weeks in the Bradford County Tele- j MOTELS 35<;

makes it possible for farmers to seeder cultipacker to plant Pensa- 100,000 persons were burned to to 12 pecks of oats per acre, or 3 stipulationhas Divorce and ratification of graph. I GARAGE
Dated this 15 day of September, 35CWhy
receive credit for financing'soil cola Bahia Grass seed. We were death and many hundreds of to 5 pecks of rye. For a good been filed against you in the 1954. I <

conservation measures and extends sitting on a ditch bank lookingover thousands were burned or dis fertilization program, apply be- above named Court and cause and OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby i
you are required to serve a copy of Clerk of
the Circuit CourtBy
the water facilities loan programto a field that B. C. had just figured. Each day in the United tween 400 and 600 pounds of 4- your answer or pleading to the Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Pay More
the entire nation. Clifford Cur- cut and put in fine shape when he .States there will be about 1,087 8.8 or 5-10-10 at planting, then ,complaint on lIon.the Plaintiff'sAttorney Gerald R. Hart, !9/17 4t ll/S ..

rie, F.H.A. representative serving remarked, "I try to get my landas home fires, 95 store fires, 95 fac- I use 150 pounds of nitrate of sodaor 202 Smith Building. Jacksonville NOTICE TO APPEAR

Bradford County, is ready to re- level as possible so I won't have tory fire, 8 church fires, 11 its equivalent when the stand and file, the Florida.original In the office I IB Florida Circuit I. Court ChanceryEva Bradford Count.

ceive applications for loans for the much trouble in keeping my pas- school fires and 4 hospital fires. I his established and again in the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Chason Smith. -Plaintiff, vs. Contact t

development of irrigation facilities. tures in good condition. B. C. is Can't you remember one of severalof spring. I or before 25 the of I Jesse Lee Smith, Defendant.Case .
day October 1954
; Xo. 10-663:;
Folks who wish to borrow money planning on using white clover in these recently in our County? Clover Planting TimeIf otherwise the allegations of said Notice Tit Appear

under this setup must have a plan the damper areas in his pastures I II The eight; principal fire causesin you are looking for a pasture Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed 'I,dence To: Jesse and address Lee Smith is. t'nkiioun whose rf"i.. CONNER Bros. Insurance Agency

for the development and use of and sweet clover on the higher j order of frequency are: 1. Care- [crop to cut down on a big protein This notice shall be publishedonce Ii You are hereby notified that a

water or other conservation measures I areas. He also is going to use :less smoking and handling of :bill, clover is the answer. Differ- weeks each in the week Bradford fer four County consecutive Tele- ;| suit Divorce for 129 W Call St. Phone 285

he intends to install. oats and lupine for winter pasture. :matches; 2. Misuse of electricity; 'lent type clovers require different graph. '' bas been flied against you in the .
3. Defective heating and cooking j soils.vhtte Dutch'must Dated this 22 day of Sept., 1954. j above named Court and cause and I -- -
Complete Soil and Water Con- I Ij be on the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I j you are required to serve a cop ofVOUI' .. .
equipment; 4. Improper disposal of heavy soils, Florana Hu- 'I Clerk of the Circuit Court answer 1IJtIi- --- .. -- --
servation Farm good or or pleading to the I ....... _
plans were de- ZIPPER BINDERS, u--" "
By Marian L. <
Crosby Clerk
Deputy complaint the Plaintiff's
j rubbish: 5. Careless handling of i bam is for lighter soils, and Crimson -!
livered to Ed Coolberth and Adolph 3 rings, $1.50. Bradford County Telegraph 9/21 4t 10,15 ] Attorney T. Frank La.ndiiini,
Gay. Included in these farm plans |flammable liquids; 6. Lightning; i is in between. I II Starke, Florida, I
I 7. Defective chimneys; 8. Chil-, i i Clover herbage may have a nro- la Circuit Court. Bradford Counly,1Florida i and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court oror
I dren and matches. 'tein content of 20 r- ; In Chancery i before the I
percent higher Carolyn Young. Plaintiff. YS Joseph -
'I More than $139,000,000 in property Ii as a dry weight bas.s. Since I| E. Young Sr., Defendant. otherwise 18 day the of October allegations, 1934.;of sale

on American farms was lost ,clover is a legume, it produces Case Xo 10-696 Complaint will t'e taken as conless- I
ENJOY Order Of Publication And Notice 'lo StarlingsCorner
''to fires in the last 12 months.i !d by you
nitrogen. The nitrogen is used by Appear; State Of Florida TotJoseph This notice shall be published
is big business and K. Young Sr.. whose raeideure week four consecutive I
Farming a the companion grasses and helps olive each for
A $OPER COOt and address i itPort Jefferson
I -i weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
is worth
farm property protecting produce more total forage. Some J Long Inland New York. graph.
DAVWHAWttRtHD against fire.A of the nitrogen is fixed in by the I You are required to appear on : I sated this 15 day of September, I

r child plus a rri'atch is a "sure I clover and remains in the soil for

t 1 ,tire combination", according to I 3 to 5 months after the clover has 5 That's Our BusinessIf

'fire prevention workers. Latest i died down. Gl of Call and Cherry Sts.

$ figures show that 3 out of every i I Plant winter clover during Oc- 4 It's Glass We Have It! _

ONLY i i 50 10 fire deaths are children under 'i|tober and November when weather % I CALL WRITE or VISIT i L :- :_:: :" = ; .:. : = :..... =:=_ ': =_.- ._ _ii-\

per person 14 years of age. One third of all conditions are suitable. Earlier

double atINCLUDES fire deaths are on farms. This 'I planting means earlier grazing 4; Joe Peters Glass Co. Sirloin, T-Bone

t.a good time to teach our chili i Clover can be planted on a grass '

: dren and associates to grow-up ,sod that has been grazed closely FOR ANY GLASS NEED '

loom Friday & Saturday Nighll not burn-up. 'and scarified if needed to insurea We Design Modern Store Fronts LB
Full Court Breakfast & Dinner en Saturday / STEAK
Full Course Breakfast on Sunday Temporary Grazing Crops !,'IJ good "catch". It can be plantedin Just Mail Us A Pattern for 44C

European Plan AvolaUt If you haven't already planted I II the ash from burning over old r Table Tops
[some oats or other small grains If planted on a prepared '
Rooms Excelent! Cuisine Golf Course I grass. :: :"::xf:: f'::::1 1C : '
Spacious I'for winter temporary grazing, now ,soil the soil should be allowed to 1313 X.W, 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone 2-4353 : : __ >

2 Private Pools Cabanas Private Beach "is the time to do so, to supplement settle well before seeding as you '
I II '
I permanent pastures during the can firm it with a roller or culti- I, COUNTRY SAUSAGE LB 49C
Putting Green Intimate Cocktail lounge Dancing i winter. j packer at planting time.

Planned Entertainment Fi ermQn's Paradise !! You can use small grains to' Most of our soil needs lime. A ;i :

For Reservations furnish green grazing for your II III i i soil test should be made to deter- PORK CHOPS LB 55C(

write or wire Rush Strayer,Gel Mgi. (catUe, hogs, or poultry this fall ]!mine the need for lime and the HUNDREDS
and winter. Combinations of oats I amount Reeded to bring the pH up ,

e or rye and clovers make good pas- I i''to i between 60 and 6.5. Soil tests : BOLOGNA LB 27C

o i ture, also. I II !I are free at your request. j of details are managed and economic-
n A CRAIG MOTEL d2. I The best varieties of oats for I As for fertilizer, the following ally attended that only a trained and >
; Y -7 planting now, according to Extension I: and ,:.J -= :,::: :_ 'it:: : _:: : '=:__ __ "f-'
2: is suggested. First year grass t careful organization can attend when

aza Agronomist Russell Hend- I Iemjnole ,,new clover, 500 lbs. of 0-14-10; | the urgent need for serving is at
mfffo/Iwo eerson, are Floriland, Sunland and old grass and new clover plantingor Fresh and LeanHAMBURGR o'
? All' of these
are new fertilizing clover, 400 to 500 j j'Ibs.

BEACH, FLORIDA varieties recently released by the I'', of .0-10-20. If you have used : LB

Florida Agricultural Experiment :extra phosphate in the aSt. 300'I II iI DeWITT C. JONESPhone 37C
I i;I(b ::'fr 0:s2"4'ot1ld: be sufficient i 7 Starke, Fla.

) i( Fertilizer should be applied be- :! _. __ ..wsvsw

,, fore planting now is good new clover to fertilize and anytime old Funeral Director Ambulance Service \--j-.t:: (;;:: ,:'-:_ '=.};::::: = :=-, ::::: ..-: :-.. ....,<;'

pasture. Be sure to innoculate : Our local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences and LOOSE WEINERS LB 29C
three to five
clover seeds with services not otherwise available.We .
: : times,the amount suggested on the''
.... .., ,
package. Clover will fail if you -- I I '_I
t CQnIlence innoculation BRISKET STEW LO 23C<
don't supply enough I j furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and
nodules will bei I
n. full trust; belief in the trustworthiness so that proper a.cCbpt.Al\j Y life insurance policy|In force, issued by ANY
the roots. |
on young
or reliability of a person or thing. : company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral. |

xGT. MOSER RETURNS ':, Consultation carries no obligation. SAUSAGE MEAT LB 39C

J ,
J TO STATES_ |II "! t c ,,: : :: :_ # '.'_ :!:___-->
M-Sgt. James H. Moser, whose :

wife, Callie, lives on Route 1, Smoked SideBACON

Staike, left Yokohoma, Japan. Make Your House Work\ of Art

\\ last month, for'reassignment in LB I IALL

the United States. Assigned to the 49
2nd Transportation Port Command ,
in Yokohoma since Oct. 1952, Sgt. With SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Paint

:Moser: action in Korea with I
saw :: -=]tt':::-.::: iii :.;:::::::.:= -c_ :: __-_ ," ,
the Eighth Army from July 1950 i
ta Sept. 1951. He has been awarded j it I '
Commendation Ribbon Combat I r MEAT STEW LB 39C!

Infantry Badge, Good Conduct i

:Medal: and the Korean Presidential .

Unit Citation Badge. I ROUND .STEAK LB 55C<

'. la Circuit OTICE Court APPEAR, Bradford ('OIlDt,.. PORK ROAST LB 43C
Florida: la Chancery.
f. Edith St'hoolie. Plaintiff, vs. Robert
Earl ixhuohe, Defendant. I!
Case Xo.lO-GSl' #
Notice To AppearTo '
: Robert Earl School! whose '
residence and address i is: Unknown I Neak ,
fP You are hereby notified that a I
suit for divorce custody and con
..-/ trol of minor children
baa been filed against you In the -e LB
above named Court and cause and 91
you are required to serve a copy of I
your answer or pleading f, the com- '

plaint Alaji on C. the Winter Plaintiff, Jr., 508 Attorney Florida .. .. ,- .
Standard Oil :
Why Products Have Title Building. Jacksonville Fla.
and file the original In the office or
the Clerk of the Circuit Court oner I --
before the IS day of October, i' \ RUMP ROAST LB 29c'
otherwise the allegations of said ,I

Led) in Sales for 68) YearsFor Complaint ed by you.will be taken as confess. '!,1 \

This notice shall be published!
once each week for foul consecutive i COCA COLAS Carton 21 e
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- !
graph. |
Dated this 15 day of September '

68 years, Standard Oil products ard Oil products, but also in the dependable 1954.(OFFICIAL Clerk BAL) Charles A. Darby i i i' Thanks to SHERWIN-WILLIAMS festival of gay newcolors ) BREAD White, Any Brand JgC,
of the Circuit Court.
have maintained sales service
leadership an of those associatedwith By Marias L. Crosby Deputy you can mix 'em for artistic originality in con

industry that is intensely competitive.This the Company, and in the general 9/17 4t 10/9)) trasting trim.A .

conduct of this Company's business.We NOTICE OF ELECTION" I
unusual record could not have I, J. R. Wainwright Mayor of '
been achieved without the continued confidence Starke, Florida. by vitrue of the soft dove grey teamed up with daffodil yellow or Chuck Tender LB.
appreciate your as expressed authority vested i in me by law. do shocking pink doors and blinds for that decorator look.
confidence of consumers of petroleum in continued and increasing hereby cvall a special run-off election ,
to be held at the City Hall in
products in the five states we serve: patronage. It is our greatest asset, and the aforesaid city by the qualified i i Stop in! We'll go over our Paint and Color Style Guide LB0

Alabama Florida, Georgia, Kentuckyand we guard it as such for voters the on purpose Tuesday of electing October,26.the 1954.following -|I with you and help choose a color scheme individuallyyours. ROAST 33

Mississippi.The ONE ALDERMAN officer: FOR TWO iE-\P.s': We'll recommend proper brushes and suppliesto

Inspectors of said election: make your paint job easy. _
record is a testimonial of confidence STANDARD OIL COMPANY Ruth L. Broadway i -;:_J --__ c: : '- _=__':::-- _-:-'-:: -: : :: ::= -_ : .. ,. ':)
Crosby, Jr. "'
not only in the qualiry of Stand (KENTUCKY) T. T. Long :i

H.Robert C. Brown G. Green i: PAINT NOW -- PAY MONTHLY GRAPES LB 121/2C

... In te timony whereof I hereunto
subscribe my name and cause the
teal of the City to be hereunto af- I
"Truly a Southern Institution" STANDARD fixed, this 2lst day of September. OLE 'LB


Carl Johns: City Clerk 45 Washington St. at S. A.L. Depot MEAT ROAST LB 55C

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.""................... five of our teachers were in re- and !support of minor child court house door on the first Mon'1934.
J.omt r St. Mark's s Episcopal .j has been filed against you in the ,day in month of November, 1954, I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Cbarles A. Darby
ligious services last Sunday. above named Court and and'
-,- which is the 1st day of November Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
Rev. Raymond E. MacBIaln HAMPTONby Carroll Barnes was a business you are required to serve a copy ofi.I 1S54. I.i ford Cuunt'FlorIda.. .
Schedule of Services i iI visitor to: Melrose over the week- your Green answer& Green or pleading Starke.to the Florida cora- Dated this 29 day of September. 1", I 4t 10/22

I end. Johnny Pizano and his two plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorneyand
SUNDAYS Mrs. \ 'rn. W. Hammond j jAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA file the original In the officeof -
,sisters attended religious services I .
the Cle.-k of the Circuit Court on
9:45 a.m., Church School 11 > j m Gainesville on Sunday. I or before the 18 day of October.
-- a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; 1 1954; otherwise the allegations of >1J Ia
of Vivian McCullough brought Mrs. 1 said Complaint will be taken as
6:30 Young People's Service Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffin
p.m. Perkins some nice fish for confessed by you.
Methodist Church Presbyterian Church League. Jacksonville spent Monday after last Saturday night. They This notice shall be published once
HOLY CCHDIUNION noon and evening with his father, per each week for four consecutive
were greatly appreciated.We weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Homecoming Sunday October lOt'a 1, Fn.. Oct. -7:30 p. m. Final 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday W. H. Griffin. graph.

9:45 a. m. Church School I evangelistic service Rev. G. H.I 7:30 ajn. I Mrs. Jessie Chastain spent the regret that Bobby Savage, ( Dated this 15 day of September,

11:00 a. m. Morning Worship. ..S iith, guest preacher. I FRIDAY weekend with her sister and hus- one of our star football players, 19 4.OFFICIAL.

Topic: "What It Means To Be Ai I Sunday 9:45 a. m. Sunday I II 7:30 p.m. Litamy & Meditatioa band, Mr. and Mrs. George Cott- was injured during practice last I ( Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court

Christian." Rev. W. J. Churchwell ,(School; 11 a. m.Morning 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. man of Ocala. week. He and James Thomas had I Py? Marian I* Crosby, Deputy Clerk
a head-on collision which resulted i 9/17 4t 10/8.
will be preaching at this service. .I(Worship Service "The Blessings i Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cannon returned in a cut over The eye for Bobby! NOTICE I Sewing Machine Operators

He is at present pastor of the Mur-i of the Christian; 6 p. m. Church of ChristC. Thursday evening after and a lump on the head for James. OF TAX APPLICATION"FOR DEED i,

ray Hill Methodist Church. I I Youth Fellowship Joe Harden L Overturf, J r., Minister spending a month in Kentucky, House Bill :\o. 1S62
12:30 p. m. Basket dinner at and Calvin Pace, hosts; 7:30p. Missouri Alabama, Tennessee, and Eighth Grade Personalities ,De Notice is hereby given that Luke Experienced & Unexperienced
: Carroll Barnes born in Tre- Sue the holder of the following -i
the recreation. hall. m. Evening Worship Service Sunday Morning Services: Sun- Arkansas. certificates has filed said ':

2:00 p.m. an ail-musical "Is Your Faith Living I'day School at 10 a. m. Worship Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and :Mrs. I mont.. last Miss.year.and He moved is now to fourteen Hampton sued certificates thereon.for The a tax certificate deed to be numbers is-- '
program has been planned with Mon., 7:30 p. m. Meeting of service with Communion at 11 George Williams called on the I and years of issuance the description -I
mixed and I' years old and is a member of the of the property and the
duets quartets
solos, .
Building Committee.Tues. a. m. William Knabbs and the Charles
Methodist Church. His parents are I names in which it was assessed are I I Benefits Include Gr &
some of the former pastors givinga circles of' at Monday | as follows: Company up Life Hospital
8 The Macclenny
m. Services beginning Hodges
word of greeting. This is a serv- p. Sunday Evening i and Mrs. Berry Lee Barnes. !i i. Certificate No. 43. Tears of Is- Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others
the Women of the Church: with Bible Classes for all night. Cite I I has two sisters who are also!suance 1952.I :!. I

ice 7:30.you p.will n.enjoy.- Evening preaching Circle 1 with Mrs. W. J. Epperson age groups at 6:30 and Preachingat Earl Blount and girl friend of ,in Hampton School. Carroll likes i I.Elk I Description 3 Sunny Acres of Property S/D, Sec.: Lot SI 3, of T. 'I I APPLY AT OUR OFFICE

service. Youth choir composed of ; Circle 2 with Mrs. Louise 7:30 p. m.Wednesday. Tampa were Sunday dinner guestsof I Tall kind of sports and hasn't any 1 I 6 s; n. zz E. I i i 10th & CHURCH STREETS
Name in which
assessed H.
j Harden. his aunt Mrs. Brannenand
Raleigh special dislikes. He plans to study ,
over 20 voices will be singing and Evening Prayer |Manas I II .
I Wei, 7:30 p. m. Prayer family. C. H. Layfield of|electronics when he's Carroll !I All of said property being in the :
Rev. Ben Montgomery one of the Meeting at 7:30: p. m. Come Worship grown. I:
former pastors of'the church will meeting; *- 8 p. m. Adult Choir With Us.Church Gainesville was a guest in the af- i is well liked by all his classmates !;,County Ida. of Bradford, State of Flor- BIG DAD Manufacturing Co.

\ 11. ternoon.Mr. Unless such
be preaching. practice. and enjoys coming to school.HEILBRONN : certificate or certificates -

Monday 8:00, p. m. Circle No. Thurs., 7:30 p. m. Budget of God and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen I j Ito: law shall the property be redeemed described according in Starke, Fla.Congratulations.

4 will meet at the home of Mrs. Committee meeting. entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. J. i t I such be sold certificate or certificates will
to the highest bidder at the
J. L. Anderson with Mrs. Titus I Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Brannen Miss Jessie Mae Brannenof I .

Olson as cohostess. At The TabernacleOut ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening Bartow, D. D. Brannen, and ,!I -
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packham Sat -
Tuesday: 9:30.a.. m. WSCS l
Prayer Group.Wednesday of town visitors to the Sun- Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E. !urday evening.Mr. \ E
By Mrs. Anoel Norman
3:30 p. m. Chil- day services at the Gospel Taber- Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and and Mrs. O. L. Bubose of I

dren's story hour for ages 6-11: nacle Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m. Vero Beach spent Thursday night I 41 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIMr. I

7:30 p. m. Bible Study and SidneyDe Block and family of I Lawtey with Mrs. T. F. Brown. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp of
Praver. Blairstown, N. J., house guests of School 10 a.m. Morn- Frank Brown
I Sunday recently played Starke spent .part of last week ;
Thursday: 6:30 p. m. Youth .:Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Sacher of j Ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo with a trombone trio at Jacksonville with their daughter, Mrs. Freida :

Choir Rehearsal 7:30 p. m. Paik-of-the-Palms. Joyce De Block ing Saturday, 7:30: p.m. Beach Church. Norman. I
Chancel Choir Rehearsal.PENTECOSTAL ((8-years-oldt), sang beautifully:
I Mrs. Lula De Watters
has re- Miss Joyce Morgan spent the
"Tell Me The Stories Of Jesus".
HOLINESS 1 Her mother acoompanied her on I St. Edward's Church turned to New York City after weekend with her parents the H.I MAE AND KEN REED
CHURCH looking after her property here'in L. Morgans.
the piano. Communion was observed Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. I'
Hampton.Mr. Mrs. Sarah Alvarez, of Gainesville -
Sunday School 10 a.m. .
the close the and
at of
worship hour. Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m.
Morning Service 11 a.m. Fred Sacher of Park-of-the- 8:30 a. m.Children's. and Mrs. W. F. Cushmanand is visiting relatives in this

Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Palms will be the guest speakerat Class Saturday 11a. son visited Mr. and Mrs. T. community.Mrs. I. r

Prayer Meetings Wednesdaj the Tabernacle Sunday morn- m. R. Hahn in Mayport over the : Ruby Gaynor and daughter I OnYourNewE

night 7:45: p.m. Saturday nigW ing, Oct. 10. Keystone HeightsWomen's weekend.Mr. Glenda, visited her son, Grady I

Other speakers and teachers are ( Hub) and .Mrs. D. W. Swindellare Varnes, at the U. of F. Sunday. I
I both on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gaskins
being contacted for the winter I
Mass 8 a. m.
months and will be announced I Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastainand were visiting their son-in-law and'

later. i Holy day masses 7-:30 a. m. children Sue and Tommy, daughter, :Mr. and Mrs. Williard
Confessions before all Masses. t I LAZY SUSAN RESTAURANT
s: I were business callers in Jackson- Williams in Starke Sunday p. m,

BOATDRALV HOMECOMING ville Monday.Mr. : \ LeRoy Norman Jr., of Camp ,
Good Boatdrpin Baptist Church will Assembly! of God) and Mrs. Ray Williams and Blanding, was visiting his mother I
celebrate its tenth 1 ( t boys of Penney Farms visited the Mrs. Freida Norman KEYSTONE FLA.
anniversary on I 780 W. Highway 16 I MondaY'D.m.
D. W. Swindells on Sunday. Mrs. Louise
Sunday October 10, with a Home- I
coming Day. All members of the I Services at the Hi-Way Chaps 1 l Mrs. Mable Andrews of Gainesville Helen Sapp were joint hostessesat F F'E

church, and others, are invited and (Church of God), 780 W. Highwa r'I Homer Green of Brooker a miscellaneous shower honor- I

Service andProducts urged to be present.The 1\\16 wilt be as follows: land Henry Brown of Cedar Keys ing two recent bridas, Mrs. Buie n.IT'5. BEAUTIFUL
were guests of the W. A. Saxon'sI Crosby and Mrs. Charles New- II
program follows: Sunday Sunday: 10 a.m. Sunda; I IE
I -I\ (
mans. I
School 10 a. m.: Preaching :.School; 11 ajn. Morning Worship I ,
, 11 a. m : Dinner at church 12 Evangehstiii ? Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux and I A number of interesting games
; 7:45'p.m. -
I Willie Rhoden of Smith Lake and won I THE FOOD IS TERRIFIC!
noon. Singing in the afternoon C. i Rally.Thursdays. "I were' were enjoyed prizes were i
C. Harris in town Monday. Iby Mrs. Teresa, Crosby, Mrs. Mary .
To Keep Your Car pastor.CHARLEY I 7:45 p.m. Bibl e j I Mr..' and Mrs._. u'Robert__,_ Rarksdalc e s :Ella Watterson, and Mrs. Lester I I '
the Book of Revelations ;,
:Study on end children of Starke were Sunday I Crosby. I I.
i 'with charts. Everyone welcome. i \ .
Rolling in Florida dinner guests of :Mrs. Barks- The honoregs: received many j

Harold E. Bullock, pastor. ales parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. \lovely and useful gifts.At \ : We're Proud To Have You As A

Style I W. Horne and family. I the close of the evening, the I l
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins of ,hostesses served refreshments.
Services at the Beulah Baptist Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. j YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- I Next Door Neighbor ,

EXPERT Church located about three miles I Ode Wiggins and children of I brook purse-size fountain In PP>
Starke visited the H. B. Wiggins pens P I
MECHANIC FOR MINOR ,south of intersection of roads 16 I'I'I pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- 1

AUTO REPAIRS and 21, on Sunday will be: 11 a. m. ,I I Sunday.Mrs. Alice Lambert of Starke ford County Telegraph. II .

S 0 "A Gospel Church", and at 7:30p. I I was a caller in town Monday. .1 KIITICE TO APPEAR I I VILLA PLUMOSA MOTOR COURT

m. "Was Christ Jesus a Fraud". I I Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade and' Florida fa Circuit In Court rhaarrrr.Bradford County

Let Us Give Your Car (Everyone welcome. R. Clark Cros- children called on her parents, Peggy Atchison Swygert Plaintiff E
Mr. Mrs. M. Max- Bennie Lee Swygert. Jr., Defendant -
That Fall CheckUpFIRST and C. Green in vs.
I Iby, pastor. ville Friday. Case No. 18- 74 KEYSTONE II)<;:[GHTS. FLA.
!Notice To Appear.
0 f I Miss Emajean Ward of Waldo To: Dennis Lee Swygert, Jr.,
'The Church Of Jesus Christ OfLatterDay ,whose residence and address is
LINE was a Sunday dinner guest of the
:Green Acres, Irmo South Carolina.
t Saints I ,
TIRES E. JOHNS & SON J. A. Williams children, another Your are hereby nntmea that a s -"
The Church of Jesus Christ of suit for divorce custody control
I guest in the afternoon Miss
0 about this questionMy | was i iI ---------...----.---.---..---.....................-.....-..-..................,
Latter-Day Saints will hold their (Becky McClellan of Waldo. I Starke Citizens I
BATTERIESACCESSORIES quarterly Stake Conference at the Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin I 1 ,

0 : neighbor says he wouldn't \(Woman's Club on Riverside Ave- Jand daughter from Stewart, Miss. I Eligible For Cash I

think of taking a trip withouta !nue, Jacksonville, Sunday. October I have moved to the Wadsworlh' !
I 19 at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. The house recently vacated by the R. Citizens of Starke trading area f e tJri//ofll llliessl

Trip-Accident Policy, because public is cordially invited. ,. F. Dyals. Mr. Griffin is employed I of good character and in need of I II elfj jl
Loan :
cash eligible for our ,
of the hazard of auto All services in Starke onvSu 8t the B. T. Thomas Lumber Co.fMr. are
will be omitted. I servicas. Either on a Pay Day i i
traffic and boat or sports. ( and Mrs. Russell F. Dyal I -
Status $50.00 for 30 days, at
of 1 /
have lived in Hampton mostof.t
accidents. Does your agency I $1.75 interest or on the Famous i 1
KOATDRAIN BAPTIST their lives have moved to an
have such Trip-Accident Insurance Budget Plan. Contact Marion WiTH EVERY DBYCLEANED OAR&EHT ;
i Boatdrain Southern<(< ) Baptist apartment at the Farm Colon' I
for 3-day trips or a I j I Church. Services each Sunday. Gainesille where they both are I Finance Co. by phone 5332 Gaines- t-J: FSHISHED WITH THE MIRACLE. 2
I'ville, or wrie P. O. Box 416, 218 ,{ .
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two.nekacation? !nnday School ,- 10 <\. m. H. E.Griffis i I employed.
W. Ave.,
;! Supt.: Preaching at 11 [ Fred and Clarence Sampson of University .
I Fla. (Adv.)
j ja. m.: Training .Unjon!. 6:30 p. nu, Keystone Heights called on the
'!\Iiss Helen Hardenbrook, director; William Hammonds Tuesday. I, "
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Charley Johns 'J Preaching at 7:30: m. Come and Mrs. Iretta Gentry of Jackson- : :ii

i I worship with us. CJfc& Harris. ville spent the weekend with her i Wash Your Clothes

pastor. I parents, the G. W. Saxon's.Mr. 1
Y. and Mrs. Avory Slade and Pounds ,

: & Son Agency SEVENTH DAYADVHNTIST children visited his parents, the ".. ,
Station CHURCH William Slades Sunday. For 40c! ,-

Services each Sabbath In old Miss Connie Sweeney of Gainesville -

Phone 245 Temple Ave. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath spent the weekend with Miss FREE Bleach If Desired! .

_. Phone 13 Starke, Fla. School 2 p.m. Preaching Barbara Matchett. I \\ (jgfJn \
.- < 7 i aeh 9-ftna and fourth Sabbaths. I :M. C. Hess accompanied by hilt
U i
I ? p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. daughter and husband Mr. and{ ( St

: --I ibla Study each Thursday 8 p.m. Mrs. Leroy Thomas of Lake City We Will ;
Everyone welcome. spent the weekend with his family'at

Dayt'na.I Dry Your. Clothes I

BAPTIST CHURCHStarke CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I I Hill is now selling Eawleigb For 20c 1 1S .

SOCIETY. I'Products i in Union County. I II )

, Orange Paik, Fla. II |I H. B. Wiggin's was called toWaycross la New Automatic Driers! S ,. ", ,

I Sunday service 11 a.m. Sun Ga., bythe illneae of S i ii 1
: day School 11 a.m. I his brother. T. O. Wiggins. e ,

Wednesday E1'enings-1st Wednesday Dick Williams. of Tampa spent ,2/1
REV. LEWIS D. RAISES Pastor I each month B p.m. i I I I the weekend and first of the week ii '",'\"y'<- ,'. )

Public cordially invited. Nursery with his wife at the home of her TheVasheteria\ ;
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I maintained for all services. !I'parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne > : 1r
Center Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cox of Put- Temple Ave. BUrke I
Phones Office 234 Community Building;
Pastorium 130 I '. Cot6esf
i ICingsley Ave. and Highway 17. i I man Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Robert .:'_ =-1t:',..:' C-::: -. _--,-'?. You can .. : I 1
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Cox and baby were Sunday guests .
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: A\OODLAWN MISSIONARY I of their parents the G. C. Cox's. ;r -- feetiedffferepct. new ,
Sermons 11:00 .
Sunday : A.M. 8:00 P.M.: -- .
BAPTIST CHURCH T. C. Chastain Jr. attended the .. I
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LAWTHY, FLA. football game in Gainesville Sat- ....
Sunday 9:43 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.\!. i I & ;
I i 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. !urday. COLONIALFLORIST 1'1

Midweek Service Wednesday, S:00 P.M. I'preaching. 6:15'BTU, 6:45 prayr Mrs. T. J. Alderman and Mrs. Try our wonder-working Sta-Nu process .."' l la

service, 7 o'clock song services, W. W. Hammond attended a meeting the revolutionary discovery that replaces the

< !!t __. .-. -, ). : i:; Si _' 7:30 evening services. of the County Council of Home vital textile finishing agents all fabrics ,
i Demonstration Clubs at the office and feel. Your
need for that like-new look '
o o. '_, :.-;;...,-:_: .: .__': :,::--: : ',.: _''. : _::::-:: .. ::;;,, : : IIEILBRONN lof| Miss Dorothy Ross H. D. Ageitin J clothes will look newer than new. .new I
Etarke last week. FLOWERSFor
clothes will keep new.looking and every VJ< '
I Sunday School 10 ajn. Preach- S
ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 Acting Governor Charley E.I j PHONE 218 wrinkling and soiling. Try Sta-Nu today! ;

First Baptist Church Hampton"Are I p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer Johns has promised our school a { I It costs vou nothing extra! ;
I Meeting Wednesday 7:3fl I
pjn. ,
of himself which plan
portrait we
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: Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. to hang in the school auditorium.Mrs. (j) / I I

You Sick? I Snelling. the public health i .
!nurse was a visitor to our school ; f
j j Air Park Baptist Church: Sunday If t 'I ,
By Pastor Merle PackhamWon't : :last Tuesday. Miss Bell and Miss DISH GARDENS i s 1
School 9:45 a. m.; Preaching Thompson of the Children's Bible Exclusive with Advertised in Ladies'; Home Journal

you come and have your case diagnosed from the I Service, 11 a. m.; Training Union i j Mission were with us on Thursday. POTTBD PLANTS I !

( Word of God? You may be in critical condition and | 6:45 p. m.; Breaching Service, I 8! I We are sorry to lose Beatrice i I .
not realize it! I'll tell you how you can be healed with- 1. p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday -I and Billy Stapleton from our POTTERY iI i, I

'out cost I. 8 p. m. 'I schooL They are staying with relatives i{ I i t ti

Sunday School 10 A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. ,j I, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTi ,from the until hospital their father in Gainesville.u released ;I Flower WiredAnywhere i I[ STARKE DRY CLEANERS! & LAUNDRY :

Wed. Night "HOUR OF POWER" 8 P.M. LATTER DAY SAINT I The Eighth Grade club held its i
Services each Sunday in old Ma- I regular meeting on Friday Oct., 1. j i I
L Special music in Sunday Service by a "Trombone Trio". i sonic Hall oa E. Calls St. Sunday "Hitch Your Wagon U a- Star" Nona St. Starke PHONE 28 STARKE, FLA.

School 10 a.QL, Sacrament Service t
jwa* selected as the class motto.. .
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Funeral Rites Held I Starke Woodmen Plan: First Brownie Troop Organized /Man Pleads Innocent, I 'Uncle Marion' Carter |what he thought of present day

For Accident Victim, Supper, Fish Fry i i'I i Wife Pleads Guilty SERVICE MEN Celebrates Birthday !good j conditions old days as compared"Uncle with Marion"the

Ernest Mike Futch 'I S i!, "-, I I'Ef In Moonshine Case 1 I said:
Starke Woodmen and their families M. D "Uncle '
i i ; Marion" Carter "Well, back in the old days
i you
Funeral sen-ices for Ernest ] are inviting the Woodmen Circle Freeman Starling pled not I'celebrated his 81st anniversary on'could buy a lot of groceries for

Mike Futch, 56, who died in ana Grove members to join them in. guilty, and his wife Rosie pled Monday at the home of his $2. and then folks were a lot

automobile accident on the way to joint fish fry and covered dish guilty to a charge of possession of j I II I nephew. Oscar Carter. about 4 more sociable and did a lot more

work in Lake City last Thursday, [supper in the American Legion moonshine before County Judge |I i Pfc. Crawford Cohens son of miles west of Lawtey When asked visiting around."
'Hall Oct 11 at 6:30 m.
were held in the DeWitt C. Jones p. Theron A. Yawn on Tuesday i :Mr. and Mrs. J. Cohens, Starke.

Chapel at Starke Saturday with Among the out-of-town guests Mrs. Starling was fined $300, or '
took in
4 part ceremonies
the Rev. C. F. Cumbee Jr., pastor I who have accepted invitation to ,60 days in jail; she paid the fine. I recently office f : Men's
dedicating a new government Clothing
of the Lawtey Methodist Church attend the meeting will be R. E. .Freeman Starling's bond was set for the citizens of Sangu-n I I ALVAREZ' STORE I
II J Established 1894WI1LER
officiating. Vance, State Manager of Talla- by the judge at $300, and the case Korea. Cohens is a cannoneer mI L_
Futch resident of hassee. ? will be held for the trial term
was a Lawtey
t I I Battery A of the 936th Field Artillery -
and born i ion class of new members which will begin in the week nf
was in Bradford County j A large 4t(I Mk1 i Battalion, which is helping I = ------.' .,-J---
Nov. 20, 1897 to the late George -\will be initiated at 8 p. m. in October 26. in construction

Lester and Virginia Sweat ''honor,I.1 of R. W. (Dick) Ervin. Their arrest was the result ofa I projects in
|Korea. In the Far East since last \ ELECTRIC
Futch. He was a member of the ta' tate attorney general and recently 4'L ; raid conducted on Monday by the March, he entered the Army in SERVICE

First Methodist Church of Lawtey.,1 l appointed member of the Woodmen State Beverage Department in November 1953.

and a veteran of World War I. I National Board. Part of the ;iw BTflfWk. conjunction with the sheriffs of- I

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. :,,1 I|program will be held in the Woodmen A. ;; fice; the Beverage Departmenthad Marine Cpl. Marion E. Cassels.

Mamie Harvey Futch, of Lawtey; I I Hall on Call Street according previously purchased moonshine son of Mr. and Mrs. Alver Cas

one son. Floyd Jackson Futch of .''I to J. W. Yeoman, local secretary.This at the Freeman Starling sels, Starke has arrived in Japan
Lawtey; and four sisters, Mrs. E. meeting will also serve asa S. S t home, which is located a few miles for duty with the 1st Marine Air
M. Gunter of West Palm Beach; kickoff in a fall campaign to increase Starke's first pack of Brownies post with their leader, Mrs. Edith west of Lawtey on the State Farm craft Wing. He has been assignedto RADIO

Mrs. R. J. I' members- Reiner their |Road. Agents for the Department Marine Service 17
Lanier of Miami; Mrs. < the Local Camp during opening meeting.Starke's Wing Group

Eula Revels and Mrs. W. P. Smith, {ship. The Campaign is also inI I obtained a search warrant, and the at the Itami Air Base in southern AND
I! first troop of Girl bett, registration in Howe. I raid produced a jug and two and '
both of Palatka. J[]honor of the attorney general and J.ulia Honshu the main Japanese island.

Interment followed in the familv! will be called, "Dick Ervin's FallRoundUp" !,Scout Brownies held an organizational The troop meets ach Tuesdayat .one-half pints of moonshine. I' I TELEVISION

meeting Tuesday with 16 3:30: p. m. at the First Methodist I Hosea J. Givens, whose mother .
plot at the P'evatt Cemetery of |] Chatham R18007
Lawtey. I girls present. Mrs. Edith Reiner, Church. It is s .Sored by the !Woodman Youth Club !lives in Raiford, was recently promoted II II'

Starke elementary teacher, is ,Beta Sigma Phi s<. ority. to corporal while serving 17-inch TV SalesMahogany
Active pallbearers were: Dan
Hart 775.95
Mrs. Mamie Forms In Lawtey with the 5th Division
serving as the adult volunteer Infantry in
I bets
Starling, Arthur Pierce, Colonel troop met are: Beverly and Service
leader. and Mrs. Charlotte Freesis t Germany. Cpl. Givens a radio
Yarbrough, L. P. Rafuse, H. C. j Dies In Georgia Baker, Suzi Broadway, :Mar 'I Rev. L. P. Rafuse has been appointed _
assistant r ader. : operator in the 11th Infantry Regi- sssflsnn.rflrSS rSSSSflfl nsssrnssflrsflfl
Halley and J. E. Wall. garet Colson, Yvonne Conner director of a Boys of ment's M entered 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke FloridaSellhIRen1ItTrade
Mrs. Mamie A. Hart 78, mother The troop committe is made up Company the ,

of the late W. H. Hart of Starke, |10f I Mrs. J. M. Edwards transportation ale Edwards, Vicki Frees, Kay Woodcraft Sportman's Club forboys Army in January 1953 and arrived .
Jerry Gay Begins died in Baxley Ga., recently fol-j'| ; Mrs. A. B. Baker, refreshments "Garbett, Dianne Hatch, :Marcia I 8 to 16 years old being organized overseas last June. i ii ,

Scout Fund Drive lowing a short illness. She was the I ; Mrs. Charlotte' Frees finance Haynes, Hope Holliday, Suzanne in Lawtey, it was an- i i

widow of the late W. S. Hart of ; Mrs. Leila A. Duke, Judd, Emily Lewis Bobbie Faye I jnounced by R. E. Vance, Tallahassee SA Howard Kenneth Tyus. son
Jerry Gay said this week that .,Surrency. i telephone; and Mrs. Lola G. Gar- Smith, Rose Marie Starling, and | state manager of the Woodmen, of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus, It
I of the World Life Insurance So-
he would start a fund campaign Survivors two CharlieR. -- ; Starke, recently received two

for the use of the Boy Scouts intheir i I Hart, and are John M.sons Hart, both Two Scouts Receive Eagle Awards |i:ciety.D. B. Harley and J. L. Waters !weeks: training duty aboard the'; TO\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

program for young boys. I of Jacksonville; nine grandchildren ,will assist Rafuse in directing the JUSS Tills DF-748. During the
The program includes cub scouting training cruise Tyus visited New
; and three greatgrandchildren. club's activities. It will receive its I Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place
for boys eight and older, by scout. j I York City and New Bedford, Mass. ;
in? for boys 11 and older, and ex- I 'charter when it has a minimum of I He is a member of the Surface Di- I
The funeral was held in the 20 members. JO WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION - 50c
)hll'r scouting for boys 14 and :I I vision 6 39 which meets weekly
o. Surrency Methodist Church last Meetings will be held either in !at Gainesville. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c

i(I Thursday and butial followed at S the Masonic Hall or City Hall. 1 ni"COl'NT OF IS PER CKNT OV TWO OR MOUE INSERTIONS
III' said
scouting has three} objectives i
I I The boys will receive instructionm Army Sgt. Lemuel Williams. son
: 1)) to develop character, S5c AUDITION TOIl BUND ADS OR AUS ? OT PUD IN ADVANCE
2)) t> train for citizenship and 3)) :'j Police! Chief Will the proper, safe use of firearmsand lof Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Williams,

to promote physical fitness. I rifle marksmanship. Other: |Starke, is serving in Korea with MEMOKI.YMS, CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20o( Per Line

I Return Thief's Keys dub activities will include fishing: !it he 7th Infantry Division. A graduate '' (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)
1 he annual fund drive is con-I
; tiv and bassbug tying, study on ,: of BHS in '52, Sgt. Williams ,
duopd by the North Florida Pol'ce Chief W. E. Thornton has ,
Boy rP wildlife conservation of natural !j's a unit administrator with the I.Io'HoXT LOTS-lOll ft. on FOR SAI.K-Hamilton 1'1.u' .imi
Scout Council serving 7,300 boy I II I!f string of about 100 keys that '31st I lak. by 351)( plus tiee-. sand. I Remit in good ioml'U"n $7":: >
I. resources, accident and Regiment's Company F; He | Can
prevention l carh. g MUl> sloping In Ia ktTeritis he seen at tVniril Till. K
and 3.100 adult volunteers. Gay i were left by a thief who was tryIng first aid. entered the Army in November : Nine mileHH.I IIf StarKeixi I _Lines: War hon,.('. _!It. hK
is rising! funds for the council to> I I to break into a locked box atHerb's IJoad lOti.nna S. JanieIteallor. --. "
'.wards T This is the 21st B. O. ":. Spoit.lien's 1952 and arrived overseas the Ketnne.' Heights. Fla. FOR SALE-PToken (".'n r.'I. Sl.th-
maintaining and I I
go Drive-Inn. Chief Thorntonsaid
:2501! ofTiit' 2 blocks South I in town 6
Phone : |
club to be. organized in following July. I per load < Hit "f t"" n
str facilities, camping and trainin the thief left the keys in his Florida. i I/ of Post (lffi. ... !tp 10 8 $10 per load. Broken '.in I 1,1.-

/- .tcilities and many additional I [' to avoid detection. I from Old Rlandmg ",'nlt'r Sitr
hurry Pvt. Martin L. fall
McCauley Billy Ja'kt sei es that volunteers can .not': Anyone claiming the set of keys .*on of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. A. J. Thomas, Starke, Fla. 60( ;

prr de without help of the council may have same by contacting 'U RiiTwo More Action Taken McCauley, who lives on Route 1, j hearing ACHES pecan improved trees pasture J duelling 1:0: .

Chief Thornton, adequately describing On County Roads Ptarke, recently arrived at Fort !( II \* supply numerous plentiful out buildings water

I them, and facing the con- I'Duckner., Okinawa, for duty with i FOR SALE pumps. $% ,OOO. with Write auto r I.etM-li. elcc.

sequences. more scouts receive their eagle awards. Scoutmaster Harry Action was taken this week on ;the 29th Regimental Combat Team.j I n. 2. Box 51. Starke (LVadfurd ('o..1) \

4'.C.T.U. I I Green looks on a> eagle badges are pinned on Archie Green (left) and two more Bradford County road !McCauley entered the Army in ,,| 1-%.,.r Honor !a 'aratega tf.'hir

"THE PIONEER DAYS Bank Closed TuesdayThe Lonzo Kirkland by their mothers, :Mrs. L. J. Green and :Mrs. J. T. projects, when the State Road I March of this year and completed llriKkl payment Addition to %rtrrann to Starkr'HI.OO, Do"upon FOR Quire RENTL'flturfllshed hou,,. In.
AREj I __ at Bu"
Sttjo .
NOT Kirkland. Dept. advertised for bids as fol basic training at Camp Gordon. I application. griO.IM: : ) at rl....lnK..Non.rtrran tr
II TO BK DONE BEFORE::;I Florida Bank at Starke will lows: Ga. His wife, Patricia Ann, lives KlUhtlr 'htll.T" LET j. n 000".3R.

THE DRINK HABIT CEASESTO not be open for business next I Two Starke Boy Scouts received presented to: Harold Tyus and I State Project 1850-176, Streetsin at 311 Miami Blvd., Miami. I 2- .. bed room komr of niaxon. CATTLK IMNDLB AND TOrR HOGS

BE OUR NO. 1 HEALTH I Tuesday Oct. 12, Columbus Day their Eagle awards last Thursday, Larry Crosby. Merit badges were Lawtey, length of job, apprixi- ronxlrnrtion. old., about niodrra four .rfl SILKS _
'r jrnr roBtrn.Irnrrn Lire Oak
PROBLEM!" and Farmers Day. a legal. holidayn making a total of five Starke boys presented to Jerome Edwards,' mately 1.25 miles. Arthur W. KeI1ey, aviation electronics offrrrd at a bargainfflff. naiaenTllle RarhVrdaendar Karfc

(NATIONAL VOICE.) the State of Florida. receiving the highest Scout award I Charles Manire, Bill Powell, and State Project 1860-175, State technician second class, U j i Friday

. this year. They were given the Harry Stallings. Road S-229-A, "from a point approximately SN; son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ;I a-a IfI.1'. plarr In t 0".. 75prran I tf

awards at a Court of,Honor for I :Mrs. L. J. Green pinned the' I midway between S. Kelley Route 1, Brooker, reticently tr*..., 7 bU room ........ FOR one RENT bedroom-Furnished apartment,

the Alachua District held in badge on her son Archie, and. I Starke and Raiford northeasteily reported to the attack aircraft modern nienirnmi.on patrd utrrrt.. nturr Priced roomMtnatrd por'h. and large glused-h h\'ing: sleeping room.-

Gainesville last week. Mrs. J. T. Kirkland pinned one on approximately 2.294 miles to SR- carrier USS Coral Sea be-I i for a quirk _I.. M.kilt'hen or and dlnnette, 426. South

Dear Friends Archie her son. Lonzo. I 16. fore she left for duty with the of apply at Tuck-s Auto Cafe.
: Green and Lonzo Kirkland 44O arrr farm In the edge It
Green's award was Last week bids were opened on U. S. Sixth Fleet in the Mediter- I ton*. tan acre farm about the '
were the latest to receive presented by ... WHITE WAITRESS
two other Bradford road .rallrn from 't. All Militated on WANTED _'
Rev. R. D. Sommer of the First County ranean. The Coral Sea will engage p..d hlKknaj-a. and offered atbargala few Klngsler Beach.
Tuesday Oct. 26 is Your Last Chance for i I this high award. Another Scout, Methodist Church. and Kirkland'saward : projects. The jobs and apparentlow in training operations with naviesof I pri..Iieautlf.I.... FOR tf
.*_ hulld- -80
bidders acre farm
Charles are:
Manire with
his Great modem
presented application Britain France, and I
was presented by Rev. C. houte, 1
Hoaletard. mile
Any Change in City GovernmentA for the Paving nearly 11 miles of State lag: Iota on Blandlax. tey ..n t. S North of Law
Eagle S. Williams of the Church of God. Italy. pad nice bnildlnic lot wltbla h.oblorka .. 301. within rulle of
and he will receive his badge at Robert Kelly entertained the I Road 100 between the Clay Coun of the ..-.oul ground I ._Seeo Humphrey nerW.New It Highland Plant

growing City cannot continue in its old ways. ['the October Court of Honor. I members of the Green Bar at his I ty line and Starke. Duval Engine .I Pfc. William H. Kersey, son of For .the.. and other bargain In I Strli-kland. Ifi-hg
ering Co., Jacksonville. $109,225.I A. L. Kersev of Starke. is a member .
We deserve blood in affairs real e tate
new City and new City i class promotions were I Ii home Friday night. I "
services I Surfacing SR S-18 and SR S- of an Army unit planning to

:i I 21-A from SR 100 east, northeast build a two-room addition to a SKK I
C. of C. Board iFFA Installed New \ SARATOGAHEIGHTS
and southeast to the Clay Countyline Korean primary school to ease
IF YOU WANT A LOUD VOICE SPEAKING :Has Rally Meeting I Officers Last Week I; and from SR 100 to crowded conditions. The project A. J. THOMAS i

OUT IN YOUR BEHALF, VOTE : I the proposed new location of was planned by the 7th Quartermaster HEL ESTATE! DEALER I

The Rally Meeting of the Board In a meeting of the Bradford :SR 100 and SR 100 south and Co. in which Kersey is a

FOR W. H. (Bill) NOEGEL FOR Pof Directors of the Starke Cham- I County Chapter of the FFA last1!]west about 1 1-2 miles for a total |truck driver. He entered the Armyin .04 Temple .h'.. Telephone 214 !

CITY COUNCIL ber of Commerce was held last :week at the Agriculture Building, i;job length of nearly three miles. StarLe, Florida

week. The directors voted to have,the following officers were install-]L. L. Hall. Orange Park, $54,306. i November 1952 and arrived in I

'' the Chaniber incorporated and attorney ed: | Korea during July 1953.YOUR ron nEXT-lo'urni.h..d bedroom I It VETERANS

Meet Me At City Hall On Election Day, Hollis handle V. Knight the was instructed I J. R Underhill, president; Mon- [Suit Filled Against with,) flUe kitrhen lady or privileges couple at and Coyer T.Y.I /
to -
i legal papers. roe (Catfish) Gaskins, vice presi- j l Ranch on cdgof town Rt. 16. I $100.00 CASH
Oct. 26. and please help me crack open that closed City I |I I dent; Warren Johns, secretary; I,County Commissioners Raiford Rd. Itchg I

J. E. Wall Jr. was appointed ____ PAYMENTAll
Hall door. I promise to keep it open for you and in your ;chairman of the Legion Fair Ex- ;jGlen! Crawford, treasurer; Ralph I A suit against the Bradford' RADIOS REPAIRED

j Thomas, reporter; Julian Wasdin ,County Board of County Commissioners i
hibit. Lucian Conner
was appointed -
I j Model
interest. has been I All Make All three-bedroom
started this
week hemp... niaooarj
> chairman of the Santa Claus sentineI:: P. C. Hutchins and Joe' teaaonafcle ehargen guaranteedTHAS. With or nltkonf
by B. B. and Kiney Rowland of C. SHF.PHERD port, *tor* ".1'-
'I' I ft room,
I and Matthews Wood, advisors.An ceramic
parade Eugene was tile
Stnrke nladbtr
{ St.
Starke to .s W "II
cancel deed kllU
a to
given sad b.....
YOURS FOR SERVICE 'appointed chairman to revise the I .IXII Kiteheo e"luiu.t faa.
alternate was elected for'the Board ty the plaintiffs for PROTECTION ribbon aad concrete
1: bylaws.The l\i\\' .\: rsKi PIANOS FORh.M.K Litehen aprono. Kleetrlr
each office except president, to as- right-of-way on Highway 100. i t',.tsn.thI.Iiheial tradeinallou.tn further detaiU equipment optional. For
Board of Directors will hold _deliirr ihargeKa I rail
sure a efficient The plaintiffs allege that the' < e. no } I I
more handling of I
1 regular meetings on the last Monday -I i j deed was given to die Board with >-\" term arranged. Write to. fcaleoniaH on ground front '
Chapter business. .1. <; t n I ITadf.iul c. Telegraph I P.'1. until oO

I H. (BILL) NOEGEL at of each 12:15: month.p. m. with They luncheonat will begin I{I The Chapter voted to have a.!I'the would understanding move his buildings that the to Board adjacent ISPROFESS GUhg 10/29: I dark rack da>.

i i
magazine drive to increase the A. J. THOMAS.
the Guidon Grill, and then the ( pioperty.Emergency. Realtor
earnings of the Chapter. Members Electric Motors
J meeting will be held in the Chamber
I ZM Temple ..
will be selling I : ; Telephone
subscriptions to I iisT.tIiii

', -- ., ,. ,,,,., ,, ,.._ of Commerce office. THE PROGRESSIVE 'I Fund ON REWOUND ANDS
. .",rC, .-<-- -k ;;.. -;_"." "" :> "(Jt' ""'- -. '" -" _. FARMER I, :. .'1.i ..\. ,
I.'r f
-- and THE
FARM, and will solicit 'i SERVICEDSmall --
Herb Thomas OpensIce the support of all farming families ; i FOR fiEXT-Four
5S5 10-Piece ,in the County. I i' t. Appliance Repair house ;301 S. Water St. IurnL.hed
Cream Parlor 1 The Bradford County Emergency I lip

The Chapter is also making plans ;|i FunJ Conmillee.. will; hold us General :Machine Work FOR SA --"'h"n,
; tc sponsor a square dance, and sell i otep when you tan :0,.i!
Heib semi-annual meeting next Thursday -: I thirty up in
Thomas announced this nunutf-K I're.
BEDROOM tobacco plants grown at the school't I I at-J ceni'-nt
..eek that he will | Oct. 14. in the U. S. O. Build- step that look g'md and
: have the grandopening farm. The boys are doing a lot'' : You should have one of our 1 All Work GuaranteedReasonable; I last a life time 4 ft length will
of his King Kones custard I :rg at8p. m. i t ft. leugth.s |:S>>, Suppoil
of in Policies 12
planning committees and Burgulary Insurance I See ea h.
RepresentativeS-Of Rates 'I Millard Judd .
GROUP civic .r iih'.n
type ice cream stand tomorrow working hard to succeed. groups 2\\ ; J2lt
I'lubs, church organizations and Protect your home. I I r- 10.15
Saturday)I. Thomas said the r Ralph Thomas. reporter. '
3ealtest circus will be here from I: all interested persons are invited business and personal prop Ui; RED SEAL Bungalow
1r1 $144.95 ?I ree a. ice m. cream until noon and free with balloons.clowns ,J BHS Hi-Y Thanks i:t) attnd. !|I erty. I MACHINE i i, Reasonable.Write Ray Horn Can("'0 l.e this fll.an.'ed.paper.

Thomas is opening the ice cream I]Program Advertisers :)Bryant Reddish NamedTo Constant Service Since 1891 I ELECTRIC I It.-he
Phone SO Ii .p
Starke, Fla. : i SHOPF. VANE) FEMALE _
$and '
next to Herb's Drive-Inn Experj
on i 'I'I im-cd Waitress J
Lawtey Council I SENDFORJERRYH. j' for new
Pratt St. and Temple Ave He I The Hi-Y Club .t BHS met at I in Keystone Height restaurant Must- }

nvites bath children and adults to ..Dr. C. J. Houpt's home on Tuesday -;, ; W. CRAUDON I' be plYl neat and have referent. Ap

1-Bed 2-Pillows attend the grand opening. (i1i1.I at 7:30 p. m. with President I Bryant Reddish was recently ap- Owner, Manager I '/f mile to We 4 Lazy" of Suan Keyctone Restaurant I
pointed to the : Height.-
Lawtey City Council
C. WALL next to
j Charles Kirkland The.j Plumoya
I-Chest presiding. ;to replace James Waters who 106 Washington .-Phone 397 I iCourt. Motor
I club sent letters to all of the busi- HP
; Starke, Fla. :
I High Class {L moved out of Lawtey and was II FOR
nesses'who SALE-31
bought ads in the -S acre farm. 20
1-Vanity 1-Coil Springs : Gives i jthus! ineligible to hold office fur- AGENCY I rleared. balance in iapfngn.* acre W 1
Child's PartyThe club's .football program acknow- ("ol'Tn'RED HAMS H. Parwick. Box 7. Hampton, Pla.
1-Vanity Bench ledging their contribution to the ,thir.City I I
2 Vanity Lamps Clerk Mrs. Ethel Reddish Phone 146 STARKE ICE CO. tf: tip 10/8
members of the first yea club's activities. The club also ex- !
I announced this week that the terms FUI SALE-J nice h.-ifer.
home making class at BHS ended ,pressed its thanks to its sweet i 200 E. Call Street FOR SALE-..ew 8 x 8 x IS Concrete brpd. One cow and talf) BOrne I
i of office
of two
of the councilmen, block. I'c. <'.,lIIent $1.40 inllkt'r e'w. good
their unit in studying child hearts. Jo Ann Smith 1 1i I Starke per and gentle. The 5 head
care Barbara
and 1H, bag I"rtdr.1", 11.25 f
and L. i bag. .
EE Kelly P. Rafuse will per f..r .22 L. J,_
; and guildance by giving a party i i i Prevatt for their work on I 1 expire soon, and there Brddfoid Kngmer.ng Co phone : ilaiptr,. Fla. Bedenlaugh i
will be an : I 94. Starke. tfK 1Ip i
L1ii! >r six children from ages 2 to 5. ::the programs. I I election in December. .. ii i j i---FOR SALE-Plymooth. ,

The home making girls decorated -I i Charles H. Partin. principal of -- = ;| ''R SALE:-<-ax! l- "n Box type> CHI in ex.'client condition.one Inquire owner :

the room, planned games, told -I .d-hiirn.ng nraur ':i.IIO. HI Ksv.:: am. Cabins, on C. 5SOI:
BHS. the
was i|
speaker in a program j M..H. I 114 E <'n st tfn> ;X"r'yLLS
tories. lip
played children's records
Ill planned by DeWayne Elder I PAY CASH
and made Donald Duck (
place :to begin the first week of educa- .

> arcb for the party. tion month for the club. October FOR I

Those present were: Mrs. Martin ,
i i is education month fr all of the

Mrs. Dankel, and Mrs. VickI I I Hi-Y Clubs in America. !t FARMS WITH TIMBER

ers Larry Martin. age 5; Jane I i The meeting was closed with a i i DYERS FOR REAL ESTATE
i Hardy. age 4; Wayne Bennett,. [discussion for aU cia.i.. I laud a..s no-;
j : of the club's contribution TIMBER LANDS o.. .AIainc Places rrivinc from eeiSTROUT -
I age 2: Luther Williams age 2; !i to school spirit. Cjalov dmlbted .litre. Y odmIs of chousaDds 01
admislDt is 010" SOO ,
I Alan Crawford age 3: and Jean' signs aDd through STaOUT anipapCn 011 Inchway
'i j i 1111 CIe 0fIat. LIST
PULP tour pru ettv
row and
Vickers 2 enjoy the DnIda Gf ST.ours
age ; of theihome CARD lUCa55fu.l Nat oaal
I making class and Miss Kiefer STJtOUT nus mailed bee. BooUcI UOW"
I teacher. i We would like to acknowledge MAIL PRICES AND DETAILS TO REALTY AGENCIES ,.

Similar To Above Photo All Items Not Shown GOT EVERYTHING? Give I with grateful appreciation the Vor1d'sl.argest OJ/ftt, COGIt.tC* S1Dce boo:
her i many kind expressions of sym- 5311 Shen Avenue 5EL WI1TB oa ruoq .
an Esterbrook pastel parse i __
pen. pathy extended to
__ us during our
__ Only $2.37 at Bradford F. C. HOLLLNGSWORTH
-S 1 .. CountyY recent bereavement. JACKSONVILLE Representative
-. -___ __ -, ,--iiiiL.-- .- !! Telegraph. The familyof FLORIDA
James Everett Loadhoetz. i Phone 25_ Starke Fla.

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IB The Circuit Court 01 The Eighth thencf ,'..fltiiluitN.rth ';? dcglt-e.-. ginning, I..< t to the "'est boundary of said !i 41 ,..e,'. to the North boutiiliii <
Judicial Circuit Of Florida In And Ol min., IS set- East 363.7 : l> ing Easterly of and within o" Section 14 at a point 20.6 feet said Section 13 at 4 point It" i 4. :
For Bradford ('..aaty. feet to the beginning of a. curve [ feet of the survey line of State Road North from the Southwest corner \ East from the Northwest i '

r.KAUFOKD COUNTY, FLORIDA, concave to the West, having a radius 100, Section ?iSOOald survey line thereof, thence continue North 18'' thereof
a political subdivision of the I of 2864.79 feet thence run : being described as follows: Begin I degrees 35 min.. 31 sec West 5444.2 I Containing 0.035 acres more m !Ii -.-
Stale of Florida. Northerly along said curve 340.9 : on the South boundary of Section feet to the North boundary of Section i exclusive jof existing road right '

Petitioner, feet through 4 central angle of 6 33. Township 6 South Range 22 15, Township South, Range'i I' way. .
vs. degrees, 49 min., 05 sec. to the North East, at a point 312.7 feet West 22 East at a point SOS feet East IS OWNED BY: D. O. Steuart .id
BARBARA VIDAK, et al, line of NWVi of NWVi of said Action from the Southeast corner of said from the Northwest corner of the I I Camille P. Stewart his wifei
Defendant 12 at a point 909.4 feet East Section 33; thence run North 25 degrees XE% of said Section 15, |,
Case No. 8019 from Northwest corner of said Sec- 49 min.. 31 sec.Vest 4900.15! Containing 0.90 acre more or less i SHI :\o. 4.1 Might Of Way
tion 12, containing 5.7 acres moreor feet to the beginning of a curve. exclusive of area in existing road That part of:
.NOTICE OF HI'LE MSI less. \concave to the Northeast having a right of way. i,' SWVi of NE4 of Section (;,

NOTICE OF EMlNtNT DOMAIN I IS OWNED BY: J. V. Johnson and radius of 2S64.79 feet; thence IS OWNED BY: Charles A. Shelleyand Township 6 South. Range LEast
PROCEEDINGS: wife Martha Johnson. ''I Northwesterly 1174.17 feet along Fern E. Shelley, his wife. i iI i LESS 6 acres in the North-
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY -I the arc of said curve through a cen- I i I east corner

OF THE STATE OF I Slit No. 4<< Right Of Way tial angle of 23 degrees, 29 min., I Sill) :\... 'M Might Of War lying each side of and within "
FLORIDATO That part of: ] to the end of curve; thence North ''That art of: I feet of the survey line of Stat
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN SEVi of NEW of Section 11. .2 degrees, 20 min., 31 sec. West 7.2J; 1 The SEH of SE4, West of existing ,1 Road 100 Section 2S02: saidur\ eI \
AXI to all persons and par- Township 8 South: Range 22 feet to the North boundary of said I State Road 100 of Section line beging described as fiiilowaBegin
tie. having or claiming any right East, Section, 33 at a point 2662 feet East- 15, Township 7 South. i on the South boundary ,nI
title, interest, estate, mortgage or lying within 100 feet each side of ,erly from the Northwest corner of Range 22 East I Section 33, Township 6 South, Range
other lien to or on those certain survey line of State Road 100 Sec- said Section 33, containing 0.07 acre I' lying West of and within 50 feet of | 22 East. at a point 312.7 feet W.I ..."
parcels of land situate in Bradford tion 2S02, from the West right of 'more or less exclusive of area in the survey line of State Road 100. I from the Southeast corner ofaid
Couuty. Florida and hereinafter described way line of G. S. and F. Railroad on existing road right of way. | Section 2802: said survey line being 'Section 33, thence run North 25 degrees -
and the following personstogether the North to Station 108 plus 50 I IS OWNED BY: Jacob Rech, Jr., and [described as follows: 49 min., 31 sec. Wtst 491111 l.;.
with all unknown persons and within 50 feet each side of said ;i Anna Rech his wife. [ Begin on the South boundary of feet to the beginning of a ,'uiv,
claiming by through or under survey' line f.om Station 108 plus i Section 23. Township 7 South Range concave to thei>rth-a<.t :h-.v.i.'
known persons who are dead or who 50 to the South line of said SEtS of I SKI No. G Right Of War I 22 East at a point 1792.3 feet East radius of 2864.79-i thence itbwesterly -
are not known to be dead or alive: NEV4 of Section U, said survey line That part of: from the Southwest corner of said !: 1174.17 feet along the ari
being described as passing over and The NEVi of NE%. West of existing Section 23. thence run North 18 degrees |! of said curve, through a central angle
Jicob Uech Jr., across EH of EU of said Section I| State Road 100 and East 35 min., 31 sec. West 5740.:!.I of 23 degrees, 29 min. to the
1-\ 1", Starke Florida 11 as follows: Beginning on the of old graded road of Section I,feet to the North boundary of saiif'1[I end of curve thence North 2 dt1 -
East line of NEVi of Section 11 at 4. Township 7 South Range 22 !; Section 23 at a point 8.3 feet East grees 20 min., 31 sec. West 7 2s f. ."
|i to the North boundary of said Se.
Anna Rech from the Northwest corner thereof -
a point 1529.37: feet South on Northeast I East, i '
Box 13, Starke, Floridat corner of said Section 11, at a lying westerly of and within 50 thence continue North 18 degrees. I lion :33 at a point 2662 feet Easici -
point designated as Station 118 plus feet of the survey line of State Road | 35 min.. 31 see. Wet 24.7 feet to ly from the Northwest curm-r 'it
; F. Odom 70.25, thence run South 32 d..greeK.1 100. Section 202; said survey line | the West boundary of Section 14, said Section 33,
Uox 563, Starke Florida 09 min., 18 sec.Vest 503.42: being described as follows: Begin ; Township 7 South. Range 22 East.at Containing 0.809 acres more 01 lessexclusive
of Section 20.6 feet North from the I of existing road right 'it
the beginning of a curve concave on the North boundary | a point
ladys Odom, to the easterly having a radius of I 4, Township 7 South Range 22 East I''Southwest' corner of said Section I'way.
Cox 563, Starke, Florida '. 2S84.79 feet thence run Southwesterly at a point 312.7 feet West from the I I U. thence continue North 18 degrees, 'IS OWNED BY: Lot EIIM-.V and
along said curve 510.83 feet I, Northest corner of said Section 4: 'I Ii > 35 min., 31 .sec. West 4H.% feet to !iKathryn Ensey, his wife.

Farmers & Merchants Bank through a central angle of 10 degrees i thence run South 25 degrees. U'',the North boundary of Section 15,
Monticell, Florida 13 min. to said Station 108 ,I: min., 31 sec. East 720.2 feet to the ''Township 7 South, Range 2% East aitii ,... .11! Might Of War
plus SO. thence continue along said'1 I East boundary of said Section 4 ata : at a point 908 feet East from the That Part of:
KM her H. Williamson, curve in a Southerly and South- point 645.9 feet South from the 1 Northwest corner of the NE\4 of The SWl: of NE't. :'..\1'11 ,
4"" itojul Street, easterly direction 3204.37 feet Northeast corner of said Section 4; said Section 15. West of U. S. & F. ISai'u.' .
N. ,. iii it-aiis. Louisiana through a central angle of 64 degrees thence continue South 25 degrees. Containing 0.55 acre, more or less of Section r3, Town>ltl|' -
I 05 min. 15 sec to the East 4S min.. 31 sec. Ea't.I5.3 feet to 'exclusive of area in existing road Range 22 East,
\i.. h... 1 L>ew whose residence and line of SEV4 of NEk of said Section the South line of the NWl of NWiof right of way. lying Northwesterly of .I1'd l 0.
: .,.Ii.--I ii unknown 11, at a point 166 feet North of Section 3, Township 7 south. 13 OWNED RY: Barbara Vidak. 50 feet of the survey hi'- "! .
'Southeast corner of said Section 11.nntaining Range 22 East at a point 914.5 feet : Road 100. Section 2J 02. -a.c( >
Aar! > lit \s. whose residence and ad- ( 5 acres more or less. West of the Southeast corner of said Sill) N.. 27 Might Of \\ay line being described a< f..i.u-(
mark and Seeber M. Denmark as 0.21 acre more or less. exclusive i (A) The Wfe of W'. and the tion 13, Township X South It" ii-..
Kdttin: II. Reagan Executors of the Last Will and Test- of area in existing road rightof SWV4 of Section 23, Town- 22 East at a point U:.h ;.7 i- '
1. .ut. i. BOX 144 Starke, Florida ament of John H. Denmark de way. ship 7 South, Range 22 East North from the Southeast i..i'i i

ceased. IS OWNED PY: C. F. Odom and andB said Section 13, thence inn .N
ci. i.titKeagan, i iMM Gladys Odom his wife. ( ) The NE' of NWVi of Section 55 degrees 03 min., 57 s- \\ -'
1.,1t.' I. IN.x: 144. Starke, Florida ) %o. 50 Right Of Way t .. 26. Township 7 South 6847.75 feet to the beginnii K t .

That part of: :i Sill) .-' .. S Right Of Way flange 22 East curve concave to the Northeast hat
'1 h.-ron E. Moore, E% of SE 4 of Section H.'Town- The NEt, of NEi,. LESS the lying each side of and within 50 ing a radius of 2864.79 feet. th. >.. .
Route I. Box 345. Starke Florida ship 8 South flange 22 East. ?'arcelVest of existing State feet of the survey line of State Northwesterly 414.73 feet aL.im in.
SW i of SW \4 of Section 12, Road 100 and East of old graded Road 100. Seetion 2802. said surveyline arc of said curve, through a I. ni., .
i'.itsr Virginia Moore.K.I Township 8 South, Range 22 road of Section 4, Town- being described as follows: angle of 8 degrees 17 min 4i -.
UK 1. Box 345, Starke. Florida East iii : .i on the South boundary of the North of .-
ship 7 South Range 22 East, i i to boundary -aid >< -
lying each side of and within 50.:.:|'lying each side of and within 50 S< >n 26, Township 7 South, Range tion 13 at a point 160.42 f..t'Ear
( IIHI-ICS A. Shelley feet of survey line of State Road feet of the survey line of State I 22 Kast at a point 1720 feet West from the Northwest corner then ot

Utile 1. Uox 7J-D. Starke, Florida 100. Section 2802 said surrey line Road 100 Section 2802: said survey ot ..ie Southeast corner North of IS saidSe.tion degrees Containing 0.46 acre inure 01 it--
26 thence run
being described as passing over line beging described as follows: I exclusive of area in existing >d
i 'II Shelley and E' of EU 35 min.. 31 sec. West 5647.8
across of Section 11 Begin on the East boundary of Section right of way.
K .''I'' I. Uox 79-D, Starke, Florida and SWVi of SWV4 of SW-4 of Sec- 4, Township 7 South. Range 22 feet to the North boundary of said IS OWNED P/Y: Emma M H. :ill.ger. -
tion 12, so follows: Beginning on East at a point 645.9 feet South Section 26 at a point 1792.3 fei-t East Margaret H. Brew.-ter. I. u.-.
t-. II 111.\1 lid berger, the East iiiif of NK'4 of said Section from the Northeast corner of said of the Northwest corner thereof, H. Cerni. Corday B. Hcim-i g. : i -
.. i U-.nvill( Florida 11 at a point 150.37 feet Southof Section 4; thence run North 25 degrees thence continue North 18 degrees lia H. Forsythe (also KII..UII a- j i .
35 min 31 '. West 5740.5 feel to
Northeast corner of said Section 49 min., 31 sec. West 720.2 Section lia H. Forsythe Holliday ). l.lI"1
.\.." gal d Ii. Brewster 11, thence run South 32 degrees. 09 feet to the North boundary of said the North boundary of 23. Freeman Kate H. Cartel am! "L i
.' i. k-.n\ille, Florida min. 18 West 509.42 feet to the i I Township 7 South Range 22 East
sec. Section 4 at a point 312.7 feet West !: unknown heirs. deviseei.n' .
\ beginning of a curve <.on'ato the from the Northeast corner thereof; 1 1thence ;! at a point 8.3 feet East of th and other claimants h> ili.-:. ,.: "
I. 'i -.' II. Cerni, Easterly having a radius of 2864.79 continue North 25 degrees. Northwest corner thereof. under .... Eugene Hetbergei an.I" ;t',
>" WCM Los Olas Blvd., feet, thence run Southwesterly, 49 min., 31 sec. West 2623 feet to Containing 5.50 a.'r.mol''' or road less, unknown heirs granteiand -. d.! \ .
t M l.uidiTdale. Florida Southerly and Southeasterly along SE1.of 1 exclusive of area in existing
I lit."t lire of the Xtof other claimants liy il.i'.u" "
said curve U715.2 feet through a 6 South, right of way.A.I .
Section 33. Township oil and under lamina M. Heibeigt-r. K.I: <
.lax r tleiberger central angle of 74 degrees. IS min.. Range 22 East at a point 542.3 feet mineral including hereby gas Carter, Marie H. Freeman. .h.l I j .. M
-U i.i 1441') Williams Street. 15 lIe('. to the East line of SE1 of South of the Northwest corner of on, in and under said land are of the- Forsythe. also known a- .Inlia: HForsythe

A it.'lk, Virginia SEVi of said Section II. at a point said NE'4 of SEH: containing 0.2S'acre reserved unto the party and assigns Holliday, Corday 1H.. -
its successors ,
ir.-t part,
166 feet North of Southeast corner exclusive of area
more or less described berger and Louise H. Cerni. and ad
J lia: II. Korsythe (also known as of said Section II, thence continue in existing road right of way. but as long as the used land for herein State or- unknown heirs, devisee.and othfi
shall be
.1 11.1 H. Forsythe Holliday), Southwesterly along said curve IS OWNED iTT: Esther R. Williamson. claimants by. through "i undi-.i
.. Bond Avenue Federal public highway purposes
230.9 feet through a central angleof
single. C. Heilbergt-r. dece.4edSill
said laand will not Rune
ii.. ,.tllI.n, OhioMane 4 degrees 37 rain.. 05 sec. to the the surface of
South line of SW1 of SWi of SWV4 !SKI No. 11 Itiilht Of War I be used for drilling mining or extracting ) .No. CD Drainage Easement
ti. Freeman, whose residence of Section 12, Township 8 South That part of: minerals on, in or under LEFT WESTERLY) STATION -
a .a address is unknown.J I. flange 22 East at a point 160.42 I The NWV. of SEW, West of State -ai.l land, noi a '> vise made of the i i 90.7
410 plus
feetEast of South\\-est corner of Road 28' (100). 'of Section 10. suiface of sail 1-nd inconsistent !
II Creen said Section 12, containing 6.6 acres Township 7 South Range" 22 with State or Federal highway pur- ,I That, The part Nl i of: a tract of land dt -
Bradford County, Florida more of less. t poses.
East. '
follows "The XW1
scribed as : ,
BY Container Corporation
IS OWNED BY: G. W. Hall and Eva lying westerly of and within 50 {
West of State Itoad
of :
i ; W Halli'.datka G. Hall, his wife. feet of the survey line of State Road I' of America. 25 (now 100), of Section is
Florida line
2802 said survey'
100, Section ; SitU :\0.3.1 t Might Of Waj Township 7 South. Range rj
!Sill :\oi Right Of Way being described as follows: Beginning !
Eva n Hall That part of: "I on the South line of NEVi of i, That part of: East. LESS the North t211 tetthereof.
I'alatka Florida of land in the of The East 200 feet of the N% .
A |
parcel NEU 7 South. Range
Section 15 .
of Section 13 within 10 feet hid.I. .r
i" of NW% of SEV lying ea
of Section 15 { East-
SEll Township i 22 East at a point 433.7 feet .
K.it., H. Carter, whose residence 7 South Range 22 East, described -' erly from the Southwest corner of'] Township 8 South Range 22'a ditch centerline dex-nhed a.- 1. !1-

.ti .1 address in unknown. as follows: Degin at point !I SEV4 of NEVi of said Section 15. run East lows: Commence on the .Vnth
of intersection of theVest !' North 18 degrees, 35 min., 31 lying withing 50 feet of the survey '' boundary of said Section: 1. a p .M-
I thence line of State Road 100, Section 2\02, 908 feet East of the Northwe-t
1' > unknown heirs devisees grant- right of way line of State Road I' West 2791.3 feet to the :North "
and other claimants South sec. line said survey line being described a- ner of NE'i of said Section i
by, through 28 (now 100) with the line of said Section 15. (South .
i under F. Eugene Heiberger de- line of said NE>4 of SEV4: of Section 10. Township 7 South. follows: I Uhtnce South 18 degrees. ;:> mitsec. :
I' d -. ii thence run Northerly 96 feet Range 22 East) at a point 908.0 feet Begin on the East boundary of Section 1' East 684 feet to the I" 'lNI: 1-1
I ,, .
along said right of way line; :'t'fi..t'rlfrom the Southwest corner 13. Township 8 South, Range BEGINNING of said dit. h -
'I'! unknown heirs, grantees devi- thence Southwesterly 228 feet tf SE'4 of said Section 10. continue 22 East, at a point 1456.97 feet line: run thence South 7" 'l.ii
-. ana other claimants by, through 1 thence Easterly 249 feet to the thence North 18 degrees 35 min., 31 I North from the Southeast: coiner of 0>> min., 23 ""l'. West ;:I'Ii feet '
.:;ii.i Emma )I. Heiberger, Kate I I Point of Beginning, i, SI.'t."t i5fil.3 feet to the North said Section 13, thence run North ;lend of said ditih nllt'rlll.'
h aiici Mane H. Freeman Julia lying West of and within 50 feet liiiof said Section 10 at a points ,,55 deg. i-es, 0:; nun.. 57 .-.e.:1' 'Containing 0.12 ai res. 11 t. .
h \V 1.\ the also known as Julia of the survey line of State Road ,i fert \\.,."t..Ifrnm the Northeast 5S47.75 feet to the beginning of a ';IS OWNED BY : j. II. ii.

t I'I i hl' Holliday), Corday B. 100, Section 2S02, said survey line lorner of X\\"', of said Sec- ,I curve concave tu the Northeast widower.
i -.1 and Louise H. Cerni. being described as follows: tion 10.Cintaining. i having a radius of 2864.79 fl t'1.
Begin on the East boundary of Section j I 0.55 acre more or less thence Northwesterly 414.73 feet 1 SIll) S.- leo IlisSI 01 iiI >
'i .< inknoi\n htirs, devisees, grant- 15, Township 7 South. Range exclusive. of area in existing road along the arc of .taid curve, through I I .'.r..1 :-.... 32
d a "I h1 Claimants by through 22 East at a point 163 feet North right of way. a central angle of s degrees 17 min. That Part of:
.i..hi Kuric C. Heiberger, de- fiom the Southeast-corner of saidSection IS OWNED by: Edwin H Reagan and 4! sec. to tOe Nona boundary of i I 11 2/5 acres in :;oulh-a-I ti -
.. ,j 15 thence run North 18 degrees Cleone Reagan his wife. 'said Section 13 at a point 160.42 i ner of SElf of NW.Se.. ti..n .
35 min., 31 sec. West 5444.2 feet East from Northwest 'ur- I Township 8 South. It.."'". j.
1 \. U .-..m. feet to the North boundary of said I MID .No. 14 Might Of Vay 'ner thereof. Easti
Ronf II, Box 449-B, Inglewood Section 15 at a point 908 feet East That part of: Containing 0.17 acre more or less. i lying on each side of and within '."
\ ii from the Northwest corner of the (A) The N\VV, of SE1- East of | exclusive of area in existing road I feet of centerline of State Koad
i ,x- av. dli-, Florida NEV. of said Section 15, State Road 28 (100). of Secj right of way. 1100 (formerly State Road 2M a* IiiI -
Containing 0.04 acre, more or less, j tion 10, Township 7 Sdut- IS OWNED BY: R. Willis Rivers and [same exists (said centerline being
t >. ,Vidak.. exclusive of area in existing road Range 22 East andI j Laura Rivers his wife..No. i unchanged by Section 2X-i2 of said
C \ .17 Verona Pennsylvania. tight of way. I (B) "A small triangle of land State Road No. 100).
IS OWNED BY: Leila Newsom and in the Junction of right oft I sun : 40 Might Of War IS OWNED P.Y: Petitioner under
iiiumer Corporation of America, the unknown heirs at law grantees, way of State Road 2S (100) That part of: deed recorded in Deed Book 15.

F. nandina Heath, FloridaI devisees and other claimants, claim- t i and a sand graded County I The SWVi of SW% of SW' of page 23 et seq of the current public -
ing by. through, under or against I Road. in the North edge ofS.L. Section :36, Township 7 South. records of Bradford County

: v illi.s Rivers, Veil Rafu e, d..c..a.d. of SK', .of Section _1ft_: fiance- -9-! F..t- I Florida. and that the defendant Fr-d
It \ K7. Keystone Heights, FloridaL Township 7 Soutn. 1.1"11"1; lying each side of' and within 501 I S. Dod has and maintains an encroachment -

Sill) :\"'. Ill Drainage DitrhDitch I Ii 22 East", feet of the survey line of State Road to-wit: a filling station
a Itl\ "1'", Left (W..tnlStallua I lying Easterly of and within 50 100 Section 2302, said survey line canopy thereon and claims title to
B. s IIi Keystone Heights, FloridaT i 341--"t41.4 feet of the survey line of State Road being described as follows: j I said parcel 3!, and is made a defendant

That part of: I 100, Section 2502, said survey line Begin on the South boundary of the I I herein in order for petitioner
1111 of Keystone Heights.K. The NE*,. of NW of Section being described as follows: NW', of Section 1, Township i to take such interest as the defendant -
-\ stone Heights, Florida 26, Township 7 South Range 22 Beginning on the South line of NEH South Range 22 East, at a point I Fred S. Dodd may have-
I Section 15 Township 7 South.Ranli'e 892.8 fett East '
East of from the Southwest: therein.
I. i' Stewart, lying within 30 feet each side of 22 East at a point 433.7 feet corner of said NW4 of Section 1, 'I
K' \ -Ion.Heights, Florida a ditch centerline described as follows I Easterly from the Southwest corner thence run North 18 degrees 38 TAKE NOTICE That a Declaration

: Commence on the North boun- of SE14 of NE14 of said Section 'I min.. 11 eec West 82.86 feet to'' of Taking has been filed in the
I ,ili||, 1'. Stewart, dary of said Section 26 at a point 115. run thence North 13 degrees. ,' the West boundary of said Section I[above styled cause by the petitioner.
K. > tone Heights, Florida 17' .3 feet East from the Northwest | ;35 min.. 31 sec. West 2791.3 feet to I 1 at a point 54.44 feet South from the acquiring authority of th< ->-
corner of said Section 26, run the North line of said Section 15. 1 the Northwest corner of said Sec proceeding of the taking of the
1 fclllSfX. thence South li degrees. :35 min.. ;31 '. (South line of Section 10. ToWnship :I tion 1 ; thence continue North 1J i above described lands, for the purpose -
<;" New Hampshire Avenue. sec. West 314.9 feet to the POINTof 7 South. Range 22 East) at a'' degrees ;38 min., 11 sec. West 57.14 set forth in the petition in

I: .n.ike s, VirginiaKtfhr.Mi BEGINNING of said ditch centerline {I point 908.0 feet Easterly from the I feet to the North line of Section 2. this cause, viz: right of way, drain
: run thence South 71 degrees. Southwest corner of SEV4 of Township 8 South Range 22 East age ditches borrow pits, borrow pit
Ensey, 24 min.. 29 see.Vest 39.! feet; i Section 10, continue thence North at a point 17.7 feet West from the drains and haul roads. for a portion
.> \. \I Hdn p"hlrevenue, 35 min., 31 sec. West I Northeast ,of State Road No. 100 in Bradford
. thence South 58 degrees 04 min.. 29 IS degrees, II corner of said Section 2, ,
ii moke )>, Virginia sec. West 160.8 feet to the end of 5561.3 feet to the North line of said thence continue North 18 degrees ,County, Florida and that on. of
said ditch centerline; Containing Section 10 at a point 828.7 feet 38 min., 11 sec. West 2S02.82 feet to I the Judges of the Circuit Court y
.1 \ Johnson 0.21 acre more or less. I Westerly from the Northeast corner a point ; thence North 18 degrees, the Eighth Judicial Circuit )f
i. r. I Box S4-A, Starke. Fla. Of said Section 10. \35 min. will the 18th if
Also: DITCH RIGHT (EASTERLY) i of NWl 31 sec. West 2797.9S feet to ( Florida on day
STATION 356-:-83.$ [Containing 0.550 acres more or les!!. the North boundary of Section 35. i October, A.D., 1954 at 9:30 o'clock
Mi;'Tha Johnson. That part of: :Exclusive of existing road right of Township 7 South, Range 22 East.'It i in the forenoon thereof in circuit
i liox 64-A Starke. Florida a I Court Chambers in Alachua County-
The NWV of NW of Section i way. point feet West from the ,
22 IS:: OWNED by: Theron E. Moore and Northeast corner of said Section 35. Court House at Gainesville, Florida.
f ihen c. Denmark and Seeber M. 23. Township 7 South, Range Moore.SRI .
wife. Page Virginia Containing 0.04 acre more or less consider said Declaration of Taking -
>. im.uk. Executors of the Last East I exclusive of area in existing road appoint appraisers and make
x< .1,1!, Testament of John H. lying within 15 feet each side of a ) 'o. :::t Right Of War right of way. ,such order as the Court deem-
..J k deceased. ditch centerline described as follows That part of: IS OWNED BY: The Town of Keystone proper. All parties to the su-t and I
Commence on the North boundaryof (A) A parc-el of land in the Heights a Florida municipal all parties interested may appear
P..dd, I said Section 23 at a point 8.3 EI of the SElf of Section 1':;.: corporation. land: be heard at the lime and i>Ia, .-
.i County, Florida feet East from the Northwest corner Township 7 South. Range zz: : ,|designated.
Iti lot Of \\ay. i of said Section 23: run thence described as: Beginningat I SHD '.o. 42 Might Of War !! .
East h
Mill 'u. 4TH !I j I You, and each of,1. are r- 1-
..f: South 18 degrees. 35 min.. 31 .e thhe Northeast corner of That part of: by commanded to app..ar"> fllng'UI
NV I of N\V 4 of Section 12, East 621.S feet to the POINT OF S1 of NEi. of XE14 of SEi, XI.a of NW} of SEi. LESS 6acres answer to the petition hi-ret-
,\n-hip 8 South Range 33 BEGINNING of said ditch centerline of'said Section 15. run thence I on,the East ,.side and the fore filed in this cause in the ea !
: run thence North 71 degrees. West 685.8 feet to the East South: KO feet of Section 13 ''tuled' court on or before th12'.n I
[ MIIIK 10. feet each side of 124 min.. 29 sec. East CUO feet to the right of way line of existing Township 8 South. Range 22' daof November. H.t tohuw !

... ,.f State toad 106, Sec- I end of said ditch centerline; State Road 100. thence Southeasterly East what I right title interest or l1-r, I
line of i Containing 0.3'1 acres more or less. 2213 feet along said lying Southerly of and within 50 ard i
fr..m the South I |\ lyi'U. er any of you. have in t /
'> l\- of XWVi of Section 12.: ill' OWNED BY: Container Corporalion ; East right of way thence North 'I feet of the survey line of State ,any of the above described lano1- ,
129 plus 00. and lying of America. I i 2096 feet to the Point of Beginning j Road 110, Section 280%. said survey and show cause why thiam j
teet each side said sur- ; and, line .being described as follows: :-h' uld not be taken for tb'use.- '
..ni-Station 129 plus 00 to I SKI N.. 3 lllgHt Of Way i (B) The SWH of SWH of SWt4 ,:Begin on the East bourfdary of Section and purposes set forth in the !ie"a--
line of said :\Wlot of NWcI That part of: of Section 14. Township 7 i 13. Township 8 South Range tion filed herein.
of land in the NWV of !; i 22 East. at a point 1456.97 Teet
said surrey line being A parcel South, Range 22 East. !
:!. WITNESS hand and this sea
I 33 Township 6 South North from the Southeast corner of my
SE. Section of and within
passing over and acrossaid tying Easterly 5411 I' this 7th day of
foli i of said Court on
described as i said Section 13. thence run North ,
'" 1 Section 11 as fol- Range 22 East, feet of the survey line of State
,; r.ning- on the West line I lowsBegin 12 feet west ofNorthest 100. Section 2S02, said survey line I 55 degrees 03 min., 57 sec. West October. A.D..
-aid Section: 12 ..t a : corner of said NWi of being described as follows: I I 5847.75 feet to the beginning of a OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyClerk
i 7 feet Sou'h of North- SE14 : thence run West 161 feet Begin on the South undarv f.fSection curve concave to the Northeast of Circuit {''.urt of Brad-
East right of way line of '''having a radius of 2S 64 79 feet. Florida
I. of aid Section 12. said to the 14 Township! 7 South Range ford County.
.:: Station lit existing State Road U'O. thencev.uheaitery 22 Ext a' a p.-nt .> fr-t Fafiopi -' th-iK-e Northwesterly 414.73 feet H"lli= V. Knight. (" ,unty A".rn
:1'.1 .. run North 32 d- : 36< fet t along -aM tjir Southwt--t C .rner ...fad aiong the are of said curve through Starke. Florida. 1" 4t 1" 2.
.ut. 1 sec East 1029.75 Raright! of way line thencrNorth S-n..r 14 rii-i the r. e North l' degr .a 1-ntral angle of S degree.17 mm.
feet t" the I' .nt f I-- "" 24.:
:2l' West
'. Station 12' l>luU" -. ) n.r' "I -e


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