Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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 Finds Tornadoes Short Of Experienced Linemen,


I But High Spirits May Help Team In Early Season GamesBradford .

II High's first football Kenneth Green at left tackle Edwin .men, Beasley, Strickland and Ken- Official County Publication Established In 1879

' game is only one week away, and I Johns and; Joe Hardin at left ;
Coach James Hobbs is working, guard; and Harold Beasley and ;i wall. -
feverishly to whip his spirited,! Curtis McGee at center.At I The backfield presents a brighter =-,, _
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but inexperienced players into a right end he has Virgil Lee picture with lettermen holding)1I

winning combination. and Townsend Strickland; Jerry |I down three positions. Veterans I Supermarket Built At High Speed

Hobbs states that the team is Lawson Freddie Stephens, and Clifford :Martin and Sidney Jack-I Recreation Center Voted

"green" especially up front, but Glenn Ferguson at right tackle; I son are at left half, Stanl y Clark i i

they are big enough and have un Kenneth Elder and Dennis is at fullback, and Dewayne Elder I j

usually high spirits which he Mathews at right guard. i is at quarterback. Martin is a t( Starke's Greatest Need

will for ex converted from last
hopes compensate Mathews is just rounding into : guard years
perience. I Iteam. "
shape after being sick during the ,
Hobbs named the leading candi- j Behind these lettermen Hobbs I'
i I Starke's most urgent need at ,last June. in which civic groups :ported that a board has
but early portion of training. Gary has Harold Godwin at fullback zoning
his line-up,
dates for starting ; '
I the present time is a recreation: were asked to score Starke on been set up and is ready to function
between Gamer, a letterman tackle is I Gene Norman. Gus j II
he said anything can happen Kopelousos.
center for its 40 of life.
youth with a paid some phases community .but has been temporarily delayed
now and the first game. |sidelined with an illness that has I and Glenn Reddish at quarterback; I director to present a planned pro- The result showed the town witha I I Until a new map could be prepared
He said James Harrell and Mil- (kept him from participating fully and Charles Kirkland. Ronald I
I t : gram of activities. favorable rating on 28 out of the i showing the areas taken into the

ton Hicks show the most promiseat 'since drills began back in August. I Brown and Edgar Akeridge at :I LII This was the opinion expressedby 40 points. city in the recent extension of

left end; Jimmy Weldon and Hobbs is left with three letter- i I right half. I ballot at the opening meeting For the purpose of Wednesday's limits. He said that as soon as

of the Starke Woman's Club fall balloting the 15 phases of community the map is completed the board

', : I and winter season held in the club life that received lowest ,will be ready to swing into action.

County Commission Hears 4 Petitions at Tuesday Meeting : I building Wednesday afternoon. scores in the survey were listed,I, Mrs. Man-in Hazen. president of

j A zoning and planning program and those attending the panel the Starke Garden Club told of

I tor Starke was second were asked to pick the five they plans her group has for assisting

Places Road Requests on List of Future Paving Projects the balloting,given while the beautification placein considered of greatest importance. in the beautification of highwayapproaches

: of streets and highways The need for a supervised recreation to the city. She stressed -

.was ranked third. Fourth in importance -I center was far in the lead however, that this is too biga
Tuesday was "petition" diy at Lawtey as a deputy sheriff, on a Andreus. then turn north one I 11 : was the need for a pub- with a total of 23 first and second project for any one group and

the monthly meeting of the I fee basis, to patrol Highway 301 [block to Navarre Street to Magnolia lu swimming pool and fifth was I choice votes. This was interpretedas I.must be cooperative effort. She

ford County Commissioners Brad-I along the J. F. Griffis school bus Street. II the need for more doctors in the reflecting concern on the part also stressed the importance of
when four route. I of parents for the leisure-time having a plan to b '.
courthouse. separate I I I Here again, the Board authorized I county. More adequate facilitiesfor work >
petitions were presented to the The Board referred the matterto that these roads be placed inline ( a public library ranked high in recreation needs of their children.It Several members of the audience

Board. I I Sheriff P. I). Sheriff, who alone for hard surfacing as soon as second choice votes. was the consensus of the pan- expressed distress over the great

The first, brought to the Boardb has the power to appoint deputies; monies are available. ,r Sharing the el that nothing effective along this number of trees now being remov-
> Chairman L. L. Renfroe was the Sheriff stated that althoughit i in balloting with line could be worked out withoutthe ed in the city, and it was suggested -
The club
delegation Hampton I members
panel com
signed by 57 residents. It request- was manifestly impossible to services of a paid director who that the Woman's Club and
j consisted of Lacy Wynn Mr. and I posed of city and county officials
ecSPthe Board "to hard surface a have a police official follow every II I could plan activities and supervisethe the Garden Club pass resolutions
Mrs. Kad"Watterson, Mr. and Mrs school teacher, and
representatives -
road turning off to the north of school bus, he would take the mat- II ''- 7 program. Hopes on the partof asking the city to save trees
T. F. Brown W. H. i I of
Maxwell, Mr. : j civic groups, who had been
Road 230 just east of Alligator ter under advisement I some that the USO building wherever possible on all future
and Mrs. Luther Watterson Mr invited to take part in the discussion -
Creek and running east to the new might be: acquired for this pur- paving projects.
Still another petition, presentedby and Mrs. Charlie Cox Mr. and WHAT DIFFERENCE: : a wt' makes.. \ week ago just a little E. L. Matthews newspaper
city limits of the City of Starke pose were when H. P. Crowded quarters in the present
a delegration from Hampton, :Mrs. Horace May. Marklee Nor- I morr than onr wall ,,as up on the neSMzers Supermarket (above). publisher. served as moderator, and I Morgan superintendent or library
Bessent Road. public provide
known as the no for
also space a
with Lacy Wynn as 'Mrs.
acting spokesman
I Russell
man, Donald McMahone, and M. Norman, chairman
This road is a school bus route a Thiseek construction has been completed on the side and rearall instruction, stated that the build- reading room that could be usedto
requested that certain streetsin M the club's
Matchett. department of
mail route and seryes a farmingarea. and the roof is under construction.! The supermarket will be 95 ft. educa- ing would be needed for school advantage by tourists and othervisitors
be The Board
Hampton tion, had
E. charge of
D. Jones the
before the
." advised the to appeared wide and 131 ft. long. It Mill be completed in about two and a half I program. ,purposes at least through the it was pointed out. Plans
group representtheir Board to request that the body ask Basis of the discussion was a school for
second to the month. according to A. E. Johnson, superintendent.: present jear a proposed new library build-
The presented petition in the form of a
I the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Community Survey, conducted by In the matter of and ing were
Board by Freeman Hodge, requested resolution, similar to those pre- the by Mrs. W. B.
Commission to seine the fish Bradford County
gar Telegraph planning City Clerk Carl Johns re- Sewell
: "surfacing a road leading east sented recently by the cities of cooperation of other
from Sampson Lake. He stated
from Road 16 at the Clayton Crawford Starke and A resolution civic groups asked on this important -
that as the Lake is very low, now City Election Set For Next Tuesday
farm to road 301. a distance from the City Council of Hamptonwas is the time to rid it of all rough I City Council Seeks Engineer project.In .
ot about 2.3 miles. This, road is a presented to the Board asking regard to the shortage of

school bus route a mail route and .that the following streets in Mamp- fish.The \ doctors Dr. A. Y. Covington, county -
Board agreed to this I Five Candidates For 3 Council Posts
ing serves area.a "thickly populated farm- ton be hard surfaced: lequest along, together pass with the: I I To Plan Needed Improvements ;Bradford health County officer,is pointed better off.out. comparatively that-
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Florida Avenue from Navarre j request that some action be taken
The Board, in taking action, I Starke's City Council agreed !tion the State Road than many other small
Street to Short Street; Division I'as soon as possible to rid Rowell Starke's voters will choose threeCity Noegel was defeated in a close I I Department counties in Florida. He
authorized that these roads be [ predictedthat
I Tuesday night to authorize City ;to pave about one-half mile of the
placed next in line for hard sur Avenue from Magnolia Street to Lake of water: hyacinths. Councilmen from five candidates race last year and is making his ,i Clerk Carl Johns to contact several ''Bessent Road that lies within the the new hospital when completed

facing out of any future monies I Pine Street; Pine Street from County Attorney Hollis V. I. Tuesday in the city election. second bid against new opponents.Gay I consulting engineers on their 'I'city limits. would help to attract more

that may come to the credit of Southern Railroad to Hicks Road; Knight was directed by the Boardto No other issue or post will be decided is a newcomer to city poli I estimates; for the drawing up of City Clerk Johns stated that ]j doctors to this community.

Bradford Central Avenue from Navarre \ on this year's extremely"short" tics. T H. Slade, president o* the
County. obtain a 60 ft. right of way plans for the correction of several everal persons had approached
Another petition, signed by 22 Street to Short Street; Short L along Alligator Creek, starting ballot. I The Councilmen will serve two of Starke's major problems.The him about using city men and I Chamber of Commerce, advanced

residents living in the northernend I Street from Division Avenue to from Road 100 and ending at The polls at City Hall will be: years. They will make up a ma- Council agreed that a qualified equipment for a clean up day at 'I several ideas that might be used to

of the County, requested that: State Road 221; Orange Street Rowell Lake. This land is needed open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. I jority of the five-man City Council engineer should be secured to Crosby Lake Cemetery. The Council make newcomers to Starke feel

the Board appoint Dick Thomas of from Central Avenue to Ramie I to facilitate drainage. The votes will be tabulated Tues ,I which guides the city's opera- study the following problems: agreed to send the city's mowing more welcome and more quickly a

() day evening, and the results should: l It tion. 1)) Additional power for the machines to the cemetery one part of the community life. He

I be known early because of the.1 city's light plant. clay and then to send the road 'described the "w?lcome wagons"used

Bradford, High Asst..Coach InvolvedIn State Road Dept. short ballot. W. A. (Abe) Bessent 2)) The construction of a new ( rew and a truck to join with the suggested in some communities an and also -

I With At Calls For Bids Five candidates are running foi:ICloses Pool Room water 3) tank.The remodeling of the city's citizens tery on the in cleaning following up day.the ceme- where newcomers annual would be banquet guestsof
Fight Spectator On 4 County Projects the three posts. Incumbents L. 0 power distribution system. The Council agreed to contact honor and could meet some of

Hazen, James A. Lewis, and i 11 i ; W. A. (Abe) Bessent closed his I I 4) The need for the Starke CFub the older residents of the com
I new water and so that it
Joe Hull, assistant football of the boys he was coaching. He The State Road Ewell Lawson are opposed by Jerly -1 poof room on Call St. this week: sewer line could munity. '
Departmentasked / !! set a date, for the cemetery
coach at Bradford High School I Fwd that he had never seen Shaw i for contractors' bids this: : Gay and W. H. (Bill) Noegel. I after 38 years of business. The Council also discussed thecity's cleanup.The I Mrs. J. w. Kincaid, president of

was charged with assault and bat-\':before and did not know who he week on the following projects: i Hazen and Lewis are seeking\; \ When questioned. Bessent an- power plant with a Council also the Woman's Club, expressed ap
I repre- passed the first
tery after a brief fight with Gene was when the exchange began. Paving of 10.7 miles of I their fourth term of office. Law. I swered that the close was "proba- sentative for Worthington engines. of preciation to those taking part on
streetsin reading ordinance
Fhaw on the Bradford High play- Coach James Hobbs said that Starke. I I son is seeking his second term.1|hlv permanent." Several firms appear to be inter- by City Attorney an A. J. Thomas drawn Jr.up I.I the panel, and also voiced the hope

ing field. Hull posted a $75 appearance -,he was across the line of scrimmage I i. ested in bidding on Starke's / that at least some of the suggestions -
Paving of 3.8 miles needed te regulate the moving of houses. I II I
bond which is returnableto from the incident when it of paving Has No SeriousAccidents power generator.A brought out would bear fruit
I on SR S-225 from Sampson County I The ordinance regulates structures in the future.Architect.
County Judge Theron A. Yawn ,began, and he felt it was too late to SR 227.Additional. City Garden Club delegation appeared -to be moved as to maximum

on Sept. 30. I to stop it when he neared the two I i before the Council to request -I height, width, and length It also

Shaw, who graduated from I j!participants Both Hobbs and bids were asked on Over Holiday But Drivers Careless that the city move several gives the city authority to reject

Bradford High in 1953, was watching $|I BHS Principal Charles Partin iwo projects on which bids have I trees from Hie-hu/av--g--.'-Jvv inn tn.v n...,.,., '...au"..J the moving of a building because I! Reports
the ToIT/l: '.l.'s scrimmage I i I praised the work Hull has been already been opened: I No serious accidents occurred in i I Aftej checking cars on US 301 park across from .the County Jail. 01' its condition; route of move- i

when he was engaged in some,,I doing as football coach. Pavirfg of 2.3 miles of SR S-237 j I Bradford County over the Labor I south of Starke to see that they The Council agreed to move and ment, or because it is not suited 'I

horse play by Dewayne Elder, one!| Sheriff P. D. Reddish was called I II SR from the Santa Fe River north to I Day I weekend but a lot of drivers were not passing on a railroad maintain the trees. The.delegationwas for its proposed new location. To School Board

of the players. Elder's absence to the scene and he reportedly 18 in Hampton. I I stretched their luck. I crossing he began moving north made up of Mrs. M. F. Hazen, The ordinance also places the

from his quarterback post disrupted -I spoke sharply to Hull and Hobbs Paving of 3.6 miles on SR S- One hour's ride with Highway after a car towing an outboard Mrs. J. D. Doyle, and Mrs. F. J. responsibility for issuing permits

the and Coach I 100-A. Griffis I Patrolman C. Musgrove was I motor boat. Shaw.F. for house On New
scrimmage, and took a $35 bond from Hull. Loop Road, southeast He stopped the driver I moving a with the: City Schools
Hull told Shaw to leave the playing The bond was later increased to of Starke. enough to show that the many and asked if the boat had taillights J. Shaw appeared before the Clerk rather than with the build-

field. $75 by Judge Yawn. i The bids will be opened in Tal words issued in highway safety I The driver said it did and he Council to request that they peti- i ng inspector. I

Several eve witness accounts apparently .lahassee l on Sept. 21. did not wipe out careless and turned them on. The driver claimed Architect Sanford Com and his
Coach Hobbs has instructedthe
differ on what was said thoughless acts on the road. that he was going to turn themon Inspector Frank George appeared

between Hull and Shaw before football players not to talk Rotary Hears I The trip had barely begun when in Starke but the sun was -PPf! before the School Board at their
with any bystanders in the future. \! Talk 'I .
tlw. first blow was landed. I :Musgrove suddenly pulled up beside already down enough to make the >> '-1 regular meeting this week. Coin
Hobbs hopes that in the future .
Hull reportedly tried to push By Francis Beard an old model car and motioned{I taillight desirable. ...-: reported that the county's
watching practice will remain ,
persons City ";
Shaw from him two or three times. i it to the side. Next Musgrove ,, new school construction is more
pursued high
on the sidelines so that such A vocational a ( q : / -
He tore Shaw's shirt in one in talk by Francis I ,.;,.. : ) than 12 cent
i incidents can be avoided. Beard featured I "Let me see if your stop light powered car that passed him at a J .- '.; per complete and that
stance. Finally, Hull hit Shaw l luncheon the Wednesdav. works," said :Musgrove. The driver:high rate of speed. The driver! Lays i- -c: T : classrooms are receiving top
: .
and fight began. The extent of Coach Hobbs cites the school meeting of the Starke : .....I priority.
a Rotary Club. jflnplied his brakes, but the light evidently spied :Musgrove for he : ... I.. "'. 9 T.tn" I
the fight is also a point of disputeby I l law making it a misdemeanor for I I did not work. slowed his car down to under the .;.. ; He also explained that the

eye witnesses. anyone to interfere with the school | Beard who is employed by the I; "Let me see your driver's speed limit. Musgrove tailed him New school buildings presently under

Neither fighter was seriouslyhurt program. II I State Improvement Commission in I I l license." said Musgrove. The driver for a short distance and then turn- ,I I iol'- 'j construction are being built with
but Hull suffered I the disposal of ,,
1 surplus war property I thumbed through his wallet and ed off the road. fully tested coscrete

bruises and a scratched neck and Hospital Construction I at Camp Blandrng. described i I I came up with his American Legion "He's more of like Sewer Coin said that continual tests
danger ;
the -
Shaw was bruised on his ribs, working of this operation and Card. Later after several minutesof show that the concrete poured for
Bids Opened Yesteday I that. he said. "Watching the ,
neck. and face. I II how it has aided -r- ; : the
many state j searching, he found his driver's fz new buildings is far exceed-

.Hull told the School Board this I I Sanford Com. architect for the I I!schools hospitals. and other institutions. l license. other road ,with than one he eye was and when me with he the LineA ... ing specifications. He said the
week that he had to meet a challenge Bradford County Hospital. said I "A fine thing," commented Mus- \ contractor is using almost six

to fight or lose the respect: this week that the hospital corporation The surplus property cannot be I srove. reading the occupation speeding. .. bags of cement per cubic yard of

I has received: 13 or 14 bids sold to the public, but is availableto 'noted on the driver's license. :Musgrove then stopped a driver I I ,. ... ,concrete when the specificationscall

School Enrollment from contractors. The bids were certain institutions for the cost "Stopping a mechanic for not having who passed a school bus on a &";.. '. for only .4.3 bags.
!( aft- only of transportation gradual curve south of Starke. The School
) and handling
opened yesterday (Thursday a stop light. segment of over 14,000 ft. of sewer line that the City of Starke Board requestedthat
!l lernoon, and the results of the bid- i He cited one instance where Musgrovp then issued a "(':>rrec- The curve was not marked as a Coin make a report on the
has contracted for in W-st Starke. The wwer line will sere thecity's
I!ding were not known by The Tele- a school burned last year and was tion ticket" to the driver. He was no passing zone but the driver concrete after receiving advice
Meets Estimates tuo new subdivisions and residents who live on Alton Road.
j'graph's press time. back in operation with a few instructed to correct the faultytail -was. definitely- taking. a big chance. .I from J. M. Edwards, who "speak-

i iI|II I The estimated cost of the hos- weeks with the aid of surplus light within 48 hours and then I me size of the school bus and ing as a citizen" said that the

County-wide school I I Ipital is about $323,000, and the buildings and equipment furnished to mail the ticket to Musgrove. (the darkness made it impossiblefor I BHS Coaches Speak ,Sander's Charge ,contractor appeared to be making

enrollment !'county must pay 35 per cent of the hrough the Improvement Commis- Later Musgrove explained that him to see what was coming the concrete too cheaply to meet

figures seem: to follow the pre- .cost. The hospital corporation has he had noted the defective stop around the bend.Musgrove I To American LegionStarke's I specifications..
school estimates by Bradford I sion.The Dropped Wile
at the
j $105,000 \
!approximately surplus disposal operations light when the car slowed downat gave the driver a j The board also discussed changing -
County School Supt. Harmon P. American legion Post
present time. > set up on a "break even" basis. I an intersection in front of us. warning ticket and told him I some bus routes so that students
llorgan Larger to 56 will have Bradford three
enrollment High's
are The hospital is expected to receive Retracts Story
I Beard explained. He is not allowed Musgrove worked 12 hours daily be more careful. And the from the State Farm could
leported by Bradford High an additional $40.000 from so daywent. football coaches James Hobbs. I j I
School'l to show a profit on the Saturday through Monday. He was one careless or 'I be picked up at the Bradford
Bradford Elementary I ,the state racing tax next jear. The thoughtlessact Joe Hull. and Leonard Register. as :
operation, and neither can he showa on the road from 7 a.m. until 7 following another. I [ The charge of assault with intent County line.
the RJE negro school. The rest: j additional revenue would be collected It keeps their guests at the Legion's regu- i
I loss. since no funds are provided n.m. He also remained on call foray I the patrolman to rob was dropped against The Board then heard statements
or the county was basically about in time to meet the hospital'sfinal busy, and the undertakers lar meeting Tuesday night at 8 '
to make up the Joss. accident happening after hours. j\ as well. j|:Glenn R. Sanders last week, and from Coach Joe Hull,
the same as last year. construction expenses I I t
I! A. J. Thomas. president of the p.m.The Coach James Hobbs, and Principal -
his wife branded the story of him
First day enrollment at Brad. The hospitals Board of Trustees coaches will go over Bradford I
ford Elementary School was 925 i opened the bids at the courthouse club announced that the board of| Third GenerationOf ;Blaze Damages High's 1954 football prospects 'striking, or robbing her as a "pack C. S. Partin about alight

yesterday The Board hopes that I II. directors will meet next Monday I I I I on the BHS playing field
as Haynes
compared with 853 enrolled after { Family I for the Legionnaires. j oi lies.
night at 7 o'clock at the Camp I Since Hull will before
the first month of school a year I I..days construction after a bid will has begin been within accepted.30 I Blandingofficl.'rs: club with Dave | Opens Dental OfficeA ;Pratt St. HouseA Last Friday the American |,I Mrs. Sanders made the follow- I County Judge Theron appear A. Yawn
ago This week's Bradford High Legion was host to 14 boys who ing statement to The Telegraph:
Simpson host I|
I as I ion charges of assault and battery,
enrollment stands at 739 as com I Starke Lions Club II third generation of the Hay- fire broke out in the home of played on the Junior Legion Base- I I "I want last week's story retracted -|1 I,the School Board agreed to takeno

pared with 699 at the end of September Future Farmers I I res family will engage in the prac- Fdward H. Griff on Pratt St ball team. The boys heard a talk I I it was a pack of lies. I action on the case until the

a year ago. Begins Fall ProgramThe I,tice of dentistry in Starke. when ,Thursday morning at 3 a.m. Grif- on the importance of teamwork :gave him the rings, and the parakeet -I outcome of the court hearing on

The RJE negro school has Increased I Begin New Year ,Dr. O. L. Haynes Jr., opens his !1 fis and his wife were visiting relaitives. I and sportsmanship by Coach Herb 1! belongs: to him. The story Sept. 30.Jaycees.
from 374 students to 400) Starke Lions Club will soon [office today (Friday) in the old Thomas, and then they were presented -i|:is just not true. We were both i
i and they were not in the 'i
students Most of the increase was resume their weekly meetings afi i The Future Farmers of America '''Hospital Building. j"house with awards by Post Commander mad I and we just had a quarrel.
when it caught fire. I i
in the elementargrades.. The I ter meeting twice a month during will hold a meeting Thursday. His grandfather. J. O. Haynes r C. L. Currie. j j i i I feel I'm just as much to blame : To Hold

Thurston negro elementary school I'!the summer according to Hugh L I night to elect this year's officers i I opened an office here many years j Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter said I The boys honored were: Euhe'las I: he is." I Breakfast Meeting

showed an increase from 67 to 78 I I Ingram, president. The Lions are This meeting will be important to I ago. and was one of the first I that one room of the two room Rushton, Wallace Rivers, Layne'

students also planning to begin their an all students who are enrolled inj]members of a Florida Dental As house was ablaze when the fire SiWey, Russell Crosby. Eugene I Oak Grove Church I Starke's Junior Chamber of

Other school enrollments as I II nual broom sale shortly. The Agriculture. and the club's advisors ,sociation. His son. O. L. Haynes department fire arrived. He said the: Magyari. Jerome Edwards. Edwin !Plans! Revival Servicesi Commerce will hold a breakfast

compared with last yeas figures I brooms are made by blind workmen have asked that a majority of Sr. I damaged about two-thirds of Johns. Buck Gill Glenn Reddish. ]i I I meeting at the Guidon Grill Wednesday -
was a dentist tere until his
I the house and the
are: Heilbronn 98. a drop of five; and the money goes towards the boys attend. furnishings were Gus Kopelousos. Billy Harrington. j!I will be Revival Services at 7 a.m. The meeting
Hampton 119. a gain of three; the Lion's sight conservation pro II Joseph G. Wood is the new in probably a total loss. Robert Eaves. Paul Magyari, and (I at Ihe Oak Grove Baptist Church, I was called by Jaycee President G.

Lawtey 265, a drop of 16. gram. agriculture teacher this )'ear. V. Griffis had $1,500 insurance on Batboy William O'Hara. ;,i between Middleburg and Camp I J McGriff Jr. in an effort to attract
Negro school enrollment is: I BHS Principal Charles Partin I R. Ferguson left the Agriculture; the house and $2,000 insurance on I Blanding, starting September 13, I members that can not attend -

Brooker. 19. a gain of three: and estimates that the Lions gave i' Department of the school after 10 : men of the First Presbyterian his furniture. Furniture destroyed: Children's Committee Lasting two weeks, with Rev. Ed- luncheon or night meetings.

Water Oak 42. a drop of 17. No about 20 pairs of free glasses toi wars of teaching and he is pres- I t! Church will begin their fall included a TV set, stove, and ice 1 I ward Harvey of Highland .fficiating. -I McGriff invites all men under

enrollment reports have been i school children in Starke last year. nth teaching other courses in '! box. The Bradford County Children's Singing will begin at 7:30 135 to attend the meeting. He said
made bv the Lawtey and Hampton i I The Lions plan to continue issuing Bradford High School. Paul I program a supper on Thnrs-1 Carpenter said the cause of the Committee will meet Monday noon L 'and preaching at 8. Everyone wel- the JayCees were especially in-

negro schools to date. j free glasses to needy children this !Hutchins is the other agricultureI day. Sept. 16 at 7 p.m. in the fire was unknown. He said the at the Methodist Recreation Hall. !come. Rev. W. O Collins Sr.. ,terested in new members of the

i year. I teacher. j Sunday School Building. i i fire was relatively easy to put out All members are urged to attend. pastor community.J .

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Florida et al, ) Court on September 20. 1954, other- or before the 27th day of September 1934; ; has been filed against you in the
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Defendants. ) wise the allegations of said complaint : :27th day of September 1954; otherwise the allegations of said above entitled Court by CathrenItobertas
) will be taken as confessed otherwise the allegations of said Complaint will be taken as confessed Dickerson. Plaintiff in the
published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under ORDER OF P'BLJC.TIO"0 by t IT you.IS FURTHER ORDERED that I I Complaint will be taken as confeea- by you. above styled ordered cause.and and directed you archereby t'
:OTICK: TOPPIR ed by you. This notice skall be publishedonce
the Act of March 31879. The Mate Of Florida TOI this Order of Publication and Notice I This notice shall be publishedonce each week. for four consecutive file your appearam answer or
be forthwith published once each other pleadings to said Bill eitherptrsonally
Florida Land and Immigration each week for four consecutive weeks I
in the Bradford County Tele
week for four consecutive weeks In or by Attorney, in the office -
Company of Florida and its unknown weeks in the Bradford County Tele- graph. .
EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION the Bradford County Telegraph a of the Clerk of the ah ie styled
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL successors, trustees, stocklderb duly qualified newspaper publishedin graph Dated this %4 day of August. 1954.OFFICIAL Court on or before the 2ath day >f
and other claimant b>', said County.WITNESS Dated this 25 day of August. 1954. ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby September. A. D., 1954; otherwacthe
through[ or under it; (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Clerk of the Circuit Court
my hand and official said Bill will be taken as confessed -
I Isabel P. Hitch wno, "e residenceand I seal at :Starke. Bradford County, Clerk of the Circuit Court :By Yvonne Harrell Deputy Clerk byOU.. This notice to be
Test is Starke
address Florida. Cornelia
I Starke Voters Face Important P. Long, whose residence and- Florida. this August 20, 1954.;; By Yvonne Harrell. Deputy Clerk. _____ S,27: 4t 9/17 published once a week for four (4.consecutive ,
SEAL Charles A. Darby 8/27: 4t 9/17
address is tarke, Florida, Lois P. ( 'I weeks in a newspaperof
whose residence and ad- Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- I In The Circuit Court Of Florida general circulation in Bradford
Starke's voters will go to the polls Tues- The city needs a larger power plant, a dress Perry man is Starke, Florida Myra Dar- ford Count, Florida. I >OttCE TO .IPPEARIB I Eighth Judicial Circuit !. tad County. Florida.
8/20 4t 9/10 i i I Far Bradford 1'ouBty. !. 'lIaun-rT Dated at Starke. Bradford ('ounI -
"off year" election new distribution system, a new water tank, by Peek. whose residence and address rirenlt Court Bradford Couat,. !I '.
day, and if this year's is Starke. Florida. S. I.. PeekJr. Florida In ''Cathren Roberta Iickcrson, Plaintiff Florida this IS day of August,
and water lines ,. whose residence and address is NOTICE TO APPEAR Ckaeerry.Henry vs. Donald Lee Dickerbon. De 1951.
than half of the more larger more sewer
form less reg-
runs true to tarke, Florida, Frances P. Ward. IB Circuit earl, Bradford Cvutr. L. Baker. Plaintiff. vs. Edna I fendant. Charles A. Darbv
istered voters will turn out to mark a ballot. lines, zoning regulations and many other whose residence and address is Lake Florida i !. Chameerr. Paker, Defendant. Annnlmnt of MarriageNOTICK Clerk of the Circuit CourtJ.
City. Florida Darby Peek whose James H. Booth Plaintiff vs. Doro- Case No. 10-655:; TO .\PPE.RI. I Frank West
Lack of "issues" was blamed for the low improvements. It will be up to the City residence and address is Starke, thy R. Booth Defendant. Notice To AppearTo The same Of The Male of Flor Attorney for Plaintiff
Council to determine how many of these improvements -. Florida; Julian L. Peek, Jr., whose Case No. 10-656 : Edna Baker, whose residenceand idaTo \VilIiMon. Florida
turnout two years ago when only 664 of residence and address is 1641 Camp- Xatlre T. Appears address is: Unknown. : Donald Lee Piokerson whose First publication August :20. 1914:
participated. Can the same can be given top priority. bellton Road, SV., Atlanta Ueorfia. To: Dorothy K. Booth. whose residence You are hereby notified that a residence and Post Office address is ';29 4tSVPtRCOOl h '11I
1.50d voters Louise P. Sayles. whose res 1- and address is; Corunna suit for
Since the is just barely
thing be said about this year's election? city presently and address is Little Switzer Michigan.You Divorce, care, custody and con- .--' -----
meeting expenses new revenue must be land. North Carolina. IHa. Peek and are hereby notified mat > trol of minor children '' Y
The three City Councilmen elected Tues- Are city Wilson Peek, both of whose addressis suit for halO been filed against you in the jV.. tfJ'1 ; tr41I
for these
raised improvements.
to make some of the 5203: Kimbark Avenue Chicago Divorce I above named Court and cause and .
day will have the power taxes needed? Will increased utility rates Illmoif. August D. Juilliard, James has been filed against you In the i you are required to serve a copy of I '
most fateful decisions in the history of M Moore. Augustus C. Baldwin. Andrew above named Court and cause and I your answer or pleading to the ENJOY \
from be necessary? How high should taxes or Klnnev also known as An- you are required to serve a copy of complaint on the Plaintiffs
Starke. At present Starke is suffering the increased rates be? drew FlbciuK. Leroy Jones, also your answer or pleading to the I Attorney Hon. Gerald R Hart A i\
and some decisive action Known as Ervin L. Jones Emma J. complaint on the Plaintiff, :Jfl2 Smith Building. Jacksun-
severe growing ,pains, All of these Questions and many more Hammond Julia K. Jones, Erwin J.ammon.d. ,
is needed if the city's services are to !!! -. ._ Florin L. Jones, ... -
will lbe decided by your City Council in the i lorm II. Jones and I.llewljn Smith I DAYTONA
keep with its citizens' needs.In [ones. also hm v n as SlellwynMnith .
I .
up next two years. Every one in Starke is Jones and Ko known
the next two years these three men directly affected by these problems, and it : Smith J 'I.i es, his wife, BEST RATES IN TOWN% I. WEEKEIW .
the will t'lerre A. Uernani ind R1an'h M .
will have a deciding vote in how city is up to each voter to determine which candidates i Bernard his wife i(. alue. and

collect and spend over $600,000 of your will best serve him in these matters. jnknown line and spou-e if an\"'.f acn them of be them'th"l, RepresentingAmerica's I

money for normal operating expenses. The chips are down. as the saying goes. ::.0 the unknown, spouse, heirs, d.- I ONLY $11 per penoo
iiseegrantees i> gatees. ,
Furthermore they will play a major role The citizens of Starke must make their ( and oll'er) claimants a.sIgnees.reditors bv I Largest Mutual Ins. Companies double occINCLUDES

in determining what additional expense i is choice. An indifferent public leads to indif- ::hrough very of under the above or against named each persons and I
*ho are deceased; and Biophile Club I
necessary to meet the increasing demands ferent officials and neither leads to prog- (I"o.: Inc., a corporation and its un- toon Friday & feturdoy Night

brought about by the city's rapid growth.VVyiVVVTYYVVmmYTTV" ress.PINE II II flown successors and other, trustees claimants, stockholders !Jy-, AUTOMOBILE . 10 20/' I I Full Court Breakfos & Dinntr on Saturday i'C

:hrough or under it, and all other Full Course Breakfast en Sunday
::1yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy )ersons having or claiming any FIRE on DWELLING 20r-; furopeo KM A bl.Spacious .
tYTTYYTfTYYYfffYTYTYYTTTHEILBRONN i ight, title lien or interest in or to

j Bradford he following Coun1)Flurida.lands; .situate, to-wit-:in FIRE on BUSINESS . 15r; Rooms Excellent Cwisln*"* Golf Course ,

HAMPTONby LEVELby All Quarter West-half of Northeast of Northeast Quarter MOTELS 35r* 2 Private PooH Cabanas Private Beach

Except all that of South 8-
acres of Wea Mrs. Win. W. HammondjAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. H. M. MeRae11AAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAALk& By Mrs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Quarter of Northeast Quarter
South and East of Seaboard Air Planned Entertainment Fisherman's Paradise

I Line Section Railway 31, Township right of 6 way:South-I\ Why Pay MoreS For Itservotionl

Ernest Morgan of Jacksonville, Our pastor Rev. W. E.. Hall re- Rev. Milton Dukes of Tampa was ,Sfou Range and each 22: East.of you are her..byIwtifi..d write Of wire Ruth Straytr,Gtfl.Mjr. __ .,

visited the Dan Jacksons Sunday. tumed safely from Ft. Worth, guest speaker in both morning and I that a I'lll of Complaint
lias been
filed the
in Couitjf
His son. Roy, who had spent the Tex., Friday after a very success- evening church services Sunday. Bradford County. Florida, in
and filled his regular !He will be back with us next Sun c:'hancery, by Clyde W. Colsmi and Contact _
summer with his grandparents, ful meeting ][!es>kie E. (Colson his wife as Plaintiffs -. __$
arcompanied him home. appointment at the Pine Level 1 1i and against you and! o'adof CRAIG HOTEl 4.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas !Baptist Church Sunday morningwith i I day.Mr.. and Mrs. E. E. Stokes and 1I ;)rou( said a!l defendants suit is to quiet; that and the confirmthe nature I l paytiina ;;?-

called on Rev. and Mrs. Bob Gray I a very large attendance.We I family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. : title and of Des plaintiffs."ie K <'r.Kn n>de 111-,W. wifeto eon ."--. CONNER Bros. Insurance Agency tlza g

and family, Sunday afternoon. read the sad news of the Johnnie Cowart during the holi- I the above de-oribed I luu'i: '! a i DIIICUT f ON tHE "WOILD'S MOST FAMOUS BIACH"
I Fee simple title, and \ "u ,lI" '''11111fd -
Little Valeria Gray who had spenta passing of Dealer Lee of Starke days.Mrs. : to apeai.tucl -i'i\ ,i ,,.' .,t 129 W. Call St. Phone 285 I' DAYTONA BEACH FIOIIOA J JAmtrJcc'i

week with the Thomas's returned Friday morning of last week. He Freida Norman had as holi- i!your answer and plMdingPlain! .
tiffs att rne>, A J Thuma.J i -- -
home with them. will be greatly missed at the Pine day guests her sons and their ,

of which he a Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Nor
Level Church was wives
Mrs.. F. B. Hall and daughter,
F'ances. and Mrs. Sally Hall of faithful member. The funeralwas man and baby of Hampton and Mr.\

Gainesville, accompanied Mrs. conducted Monday afternoonat arid Mrs. LeRoy Norman Jr., of

rinnie Meads home Tuesday of the church by Rev. W. E. Hall Camp Blanding.Mr. .

last week. and Rev. Alton Dobbs. The family and Mrs. Murray Carroll of

has our deepest sympathy.Mr. i Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. T. W. King and son of Jacksonville -.

were Sunday guests. of and Mrs. Jerry Williams of Ii Mrs. Bobby White Monday of this

the Don Hill's. Melrose and James Wainwright of ,week.

Mr. and Mrs. James Broome and Melbourne were visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eggersand

children, of Orlando, spent the Mrs. Russell Thomas Sunday.Mr. children of Jacksonville visit-

weekend with relatives in town. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and ed relatives here during the holi-

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams of children of Starke spent Sunday

Tampa, spent the weekend with I night with Mrs. Myrick's parents days.Mr.. and Mrs. M. Beach of Jacksonville ,

their parents, the J. W. Homes. I the H. M. McRaes.Mr. I were visiting her mother -' ..

Mrs. W. N. Jackson of Starke and :Mrs. A. J. Fender and I I Mrs. Delores Carmichael, over the

spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. family spent Saturday night and weekend. .
W W. Hammond.Mr. Sunday with relatives in Orlando. \I Archie Carmichael'came home
and Mrs. Edward Saxon and we can
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cadle and Friday from a visit to Miami. giveyou
daughter. Gail, were in Eau Gallie I
family visited relatives in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish spent
ever the weekend. _
I Sunday. I the weekend in Tennessee sight-
Rothelle Jones of the Naval Base,
I Mr. and: :Mrs. B. M. McRae were'seeing. __
spent the long weekend at his

home here. I recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I Joyce Morgan who works for

Larry Van Alstine of Cocoa, Johnny Holman of Hawthorne. the State Farm Insurance Co. of on ...

was a dinner guests of the Raleigh I Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eggers and Jacksonville SRent the veekend

Brannen'. children of Jacksonville and Mrs. I with her parents, the R. L. Mor .. _

Mrs. Verna Young arid sons, Egger's parents Mn and Mrs. T. __ __ _* _

George and Howard, spent Tuesday N. Jtforman and son, Gerald of gans.Mr.. and Mrs. Harvey Edwardsand $

in Jacksonville. Heilbronn Springs were dinner children of Jacksonville were 1 _

Mrs. Lulu De Walters of New guests of Mr. and :Mrs. B. M. Mc- visiting relatives here Sunday. _

York City is spending several daysIn Rae and family Monday. Mr. *
I I and Mrs. Bobby White, Mr.
town in interest of her property We are sorry to report the ill-I I and Mrs. J. B. White and son. most economical : i !
PIIIp-the new '
fcere. ress of Mrs. Nita Dobbs, and hope Lynn and Mr. and Mrs. Ancel ,, _
Ford F-100 with 115-h.p. Sal! 6>f ft. pickup .
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie CrawfordSr. she will soon be well again.Mr. I I Norman and children were visitorsto box hu rn_ _
capacity. Fully automatic -__ "s
and Mr. and Mrs. John Pierce. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and Jacksonville .
For omali Drive
gas-saving Overdrive and
were recent dinner guests of Mr.
and others dinner V V
family were I
and Mrs. Jimmie Lee took Power Brakes Vl V
at xtra cost.AMERICAS. f
and Mrs. Donnie Hugh Crawford ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. James
and daughter.Mr. ,their baby to Tampa for treatment l\ _,__ -.
Crosby Sunday.
and Mrs. Horace D. May i ii I of an injured hand this ,
i Mr. and Mrs. Neal Clemments weekend.Mr. j
spent the weekend with Mr. and
and daughter Shirley, of Waldo V
and Mrs. Darby Gaskins are -
Mrs. P. H. Moody at their cottagein I
were visiting the H. M. McRae's -
I keeping their little grandson David -
Salt Springs, and attended the --- _
Primitive Baptist Church at Bay' Sunday afternoon. Williams, while his parents, Mr.

Lake Sunday. I' After spendin a few days at !and Mrs Willard Williams, are va- I
Jerry Wadsworth of Gainesville, home Arley McRae will be going I cationing.Mr. I MOST ECONOMICAL PICKUP!

spent the weekend with Mr. and I[hack ti the University of Florida: I and Mrs Bill Green and ,

Mrs Wallace Collins. I Saturday. j I family were recent visitors to

Mrs. Hershel Parker and daughter -I,I Mrs. W. E. Hall made a business points of interest in South Florida.ryyyyyyvvyvyyyvyyyyyyyyy1. I

Doris, of Flint. Mich., and Jim trio to Jacksonville Monday. II I

of Cleveland, Ohio 25th Wf'tldin2'nniwroarv . , .
Baker are
spending a few days in town. Be-!\ Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae were I I' I II Bring old truck
much last Sunday ; your
fore coming on to Florida they at- very surprised BIG DADHappenings I II
tended Mrs. Parker's family reunion when thev returned home from FORD J

in A 'ibama. ,church and found several cars new
i the .
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Eiland, of I parked at their home and saw !!I \ Only I aU 4. in today It's worth

llomasassa, spent a few days with ;more driving up with full baskets S you ,

their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. of pood thines to eat. Pickup gives
\Valterson, and sister and brother- Those enjoying the occasion V

in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mc- were Mr. and Mrs. J. G Jack ')nand I these features a mint of when

Mahone and son Donnie. family: Mr. and Mrs. Joe I money
Mrs. Joleen Bruner and family
Mr and Mrs. M. L. Watterson Starling and family of Starke: Mr.
spent last week in Marianna.Mr. .
entertained with a birth- and Mrs. Barney !rers and children k t'SoftStSfiprs
and Mrs. Ira Merntt of Pal- p-KW'
da v supper honoring Donald Mc- of Jacksonville: Mr. and Mrs No other /\ :; trade it for
atka were visitors of Mr. and Mrs of p ,. you a new
Mahone. Those present were Mr. T, C. Sapp and sons. Bobby and I Bill Banks Monday.Mr. legardlei'. \g features.oneYsavU ;

and Mrs. Archie Eiland of Homas- Wayne: Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp; I i-9-Vlng, n\ with these
and Mrs. Edward Taylor ierized Cab r7*
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie %Wat Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and sons.
sassa I help
were visiting friends in Sanderson tord has thet di: fatigue, :: i i;
Only r
terson and R. F. Cutchen of Starke Rudolph and Jo Allen. all of Heil- I tha
last weekend.Mr. .-idest
t.ronn: Springs Mrs. Eston Brownof \1clU ivef. job: Otne-Jdest F-IOO
and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mc- : ttMc
a .
and Mrs. George Seeley add to ) yndest sea
Mahone and son, Donnie. Sampson City: Lavon Duncan. I u."e. r, inUY: t C\l; seat shoe k
Mrs. J. W. Harvey spent Saturdayin e\d built-in
Mrs. Lottie Belote and the former Bill Shanlev. Owen and Roman .,sc1uaive r.thing"wovenplas-
Jacksonville. door.
Miss of Micanopy. Alvarez. Kathy Myrick all of o "rr--br V A
Gladys Allgood (yu OO 'P
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dukes are __.,eWUJ1\'t non.sbccun
former Hampton resident Starke: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae th.t's cjV..r,
proud to have their son. Hoyt. !
called on Mrs. M. Watterson and sons. Arley. James and Dan- tiC transmissions
home after sen'ingith the Armed rr five .
ny: and the H. M. McRaes. J. chQice fit your
Tnursday. !ft ,
Forces. Only ford () .,.L-n fie1d-to 'j'.
Mrs Ed Silvernail and girls, who Afternoon visitors were Mr. and the ''

have been overseas for 6 years, Mrs. Robert Mvrick and son. Billy.and I Mrs.Esther J. T Starling Kirkland and enjoyed Mr.spending and- I _truck widest to Tar'jO.J!'):(.'b, :Th' Your old truck will never bring you more than the allowance your Ford j

have returned to Hampton and are I Mrs Susie Myrick of Starke: i I Sunday. with their sister, Mrs. i vacuun ? pop"etor .l. Dealer is ready to give you if you trade now for a new Ford F-100 (
st tying with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and MrVal Clemen's and ford oueb :08t
Leamon Knight, of Live Oak. eJiUa {
:Mrs Leaston W>nn. daughter. Shirlev of Waldo. and OfllYe at Vlorthwhiie ,V Pickup. The Triple Economy of Ford's Gas-Saving Power, Driver. (
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammondand Mr and Mrs. V E. Thornton. Mr .. stOypU\g.

daughter, Willow Ruth accompanied and Mrs Thornton were dinner "I NOTICK O\ I'TF.'TIO'\ TO i .c eser : of S.X or V-8 engine! Saving Ease, and Trip-Saving Capacities will save you money from I
Mr and Mrs. John E. quest's If any names were left Notice is hereby given that the hrd gives YOU a for each <- the very first day of ownership and every day thereafter. To make

Hammond to Ruskin, where they out they were not done so inten- I undersigned under the provisions of hili a ho."epo .er V

spent the weekend with Mrs. W. tionally. {I lAd"Chapter of 1941 20.951, will. Laws register of with Florida.the ford develoPS of disP 0ver ac ament, in both.-.o.V-8 and' the best of a real bargain, see your Ford Dealer-today! l

E McComas and daughter, Del- of tbe Circuit Court in and C.blC jncli economYt .j1b1, V V C
1IIW.CHAPEL for Bradford County. State of Florida gs.sa W1 g ,
p me upon receipt of proof of publication ta.. f'r V I
(ASSEMBLIES OF GOD) of this notice, the fictitiousname '
':so Hiuay 16 West of Dottom Dollar Company
FILL DIRTGOOD I Inot Inc) under whith. we are engragrd FORD MyTRUCKS'
Services 1 in business at 14? W. Call
at the Hi-Way Chapel] St.. Starke. Fla. V .-u
(Assembly of God) "SO W. High. That the parties interested ia saidbusiness I

RICH way 16 will be as follows: Sunday:: are:
: Harry Kowits. SOI West Bay St.
10 a.m. Sunday School: 7:45 i Jacksonville. Fla.: Irvine Kowits,
TOP SOILSee 901 Wes-t Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla:
p.m. Evangelistic Rally: Wednesday Joseph Kowitz.. 901 West Day St. Andrews Motor Co.

7:45 pjn. Prayer and I Jacksonville. Fla.
Dated this 20th day of
Praise Service, beginning a seriesof ; August. I
A.D.. 1l51.! at Starke Bradford
studies in the Book of Revelation County Florida

BILL JACKSONJackson Harold E. Bullock, pastor 8/J7 4t 9A7la

Transfer Compan: The Revival at Hi-way Chape!1 The firm 11 Court Of Flarida. S IF YOU'RE INTERESTED IX AN A-I USED CAR BE SURE TO SEE YOUR FORD DEALER

closed on Sunday night, but wil I KUhlh JudirUl ('Irrail. IB Aad
Phone 165 Fer Bradford CUB B IF. IB (ka.eery Phone 118 Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE FLORIDA I
be resumed again in a few weeks. ,ClydeV, 'oI..on and ) ,
,Reie E. CoNon! His \ I
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ssssrssrrrr srSStflSS ssssrsssJ ss snsSfl MargaretValters Circles yy-yyyyyyTyyyvyyyyyyyyyyy NOTICK OP INTKNTION TO M KE charge as Executrix of the estate! "f
Baptist Had Mrs. Mixon r
John I _'PPLll'TIO'UK. I'-I'\\L William Alfonso Redgrave. dec..at'd. --
DIM H IKUKProbate on this 8th day of Seotftiibrr,
Tells Of Engagement Tuesday MeetingsThe Honors Daughter ( Law 1933) 1954.
I '
Keystone Heights '.
la Court of the ( ,
.oatT Jmdf.r Minnie L. Redgrave. Executrix ..f
I To i ,
Louie Prevatt Bradford County
On Her Birthday the estate -Alfonso Wihi'tRedgrave
Daisy Circle
met Mate of Florida
i .,.".. with Mrs. Maxey Carter, leader I by Mrs. Sara McDonald4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I la Probate.I deceased.
I I Mrs. John :Mixon entertained at ;i I 1.1 i re the Estate of Alft.n.--o William 9 1\\ HI" l
I Tuesday afternoon with 10 mem- kt'ttgrave, Uei-eat-ed.
I I a delightful birthday party Satur- I Ifj II Ti i ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
bers and one visitor present. offering I
.. I I day afternoon from 3:30 to 5, for I Notice: is hereby given that Min-
II I j for the day was $11.25. II r I I.. Kedgrave has filed her final
I her daughter, Dorothy Jean, who j.'pmt' as Executrix of the estate of i ,
Gladys Mooty Mrs.
t II Harding brought avery AliiuiMiilliam
I was celebrating her sixth anniver- Redgrave. deaed. -
Phone 35 interesting program entitled, !' I <- that she has filed her ptti-
t I I I tIn for final disiharge. and that .
I "Alcohol", with Mrs. E. W. Hayes sary.The .-h* will apply to the lIunord!>l.. I
tnt- nfl spsrtrStnfl
Mixon lawn at the corner Th'Tun A. I Ir
and Mrs. Yawn. Count Judge of'Bradfmd
I I taking parts. of Temple and Tenth street, where .r County. Klorida. .>n the .
Mimi Southwick, |Mrs. L. D. Haines The Circle took as their monthly -lev., nth da> '>f O. tul.er. 1154 tor'tppi.'X.il I II '
the party was held was decoratedfor I .if same and f..1' final dis-
project the buying of a layettefor
State President, Gives Buffet Supper a needy mother. the occasion with multi-colored _

Speaks To BPW For Baptist YWAThe After the meeting, the hostess balloons whjch were later given to ITCHME-NOT.
the little guests. The refreshmenttable IN 15 MINUT */
served cake
j- and ice cream. is
: I was overlaid with After applying Itch-Me-K'of
i Baptist Pastorium was the The Helen Masters Circle met a paper yon
lovely buffet I cloth with matching napkins and but be pleased, or your 40e beck
a supper
scene with Mrs. J. B. Sapp with 12 memo at drag Banish .
any store. ext.er.flally
last Friday evening given for the I cups and centered with the tradi- '
bers with :
present Mrs. F. B. caused itch of eczema, ringworm OURPROEION
Baptist y. W. A. group b> Mrs. t Beard, leader, presiding. tipnal birthday cake. Five prizes : athletes foot, poison fry, insect

L. D. Haines as the last meeting Mrs J. A. Griffin and Mrs. were given away during the after- I : ._.. t bites,surface rashes. Today at
,1, '
i of the year. I Ernest Brooks presented a most noon from names drawn from a MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE

A color scheme of pink was effectively -, ,interesting program on "Brazil". glass bowl. Those receiving prizes I ;

I carried out in the seasonal After the devotional was given by were Cindy and Sally Sink, Becky / : I

flowers placed at points of interest :{ !' Mrs. F. B. Beard, Mrs. L. D. Phillips Gloria Gibson and Jimmy : '. I
1o I throughout the home. The buffet' Haines led in Yawn. 11 FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walters 01 I| prayer. .: ''''t. I
% .jr I table was overlaid with a white Lancaster S (' announce the engagement I I After a short business session Refreshments of ice cream, cake t.-> I O

linen cloth and centered with a of men daughter Maigaret ,. the hostess assisted by Mrs. and candy-filled baskets were serv- ...' JUST ONE .

beautiful arrangement of pink Caroline to Loui- Prevatt, '.I.1 Ernest Brooks, served refresh- ed by Mrs. Mixon, and Dorothy Lt. Col. David A. Nelson t tret.) II You should have one of our

II gladioli in a crystal bowl flanked son of Mr. and Mrs W. L. Prevattof ments. Jean's maternal grandmother, Mrs. !and Mrs. Nelson of Keystone FRIGIDAIREMade Burgulary Insurance Policies -

by silver candelabra holding burning : Waldo. The wedding will take I The Doris Knight Circle met in E. M. Davis, and assisted by Ms. Heights announce the engagement j only by General I Protect your home.

I pink tapers. place on Oct. 17 in Lancaster. the Educational Building Tuesday Charles Hardy. Mrs. W. F. Mc- ,of their daughter, Miss Marilyn Ii Motors Corp. All other
I A short business meeting follow- and Mrs. Alex Yawn. business and personal
( night with Mrs. P. T. Nolin, pre- Aliley Harvey Nelson to Richard Henry Electric Refrigerators are prop-

cd the supper after which Revi-the Methodist WSCS siding. Dorothy Jean received many Crowell son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton I I made by other companiesand ert)'.

j guests attended the Baptist (I Circles Met TuesdayThe After the devotional was given lovely and useful gifts from her F. Crowell of Cambridge I cannot use the word Constant Service Since 1891

val. I by Mrs. Nat Dankle, who based little guests. Mass. Miss Nelson is a senior at Frigidaire.
Aomong the 20 guests were I her topic on "A Sinful World anda
and Mrs. MarvinV. Sted- three circles of the Methodist Among the out-of-town guests the Boston University School of I SENDFORJERRY

m_________-.- I Brother Stedham_ or W.S.C.S. met Tueday for their Sufficient Saviour", Dr. Florence were Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Mixon Nursing. Her fiance, a graduateof JVant A
and son
Mimi Southwick president of ham monthly meetings. Jennings was introduced to the and children, Tim and Mary, from Harvard University in 1949, received -

the Florida Federation of BPW Lakeland Lex Ga.Green assisted Mrs. I Circle 1 was entertained Tuesday group and she spoke on "The Part Gainesville, and Dorothy Jean's his MA. degree from Prince- ? ? H. C. WALLAGENCY
:Mrs. the Church in
Clubs will be in Starke Sundayto morning at the Educational Plays Curbing paternal grandmother Mrs. Mintie I ton University in 1953 and is at
in serving at the supper.
speak at the District 3-4 meeting I Building with Mrs. W. G. Haile Juvenile Delinquency" Ellen :Mixon of Waldo. present continuing his studies in

held in the Bradford High Mrs. Thelma Jennings, Mrs. II i mathematics at Princeton. An
and Miss Coburn hostess-
I Amy as
, library at 10 a.m. Sunday.She Home Demonstration ;ts.I Marion Payne: and Mrs. Bill Stud- St. Mark's Young I early spring wedding is planned. E. H. SMITHTenth i Phont 146
will make a report to the still served refreshments to the 22
Clubs Meet Jointly j I Mrs. H. H. Adams presided over i 200 E. Can Street
district on the BPWs National i members and. one guest, Mrs. R. People Meet SundayThe .: ... .
I' !
.J. .
the meeting in the absence of the and Temple A Starke I
Convention that was held recent- and SunnybrookHome A. Green, W.M.U. president pres fee
The Heilbronn I leader, Mrs. L. D. Vining. Mrs. ..' ... .. Starke FUu
Young People's I
ly in St. Louis, Mo. All membersare Demonstration Clubs met -
; : "
E. Middleton and Mrs. T. H. ent.The I
at Mrs. -of the League of St. Mark's Episcopal II. t
urged to attend. afternoon regular meeting
together Slade had charge of the combined I...... EI
Helen Sapp's home; :Mrs. E. L. Cox Business Women's Circle will be Church will hold their first meet

Recent Birth: presided over the business session: program and worship services and held next :Monday night, 7:30, in ing of the Fall on Sunday, Sept. I h
talked on the theme "Lights and t1 I ALVAREZ' STORE
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sunday Over- The Sunnybrook Club headed by Shadows of the City". Mrs. Slade !the Educational Building with Mrs.. 12 at 6:30 p.m. This will be a j'I Established 1894 I j
I Mrs. J. R. Kelly voted to join with Marvin Lawson in charge of the supper meeting and all young people -II II I
Raiford ]
street of are announcing of Education
secretary Missionary -
(ithe. Heilbronn Club, and they were program. are urged to attend. I II ..
the birth of a daughter, Doris heartily received. announced that the fall study

Elaine, born Sept. 5 in the Starke Miss Edith Moore volunteered to I took "Man and God in the Citv" r I

Maternity Hospital.ReElect. be the 4-H local leader for the I I would be given at the next business -i MOVINGLOCAL

Heilbronn 4-H Club and will assist : and program meeting at the |

the Home Demonstration Agent church with a covered-dish' lunch- ,

with the girl's activities.For eon. She urged all members to I -
the program. the members attend. I PHONE

made handbags table mats and Mrs. Carl Johns was appointea I .. MMB M MM HM HMHMHMV I OR Dependable

James A. LewisTO guests towels with Swedish Em- Sunshine Chairman to fill the I Going to be mighty quiet around an unexpected visitor Monday eve-r : LONGDISTANCE Economical 311

broidery on huck towels. vacancy occurred by the resignation here week when the rang while playing rummy on
in a or so '
The next meeting will be held of Mrs. Leslie Biggs. who is I the front porch what should come R. B. Alvarez OR

THE October 5 with Mrs. B. M. McRae. moving to Atlanta. I back-to-college trek begins so slithering out of. the .house onto ti-l: ; Agents For TRANSFER AND

Mrs. E. L. McKnight, county Mrs. L. Hillendahl was welcomed far on my list I have: Ann Cress- the porch toward the door but a Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE( CO. 250-J

CITY COUNCILYour health nurse will conduct a session as a new visitor. The Week of i ler, Carl LaMar Johns, Adele king snake perfectly harmless, ; I

'Ion' making dressings for cancer Prayer, Oct. 25 to 31st, was an Scholl, Kenneth Tyus, Steve Weldon but a snake right on a good Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Kennedy of j

Vote and Support Will patients. nounced. Gene Shaw Kathryn Kelly, question was. how did he get in Keystone Heights announce the i I STORAGEPerryman

Be Appreciated Those present were: Mrs. E. L. Martha Landrum, Nancy DuPre. the house and how long had he engagement of their daughter. j

: Cox, Mrs. J. R. Kelly. Mrs. B. M. Circle 2 met Tuesday afternoon I Jimmy Reddish, Levy Canova, been there -- anyhow Dr. Colson Madeline of Jacksonville, to Harry I

I McRae, Mrs. Wesley McRae Mrs.A. in the "Men's Bible Class" room of :Marion Harrington, Archie Car- quickly stepped on the reptile'shead Walter Cannon Jr., son of Mr. and Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida

C. Ellis Miss Edith Moore, Mrs. .the Educational Building with Mrs. I michael, Jimmie Moncrief, Pat and while Mrs. Colson grab- Mrs. H. W. Cannon Sr. of Jena La. I -

Felix Sapp, Mrs. Tullie Norman Jack McComb, hostess. who served -, Bill Booth U. Miss is
I Kucera and entering bed scissors off the table and Kennedy a nurse in River- -______ _
Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Miss Dorothy refreshing punch and cookies of F.; Sandra Chambers has left side Hospital in Jacksonville. Her ;
them to him with which he
Ross and Mrs. Eldon Sapp. to the 12 members as they arrived. for Baylor Univ. at Waco, Texas; cut its fiance is in the Marines and sta-
quickly off head.
After the meeting, the hostess Mrs. L. D. Green, leader, con- Pauline Gay. Marcia Kay Hazen Hear that Dr. Haynes, dentist. tioned at the Naval Air Station in I TELEVISION FIGHTS

$014 !served refreshments. ducted the business session. Mrs. and Janice Dansby are attending is moving into his new office in Jacksonville. The Wedding is set for I
Henrietta Hunt and Mrs. J. C.
Jones Business College in Jax.; the old Shadycrest Hospital build- November 23 in Keystone Heights. .

TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS Hobbs had charge of the program. I Kaspar Duncan and Billy Cressler ing today see Paul Faulkner is MON. WED. FRI.
I Mrs. Hunt gave an interesting will leave for Emory Univ. in At- Word has been received that 3 NIGHTS !
the of the Gulf Serv-
I S rings, $1.50. Bradford County Tel- the "Methodist Mission in new manager
article Gus Newman,
lanta; Florence Brown, Agnes a former residentof

I egraph. __ I New Mexico" and Mrs. Hobbs Lawson, Mary Julia Futch and ice Lake Station. Mr.corner and of Mrs.Temple C. and H. Keystone Heights has passed 3 RECREATION HALLAIR

gave a brief review of the "Vital- at his in Charleston.W. .
\ Ann Johns will enter FSU in Tal- away nome
Quick have the
: on better Starke Citizens I ity of the Indian Church". ly.; Johnny Kopelousos and Tom- Canova home on bought Washington Gladys street Va., after a long illness.Lt. 3 116 E. CALL STREET
Mrs. McComb led the worship.
Col. and Mrs. D. A. Nelson
my Slade will leave for Emory-at- and in the ,,
moved of ,
Eligible For Cash early part I II'
I as her subject the sixth verse I I '" I "
'r SAHIJQHE using Oxford, Oxford Ga.; Marcus the week and Mr. and Mrs. entertained on Sunday with a reception -

Citizens of Starke trading area of the 126th Psalm. at- Brown enters the University of Jos. G. Wood (son-in-law and honoring their daughter 3 CONDITIONED .... BEER AND
All members were urged
of good character and in need of Miami Medical School; Claude daughter of the A. J. Thomases) Marilyn and her fiance Richard

Dry Cleaning! cash are eligible for our Loan tend the study course on Sept. 20 Johns goes to the Univ. of N. C.; have moved into the Thomas home Crowell. A number of guests call- SANDWICHES
at the church. ed during the afternoon to meet
services. Either on a Pay Day Robert Frazier to NortheasternUniv. vacated by the Quicks the .

Status of $50.00 for 30 days, at Mrs. Bertha Pearce was hostess I. and Butch Smith to GMC Woods are both teaching at BHS the young people. Mrs. Smith and II 'll' '" I II" -' I

$1.75 interest or on the Famous Tuesday afternoon at her home on if I left anybody off this list. Nina and Glen Sanders have :Mrs. Rinehart, Mrs. Waters and I I

Budget Plan. Contact Marion Madison street to members of please let me know who they are moved from the Howard cottageto Mrs. Patterson presided at the :! Everybody Welcome! I

I Finance Co. 5333 Gainesville 1md :I'll their in this punch bowl.
by phone Circle 3. put names the Cermenaro Apts. on Thompson I _.
or wrie P. O. Box 446, 218 Mrs. J.V.. Andrews. leader, I column next week. St. hear that the cele- Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Holl have returned -

W. University Ave., Gainesville, opened the meeting with quota-I Michael J. Pickering will receive brated Aunt Jemina of Quaker to Keystone Heights after.j --- ------

Fla. (Adv.) tions from the "Upper Room", and his discharge from the Navyat Oats was making calls here Tuesday their vacation in Pennsylvania. ',,

I pI12T'S also conducted the business session San Francisco on Sept. 8 and a evening while passing thru Sunday Dr. Holl occupied the pulpit -.j i iI

1GO'JEII Mrs. I. P. Shepherd gave the friend of his Gerald McCoy of Kenneth Tyus, aboard a destroyer of the Community Church after I

devotional on "Lights and Shadows Gainesville drove out to meet him escort with the Navy Reserve anchored an absence of two months. (,

ITILOOKSV ')f the City"." and the two .are :visiting points of off N. Y., has been seeingthe The Community Church Women ,I

I j Mrs. A. Wood had charge of the interest thru the West enroute high ,spots in New York while I will hold their regular monthly II

I LIKE I tiPT program and gave the highlights home and plan to be back in timeto theie he expects to be home meeting on Tuesday Sept. 14. in I

01 the article "The Experiences of enter the U. of F. this fall Sunday after the two weeks cruise.I o the church. A meeting of the executive -II I
board was held this week ,
also hurrying back to the fold
a School Nurse and her Work are Congrats to Mrs. Sarah Brownlee -
Among the Navajo Indians". : Lewis and Helen Haines and Sylvia who celebr ed her 94th birth- to formulate plans for the new I
year. All women of the church Sewing Machine Operators
By: Dan Weeks Alvarez, who have been working -.day on Sept. 1st she is now
----.--- -.. are invited to attend the
.- .. at the Lake Minnewaska meetingon .
. I staying with Mrs. R. P. Hollis, on
With uillions of words already -- -- -- -
Mountain Resort in New York all 1 Tuesday at 7:30: p.m.
10th Ave. NE, G'ville. and
ground out concerning summer leave there Mrs. Elbert Altman Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES
they on the Janel Goodman celebrated her 2nd general
color Twf"re going to add a j
D.IL : 13th and will spend three days in birthday last Friday, Sept. 3, witha chairman for this area of the

few more'-only relating to the .- : New York City before returning small party for 15 of her little emergency Polio Fund, announces 18 THRU 35 1

technical side as we see it. TARKE FLAJ home Lewis will enter the friends. that to date she has collected $220

I Although from time to time I Stetson Law School in St. Peters Seems to be all for now see I for the fund. Anyone who has not Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital !

w -\e' felt that color: on a general Fri.. Sat Sept. 10. 11 burg this fall. you in the next ',yet mai.e his contribution and who Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others
scale is closer than two I DOUBLE FEATURE I Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson had I -Carolyn wishes to do so, is requested to get

I I .!it in by Saturday_ so the_ _final__ _r-_- APPLY AT OUR OFFICE
elephants! ia a phone booth, It'iI I n
I : quite obvious that the complexity Million Dollar PursuitPerry i![Presbyterian Circles Two Local Scouts I port can be made. 10th & CHURCH STREETS

of the color age Mill stall its Edwards Grant Withers Wm. Reynolds is in St. Vincent's
I I mass acceptance until, say, ANDESCAPE j Circle 1 of the Presbyterian j'I'Apply] 'For Eagle] 'Hospital in Jacksonville. Doctors
: I!Women of the Church will meet BIG DAD Manufacturing Co.
I mid-1956. FROM ,Awards This Month I expected to operate on Wednesday.Kyle .

I II I II I Tuesday evening Sept. 14, at 9 ,I McMurtry Jr. went to the I
.I Color rails for handling avastly FORT BRAVOWith o'clock at the home of Mrs. David I Scout Court of Honor was held I hospital on Sunday for eye sur- Starke, Fla.yVTfVTTTTTVVVVTTTVTVfTTTVfTTTVTTTVTMTTTTVTfTVTVT.

more complicated signal I Montgomery.Circle I in Gainesville last Thursday night. '
Holden and Eleanor gery.
than for black-and-"hite with William 2 will meet at the same At this time boys who attended I r
Nt Ii Parker I II Mr. and Mrs. Nick Burson are
1 the margin for error reduced to time at the home of Mrs. John summer camp received swimming I
Plus Serial Gunfighters Chap. 10, rejoicing in the birth of a young
I \lrtually zero. Microwave relays Mixon. and Life Savings Merit
I I and Color Cartoon for Kids. I' Badges. j son Mark born Monday. Sept. 7.
and coaxial cables will require All circle members are urged to I' Archie Green and Alonzo Kirkland I

I: much added facilities and i SUN., :MON.. TUES. attend to boost the attendance con-I II handed in Eagle Scout applications -:! Little bad fracture Joanne Thomas suffered 4' BUDGET
a of the in
stations, too, will have to provide 3 BIG DAYS 3 test. at this meeting and !' right arm

Our miracle Sanitone Dry for the proper handling of DOUBLE FEATURE i they will receive Eagle Awardsat I a fall at the school house on Tues- ;
Cleaning makes clothes this medium of tele\Won.! Color Southwest Passage Books I the September Court of Honorto day morning.Mr. /cY .:;

camera chains slide and film Registration be held in Gainesville. [ and Mrs. E. L. Kyle have returned .
look '
new. ; ; last longer; equipment, and lighting Hill IX COLOR. :Open For New Voters Several boys received promo- after a summer in Pennsylvania -
too. Spots out, peripira With Rod Cameron. Joanne Dru [ I '
provide problems which will tions to Second Class standing. and Ohio. iJ :
tion gone no cleaning AND i II The registration books for State PAY DAY LOANS
have to be worked out by the Kenneth Miller received his Life Mrs. John Karges and Mrs. Bar-
odor better and County votmg are now open.
lasting press technicians handling the transmitting THE LADY WANTS be- Scout Award!, which is next highest ton made a trip to Franklin, N. C. I 1
and and new residents may register : ,
costs no more than end. to the Eagle Award. this week. -
MINKWith tween the hours of 8:30 and 12 i I I
ordinary dry cleaning; Troop 70 won the attendance!i Mrs. S. E. has receivedthe
and from 1 until 5 each day McKay
Call or come in today! AU in all, the industry! has! Dennis O'Keefe, Ruth Hussey !except noon Saturday until and including banner. Seribe, Archie Green sad news of the death of her $ I II
toward lickIng
gone a long way and Eve Arden = $25
Saturday October 2. All per- I brother, Mr. Harold Smith in Has- 3OOS
some mighty pt'rplexingproblt'nlS Plus Color Cartoon for Kids
and it's our humble AIR CONDITIONED sons who have moved from one |Boy Scouts Hold] brouke Heighjts, N. J. Mr. Smith

precinct to another are also urgedto was a frequent visitor to Keystone
opinion that when the businessof I Green-Bar Meeting I I
call at the office of the Super- Heights and was hoping to live I Prompt Courteous
color We L Thurs. 15 16
telecasting Is ready to < Sept. f -
visor of Registration Marian L I here: some time soon. He died sud-
it'll The
go prove to be something i meeting
and make the Confidential
Crosby, necessary I Service
well worth ha'lnga1t "for. RIOTIn 'Troop 70 was held at the home of denly Saturday, Sept. 4.
change in the record so they may
Scoutmaster Harry Green, Tues- \
CLEANERS Meanwhile, enjoy your black Cell Block 11 vote in their home precinct.The CE.lETERY"ORKlXG I
day evening.
LAUNDRY and white set to the fullest by attention of the public is MARION FINANCE COMPANY
XnUl, Brand and Cast of .\i't' 'r"the business meet- I
1,000 regular
allowing WEEKS RADIO & i called to the fact that this is State There will be an all day cemetery \J

And TV SERVICEtoke.ep it in good ANDMissing land County registration. and the ing, a hamburger fry was enjoyed. I working at the Elzey Chapel I EMERGENCY CALL COLLECT

The Clothes Line repair. Call 153 for TOP television Women ,fact of having registered for voting Those present were: Robert !Cemetery in Union County on Fri- PHONE 5333 Gainesville

PHONE 28 service, at rock BOTTOM i ; in a city does not entitle any. Charles and Alonzo Kirk- : Or write P. 0.
With Penny Edwards t. Cooper day, Sept. 17. All Interested per- r Box 446, 218 W. University Ave. :
one to vote in the State-wide elec-
Cor. Call and Water Streets prices
I Color Cartoon for Kids tion November land, Jan Mundorf, Robert Kelly !sons are invited to come preparedfor E Gainesville, Fla. "
Starke, Fla. OPEN 5 P.M. to 9 P3La j on 2. '


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tSSSSssrssrss-rsssssssssssrssrrsrssr rrssssrpcvc1N r Mrs. C. M. Turner of Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Waters were I Telegraph. weeks in the Bradford County Tele mately 3.1i1 miles A ProposalGuaranty Florida's Documentary Stamp at-
is the house guest of Mrs. I I at Crystal River Sunday and Mon- 1934.OFFICIAL Dated. this $ day of September, graph. in the amount of $3,000.00 .- 'I i tached.
I. Dated this 9 day of September, will be required. I The name of the bidder and the
Carrie Ward. :Mrs. Turney, :Mrs. day, visiting Mr. and Mrs. LelandR. ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby 19ii4" Slate Project Job >.. :,."$. applicable Project Number should
Clerk of the Circuit Court (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby : be shown the check draft
State Road Xo. S-225. on or
Ward and :Mrs. Jeannette Young Waters. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 1ia.1 I
Clerk of the Circuit Court County from Sampson City to All work is to be done in anord-
were in Gainesville on Labor Day. Mrs. F. F. Fairley and nieces, 9:10 4t 10.1 By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. 227. Work consist of light escalation. I anee with Plans. Specifications an)
9.10 4t 10 1VOTICE : Limerock Stabilized Base I II I Special Provisions of the State RoAd
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Mundy and Bobby Jean and Terry Nix. of !-NOTICE TO APPEIRIB with Type 2 Bit. Surf. Treat., one Department Special attention I"
family of LAurens, S. C., were Waycross, Ga.. spent the past two Circuit Court Bradford Co..t,. I : TO (tONTIMCTOK I concrete box culvert of bridge tailed to Notice to Qualified (Con
THE NEWS Florida Office of the !Mate' Itoad tractors" and
-.. I. Chancery.Kathleen Department ,length; small drainage structures; any Special i'rnri.-"
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. R.I e. Wane, Plaintiff "". I Tallahassee. Fla. land incidental items. The length is ions contained in the Proposal Form.
I William Wane, Defendant. September; 7, 1954 approximately 3.878 miles. A Proposal Plans and 'or Proposal Forms will
W. Jr. Lake.
I tSSSSSS tSSS SrsSSSSrfl flssssssrrsssssss 1 tSS J B. Mundy Taylor at Kingsley Case No. 10-669 ('O'"TRIT'1'I0'D: Guaranty in the Amount of be furnished to Qualified Contrai-
Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen had Sot Ice To Appear :\IU'T.\.t PROGRAM $4.000.00 will\ be required.The tors upon application to this oftue
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Newcomb, Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter and To: William Waite whose resi Sealed bids will be received atTallahassee terms (1) "light excavation.:' for the sum of $25.00 per set Kxtia
I spent the weekend with her daughter as weekend guests, Miss Louise dence and I Florida from Qualified (2) "medium sets of Plans may be purchased fur
of Orlo Vista, were visiting the daughter Mrs. Wallace Faulk and address j is: 241 Catherine excavation and (3) I
Mrs. Herb Thomas and family. Johns and Miss George Ann Free- :Street Leicester, England. Contractors until 10:30 A. M. (E.S. 'hea\y excavation" as used herein- $1'>.00 per set. Plans with or without -
G. S. Newcombs from Tuesday to daughter. Marten returned home You are hereby notified that a T.) on the 21st day of September above indicate respectively. (1) Special Provision, may be purchased -
Thursday.Sgt. last week after month's vacationin Mrs. J. L. Cole returned home man, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. euit forDivorce. 1954 for ,'construction of the follow- less than 3000 Cu. Yds. per mile. by fabricators for $10.00 per
a Monday from St. Vincent's hospital Fred Scott and baby, and Miss <'usu>d>' and control of ing project: I (2): SOOO to 15,000 Cu. Yds. per mile I set. XO IlBFrxn WILL BE JJADK
and Mrs. Carl Edwards of Hot Springs, Ark. and New minor child State Project. Job :No. 2V.O-173.: and (3) more than 19,000 Cu. Yds. FOR ANY OF THE AK1.N
j where she ha? been the past I Verna Nell Fabian of Tampa. has been filed against you In .he I Bradford I'ounty. various!! streets in per mile. CHARGES FOR I'LAXSxn PRO.ItttAL .
Orleans La. '
Camp Stewart, Ga., spent the ten days. Mrs. Sue Bridgeon and Connie Mack Clark of Augusta, above named Court and cause And I Starke totaling approximately 10.7miles A Proposal Guaranty consisting of I FORMS.Proposal .
weekend with their parents, Mr. Mrs. J. M. Vickers and daughters. you are required to serve a copy of I in length. Work consists of either a certified check cashier's Forms will not be j i--ued
Janice daughter, Linda of Charleston. !!Ga.. spent the weekend with his your answer or pleading to the light grading, storm sewers: Ocala check trust company treasurers unless request i< leceived at lea-t
and Mrs. Earl Edwards and Mr. Carolyn and spent complaint the Rock Pace widening, concrete curb check or bank draft of any national 24 hours prior to opening bids
S. C., are visiting the J. L. Colefamily. : Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark. PlalUlffiAttorney
and :Mrs. Stafford Crews. in Jacksonville. I;; parents T. Frank Landrum and gutter; limerock stabilized base or state bank in. the amount The right is reserved to runt any
I Saturday i Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kiger of !Starke, Florida. Type 2 Bit. Surf. Treat.; and inci stated abumad.. payable to tht'i or all bids.STATE .
dental items.. Job > Chairman of the State Road Department KOAD DEPARTMENT
I and file the In the office o. 2X37-171 ('F
original ol
Mrs. J. Cunningham and sons, I j I Birmingham. Ala., visited over the the Clerk of the Circuit Court nn Mate Road Xo. S-100-A (Edwards must ;company each Ind.I' FLORIDACenl
, Loop Road), Bradford between All\ iheiks or drafts -hall hate beenissued M Webb.
County Chairman.
N. S. I
Mrs. before
Business weekend with Mr. and or the II day of Oct. 1954 :
That's Our Warren and Richard, of Keystone [ otherwise the : Sit 100 west of Starke south within ';50 dabs of the date R: T. ilupton.State : .
3 ss Heights. and Miss Judy Green, of ,Dankel. Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson and Complaint will be allegations taken confess-ot said and east approximately 3.00 milesto for rereiMiig bid Certified ,'he. ks Highway Kngmeer
If It's Glass We Have It! ad by you.This Alton Road. Work consists of 'shall have the n..c."ar* State ot 9 10 't :' i 17
Starke, attended the races in |,Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Furlong. medium excavation: Limerock Stabilized -
4 I CALL WRITE or VISIT J. E. notice shall be publishedonce Bane 2 I .
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Mrs. ; Type Bit. Surf. I -
Darlington, S. C., over the weekend. each week for four consecutive Treat.: and incidental items The
I Futch and Mrs. Jimmy Chasteen weeks in the Bradford County Tele- total length of the Jobs is approximately

I Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish i and sop J. Roy spent last week U54.graph.Dated this 8 day of September. Guaranty 13 in.7 the miles.amount A of proposal J16.0uc.-' !I

and sons, Mike and John, and :Mrs. i at the Brownlee cottage -at St. 1954.! 00 will be required. wintercomfort

ANY GLASS NEED Drew Reddish spent the weekend !'!Augustine. Jimmy Chasteen and OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby State Male Pr Road..jrr Xo.Job S-237'\0.061., Bradford..->

Design Modern Store Fronts at Cedar Keys. his grandmother, Mrs. J. B. Lee By Marian Clerk L. of the Circuit Court County. From the Santa Fe Rivet

V A'a Mail Us A Pattern for Mr. and Mrs. Carl LaMar Johns i i'.of Atlanta. Ga.. joined the family Crosby Deputy 9/10 4t Clerk 10/1 consists north to of SR heavy 18 in excavation Hampton. : Lime-Work i

Table Tops I the long weekend.i rock Stabilized Pase with Type 2Surfa'f'
and son. Dale, have moved from i,i over SOTICE TO APPEAR .

1313 N.W 4th PI. -- Gainesville! Fla. Phone 2-4353 'Gainesville to their cottage all i i \ Have The Newest Thing In I.Florida Circuit IB Court.Chancery.Bradford ConBty,, The Treatment length of; and the Job incidentalitems. is 2.306 ,

Kingsley Like. Carl LaMar will Paint Sets. Paint directly on Peail (J. miles. A Proposal Guaranty in the
Salisbury. Plaintiff.
amount of $2,500.00 will be r.'quiredMale I IwitARIAHEATsadt.
I' |cloth, scarfs t weK napkins or Joe Llaremp Sali"hurDt'ftndant.. I !
commute to the U. of F. each day. I, Project. Job >u. M7-175. 6$11tJic/1cit
I needed paint Case Xo. 10-668 Road Xo S-100-A. Bradford
brush tate
glass. No .totlre
To .
Miss Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville Appear.To 1.rnprkrrq 1.
Cnffis: Road southeast
County. Loop -
p Tubes. See these : Joe Clarence tit.I
:1 from Ball Point Salisbury whose .
spent the weekend with Mr. i r."id..n.tand addles ,. r'nknown. of Starke. Work consists ofmedium
I at Bullington's Studio and Gift I : excavation, Limeroi Stabilized -I
and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. The Griffins -,1 You are hereby notified hat m : Bas with Type 2 Surface
HUNDREDSof also had as Sunday guests, :, Shop. I Divone and Treatment, and incidental items I
I Ifr. and settlement of property The of the
I ] Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Whidby length job is approxi-,
:\ and Mrs. Joe Griffin of Jack-i j been I.
'daughter, Miss Annette Whidby has filed against you In the
sonville. i|I above named Court and cause and TOUCH-COOLGadOMa6c
details are managed and economic- Mrs. Carrie Ritch is visiting her land', son Lee Whidby of Birming- you are required to serve a copy of

ally attended that only a trained and son and daughter-in-law and fam-1 i j II'I ham Ala., were visiting Mrs. O. your complaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to the FOLEY SHARPENED SAWS Gas Area Heaters

careful organization can attend when lily, Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch in :]I L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid O.Attorney Box 188 Williams, Starke, &Florida Futch. P. Cvt Faster Cfanwr, Eautr

the urgent need for serving is at 1 Hialeah. .;Jon Saturday. and file the original In the officeof
:| Mrs. J. H. Fields returned home the Clerk of the Circuit Court on You'll MV time and effort
hand. j i Mrs. Junius Smith took her son, j with or before the ArJUM w 30.004<<,
week hate been 8'
after a when
Friday spending saws I
Butch up to the Georgia Military i j j t 11 day of October 1954.: ; your 45000 ut 65,000
her sister, Mrs. W. H. Ford in otherwise tne allegations liP said sharpened OB ocr precision Bti wpii capacities;

DeWITT C. JONES College and Millidgeville returned to, Ga.Starke, on Monday on-:]!'Cocoa. Mrs. Ford and Mrs. R. E. Complaint fessed by you.will be taken as con machine. All teeth are made I From $24.95

Phone 7 Starke Fla. i Tanner Sr of Baldwin. spent the This notice ihall be published uniform and accurate .

,.........- Tuesday. i weekend with Mrs. Fields. once each week, for four consecutive jut like DeW AN Ttow ,....... _' __. .
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkhad I Mrs. Ed Meyers, Mrs. May Ree- Telegraph.weeks in the Bradford County Yen'll be i C Tmk-Cool ....-IDp. oito.. tries The only vented, radiant, circulating .
Funeral Director weekend guests Mr. and I Met M Blck Magic camtctiM post
Ambulance Service as Dated this $ daof September. heaters with remarkable Touch
side and Jack Abernathy. of Den- 1954. pleated with* I bw..4tc"eorl.hOl.*. kut Ataaom.bC
Mrs. Roger Ward of Jacksonville.Mrs. I Cool cabint'tl-Io cool you eari
Oar local funeral borne enable nj to offer convenleaeei ana Steve Weldon and family ver, Colo., Miand Mrs. Warren (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A. "aurt Darby I *or speedy "P'-I.lkwporsis 1007S HlctJII1vC.; .fuimtw. siting grow potted plants on top-can't:

errice not otherwlit available.W I Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Donahoo, of Lakewood, Colo., and By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk service and harm furniture, rugs, walls, or
,spent I Michael Donahoo, of Washington. 9'10 4t 10/1' with your earl careless little fingers!
rr_ 6 W. W. Shaffer in Tavares. All heat circulated from front-
I the week
I D. C.. were guests cutting saw.I .
of I
Mrs. Joseph Thomas son no streaked walls, no soiled ceiling.
turnlah the highest type cerrtc at lowest price, and j 10f Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Miller. iVOTICE TO APPEAR Glo-Brite
Crescent City, spent Labor Day I'm Circuit Court. Bradford CouslyI'Ierldas radiants give added
ftcc-pt AN 7 life insurance policy in force, listed by ANT I with her mother, Mrs. P. S. Den- I Miss Billie Jo Ivey. of Sylacauga. la Chancery. I I (I) warmth to floors and living area]

company *a payment In part or in full on a fuieraL I I I Ala., was the weekend guest of Ruth Lazenby Plaintiff. \*. John All! Saws ReToothedAnd Efficient High-Crown burner for
mark. I William Lazenby. Defendant
I Consultation curie no obilgatlon..ensnnrnr i Mrs. F. H. Long had her family J Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley. Case Xo. 10-6t 7Vollce Filed 1jI1 AGA -.... br top economy.
I =s-s-nsrrrrsnnnrssrns I j Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Thomas andchildren. To Appear.To of Dearborn-finest, safest gas
rrnrsn3 fltypn
including Mrs. John All Hand Saws 50c16S gat heaters
home for Sunday, : William Lazenby. whose made. Your wise choice for
-" Bryant S. Carroll, of Jacksonville, ( Mr. and Mrs. W. J. residence and address is: A/3C John N. Water St. l'h.IIt-\\ heating comfort as you like it.
*! and family and Mr. and .MmLazenb}, 59th AIlS. APO 616
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thede and i "'/0 P.M.. Sew York X Y. ALSO SHARPENALL
Saunders spent the You are hereby notified that
Mrs. a
on. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Long [I suit for KINDS OF TOOLS

I and daughter of Gainesville Mr. (weekend at Daytona Beach. DITor'.... ('ustody. control and Knives Scissors Etc. SLADE GAS COMPANYPhone
I I. C. J. Harris of Washington. support of minor hild ,
and Mrs. C. A. Long and daughter. Mrs has been filed against you in the All New Equipment
his sisters
i D. C., is visiting
of Eau Gallie, and Col. and ; above named Court and cause and
G. J McGriff Sr.. and Mrs. Lex you are required to serve a copy of
Mrs. T. T. Long of Starke. !your answer or pleading to the complaint GALVIN JOHNS
Dedicated To Community Service Mrs. Merry Knight, of Gainesville !i Green and families this week. on the Plaintiff's Attorney! 121 Slarke. Fla.
"Movie Are Better Than ,Ever" i H. \'. Knight Starke, Florida 465 N. Water St.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardv and ,
was the overnight guest lasti j' and file the original in the office of I -
Friday of: Dr. and Mrs. Lt'muelI ; family visited Mrs. Charles Hardv the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre At Mrs. W. H. or before the 11 day of {kt"in'r.
Colson. ; Sr.. and Mr. and 1954; otherwise the allegations of
cut ad out and it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS x
present Gainesvilleon said Complaint will be taken
in as con-
,I Tappenware E\t>rh<>rt.. For I Bryan and family
fessed by
------ you.
Fri., Sat. Sept. 10. 11 I Home Demonstration ('allt08J.. i, Labor Day. I This notice' shall' be publishedonce I I'M TOO SHORT TO

DOUBLE FEATURE WED.. THUR. Sept 15, 161 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy 'j: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Harris of weeks each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele-!

; I were in Brunswick, Ga., over the ,j?svannah Ga., were Sunday guestsof graph.

'1J15TAuuh11t tT"'" '. weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. j! Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Harris. 1S54.Dated this 7 ilaof Septtmliei

O Dever. j: Mrs. T. G. Mitchell and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Rev. and
) rllfJ1FlSTlD Friends of Eldridge Smith will ] daughter, Barbara Jean, of LakeShore By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Circuit Deputy Court.Clerk STRADDLE E THE FENCE

i I :egret to hear he underwent a'' were visiting friends hereon I 9. 10 4t 10 I .

ItMIFllSi : senous operation in St. Luke's : Monday. Mrs. Mitchell has recently NOTICE TO APPEAR

j hospital on Tuesday. returned from a visit in the In Circuit Court Bradford Coanty. __

A Columbia Reprint I Mrs Wilma Dockstader and son, New England states. Annie Florida Maybel IB )Chancery.Saunders, Plaintiff. As Your Councilman I Will Support the _

OMAN HATERAND : Billy and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and: Mrs. Edward Burns had as week- vs Clarence Alexander Saunders De
family. Pamela, Sally, Marvin and ] fendant. Case Xo. 10-671 Following : -
THIS WANTING... I' end guests, her brotherinlaw.Jack !Ho\ tie* To Appear
Plus "Along Came laff)" Cartoon I David were in Dade City Satur- F. Ward. and E E. Jelks of To: Clarence Alexander Saunder.
THIS NEEDING... Law-1 whose residence and address is: t'n-
and Chapter No. 7 Serial I day and Sunday visiting Mrs. \ El Dorado, Ark., and D. V. Conk- kno 'n.Tou S Improvement and Expansion: of Our Electric, ,

THIS MADNESS... son's parents Mr. and Mrs. Oren I lin, of Smackover Ark., who had are hereby notified that a Water and Sewer Facilities. <
suit for dh'orcehas
DELORES McKNIGIIT I Welch, and then on to Orlando j I
II I been attending the Legion Conven- been flied against you in the '
I Mum**ncnwa MHM Sunday evening and Monday, visiting j above named Court and cause and : .
Sun., Mon., Tues. Mr. and Mrs. Reid Shy tie. (thee I tion in Washington D. C. you are required to serve a copy of I Long Range Planning Program to Prevent Future t
Sent. 12. 13. UiCINEMASCOPE : "INDISCRETION Dr. and Mrs. M. L Kokomoorand your answer or pleading to the complaint .
former Shirley Pollet of Starke).1 on the Plaintiff's Attorney Emergencies. .
!: family, of Gainesville, were Dandelake. Daw son & Srott. 106'
.. Mr. and Mrs. Bolden of
Jerry ,
OAt Umv W Sunday evening guests of Rev. Smith Finilding J.-u kson\ille. :jff!
( n E. i Opalocka spent the weekend with Florida. S Recreational Facilities for Our Young People. i fS ,
I and Mrs. W S. McAliley. end file the original In the officeof .
.,........... their son-in-law and Mr. .1
daughter, "
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .. .-
!and Mrs. X. M. Smith. or before thi. I 11 I day of ditoliei i ,
owl J Jennifer Mont omery I' :MTIE TO *PPF. %R 1954.; otherwis." t tin" ,dlt'gII''I1- I Adoption of Zoning to Help Protect the
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy, of yaid Im'estJERRY GAY
Complaint will l he taken as ('on-
rail ford fount
b In Circuit ( "ur( jr. ments of Our Home Owners.
I Augusta. Ga., spent the past week I' Florida: In lhaiirrrr. ,I teased by ) oU. I
jONES 0 QlfT Pa- This notlco sr.i.i be published
Robert J. Xiir Plaintiff. \ -
with Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns and
trioM XeiM-r. D*-fmlantCa once each week for four c.>nsecutiv.
,. I ,. Xi. l 6T'iNntirr ..
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WOMA1Wt I ('Ius't' of Space" Cartoon Phis I Mrs. W. A. Starling of Jacksonville I Pat To i ma\ppenrTo" Xl-.T. \\ II..,-.. irM- It Ii t I
spent the first of the week dt-nce and addrt"i i I'- 4-> ,'ti iilinStreet. i
Autumn on Roam Special Xew York New Y"n k
with her daughter, Mrs. Maxie You are hereby notified that a
WW i
Carter. suit for
Divorce custody control and Announcement
j C. II. NASWORTHYi Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Handley of ; support of mir t hild t .

Lakeland spent Wednesday to Friday has been filed against you in t the
above named Court and and
I of last wt'ekth Mrs. P. S.
'COMING SOON you are required to serve a cop> of
Denmark.Rev. your answer or pleading tl> the complaint -

"GARDEN OF EVIL" Harold E. Bullock has been i T. on Frank the Plaintiff's \ttoi ney Florida II That We Have
Landrum Ptarke We Are Proud To Announce
I'lus "Mouse Menace" Cartoon 1 l. invited to the Assembly of God inj I
and file the original in the office of
and Latest World News Key West to conduct a Bible i
.-_-. .. Teaching Revival that began Sept. j or the before Clerk: of the the I II I Circuit day of Court( ittiit.'r.I9zil on Been Selected As A Franchised

; dtherwi-.e the allegation. of"aid
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6 for two weeks. ,
roinjilaint w II be t.tXn as
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andrews and confeed li\' x ou. I
Thiniitue, 'ln'l. :! t>.- ]1..1-h..d!( Dealer For
daughter Sylvia, and Mary Hen- ,. ,
on<'e each ueek I f. ii i: >- i-
And Now, McCulloch's Great New derson spent the weekend with i 11\'" Ueekm 'lie; B: ,idtnlri V' Illlty:

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Teston in.

PLUNGE CUT BOW Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kyle and/ i,

son Ken of St. Augustine. were

weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs ,

P. M. Barefoot.Mr. .
For Pulpwood

and Mrs Bynard Sullivan ,
Small Timber and children of Allandale. S. C.

spent from Friday to Monday with j
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan.

Mrs. Ethel Pickren of Gaines- 'aitjqnditipmngAIR

vile, spent a few days this week
I Iw1th
Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Good- !

man. I II I i

TIME[ The New McCulloch Plunge Cut Bow tins faster Among those from out of town

because thereVino-1 pinching. pring or *edging. who attended the funeral of Mrs.G. I CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION IN THIS AREA

Your cuts are clan and quick ith a minimum W. Brown on Sunday afternoonwere i

cl lost moon. : Dr. and Mrs. Edward Smoak CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON ..

You'll Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Collins and As Most Of You Know YORK Is One Of The Oldest And Most Respected In Their
MONEY get many more cuts per day-saung on Mrs. George Livingston of Tampa; about this questionThe
labor costs and 0Mhead. And the McCulloch
Mrs. Hugo Sims and Mr. and Mrs. Field Of Manufacturing The World's Finest -
Plunge Cut Bow cuti those stumps right down last hurricane smashed
Edward Sims of Orangeburg, S. C.: i
to the ground iih a minimum of Wlstt. The windows and the roof of ourneighbor's
"fortified edge" (hard facing) adds much longer Don Albritton Mr. and Mrs. Dell i S
life to the chiin.I Hart, :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Benton. .

Dr. R. W. McCollum. Dr. and Mrs. ]1 rain and sand damage to their i AIR CONDITIONERS FOR THE HOME

I BFORT No stooping, bending or kneeling. You can cut G. W. Brown and son. Bill all of j[ furniture. rugs and drapes '
(' with the end of this improved bow saw in "hardto Tallahassee; Mr and Mrs. Richard'i only covered if they had wind- g: S AIR CONDITIONERS FOR STORES, ETC.

jei" placet. Lessens fatigue. Thede Mrs. J. C. Adkins, Mr. and i storm insurance on their

Yd Mrs. J. G. Smith and Mrs. Fred household goods as well as or: Making Machines for Restaurants, Motels, and Business Establishments and the YORKAIRE HOME HEATING
you'll cut better easier ia iraall
more economically
Guy of Gainesville: Mrs.V.. H. the home itself?
;timber or pulpwood ith McCulloch's new Plunge Cut Bow. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Edward AND COOLING UNITS "Year Round Comfort at the Flick of a Switch.
.tillable! for Models }), 47 and 430. I
Edwards. Laurie Edwards and Mr. I

\ MtCvJ/och/ Sows /.o.b. lot Angeles bill e
0 0 and Mrs. Ray Stone
start or .. I7 Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan spent '
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Saturday and Sunday in Savannah.Ga. & Son Agency CHASI C. SHEPHERD RADIO TV

FLORIDA SAW COMPANY .. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Spencer ,

2727 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville, Fla. Lyles. I Phone 13 Starke, Fla 307 West Call Street Starke, Florida

-And- Mr. and Mrs. J. 3!. Edwards and :

1927 N. Marion St. Phone 1675 Lake City, Fla. daughters Diane and Gayle spent l'l'j-j .
the weekend at Daytona Beach. .. p ",:::. ../ .:.. __ : __ _'...._:.:.- -:.:-:: -. ;__- -_ _' _' '_. _. :: .-_", -.-. '_ :.. : ., :' '_._::;:: .'.:' -o;: .-Z--:::: 'f-4.. :::! :"_,? ::..7- ":.'::::..:--O-, ,:;;;;'_.:;::: :: -:;___." 4 -...
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,YYYYTYYYYYYYYYTTYYYTTTT I Insurance Company. of the survey line of State Road I 28 min., 07 sec. East 30 feet to the Is owned by: 1* A.: Davis and his ing- to
"southwe8tPassage"Plays I, 100, Section 2832, said survey line Point of Beginning of the parcel I wife Lee Perryman Davis. Book "E"plat recorded in Plat County, Florida, at a point 18* 56
Parcel >o. 13 Right of Way being described as follows: beginning of land hereinafter described, run page 171 Public Records feet Easterly from the Southwest
Next Week I That part of: on the Northeasterly extensionof thence North 89 degrees. 23 mm., 07 of Bradford County, FlorIda corner of Lot D of said Block 24,
LONG BRANCH Lots C and D of Block :24! of the East line of Block 25 of the sec. East 20 feet, run Northwester Parcel No. &S Right of Way described as, Containing: 265 square feet n.orc
JOHNS Addition to Starke Original Town' of Starke, Florida ly 22.36 feet to the East right of That part of: Beginning at the Northeast corner or less exclusive of existing; btreetor
At Park Theatre I, Florida, according to plat recorded according to plat recorded in Plat way line of said State Road 100. East 83 feet of Lot 2. Block 28 of Lot I of said Flock 2, run thence Road right cf vray.
in Plat Book L I'age 629 Book "N", page 759 public records Section 2802: as described in "A" of the Original Town of Starke Westerly along the North line of Is owned by: Carl Johns and wife
by Sirs. J. L. Stricklandand stars at the Park I I public Records of Bradford of Bradford County, Florida, at a above at a point 10 feet North 2 de- Florida according to plat recorded said Lot 1 a distance of 5 feet run Thelma Redgrave Johns.Parcel
Rod Cameron point 28.61 feet in Plat Book "N" thence Southeasterly 7 feet
County, Florida Northeasterly from grees. 54 mm.. 53 sec. West from page more or
: Theatre Sunday. Monday, and I lyingVe.t of and within JO feet of the Northeast corner of said Block the Point of Beginning. run thence 759 Public Records of Bradford less to the East line of said Lot 1 :>u. fJUlItt'e, WayA
100 25. run thence North 72 degree County. Florida, at a point 5 feet Southerly from
line of State Road 3d Seutb 2 degrees. 54 mm.. 53 "1','. 1.
the B1'tkI
survey of land in Lot
parcel I
Tuesday in "Southwest Passage.; Section 2S02 said survey line being nun., 31 sec. West 417.53 feet.. run East 10 feet to the Point of Beginning lying South of and within iO feet the Point of Beginning run thence of WTNX-S Addition : acioril .
The story takes place iU tfcl I described as follows; thence North 72:! degrees, 03 mm., ; Containing 100 square feet. of the survey line of State Road 100 Northerly along the East line of ing to plat recorded in Plat
We attended Sunday School and I Beginning on Easterly extension of 01 sec. West to the Northeasterly Is owned by: A. N. Ilulliday and Section 2802 said survey line being said Lot 1 a distance of 5 feet to Book "E" IiI Public\ nt--
Southwestern part of the Unite I the South line of Lot D, of Block extension of the West line of Block Hope Holliday his wife. described as follows the Point of Beginning. page Florida .
ords of Pradford
church at Maxville and were proudof County -
where Cameron is try"1 :24 of s-aid JOH-tS Addition at a 23 of said Original Town of Subject to: Mortgage to F. F. I Beginning on the Northeasterly extension Containing 10 square feet more or described
our attendance which was 87 in States 186.56 feet Easterly from the Florida, at a point 29.70 feet Flume. of the East line of Block I less. as.:
point at the Northwest c.'rnt'rof
i to establish a shorter trail if Southwest corner of said Lot D, run easterly from the Northwest Starke'l 25 of the Original Town of Starke. I I Is owned by: Eustis I. McKnight Beginning
Lot 1 of said Block UuiurEasterly
School. Rev. Taggart was of said Block 28 and wife Arlin 1. run
Sunday tht'DI'1'orth 2 degrees, 54 mm., 53 Parrrl No. 1u1 llitrh Easement Florida according to plat recorded McKnight.
using along the North l.nf >f
absent and T. M. Knight deliveredthe Southern California by sec West 64.68 feet to the beginning Containing 268 square moreor Lateral Ditch. Hitb of Mntiou in Plat Book "N". page 758! Public I I Subject Mortgage: held by T. H. said Lot I a distance of 5 fee;; run<
camels in the Great America-i of a curve concave to the less exclusive of street or road I Records of FTadford County Florida McNeill and Wife Tabitha Mc eilL
f1Oj,1I9 (Part) thence feet
Southwesterly 14 >re
right of i."
message Sunday morning and Southwest having a radius of 286.- way. at a point 28.61 feet Northeasterly line
Is owned by: The unknown heirs J That of: Parcel .. or less to the West of sad 1.t
Desert. } 479 feet, run thence Northwesterly part from the Northeast corner of > 01 Right of Way
we must say he gave us a good notorious along .aId curve through a total devisees and grantees of RIll C'ar- West 20 feet of South 100 feet said Block 25. run thence North 72 A parcel I of land described as: 1 at a point HI feet Southerly! f.mtht'
and something to think Cameron is fooled by a central angle of 69 degrees, 43 mm., antzas, deceased, Rose Ederle and of Block 9 of Gaskins Additionto degrees, 38 mm., 31 sec. West 417.53 Beginning at the Northeastern corner point of beginning run tht [I,.'"
message outlaw, and he believes the ou; 38 sec. a distance of 348.64 feet to her husband R. A. Ederle. the City of Starke, Florida feet run thence North 72 degrees, of COrtiT and MADISON::' Northerly: along the West line 'f
about on through the week and on I the end of said curve run thence according to plat recorded in 03 mm.. 01 sec West to the Northeasterly Streets in the Town' of Starke. Flor- said Lot 1 a distance of 10 ft.t T..i
law to be a doctor. In their struggle North 72 degrees, 38 mm., 31 sec. Fared No. 2T Right of Way Plat Hook "J" page 147, public extension of the West line ida as shown on plat recorded in the Point of Bt'ginning'nta: ::
through life. to cross the desert, the outhjv West 101.IS feet to the Northerly (A) That part of a parcel of land records of Bradford County. of Block 28 of said Original Town Plat Book "N" page 759 Public Records Is square owned feet by:more A. B.or less.Baker and
understand there is to be a extension of the West line of Block described as: Florida. ALSO. of Starke. Florida at a point 29.70 of Pradford Count Florida,
We is exposed by his sweetheart, Joaine Addition at a (A) A parcel of land described as: wife Ruth Baker.
24 of said JOHNS Beginning at a point 40 feet I. feet Northeasterly from the Northwest run thence Easterly along the North
teacher included in the 28.83 feet Northerly from tbeorth".t'l5t Kast of which is Beginning at SE corner of SW% of of said line of Madison Subject to: Mortgage held by Burlington -
music before he administers to point a point lui corner Block 28, Street 18 feet to a Hank, ,
Dru. 6 South, Saving a Mutual Saying
Section 29, Township -
Maxville :\ corner of said Block 24, feet South of Northwest cornf'r'of XEli, Containing: 118! square feet moreor point on a curve concave to the
quorum of teachers of the a man bitten by a Gila monster. Containing 0.842 acres more or SWVt ef SEt Section 28. Range 22 East running North 2 degrees less, exclusive of street or road Northeast having a radius of 33.5 Bank. Burlington, Vermont.

school this term. We feel that in the territory are less exclusive of existing road rightof Township 6 South. Range 22 West 326 feet to a stake on right of way. feet. run thence Northwesterly
The Apaches, East and thence North edge of a certain ditch thence said TAKE NOTICE That a Declaration -
way; run South 90 Is owned by: H. II. Adams and along curve a distance of
this is a great help to any schoolor first fooled by the camels, thinking ALSO: feet thence East 215 feet thence South 88 7'8 degrees West 813 feet wife Norma Jean Adams. 35.66 feet more or less to the East of Taking has been filed in
parcel of land in Southeast North 90 feet thence Vest thence South 2 degrees East 326 line of Court the above styled by the -
community for our young When they A 215 Subject to: Mortgage held by Gulf Street at a point 30 cause petitioner
they are Gods. corner of Lot D of Block 24 of feet to the Point of Beginning feet to South boundary of SW'4 ofNE',4 Life: Insurance Company.Parrrl feet Northerly from the point of the acquiring authority of
people to learn music as well as find one of the camels dead, they said JOHNS Addition described lying East of and within :30 feet of Section 29, thence North 88 beginning run thence Southerly these proceedings, of the taking of
East 813:! feet to Point
as follows: the survey line of State Road 100 '7/8 degrees :So. CO .f along the East line of Court Street the above described lands for the
other subjects. attack the caravan. Beginning on the South line of Lot Section 2S02, said survey line being of Beginning; That part of: Rigbt: Way 30 feet more or less to the point of purpose set forth in the petition

Kathlene and Janet Lang spent The picture is based upon Capt. D. Block 24 of aid JOHNS Westerly Additionat from described as follows: Beginning on ALSO A, parcel(B) of land described as. We.t 22 feet of Lot 1 and East beginning. in this ,'ause"ia: right o' way,
feet the
15.57 Southeasterly extension of
Beale's'at- a point said Lot the Beginning at the SE corner of SW14, 35 feet of Lot 2 of Block 2S of Containing 170 square feet moreor drainage ditches borrow pits. bor-
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.It Edward Fitzpatrick the Southeast corner of South line of Lot 'D"of Block 24 I less.
pit drains and haul roads,
the Town row
54 of NE14 of Section 29. Town- Original of Starke,
North 2 degrees of Johns Addition
Ernie Padgett in Jacksonville.We tempt to blaze a short rout to 1run mm.. 53 thence sec. West 15 feet run Starke Florida according to City to plat of 'ship 6 South Range 22 East Florida according to plat recorded wife Is owned Lois Peek by: Perryman.E. K. Perryman and a portion of Slate Road No. li'0,
21.21 feet recorded I and measuring Northward on in Plat Book "N", page in Bradford County. Florida. and
importing thence Southwesterly in Plat Book "L" 629
are sorry that Mrs. Hardy California in 1857 by more or less to the South line of Public Records of Bradford page County said East boundary line 326 feetto 759 Public Records of Bradford that one of the Judges of the Circuit -

unable to attend camels from North Africa. I said Lot D. at a point 15 feet West- Florida, at a point 1S6.56 feet a beginning point running thence County Florida. Parrrlo.. n night .f Way Court in the Eighth Judicial
Padgett was erly from the Southeast corner of Southeasterly from the Southwest North on saul East boundary 786 lying South of and within 30 feet That part of a parcel of land described Circuit of Florida will on the 30 day
church Sunday.Mr. Eighth said Lot D, run thence Easterly corner of Lot "1)" of IJlock 24 of feet thence West 896 feet thence of the survey line of State Road I as: of August A.D. HI".. at 10-00 A.M
IB The Circuit Court Of The 1 along said South line 15 feet to said Johns' Addition, run thence South 786 feet, thence East S96 feet 100, Section 2802. said survey line Beginning on the East line of o'clock in the forenoon thereof in
: and Mrs. Robert Martin and Judicial Circuit Im Amd For IIradf the Point of Beginning. North 2 degrees, 54 min.. 53 sec. to the Point of Beginning, being described as follows: Water Street 320 feet North of Circuit Court Chambers in Bradford -
the weekend with r' C nmtr. Florida. Containing 13S square feet moreor West 64,68 feet to the beginning ofa lying each side of and within 20 Beginning on the Northeasterly extension the intersection of Laura Street County Court House at Starke.
family spent Law No. less. curve concave to the Southwest feet of a Ditch centerline said Ditch of the East line of Block and Water Street according to Florida consider said Declaration
Robert's grandparents. 1:111:' Is owned by: G. P. Raymond and having a radius of 2S6.479 feet, run ,centerline being described as follows 25 of the Original Town of Starke. Plat recorded in Plat Book 2, of Taking appoint appraisers alI
PRADFORD COUNTY ) wife Ethel Raymond. thence Northwesterly along said : : Florida according to plat recorded Page 11, Public Records of make such orders as the Court deems
Marion Wilkinson and family, FLORIDA a political ) Subject to: Mortgage held by Gulf curve through a total central angleof Commencing!' on the West line of in Plat Book "N", page 759 Public Bradford County. Florida, run proper. All parties to the suit and
also Jimmie Wilkinson spent the subdivision of the Stateof ) Life Insurance Company. 69 degrees. 43 min., 38 sec. a N\VU of SEs of Section 29, Township Records of Bradford County, Florida thence North along the East all parties Interested may appear
Florida ) distance of 34864 feet to the end 6 South Range 23 East at a at a point 28.61 feet Northeasterly line of said Water Street 75 and be heard at the time and place
weekend with their parents, Mr. Petitioner ) Parrrl No. 21 Might of Way tf said curve run thence North 72 point 884.41 feet Northerly from the from the Northeast cornerof feet thence East 295 feet designated.
) Notice Of jThat part of a parcel of land described degrees, 38 min., 31 nee West Ul.ig Southwest corner of NW of SEU said Block 25. run thence North thence South parallel to East You. and each of you. are hereby
and Mrs. Jack Wilkinson. They ... ) as: feet to the Northeasterly extensionof of said Section 29, run thence North 72 degrees 38 mm., 31 sec. West line of Water Street 75 feet commanded to appear by filing an
also attended church at Maxville ) Rale NUIK. Beginning on the East line of the West line of Block 24 of said 89 degrees, 11 min. 29 sec. East 417.53 feet run thence North 72 degrees thence West 295 feet to the answer to the petition heretoforefiled
feet North John's 944.90 feet to the POINT OF PE 03 min., 01 West Point of
PERRYMAet ) WATER Street 100 Addition at a point 28.83 feet sec. to the Beginning, in this in the entitled
with us. We are proud to state F.. I of the Northeast intersectionof Northerly from the Northwest corner GINNING of DITCH CENTERLINE, Northeasterly extension of the West lying East of and within 30 feet of cause of
before the 30th
folks fail alf Defendants ) LAURA Street and WATER of said Block 24, run thence North 0 degrees. 48 min.. line of Plock 28 of said Original the survey line of State Road 100, court on or day
that these never 1954, to show what right,
young Street in the City of Starke. Containing 18.9 square feet more 31 sec. West 40 feet, run thence Town of Starke. Florida at a point Section 2802. said survey line being September
to attend church when they are Do'm ala.l'rocnll- Florida, according to plat recorded or less, exclusive of existing streetor North 6 degrees, 33 min., 31 sec. 29.70 feet Northeasterly from the described as follows: title interest or liens you, or any
EmlarM in of the
\otlce Of in Plat Book 2. page road right of way; ALSO, West 95 feet, run thence North 0 Northwest corner of said Block 28. Beginning on the Westerly extension of you, have and to any
home. I.al -_ _un STY ,AI., .I'uu"..I1;" flWt....; .. .'tr.ifnri._-.-.- I (B) A parcel of land described as degree. 07 min., 29 sec. East 165 Containing 55 square feet more or of the North line of Block 4 above described lands' and show
Jim Strickland went to the IN THE SAME AND THE IH STATE'UU. ""w OF- County, Florida, run thence follows: feet, run thence North 3 degrees. 31 less exclusive of street or road of said CITY PARK Subdivision ata cause why the same should not betaken
I THORITY OF North along the East line of !Commencing at the Southeast corner min.. 29 sec. East 181 feet, run right of way. point 117.70 feet Westerly from for the uses and purposes set
Duval Medical center cancer and FLORiDA Concern, and said Water Street 220 feet. of Lot "D" Block 24 of John's thence North 21 degrees, 16 min.. 31 Is owned by Sun Seal Laborator- the Northeast corner of Lot I of forth in the petition filed herein.
tumor clinic and had two can To All Whom It May having to thence East %95 feet, thence Addition to Starke, Florida according Sec.Vest 1122 feet run thence iI'''. Incorporated. said hock 4, run thence North 2 WITNESS my hand and the seal
to all persons and parties interest. South parallel to East line of to plat recorded in Plat Book North 89 degrees 23 min., 31 sec. i Subject to: Mortgage held by Gulf degrees. 20 min. 31 sec. West 21.79 of said Court on this 19th day of
cers removed. He has gone back claiming any right title Water Street. 220 feet, thence "L"' page 629 Public Records of West 570.65 feet, run thence South Life Insurance Company. feet run thence North 2 degrees August. A t)., 1954.
to or
to have estate. mortgage or other West to the Point of Beginning, 'Bradford County, Florida run thence 45 degrees, 36 min 29 "E'<'. West 54 min., 53 sec. Wet 523.75 feet to CHARLES A. DARBY,
week of 'I
again this some more on those certain parcels .'lying East of and within 30 feet South 71 degrees, 54 min., 53 sec. 126.35 feet to the end of said Ditch\ I Part'f'10.. M Right of WayA the Easterly extension of the South Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford

work done. We hope he soon gets land hereinafter described and the 'I of the survey line of State Road 100, East 16.56 feet run thence North Centerline, parcel of land in Lot 1, Block line of Mock :24 of JOHN'S Addi- : County, Florida.
following persons together with all ,Section 2802, said survey line being 2 degrees 54 min., 53 !.t'<'. West 3.46 Containing 1.051 acres more or ::: of WYNNS ADDITION to the tion according to Plat Book L, Page' Hollis V Knight County Attorney.
rid of all of these cancers and nknown persons claiming by, described as follows: Beginning on I feet run thence North 89 degree, less. T"w n of Starke. Florida accord- 629, Public Records of Bradford Starke Florida S/20 4/t 9/10

other ailments that keep him feel- through or under known person who l the Westerly extension of the North
are dead or who are not known to line of Iflock 4 of said CITY PARK
ing so badly. be dead or alive; Subdivision at a point 117.70 feet ,
Well haven't been able to NAMES ADDRESSE AND RESPECTIVE Westerly from the Northeast cor-
I .
PLACES OF RESIDENCE : ner of Lot 1 of said Block 4, run "" ( .". .
find any more skunks but a squir : hence North 2 degrees 20 min., :31 \ p fl I
101.('. West 21.79 feet. run thence .: :
rel came to rob us of some of our E. K. Ferryman North 2 degrees, 54 min., 53 """.

pecans. Jim saw him, told me Starke. Florida West 523.75 feet to the Easterly extension -1
of the South line of Block qfY rSi
there was a squirrel, and I naturally Lois Peek Perryman 24 of Johns Addition according to

had to grab my old rusty shot Starke, FloridaL. plat Book 1, Page 629. Public Rec-I L'y'
ords of Bradford County, ,
gun and take off! By the timeI A. Davis at a point 168.56 feet Easterly from '

the back with the Starke. FloridaLee the Southwest corner of Lot D of i :
: got.onto porch I said Block 24, ) 'f' :
andI Containing 0.050 acres more or -.
gun the squirrel was leaving Perryman DavIS -
Florida ess. exclusive of Street or Road : <'.. ;.:':",.,
didn't see him. I dashed out into Starke, :
right; of way. .:
the back yard to find him, was ,Gary EnnU Is owned by: Minnie L Redgrave ) I P
Thelma R. Jwhns and her ,47
a widow
Willow -"t.
out there looking with all eyes 908 Tampa So., Florida husband Carl Johns, Nellie V. Martinez : pa 1
and her husband Joe Martinez
when I heard door '
though a car Ennis Lula R. Torode and her husband te1/
Neva S.
fclam. Looked toward the gate 908 So. Willow Ave. Edwin Torede, Chert M. Redgrave, t \l
Florida a minor and J. H. Redgraxe, Jr., r $
and sure enough there was a Tampa, a minor. '

strange man. By that time I Pete Carantzas as personal representative I
of the Estate of Bill Car- Parcel :\o. :23 Right of May
heard the squirrel jump looked antzas, deceased That part of a parcel of land described \

back and there he was on a limb' Jacksonville. Florida Beginning as: 210 feet South of

looking at me, just waiting for Rose Ederle Northwest corner of SW% of
SEli 6f Section 28. Township 6
me to leave so he could go back Starke, Florida South, Range 22 East run South PIb\\ p

105 feet, East 420 feet, run
and thos nuts. I
harvest green R. A. EderleStarke
West 420 ;
North li5 feet run I
couldn't resist the tempatation, so FloridaA. feet to the Point of Peginning. :
,lying East of and within 30 feet of
1 had no more than seen Mr. Squirrel N. Holliday the survey line of State Road 100. "

until my old trusty gun wentto Starke, Florida Section 2802. said survey line being h
described as follows: Beginning on ,
my stiouldre and the squirrel Hope Holliday also known as Hope the Westerly extension of the North 55 '-
down Haynes Holliday line of Block 4 of said CITY PARK > V
came t Starke, FloridaF.
Subdivision at a point 117.70 feet
There were two of the men butI Westerly from the Northeast cer- 1.
F. Flume N ner of LOT 1 of said Block 4, run :
didn't see but one until after I Starke. Florida thence North 2 degrees, 20 min., 31 .

had shot the squirrel and broughtit ec. West 21.79 feet, run thence
Hope :McT Haynes North 2 degrees, 54 min.. 53 see
to the house. They hadn't come Starke, Florida West 52J.75: feet to the Easterly extension -
of the South line of Block I
the afraid that
into yard probably
O. 1... Haynes. Jr. 24 of Johns Addition according to
wild gun wielding woman would Starke FloridaMildred Plat Book L. Page 629, Public Records -
of Bradford County, }Florida at
turn that gun toward them. Scott Haynes a point 186.54 feet Easterly from

Well, they teased Jim and me Starke, Florida the Southwest corner of Lot D of
said Clock 24.Containing .
about the woman in this house Carl Johns ._ 185 square feet moreor
Starke, Florida less exclusive of existing Streetor
knowing how to use a gun. They
Road right of way;
should see a hawk come down Thelma Redgrave Johns ALSO,
Starke. Florida i of land described
A parcel as
when the gun fires, or a rabbit or fallows:

coon fall on the run. All of these Nellie V. Martinez Beginning on the South line of
Starke, FloridaJoe South Street at a point 0.57 feet
things happen here on this farm Easterry from the intersection of

so the squirrel incident didn't mean :Martinez the East line of Water Street and
Starke, Florida the South line of said South Street,
much here. After all, it as sit- said Street being shown on Plat recorded : '.

ting still and a perfect shot. The Eustis L. :McKnight ...".* In Plat Book 2, page 11, Public ,
Starke, Florida Records of Bradford County,
same woman can shoot them off Florida, run thence South 2 degrees. t
Arlin L McKnight 54 min.. 53 st'<'. East 10 feet, run -.
of the limb when they are running,
Starke, Florida thence Northeasterly feet moreor ',
\ *
less, to the South line of saidSouth :-
and that same woman has been -- ,
T. H. McNelll Street at a point 26 feet fl
knocked over by Jim's old 36-inch 301 W. Magnolia St Easterly from the Point of Begin I

barrel 12-gauge shot gun too! New Smyrna Beach Florida ning. run thence Westerly along -'
said South line 20 feet te the Pointof
But she still hasn't sense enough to Tabitha MeNeill Beginning a 5. \

301 W. Magnolia St. Containing 100 square feet:
atop the shooting! Even at skunks!
New Smyrna lleach, Florida Is owned by Hope McL. Haynef.a .
Our first P.T.A. meeting of the widow. Hope Haynes Holliday and
G. P. Raymond her husband A. N. Holliday; Georgia '
school year will be at the Clay Starke, Florida Haynes Scanlan and her husband TRY THESE PARTY
Hill School house next Tuesday eve- J. A. Scanlan. and O. It Hay :
Ethel Raymond nes. Jr. and his wife .Mildred Scott
ning at 7:30. All are invited to tarke, Florida Haynes. t

attend, and all members are urgedto Gulf Life Insurance Co. of DELICIOUS WITH
Parrrl Ao. 44 Right Way .
be present as we have some important Gulf Building .- That part of:
Jacksonville, lots 1 and 2 of Block 25 of the
business.H. I Original Town of Starke, Flor-

C. Long and Mrs. Kearns L. Redgrave a widow ida according to Plat recorded COKEcold
Starke. Florida
in Plat Rook "N" page 759. Public Coke
will speak for us on the work of Record of Bradford County,
.( ht'rl M. Redgrave a minor I Florida
the P.T.A. and school work in ,
on Starke. Florida lying South of and within 30 feet of
J. H. Redgrave, Jr., a minor
general. We are sure you will the survey line of State Road 100.
tar" Florida Section %80%, said survey line being
not regret attending, so as the oldsaying described as follows: Beginning on
ONE COME Georgia Haynes Scanlan the Northeasterly extension of the
goes-COME ('/0 Major J. A. Scanlan East line of Block 25 of the Original PIlZAlETTO-On muffin
ALL! Lets see what Clay Hill can Station Complement Town of Starke. Florida accord- English
Vint Hill Farms Station ing to plat recorded in Plat Book
do to help the school and community Warren ton, Virginia "'s", page 759 Public Records of halves, place sliced cheese and .

in general! Bradford County. Florida at a point tomato. Sprinkle with grated
Major J. A. &anlan 28.61 feet Northeasterly from the _
Station ComplementVint .Northeast corner of said Block 25. Parmesan cheese salt
Hill Farms StatlomWarrenton thence North min: onion, ,
72 38
--- ---- run degrees.
= A hostess servesvKat
ryvvvvvvTvyvvvvT Virginia I :31 i'ec.'est 417.53 feet, run thence pepper. Scatter small bits of bacon good guests
North 72 degrees, 03 mm., 01 sec.Vest .
,1 Harry E. Tucker -- \ to the Northeasterly extension over Bake at 450 for I F'
STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Starke Florida ...._-ii 1 l of the West line of Block 28 of top. like best and everywhere .
said ,
Original Town of Starke, Florida S to 1 10 minutes.
'Annette L. Tucker at a point 29.70 feet Northeast
I i iStarke, Florida erly from the Northwest corner of EEj : "
said Block 28.Containing that's Coca-Cola with its can't-be- tt
'!Lula. R. Torode I';"Bdiarke 365 square feet more
Mrs. L. Durden returned home
Florida or less, exclusive of existing streetor I :
last Thursday after a lengthy visit road right of way.
Edwin Torod Is owned by: Gary Ennis and his matched flavor. Coke adds to the IQ1.L

in Baltimore, Md. Enroute home Starke, FloridaDr. wife Neva S. Ennis. 6

she toured of the sights in .
II. II. Adams Part>.' ,41. S3 Right of Way life of the and there's
Washington.Mr. Starke, Florida That part of: party,
Lot 2 of Block! 27 of the Original -
and :Mrs. Robert B. Edwardsof
Norma Jean Adams Town. <>f Starke. Florida according -

Jacksonville spent Labor Day Starke Florida to. Plat recorded in Plat nothing as delicious to go with a /
Book "N page 759, public records -
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Run Seal Laboratories Inc. of Bradford County Flori- ,

Feagle. Saturday, the Feagles and Starke. FloridaA. dalying .
South of the within 30 feet SUPERFRAHKS-Jnto slit frank hot snack. So easy to serve, too. .
Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Milo B. Baker and wife Ruth Baker in
Seigler and children enjoyed a Starke Florida furter, stuff mixture of sharp tii' : ', -

picnic at Gold Head Branch State Burlington Saving Bank, a :Mutual cheese minced olives seasoned ice cold, in the bottle. r .
BankBurlington ,
Saving '
Collins, Mrs. Feagle and the Ed- VermontSCCSIOR Wash Your Clothes
'I to taste with mustard and Wor %
Park On Monday Mrs. M. J. '
2S02-107 State Road No. 'Cestershire. franks with'bacon.
9 Pounds Wrap
wards enjoyed an outing at Kings- 100 Bradford CountyParrel ,

ley Lake. :\u. 7 Hight of Way Heat under broiler, 8 /

Sunday Mrs. Albert Yarbroughand That Lots part "A"of: and "B" of Block Z5 I For 40c! minutes one side, 5 on other.

of Johns Addition to Starke. I I '
children of Gainesville pickedup Florida, according to plat recorded Serve in buns '
Mrs. E. J. Yarbrough and they in Flat Book "L," page | FREE Bleach If Desired! p
69. Public Records of Bradford
attended a surprise birthday partyin County Florida | 0j

Starke, honoring Mrs. Yar- lying west of and within 30 feet Ii
of the survey line of State Road
We Will
brough's brother, R. R. Prevatt. 100. Section %SO%. said survey line j,

Week en" guests of Mrs. L L. ning being on described the Easterly as follows extension: Begin of Dry Your Clothes j

Wainwright and children at Kings the South line of Block 35 of said "
Johns Addition at a point 18." feet For 20c
ley Lake were Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Easterly from the Southeast corner

, Tracker and children of Gainesville. of said Block 35, run thence North I la New Automatic Driers! t
' t degree. 54 miD. 53 sec West .
Visiting on Monday were Mr. and 256.57 feet to the Easterly extension .

Mrs. Carl T. Edwards and small of said of the John Seuth Addition line of at Block a point 24 0 OTtlfD UNDtl AUIHOlItt Of IHI COCA-COl COMrANt IT I

daughter also of Gainesville.Mr. 16.56 feet Easterly' from the South
east corner of raid Block 24 The VasheteriaAve. / COLA BOTTLING COMPANY !
and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley Containing 0.036 acres, more or -

:and son Skipper of Jacksonville, less exclusive of existing Etreet or

spent Saturday and Siyiday with Rbad Is owned right of by way.: Harry E. Tucker 1 A, Sdtrka "hi... e ..._'11 ..CI'f". "SI. 'Ill cc:' Cdl* COaMKTIlRADFOBD

Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Collins. and ife Annette L. Tuefcer. 1 -
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Church of God rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTfTTM' Durban. and children of Jacksonville visit- CWO J. C. Stephens I ination shooting conducted

Sunday guests of the L. H. ed Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starling throughout the state. He Is a pla-

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning LAWTEY\ Futches included Mrs. Loca Whitte Saturday.Mr. Wins Carbine Match toon leader in Company B. Camp

and Miss Dora Johnson of Lake and Mrs. U. L. McKinney. Blanding.
Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- Chief Warrant Officer John C.
I Butler. Huey Crosby and mother, Lonrile Edwards, and Lee Ed-
ning Service 7:45: p.m., Y.P.E. by L. II. Futoh Mrs. Mazel Carlton of Brooker, wards, all of Fairbanks, Ga., visit- Stephens of Camp Blanding, scored I ALL TYPES OF

Service Wednesday 7:45: p.m., and '& and Mr. and Mrs. Lane M. Goodson ed Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney 177 points to win an N. R. A.

Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m., &AA&&A&&I and small son, Darry, of Ft. Ben-I Monday afternoon.Carl Bronze Medal in the National : PEST CONTROL

Lacey ning, Ga. Wynn of Starke and Mrs. Guard Carbine Match of the 1954
I Presbyterian ChurchSunday Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn family of Indian Rock Beach spent Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Jr.!'Will Melton and son Jean, and her : TERMITES
Methodist ChurchSunday. I the weekend with his parents Mr. National Rifle Matches held re-
ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo of St. Augustine Beach spent the!I grand-children, Arthur and Car-

Sept. 12: 9:15 am. -- : Sept. 12: 9:45 a.m. ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m. and Mrs. C. R. Crews. Miss Hilda weekend with his parents. Little line, all of Waldo, were Friday cently at Camp Perry, Ohio. I Household Commercial

, Church School; 11 aJn. Morning !Sunday School; 11 a.m. Mom- I' Crews who had spent the returned summer Rickey Roberts returned home guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- Nearly 850 rifle enthusiastsfrom GROVE SPRAYINGCall

I Worship; topic, "Sins of the ng i Worship Service, "Our Church of Christ vacation also.with Other her brother in the with his parents on Sunday p.m. Kinney. all segments of the Armed for estimate
home guests
Disposition"; 5:20: p.m. Recrea !ship with God"; 6 p.m. Youth Fellowship Corner 10th and MoMahoa Crews home during the weekend after having spent the past week Colen M. Ratliff. who is in the Forces, police officers throughout \ Florida Pest Control
with his grandparents. Navy and is stationed at Norfolk.
the U. S., and
FellowshipSupper civilian
6:15 -
tion Time; pan. I Joe Harden and
and CalvinI I Preaching A. M. and 7:31: included their son, Glenn and a Va., spent the weekend with his the & Chemical Co.
Intermediates petitors participated in matches. !
for I Pace, hosts; 7:30 p.m. Evening friend who are stationed with the
P.M. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rat-
Worship rYTTTTTTTTTTTYTYTYTTTTTT1 Stephens won a spot as a 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6035
6:45 I
Seniors; p.m. I'Worship Service, "The Blessings I U. S. Marines at Miami; Rev. Al- liff.
Service for MYF Groups; 7:30 p.m.'(>f Cooperative Work". Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud bert Glover of Green Cove on Sat- ber of the squad representing the I Gainesville, !la.I .
each Wednesday 730P. M. I GRAHAM Navy and stationed at New York. Florida National Guard after elim-
Preaching Service. j Monday, 8 p.m. Joint Meeting I urday afternoon: and Elma Crews Johnny Lefewis, who is in the I I

Monday; 9:30 a.m. WSCS (>f Elders and Deacons. St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. and Miss Shirley MacDonald of is spending a short time with his oL -

Prayer Group; 7:30: p.m. Circle 4' Tuesday, 8 p.m. The Circlesof Starke on Sunday for dinner. Mrs. John McKianeyAAAAALAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAA parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Lefewis.

will meet In the Educational Build- the Women of the Church will Raymond E. MacBlaln Mrs. Hattie Darley. Miss Sinia Mrs. Lee Thomas of Jacksonville

ing with Mrs. Howard Mayer and ,'meet Circle 1 with Mrs. David Schedule of Services Prescott, and their brother, Lonnie visited with her sister and brother-
Mrs. L. C- Hinson Jr. Montgomery, and Circle 2 with SUNDAYS Prescott and his son. Vaughn, A large crowd attended the in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jones : I
Homecoming Day Sunday at the
Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Bible .Mrs. John Mixon.Wednesday. 9:45: a.m., Church School 11 spent Sunday and Monday with Baptist Church. last Wednesday.

i Study and Prayer. 7:30 p.m. Prayer :the Richard Bennett family in Day-
a.m. Moraine! PraYer & Sermon: Rev. Kenneth Webb and children'
Youth Meeting 8 Adult Choir I tona. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Miles I We wish to announce to the people of Starke and
Thursday: 6:30: p.m. ; p.m. I" 6:30: p.m., Young People's Serv c-f I Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Tracy StarsIn : 3

I Choir Rehearsal; 7:30: p.m. Practice. ice League. and children also spent the week- John Moody over the weekend.Mr. .
surrounding that
'Broken Lance'At : area we are now operating the
Chancel Choir Rehearsal. Thursday, 3:30: p.m. Junior HOLY COMMUNION end there with Mrs. Miles daughter and Mrs. John McKinneyand

Choir Practice. 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- Mrs. Bobby Bennett, and fam- children visited their son and Florida Theatre C: Gulf Service Station formerly known as Broad-
Thursday Sept. 16, 7:00 p.m. ily. We hear that the two groups
At The TabernacleI day 7:30 daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O.
I Men of the Curch Supper. a.m.FRIDAY got together on Labor Day for an L. McKinney, Saturday night at Spencer Tracy stars in a rugged, :. way's Service Station.

An illustrated Bible ball game, 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. old fashioned fish fry and had a Fairbanks, Ga. I outdoor, adventure picture, "Broken .

,I presented- Mr. Mr. Quigley, was enjoyed Christian ChurchBible 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. grand time. They all returned to Mrs. Forest Reynold of Jacksonville I Lance," playing Sunday, Mon- : PAUL FAULKNER IRENE FAULHNERFAULKNER'S :
Lawtey Monday evening.Mr. day, and Tuesday at the Florida .
in the Saturday night meet- is spending a few days with .
School 9:45: a. m. Wor- and Mrs. C. F. Richards of Theatre. The western is portrayed
ing led by W. B. McKinney, at the St. Edward's Church her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
ship Service 11 a. m. and 8 p. Jackson, S. C. spent from Fridayto moved .through dramatic Cinemascope SERVICE STATION
Tabernacle. references were I Abernathy. They have
Apt m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. Monday with their daughter, photography.The .
given for each phase of the game. day 8 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and Mrs. Preston Green, and family. Mrs. Abernathy back home. movie provides plenty of excitement .

The speaker emphasized the fact Minister.the 8:30: a. m.Children's. I Little Benny Green and his uncle, Rev. Burton of Keystone in the quarrel between : Temple Ave. Phone 245 Starke. Fla
that life resembels a ball game in 11 I .
Class section
Saturday Heights visited in our over
I Frank Albert Richards went home cattle ranchers and copper miners. r .
that all are seeking the home-base .. '
and strive to make each minute things in the Christianlife a. m. !with his grandparents for a visit. the weekend.Mr. Tracy and his four sons are saved \ : -. : --' : ::,:= _': := :'- ::.= :- '.: =:- :, .-/
progress Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and and Mrs. Clarence Melton from a mob of miners by ranchersand .
are the little foxes that spoil I 'c
day.The the vine, or may be the stones in (Women's Club). son( Kenneth of St. Augustine ':and children of Orlando attendedthe their Indian ranch hands who I : : -c: ': ...=:_; .: ._: --.: -, :__ -, =_ <:=: '-.': _
Sunday morning servicewas Sunday Mass 8 a. m. spent the weekend in Lawtey with Homecoming Sunday.Mr. ride up at a crucial moment.
conducted by the Sponsor, and I the building of a stalwart Chris- Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. his mother, Mrs. J. S. Shuford Sr. and Mrs. Bobble Harden- Richard Widmark, Robert Wagner OPERATED BY ALTON DOBBS

the message dealt with the small i tian life. Confessions before all :Masses. G. W. Durham of Jacksonvillewas brook and children of Jacksonville and Jean Peters co-star with

things of life -- "Jots and Tittles" A Baptismal Service was per- a business visitor to Lawteylast visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tracy in the picture. Wagner plays!

mentioned in the Bible as the most formed in the Tabernacle pool] 1 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Saturday.Mr. John Moody Sunday.Mr. I the part of Tracy's son and is the
minute characters found in the Monday afternoon by Rev. Sherwood SAINT
of Jean Peters.
and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Sr. and Mrs. H. C. Surrency of sweetheart Cook'sGrocery
Hebrew alphabet. Dotting the I's pastor of the First ChristianChurch Services each Sunday in old :Ma- : Mrs. Effie Miner, Mrs. Frank Gainesville visited here Sunday. mark also plays the role of one ofTracy's

and crossing the T's are small I and participating were twc sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday I Wells and daughters, Mary Ann Mrs. Maude Surrency was in sons.

things, but very necessary. So young girls of their Congregation. School 10 a.m., Sae.ament Service and Nina, were dinner guests of Jacksonville from Tuesday until Widmark is the oppressed son

--. -- .. 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. Mrs. W. E. Torode at her home on Thursday visiting her daughterand of a tyrannical father in the pie-I]
,', :. __ .. pu'-: :,, '. _. ._ : his scene comes''
I i Kingsley Lake Monday. son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ture, and
I HEILBRONN I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miner of Mack McKinzy.Mr. when he has command over Tracy

i i BAPTIST CHURCH j I Ii I Westconnect were Saturday guestsof and Mrs. G. W. McKinney who has suffered a stroke.
: Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- his mother, Mrs. Effie Miner. '

: ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dye and sons. NOTICE

p.m. Preaahing 7:30 p.m. Prayer I Freddie and Roger and Mr. and Xotice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold : PHONE 405

\1 Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. i Mrs. Bryan Dye and daughters, at public auction on the 13th day of September. 1S54 at City Hall Law-for j I Jax Hiway We Deliver Thurs. Afternoons
due i Open
of Florida to the amount |
County of Bradford. State pay
Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. Loreli, Shirley, and Marilyn all of tey taRs herein set opposite to the name, together with all costs of such I
REV LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor I Ft. Lauderdale were visiting their sale and adrertising. -
grandfather, A. M. Blanchard, at CITY OP IAWTEY Wr.ST OF ItUUlOtD I| MAXWELL HOUSE
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town LAWTEY, FLA. I'varying times last week. Drorription Onnrr Tr. Tasea !

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and Lot 50 x 100 ft. West of Free- i!
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek Billie, of man Register Lot in Elk 4 Geo. W. Roberts toil J24SO'.
son were dinner guests 1952 20 50 i
service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. their son James, and his wife in 1952 10.59 99c
A. E. Massey, pastor. Palatka Lot 125:! ft. x 200 ft. in Lots 5 '
on Sunday.Mr. 219 ,,
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. I Bible School-10 A. M. and Mrs. A. F. Brown were & S in Elk 4 Geo. W. Roberts 1951 1953 1952. 1.301Lot 1..0 i 1 11S31

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE delightfully! surprised Tuesday afternoon 75 ft. z 200 ft. in Lots 9 & 2.19
when Mr. Brown's son, 6 mock 4 J.; E. Wall Jr. ; WITH $5.00 ORDER
SOCIETY 19521J53 1.1o ,
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.: I Gould Brown of Oneonta, N. Y. 2 .0
Orange Park, Fla. S'i of Block !ii Geo. F. Young! Est. lIU! 220
made them.
I an unexpected call on 1950. 1 69 Package
service 11 Sun I
o. Sunday a.m.
0 __ ___ ,._. ._ _0 0 ', .0_ School 11 a.m. I Mr. Brown is a Lay Evangelist in 1951 1952; 1.69 1 -.0 GRITS S 43C
day '
.. u Wednesday Evenings-1st Wed- I his home community and was sent u;;;: i.;50;

_c.,0. ._ _._ 0'-_ .._ _.' .. by his church to Jacksonville Comm. at a point 20 ft N of cor- :
nesday each month, 8 p.m. where he is conducting revival ner of State; :St.: & Lake Ave.
Public cordially invited. Nursery and on W Fide of State St.:
Sermon Sunday Night services. & ron X. 20 ft. W 70 ft. N 20 Lb Package
I maintained for all services. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Shaw and ft. W SO ft. S 60 ft. E 30 ft. MEAL E l 5 43C
,Community Center Building, X 20 ft. E 70 ft to point of
195;; 23.50
First Church daughter, Linda, spent the week- beginning Alfonzo GrlfriiCITV
Baptist Hampton"The I Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17.VOODLAVN i
end with Mr. Shaw's parents, Mr. OF 1.WTfa"1l"T OF nULnotu !

and Mrs. J. W. Shaw in Orlando.Mr. East 5:! ft. Lot 7 S 11. Brown 191; 2.t
FOUNTAIN and the Cisterns!" \ MISSIONARY 19..2. 20; for
and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Jr.
BAPTIST CHURCH 1153 50 J ELL 0 3 23C
OR LAWTEY, FLA. of Anthony were weekend guestsof Lot 9 1trs. Cobt. Crawford 195'! U9un 1 1919ii

"The GOSPEL and the Programs"By his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dmkms % 1.50
10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Sr. Miss Adel Dinkins of Jack- 195:; lAiO
Pastor Merle Packham preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43 prayer -'son also spent Sunday and Monday North half of Lot 15 Ed Denifiel.1 195';) 4 OS 3 LB. (AN LIMIT ONE

Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Union 7:00 p.m. service, 7 o'clock song services, with her parents.The 1951 1952 .: .OJ.II

WED NIGHT "HOUR OF POWER," 8 P. :M. 7:30 evening services. Wesley Arwood family of 1'53 3.50
Lot 180 ft. x IU ft. in Lot 17 ()avid 1IcKay 1952 2,0us
This Prayer Meeting is believed to be the largest in i Jacksonville were weekend guests :: ;10;
ILAMPTONCHRISTIAN Lot 80 ft. x Hi ft. In Lot 11 Lola Houston 1'50 1.69 Crisco 89CCOCA
this entire area. Average attendance for the month of I CHURCH of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. 1951 1.9
I Carter. The Paul Dinkins Jr. also 1952: 150
August being: 128 1'3;; 1.,0 I
: Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship visited her time.
parents during the Lot -aO ft. x 214 ft. in Lot 18 Bytha Florence 195: 1.0
"A church where CHRIST not other things or persons. i Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program | Mrs. B. E. Reddish accompanied 19..3., 1..0.:;
Service Lot 100 ft. x 137 ft. in Lot 17 LindHY Corp. 191::
6:30: p. m. Evening 1E1 ,,0
is exalted! Mrs. Jim Godwin of the State SS{ of S. 335 ft. In Lot 32 C. C. Spring 1 95.;;:; .
m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon pastor. 191 : .0 f 6botlctn
p. of Lot 33 Joe Britt
I Farm to Webster and spent from 19" _...0 COLA 21C

_'._ _ __. ___ __' ___ -_ ___-u-__ : -_- ] I '! Wednesday to Friday with Mrs.Godwin's Lot 100 ft. x 200 ft. East of rod :; 20'
In Lot ai Arnett Thompkins
-, .. + -.--- .- '-" I( brother, Roy Reddish, Lot 200 ft. x 200 fL N. of Road
'.- .. --- .- -." .. ....--. .- -- -- '-'. -- '- r. Air Park Baptist Church: Sun- end Mrs. Reddish. Mrs. V. R. Reddish in Lot :Iii J. 1. Smith 191:; .:;
2 ;0u
returned with them to her ;;:: 20.;; Tall Cans
day School, 9:45: a. m.; Preaching
'home here on Saturday after having All Lot 23 A JIable Green or : MILK 3 39CI
'IT'S \WONDERFUL Service 11 a. m.; Training Union. L. Anne Humes 191"; :; 11.00N.
16:45: p. m.; Preaching Service, 8 spent two weeks\ with her son HO ft Lot U lames Robinson 1911 1'110;!' ,I

; p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday and his wife. 19.. :: 110
I 8 m. Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards, accompanied All Lot is James Robinson 1911! Ul1! I I I TABLE
Our Little p.
Room That Wasn't There 1"1 ;o
i by her daughter, Mrs. 1953 1101 I Packages

i SEVENTH DAY Wm. Royster, of Jacksonville, was All Lot U Fannie Robinson "1952 91,;: 1 150'"q I I! NAPKINS 1 2SC

ADVENTIST CIIURCH I visiting her father J. H. Moore, U5 150 I i
I East J. E. Wall 1r. 1911: 126;; ,
Services each Sabbath in old Sunday afternoon. of Lot 103 195"4 i0

II k I I Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab-1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers of 1953: : 2.0: TIDE FAB OR

_r fu bath School 2 p.m. Preaching II Jacksonville were weekend guestsof OTT'S'l'BD1t1'10Y-ITV OF I.SWTIYE'T Of' 8\11.80\0 '
each second and fourth Sabbaths Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey. ,o Large Box /2C
; All I.nt 10 and All Lot 11 J L. i'htlsnn IQ:; CHEER 27
I Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Starling and I 1.JO
3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. All Lot L LIZZIe :Oil\j U II e 191
: Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. I hildren spent Monday at Middle- i I c :4"' 10 I
Everyone welcome. burg where they attended a fish- I ,

fl fry picnic. Yellow Lbs

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Rev. O. J. Raulerson and Mrs I ONIONS 2 1 15C

;a. y CHURCH Raulerson, accompanied by Rev. j ORIGIN OF THE 1It....
; Sunday School 10 a.m. and Mrs. E. M Teter. all of Jacksonville WORD

"' fly Morning Service 11 a.m. were dinner guests of the @ O J (b -
Evening'Service 7:30 p.m. L. P. Rafuse family Monday. I Dozen
: : Prayer Meetings Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker crHE ANCIENT GREEKSj----- L LEMONS 29C

I night 7:45: pm. Saturday night and children of Jacksonville spent | '4;
ca''i'i Sunday and Monday with her USED CATTLE AND OXEN I

I':: rings. $1.50. Bradford County Tel : Mrs Harley returned home with BY THE HEAD.VETRACEOURCWN. I for
pgraph. them for a visit. I i \ 2 25C

Members of the Troy Bennett I

"Only a few weeks ago it was just a side porch. Now family!: Mrs. D. W. Starling Mrs. !

it's our favorite room.! Walter Wilkinson Mrs. A. C.I I \ T-BONE OR SIRLOIN LB.37C.
Pearce. and Mr and Mrs. Buster WORD 'CAPITAL 1

"STARKE BUILDERS' SUPPLY showedus COLONIAL Bennett were in St. George. Ga. '' TO "CAPITA. WHICH a '

how simple it would be to build it our- Sunday attending ladies'a mother family reunion j IS THE LATIN FOR S STEAK
honoring the l i
selves. FLORISTFLOWERS Mrs G. W. Roberts and Mrs. A. "HEAD ..-; ,.

H. Harley Sr. were in Hastings X44
'CeU STTk 11' y
AND n liE HE'S THEIR APPROXIMATE PRICE: Tuesday of last week attending the I
of the W S C S |
Framing rArmstrong annual meeting One of the important functions of a bank is to assist its
For All Occasions of this district. I j Lb
s/' 00 PER MO. Ceiling Tile, Ernest Wells of Ft. Story Va..j customers in making sound capital investments. I I CHUCK ROAST 29CI
,/ 36 MOS. Sherwin-Wiliiams Paint PHONE 218 arrived Saturday morning to spend iI j i
Upson Wallboard weekend with his -- 1
the holiday

Plastic Tile Flooring (i) I I mother, Mrs. Mae Wells. The two to j : We are always glad to discuss investments with our I All Meat Lb

of them motored to Middleburg i STEW 39 I
See us today about your extra room. It'll pay off in j visit with other relatives on Sunday :; depositors.

adding Hung pace the whole family will enjoy.If I i,

DISH GARDENS Misses Judy, Betty, and Frankie j
you can't cone in our representative will gladly I I 6

call on you with ideas estimates and advice No charge. POTTED PLANTS |Wainwright. services of Jacksonville at the Methodist attended -j, BACON Smoked Lb 49C.

no obligation. Just ask! POTTERY 'Church Sunday morning and evening :

The young ladies were FLORIDA BANK at STARKE
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone Flowers WiredAnywhere spending the holiday weekend with MILLET LB
: their grandparents Mr. and

45 Washington St at S. A L. Depot L. Wainwright. Member Florida National Group FISH

Starke, Fla. i Miss Betty Durban and Mr and *! c .7C
Nona St. Starke Mrs O J. Boyett Jr. all of Jacksonville i

--- guests :if
q ar- ._. _... ___ 1R -_ 1U ___. __ ii, : were holiday .
<.:.. _'. -= .- _" ._ _' -w their parents Mr and Mrs Ed II :_ ::_ :: n==::;= :: :.. = -'::=:.:_:t;_ ::, : ".'

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We appreciate this interest in our I I Florida Agricultural Experiment I I,following certificates has filed said (ounty of Bradford. State
future timber production and we Stations says Pangola grass is certificates for a tax deed to be issued I I'nless Micb entcat..r ,. '
SOIL CONSERVATION thereon. The certificate num- ,ficates shall ,
to set the 100.000 made I probably best for the reserve i hers I.f a. .rdll
sure want pas- years of i.--uaiu-e. the de- to the law the propem de,<. ,-,
available to us. Put in'your request -:I ture. but that Coastal Bermuda or i : nption of the property. and then.imev such certificate or cer'ificates "
N-E-W-S in "hKh it wa aj-.ses.sed area ,be sold to the highest (odder at .ne
now. I Pensacola Bahia will also serve: folows: ','our house door on the firs M l

Don't Trust Ole Luck well for this purpose. "trtifl'at., X" 39. ,day in month of October. 1361tfc
I tr <>f 195*.
I""uanl't the 4 day of li'U
BBiU Haas .
Hog cholera does not make : By frost such a pasture should 1'c i' If Proptrt).: S1. of SE>.. Dated this I day Sorter.i,
I .SLI % of S\\ ', iif X\\4. ',Jeo. "l;. T. 1934. "t
herds to from
selections the one to three
-penal of tons I
per U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION : 11 222 ; (UJ'FI'I-I SEAL) Charle ...

HI ai-k The ony! way to feel safe I I acre of dry weight of forage onj I II :,111.;,,,in \11'. h a-'''',] Annie 11t1.. ,(' Cm: 'nit C.n:uI! ,"f t'

t t", take out a little insurance it. When frost hits this reserve SERVICEThe ) .... .\II .! \',' j' "I, r' \ ;., f ,, ;' "ril s .uTIt. Kl"r ".1.1",

.11 the form of vaccination. Pigs i forage it will usually just brownor 4
L p
that have grown off well and are I kill the top six: or eight inches ------ '

"> or 6 weeks old are just right Even a sharp freeze may not kill Board of Supervisors for the i

: : : ._ By Geo. T. Hugglu : 'to vaccinate. The older and heavier the grass all the way to the Bradford Soil Conservation District Harold Norman whose farm is % ELECTRIC SERVICE

Ceunty Agent Service I II they get. the harder the job is for ground. Thus you have a pasture ,i I' held their regular monthly k xrated on the Lawtey-Raiford WINKER_

Agricultural Extension I I you. Hog cholera is the greatest with some green vegetation on it :meeting at Lloyd Green's home. I *toad used the District's weed

Committee Election ar-: N. J. Davis. J. W. Kelley. E. killer of hogs. Don't take too many until it is grazed off I'Those present weret V. R. Fer C hopper on his cropland. Hat-old

The Agriculture Conservation L Kelly. Chester Andrews, Aubrey chances. This reserve pasture plan has guson. Foster Smith. Lloyd Green. tales that the chopper does a good !
I b
Committee for 1954-55 will be elec- Hazen. Charlie Cask ins, Lea- Garden Insects both advantages and disadvantages. ,and J. B. White supervisors: G. T. i-) on eggplant stalks.

ted September 10. The Farm Bur- ton Morgan Jr.. Dick Hinson. The good rains last week have Forage preserved in this way ,Huggins secretary: and Bill Haas :\oricn: OF \ppi.irITIOFOH

eau cooperated in delaying their[James Rosier, and Marklee! Star- encouraged planting home gardenand I is not nearly as good as forage Soil: Conservation :$:;ervice. I TlIIKKU L. RADIO
No. ld 3rTH'B
regular meeting one week so that ling. some commercial vegetable preserved as silage. It is not even I' The Board discussed the Water \ l.u.IIHII'YIT,

Cutworms and mole- as good as hay since it stands shed Urotection Act Small Watersheds C:.urg. G.owint i 3I AND
this election could be held at the This Committee advises in the planting. I' ,: ( tbt hOli

Farm Bureau meeting. I administration of the Conservation crickets will be your first trouble and weathers in the fields. On the Bill). This bill authorizes 1- I _

and the to- makers. Application of 5 per cent other hand. it will go a long way the Department of Agriculture to FOR CITY COUNCIL TELEVISIONSales ,
AU farmers in the county are I payment program I
Chlordane dust or bait to the surface toward carrying over hungry
a I
especially invited to participatein I bacco allotment for our county. I assist local Soil Conservation Districts hereby announce myself d! a
of the soil will be effective in herd of-cattle and may give andidate for tars 114
quite with the work of improvejment c re-election to me .
this election. The election and Th. meeting will be at 7:30 p. m. I I
Starke. Makeit controlling the pests. good resjilts when supplemented for flood prevention and the C:ity Council in the September v
discussion on the Agricultural in the courthouse at I I 'I
Time To Kill Rats with protein. The rp -enre plan also I' lection.
Conservation program will be the your business to be present. II agricultural phases of the conser- e Having served one form and Service
The presence of rats and mice has the advante of saving ,vition development utilization and 0 n the Council, I feel that I am
main features of the meeting.A Free Pine Seedlings ': I
about the farm premises urban labor and equipment costs. I disposal of water. \1,'el acquainted with the problems -eSSSn 4'SflflSSSSSSSSSflSSSSSSSSS_ sssflfln.

special nominating committeewill Just for asking you may have I residence and business establish- I I 0 f the city at this time and believe 224- N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida

present names of 10 farmers. some of your old fields or cut- j ments is a warning sign that all :'!Band Parents Plan i Lonnie Crawford used the Dis. Itrict's am qualified to serve you well
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You will vote for 5 of these 10. -lash pine seedlings to set out
should heed. With the barns and f another
or I will
I rotocycle mower to cut down ter. appre-
The 3 will be committeeand over woods land. We are receiving I Covered Dish Supper -
top corn cribs being filled, and cooler I some heavy weeds. We were discussing c late your vote and support. -

the next 2 will be alternates. I these seedlings through the weather coming rats may become First weed control the other I Swell Lawson.
who have been nominated interest of Con. Corp. of America.llLASKTHEHANWHO I MeetingThe I
Those even a more serious problem unless -II 7 when Lonnie stated that the roto- Sell It Rent It Trade It

gMr-s.-----.s._,- .........=-'-:.';;;_:_...::::_--- ';;;';";; ;::...:=' controlled. Rats can be con- Bradford> High Band par- )cycle mower is the best way to .

/ KNOWS.YOUR WATCHMAKER! X trolled on your place but it will ents' Association will precede its !I II cut down heavy weeds. The rot'I I I I

','*/** "* '> take more than just an hour or initial of the \VITA TELEGRAPH
i meeting year with cycle mower cuts the weeds into ,
77r.TAMSZZe \
< I
.7 I
two once or twice a year. Regular i a covered dish supper beginning at''small pieces which prevents them CLSSIIE

? attention to the prevention- of 6:30: p.m. in the school cafeteria. I from hanging up in cultivating Low Rates 'Good Results
rodent thievery contamination I according to T. T. Long. president. equipment. !

n and spread of disease should be I
i Long stated that the band par- .
an obligation and responsibility of icnt's group was very successful W. C. Stalnaker. whose place is I ADDITIONAL WORD 2cDWOINT W

(with its concession stand last located on the Lester Johns Road, E.\CI
Warfarin '
containing are I year and the group helped pay frI also used the District's rotocycle' 1''IRTIO'tHHTI'

still perhaps outstanding in our- I band room: fixtures and equipment I Ii mower to mow down weeds on his 2..r \ \1. FOR HLIM> ADS OK AIlS >OT Pllll 1% \D\ "

war on rats and mice. We shall be i ias well as making it possible to I cropland. "F

glad to help you in planning a i purchase needed uniforms and extra -, HEMORIAMS. CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS %0 Per Line

rat-control for (COUNT WORDS TO EACH LINE
program your )
equipment for band members. : .
t Mary Joiner Dies

: Personal and Profession Backed More place. I Long pointed out that the band I,
My Integrity by Man For \\inter FeedIf
has not had to solicit any kind of ,In Georgia HospitalMary
: Than Forty Years EXPERIENCE Repairing Fine Rail you have plenty of forage 1I A. J: Thomas Starke. Fla.
since the Band Parent's Association -
: road Watches that Require the Greatest Accuracy is available in your pastures I help has been formed. : Donaldson Joiner, widowof FOR SALEHomes

YOUR Guarantee of Satisfaction. I more than your cattle can eat of the late W. L. Joiner, died IIs ,
: : Guy Rimert BHS Bandmaster
it may pay you to reserve partof I September 4 in Georgia Baptist I Under Construction
said that the band will
marching FOR SALE
See Our Bocfc-f o-Sc/ioo/ it for grazing after frost I Hospital Atlanta Ga. She was I
I have 66 members this year. The IN STARKE'SNEWEST
., grasses capable of highproduction. :born in Laurens County Ga. on I li ou.r. now under eonxlructlon.Price .
band will at 't
perform every game
Oct. 21, 1871, and was a memberof 100.0 to >IO.IMM>.IMt. furnished I
: '
Window Display of Elgin and Wadsworth Watches! with except the St. Leo game which the \ .lr.ulalnl healer SUBDIVISION
Druid I
To establish a reserve of grass Baptist Church. dame is fuel hot water heater alone I
( .I..rl.
: the "Million Dollar. "Duro Power" Main Spring. was ruled out because of the dis-, Pine
for fall and winter grazing se- { Survivors include two daughters. But her.'t the ab .I.el.refrigerator and \enellan I haven
: Guaranteed: not to break. The choice of Students tance that the band would have to' blud.1 for a down payment I
every- < lect one of your pastures that has j Mrs. L. D. Vining of Starke. and'Miss : She c.,, '.0 vsWh. '11 Wteraa. and a.
here. travel.
: I been grazed rather closely. Fer Elizabeth Joiner, Atlanta .!. vi.. ",h Ion an *":..0 to >. -\.... ... II \111 tl.j. TIHH: FETlniw
The band has also been invitedto Tile or harduood earpurlM. '."ula''d Hoof.
: rTTTTTTTTTJ tilize it now with 150 to 200 ofFloridas Ga.; two sons W. L. Joiner Jr.. kbrabberr and .f..r... 1..I.d- ,\"p"al TIle Furred Waite
take part in University I' .1... Jsin .
4 ammonium nitrate or Ga. and Don ed. The. home hate three brdrootiix. \lado", and ? .
of Joiner
pounds hot
Griffin Water
"Gator Bowl" as part ofFlorida's Remember that leaky) faucetyou've hate al Irani V'M: MI. ft of 1..1 and ..'.
its equivalent in nitrogen and Ga.. 10 grandchildren and' floor spare and are of the latentappritted P.r'. I.I.. .n Bath. ('..
Ed Gem Homecoming celebration. b'D ignoring? Does "fy little,,, We4
Simpson i dehfen In hnuxiaeHead Iota.
Jewelry : keep the cattle off it. If this four great grandchildren. ('... to School. ('hUri'hea
i In addition to the marching bother jou' All you i is a ; for occupants nllhia Inoweekx I and H..I.."" .
pasture wasn't fertilized in the 35memberI I Services were held at Adams nt a month Unlit underthe HI.lr.
band Rimert has a good plumber and won't leak direct Mnpert Uion of Hen K. !
"TilE HOUSE OF FINE DIAMONDS"Starke's : use 600 pounds of 8-8-3 i FlU t'(
spring. Junior Band and a 25-member Funeral Home in Dublin Ga. Sunday any more. We're in business to 1.1. ".I knuttn builder and I ItG:

fertilizer per acre instead of the afternoon at 4 o'clock. Inter- .. : l.d..m" _
: Leading Jeweler Elementary Band. A total of 126 faucets, other .atrl.b..r. 'jo.
: I stop leaky among i'4 (
nitrogen.Dr. ment in North .I..I.c
sort was View Cemetery : .. honor in !tar.. Iy 'oats. W.k.
students are engaged in some P..t .
Gordon Killinger of the in Dublin things. Just call us and jour 'IA:.O.I! dona payment. balance I .1.

'VUYyVVYVTVYYYVYVYYYVVYYYVyyyyyyyyyyyyyryyyyyyyyI'roposed IOf band activity this year. I I1M faucet's as good as fixed. $:,".."" pry ... : Bedruon,, "' .Ol _
Vot .
I 11
Constitutional .Amendments To Be Votedof On November 2nd, 1954N I -- -_- SIte for super "lor. super 1,I'nsin sn-.o, (''..lnl, ( oat.. ) .
Brown .
NOTICE OP ELECTION Florida Relating to the Judicial Department ( Minnie FOR Cl' COUNCIL markrt.Inirklnr. Xothlng else I
WHEREAS. The Legislature of 1955. of the Government of the Stall of to pay.
RESOLUTION NO. $5S I wish to announce that I Iurrh
HOUSE JOINT Dies At ResidenceMrs. I
toiler the Constitution of 18H5. of the Florida.BE ana or home NO\V Mote in
Amendment bayer don'tleaie
stats of Florid. did pass Joint Ke olupoo IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE A Joint Resolution proposing an candidate for City Council I WbfD com
Article VIII of the Constitution
proposing amendment to the Con- OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: to MnrLe, u.1 JOBS pleted.
Ititutioa of the State of Florid. and theme That the following Amendment to Ar. of the State of Florida Relative to Aaaeu- Minnie Smoak Brown. 81. stand: for better and honest City

.. were agreed to by a oU of three- tide V of the Constitution. State of Florida ment of Property for Taxes by Adding widow Dr. George \V. Brown. Government-and I will KK
Section frovideThat of appreciateyour
ftftlu ef aU the member elected! to eahouae. is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted Thereto an Additional to See Joseph D. Warren
that the votes On uid Joint R..o"IMIna to the electors of this State for in the County of Monroe. State of I died at her residence here last vote and support on Sept .
the Tx Aiseuor Shall I A. J.
Florida County THOMAS
were entered upon their respective ratification or rejection: at the next general I II
Jonrnal. with the yeas and nays thereon. election to be held in the year 1954A. \aseu the Property of the County for the week following a lengthy illness. 14. I WARREN CONST CO.
and tbe, did determine and direct that the D.. that la to say : A new section shall Purpose of Levying State County, School I born in nr.lL DEALER
She OrangebursI
Mid Joint Resolutions be submitted to the be added to said Article V to be designated and Municipal Taut Levied by the State. was I W. H. (Billy) Noegel t"T.\TF P. O. Box

Itctoi- of the State at the General Eiection Section 1Kb reading and providing a* follows Count tricta.,.Special County Tax School School Board.DutricU.School Port Ou- I, County, S. C., on April 15 1873, PHONE.4UJSPECIAL iD-I T..pl. %tr. Telephone 214 I 787 Tele. 43W
on November Sod 1954. : FloridaRADIOS Start
JutricU. Drainage D lltrleta. and Any to the late Edward J. and Jose -- .rl. 1
> NOW. THEREFORE. 1. R. A. CRAT. Section Kb. When and a* the business i
Secretary of State of the State of Florida of the office of the County Judg require Other Taxing DutricU. and Municipalitiesof Easterling Smoak.
iM kerrbf C'.. notice thav a in any county having a population of more the County.BE THEREPAIR
GENERAL ELECTION than 125.000 according to the last official IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA. I She was a member of the Starke REPAIRED FOR RENT-Unfurnished
U held in each Florida Florida TUBE OF THE STATE OF rLOElDA: house InqUire -
b on
county in census of the Legislature may provide SHOP Bus
'reeeday neat lucceedini the Brat Monday for one or more additional CountyJudge That the following amendment to Article First Methodist: Church. Mrs. I SALE .411- .k. All HodrUttraranablr at Station ,

U fdu.ember. A. D_ 1SS1 the said Tuesday who shall be elected by the Qualified VIII of the Constitution of the SUU moved to Florida in 1899 charges guarastedCI1.S.
of Florida relative the ., of all I Brown 10th and Grand
to a4s o ment
Wtag the SECOND DAY OF NOVEMBER electors of such county at the time C. SIIRPHERD D, 001. JR.
fur tli* ratittcatioa or rejection of the laid and place of voting for other county officers taxes in the County of Monroe. State of and resided at Lawtey until 1917 : HIS w. r>u st. surkr 23jlIKU' *'
".uU Resolutions proponing AmendmenU and such additional County Judge Florida, by adding thereto an additional I Will Do All Your LawnMower I CATTLK AMI HOGS
section to be numbered by the Secretaryof when she moved to Starke.
i the CauUtuUoa of the State of Florida. or Judge, shall bold said office for four I I SALES -
State be and the same u hereby agreed I I : busmen I
..; years and said Judges or Judges compensation I Surviving are her daughter Mrs Sharpening \AXTtI-Uu.mllg Live Oak Each Uednendar
to and shall be submitted to the electorsof
shall be provided fur by Uw, and I I opfniiiBavailable for r.I I (>ainr.tille Each Friday
M be or they shall have and exercise all the the State of Florida for ratification or j Louiebelle Brown Thede of Jack- 7ordlsICE >|,,nihl. man or nornan with tarlo
powers and perform all the duties that rejection at the general election to be held Washer and Home Appliance all on farm "" in Uradluifl :f
I 1"1
oo the first Tuesday after the first Mondayin I sonville: two sons Clifton Brown '. ,
BOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. tiU art or may be provided or prescribed by I County.) J'ul or sparttune.
A Joint Resolution proposing an Amend- th*. Constitution! or Statute! for County November 1954. u follows: of Starke. and Dr. Georgeilmot Repairs $2": t" $4U per > WritIeNcss FOP REXT-Three i.r fuur
Section From and after 1, r'.r
.nent of Article HI of the Constitution of judge, ana an laws reusing ut tneJudge ".ouuiy January I'] i'" I' o. Box 2,66. 1..tO ftaU"n ,- uniMrtdlih Turn,shfd
th. State of florida Relating to the Leg-1 shall apply to said additional County 1956 the of Monroe.county State tax aueoaor of Florida in, shall the I I Brown of Tallahassee: two brothers. Welding and Fabricating C Mfinphi.- Trnn. flIt !' 17 rooms and bath t-lc<.tnt kn<,
bilativ Department by Striking TherehorncCiORI County Judge Judge Provided however chad
I Z and 4 Thereof Pertaining to I that any law enacted by the Legislature auna school and all property municipal for Use all to Hate be levied county in I Dr. Edward Smoak of Tampaand Lineoleum and Tile LayingAt I l"i I: > lLE-l 12 iraugt- Marlin chotin Jlrs.} L.lawn U L'Urk.Available; Beaiu Aug ltd'Kast 1

Session of the Legislature and Eligibility Inerting providing for additional county judges the county by the state county county !I Harry Smoak of Orangeburg. Reasonable Prices ?'I, iloulilr liarrt-l. "\r-iindr I ijtarkp 1 mile fnim 'iii 4'.
and Remuneration of Legislator* aad shall referendum thereon and i
in Lieu Thereof Sections Numbered such law require shall a not become effective until school board. school district. special tax J S. C.: seven grandchildren; and CRAMf 1 I" I< in loiiditi.m J6j. C.'ntartI 1 tr"fst. Rt I u., :>., _,IC'__hl{.
1 I. \ I .ik |I'li| '. i
the school districts port district drainage | .i. : l. K x 83.K. .
t and 4 Respectively. Pertaining to it is ratified by a majority of the votersof ; .
tins Ceaersl Subject MatUr.BK the County affected who participate in districts and any other taxing districts 'i seven great-children. i i-t M.' HfiKhls. 1'1. UpKi FOIl HENT-Furnished apart none ',

IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE said election __ and municipalities of the county. 'I Funeral services were held Sunday -- bedroom and Bla.-- -d-ir .- .- -
The sMI at the legislativesession
OF THE STATE OK rLoaiDA : No. 4 Legislature I \ l I. I ':( ix'r i'i 1:<'I'EltTY-Teriiis. ing pi>nh. large li..ng r>MMii
of Ar. in 1955 and from time to time at 3 in the DeWitt C kitchen and ,
That the following amendment p.m. i i I I' I'.ti h. trrr.and only 12 ft. dmn"I" 426 South t
iicl IU of the constitution of the State of SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 119 thereafter enact laws specifying Jones Chapel with the Rev. Robert in I.:".if! IIMI Tlirr.niilr, WestK St. or apply a A- duties and
functions .
t'lurHl. relating to the legisUtiv; department A Joint Resolution proposing an Amendment powers ... 'e\\ I' }H.-iKhl'>. St-e Mr- A. S. 'f
be and the same is hereby agreed to to Article III. Section 2$ of the tion of the county tax assessor D. Sommer and the Rev. Fred 'I I i.I.eh.. fr..m l'.st
in the first of this :
sad shall be submitted to the elector of Constitution of the State of Florida Relating paragraph; section Htit WIIITK '.
I I ilPI 1 "TEl';
shall likewise by law for the W.-ITIEI
provide extension Yerkes Interment 1'
officiating. followed : -
of Bills
tile State of Florida for approval or rejection to Executive Approval by X.\ Kmg&ley 8..h if
the roll of the
at the nut general election to be beld Providing That After Final Adjournmentof on assessment in the )
family plot Crosby
county tax assessor of all taxes levied by I
in n.4. that is to say that Article HIf the Legislature the Governor Shall Ha.eTwer.t j root
the Constitution of the State of Florida <420) Days ill Which to Approveor the state county county school board. Lake Cemetery. II Electric Motors FOH SALE-3 -n r..1 porn
h. amended by linking therefrom present Veto Bills. school districts special tax school districts I I, (r.un. cot Lage. KI"drldly I fju.jiped -
Sections 2 and 4 and inserting in lieu BE If RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE port districts drainage districts and any Active pallbearers were A. Z deep Well. ?t on Highway -

thereof th* following sections to be numbered OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: other taxing districts and municipalitieswhose I, Adkins Jr.. Marcus Brown. Wilmot'I REWOUND AND I 11'8. fruit tree al-. I r"1
be assessed the
S and 4 respectively : That Article III Section :28 of the Constitution taxes may by countytax i, taltin. Inquire ('Irniii Niir.-i .
Section t. Regular and extra sessions.Th .- of the State of Florida be I assessor pursuant to the first paragraph I I Brown Jr.. James T. Moore. Dr SER'ICEDSmal :p itijirs east nf KVt.ne!

regular sessions of the Legislature amended and the same is hereby agreedto of this section. Thomas G. Ritch. Glenn Duke. heights. .1', :j ,4
shk'.l be held biennially commencing en and shall be submitted to the electorsof 'I \

the lInt Tuesday after the flrnt Monday the State of Florida for ratification orrejection i I N.. T Edward Sims. and Dave Shuford. Appliance Repair J'OP SAL.K-SO a.-re farm \11 mid.
in April. A. D. 187. and on the corresponding at the next general election to I trn h.ul. I mile North h ', l I.a-
day of every second year thereafter be held on the Tuesday after the first I SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1051A 11 General Machine WorkS I .) on f. I ::11 within. unitf
but the Governor may convene the Monday in November, 19il. a* follows: Joint Resolution proposing an Amendment I llumphrrjs X.w IlighUud IMan'
Bealer Lee 74
same in extra session by his proclamation.! Section 28. Executive approval of act; to Article V of the Constitution ef See owner W. R Strickland. !
K'ular sessions of the Legislature may veto, overriding veto.-Every bill that f'hl
the State of Florida by Adding
iiend to sixty days but no special session may have passed the Legislature shall be- Additional Section to Provide for Two I! Dies Here Saturday I All Work Guaranteed FOR SALE-Three btrr'1 h.us..
con\ened by the Governor shall exceed fore becoming a law. be presented to the Judges of the Court of Record in and for I ualer and lght IIK gardri
twenty days. The regular sixty-day bi. Governor; if he approved it be shall signit. Escambia: County. Florida and to Provide Reasonable pot and out In.UN-
.n.iial session of the Legislature may bya but if not be shall return it with hisobjections Legislative Authority to Provide Additional Bealer Lee. 74. died suddenly a", Rate other odds smal end ScJ .id w, ,
three-fifths vote of the membership of to the House in which it originated. Needed. S Oriffis. '
Judges as Orange St.
both houses be extended not exceeding a : which House shall cause such objections BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE his residence on Lafayette St 15" .r a rioBin
total l of thirty days wbCb: need not b; conr to be entered upon its Journal. lip 10.1 .
". reconsider it if, after Saturday following a heart attack RED SEAL
utft. Recesses in such extended e- and proceed to ; That the following amendment to Article FOR HOME Demonstration
clue shall be taken only by joint action such reconsideration it shall pas both V of the Constitution of the State of I He was born in Dawson County. Faniou.t Tappenware. of World<
.f both houses. No extended session may Houses by a two-thirds vote of members Mrs. Laiy
shall be entered Florida to be added as an additional section Ga. 26. 1979 to the late ELECTRIC & SI'oI. p. (). R,,, to;, 40Sj
lut beyond September 1st following the present, which vote on to be appropriately numbered by the on Sept. MACHINESHOP Ph.n.
tegular biennial session. During such extended the Journal of each House it shall becomi
Secretary of State and the same a hereby I John and Sarah Lee. He was a FOR REXT
session. no additional proposed leg- a law. If any bill shall not be returned agreed to and shall be submitted to the p.n.t cottage at Kins
illation shall be introduced unless consent within five days after it shall have been. electors of the State of Florida for ratification retired farmer and a member of Co.. ;i. at ley Lake. See Mr.H i' Bern e
> first obtained by a two-thirds vote of presented to the Governor Sunday excepted the election lak"2" he 9 17
or rejection at general end foil howl
the members of the House into which It ) the same shall be a Uw. in like to be held on the first Tuesday after the I the Pine Level Baptist Church l yew F.V.. GRAUDON
is ought to be introduced. manner as jibe had signed it. If the Leg MOWING MACHIXK-Farmal!
first Monday la November. 1354. : former of .y.
Mr. Lee resident
Section 4. Legislators salaries. *tc isUture. by its ftnal! adjournment prevent Section -. from and after the adoption I was a \ \ Owner, Manager debar heavy dut AN in
Senator and member of th* House of such action. such bill shall be a law. unless of this Amendment there shall be a Miami. and he moved to Starke SLADE GAS CO. bottom plow. cultivator planter
JUpresenUtive* shall be duly qualified the Governor within twenty iIOi I days after Judge of the Court of Record in and for Washington St.-Hwoe 397 Fin. Farmall A (Not Super A}
.....,to..* in the respective counties and the adjournment shall file such bill with Escambia County. Florida, in addition to three years ago. mower now' on tractor for denmnMration. -
dislricu for which they were chosen. Th his objections thereto in the office; of the the Judge of said Court already provided. Surviving him are his wife. Cor- Phone 121 Starke Fla. f& "Soda's ifs t ta good! : Starke, Fin Any reasonable offer
_ompensation of legislators shall be twelve Secretary of State. who shall Uy the same Said Judge shall be elected at the General g In'Juir. dir.l.tln. at Sta-
Juindred iUOU.Ml dollar each year and before the Legislature at its next session. Election next succeeding the coming into ah Cain Lee of Starke: four daughters. 5RE tOl.NTRV CrUEl: ticin a..ro" from El Uan( A. JHp,
hill be paid in monthly I insu'.lmenU of and if the same shall receive twothirdsof effect! of this Amendment and shall bold If IMS liryden.
or hundred JIOO'WI) dollars each. Our- the vote present it shall become a UwN office for six year and receive the same Mrs. May Major of Miami FOR StLK

I jar the time the legislature u in session I salary and allowances for expense as ia Mrs Maude Williamson if Fitz- STARKK UK CO. t FOP RE-Thref h.dr'm unfur
:.legisUtor: shall receive' per diem and *. S now provided for the Judge of.the Coor: nhbe ', in Keystone
tra el expense as provided by law. but HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 8St I of Record in and for Escambia County, I gerald. Ga Mrs. Ruby Herring of ELECT LUCIAN HAZEN roll KENT-Three ro'm efficiency ( flak. Jal'k' nn. HtiVbt or
arh may not exceed the allowance for Florida. He shall have all and 1 Fred Leonhard.
power upstairAll
A Joint Resolution proposing an Amend. Brunswick. Ga and Mrs. Pearl apartment except K.ytnnf
for other SUU
eh provided
expenses ment of Article VIII of the Slate Con perform all duties and possess all qualifications I linen furnished ju per At ____ :3t (
*)lf.ij under general law. atitutwa b, Adding Thereto an Additional that are or may be provided ir I Rucker of Amarillo. Tex.: three TO THE CITY COUNCILIn Avery Inn. Jtp"ek
i prescribed by the Constitution by statute !ill
>'> Section to be Numbered the FOK
by Secretaryof -" "" HIXT-F.ur furnished
the Rev. Lee rom
.tI the of Recordin sons, Guy i
for the Judge of Court of''
\ S.. J State Relating to the Assessment and I F. H in-
Collection of Municipal Taxes I and for Escambia County. Florida and Starke: Oscar W. Lee of Miami asking for re-election a a member of the City Von RENT-Fue room hou.se. 4 apartm.nt. St Long
SFNATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO '7 all statute concerning said Judge shall mile.-, North of Starke Part I lip
A Joint Resolution proposing an Amend.aicat OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA apply to him. Provided however that I* and Arthur L. Lee of FitzgeraldGa. Council, I proposed to work for the completion of our furnished or unfurnished Mrs O. MODBRX 4 .
: ROfiy.S _
Article IX of the Florida ConatiWti there be a Commissioner of the Court *f Brown. lit. 2. Pox Starketp and bath .ito
to That the following ameadment of Article I and to to negotiate with J ,
zoning planning program; vs.furnished.. Winter .
,.a by Adding a New Section Theretoto VIII of the Constitution of Record in and for Escambia County Florida tr. ? rate-
Be Numbered by the Secretary of State. Florida relating to the assessment Stateof ..ndcull.tioa be shall upon the coming into effect ,Funeral services: were held at the county for the handling of city prisoners in order !/II A'*No' other'T4rls rottage Fla I K:, pit s,
ta Provide That No State Funds Shall BetZapended of this Amendment become such additional I it.-hg
to Fay Obligations Incurred to of municipal ta..e. be and the Judge and shall be commissioned b, the the Pine Level Baptist Church that the present city discontinued for jail FOK :AUF-4') ai !>' t,*.<-" nur Ht-il-
hereby agreed '
same la to and shall be jal mab i'
Sliringt ]l'i. HI : .
: ;
""(0.Mruct.d.ilK. Furchas or Msinuin Any Toll submitted Florida fur to approval the electors or rejection of the State at the of successor Governor is a*duly such elected to hold and office qualified.until his I Monday afternoon at 3 p.m with I purposes; to continue water, sewer and }"r.nl. ,\ J 11 1 ':,,in.V t'n.',| SOWt 1'1111,1"r'ld ;.i.n K\eret i. n-Flume" .ahiii-f fl' i I

IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATV next general election to be held in 1964 : |ibi) The Legislature may from time to Rev. William E. Hall officiating electrical services in keeping with the rapid growth of -:. f 17 'n '. .7
time and the business of the Court of
that to that Article VIII of the I
That Article IX of the Florida Consutotkm Constitution say of the State of Florida be Record in and for Esrambia County. Florida Interment followed in the family I Starke: to imprO'e our electrical distribution system ;

MCI ion k< thereto amended to by be adding numbered aa additional by thetierietary section amended to by be adding numbered thereto by the an additional Secretaryof one requires.or more provide additional for the Judge appointmentfor of said ( plot at Crosby Lake Cemetery. to further increase the capacity of our light and water I

of State and the same is herebyied State and reading a* follows to-wit: Court. Each such additional Judge shall I Active pallbearers we J;: W. L I
to and shall be submitted to the Section -. Authority of the Legislalure be elected and bold office for six yeanand plant.
ton of the State of Florida for ratification as to assessment and collection of- shall receive the seine salary/ and allowances Thigpen Jr.. Austin Fender. Bob Contracts should be let in September for paving -
rejection at the general electionto I for expense as other Judge ef serl
or municipal ta"-The Legislature Earl Goodman I
by Leon
be held on the first Tuesdsv after thefli general, special or local act provide may.for the Court of Record in and far Escambia Myrick. Conner. miles of streets without cost to property owner flySFORTATh. \
County. Florida. They shall hive all
it kloadain Natember. 1S54. aa folI. and Virgil Owens.
the assessment of the taxes of municipality I
any l
power and perform all duties. and possess When street and road construction completed
: by the County Tax Assessor of the
tat. funds shall not be osej. tpproprir ail qualifications that are or may be provided DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 4mg wbtr Yev! hundreds of thn ,
county wherein such municipality is located that the city participate possible in a br advertising IB 0
I or expended U construct reconstruct or prescribed by the Constitution orb I propose a fa a Ctal tibf 55p O .
and the collection thereof by the was in charge of arrangements. Ib II STROUT Big Cur
auia Icaie statute for the Judge of the Court f II tbr Of property
i icrvic repair purchase or County Tax Collector of .or
suth county beautification ,
thantulee : provided Record in and for Escambia County. Florida program.All lOW ;n enjoy hc benefit of SROUTS tucccwfvl National
toll road
i extending mor that no such act. except the provisions and all statutes concerning said Judge and the is invited ad.mwnc N0 aus HOW- I
Council public LfJ adl U
counties or to pa, the principal or thereof far a referendum election shall apply to them. meetng are open SEW fl rO '
interest of any revenue certificate or may become effective in any municipality SaOUT
other evidence of indebtedness to construct until approved by a majority vote of the I to atend. .

reconstruct maiaum. service reK .. electors qualified to vote ialcb municipality IN TESTIMONY W. C. T. U. I will to see each of you, but will greatly}' I STOUT RELT AGECIE \
SiP. purchase or lease any toll road extending voting at an election called for WHEREOF. I hav. b Wol's Largest // lQfjft
into more than three _lItooo&. such purpose which election may be heldseparately hereunto set my hand and affixed ti* "THE LEGALIZED LIQUOR appreciate your vote on Sept. 14. PHOXS s t
or with any other election. Any Great Seal of the State of Florida at s w .
N.. t such act shall provide for reasonable compensation Tallahassee the Capital, this Uw Ula iu TRAFFIC IS THE TRAGEDY OF:
for the County Tax Assessor and at August A. D-. 1SJ4.R ClnUZ-\TIQ ." Sincerely Yours LUCIAN O. HAZEN i F. C. HOLLINGSWORTH. Representative "
ROUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. TST Couity Tax Collector for such additional A. GRAY .
A Joint Resolution Proposing to Amend duties to be paid by the municipality for ._ Secretary State (ABRAHAM lINCOLN). 1 (Pd PoL Adv.) I Phone 2 Starke

Article V of U* Constitution of th* State which such duties are performed. F i iI I


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