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 15, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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R roaring flames completely I ment that had been Installed only t."blanket" construction insurance I the fire department but the heavy i Carpenter because the black ;their hose enough to reach the

: ruined Starke's new Setzer's Supermarket : the. day before the fire broke out. I
f1 which would have opened I Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter said j The fire climaxed "Fire Preven- completely filled the buildingby users' vision. He said the buildingwas were standing outdoors.

early next month. The fire damaged i that insurance underwriters esti-i!tion Week" which was highlightedby the time the fire truck arriveda full of construction and merchandising i> At one time the fire appeared !

most of the new building and I mate the loss at $30.000 for the : two of the most destructivefires few moments later. materials and his men :>to threaten the nearby house own- i.

r. completely destroyed a full line of I, $42,000 building and $35,000 for; in this area. The week be- Chief Carpenter said that the were notable to enter the building:ed by M R Judd. but when the j

deep freezes meat cases, shelves, i i the recently installed equipment. i gan last Sunday with a fire that door nearest the fire was forced. without stumbling The low ceiling 'supermarket's roof fell the fire i j

and other merchandising equip- JThe building was covered by a ,swept through the upper portionsof but a large piece of equipment was kept the firemen from arching ,was soon brought under control. j
,the Inn in Keystone Heights. i between the doorway and the fire

: < u' .. 'K.k. ', Construction' Superintendent A. He said the smoke was so bad that l
: ;' -# I E. Johnson faced the bitter task no one could enter the building
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i : of rebuilding the supermarket this'so volunteers forced two more Lu ; t i
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; I II It week He said it the t I
>. II I[ was first bad j doors attempting to get at the
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*, accident he's had in the construction flames.
;J of several similar markets. He I I In both cases heavy smoke

explained work would be held up !blocked the firemen's vision ana

by long range orders that are normally j| the ceiling of the building was

made in advance of a build- too low for hoses to be brought I
ing construction. i:i directly on the blaze. A

t He said the building's roof would !I I The firemen then took to the

have to be torn down, but the ; roof in hopes of creating a hole WL

brick walls seem to be sound. He i I that would free the smoke, but by : ,, .
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C had no estimate on how long it I the time they had a small hole m
would take to rebuild. I the roof the whole building was

: Johnson said the building was aflame and was beyond saving

equipped' with a partially completed -;, Finally the intense heat caused the er w '

t I sprinkler system which would heavy steel beams supporting the

I !ihaye probably saved it from heavy I!roof to melt and a large portion of

,damage. He said work on the ':the roof fell in.

(sprinklers had teen held up until From that time on the fire was

I thij ceiling was completed. 'I relatively easy to control accord-,

The fire started in the rear of ing to Chief Carpenter. He said,
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tM building while workers were the low ceiling of the building and

pouring hot asphalt for a refriger- j:[the heavy smoke were the two
Heavy' black smoke pours from the rear of the Setzer's Supermarket Fire spreads to the front of the building as the hot flames forced atfcn room. Something ignited the 1 i i factors that contributed to its total Charred ruins pictured at the rear of the building show" the mam-
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as a portion of the roof glues way The pent up !tmoke'pre- the plate glass windows to crumble The low ceiling of the building as hajt creating a flash fire like loss. I moth reconstruction job that must be undertaken to restore it. Steel

vented volunteer' firemen from entering; the building as they fought !, prevented the firemen from reaching the heart of the flames with gasoline. The men escaped from 'I Smoke masks would have proven I beams and heavy wooden timbers were severed by the flames. The

their hoses. th<.$. building and quickly notified ineffective according to Chief fire caused $63,000 worth of damage.
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Tornadoes Meet New Smyrna Beach Here Tonight, :;Dies Stafford Suddenly L Crews i Hospital 'Dream' Comes True

'Dad's Night' Will Honor Fathers Of Players 'Of Heart Attack ,I ,

I I The shrouds of uncertainty were lifted from the Brad-
,i I Charley E. Johns Will Head New ford County Hospital this week the construction
as contractwas
Brivttord High will seek its first I and drove from their own 35yardline Stafford Lang Crews 60 prominent -

conference win at Bradford Park i j for a score. Clifford Martin t resident of Bradford County I j awarded Mulbry, Inc. of New Smyrna Beach. Work

tonight Friday) at 8 p.m. as the I I .. skirted right end for an eight yard!' died suddenly Monday evening following I j Insurance firm After January 4 should begin within a week or 10 days according to Mrs.
team plays New Smyrna Beach. touchdown run. Elder's conversionwas I Louise Kite, secretary-treasurer of the hospital's Board of

TJie Starke team has three non- I II good, and the score stood 13-0. a heart attack. He suf- j i Acting Gov Charley E Johns over $250,000 in the compan Trustees.

conference wins, but lost to Palat- I, P K. Yonge capitalized on an o fered the attack in his home west I filed papers chartering a new I Johns said that Dann purchasedhis The contract was awarded for $360,053 and includes sera

ka in its only East Conferencetilt i intercepted pass deep in Starke j jof, Starke, and died upon reaching Florida corporation, the Presidential I shares to help get the new era facilities_ that were in danger of being left out becauseof

this year. -raisso territory for its first score. Elder (Ia physician's office in Starke. I Insurance Co. with secre- .:company started but planned to the hospital corporation's shortage of cash. The award-

Tonight will also te "Dad'sNight" r attempted a pass from the Starke' Mr. Crews was a charter memberof tary of State R. A. Gray this week. (I dispose of his shares later. ing of the contract followed a month's delay after the open-
for the football team, and 31 but it was intercepted by Burt I I
Black who ran it to the 12. Tom- Local Board Number 18, Selective Johns said he will serve as president I "I have. dreamed of having my ing of the bids while the hospital's Board of Trustees raised
The fathers will wear cards bearing ,
and chairman of the board of own insurance company since 1
Salt found wide Service, and had served on the needed $20,000 to meet the bids.
with team. my open spaces
sit on the bench the I [directors of the company beginning first started in the business in
TheJathers will wear card bearing around right end and went for the the board for the past 14 years. At Starke The contfact includes fourof
i, in January 1955. I 20 years ago Johns said I,I Post 56 Holds I
the uniform number of their son. score |I the time of his death he was chairman j i He added that the problem of seven alternates that were offered -
Johns said he would devote fill !
The Tornadoes topped P. K. P K. Yonge attempted to run 1 of the board. He was a World i':i time to his job as president of the ,financing had always been to' Special MeetingTo I to the contractors in order
Yonge of Gainesville in a 20-12( for the conversion. They made War,I veteran, a member of Amer- I!much. to reduce the cost of the building.

thriller milt week to keep its home( the first try"but a fifteen yard I lean I.egionPost 56, and a member a heaves;i ','kinsurance the governor's company office after he on !I John is modeling the firm'after Discuss FairA Included in the contract will be

slate unblemished. Starke had to'' penalty forced them to try again of the Christian Church. I a Texas that i '. j screened porches, air conditioning
I aged
s I Jan. 4. He will be paid $12,000 a company *
fight off a desperate P. K. Yonge & from the 17. This time an at- I i He was born in Lake Butler on to Union special meeting of the Jonesl.angfordWhite .. in the outside rooms, plastic tile
on selling
men. The
i by the and he will
second half bid and the victorywasn't tempted pass failed, and Starke TNov. 16, 1893 to the late Samuel C. year company |''Texas firm will act Post 56 of the floors, and a well and pump for
{ | as Presiden-
( commute from his home here to
certain until Sidney Jack- ri led 13-6. I land Florence Hendricks Crews. I ;tial's re-insurer American Legion will be held the hospital's water supply.
son powered his way through a Edwin Johns, P. K. Yonge's star : Surviving are his wife, :Mrs. I the company's main office in Jack- I II Tuesday, October 19 at 7:30 pm. The three alternates let out
host of tacklers for a 45-yard j i Murlie Williams Crews; one daugh- sonville. i at the Legion Hall. Under discussion -
fullback, found only one hole in were a covered walkway, paving
touchdown run in the closing mn-, Starke's defense during the entire I ter, Mrs. Jonnie Frances Edwards j) The announcement the first \New Petition will be plans for the Fair and curbing, and automatic controls

utes of the game. I Harold Bea.sley, 180, fills the key game. Early in the fourth quarter j who lives in Georgia; one son, Wil- i'indication of Johns' expanded and appointment of committees, on certain sterilizers. The
I liam Robert Crews, who is in the i business interests after he leaves \Seeks Re and also ways and means of get
backed he broke
Bradford High, by con j center spot on this j ear's spirited through the center of -hearing loss of these three alternates reduced -
'U. S. Navy stationed at Long the governor's office. Johns and ting new members.
stant cheers from the spirited home BUS team. the line on a delayed buck and[ : I the cost of the building
fans, built up a 13-0 lead by mid- galloped 35 yards for the score. i Beach, Calif.; three brothers, Plin- I several associates here are at- Of Corbin Case The Legion discussed American from $373,568 to the contract

w/}y through the third quarter. P. The try for extra point was mar-jUy, Crews of Ft. Myers, Pierce I tempting to establish a new bank Legion weeks which will run from I price.'

K Yonge then struck back savagely I side of the P. K. Yonge line and l jred by a fumble, and Starke regained Crews of Raiford, and J. E. Crews j tin Starke, but the final arrangements I Oct. 20 to Nov. 11. Tentative
for two quick scores to pull outran the other defenders for his ahead, 1312. |of Miami; four sisters, Mrs. George have not been completed. The case of Marion S. Corbin, plans were made for a parade on..I The contract was awarded last

within a point of the Tornadoes. \ 45-yard score. I| But Starke was to have the last : Baker of Birmingham, Ala.; !Several Starke businessmen have I]now serving a life sentence at the Veteran's Day, Nov. 11. I(I Thursday exactly 30 days from

It appeared that P. K. Yonge Starke kicked off to start the i>word, and Jackson's smashing run I I Mrs. Nora Sapp of Brooker; Mrs. |been approached by the group I State Prison at Raiford. along The Legionnaries are within i i the date that the bids were opened.
and P. K. Yonge began to : !Mabel Sapp of Lake Butler; and I which plans to sell I{I The fate of the hospital was in
might pull off a startling comebackif game climaxed the game a few plays $75 shares in with James McCool, for the 1951 1125 members of their 314 goal for
drive for an early score. They Mrs. Bell Richardson of Jacksonville :the bank i doubt for much of the 30 days
they could get their hands on later. Bradford High yards from if it is started. ( lone hundred per cent membership. :i
the ball once more. But six plays I reached Starke's 19-yard line when 'scrimmage by rushing were: Clark. I The charter of the new insurance murder of Claude Beaver was I Each member was given a list of i{]i because the hospital corporation

after P. K. Yonge's second score, I Edgar Akridge intercepted a passto 50 in 13 tries; Jackson, 52 inI I ., Funeral services were held at I company shows an authorized I continued when Theron A. Yawn 1953 members who have not paid i:did: not have enough matching

Jackson broke through the rightMurderSuicide end the threat. Starke's of- tries; Elder, 43 in 14 tries; and I the Lake Butler Christian Church I capital of a million dollars, I filed a petition for a re-hearing in !their dues and were asked to be :funds to enter into the contract.
'fense movt'd the ball to midfield, Martin 52 in 9 tries. ( Wednesday with the Rev. J. W. ,with $100.000 paid in capital and II I the Florida Supreme Court this individual membership chairmen|in THe anticipated cost of the hospitalhad
I but then it sputtered and Charles !i Yeomans S200.000 been $323,000. and the corporation
officiating. Interment: contributed
i STATISTICSStarke : to surplus by week, in anticipation of an appeal | rounding up the remaining members
!'Kirkland was called upon to punt. P.K.Y. followed in the family plot at: 'the stockholders. to the U. S. Supreme Court. Yawn j jj ,i was $20,000 short of its 35
i Kirkland's kick went to P. K.Yonge's j, Dekle Cemetery in Lake Butler. : I I{I per cent share of the constructionI
First downs i Johns
8 said has s the
j he invested serving in case without fee. Chris
12 where fumbled I j Carratt served with cost. The other 65
;, was Acive pallbearers were: Carl I i per cent is
Yards rushing 197 13'Yards : i$25.000 in the concern for 8,333 Corbin and McCool were convicted the Greek ''I
Backed and recovered by Tornado( Milton 1 Johns, S. R. Johns, H. A. Lawson I guerrilla army and ,paid by the federal government
Opinion passing 2. 57 shares at $1 each and $2 in sur- of murder in the first de- with British intelligence during'
,Hicks. Charles A. Darby, :Millard Johns I under the Hill-Burton Fund
,Total >ards 199 190 I plus" for each of his shares. He gree after the body of Beaver was ,World War U. told the !I
j Clark, who has mussel l and Eston Jordan. Legionnaires 'i The hospital will sell revenue
Stanley Passes 7 13 j I
attempted said the company will offer its found in McCool's car in a drive- how the bands ,
By NewEvidenceSheriff j previous games with a pulled, leg Passes completed 1 6 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home i :nsurance for public sale but it I I II way between their homey I* formed and much guerrilla about 1(i certificates to raise the $20,000
muscle from the 10 for of Starke was in of guerrilla needed. The A. S. Aloe
'i went over Passes intercepted 1 4 I charge arrange- will concentrate on selling the 'Starke. The body had an abdo- [warfare. i Equipment -
the score. Elder's extra ments. Co. of St. Louis Mo has
DeWayne Punts 3 1
,shares to union members. Several [men wound and was badly charred He how 2.000
P D Reddish said yesterday i point attempt was wide. ''Avg. dist. punts 33 34' i PUESBITEKIAX MENThe union officials are initial stockholders I[as a result of the car being set on ;{, could explained tie over 200,000 guerillas 'agreed to purchase the certificates.

that a telephone call from l J Starke dominated the play for Yds. punts returns 0 0 I 'fire i troops up in light, surprise regular -:i I The money will be added to thei$105ooO

State T. E. Duncan in- I the rest of the first half, but Kickoffs 4 3 5 Presbyterian Men's Club Largest stockholder in the I Ii i Various ( that the hospital had on
Attorney concern 'attempts, have been skirmishes.. He said guerrilla :;
dicated that the paraffin test neither team was able to score.I : Avg. dist kickoffs 45 21Yds. will hold: a supper meeting Thurs- is Bertram A. Dann of made to have the case re-opened, troops usually met their downfall1',hand from payments by the state's
I The Tornadoes received the: kickoffs returns 5 75 day 'night, Oct 21, at 7.30 the Miami .racing tax.
taken on the hands and arms of f in Dann is a general insurance including efforts ty Argosy when they attempted to fight on
46 kickoff to begin the second halfi Fumbles 0 1 I Sunday School buildiag. II The hospital corporation needed
M-Sgt James C. Chamblee, agent and has invested Magazine organized: line. .
and his wife Elsie Chamblee, 42 I I I"&U&matchin funds fo th e con s t ruction -

has Reddish been completed.said the test appeared ONE YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION SHOWS VAST CHANGES IN SITE OF HIGHLANDS MINEr money of for the one building year's plus operating enough

tn be "positive" in the case .,f ,, expenses before they could enter
Chamblee and "negate in the into the contract. The-Q poration

ease of his wife. Chamblee had i seeR .. is counting on $40,000 from next

powder turns on his index finger, iI I 1 : year's racing tax as part of their
hand and forearm. Mrs. Chamb- qq. 7 construction funds.
lee had two small powder burns on r The hospital project was a-'ai

hei left arm but not in a positionas I II r\... ._ ... I three years ago when a portion
.... ( ktULLkLi.ddof7lt
I 3 """ I of the state's
t I.) indicate that'she fired the I'j from school And countyuse
gunThe test appears to bear out I to help pay for the hospital.

SherIff Reddi!,h's preliminary investigation Ii i Two full years of "red tape:'! disappointments -

in which he said and hard earned
Chamblee eVidently shot his wifeand f vi buts have led up to the award-
; of the
ng contract.
then turned the gun on himself (
Sheriff Reddish said the corone rya grrj Sink Hole Left

> v mi'\' would probably return averdict r r4
Ooen To Public
_today (Friday).

High School PTA 6 _j; 3 5- 5 ONE YEAR. OLD- By Container Corp.The .

Sink Hole
near Graham
Will Meet
Recent pictures show' work at the three areas of the Highland'smine. recently featured in an article in

High's PTA will meet On the left work proceeds rapidly on the net mill and trans- The Telegraph, is open to the public -

for the first time Tuesday following I former barge (front). The initial superstructure work appearing private although lands.actually located -on

its separaton from the Starke II above has been enlarged and several banks of spirals and other equipment The

Elementary PTA. The meeting j Within a span of a year the ployee relations supervisor said have been in..talled.bon is a picture of the new office building property' surrounding and
the minerals from The including the sink hole
heavy offices
separate and is owned
shops are fin-
will be held in the BHS library ,Highland ilmenite mine has grown'that construction is proceeding on
for the mine. On the right is a portion of the dry mill. Most of by Corkainer
hull 100
the sand, has its rem shed for Corporation
I!from a desolate cow into'schedule and that the per except a few finishingtouches of America -
pasture shouldgo
beginning at 7:30 p.m. mine the equipment has now been installed in the dry mill and the sheet complete, its superstructure 60 Work but in building their
is now being com- fence
a bustling $3,000,000 industrial into around
Jan. I,
Jim Ritch, newly elected operation :
will take charge of the meet president = !plant only two and one half ': metal walls ha\e. been completed. ,per cent complete its processing pleted on the chemical laboratoryiwhich ,through that area. Container went
|months from operation. 1955.Denny I I equipment 20 er cent, and electrical ( was used as an office until I ,t-> some pains and expense toI
mg. Other new officers are Tom said that most of the
10 cent fence
: equipment per complete.The ;recently. around this scenic
Casey, Vice-president; and Mrs. C. Aa year ago a small crew began preliminary construction is com- 130 shows i I spot so
workers with most of them working that work was proceeding dry mill,, which separates the heat the public
could have
L ScholL secretarytreasurer.Casey the initial survey work on the II I pleted, and work is now being i the the I The plant will differ from the Ito access
the day shift. Two shifts are in following manner: I commercial minerals into highly I it and continue to
is in charge of Tuesday I'job, and the plant's growth has concentrated on the plant's pro- I employed in certain areas of the +dredge used to mine the ore had ;concentrated products, has 95 per I Trail Ridge mine in that it has in the past. enjoy as

evenings program and he will [proceeded steadily since that day. cessing and electrical equipment I plantWhen the mine goes into its hull 90 per cent complete, its I cent of its excavation and founda- .a floating electric transformer to.I The only thing that
present a panel discussion by I The mine is being built and oper-j[The mine had to be built from that the superstructure 60 cent coin-I Container
operation, it is expected per tion complete, 75 per cent of its reduce the need for large power I"Jlks} in return. for this
senior students and of ated for du Pont by Humphreys ,scratch with workers first I( ( consideration -
i being plant will run on a 24-hour basis plete, and its electrical and processing -! (
I superstructure, 20 per cent of its I lines runnng to the wet milLi is that the public
the PTA en juvenile delinquency. Gold Corporation which also operates I[used to construct roads, power and many of the men who are equipment 10 per cent j cooperate
II' I processing equipment and 40 percent 1 i Florida Power and Light Co. is bv: taking all possible precautions
Casey said the emphasis of the the Trail Ridge mine east lines, drainage ditches and other presently erecting the plant will complete. I to
discussion will be placed on comic I'of Starke. ;i preliminary work operate it I The wet mill, which floats be- i of its electrical equipment furnishing the electric current for, prevent fire get log out in the
I .area when visiting the Sink Hole.
books. C. G. Denny, Humphre emI I The mine presently employs 130 1; A progress report dated Sept [hind the dredge and is used to. complete. the mine. I

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Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under l>7 L. H. FiXch Mrs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAA I t

the Ad of March 3, 1879. I
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: : Dukes of ,
observe its
annual homecoming
pastor of the
j' church, filled his regular -
Wanted Parks in Bradford service next Sunday Oct. 1 7.i appointment Sunday. He I,
: Dr. W.
T. Walters will be th! accompanied here by Ronald Boles I l li
speaker for this occasion. AI I who led the
the of weekend which The value of along 100 and 301 singing and did some
course a quiet property former pastors and members to, solos that were
he spent at his home here, Acting Governor has skyrocketed in recent years until it is i gether with other friends of th! one. Time has been enjoyed by every-

Charley E. Johns remarked to friends that very difficult to think of a suitable location church are invited to attend. for evening services changed: as Training followS -' 1

he would very much like to see two wayside that would be donated or even sold at a Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Devbre and I Union 6:30; preaching l .

parks in Bradford County one on U. S. reasonable figure. Although there are many I[children, together with Mr. De-. 7:30; Prayer Meeting Wednesday service\ i I

301 and one on State 100 before he retires spots along both highways that would make vore's mother were recent dinnei 730. I H

from office in January.In ideal park sites, the owners in most casesare guests of the Melson Privett family. T. N. Norman and son, Gerald i, 1/f

bringing the subject up the Governor reluctant to give up property that has I and Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman.I a:

spotlighted a matter about which there has such potential value. :Mr. and Mrs. Obed Pauley and were business visitors to .Gaines.- Ii II i

been much talk and very little action in recent However it should be recognized that a Mrs. R. H. Futch were visitors to I [vine Tuesday of last week. I r \

months. The "fly in the ointment", of beautiful wayside park located on a pieceof Gainesville Tuesday of last week., I' Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and '! ,5J1'' 1CROWN

course, is obtaining a site, without cost, that property, would undoubtedly enhance the the Members First of the younger set of" sons, Rudolph and Joe, were re

would be acceptable to the State Road Department value of the remaining land and for anyone outdoor Baptist Church enjoyedan I cent visitors of the Carlton Chas- (

for such improvement.Two who has sufficient acreage, it might actuallymore ] [home of Mr. and weiner Mrs.roast at the tains. I ,
wayside parks in this county wouldbe than repay him for what he would evening last week. Roweone House Wannilg'I. j I

a definite asset and would be in line give up. Guests The Sapps, Felix Sapps, E. '
with recent efforts of the community to Then too, it should be remembered that of the Paul Dinkins family S.Sapps, Mrs. L. G. Norman and !I

offer something to hold the tourists withus the wayside park need not actually be 1 located during Adel Dinkins the weekend includedMiss daughter, Linda. the T. N. Nor I'
of Jacksonvilleand mans, Mrs. Fred tie '
fora little-while. Even if they stop for directly on 301 or 100, although that Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. L. Orr. Mr. and Mrs.Watterson, T.I

only an hour or two to picnic in a wayside would be most desirable. In several in of Anthony. and daughter, June, Leon Conner ,, 1 .

park, that is better than having them dash stances the Road Department has constructed James Wainwright of Melbournewas Haas family a housewat'mingw gave the Bill (

through Bradford County without so muchas parks a mile or more off the through I attending to business in La Tuesday night of last week. Each, i,|

a sidelong glance. highway in some exceptionally scenic spot tey Saturday of last week. family carried a flower plant or''

But a wayside park offers more than With good directional markers placed on the Ernest Wells of Ft. Story, shrub for their yard. They also S

that it is another beauty spot along the highway, pointing to the park tourists another I spent a recent weekend with his carried refreshments and had a

highway even for those who do not stop travelers go out of their way to find mother, Mrs. Mae Wells. very enjoyable social hour together.

to use its facilities. The parks are land these pleasant rest spots, it is said. Thereare Members of the WSCS of the The Haas family have recently]

scaped very attractively, and maintained in many lovely lakes within a stone's throwof 'Lawtey Methodist Church attendeda moved into their lovely new

a way that is a credit to the community 301 and 100 any one of.which would makean spend-the-day meeting in Starkeone I home on the Raiford Hiway. We

:where they are located. ideal site for a wayside park. Needless to day last week together with welcome them to our community.

Although the State Road Department say the park would enhance the value of the members of the Starke Church. A T. S. Sapp and E. S. Sapp were .

builds the park and maintains it, there is no surrounding property.We covered dish luncheon was enjoy in Gainesville Friday of last week. .
appropriation of funds for the purchase of think that Governor Johns' suggestionof ed at the noon hour in the church Frieda Norman and daughter
spent the weekend
sites. The land must be donated by the two wayside parks for Bradford Countyis dining room.Friends in Starke
with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.IS. .
owner, or purchased by a group who in turn an excellent one and we 'hope that the of Mrs. Catherine Teare Sapp. '. FINEST gasoline ever sold by Standard Oil
give it to the Road Department. The requirements owners of property along 301 and 100 will regret to know that she is now Robert

are that the property must be do a bit of soul-searching and come up with I confined to the Alachua General Plant City Turner were dinner and sons of

at least 300 feet fronting on the highwayand a suggested site and or sites while the Gover I Hospital because of .serious ill- the Raymond Crosby's Sunday.guests of The CROWN EXTRA Gasoline offered by your Standard Oil

extend 100 feet back. nor is able to help us get them without delay. ness.We also hear that Steve Starling Rev. H. C. Martin and family dealer is at an all-time high in anti-knock power the
I were dinner most powerful motor fuel ever sold at the Standard Oil sign.
I Jr. is in the Veterans Hospital guests of the Eldon
at Lake City, and R. W. Sapps Sunday. Since its introduction ten months ago, this higher-octane

I A Good Start -- But More NeededThe Moseley in St. Luke's at Jacksonville The T. N. Normans were dinner CROWN EXTRA has continued its sales leadership in premium
are improving. Mrs. H. C. guests of the Lois Newman family gasolines in the five states Alabama, Florida,

Harley was taken to St. Luke's ,of Bayless Highway Sunday. Georgia, Kentucky and Mississippi served by Standard
members of Starke's Garden Club haps under more favorable circumstances, l la last Mrs.
Sunday where she Delores
Carmichael .
was expected is in Oil dealers. .
report that last week's "working" got Crosby new "working" might be more productive.We to undergo surgery this week. I Miami to see her son-in-law and
Lake Cemetery's beautification campaign off sincerely join with the members of These citizens are all missed and ;daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Shultz This continuing leadership is due to the confidence of

to a rather shaky start. The task the Garden Club in southern motorists-a confidence based on experienceinthe
proved thanking those stouthearted :- I we hope to see_them home again I and new baby son.:
too great for the handful flf workers that persons who did help out Thursday. ,soon. Mrs. Ruby Gaynor and daughter, fact that CROWN EXTRA gives them all the power their

were on hand Thursday ready to go to work. Credit should also be given to the City of Mr. and Mrs. Zell S. Dukes of Glenda, were in Gainesville Sunday cars can deliver .all the protection their engines need.

We certainly hope that the limited re- Starke for furnishing city employees and to I Jacksonville were visiting in Law visiting Grady Varnes, a student '

sults of the "working" will not discourage those persons who contributed money so !tey on Sunday of last week.G. at U. of F. STANDARD OIL COMPANYKINTUCKY
those interested in restoring the cemetery that others: might be hired to work. W. Durham of Jacksonvillewas Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Norman'

to a place of beauty. A start of any sort i is: There is no doubt about itthe cemetery I a visitor to Lawtey last Sat Jr. visited his mother Mrs. Le ( )

a step in the right direction, and a renewed does look a LOT better than it did before the urday. I Roy Norman Sr., Sunday night.

effort might bring more heartening results. cleaning.To II Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cumbee were i
The weather worked against the project all of you, we say: "Congratulations Gainesville Friday of last week I Terry and Jimmy were spend the

and the road to the cemetery was almost on a good beginning, and better luck next I',and to see went Steve from there to Lake City day guests of Mrs. Yawn's mother bring out tie best '' in old cars and new

impassable due to construction work. Per- time." Starling in the hospi Mrs. J. G. Caldwell on Wednesday f bM' ._

i iI tal.Mr.. and Mrs. Cochran of j! of last week. Judge Yawn 1 '1IltitR. ,llc. _-1' -I: [ ._,,,J :. !.
Tampa :,Joined them for a supper ]
(attended services at the Methodist especially

I Business Women's Week i week.Church Sunday Inl11inJ..or. last I

Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Mrs.
National Business Women's Week is be- dustry in World War II did much to bring I R. H. Futch Mrs. Ola Pauley Starling and -

ing observed for the 27th time this week. about an Allied victory. Their untiring efforts Charles I Starling were shopping in
The week was established in 1928 to focus kept America's fighting men the best i Jacksonville on Monday. Statement of Condition of

the attention of the country on the contri- armed and best equipped in the world. I Miss Alma Privett spent Sunday.

bution which women in business and the Our business women also are proving ai',with her aunt, Mrs. John Devore.
professions were making to the United great value to their communities outside of I I The regular business meeting of BANK AT STARKE -

States. the business world. Their active public] !1 the WMU of the First Baptist

During the 27 years marked by these spirited campaigns have aided many worth-1 I!Church was held in the church
while Tuesday evening of last week. The Condensed from Report to Comptroller
have become projects.'I J'I
weeks women steadily a greater
: ,
meeting will be held in the home
The Starke BPW Club is
undertaking t heof:;
and greater part of American businesS' formation !4 Mrs. H. B. Arwood on the nightof
of Ground
a Observer Corps .
When the week was first observed,most in Starke as: part of their observance of !4 Oct. 26 and all ladies of the 1 October 7, 1954RESOURCES
of business still considered '.hurch are urged to attend. t
phases were a'man's Business Women's Week. This is a farsighted
Mr. and Mrs. ;Joe Shuford and
world. Since then women have in the
sadly neglected son of St. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs.
shown their worth in such a wide field of Civilian Defense field. and i
we sincerely ho peiJ.I S. Shuford Jr. and daughter of
skills that they now stand "shoulder toshoulder" that the people of Starke
and Bradford I:Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
with men in the business world. County will pitch in and help to make the :Shuford of Palatka were guests of .

Their contribution to the nation's in project a success. I tI :heir mother, Mrs. J. S. Shuford I ,
I Sr. on a recent weekend. .

I Many Common Ornamental Plants Contain ,;cannot dissolve them. They will not I LOANS AND DISCOUNTS 595.372.33

Deadly Poisons Says County Agent HugginsMany i!broken. 15,459.84

of the common orna- anist Erdman West of the Florida I West says there are a number PREPAID EXPENSES 1,254.88

mental plants growing in our garden -(Agricultural Experiment Stations i of other ornamentals that are poisonous -I j OTHER RESOURCES 171.35

He points out that the common : ; for example,
and around our yards in Flo castor.ans'l ACCRUED INTEREST AND
Club _
oleander affects like MeetsState I
rida contain deadly poisons. Coun- many people allamandas, elephants' ears night- i I INCOME
poison ivy raising a rash or irritation Farm Community Club RECEIVABLE .. 103LU3
ty Agent G. T. Huggins says it i and rattle-box. The best "
be on their skin. But did you rule for I Ns-as artistically arranged for the U. S.
might best especially if you you and your children to GOVERNMENT SECURITIES 2,061,750.60FLORIDA
know that chewing and swallowing Annual Fall Luncheon and installation -
have children follow is II ;
to get rid of never eat any plant or
i a single leaf of this plant of officers. A covered dish i COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL BONDS
poisonous plants. seed in fact, don't even put it lunch 236,139.83
will make was enjoyed at 12:00
sick and
you quite noon ;
Here are some of the poisonous in your mouth unless you know ':: CASH ON
with HAND
may be fatal? The flowers are ; 23 members present.: The DUE FROM BANKS 413,519.05 2721723.61
(ornamentals commonly found in for sure it is not poisonous.:: i i tables were
poisonous, too. attractively set with '
Florida gardens, as given by Bot- I 1 Remember never eat a mushroom J limners of Magnolia and double
While know that
you probably I'
I or toadstool unless you know I4ibiscus. Other seasonal flowers
the common yellow jessamine for sure that it is safe to eat.Pome :';were placed throughout the club 333982.01;

,vine is poisonous, you may not of these fungia that appear rooms. A business meeting was
j realize just how poisonous. All i:the most innocent are actually the ::held immediately following the
YOURPROTECTION parts of the vine flowers stems
most poisonous forms.Cigarette luncheon with the following officers -
l leaves and roots contain powerful
installed: Mrs. L.
Chapman -
and deadly alkaloids. This plantshould LIABILITIESCAPITAL
Tax ;! president; Mrs. J. G. God- : -
never even be put into the ;
president; :Mrs.! E. G. :
mouth. Huggins says there is a
Long treasurer; and Mrs. Mile
well substantiated case of a child Funds Increase i;jSeigler and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield
being fatally I STOCK '
poisoned by just secretary. The president 50000.00
Starke collected 3115.19 for its presented
chewing on the stem ,
yellow the
( committee chairmans SURPLUS
share in 200,000.00!
jessamine. the state cigarette tax
approval. finance Mrs. L. W.
IS OURPROFESSION Common hydrangea contains curing July to top June's total of Pace: flower. Mrs. Mark E. Adams; UNDIVIDED PROFITS 25,613.11! 275,619.11

cyanogenetic substances. Thes 53.026.9"July's collections continued house Mrs. W. E. Feagle; mem-
.substances produce prussic acid a three-month increase'bersip.. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell; program RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES ..t.;.. 56987.64
when digested. Another common Mrs. H. J. Kucera: sewing. RESERVE FOR
since collections TAXES, INTEREST ETC.
of $2.829.43. :
poisonous plant is the luckynutor Mrs. }[. W. Shealy; social Mrs. _.. 22412.20

yellow oleander. Tung trees Brooker's tax income took its R. P. McLendon; welfare, Mrs.: W. INTEREST & INCOME COLLECTED, .
often used as ornamentals contain second sharp drop in two months. N. North. Plans were made for NOT EARNED

poisonous materials in the Brooker received $185.33 in Julyas the Hallowe'en party to be held 23677.16

e ,leaves and nuts. compared with $290.90 in June Saturday night, October 23. I DIVIDENDS DECLARED, NOT YET PAYABLE 750.00
:Brooker's collections had previously '! Mrs. Margie Jones
; One of our most popular and of Seville is
You should have one of our .;beautiful garden plants the built to a high in May of $347.26.Hampton pending this week with Mrs. Willie DEPOSITS '__ 2,954,535.90

Burgulary Insurance Policies i gloriosa j or climbing lily is one > also had a sharp drop Knight. :
of the most in tax income. Hampton received Mrs. L. Durden. Mrs. Margie -,
poisonous -
Protect home, I plants S.
your ;'erown in this State. A piece of $.9.56 in July as compared with Jones and :Mrs. Willie Knight : 3333982.01

business and personal property I the tuber of this lily only an inch ;:$103.43 in June and $9360 in bra}. spent Monday afternoon in Lake

*- ,long can kill an adult. The leaves Keystone Heights continued tot I Butler with Mrs. C. A. Roberts. 'I
'land flowers are less toxic. but !boost its collections as its Mrs. M. J. Collins and Mrs. W. I
Constant Service Since 1891 eE.: I ''' '''
,they still contain enough poison lakes attracted more and Feagle spent last Wednesday \V'\ 1n.r. 7//
SENDFORJERRYJUJ. to make them dangerous. i visitors. during July's hot weather. in Gainesville. i Ch :r fSTR: *' if;*
I The town collected in'! Spend the day guests of the H. :
A most common poisonous plan t, $1.02001 i J5j i\J.
July as compared with $840.01 in M. Richardes on Wednesday were \\\/1'\ /
in ...
especially South Florida, is the .. .
WALL'AGENCY ]June and $536.33 in May. I air and Mrs. Donald Boner of __ .... \ / .
crabeye or \ \ ..
rosary pea. Many peo-, fc OUAft/ .
i Richmond, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. ::; .. \ \ :::
Law ::
,,pie have used these little red seeds fey continued a slight gain -. DEPOSIT
with the black eyes for making !i with $368.60 in July $343.28 in !J. H. Hitch of Starke. *- FEDEIW.A.N K 6eti X"
ii' Mr. i :: ;
and Mrs. L. Durden spent ---- :;
I. i necklaces and other trinkets. But ;June and $307.01 in May. I ::: 1 FLORIDA
.1 last weekend 1\.1-
t in Gainesville with
one seed from this plant, when Waldo held its in NATI9NAL -
.1 ]ji own July with .
Phone 146 .1i I.Mrs. Durden's sister, Mr. and Mrs. ; = AT STARK:
i i crushed or ground up is enough I $338.02 as compared with $337.28 A. C. Carlton. I "_ r?, I

200 E. Call Street I I';to kill an adult man or woman. ,!in June and $318.80 in May. Mrs. M. J. Collins is spending __ -. ::: '

tarke.... !Huggins declares that the reason ]I Lake Butler continued a steady; some time in Jacksonville with = := -= :-, 1 Y ;;!i2--- ...

,,these seeds do not often cause advance with $767.05 in July}ii]her daughter and family, Mr. and
', trouble is that the seed coat is $614.58 in June and $558.70 in ;Mrs. Don Ray Tilley.
: 'very hard. Human Mav. :
digestive juices:
Mrs. T.
I i A Yawn and little sons.





-4 -I'car- for a check-up. :Must go to a'I ] j I'The millage has been reduced this 'week. I j 1 NOTICE: Ton are hereby notified that *

I I Cadillac dealer. so he is in Sioux i, Marine!'\ Buddies :ear from 8.4 mills to 8 mills. I Happy birthday to Sarah Norman ', :Materials latltatio, Lumber For,Bid hardware.*. cult Divorce for care n-.ii.dy and con-
j Keystone has grown so in the past (' trol of minor child
City I am out on the front ver- I on Oct. 9 and to Floyd Norman electrical, plumbing, roofing and
Nh year that the net taxable property I on Oct. 5. i concrete for constructing a shed approximately has been filed against you In the
anda. My dog is lying in the sun j after homestead : SO x 111' up to ISO'landor ,aboTe named Court and cause and
on the grass. I have blooming Still Together exemption has I Sick list: Larry Norman is able a shed $,' x So' including yom are required to serve a copy of
increased nearly $200,000 to a total :rest-rooms, Erooker State Farmers your answer or pleading to( too
geraniums, coleas, and petunias jver $700,000. Gross assessed val- to attend school after being hit .'Market. Brooker, Florida and/or complaint on the Plaintiff
between the house and walk. invitation for bids for contractors Attorne Newton T. Jose, 161J
uation is $1,160200. Taxes are ,ty a ball. Ellen Norman, Avie Austin -Ito I construct the building. For details King Street Jacksonville, Fla.
fy Lura ifrQessAfoftrPOHCA. I've been digging the potatoesand F not due until November 1, but are Mr. Converse, and Little I in either case, write State and file the original In the officeof
have Farmers Market. Box 1191. Winter the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
NEBRi four bushel baskets in payable any time from now until Elizabeth Ann Harvey. Hope they I Haven, Florida phone 3-66i. or before the
the cold room. I will put another April I, 1955. !will all soon be well again. I Ii | 10/8 !t 1015 8 day of Xi-vemher. 193t: ; i
Wherein summer nears the clusSummer is gone. May be only one or two down there and sell (First Baptist Church I I j i E. C. Harvey visited Mrs. Eugene i Complaint otherwise will the allegations be !takea as or confessed !
Ing and I bid the wren goodbye,I the rest. I still have another j i Austin in Alachua General i NOTICE TO APPEAR by you. j;
I a few days left by the time youas I The Harriet Kelly Class Ban- II Circuit Court Bradford Coast, This notice hall be published !
"e go down life's winding road. patch to dig. They are very nice. quet last Friday evening, at theWoman's I Hospital Sunday. Florida IB CkaBeerr. once each week for four consecutive -
this. it has been Clauderan Vapnar,
read For me one Plaintiff vs.
Made j
Tomato Preserves from red weeks in the Bradford Count
I Club, was a delightful (|| Mrs. Eugene Austin and little Stephen A. Vapnar, Defendant. Telegraph. !
One by one the petals give of the happiest I have tomatoes. Select 4,3
ripe tomatoes, Case No 10-j06
affair and enjoyed by 28 members baby daughter returned home Monday -I Dated this 7 day of October, 193 t,
Ample warning that we live ever lived. It is good to be middleAs -I scald and peel. Squeeze between I Votive To Appear.To I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby II
I II and guests. After a delicious roast and both are getting along, : Stephen A. Vapnar. w hoereMdem I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
God ordained. aged. I hope the years ahead can palms of hands to remove as much//| adiTrt "70 East;
turkey dinner, Mrs. Edward Beebe I : e and i I" By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
be as gratifying Having been a I juice and seeds as possible. Throw j 1 1I < ,r. : fine.A Olive Street, Pomona California. 10 g U 10. 29 I
was in charge of a period of fun 1 i
the week "Be-
by wind's caprice, i thought for : !
school teacher has made my life that juice away :Measure the to- ;' Being Marine is more fun I II I -
Down life's winding road we I a I and fellowship. The tables were loved, if God so loved us, we ought i ii
richer, for I have loved so many matoes by cupfuls and put the !'when old pals stick together. It''beautifully decorated and class also to love one another." John
children and people. My pupils same number of cups of sugar. j I i I doesn't happen often, but it was colors carried out on the place 1 4:11. MOVING
As mingled passions join the write to me and old friends where- Stir well in a granite kettle or pan. i i the good luck of Ronny McClellan ;j cards and in the lovely corsages : i I

pace, ever I have lived. Today I had a Let stand overnight. In the morn- ;and Randall Martin, old high presented each lady. I I 1

Till bedded down by some stonewall letter from Betty Carter, one of ing stir"well, drain off the juice'i I' school chums. They joined the After the business meeting of LOCAL S Safe
my former pupils at Clay Hill. and boil thick. Add tomato pulp !'Corps i on the same day and were ''the W. M. S. last Tuesday, the of- FILL DIRTGOOD : OR PHONE
We is now married and.has a baby. and 'a sliced lemon. Boil until :> Dependable
too asphodel.She
seek fields'of "skin heads" together at Parris ficers for the new year were installed '
Such a dear, precious and intelligent clear. These are good on biscuits'' ;Island. Five new members were RICH LONGDISTANCE Economical 311
As God ordained, some heavenly young mother. I also have with butter.
I and j welcomed into the society. After R. B. Alvarez OR
spring nice letters from Hazel Griffis
HELPFUL HINTS: I find apple 'an, interesting program on the sub- TOP SOILSee
Will further our awakening.Shirley I Padgett. Agents For TRANSFER AND
pies are better if the juice of one,,: ,ject "Make Straight a Highway 250-J
-Harris LJghtfoot Forbes 'Jon has taken the new funeralSeemingly i for Our God," a delicious covered- Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO.
lemon Is mixed with the raw apples
Idish luncheon was enjoyed by 19
and sugar before baking. I like
i the new powdered bleach to use in members and seven visitors. The BILL JACKSON

DO IT YOURSELFIndoors :washing that is on the market nursery is now open during the ,, Jackson Transfer Company STORAGEPerryman
now. W M. S. meetings for the bene-
fit of mothers 165
with Phone
; This: morning I am taking life .:hildren.fTTTVYTYYYTTYTYTVYTTTTW. preschool Bldg S, Court St Starke, Florida

:rasy as I have to be by the telephone .

t : I call these my vacation ,
tk 9)1 / '! :days. Whopee! I work to collect

t1 I1J Il I my Christmas gifts. I have a new
\' t4 IIffJ/ : ji 'vaist apron pattern that covers HIGHLAND

i 3 r ri 'one better than most. If anyorife
I -- \ //1 I j wants the pattern, just drop mea By :Mrs. Lacy Norman
,''t 1 i Then on througb Boot Camp as t .
4! line. Til cut one out of newspaper -
'yP.y i for raw recruits they: took the tough UWAUI REVOLVING SHELVES
l I! training schedule side by side and
I love these October days.Don't Par- Evelyn Norman and Janet /
i bunked together in
Griffis of Jacksonville the
r spent
;- If k \ I LOVE.. LURA ris Island barracks. weekend home with friends and I REFRIGERATOR. :

___ I relatives. .

Several from here attended the QUANTITY LIMITED 1

i homecoming services at Long AT THIS i.
t } To .
Branch Sunday.Mr. .

i i Misery of S. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp of 10 '

Heilbronn were vistung the La .e.\' -
W Normans Tuesday.Mr. .
MJ66 and Mrs. Eugene Austin are

'the proud parents of a nine pound
outdoors all around the house we'll LIQUID OR TUlfTS'UMi FAST MUEf i' girl born in Alachua General Hospital !
show you how to do your own remodeling jobs so you'll I on Oct. 8. She is named '

save on labor costs. Margaret Ann.

After boot camp they enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. I
I L. M. Norman t
leaves at home and
CALL US OR DROP IN I were in Jacksonville Friday oni e I
ferred to Camp Pendleton, Calif. ]
: : Cut Faster, Cleaner, EasierYou'll i!tusiness.I ,
(there's always free parking). I awaiting transfer overseas. They I! H r
Sunday School begins at 9:45 _
save time and effort boarded ship for Japan on Sept. )
ja. m., Worship Service at 11 a m
when your saws have been 10. !
Starke folks) have grown to depend upon us because sharpened on our precision At present their address is: ,;and 7:30: p. m., teacher's meeting r it
at 6:30 p. m. Friday, and
: machine. All teeth are made 3rd Marine Div. Plat., co: FPO, i!' praYf'rmeeting
variety of building materials from each Wednesday at 7:30: .
uniform and' accurate San Francisco, Calif., plus of i'p. : I II IPLUS.
foundation to roofing m. Pastor E. C. Harvey and
just like new. course, Pfc. Lewis R. McClellan- t i i Ii
Sunday School J. A. Eunice
.:. home modern You'll be 1474536 or Pfc Randall Martin- I __ i
free planning help (a new a I .'D Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman. a4 t
kitchen an extra wing) pleased withcour J' 14*&538. I
I t Evelyn Norman, and Charles Mose-
speedy Randall is the son of Mr. and '
Iy were in the Clay Hill community
free financing assistance for remodeling, service and Mrs Floyd Martin of Starke, and Sunday.I .

repairing with Ronnie the son of Mr and Mrs. i
your easy i I T. E Pease of St. Mary's, Ga..
cutting saw. Leslie McClellan, Lawtey. I ,
an experienced staff with up-to-the-minute 'was in our community on business

"how-to-do-it" tips. -I II ....mn..m.mri.IKeystone ., !'Friday. *fod-oway! BoHle Rocks -
Mrs. Frank Youngston and baby i *Adiuilab! Door Shelves
See Us About Any Job I All Saws Re-Toothed of Jacksonville visited the Marrs;I Mini-Cgb !Ice Troys BUTTER KEEPER!

I And Filed Heightsby j family Sunday. Keeps Butter Spreading Perfect r MODEL

Our Services Are Yours For The Asking I All Hand Saws 50c ., I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Normanand \ LM 1001 .4
165 X. Water St. Ph. HtI -%' Mrs. Sara McDonalduAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.uu
Zettie Padgett were in Chattahoochee ;
L I ALSO SHARPEN Saturday visiting Will[1 1 F. SEPARATrtAPPLlANCS
!(Norman. J J111 MCGRIF I F
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone I Knives, Scissors, Etc. The Community Church Women's Mr.. and Mrs. Albert Norman I I I I
Circles will meet next week. in
I All New Equipment were Gainesville Friday. IN I ONE
45 Washington St. at S. A.L. Depot Mrs. Crosby's circle at the homeof i Edwin Griffis of Fort Bragg i GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
Starke Fla. i CALVIN JOHNS Mrs. Stevens at 1 p. m.; Mrs. I N. C., spent the weekend here,
Smith's at the home of Mrs. F. |i,!With friends and relatives. Cor. Call) & Walnut Sts. Phone 229 CABINET I E !.
I 465; N. Water St. .
O. Clark at 11 a. m.; Mrs. Eisen- .I j|i Dock Norman of Clay Hill was Starke Fla. .--

T :acker's at the home of :Mrs. :Me- ,in our community during the past

:Donald at 11 a.. m.; and the Night- [: -
ingales at the home tif Mrs. S. E.

McKay.The next meeting of the Key- !' O ily Amei as Rsl Choiee Truck

R EDDY stone Heights P. T. A. will te held '

a on Tuesday Oct. 19, at 8 p. m.

The subject for the evening will Gives You The Rl'st Choke
be American Education and Miss I fefuesjY

Emma Kate Mansefield will be
i \i!> >' "
the speaker.

Plans are progressing for the

Annual Carnival which will be

held on Thursday, Oct. 28, in the t /

te park. Note the change in locale. '

Heretofore it has been in the j i,

school house. There will be no ,

dinner served this year but the I
r Lions will have their customary I,

eu4 booth the Rotary I .r y
Automatic, for hot-dogs; W94:1tC.bi ( Yif.bwC.,C A II fi' Aft '
dependable Sunshine Club will sell hamburgers as usual; I oRO :Py q. ,CZQ
and there will be booths for the
Service is the BIG e
DIFFERENCE between old sale of coffee, soft drinks and I

fashioned drudgery and 1 cakes. There will be the usual
;\ '
,I .:', today's easy electric living. booths for the children; fish pond, / x
: darts, and similar amusements.The LMrra.tar ti k ni
( f So;in town or country..for ';\,..:" )';') sa vJ.. a c
;; business or pleasure_cat) ttj t U parade will form near the F
i ;, on Reddy early and .# '. ., I post office and there wil| be prizes
{ ,t. often. He's the biggest :for costumes in all age groups.

t'S.. S bargain in any % .Myron Prevatt is general chairman ,
.k budget! i and Mrs. James :McKay will I ..

P have charge of the parade. Timeis a W .

6:30 p. m. I

/ t- j. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Martin of 1. .

I Kansas City, who have been visiting "

1 the Kargis's left for home on I Now's the time to buy! v

/ 4 ( 1 6 Tuesday morning. Together with'II '
; I I Mr. and Mrs. Kargis, they made a''j Get OU BIG DEAL! .
All these advances that work
tour of Mtami, South Florida, and great mean more per day. more

the East Coast while they were work per dollar are yours in America's lowest-priced truck line! Save wIth/ a new Chevrolet|}

.here. This was their first trip to i i
An electric home food freezer cuts the .Florida and they were much pleas-I No wonder Chevrolet trucks are the biggest sellers of all! i JJRCi
.. the
cost of better living saves trips to '
store provides complete freezer meals ed with what they saw of the' ... '. .
for unexpected'emergencies' butt |state. i, "

>, 3c to 7c a day to operate. -+ Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Brown of DOLLAR-SAVING TRIP-SAVING LONG-UFE
t EitaKita baud o"*on al ken* 1 1 > awag*fltCa und loaf,. i Mr. and Mrs. David Nelson on ENGINE fEATURES BODY FEATURES CHASSIS FEATURES CAB fEATURES CONTROL fEATURES

v -3M1.' ,their way to Key West to see their Aluminum alloy pis- New stake and plat. You1J find stronger Efficient ventilation Easier steering with I

,son who is in the Navy and stationed tons, aU-weather ig- form bodies i are frames in all models; and insulation 1 ; Chevrolet's Recircu-I

i at Key West, Mr. and Mrs. nition system and wider and longer. heavier axle shafts shackle mountings lating Ban Steering I

i Saunders of Fayetville, N. C.. will fun-pressure lubrica; New pickup bodies and bigger front that cushion against Gear; easier stop- t

,be the Nelsons' guests this week. lion assure longer, are deeper You haulhed bearings in frame vibrations; a ping with Torque. :
This FPilCo. designed bulldozer : .. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sipe returned '
withuchrres IO\Tier-cost life in aU time 2-ton
1 more save models and big, one-piece curved Action and Twin-
A-frame i
can erect H shaped Ain to Keystone last Wednes-
'nothing flat... speed high s line con. v- day after a stay in Pennsylvaniaof three engines! and extra trips, many, many more.indshield.. Action brakes.. I I

strv ticn..cut the cost of line extensions. Q' b': 4.-m 'T' more than three months. They 1

: report a very pleasant summer. .
'. '1t't.! .
:Mr. and Mrs. Axel Malmgrem
With electric and
an purp a sprinkler system
: f ou'r. not at the mercy of the"weather man*. have returned from a three weeks

._ Plan now to let Reddy Kilowatt keep your tour. ;i NEW CHEVROLET TRUCKS)

crops and lawn green. Jack Haberstroh, who went to
the Veterans Hospital in Lake I, J
< City for an operation, is reported ;,

I :gg& FLORIDA I POWER & LIGjff OMPANY *SHv$ much improved. I

O c a i 5' Statements for 1954 city taxes TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE

+ I went out last week so if :you did .
I Florida l
living not get yours, contact the city

I ,r. r s.at+.._ tax collector. Maybe your address 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETS!

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I ;:i:. =rsrsnssSSSSSSfltflS 4..- -FSF rJttIrflfl f jVonciel Kelley |UDC Held Luncheon Announce I !
Parents |First Baptist WMU I BPW Forms Ground Observer Unit

Will Soon WedM. Meeting RecentlyThe J Approaching Marriage 5 !!Plan Luncheon !

Benton Futch W. T. Weeks chapteU rQf: HelenVhitehead ,,S_ i iI
i The business and program meet- ;; -:..
D C. held their October
meetin gl ing of the First Baptist W.M.U i
Oct 6 with a luncheon in th Ie'' :Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Whitehead L iI
will be held at the church on Tuesday : -
Methodist Recreation building.Mrs. ':announCe the approaching; mar- I Oct. 19, at noon with a cover- ;I
W. G. Haile riage of their daughter, Helen, tc' ,
presiden! [, I ed dish luncheon. The Loren;i !.
Gladys Mooty presided over the meeting, durin g ,Francis Klicker of Jacksonvilles .: II Epperson circle is in charge o' :
which Mrs. Steve Simmons i The ceremony will take place Satf -

Phone 35 6' I presented with a certificate wa c) urday, Oct. 16, at 7:30 p.m. in th: the program. : L lix : j jt
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Shirley Carpenter Baptist WMU ri. J. E. Wilson installed th 'Jacksonville. All friends and reF: Recent BirthMr. I I I

following officers for the ., :atives are invited.Association .
Mission ne and Mrs. William T. Thom. 17i1 T
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Honored At Shower Begins year: Mrs. W. G. Haile presidentMrs. son Jr., of Monticello, ; f

Last Tuesday EveningMrs. I! Prayer SeasonThe W. .Roberts O. L. ,Haynes 2nd V.P., V.P.; Mrs.; Mrs.A. C 2;. Meeting the birth ot.a son. William announce Henry: ; 7 1_ _
III, born Oct. 9. Mrs. Thomson is
Titus Olson and Mrs. Woman's Missionary Union Adkins, secy.; Mrs. E. K. Perry:: Of BaptistVMU I the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. L : I

Claude Pickett entertained last, Season of prayer for State Mis man, treas.; Mrs. L. A. Davu !iHeld In Starke Stump of Starke.

Tuesday evening with a lovely sions began on Monday, October registrar; Mrs. L. G. Powell his: I '

Imen-and-modernware shower held I 11, at the First Baptist Church. torian; and Mrs. A. H. Johns I, The WMU met at the First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell, of, j jI I _

in the home of Mrs. Dwight Car. Previous to assembly in the chUrch Recorder of Crosses. I Church in Starke October 1 Jacksonville, are the happy py-
penter. Guest of honor for the sanctuary, a breakfast was servedin following committees wer,e land held their annual association ents of a daughter born Tuesday ; '

occasion was :Miss Shirley Carpenter .recreation room, with Pres appointed: Finance, Mrs. O. I"I meeting. in St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. ,
bride-elect of November.The ident Mrs. Lex Green and Program ,Beasley and Mrs. Steve Simmons: Theme of the meeting was Mizell is the former Lucille Alva- S 5 -S
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home was attractively Chairman Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr Hostess Mrs. L. F. Dinkins Mrs I. "Jesus Saves". David Haines of iez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. : '

adorned for the party with autumn as hostesses. E. L. Matthews and Mrs. J.V?'. Starke sang a special solo, be- L. Alvarez of Starke. ., ..
blossoms and native green- Theme of the program, under Mr and Mrs. Warren Kelly of Kincaid; Cemetery, :Mrs. O. LHaynt ,. fore Rev. C. B. Stalling of Brooker i I -I''I. ''d i -Minute Ph u bhe Telegraph
Mrs. I Mrs. J. W. Wilson I the S-Sgt. Hanrel H. Duke, Pat Laiube', S-Sgt. Joseph R. Griffin. andMrs.
ery. A )handsome bouquet of roses direction of Mundy, was 1 Starke announce the engagement an delivered morning message. I
and lilies centered the bouffet. In "Hitler-Hath the Lord HelpedUs ot their daughter Vonciel to M. Mrs. E. K. Perryman; MagazineMrs. ', Mrs. Ralph Beloville of Pine ,Home Demonstration Marian Howe pose in front of the liir-tiness and Professional
," and devotional from this L. A. Davis; Pub! Mrs. A. in of the Memorial Woman's ground observer stand. Miss
the dining room gifts were pre- a Benton Futrh, son of Mrs. Joyce (Grove was charge Agent Gives Cooking I corps Lambe' said BPW Club
of I Sam. 7:12: was given Z. Adkins; Music, Mrs. Le the service, signed about 25
sented under a Decorated umbrella passage T. Futch of Lawtey. The wedding Ii i C I Service. During up persons to be ground observers in Starke. The
with matching streamers carrying by Mrs. L. D. Haines. A devo- i'will be an event of November. I jI Green, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid am I ,Rev. Joe Siama sang, "Home Sweet Tips To HousewivesI : club sponsored! the post as part of Business Women's Week \\hit'has

out the color motiff.Appropriate tional vocal prayer "Break Thou I Mrs. Perryman; and CourtesyMrs. 'Home." : proclaimed by Major J. R. Wainwright this week.
games were played the Bread of Life" was sung by I Mattie Gahagan. I Mrs. Lewis Haines installed the I you jise your electric stove
during the party, and prizes were:Mrs. L. F. Dinkins. Mrs. Green ;;Ethel Biggs Circle I During the program Mrs. L. G. j following officers for the coming !the wrong way, you can turn up

awarded to Mrs. J. p. Tomlinson, I gave the introduction to the program Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and Mrs. after which Mrs. Nell Griffin -: I the U.D.C. accomplishments in thi Graham;' president; Mrs. J. W. ,Miss Dorothy Ross, home demonstration 1
Dwight Carpenter. told of the First Baptist Churchin !I The Ethel Biggs circle of the |last 60 years.Methodist. Thomas, Brooker vice president; I agent, points out. She Acting Gov. Charley E. Johns'' motels all basically fall into thirst
Florida Mrs. Dinkins the I i said that proper use of the range designated this week. Oct. 10-15.! catagoiy as highway motels.
Deaden '
with gave First Baptist church met Monday: Mrs. L. L. Dyal, secre-
Invited to enjoy the Circle 4 I can cut electric bills and prolong as Motel Week in Florida to spot- j There are also city motels. resort
forty history of the Florida Baptist Con- evening with Mrs. E. D. Tenly, j tary-treasurer; Mrs. William Wilson -'
honor were I ,
the guest Mrs. Dwight vention, which included only those with Mrs. E. F. Miles as cohostess. J Met ThisVeek Raiford, young people's leader 'the life of the range. 'light the industry that now contributes i, motels apartment motels. and
guests including churches basis. i i "Don't start on "high" heat each $125.000.000 annual !' fishing camp motels.In .
mother of the bride- on a missionary :There were 16 members present. ; Mrs. Paul Raymond Starke In'I'I
elect.Carpenter.and Mrs. David Reid, sister Mrs. Maxie Carter- gave three observations -j Mrs. E. B. Searing led the de- :, Cirtle 4 of the Methodisi:: Mission study; Mrs. C. B. Stalling, time you cook on a surface unit. I come The to Motel the state. the past 12 months in Floi ida

bride-elect Mrs. P. D. I on the early churches, ;,votional: Mrs. Kate Sheppard presented -'W.S.C.S. met Monday evening witiMrs. MBrooker. community mission; Mrs. i Usually a lower heat will do th industry has two motels a day opened their
of the roomed in
one of which was that the "women ; a summary of materials Sam Anderson with Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Starke stewardship ,cooking just as well. When water last eight }' mUSh-j doors to tourists. Florida now has
mother of the bridegroom-
Reddish. Titus Olson cohostess.Mrs. is the food is hot .I Florida to the extent that over 10 per cent of all the motels
had an assured place. I concerning the Southern Baptist j: as chairman; Mrs. Detha Hicky : boiling or enough
elect. and Mrs. Jake Sapp, grand- are now 5.200
An introduction to our state offices ,Mission Fields <}nd the part that !' L. K. Whitehead had the! Beulah, training school; Mrs. R C :.reduce the heat. Just before the motels in the state. I in the'country.. Florida's motels
mother of the bridegroom-elect. Nineteen
and workers was given by 'the circle as Business Women play 'II devotional using "City Lights and I Baldree, Graham, children's Jiome. i food is completely cooked, turn off of these motels are located -I I can house over 300,000 people on
Mrs. Ada Lawson. followed by a i in "Preparing the Way of the '!Shadows." Mrs. R. S. Mullins had The "Ninety and Nine" were I the heat. Stored heat in the unit's in Bradford County. ja, given night in nearly 100,000
WSCS Business history of our missionary work I I Lord". j jj the program using the theme "The! sung by Rev. Joe Saima, after coils will finish cooking it." i' The Florida Motor Court Association I j i sleeping units. Travelers spend

Meeting MondayThe among the Seminoles by Mrs. Paul j During the business meeting the 'Methodist Woman." Those taking: Mrs. Alma Hugh, a former WMU !, Miss Ross went on to say that catagones.divides motels into several 'over $250,000 in Florida motels

Raymond. Mrs. Ewell Lawson circle decided to select two com- 'I part were Mrs. Henry Godwin,, president led in closing. prayer. [you are wasting electricity and : Bradford County's every night.

business and program meet- discussed work in Ybor City. Mrs. I munity mission projects; a family I II Mrs. Olson, Mrs. Mullins and Mrs, I During the noon hour, a luncheon -pleating your kitchen by taking'' 17

ing of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will Jim Chasteen told highlights of and a boy at Boy's Town. The John Torode. was served by the host a utensil off the stove while' the I
be held Monday afternoon at 3 the missionary work in the Tampaarea. I Circle's name was selected from a I The hostesses served a dessert, I church. unit is red hot. She said a uten- IT'S
o'clock in the church sanctuarywith Mrs. S. E. Sparks discussedthe former business women and worker 'course to the 15 members and two''I sil which is not large enough to YOUR CITY GOVERNMENT

Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, president work done in the Miami 0(, the First Baptist Church. 'visitors present during the social'It i Circle Holds cover the surface unit has the

presiding.Mrs. Baptist Good Will Mission. The Circle will meet the first !I,hour. t\Voodman[ same effect. W. H. (Bill) NOEGEL

.. C. D. Williams will have The WMU Educational Scholarship .'Tuesday in November with Mrs. I Public Installation "Heating water on top of your STANDS FOR: ;

charge of the program and Mrs.L. I given for a foreign student to Ned Yancey, with Mrs. E. A. Hall : Recent Birth; range costs more than heating it I

D. Green will give the devo- Stetson University was discussed I'as cohosfess. !I Mr. and :Mrs. E. Leslie Sapp, of Tuesday EveningThe in a water heater," she added. I 1. Open Government openly conducted let you

tional. |by Mrs. Arch Thomas Sr. Others Following the meeting the 'I'Gainesville announce the birth of Supreme Forest Woodman "If you use your range to heat I know what is going on BEFORE it is done. I
on the program included Mrs.I hostesses served delicious refresh- :a daughter. Laura Marie on Oct. I
Circle will hold a public installa- water don't complain if your bill I 2. Fairness to all
Gleaners Sunday Charles Darby. who talked on I,ments using the Hallowe'en theme. 'i 1 5, at Alachua General Hospital. tion of officers Thesday evening is too high." I
Florida Normal an4 Industrial Col- I' .. II 3. Better City Services.
rI Oct. 19, at 7:30 o'clock in the I
School Class MeetsThe lege.A series of prayers, offered for Catholic Center. Angus Breed Growth j 4. Parks, Playgrounds and Recreation facilities for

Gleaners Sunday School Baptist Missionary Work throughout President Officers, to Jessie be Chasteen installed; V.P.are:, Sets New RecordsNew j our children they are our hope and our future.

class of the First Baptist church, the entire state, concluded' ,i Henrietta Hunt; 1st V.p., Eunice 5. A real City Beautification program. Let's make

Mrs. 1... A. Canova, teacher, will Tuesday's program. I Wilson; 2nd V.P., Ethel Raymond; all-time records of breed Starke look as good as its people are and they

meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 I treas., Maude Andrews; secretary, expansion have been noted by the ] are the best anywhere. We can replace our lost
I Dorcas Class Met I EulaI American Aberdeen Angus Breed- trees. plants and shrubs
the home of Mrs. Guy nine Clyde Tomlinson; chaplain, plant new sections of the
o'clock at
after '
I their finishing
That sure was a spectacular fire parents ers' Association who reported registration -
Mae Conner; captain. Fronie city, make every tourist and look '
Sale with Mrs. James Lewis as :Wednesday NightThe .that Setzer's new store put forth weeks training at Parris Island. I of 33 per cent more purebred ,: stop ; the cost a
Crews; attendant Rose Lee; assistant will be low and the profits high in
cohostess. ::last Friday evening with all Afterwards they will report back j calves this year than last. > every way.
i Willie Mae Judd auditor I
Dorcas Class of the First ![;that tar burning and sending up. I jto Quantico, Va. hear that I iMae Jaudon; musician, Mae; Green; I Total membership in the organization 6. A dollar's worth for every City dollar spent.

d_-- _- _. __-.- -_- _-- _. .-._" Baptist Church held its monthly )I'clouds of black smoke Frieda (Marian was 1 of 3 out of the class characters, Voncille Kelly, Emily is the largest of any beef 7. Giving our "New" citizens
meeting Wednesday night, Oct. 6, I I Judd, whose house is within inches. of 54 to get a PFC rating and she j!,Denmark, Lula Hutto and Kathryn -I cattle registration group. to live here. a break -.make themglad
at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Lex Green ol the back of the store said she..J had top honors of the three I i!

PJwIi teacher presided over the meeting I'Lit her nails down to the quick congrat orchids to Clara | Colson.State Officers from Live I II County Voters Must 8. Fairer treatment of City Employees.
I during which the following of- during the height of the fire I Hazen who worked like a Trojan I The I
: and Jacksonville 9. NO CITY
ficers were elected for the coming :but the Judd house didn't suffer I lout at the "cemetery working"Thursday twill Oak.te in charge of the installa- i Apply For Absentee keep going as they TAXES are.- and they can be back if things '
year: last she was one of
damage miraculously
any Ballots By Oct. 28
Fri.. Sat Oct. 15, 16 I Leone Hazelwood, president; :hear that Julia Winkler Masters I the few who showed up and she I jtion.Refreshments will be served, and I .

-DOUBLEFEATUIIE- Betty Register, 1st v.p.; Alma I I and Johnny Wells exchanged vows. spent the day even thru the I the public is invited to attend. Mrs. Marian Crosby county VOTE FOR
The Long, Long Stanford, 2nd v.p.; and Juanita I II up at Folkston, Ga. last Friday :rain during the latter part of the t supervisor of registration said

Harper, secretary-treasurer. that Rhoda Dam- afternoon. S i that voters in the and state
evening: see county
TrailerWith I I pier is back on the job at the..1 I Rev. and :Mrs. R. E. MacBlain Presbyterian Circles j election on Nov. 2 have until Oct. j W. H. BILL
Lucille Ball & Dei Arnaz Christian IntermediatesHold i[I Selective Service office after be- !'moved into their new home on ,Met Tuesday Night j 28 to register for absentee ballots. I )

r AND | :ing off for several weeks with a I South St. this week and the :'The ballots may be obtained from ,
Class PartyMrs. I leg operation and Eva Blair is Episcopal parsonage that they Circle 1 of the preSbyterian Mrs. Crosby in the county clerk's
Desert of Lost Men !back helping out at Leila's part 'j 1 vacated will be used for Sunday 1 Women of the Church met Tues- I office. i October 26th, and Have A Voice in
With Allan ..Rt'k)'" Lane Lester Kite, teacher of the j School rooms the old Frazee 'day evening at 8 o'clock at the'

Ilus Last Chap. of Gunfighters Intermediate Christian Endeavor time.Was sorry to hear that Norma house was moved at 4 a.m. last home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson. ,:Starke Woodmen Hear CITY GOVERNMENTSTICK
No. 15 Color Cartoon Class of the Christian Church, as- II broke her little toe Saturday from Clark & Jefferson i Mrs. David Montgomery, lead- I

sisted by Mrs. Wesley Andrews, last Jean Thursday Adams afternoon she said''sts. to 8th St.. across from the J jer I opened the meeting with the ,National PresidentStarke AROUND AND SEE THEM COUNTED

Sunday, Monday and Tuesday entertained 18 members of the casualties always happenon I ball park the house was recent- Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Montgomery i i
all their
Oct. 17, 18, 19 class Saturday afternoon with aj! Thursday afternoons when j jly purchased by Cecil Douglas I announced that Mr. Bowden had Woodmen of the World ,

DOUBLE FEATURE weiner roast at the home of Mr. : doctor in sight I family the Joe Lamb family ,finished the cabinets in the church will hear Farrar Newberry, the'

Ma and Pa KettleAt and :Mrs. Albert Williams. I anyhow there isn't it happened a when she was 'moved from the Ingleright house I that the new lights for the vestibule -- organization's national presidentsince '

Following refreshments, games around the house closingthe ':'on Westmoreland to the L. U. had been purchased and ;. 1913. at the Lake City dis-
HomeWith were enjoyed. I window during one of those :Morgan house .on St. Clair St., I would be installed shortly. The ,'trict Woodmen Log-Rolling meet- SUBSCRIBE NOWand

Marjorie Main and Percy The hostesses were assisted inj i quick storms and she bumped her I while the Vic Lamls moved from I group also discussed for the vestibule ing at Madison on Oct. 21.

KUbrlde$ serving by Mrs. Williams and I foot into the piano Marian I the Morgan house to the Ewell and the need of a small table He is well known for his "Fra-

AND Miss Margaret Blankenship. Howe wants me to put a notice in j Lawson house, corner of 7th and for literature, a small bulletin I ternity in Action" program whichhe

THE JUDGEWith this column that even tho' her i S1. Clair. board and painting of the walls. i 1' inaugurated as head of the get the Big 50-Page

Baptist Winsome door at the Chamber of Commerce Orchids to T. J. Griffin who Mrs. Evelyn Cooper announced'Woodman organization. He will
Katherine de Mille and Mil- I of the Women j!, 5
office is closed most of the timeto celebrated his 82nd birthday on the general meeting 'dedicate and present furnishings
burn StoneS Class-Met Tuesday I out the dust and noise 1 Tuesday also having birthdays :of the Church, Oct. 26, would be'for a room in the new Madison 75th
BIG DAYS Plus Cartoonfor keep is the job right on and just this week were Peggy Shaller on I I a covered dish supper at 7 p.m. I''County Hospital during his talk. Anniversary Issue
I she on j
the kids The Winsome class of the First for the
the door and come in. Sunday and Martha Yancey on ''There will be a speaker The hospital room is one of hun- .
Baptist Church met Tuesday evening -' I open ,
Monday. I 'dreds of different projects -'
,program. I .
Wed., Thurs. Oct. 20. 21 at the home of Mrs. Charles j For those interested in hand- There G. Duncan had charge I', Woodman ,,
and table I certainly was a gang from Mrs. K. by camps throughout AS A BONUS
DOUBLE FEATURE Darby with Mrs. C. L. Currie Jr. :made crocheted spreads the homeof here at the Gator Bowl last Saturday '[of the program, continuing the I, the nation. i I I
a.$ co-hostess [II.,cloths you should stop
night of those of the book of Acts.
ROB ROY -- and admire those some spotted study Sen. W. Turner Davis of Madison :
IN TECIL ICOLO.a The meeting was opened with Jessie mother Young, Mrs. S. R. Love, were: Bill and Alyce Graham \|i Mrs. Epperson served delicious will act as Master of Ceremonies I
UK-hard Todd Glynls Johns prayer by Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr. that her making she is on her I I Buddy and Lil Bishop, Junius and 'refreshments to the 17 members for the meeting beginningin Each subscriber will receive a cepy of the f

ANDPECOS was given by Mrs. C. A. Darby. has been all made in five Virginia Smith, Dolores McKnight, I'I'I I present the Madison Woman's Club at .--,' Anniversary Issue as a part of his regular
26th spread :.
The nominating committee report I've I and Frank George, Glen and ,! -- 5:30: p.m. Supper will be served subscription. Additional copies those
BILL :for officers was read and approved. I years they're gorgeous Marian Conner Lucian and 1! Circle 2 met Tuesday evening at sold
them hear that Bradford Lucille 11 1 by the Madison Camp and a I on newsstands or at our office will be
Plans were discussed for a tacky I:seen I! Mrs. Louise Harden
IN TECHNICOLORPlus Conner. Doyle and Kitten home of
Conner, the 25c each
initiated. wrapped in
Furniture Co. is really spreading 4)f new members will be I special wrapper and
Cartoon for Kids ]party for Nov. 4. Dot and Bill Powell, Joe Andrews, 'with 17 members present. I
out not only in their terrificallylong II' ,I Jack Siemer and L. P. Rafuse, ; addressed for mailing, if you desire.
!I. Delicious refreshments were I: situated on Nina Bishop, Mural Gardner Mrs. John Mixon called the
iii iiiIJ- I.served by the hostesses. I'Rt. 301 furniture but heamhey factory are now receiving Maurice Wingate, Thelma and i meeting to order with everyone ',1 Woodman field representative here, I
Monk Dinkins, Marie and Calvin repeating the Lord's Prayer. I tated that several members from

and Nassau foreign-orders more from power Cuba to Houpt, Madge and Jimmy Chas- 'After a short business; session, Mrs.J. 1 the Starke area will be initiated. I Publication Date Nov. 1 12

IDEAL SAW. AskToSee teen, Harry and Mae Hatcher ; G. Caldwell gave an interesting
them .
r Ruth and Steve Simmons, Hazel, i program on "Paul at Ephesus". ] I
New Plurge Bow See that Mrs. Pellum's third ;: Elementary
[ Franklin and Jim Ritch, Jerome Mrs. Harden served refreshments THIS ISSUE WILL CONTAIN-
FOR 1-MAN AttachmentLOGGING jrade class is now learning wall how I II IIto |Johns, Tommy and Marian Ritch I i during the social hour. I H Special Called Meeting I

tell time from a large Carolyn Edwards and Alton \Vheeler -] The next meeting of Circle 21 I S
lock that was presented to the j i' MaXirice and Lucille Edwards ;will be at the home of Mrs. Mil- : Starke Elementary PTA will History of Starke j ., f

Yes, the light-weight McCulIoch :lass from contributions by it the all Seeber and Eloise Goodman. tired Fancher at State Farm. |It'I 1 lave a special called meeting at S History of Lawtey S
)dodel43OChainSawisoneofthebest parents of the students ,Gladys and Robert Green, Jimmy > lie school cafeteria Monday at I,

in the business for cue-man Oregon Chain began with the idea from Mrs. Hazen Jerome Edwards, Buck ,D. A. Judd Honored bOn r:30: p.m., said Jack Trawick History of Brooker

felling, bucking, and limbing up to Maurice Edwards who instigated ,,Gill Preston Gill, Faye Paulk and I resident. Trawick said the purpose -
5 timber. It's got rugged power and Available For All the project now the other !'I Irving Andrews, Don and Peggy 72nd Birthday | of the meeting was to plan i I History HamptonAnd

is packed with features. *Comes with rtasses are working on the same i i Ann Neel, Charley and Ted Johns, The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. 'I t lie school carnival appoint committees -
straight blades from 14 to 42", or
15" bow, all interchangeable. It's Makes Of Saws idea to get clocks for their rooms Martha, Tom and Jimmy Moore, Simmons was the scene of a family and decide upon a suit- many oUter articles and pictures about the old

"money in your pocket when you had several inquiries about i Judy Green and Richard Cunning- reunion last Sunday honoring D. ,ible meeting time for the year's days in Starke and Bradford County. Read about the

own and use this wonder one-man "what happened to our, columnistLura ,ham. Jimmy Green and Patsy Oak- 'A. Judd on his 72nd birthday. 'I|egular: meetings. i iI Big Freeze Indians at the old New River Church
logging tool;a trial will convince you. Mohr out in Ponca Nebr. e Judge and Lois Ferryman, Corner -i Sharing the honors with Mr. Judd'on Mrs. Charles Darby was elected I!i The 33 First Families of Starke : .
this week started the
her column is appearing his granddaughter '
Ferryman Louise and Donald this occasion was,
1 Mrs. Wilma Doc-
] ; Strawberry Deal in Bradford
WEIGHS ONLY 30 IBS. $321.00 following an absence caused by. a McRae, Glen Duke Jacqueline ::. Mrs. Barbara Simmons j,itader secretary and W. K.\! County what other
WITH 14' bLADE DeliveredFLORIDA ,broken typewriter. Moorer, Grace Ritch. JoAnn Smith Beam who with her two children:]orth, treasurer. Trawick invites newspapers have been published in Starke? Happy

S Hear that Eddie Cox has been and Jimmy Rowe Iva and X. M. |:will leave for Germany this week .;ill parents and teachers of elemen- days at the old Starke Institute and Orange College .

Try out theMcCulIoch \ catching so many fish lately out 'Smith, and Beth and Frow Strick-!I.to join her husband, Air Force !t:ary students to attend. and many, many others .
Model 4-30 at Kingsley Lake that he and ,land. Robert F. Beam. t! I
at our place-you %% \S \\S wife Lois decided to throw a fish A. J. and Phyllis Strickland, I Forty-nine friends and relatives I I.

'be'.5 the judge. S fry last Saturday evening and Nate and Desta Dyal, Judy Casey I enjoyed the delicious buffet dinner I N]fi. B. Yarbrough 50 Pages Loaded With Legend

I share them all with their friends I and their guest, B. A. Clark of served from the dining room. i,,1i ]Honored By CompanyH.
enjoying the affair were Tyler !:South Bay, Carl and Carl Lamar i, Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Lore

i iI'and. Myrtle Jones and daughters. Johns Eston Jordan, and Davis I and Mrs. E. E. Thornton and children I B. Yarbrough local repre-
'Cornelious and Lois Moore and Gassett j Mr. and Mrs. Coy Simmons ,sand ientative of Gulf Life Insurance
I'I'I'family. Lloyd and Marvin Moore I Well folks, Tm about due for 1 children, Ivan Beam of Jacksonville !(ompany, has earned membership
:Rosa and Edith Moore and Aggie my "summer vacation" so for Ii
SAW COMPANY I and Miss Ann Beam of n his company's President's Clubor
Jones Have you seen PFC,(the next 2 weeks I'll be flittin' ;Tampa. f this year. He will join other Bradford County Telegraph75th
2727 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville, Fla. '::;Marian Henderson and Pvt. Reta'around hither and yon most I Eight of Mr. Judd's children, 14 xgrandchildren nembers of this club at the annual

-And- ]Miller prissing around town in any place cept in front of this /i and two great 1!c'onvention of leading representrf-

1927 N. Marion St. Phone 1675 Lake City Fla.
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I :Mrs. W. E. Hall and I Paul Knight arrived from New | Mrs. Augusta Hillman and Irs.l l First Methodist Church Clerk of the Circuit Court XW4 of said Section 13 at a point
Rev. and I
tsssrsrrS By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. ltl.il feet Easterly from the Northwest -
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk were York City Monday and will spend I;,Janice Dodd and children, Patricia i 10/15 4t 11/5 corner of SW. of NWVi of

Sinner guests Wednesday of Rev i a short vacation with his mother, i:and Jan, of Ocala, were visiting I Collects $900 SundayIn said Section 13;
:\OTICET APPEARIn Containing 0.057:>> acre more or less,
and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee in Hilliard.I Mrs. D. E. Knight and brother, j Mr. and Mrs. William Xorris on Building Donations Circuit Court, Brandford County, IS OWXED BY: Kev. Wilfred Geor-

Mrs. Alex Shelp returned home Hollis V. Knight. Paul is produc- ;:Sunday. Florida: In C..I'r,.. ge Aldridge, a widower.\
()na Frank Izzo Plaintiff, vs. Lena Izzo, I
Sunday after spending the past !tkm director with the National Mildred St. John, Edna S. Prevail -I The First Methodist Church of Defendant. Case Xo. 10-709 SRI) :>o. I: Drainage; Easement

two months with relatives in New Broadcasting Co. where he has ;, and Cleo Harley, of Lawtey, Starke collected approximately :Notice To Appear I I Lateral IHtrb Right of Station 3S
: To: Lena Izzo, whose residence' Plu, IO.S
THE NEWS -- Liskeard, Ontario and other parts spent a number of years, except :attended the official visit of the $900 in a special offering taken and address is: 104-51 44th Avenue i That part of: '

:>f Canada. She was accompaniedhome t ing two years that he spent in 'Grand Matron of the Eastern Starin during the "Homecoming and ,I Corona, Xew York I South 315; feet of SWVi of XW'..
I' You are hereby notified that a of Section 13, Township S South,
, by Miss :Mary Farber of 1:Munich Germany, with Radio i Callahan Wednesday evening of i Anniversary" services Sunday to !!suit for Range 22 East (West of Lake)

Herkimer, N. Y. who is spendingthe I Free Europe while on leave from 'last week. They also attended the reduce the church mortgage.Rev. I Divorcehas I lying each side of and within 15
I been filed against you in the feet of a Lateral Ditch Centerline,
-- --- I-" r '441' 6 winter with Mr. and Mrs. G.I I N.B.C. Srand Matron's visit in Green Cove W J. Churchwell, a-former I above named Court and cause and said Ditch Centerline being described .

DK2; and Mrs. Lyle Andersonand Dr. M. B. Herlong and Mr. and L. Farber. Mrs. C. C. Mendoza of Jacksonville :Springs last Thursday evening, pastor of the church, delivered the you are required to serve a copy of I as follows:
I your answer or pleading to the com- Commencing on the South line of
children of Quonset Point, R. Mrs. Frank Herlong returned Members of the Methodist W. spent Tuesday with her parents ,i along with Gladys Odham.Mr. I morning message, and Rev. Ben plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney s\v.4 of XWof Section 13, Township -

I. are spending this week with Mr. home last week after spending the S. C. S. Circle One were guests i Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. I and Mrs. Paul Raymond will Montgomery pastor from 1933-37 Samuel W. Getzen P. O Box 8 South. Range 22 East at a
81, Gainesville, Florida point 23.94 feet Easterly from the:
Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. summer at Waynesville, N. C. of Mrs. W. E. Middleton at Cedar Mr. Griffin was celebrating his 1 be overnight guests Saturday of |I brought the evening message.A and file the original in the officeof Southwest corner thereof, run thence

Sam Anderson after which they Mrs. :Matti* Gahagan spent last Key on Thursday.Mr. 82nd birthday anniversary. :Mr. :!Mr. and Mrs. Hefford Leslie Jr. in dinner was served in the j: the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Xorth 4 degrees. 39 mi a., 24 sec.
I or before the 15 day of November East 217.07 feet to the POIXT OF
I will go to the Naval Proving week with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ga- and Mrs. Prescott Gill, Mr. Griffin's grandson, Cliff Mendoza ,Jacksonville.Mr. I recreation hall following the morn- ; 1954: otherwise the allegationsof BEGINNING OF DITCH CENTERLINE -

in Blufflon S. C. this week. also celebrated his 17th service. and all-musical said Complaint will be thence South S3 degree,
' Giound in Chincoteague Va. hagan and Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mrs. Faye birthdayon and Mrs. Ben Rowland ing an taken as run
spent I confessed byou.. min., 36 East 20* feet to the
I ::0:: sec.
r where they will be stationed. with Maj. and Mrs. L. Powell Ga- Gill and Tommy Gill were visiting Tuesday. the weekend with their son-in-law I program followed the dinner. This notice shall be publishedonce end of said Ditch Centerline

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Middleton hagan in Savannah, Ga. and will Thomas Gill in St. Vincent's Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Waters and ,and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Singers from several churches con- each week for four consecutive Containing 0.103 acres more or le-s

i I and Mrs. Ellen Dowling of Jack- spend next week with relatives in. hospital on Sunday. daughter, Frances spent Sunday in Marshall and family in Apalachicola. -I tributed numbers to the program. egraph.weeks in the Bradford County Tel- exclusive way. of Street or Road rightof

sonville were Sunday guests of Dr. Hardeeville, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and : High Springs visiting friends. ". Dated this 8 day of October 1954. IS OWXED BY: Rev. Wilfred George

and Mrs. W. E. 'Middleton.Mrs. : Mrs. F. F. Stump is spending \Mrs. Del Colley spent Thursday to I Catherine Kelly was home for Among the out-of-town guests I Health Department (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court dress Aldridge is ,unknown.whose residence and ad-

B. E. Bennett of Mariannais Thursday of last week to the end Sunday in Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Davis the weekend from U. of F. I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

spending this week with her of this week in Monticello with her and Mrs. Colley attended the Georgia Rev. R. D. Sommer attended the at the Methodist Homecoming last Members Attend I -A 10/15 4t 11/5 That Sun :\o.of 13 Bight Of Way
\ part :
Sunday were: Mrs. Fred Guy, of'
daughters, Mrs. Doyle Conner and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Tech L. S. U. game on Satur- Methodist Ministers conference in State In The Circuit Court Of The Eighth E% of SEVi and SEVi of XE 4
Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs.: Charles, MeetingAll I Ii Judicial CircuIt Of Florida IB And except 2: acres in XE Corner of
Mrs. Cecil Swell and families. Mrs. Wm. H. Thomson, Jr. and day afternoon. Leesburg Monday: to Thursday.Mr. Fields, Mrs. W. A. Fischer, Rev. II i For Bradford CouBtr. Section 14. Township 8 South,

Mrs. E. M. Rooks of Gainesvillewas family and their new baby son. Mrs. W. A. Fisher of and Mrs. Merrill Edwards, members but one of the Law Xo. 8020: Range 22 East, containing US

the weekend guest of Mr. and i Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner attended yule was the guest of Mr. Jacks'-I I returnd home Wednesday of last and City Mrs., and Ben Mrs.Montgomery.E. M. Rooks of Lake of i Bradford County Health Depart-I BRADFORD a political COUNTY subdivision FLORIDA.of the acres way and; excepting except Road the followingparcel right of

Mrs. W. G. Haile. the Legislative receptionand L. D. Vining Thursday to week after a week's vacation in Gainesville II ment will attend the annual meeting State of Florida, conveyed to W. S. Sibleyby

PvL Jimmy Rowe of Fort Jackson dinner at the George WashIngton Miss Julia Blow of Portsmouth, Mexico. i of the Florida Public Health vs. Petitioner. 68 at deed Page recorded 227 of the in Public Deed Book Rec-
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Clark of
S. C. was home for the week- Hotel in Jacksonville last Va. and Mrs. Linwood Sanderlin of :Mrs. Nate Dyal, Mrs. T. L. Casey, Association to be held October 21- WILLIAM KAfFMAX, et al.Defendants.. ords of Bradford County Florida

I end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Friday evening and also spent the Norfolk, Va. are guests this weekof ''and Misses Judy Casey and !' Mr.South and Bay Mrs.spent T.the L.weekend Casey while with I 23 in Miami. Panel discussions ,I :AOTICK OF RI'LIIiol: to-wit ner of:SEVi Beginning of SEV/ at of the Section NE Cor-14,

Robert Green. weekend in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and ces Douglas, spent Fran-I' of health problems in Florida will \ollcc Of EmInent 1 Jo ma in ProccedIX Township 8 South, Range 22
I enroute to Jacksonville.
# Jacksonville. I i IBIt", East and run a distance of 482
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Furlong. be held and talks given by national THE NAME Section line between -
i BY THE AUTHORITY feet South on
JI I Mrs. I. B. Dinkins, and Mr. and J. E. Denmark was home for the
; them *
Mrs. Marvin Andrewsof public health leaders. I OF THE STATE OF Sections 14 and 13
I I i I Mrs. Carl Dinkins and daughter, I weekend from Emory Dental Col- ,j FLORIDA run West to the intersection (,fStarke
Ozark Ala. were weekend Attending from Bradford Coun- i TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN Melrose and Santa Fe
ofIr.. and Mrs. R. O. {lot Bushnell, were Sunday guests ,lege, Atlanta. :ty will be Dr. A. Y. Covington, AXD to all persons and Road, thence run North along
Mark Your Calendar For Oct. 26thThat i of.Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney. ; : health officer Mrs. Arlin Mc- I parties having or claiming any said line of County Road a distance -
.Dansby.Mrs. Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. Leonard ;I MD ; ,I right title, interest estate, mortgage of 482 feet, thence run Eastto
I Knight, public health nurse; Mrs. i or other lien to or on those point of beginning being in
VV. L. Andrews, Mrs. Ben ,Smith Jr. and son, Larry, and health {certain parcels of land hereinafter Section 14, Township 8 South,

;Rowland and Mrs. P. S. Denmark Mrs.: ...\. M. Pettit, of Gainesville I MEN Martha Snellen, public described and the following persons I Range 23 East, Bradford Coanty
{ SERVICE Jack L. Trawick sana- together with all unknown of land off
'visited Vin- nurse; and persons I Florida; ALSO, a strip
is the day you will Mrs. Ara Moitt in St. were in Starke Tuesday on business tarian. i claiming by, through or under I the North side of SWVi of SEV*

,cent's Hospital last Thursday. and visiting friends. 3(known persons who are dead, or of Section 14, Township 8 South,
rr go to the polls and register | The Health Department office who are not known to be dead or Range 22 East being 363 feet
: Mrs. E. S. Matthews left Mon- Mrs. H. P. Moye, of Orlando, is 'alive:
i wide ,from North to South extending -
choice for a City will remain open during;
I your |day for Tampa for a week's visit visiting her daughter, :Mrs. G. s.1 entirely across said 40
? days; Mrs. Hazel Green secretary, ; William Kaufman, acres, containing U acres, more
Councilman for the next
,with Mrs. G. C. Livingston and Newcomb and family. 1 [will be available for informational %20 22nd Street, X. W., or Mss, Also, SW'.., of NE'4 of

: two years.Before Dr. and Mrs. E. O. Mansker. Mrs. Frank Mitchell, of Oakland, I Pvt. Lee Green Jr., son of Mrs. purposes. Range 22 East. containing 40

1 making your decision Matthews was joined by her j Calif and Sam Mitchell, of Mary Green, Starke, has been i j Jessie Taylor Stewart, a widow, acre, more or less. ALSO, NWVi
S s ) I will \daughter, Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Jacksonville: visited their cousin \II hose residence and Address is unknown of SEU of Section 14. Township 8
hope you stop [ promoted to private first class. Dr. R. S. Mullins i South. Range 22 East, containing
Orlando. Mrs. Matthews will go ,Mrs. Lester Crews, last Thursday. 40
and consider the member Serv- acres.
many Pvt. Green is a of
1 back to Orlando with her daughter -I Mrs. Ida Lee Plummer and Attends Convention IF. W. Dryden, lying each side of and within 40
changes that are due to ice Company 9224, Technical Serv- : I, feet of the survey line of State
for ten days visit. children have- rented one of theS.
I ice Unit, Fort Eustis, Va. He wa I Starke, Florida Road S-21-A, Section 2863 said survey -

: ... be made in Starke during I| Mrs. Estelle Underwood and son R. Johns apartments. M-Sgt. I inducted into the Army June 23, I Dr. R. S. Mullins, with his wife I Virginia T. Dryden, O) line being described as:

: :,',:',J this all important period Robert, of Jacksonville were recent Bill Plummer is spending this 1953 and received his basic train- '!'Laurie and son Robin, will attend I Route 1, Beginning on the West line of SEVi
I week with his before returning Starke, Florida of SEVi of Section 14 i
family Township
new street paving ...;.. guests of Mrs. Ruby Thorn- ing at Fort Jackson, S. C. a meeting of the State Veterinary j South. Range 22 East at a. point
Clovis N. M. where he
ton. to Medical Association this weekend 'Rev. Wilfred George Aldridge. 32.5 feet Northerly from the South-
1 i expansion of the power will be assigned for overseas dutyin | whose residence and address is un- west of SE of said
:t I Friends of Rev. and Mrs. S. J. A3C Charles L. Jenkins, U. S. at Sl Petersburg. The meeting, a i known. corner % SEVi of

; 7. ,. i \:: 2 plant extension of sew ,Grady will be glad to know that France. Mrs. Plummer and Air Force, son of Mr. and Mrs.C. 25th annual convention, will bring Section, 51 14 min., run, :24 thence lIe('. North East 1305.86 89 degrees -

t :' ...:':., :' :::' er and' water lines and they have returned to Starke to family will join Sgt. Plummer A. Jenkins, is spending a 15- the expected 200 delegates the I Box Titus 547."Starke'Olson. feet 14 at to a the point East 32.5 line of feet said.Northerly Section
later in France the remainderof
\ ; I r'- .."'" that make their home. They spent the for day leave with his parents in 1 latest developments on treatmentsof Florida from the Southeast corner of said

very important pro in Norwichtown, Conn. his three year duty there. Starke. Airman Jenkins completed animals. Section 14, and
.- Bertie A. Olson, U)
.j.- Mrs. Lillie and Miss
and Cone Annette -
ject. -- Zoning planning -
l..i' r : During their line away from his basic training at LacklandAir Box 547.Starke beginning on the East line of Section -

-J;> .i:,,: for future growth. Starke they have been residing in Green, of Brooker, spent Force Base, San Antonio, Junius Smith Jr. ''I Florida 14. Township 8 South Range
: ..- I Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. M. F. %!2 East at a point ".83 feet Northerly -
Lake Helen. Texas. After his visit at home .John W. Miller, from the Southeast corner of

I Hazen. he" will attend a Munitions Specialist i In Military College 1708 E. Washington Street aid Section 14, run thence North _
I believe you will agree that you need a man experienced. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Jansen of | Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney Xew Cas Lie, PennsylvaniaMaude %!0 degrees, 57 min., 35 sec. West
I'Summit, N. J. were guests of Mrs. school in Denver, Colo. !Annual Celebration 125.90 feet to the beginning! of a
in civic affairs to help guide the town throught this i had as guest_ last Friday, their : C. Miller curve concave to the Easterly haying -

jJanssen's brother and sisterinlaw aunt Mrs. W. J. Griffin Jack- 1708 E. Washington Street, a radius of 1432.40 feet,
of run
critical period. Having served one term on the Council, I Army Pvt. Lewis Smith, son Smith Jr. ,New Castle, Pennsylvania
Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Searing, I Cadet Junius M. son hence Northwesterly, North and
I offer this this Mrs. Emma Smith, of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Junius M. Smith I Northeasterly along said curve
experience last week. of
can you so necessary Charles E. Miller.
i Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Hutto. of helping in the reconstruction of through a total central angle of 25

time. Your vote and support on Tuesday, Oct. 26, i I I Mrs. Donald Conner, Nancy I Savannah, Ga., spent the weekend I jis over 20 Armed Forces Assistance- I Sr., of Starke, member of the Cadet ,Xew 170S E.Castle Washington PennsylvaniaRobert Street, degrees feet to ,the 37 min.end a of distance said curve of 640, run 42
Battalion Georgia Military
will! be greatly appreciated and with your help j Conner, and Ruth Burney recently with the L. S. Hutto family. Mr. to-Korea projects sponsored by I thence North 4 degrees, 39 min. 24
I in W. Drake and Agnes M.rake. .
visited Pfc. j College, be a participant sec. East 1499.82 fe,'t to the East
Donald Conner at Ft.
I and Mrs. F. i
Hutto and
T. family, the 7th Divison's 17th ) .
I Will continue to give my best efforts in behalf of a Infantry the school's 75th Anniversary Celjebration line of said Section 14 (West line of
Jackson S. C. ,of Jacksonville, also spent Sunday 'Regiment. Pvt. Smith has been Bradford County, Florida Section 13 Township 8 South. Range
I to be held Oct. 15 at Mill- 22 East)
better town.Ewell at a point 270.7
I feet
Mrs. Harold Norman of Jack- i with the L. S. Huttos. in Korea since last August. !SKCTIOV! :.....:.1::; STATK RO \1J0. Southerly from the Northeast
corner -
.sonville recently entertained the I Mrs. S. R. Love, of Ocala, is I edgeville, .\ SUNIHU.Ut'OUU of SE% of said Section 14. continue -
I ('Ol'\T\:
following: guests at 'an informal .visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. F. _:_ min., 24 thence sec. East Xorth 1369.07 4 degree feet to* the$9

.buffet dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Young and Mr. Young. \ j Mrs. George B. Flynn, Sr. will !MM! ) :"No. 25 Right Of Way Xorth line of SW44 of NWVi o," Sec

Underhill and daughter. Glynda, I j :Mrs. R. E. Roberts, of Palatka, the weekend in visit- That part of: tion IS. Township 8 South, Rub 12
Lawson I spend Tampa XE'i of SW% of SEH of Section East at a point 137.97: feet Easterly -
I Mrs. J. Vernon Underhill of Al- ;(spent the weekend with her daugh- II I ing the junior Flynns. 31 Township 6 South, from the Northwest corner ef

bany, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Carl.ter 1 Mrs. Herb Thomas and family. ":" lying Range within 22 East 50 fett, of the centerline Containing SWVi of XW'4 3,775 of acres said more Section or less 13',

I J,Hitchcock of Providence, R. I.,, Mrs. Jimmy Connell and baby TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS, of State Road S-lpO-A. Section exclusive of Street or Road right
2857 said centerline being describedas
Mrs. Raiford Alvarez and son. i son, of Jacksonville, were Tuesday S rings, $1.50. Bradford County Tel follows: ALSO way, ;

j James, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Volley egraph. .Beginning on the West boundary of A parcel of land in Southeastcorner

Farrel of Baltimore, Md. I Stalling. !said Section 34 at a point 1449.40 of SE" I feet North of Southwest corner of tion 14, Township 8 South,
: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beck and I :( Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick had > Nntire i is ht'rt'by:NOTICE given that the aid Section 34 and run thence South Range 22 East, described as folIo -
21 min. 28 East
89! degrees, sec. ,,!:
\daughter, Vi, visited Mrs. Beck's; ,as Saturday guests, Mrs. John I fiillowing Clerks and Inspector: :039.92 feet to a point, thence South Reglnnlng at the Intersection of

father, A. J. Bryan, and sister, ;Dominey and children, of Folkston. ,!'al have Election been appointed to be held for! the Tuesday Gf>nt'r-, 87 degrees. 32 min.. 40 fee. East the.Ea.sterly projection of the North

I Elizabeth, recently. They an:' !:Mrs. Johnny Jones and children, i SA Michael Clark, son oJ!: .November 2, A.D., 1954 in the various cu--ve 602.67 concave feet to to the the beginning Xorth having of a line of State in 0' Road above S-21-A with the as Southeasterly described :

from Jacksonville. t of Lake City, and :Mrs. J. C. Warren Charles J. Clark of Starke, captain !,,precincts Ida of Bradford County, F or- a radius of 5729.53 feet and a total projection of the Southwesterly --

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Spears!I of Glenville, Ga. of the '54 Bradford High L : Pre,-In -t :\... 1 I.anfej- thence cential ai.gle Easterly of :2 along degrees said, 10 curve min. State Road right S-21-A of way line of said
I as described In
and family have moved to Stark. Misses JoAnn Smith and Reta football team, has just graduated I I J.IX:S.::; J:Eunice. Harley., Jr.Clerk, Russell; U P.Redding; aflse.I ,. 216.67 feet to the end of said curve, (2) above, run thence South 89 degrees
I 89 42 min., 40
thenco South degrees:
OUt Hotpoint I from Bell. Miller and Jimmy Rowe and Harry from Boot Camp at San Diego.,. Jewell T. Roberts. and Alice Alma sec. East 1439.81 feet to the East the, beginning 53 min., 24 of sec.a curve West concaveto $0 feetto

Green Calif. He selected Honor. AndersInspectors. boundary of said Section 34 at a
were Saturday evening was the Northwest radius
i Mr. and. Owen Vaughn!,: had as:; Precinct :Nu. 2 :.North Marie feet North of Southeast having a

I ,j guests last week Mrs. Lloyd Hale r dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. man of his company, and sent fc) Albert I). Crosby Jr.. Clerk: Kathryn point corner 1387.5 of said Section 34, of along 50 feet said, run curve thence 96.73 Southeasterly feet to the-

A. Brown in Jacksonville Electronics School at TreasurE.. E. Alvartz, Mildred IJro' rjSapp I Containing .26 acres more or less
preceding of
;of Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. I Minnie L. Tyus, Austin Fender right way line of
exclusive the road right
qualifyatan Earnest Rath of Detroit, Mich. I the football game. Island, where his address is: Eldon Sapp. E. A. Winkler,, ot of existing said State Road S-21-A. run thence
way. South 20 degrees 57 min.. 36 sec.
j W. B. Jackson of Sebring visitec I Cynthia and Elaine Strickland I 1 SA458-03-49, Box 105, Treasun.. ]\Myrtle head, Ins-pector.Haiflup and Allen B.hite- IS OWXED BY: William Kaufman; East 90 feet more or less to the
j whose residence and address is'
spent the weekend with their Island San Francisco, Calif. | .'nt' nC't :Nu. 3 South !-Mark point of Beginning,
Miss and
i Gladys Bryan daughtei I 220 22nd Street, X. W., Canton, Ohio. Containing 0.019 less
acres more or

-amazinjJ low price !,, recently.Mr. .1 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. I |I' L.'Stone: .M. Russell Caines, S.,Clerk lli-Uae Raymond, Margaret E 1 1i t >ECTIO2S .' : STATE ROIl, above.IS exclusive. or right of way described

t and Mrs. George E. For-. Mover. at Lake Johnson. ''lirown, Ruth B. Broadway ancMildred I .NO. !S-21-A HHAIJFOIU) OWNED BY: Titus Olson and
A. Parker, Inspectors.
I tunas and daughter of Apalachi Mr. and :Mrs. H. G. Jarrell and I I'rrrinct :\o. 4 t;ra laa'" fOr.VTYSltli wife Bertie A. Olxon.

169.95 t cola spent last Thursday and Fri,.1 family, of Jacksonville, were Sun- "Clarence j) 'al. Equilla J. Frazier Roberts, Clerk and ; ErvirDyal. Derr r t \o. fi-H Right Of War John SUBJECT W. Miller TO: Mortgage and wife Maude held by G.

,day with Mrs. Fortunas' parentsRev. \day guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Ed I Inspectors. That part of: Miller and Charles E. Miller, a

and Mrs. R. E. MacBlaine. Prevatt. t I Precinct ,... :; Hampton SWI4 of SW i of Section IS, widower. ....
8 22
Township South Range 'I .
I ::::::::----- I II I ,' Horace <>. Maay, Clerk; and Ella Rutt Ma East, sun \o. 10 Right Of War !
'Chastain. Lucille D. I
I J--: : :.:::-- :: :' '::,- -- : ----<', : -,. :- :- : : -'- : : I iM. Hammond. Inspectors.PrecInct Theresa. Stat lying East Road of S-21-A the survey Section line 2863 of That Lot part 4 of Block: "A" of Mt. Pleas- I"
I -
(and the Southeasterly projection
ant Sub-Division on Silver Lakeas
Elbert Sib
'William 1 .. II. Hall.H Clerk; u- ,, ... of said survey line), described a: of record in the Current Pub- .
ley Malanar Mersey ana nauer i I IDobson.
Inspectors.Preclact t Beginning Uows-on the West line of said I lic Records of Bradford County -
\ Florida
% 7
o. -
Section 13 at a point 84.83 feet
i Chester E. Andrews Clerk; Mana lying West of and within 40 feet
Northerly from the Southwest corner -
Dukes and AlbertMoody. of the Survey line of State Road S-
; Wiggins, Curtis f
of said Section 13, run thence
21-A, Section 2863, said Survey line
Marion Gleen Crews who i Inspectors.Precinct BrookerZ. South 20 degrees, 57 min., 36 we. being described; as follows, !,
: Cpl. N
i :\o. -
I I Dedicated To Service East 56.05 feet to a point OR said "
Community E'eginning'bn: the South line of SWVi
X. G. Hayes
W. Hamilton, Clerk;
enlisted in the Marines in 1953, is line designated as Station
survey of NW'4 of Section 13, Township 8South
W. Kel-
Movfe Are Better Than Ever"If IJamf> W. Thomas and J.
with the Crash Crew in 10 plus 00.0, continue thence South Range 22 East at a point ,
; now
icy, Inspectors. toard of County 20 degrees, 57 min., 36 sec. East ,23.94 feet Easterly from the Southwest I
you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ac(I Miami. Known to his friends as Commissioners By Order of the of Bradford County, along the projection of said survey I corner of SWVi of NWVi of !
like to line a distance of 100 feet to the said Section 13, run thence North
: cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS; "Sweet Pea", he would Florida, this October Charles 4, A.D.A., Darby 1954. end of said projection, 4 degrees 39 min.. 24 sec. East 1097.- i
them at this address: (OFFICIAL SEAL)
TT hear from Clerk Circuit Court. Containing 0.041 acres more or less. 53 feet to the beginning Of a curve !

3 BIG DAYS 3 1385079 GOES, Crash Crew U 10/15 exclusive of existing road right of concave to the Southeast having a I
way. of 5729.578 feet run thence
I SAT., OCT 16 Sun. MCAS, Miami. I BY Jessie Taylor Stewart radius I
Tues. IS OWNED :
1 I Circuit Court Ol BradfordCounty 1 1I Northeasterly along said curve I
rc DOUBLE FEATURE Oct. 17 18. 19 Florida. !a Chancery. I a widow, as and being the surviving through an angle of 1 degree, 41
I I : Marine Pfc. Wesley R. Andrews, I I Woodrow Wilson McCoy, Plaintiff widow, sole heir and. devisee min.. 29 sec. a distance of 169.14feet I
under tha Will of Homer Judd Stew- North line of SWVi of
ffcrljl 0,.... . I CINEMASCOPETM son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley L. Ifendant., vs. Catherine Hartley Case McCoy.No. 10-703 De- I art, deceased. NWVi to of the said Section hat ,. point
I ,
Andrews and husband of Mrs. Order Of Publication And hot lee 137.97 feet Easterly from the North

'I TAKE MOS. ILUDTI n iimm gtcut tuasi{ Etouise T. Andrews, all of Starke, II Catherine To Appear;Hartley State Of McCoy Florida whose Tot SRU part N'o.of 8: Right Of WayThat Section west corner 13.Containing, of SWii of NWVi of said

AJ Lot 3 of Block "A" of Mount
"Able less.
is serving in Korea with the address 49 West 0.023 acres more or
TO PAY residence and is:
Pleasant Sub-Division Silver Lake,
Prairie of Marine Air 1117th Street New York. X. Y. IS OWNED BY: Robert W. Drake
;. Eagles" Squadron : Bradford County. Florida, and wife Agnes M. Drake of Brad
I Group 33, a unit of the 1st Marine I I' You November are required 15, 1954.to in appear the above on'on lying West of and within 40 feet of ford County Florid .
I the survey line of State Road S-
Aircraft Wing. Flying the F9F !{ named Court and cause wherein
WSEhOOREFSAND [ \ J2I-A. Section 2863 said survey line TAKE NOTICE that a Declarationof
seeks divorce.
hew 'Pantherjets" this squadron distinguished 'plaintiff I.being described as follows: Taking has been filed in the
I Bradford County TetegraP1ehall
I the South line of SWi I
Beginning on ; above styled cause, by the petitioner
themselves in the Korean publish this Order in next four
1954 NW'i of Section 13. Township 8 the acquiring authority of these !
War. weekly Issues. I"f Range 22 East at a point
hand and official proceedings. of the taking of the !
I I I Witness my .94 feet Easterly from the Southwest .
above described lands, for the
HERBERT J. YATES presents the recent enlistments seal at Starke, Florida, this Oct. 8, corner of SWVi of NWI,4 of pose set forth in the petition pur-in !
Among 1954.;; I
[raid Section 13, thence North
this cause viz: right of drain-
in Marine: Fighter SquadronIUlocated (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 14 degrees, 39 min., :24 sec. East I age ditches, borrow pits, borrow pit I
1 As Clerk of said Court
"IfIt (ven ElECTRIC RANGE Gera1dhi I IOOin&I POWER at the Naval Air Station By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I curve 1097.53 concave feet to to the the beginning Southeast of haying a- I of drains State and Roads haul Nos.road,S-100-A for a portion and I
TYRONE Zach H. Douglas, ;505; :>> Lynch Build-
Private First radius of 5729.578 feet. run
in Jacksonville, is a t IS-21-A in Bradford County, Florida, I.
I TERRY MOOREPlus Class Raymond J. Sasser, son of 'Attys.ing. Jacksonville for Plf. 10/15 4t 11/5 I thence Northeasterly along said '!,and that one of the Judges of the
jcurve through an angle of 1 degree ,
Circuit Court in the Eighth JudKi-
Nowhere else will so low a price get you ; starring JOHN CARROLL Spwial News Reel, and Latest Mr. and Mrs. James A. Sasser 'I... "41 min., 29 sec. a distance of 169.14 al Circuit of Florida will on the !
brand-new electric MALA POWERS :NOTICE APPEAR ,feet to the Xorth line of SWVi of 25th day of October A.D., US4" at
much in 1 < i
so a range. kJ t World News who reside in Starke. : In Citejilt Court Bradford County.FlorUi ,XVof said Section 13 at a point 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon thereof S
"Hotpoint" on a range is the mark of with i Private First Class Sasser, a : In Cnanrery. !137.97 feet Easterly from the Northwest in Circuit Court Chambers in |
I 4k* JIM BACKUS D. L. THOMAS: Doris May Woodhull Plaintiff, YS. corner of SWVi of NW& of saidSel'tion Bradford House
quality that cannot be equalled. I resident of Starke for the past 'George Arthur Woodhull, Defendant. County Court at g
I STAN 13.Containing. Starke. Florida. consider said Dt f
Super Oven-biggest In any full-size rangeDeepWell : i FttttRC Wed.. Thur. and Fri. I eight years, is not a new member \|! Notice To Appear Case Xo. 10-712 0.023 acres, more or less.and laratlon of Taking. appoint apprai ;
IIS OWXED BY: F. W. Dryden '
and make such orders the
serv- era
I Forces, having
Thrift Cooker That to the armed To: George Arthur Woodhull. '
Oct 20. 21. 22 wife Virginia T. Dryden. Court deems proper. All parties to I
S Automatic oven temperature control : -. ed two years with the Florida whose residence and address is: 1128 the suit and all parties interestedmay >
3 BIG DAYS 3 National Guard and with the U. South Main Street, Medina, Orleans SRO Xo. II Right Of Way appear and be heard at the :
Fastest broiling-no pre-heating County, Xew York. {That part of: time and place designated. ,
from August 1951 to Au- You are hereby notified that a South 315 feet of SW of XW>4
S. Army I ;
Super-Calrod Instant Heat PICTURE ,i I < You. and each of you, are here.
CLARK suit for divorce, custody
care 8 South,
of Section 13, Township
Included in that three by commanded to by filingan
gust 1954. :j and control of minor child Range 2% East West of Lake) appear
New styling, new beauty, new ease I I' i GABLE year period of active duty with I has been filed against you in the 1 lying West of and within 40 feet fore answer filed In to this the cause petition in the hereto en-

In electric cooking and baking Plus "Kangaroo Courting" Cartoon I LANA day of November, 1954, to show
; and Last Chapter Serial and Japan for 21 months. Among your answer or pleading t? the complaint being described as follows: .' 1 :
; II TURNER I what right, title, interest or liens ,
i ,1 on the Plaintiff? Attorney line of SW'4
.. include the Korea Beginning on the of have in and to
his decorations you. or any you.
I Hans G. Taenzler Jr., 205;; Smith 8
I I of XWV of Section 13, Township
VICTOR above described lands
DON B. PAGE Service Medal with three battle 1 Building, Jacksonville Florida South. Range 22: East at a point and any of show the cause why the same '

: MATURE stars. United Nation Service Med- and file the original In the office or 123.94 feet Easterly from the Southwest should not be taken for the uses
i j the Clerk of the Circuit Court on corner of SWt4! of XWfc! of said
WINKLER COMING: SOON -- 1 IN M-G-M', r jaL Korean Presidential Unit Citation ;lor before the 15 day of November I Section 13, run thence North 4 degrees and purposes filed herein.set forth la the petition -

ELECTRIC SERVICE I I ; and the National Defense 1954, otherwise the allegations of I 39 min., :24 sec. East 1097.53 WITNESS my hand and the seal
!said Complaint will be taken as of
II feet to the beginning a curve
I of sal4 Court on this 13th day of October -
.. 'Seven Brides For Medal. confessed by )"ou. I concave to the Southeast having a A.D., 1954.
'. Private First Class Sasser has This notice ball be publishedonce radius of 5729.578 feet run thence
j' (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Plus "Baby Butch" Cartoon an each week for font consecutive Northeasterly along said curve
Seven Brothers Latest World NewsJN1ilL been assigned duties as Aviation weeks in the Bradford County Tele through an angle of 1 degree, 41 Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad
I 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke, FIa.tz ford County Florida.
graph. min.. 29 sec. distance of 169.14
with the famed Marine a
.. Mechanic V. Knight,
-' -- Dated this 13 dar.of October, 1954. feet to the North line of SW',. if County Attorney,
iL- ,-- -,- ,- -- --- '- -w Week-end Warriors. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Cranes A. Darby; Starke, Florida.: 10/J5 tt 11/5



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clover seed will be able to take VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I B. Colsons, and Mr} and Mrs. E. Mrs. W E. Bigham and daughters Green, program chairman; :Miss BOATDRAIS BAPTIST s I
SOIL CONSERVATION hold in fresh ground. C. Long and daughter visited the Mary Jane and Patty were 1!Iva Mae Lewis, l k
publicity chairman
BROOKERBy G. B, Colsons Tuesday.Mr. I ;I Boatdrain (Southern) Baptist
visiting in Jacksonville last Wed-
Eustace, Kelley used the Districts
Mrs. B. i
I and Mrs. R. F. Gano nesday. I C. Stallings, and Mrs. Eu-i Church. Services each Sunday.
N E. \V S j seeder cultipacker to plant spent I gent Crosby. i
i t Pensacola Bahia grass seed on Polly Wait Jr.Wauaulaauua..V.a. Sunday at Swan Lake with :Mr. Mrs. Rasty Mann and daughter, 'atteteeek Sunday School 10 a. m. E. E. .

By Bill Haas I;. some cropland that is washing. & and Mrs. O. R. Gano and family.Mr. .I Elise, were in Jacksonville onj I Griffis, Sup; Preaching at 11 I
Eustace states that by planting : and Mrs. W. M. Hazen and business trip Monday. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSCHURCH a. m.; Training Union 6:30 p. m:,
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION grass on the sloping land he will Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis gave a children of Gainesville and Mr. We saw several Brookerites out j I Miss Helen HardenbrooK, airector 1
SERVICE '"" k I be able to stop the water from party in Honor of their daughter, I and Mrs. V. V. Hazen of Starke cheering for our Bradford Tornaj j Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. :Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Come and;
> ,)! cutting gullies in his land and also Barbara Sue, on her fourteenth were Sunday afternoon guests of docs at Starke Friday night. Morning Service 11 a.m. j worship with us. C. C. Harris t
ANa -;--. .1.4-- I hold some of the water in the the Aubrey Hazens. WMS Business Meeting I Evening Service 7:30 p.m. pastor.

that oats and lupine planting the sale of the timber, and_check ground. birthday, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. James Hamiltonof The Brooker Baptist WMS met j Prayer Meetings Wednesday ,
time is here the District's logging operation. He also helps Several games were played and Alachua announce the birth of at the,home of Mrs. Wilson Green i night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nigh I II
with seedling plantings and other Close Mowing prizes were won by Jean Endincott,,a son, James Michael on October on Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 7:30 p.m. I I
grain drill is in great demand. If I Jimmy Clark, Edward Endicott 5. Starke Citizens : PEST CONTROL !
timber stand improvement prob :Mrs. Green, the program chair-! i
you are interested in using thedrill Damages GrassYou Gayle Green, Reginal Ben-
Eligible For
lems. ton, Jo Ann Green, and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and man opened the meeting with a' Cash I
to plant oats or lupine it will old timers remember what Henry. Ronny Barbara Sue and Dickie, and Mr. Scripture reading, after which Citizens of Starke trading area TERMITES \
be necessary for you to let us Hollis Knight and J. L. Orr used the guiding theqry behind cuttingand and Mrs. B. J. Waters and RichardLee prayer was given by Mrs. B. C. of good character and in need of
know ahead of time so that we can the -District's rotocycle mower. close grazing was? It The out-of-town guests who at- of Gainesville enjoyed a pic- Stallings. .cash are eligible for our Loan I CommercialGROVE
schedule it for you. Hollis used the mower to cut grass tended were Mr. and Mrs. J. c nic at Cedar Key Sunday.Mr. !services. Either on a SPRAYING
Following the business session) : Pay Day
it short and
was, keep always mow
down weeds in his pastures. By Henry, Delores, David, Larry, and and Mrs. Bill Bigham and Status of $50.00 for 30 days, at' Call for estimate
refreshments served.
Don Champion, Farm Foresterfor cutting down the weeds the clover the grass evenly between rotations. Ronny Henry, Mrs. L. A. Mott, family were visiting relatives in were I$1.75 interest or on the Famous ::1
the Florida Forest Service, is Now the U. S. Department of Sandy and Jackie Present at this meeting were Florida Pest Control
will have a better chance to get Mott, all of Lakeland and Clearwater over the I Budget Plan. Contact Marion 4
stationed in Starke. He will serve sunlight, which is an important Agriculture has come up with Gainesville, and Mrs.: Rita. Brownof weekend. ,Mrs. James W. Thomas, president;i Finance Co. by phone 5333 Gaines- & Chemical Co.

Bradford and St. Johns counties, :factor in getting clover to graw.J. something new on the subject of Dunnellon. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Barnum of 'Mrs. R. F..Gano, secretarytreasurer ville, or wrie P. O. Box 446, 218 2220 N.W.6tb st. .1
with office space in conjunctionwith L. Orr used the {lower in a mowing and clipping pastures. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Colson of Dunedin were overnight) guests of ; Mrs. L. L. Parker, community -,W. University Ave., Gainesville, Ph. 60S5
the Soil Conservation Serv :field that had a heavy growth of USDA personnel have found thatif Gulfport, Miss., nephew of the G. the -A. Millers last Wednesday. missions chairman; Mrs. Wilson Fla. (Adv.) Gainesville, Fin. J
ice. His duties will be to assist weeds. By mowing down the weeds you remove too much of the
small woodland owners in their before they seed out he will have grass' top growth by grazing or

woodland management problems.He less trouble keeping his crops mowing it closely, the roots will .
will assist in marking timber 'clean next year. stop growing until the tops recover. J

on selective thinning basis, furJish I J. T. Quigley also used the Dis- Taking off more than half of the
timber contracts, assist with trict's mower on his place located foliage at a single cutting causes 1.

I in Heilbronn Springs. root growth to stop for a time .

after each clipping.A .
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i L. A. Redding whose farm is single cutting that removed ; d.4I I

USE located on the Rosier Road used most of the foliage stopped root $
,the chopper to chop down weeds growth usually within 24 hours
and loosen up his carpet grass for periods ranging from 6 to
Good pasture in which he is going to 18 days and the roots didn't resume .
plant white clover. He stated that growth until after the top growthWas .1
the chopper did a fine job of loosing well advanced. Repeated se-

up the ground that had been vere clippings, as in the system of I
in" pasture for sometime. If you I rotation grazing, prevented root d / ij I II

Service andProducts plan tures to this plant winter clover it in will y.ur pay pas-to I growth of all grasses for 25 to ,
days. The workers further report -
:loosen the ground so that the 145
I that the percentage of roots
!I that stopped ,growing varied with rte.;
I the amount of top that was taken
: Er.t. f I 'off.I I
To Keep Your Car I With a single clipping of 50 per

Rolling in Florida cent of the foliage, 2 to 4 per cent
;of the.grass roots stopped grow- :
Style ,ing for 14 days, but removing 90 \
1 c
per cent of the foliage halted root :
0 j'growth completely for 17 days. "

? ,' and 40 per cent of the roots were I:'.;.:,e / 3
EXPERIENCED EXPERT >:to';:A still inactive
5 <.', at the conclusion of
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MECHANIC FOR MINOR ':<< J the 33-day experimental period.
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AUTO REPAIRS c;, v;./.; "1ps. Again, the effects of such clip- /

0 d'" <" .\. pings repeated frequently, simulat-
,:;1./ ing continuous grazing, were much
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Let Us Give Your Car .'\:;) more severe. \
: But here is the important point % I,
That Fall CheckUpFIRST ) ; ?
removing 40 cent or less of 1
? U v;;,if4<: per 4e r ,
0 the foliage did not halt root

LINE .>itJ.... growth. Clipping parts of bunch- .ii iiI
TIRESBATTERIES grass plants stopped root growthfor
.. only those parts. This char-

0 Our men are fine would acteristic seem, the to USDA make points"patchy"grazing out. ; % 3 ; JJj,;

About repairs
by cattle a desirable habit.
0 They knock on doors \

ACCESSORIESr They find upstairs.Do I from The repeated USDA believes heavy the clippings damage is T Ti I

I I significant in soil conservation and

you have a pipe or a faucet j pasture management; reducing the s.

a that gives you constant trouble? |top more than half upsets the functioning -
of the root and the
Don't put oft having it fixed I system
plant as a.whole. Because of con- ,
by us today.. The condition will I of'above
tinuous i suppression -
not get any better. O.ur service 1
ground growth the grass can't replenish -
is guaranteed to satisfy.! its food reserves. So, the
effects of root inactivity are last- WHEN THERE'S A JOB.TO BE DONE \

ing. The plant thus weakened is .
less able to resist erosion and grazing I

as well as drought, cold and

FAULKNER'S I disease.This is striking evidence for

!,Florida cattlemen that close graz-

ing or mowing during the grow- .
Service Station ing season especially in periodsof -- ,

stress or in the late fall maybe r .i ,
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stand establishment and main- .
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,, At The TabernacleA Church of God bronn Springs and has lived in Fairbanks were dinner guests of while smaller posts can be obtained !'absorbs the treating solution bet '

I Bradford County most of her life. his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. John for 45 cents each at Valdosta.In ter. He also said that in fence

,I Ii i MESSAGE OF.MUCH IN- Sunday School 10 a.m. :Morn- She is 13 years old and is the McKinney, Sunday.Rev. selecting sapling pines for building, every third post may bea
ing Worship 11 ajn. Sunday Eve-! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar S. E. Sparks visited Mr. .
TEREST to listeners was delivered posts which are to be home treat- small one but if too many
ning Service 7:45: p.m., Y.P.E. L. Davis. Mary has four sisters and Mrs. T. J. Abernathy: Sunday
I Sunday morning at the Gospel ed, Neiland suggested that fast i I small ones used stock
Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and and five brothers. One of her afternoon. are may
iI i Tabernacle by F. B. Sacher, of 7:45 I brothers. growing stock be selected, ai i! ,push the fence over
iJ Prayer Meeting, Friday p.m. Lonnie, is in high schoolat Mrs. :Maud Surrency returned

I J I Keystone Heights. His subjectwas Lawicy Starke and a younger sister is home last Wednesday from the I i A & AAAAAAA- -- --- ". . .!' A
Church of Christ Methodist ChurchSunday : "WHAT A CHRISTIAN IS Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning attending Hampton School. Mary.hospital in Starke where she underwent !i

!LIKE." In Character, a Christianis Worship 11 a.m.' YPE Servo likes to cook but dislikes washing a back operation she is :

C. L. Oterturf, Jr., Minister! October 17: 9:45 a. m. 'I a Saint; in influence, he is a ing Saturday 7:30: p.m. I dishes. She plans to be a housewife -,doing fine. TONIGHT I : ENJOY ]

Morning Worship, Topic "What !Light; in Conflict, a Soldier, etc. when she grows up. She Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson and .
Sunday Morning Services: Sun- I
5:30p. Miss BEULAH CHURCH enjoys coming to school and is I children of Lutz were weekend
to do with Your Burdens"; I Grace Thompson and Miss
School at 10
a. m. Worship
day the Beulah Baptist liked by all her
Services classmates.
I Ann guests of Mr. and Mrs. John 3
6:15p. Bell
m. Recreation Time; of the Childrens' Bible Mc-
service with Communion at 11 Church, located about three miles Specialty
I m. Fellowship Supper for In-I'Mission, Keystone Heights, were I Kinney. They were very glad to dl
roads "
south of intersection of
I termediates and Seniors; 6:45 present, and :Miss Thompson sang see home again after being away .
Sunday Evening Services be- and 21, on Sunday will be: 11 a. m. for two of the House
m. Worship Service for MYF beautifully. Other special num- I years. ,
ginning with Bible Classes for all Groups; 7:30: p. m. Preaching bers were a harpaphone solo by -"A Gospel Church", and at 7:301 PINE LEVEL Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Melton

age groups at 6:30: and Preachingat Service. Mrs. Hipple and a vocal solo by p. m. "Was Christ Jesus a Fraud" and children of Orange Heights

7:30 p. m.Wednesday. :Monday: 3:30: p. m. WSCS little :Miss Joyce De Block of I Everyone welcome. R. Clark Crosby I 'by Mrs. IL M. McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAA and Jean Melton of Waldo visitedin

Evening Prayer Business and Program Meeting in I I Blairstown N. J. Mr and Mrs.S. pastor.fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf. I this section Sunday.Mr. .

:Meeting at 7:30 p. m. Come Worship the Sanctuary; 7:30: p. m. Methodist J. Grady, former risidents of and :Mrs. Bobbie Harden- Broiled Beef Tenderloin

With Us.CHAIlLEY. Men Fellowship Dinner and Starke, recently returned from I Mr. and Mrs. Claud. P. Ganus I brook and children of Jacksonville

Program. Connecticut to make their home and Francis of Callahan and Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. John Moody STEAK

i 9:30 WSCS here again. They were welcomed I HAMPTONby and Mrs. Earl Cook of Mayo were Sunday. 1.95I
Tuesday: a. m. -
back to the services Saturday Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Willis and FRENCH FRIED POTATOES
Prayer Group.Wednesday I night. Mrs.Vm.. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall. children of Nichols were weekend
: 3:30: p. m. Chil- I I FRESH
We were glad to have with us guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wil VEGETABLE SALAD
dren Hour 7:30
Story ; p. m. *
(Bible Study and Prayer. I St. Mark's Episcopal I at church last Sunday Mrs. Mona lis. I Roquefort or French Dressing Hot
Miss :Marilyn Eiland daughterof I Shaw and Mrs. Mary Lou DuBose, Mrs. John McKinney has been on
Thursday: 6:30: p. m. Youth Rev. Raymond E. MacBlaln Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Eiland of .both of Jacksonville, and other the "sick list" but is better at this Rolls and Butter
Choir Rehearsal; 7:30: p. m.- I
:Chancel Choir Rehearsal.Presbyterian Schedule of Services Hampton, and James Oliver Mc- visitors. I writing. Don't forget to come to

SUNDAYS Daniel of Starke, were united in Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Prevatt of church and Sunday School; everyone -

I Church 9:45: a.m., Church School 11 marriage Saturday night at 8:00: Lawtey visited Mr. and Mrs. T. L. is always welcome.

I p.m. at the home of the Rev. H. Browning Sunday afternoon.Mr. I I
un., Morning Prayer & Sermon; \
I Sat. Oct. 16-10 a.m.-Youth i iI 6:30 p.m., Young People's Serv- B. Wiggins who performed the and Mrs. B. M. :McRae and I Tyrone Power StarsIn

I ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lastinger
f Fellowship picnic at O'Leno State ice League. 'Khyber Rifles'At
I HOLY COMMUNION1st They were attended by Miss .of Gainesville spent Wednesday
1 .Park. Shirley Jackson and Clinton Bar- and Thursday of last week fishing Florida Theatre"King ,
Sunday-9:45 a.m. Sunday i I Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday
ton of Starke.. Others who wit- !near Dunnellon. ?
School; 11 a.m.-"Putting the I 7:30 a.m.FRIDAY nessed the were Mrs. of the Khyber Rifles" 2 g47' 'LJrJtiTemple
ceremony t
Mr. ,
and Mrs.
E. JOHNS SON Hand To The Plow": 6 p.m.- j A. R. McRae and
H. B. Wiggins and Mr. and Mrs starringTyrone Power as a Brit-
Youth Fellowship, Adult Advisers, 7:30 p.m. Litany &; Meditation. I I son, Buddy, and Mr. and Mrs. H.
Starke. ish colonial in warfare in Ave. U. S.
about this questionWe Orrie Wiggins of engaged ( 301)
M. visited
hosts; 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. McRae Mr. and Mrs. J. '
India, will
play at the' Florida
Mr. and Mrs. of
Huckaby i
Service, "The Government of
are taking a vacation trip Church." St. Edward's Church Atlanta, Ga., spent last week with!'I Park Sunday afternoon. Theatre Sunday. Monday, and : -' .. .
Mon. 7:30 Com- the L. A. Halls. Mr. Huckaby and })r. and Mrs. Gerald Williams Tuesday. I :=- : : : :: ---- :..-._ .-:: =:.JA.C.-: ..:.- .: '__ -.._ : _
by bus and train this summer.It I : p.m.-Building Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. Mr. Hall fished at the Gulf Ham- | Power is given command of the
mittee. of .Melrose visited Mrs. Williams'parents j Rifles BY ALTON DOBBS
Gen. MailI -
will be a miracle if some- Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and mock. This weekend guest of the Khyber by "Brig.
Tues., 10 a.m.-Suwannee Pres- Mr. and Mrs. Russell land" (Michael Rennie) of the
thing isn't lost or stolen en- bytery will convene at McIntosh. 8:30 a. m.Children's. Hall's will be Miss Dorothy En- Thomas and family, Sunday after-I Peshawar garrison. He makes a
'I (
Class Saturday 11 geleke of Melrose.Mr. i
route. Would some kind of Wed., 7:30 p.m.-Prayer meet- I I ,noon. |Ihit with Maitland's daughter, Ter- ;,
a. m. .
and Mrs. Frank Thomas,
'personal effects' or 'baggage' ing; 8 p.m.-Adult Choir practice. 'i Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Starling of ry Moore when he saves her from : Cook'sGrocery
I Keystone Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Dortch "
Choir "kidnapPing
Thur., 3:30 p.m.-Junior I Jacksonville spent the weekend by Afridi conspirators. I
insurance the haze (Women's dub: )
cover in White
were sight-seeing
many Springsand '
practice. :'with W. B.'s mother, Mrs. Alma Power finds himself at odds with
ards to our luggage, clothing, Sunday Mass 8 a. m. the Stephen Foster Memorial;Starling, and spent Sunday with the other officers because of his I

Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. recently. !j Russell Thomas. 'mixed Indian blood, and out of a
cameras, and sporting goods? Christian Church Confessions before. all Masses.SEIENTH I Mr. and Mrs. '
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Parker|', We went to Crosby Cemetery to strong sense of loyalty he volunteers -.

Biblev School 9:45: a. m. Worship were shoppers and business callers(:.work on Thursday of last week I to kill "Kurram Khan" (Guy :

Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. i DAY in Jacksonville on Thursday of :|but didn't get much done as it Rolfe), a revolt leader and his ':

Charley E. Johns&SonAgency m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- I ADVENTIST CHURCH old last week. ]Trained. in the afternoon. We hope foster brother. |
Services each Sabbath in
day 7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, R. F. Dyal of the Farm Colonyin that everyone will be able to meet He deserts to accomplish his
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- mission, but a flash of love for his PHONE 405
Minister. Gainesville is spending a few again soon as there is lots of work
I j bath School 2 p.m. Preachingeach days vacation with his daughter, needed to be done there yet. Some- boyhood playmate causes him to ; Jax Hiway We Deliver Open Thurs. Afternoons
second and fourth Sabbaths !
falter. Khan him but- n
releases -
HAMPTON Mrs. Bruce Roark and family. body just name the day and we I I

I. CHRISTIAN CHURCH 3 p.m. Elder :Mostert, pastor. Mrs. Dyal spent the weekend here will be there if possible.Mr. him for the same brotherly C. D. M. Lb.

Bible School 10 a, m.; Worship Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. with the family.Mr. I and Mrs. William Shanleyof reasons, and he returns to his

Service 11 a. m : Youth Program: i Everyone welcome. and Mrs. James Picren of Gainesville visited Mrs. Shanley's regiment in dishonor.
Phone 13 Starke Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. R. I He clears his name by bravery
6:30 Service 8 Mr. and Mrs. R.
: p. m. Evening Gainesville called on :Mrs. T. F. parents, COFFEE 89CI
HI-WAY CIUI'ELAtlE'mblyof j in the famous Sepoy Mutiny.
p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon pastor. Brown and :Mr. and Mrs. Emory Crosby, Sunday. i
( God
1 ) Brown Sunday.Mr. Miss Shirley McRae spent Wednesday r

I ,. .. ',- -P -- .. -- .. -::--- ::- : 780 \V. Highway 16 and :Mrs. Bill West and son, 'i and Thursday night of Catalpa Trees

Services at the Hi-Way Chapel ::Mark, of. Jacksonville visited last week with Misses Elizabeth I Furnish Farmer I I, .
(Chufch of God), 780 W. Highway(!:friends in town Sunday afternoon. and' Julia Jackson at Starke. I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH :16 will be as follows: I I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bryant and 'Birthday Celebration i With Fence Posts"The !
I Robert Starling?' Jr. celebratedhis
j Sunday: 10 a.m. Sunday i son Homer, visited in Lake City TRIPE 2'0h-ozCans 29C
Starke School 11 Worship sixth birthday at the school dhly/ long-time solution to ,
t i ; a.m. Morning Saturday. :
7:45: ( jm Starke last Friday afternoon. I'!the problem of obtaining fence
; pm. Evangelistici I ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastain Jr., J He received many nice gifts. Refreshments -\j posts," Louis T. Neiland. extension -
i |
1 and children. Sue and Tommy at- balloon favors forester, Florida Extension 6 bot ctn
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor Thursday: 7:45 p.m. Bible and I
t 1.4... ... II Study on the Book of Revelations tended the football game in Jack- I were presented to the guests in I Service stated this week, "is to : COCA COLA 21C

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town with charts. Everyone welcome. sonville Mrs. Saturday.W. his class room by his mother, Mrs. plant catalpa trees, which will I,
I Harold E. Bullock, pastor. W. Hammond and Robert Starling, and teacher, Mrs. furnish durable fence posts in a

; Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 daughter Willow Ruth, attendeda Leola Roberts. relatively short time." I

AIR PARK BAPTISTAir chicken barbecue and picnic din- Little Miss Sandra Starling, sister Neiland said that the procedure any brand tall cans
ner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. the' MILK 3 39C
Park Baptist Church: Sun- Clarence I of Robert Jr., joined I'jof treating pine posts now advocated -

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. day School, 9:45 a. ra.; Preaching Sampson near Keystone Brownie Troop at the Methodist is the best to use at present, -
Heights Sunday.: Church. The youngsters meet on but added that the eventual solu-
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M.1.I I Service, 11 a. m.; Training Union, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hall of Live Tuesday afternoons at the churchfor tion will be to grow trees which TIDE, FAB, or Large Box
16:45 p. m.; Preaching Service, 8
Oak were Sunday guests of Mr. their work in art and craft. will withstand rotting without
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. |, p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday -
and Mrs. K. B. Watterson. '
Padgett-Brown treatment.
I! 8 p. m.CHURCH.
I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban of Mis.s Annie Brown daughter of I With about 30 years of experience CHEER 271f2cGRITS

.. .. .. ..,. ._ .,,. __ _- '. '''J' I: OF JESUS CHRIST Lawtey, called on her mother Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Browningof on the subject Neiland advocates -

: LATTER DAY SAINT I Mrs. J. L. Williams, and other Starke, and J. L. Padgett of the planting of catalpa

I relatives on Tuesday.Mr. Highland, son of Mr. and Mrs. (sometimes called catawba) trees,
i The Church of Jesus Christ of and Mrs. W. B. Watterson. Lonnie Padgett, were united in which will mature under favorable Plantation Ih

SERMON SUNDAY NIGHT Latter-Day Saints will hold their Mrs. Mamie Meade, Mrs. Maggie marriage last Saturday afternoon I II conditions in about ten yean. 5 bag 39C

,quarterly Stake Conference at theWoman's Johnson, Mrs.; M. B. Layfield and at Folkston Ga. They will reside I They should be set out six feet
i on Riverside Avenue the Rev. and Mrs Merle Packham I at Highland where Mr. Padgettis each this close plant
apart way;
Fkst Church Jacksonville, Sunday October attended the Baptist Association employed at the saw millGRAHAM. them from be-
Baptist Hampton ing is to prevent
10 at 10 and Plantation Ih
a. m. 2 p. m. The bag
meeting held in Brooker Wednes- After tree is cut

I I public All services is cordially in Starke invited.on Sunday day.Mr. '' 'TTnYn.;...... ............... ......... !coming for fence bushy.posts, it will a sprout out I MEAL 5 39C

and Mrs. L. A. Hall visited .
|"WHAT SHALL I DO WITH JESUS" will be omitted. : I again, and in about six years
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shannon and( .1
i I there will be another crop. BLACKBURN
""" Mr. and Mrs. Pat Shannon in
By Pastor :Merle Packham II EVERGREEN I Neiland is gathering catalpa
I Jacksonville .
Monday.C. I Gal Jar
I I BAPTIST CHURCH i Mrs. John McKlnneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,seed wherever he can, and will I QVDIIP 112 49C
M. Dennison of
Sunday School 10 A.M.: Training Union 6:30 P.M.: I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- I spent a few days with his son, I try to with furnish small farmers amount in this of, 01 n u r

ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: County a ;,
Wed. Night "HOUR OF POWER" 8 P M. In. m. Preaching 7:30: p. m. Prayer I Avery. Dennison and family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomas and I seed as long as his supply lasts.
and George W. Saxon I
I'I I Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. spent the weekend with their children were visiting his brother In discussing the problem Nei: I Limit 10 Lbs. 10-lb. BagPO'TOES

'Plan to attend all services of this church this Lord's'' I ;,Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. I daughters?' Mrs. G. C. Gentry and I'''and sister-in-law, :Mr. and Mrs. land cited the high costs of posts
Charley Thomas, in Hawthorne i pressuretreatedImch posts cost
Mrs. Inez Alford of Jacksonville. I' :
Day!! A warm Welcome awaits )'ou. I WOODLAWN MISSIONARY I Mrs. Sunday. 1 i about 88 cents each at Gainesville
Eugene Birt and Mrs. G.
BAPTIST CHURCHLAWTEY I Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney I I 29
I iW. Saxon were shoppers in Gaines-'I -' :. '''' .k :'f..
I._ _._. : : : ,
Sat- !
.. ',. ,, I FL\. ''ville were in Gainesville shopping
'. ::.. '. :.'. '; <. : .; -.. .,,: ; ':':.> --.:--.,_:- :: Monday. I I Ii
10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. I urday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth hav
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< i Mr. and Mrs. McRae and chilI -
__ .. ..n.._ .. ... _. ._ .___, ________...\ : preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45: : pray- I rece'ved word of the birth of li COLONIALFLORIST
1 '!r service, 7 o'clock services I!dren of Tampa were recent guests
I' song son to their son and wife. Mr. and
Yellow Lbs
Large 7-Piece I 7:30 evening services. 'I Mrs. Otis Forsyth of Beaufort., ;of Mr. and Mrs. Lessie Jones. ONIONS 3 1SC'LETTUCE
\ N. !| Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney of

Dorothy Ross. hemp .demonstration
LIVING ROOM LAWTEY, FLA. anent railed several]I
L I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching I,homes here Monday.Mr. MONUMENTSLOWEST I : FLOWERSFor Heads I

i 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek t and Mrs. A. I. Mann of All Occasions 1SC

: :service Wednesday 7:30: p. m. I Prooker and Miss Lois McClellan PRICES!

$159.95 I I i i \. E. Massey, pastor. ->f Waldo were Sunday guests at FINEST QUALITY I PHONE 218

I Bible Schnni-10" .*.: M. the J. A.!SCHOOL William's NEWS home. No Extra Charge I Sweet Lb
Dr. Florence Jennings: was a: Setting In Or Near
Phone SO Starke. Fla. CHURCH I visit"or in our school on Thursday STARKEWrite I

3-End Tables j Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching .I of last week and :Monday of this I Will Have Plenly LARGE MULLET Lb I

1-Sofa 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30)I week. DISH GARDENS

1-Coffee Table i p.m. Preaching 7:30: p.m. PrayerMeeting The eighth grade gave a short :

1-Big Lounge Chair 1-Large Table Lamp Wednesday 7:30: p.m. -. play, "Mumbo and the Greatful 1 .Jl'' POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY

i J REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor. Lion". in the audftorium last Fri FISH 16CHAMBURGER
3-Tables 1-Scatter Rug .
I I .. day. Mary Davis was narratorand .
.?' '. :': '.=-__ __ Richard Johns directed the For Free Folder Pioneers {WiredAnywhere{ f
sound effects. The characterswere
: Mumbo Geraldine Webber;

'b,. Lion v arroll Barnes: the ESTABLISHED 1930 I Lb

9 PoundsFor Hunters, Charles Prevatt: Henry. 715 FOREST ST.JACKSONVILLE. Nona St. Starke 33C i iI

Mother! and Joe Allen.
4dc! FlORIDA
I TJprerer" eiehtv-five of oui I

,pupils and five tearheij:? in r*>- I
FREE Bleach If Desired! ii igicus <5 > 1

0 "are The proud eighth of their grade record.rm iust fin- I PAY CASHFOR STEAK 37C Ii i

:.shed a project on Florida wild i !

:. We Will flowers. Manv handsome specimens Lb

\ I Dry Your Clothes mounted.have They been make pressed an attrac and FARMS WITH TIMBER I SMOKED BACON 41C !

For 20c tive d'snlay!" on our bulliten board: TIMBER LANDS I
"Chastine attended the fit -
IJ : In New Automatic Driers! I CHUCK Lb. I
ball game at Jacksonville last Sat f>ULP WOODr

urday night She was accom- ,
named bv her father mother and

cmllll brother Tommy. MAIL PRICES AND DETAILS TOt rROAST23c I

The Washeteria Mrs. R. E. Starr and son: Pa ,
Similar To Above Photo All Items Not Shown were the guests of Mrs. Bynun 5311 Shen Avenue

I i Temple A veo Star 'ei I I Perkins last Sunday. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA i I II
Eighth Grade
.. personalities I .
.. .__ _____ __ ._" _____ n" __ i '. ,, .. '1'_'.lJJ. r i Mary Davis was born at Heil-'I i ::....-' ,. ;,.Jt .:. .2'i _.:-.. ._ :...--..-..= ..:. I I


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Oscar Ritch Attends City Awarded For Safety Record Youths Need Active Follow Up' I I l Elk 68.R.UE.!Description Sunny Acres of Property S/D Sec: Lot 21 J, of T.i i|,' Men's Clothing

GM Training CenterOscar I Name in which assessed: H. A. i i I11I II ALVAREZ'; STORE
,Manassa. '' Established 1894fINKIER .
When Released From Institutions I All of said! property being in the;
Ritch is attending the [County of Bradford, State of Flor- ,
1 ... .
1i Ida. ,'I !
General Motors Training Centerat I A need for "follow up" work )institutions, help him find some Unless such certificate or certl-! '

Jacksonville to learn advanced' with boys and girls dischargedfrom Useful employment and make him fieates shall be redeemed according
techniques I i t ? Ito! law the property described in
automotive service s .< correctional: institutions and feel that he is once more a partof such certificate or certificates will ELECTRIC SERVICEGet

which he will use in his work at : returned to the community was the community," he declared. be sold to the highest bidder at the
court house door on the first Mon- Set For the
Better Fall
Simpson-Urquhart Pontiac agency voiced at the regular meeting of Judge Yawn said that adults day in month of November. 195

in Starke. the Bradford County Children's who are parolled from prison are which is the 1st day of November Programs Now Coming oh17inch / !!!

)Ir. Ritch is-spending two daysat I and 1954. 12
committee at noon Tuesday by provided with supervision I Dated .this 29 day of September

the Jacksonville school, one of Juvenile Court Judge T. A. Yawn. guidance but that there is no ,,1954. ,
nationwide network of trainingcenters j (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1
a I The speaker said that in most provision under the law for providing Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- '
I .
being set up by General instances these young people are this service for the way- ford County Florida + 1 RADIO

Motors to keep employees of its I returned to the community and to ward boys and girls who need it tot 4t H 32 f d,

car and truck dealerships abreastof NOTICE TO APPE\n- r AND
homes that are no better than most. I' I
'In Circuit Court. Bradford County. t
new I u C when they left them an4 that they Rev. W. S. McAliley. committee Florida In thnnrerjT'Attilio

and service techniques.A I soon fall into the same bad habits chairman appointed Jack Tra- Sego, Plaintiff n.Ik e rjSega ; TELEVISIONSales
with Simp Defendant.
service manager Mrs. E. A. Hall and SheriffP.
misdeeds that wick
<_': got them into i'l Case No. 10-65:
son-Urquhart for two years he I trouble in the first place. D. Reddish as a committee to .Notice To Appear I' ......I
selected the Pontiac course taking I conditions | To: Alice C. I.'ga."ho't' residenceand
'I do not believe that anyone study local
,, address is New Preston; Con-
in 1955 New TVMahogany
advanced.study was ever 'rehabilitated' in a cor especially pertaining to children necticutt.Tou m.95
Model School.David I are hereby' notified that a and Service
streets are tote
rectional institution or prison in areas where city
H. Simpson head of the 1 ,I 'I suit for ,.." I .. .... .... ....I ...... .... ..I'
faster Divorce
Judge Yawn said. "The rehabilitation paved, with resulting and ratification of

company, said he sent Ritch to I Ewell Lawson (left), safety chairman of the City Council, looks ,, work must come after thei I driving. stipulationhas been filed against you In the 224 N. Temple Are. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida

the Jacksonville center to give 'on as Ovid G. Lewis presents Starke with a plaque given by the State boy or girl returns to his or her' The problem of getting adequate)above named Court and cause and -. .

customers. the benefit of improved Department of PublicSafety for hang no traffic deaths in the city 'i home environment. That is when,\transportation for needy children .your you are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of .

service techniques taught limits during 1953. Police Chief W. E. Thornton and Major J. R. they need help most. who have appointments for medical complaint on the Plaintiffs

there. Simpson-Urquhart and Pontiac CMC Wainwright i (far right) accept the award for the city. Only 30 cities Judge Yawn said that in some care at Hope Haven and other in 202 Attorney Smith Icon Building Gerald Jacksonville P. Hart Sell It Rent h Trade It

handles Pontiac cars of Florida sere given the award. communities this service has been stitutions was discussed. Thereis Florida,
I and file the original In the office
Trucks. performed by civic groups or clubs a need for more volunteers for ,
I lof the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
The Jacksonville training cen "It is surprising how much goodit this important project, and any or before the WITH\ +
ter, with more than 23,000 square!, usa/ Building Presently Used would do for someone just to one I who can render this service otherwise 25 day the of October allegations, 1954;of said CLASSIFIED

feet of floor space, has six specialized how a little interest in a boy who I I occasionally is asked to contact Complaint will be taken as con- '' Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

shop classrooms for use by has come home from one of these Rev. McAliley. ,fessed by you.
To Capacity By School ServicesStarke's This notice shall be published'once
the Chevrolet Pontiac::, each week for four consecutive I !0 WORDS OR LESS. OXE INSERTION
Buick, Cadillac: CMC Truck & Brooker Market Will Scout Troop 70 weeks in the Bradford County Tele - SOc

and United : USO building is pre- has three pingpong tables, and !I graph. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2omSCOUNT
Coach Fisher Body
I Dated this 22 day of Sept., 1934. ,
Motors Service' divisions of GM. sently in full harness pulling a smaller tables are set up for Get Trucker's ShedAn Scout Troop 70 held its regular (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby OF IS PER
heavy school workload in order to checkers and similar games. A last at the I Clerk of the Circuit Court "
highly meeting Thursday night
Each division supplies a 25: ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk PAID lf! ADVtCEMEMORIAMS
relieve the overcrowded conditionsof soft drink bar is for the I addition to the Brooker I I
trained instructor for its coursesat provided Scout Hut The scouts had a 9/24 4t 10/15 -

the center. the present school buildings.L. refreshments.The Farmers Market, a trucker's shed farewell party for Orin Jones CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Lino

GM officials expect a total of H. Gibson general supervisorand gymnasium and stage areas 80 by 160 feet will be built some- assistant scout master who is In Circuit NOTICE(Coart"TO Bradford APPEAR C"n.ty. (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

mechanics to attend the coordinator of instructional ,are used for calisthenics plays and time before the first of the year being transferred to Fernandinaby Florldat In Ckaaeerr.Sylvan .
3,500 .
materials, said. that the entire I other entertainments, school dem according to Ralph Nettles, mar- Rayonier Inc. Refreshmentsof 1 Katske. Plaintiff, vs. Ger- I
center each year. : !trade Katske, Defendant.Case
building is devoted to some important I onstrations, band concerts charity ket manager. cakes and soft drinks were No. 10-697 A. J. Thomas, Starke, Fla.
Harlow H. Curtice president function of the school sys- balls and occasional assemblies The State Agricultural Market served at the party and Jones Jfotlce To Appears j FOR SALE
whose residence .
General Motors, explained that To: Gertrude Katske -
rem: I when the weather does not permit ing Board last week advertised for was given a gift by the scouts. and address is: 5420 15th ,, II V* ,
the purpose of the centers is "to After the present school construction !i outside meetings. bids from contractors for "a shed Avenue. Brooklyn New York. : Homes Under
insure that the who 'I You are hereby notified sat a ConstructionIN
people buy is completed, much of I Some of the groups using the approximately 80 by 144 feet, up 1951: LEGION FAIR suit for i, FOR SALE I
trucks will continueto :
our cars and the space may be freed for com- ;building in the past have not to 160 feet andor: a shed 96 by The Annual Bradford County Divorce off.I STARKE'SA'EII'EST
receive efficient and satisfying you are required to serve a copy 1-\\\ Honsea in SaratlIllsHeiRhta \ '
munity use. But school officials I properly cared for it, Mr. Gibson 85 feet including restrooms"Nettles Fair, sponsored by American your answer or pleading to thr I|, addition to !Olar"'". Downpajmrnt SUBDIVISION,

service. believe that the continued growth j I stated. He said that the building said the proposed shed (Legion Post 56, Jones-Langford- complaint on the Plaintiff I i lu \rlrrnn. S1INMMI.
: Attorney T. Frank Landrum *:2.-0.0 at rlosinR. To .NonArtrrann Pine
in Bradford County population in- vas restored to a passable ap will not be connected to the present White will be held from Monday, Starke Florida \ kliglitl bis hfT doer payment haven

New Social Security dicates that the USO will be need- j pearance by several of the teach market buildings but will be November 1 through Saturday has been filed against you in they t prior of IlIIu..t" the name.

ed for classrooms and expanded''!ers'ol'king in their spare time. located in back of it and the L. A. November 6 above named Court and cause and ''I WITH AM THKSE FKATt'RESV"1".1
Law To Aid Farmers"Social at the new Legion and file the original In the office of 3-T"o ford room house of tua-
school services after j and he has certain of Circuit Court on'' ** Hoot. F""'* "'.11.
even the new adopted policiesto Fair Grounds on Temple Avenue, the Clerk the II;i sunny ronfttrnrtiun. not wortChad I, Tile Floer"
or before the four or the old. Jalur.it
buildings are completed. i insure proper maintenance of Plans just north of Martin's 1934: years Uiudowi and Doers' .
Security reports for -Y Club Fruit Stand. I 25 day of October. ; modern rontenienrex. Prlt'rd.1 H.t Watrr
been At present the USO houses the building."All Stephens otherwise the allegations of said a bargain.i I Heater ..d M k.;; Full Bat.. Cr
farm operators have greatly I Shows described to be confessed '' P rU. City t'
Complaint will be taken as Illllits. Wooded
simplified", T. C. VanAntwerp English classes junior high vocal <, that is asked of the school Hayride SaturdayBHS's bigger and better than ever will I by you. ;i.- acre fertile toed 1320: fret I I! Lots' Close "_lCfc.refce..

music, and chorus under Mrs. ;clubs is that the students be provide amusement This notice shall be published ,i on graded road \;. mile of lira ; and IluftlRr Distrlet
manager of the Gainesville Dis- safety, Hi-Y met Tuesday at concessions. once ecn week for four consecutlvt :, patrd hiithnar I'rlred '::.IHHI. I
trict Office announced this week. :Mona Canova; a health and properly and adequately chape- (I There will be two large tents I weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Model 2-Bedrooiu Home NOW

1 course under Leonard Registef; roned by responsible adults at the home of Dr. C. J. Houpt, theclub's for exhibitions. For these and other bargain re, OPEN FOR YOUR
"Effective with January I Anyone
22 of 1954.OFFICIAL
The boys planneda Dated this day Sept. rail or arise
the qualifying quarter and the classes in junior high school: their parties Gibson explained sponsor. obtain exhibit space is advisedto I ( Charles A. D nary :, .
science and mathematics under V.I j I under the new policies. "While hayride and basket dinner which : kaof the Circuit I
60-day rule are dropped as a requirement contact Charles S. Partin. Clerk''' FlU Fiv%:\ri\c
R. Ferguson; girl's physical edu- :!no charge is asked for the use of will be held at Kingsley Beach I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy SF.RA.
for farm workers. 9,24 4t t0, 15 :2 Red rooms 7.04IO MM
cation under Miss Nina Bishop j the building by school clubs, a Saturday. They also received pins Dew .
These changes became law with : r J. THOMAS r *:225: flout.* COM. 110.....

the approval of the amendments to and instrumental music classes I cleaning deposit of five dollars which had been ordered previously la Ctrralt Court. Bradford County. I \OTI{' : OF ELECTION 1 ly P.T..t It0.i0.I .

under Bandmaster Gay R. Rimert.In must be made. President Charles Kirkland ]presided Florida In C1oa. r". I, J. U- wainwright Mayor of i I1RAL I>! TATE DEALER I!, 3 Bedrooms JLS.OOO $400
the Social Security Act on Sep Carolyn Young, Plaintiff vs. Jos- Starke Florida by vitrue of ttte'authority Uo"., ,:S50 ('Io..I.e.1..,
addition to this class instruction "This fee is refunded to the at the meeting. Chaplin ( do I I Moath.
tember 1, 1954. : eph E. Young, Sr., Defendant.Case )II vested in me by law !04 At I i IT Payment 47.OG..
students makea Stefanelli the opening call. a special run-off election Telephone
several county school special- organization if the Raymond gave No. 10-696 I I hereby :
The old i Order Of Publlr.Uouad to be held at the City Hall in Xothing else to
provision was cumber- \otlre lo 'starkr pay Purchase
maintain offices and consult after their and Secretary Edwin FloridaR.kDIOS
lets clean-up
and j I satisfactory i prayer Appear State Of Florida Toi the! aforesaid city by the qualified I II XW
some required the operator to tion rooms in the building.. These'party. If not. the money is turnedover [Johns recorded the minutes. Joseph E. Young. Sr., whose residence voters on Tuesday, October 26, 1954. :I Move in when com
keep track of the number of and address I for the of electing the following I! pleted.
daysa is : Port Jefferson. purpose .
worker include Dr. Florence Jennings J Jchild I to Albert Tyson the building I The club has invited T. Aubrey Long Island, Kew York. officer: REPAIREDAll

was employed in each welfare; Mrs. Eva Henderson, ,janitor to do the cleaning." Morse executive secretary of. the I You are required to appear on \ONE ALDEUMAN FOP. TWO YEARS Make. All Model See

quarter. Now any farm worker music supervision; C. L. Overturf, 1 Gibson said the building has Florida District of the Y. M. C. A., October 25. 1954. in the above named .I Inspectors of said election: Reasonable rhargea guaranteed Joseph D/ Warren
Court and Ruth BroadwayA.
who Is cause, wherein plaintiff WARREN CONST.
paid $100.00 or more in, correctionist Bill Patray j by lighter i for next seeks L. Jr. CHtS. C. SHF.PHEHD CO.
speech : been brightened up as their guest speaker divorce. A. Crosby rot W. rail St. Starke Ph. 23: P. O. Box 737
cash wages per year by one em testing services; and L. H. Gibson. |I coats of paint. He said the "new Tuesday's meeting.The Bradford County Telegraph shall I T. T.: LongP.obert Tele. 415-IP
publish' this order ifl n. GreenH.
la next four Starke
ployer covered Fla
by security County textbooks for both white I look" was brought about by a boys also agreed"to express weekly Issues C. Brown NEW AND USED PIANOS FOR I

after December 31. 1954 without and colored schools are stored ini change in the building's function. their thanks to those who have Witness my hand and official seal In testimony whereof I hereunto SALE reasonable liberal trade-in 60 ACHES
resnect to the "n_K<.- of dove I at Starke. Florida, this 22 September subscribe my name and cause the allowance, no delivery charge. improved pasture i ft:
four rooms which were formerly !I "During the time Camp Bland- bought football programs. 1954.UFFICLIL. seal of the City to be hereunto affixed Easy terms arranged. Write to bearing pecan tree8.- Z dwellings

worked. This change will result inconsiderably used as a checkroom a director's ing was activated" he said "the ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby this 21st day of September J. O, c/o KTadford Cn. Telegraph. I supply numerous plentiful out buildings. water
farm As Clerk of said Court A.D. 1954.iOFFiCIAL. 6tchg 10/29 with auto elec
workers office a kitchen, and a small din- tired GI needed a restful darkenedroom By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk SEAL) ?UTP... U5.000.| Write r L.t
getting the advantage of coverage. Zach H. J. R. WAIXWK1GHT. MAYOR I >. Box 51, Starke (Bradford Coprttchg
ing room, during the USO opera- where he might sit in an Douglas 505 Lynch Build
Additional I ing, Jacksonville, Florida ATTEST: ,
information \ Electric
may be tion. easy chair near a softly lighted Attys. for Plf. 9/34 4t 10/15 Carl Johns City Cleric. Motors
secured from representatives of S/24 5t 10I /%% LET J. D. ODOH. JB.
Gibson also maintains a central ,i table and relax by reading or Report

the Social Security Administrationwho county depository for various (I talking[ things over with a buddy. I NOTICEOf FOR TAX APPLICATION DEED I REWOUND AND CATTLE H\\DLE Ain TOCR HOGS

are at the courthouse at teaching materials. This deposi- I "Now the purpose of the building Heune Bill l\o. 18C2 i, SERVICEDSmall Live Oak- E.BALES.... _

regular Intervals. The date of tory is kept open until 5 p.m. daily | has been changed as more from De Notice Sue the Is hereby holder given of, that Luke W. C. T. U. G.I."lll" WHtimTEaeh Friday
their next visit the fol '
will be announced. and from 10 until p lowing certificates Appliance Repair tf
ajn. noon on than 600 students use it every day. has filed said
( certificates for a tax deed to be issued "JOY AXD TEMPERANCE i General
Saturday.The Machine Work FOR EENT
j -Furnished
Today the easy chairs have been thereon. The certificate numbers apartment
Clean Nests Aid building is frequently used and years of issuance, the description 'AND REPOSE SLAM THE DOOR one bedroom and grlasged-ic sleeping -
replaced by desks and the dark Congress porch large living
of the room
by various school clubs and organ- property and the lOX I kitchen
DOCTOR'S NOSE. and dinnette. m
I names in which THE South
Egg it
Marketing was assessed
izations for class parties and entertainments areas have been made lighter by all follows: are I All Work Guaranteed St. or apply at Tuck'a A.to Cafe

The front lobby paint and varnish." I Certificate No. !Z. Years of Is- HENRY. LONGFELLOW.JERSEY Reasonable Rates tfWHITE
Don't overlook the Importanceof J by BILLY MATTHEWS rfiance 1952. i WAITRESS WANTED-

adequate clean! nests for your I J New Klngslev Bench. (f
New Law Raises Social Security Benefits
layers the Florida .
Agricultural Congressman D. R. (Billy) Mat RED SEAL FOR S.LE.t're farm
Extension Service advises commercial Extends Coverage To 9 Out Of 10 FamiliesNew thews has announced that the competitive house, 1 mile North with o modern -
tey on r. S. JOl. within miirf
egg producers and farm' Hock examination; for entranceto ELECTRIC & :MACHINE Humphreys New Highland Plant

owners. I amendments to the Social :If the deceased breadwinner in the U. S. Coast Guard Academywill Se owner W. P. Strickland tfohg

"I[ a good nest isn't available." Security Act, signed into law re- I:your family had at least one anda be held nation-wide on Feb- SHOPF.

says Julian S. Moore. Extension cently by President Eisenhower I: half years of covered work between ruary 28 and March 1, 1955..These GOWNS W. GRAUDON

poultry specialist "a hen will lay will affect virtually every family January 1939 and Septem examinations will be given in 109 I SARATOGAHEIGHTS

almost anywhere, but the egg you tn Bradford County according toTed I I''ben, 1950 you should come to cities. The cities in Florida where Owner, Manager

get may not be of as high qualityas C. Van Antwerp district man-,(I Gainesville for an interview." the examinations will be held are 106 Washington St.-Phone 397

it would be otherwise. Good ager of the Social Security Ad The new scale of benefits payable Jacksonville Miami, Tallahassee 1 Limit Sterke, Fla.

nests will result in clean and ministration. I to those qualifying after Au '
eggs and Tampa. .
FtK >A1.K.NViv S 8
x x 16 Con.t
fewer broken eggs." VanAntwerp says that 376 bene- gust 1954: Matthews emphasized the oppor- ,.i, hi", II'l ,.. Cement {1.40 per- I
ficiaries in the county will receive j Average monthly wage of 845:1: ,! $1 Value wag Later, :Mix 11.25 per bag
Mr. Moore recommends one nest tunity offered young men who I5i.idfc.rd
i I combined September checks for1 Worker's monthly benefit $30: HI Stark-. I
for every five hens. All nests i received', choose this four-year course which if VETERANS
$12.514 instead of $11,075 worker and wife $45; widow child Slight Irreg.
should be alike so hens won't crowd leads to a bachelor of science de a 11.1. TH.UII) acre, farm with 6 I _
previously. The increase of $1,439is etc. $30; widow and child $45; 1 lmii. ,
M n. > fr house and lot in
certain ones. It is well to place in engineering and a commis- .
a 13 per cent gain. I widow and two children $50.20. gree "" H I- Garrett; lit. J, I.v.x I 5100.00 CASH DOWN
them along walls or near supportIng sion as a career officer in Ameni _. :r-.1 Itp
The amended act: i Average monthly wage of $100.
posts In the center of the lay- i ca's oldest sea-going service. I
1)) Extends coverage beginning ;Woiker'smonthly. benefit $55: BOY'S W \\TKH To HIT About six room PAYMENT
ing house.A "There are no appointments: or frame hour with one to five
'Jan. 1, 1955 to about 10 million I worker and wife $82.50; widow I .,f land scar Starke acres

good nest should be dark in (:people, including self-employed child etc., $41.30: widow and child geographical quotas for entranceto i M.-' i"in--. M S a iko on lit.or 2. near Box .AH three-bedroo 1ft dtaMrry
. side the Coast Guard Academy, he j"" l lake Butler -Fla .on.... win
but well veetiliated, of 2tp 10/2 ?
sturdy "Ull08t
I farm operators and most farm $82.60; and widow and two children P'Rta' rar'-
I I I I stated. "I urge all qualified young SHIRTS .torae-I! rooms. "I'.II
construction accessible to
easily workers. I 8260. r"K1.K j :-I.ot I IMS;; X H5 feet.h file window kill. sad batter.
hens men who are interested in a worthwhile n iitdruoni' house Kitchen ethanol
to clean for gath- bath, tars.
easy easy ,, Average'monthly r..te
benefits to all S150
2)) Increases pres wave of : rlhbona
"nt and bark screened r.d ....
I ,
porches apr.
| profession to write for details Etrlr
ering eggs and be built so it can lent and future retired workers. Worker's monthly benefit. $68.50; I s.''.'K'.. ii.i.l house, etc. 13 pet-an Lltehen equipment optional. For
j .
be closed easily at night to prevent f I and applicatons as soon as ; <-, '! .n anRe trees. L. J. Wynn. farther 'details rail
I 3) Revises the scale for determining worker and wife $102.80: widow H.,'npan, Fla.
possible to Coast Guard Headquarters II: lip
roosting in it. I a worker's average wage and child, etc., $51.40: widow and child. 2 Limit Saleewaa! o. ltrorada crew S/p
in Washington D. F'' >KU.E 4 P.\I.'..111 dark .
C.I each
}lr. Moore excelsior er : pens open fertile
suggests increases the maximum amount of S102.80: and widow and two children land M; !It frontage
must be on Highway
Applications postmarkedon
planer mill shavings as litter. annual earnings that can be count- $120.A'erage. II 89c Value l i unit-> north of Starke. Five
or before January 15. .."i'i h,,"'f, garage, barn poultry A. J. THOMAS Realtor
He emphasizes keeping nests ed to $ ?Q0. j monthly wage of $200: Candidates.for the next examination n ,i-e _',: orange. 10 Japanese

clean and dry and checking peri- 4) Preserves benefit rights for Worker's monthly benefit. $78.50; for the Coast Guard Acad- I Short Sleeves / if R..i,-d"n'a. 1"1". T ',plum treen. nt.11p 1. 20 1 Temple .%,,. TMFk.r 2I1

odically to determine whether totally disabled workers and it. worker and wife, $117.80; and
emy must be single must have STtHKK, Ffc.,
mites or other parasites have invaded provides for their referral to state widow child etc. $58.90ido: \\' reached his seventeenth but not 1 t'iK, S\LE Farmall A cyclebar
< i guild i nndition 165.
them. "When parasites are agencies for rehabilitation services. ,,and child $117.80: and widow and his tewnty-second birdhdays by .If Station across from Farmers I FOR RENT-Four room fu.n.-h.rt
must be self- two children 15710. 1 M"I ; j.' t. UpW Lowe 3d s. water
found, prompt action 5)) Permits employed and (July 1, 1955 and must be in excellent MEN'S St. lip
taken to control them" he beneficiaries under 72 Average monthly jvage of S250. '
says. employed physical condition.A I lfx \\ LAliY wishes work. Cook' FUn SALE-Why bUild ,
I w"'
{ < -
In hot weather it's advisableto to earn up to $1.200 in a year Worker's monthly benefit $88 50: : high school diploma is the rti.- .,. MX kt--p li.hour en .- or Restaurant baby sit. Have, thirty steps when you can set UD 'n n

remove flaps to nests to provideas without loss of social security payments. worker and wife $132.80; widow, minimum educational requirement t..i "XI.n..ne616 Cherry St 01 I steps' that minute look Preratsted good and cement will

much ventilation as possible. I After 72. the worker will child. etc.. Sfi6,40: widow and child although high school seniors as- 'I SHORTS HI;. 5 last ft a life tire. 4 ft. length 14.

receive all his payments regardless S132.SO; and widow and two children sured of being graduated by June 1 FOR 1I.;\T FIHMSIIKU See' i'llffrd'/tAISu phone" W 2i-J.;ah.

Three Drivers Have of the amount he makes on the ,, $177.20. 30 are eligible 'to take the ex- "nh :2 Painted Bedroom innidr Iloune.sad ont. ___ ZIP 10 iS j!

II side.. t > Average monthly wage fo $300: I,aminaf'on if they will have a* I I MARTI\'S f'lIiIT SHOP WAXTEU-Settlf'd Lady to live

Licenses Revoked The minimum payment of $25 Worker's monthly benefit. $98.50: least 15 credits by that time. All! 2 Limit I 1 :NOHIII TKVPLKK.. Itch and works care from for C Z children. Mother: 10

to retired worker was raised to I'applicants must have three units i nuth Taylor. p.m to Z a.m 'all
a it-J.
.. .
Among the 1,167 driver's licenses (worker and .wife $U1.S0id; :>.. FOR RE-iT-Cnfurnilhed house. In lip !
$30 per month. The maximumper in English two of Algebra, and 49c Value quire at Bus Station I
t f FOR
revoked the State Deparment iALE-Remingl'
by ichild, etc., $73.90; widiw and child. lone :O.oS deer
to each of -I i
month was raised from $85 Physics and Plane nflt' almost sew and
of Public Safety during August $98.50. The maximum family payment $147.80; and widow and two children f Geometry- graduation. COr.NTRV CIRF.D HAMS Standard Typewriter Pndl.'rwood L Hillen-
All Sizes
were three in Bradford County: FOR SILE '' dahl. Raiford Rd. mile from
has been raised from $168.75 $197.10. THKF. ICK CO. t f -111 In| tiooae trailer ,
M. J. Thomas ; Joseph I I itp

Manning Griffis, Lawtey; Osie to $$200.00 per month. I 1 Average monthly wage of $350: I Emergency Fund -- ,
I IWorker's \ >,
Van Antwerp also called attention
Odell Thomas Brooker. \
monthly benefit $108.50:
to a provision in the amendedlaw Meeting ThursdayA

I which affects survivors of ,worker and wife, $162.80" ; widow I' We ExchangeWe I
Deadline Nears of the Bradford
City workers who died before Sept. 1. .child etc., $81.40; widow and child, meeting 1 Refund FOR REAL (
County Emergency Fund Committee ESTATE ,
For Absentee Ballots 1950 without having acquired $182.80; and widow and two children DYERS IIUYUS for all cbMa 01 bad aAa type(
originally scheduled for OctU. We of buiinna
Satisfy .
pbca umial from
I enough covered employment to I !YC!) I.
i $200. has -11m. Yarly lIudreds 01 thoIuaods 01
been postponed .
Wednesday will be the last day become insured under the old law. i t.atalop dreuiattd Iw ttdattWnt ia oar 500 PCtoApapcn,a hgth.ay
I Thursday Oct: 21, according toa lips sad 1h1OUlh naOUT Big Cit, Otficet. UST .
that city voters can receive absentee ":f the NOW and i your propenrHOW
you are surviving aged enjoy hr ajj ?! ST OUT' IIICCdtM National "
ballots for the special runoff Recent Birth: a announcement by Mrs. Edward ioDal COIL hO SALE NO lAY. 800tJeI
widow widowed mother with min- Hall, secretary.The 147 W. n OUT15p1: : 01aaadre : .
election between Ewell Lawson or children or aged parent of a i! ..
,I Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Silcox of meeting will be held at Call St.StarLn. STROUT REALTY AGENCIES "
and W. H. (Bill) Noegel City worker who died between 1939 and, pWald't
Clerk Carl Johns said this week. iHeilbronn Springs: are receiving 8 pjn. in the USO as previously Largest Office Coat-toGoax SLate Ififjft': .
Sept. I, 1950, and you were not eli-, i' enaounced Representatives of SEE./ wxrnt OB reoxs .A
Johns said voters can pick up gible for survivor's benefits before." congratulations on. the birth of a Fla. J
civic groups clubs church
absentee ballots at the City Hall+ihe said "the new law may make it Icon' Lynn Leonard born Oct. 11 and all interested organizations I F. C. HOLLL'CSRORTH, Representative.

until p.xn Wednesday. 1 possible for you to get payments. in the Starke Maternity Hospital I are invited to attend. persons Phone 25 Starke Fla.



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by !(rs. J. L. gtrickland


We were at Long Branch Church
Sunday to the homecoming serv-
ices and must say we enjoyed the
services very much. The Sunday
School had 78 in attendance. At
the beginning of the worship serv-
ices we had three preachers and
aix deacons present, but before
long we had nine preachers that
I know of and I can't say bow
many deacons present.I .
believe If our house were
three or four times larger than It
Is there would not be room enoughon BRADFORD Friday Oct. 15th
these occasions for half the ,
people that attend.
The following churches were
represented at the beginning of
the worship services: Highland.
Orange St. of Baldwin, Marville

Brandt Woodlawn Branch of ,Jacksonville.Beaver St. Oak and PARK ii 8:00: P. M.

Cro e, Middleburg and Black Pond. .
T am confident there were more
churches represented later in the
day.One -. ,
lady was with us from Oak .- :..
c .
land Calif. Mrs. Mary Toumans '
who Is visiting her children in
this section of the country. One
cf her children is Mrs. Leon Sullivin -
of nearby Jacksonville. The
Sullivan came to take us to e .
church.Sunday. We are thankful :.
tor these sincere young people. !,
They do seem to be interested in ,
us older folks and want to see TornadOe New a
that we do get to church. We need Smyrila:
,more like them in our work. We f
had good offerings for the ceme-
tery and church Sunday; the of- I
fering for the upkeep of the cemetery II I
was $133.55 the church, $54.50 I
We consider this very good of-
ferings although we can remember
much larger offerings than these

even a ful crowd for if this we present.did much.not We have are as thank-large ADMISSION Adults $$1.00 High School Students SOc -- Elementary School Students 25c

After dinner we had singing until -
we had to go home. There were
quartets present besides the oth.ter .
group singers.
After we came home from churchwe

when were one surprised of Mr. and Strickland's pleased HOME GAMES OUT OF-TOWN GAMES
"nieces and family drove up to the '
gate. Freddy g\ot out of the car ft : 4
and came to hinr and called him ,

who Uncle she Jim.was.Well He, thought he didn't she know was September 17 Macclenny 0 Starke 19P.K.Yongel2 September 24 .. St. Leo 0 Starke 25 r

one of his brother Raford's children -
October 8 Starke 20
but did not know which one. -
She let him guess for awhile and October 1 Palatka 7 Starke 0
then told him which one she is. October 15 New Smyrna In Starke.
She is now Mrs. Bert Ellington of '
Starke. Bert, Freddy and two October 22 Lake City In Starke November 12 Ketterlinus St. Augustine
daughters were all here and we
were glad to see them and know November 5 Seabreeze In Starke '

them. November 24 Fernandina Fernandina t
Mr. Strickland had to report to November 19 Green Cove. In Starke -
the hospital Tuesday of last week
Tor a check up and learned he is
doing "fine". Has to return next
Tuesday for his final check up. '
Mr. and Mrs. Enos Hayes calledon ..
Uncle Jim Strickland last week. Bring: Home the Bacon, Boys! -=: -'Mow Em Down, Tornadoes, Support the Tornadoes with your presence I
Mrs. Jim Hornsby, daughter and
n-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. LeS f
Hayes called on us last week. KOCH DRUG STORE Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co. Torode Chevrolet Co.

Arthur Hatcher called on
the Stricklands Sunday. ,
Mrs. Irene Padgett spent a few Compliments of
"Faircloth last week. She returned Starke Hardware Co. .
home Thursday _' ,17', WILLIAMS JEWELRY Florida Power & Light Co.
We just learned we had a wedding SPORTING GOODS
in our community last Satur- .
day. J. T. Padgett and Nuchie *
Crews of Lawtey were married.
They are staying with J. T.'s Support the Tornadoes with your presence Support the Tornadoes with your presence Let's Support the Tornadoes .

sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. ROBERTS JEWELRY R. B. Alvarez & Son -.
"Robert Martin at.the present time. R R. D. Reddish & Son Dairy
We wish a long and happy life for Jeweler"
"Your Friendly
young people.YOU'LL "'''',

Best Wishes to the Team
LOVE the new Ester- Best Wishes Of Everybody Out For Tonight's Game!
brook purse&lze fountain pens! In
pastel shades. Only So.58 at Brad- j DAVE PAULK Conner Bros. Insurance AgencyC.

ford County Telegraph. H. Driggers Furniture Co.
Heavy Equipment Rental -

fir**!! f..rl. Bradford Cfmmtj Support the Tornadoes with your presence
Harold FUrldai Norman.In l'hurcry.Plaintiff, r-, Helm Compliments of Best Wishes Of s

W. Norman, Defendant l'i&.t'iu. 10-iO I Thomas Truck Terminal & Garage
N.llee T. Appear Starke Builders Supply Edwards Grocery & Market
To: Helen W. Norman; whilSt residence -
and address is: I'nknown.You .
are hereby notified that aault
Divorce Best Wishes From
hi a been filed against you in the
above named Court end cause and We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! Best Wishes to the,Team
you are required to serve a 0,1
your answer or pleading to the 'om-I Denmark Furniture Co.
plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney LAWSONS MARKET Charley E. Johns & Son Agency
Alfred I' Scott 106 Smith building .
Jacksonville Florida .
and file the orlgl-ial In the office of General Insurance
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the i day nf November,
1954; otherwise the allegations of.' Come on out and boost our team GEM JEWELRY
said Complaint will be taken as confessed
This by notice you. shall be pulillshetf j I GUIDON GRILL Compliments of The House Of Fine Diamonds
once each week for four consecutive
weeks In the Bradford County Tele- ] Starke's Leading Jewelry
graph. t Eat At The Best Forget The Rest New Method Cleaners .
Hated this 1 day i.f (Ktoher. 1954. I I :-
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby,
Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 1Dy
Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I .
Id < It 10 2 91 I Let's Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game Best Wishes Team_
Best Wishes to the Team
r S. R. Johns' Grocery Brownlee & Chasteen

FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S Faulkners Service StationBest *

JUST ONE Best Wishes From Compliments of

FRIGIDAIREMade Wishes Team .,

only by General Barksdale's Dept. Store Hart Furniture Co. *
Motors Corp. All other The WASHETERIA

Electric Refrigerators are .
made by other companies
and cannot use the word Be present tonight to cheer our boys to Best Wishes Of

Frigidaire. VictorSirhpsonUrquhart Onward Tornadoes! .
Dixie Motor Court & Restaurant

; Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Pontiac G. S. "Gib" Browns Service Sta.

f ? ? .

J THEN SEE A Good Team Like the Tornadoes Best Wishes TeamDeserves

I Closed Tonight we're to the Game! .
Your gone "
Support :
Farm, Home & Auto Supply
,Western Auto Associate Store Winkler Electric Service c'I
Tenth and Temple Are.

Starke, Fla.


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her. 1954. Marie IL Freeman whose residenceand MID y.. 61 Drainage Duck ginning and
; ,
.VvyyyTyyyyTTTYTYYYYYYTYYYVYVYYVYYTTYTTTTTTTT1 (OFFICLL SEAL) Charles A. Darby address is unknown Left (Westerly) Station (B) The SWU of SW 4 of SWI4 end grees of, 20 curve 31 thence North 2 de-I 08 min., 2} sec. West 3" feet to the
D'tl min sec. West 7.25 end of said ditch centerline
As Clerk of said :
-;- of Section
CurL 3That 14, Township to the North
FARMER'S By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy J. H. Green, part of: : South, Range 22 East, 33 at boundary of said Section Containing 0.12 acres, more or less.
a point 2662
; : Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Building Bradford County, FloridaG. The NEJ of NW of Section lying Easterly of and within 50 from the feet Easterly IS OWNED BY: J. l Green a

I Jacksonville Florida. 26, Township 7 South, Range 22 feet of the survey line of State Road said Section 33 North"'es, corner of wldow.r.SlD .

Attya. for Flf. '/%{ 4 10/15 W. Hall East. 100. Section 2802, said survey line Containing 0.899
DIARY Pattka, Florida lying within 30 feet each side of being described as follows: exclusive of existing acres more or less \.. 100 Right Of Way

\OTICE -PPLC.\TIOX a ditch (entlrlne described as follows Begin on the South boundary of : way. road right of Parcel >.. 32
FOR Kva G. Halli'alatka : the North boun- Section 14, That Part of:
: ( Township 7 South. Range I IS OWNED BY: Lot ,
I Home 81 K.. 1862 Florida dary said Section 26 at a point 22 East at a point 8.3 feet East Kathryn Ensey. his Ensey and 11 2/5 acres in Southeast,.- -
:z-4t1 Te author will be glad U receive : Nut k-e is givn. that Luke 1792.3 feet East from the Northwest from the Southwest corner of said wife. ner of SEU of NWU ?tt t. 'I 1Township :

(. Interest concern.tM7)Ir De Sue the the following Kate H. Carter whose residenceand corner of said Section 26, run Section 14. run thence North de- I I South. flttg.2
; lJ ( II ii itenu certificates has filed said address in unknown thence South 1$ d.grtes. 35 min., 31 grees. 35 min., 31 sec..West I 24.7 That SRI) :0.of 36 IUcit Of Way East
Ins the activities of tenners in : certificates for a tax deed to be Issued sec. West 314.9 feet to the POINT feet to the West boundary of said I : ,lying on each side of and w.r In '
Suggestions thereon. The certificate numbers The unknown heirs, devisees, grantees of BEGINNING of said ditch centerline Section 14 at a point 20.6 feet The .AVK of "I South and feet of centerline of Stat
r Bradford may I
County. : and years of Issuance. the description and other claimant 6y, throughor ; run thence South 71 degrees. North from the Southwest corner Vest of G. $. & F. Railway j! Hie (formerly State Road 25) a, :"r 11

\ be left at Telegraph office or of the property, and the under F. Eugene. Heiberger, de 24 min., 29 sec. West 3S.2 feet; thereof thence continue North 18 I of Section IS, Township 8 South 'same exists (said centerline i.e.ug i

mailed to Sam McGarvey Lawtey name in which it was assessed are ceased. thence South 58 degrees 04 min., 29 :degrees, 35 min., 31 sec. West 5444.2 lying Range 22 East i!unchanged by Section 2S02 of sid
L as follows: 1"( West 160.8 feet to the end of [feet to the North boundary of Sec Northwesterly of and within State Road No. 100).
Certificate No. 43. Years of Issuance The unknown heirs, grantees devisees ,said ditch centerline; Containing ton 15, Township 7 South Range So feet of the survey line of State ,IS OWNED tY: Petitioner und.
t By Sam McGarvey 195%. and other claimants by throughor !0.21 acre. more or less. r East, at a point 908 feet East Road 100. Section 2802, said survey deed recorded in Deed Book 4:.,

Del'ripton of Property: Lot 3 of under Emma M. lleibergtr. Kate Also: DITCH RIGHT (EASTERLY) ,from the Northwest corner of the line being described as follows: II page 23 et seq of the current pm.lic .-

...........&..&.&..&..&..........&&&&' Acres SI. Sec. 21. T. H. Carter. Marie H. Freeman. Julia STATION S56--S3.9 of said Section 15, j Begin on the East boundary of Sec- records of Bradford County,
A&A&&A..... 6 S. H. 22 E. H. Forsythe also known as Julia That part of: liNE. 0.90 acre more or less It I ion 13. Township 8 South, ran e Florida and that the defendant Fred
Name in which assessed: H. H. Forsythe Holliday), Corday B. of :122 East at a point 'I has and maintains
to 'when she was all soaped up in a A The NW'4 of XWli of Section area in existing: road North 156.9 fe.t an encroachment -
time talking Heiberger from the
Had a pleasant Manassa.All and Louise IL Cerni. 23, Township 7 South, Range 22 of way. I of to-wit: a filling station
and Bertie Austin, who j shower bath, and Finnegan quit! of said property being in the IS OWNED BY: Charles A. Shelley said Section 1. thence run North.canopy thereon and claims title tu
J. C. (Jim) 1 got the scoundrel running County of Bradford State of Flor- The unknown heirs, devisees, grantees Eat and Fern E. Shelley, his wife. ?? .defrees' niin., 57 tc. West "said parcel 3%. and is made a de-
this week. They Ve finally and other claimants lying within 15 feet each side of a feet
came to see us by, throughor iUi.( to the beginning of a in order for petition

farmed for many years on their I again by installing new con- ida.Unless such certificate or certificates under Rune C Heiberger," de- ditch Commence centerline the described North a follows I Silo Xo. :Right Of Way concave to the Northeat havIng .r hndanheen( interest as the de-
on boundary
a radius
That of .
shall be redeemed accordingto part of fendant Fred
suction : S. Dodd
Road between I acts, and fixing the of said Section 23 at a point 8.3 ma> have
place on the Old Lake a law the property described in I The SEU of SE .. West of ex Northwesterly 4U.i feet along the therein.
and Kingsley Lake, ]ine. such certificate or certificates will Leila Newsom, feet East from the Northwest corner isting State Road 100 of Sec sid curve> through a central.I
Lawtey bidder at the Route 11, Box 449-B. InglewoodAve. of said Section 23; run thence tion angle of'a degrees. TAKE
be sold to the highest I 15, Township 7 South 17 nun. 41 sec. I NOTICE That a Declaration;
but 'about four years ago sold court house door on the first Monday ., South 18 degrees 35 min., 31 sec. i Range 22 East to the North boundary of said Sec-I of Taking has been filed in the

bought a place on Lake Still mad from pump troubles, in month of November 1954, Jacksonville, Florida East 621.9 feet to the POINT c.nterI OF I lying West of and within 50 feet of I.(ion 13 at a point .. feet East !above styled cause. by the petr inn-
and BEGINNING of said ditch :
iteasy tried to start the car, and old which Is the 1st day of November, the survey line of State Road 100. |Ifrom the Nortbwts corner thereof er, the acquiring authority of :h.e
we North
taking thence degrees, I
where they are Barbara Vidak In.; run Section 2802 Containing: .
1934. said line proceeding, of the
Geneva, survey being a're. more or less. taking vi the
cost us 29 East 6tO feet
That ( to the
After a lifetime of Nellie wud't go. Dated this 29 day of September. Box 547, Verona Pennsylvania. stc. described as follows: exclusive of area is existing road above d.scribt lands for the pur-
now. end of said ditch centerline
and a voltage regulator, 1954. ; Begin on the South boundary of right of wav.IS ,pose in the in
hard work his main objective: now a battery (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Container Corporation of America, Containing 0.38 acres more or less. Section 21, Township 7 South. Range OWNED "BY: Emma M. Heiber- this cause, vli: right of p.tltlHn way. drainage

catch a. big fish, which he as well as a lot of trouble getting Clerk of Circui Court of Bradford Fernandina Beach, Florida IS OWNED PY: Container Corpora- 22 East, at a point 1792.2 feet East ger. Margaret HBrewster.. Louise ] ditches, borrow pis. borrow pit
to tion of
is but It it going before was working ,I Florida. America from the Southwest corner of saidSection H. (rnl, Corday B ltiberger. Ju- i drains and haul road f.r a portion
has hooked several times, a 10/1 4 10/22 R Willis Rivers. I 23. thence run North IX degrees -Ila Forsythe ( as of State Road No. in Bradford
the line and escaped. again. ,By now, we were waiting ,i Box 67. Keystone Heights, Florida SRD \.. S Right Of War 35 min., 3 sec. West 5740.5 jlia H. Forsythe Holliday), Marie JU-I County. Florida. 10.that om -tIthe

has broken.> grimly for something else to go NOTICE TO APPEAR That part of: 'feet to the boundary of said (Jreeman. Kate H. Carttr. and I I Judges of the Circuit Court in
I. Clrrait C..rt. Bradford Co...", Lura Rivers. A parcel of land In the NWi4 of Section 21 at a point 8.3 feet East :i unknown heirs devisees, grantees the Eighth Judicial of

Sold some field peas on the new laywire. I Florida: !. rhaarery.Attilio Box 67. Keystone heights Florida S.E. Section 33. Township 6 South'Range from the Northwest corner thereof, ,and other claimants by, through or I Florida will on the 1lh Circui>. of

which Is SS"Fire" Sega, Plaintf. n. Alice C. 22 East described a fol- thence continue North 1 degrees, I under F. Eugene H iberger, and the October. A.D., U51 at : O o ,-lork
Jacksonville Market, the and Sega Town of Keystone Heights, lows, : Begin 1' feet west ofKorthest 35 min.. 3 sec. West feet to unknown heirs grantees, I In the th.r f. in
managed by Fred Moore of Law yelled boys, Case No. 19-695 Keystone Heights. FloridaD. of said NW<4 of the Wet boundary of Section 14 and claimants by, through d.vlee or I Court Chambers in AlacMia (1r'UI

that his outfit Alice quit wording in the kitchen \atlee T. AppearTo UEVi; thence run West 161 feetto Township 7 South Range 22 East, oth.r M. Heiberger. Kate H. 'Court House at Gainesville. Florid&
tey. Fred told us running. The : Alice C. Sega whose residenceand O. Stewart. the East right of way line of' at a point 20.6 feet North from the I Carter Marie H. Freeman. Julia H. consider said Declaration

really wants the farmer's business, I garden and came address is New Preston Con- Keystone Heights, Florida existing State Road 190; thence Southwest corner of said Section I i Forsythe, also known as Julia H. ing appoint appraisers and make

to do 'deep freeze was on fire, at the nectcut. Southeasterly 368 feet along said 14. thence continue North 18 d.grees. IForsytbe Holliday. Corday B. Hei- such order as the Cour deems
and that they are Alice shut off the hereby notified that a Camille P. Stewart. East right of way line; thence 35 min., 31 sec. West 5444.2 feet to berger and Louise H. Cerni. and all proper. AU parties suit and
everything they can to give hima motor cord, and suit for Keystone Heights, Florida North 329 feet to the Point of be the North boundary of Section 15, 'I'|unknown and other all parties interested may appear

have a 'current, to put out the fire, and Divorce and ratification of ginning.ling Township 7 South Range 22 East, claimants h.irs.by through de'i.e under and be heard at the time and place
Well or
they Lot En
square deal. stipulationhas &ey. Easterly of and within 50 at a point 908 feet East from the Rune designated.You .
man. C. Heiberger
word for. a repair 60* New deceased.
fine place there with plenty of gent been filed against you In the Hampshlr. Arende, fe.t of the survey line of State Tloafl Northwest corner of the NEU\ of

other advantages. Finally, the freezer was repaired.and above named Court and cause and Roanoke Virginia 100, Section 2302 said survey line said Section 15.Containing SliD .9 Dralaane Eaaeateat and each of you, are here
lots of e commanded
rom at each you are required to serve a copy of being described as follows: Beginon 0.55 acre, more or les.exclush.e LEFT by to appear by filingan
looking (
:And we do believe that Fred i we just sat i your answer or pleading to the Kathryn Ensey, the South boundary of Section of area in existing road !DITCl 410 WESTEHLY STA- answer to the petition hereto
608 New fore filed In this in the
"What's next! Hampshire Avenue, 6 South 22 cause entitled -
the farmer getting other, as i t say, complaint on the Plaintiffs 33. Township range right of way. That part of: .
Roanoke before tht 12th
Interested 8. VirginiaJ. 312.7 West court on or
i 0 Attorney Hon. Gerald P. hart East at a point IS OWNED BY: Barbara Vidak.SRD The N j of a tract of land described day of 1954. to show
from the Southeast corner of said S Nov.mber.
20! Smith Jacksonville
good prices. We took a ride out the new Florida Building V. Johnson Section 33; thence run North 25 de :0. 27 flight Of Way as follows: "The NWU\ what right, tte. intere.it. or liens
I Route 1, Box of NEU, of State Road or have in and to
64-A Starke any
Fla. grees. 49 min.. 31 sec. West 4900.15 That part : w.s YOI.
J Well and file the original In the office
to the Flowing 28 (now of Section 15, described lands
Looks like the old station wagon Rosier Road I'of the Clerk of the Circuit Court 'on feet to the beginning of a curve (A) The WU of NWU and the I'any of the above
Nellie Belle) bridge looking for trees or shrubs. 'or before the- Martha Johnson, concave to the Northeast, having a SW% of Section 23, Town- Township 7 Soth. Range 22 'I and show cause why II."me
(Robert named it i Route 1, Box Florida LESS the North 420 feet should not be taken for "
missed flowing I 25 day of October, 1954; 64-A Starke. radius of 2864.79 feet; thence ship 7 South, Range 22 East, Ia.t. I. !
to be like the old "One We mighted have the j Northwesterly 1174.17 feet along and th.reof", and purposes set forth in the i- 1:1-
otherwise the allegations of said
rig the wrote about, well, but for a meeting with Complaint will be taken as confessed Stephen G. Denmark and Seeber M. the arc of said curve, through a cential (B) The NEU of NWU of Sec- lying within 10 feet each side of I tion filed herein.
poet Denmark, a Executors of the Last a ditch centerline described as follows and Ih, ... !
Hre Shay out by : angle of 23 degr..s. 29 rain., 26. Township 7 South; WiTNESS my hand .
for but then Quince Rosier, who was you. Will and Testament of John H. ton : Commence on the Northboundary : this 7th da of
years I This notice shall be published t the end of curve; thence North 2 East, of said Court on >
whc'suddenly collapsed in a heap.We're rounding up his cattle. He pite I once each week for four consecutive Denmark deceased. 2 degrees. 20 min., 31 sec. West 7.25 {11)'ing each side of and within 50 (:908 feet East of said Section 15 a point :1 October A.D.. 1954.
1 of the Northwest corner -
well "weeks in the Bradford County Tele- feet to the North boundary of said I feet of the survey line of State : OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A I I'arl.v
Fred S.
and more trouble out the flowing Dodd of of said Section 15; run .
having more Section 33 at a point 2662 feet Easterly I Road 100. Section 2802. said survey'line NE" I I
vandals Bradford County Florida thence 18 degrees 35 min., 31sec. ,! Clerk of Circuit Court of IiadI -
with the old gal, the latest a longer flows, due to some Dated this 2! day of Sept.. 1954. from the Northwest corner of being described a! follows: East 684 feet to the OF i ford County Florida.
I said Section 33 containing 0.07 acre. Begin on the South boundary of PINT I|I
now it consists (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .
Harold Pearce saw it up; right Mill >u. 4711 It IK lit Of BEGINNING '' ,
tire, which lugging Clerk of the Circuit Court Way more or less exclusive of area in Section 26, Township 7 South Range of said di.'h 'Hollis V. Knigh. County Attorney
us fat fixing and jumped over the of only a little pool of water ICy Marian Crosby. Deputy Clerk That W part. of of: existing road right of way. 22 Eat at a point 1720 feet Westof line; run thence Sluth degrees Starke Florida 10 S 4t !J 29That's
1 NWli of Section
feet from the bridge. 9/24 10/15 1 IS OWNED BY: Jacob Rech, Jr., and the.Southeast corner of said 1-
and about 75 I Township 8
fence and the rr tracks helped i South, Range Anna Rech, his wife. Section 26, thenl.t run North IS degrees -'

'1$. We certainly appreciated his The Rosiers have about 100 headof I NOTICE TO APPEAR lying East.withing :5 min., 31 sec. West 5647.8
100 feet each side of SRI) % Right Of Way feet the North boundary of aid
of u. to Business
We saw a couple r
thoughtfulness. sheep. I. Circuit ( art. Bradford Cannty, survey line of State Road
100 That part of; I Section 26 at a point 1 il .: feet East
lambs that were on a bottle. Florida! I. Cha.eerr.Sylvan ton 2802. from the South line of of NE'West of
.I. raie Katske. Plaintiff, vs. Ger- The NEU \ existing of the Northwest corner thereof We Have !
.N4 of NW'/4 of Section 12. State Road 100 and Eat thence continue North 18 degrees, sii I I's Glass It

We reversed the gangs of our trude Katske Deendant. No. to within Station 50 129 plus 00, and lying of old graded road, of Seton I 35 min., 31 sec. West 5740.5 f.t tn -Gas WRITE or VISIT

harrow and used The mockingbirds are singing 10-61 feet each side said survey 4, Township 7 South, the North boundary of Section3..
tush-and-bog Xotloe T
Appears line
to bed up with. Then we put out i again now, and it is the sweetest To: Gertrude Katkehose residence the North from line of Station said NV'129 plus. of NW 00 to. lying East.westerly of and within 50 I at Township a point 7 8.3 South feet Range East 22 of Eat tin Glass Co.FOR
and address j : 5420 15th of I Peters
Section Joe
we've heard. Sometimes 12, said line ,
550 Ibs. of 4-7-5 in the beds music ever Avenue. New York. described survey being feet of the survey line of State Road Northwest corner thereof. .
as I
abut -will perch in a tree Brookl'n pa""lng.fr and across 100. 202; said survey line Containing 5.50 al'r. more or Ie".
one .You notified nat a Se.ton
end boarde off for our berry NWV4 of said Section 1 a follows being as follows: Beginon exclull.e of area in existing load ANY GLASS NEED
and suit for
and whistle :
nearby and sing, Pvgmning on t1 linASWI the North boundary of Section
: the same time we ? way.
go Divorce
patc ,4 garden foi' trill, as i to say, "If you think you are required to serve a copy of of point 1329.37, of said feet Section South of 12 .it a 4, Township 7 South, Range 22 East Al minerals including oil and fa-. We Design Modern Store Fonts
ready I
Northwest West from theSorthest under said land h.
te ktchen at a point feet in and are r.-
did was wait your answer or pleading to the corner of said :12.1 Just Mail Us A Pattern
planting. what I just good I the Plaintiff i Section 12. said I of said Section 4; I by reserved unto the party of the
complaint on
until you hear this." And then Attorney T. Frank Landrum, i I point being describfl as Station lit thence run South 23 degrees. 4 i i first part its successors and a.--iKii. Table Tops
plus !
S th"nt.1 North 32 degrees min.. :31 sec. East 720.2 feet to |but as long as the land herein described -
he launches into a song which by Starke. Florida ,[! 09 min., 18 sec. East 1029.75 East boundary of said Section 4 at i shall be used for State or Fla. Phone 2-4353
:fer.a.few heavy rains, we got contrast makes all other songsters has above been named filed Court against and you cause In and the I'I feet to said Station 12!$ plus 00, a point 645.9 feet South from the I Federal public highway purposes I 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, -

thence continue North 32 degrees. said Section 4 said land will not I
of surface of
for setting out berries and file the original In tbe office of Northeast corner : the
sound like crows. I'09 min.. 18 s.c. East 363.7 thence continue South 25 degrees be used for drilling, mining or ex- i I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
8 we grabbed a "prong" hoe and 55' or before the feet. to the beginning of 1 curve 49 min.. 31 sec. East 945.3 feet trading minerals on, in or under " '

went to work taking up "wringouts" snake blocked Alice's 25 day of October 1954; I c. icave to the \Ve.st.. having a ra- :the South line of the NWV4 of NWi said land nor any use made of the I

out of the grass. I was path A gopher the other day. Alice didn't otherwise Jomplaint the will allegations be taken of confessed said-Idius.] Northerly of 2864.79 along feet said thence curve 340.9 run of Range Section 22 East 3. Township at a point 7 914.5 south feet, 'I surface State of or said' land. highway inconsistentwith pur :: :

mighty slow work, for the old a feet through central. angle of 6 West of the Southeast corner of said \
we'd I INW'I
kill it because by
to you. i
;want hear |degrees, 49 min., 03 poses.IS
This notice shall be published !fl' to the North I of NWi* of Section 3; containIng I By: Container Corporation 'j'i'I'i' ;
plants are tangled up, and off" us 'line of NW of NW% of said Secjtion :
nee I that they "run poison once eacn week for four consecutive; 4 0.21 acre, more or less exclusive of America.
taken apart carefully. They which 12 at a point 909.4 feet East of in existing road right I !
t b snakes and we did find one weeks in the Bradford County Tele- > area
I from Northwest corner of said Section ;
do not have as many white roots graph I of way. MIl :\o. '- Right Of Way 3\
but 12
had kie a moccasin, i Dated this 22 day of Sept., 1954. containing 5.7 acres moreor IS OWNED IY: G. F. Odom and part of:

as we would like, but we figure wouldn't let her pass. spit and OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby' I.ss.OWNED. Gladys Odom, his wife.lU The Eat 200 feet of the NVisof 'I/1
have Clerk of the Circuit Court BY: J. V. Johnson and NW 4 of SEU\ of Section 13.
that we to get some out ,
his head. and waved his wife Martha Johnson.SiU .
Township 8 South 22 :
lunge By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk \o. X Right Of Way Iang.
anyway. The few thousand we but would not retreat. Alice 9/24 4 10/15 Xo. 4* Hl-fct Of Way The NEi of NE'i. LESS the East
nave out far at tai of of existing State lying withing 50 feet of the sun..ylne : PAY DAY LOANS
so are living least banged at him finally with a, IThat part : parcel West of State Road 100 Section 2802. :
NOTICE OF } ELECTION SE% of of Section 11. Road 100 and East of old graded -
. ,II! S prong hoe. and when i became I, J. H. Wainwright. Mayor of Township NII. Hang 22 I road, of Section 4. Township :follows"un.l)' line being described f

Starke by vitrue of the I East. 7 South, Range 22 East :
come in a heap, some imbedded in the sod, and she! J'lorida. I
Tubes authority in me by law. do lying within 100 feet each side of each side of and within 50 Begin on the East boundary of Section -

Frt Finnegan decided couldn't free it she got a hoe! hereby cl a special run-off election -1[survey line of State Road lOi, Section ling of the survey line of State 13. Township 8 South, Iang. I

that he worked long enoughfor and whacked away at Mr. Copher. to held at the City Hall in 2802 from the West right of Road 100. Section 2802; said survey 22 East at a point 1456.97 feet
hd the aforesaid city by the qualified way line of G. S. and F. Railroad on ine beging described as follows: North from the Southeast corner of
a spell, so he burned up his Snake. She tossed him in the: voters on Tuesday October 1954. the North to Station 10? plus 50 I Begin on the East boundary of Sec said Section 1. thence run North $25 TO $300

and got something ditch for but later saw him I for the purpose of electing .S. fol- and -within 50 feet each side of said ton 4, Township 7 South. Range 22 55 degrees, min.. 57 sec. West
ttat pits dead lowing officer: sflrvey line from Station 108 plus !t, at a point 645.9 feet South 5847.75 feet to the beginning of acurve I
lodged windpipe. The result streche the bank, as ONE ALDERMAN FOR TWO YEARS 50 to the South line of said SEU of from the Northeast corner of said concave to the Xortb.ast.

was that Off-Again ad pert could be. Now if that: Inspetorl of said election: NE'i of Section 11, said survey lnebeing Section 4; thence run North 25 de- having a radius of 2864.79 feet; I
On.Agai a Ruth Broadway described as passing over grees. 49 min., 31 sec. West 720.2 thence Northwesterly 414.73 feet *
Finnegan lived up to h name by fool snake has learned a lesson,,I A. 1 Crosby, Jr. across EH of EI of said Section feet to the North boundary of said along the arc of said curve througha > Prompt -- Courteous -

Working, then quitting, until Alice he'll stay out of the path, especially T. Long* II as follows: Beginning on the Section 4 at a point 312.7 feet West central angle of 8 degrees 17 mm. Ii Confidential Service
Robert G. Green East line of NEH of Section 11 ata from the Northeast corner thereof; 41 sec. to the North boundary of

abut blew her fuses. She did, when Alice i around. -IT-_ f-. -Rrnvrn.--- point 1529.37: feet South on Northeast thence continue North 25_ degrees.. said- ___ Sent_nun ion 12 n at_. a_ nolnt r--- _ISO nn_4_*
In testimonywhereof, I hereunto corner of said Section U, at a 49 min., 31 .ec. west znzs& ten to feet East from the Northwest cor-
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Issued within (0 days or the date subscribe my name and cause the point designated as Station lit plus the West I,.. of the NE4. of ?E'i. ner thereof

Office .( ike Stale R... D*.artaieBt for receiving bids. Certified becl seal of the City to be hereunto af"ixed. 't.5. thence run South 32 degrees, of Section S3. Township 6 South. Containing 0.17 acre, more or less, MARION FINANCE COMPANY j

Talahane. Fla. shall have the necessary this list day of September.A.D. 09 min., 18 sec. West 509..: feet to Range 22 East, at a point 54Z.3 tort exclusive of area in existing road
1 f I 1954 Florida's Documentary Stamps at- 19i4. the beginning of a curve concave I South of the Northwest corner of right of way. I

COXSTHl'CTIO\ PROGRAM tached. (OI'FICIAL SEAL) to the easterly, having a radius of2S64.79 said NE14 of SE14: containing 0.2S IS OWNED BY: R. Willis Rivers and I EMERGENCY CALL
Sealed bids will be received at The name of the blddei and the MAYORATTEST feet thence run Southwesterly more or 1.s. exclusito->f areaIn Laura Rivers his wife. COLLEC
Orange Court Hot.1 Orange Florida applicable Project Number should : along said curve feet a're.exixtir.g: road right sf way. PHONE 5333 -
from unui [ shown on the check or draf. 510.5 Williamson SHD >.. 40 Might Of Way Gainevie
b Carl Johns. City Clerk. through a central angle degrees IS OWNED BY: Esther R. -
19:30 A.M. (K.S.T.) on the 19th day Al with work Plans Is to Specifications be done and- 9/24 5t 10/22 I 13 min. to said Station 108 single. That part of: = Or write P. 0. Box 446, 218 W. Unireraity Aye.Gainesville. .

of October 1954. for constru'cton of Special Provisions of the State Road plus 50. th.nt continue along said The SWU of SWU\ of SWU of t'. Fla.AALALAAALALALAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
the following Department. Special attention Is I. The Clrralt t"rart Of The Elc'.I I curve in a Southerly and Southeasterly SRI \.. 1 Rlcht Of Way Section 36, Township 7 South .
lltate Project Job >. : 8-1S. called to "Notice te Qualified (Con Judicial Cirrall. Of Florida direction 3204.37 feet That part of: Range 22 East &
Streets in Lawtey, Bradford County.On tractors" and any Special Provisions K.r Bradford (. .t, through a central angle of 64 degrees. The NWof\ sE'i, West of State lying each side of and within 50 I
Adams Str.e from Grove St. toSR contained In the Proposal Form. BRADFORD COUNTY FLRDA. 03 min.. 15 sec to the East Road 2S (100)), of Section 10 feet of the lun.ey line of State Road
200, on Middleburg Road from Plans and/or Proposal Forms will a political line of SElf of NE'4 of said Section Township 7 South Range 22 100 Section 2802, said survey line I

SR 204 to Canal Street. on Grove be furnished to Qualified Contractor State of }'lorid3 11, at a point 1S feet North of East, being described as follows: I IBegin
Street from Lake Street to Adams upon application to this office I'ettoner. Southeast said Section 11. lying westerly of and within 50 on the South boundary of the
Street on Park Street from Madison for the sum of $25.00 per set. Extra vs. containing 5 acres more or less. feet of the survey line of State Road NWU of Section 1. Township a I

to Adama Street*and on Canal sets of Plans may be purchased for D.Umn.11 et al. l IS OWNED BY: Stephen G. Denmark 100. Section 2802; said survey line I South Range 22 East, at a point 1
Street from Kingsley Avenue to 00 set Plans with or without Defendants. SS2.S feet '
$10 per and Seeber Denmark as described a follows: Beginning East from the Southwest
11 being !
Middleburg Road. Work consists of Special Provisions may be pur- Case No. 8019 Executors of the and Test- on the South line of NE'4 of : corner of said NWU of Section HUNDREDSof
light excavation: ; Limerock Sta- chased by fabricators for $10.00 per ament of John Denmark de- section 15 Township 7 South Range thence run North M degrees ",I'
bilued Base with Type 2 SurfaceTreatment set. NO REFUND WILL BE MADE NOTICE OF HI LK NISI ceased. I 22 East a point 433.7 feet Easterly '! min., 11 lfT.'t"t 'W.Sii' feet. to :]
; Items FOR EXT DOMAINPROCEEDiNGS from the Southwest corner of i I the West boundary of said Section '
The length of- the job is 1.25 miles. CHARGES FOR PLANS AND PROPAL : SRI >.. 50 Right Of Way SE'i; of NEi4 of said Section 15. runthence I II at a point 54.44 feet South from !, of details are and economically -

A Proposed Guaranty in the amount FORMS. IN THE NAME AND BY TIE AU- That part of: North 18 degrees, 33 min., 31 the Northwest corner of said Se< manage
of $900.00 wi be require. Forms will received not be Issued least THOKITY OF Tit: OFFLOKIDA E 4 of SE'i of Section 11, Town- SeC.Vmst 2791.3 feet to the North I lion 1: thence continue X..rth I li attended a trained and

lt.e Pr ) .. J.1 1. 2SOO-17S. 24 unless hours request prior to is opening bids.at ship S South, Range 22 at.SW' line of said Section 1$, South line degrees, 58 min.. 1 sec. We-t 57.1 careful organization can attend when
Road No. --O. Bradford TO ALL WHUl IT MAY CONCERN of SW\. of Section 12. of Section 10. Township 7 South. feet to the North of .dion .
The right la reserved to reject I In.
County. From a point on SR SflSapproximately anyor AND and I the need for is at
all bids.STATE IItr"ons par Township 8 South Range 22 Iangt 22 East) at a point 908.0 feet Township 8 22 EaM urgent serving
midway between ROAD DEPARTMENT OF lies having or claiming any East easterly from the Southwe corner at a point 17.7 feet West from th'Nrtheast | hand.
Starke and 1 la i ford northeasterly FLORIDA title. interest, estate rigbt'l lying each side of and within 5' (.f S" ',. of said Section 10. continuethence corner of said Section 2. j
approximately :%H miles to SR 16. Cecil M. Webb. Chairman other lien to or on those ctrU.n feet of survey ln. of State Road North 18 degrees 35 min.. 31 thence continue North 18 dtgrtt". I

Work consists of medium exa.aton U. T. Gupton. 4n.el of land situate in I 100. Section SUf..y In. sec West 551.3 feet to the NorthIle 38 min.. 11 sec. West 2X02.82 feet to
; Limerock Stabilized Base with State Highway Engineer. County. Florida and hereinafter described 'being described as passing of said Section 10 at a point 'a point; thence North 18 degrees, DeWITT C. JONESPhone
2 Surface Treatment; and Incidental 10/3 2t 10/15 and the following persons and across EU' of E1- of Section 11 828.7 feet Westerly from the Northeast 35 min.. 31 sec. West 2797.9S feel to

Items. The length of the together with all unknown persons :;and SWU\ of SW\4 of SW14 of Section c-orner of NW<, of said Section Ihe North boundary of Section 35. 7 Starke, FUu

Job Is 2.294 miles. A Proposed I.i Clrralt C.mrt. Bradford c..t,.' claiming by, through or under 12, as follows: Beginning on 10. Township 7 South, Range 22 East, p ,.._. .
Guaranty in the amount of $:.OOO.OI FUrldai !. Chaarery.Carolyn known persons who are dead or who I I the East line of NE'4 of said Sec- Containing 0.55 acre more or less at a point 1720 feet West from the II

.Will be required. Young. Plaintiff vs. Jos- are not known to be dead or alive: (ion 11 at a point 1520.37 feet Southf exclusive of area in existing road Northeast corner of said Section 35

The terms (U "light excavation." eph E Young Sr.. Pefedant. I Xortheas corner of said Section I right of way. Containing 0.04 acre more or less, Funeral Director Ambulance Service
<2) 'medium excavation and (3) Case No. 10-696 Jacob Rech Jr.. I 11. @ run outh 32 degrees.! 09 IS OWNED by: Edwin H. Reagan and txcuh.. of area in existing road ,

'heavy excavaton", as used hereinabove (1)- Order Of PahlleatUB Ami X.tl" '!. fox 13. Starke. Florida min.. 18 sec. West 509.42 feet to thebeginning Cleone n aga/. his wife. way. O load funeral home enable .t offer convenience* sag

Appear; State Of Flel'a Tot of a (Uf'e concave to the I IS OWNED BY: The Town of Keystone -
than *000 'u. mile service
Jes 8000 to 15.000 'u.Yds Yds.per per mile Joseph E. Young. Sr., whose resIdence Anna Hoi 13.Rech Starke, Florida Easterly having a radius of %864.1 MUo.. 14 1111. Of Way H.lghts. a Florida municipal otnerwltt &vbe I
and address is Port Jefferson feet. thence i corporation.
Cu. Yds. : run Southwesterly
and S than 15,000 of
( ) more That part :
mile.A Long Island New York. Southerly and Southeasterly along The NWI of SE.,. East of _s.t_rssssflssssssspsrr.rs-ss-s I rrs r ins tsr s-i-
per Guaranty consisting of You are required to appear on t;. F.Box OQI aid curve 3715.2 feet through a (AI State Road 2* (100). of Section 'I I SRI \.. .:- 11'. Of Way I

Proposal a check, cashiers October 25. 1954. in the above named Starkto Florida central angle of 74 degrees. IX min.. 10 Township 7 South. That part of: We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices,
Court and 15 of SEt ofSE'4 I N'- of NWU of SEI,, LESS 6 &
check trust cause. wherein sec. to the East line and
company 22 ;
check or bank of any tr.asurer'l seeks l'orce.Braford plal.tf Gladys Odora, of said Section 11. at a point Range small triangle alt. of landin acres on the East side and the accept AM life insurance policy fin force, luied by A

al or state draf. II the naton- County Telegraph shall I Box 563, Starke Floridafarmers 16 feet North of Southeast corner I (C"A the junction of right of I[ South 160 feet of Sei-tion 15.:! company, as payment 1 part or 1 full on a

stated above. mad payable to the Order in next four '. ___ said Seton 11, thence contnueSuthwe"I"ly ? .?,,. ,,r .vrato,_ load_ 28 hOOt : !Township 8 South., Range 22
Chairman of th State Road Department weekly issues. & Aifcrcoanis Leaa along i said curve V' sand n n !St. "J"U carries no obligation.
and graded
must accompany each bid., Wln.s my hand and official seal : Moiuiccllo. Florida a central angle Road a in the North .dgt count..f ; lying Southerly of and \\tihin.M i ._rspsflssssssrssss5 rrsrssrrsssr.-ss .rrt
AU checks or drafts shall have been i I a Stark. Florida this 22 SeptemSewingilachine i of 4 degrees. 37 min.. 03 sec. to the SW*. of SE4 of Section feet of the survey line of State I
i Either Williamson, Road 1)0. Section 2802. said -
South lure of S\V of SW' of SWi4 T South. Mirex .
Nrw Orleans Lul@ian flange 22 East at a point 10.4' 2 Eat.1)'lng of and within !' Begin on the East boundary n S.'tinn .,'

feet of Southwest (.orn.r line of State Road 1. Township 8 South Range
Michael Dew whose residence and said Est. 12. containing 6.6 acres, feet of Section the survey 2S02, said survey line 22 at a point 1456 !'7 fet tI BEST RATES IN TOWN I

..'ulrr.-s is unknowaI..Q. more or less. 100 described as follows: i I,i North from the Southeast < .iner "f

IS OWNED BY: G. W. Hall and Eva being the South line of NE, said Section 13. them-e run N"ith
) Dew. whose residence and aditift. (I. Hall, his wife. Beginning on Township i .south. | 55 degrees, 03 min, 37 sec \\V-t RepresentingAmerica's !
i! unknown I uf Section 15. 4S3.4 feet I 15847.75 feet to the beginning of a ,
at a point
22 East
Mtlu.. : Hight Of \Vay Range. corner I curve concave to the Xurh.a"t,
Kihvin H. : Easterly from the Southwest having a radius of 3Mj4.7.! I Mutual Ins. I
reag That part of: I < of NE'i of said Section r.O Largest
I Out: 1. Florida : of PE 4 : 4147:: feet Companies
Bx 14. ttake, A parcel of land in the NEVi of ] thence North I* degrees. thence Northwesterly .
SEH of Section 15. Township 15 run feet to along the arc of said curve. :hlllgha
i'It-one Reagan 7 South Range 22 East, described 3a min.. 31 sec. of said i13 n. central angle of 8 degrees. 17 nun. COMPARE THESE SAVINGS

'Uoutr 1. Lx 144. Starke, Florid as follows: Degin at pointof the South North line line of Section 10.. Township 41 setto the North hounron of I
West ( said Section 13 .at a point li.4'J fee
intersection of the 22 East at a
Theron H Moore right of way line of State RoadS T South. Range Easterly from the East from the Northwest > '.ruer i AUTOMOBILE 10 20( ;

: K<>ute 1, Box 345 Starke, Florida 2 (now 100) with the South point 90S.O feet of SElf of said thereof.Containing.

Operators line of said NEW. of SEV4; Southwest corner continue thence North {! 0.035 acres more IT le,? FIRE on DWELLING 20; i
t ii'age VirgInia )[ore.lout. thence run Northerly 96 feet Section J5 min. Jl sec. West ''exclusive of existing road right of I

Bx 345 Starke, Florida .along said right of way line; I 1 degees.to the North. line of said j way on BUSINESS 15(<
thence Southwesterly-22S feet. I 55&.3 ree 8S. feet IS ( .NED BY: D. O. t"Wlr and FIE I
[ Experienced & Unexperienced Charles A. Shelley thence Easterly 249 feet to the a the Northeast corner Camille P. Stewart his "'f. '
Route 1. Box 7D. Stake Florida Point of Beginning, I Westerly from of said Section 10. i 35 i
within 50 feet of X\\'l. SRI \.. Right Of Way
lying of and more or less.exclusive 41 I
0.550 acres
Fern E. Shelley Road Containing That part of: GARAGE LIABILITY 35" I
18 THRU 35 of the survey line of State of existing road right of -
I AGE Route 1, Box "-D. Stark Florida 100, .ction 2S02, said survey line NW14 of NEof Section 33.

being described as follows: way. Theron E. Moore and Township 6 South. Range. 22
Emma. M. Heiberger I Begin on the East boundary of Sec IS OWNED by: Moore. East. LESS 6 acres in the Northeast More
tIay Benefits Include Group Life Hospital Jacksonville, Florida IS Township 7 South. Range wife Page Virginia corner Why Pay
& ton at a point 163 feet North lying each side of and within 59
.Insurance, Paid Vacations and Other Margaret H. Brewster. Eat Southeast corner of said SRD N.:- Rlf t Of Way feet of the survey line of State

Jacksonville, Florida Section 15 thence -un North is degrees That part of Road 190. Section 2802. said survey -I 0

I APPLY AT OUR OFFICE I 35 31 sec. West 5444 2 (A) A parcel of land in theE line beging described as follows:
Louise H. Cerni. feet to 1,1n boundary of said of the SEV4 of Section U, Begin on the South boundary of

t 10th & CHURCH STREETS 760 West Los Ola Eh'd Section 15 at a point SOS feet East Township 7 South Range. 22 Section 33. Township 6 South Range Cotad
_. Fort Lauderdale, from the corner of the East described as: Beginningat 22 Eat at a point 312.7 feet West

Corday P. Heibergtr124J -- Containing NEi4 of sid. SttOI 15.more or less SU the of Northeast NE14 of NFS corne of SEU of Section 3.Southeast thence run corner North of 25 said de-

Manufacturing Co. (or 14IJ Williams Street. exclusive of area acr.in existing road of said Section 1$. run thence gr.e. min., 31 sec. West 4900.15 CONNER Bros. Insurance Agency

DA Norfolk, Virginia right of way. West Ui.8 feet to the East feet to the beginning of a curve
BG IS OWNED BY: Leila Newsom and right ln.of existing concave to the Northeast, having a

Starke Julia H. Forsythe (also known as the unknown heirs at law crant.e. State Road 10. Southeasterly radius of 2864.79 feet thence Northwesterly 129 W. Call St. phone 285h
said 1174.17 feet along the arc
F Julia H. Foreythe Holliday). dn.iue1 and other claimants claiming I %%1 along
SJO Bond Avenue by uider or against East right way thence North of said curve, through a .entrl angle -
Hamilton. Ohio i I Cecil Pafuse through, decse. 2096 feet to the Point of Be of 23 degrees. 29 min. to the -

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