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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 22, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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I -. STARKE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 22, 1954 NUMBER, .FIFTEEN
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Housing Projects. Hear Completion I City Council Faces Problems On Water!.STREET PAVING GETS UNDERWAY%. :,,' Acting Gov. Johns Will Speak Monday




..-", ..'...:". .-.;' ,0'", ; And Sewer Lines, Funds, And Paving : -,' -. .. .. ",:,-vr !i,At Hospital Ground Breaking Ceremony


Of' I ; i i Ground breaking ceremonies for ner who will serve as master of

'f., : _, Starke's City Council felt the State Road Department that sev- (the Bradford County Hospital will I ceremonies.

'; ; >ressure of the city's widespread eral buildings will have to be ': but construction -
; I.I I i: :: be held Monday morning Construction materials,began
4 : i arriving -
in the right-of-
>; ; .- : --- 'growing pains" at the Council moved which are I' on the new hospital is at the hospital site last
neeting Tuesday night, and took way of street paving. Most of the L : formality. The contractor -I
.";) 4r II II.i not waiting on !week, and Walter Mulbry Jr., president

;everal steps to ease some of the buildings are in the Reno area. 1 was on the job early this of Mulbry. Inc., of New Smyr.

lLLL- II:rouble spots. City Clerk Johns was instructedto Wt_) L _. ; -.. ,. I week, and the building will have I!ma Beach, was on the job Monday
1. seek bids from several house \ -
Both W. C. Demetree and Joseph. I a full wsek's work behind it be- ,morning starting things rolling. The

& . '- [0 Warren, owners of Starke's two i moving concerns. jfore it gets its official sendoff. hospital will probably be completedsome
( A. J. Thomas Sr. and T. T '
.. .... """ jl I new housing developments appeared I II Acting Gov. Charley E. Johns time next summer.
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Long, representatives property address at
_ -t t ":':' -. :ititi.:'" :;. ;.:..,;. -:;. .L" .. : I before the Council to request will deliver the major The hospital is located across
... Clark st. appeared 10:30
.... '- ".i .. owners along J the ceremony beginning at
and
on water fro' the
:: ; I a speed-up a Florida Power and
'k- -,'" IJ before the Council that will be Light
to
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< :' !ia.m. Monday
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storm sewers be installed along introduced by Rep. Doyle E. Con-
Pictured above I b the "Model Home" at the Pinehavea subdivision \.Both have houses near completion, Clark St to help in taking off L_: I Other guests. at the ground

In Starke. The subdivision has 10 houses nearly finished except for J j and they are being held up until water that collects in a ditch there. Ten Year Old breaking will be Mulbry, contractor -

they can be hooked up with sewer : Sanford W. Goin Gainesville,
sewer and water hook-ups. I The city turned the problemof
and'water lines. architect; and R. E. Edmondson,
renaming several Starke streets
II
Ij The City Council agreed to hire over to the Zoning Commission. Hit As Car Gainesville, hospital consultant.

I another contractor to lay water Surveyor M. G. McMillian broughtup .. Local hospital board membersare

j line and probably additional sewer the question of several street .J. Strikes BicycleA Charles Hardy, chairman;
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line A Jacksonville firm has duplications in the city when he Hewlett Anderson, vicechairman -

I offered to lay water line for 50 prepared the new city map. 10-year-old bicyclist, Sidney ; Louise H. Kite, secretary-

;"oL' I cents a foot and sewer line for Davenport, Kingsley Lake, was in- treasurer; and Cecil R. Whitehead.

""" 1" :: )$2 a foot. City Clerk Carl Johns jured on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Mack S. Futch has served at attorney
TV
: was instructed to contact the firm Toby Dowdy's when he was struck by a car near for the hospital corpora

"I. ,since the quoted prices are cheaper the intersection of Highways 16 tion.

;.f I than the city crew's cost for Troupe PerformsAt and 301. The boy suffered two

I doing the work. broken foot bones. Cigarette Tax
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: I Sewer and water' lines are also: Radio StationI According to Starke policeman, I

I needed by the Bradford County Bill Lane, the driver of the car, Revenue DropsStarke

.:. I Hospital which is now under construction I Dowdy and his TV cast Kenneth N. Coleman, Starke, was

in east Starke. will te here Saturday afternoon to going west on 16, and was held up '
( I I led the rest of nearby
; The Council also took steps to officially open Starke's new radio I by the signal light at the inter-

!solve its financial problems. Johns station with a big show in frontof :section. After receiving the "go" communities in a revenue drop
One of the 18 homes in the Saratoga Heights hubdhWon In west ; w .
,was instructed to see the president the radio's S. Thompson St. ;signal he was: beyond the signal, from the fickle cigarette tax re

tarke waiting on sewer and water lines before its completion. !of the Florida Bank at Starke for studio. I going at an estimated 20 miles ceipts. Starke's share of the

I a short term loan to aid the city The station will have an open per hour speed, when suddenly the I tax dropped to 2885.27 in August

EweuLawsonAndW.H.BillNoegelIn \ ( ) I I in meeting expenses until it can house all day Saturday, and the boy on the bicycle came out from I from $3,115.19 in July. The

is'ue! bonds for its increased rev- show will be held from 1 p.m. to under a tree, over the curb, and August drop ended a three month

!enUe needs. 5 p.m. into the path of the vehicle. period of steadily increasing reve-

Pierce, Carrison, Wilbern, Inc. The station, WDVH, has been Police absolved the driver ofany nues. .
Race
Run-Off City Election TuesdayEwell i were employed as fiscal agents by broadcasting on 980 kilocycles blame. Police Chief W. E. Brooker continued a drop that

j I the city for the purpose of drawingup since Monday. It is on the air Thornton stated "the driver said began several months ago. The

Lawson and W. H. (Bill) I this way. and selling the bond issue. I daily from 5:30: a.m. until 6 p.m. he could not have stopped if it August: revenue of $150.23:: was less

Noegel will square off next Tuesday Lawson and Noegel have made 'I The firm will get 1.5 per cent of Al Allums is the station's sales had been his own son." than half of May's high of $347.26
the bond issue's value if and when representative in Starke. Its two Hampton remained constant
for Starke's fifth City Council their only public statements
I the bonds are sold. The Council Starke announcers are Sam Bless- with an August revenue of $79.09as
seat in a special run-off elec- through advertisements in the ,Mrs. E. B. Lamb
has made no decision on how and .
settle last I ing Johnny Underwood. compared with $79 56 for JulyHampton's
tion that was called to Bradford County Telegraph.
I much money will be obtained by has ; At Residence
month's contested ballot counts. Lawson has advocated that his Dowdy reportedly droppedthe I Dies June revenue was
i I the bond issue. band business and is it I $103.43.Lawtey.
turning
Lawson and Noegel agreed to experience in city affairs is vitally 'After Long Illness
The city was informed by the over to Big Chief Willis, the oldest :
I suffered a drop after
the run-off as the "fairest and needed during Starke's rapid expansion member from i SIGNS OF TIlE TIME-Starke's mammoth street paving program :
of
standpoint serv-
easiest" way to settle the dispute of services. :Elementary PTA PlansHallowe'en ice. His partner in the radio sta- i is part of the punty's 20-jear dose of road construction. Familiar j Mrs. Elizabeth Bishop Lamb, 83, months of gradual climbing. The
the needs "newblood" August revenue was $320.11 as
that arose from two contradictoryvote I Noegel says city resident of Starke for 3Q years,
to it from continuingn tion is Tom Hanssen, owner of a bights appear abate as a bulldozer is seen \\iilening Court St. at the I compared with 368.60 for July
counts. I keep Carnival died at her residence here last
of Bainbridge, Ga., station. side of the courthouse a tractor hauls off what's left of a giant oak I and $343.28 for June.
Following last month's city election > i its old ways during this time Friday following an illness of sev-
I The station has studios in both tree on Madison A\e., and several sections of storm
sewer lay along '
Hallowe'en Carnival
A Keystone Heights listed
the election officials gave rapid progress.i sponsored I eral years. was as
i Starke and Gainesville, and it is Clark StYouth
Lawson 340 to 339 votes for Noegelon by the Starke Elementary I I She was born in Canada on Feb. unqualified with the Comptroller'sOffice
School PTA, will be held Thursday, required by the Federal Communications I' and listed
the first count of the ballots. I i C. of C. Directors 22, 1871. She was a member of no revenue was
Thecandidates agreed to a recount -i Oct. 28, on the school grounds Commission to broadcasthalf Officials Promise Punishment the Methodist Church. for the August certification. Key-

and Noegel led 341 to 310. I To Meet Monday starting at 2 p.m. of its programs in each 10- stone had received $1,020.01 in
I cation. Surviving are five daughters,
The election inspectors certified :Mrs. L. Hillendahl chairman announces tax money for July.
I There will be meeting of the To Men Who Pick Up School Girls I Miss Pat Lamb, Mrs. Verna Johns,
a
both counts as being correct, and that there will be lots of Lake Butler dropped to $535.33
Mrs. Audrey Grew, and Mrs. Lon-
left it up to the canvassers to decide directors of the Chamber of Commerce booths, a fish pond, ball throwing, District, International I I from $767.05 in July, and Waldo
who was legally elected. Monday, Ocober 25, witha talent show and refreshments County Judge Theron A. Yawn I,he said that school authorities are i ion .nie Sullivan, all of Starke, and I{dropped to $320.63 from $336.02.
I Officers Visit Lions
The City Council, serving as the luncheon at 12:15 p.m. at the I hamburggrs, hot dogs, coffee, and .I. and Dr. Florence Jennings, juve- j the lookout for similar inci :;Mrs. Irene McDonald of Canada;

Board of Canvassers, suggested a Guidon Grill, followed by a business i soft drinks on sale. Proceeds of the Wednesday MeetingStarke's nile counselor, said this week that i,dents. Anyone caught in such a I three sons, Kenneth Lamb and Lt.

run-off election, and both candidates -I meeting at 1:15 p.m.. in the I entertainment will go to the Starke they will take legal action against i situation will be charged with as Col. Josenh Lamb, both of Cana- Local Parents Urged

agreed to settle the issue in Chamber of Commerce office, I Elementary PTA. Lions Club was visited any adult found contributing to the j severe a crime as the evidence 'da, and Victor Lamb of Starke, To Keep Children

by district and international of- delinquency of Bradford County merits. I five grandchildren; and three

ficers Wednesday night. District school children. With no direct evidence of I great-grandchildren. From Work Areas ,

Tornadoes Seek Upset Victory Over Unbeaten Lake'City Gov. Joe Moore, Jacksonville, madea The statement arose from a re doing, Judge Yawn said that wrong taking 1- Funeral services were held in I
I The danger to children who play
I short talk to the club and Inducted cent incident in which two men, of children from school was DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at ,

a new member, Capt. one of _them married, reportedly covered by the law of conlributing Starke Surday with the Rev. Robert -. around construction equipment was

Offense Shines In Smashing 41-19 Win Over New Smyrna Richard T. Lovorn, army signal ad- picked up two high school girls to the delinquency of a minor. D. Sommer officiating. Inter- pointed out, Burton by F. B.Walker Wilfis, superintendent Con--

visor at Camp Blanding. near school and drove off with The law covers youths up to the ment followed in the family plotat

Bradford High will rate as a 41-19 East Coast Conference vic over tne conversion. The third Other visitors who made short them. The girls were picked up age of 18. Maximum punishmentis I Crosby Lake Cemetery. struction requesting Company the cooperation, this week of in-

definite underdog against Lake tory. !quarter ended with Starke leading talks to the club were: Harvey during school hours and returnedin three months in jail and $100' Active pallbearers were: Robert to keep from parents
time to take the school bus Green J. D. Doyle, S. E. Simmons. youngsters away
28-19. Sutherland,
City tonight (Friday) at Brad- The tempo of the game was set j Keystone Heights, the equipment and work area.
as The Barracuda's offensive deputy district William home. fine.Dr. Ray Stone, Inman Green, and A.
minutes
ford Park, but the Tornadoes may the opening ; sag- governor;
during Jennings said she had reason Willis, whose is
come up with some surprises for both teams hit pay dirt in their i I ged in the closing minutes, and Joiner, Alachua, international Judge Yawn has not determined J. Thomas, Jr. I I. in company engaged -
constructing roads and
the undefeated visitors. Kickoff first plays from scrimmage. !I four plays after Jackson's score counsellor; J. A. Williams, president whether he has enough evidenceto to believe that the situation !i streets in Starke, cited an instance

time is at 8 p.m. Starke's score was spoiled by a :the Tornadoes were once more on of the Alachua Lions; andL. press-- charges in this case----, but I i has existed for some time. Ruben Thornton Dies I this week when several children,

The Starke eleven has developed backfield in motion penalty. |the offensive. They moved the R. Sampson, member of he I 'who under
Here Tuesday were playing a huge
,ball 60 yards on nine plays for the Alachua club. I Jaycees Highlight !BHS Band Praised Night
rapidly this year and the playersare New Smyrna got things rolling |tree which had been cut down,

"keyed up" for the Lake City with a 72-yard scoring pass play final score, with Harold Godwin Three members of the club con- i Membership Drive i For Fall Program I Ruben Thornton, 72 long time j narrowly escaped severe injury and
(
I Kent nlunging five yards for the TD. ducted a forum on organized labor.
game. Lake City has won five from Ronnie Johnston to [resident of Bradford County, died |possible death, in pleading for the
straight games this year includinga Phillips. David Neely ran for the ,Elder's conversion try bounced off They were Louis Hillendahl, David With Hamburger FryStarke's I The Bradford High band is doinga i jat his residence near Starke Tues- 'arsistance of parents to keep their

20-13 win over Palatka. Palatka 11 extra point and the Barracuda'sled the goal posts for his first missn Mullis. and A. H. Harley Jr. fine piere of work his fall. according ay night following an illness ofi 'children out of the construction
six tries. The ended with Junior Chamber of I
game Eston Jordan, who works at
handed Starke its only loss this 7-0. to Bandmaster G. A. i I several months. I areas.
,Starke leading 41-19. Starke Builder's Supply, was Commerce held a hamburger fry
year by a 7-0 score. I Starke fired back with Clifford 3 Rsmert. Rimert said he was Mr. Thornton was born in Baker I
at the home of Doyle Conner last I'
I visitor at the meeting. ;
Starke may play without the [Martin going\ 59 yards for an apparent -! STATISTICS night (Thursday) in place of its well pleased with the band's performances County on Sept. 1, 1882 to the Farmer's Market
services of James Harrell left end. touchdown only to have !t .I I at the football game in late John and Elizabeth Richardson I
Starke XSB
i : Post 56 DiscussesFair regular meeting. The JayCees '
who injured his eye during scrim- j called back. Martin got revenge First downs 8 8 I brought their wives, girls, and the "Director's Dilemma" and Thornton. He was a memberof Pecan Auction Sales

mage this week. !, three plays later bJ scampering:Yards rushing 266 121 And MembershipAt families to the "get acquainted" "Story of Cowboy Joe" shows. I the Methodist Church. Planned For Nov. 4

Coach James Hobbs announcesthe 155 yards for a score. DeWayne El- j Yards passing 135 147 meeting.The The band played a concert at Surviving are his wife, Mrs. .

following tentative'startfa i der's extra point was good, Total yards 401 219 Special MeetingAmerican the Annual Navy Charity Carnival I Liza Griffis Thornton; one daughter Pecan auction sales will start
JayCees decided to
line-up for his team tonight. and the score stood tied. 7-7. .Passes attempted 4 16 Legion Post 56 held their membership drive step with up a at Green Cove Springs last week. I I ',' Mrs. Martie Eaves of Starke; this season on Thursday, Nov. 4 .

Milton Hicks left end; Jerry Law- I I On the next play Johnson fumbled -I Passes completed 3 6 i This week the band will present I I three sons, Carl, Carlos, and Leroy at 1 p.m. on the Starke Farmers
a special meeting Tuesday nightto portable duck in a cage. The duck
son, left tackle; Gary Garner left I SidPv Jackson's kickoff after ';Passes intercepted 1 3 discuss its County Fair fron. will be given to the first memberon ".\ Salute to Sousa" in honor of I.Thornton all of Starke; and one I Market, according to M. R. Judd
guard: Harold Beasley, center Ken- returning it nine yards to the i 1 returns National Sousa Week. Next week sister, Mrs. Laura Altman of market
i Interception Nov. 1 through Nov. 6 and its I the roster, and he will carry I manager.
neth Elder, right guard; Edwin I Barracuda 10. Jerry Lawson i (yds.) 20:1: current membership drive. with him until he finds a new the band will go to Gainesville to Tampa. I Judd expects that prices will be
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1it
Johns, right tackle; Townsend nounced on the. ball for Starke. 2 3 I participate in the annual Gator Funeral services were held at t
iPunt this because of the
The post is seeking more looal member. The duck will then be I I high ygjir.
strickland. right end; DeWayne later Stanley Clark I Growl. ,graveside in Sapp. Cemetery. at
Two 28 23
plays
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Avg. yds. punts nuts. He stated that
of
exhibits for file fair, and anyone passed to the next member on the scarcity
Elder quarterback; Clifford Mar- drove eight yards to the goal but Y ds. returns 13 0 i Other plans for the band include Raiford yesterday (Thursday) at
punt at Live Oak
i interested in setting an exhibit roster. seedlings were reported -
I up :
half Sidney Jackson Kenneth Elder fulfilled [ a Veteran's I 3 with the Rev. Joe Griffis
tin, right ; I fumbled and j Kickoff 7 4 can contact Legionnaires Bill Next week the JayCees will meet parade on Day, p.m. I at 18-20 cents per pound.
left half; and Stanley Clark, full a lineman's dream by cover- kckoffs 43 33 i Nov. 11, and a big HomecomingDay officiating. Interment foUbweJ:
I I Ayg. yds. Graham or Charles Partin. Exhibit I in the Starke Armory at 7:30 p.m. Subsequent sales will be held,
back trig/ the ball for a score. Dei 'Yds kickoff returns 45 100 I parade on Nov. 5. The bandis :in the family plot. i
J I
the 'fairI
space costs $10 at for a business meeting. I depending on the volume of the
Bradford High and New Smyrna Wayne Elder completed his secondof 3 1 I planning to attend the final Da Witt C. Jones Funeral Home
i Fumbles j I which will be held on Legion prop- I The JayCees agreed to take an !i 1' !first sales.
punches last and of the Fernandina 'of Starke was in charge of ar-
Beach traded coring five consecutive conversions Fumbles lost 1 0 I II game season at
:, on Temple Ave. in north ad in the Oct. 29 issue of the
erty Judd also reported that bids for
week and the Tornadoes succeeded ,Starke led 14-7. Penalties 6 3 I I teach on Nov. 24. i i rangements.Setzer's I
m getting a few extra licks for a{I few minutes later Starke 50 35 1 Starke. Bradford County Telegraph ex- ,constructing four new bays, consisting -
A
I 1 Yds. lost penalties ;, The fair will run from 2 p.m. I plaining the wording of the "nofence" I" Market of about 2,500 sq. ft., for
of the ball
I
took Rebuilding
possession
aan Begins
Paul C. referendum that will
-----1 their until midnight daily, and appear :the Starke Farmers Market are
the team from
_ I Elder moved Hutchins, FFA advisor, said that on a special ballot during the being advertised by the State
the 25 on four running -- -- -
own 10 to the FFA members will show their Nov. 2 general election. Farmers :Markets. Judd said the

plays and then passed to end livestock during the fair. The i The club also discussed home I,new construction will provide new I

Townsend Strickland for a 75-vard livestock show will probably be '.mail delivery for Starke. They : : operating space for Tommy :Morns -
onarter endedw !
The first
score. Wednesday afternoon. 1 agreed to petition the post office buyer. I
>v 21-7. I --
Starke leading rapned a Ion? 1 Next week the Legion will have ;i for home delivery, and made tentative a, .. II I
New Smyrna I
"Brooker Night" as part of its plans to start a campaignfor -
Richard W. McGuire I
drive with a fourth down 27yardnas I membership drive during national \ numbering every house in the S

for another score early in iiiH "AI Weeks" Post 56 hopes to have I city in preparation for mail de Dies In OrlandoRichard I Ii

i the second quarter. Johnston pass- 'lAo per cent membership by the livery. : i
ed to T.arrv Le '!3y for the touchdown close of the "Al Weeks" on Vet- jS W. McGuire, 50 husband ;

I but Neelv's run for the ex- i iI eran's Day, Nov. 11. Recent AdmissionsTo of he former Virginia Alva- ;

tra noint wns stopped short of the I rez of Starke, died in Orlando recently :

I roal .Starke remained ahead :Mrs. Kite Discusses Doctor's ClinicThe | following a short illness.

2113. ?t .Mr. McGuire had lived in Orlando

I Starke houncM rc* two plays Hospital With RotaryMrs. following are recent admis- a. for 12 years and was an auto deal-
I
i later Elder fired his second sions to the Doctor's Clinic Hos- I Ii.i er for a number of years.

touchdown ims to Strickland for J. R. Kite, secretary of the pital in Starke: He was associated with "the

4 50-vo-vl score and Starke forged [Bradford County Hospital Corporation I Mrs. Lizzie Tompkins, Harvey 5. I. Florida Music Co. as a salesman

ahead 2'113.Pt'ndtips was guest speaker at the .Hazen. Mrs. W. O. Collins, Hilda
I I i r at the time of his death. He was
stalled both teams dur- Rotary Club Wednesday. She disi I Faye Goodman Edward Zimmerman -II I ja member of the Business Men's

insr the closing minutes of the sec- I i I cussed the plans and facilities of ,i and Mrs. Hazel Robertson, I Bible Class of the First Jlethodist

j ond quarter. and the half ended 'the hospital and told how its'I all of Starke; Mrs. :Maude Sur- I Church.

Gary Garner was moved from!,with Starke leading 28-13. Sidney Jackson has scored 21 financing has been worked out : rency. of Graham: Gary Cheshire, .
tackle to this to points and averaged over six yards i Maxville Phil Gainey and Andy Private committal services win
guard help
)ear ;; New Smyrna bounced back into Mrs. Kite invited everyone to of ; BEGINNING AGAIN"-Construction is underway again"at Starke's I be made in Greenwood
make the middle of Starke's Una in 1 per carry in five games this year attend groundbreaking ceremonies Gainey, both of Brooker: Mrs. Cemetery
j contention with a 50-yard drive worker's efforts this weel
I |new Setter's Supermarket Most of the Saturday. He is survived by his
dangerous ground for opposing;''the third period. Neely scored from: to be ,among Starke's leading !for the hospital project next Moa- Ronald Stevens, of Lawtey; Mrs.
fire.
were spent in clearing the debris left by the raging ,wife.
Raiford. _
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA
RAGS TD 0 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 19M

-fMMTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT* Sam's call. yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyBROOKER Mrs. Whitten, and Fish Pond, under -r following officers: Joanne Wait I
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOLDEST Mrs. Dick Williams was a Mon- Mrs. Green. president; Beverly Green, vice !
HAMPTONby day guest of Mrs. May Sweeneyand To climax the evening there president; Glenda Parker, secre- ;
FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD girls of Gainesville. Miss Nor- will be a Cake Walk under the tary; Judy Kelly, recording secre- :
ma Sweeney returned home with direction of Bill Bigham. Mrs tary. i
Published Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Sirs. WIlL W. Ilammond I By Polly Wait Jr.
every her for a few days. Rosa Pinholster will bake one of Plans were discussed for the .
I the Act of March 3, 1879. ,..................... Frank Brown, Wayne Matchett, ...........A...u.u.a her famous fruit cakes for the following year.
and James Horne students at U. raffle. The public is invited. !I
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Meade of The Brooker Garden Club met
: Jacksonville of F. were home for the weekend. Cherry Beth Gano, of St. Augustine .
recently visited Mr. Friday night at the CommunityCenter
Sunday afternoon callers at the spent the week with her
and Mrs.
Vernon Slade and Mrs. with the president, Mrs.
The Constitutional AmendmentsOn Fannie :Meade. home of the J. A. William's and :Hewett Anderson, presiding. grandparents the R. F. Ganos. I COLONIAL
Mrs. Alva Fowler were Misses :Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin, of
Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Layfield and Three new members were wel- II I ,
and Lois McClellan, Mrs. Waldo, were the dinner of
the General Election ballot of Novem- connection with any toll road extending into family of Gainesville were( Sun- Becky comed. They were Mrs. G. B. Stal- guests I
ber 2 there will be seven proposed constitu- more than three counties. day guests of his sister, Mrs. Ra- Helen Maxey and family of Waldo lings, Clara Nettles, and. Dorothy. the R. F. Ganos Sunday. i.I FLORISTFLOWERS
Ruth Perry and Willow Ruth Ham- Visitors at the A. L. Green
tional amendments for voters to approve or The 1953 Legislature authorized the con- leigh Brannen, and family and Jean Douglas.The home
mond. Sunday were Mrs. R. K.
struction of the "bob-tailed turnpike" and mother, Mrs. M. B. Layfield. newly elected officers were I I
Dukes and daughter, Diane, of
Williams and
I Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
reject.Unfortunately, in the past, it has been opponents of th@ project pushed throughthe Sunday callers of the VernonSlade's children, Mrs. Alva Fowler and as follows: Margaret Coram, presi- Lake Butler, and W. E. Plumberand

the custom of many voters, when faced witha legislature, by overwhelming votes in were Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. daughter, Sue, enjoyed a peanut dent dent; Grace Bainey Mott 1st vice presi- daughters, Pat and Lou, and For All Occasions t
Saxon and Mr. and ; Bigham 2nd vice
both houses bill referring this amendmentto Mrs. B. B. presi- Mrs. M. F. Hazen, of Starke, who
column or more of hard-to-understand a Eiland. boiling and supper with the A. dent; Polly Wait, recording secre- I PHONE 218 '
legalistic lingo, either to reject or not to the people. L Mann family at Brooker recently. tary Martha also visited Mrs. Lillie Cone. .
; Tinney corresponding
vote at all on measures that are not clear to Although we are unalterably opposed to i of Mrs Gainesville, Savage and Paul Hall secretary; and Alva Colson, treas- :Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Raborn Jr. j
them at a glance. We say that this is unfortunate the construction of a turnpike in Florida at Mrs. Louise were Manier.Monday guestsof 1 Charlie Dennison of Gainesvilleis urer. i 1 I and children. and Mrs. Gertie (j)

because every amendment, no the present time, we do not believe that sucha Mr. Mrs. spending a few days with his It was announced that Mrs. Smith, all of Jacksonville were I

matter how unimportant sounding, consti- restriction as is embodied in this amendment visited and her parents Rome, Mr. and Andrews Mrs. son, Avery and family. I Hook, of Melrose, will be guest the Harrell Sunday and guests family of Mrs. Beulah

tutes a change in the basic law of our state belongs in our Constitution. As one Harris, of Mandrake Sunday. Mrs. Inez Offered spent the speaker at the next meeting. She The Junior Bighams were visit- DISH GARDENS I
and, as such deserves the most careful at- observer has remarked. "Rigid constitutionalrules Miss Louse Adkins of Jackson- weekend with her mother, Mrs. G. will give a demonstration on ing relatives in Madison Sunday.Mrs. .
tention of every citizen.It laid down in one period of developmentoften ville spent the weekend at her W. Saxon and husband. On Sunday Christmas arrangements.A Charles Roberson, Barbara, POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY ,
is impossible: to discuss the pros and clash with later changed circumstances home here. they all visited Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gift was presented to the re- Tessie, and Rosa Mae Wagnerand

cons of these amendments at length in our which make them obsolete or unworkable." Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins en- gene Birt. tiring president Mrs. H. S. Anderson friend, of Gainesville, were I
limited but will try to give our Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard returned by the club. Hostesses were the Thursday dinner
space, we The time might come when Florida is de- tertained Sunday at a family din- night guestsof Flowers WiredAnywhere I
of what all about to Arcadia Sunday after- Lottie Edwards, Mattie Barry, and the A. Millers.
readers an inkling they are veloped to such an extent industrially and ner. Present were: Mr. and Mrs.
and hope in this way, to arouse enough comtnercially that a turnpike from Jackson- E. M. Prevatt and sons, JSmory noon after spending a two week's Rosa Pinholster.The The Brooker 4-H Club met t
interest in the proposals so that each voter ville to Miami will be an economic must. We and falter, of Starke; Mr. and Mrs.vacation with her parents, Mr. and annual Hallowe'en Carnivil Thursday October 14 in the School
J. G. Adkins.
will want to make his own personal investigation would not like to see a measure written into Mrs. Calvin Richard of Arcadia; will be held on the Farmers Market Cafeteria with Miss Dorothy Ross.) Nona St. Starke
and Miss Louise Adkins Mrs. J. A Williams, Mrs. Alva Platform on Saturday, Octo- in charge.
of the amendments and will attempt to of Jack- I
basic law which in tune with ,,
complete information before goingto our though our sonville. Fowler and daughter, Sue, were ber 23. Events for the evening are The Senior group elected the ,,' "--_,_-_-_' '_-_._' _.-__ n ,.__-__-' ,'-:
get more
present feeling on turnpikes might seriously Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks business callers in Starke Monday.Mrs. as follows:
the polls on November 2. restrict the next generation of citizens for Calvin Richard, Mrs. E.
and Gainesville Costume
daughter of spent Parade at 5 p. m.,with
.
Amendment No. 1 contains two proposals.The whom a turnpike might become a necessity.We Sunday with their parents, Mr. M Prevatt and Mrs. CaMn Richard Mrs. Grace Bigham in charge is
first would germit the Legislature to will continue to oppose a turnpike as long I and Mrs. Otto Hicks Sr. Sr. spent last weekend in to form at the Community Center. OPERATED BY ALTON DOBBS
extend any regular session up to an additional as Florida can accommodate its tourists on Mr. Allen father of Eddie Al- Jacksonville. Prizes will be given. Dinner will
30 days upon a three-fifths vote of both the four-laned highways, but the place to fight len, is a patient in the Alachua SCHOOL NEWS be served under the able directionof
House and Senate, During this additional this battle, it seems to us, is in the Legis- General Hospital at Gainesville.He Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williamsof :Mrs. Theo Dyal, serving to Cook'sGrocery
period, recesses may be taken if agreed to by lature, and not by amending the Constitution. is expected to be released in Tampa were our dinner guest start at 5:30 p. m. There will bea
both houses but the extended session may Therefore, we recommend a negative vote on a few days and will be at the homeof en last Wednesday. Mrs. Williamsis hot dog stand under the chair-
not last beyond September 1. No. 2 his son until able to be about. a former teacher in our school manship of Mrs. Margaret Coram.
The amendment further provides that Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Dyal, son and we were glad to have her The following booths will be open-
Amendment No. 3 provides for additional
legislators shall receive $1,200 annually plus Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer visit us. ed: Country Store, under Mrs.
the present allowances for lodging, meals county judges in counties of more than Lewis and daughter, Wanda of Dr. Florence Jennings visitedour Hoffman; Novelty Booth under i
travel under general law. 125,000 population, where the business of the Starke were in Jacksonville Sun- school one day last week and
and as provided office requires it and where the voters approve brought several films to us. Mr. membership.
At present they are paid $600 and allowances'during the additions in a referendum vote. day.Mr.. and Mrs John E. Hammondand Waters very kindly operated the Eighth Grade Personalities

the actual session every two years.There's Since the State Judicial Council is cur- son Chester Searle, were Sat-I projector for us to enjoy them. Dudley Hardy was born in I PHONE 405
no doubt about it time runs rently studying the question of revising the urday night dinner guests of.their The eighth grade has just fin- Gainesville, but had lived in Hampton -I Jax Hiway We Deliver Open Thurs. Afternoons
out on the Legislature at every session and entire state judicial system, it would seem parents Mr. and Mrs. W. VV. Ham- ished a project on flowers and has I most of his life. He is now 13- ..
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there is a hectic last minute hassle to get more wise to await its recommendationsrather mond. begun one on trees. years-old and is a member of the j
through really important legislation in the than attempt more piecemeal revisions Earl Matchett spent Saturdayin The lower grades in the school I Baptist Church. His parents are Maxwell House (With $5.00 Order) Lb.
last few days' after valuable weeks have been Gainesville.Mr. card covers which the eighth gradeare Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Price Hardyof
of this nature. A "no" vote would
wasted on wrangles: of minor importance. and Mrs. Cushman and son appreciative of the report Hampton. He has four sisters
in order.Amendment.
However, there is a feeling that much of seem have moved from the former J. made for them.Eightyone I and one brother. Three of his sisters COFFEE 99CI
this last-minute rush could be avoided by No. 4 gives the Governor 20 H. Parker property to the De- of our pupils and are in Hampton School. Dud- I
better organization at the beginning of the days in which to approve or veto bills after Watters place. five of our teachers were in re- ley is treasurer of his class and

session and those who feel this way main- the legislature adjourns instead of the 10- \V. W. Hammond was confinedto ligious service last Sunday.We takes an active part in all school
tain that the same situation would developif day deadline in effect now. Everyone seems his home last week by illness. have received three new activities. He likes all sports, especially ,
"the in Tallahassee" were given six agreed that this is a step in the right dire Our Postmaster Mrs. Mary pupils. They are Rudine, Alice Kay,, football. He dislikes rak-,I Lily
boys had few vaca- and Paul Lyle who formerly at- ing yards at home. He plans to
Williams a days
tion and deserves vote of "yes. Lb
a
months the There is usuallya Bag $4.05
to complete job.
tion last week. :Mrs. T. F. Brown tended Brooker School. We are study engineering when he goes F 1 0
of the Amendment No. 5 would enable the legislature : FLOUR
sigh of relief on the part public, substituted for her.. happy to add them to our school to college. i
the press, and the legislators themselveswhen l by special act to provide the power for Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin, i
the body adjourns after the end of the county tax assessor and county tax col- daughter Phyllis, and Mr. and Mrs.1 AdstrtutmtHt I
two months.' Few persons in any walk of lector to assess and collect the taxes of any B. B. Eiland were shopping in I i Large Box
life would look forward to a session that municipality in which such consolidation is Starke Saturday.Mr. I From where I sit..b/ Joe Marsh T IDE I E 2712C5LbPkg

extended from spring until early fall. approved by a referendum of city voters. and :Mrs. Avery Slade and 'I S .
It is further argued by those who oppose Five counties: have already consolidatedtheir two children spent Sunday in Mav- I
this measure that the provision for recesses tax assessing and tax collecting sys- ville with Mrs Slade's parents. II j Q7';
between the two sessions, while sounding tems. But each had first to obtain a special I Mrs. W. W. Hammond was a I Smitiy'sNotSoSilent SUGAR 45C
good in theory would actually be bad in and separate constitutional amendment to do dinner guest of Mrs. W. N. Jack

practice. They say it is unreasonable to so. Amendment 5 would permit other coun- son of Starke on Thursday. They I PartnerDropped I
executive meeting of Jar PURE
attended ft-gal.
an
ask businessmen to seek legislative places ties to carry out such consolidation withoutthe Council of Home Dem-
the
under a situation where they can make no necessity of further cluttering up the onstration County Clubs at the office of into Sraitty's gas station From where I sit,Smitty's bird :
positive plans ahead for a period of at least Constitution with additional amendments.Since the Home Demonstration Agent last week and met his new may be good for business -and LARD
five months. With the uncertainty of that the consolidations are made only with Miss Dorothy Ross in the after- partner who turned out to be a may get him a few laughs. But 69c

extra, session always in view, many good approval of the voters of the city affected, real talker. when people act like parakeets,
business and professional men would be extremely we see no objection to this amendment and a noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Lyle and five "What'll it be?" asked Smitty. they're not so funny. For instance I
cagy about offering themselves for "yes" vote is recommended. children have move from Brookerto Before I had a chance to answer those who keep insisting .
legislative service.As Amendment No. 6 would consolidate tax Mr.-Watterson's house. I heard a strange voice "Fill her over and over again that their I Jergens Bath SizeXOflP
to the salary raise, it is argued by assessing for all governmental units in Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cannon and up! Fill her up!I" And there was neighbors shouldn't have a glass Bars
its proponents that a legislator has duties to roe (Key West) County, and gives the powerto Mrs. Ruby Belle Thomas of Jack- '' Smitty's partner-one of those of temperate beer with their sup. 2 15C
perform for his constituents, not only dur- the county tax assessor. A similar amend- sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. parakeets perched next to the per now and then.They're limply

ing the session, but also during the interval ment was rejected by statewide vote in ,Frank Thomas Saturday night. gas pump. repeating their own ideas, without -
between sessions. He must make long distance 1952, although a majority of Monroe County I Mr. and Mrs. Orien Jones and \I "Took me a month," Smitty any regard for the rights of I Phillips PORK &
calls send telegrams attend voters favored it. This would to be family have moved to Nassau said, "but I finally taught him to others.
phone appear No 2 Cans
Fernandina.Mr.
meetings and conventions: all of which is the same situation as provided for in Amend- County. and near Mrs. Durwood Dortchof ,; say paid those off magic he's had words. It's influence sure .t1 I BEANS 25C
good
quite true. It is said that some conscientious ment 5. If the voters of Monroe County Gainesville spent Sunday with on my customers.a Joe ;tfA f IJ L

members of the Legislature spend as muchas want it, we know of no good reason to ob her parents, "Mr. and Mrs. Frank I, .

half of their out-of-session time in these ject. Thomas.Mr. i Warsaw TURNIP
activities. They feel that a legislator should Amendment 7 would add a second judgeto and Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaughwere Copyright 1954, United State Brewers Foundation
not be paid to the extent that people would the Escambia (Pensacola) County Courtof shoppers in Palatka on Sat- j! Cans
G R E EE ENS 3 2SCI
run for the office for the money involved Record. Knowing nothing whatsoever urday. I
but do feel that he should be reimbursed to about the Escambia County Court of Record, Ray Cox of Putnam Hall spent \We Never Stretch Our StoriesVe I
a reasonable extent for the money he actually we reserve judgement on this one. Saturday night with his parents\\ I I
spends in representing his county.At i # # )Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox. I Firm, Ripe 3 Lbs.
I
least one legislator however, takes a Perhaps the greatest significance of these I from W. several H. Griffin days has visit with returned his 1 \ Never Angle For Sales! :

dim view of the proposed pay raise. Senator amendments is not in what they provide I son, Percy Griffin and wife in Bananas 29cYellow
Wallace Sturgis of Ocala, a former Senate for, but in the fact that they point up the. i Jacksonville.Mr. .

president says he is fearful that even a fact that our Florida Constitution drafted and Mrs. Joe E. Williams
$1.200 salary "may easily change places in in 1885, has been amended more than 80 I of Tampa and Mrs. Claire Glaizer I
the Legislature from public service to public times and might benefit from a complete. of Bradenton were Sunday guestsof I a

employment." overhaul job the J. W. Home's. Lbs
It's the old argument: Do you get a better Florida is growing rapidly and the Stateis Dick Williams returned to Tampa o N ION S 3 19CSWEET
class of citizen to serve on part time boards faced with changing economic, govern- with them where Monday morning -'
and legislative groups if you pay him wellor mental and political conditions. A revised he had to report to Uncle / TYm1k P /

if you pay him little or nothing? It's Constitution, keeping most of our basic law I I II
debatable. intact but updated to eliminate the incon- I \ Jfl1/2'
Most persons we have talked this over gruities brought about by changing times I,I Lbs
with locally feel that the salary increase for would undoubtedly improve the functioningof YOUR POTATOES 3 19C

legislators is justified on the basis that even state and local government and eliminatethe I i 1
with the pay boost solons will barely cover periodical consideration of a number of !
their expenses. complicated amendments. We look forwardto I : IRISH

Amendment No. 2 prohibits the use of a speeding up of this important and long ; Lbs

state funds to pay obligations incurred in needed project. i PROTECTIONs Ii i I I II I POTATOES 10 33C





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FRIDAY OCTOBER U, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKE. FLORIDA
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YYYYYYYYYYYYYTY YYYYYYY- Thursday'night. They had come to 'Border River' FLORIDATO on the arc of a curve concave to the drains and haul roads for a portionof I'or any of you have in and to any said Court on this 20th I
Plays of
our neck of the woods to go fish- ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN. Southeasterly having 4 radius of State Road No. S-100-A in Brad of the above described lands and October, A.D. 195. day
and to all persons and par- 1809.34 feet; thence from a tangent ford County. Florida, and that one II show cause why the same should
LONG BRANCH ing, but were having such strong At Park Theatre ties having or claiming any right. bearing of North 63 degrees, 20 of the Judges of the Circuit Court not be taken uses and purposes (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Brady:
winds it wasn't a good time to title, interest, estate, mortgage or min., 22 sec. East run Northeasterlyalong in the Eighth Judicial Circuit of set forth int the petition filed Clerk of Circuit Court of
Sun Mon. And Tues. other lien to or on those certain along said curve through a central Florida will on the 1st day of.herein. ford County Florida.
fish. They learned that it wasprayer parcels of land situate in Bradford of 25 degrees, 28 min., 25 sec.a November A.D. 1S4, at 10:00 o'clock i Hollis V Knight, County Attorney,
by MM. I. L. Strickland t night County Florida and hereinafter described distance of 894.43 feet to the end in the forenoon thereof in Circuit WITNESS my hand and seal of Starke Florida. 10/22 4t 11/1J
meeting so they
cameo
"Border River," starring Joel and the following persons of said curve, thence North 18 degrees Court Chambers in Alachua County. ----
and Jimmy LangaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAkA : meeting instead of to 48 min., 47 Court House
prayer McCrea and Yvonne De Carlo is together with all unknown persons sec. East 1901.94 at Gainesville Florida. ,
the creek to fish. claiming by, through or under feet; thence North 89 degrees 52 consider said Declaration of Taking, '
playing Sunday, Monday, and Tues i known persons who are dead, or min., 09 sec. East $13.16 feet to appoint appraisers and make such 1
We are always glad to get to day at the Park Theatre. The film who are not known to be dead or Intersect the centerline of Alton order as the Court deems proper. ; MOVING
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones, Mrs. ; alive. Road; containing .45 acre, more or All parties to the suit and all parties
Pearl Mosely and Mr. and Mrs. attend church services and glad to is an account of a desperate mission i less, exclusive of the listing road interested may appear and be heard'at
have others attend. Ernest has at- engineered by the Confederate Randall Chitty, right of way. the time and place designated. -
Buddy Wilkinson were the dinner tended Sunday School and church Starke, Florida IS OWNED BY: Everdinar Leonard. You, and each of you, are hereby : LOCAL I Safe
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.B. army during the waning daysof Louisa Johnson, and the unknown commended to by PHONE
appear filing
services here times In the Ira W. Andreu, widower, heirs, an : OR
many the War Between the States a grantees, devisee and other answer to the petition heretofore Dependable
i
Faireloth.Mrs.
E. past when In day Hill to visithis Bradford County, Florida claimants by through, under or filed in this cause In the entitled'Court LONGDISTANCE
.'Pearl Mosely also called on McCrea is an undercover man against Nickalas McFashlon, de- on or before the 23rd day of a Economical 311
children, the i relatives, even when he was for the Confederates with Clarence Andrew ceased. November. A.p. IS54, to show what I
.Faye t:gnglandd just a boy. ,cambia, County Florida right, title, interest, or liens i
you.lane
Re B. Alvarez
Strickland'! and the Richard Longs $2.000,0001n"stolen Northern gold SRD X.. II Right Of Way ORAgnts
We were sorry that Little Linda to help finance his mission and Gwendolyn Andreu. That part of: For
Sunday afternoon. Escambia County, Florida West 165 feet of NW% of -tE% ,-- (.. .- TRANSFER AND 250-J
Betty and John Brumbelow re- Sullivan had a caw of tonsillitislast buy badly needed supplies for the of Section 32. Township South. Dfclcher Bros. STORAGE CO.STORAGE.

turned to Jacksonville Wednesdayof Thursday evening and neither Confederate armies. Cortex A. DeBerry, Range 22 East 'JjOS
Escambia County, Florida
she nor her mother, Mrs. Leon McCrea crosses lying within 40 feet of the survey
last week. the Rio Grandeto line of State Road S-100-A. Section

We were glad to have Ernest Sullvan, could attend prayer meet Zona Libre, an independent Finly Escambia DeBerry County, Florida :&51. said survey line being dEscribed -
ing. Leon came and took us to as follows: Begin on the
Shaffer and wife from Jackson- territory broken off from Mexico West line of Section 32, Township

YUle with us at prayer meeting last prayer meeting as well as to Sun- and operating as a haven for Grace Escambia A. Sorensen, Florida II South, Range 22 East at a point G6G

.. day School and church Sunday bandits and criminal refugees from County 155.2 feet South of Northwest cor- Perryman Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florifl
of '
Section 32
-. ner said point being
.. .. .- '- night. Seems he is interested the U. S. He hopes to deal with John Escambia A. Sorensen County, Florida on the arc of a curve concave to tlQlll Miuun.suuKntfu0
enough in us and the Lord's workto General Calleja (Pedro Annen- the Southeasterly having a radiusof I

..... .T see that we can attend servo dariz who is the Hercules Powder Company a corpo- 1809.34 feet; thence from a tan-
) Mexican
USE renegade ration. gent bearing of North 63 degrees, ,
I
.: *fV fi"*1 ices. ruler of Zona Libre. Wilmington, Delaware 20 min., 22 sec. East run North !
easterly along said through L
*I curve )
t. rTUi'P.... Well, when we were coming Calleja hopes to win the gold Ev rdinar Leonard, a central angle of 25 degrees 28
from church Sunday night I needed min., 25 sec. a distance of 804.43 '!
Florida
Bradford County,
\ without
tJ giving the arms and
&. %$ up feet to the end of said curve, thence
Good ., : \ \ my old shot gun even if it ammunition that McCrea is seek Louisa Johnson North 88 degrees, 48 min., 47 sec. i!

..t... i"vn\y; !\\i\! was Sunday! We got back to the ing. The fight for the gold eventually Bradford County, Florida East 1901.94 feet; thence North 89 REVOLVING SHELVESREFRJ.GERATOR.O.
-. degrees, 52 min., 09 sec. East 913.16
school house on our way home, leads to a gun battle be- The unknown heirs, grantees, de- feet to intersect the centerline of
and'a big fox jumped out in the tween the Confederates and the visees and other claimants by Alton Road; containing .06 acre,

Service andProducts road right in front of the car! Of Mexican bandits. McFashlon through under, deceased or against Nickalas ing more road or less right, exclusive of way. of the exist-

course, none of us had our old IS OWNED BY: David Johnson and .
David Johnson, wife Louisa Johnson. ,
rusty guns handy; so Mr. Fox
,
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Bradford Florida
got away. I ing Oct. 12 and had more present. County MID No. 2.1 Drainage Easement QUANTITY LIMITED AT THI$

There were 75 in Sunday School than we have had previously this i R C. Holtiendorf.; Ditch Right (East) Station 107
i .Starke, Florida .., Plus SO lOW
last Sunday '78 the Sunday before [,I year. We are glad to say our PTA I ., That part of -..; : .: '

Homecoming Day! Seems i ia growing and progressing. We 'Ethel Holtzendorf, "SWU of XE'4 of. Section :31, ..

To Keep Your Car quite a few stayed at home to I had an interesting program that tarke, Florida East Township 6 South, Range 22 I

cook dinner to bring to church. ]II night and plan a more interestingone B C. Holtzendorf, Jr., lying within 15 feet each side of a I II ll398 IA
Rolling in Florida Starke, Florida ditch centerline described as fol- II
:
There were 53 Bibles brought 60 for our November meeting lows Commence on the North line :

studied their lessons and there(I Nov. 9. We invite everyone to joinus Nora Jones. of the said SW% of NE<4 at a point II I iI
Style 217: W. 127th Street. Apt. 1S-C, 1079.1 feet East of Northwest corner -
were five visitors. even if they have no child in
New York City, New York of said S\Vli of NE% and run
There will be a social for the school. Folks who have no chil- thence South 46 degrees, 44 min., I
The unknown heirs grantees, devisees 47 sec. West272.9 feet to POINTOF .
Sunday School at the Long Branch 1 dren or children not of school age and other claimants by, L-EO1NNIXU of said ditch centerline -

EXPERIENCED, EXPERT church Oct. 25 at 7 p. m., meeting are urged to attend as well as through, under or against Handy ; thence run South 43 degrees -I \
'
I
i Brymer, deceased 15 min., 13 sec. East 58.8 I .
of the of school
brotherhood on Oct. 21 at parents children.
MECHANIC FOR MINOR i I e
feet; thence South 7 degrees, 35
7 p. m., and W. M. S. on Oct. 2S I We have a PTA membership of SECTION :' 1-n6 STATE HO1U min. 13 .sec. East 447.8 feet; thence
AUTO REPAIRS | NO. S-100-A BRADFORD COO- South 33 degrees 49 min., 13 sec.
at 7 All members
p. m. are urgedto 30 almost
now double (just lacks
TY East 103.4 feet; thence South 59 de- .
0 be present.We two) the membership we had when grees, 56 min., 13 sec. East 290 feet
had our regular PTA meet- school let out last May. SRDo.: 10 Right Of Way to the end of said ditch centerlinE; i
That part of:
.59 less.
containing acre more or
Let Us Give Your Car Most of the members are willing SWVi of NE\. ; and \y% of N'EVi I IS OWNED BY: B. C. Holtzendorf
That Fall CheckUpFIRST to take of NE',4, South of S.A.L. Rail I and wife Ethel Holtzendorf
part them i e
1 any given and
road, In Section 31. Township SUBJECT TO: Claim by .B. e
o FOLEY SHARPENED SAWS :really .try to help, but there is 6 South, Range 22 East, Holtzendorf: Jr. e '

; LINE Cut Foster Cfton/, Easier I i still more we can do. If a job is line lying of within State Road 40 feet S-100-A of the, Section survey TAKE NOTICE that a Declarationof I

I IYou'll .worth doing at all it is worth put- 2857, said survey line being described Taking has been filed in the II I
TIRESBATTERIES follows above styled cause, by the petitioner, II tI
UT time and effort !ting forth every effort to see that as : Begin on the
South line of the said SW& of the acquiring authority of these
I
when your taws bar been the task is well done. NE'4 at a point 113.5 feet East of proceedings, of the taking of the
We had an executive Southwest corner of SWV of NE>4 above described lands, for the pur- I
sharpened on ear precision meetingOct. [and run thence North 20 degrees, pose set forth in the petition in this .
naehine. All teeth are made 15 and planned our Hallowe'en 16 min., 47 sec. East 403.64 feet to cause, viz: right of way, drainage I : '":.a""

uniform and accurate I carnival for Oct. 22 starting at .I the beginning of a curve concave ditches borrow pits!, borrow pit PIUS .
I to the Southeasterly having a radiusof I
ACCESSORIES Just like new.Y01l'll 6:30: p. m. Of course, we invite all 114592 feet and a total central
b. to attend this carnival. angle of 26 degrees, 28 min.; thence 1 'f.td-.woy "nU Racks
'Northeasterly along said curve FILL DIRTGOOD 'A Well, we are a little cool here.
pleased with 529.33 feet to the end of said curve; BUTTER KEEPERKttpt
Jim says he saw the first frost thence North 46 degrees. 44 min., MM-Cub l lu Troy
our speedy 47 sec. East 1909.14 feet to the beginning RICH I;I 6ut/.f Spreading Perfect pOR
service and on Monday. I was cold enough be- of a curve concave to the 1 IM 100t
r ref I ffore he told me. I suppose we will Southeasterly having a radius of
I
+ with your easy 1809.34 feet; thence Northeasterlyalong I TOP SOILSee 1i
all need heat : TWO SEPARATE
cutting saw. some and more said curve through a cen- i
w II clothes now, but it will be a good tral angle of 16 degrees, 35 mln., t
:35 sec. a distance of 523.99 feet to I G.J.rGRIFFGENERAL J
time I
to crochet
and read. APPLIANCES
I BAll I Hope i the East line of NE'y of NEi of ,
this typewriter doesn't freeze up Section 31 at a point 155.2 feet :
Saws Re-Toothed I II South of Northeast corner of NEH :
.
before next week. BILL JACKSONJackson
I IN ONE
And Filed I( of NE%; containing 1.69 acres more ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
i I or less exclusive of the existingroad Transfer
All Hand Saws 50c ,III The Circuit Court of The Eighth i right of way. Company
I Jndlrinl Circuit Of Florida In And IS OWNED IY: Randall Chitty. Cor. Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229 CABINET I !
165 N. Water SL Ph. 414-W Phone 165
i I For Bradford County, Law0.: .
ALSO SHARPENALL '"0::'. MiD .No. 14 Right Of Way Starke, Fla.
BRADFORD COt'NTT. FLORIDA, That part of:
FAULKNER'SService KINDS OF TOOLS, a political subdivision of the SE& of SWU of Section 29
State of Florida. Township 6 South, Range 22
Knives, Scissors Etc. Petitioner East, ..
All New VB lying within 40 feet of the survey .
Station Equipment RANDALL.CHITTV.. et al, line of State Road S-100-A, Sec- sr
I Defendants. tion 2857, said survey line being described -
CALVIN JOHNS :NOTICE OF 'U'LE NISI as follows: Begin on the
Phone 245 Temple Ave. NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN West line of Section 32, Township
,. ,. 465 N. Water St. I PROCEEDING: 6 South Range 22 East at a point NewFORD ,
,IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU- 155.2 feet South of Northwest corner -
_._ .. _. ..._. ... .n I I TIKmiTT OF THE STATE OF of Section 32, said point beingon
the arc of a curve concave to
the Southeasterly having a radius of
I'l 1809.34 feet; thence from a tangent
: I bearing of North 63 degrees, 20 min,
E36
1 22 sec. East run Northeasterly along RD1S
;,said curve through a central angleof 1
25 degrees, 28 min., 25 sec. a
distance of 804.43 feet to the end
,of said curve; thence North 88 de-
grees, 48 min., 47 sec. East 1901.94 .
,feet; thence North 89 degrees 52 :=:'
min., 09 sec. East 913.16 feet to intersect /
the centerline of Alton Road; 1
{Containing .45 acre, more or less
I.exclusive of the existing road rightof
way.
IS OWNED BY: Ira W. Andreu. a

ext-ra widower, Clarence Andreu and wife _: II
Gwendolyn Andreu. Cortez A. De- y-." -
__ Berry and wife Finly DeBerry, and f s r'
Grace A. Sorensen and husband .
John A. Sorensen, heirs at law of !
Amada Andreu, deceased. -

SRI :\0.16 Right Of Way I -- .
power That part of: tr : r
SWU of SEU, South of S.A.I
Railroad and West of Alton
Road In Section 29, Township
1 6 South, Range 22 East -
lying within 40 feet of the survey
line of State Road S-100-A, Sec-
tion 2857 said survey line being
described as follows: Begin on the
West line of Section 32, Township
LEADERSHIPCR0' 6 South, Range 22 East at a point
1-f 155.2 feet South of Northwest cor-
Continued sales ner of Section 32, said point beingon
:; the arc of a curve concave to
the Southeasterly having a radiusof

based on public/ / CONFIDENCE/ / gent 1809.34 bearing feet of: thence North from 63 degrees a tan-,

20 min.. 22 East
EXTR.v sec. run :Northeasterly
along said curve througha
central angle of 25 degrees 28 ..
.- ,: min., 25 sec. a distance of 804.43 A personal car of distii1ctione..with
S feet to the end of said curve
thence North 88 degrees. 48 mln..
47 sec. East 1901.94 feet; thence
North 89 degrees, 52 mln.. 09 sec. Trigger "Torque performance- e
East !913.16 feet to Intersect the
centerline of Alton Road: Con-
taining .30 acre more or less, exclusive -
; of the existing road rightof

IS way.OWNED BY: Hercules Powder Something totally fresh is here-a bewitching friction design And you can have tie

Company, a corporation.SRD new all-steel beauty that sets the styling Thunderbird with the transmission of your i)

r .- :No. 18 Right Of War C keynote for other Ford cars to come.choiceConventional, Overdrive, or new,

That part of: Speed-Trigger Fordomatic. ,
North 70 yards of East 140
yards of NEt; of NWV of Sec- S But, styling gives the merest hint of what a ....

tion 3%, Township 6 South the Thunderbird has to offer. In traffic and on Ford's Ball-Joint Front Suspension not only,
Range 22 East
pv lying within 40 feet of the purvey the open road the Thunderbird's Trigger- velvet-cushions your ride, it also allows the(

line 2$57,of. said State survey Road S-100-A.line being Section described Torque performance is literally a revelation. Thunderbird to handle with utmost ease-toYou' J

as follows: EVgin on the Here is hair-trigger response fleet, liquid comer with greatest stabi1 ity.
be deBghted at the wealth of convert-
West line of Section }:2, Township
6 South Range 22 East at a point lances the Thunderbird often.T'(co fop art agility backed by a reserve of swift, sure ,

155.2 feet South Northwest corner available: o disappearing fabric lop power to meet safety's every demand. TriggerBut., more Important, the Thunderbird Is
of Section 32, said point beingon I and an eaiy-to-Eft-on hard top. The extra- the of the same advanced engineer
Ford's product
the arc of a curve concato e performance stems from newThunderbird .
wide vinyl I upholstered Mat I It faamrubberorqu.
the Southeasterly having a radiusof the manufacturing skills that
same
4 Special V-8-a tigh-torque ing
1S09.34 feet; thence from a tan- cushioned power-operated way
gent bearing of North 63 degrees, Windows roll up by power, if you like. engine with 4-barrel carburetor, dual exhausts, have made Ford products so dependable, so

20 min., along 22 sec.said East curve run througha Northeasterly There U a tachometer. .. and a clock with a wide-opening valves and Ford's famous low- value-full and so desirable to so many.MADISON '
second hand. There b a telescoping
central angle of 25 degree, 23 mm, weep
25:i sec a distance of 04.43 feet to .(..ring wheel L And you con have power
the end of said curve; thence North leering and power brakes. .d w
88 degrees 48 min., 47 Sf'(,. East
CONFIDENCE is best expressed by increasing patronage. 1901.94 feet; thence North 89 degrees
52 min 09 sec. East 913.16 feet to
Southern motorists are confident higher-octane CROWN Interim the centerline of Alton'
1. Road; Containing .07 acre more or i
EXTRA gives them all the power their cars can develop, less, exclusive of the existing road
I. right of way. Come in today for r v
plus all the protection their engines need. This fact is IS OWNED BY: An undivided one- -.e'-s.- ,
half interest owned Nora
proved by its continuing sales leadership, month after Jones, a widow.is 237 W. 127th by Street completeillformation

month, in premium gasolines in the five states -Ala New Apartment York; and 13-C the, New unknown York heirs City,,

bama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Mississippi ants grantees by, through devises, and under other or against claim- y :

served by Standard Oil dealers.STANDARD having Handy Brymer acquired deceased.the other(Petitioner one-half @ < I

interest).

SRD >o. IT Right Of Way
That part of:
OIL COMPANY NE% of NW%. except the East I I
140 yards of the North 70 yardsof I
KINTUCKY) Section 32, Township South
Range 22 East. Andrews
lying within 40 feet of the survey Motor Co.
line of State Road S-100-A. Section
2857, said survey line being de-
scribed as follows: Begin on the
L J.JI West line of Section 32, Township
( South Range 22 East at a point
155.2 feet South of Northwest cor- & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLORIDA
I ner of Section 32. said point being



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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 12, 19M
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First Baptist WMU Yarbroughs Celebrate Kareen Colson Given Jimmy Kahr Plays I .

Has Program Meeting 35th AnniversaryMr. !Children's PartyLittle Accordian For TV II ALVAREZ: STORE Men's Clothing 1 l

Following LuncheonThe IlliI Established lS9.s
and Mrs. Silas P. Yar- Kareen Colson, three- And Church Programs !

First Baptist W.M.U. busi- brough of Raiford, celebrated their year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I I

ness-program meeting was held\thirty-fifth wedding anniversary at C. W. Colson, was the honored ;. I It Ie
Tuesday Oct. 19 at the recrea- their home on Sunday. OcL 17. I guest last Thursday afternoon, I II I !

tion room of the church. A cov- Receiving guests at the door was when her mother entertained at a -SPECIAL
Mooty ered dish luncheon was enjoyed'at Mrs. Robert Faulkner daughter of. delightful children's party in cele- I
Phone 35 noon. the honoree, Mrs. Harold B. Yar- bration of her birthday anniver- ,

Mrs. Lex Green, W J..l U. presi- brough, daughter-in-law, presided
I dent, presided over the business at the punch bowl assisted by Mrs..j sary.The Hallowe'en motif was carried xt
Senior And Junior Wo men's Clubs HighlightFall meeting. Reports were given by Lowell Yarbrough and Mrs. Jean! out In decorating for this lovely 21 INCH USED

Season With Rece ption For TeachersThe the committee chairmen. Mrs., L. Smith of Lake Butler. I affair. '
D. Haines closed the business Mrs. J. C. Yartmmgh was la Following an hour of games, the

outstanding.,social event, of B. Sewell Mrs. Lewis flames .Mrs. meeting with prayer. charge':v, f-JA sg_ be k.* Mjs/: Children were served ice cream.1.
the fall season was the reception R, F. Demorest, Mrs. John Torode, The Lorena Epperson Circle Leon Reafroe was In'charge of the 1 cake and punch, the refreshments 0095.
given by the-Starke Senior and Mrs. R. F Young Mrs. Tom Hard- presented the program. Mrs. gift room. I repeating the chosen motif. Favors T V ;

Junior Woman'i dubs Thursday ing, Mrs.,Frank Beard,;;Ddre:: Rus Charles Darby, program chair '. :Mr. and Mrs. Yarbroaga .' of miniature witches were .
night from( until JO' p.m. with the sell Norman' ;; Mrs. Dave Paulk, man gave the devotion stressingthe married in.Starke; They; have we,ro: I given to Kareen and her seventeen ,
teachers of the Starke Elementaryand Mrs R. U, Alvarez, ,Mri Herbert watchword of the 'w.Jd.U daughter Melba, of Jacksonville a jTiests.Mrs.. _
honored Mrs. -Prepare Ye the Way of the Colson was assisted in entertaining
Bradford. High Sd ool,as Thomas Mrs. Cecil Sewell, one .son Harold, of Raiford.
'" Lord." The theme of the They and serving by Mrs. J.
guests.1Th : Cora Quattlebaum, Mica ClaraIeaman programwas also have NEW WARRANTYCHAS.
; spacious club building, : Uisa.LUllaa:Stump, andMrs. "Make Straight a Highway Sharon and Shelia two grandchildren;;: C. Lauramore, Mrs. Clara,Mays' .

which lends itself so beautifully for. J. R. Kelly. for Our'God.." Those taking part: Raiford. Tarbrough.-* And Mrs. Gladys Colson. ;t13 ,
entertaining, 'was .decorated".with Pouring coffee during the evening on the program were Mrs Clara. "
artistic arrangements of orchid were Mrs A. Z..' Adkins, Hizen.: Mrs. Oma Cotton: Mrs.. A.i .Mr. Yarbrough is a retired fanner. -" St., Edwards; Society

gladioli, yellow mums and Gerber Honpt H. J Thomas Sr.. Mrs. L. N. cifI.
Mrs. C. J. Mrs. B. Pey- picker-I' I
Daisies, against' background of ing, Mrs. Nat Danket Plans Dance Saturday ttM'
ton, and Mrs. Arch Thomas ,Jr. Mrs.1 :' C. SHEPHERD
Lex Green. '
-palm Baptist TEL Class /: I
covered : The members of the St. Edward's -;,
Greeting guests at the door were

).{rs., L. H. Jennings, Mrs. C. H. broidered cloth and centered with Terry Dea Duke Meets With TeacherThe Hallowe'en Altar Society are giving I j I. TV Radio Seat Covers Upholstering ,
Futch and a masquerade dance ,
Nasworthy. Mrs.Mack a five branched candelabra holding Has Birthday T. E. L. Class of the First Saturday, Oct 23, at 8 in
PartyTerry
Mrs. H. H. Adams and introduc- p.m.
yellow candles. Completely surrounding Baptist Sunday School met on Oct.' I i r Starke, Fla.
the line the recreation hall for their I
ing them to receiving were and concealing the base 12 with its
I class teacher, Mrs. H..
Dea Duke, daughter of Mr. friends.
No admission
:Mrs. C. L. Scholl. Mra.S..G. Den charge.
.of the candelabra were orchid L
Hough, for its business 1
and Mrs. Glen Duke, celebrated her and soc-
Mrs. Clifford Hazen and I Jimmy Kahr 8, musidan
mark, gladioli, purple spikes, and yellow ial meeting with 12 members young
Mrs. E. L. Matthews. mums. Silver appointments completed eighth birthday anniversary Sat- present Beta Sigma Phi Holds :!'who has played his accordian lor Vote For '
of urday afternoon by having nine of TV audiences,
The receiving.lilie, composed the table arrangements. has made several
:Mrs., J. W. Kincaid, president of her little friends join her for a On entering, guests were served Meeting And Shower public appearances in this area
Dining room hostesses were: Mrs. theatre and punch and wafers. I i
the senior club; Mrs. Steve Simmons supper party. After the I He has appeared in recitals in '
president of the Junior club: Hogan Smith. Mrs. L. N. PickerIng The young people met at Terry opening prayer, members enjoyeda There will be a regular meetingof Keystone Heights and Gainesvilleand And Elect
I
Harmon of ,'Mrs. Paul Bridges, Mrs. F. J. Dea's house at 4 p.m. and attended social hour; Mrs. Garl Mathewsand Gamma Theta Chapter, Beta
Morgan, superintendent has
public instruction, and Mrs Morgan Pellum, Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs. the movie after which they were Mrs. J. E. Futch conducted a Sigma Phi Sorority, Monday. Oct. I churches.played at a number of I I

Charles S. Partin, principal Vernon Silcox, Miss Louise Stern, entertained at supper at the El I word contest, won by Mrs. D. W. 25, at 8 p.m. at the home of Bar- I
; He is the son of Mr. !
Miss Ross, Mrs. Ewell Moore. and Mrs.
Dorothy Rancho by Mrs. Mayme Phillips. bara Barksdale with Minnie Lou
of Bradford High School, and '
Lawson, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Louie Kahr of Earleton and has YOUR FRIEND
Mrs. Partin and Thomas P. Nol- Following supper the children returned Mrs. Mathews, assisted by others, Patray as co-hostess.
; L. O. Hazen, Mrs. Maxie Carter, studied for a year and a half under i|
After
the
to Terry Dea's where Mr. led the Bible study, business meeting,
in, principal of Starke Elementary using as her
Mrs. J. L. '
Mrs. Richard Chambers, Mrs. },{. Stallings of Earleton.
School, and Mrs. NoUn stood in the and Mrs. Duke served ice cream theme, "Hindrances to Christian there will be a stork shower for
W. Cressler, Mrs. J. R. Chasteen, and cake. assisted in Hazel Green. He is in the fourth grade at the
They were Growth.

lounge unusual mantel against piece was of the centered driftwood large fireplace.The with, holding an-. Mrs.Ritch,Doyle Mrs. Conner Harry,Hatcher Mrs. ,T.Mrs.O. G.. serving Phillips and and Miss entertaining Gail'Duke.by Mrs. .L.The Brownlee.hostess served, assisted the by guests Mrs an H. Army Adopts New, Waldo W.Jimmy School.is the nephew of Mrs.' ;I I I W.( H. (BILL) NOEGEL

L. Haynes Jr., and Mrs. John A color scheme of pink and : I A. Stern of Starke, Mrs. Chris .
of seasonal old 1iioned.
{fan arrangement I fried l chicken: dinner,
flowers. Yellow candles and greenery Anderson. green was .carried out in decorating buffet style. Specialist ProgramFor Newbern of Gainesville, and '}'lrs.1
Salon music was played thoughout the birthday cake and also' in Robert Dodd of Keystone Heights. i
added a further decorative note Later, Mrs. R A.: Thomas, class Atomic Weapons
the evening. the miniature baskets which held -
to the manteL president presided over a business 1 TO YOUR
Special hostesses for the eveningwere I About 150 guests called. daring 'vari-colored mints. Paper had-re- meeting at: which time a check for: The splitting of the ,atom has First Presbyterian ;:
Mrs., K. G. ,Duncan, Mrs W the appointed hours.Wpmans peating the color! motif were given
: $10 gift was voted a member whois created the greatest revolution: Holds
as favors. I II Family Night
illj .The president-, in closing science and since
technology

the
I CITY COUNCIL
'hose enjoying this delightful affair
-
Club Hears.Of Oriental Customs
prayer. invention of the steam engine. The congregation of the FyysPresbyterian t
I with the honoree were Kathleen .
From Mrs. R. H.. Kelly At: Regular Meeting Thomas. Lee Moorer, Marie. Today, your United States must I Church will have -a

Mioore.. Sally., Ann, Ennrsnnleva .... .- a.m.! WSCS Holds Regular have technical specialists with I Family Night Supper next Tqes- Let's Make
-- -- ------ -- Them Know It's
:Mrs. R. H. Kelly of Melrose town. They were accompaniedat Le, ROM Marie Starling! nuclear know-how to meet the day October 26, at 7 p. m. at.the;
spoke to members of the Starke the piano by Mrs. Canova. Martha Susan Ritch, Lucian Pre-Meeting At Church needs of the atomic age. Through: Sunday School Building in observ

Woman's Club on the customs and During the business meetingMrs. vatt, and Joe Gardner.Mrs the Atomic Weapons Support Program ance of Church Extension Season. Your City Government

manners of China, Japan, and the J. W. Kincaid, president, conducted program men are trained in these: Church Extension Study Book..
Philippine Islands on Wednesday the business session, Mrs. t courses: Electrical Technician Assembly ."Our Cities for Christ" will be je-
afternoon' of last week at the regular W. B. Sewell, recording secretary, John Stroud WSCS was held Monday afternoonat (Mechanical); ElectronicTechnician viewed briefly, and following this Meet Me At City Hall Next Tuesday-
-
club meeting. Throughout her transacted her duties, and Mrs. Honored At Coffee three o'clock in the church sans ; Nuclear Technician.If I review Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Sho-

talk Mrs. Kelly displayed items of Cora Quattlebaum, treasurer, gave tuary with the president, Mrs. E. you are a high school graduate I walter. of the Arlington Presbyterian CITY ELECTION DAY
interest from her large personal the financial report Mrs. Kin- Mrs. John Stroud of Cienfuegos, K. Perryman, presiding.: and can meet certain physical and Church Jacksonille, wile
collection. The speaker, who has caid also introduced Mrs. J. A. Mc- Cuba, guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Plans for the Week of Prayer educational qualifications You ar talk about the church ext 'nsJon Win Or Lose I Am Always,
spent several years in the Orient, Dowall of Keystone Heights, a Slade was honored Wednes- were given in detail by Mrs. I. P. eligible for this training training opportunities in that
Life city. A special
Shepherd Chairman.Mrs.
able to give first hand infor- personal friend of Mrs. Kelly. when Mrs. Slade Spirtual
was day morning entertained which will prepare You for a will
offering be received for
W. G. Haile
mation on the customs of the yellow Mrs. F.; B. Beard, chaplain, gave at an informal coffee literature and secretary of, future as promising as atomic: Home Missions in the SuwannePresbytery e Your friend,
publications and
race. Her informal manner of the devotional. from 10 until 11 a.m. at her homeon energy itself.
speech, interspersed with humorous -. Following the business and pro Kingsley Lake. publications and Mrs. W. L. Blair Atomic training is wide open to :
incidents, held her listeners' gram meeting Mrs. Adkins and Giant arrangements of colia and presented a humorous skit on the :!You. For additional information, BILL NOEGEL
"Methodist Woman"
rapt attention. At the conclusionof Mrs. Beard presided at the tea small vases of verbena were usedin Outlook." and "World I contact your local U. S. Army Re- TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS.

her talk Mrs. Kelly presentedfour table which was covered with a decorating the lower floor of Mrs. C. D. Williams, Mrs.. Hen- Bruiting Sergeant at the local S rings, $1.50. Bradford County Tel P.S.-I LEFT MY PICTURE OUT ON PURPOSE
members the Little Wom- white linen cutwork cloth and
of cen- the Slade's spacious home. I Draft
Board each 10
Tuesday at egraph.
Club Babs Lance Joanne tered with silver tureen eritta Hunt, and Mrs. L. D. Green I
en's a holdinga During the morning'Mra. Stroud, .
,had a m. -
Slade and and Joan Scholl, beautiful of fall who is charge of the combined worship J. .
Joyce arrangement a missionary to Cuba, told : -
and program ;: 'i''T: = : ; : :: =: : : :_
as their _
who modeled wearing apparel typical -: flowers, roses and Gerber Daisies many interesting experiences of using I '.....yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
for the
topic afternoon "The Assembly

of the Orient. predominating. her work.
Mrs. Kelly was introduced by Mrs. R. F. Young chairman of Guests invited to meet Mrs. of the Woman's Divisionof

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, a past presI- conservation, had charge of the Stroud were a few intimate friends ,Milwaukee.the WSCS" that met in May in HEILBRONN

dent of the club, and at present meeting and was assisted by Mrs. ot Mrs. Slade who are connected
membership chairman.Mrs. James Lewis, co-chairman, Mrs. with the WSCS of the Methodist (, By Mrs. Anrel NormanaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAA .
L. A. Canova had chargeof Vasco Hazen, Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, Church. WSCS Observes I
the music for the afternoon and Mrs. F. F. Stump, Miss Dorothy

presented Bobbie Bastedo, Lynell Ross, Mrs. C. H. Frazier, Mrs. Ed Social Hour Ends Week Of PrayerThe J. S. Sapp and E. S. Sapp were IT IS UNLAWFULFor

Dodd and Carolyn Crews, who sang Simpson, Mrs. Frank Beard and visitors to Gainesville Friday.
"Japanese Sandman" and China- Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. Busy Week For BPWA Week of Prayer and Self Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach of Jack-
Denial of the Methodist
I I WSCS will t
sonville and sister, Sandra Car-
BP\V Held Business (IEastern Star Honors full week of activities last .26 be observed at 10 with Tuesday Mrs. morning Robert ,Som-Oct. michael were visiting Mr. and
week the Starke Business and
Florida Grand by mer as conductor. Mrs. Ted Shultz and new baby I
AdahThe The ,
Meeting MondayThe ProfessionalVomen's Club observed Guild will
national BPW Week. The- !meet at 7:30: that night. I son of Miami during the weekend. Any Person or Persons to Engage
Starke Business and Professional Order of the Eastern Star The joint program meeting of the Glad to see LeRoy Norman
met and I
Women's Club met Oct. honored Majorie Driggers of Lake attended group St.Sunday Edward's morning Catholic WSCS and the Guild will be held home from the hospital in Orlando.Mr. I .

18 at St. Edward's Recreation Hall Butler Grand Adah of the Grand Wednesday night at 7:30 with Mrs.C. and Mrs. Dewey Warren and
Church in a body. Joe Arnold was I Business
for a business meeting, with Pres- Chapter of Florida, at its regular host to the group for breakfast at D. Williams in charge. I children of Starke were visitingthe Under A Fictitious Name Unless

ident Pat Lamb, presiding.A meeting held Monday evening in the Gold House Restaurant. All services will be held in the LeRoy Normans Sunday p. m.Mr. .
,
report was mkde on the num- the Masonic Temple. The hall waS club .I church sanctuary. and Mrs. Barney Eggers
Monday the registered volunteers -
ber of tickets sold to date, on the beautifully decorated for the oc- for a Ground Observance !I I and children of Jacksonville were The Name Is
mixer that Is on display In Koch's casion. Post to be set. up in Starke soon. I'Gleaners i Class visiting relatives in this community Registered
Drug Store window. Tickets may Distinguished guests from Lake Posters were displayed around the during the weekend.It's .
be purchased from any member of Butler Gainesville, Waldo and Chamber of Commerce Building Meets Monday Night a girl for the Bobby Whites. I

the club. Drawing date will be an- Mlcanopy attended the meeting calling attention to the urgent The little lady has been named

nounced later.Announcement. after which a social hour was en- need of a Civil Defense Post in "Gleaners Class" of the First Sharon Kay. __ i .
was made of the joyed. Starke. Sgt. Hancel Duke and Baptist Church, Mrs. Mona Can- The Heilbronn Hallowe'en Carnival -

2nd District meeting to be held inTake Sgt. Joseph Griffin, of Jacksonville I ova teacher, announces change of will be held Tuesday, October

City on November 14. Place Mr. And Mrs. Quigley assisted members of the Club I time for its class meeting. The 26. Come out and help make thisa Read This Florida Law
ot the meeting will be announced during the day. meeting will be held Monday night, great success.
later. Give Informal DinnerMr. St. Tobiassen, of Jacksonville, Oct. 25, at the home of Mrs. Guy

Mrs. T. F. will be in Starke, October 27, Sale with Mrs. James Lewis us I "It shall be unlawful
Howell was a guestof and Mrs. J. T. Quigley en- : to co-hostess. Recent Birth: for any person or persons, &g defined herein, to
:
the Club. Hostesses were Mar show a picture to the High School i
tertained informally at dinner engage in businesS'as herein defined, under fictitious
a
ion Howe and Helen Harley. ; I: Seniors during assembly, of the Mr. and Mrs. E. Leslie Sapp, of'' name as herein defined

Thursday their niece night,of Mrs.last Ed week Silvernailand honorIng Ground Observance Corps activi- Recent Births: Ganesville, announce the arrival of without and'unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

Wesleyan GuildThe two daughters Wynn and Jennie ties. A later date will be set up I a daughter, Laura :Marie, on Oct. clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business
for instructions to the volunteers. I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lee 6 in the Alachua County Hospital.Mr. .
who recently returned to the Stevens is, with registration. shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid
Wesleyan Service Guild will! States from Trieste Present Wednesday evening ten mem- of Lawtey, announce the birth and Mrs. Sapp are former an affidavit
meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 the hosts and honor with bers met at the B. and G. Restau- of a son born Oct. 6 at the residents of Starke. Mrs. Sapp signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of

p-m. in the recreation hall of the Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn guests and were L. rant for dinner and a social hour. Doctor's Clinic Hospital in Starke; was Miss Pat Selg, prior to her 311'those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the in-

First Methodist Church. J. Wynn. I marriage. II terest of each anjflhe fictitious
Starke Garden Club name under which said business is carriedon.

: Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring

Ask To See Will Meet MondayStarke to engage in business,under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

IDEAL SAW Garden Club will hold its their intention to register: said fictitious name at least once a week for four

New Plurge Bow regular monthly meeting Monday, ROUND AND SQUAREDANCING ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the
FOR 1-MAN Oct. 25, at 7:30: p.m. at St. Marks |! I county
AttachmentOregon where said registration is to be made and
L Parish House. | said registration shall not be

LOGGINGYes Mrs. R. F. Young will have a :' I accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of
discussion on the planting and such publication.
the light-weight McCullocb care of fall bulbs. Plans will be '
Model 4-30( Chain Saw is one of the made for entertaining District 5'';

best felling in bucking the business and limbing for one-man up to Chain of the Federation of Garden Clubsin I If you are engaged in business under

5' timber. It's got rugged power and Available For All Starke on Nov. 3. All members!J : any name
is packed with features.Comes with are urged to attend. |I II I I

straight blades from 14" to 4T, or Makes Of Saws Hostess for the evening will be II' j
15' bow, all interchangeable. It's Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. Claude i i Every other than and have

"money own and in use your this pocket"wonder when one-man you I'Crowson and Mrs. J. D. Seymour J J{I r 4 your own, not had this name


logging tool;a trial will convince you. Only !Little Women Held i j FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 4 advertised and
properly
will
WEIGHS/ ONLY 30 IBS. $321.00 First Meeting TuesdayMembers : I registered, we be
WITH 14" BLADE ilcuhrDtN DeliveredTry .


a tour out placeyou'be the1JCCulloch Model(.30 z I picies organization of the of Starke the under Woman's Little the Women Club aus-,, J Jan NIGHT I glad to give you all necessary Information as to


the judge. enjoyed a covered dish supper at
the club house last Tuesday nightat
six o'clock. what you should do.

This affair was the first meet- THE
ing since the charter members

, voted the 14 new members into the

club.Mrs. NEW\ KINGSLEY BEACH BRADFORD
: FLORIDA SAW COMPANY C. J. Houpt, sponsor of the COUNTY TELEGRAPHc
group, was present with the young
2727 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville Fla. girls on this delightful occasion.It I

I -And- was announced that the next ADM. SOc

I 1927 N. Marion St. Phone 1675 Lake City, Fla. I.meeting will be held Tuesday night II
I I iat 7 o'clock at the club house. 1-:

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.FRIDAY. OCTOBER n. 1954 __ .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PAGE FIn

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'flsr_ t.gfl_ srj-rg-s sn-s ssra-srsss-_ I Mrs. and daughter, Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf Clerk
Circuit
-s snra-e .Mrs. Harold Hazelwood and Mrs. Harry Lappe spent Court. leach week for four consecutive By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
of Gainesville spent Sun- last week in Jasper with her, Leon County, Florida. i weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
< U v Paul C. Hutchins will attend the i Beverly, By H. D. Fryer, Deputy Clerk. ,g aph. 101 % it 11/1%
here Mr. and Mrs.J. mother, Mrs. R. Koolbeck. -
State Beautician Convention in St day visiting 10/22 3t 115OTICE .I Dated this 20 day of October 1954.

Petersburg: on :Monday. L. Anderson and family. i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby NOTICE TO APPEAR .
Mr. and Mrs. > I Clerk of the Circuit Court la Cirealt Coart. Bradford C.uRCy.
Harry Cole, of:i Invitation for Bid 'Py Marian
icTHE j U Crosby, Deputy Clerk Florida la Caaacerr- '
Miss Agnes Lawson, a student Ernest Morris of Pompano [Grand Rapids, Mich., were week-I Materials, lumber, hardware. electrical 101:::% it 11/12 Mabel Seed. Plaintiff. vs. Milton
plumbing and
roofing
concrete -
Seed Defendant
at FSU in Tallahassee, spent the; spent a few days here this week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. for constructing four bays approximately -I NOTICE T1 ATPEAR 1 Case No. 10-721

NEWS weekend here with her parents, visiting his son-in-law and daughter Barksdale.Mrs. and 2500 sq. ft on Unit 3 !n Clreait C..rt. Bradford Couty ".tlft To Afacari

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. doors enclosing on south with side, about metal 800 with sq. !,[Harry Florida L. Ginsberg la Caaaecry., Plaintiff, vs. and To:address Milton Seed.is: I486 whose Vyse residence Avenue ,

W. B. Mundy is redecorat- i'ft. on same building, also wiring for ,Esther Ginsberg, Defendant. c/o Mania Fusco. Near 172nd Street.
heavy duty Unit 1 and Unit J complete I Eronx,
----- -- I re--, d M-Sgt and Mrs. Bob Long, of Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. Cora ing her store and is adding a with panels and meters, Votive T. Aa *ar. Case No. 10-720 Ton are New hereby York notified that a I
-t
-A Ft Benning, Ga., were weekend L Quattlebaum, and Mrs. Lemuel balcony which will be used as herpri'ate ,Starke State Farmers Market I To: Esther Ginsberg, whose resi suit for I'
Mrs. P. W. Hurst of Hifflard, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid left Colson offi : Starke. Florida. and/or invitation dence and address is: Unknown Divorce custody control and
Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,Gene M. attended an area meetingof e for bids for contractors to do the You of
are support minor
hereby child
spent Friday here with her 'sister for 'a visit in Tampa with her Long. the United Church Women of above In line with present building nit tor notified' that a baa been lied against you tn th.

Mrs. Roy Edwards. brother-in-law, sister.. Mr.. and |Florida in. Jacksonville last Thursday State For details In either case, write Divorce ct>ov. named Court and cause and
.. i' Four New Bays Farmers !Market Box 1191, has been tiled against yon In the you are required to serve a copy of
Mrs. C. C. Hoppe. Mrs. tKichard Steele, of San at the First Presbyterian Winter Haven, Florida phone 3S66. above named Court ttnd cause and your aaiwer or Ilea111to) tM
Mr.:and Mrs. !,.If. Dyer, Of FtMyers Antonio, Texa*, was the weekend Church. Needed: .By Market 10/22 Zt 10/2) yon are required to serve a copy of complaint on the PlalzUi T.
; were guests Tuesday and Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton guest NOTICE your answer or pleading the complaint Attorney T. Frank Laadruin.'
ober. brother and sister- I on the Plaintiffs Starke. Florida
Wednesday. of .J.Mr. and,'' Mrs-* '* F,..>te had u' guests Tuesday, Mrs. Mid- in-law. to Rer..and .Mrs!,C W. S. DK-2 Lyle Anderson and Mr. : ).{. R. Judd manager of the Materials. Uvitatloa lumber.',f.hardware r BU electric -I I T.Florida Frank Landrum, Starke Attorney the and file Clerk the.original f the Circuit la the office cf

Brown. Ji{.' "+* leton's eiste?. Mrs;-Mae Jones, and McA1ile);. On Sunday Mr. .and Anderson and their children left Stark Farmers Market reports !, plumbing. roofing and eons I I! and rue the original In the trlc, of f .befor tilt Court onr

),{ra. Fannie Wood of Jacksonville. Mrs!: Mc'AUley and Mrs. Steele yesterday for Columbia, S. c., thajtubids, for constructing four proximately crete for nstructing gO'slir, also a. building bid for Ap Installing I or the before Clerk,-of the Circuit Court oa 22 day of November. 1S4;
otherwise
Mri A. Z. Adkins and her, sister, were Joined 'for .dinner by Dr. and for a week's visit with Mrs. Anderson's new bays consisting of about 6" well including pump pipe.' 1954; otherwise the 22 the day allegations of November Comolaint the will !allegations>. tak n ai coafcn-of aal&

Mrs. John Love Wilkw,. spent the Wr. and Mrs:!, Robert C. Barks Mrs. L. Kokomoor 4nd. hildren grandmother, Mrs. J. M. 2.50Q.sq.! ft. .are being advertised and accessories functioning necessary, and/or Invitation for complete said Complaint will be taken u of ,sd by you-

weekend in GaineavWett1th' Mr: ;dale' entertained at a' family dinner and* Mrs.. F.: M. Kokomoor, all' of Smith. From ,there they will goo by the State Farmera Markets. for-.bids'for contractors to construct: 'I confessed This notice by)'OIL-ball be one Thisnotice each week shall for four b consecutive publish!

and Mrs., Fred Guy and Mrs. J. C. party Sunday honoring Mr. Gainesville. i ; Chincoteague Va., where Mr; r Judd* said the new construction ers t hA>Market building.Brooker Brooker Florida.SlateFarm. For i one,reeks each week for tear ooaMcotr patllibw rrapb.wekllD the Bradford County Tel.! .
-: in
the
Adkins respectively. Barksdale's mother, Mrs. C. G. I Anderson will be stationed.Mr. will provide new operating space: details la either ease, write''State graph.Datedthis. Bradford County Tele Dated this 20 day of October 1054-

Barksdale who celebrated her The Rev. W. SrMcAliley and O. for Tommy Morris., buyer. Haven Farmers Market. Box 1181. :i.Wit. r ) 20 day of October '195. (OFFICIAL* SEAL) Charles A. Dan
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Florida, 3666. .
Phone
(OFFICIAL Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mr.
8BAL
and Mrs. Walter. Vander. tirthday anniversary" at-this time. F., Stanaberry attended the fall and Mrs. Joseph Thomas and 10/22 :t .10/89 Clerk of)the Charles A. Party By Marian U Crosby Dcouty Clerk. '
Circuit
lip and daughter Dawn,' of Atlanta Other guests, in addition to the meeting of the Suwannee Presby- family of Crescent City were Sunday !. The Circuit Court Of Th- Seeomi NOTICE TO ATTEAB : Court. 18/:: 4t H/lt
Ga
arrived Tuesday to hosts and honoree, were Mr. tery in McIntosh Tuesday guests of Mrs. Thomas' brother JudlrUl Ch: alt Of The html* Of (. Circuit Ctoprt. Bradford C_.ty
spend a month with Mrs. Vander- FUrkU. !. Ami For Lees i !. FbaBcerr.
Barksdale, Mrs. Lula Mott, and and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.S. Ceea7.L
'I .aura Elizabeth Cauthen. Plaintiff,
lIp a brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cole cf Mrs. Margaret Walters, of Dublin G. Denmark. I. ChBBrrrr.FLORIDA STATE IMPROVEMENT v s.. Cecil S. Cauthen Defendant.

and Mrs. Harry Mooty. Mr. Van- \Grand Rapids, Mich. Gar was the guest'' several I COMMISSION an Agency of the Case No. 10-722
I State of Florida, Petitioner, .V.tl<<'e T. A.'....
will
derlip travel throughout the days l&t week of Mr. and Mrs. Acting Governor and Mrs. C. E. vs. To: Cecil S. Cautben, whose residence Who Was

tate.for ,the Roberts' Company.Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. 1. D. Vhiing.... Johns of Tallahassee spent the STATE OF FLORIDA, et al.. Re- and address is: Unknown. .
Your are hereby notified that a
spent the weekend in Orlando with i weekend at their home and while hpondents. RiLE XISI suit for divorce "

Daisy Perryman who has Mrs. Carter's parents, Mr. andMrs. Mrs.H. H. Adams spent Tuesday here attended the FloridaKent t IN THE NAME AND ET THE AU-, has been filed against you In the '

spent the past six weeks in Black- J. B. Spencer. with Dr. Adams at Camp tucky: game in Gainyj1ttur.! FLORIDA THORITY: OF THE STATE OF you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of HARMON

shear, Ga.. with her son-inlaw and I Gor on:-Augusta, Ga. day afternoon. TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA your answer or pleading to the complaint -

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mr. and Mrs.: A. -* JCl/ fJ AND THE TAXPAYERS PROPERTY on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Q. Fillingim OWNERS AND CITIZENS OFTHE T. Frank Landrum. Starke, i,
Moore returned Sunday and was of Palatka, were guests Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wheeler :Mrs. W. B. Mundy and daughter STATE OF FLORIDA AND OF Florida

,accompanied home by Mr. and of Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner. and son.of Kansas City, :Mo., were Jean, were business visitors in I INCLUDING.BRADFORD COUNTY NON -, RESIDENTS FLORIDA,i' of and the file Cle.-k the of original the Circuit In the Court office on I

Mrs. Moore, who spent the day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cham Jacksonville Monday. OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECTTO or before the :22 day of November MURRAY
here. Miss Ann Johns pion last week.PaulnKnight. TAXATION THEREIN; ALL 1951; otherwise the allegations of I .
I and Miss June
said ,
PROPERTY OWNERS. TAXPAY Complaint will be taken as
--- Knight, roommates at FSU in Rep. and Mrs. Marvin Rowell,, ERS. CITIZENS AND OTHERS HAV1N(1 confessed by you. 1.i

TROUBLE SHOOTINGA Tallahassee spent the weekend spent several daysin of Stuart, were guests a few days I TITLE OR OR CLAIMING INTEREST ANY IN RIGHT SAID This notice shall be oubllshed once I

SPECIALTY here with Miss Johns' parents I. KeYl;West this week. last week of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. COUNTY OR THE TAXABLE PROP-

Joe Martinez Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr. n* 'ancher. ERTY THEREIN OR INTEREST; .. .
IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED
I Tillman McIntosh of Deland and I THROUGH THE ISSUANCE BY THE JUk to Jii til ami set Sixty-five years ago the mere mention of his
Electrician' Mr. and Mrs. L. A. pavis and Mrs. J. W. McIntosh Jr. and Mr.. and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf FLORIDA STATE UIPRQVEMENTCOMMISSIOl name

Do Any Kind Of Mrs. Dell Colley spent severaldays daughter, Becky Jo of Jacksonville Jr. had as their guests last week, STATE OFFLORIDA.. AN AGENCY. OP OF THE THE made women, turn pale and strong men tremble through.

last week in Atlanta Ga. spent Sunday with M '. and Mrs. Holtzendorf's parents, Mr REVENUE BONDS HEREINAFTER ,
Electrical Repair Mrs. JI W. McIntosh, Sr. I and Mrs. P. D. Danniel MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIL''-", out North Florida. In 1891 his bloody trail brought
of Miami., ED, OR IN ANT>WAY TO'BE AF.
House Wiring ,Etc. A. Z. Adkins Jr. has been appointed tf 1 FECTED THEREBY: ,him to Starke and
.
State of .
the
each ot
0 to the State Board of Law Mr. and Mrs. T. Juisters of Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. Perkins,Floridarthroogh You. foIId; the you Stat Attorney -

When in Trouble Call Me Examiners. The appointment i* Wauchula! spent the weekend with pent Sunday in Gainesville visit of tIle Second Jtwllcial Circuit of L .

Phone Laura good for four years. He succeeds their son Lewis" Juisters. Ing Mrs. Mary Prichard, and attended cuit Florida.of'Florida, and the are Eighth hereby Judicial required Cir i .. ....... .

1S'f.l; at.Park St Clarence E. Brown of Lake City. .-1. i services at the V. A. Chapel:l_ to appear'before-- this Court at the <. .., ,,,,5mrnjo But that's oneof the many.fascinating stories
Court House )Tallahassee Floridaon .
Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez ,in Lake
City 'Sunday afternoon. 1)54.af .
the 18th' day of November,
were'ih Orlando last Vreek at- I 19:00: o'clock in the forenoon and you'll ,read in the
=: tendiniT the funeral of their son- Mrs. E. show cause, if any you have, why Big 75th Anniversary Issue
M. Hazen of Brooker,, the, prayer of the Petition filed in '
in-law Richard McGuire, who died is spending two weeks here with I the above titled cause should note of The
'ELECTA oral&art. attackTuesday, Oct. 8. her two sons and daughter-in-laws;' b graftted' and the''revenue bonds Telegraph, off the press Nov. 12
therein described/and/ the proceedings
JMrspa Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Mr authorlzl lgo the Issuance thereof
Harold Bullock is continuing and Mrs. M. F. Hazen.' be validated and confirmed, said
revenue bends to. ,be Issued by the ]
the second week of Evan- Petitioner herein in {he aggregate Subscribe
RESIDENT OF STARKETO i now and receive this
gelistiJ meetings at RiversideGospeJiI'abernacle Mrs. Frank Hollingsworth and :000)sum of to One-Million be designated Dollars, dated(1000., and* memorable issue as a

in Jacksonville. daughter, Penny, spent the week .numbered, in denominations of and bonus with your subscription at no'extra chargfe.:
riRemand to mature as follows:
end in Gainesville I
as guests of PHOTO GREETINGS
IMPROVEMENT
"FLORIDA STATE
:Mrs. Howard S. Bushof Mrs. Hollingsworth's brother-in- : COMMISSION. RADFORDL'OUNTY Copies on newstands and at our office will be 25c each,

Lakeland, and Mr. and Mrs. law ROAD REVENUE BONDS"to
and sister
Mr. and Mrs.
Alan E. E. be dated the first day of November Distinctive and different the wrapped in special wrapper for mailing if
REPRESENTYOU Gingrich of New Kensington Cellon, and Sunday afternoon they 1954 numbered 1 to 1000. bothInclusive you desire.

Penn. were guests in the homeof attended the 50th wedding anni i in denominations of: new, smaller Card-ette greet.
Jl.OOd: each, and to mature in numerical .
Ret. and Mrs. H. E. Bullock versary of Mrs. Hollingsworth'suncle t order as follows, to wit: ing cards will give a bright,

: this week. M. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. $Amount 5,003 November Maturity 1. Date 1957 new look to your photo- I 4,000 COPIES
Dyess, in Campville. 10.000 November 1. 195S!
t4r : AS YOUR Among those attending the I 10,000 November I, 1959 graphic Christmas cards.

Florida-Kentucky football game in j. Friends of Mrs E. M. Silver- 45,000 30,000 November November I.1. 1961 1960 Card-ettes are 4'/ix4'A'in' size.

.a Gainesville Saturday afternoon!Iwere'Mr. nail, 50,000 November 1. 1962
H ; CITYCOUNCILMAN formerly Miss Mary Lee Order your cards early.

r = : and Mrs. Jimmy Moore, Wynn and children, Wynn and I 50.000 sa,000.November November I 1., 1964 1963 ..
I Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith, Mr. Jennie, will be interested to know 55,1)00 November 1. 1965 Bradford County Telegraph75th
anr Mrs. Stanley. Noegel Major that 60,0t)0!) )( November 1. 1966 BULLINGTONSTUDIO
they have returned from 65000; November 1. 1967 .
Harry Hatcher, Mr. and Mrs. !Trieste and are living on Hampton I 70,000 November 1. 1969'

.,. ...- Isn't it just good business James Seymour and sons, Douglas Lake. Capt. Silvernail is in Germany 7 70,000.000 ; November November 1.1, 1968 1970 & GIFT SHOP YEAR ESTABLISHED
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and Harold. Judge and Mrs. E. K. and will remain 80,000 November 1. 1971 1879
-e 1 to choose: a man to I overseas for
Perryman, Comer 85,000 November 1, 1972
Perryman. Judge another
& handle the affairs of year. 90,000 November 1. 1973 Starke. Fla.
and Mrs. G.
I L. Patten and son 95,000 November 1, 1974
\4; 2 1 your city: who resides in George. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova Mrs. J. R. Chasteen aggregating the sum of One Million
I the city: and who nature and son, J. Dollars ($1.000,000) and bearing interest
and fvnily. Rep. Doyle Conner, Roy, and Mrs. Harry Hatcher and payable semi-annunally. on I' c I
ally has common interest Mr. aid Mrs. Thomas Nolin, Mr. son Harry Jr., the 1st day of May and on the 1st :-
spent the first day of November of each at the I ';
Y'with all the other homeowners year
and Mrs.
:, J. B. Dick, Mr. and Mrs. of the week at St. Augustine lowest rate obtainable whenthe
I .i_ and residents of Bill Powell, James Lewis Vernon Beach in Mrs. H. L. same are sold, provided that such

our town? It seems so to me, and I believe you will Silcox Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Holli- cottage, while their Brownlee's husbandswere greater bonds shall rate not than bear FIX interest per centum at a MAKE KOCH YOUR HEADQUARTERSFOR

agree if you give the matter your most serious consid-: day, Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr., away on business. Mr. Chas. price(6%) per that annum the net or interest be sold cost at such to

Harold Hazelwood Paul C. Hut- teen was a business visitor to St. the Commission shall exceed .six
eration. I appeal to to think this before elec-
you over chins Mr. and Mr. Arch ThomasJr. Louis, Mo. while Major Hatcherwas per centum (6%; ) to the date of the

tion day, October 26, and I am confident you will decide .. Arch Thomas Sr., Mr. and transacting business in Miami. : particular respective maturities description thereof of said a more re- YOUR .

to cast your vote for Mrs. Bob Turner Mack McGriff, ,I venue bonds appearing by reference >
II to said resolution I
authorizing
Chris Carratt, Lou Green, Acting Mr. and Mrs. J. L Ray of I certified copy of which is attached ,

Governor and Mrs. C. E. Johns Dayton, Ohio, are visiting their to and made part of the Petition i'
herein. This Rule Nisi is to be published -
Jerome Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Steve son-in-law and daughter, :Mr. and in the Bradford County Telegraph |
Simmons. Mr. an Mrs. Truman I Mrs. C. W. Colson. a newspaper published in

J Eweillaws n Norman. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. the Bradford Tallahassee County.Democrat Florida. a and newspaper in- I

Hobbs :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hull Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletonand published in Leon County.
Florida if form and manner as required -
Leonacd
Register and about
Miss Madge Middleton visited by Chapter 75.06. FloridaStatutes.
twenty of the Bradford football the Stephen Foster Memorial in .

A RESIDENT AND HOME-OWNER OF STARKE squad, Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt, White Springs, Sunday afternoon. hassee DONE Leon AND County.ORDERED Florida at Talla-this

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson, and 14th day of October A.D.. 1954.!
(OFFICIAL SEAL) W May Walker
Miles.
Billy Little Jane Adams
j spent Friday Circuit Judge
with A true copy
night Linda Huggins. who

.... I Friends of Mrs. Carl M. Hunter was' celebrating her 8th birthday Geo Attest.0: Crawford, I WE ARE I
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'n. _- _- __-- ,--- -- __ __ ---._.-- --.. -- .-'., i will regret to learn of the death anniversary. Friday night, Linda I I I SUPPLIES S
lot her mother. Mrs. John Clardy, I NEVER UNDERSOLD.
and Jane, -
of accompanied by Linda's I; 4r, :._ J.E.li. ,. __ __UILpinj1 I
| Zephyrhills early Tuesday parents Mr. and Mrs. George Hug-j I

1 morning. Funeral services were gins, and the other members of

i held Wednesday afternoon in their I I
family and John Adams at-

I Zephyrhills. tended "Gone With the Wind" at I HALLOWE'EN "' SAVE/ -- S A V E /

I the Drive In in Gainesville. I .
Dedicated To Service
Community FLA.J
Mrs. Albert Lee is spendingthis l
""Movk Are Better Than Ever" On TheseSPECIAL
week, with relatives in Lake- Friends of Mrs. Pate Gassett
land, aa. Fri.. Sat., Oct. 22 23
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I will regret to learn that she is PUMPKINS
J DOUBLE FEATURE I
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS Mr. and Mrs. Walter confined to St. Vincent's Hospitalin J S
Brown of
Jacksonville, where.she under- BATTLE CIRCUS

Sun., Mon., and Tues. Daytona Beach were guests Sun- went a major operation'Tuesday.Mrs. .
day of :Mr. and Mrs. 1 I With Unmphjrey Bogart and June
I A. C. Durden
Sat., Oct. 23 ONLY AT REGULAR Oct. 24, 25 ADMISSIONPRICES, 26 and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Donnie Moore of Gaines. I Allyson II III Rat Tail Comb 3c

DOUBLE FEATURE u, ville, is the guest this week of AND MASKS .-

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli her sister, Mrs. J. B. Sapp. Under Nevada Skies I ANN DELAFIELD
and son'
Raymond, and daughter,

'Jf.MIfutit4CliuMAScoPE "Elissa, attended; the 17th Annual. Mr. and Mrs. With Roy Rogers and Trigger I COSTUMES
Guy Sale anil
'
Convention of Retail Grocers Association Plus Serial Chap. 1 Badman and '
.1. Wafers
WO TAKES YOU of Florida at the Plaza :daughter, Linda, will spend Sun- Cartoon for Kld.s Reducing 1.98
..' : day in Valdosta, Ga., as guests of
,, 'ttO BENEATH THE SEA!, Hotel iff Daytona Beach Sunday. Mr. Sale's brother-in-law and NOISE MAKERS
I Sun. Mon. Regular $5.98 Value!
JUS1ItU.I : .#>* _,. sister Mr. and Mrs. John Yates. Tues. .
Friends of Mrs.
Robert Stefanelli
They will be accompanied home by Oct. 24, 25, 26
WV54.c.W- :_ ? -"jra. j and baby daughter, Linda, of Nor- I
Mr. Sale's mother, Mrs. John DOUBLE FEATURE -
Sale, Woodberry'sLotion
Beneath I folk. V,., will be interested to PLATES $1.00 VALUE
AND 1 I who will spend a week here. BORDER i
i know that Mrs. Stefanelli called RIVER
I
f B12Mile! :
l -relatives here recently: and said IX TECIIXICOLO.B I
; i, I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns and SOC
MAN OF EVIL that they escaped any injuries With Joel McCrea and Yvonne NAPKINS
't family moved to their home in I
from the hurricane. Robert Stef De Carlo
__ town, after spending the past few
With Stuart and Granger :anelli 1C USN who is stationed months at their Kingsley Lake AND Ipana With SOc Tooth Brush
i iat Norfolk was sent to Saipan on
I
Plus "Herring Murder Sly&terj"; I la mercy mission to aid the storm I cottage. i The Stars ,are Singing PLENTY OF HALLOWE'EN

I ..J I(victims. ? I I Mrs. Df TECHXICOLOR- Tooth Paste both for 69c
Mary Ray, of Petersburg,
Cartoon and Chapter No. 1 New! FILMED IS FLORIDA With ,
Va.. is spending several weeks Rosemary Clooney FAVORS
I l"lus Cartoon Little Johnne: Torode :
"Thieving Magpies celebrated
S
SeriaL here with her cousin Mrs. A. W. Big Days Plus Cartoon for
I/( and Latest World New I his third. birthday anniversary last Redgrave.Mrs. the Kids. Woodberry Combination
Thursday
by having three little

-_ I Wed., Thurs., and Fri. i boys Bill Adams, David Silcox, LOTION
RAY STONE Oct. 22, 28, 29 land Jim .shuford, spend the afternoon Isadore Flowers spent a Wed.DOUBLE, Thurs. Oct. 27, 28 Get It From and DEODORANT
FEATtREYANKEE ,
few days last week relatives -
wflh him. in the late afternoon visiting -
BIOGHTMUSIClfSHOW7UONEMASCOPEi ) I
rSFOM5 the? children enjoyed ice in Clearwater and Tampa. PASHAWith

COMING VERY SOON i i I t'cream and cake. I I Judith Ray and Gloria Santora. Jeff Chandler and Rhonda KOCH DRUGSTORE ) Reg. 98c Now 69c

'* fleming
HIGH AND MIGHTY *
_ _ Miss Audrey Newman, of Tallahassee -,of Jacksonville, were weekend
: and Madison, was the j I guests of Mr. and Mrs. :Merrill AND And Be Sure Remington, Schick, Sunbeam

: STAllllIIG CClOIJ, guest Thursday and Friday of Edwards. The Amazing Mr. X You

C. L. SCHOLL _jpUM. .:lLKaI_ _.:j Mrs. W. B. SewelL While here With Richard Carlson and Donald ELECTRIC RAZORS
Miss Newman | Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher
attended the
reception
Plus Special News Reel and Lat Curtis Are
given by the Starke spent last weekend in Jacksonvilleas SAVING! !
est World News. PIns Cartoon for Kids
"- -- ,,.., I I II Woman's Clubhonoring the teach- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanly 14 DAY FREE TRIAL
::-- : .n. ." _u1IUv I ers. McCaskilL
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PAGE SIX FRIDAY OCTOBER t2, 1954


'Seven Wives For a d'stance of 303.1 feet to a point. !Southerly from the Northwest cor- BEGINNING of survey line of said cause why the same should not be October. AD. 1554. '
thence run North 19 degrees 0 ner of SE4 of said Section 12, run State Road S-18, run thence North taken for the uses and purposesset CHARLES A. DARBY,
mnutes East a distance of 90 hence North 89 degrees 19 min., 88 degrees, 16 min., 18 sea East forth in the petition filed here- ,
SOIL CONSERVATION Seven Brothers' Plays feet to a concrete monument 47 sec. West 1010.96 feet to the 1743.16 feet to a point on the cen- in. Clerk ford of Ciicuit, Court of Brad- ,I*
thence run North 78 degrees. )} centerline of present State Road terline of present State Road 100. County Florida
WITNESS hand and seal of Hollis V. Knight, Attorney, I
At Florida Theatre"Seven minutes West a distance of 308.5 100 at a point on the survey line Containing 0.716 acres more or less. my County
j said Court this 20th of Starke. Florida.. <
11.13
day 10/22 4t
on
NEWSBy feet to a point, thence run South of State Road S-18 designated as exclusive of road right of way of ,
13 degrees 50 minutes West a Station 9 plus 95.42. return thenceto present State Road 100. -- l
Brides for Seven Brothers distance of 110 feet to the point the POINT OF FEGINNINQ of IS OWNED ET: Martha Johnson and lI
Bill HaasU ," starring Jane Powell and of beginning, AND said survey line of State Road 518 Edward Westland. I I
North 89 degrees, 26 min.,
(2) Commence at a permanent ref- and run I ,
CONSERVATION Howard Keel, will play at the erance monument loated at the 13 sea East %043.4! feet, to a pointon Sun No. 19 Drainage Ditch \

S. SOIL Florida Theatre Sunday, Monday, SW corner of SEA of Section 1, said survey line designated as Lateral Ditch Left Of Statioa
w Township 8 South Range 22 East, Station 40 plus 49.80, continue thence 165 pin 99.73: j DOES YOUR RANGE !
SERVICE and Tuesday. The film is a fast Bradford County Florida and run North 89 degrees, 26 min.. 13 sec. That part of: ,
moving musical comedy filmed by thence East along the Section East 100 feet for purpose of ref- EI,2 of NWVi of Section 31. \
line between Setions 1 and 12 a erence, return thence to said Point Township 5 South, Range %1
CinemaScope.The distance of 2071 feet to a con- designated as survey line Station East. HAVE THIS WONDERFUL
the Bradford Eunice, Rufus Crosby, Ethan Sapp is taken crete monument thence run 40 plus 49.80 and run North 12 degrees. lying each side of and within 15 IMDlic
story
from
Those representing Pete Wain- Stephen North 13 degrees 15 minutes 34 mln 13 sec East 40.26 feet of a Lateral Ditch Centerline
Soil Conservation District at the Paul Faulkner, and Vincent Benet's story, "The Sob- East a distance of 550 feet, feet t* the North line of said Section said Ditch Centerline being described C "FEATURE? l

Association Workshop meet wright are some of the folks that bin Women," based on a classical thence run North 29 degrees 44 12 at a point 437.98 feet East as follows: _11
State drill lately. minutes East a distance of 255.4 erly from the Northeast corner of Commencing on the West line of
ing at Lake City were Lloyd Green, used the district grain tale of the abduction of the Sabine feet thence run North 35 degrees said Section 1!. said Section :31 at a point 1337.19 t
1
T. H g1na..and Bill Haas. The They have been planting oats and Women by the ancient Romans. 0 minutes .EMt-a.>di unce .f SB .ContainrWg'S.C2 idles moreor less. feet Southerly from -Northwest
G. lupine for grazing. feet to a point for the POINTOF IS OWNED BY: William L. Reynolds corner of said Section 31, run i
meeting was designed to help im- The film story is taken from the BEGINNING. From the point and wife Rose S. Reynolds thence North 86 degrees ,43 min..
understanding of the 1 of beginning thus established SUBJECT TO: Agreement held by 00 sea East 259.57 feet to the l
prove the Ethan planted Pensacola Bahia Roman setting and placed in the continue North 35 degrees 0 John E. Hammond and wife RuthV. POINT OF BEGINNING of DITCH

operations of a soil conservation grass in with his oats. He stated I Oregon backwoods country. The minutes East distance of 80 Hammond. CENTERLINE, run thence North lI
conservation districts feet, thence run South 77 degrees 03 degrees 17 min., 00 sec. West 32 I
Soil
district that by planting the grass with II I men are not Roman conquerersbut 30 minutes East a distanceof SRD No. 13 Right Of War feet run thence North 33 degrees.

are governed by local citizens. The the seeder attachment on the grain I. a backwoods family of seven 302.5 feet, thence run South That part of: 20 min., 00 sec. West 262 feet to the

members of the governing bodiesare brothers who make off with the 31 degrees 0 minutes West a NW<4 of NWVe of Section 12, end of Ditch Centerline,
drill he will save one going over distance of 90 feet, thence run ; Township 8 South Range 22 Containing 0.119 acres more or less,
called supervisors. State laws of his field. i prettiest girls of a neighboringtown. North 75 degrees 30 minutes I East, exclusive of existing road right of
that each soil conservation West a distance of 304.5 feet to lying each side of and within 40 way. I 1
provide the point of beginning, feet of the survey line of State IS OWNED BY: Container Corporation -
district shall have five supervisors Frank Thomas who lives west Howard Keel is the first brotherto lying each side of and within 40 Road S-18 Section 2863, said survey of America, a corporation.

which are elected by local of town states that the Coastal feet of the survey line of State line being described as follows: TAKE NOTICE That Declaration
a
seek mate and he
out a
picks Road S-18, Section 28S3, said survey Commencing on the West line of s
election. The supervisors are local Bermuda planting material he got Une being described an follows of Taking has been filed in ,
Jane Powell for his impromptubride. : Section 12, Township 8 South Range the above styled cause, by the petitioner -
citizens and must also be active from the district nursery is com- She soon finds her wifely Beginning on the South line of said %!2 East at a point 1529.37 feet the acquiring authority of
Section 1 at a. point 437.98 feet Southerly from the Northwest cor-
land-owning<< farmers or ranchers. ing along fine. Westerly from the Southeast these proceedings, of the taking of
duties include cooking, sewing, corner ner of said Section U, run thence the above described lands, for the
Through their district governing ------- of said Section 1, run thence North North 32 degrees 09 min., 18 sec.
set forth in the
and cleaning for her husbands six purpose petitionin
12 degrees 34 minutes 1? seconds
' body, local people formulate their Ed Tenly used the district's R brawny brothers. East 558.36 feet run thence North East 75.95 feet of survey to the line POINT of said OFHEGL"N'IN'G this cause viz: right of ,way. ems yet, ?

-own soil conservation program. tocycle to mow a small pasture at 29 degrees, 27 mln.. 13 sea East State Road S-18 run thence North drainage row pit drains ditches and, borrow haul roads pits, bor-for
The picture ends as the brothers 258.25 feet run theme North 33 degrees
88 degrees, 16 min., 18 sec. East
The Board of Supervisors directs his house. Ed is getting ready to a portion of State Roads No S-18
33 min. 43 East
hope to bring home wives by sec. 301.93feet 1743.16 feet to a point on the cen- and S-235 in Bradford
White Clover In his Pensacola to the East lint ->f said Section County.
sow
the activities of the district. It also terline of present State Road 100, Florida, and that one of the judgesof I
them and have to 1 at 373.06
they point feet
stealing a Southerlyfrom
Containing 3.201 acres more or less
coordinates the conservation efforts Bahia. By moving his pasture the the Circuit Court in the Eighth
the Northeast of SE,
them both corner J exclusive of road right of way for
quite a fight for
put Judicial Circuit of Florida will
of various State and Federal Clover will have a better chanceof up of :3E&: of said Secticn 1, continue proposed State Road 100. on I
the 1st ,
day of November. A.D. 1954. t
and after the kidnaping.The .
during thence for of reference
agencies and other organizations.They getting out of the grass and, purpose IS OWNED BY: J. V. Johnson and at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon I \
show ends with shotgun wed North o3; degrees, 33 min, 42 tec. wife Martha Johnson.
in Circuit
I thereof Court
also control the districtowned growing. East 16.72 feet, run theme North I In Alachua I
dings. 17 degrees, 56 min., 43 ffc. East 200 SRD No. 14 RiKht Of War Gainesville County Court Chamber"l ,
Florida,
equipment.In feet, containing 1.966 ,
acres
moreor -
That part of: -
Soils
were received for I Declaration of
Taking
maps appoint
appraisers -
brief Soil Conservation Dis- less ALSO
.
XE% of NWtf of Section 1'- ,
Flake E. Watson, whose place is CARD OF THANKSOur A parcel of land described as: Township 8 South, Range 22 and make such order as
local
tricts are a true example of the Court deems proper. All
located out in the Graham section Beginning at the intersection of the East West of State Road 28,
parties to the suit and
all
'.self-government The people of a heartfelt thanks to all who West right of way line of State (now State Road 100) Interested parties
and Freeman Register Jr., whose Road S-18, Section 2863-175 as described may appear and be I
voluntarilyand each side of and within 40 heard the time "MAGIC
community Join togther lying at and place desig OVEN-EYE"
above and the South line of
extended
farm is located at the Sante Fe comforting sympathyand / feet of the survey line of State 'nated.
legally to.solve their own problems Section 1, Township 8 South, Range
fire tower. These maps will be used help in our recent sorrow. For "22 East, run thence North 12 degrees Road S-18, Section 2863, said survey You, and each of you, are hereby

in thelr-own way. to conservation farm the beautiful services, floral offerings 34 n.in., 13 sec. East 70 feet to the line being described as follows: I commanded to appear by filing an I fours exclusively with the' 19otNo .
prepare a I Commencing on the West line of answer to the petition heretoforefiled
I beginning of a curve concave to the
L. H. Green J. S. and Harold i I(I plan. I and other kindnesses, we Northwest having a radius of 100 Section 12, Township 8 South Range in this cause in the entitled I need to watch the clock in 000-
feet, run thence Southwesterly along 22 East at a point 1529.37 feet Court on or before the 23rd day I oven pre-heating just watch
are deeply grateful. The Stafford Southerly from the Northwest cor- of November A.D., 1954. what right :
said curve 134.16 feet to the North
Crews line of said Section 1. run thence I. ner of said Section 12, run thence title interest, or liens you. or any the "magic oven-eye". This little m # y
Family.
I Easterly along the South line of North 32 degrees, 09 min., 18 sec. of you, have in and to any of the jewel glows red when the oven is
I East 75.95 feet to the POINT OF above
I said Section 1 a distance of 50 feet describe lands and show I up to temperature your dependable j.. Ali
more or less to the point of beginning -> I r
""" Grand-
containing 950 square feet baking signal

dud THE RIGHT POINT for the more or less. t prize results every time. ,
IS OWNED BY: John D. Pattersonand :Magic Chef
way you write. Come In and select wife Marie Patterson and gas range.
Singleton McKay and wife HazelC.
ypur favorite ESTEBBROOK McKay | TOTAL

Fountain Pea. Only $2.37 at SUBJECT TO: Some right, title or I
COUNTY TELE- Interest in or to the following de- Cash Price 348.95
BRADFORD fendants; Andrew J. Johnson and r
} wife Miriam M. Johnson. David B.
t 6By Kegley and Marian S. Kegley, his 3 LESS TRADETN

la The Circuit Court Of The Eighth wife Joseph E. Mosely, John Ellis Old
Judicial Circuit Of Florida In And Bryant, Sr. and wife Naomi Ruth Range 33.95

For Bradford Bryant, Dan Pete Pappas, Ruth La-
County.Law
Gee. T. Hoggins No. 8722 Arlene
Forge and W. IJaFprge,
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r. County Agent (BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Marcus E. Covington and wife 315.00Completely
Service a political subdivision of the Martha Hall Covington; the exact Sewing Machine Operators I
Agricultural Extension State of Florida nature and extent of the right, title
Petitioner, and Interest of them and each of

Farmers Special Offer pends on the crop. The amount of vs. them being unknown.
J. V. JOHNSON, et al,
October 15th was the cut-off lime needed for legume pasture Defendants. SRD No. 4 Right Of War Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES Installed With --

date to report practices completed would be too much for potatoesand NOTICE OF RfLK NISi That part of a parcel of land describEd -
NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN asCommence
under the 1954 Agricultural Conservation produce scab. Lack of limeor PROCEEDINGS: at a permanent ref 18 THRU 35 One
Gas F R E EI
Program. Those who over-liming is important. IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU- erence monument-located at the Cylinder
THORITY OF THE STATE OF SW corner of SEVi# of Section 1,
failed to report completion or request Proper amount of lime can be FLORIDA Township g South Range 22 I

an extension will not qualifyfor determined by a soil test for the TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN East, Bradford County Florida Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital
and to all persons and and run thence East along the
Insurance Paid Vacations and Others
a conservation payment. crop to be planted. Soil testing parties having or claiming any Section line a distance of 2071 ,

Funds not used to date may be .ia a free service by our Agricultural right, title interest, estate, mort- feet to a concrete monument, CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS
gage or other lien to or on those thence run North 13 degrees 15 APPLY AT OUR OFFICE
requested for winter legumes or Experiment Station. We are certain parcels of land situate in minutes East a distance of 110
10th & CHURCH STREETS
pasture practices that qualify. You I glad to assist you in obtaining a Bradford County Florida and hereinafter feet to a point for the POINT
described and the following OF P/EGINNINO. From the point
may make new requests or re- I proper sample of your soil for testing persons together will all unknown of beginning thus established run & APPLIANCE CO.

quests' increases for the practicesyou persons claiming by, through or thence South 85 degrees 15 min- BIG DAD Co.
under known persons who ale dead, utes East a distance of 303.1 feet Manufacturing
planned for the balance of the Farm Forestry AssistanceYou or who are not known to be deador to a point, thence run North 18) 149 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.
year. don't have to have a big alive. >degrees 0 minutes East a distance I
of 90 feet to a concrete Starke Fla.
for the remainder forest to make from trees.A ,
Suggested practices money John D. Patterson, monument, thence run North 78 i

of the year might include small farm woodland if prop(Keystone Heights. Florida degrees, 30 minutes West a dis- .- .
I tance of 308.5 feet to a point,
planting winter legumes, liming erly managed can pay you impressive Marie Patterson. thence run South 13 degrees 50

pasture land .legume land, seed-1 dividends. Keystone Heights, Florida minutes West a distance of 110 .
feet to the point of beginning
ing and fertilizing new pastures, Management don't have a big Singleton E. McKay, lying Southeast of and within 40

or: re-seeding and fertilizing weak forest to make money from trees.A Keystone Heights, Florida feet of the survey line of State

in the pasture. Planting oats small farm woodland if Road S-18 Section 2S63. said survey -
spots pro Hazel C. McKay, line.being described as:

will qualify it you do not plan a perly managed can pay you Keystone Heights, Florida Beginning on the South line of said
Section 1 at a point 437.98 feet
1955.
row crop on that land during impressive dividends. Andrew J. Johnson, Westerly from the Southeast corner

Oats for conservation payment can Management is the key to' suc- Lake City, Florida of said Section 1, run thence North
or 12 degrees 34 min., 13 sec. East -
be followed only with legumes cess with a small forest, just as Miriam. Johnson 558.36 feet, run thence North 29 degrees -

pastures.If with a large one. Farm Forest Lake City, Florida 27 min., 13 sec. East 258.25
feet, run thence North 33 degrees,
In
interested a
you are possible Don Champion, who is now work- David B. Kegley 33 min., 43 sec. East 301.93 feet to

share of the funds remaining ing in our county, don's $44 Saratoga Blvd., the East line of.said Section 1 at a
says you
for use this yeat, please make have to become a trained foresterto Jacksonville, Florida Northeast point 379.66 corner feet of Southerly SE\'t of SEVi from of .

your requests before November 1.1 manage your woods properly.You Marian 944 Saratoga A Kegley BUd., said Section 1, containing -0.051 The Basic Idea
less.
will be made following -I acres more or
allocation
Final
can keep your trees vigorousand Jacksonville, Florida IS OWNED BY: Walter Bruce Pre-

that date. productive by following some vail. .
Joseph E. Moseley,
Carefully Dig Sweet Potatoes simple rules of good forest management Rpute 3, Box'1074 SRD No. 9 Right Of War
The way sweet potatoes are Jacksonville, Florida That part of A

harvest S 3/4 of NEK of NEU of Sec-
handled during and after First of all, protect the woods John Ellis Bryant Sr., tion 12, Township 8 South

largely determines their eating from fires. This is rule one. With 8245 Beach Blvd., Range 22 East,
shouldbe Jacksonville, Florida lying each side of and within 40
qualities. Sweet potatoes out fire protecton all your workis feet of the survey line of State
Behind the
harvested as late as possible, useless it can be wiped out Naomi!S245 Peach Ruth Blvd.Bryant, Road S-18, Section 2S63-175, said sur- All-New
cold. line being described air follows:
but before they are injured by vey
by one fire I in a few minutes. Jacksonville, Florida Beginning on the East line of said

They should not be dug when soil The ideal In fire protection, Dan Pete Pappas Section 12 at a point 1042.2 feet

is extremely wet. After digging, would beide 2532 Forbes St.. Southerly from the Northeast corner
Champion says, of said Section 12, run thence South
leave them in the sunlight only as grazing strips around and through Jacksonville, Florida 89 degrees, 14 min., 13 .sec. West

long as necessary to dry the soil Ruth 648.62 feet to the beginning of a
your forest. These would eliminatethe LaForge, curve concave to the Northeast

particles sticking to the potato. need to plow lines each year, 2515 Jacksonville Forbes, Florida Street having a radius of 190.99 feet, run

Avoid bruising and catting. This thence Southwesterly, West antI
and would furnish grazing besides.; Northwesterly along said curv0through i

makes the potatoes more susceptible If you can't establish these graz- Arlene 2515 Forbes W. LaForge Street, "" a total central angle of .19SSPQNTJACOn

to attack by one of the organ strips plow firelines aroundall Jacksonville, Florida 90 degrees 19 min., a distance of
ing 01.06 feet to the end of said curve, .

isms causing rot. areas of your forest not pro-I Marcus E. Covington. run thence North 0 degrees, 26 min.,

It U well to grade potatoes as tected by fields or other natural 1495 E. River Hills Circle 47 sec. West 809.82 feet to the end
said line,
to size when you are putting them I II Jacksonville, Florida of survey containing_ .
I. fire barriers. It should be reworked 2.708 acres more or less. .
in containers. They should be each year. Martha Hall Covington IS OWNED BY: Fred Mason and

cured for '7 to 10 days If want 1495 E. lUver Hills Circle wife Clara B. Mason.
you
Is
Be sure your stand of trees Jacksonville Florida I SUBJECT TO: Mortgage to Florida
,
top quality potatoes. We have a.. neither too 'thick nor too thin. Bank at Starke, a Florida Banking'

leaflet that gives suggestions in Poor quality trees or trees of un- Walter Bruce Prevail Corporation.SRD Display October 29 and 30
4431 Herschel Street .
curing sweet potatoes. It is free No. 11 Right Of War ,
desirable like scrub Jacksonville Florida
species ,
of of land described .
That part a parcel -
to you for the asking. Briefly,
oak may crowd out the better Fred Mason, as:
potatoes should be cured at temperature Beginning at the NE corner of
kinds. Poison scrub trees and thin Route 1,
of about 85 degrees with out poor quality ones. As, soon as Stark. Florida NWK Township of NEV 8 South of Section Range 12 22, ABOUT 30 years ago General Motors CorWfien you see the new Pontiac on Friday


high tobacco humidity.barn is A usually smoke house used for or the trees are large enough to sell Clara Route B.1, Mason, East thence and South run 165 East feet 1312, thence feet, ./JL poration presented to America a new or Saturday-Oct. 29 or 30-you will be immediately

for some product, thin them, leav- Starke Florida West 1312 feet, thence 363 feet
curing potatoes. ing the good quality, better formed South, thence West IOU feet, car called Pontiac. This new car was the impressed by its remarkable new

Liming Soils trees. These will then make faster Florida Bank at Starke, a corporation thence South 176 feet, thence styling. No other in the world looks like
West %80 feet thence South 156 direct result of a very specific idea. car
The value of liming soils was growth. This first or Improvement Starke. Florida ,. feet, thence West 858feet
to State Road No. 100 right of this new Pontiac!
recognized by a master farmer -
cutting usually takes out aboutonefourth William L. Reynolds way thence North along State The Idea this create which tooKits
to
was : a car
George Washington. Soils will not
to one third of the, Kiiystone Heights, Florida Road right of way 860 feet, thence

respond to their maximum ability trees. ,Rose S. Reynolds, East 2178. feet to point uf beginning style, its engineering principles and its When you drive it you will be astonished at

when the pH is out of line. The Be on the lookout for insects i Keystone Heights Florida lying each side of and within 40 feet -
features from the best and most For the
expenits 1955 Pontiac introduces
sour or sweet condition of the soil I of the survey line of State Road very performance.
and disease In trees. Watchor
your I S-18. Section 2S63-175, said
is referred to as pH. A pH of 6 fading needles, and consult youi'j John Route E.1.Hammond, line being described as follows survey: sine in America-am/ build these into a the powerful new Strato-Streak I

is slightly acid 5.5 is moderatelyacid I I Starke, Florida. Beginning on the East line of said
acid. I Forester for control measures;'I Section 12 at a point 1042.2 feet car priced just above the very lowestVS, an all-new engine that has already been '
and below 5 is strongly
Southerly from the Northeast
Here in Florida the Southern pine Ruth V. Hammond YI corner -
beneficail below of said Section 12, run thence in than 3 million miles!
Liming usually is Route 1. proved more test
beetle, Ipe beetle and black turpentine
South 89 degrees, 14 min., 13 sec
Starke, FloridaJ. such idea wonderful
produced
de- Naturally an a
5.5. but the most favorable pH beetle cause the most dam I West 648.62 feet to the beginningof I ,

-- Route. V. Johnson.I, Box 4-A, a having curve concave a radius to of the 190.99 Northeast feet-, : and highly! popular car-a car which 1lWhen you price the new Pontiac you will

J-. __ ,_....__, __ __,_ _, age.When you are ready to sell tim Starke, Florida run thence Southwestiy, West and
I : Northwesterly along said curve lions of satisfied owners have driven withoutstanding come face to face with the basic Pontiac
sell each trees for the product foi
Martha Johnson, through a total central angle of "
Wash Your Clothes ber from your forest be sure tc Route 1. Box U-'. ,. 90 degrees, 19 min., a distance of Ii pride and pleasure. idea-you will be agreeably surprised that
'I Starke, Florida 301.06 feet to the end of said curve,
which it is best suited. After a thence North 0
run degrees 26 min.,
Pounds much much
0 cutting, the trees left should b< Edward Westland 47 sea West 809.82 feet to the end I Now, nearly three decades later, an entirely so car, so sparkling newness,

For 40c! the best, and fastest growing ones' I I Residence and address unknown Containing of said survey 0.151 line.acres more or less. new Pontiac has been created for 1955-a car so much luxury, so much downright good

with plenty of room on all sides Container!I : Corporation of America, ALSO be near.the
ia That of I ness can priced so ve'rY.lowest..
: corporation. part : from the ground !
completely new
is to cut l up
to grow. A goottrule i
FREE Bleach If Desired! : Fernandma. Beach Florida Beginning at the NE corner of
enough trees so that those left | N'W'4 of N'Et.i of Section 12, t.

will grow rapidly for four to sis,: NO.SECTIOV S-18 :-u+e3175STATE BRADFORD COIT.MT ROAD East'Township and run 8 South East Range 1312 feet 22 II One thing, however, about the 1955 Pontiac We cordially invite you to come in on Friday

,
We Will years. Then you .can make another /That SRI part No.of:2 Right Of Way West thence 1312 South feet 165 thence feet,363 thence feet remains unchanged-its basic idea-to offer or Saturday and see for yourself what a

selective cutting.If SI,2 of SEH of Section 1, Township South, thence West 1040 feet I
Dry Your Clothes you are just beginning to I iii South, Range 23 East, thence South 176 feet, thence I. the American public the very finest car that superb all-new General Motors masterpiece

For 20cIn manage your woods, better contact (1) EXCEPT Commence at a permanent reference feet West %thence 80 feet West thence 858 South feet 156 to r can possibly be built to sell at a price within has been created to carry the wonderful

your Farm Forester for advice. He mounment located at the State Road No. 100 right of way, i ..
SW corner of SE'4 of Section ,. thence North the I of buyer. "Pontiac" for 1955.
New Automatic Drier! can help you match these rules to along State easy reach any new-car name
Township S South. Range 22 East I Road right of way 360 feet,
your particular forest. The servicesof Bradford County Florida and run I thence East 2178 feet to point I

Don Champion hare been made thence East along the Section of beginning, .
line a distance of 2071 feet to a I lying each side of and within 40
available cooperatively by the concrete monument thence run feet of the survey line of State Urquhart Pontiac
The \Washeteria County Commissioners and the North 13 degrees 15 minutes Road S-18. Section 2863-175. said Simpson.
East a distance of 110 feet to a 'survey line being described as fol-
State Forest Service His office
point for the POINT OF BEGIN lows:
Temple Ave Starke NING. From the point of begin- Beginning the West line
is Setzer's Storeor on of NEV
presently over & I
-' ning thus established run thence of Section 1%, Township 8 South COR. COURT & JEFFERSON STS. PHONE 67 P. 0. BOX 248 STARK FLA.
{!: - / leave word for him with us. South Si degrees IS minutes East I Range 23 East at a' point 40 feet

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22 1954
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGBAPE. 8TARKE, FLORIDA
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HIGHLANDBy


Airs. Lacy Norman

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Sunday School 9:45: a. ro each

Sunday, Worship Services each
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.

Prayer meeting each Wednesday I
at 7:30 p. m., teacher's meeting I r
each Friday at 6:30 p. m. pastor

E C. Harvey, and J. A. Eunice,

Sunday School superintendent.
:Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and two

daughters, Mrs. Nelson Green and .
Beth of Starke visited the Lacey
Normans and Maggie Crews Sun

day. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly used to !,
t

had live the here post and office.owned The a store store now and BRADFORD

I
operated by Carson Griffis. Friday Oct. 22nd

She is loved here by all who knew f ,

her. Mrs. Wimberly is having a rv.,,._
birthday on Oct. 24 so happy birth- L Y

from Highland to her.
day ,

in Dick our community Starling of Sunday.Heilbronn was PARK -

Evelyn Norman of Jacksonville s 8:00: P. M.

spent the weekend with friends and .

relatives here.
.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Norman and

son, Larry spent Sunday in Green

Cove Springs with their son-in- .
law and daughter's family. Lacey .
Norman received many useful
gifts and had a special dinner in ,,
-
honor of his birthday.
W. C. Hardee and Homer Smith

were in Jacksonville during the -

past week.
Several Highland residents at- ,

tended the Black Creek Missionary
Baptist Association at Peoria on

Wednsday and Thursday.
Charles Mosely of Clay Hill was

in our community Sunday. e
Mrs. M. L. Thompson of Jacksonville -
and her little granddaughter .

Tresha Rowe, were visitingthe
Lacey Normans Tuesday.
:Mr. and Mrs. Burtlon Cothe- .


TIeilbronn rithers Mr. and visited visited Mrs.the Less the Marrs McClellan Lacey family.Normans of ADMISSION Adults $1.60 -- High I School Students 50c Elementary l School Students 25c


Thursday.
James Starling and Danny Phil- 1
lips were in our community Satur-

day.Thought for the week: "Confess ,

your faults one to another, and HOME o

pray for one another, that we ,. GAMES OUT- OF- TOWN GAMES -.
may be healed. The effectual ferment

prayer of a righteous man

availeth much." James 5:16. September 17 -- Macclenny 0 -Starke 19 September 24 St. Leo 0 Starke 25 ,


TORXADO ZIPPER BINDERS, October 8 -- P. K. Yonge 12 -- Starke 20

r ring.$1.50.Bradford County Tel October 15 New October 1 .- Palatka 7 Starke 0
egraph. y Smyrna 19 --S tar k e 41 _

NOTICE OF ELECTION October 22 .. Lake City In Starke
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I, J. R. Wainwright Mayor of November 12 .. Ketterlinus St. Augustine
Starke Florida, by vitrue of the
authority vested in me by law do November 5 -. Seabreeze In Starke
hereby call a special rnn-oft election -
to be held at the City Hall in
the aforesaid city by the qualified November November 24
19 Green Fernandina
voters on Tuesday, October _?6, 1354, Cove. In Starke -- Fernandina
for the.purpose of ,electing the following S
officer a e "II' _
(}ALDERMAN FOR TWO YEARS
Inspectors of said election: .
Ruth BroadwayA. 0
L. Crosby. Jr.
T. T. Long
Robert 0. Green Bring Home the Bacon Boys!
IL C. Brown Mow. 4Em Down, Tornadoes Support the Tornadoes with presenceKOCH .
In testimony whereof I hereunto your
subscribe my name and cause the
seal of the City to be hereunto affixed DRUG STORE
Central 1
Jl.D. ,1954.OFFICIAL this. list day of September. Fla. Gas & Appliance Co. \ Torode Chevrolet Co.

( SEAL)
J. R. WAINWIUGHT. MAYOR t

Carl ATTEST Johns: City Clerk Compliments of'B
/24 5t /%%
Starke Hardware Co. est Wishes From
la The Clremlt C.art 01 Bradford
Cvaatr: Florida la Caaaetry."Woodrow .
Wilson' McCoy. Plaintiff SPORTING GOODS WILLIAMS JEWELRY Florida Power & Light Co.Let's
vs. Catherine Hartley lIcCO)'. Defendant. .
Case No. 10-703
Order Of Pvbllratlea Aal Notice
T. Appear State Of Florida Tos
Catherine Hartley McCoy, whose Support the Tornadoes with
your presence
residence and address Is: 49 West Support the Tornadoes with
117th Street New York, X. Y. your presence Support the Tornadoes
You are required to appear on ROBERTS JEWELRY *
on November IS 1JS4. In the above R. B. Alvarez & SonTRANSFER
I
named Court and cause wherein R. D. Reddish & Son Dairy'"Your
Iaintiff s *ks divorce I Friendly Jeweler"Best
Bradford County Telegrapn shall & STORAGE CO. '
publish this Order In nest tour
weekly iesura1Yltnese
*
my hand and official
*>ral at Starke, Florida this, Oct. 8, t
1854. Wishes Of I Out Best Wishes to the Team
Everybody For Tonight's Game!
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
As Clerk of said Court
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk DAVE PAULK Conner Bros. Insurance
.&eh H. Douglas 505 Lynch Building C. H. Driggers Furniture Co. Agency
Jacksonville, Florida. .
Attys. tor Plf. 10/15 4t 11/5 Heavy Equipment Rental '
ftOTICK TO AFPKAH
*
la Clrralt Caart. Bradford CoaatyKUrldai

Harold Norman la t'aaarery., Plaintiff! vs. Helen Compliments of Support the Tornadoes with your presence
>V. Norman, R
Defendant.Case Best Wishes Of
.
\o 10-IDl .

Nallr To: Helen T. Appear.S1'. Norman w'hose residence Starke Builders Supply Thomas Truck Terminal &. Garage
and address Is: Unknown.You Edwards Grocery & Market
are hereby notified that asuit
for
:Divorce
has been filed against you in the,
above named Court and cause and( We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! Best Wishes From
you are required to serve a copy of Best Wishes to the Team
your answer or pleading to the com

I .. plaint Alfrt-d on C.the Scott'= Plaintiffs, 10S Smith Attorney Building LAWSONS MARKET Charley I E. Johns & Son Agency Denmark Furniture Co.,
,
J a<'1ulOft 111e, Florida
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on General Insurance .
or before the < day November,
1J54; otherwise the allegations of ,
Bald Complalat will be taken as confessed .' Come on out and boost our team GEM JEWELRY
by You
This notice shall be ,
published
once each week tor four consecutive GUIDON GRILL .. Compliments of The House Of Fine Diamonds
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- r

rrapft.Dated thl I day October, 1S54. +!I I Eat At The Dlllt, Forget The RestLet's New Method Cleaners Starke's Leading Jewelry
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby!
'Clerk of the Circa Court j:
Ey Uarlam L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ,
10/S 4t 10 i!? |
Fill
the Stands for Tonight's Game Best Wishes Team

rI I Best Wishes to the Team
S. R. Johns' Grocery Brownlee & Chasteen

FRIGIDAIRE ,I I Ii Faulkners Service StationBest *

i ,
THERE'S JUST ONE I
Best Wishes From Compliments of
FRIGIDAIREMade i .
.
I Wishes Team
only by General Barksdale's I Dept Store
Hart
Motors Corp. AH other Furniture Co.

Electric Refrigerators areI I The WASHETERIA .

made by ether companies
and cannot use the word Be present tonight to chew our boys to

Frigidalre.jVant Best Wishes OfDixie
Victory
Onward, Tornadoes! i

- A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Simpson-Urquhart Pontiac Motor Court & Restaurant

? ? G. S. "Gib" Browns Service Sta. '

THEN SEETenth
A Good Team Like the Tornadoes ..
I I I I Best Wishes Team _
.1 \ E. H. SMITH I Deserves Your Support Closed Tonight -we've gone to the Game! ,0

Western Auto Farm Home & Auto Supply
\ and Temple Are. Associate Store Winkler Electric Service ,

Starke, Fla.!

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY T R"P 8TABKE. FLORIDA.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1954
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"TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY' Box $4.Starke from the Southeast corner of said Marie H. Freemn whose residenceand SRD .81 Dralaage Ditch ginning; and

Florida Section(2) 14, and uuknown Ditch Left (Westerly,) Statiot303iaQ.4 (B) The SWI of SWVi of swu end green of, 2.curve min.,, 31 thence sec. West North 2 OS min., 89 sec West SM feet to the

Bertie A. Olson, Beginning on the East line of Section J. H. Green That part of: of South Range 14 22 Township 7 to the North boundary of said 7.25 de-I end of said ditch centerline:
BIG Containing 0.12
Box 57.Starke 14 Township 8 South Range Bradford County FloridaG. East U .at a point 2662 acres, more or less.
The NEVi of NWVi of Section lying Easterly of and within 50 ton from feet Easter-I I IS OWNED BY: J. H.
DA Florida 22 East at a point 84.83 feet North- 26, Township 7 South Range 22 feet of the survey line of State Road said the Northwest corner lf widower. Green a

ely from the Southeast corner of W. HallPalatka. East, 100. Section 2802, said line onContaining 33, :

John TV. Miller Section 14, run thence North Florida lying within 30 feet each side of being described as follows survey: C.S09 acres mor or less I Situ Xo. 100
170 E. Washington Street, 20 degrees, 57 min., 56 sec. West a ditch centerline described follows Begin on the South boundary exclusive of existing right of I Parcel- Right Of War .:
a of X
New Castle, Pennsylvania 25.90 feet to the beginning of a Eva G. Hall : Commence on the North boundary Section 14, Township 7 South, Range way. That Part of .3 5
IS :
Happenns curve concave to the Easterly having Palatka, Florida of said Section % at a point 22 East, at a point 8.3 feet East OWNED BY. Lot Ensey and 11 2/5 ,
acres in .
Maude C. Miller a radius of 1432.40 feet, .run 1792.3 feet East the Northwest from the Southwest Kathryn Ensey his wife. Southeast Corner ;

1708 E. Washington Street, thEnce Northwesterly, North and Kate H. Carter, whose residenceand corner of said Section 26, run Section 14, run thence corner North of 18 said degrees of SEVi- of NWli Section 13, :

New Castle* PennsylvaniaCharles Northeasterly along said curve address in unknown thence South 18 d gees. 35 min.. 31 35 min., 3 sec. West 24,-7 I) No 3- Of East Township S South Range % :
JAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. through a total central angle of 25 sec. West 314.9 the POINTof feet to the boundary of That Part JUg' Way !
said 'I lying each
E. Miller. degrees, 37 min. a distance of 60.4 The unknown heirs devisees grant- BEGINNING of said ditch centerline Section 14 at a point 20.6 feet The SWVi of feet of on side of and within 50 :
1708 Street feet to the end of said i ees and other claimants by, '%, Southand centerline of State Road ;
Mr. and Mrs. \V lam Brown Washington throughor ; run thence South 71 degrees. North from the Southwest corner West of G. S. & F. 100 (
'New Castle Pennsylvania thence North 4 degrees, 3 mIn. 2* under F. Eugene Heiberger de 24 min., 29 sec. West 39.2 feet; thereof, thence continue I !' Railway, formerly State Road 28) as the ,

and baby of Jacksonville spent sec. East 1499.82 feet the East I ceased. thence South 58 degrees, 0* min., 29 degrees 35 min., 31 sec. West North 5444.2 18 i, 'lange Seton 22 East, Township, 8 South same elsi (said centerline being
unchanged
Sunday with Mrs. Brw's parents, Robert W. Drake and Agnes 1 line of said Section 1 (West line of sec. West 160.8 feefto the end of eet to the North of Sec lying Northwesterly of and State Road by No.Section 100). 2S02 of said
boundar
The unknown within
Drake. Section South Heirs grantees devisees said
1 Township Range ditch centerline; Containing 15, Township ,50 feet of the
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Martin. I Bradford County, Florida Z East at a point 270.7 feet and other claimants by, through 0.21 acre, more or less. ton East at a point 908 feet, Range East 'Road 100. Sction survey% line of State IS OWNED BY: Petitioner under
802 deed
from the Northeast cor- or under Emma M. Heiberger, Kate : Also: DITCH RIGHT (EASTERLY) from the Northwest line said survey recorded in Deed Book 45,
I. E. Martin of Oxford i spend- H. Carter H. corner of the bing described as follows page 23 et seq of the
of Julia current pub
Freeman
SECTION 2S57-173 STATE ROAD ner SEVi of said Section 14. continue STATION 35683.9 NEVi of said Section ,Begin
ing several days with Mr. and AO. S-100-A BRADFORD thence North 4 degrees 39 El. Forsythe also known as JuliaH. That part of: Containing 0.90 15. 13 thf East boundary of Sec lie records of Bradford County
COUNTY min., 24 sec. East 1369.07 feet to the Forsythe Holliday), Corday B. exclusive of acre more or less, ton Township S South, Range Florida, and that the defendant Fred

Mrs. Pete Martin. North line of SWV* of NW% of Sec Heiberger and Louise H. Cerni. The 23, Township NWVi of 7 NWVi South of Range Section 22 right of way. area in existing road .v East at a point *56.97 feet S. Dodd has and maintains aa encroachment

: Mae Sapp spent Sunday 6RD Xo. 2- Right Of Way ton 13, Township 8 South, Range 22 IS OWNED BY: Charles A. said Section frfm the Southeast corner of to-wit: a filling station
Mr. Shelley
That part of Eat at a Point 137.97 feet Easterly The unknown heirs, devisees, grantees East and Fern E. 1 thence run North canopy thereon and claims title to
with Mrs. Woodward.Mrs. of SWtf of SE of Sec- from the Northwest corner of and other claimants by. though lying 1: feet each side of a Shelley, his wife. 55 degrees' min- 57 sec. West said parcel 32. and is made a defendant -

Eloise Selmer sorta lone- NE1 34. Township % South SWVi of NWVi of said Section 13, or under Ruric C. ditch centerline described as folowsCommence SHD :.. Right Of Way 547.7 feet to the beginning of a herein in order for petitioner
i Range 22 Containing 3,775 acres more or less. ceased. o the North That part of:: I run'f concave to the Northfast haying to take such interest as the defendant -
this week because her husband East of said Section 23 at a point 8.3 a radius of %864. Fred S. Dodd
some lying within of the center- exclusive of Street or Road rightof The of SE%. West of ; may have
Leila Newsom feet East from the Northwest SE' ex IXorth\'estfly 4U.73 therein.
cor- feet
along the
the officers con- line of State Road S100A. Section way; Road 100. of Section
attending Route 11 Box ner of said Section 23 thence said curve
i 2S57 said centerline being described ALSO. 419-B InglewoodAve. ; run 15 through a central
vention of the National Guard L a follows: A parcel of land in Southeastcorner ., South 18 degrees, 35 min., 31 sec. I I Range 22, Township East. 7 South, angle of degree 17 min., 41 sec. TAKE NOTICE That a Declaration

Beginning on the West boundary of I of SEVi! of SE of Section Jacksonville Florida East 621.9 feet to the POINT OF lying West of and within 50 feet of to the boundary of said Sec of Taking has been filed in the

Miami. said Section I* at a point 149.40 14. Towaship % South, BEGINNING of said ditch centerline the survey line of State Road 100 ton 13 at a point 160.42 feet East above styled cause, by the petitioner

Mrs. Daisy Stewart honored her feet North of Southwest corner of Range 22 East described a follows Parbara Vidak. ; run thence North 71 degrees Section 2802, said survey line being | the Northwest corner thereof I the acquiring authority of these
bald Section 3* and run thence South : Box 547 Verona Pennsylvania 24 min., 29 sec. East 600 feet to the described as follows: Containing 0.48 acre, more or less, proceeding, of the taking of the

mother, Mrs. Leah Nettles, with I 89 degrees Z min., 28 sec. EastS03J.92 beginning at the intersection of I end of said ditch centerline; Begin on the South boundary of I exclusive of area in existing road above described lands, for the purpose
thence South the Easterly projection of the North Container Corporation of America, Containing 0.38 more or less. right of way. set forth in
birthday dinner Sunday. Mr Nettles feet point. a.res Section 23. Township 7 South Range the petition In
87 degrees. 32 min.. *0 sec. East line of State Road S-21-A as de Fernandina Beach, Florida IS OWNED IY: Corpora- 22 East at a point 1792.3 feet East 'ilS OWNED EY Emma M. Heiber- this cause, vii: right of way, drain

was 60 years young. 602.67 feet to the beginning of a scribed in (1) above with the South ton of America.5RO from the Southwest corner of said ,ger Margaret H. Brewster Louise age ditches borrow pits, borrow pit

Mrs. Ottis at- curve concave to the North havinga easterly projection of the Southwesterly B, Willis Rivers Section 23. thence run North 18 degrees 1. Cerni, Corday B. H iberg r, Ju drains and haul roads for a portion
Mr. and .eiger radius of 5729.58 feet and a total right of way line of said I Box 67. Keystone Heights, Florida Xo. 3 night Of Way 35 min., 31 sec. West 5740.5 H. Forsythe (also known as Ju of State Road No. 100, In Bradford

tended the Charity the cential ar.gl! of 2 degrees 10 min. State Road S-21-A a described in That part of: feet to the North boundary of said lia H. Forsythe Holliday). Marie H. County Florida, and that one of

Naval Base thence Easterly along said curve ((2) above, run thence South 89 degrees Lura Rivers. A parcel of land in the NW% of Section 23 at a point 8.3 feet East Freeman, Kate H. Carter and the the Judges of the Circuit Court in

Green Cove Springs 216.67 feet to the end of said curve 53 min., 2* sec. West 60 feetto Box 67, Keystone Heights, Florida sE Seton 33, Township 6 South from theNorthwest, corner thereof, unknown heirs devisees, grantees the Eighth Judicial Circuit of

Saturday thence South 89 degrees. 42 min., 40 the beginning of a curve concaveto Eat, described as follows thence continue North degrees and other claimants by, through or Florida will on the llth day of

night and sec. East 189.81 feet to the East the Northwest having a radiusof Town of Keystone Height : Begjn feet west of 35 min., 31 sec. West % .I feet to under F. Eugene Heiberger, and the October, A.D., 195. at 9:30 o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Archer boundary of said Section 3* at a 50 feet, run thence Southeaster Keystone Heights FloridaD. Northest corner of said NWVi of the West boundary of Section 14, unknown heirs. grantee devisees in the forenoon thereof in Circuit

daughter. Deanna, of Key West, point 1387.5 feet North of Southeast ly along said curve 96.73 feet to the SEVi; thence run West 161 feetto Township 7 South, Range 22 East, and other by, through or Court Chambers In Alachua County
corner of said Section 34, Southwesterly right of way line of O. Stewart, the East right of way line ofexisting at a point 20.6 feet North from the under Emma M. Heiberger Kate H. Court House at Gainesville, Florida,

and son, Glen Ray of Gainesville I Containing .26 acres more or less said State Road S-21-A. run thence Keystone Heights Florida State Road 100: thence Southwest corner of said Section I Carter, Marie H. Freeman, Julia H. consider said Declaration of Taking -

last weekend with Mr. and exclusive of the existing road right South 20 degrees, 57 min.. 36 see Southeasterly 368 feet along said 14. thence continue North IS.degrees, Forsythe also known. as Julia II appoint appraisers and make
spent of way. East 90 feet more or less to the Camille P. Stewart, East right of way line; thence 35 iuin., 31 see. West 5444.2.feet to *'or.the Holliday. Corday B. Hei such order as the Court deems

Mel K. D. Conner and other.rela IS 'OWNED BY: William Kaufman point of Beginning Keystone Heights, Florida North 329 fet to the Point of beginning the North bounaary of Section 15, berger and Luis II. Cerni. and all proper. All parties to the suit and

whose residence and address Is: Containing 0.019 acres more or less 7 22 unknown and other all parties interested
Mr. and Mrs. Archer remained Lot Township Suth. Range East, hlir, devlsfe! may appear
tives. 220 22nd Street N. W., Canton Ohio. exclusive or right of way described Ensey, lying Easterly of and within 50 at a point East from the caimantI by through or under and be heard at the time and place
608
for a weeks visit with Mr. i above. New Hampshirenuf. feet of the survey line of State Road Northwest corner of the NEVi of I C. Heiberger, deceased. designated.
I IBirdays SECTION 2563-176 STATE ROAD IS OWNED BY: Titus Olson and Roanoke 8. Virginia 100, Section 2802 said survey line said Section 15.

and Mrs. Conner. !,O. 1-%. BRADFORD wife Bertie A. Olson.SUBJECT being described as follows: Beginon Containing 0.55 acre. more or less, SRD Dralaarr Eae You, and each of you are here
:0 Bt
S
this week are: Annie r COCNTY TO: Mortgage held by Kathryn Ensey the South boundary of Section exclusive of area in existing road (' ( by commanded to appear by filing
608 New
Hampshire Avenue LI' an answer to the petition hereto
WESTERLITA
John W. Miller and wife Maude U. 33, Township 6 South, Range 22 right of way.
Tetstone Oct. 1:; Era Geiger SlID No. 8-R Right Of Way Miller and Charles E Miller, a Roanoke 8, VirginiaJ. East, at a point 312.7 feet West IS OWNED BY: Barbara Vidak. That part 40: fore filed in this cause in the entItled
That part of: widower. from the Southeast corner of said The court on or before the 12th
Dct. 12. V. of a tract of land described day of November, 195 to show
SWVI of SWVi of Section 1. Johnson Section 33; thence run North 25 degrees SRD Xo. Right Of Way \ .
Route ox Starke Fla. 2 &follows: "The XW% what right, title, interest, or liens
Township 8 South. Range SRO .No. 10 Right Of Way ii.. *9 min., 31 sec. West 900.15 That part I, of NEVi, West of State Road
East, That part of: Martha feet to the beginning of a curve (A) The W'i of NWVi and the 28 (now 100), of Section 15.j you, or any of you, have in and to
lying East of the survey line of Lot 4 Block "A" of Mt Pleas Johnson concave to the Northeast having a SWVi of Section 23, Township : any of the above described lands
LOVE the new Ester- State Road S-21-A Section 2863 ant Sub-Division on Silver Lakeas Route 1, Box 64-A Starke. Florida radius of 2864.79 feet; thence 7 South Range 2 East, I j Township East, 7 South, Range 22 and show cause why the same
. YOU'L : the North 420 feet
should not be taken for the uses
LS
(and the Southeasterly projectionof of record in the Current Public Northwesterly 1174.17 feet along andB

brook purse-size fountain pens I said survey line), described as Records of Bradford County Stephen Denmark G.as Denmark Executors and of Seeber the Last M. the arc of said curve, through a cen- ( ) The NEVi of NWVi. Seton ( {i lying within, 10 feet each side of and purposes filed herein.set forth in the petition -

at Brad follows: Florida, tial angle of 23 degrees, 29 min., 26. Township 7 South, la ditch
Only Will centerline
p.t&de. $2.5 Beginning on the West line of said lying West of and within 40 feet Denmark and Testament of John H. to the end of curve; thence North & 22 East, | : Commence described as follows WITNESS my hand and this seal
deceased.
ford County Telegraph. Section 13 at ,a point 84.83 feet of the Survey line of State Road S- 2 degrees, 20 min., 31 sec. West 7.25 I lying each side of and within 50 of said on the North of said Court on this 7th day of

Northerly from the Southwest cor- 21-A Section 2863, said Survey line Fred S. Dodd feet to the North boundary of said feet of the survey line of State 'boundar'H East of the Section 15 a point October. A.D., 195*.

ner of said Section 13, run thence being described as follows, Bradford County, Florida Section 33 at a point 2662 feet East- toad 100, Section 2802, said survey ner of of said Section Northwest 15 cor- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
South 20 degrees, 57 min., 36 sec. tginning on the South line of SW% erly from the Northwest corner of line being described as follows: NE".4 ; run of Bradford
thence South Circuit Court
18 35 Clerk of
NOTICE TO APFEAH Eat 56.05 feet to a point on said of NWVt of Section 13, Township 8 SRI> Xo. said Section 33, containing O.,-i acre. Begin on the South boundar of degrees min., 31 '
: ItlRM Of \\HT sec. East 684 feet to the POINT OF County Florida.
Coo
.a CI.alt Crt. Bradford 7.FUrldai survey line designated as Station South, Range 22 East at a point That part 471: more or less exclusive of area in Section 26, Township 7 Range BEGINNING I
!* CaerV. 10 plus 00.0 continue thence South 23.94 feet Easterly from the Southwe.t existing road right of way. East at a point 1720 feet Welt of said ditch center.line Hollis V. Knight County Attorney,
NWVi of
NW 2
Clauderan Vapnar. plaintiff vs. 20 degrees, 57 min., 36 sec. East corner of SWii of NW1 of Township 8 South% of Section 12, IS OWNED BY: Jacob Rech Jr., and the Southeast corner of said run thence South 70 degrees, Starke. Florida. 10/8 *t 10/29

Itfphen A. Vapnar Defendaat.10-108 along the projection of said survey said Section 13, run Eat, Range 22 Anna Rech, his wife. Seetion26_ thence. run North_ 18. degrees -
Case Io. line a distance of 100 feet to the 4 degrees 39 min.. 24 xec. East 1097.53 .- withing 100 feet 35 nun., 31 sec. west 5647.8 i -

N.Ik. T. A,, ar, end of said projection, feet to the beginning of a curve survey lyin line of State Road each side of Sun Xe. 1- Rlftht Of War feet to the North boundary of said

To: Stephen A. Vapnar. whose Containing 0.041 acres more or less concave to the Southeast having a 2S02, from the 100 Sec That part of: ection 2$ at a point 1792.3 feet East That's Our Business
residence and address Is: *70 East excusive of existing road right of radius of 5729.578 feet, run thence ton. NWVi of XW' South line of The NEVi of NE i, West of existing of the Northwest corner thereof. OLSS
,. of
Section
Olive Street. Pomona Calftrnla.You Northeasterly along said curve to Station 129 plus 00, and U, State Road 100 and East thence continue North 18 degree, j If It's Glass We Have It!
lying -
are hereby notfed a.ult IS OWNED BY: Jessie Taylor Stewart through an angle of 1 degree 41 within 50 feet each side of old graded road, of Section 35 min., 31 sec. West 5740.5 feet to ,

forDivorif a widow, as and being the surviving min.. 29 sec. a distance of 169.1 line from Station 129 said 00 survey 4, Township 7 South, Range 2: the North boundary of Section 2:;. CALL WRITE or VISIT
care, custody and control widow, sole heir and devisee let to the North line of SW the North line of said plus to East, Township 7 South, Range 22 East f/I
the Will of Homer Judd Stew- of said Section at point NWVi of NWVi lying westerly of and within 50 8.3
of minor child under Vi 1 a of Section said at a point feet East of tht
against yon In tb. art, deceased. 17.97 feet Easterly the North- described 1 passing survey and line being feet of the survey line of State Road Northwest corner thereof. 1 Joe Peters Glass Co.
over
been
has ted of of of said across 100. Section 202 said line '
Court and cause and "t corner SWVi NWVi NWVi of said Section 12 tol. : survey Containing 5.50 acre, more or less
nam as
above to. serve copy of SRD No. 9 Right Of War Section 13.Containing, lows: Beginning being described as' follows: Beginon exclusive of area in existing ruad
required on theVest .
yott are or pleading. to the That part of: 0.023 acres more or less. of of said line the North boundary of Section right of way. FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Jour answer the Plaintiff Lot 3 of Block "A" of MountPleasant IS OWNED BY: Robert W. Drake NW1 feet Sector 1 .it a 4, Township 7 South, Range 22 East Al minerals including oil and gav

complaint Attorney on Newton T. Jones, 161 Sub-Division Silver Lake, and wife Agnes M. Drake of Bradford west :9.37 r of said South Section 12 North, said at a point 312.7 feet West from theNortheit in and.under said land are lurt- % We Design Modern Store Fronts

King Street. Jacksonville, Fla. Bradford County, Florida, County Florida. point being as Station 118 corner of said Section 4: by reserved unto the party of the ,. A Just Mall Us A Pattern for
original in the office lying West of and within 40 feet of plus 70.S5, descnbfI thence run South 25 degrees. 49 first part its successors and as"lgn.,

Vnd file the of the Circuit Court onor the survey line of State Road S21A TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration 09 th.ml'l., 18 North East 32 degrees min., 31 sec. East 720.2 feet to the but as long as the land herein described -' .- Table Tops
Clerk sec.
1029.75
cf the Section 2863 said survey line of Taking has been filed in the feet to said Station East boundary of said Section 4 ata shall be used for State or ,

before of the November. 195; being described as follows: above styled cause, by the petitioner thence continue North 129 32 plus' 00, point 645.9 feet South from the Federal public highway purpnsrs. 1313 N.W. 4th PI- Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2-4353

8 day .ueu.t' $ or said Beginning on the South line of SW'. the acquiring authority of these 09 min., 18 degrees Northeast corner of said Section 4; the surface of said land will n"I': _

otherwise le be taken. as con of NW1 of Section 13. Township 8 proceedings, of the taking of the feet to the sec. East 363.7 thence continue South 25 degrees be used for drilng. mining or exracting 'I'
Complaint wl South Range 22 East at a point above described lands for the purpose beginning of I curve 49 min.. 31 sec. East 945.3 feet to on. in or under I

fused by notice. shall b. Published 23.94 feet Easterly from the Southwest set forth in the petition in concave of to ZS64.T9 the West feet. having a radius the South line of the N'Wft of NW 4 aid land, nor any use made uf the j J rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBUDGET

This week for four conceCutive corner of SWVi of NW1 of this cause viz: right of way drain Northerly thence run of Section 3, Township 7 south surface of said land inconsistent t J
each along said
once said Section 13 borrow I curve 30.9 22 East at a point 914.5 feet with Federal P
weeks In the Bradford County run age ditches pis. borrow pit through central Range State or highway pur- j
4 degrees, 39 min., 24 sec. East drains and haul a portionof I fEet a angle West of the Southeast corner of said poses f

T eDa1edPthhis 7 day of October. 195*. 1097.53 feet to the beginning of a State Roads Nos. S-100-A and degrees line of ,NW 49 min.. of, 05 XW sec. to of the said North NWVi of NWVi of Seton 3; containIng IS OWNED By: Container Corpora- ,! ]
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OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby curve concave to the Southeast having S-21-A In Bradford County, Florida tion 12 at a point 909.4 feet East Sec 0.21 acre less exclusive ion of America. j { x'\
.( Clerk of the Circuit 3urt a radius of 5729.578 feet, run and that one of the Judges of the from Northwest of area in existing road rightof
of
Clerk thence Northeasterly along said Circuit Court in the corner said Sec Sill Xo. 3S Right Of
Crosby Deput Eighth Judicial way. War II I
U 12
.Ui Marian 10/8 ) 10/U curve through an angle of 1 degree, Circuit of Florida wI on the I' ton ., containing 5.7 acres more IS OWNED BY: G. F. Odom and That part of: I i LOANS I

41 min., 29 sec. a distance of 169.1 25th day of October ., 1954, at IS OWNED BY J. V. Gladys Odom, his wife.SRD The East 200 feet of the N'- i )
NOTICE TO APPEAR feet to the North line of SW 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon thereof wife Martha Johnson.: Johnson and of NWVi of SEt of Section 13, i |

Court. Bradford Cotaty.Eloridal NWVi of said Section 1 at a point in Circuit Court Chambers in "0. S Right Of War Township 8 South; Range 22'' P
Circuit
1. la Cr.fY. 137.97 feet Easterly the Northwest Bradford County Court House at I sun xo. 4S Right of Way The NEVi of NEl, LESS the East I
plaintiff. V! corner of SWVi of NW% of said Starke. Florida consider said Declaration That part of: parcel West of existing State lying Ithing 50 feet of the survey !

Doris May Arthur Woohull Woodhul. Defendant. Section 13.Containing, of Taking, appoint appraisers SEVi of NEVi of Section Road 100 and East of old graded line of State Road 100, Section 28u2, PAY DAY LOANS

George No 1.'ZNotlt 0.023 acres more or less. and make such orders as the Township 8 South, Range 1. road of Section 4. Township said survey line being described as .1

Appear 13 OWNED BY: F. W. Dryden and Court deems proper. All parties to East, -7 South, Range 22 East follows: '

To George Arthur Woodhul wife Virginia T. Dryden. the suit and all parties interestedmay lying within 100 feet each side of lying each side of .and within 50 Begin on the East boundary of Sec- I : '

To: residence and address : appear and be heard at the survey line of State Road 108, Sec feet of the survey line of State ton 13. Township 8 South, Range I

whose ain Street )&cdina. Orleans SRD No. 1 Right Of Way time and place designated.You ton %80%, from the West right of Road 100 Section 2802; said survey East, at a point H56.3 feet i:
South York. That part and each of you, are hereby line of G. S. and F. Railroad on line beging described as follows: North from the of
New
County. hereby notfle" that a South 315 feet of SW of NWVi commanded to appear by filing the North to Station 108 plus 50 Begin on the East boundary of Sec- said Section '1. thence run North I $ $
You are for custody of Section 11. Township 8 South. an answer to the petition heretofore and within 50 feet each side of said ton 4, Township 7 South. Range 22 55 degrees, mm.. 57 sec. West 25 TO 3OO
suit control divorce of child Range 22 East, West of Lake) filed in this cause in the entitled survey line from Station 108 plus at a point 645.9 feet. South 584.75 feet to the beginning of a
and East
filed against you In the lying West of and within 4 feet Court on or before the 16th 51 to the South line of said SEt of the Northeast corner of said concave to the Northeast

has been named Court and cause and of the survey line of State Road day of November. 1954, to show NE1! of Section 11, said survey line Section 4: thencf run North 25 degrees having a radius of 2864.79 feet;

above to serve a cop of S-21-A Section 2863, said survey line what right title interest, or lens described as passing over and 49 ., 31 sec. West 720.2 thence Northwesterly 414.73 feet

you are require t'the complaint being described as folows' you of you, have in across EH of EVi of said Section feet to the North boundary of said along the arc of said curve, througha : Prompt Courteous .
your answe the plaintIfr Attorney Beginning on the SW% any of the above described lands II as follows: Beginning on the Section 4 at a point 312.7 feet West central angle of 8 degrees, 17 min. -
on
hanS O. Taenller. Jr., S05 Smith of NWVi of Section U, Township 8 and show cause why the same East line of NEVi of Section 11 at from the Northeast corner thereof; 41 sec. to the North boundary of
j3uildlng. JacksoflYtUe. Florida South. Range 22 East at a point should not be taken for the uses a point 1529.37 feet South on Northeast hence continue North 25 degrees. said Section 1 at a point 160.42 Confidential Service

the original In the ofnce of 23.94 feet Easterly from the Southwest and purposes set forth in the petition corner of said Section 11, at a 49 min., 31 sec. West %62 feet to feet East the Northwest corner -

and fie of the Circui Court 05or corner of SWVi of NWVi of said filed herein point designated as Station 118 plus the West line of the of SEViif thereof

the the 15 1ovmber. Section 13. run thence North 4 degrees WITNESS my and the seal 70.25 thence run South 32 degrees. Section 33. Township 6 South Containing 0.17 acre, more or less

before otherwise the alegatons 39 min.. 24 sec. East 1097.53 of said Court on this 13th day of October 09 min., 18 sec. West 509.42 feet to Range Z East at a point 52.3 teet exclusive of area in existing road MARION FINANCE COMPANY

i$54, Complaint will aconfesed feet to the beginning of a curve A.D., 1934. the beginning of a curve concave South the Northwest corner of right of way.

said by you. concave to the Southeast having a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby to: the easterly, having a radius of said NE>.i of SKVi; containing 0.2S IS OWNED BY: R. Willis Rivers and

This notice shall be published radius of 5729.578 feet run thenceNortheasterly I Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad. 2864.79 feet thence run Southwesterly acre more or less, exilnsivo of area Laura Rivers his wife. I EMERGENCY CALL COLLECT

week for foul consecutive along said cure ford County Florida. along said curve 510.8 feet In existing road right of way.
each
weeka once tn the Bradford County Talegraph. through an angle of 1 degree, Hollis V. Knigh County Attorney, through a central degrees IS OWNED BY: Esther n Williamson SRD Xo. 40 Right Of Way I PHONE 5333 Gainesville

min. 29 distance of tarke. 10/15 11/5 13 min. to said Station 108 single.
sec. a 19.1 4 That part of:
this day of October. US*. feet to the North line of SW plus 50. thence continue along said \ Or write P. 0. Box 446, 218 W. University Ave.

OFFICIAL Dated 1 Charles A. Dab NW1 of said Section II at a point I a The Circuit Court Of The .:lg"CI curve in a Southerly and South- SRD Xo. Right Of War The SWV4 of SWVi of SW'i of I Gainesville Fla.
1 Section
( SEA Circuit Court feet Easterly from the North- Judicial Circuit Of Florida .tal easterly direction 3204.37 feet That part of: 36, Township 7 South, I ,

Crosby, Deputy Clerk west corner of SW ot NW of For Bradford County. through a central angle of 61 degrees The NWVi of %. West of State Range 22 East AALLALAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAALAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHUNDREDS
Yuia 1 % 'I BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA 05 min.. 15 SI lying each bide of and within 50
) 10/1 115 said Section 13; sec to the East Read 28 of Section 10, feet of the
Containing 0.057 acres more or less, a political subdivision of the line of SEVi of NE'. of said Section Township ( South, Range 22% survey line of State Road
100
>OTICE"TO APPEAR IS OWNED DY: Rev. Wilfred George State of Florida, 11, at a point 166 fret North of I East. being Section 2802, said survey line

Coar. C m y.Flarldnt Aldridge a widower. Petitioner, Southeast corner of said Section 11. westerly of and within 50( described as follows:
.la. Circuit Bradford containing 5 less. l'in I Begin on the South boundary of the I
vs. acres more or
1 a Cka.cerl. the survey line of State Road
NWli of
Frank 110. Plaintiff vs. Una Taco. SRD No. 12 Drainage Easement IIW.HAI.K.. et aI IS OWNED BY: Stephen C. Denmark 100 Section 2802; said survey line I Range Section 22 East 1, Township s '
10-709 Defendants. and Seeber M. Denmark as outh at a point i
Case Station being described follows
Defendant. 10. Lateral Ditch Rlftht of as :
3 No. 8019 of the Last Will and Testament tt East from the Southwest
Appear Plus 10.8 Case Executor ning on the South line of i
Jt.ttrTe Regin-\corner of said
\ NWVi of Section
of John 1. '
whose residenceand Denmark, de- Stction 15, Township 7 South.
To: Lena lazo. That part of: NOTICB OF HI/I.E .MSI I. thence run North 18 degrees.
address Is: 104-51 **th Avenue.Corona South 315 feet of SWVi of NW% NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN ceased.- 22 East at a point 433.7 feet Easterly min., 11 sec. West 2882.S6 feet 38.

New York of Section 13, Township 8 South, C from the Southwest corner of the West tr
PROCEEDINGS: SHIo.. 50 boundary of said Section
You are hereby notfed that a Range 22 East (West of Lake) IAI. Of War SEVi of NE'4 of said Section 15, run 1 at a point 54.44
IX THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY That part of: feet South from of details are managed and economic
suit for lying each side of and within 15 thence North 18 degrtes. 35 min., 31 the Northwest
THE STATE of corner of said Section ,
of
EVi SEV4 Section
Divorce feet of a Lateral Ditch Centerline, I FLORIDA Ol UI'I 8 .1, Town- sec. West 2791.3 feet to the North 1 ; thence North ally attended that only a trained and
ship is
South
Range 22 East
has been filed against you In the said Ditch Centerline being described line of said Section 15, (South line contnuf
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN SWV degrees 38 min..
of
above named Court and cause and as follows: I AND to ail persons and part I Township, S\V14 8 South of Section 12.I 22, of Section 10. Township 7 South feet to the North line sec.elt of 57.1. L careful organization can attend when
to serve a copy of the South line of I Range Range 22 East) at a point 908.0 feet
are required Commencing on
I
you Township 8
s having or claiming any right East, South Range 22 Eat i the urgent need for serving is at
or pleading to the complaint of NWVi of Section 13 Township easterly from the Southwest corner
your answer SWVi interest estate mortgage or I lying each side of and within 50 at a point 1.7 feet West from tht I
on the Plaintiffs Attorney 8 South Range 22 East at a other lien to or on those certain feet of survey line of State Road cf SEI of said Section 10 continuethence Northeast of said Section 2. hand.
W. Getien. P. O. -Box North 18 degrees, 35 min., 31
jsamuil point 23.9 feet Easterly from thESouthwest thence continue North
parcels of land situate in Bradford 100, Section 2802, said line d
81, Gainesville, Florida corner thereof run thence County. Florida and hereinafter described being described as survey sec. West 5561.3 feet to the North :38 min., 11 sec. West 1 gretI'1
in the officeof min. 24 passing o" rand line of said Section 10 at a point 280.8
original 39
and file the North 4' degrees sec. and the a point: thence
following of
the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Eat 217.07 feet to the POINT OFBEGINNING together with all unknown persons persons and aros EI SWVi EVs of of Section 1 828.7 feet Westerly from the North 35 min., 31 sec. West % 1 feet to DeWITT C. JONES
SWt4 of 797.9 I II
or before the IS day of Novem. OF DITCH CENTERLINE SW1 east corner of i of said Section the North
,\ I boundary
claiming by, through or under 12. as follows: 35.
Beginning on Seton Phone 7 Starke Fla.
ber. 1954; otherwise the allegationsof run thence South 85 degrees known persons who are dead or who ton East line of NEVi of said Sec- 10, Township 7 South, ,
said Complaint will be taken as 20 min., 36 sec. East 200 feet to the Containing 0.55 acre more or less point 1720 See e
are not known to be dead or alive: (ion 11 at a point 1520.37 feet Southof road I iat a feet West from the 5J.flfl.sspFuneral
confessed by you. end of said Ditch Centerline, Northeast exclusive of area in existing Northeast corner of said Section 35
corner of said Section
This notice shall be punished I Containing 0.103 acres more or less Jacob Rech Jr., 11, thence run South 32 degrees 09 right of way. Containing 0.04 acre, more or less, Director Ambulance Service
each week for four consecutiveweeks I Road OWNED by: Edwin H. Reagan and
once exclusive of Street or right Starke Florida IS of area in existing road
L'ox 13, min., 18 sec. West 509.42 feet to theleginning ncush'e
in the LTadford County Tel- of way. 'leone Reagan. his wife.
of a curve concave to the way. Our local funeral home enable u to offer convenience aal
egraph. IS OWNED BY: Rev. Wilfred George Anna Easterly having radius IS OWNED RY: The Town of Key-
Dated this 8 day of October. 1954. Aldridge, whose residence and ad- Box Reh Florida thence run a Southwesterly of 2864.9feet SRI Xo. I- HUM Of Way stone Heights -Florida municipal services not otherwise available.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charle A. Darby dress Is unknown 1 Southerly and That part of corporation.

Clerk of Circuit Court G. F. said Southeasterly. along (A) The NWVi of SEtS, East of _
curve feet
By Marian 1 Crosby, Deputy Clerk SRD No. IS Right Of Way Box Oor, ., Florida central angle of 74 degrees through IS min.a. State Road 28 (100). of Section Sun Xo. 4- Right Of Way I fl nsa s nfl ssSSSrtss S'S SJ'rtssrs rn rsrn-s

10/1 t 11/5 That part of: }5 sec. to the East line 10, Township 7 South, That part of I We furnish the
of SEVi of highest type cervte* at lowest and
EH of SEV1! and SE% of NE .J Gladys SEVi of said Section Range 22 East andB N4 of NWVi of SEVi, LESS 6 prices,
11
la Tke Circuit Court Of The Etgfctk except acres in NE Corner of Box Odor. Florida 166 feet North of Southeast, at a cornerof point ( ) "A small triangle of land acre on the -East side, and the I accept ANT life Insurance policy i in force, lasted by ANT
Judicial ( Of Florida IB Aad Section It Township 8 South in the junction of right of South 160 feet of Section 13.

..., 'lr411 CoaatyLaw Range 22 East. containing 118! Farmers & Bank, Southwesterly said Section along 11, thence said continue carve way of State Road 28 (100)) Township 8 South Range 22 i company, aa payment la pan or la full on a ftaeraL

No. 80:0 acres; excepting Road rights of Monticcllo. )enhlut 230.9 feet through a central angleof and a rand graded County Eat, Consultation carries no obligation.

BRADFORD COUNTY. FLOIUDXa way and except the following I 4 degrees 37 min., 05 to the Road in the North edge of lying Southerly of and wnhin 50 I
poltlcl subdivision of the parcel conveyed to W. S. Sibleyby R. Williamson South line of SW of SWi4 sec.of SWH SWVi of SEVi of Section 10, feet of the survey line of State Ircs'1
recorded in Deed Book Estbe Road HO 2802 said I
tatt deed Royal Street, of Section 12, Township 8 South Township 7 South Range Seton survey
Petitioner 6S at Page 227 of the Public Records 22 East", line being follows
Louisiana a
New Orleans. Range 2% East, at a point 160.42 i
Bradford Florida within 50 Begin the East boundary of Section
vs. of County feet East of Southwest of lying Easterly of and on

WILLIAM KAUFMAN. *t al. to-wit: Beginning at the NE Corner Michael Dew whose residence and said Section 12, corner 6.6 feet of the survey line of State Road 13, Township 8 South, Range I
containing acres
Defendants.NOTICE of SEVi of SEVi of Section 14 address is unknown more or less. 100. Section 2802, said survey line 22 East, at a point 1456.97 feet I BEST RATES IN TOWN%

OF tItLE MSIlre Township! 8 South, Range 22 IS OWNED BY: G. W. Hall and Eva being described as follows: I North from the Southeast corner of

>.( Of F.ulatBt UoBtalB ProeeedIX East and run a distance of 48! Mary Dew whose residence and ad- G. Hall, his wife. Beginning on the South line of NE .4 said Section 13, thence run North I

I.gs feet South on Section line between dress is unknown of Section 15, Township 7 South, ':55 degrees, 03 min., 57 sec. Welt
THE NAME AXD BY THE AITTHOK1TY and thencerun 433.7 feet 5847.75 feet the of Representing
Sections 1 13 SRO Xo. Right Of War Range 22 East at a point to beginning a I
OF THE STATE OF West to intersection of Edwin H. Reagan That part of: Easterly from the Southwest corner curve concave to the Northeast,

"'WID.o Starke. Melrose and Santa Fe Route 1, Box 144 Starke, Florida A parcel of land in the NEVi of of SEVi of NEVi of said Seton having a radius of 2864.79 feet, America's Largest Mutual Ins.
Companies
WHOl IT MAY CONCERN' Road thence run North along I of Section 15 Township 15. run thence North 13 'thence Northwesterly 414.73 feet

al persons and said line of County Road a distance Cleone SEi Range 22 East described J5 roln., 31 sec. Weet 2791.3 fet t along the arc of said curve througha j

parties having claiming any of U! feet, thence run Est Route 1 Reagan. Starke, Flor'a Suth.follows: Pegin at pointof the North line of said Section central angle of 8 degrees, 17 min. COMPARE THESE SAVINGS
right, title. Interest, estate mortgage to point of beginning Ex 14 intersection of the West (South line of Section 10. Township 41 sec. to the North boundary of

nr other lien to or on those Section 1*, Township 8 South Theron right of way line of State Road 7 Suth. Range 22 East. at a sid Section 13 at a point 160.42 feet

certain parcels of land hereinafter Range %Eat Bradford County Route 1,E 100re., Stirke Florida -2* (now U>0) with the South point the'East from the Northwest corner AUTOMOBILE 10-20%
Bx 15
dexrlbed and the following persons Florida A. "trtp of land off line of said NEVi of SE%; Southwest corer ot SEVi of eaid therea
together with all unknown persona the of SWVi of SE% Page Virginia Moore. thence run Northerly 96 feet Section 10. continue thence North < 0.035 acres more or less FIRE DWELLING ?

claiming by. through or under of Section 1*, Township 8 South Route 1. Box 345 Starke Florida along right :of way line; 18 degrees 35 min., 31 sec. West exclusive of existing road right of on 20

known persons who are dead orvho Range 22 East, being 36S fet i thence"sId Southwesterly 218 feet 5561.3 feet to the North line of said way. FIRE BUSINESS

are not known to be dead or wide from North to South extending Charles A. Shelley. thence Easterly 249 feet to thePoint Section 10 at a point 828.7 feet IS OWNED BY: D. O. Stewart and on \$%
alii*. entirely across 40are Westerly from the Northeast cornerof Camille P. his wife.
sal. Route 1, Box 7t-D, Starke, Florida of Beginning. Stewart
containing 11 I lying West of and within 50 feet NWVi of said Section 1 MOTELS a a 35%
William Kaufman, o les Also. SWVi of NEVi of Fern E. Shelley, of the survey line of State Road Containing 0.550 acres less. SRD X.. 43 Right Of Way

2JO fInd Street N. \V. Seton 1*. Township I Suth i Route 1, Box 79-D, Starke. Florida 100. Section 2S02, said survey line exclusive of existing road right of That par of: GARAGE LIABILITY 35%
Canton. 22 being described way. of NEVi of Section 33,
East as follows
:
acres, more ALSO MTU Emma M. Heiberger, Begin on the East boundary of Sec IS OWNED by: Theron E. Moore and Township 6 South, Range %ZEst

Jessie Taylor Stewart, a widow, of SEVi! of ,Section 1*. Township 8 Jacksonville, Florida 15. Township 7 Soutk. Range wife Page Virginia Moore. LESS 6 acres in the North-

.hOle residence and address is un South Range 22 East, containing ton East at a point 162 feet North corner, Why Pay More

known. Margaret H. Brewster from the Southeast said lying each side of and within $
acrf. corner of SR'D No. Right Of Way
lying each side of and within : feet of the survey line of
4 Jacksonville, Florida Section 15. thence run North degrees of
That part
F. W. Dyden fet of the survey Une of 35 min.. 31 sec. West 1 aUf (A) A parcel of land In theE Rd 100 Section O%saId survey C
Route begicg described follows
S-21-A. Section 2S(3 sail survey H. Cerni. the North boundary of the of Section 15 as :

Ktarke. Florida line being described aa: Luis Los Olas Blvd.. Section 1 at a point 908 feet Esfct Township 'SE' Range 22 Begin on the South boundary of
Suth. Section 33
(
Range
(1) Township Contact
Fort Lauderdale, Florida from Northwest corner of East Beginningat South
Virginia T. Dryden Beginning the West line of SEU NEV of said Section 15, tie the Northeast a corner of 22 East at a point West

lloute 1. of SEVi of Section 14, Township Corday ?'. Heiberger Containing 0.01 acre. more or less, S4 of NEVI of of SE>4 Southeast corner of said
Starke. Florid South Range 12 East at a point !1242 (or 1442) Williams Street. of area in existing road of said Section XE1 thence Section 33. thence run North 23 degrees -
from the excusive 1. rn 49 min., 31 sec. West CONNER
Northerly Southwest nOO.1 Bros. Insurance
Norfolk. Virginia way. West feet the East
VTilfred Geerg Aldridge. &i.8 feet to the beginning of a Agency :
Re. corner of SEVi of SE1 of said i IS OWNED BY: Newsora and right line of existingState I
whose residence and address is un Lil 1ay concave to the Northeast, having a
Section 14. run thence S9 degrees l
-
Julia H. Forsythe (also known as the unknown law, grantees, Road 100. thence South-
radius of Northwesterly
known. S3 min., 24 sec. East 1305.S6 i Julia H. Forsythe HolUday), devisees and other claimants claiming easterly %%1 feet along said :U.7. feet along thence the arc- 129 W. Call St. Phone
the East line of said Section 285
tfet by.
1220 Bond Avenue, or agaiist East right way thence North
through of said curve, through a central angle -
THUS Olson _
at a point 32.5 feet
Northerly Cecil
1 Hamilton Ohio deeased. 2096 feet to the Point of Be- of 23 degrees, Z mW to tht,

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 22, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE WNB

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[ VTTTTVTTTTTTTVTTTTTMtn .'.YTYYYYYTYYTTTTTTTTYYYTTYTTTTTYTYYTYTTTTTTTTYTT1. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR I
Church of Christ
TAX DEED -
I I House Bill Xo. 1S62 I-
C. L. Overturf Jr.. Minister S:3 FARMER'SD
Heightsby I Notice Is hereby given that Luke
Keystone De Sue the holder of the fol-
The Church of Christ invites the lowing certificates has filed said

public to listen to its new radio Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I A R Y3 certificates thereon.for The a tax certificate deed to be num-issued -

program, "The Old Paths," at 9 4 bers and years of issuance the description -
of the property and the
I
.
1 m. on Sundays over station
j names in which It was assessed are
WDVH. The singing is under the The Keystone Heights Woman's I jag follows: 1-- k.a

Methodist Church Presbyterian Church direction of H. J. Waters and Bill Club held the first meeting of new : The items author of win Interest be glad concernIng to receive -- I I Certificate 1852.Description. No. 43. Years of Isaeance -
1, :
Henderson. Requests for favorite year on Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 1 p. m of Lot 3 of
the activities of farmers In Property:
Sunday, October 24, Laymen i- Sunday School; 11 a.m.-Morn- numbers are welcome. ; I I Elk
in the club house. In the absenceof 3 Sunny Acres $/D, Sec. 21, T.
Day: 9:45 a. m. Church School; I- Sunday chool; 11 a. m. Morn- : Bradford County. Suggestions may 6 S. U. Z2 E. i I
The is L. Overturf Jr.
C. T.
speaker Charles
the Mrs. .
W rship. In1every !ing Worship Service "The .Home president be left at the Telegraph office or 4 Name in which assessed: H. A. qx I
11 a. m. Morning minister of the Church of Christin
Smith, vice-president, presided. Manassa. I
Methodist in Floridaat Base", special offerng for Pres- : mailed to Sam MrGarvey, Law y. 5 j i
pulpit ;
Starke. Mt. Overturf receivedhis All of said
Mrs. Elbert Altaian chaplain, of- property being In the I
this hour a laymen will be bytery's Home Missions; 6 p. m. B. A. and M. A. degrees from fered the opening prayer. Five new ; By Sam McGarvey Ida.County of Bradford. State of Flor- !i! !
Leader Youth Fellowship, Gerry Gib-
I f
speaking. Our Charge Lay and AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEnjoyed ft
David Lipscomb College Pea- introduced and
members were Unless such certificate or certificates ( t
secured J. H. Cheely, of Willis son, Robert and Leslie Humphries, .
has body College respectively. He has shall be redeemed accordingto
ton, who is the associate Lay hosts; 7:30 p. m. Evening Wor- been minister of the local Churchof welcomed.Mrs. visiting theeggproduction I to the calf and put some medicine law the property described In CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON I
District Service, "The Seven Abomina- a Smith announced that all ranch belonging to Mr. and 'Ion the ear just like that! such certificate or certificates will ,
Leader of the Gainesville ; ,ship be sold to the bidder at
Christ since September. He is highest the about this I
had been functioningwell question
Time ,tions". commttees Mrs. court house door the first Monday
5:30: p. m. Recreation ; also teacher in the school Tom Howell about six miles on -
a county for the past few weeks and I Bedded up in the kitchen garden In month November, 1354
6:15: p. m. Fellowship Supper for j', Tuesday: 7 p. m. Family I system. outh of Starke on road 100. We which Is the 1st day of November,
Intermediates and Seniors; 6:45 p. Night Supper, Rev. R. H. Sho- she called on the chairmen for re have I and then didn' 't get it planted, and 1954.Dated Does your agency handle this
I read a lot about the
,
m. Worship Service for MYF 'walter, Jacksonville, guest speaker I ports. Mrs. Cooper, chairman cage now the doggone place is grownup this !9 day of September, new Earnings Insurance which
I 1954.
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. the bazaar committee, reported method of raising chickens, but r
groups; 7:30 p. m. Evening 'I special offering for Home Mis- plans for bazaar and supper to be this was the first time we saw with weeds, and we'll have I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby pays the rent, payroll. taxes, I l
Preaching Service. sons. Raymond E. MacBlalo j to re-work the beds i Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
held on Thursday, Nov. 18. one at first hand. have before we can I i ford County Florida. all operating expenses and
Tuesday: 10 a. In. The Weekof Wednesday: 3 p. m.- Hollowe'enParty They over I plant. Worst thing is that Bermuda f
Prayer and Self Denial of the for Nursery Class at T. A. Services at St. Mark's Episcopal I The library committee reported 2,200 hens, each one in an indi- I grass is taking over, and-I 10/1 4t 10/22 1 even the net profit during the

WSCS will be observed on this day. Yawn home; 7:30 p. m. Prayer Church will be as follows: li-brary I more vidual cage, with feed and water I -ve'll have a terribl time trying __ time my store might be I
will be held in the Adult Choir Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church project but said. that
The meeting Meeting; 8 p. m. i to get rid of it. Never i
books are needed before the library available at all times. The hens| thought we ALL TYPES OF closed by fire, wind or other
Sanctuary with Mrs. Robert D. Practice. : School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. -

Sommer in charge. A similar service Thursday: 3:30, p.. m. Junior Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 can be opened. Your coop- just eat, drink, gossip, and lay i"particu-lar sure PEST CONTROL i damage?

for the Wesleyan Service Guild Choir Practice. p.m. Y. P. S. L. eration will be appreciated on this. eggs. In this system, a hen better!get mad at that stuff. i

will be held in the Sanctuary at Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Litanyand Mrs. Smith turned the chair produce, for a record is kept andit I '
Mrs. Schroeder and, as I TERMITESHousehold
over to
7:3,0: p. m.Wednesday. At The Tabernacle Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir is a question of put out the eggsor Our broccoli is growing pretty -
for
chairman of the committee Commercial
: 3:30 p. m. Chil- Practice. revising the constitution, read the be popped into a pot. We get well; some of the plants are already Charley E. Johns

drens Bible Story Hour. All children Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Cutshaw of Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, draft of the revisions as recom- one egg from nine hens and each showing heads and it won'tbe GROVE SPRAYINGCall

of the community from ages Greenville, Tenn., were guests of 11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: p.m. the committee. This one claims it! too long before we"ll have a for estimate I
mended
by
6 through 11 are cordially invitedto the Tabernacle last week and oc- will be read and discussed and vo- delicious vegetables whenever we Florida Pest Control I

attend; 7:30: p. m.the-WSCS The Program and cupied the Prophet's Room. :Mr. St. Edward's Church ted on at the 'next business meet- Back at our favorite crop of want it. & Son Agency
Meeting of e
Cutshaw brought the morning strawberries, taking up old mother & Chemical Co.

Wesleyan Service Guild will be in message last Sunday, and special Sunday Mass et 9:15: a. m. ing.The plants and the few runners we find Our cows are in sorry shape to 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6033: I
club
charge of this hour. Mrs. C. D. music was enjoyed during the day. Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and next meeting of the here and there, and it is slow work.It begin the winter. We don't know Gainesville, Fla. Phone 13 Starke, Fla.
will be held Tuesday, Oct. 26, at 1
Williams is the leader for this 8:30: a. m.Children's. takes a long time to clean the how we're going to manage to get AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.WITH .
service. HI-WAY CIUPELAssembly Class Saturday 11 p. m. This will be a covered dish plants, split the old crowns and so them through. It looks now as if I I

Thursday: 6:30 p. m. Youth ( of God) a. m. luncheon followed by a discussionon far we have only about 4,500 we'll have a terrible time tryinga

Choir Rehearsal; 7:30 p. m. _II' 780 W. Highway 16 Keystone Heights "How Good Is Your Clab" bya plants set out. One thing we are protein supplement any ay now !
Chancel Choir Rehearsal. panel composed of Mrs. J. C. i
(Women's dub) thankful for is that we have a lot so that they don't get worse than
Services ft the Detweiler, Mrs. F. M. Walrath Sr.,
Hi-Way Chapel Sunday Mass 8 a m. of plants we may set out about they are now. The calves look !
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS 780 West Highway 16, will be as Mrs. E. Altman, and Mrs. Wm. ,
Holy day masses 7:30: a. m. 15,000 plants, and we'll have some good, though. '
CHURCH follows: i Confessions before all Masses. Siprelle. left over. We are setting.some out [

Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday: 10 a.m. Sunday Mrs. H. O. Whelchel. Coving- each day, and it is tedious, but Alice air-layered a section of tJU01HERM

Morning Service 11 a.m. School; 11 a m. Worship Hour; WOODLAWN MISSIONARY ton Ga., is visiting Mrs. J. A. we'll get the job done. lour crepe myrtle bush two months

Evening Service 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service. BAPTIST CIIUKCIILAWTEY Williams this week. They are .- .- .- ago, and when she examined it,

Prayer Meetings Wednesday< Thursday: 7:30: p.m. Bible FL.10 .\. spending some time at Cedar Keys We were surprised to find a I she found a fine system of root OIL HOME HEAlERS

night 7:45 p.m. Saturday night Hour. Hear Rev. Bullock speakon with relatives. bloom on one of the mother plants I growth. She gave it to Mom, and

the Book of Revelation. Pic- a.m. Sunday SchOOl, 11 a.m. Leonard Phillips of Wilkes-,we didn't get any encouragement. Iwe know that she'll make it grow. EXCLUSIVE ELECTRIC

Starke Citizens torial charts available to everyoneto preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45 prayer barre, Pa., is visiting his aunt, I be nothing unusual about this, but I

see. service, 7 o'clock song services, I Mrs. Pat Fraher. I it was new to us. All of which reminds While working in the old berry I &EZLd4 _
Eligible For Cash 7:30 evening services. '? .tglr
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schrieferand I us that the longer you work patch we've been playing hide-

Citizens of Starke trading area Church of God EVERGREEN son, Harry, and Mr. and Mrs. I with a crop, the more you learn and-seek with a black snake. Al- No matches needed! All do U

of good character and in need of I Richard Schriefer and son, Rich about it.We're. most every time we go up a rowe w I turn the dial. Electric you
cash are eligible for our Loan Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- BAPTIST CHURCH ard, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. I e e see it go scooting through the SElF-Ughtef

services. Either on a Pay Day ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- Raynor at the Lakeside Cottagesthis getting hungry for some weeds, like a streak of black lights your heater,

Status of $50.00 for 30 days, at ning Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E. ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. week. sweet potatoes, so we dug around lightning. It acts as if it's scaredof
$1.75 interest the Famous Service Wednesday 7:45 and m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer but
or on p.m. ,some of the vines in the field us!
Budget Plan. Contact Marion Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m. Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. I Jack Haberstroh, whovas: we didn't get any encouragemnt. *

Finance Co. by phone 5333 Gaines- Lawtey Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. in the hospital in Lake City for The only thing we could find was Read about a cow that is 28
is home for fewdays
ville, or wrie P. O. Box 4,46, 218 I Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning an operation a some long stringy roots, and it I years old and still milking. Told

W. University Ave., Gainesville' I Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH but will go back for further looks bad now for the second 18-year-old Joy about is, and she
treatment.Col. ..
LAWTEY, FLA. I l
Fla. (Adv.) Saturday, 7:30
I : p.m. year in a row. just rolled her eyesandsaid"My
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- Emma Vogel will return this:i e gracious looks like I'm still a

d dt. ing 11 a. m. & 7:30: p. m. Midweek week from a six week tour .of Zoom down went the temperaturethe 'voting heifer':"

service Wednesday 7:3P: p. m. Texas and the west coast. .1 other night and we had to I DUO-THERM

I A. E. Massey, pastor. 1.1and Mrs. H. DeLeon South gather some fatwood and get a

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST erland of Athens, Ga., are visiting fire going to get warm for the ': .r---'' :*-*--'-,->'--XSi j ,-r- '--' --i-' I II "IMPERIAL"

their! nephew T. D. Southerlandthis I first time this season. However, !
LATTER DAY SAINT i Available In 2 heating
Starke week. the fall crops we have in tomatoes ,I I

The Church of Jesus Christ of I :Mr. and Mrs. Al Nelson have returned squash, green beans, etc., were : capacities nA, si

Latter-Day Saints will hold their from a trip to the North l shivering out in the cool night. I

-1 -:; REV.) LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor quarterly Stake Conference at the Carolina mountains.The and although it didn't damage them I I

Woman's Club on Riverside Ave- trustees, representatives of seriously:!;1 we know it slowed them I

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town nue, Jacksonville, Sunday, Octo- the Sunday School, choir, and I down. t I
ber 10 at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. The women's organization, met on t I
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 public. is cordially invited. Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 8 p. m. in the Comfort, our wandering cow t i i H

All services in Starke on Sundaywill church to discuss plans for the; who loves nothing better than to

be omitted. I new Educational Building. There bust down a fence and get into I \ i

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. were 29 present. The architectwas mischief, will not get through the I

HEILBRONN not able to be present but f back fence anymore. We strung I

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. BAPTIST CHURCH sent in a series of questions for: four strands of bathed wire along I

consideration. Present plans call for it, pulled tight by the tractor,
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. i Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- 15 class rooms an auditorium I and we know the black rascal will i

ling 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: i having kitchen not mess around there again. 5 \
folding a (
'
. .: ----2": : : :':: '. '_ -- .'_ : .:-::::: I II|p.m. Preaohing 7:30 p.m. PrayerI a ladies parlor partitions and offices What a job it was cutting out the :I j I II

I Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. for-the pastor. The building wil:I I gallberry bushes and replacing old I .. : ONLY DOWN. II EASY TERMS f :
REV. Milton J. Dukes before could the I iI
i I pastor. be so constructed that it can be posts we put up I I
connected with the church ; fence! Stringing the wire was easy. II II I .Ihis I
by hold austi I ;
SERMON SUNDAY NIGHT | SEVENTH DAY covered passages.The S e e I i Is numbing; Exclusive/ / Duo-therm fine furniture stylingl

ADVENTIST CHURCH Had a lot of trouble catching a very I
11 I Services each Sabbath in old following item should have'I half-Brahman calf in a ten-acre I Is Tommie's AH that's left I e More heat cleaner heat, from every drop of oil-
plumbing.
First Church been included in last week's column l
Dual Chamber Burner.
Baptist with Duo-Therm's exclusive
Hampton I Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath field' as Sam is by no means
but got lost somehow. Mrs. Elbert
: I School 2 p.m. Preaching Altman reports as general chair, another Roy Rogers when it comes Do you shout censorable thingsat t Fine furniture styling beautiful mahogany finish.

I each second and fourth Sabbaths man of the committee for the: to roping. Alice figured out an your plumbing? It's bad I Forced-heat circulation and fuel savings up to 23%
'Mis-Behaviour
In The House Of God'By 13 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. Emergency Drive for the Pplio I easier way she just walked up for your blood pressure. The \I with Duo-Therm's exclusive Automatic POWER

Pastor Merle Packham I Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. Fund; that the total collected i in, ......m.m..nv... II best thing; to do is call us and : AIR Blower.

Everyone welcome.: Keystone was J243.31. She wishesto before you can say Tommy I I e 2 wide-opening doors for radiant heat. Healthful

Sunday School 10 A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. I! TVTTTTTVTYTTTTTTTTTTYTrSiSTATE express her thanks to the following ;:I PINE LEVEL : Fix-it your worries will be I humidifier. Special Waste Stopper Handy waist-high
I !
(j Boy Scouts who did so over. control.
Wed. Night "HOUR OF POWER" 8 P M. much to put the drive over: Kyle i iI l
FARM] I:McMurtry Jr.. I by !Mrs. II. :M. :MrKae" I Have matchless comfort this winter and years to come;
Rickey Sunderland.
[ Cold weather is no excuse for not attending Worship |i 'Mike Adams. Jerry Livingston I II See this new Duo-Therm Windsor now.
|Services. This Church I and t AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA S.B tsr
Building is well heated Come AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAA Bruce Prevatt. $.
L to church this Lord's Day and enjoy the blessings which I II The I Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Lewis and TV S;

people of other nations do not have. We always wel- Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Crews and Keystone Beauty Shop has i I Mr. and :Mrs. Tony Gor"ales of
moved
come the visitors! | I son, Billy, of Auburndale, Mr. and i to a new location in the!| Starke and Rev. and Mrs Kite WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
:Ownbey Building. The .
Mrs. new shop is:
Plummer Moore
and Mr. and and son of LaCrosse!" enjoyed the
I decorated with .SL :STAlKE*fLAS
I Mrs. J. E. large reception
Crews ;
of Miami spent I I birthday celebration and dinner
room and several booths.
I Tuesday through Thursday with I given at the home of Mr. and Mrs PHONE 414-J

i i the P. S. Crews The :Moores zlso The Rather's new home Is almost -I Rishop Thomas at their home in 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke, Fla.

I visited with the G. E. Crews while completed and work is progressing :Brooker last Sunday, honoring I II )I i

I here. on the McKewen home on i j their son. Kenneth Thomas who IP i ...

I Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Tucker and Magnolia St. Keystone keeps. i 12. and Rev. Kite of Lacrosse.

I family, of Fernandina Beach, spent growing. i I Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and "

Saturday with the Wainwrights, The Keystone Heights PTA i daughter, Sherley and son, Lynn.

and they all in turn went toI Hallowe'en Carnival will be heldon ; were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. F. cOWoddk

Gainesville, where they visited the I I Thursday night, Oct: 28 at .Hall and family Friday night and mOt thggoo ftuekt

I girls' brother and family, Mr. and',6:30 p.m. in the City Park. j Saturday at JacksonviUe.I'

Mrs. Carl Edwards. The parade will begin at the i Mrs. Sue Myrick of Starke, and

I It ,i Mr. and Mrs. Angus Davis, new fire house at 6:30: sharp. I I Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and ,

Builds Satisfac ; iIJJi 'former resident of the farm, visited Fire engines will lead the parade j family: were dinner guests of the Ii !@t nnYJ ndutnt ItOOm I
State Farmites Sunday. The from the fire hhouse to the city H. M. M's. Sunday. Mrs. Robert !

t Davises now reside in Gainesville.Mr. park where the judging of costumes Myrick and son Billy of Starke

> and Mrs. Alt-art; Yarbroughand will take place. were visitors Sunday night.It : .

children, of Gainesville, spent There will be prizes for cos- was another great day at the

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. tumes the funniest prettiest, ugliest i home' of Mrs. Alma Starling last .- ,'r.. Standard Dodge V,.ton pick up

I Yarbrough.Mr. and most orginial.The j Sunday. Her son. William came V J'-1 T truck with sensational ne# 145-hp.
and Mfs. \V. E. Feagle ac- Carnival will begin immedi-i i home on Thursday of last week Po er-Dome v.&engine was driven
There is substitute for sa'illgsreser'e i w '
no a companied by Mr. and }I's. E. J. ately aftr the parade. i i,from Ft. Benninjr, Ga.. and one of .a continuously around Chrysler Cap..rr .
Yarbrough, spent Saturday after- I test track for over 1 weeks with
There will be booths for the her sons "W. B. celebrated his -
no mechanical failures.
noon enjoying the Union County Fortune Teller, White Elephants, birthday Sunday too. Some of .. -
this
in
growing steadily Fair at Lake Butler.
Fish Pond and four big fun games. those present to enioy this occasion qtr. Stops wore\ made only to change
N. -
Mrs. Cleo Trice and Mr. and I There will ba hot dogs, hamburgers -' were her children Mr. and .. 4 e drivers and for fuel, oil I, grease,
Mrs. Wilson Taylor and children, i Mrs. W. B. Starling and Mr. and ,; spark plugs. Distance traveled in
I : salad cole slaw baked
bank: Open a Savings Account ; all of Gainesville, spent Sunday iI I(Mrs. Gradv Nettles and family at R 50 days was equivalent of 4 years'
beans on corn, coffee, and {cold'
with the M. W. normal .
Shealys'Birthday I icksonville.. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E } use.Endurance
Parties drinks. There will also b* while .
starling end family of Starke. Mr e
Mike Seigler celebrated his 6th oies and cakes on sale. Also pot- r' record proves Dodge
add to it regularly. | And Mrs. V. L. Starling of Lawtey.
ted plants. Ire truck ruggedness, dependability,
birthday last Wednesday with a.
I Mr. and Mrs. Odel Green of Heil-
r !1 Ig low maintenance For a truck that
party at his home. The home
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wil- "
ronn. take I
ca.i: it
Ve see us today
I was gaily decorated with AIR PUT W&PTI<5T
The Florida Bank at Starke brings you the latest United en creations. The Hallowe'-I I 1 i"'!lIDS of Melrose Mr. and Mrs. ,,,a, Sd l'
Atr Park
Press pntLst Church: Sunday I Russell Thomas and family and ,
world news summary on Station WDVH at noon !enjoyed several party games, ioe I Pch! l. 8:43 a. m.: T'rwhin" L. Alvarez.

each Monday and Friday.FLORIDA. I Il Il cream and cake and received Service. 11 a. m.: Training Union I.7.I I' Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cannon and 'i AUetljHJo/, a bitter deal for the man at the wheel
favors of masks and horns.
,fi:45 p. m.: Preachlnsr Sendee 81 I family and Andv Punman of Pa-

Mrs. Medford Shealy entertain- ,n. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday -1 latka were Sun'dav dinner guestsof U r
d her daughter Sara with a'I 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starline DODGE TRUCKS
BANK at STARKE I
( w birthday party Sunday in honor i And mother. Mrs. Viola Cheshire
of her 6th birthday. There were II.UIPTOS' '
Mrs. Cheshire accompanied them
:nor guests from Starke and Ga.lnesI' CHRISTIAN CHURCH II'home where she will visit her!. ,

,y e, Member Florida National Group I ville along with State Farmers Bible School 10 a, m.: Worshln mother. Mrs. Ellis who Is ill. I I HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
who enjoyed the occasion with her. I
i Service 11 a. m.: Youth Program Miss Dorothy Steely of Jack- |
i Games were enjoyed and ice cream 6:30 p. m. Evenine Service B "onville weekend of b0
was a guest i 6 TEMPLE AVE.
I J and I STARKE, FLA.
I cake served to all PHONE
present. p. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon. paator Mrs. Alma Starling. 69



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T. F. Howell line of State Road S-100-A. Section I .... __ Ia! f9r4ifigI 'B' Squad Ties Gainesville High 6 6 In First Game 557, said as follows survey: line Begin being on described the ---


Seeks Census ._ _., ..' -" West line of Section ;32, Township I INEER\

.l1-.r".. ; .' '. "; -J ::, .' ., \.. ,'.:%= :.of 6 155.2 Sputh feet. Range South 22 of East Northwest a'ta point corner -I ELECTRIC SERVICEGet

Enumerators >'; t : the of Section arc of a 32,curve said point concave beingon to I Set For the Better Fall

[il- ', ;. >;;s .C; the Southeasterly having radius Programs Now Coming on17inch
:: ; : of 1809.34 feet; thence from a tan-

Thomas F. Howell, District Crew 4& :gi-nt bearing of North 63 drirrt. -.
.
,
i.., ....,. "4 2u min, 22 sec. East run North-
Leader for Bradford, Clay and .
,
M., ai-ierly along said curve througha I
Putnam Counties announces that tntral angle of 25 degrees 28 \
mm, 25 distance of S04.43
Bee. a
.
examinations for the six jobs open ?f
to Bradford County residents as North 88 degrees 4S min. 47 sec I
East 1901.94 feet ttfence: North 89 '
;
enumerators In the 1954 Agricultural degrees, 52 min 09 sec. East 913.16 ANDTELEVISION

Census will be held on Wed i' to interseA the centerline of k_ \

nesday October 27 at 10 a.m. in ilton, Road; containing .06 acre
re or less, exclusive of the eisti =
the courtroom of the eurthouse. i road right of way. I '.. ." -- 7:: ,'
"
.\. _._ ,. ..:..... a I _
The farm census, which Is taken l'tWNED BY: David Johnson., and L.A \.. "" ""..
\A nt Louisa Johnson.
every five years, provides the :- Sales.

lovernment with accurate information 'ItI) \o. 23 Drainage Easement TVMahogany 179.95
Ullc-h flight as to the number of farms, Plus SO

number of livestock how many Gene Norman shakes off two tacklers and drives 10 more yards Tracy Jones (second from left) finds a hole in Gaines\tile's line That nart of: -es-sn SSSS.tSSSSSSSpSSSSSSflflflrsr_ rrflflss
SWU of NEVi tjf Section 31. 224 N. Ave. PHONE
Temple 166 Starke
acres under cultivation, and other before being stopped om a sweeping end run in Tuesday's "B" squad for a two-yard score In the third quarter of the "B" squad game Tues- ;; Township 6 South, Range 22 Florida

detailed information. Enumerators game. day afternoon. I East, .1= -- "
lying within 15 feet each side of a ---- -
visit each farm and interview !'ditch centerline described as fol-

farmers using questionnaires pro- Bradford High's "B" squad was Starke's offensive kept Gaines- : carried from the field. He was the following players againstI lows Commence on the North line ,

held to a 6-6 tie by the "B" squad vile in the hole for most of the Alachua Gainesville Randall Davis, right of the said S\\'%, of NEat a point
vided by the census bureau. II rushed to General Hos- I : 1079.1 feet East of Northwest ior- Sell It Rent It It

Qualifications for enumeratorsare of Gainesville High this week at game. Jones carried for con- pital where it was reported that | end; Rudolph Hutchinson, right ncr of said SW% of NE and run Trade

: Bradford Park. The Tornadoes i sistent gains but the team could his knee cap was knocked out of tackle; Tommy Frith right guard; thence 47 sec. South West 272.9 46 degrees feet to 44 POINT mm. :'

Be a U. S. citizen; between the drew first blood when fullback I I muster only one serious scoring place. Doctors also X-rayed the Roddy Struth center; Charles OF I-EGINNING of said ditch centerline -i, WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

ages of 18 and 65; have a high Tracy Jones found a gaping hole I threat. Starke's chances grew leg to check on broken bones. Noegel, left guard; Glenn Ferguson ; 15 thence min.. 13 run sec.South East 43 58 degrees .-H I

school education or equivalent; in the Gainesville defense and went faint when Van Prescott fumbledthe Webb is reported to have had polioin left tackle; Henry Rich rde, feet; thence South 7 degrees, 35 Low Rates Good Results

Enumerator Selection Aid over from the two yard line. ball on the Gainesville 5 yard the leg and it was probablystill left end; Eugene Norman, quarter- min., 13 sec. East 447.S feet;-thence Easy To Place
pass an South 33 degrees, 49 min., 13 sec.
Test; be of high moral characterand The Purple Hurricanes bounced line, but Gainesville lost the ball weak from the disease. back; Billy Harrington, left half; East 103.4 feet; thence South-65 degrees tO WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION .
-
56 min., 13 East 290 feet Me
back with a long pass play that immediately on another fumble sec.
integrity; have good eye- The game was marred by sev- Van Prescott right half; and to the end of said ditch centerline; EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
carried them to Starke's eight and Jones took to score in
over containing .59 acre more oress.
sight and be in good physical con- I eral and Jones fullback. John Gover- nisrorxT OF is PER CENT o\ TWO
and yard line. Quarterback Ed Feely two running plays. Injuries frequent penal- Tracy IS OWNED BY: B. C. Holtaendorf OR MORE INSERTIONS
dition for driving, walking
and wife Ethel Holtzendorf
standing; have a knowlege of I circled right end for the score. Gainesville Guard Toby Webb ties. nor and Roman Alvarez were in SUBJECT TO: Claim. by -B. C. 25e ADDITIONAL FOR BtlXD: ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV ADVANCE

farming and farm operations; "be r Both tries for extra points failed. i injured his right leg and had to be Coach Leonard. Register started I reserve Holtzendorf Jr. 7 -

resident of the rural area near TAKE NOTICE that a Declarationof MEMORIAMS, CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line

a his initial assignment; be able to 'Townsend Strickland And Sidney Jackson Lead Tornado of 1809.34 bearing feet of thence North from 63 degrees a tangent -, abot.led Taking! has cause been, by the filed petitioner in the (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

Northeasterly -
write neatly and legibly; have a 20 min., along 22 sec.raid East curve run througha the acquiring authority of these
proceedings of the taking of the
car available for his use; be central angle of 25 degree, 28 min, above described lands. for the I I -

financially able to sustain himself Scorers With 24 Points the 25 sec.end a of distance said of 804.43 thence feet North to pose set forth in the petition (n pur-this A. J. Thomas Starke Fla.
In First Five Games This YearBradford curve; cause \iz: right of way, drainage ) FOR
until his first salary payment 88 degrees 48 min., 47 sec. East ditcheS borrow pits, borrow pit < II SALEHomes

(probably after job is completed). 1901.94 feet; thence North 89 degrees drains and haul roads, for a portion I HAS
52 min... 09 sec. East 913.16 feet to '
of State Road No. S-100-A In Bradford -
Enumerators may not be re- High ended its first Elder 9; Stanley Clark, 6; Ken- against New Smyrna. Over the Intersect the centerline of Alton County Florida, and that one'of I FOR SALE I Under ConstructionIN
an office Road; Containing .07 acre more or the Judges of the Circuit Courtin I II
reiving a federal pension five games of the season with an I neth Elder 6; and Randall Davis season he has made nine of 16 less. exclusive of the existing road the Eighth Judicial STARKE'S
of Circuit of j I-\\V: Honi in !
holder, or a close relative Impressive 4-1 won-loss record. 6. tries good. right of way. I Florida will on the l!:t day of 1I"IKlat.ddlCloD Saratoga I

any other census taker. Veterans The Tornadoes also have an impressive IS OWNED BYAn undivided one- November A.D. 1954 at 10:00: o'clock to Veteran to Starke.$100 OA Downpajiuent and I "NEWEST SUBDIVISIONS ,
half interest' owned Nora
is by
Bradford
Martin is Starke's leading High has led its
opponents ill the forenoon thereof, in Circuit
will $:T0.: ($) additional
meet aU requirements I at Cloning. Toofleterfliia
Jones, W. 127th
who a widow. 237 Street
scoring record with 105 Court Chambers Alachua I
ground gainer with 265 yards from in first downs by 43 to Apartment 13-C, New York City, in County :\ slightly higher haven
first Court House Gainesville,
be preference. at Florida
given points against only 38 for their don pasinent, price of housesthe
scrimmage on 39 tries. Jacksonis 33. The Tornadoes have rolled up New York: and the unknown heirs, consider said Declaration of Taking. 1

opponents. next with 153 on 25 tries, Clark 933 yards from scrimmage on grantees.by through.devises and under other or against claimants ,appoint appraisers and make such ; name. I WITH ALL THESE FEATURES
order the Court deem |
New Farm ForesterTo Starke started the season as a as pPop"r.All 2-Modern Z bed room dwelling
I has 137 on 22 tries Godwin has rushing plays as compared with lUndy Brymer deceased. (Petitioner parties to the suit and all parties of ronxtrurtioB In Inmilated Roof Furred Walla,

SmallWoodland strong defensive team, but the last 132 on 28 tries, Kirkland has 110 only 481 from their opponents interest having )acquired. the other one-half interested may appear and be heard ,' Stark nmnonrf". four or fite yearn old. Asphalt Tile Floors. Jalousie
Help at the time and place I Mindon and Doors, Hot
designated. I Mater
two
games have been wide open on 22 tries, and D. Elder has 108 Starke has averaged 187 yards You. and each of you are hereby I' modern rontenieiu-rN. See it and Healer and Sink. Full Oath Car
will bu.
OwnersHelp offensive contests with the Tor- on 45 tries. rushing per game to only 96 for That MID \o.of 17 Right Of Way commended to appear by riling an you .I, Ports. City tilitie.*. Wooded
nado offense part : answer to the petition heretofore I I 3 Small Loin, Clout to School Churches
clicking more success- their NE> of the East farm 3 bed room dwell
4 JfWU. except
Martin also leads the BHS opponents. and
filed Business
run- in this cause in the entitled District.
IDS: modern rontenieneex. Tractor ,
small woodland ownersin 140 yards of the North 70 yards
for
fully than the opponent's.End .
Court on or before the 23rd day of ;
ners in yards per carry. Martin Starke's defensive average was of Section 3%. Township 6 South. | farming tool and householdfurniture \ SUNDAY OCT.
23Will
Bradford County is now avail- Townsend Strickland and November, A.D. 1954, to show what '5 KM.OQ.). ,
has an averaged 6.8 yards compared greatly aided by the game against Range 22 East, right title interest, or lien you i be
able in the person of Don Champion halfback Sidney Jackson are the lying within 40 feet of the survey ( the last day to inspect
with 6.2 for Clark, 6.1 for St. Leo to a minus 9 yards on the line of State Road S-100-A Section or any of you. have in and to any >: 4-10 acres fertile land 1320 feeton
recently appointed Farm leading Starke scorers with 21 of the above described lands and gradwl road. '._ mile from two our 2-Bedroom Model Home
I 2857, said line described
Jackson 5.0 for Kirkland, 4.7 for ground. survey being show cause why the same should ...
| pated hlKhna> Price ,::,000.O0.
Forester for both Bradford and St. points each. Strickland has received as follows Begin on the not be taken for the uses and FlU FI\AMI:
j Godwin and 2.1 for Elder. Elder'spercentage Starke's opponents have found West line of Section 32, Township purposes I
Johns Counties.In four passes from'quarter- set forth in the petition filed For these and other bargain, 2 Bedrooms $7.000 $350
6 South. Range 22 East at a point
is hurt by several BHS's defense weaker on pass herein. I Do"n, *225 Cloning Costs, Moathly -
which is back DeWayne Elder for scores. 155.2 feet South of Northwest cor-
the
supervised WITNESS i
program my hand and real of Payment
I SUE $10.70.
losses on attempted
long pass
have traveled 306
plays. They ner of Section 32. said point beingon \
by the Florida Forest Service His longest score came against said Court on this 20th day of
the arc of a curve concave to the 3 Bedroonm
plays. yards in the air against Starkeand October A.D. 1954. $$,OoOIoO
in cooperation with county New Smyrna Beach on a 75-yard Southeasterly: having a radius of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. I A. J. THOMAS Donn. $230 Cloning Costs, BloatsIf -
Elder has passed for 279 yards have made half their touch- 1809.34 feet, thence from a tangent Darb11
Clerk of Payment $n.o'".
and the U. S. Forest Circuit Court of
government passing play.Jackson's
bearing of North 63 degrees. 20 I' REAL ESTATE DEALER
and six touchdowns during the downs on ford County Florida.
Service, Champion will assist wood longest score came passes. min., 22 sec.' East run Northeasterlyalong IIollis V. Knight, County Attorney, \ 04 Temple Ate. Telephone 214StarLe Nothing else to pay. Purchase

land owners in all phases of their on a 72-yard pass from Elder 'I season. He has completed only Starke has piled up a total of angle of said 25 curve degrees through 2S mm.a, central 25 sec. Starke. Florida. 10 22 4t 11/12 Florida NOW Move In when com
nine 33 but his
problems ranging from inspection, against St. Leo. Jackson has the of passes, passes 1222 yards against only 747 for II. distance of 804.43 feet to the end I pleted.
-have proved fatal to the opposition their opponents. of bald (urxe, theuce North 88 degrees -I RADIOS REPAIREDAll : '
recommendations on selling tree longest scoring run with a 60-yard
I
48 min, 47 ,
East 190Ul4teet
planting, gum farming, control smashing drive against P. K. I when they are caught. Charles Kirkland has punted 14 ; iht.nee North sec.89 degrees 52 ; I Ii Make. All Model, I\ See Joseph D. Warren

measures for diseases or bisects Y onge. Elder has a much better percentage times with an average of 31.yards min.intersect, 09 sec.the East centerline 913.16 of feet Altun to HIBISCUS I I teaionable CIHS.charges t.. SHKPIIMiD- guaranteed i WARREN CONST. CO.

and fire protection. There is a Other BHS scorers are: Clifford I on points after touchdown. per kick. Sidney Jackson has Road; containing 45:; acre, more or TO 4 W. Call St. Starke Ph. 23* 1 1I I P. O. Box 787 Tele. 413-W

18 Harold 12 boosted his last Friday kicked off 21 times with an average less. exclusive of the existing road I Starke Fla.
limit of three days per year placed Martin ; Godwin : I He average SPECIALS I I ,
right of way. i i ;':IWXD:: rsir PIANOS FOIl !
Charles 12 DeWavne with five of six tries good of 41 yards kick.NO. .
an Champion's services with any Kirkland. : being i per IS OWNED BY: Everdinar Leonard. SALE, itasonable, liberal trade-in'
Louisa Johnson, and the unknown 60 ACHES improved pabtuie 130
one landowner. allowance no delivery charge.
NOTICE TO APPEIH S-100-A BRADFORD COUXTV : heirs grantees devisee and other 25 VARIETIES ALL i Easy terms arranged. Write to bearing pecan trees 2 dwellings
Itequests for assistance can be BHS Hi-Y Club fo Circuit Court Brandford County. claimants by. through under or J. t!., co LYadford Co Telegraph. numerous out buildings, water
Florida In Chancery. SRI) XIt. 10 Right Of WeTThat against NicKalab McFashion dl- COLORS 6tchg 10/29 I supply plentiful with auto dec
made through County Agent Has HayrideSupperJ. 'rank Izzo Plaintiff, vs. Lena Izzo, part of: ceased. \. pumps. 25000. Write r. Letsch
George Huggins Bill Haas Leon Defendant. Case No. 10-709 SW% of NE"%; and W 2 of NEH NOW BLOOMING R 2. Box 51. Starke (LTadford: Ctfche<>. ,
Notice To Appear of NE>4, South of S.A.L. Railroad SRI :\0. 19 Kisht Of Way
Brown of Soil
Carter" George T. Kirkland was guest speaker That of Electric Motors
To: Lena Izzo, whose residenceand in Section 31. Township part :
Conservation Service or directlyto 22 East. West 165; feet of NW, of LET J. D. ODOH JR.
the BHS Hi-Y Tuesday address is: 104-51 44th Avenue, 6 South Range E'I Starke NurseryMrs. 1
at -
meeting of Sect.in ",.'. I HANDLE TOCR
40 feet of the .
Box 982 Corona, New York lying within survey Township 6 S. uth ,
Forester P. O. ,
Farm ,
S-100-A, Section Rang JJ: ,:.,'t. REWOUND AND CATTLE AND HOGS
Road
and spoke to the boys onj i You are hereby notified that a line 06 State Ruby Johns _
Starke. suit for 2i>57, said survey line being described lying Wlthll. 40 feel of thi, VUIM-X. SERVICEDSmall Live SALES
Champion's office is at 119 Call Amercan Citizenship." Kirkland Divorce.has I as follows: Begin on the i (ialaestllle Oak Earh Wednesday
been filed against you in the South line of the said S\VV4 of Hark Friday
is the father of Charles Kirkland I' I ___ ... tf
Street. above named Court and cause and HKU. at a Dolnt 113.5 feet East of Appliance Repair -
S of the club.T. you are required to serve a copy of Soutnvtebt; corner of SWVi of NEV* I 51 .-: -: ,.-- '
president your answer or pleading to the complaint and run thence North 20 degrees. General Machine Work FOR UEN'T-Furnished apartment,
Tax Bills Mailed Aubrey Morse executive secretary on the Plaintiffs Attorney 16 min., 47 sec. East 403.64 feef to one bedroom and glasged-ic sleep-
Samuel W. Getzen P. O. Box the beginning of a curve concaveto SAT.MOM.ONLYLadies I ing porch large living room.
of the Florida District of SI, Gainesville Florida the Southeasterly having a radiusof kitchen and dinnette, 426 South
By J. R. Kelly the Y.M.C.A. will be the guest and file the original in the officeof I 1145.92 feet and a total central All Work Guaranteed St. or apply at Tuck's Avto Cafe.tf
the Clerk of the Circuit Court angle of 2$ degrees, 28 min.; thence
j. R. Kelly, tax collector of speaker at the meeting next Tuesday on or before the 15 day of Novem- I Northeasterly along said curve Reasonable Rates
at 7:30: a.m. The meeting will ber, 1954: otherwise the allegationsof 529.33 feet to the end of said curve; WHITE WAITRESS WAITED -
Bradford County, last week completed be held in the Bradford High library said Complaint will be taken as thence North 46 degrees. 44 min., S New Kingsley Beach. If
the job of sending out thisyear's confessed by you. 47 sec. East 1909.14 feet to the beginning -
and parents and teachers This notice shall be published of a curve concave to the POlosC RED SEAL FOR S.\LF.-80 acre farm with modern -
tax bills to county taxpayers. are invited. Refreshments will be | once each week for four consecutive 'Southeasterly having a radius of house mile :North> of Law
A new form was used this 'I weeks in the Bradford County Tel- 1809.34 feet; thence Northeasterlyalong icy on U. S. 3fll. within mile of
served following the meeting.The egraph. said curve through a central ELECTRIC & MACHINE Humphreys New Highland Plant
year, and there were about tOO 1934. of 16 35 min.. See owner W. R Strickland tfchg
of degrees
club had a hayride and supper Dated this 8 day October angle
more tax bills sent out than last OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 35 sec. a distance of 523.99 feet to 1 Limit SHOPF.
in- last week. The boys and their Clerk of the Circuit Court the East line of NE% of NEtf of
year. Kelly attributed the rode in two trucks and Clerk Section 31 at point 155.2 feet
dates they By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy a I W. GRAUDON
crease to new residents and prop- went to Strickland's Landing by'' 10/15 4t 11/5 South of Northeast corner of NE54 1st Quality 39C SARATOGAHEIGHTS
I of NEVi; .containing 1.69 acres. moreor Owner, Manager
transfers.He .
erty way of Keystone Heights.The la The Circuit Court of The Eighth I less, exclusive of the existing '

that all Judicial Circuit Of Florida In And road right of way. a Value 106 Washington St.-Phone S97
suggests taxpayers of $1.00
couples enjoyed a
supper For Bradford County Law No. IS OWNED EY: Randall Chitty.
check the descriptions on their hot dogs, beans, coleslaw potato S021.RRADFORD. Starke, Fla
FLORIDA !Mil No. 14 lUfiht Of Way
bills thoroughly, although he an- hips, and cakes. On the way COUNTY
a political subdivision of the That part of: FOR SALE-New S x 8 x 16 Con-
ticipates few errors as the data, home the trucks went through State of Florida. SKU of S\Vi of Section 29, SENSATIONALRegularly VALUES'Y" i-i! ..t!.- Mm k. ISi Cement }1.40 per

was taken directly from the tax: Lawtey and Heilbronn Springs before Petitionervs. Township 6 South Range 22 bag Mortar Mix $1.25 per bag.
East, Bi.idfurd Engmenng Co., phone
roll by machine.He returning to Starke. RANDALL CHITTY. et al.Defendants. lying within 40 feet of the survey 5 a 10? ;J4 ritarke., tfATK1) VETERANS

requests that all taxpayers I line of State Road S-100-A Sei- _
Chaperones for this
enjoyable NOTiCE OF nrLEL: I tion 2S57 said survey line being described ( \\ I TO BfY-About six roomi.niie -
either bring in their tax bills prsend event were the sponsors, Dr. and NOTICE OF EMINENT. DOMAIN as follows: Begin on the .e: H house with one to five acresf

them in when making pay.. Mrs. C. J. and Coach and PROCEEDING: West line of Section 32. Township 4 .. Uiirl nrar Starke on or near $100.00 CASH DOWN
Houpt,
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU- 6 South, Range 22 East at a point 1 mi- I "UtC. M Szatko, Rt. 2, Box
ment. as at that time the bill will l Mrs. J. C. Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. THORITY OF TilE STATE OF 150 2 feet South of Northwest cllr- 1-: ". Lake Butler. Fla. 2tp 10/22

be marked paid. Bills paid before Leonard Register, and Mr. and FLORIDATO ner of Section S2 said point being ,"f: PAYMENT
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. on the arc of a curve eonca\e! tu"J i : \I.\ \' I '\\OMAN-To distribute
November 30 will earn a 4 per cent: Mrs. Joe Hull.Tuesday's and to all persons and par- j the Southeasterly having a radius of '. : 'J V. ..itkinNatinnally Advertised

discount. ties having or claiming any right. 1809.34 feet; thence from a tangent u' S __ j', ",in.-1 to established cuxtom- AH three-bedroom maunrr
meeting was held at title interest, estate. mortgage or bearing of North 63 degrees 20 min., F ii S < III St/' hsFull or part time. home*. \\it. or wtfcoBt| car'
the home of Dr. C. J. Houpt, the I other litn to or on those certain 22 sec. East run Northeasterly along r. % f 5 I r.. of land situate in Bradford aid through a central angle j .' tile window sills and .
Fifteen Form club's parcels curve !i""n i Iii' Mint-nt necessary. I will bath*
Boys sponsor. Raymond Stefan- County Florida and hereinafter de- of 25 degrees 2H min., 2i seo. a h. i IP v ''u' get started Write Mr. Kltrbra eihauit fiat, concrete
elli chaplain opened the meeting scribed and the following persons distance of 804.43 feet to the end I r Anhei c'o this paper for ribboua and apron Electric
Lawtey 4-H Club with and Edwin Johns together with all unknown persons of aid curve; thence North 8S degrees : I I in 'inal interview Itchg kItchen equipment optionaL For
prayer claiming by through or under' 48 min. 47 see East 1 secretary, read the minutes of the known persons who are dead, or feet; thence North 89 degrees 52 \ < >.t K AI K:--One small Home Freezer:
Fifteen boys met this week tc: last meeting. I who are not known to be dead or nln., 09 sec. East 913.16 feet to ln- I .11 g".d l"nditjulPrice organize a senior 4-H Club for the 1 la II,'e. tersect the centerline of Alton Road; : ; I smith (;araK' ItchgF"R P.M. until dark earn day.
(Containing .45: acre. more or less I
Lawtey area. County Agenl; Randall Chitty exclusive of the existing road right I SA fE-l e X foot General

George T. Huggins discussed th< County Traffic Death \Starke, FloridaIra if way.: i: j-- I Kit: t//1 Refrigerator two years A. J. THOMAS, Realtor
with th 13 OWNED BY: Ira W. Andreu. a | ; JI I old sf <'hde] Sinclair at Slade
plans and requirements Rate Above AverageFive W. Andreu. a widower. widower Clarence Andreu and wife i "..ac.'',. 2tp 10/%' S04 Temple A\e. Telephone
boys for forming a 4-H Club. Bradford County, Florida Gwendolyn Andreu. Cortez A. De-
Berry and wife Finly DeBerry, and : LOST-Kin- frame glares In brown STAUKB FLA.
Huggins told the that the.? '
group traffic deaths were recordedin I',Clarence Andreu Grace A. Sorensen and husband I alligator rave near High School
primary objective in the club fc! Bradford for the 1 cambia County, Florida John A. Sorensen heirs at law ( fAmada -p Stadium (til l Return to Ernes- ;
County sevenf
to plan and carry out a produc_ I Andreu. deceased. ,. tine Register Elementary School FOR RENT-Four room furnished
-
Gwendolyn Andreu house 301 a Water
month period from January { SC lip St. ftp
lion project in some phase o: I Eacambia County. Florida I I sun >o. 18 night Of Way

agriculture on the farm. The bo through July 1954. The death't' That part of: FOR HE t'nfurnished one bed- FOR RENT-Three rooms nicely
: !Cortez A. DeBerry S\V"i of SE1, South of S.A.L. PI r -.'>! h"uIn desirable neighborly furnished electriv kitchen. Duo-
brought Bradford to
is a "beginner farmer." County a'\ U&oambia County, Florida I Railroad and Vest of Altun Range heater and hot Therm heater. Middle age lady \

The boys plan and discuss thei r death rate of 10 deaths per 100-" I Road in Section 2$. Township watt-i heater furnished. Suitable or couple only. Mrs. L. M. Clark.

000,000 miles driven in the county. I. Fin!)' DeBerry, 6 South Range 22 East, I .JAVLtN'._.5- I f.r i adults only Phone 165.Ztche : Take left road at Call St. bridge
projects at regular meetings ani<:I : E&cambia County Florida lying within 40 feet of the survey 10/29 it is now being paved, Eesseht
each boy will be encouraged t,o The county's 10 ratio is highei I line of State Road S-100-A, Sec- I Road 1 mile to my sign. Rt. 1. 1

than the state average of 6.8 but. Grace A. Sorensen tion 2SS7, said survey line being AND MANY OTHER) NOTIONS KMCX-KNACKS( SMALL WAILS 1 4gfi r? "'r\MV:' MOTOR SCOOTER for BoxC.. tfcbgORANGE 1
follow good'farming practice.. .: Escambia County Florida described as follows: Begin on theWest -a'vo; rash McCarthy's Gar-
His project may be raising hog I considerably lower than the highest line of Section 32, Township aR''' Raiford mad Ito GROVE. 40 acres land and
1 I John A. Sorensen, fi South 22 East at C house
rate. Citrus County has a 2 Range a point room and bath. About
" gardening field crops, poultrj r. EboambU County Florida 155.2 feet South of Northwest corner won RENT-"n'lr"'ched' house. Innt'ir 300 trees some pecan. small lake
dairy cattle beef cattle or i- per 100.000.000 ratio to rank I Ii 'I of Section 32 said point being i at Rn!' Station/ tfcor located near Hawthorne. Win jell
pas worst in traffic deaths among th Hercules Po'Wder Company a corpo- en the arc of a curve concave to : WALLETS39c or trade for I bedroom house in
ration. the Southeasterly having a radius Starke. Write
counties.d >TRT ('('REn HAMS or see Bob Ham-
ture.Clyde Wainwright -was electe d Wilmington, Delawarei of 1809.34 feet; thence from a tan- FOR SUE monrt at the Starke Farmers
I traffic deaths have occurre I gent bearing of North 63 degrees. Market. Cities Service Station .
president of the club. Joe Harle Y i i Everdinar Leonard. 20 rain, 22 sec East run Northeasterly I S I STARKE ICE CO. tlPoR Imp ii

vice-president, and Henna in Lafayette, Okeechobee, Union i j Bradford. County. Florida along said curve througha Value I FOR SALE-On Highway 48, 1 mile '.
nt Gilchrist and Wakulla count:s 1 central angle of 25 degrees 28 :-AI..E-'Idpl A Fo.d, new from town I acre In lots 50 I
Pringle secretary. The presiden l iLonisa Johnson. min., 25 sec. a distance of 804.43 1 0 \t m.: :-. seal beam hghta. mud grip x 150 ft. or will sell all together. .
urged the members to select a prc)- this year. Lradford County Floridas feet to the end of said curve 0 1st Quality tirenew top $lSt' 00 Call L Dora Sullivan, General Delivery t
Florida had 218 traffic deaths ,8J thence North 83 degrees. 4S min.. K Whitehead 2I6-J: Itp Stark
Ject that would fit in with thel!lr The unknown heirs, grantees de- 47 sec. East 1901.94 feet; thence ltp&dven.ung i

farm program. compared with 232 for the sam e 'vibces: and other claimants by. North 89 degrees 52 min.. 09 sec. 9 Lots of Colors
period in 1953. The percentag,e thrOUgh, under or against Kickalas"iMcFashlon East 913.16 feet to intersect the
Other boys who desire to becora I e deceased centerline of Alton Road; Containing -
reduction was 6.0 as compared!h. I
a member must be submitted b .30 acre. more or less exclusive -
7 a 15.1 reduction accorded in 1 31; David Johnson of the existing road rightof

one of the present members. 11 L. other southern states. I Bradford County Florida way. _ _ -- We Exchange
must have started an active agr I 13 OWNED BY: Hercules Powder
lIe I lB. C. Hnlttendorf Company a corporation. ) We Refund
cultural project and must be ab! |Starke, Florida FOR REAL ESTATE

to say the 4-H pledge. Dove Hunters Bag sun \o. is Right Of Way BUYERS VYUS lor all dun oIla d an4 IJ
-- ;Ethel Holtzendorf, That part of: We Satisfy of bllliDess !ias Iniv nI from nerr' l
Florida North TO U w Yearl, hundrflb of tbou.ands 01
Limit Near BrookerK I jMarfce yards of East 140
W. C. T. U. yards of :\E\6 of NWVi of Section Cautep circubted Vrgni advntialnc i O\er 500 De pen, 011 igbway
t In and through STROUT B.
Cay OiKa.
C Holtzendorf. Jr.. 32, Township C South, | UST JQilr propm,
OW and
bnri.
mo, I of
A of dove hunters th, 'Starke, Florida Range 22 East. STROITTS IUCUSlfIll alional
got [e
group
addlllOPal
propaDi al DO aIIL. iO L\U.
"A BUSHEL INTO A PEe h 'AY.
lying within 40 W. BookJet HOW'
feet of
the H7
survey sr"OUT SULS IIWled fne. .
limit birds
MEASURE ? ? ? NO BUT A legal of eight eac hi Nora Jones. line of State Road S-100-A. Section -
over in the Brooker area las 5t; 237 W. ith Street. Apt. IJ-C. SS7. said survey line being described CaDStStarke STROUT REALTY AGENCIES ,...
MA y
PECK OF TROUBLE '
: New York City New York
follows
as : Pegin
the
COME OUT OF A PIN rr weekend. The party consisted c>If I West line of Section 3%, Township on World's Largest Ojjict COlUf- >C Bt Sacs 190(1(

"Red" Alvarez, "Buddy" Blshoj T ''The unknown heirs, grantees de- t South, Range 22 East at a point u. WBITB OB'FUONS -
FLASK. r'lsees and other claimants by. Fla.
155.2
| feet South of Northwest
corner -
SIGNAL PRESS ,I R. E. Jones Billy Graham Charle-S: \through, under or against Handy' of Section 32, said point being : F. C. HOLLINGSWORTH. Representative
Darby. Jack Trawick. Dr. Covinj T. Brymer. deceased on the arc of a curve concave to
EVANSTON ILLINOI S.
.
.. phone 25
:the Southeasterly having a radius -- ; >' Starke. Fla.
ton, and L M. Gaines. SECTION is 7-lT STATE IIOAD -'-- .- --" --.- .-- -- .. .. -I _
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