<%BANNER%>
Bradford County telegraph
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01482
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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>.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01482
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
W
8R
lr


fi A
t
.r >
Julian
ittI.fiHwwrn.Hl.tr(Uj



/s It, Or Ain't It? .




NEW YORK NEWSPAPER BRADFORD OUN1Y.ELEGRAPH

Single Copy f Q


LABELS STARKE 'SPEED TRAP' ,.

Official County,Publication EttaWtked In 1S79

I _ '_ _-_ _ _ _'_'_ __
-. STARH; Ery ". FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JANUARY .'...*., 1958Freeholders: .'.,-'......<[BER. TIIIRTY.ONE

r H sS .J "' ..H.T.' .;...- .\

S ...... _.-'-'- ..'.'" -\.l\ .

Merchants Plan r Slow Asks
:, Ns. Ytrk tj t,, i H Commission
,.Il'<. i Iot.' '. : +
,
.
j :. I '\'. '' .j'f' I __
,.: ,\. ,.
\ Year's ActivitiesThe .. In
J'J'i iI \ ) Registering

1, 4i i0 t' ., ,," II.. r. 1 : Advance For 301!
a
.:... ... ,.,,. \'I"., Merchants Division of the :: : Less than 10 per cent of the

.. .' t" ... l .. -. Chamber of Commerce at a freeholders
t who are qualified to
....' -
ff .. "."" ,a: '' The County Commissioners
'. ....,. meeting Tuesday elected Harry
A -- i do
." .... f so have registered so far to be Shine
:' I '. .f:...r' :h.: C. Elrod Jr. as president, set ,, eligible for the'forthcoming Charges Monday passed another resolution
: '
.. '0 ; 1. ,. the State Road Boardto
requesting
holiday and evening closing hours
; ft' school bond election. Mrs. Marion
Placed Against 3 advance the county funds to
for 1958 and discussed for
plans
L.
Crosby cf
i Jf.W V..I supervisor registration
.. 1 1t. on the right of way acquisition -
:... / ; ,.../. VA/ p cooperative sales events duringthe i 2 said yesterday.Less carry
} for the four-
I. r't! j year. than 200 freeholders have Three Bradford County men program

tl,; ) twtoVllli1 Specific sales events discussed registered in the North and South were released from jail under $1- laning of U. S. 301 north of

': > '\ X' included participation of member precincts, Mrs. Crosby said. She 500 bonds each last week after Starke.

c. C in weekend sales between with of The action on the resolutioncame
,1.\ .;, L"lmmI&A stores F -4 estimated that between 2,000 and being charged possession
#-. ffkW a the first' and fifteenth of every '. 3,000 are eligible to register as a moonshine still as the result of : following a meeting last!

1 I TiJ't. .......,' month and a special Starke an- >. freeholders.The a raid by the county, state and Thursday in Tallahassee between
f. ,.... ... local representatives of groups
niversary day to be held some- registration books for the federal officers.
....__.... H..r"AX." : The pushing the program and State
.' .,,, ., s time in May.It purpose of re-registering freeholders men were Noonen BradleyJr.
jJ3
t : I ,..J;;; Earl Powers
Road Board member
was proposed that the anniversary should close Feb. 10, Mrs. .. 29, Robert Parnell Tyson. 22,

,1f'JC.Ce, 1tMtl ,ter day include a big bar- Crosby said, although it is possible !- and Elmo Hampton, 44. Tyson and Ralph Hartsfield. State Road

'". ift becue and program. that the time might be extended and Hampton are Negroes. Beard right-of-way specialist.

'. ,". .. '.. t." ...,J", The merchants voted to closeon Motorists Aid March Of Dimes depending upon whetheran Bradley is already under a $500 Local men attending the meet
:
,.lVI1tMUJ. ( .. ', the same holidays as were early or late date is set for bond on a federal moonshine ing were Commissioner H A.

.i. ',It.r'--. ..$........PAUL.. .,....?..rol""",'.!.!....:..{..:.....:":, observed during 1957. These are Motorists were asked to contribute, to the March" of Dimes campaign the election. Date of the proposed charge placed against him when Bishop Jr. Guy Andrews County

0;. '. ".r7. ft'r.'.-'','' "'"....'".". Memorial.Day (May 30), Independence last Saturday as members of the, Hi-Y.club set up a road blockon election will be set at the Feb. 3 agents arrested 11 men in Bradford Clerk Charles Darby and City
..... ,... ."
.
.. ...". .. 'II, .:>It: ;.+'. >,' Day (July 4)), Labor Temple Avenue The road block netted $208 during the day, meeting of the School Board. County last July. He has not Clerk Carl Johns.

., !.""''. S'C. .. '. 'c\v....". ..''.". ':.. '.J' Day (Sept. 1)), Veteran's Day, which made a total of $382 the guys nave collected! in the two Saturdays Mrs. Crosby said that re-regis- been indicted on this count by Though similar resolutions have
.' '. '. .: : : ":,,':..'" traticn of freeholders has also the grand jury however. been forwarded to the State Road
Nov.
\ .. ( 11)), Thanksgiving Day operated. .Shown
hate
l.. ,.1" 4 they !n .the picture rereicing a .contribution
Seven
three federal
.. ,s L', ";;'; tin _! ..:,ypr .i.il i if }Nov. 27)), Christmas and New from Jacksonville Mike Golduire, been very light in the county's men Board in the past and producedno
,. woman are Sammy
f -. '1w IAM' ....'.1 .:!' ...'.". .;" ..\.'," fear's. a other precincts, and it is doubtful agents, two state agents, and money. the Commissioners
Hobbs
) ALLINDAL.. : .' ... 1>>f.; r4;; Saturday evening closing Warren, Haney Tanner, Jimmy George Patten and Spanky that the total re-registered so far Deputy Sheriffs Riley Sweat and seemed encouraged that this one

.f'a !- ..;;'{ ... :- hours were changed from 7 until McClendon. The boys will operate the road. block during the nexthvo is over 250 in the entire county. Dolph Reddish took part in might produce some results.

.. : ,,"(.......: .... "- .....'..h'!..).': :..'.'__wwDwici 6:30: by the merchant, and' some or three_ Saturdays., Mrs. Crosby repeated instruct- the raid which took place about If.the money is advanced by the
.,'. .' .. noon last Thursday. The still
'w ,. '. ';' "" ions that was
'
f' 'voted the persons re-registering State Road the resolution
.. At .....-r't,. '.., \. :"" .-- j't( f changes were also, in Board
.V N+ .... .... located about four and a half
.r.
.. ., .. .M- must bring proof that they are
;' ? pre-Christmas closing hours. provided that it will be repaid out
?. .
;t '. .rg...7.. i7r't'-1'.. .,'-.firlrcjigflflft The stores will remain open 200 Growers. Are InvitedTo property owners This proof may miles southwest of Starke. of future' gas tax money.
,
It JT.h :. .. :.. Fridays consist of either a deed or a tax The still consisted of three
three
.JISU : until 8 p. m. .on the The Commissioners Mondayalso
,,
ir
.. ... t.l, ; -'T"...' "" before Christmas. In 1957 receipt bearing the name of the pots, with the two which were considered setting cut-off
'. .Jj,y. '<( : "\ ..'|fc :., ?'it: property she said. operating having a capacity of a
; 'Iii, tIE w a. ..,... they stayed open until 9 p. m. on! Attend Market MeetingJ. owner, date on negotiations now under-
I -,-..-.- .. \., .""\" ",'- $fJ._"' .t... \,,.';n. >' tIA' ,>t,"" the four Mondays before the The supervisor again stressed about 1,325 gallons each, Reddish way with property owners along
.
l. \'. $ttTsS: f \ SsfeiS'T" the fact that this reregistrationhas said. The third pot. which was the No action
f.LAK : '.-.. < }fcft > holiday. R. Kelly, chairman of the meeting is being called by the connection with general empty, had a capacity of about right-of-way. was
no a
'
..i. ,,'i, .r/ .."."" .. {f The merchants will also stay taken on this measure, however.
.ST ." Starke Farmers Market advisory advisory committee for the '
.. O'V ..Jo 1 ''KH pur- election in which public officialsare 1,500 gallons he said.
WAL.. l' ... .; open for business until 8 p. m. on After the Commissioners com-
'. -" 1'" :'t' ..t.11'i committee this week sent lettersto pose of having free discussion by chosen but will control who The federal agents destroyedthe
\ \f', :" "', the three days before Christmas. 200 in the Starke the farmers themselves of the pleted these actions they met at
.. some growers vote in the election to decide still with dynamite Thursday
., < ,, ......... can
I I t' ,.. .. '. .,1.... "Y. '. Wednesday afternoons will the Garden Restaurant with
for market situation in Starke and
... "' l't."or "->- area calling a meeting Friday whether or not the School Board afternoon.
., .\ ., ,.. .,.'.''{ .,'., ", 'oI.. observed holi- members of the Starke Council
,, "/ .. .... "..,. continue to be as a night, Jan 31, at 1:30: o'clock in also to have the growers formulate should be given the approval to City
1L; CITY ,. 1 .,.1..... ..,,';."'1i,.. day by the merchants. The Santa Fire to work out arrangements for
I.tDI for the future Department
courthouse.In some plan
,. ... ,, t...... the float a proposed $450,000 bond
'." < .' "T"".
.,. IBM ji .1. ,,"'"'! Claus parade will be held Saturday the acquisition of right of way
; "
of the market.
ulll" .. his letter Kelly stated: "We operation issue for a construction and ren-
( )}' .tl ...->> .s "i1o... Dec. 6. at 9:30: a. m. ""In order 'to' have a Answers 2 CallsThe within the city limits.
program ovation
.,. ,"<. ,.. "" !t ,. + .4 'lW have been talking about a meeting program. For the past several weeks, the
.. 1, ... that will best serve this area the Starke Fire
call-
1"ff. r
-.l. N Dept. was
.. .. ; : .
I'I.!. ;...., .... \ .f'.ijr..:........'........".- .'. "'..-'JI"..........".' 2 From BradfordTo for several months and now farmers must speak up and let the Joins Company C- ed out during.the weekend to extinguish county the landowners has been in negotiating attempts to with get
.ft4.
I ILA -I .r' '. ''' .'" ....". we are ready to have it. Thereis State Marketing Department two fires.
,. rW"Y.' n ;"" Receive Degrees grass them to deed their: land for the
1 -..-.. 'r" no use telling yb'u Uiat keepingour know what we want and must
: ,
of
; Emery L. Griffin, a veteran Saturday morning the firemen
j .. .. f highway improvement project and
f, ....; ,... ..,.1;,.:.... ... '1..,'..II.;..... Alonzo H. Harfey III will receive market is very important to have' to get the Starke market on two years service with the U. S. put out a blaze apparently caused to set prices for moving buildingsand
\-l. .. .;;
.. I think do realize however "
.. us. its 'feet said.
.. you Kelly
4 .tI. Ii y the degree ,of Bachelor of Army enlisted this week in the by a cigarette. at the corner of I other improvements.It .
i that there must be some organization He urged that all in- I.
__ Mechanical Engineering at the growers National Guard Lafayette and Orange streets. 'was reported this week that

r : yI University of Florida's'. mid-year and.a plan set up for terested in the Starke market Griffis joined Co. C.. the Starke Sunday afternoon the depart about 25 persons have given tracts
,
}-I Y1; commencement exercises at 8 p.ra. us to follow. I can assure you come prepared to speak frankly unit,; and was assigned to the ment sent men and equipment to of land. Those agreeing on a price

$ rttr on Feb.. .1 in the Florida gymnasium that the State Marketing Department about the situation here and often Service Section as a welder with a grass fire near the .east city for the moving; :of improvements

....-.. i 1 ., is anxious.:.to do Whatever constructive suggestions the tank of PFC. Griffis:is em- limits Just off of Wilson road. have 'signed agreements which

M Betty" Jo- Goodsqn of Brooker we want them to do in order, the future operation of the facili- ployed by Humphreys Gold Corporation Though the f'J '\ta8'near a house, the:county ,will 1 Honor: when! the

will receive a Bachelor of Arts in to maintain: farmers market at ty. .i 0 none of the buildings-were burned. manet'becomes available
l'S/IfNI 1MMl1.1! a .
k Starke. .
-
I-
TMr Education degree at the same "
.
M>iiit.wittaM.l time. Kelly said that, the Jan. 31llllty IN BROOKER, POU1 LTRY PROJECT
---

. (:Map Reproduced From New York World Telegram) I '
0
Estimated At 72,6(1(

Starke was 'tagged., in "a recent enforcement." 300 Home Community Is Planned I II

article which ,appeared ",in the I I While actual,'speed traps" veto I

New York World-Telegram and a large extent disappearedfrom

Sun as One of the Southern cities i the highway" he wrote, Gains Noted In Ci) Population 'J'Cb.t'- fi.S J. t'il.M. "o -. ..;.,.--' -' -." .
.
fi.t:. ', ., '
; ,# I. .:..: ffift ... .' :
for which tourists should beware "the of strict law .
problem enforcement .. /
\ ,',"" t;''',r' ,iI."f{,. .., ... ...,... :,. -l
t ". """ 'F' -
.
,
because of "super-strict law enforcement has taken over. Not .: 1' :: -: :' "
Bradford County's populationhas population of the county at 12.- -. ,: ," .
: I that there is anything wrong It. : : ."
Starke and Bradford County. with strict law enforcement. It chalked up a net gain of 9.6 600. while the 1950 Federal Cen- c I c. 'J :

officials say it isn't so."It's I is merely that many posted speed per cent in the seven years since sus gave credit for 11,500. .et Li'1 t ;. / ', 'I
limits in Southern states are the 1950 census according to a The bureau's estimates are nt t a, 1
unfair, says Mayor W. made each by a + +'!+
entirely unrealistic." report just issued by the Bureauof once year pro- .; ;
Jackson. '
T. Economic and Business Research cedure developed by the Bureauof "
In another section he
"It's an irresponsible thing to com- College of Business Administration the Census. Department of ffa .\ ,
plains that many of the "schoolzone"
say" says County Judge T. A. University of Flor- Commerce and commonly knownas
signs are also unrealistic
Yawn. "Migration and Natural Increase -
either too small to see or inter- ida.The
"It's unfounded." says SheriffP. board estimates present Method Two."
fering with traffic when schoolis .
D. Reddish. Brevard and Broward Counties, --
Ill of their not in session. the fastest growing units in the Jjr4 _
support opinions, Another "over-strict" condition Carl Knight Dies
the officials contend that state had three times as many '
county article'is ,
described in the the \ __
inhabitants July 1. 1957 as en
on
the incidence .of arrests in both
the city and county is extremelylow electric timers which will makea April 1, 1950. according to theBureau's --c:
-
case against motorist drivingone *
a Was
in view''of the number of Long-Time estimates: .
mile an hour over the speed Although most Florida counties
cars which pass through daily. limit. '
showed substantial gains in this
The story In the New York "While the vast majority of
Official period, there were 13 that actually -
paper was written by Philip C. speed and police problems in County *
showed a net loss. These were M t }
Wallwork official of the Auto-
an Southern states stem from an -

mobile Legal. Assn. and was accompanied actual law violation by the mo- I Calhoun Hamilton, Holmes.Franklin Jefferson., Gilchrist La-, Air.\ and Mrs.\ Bigham Study Project ;;::1 Home, Two Chicken Houses Show Type of Operation Offered I

: by the map reproduced torist," the article says "thereare Carl Alvarez Knight, 72. a native
fayette, Levy, Liberty, Suwannee,
above with the cities indicatedin a few instances where a law of Starke arid long-time coun- Union Wakulla and Washington.Most Rumblings of activity just inside and other modern features. The ing H would be offered a contractfor Uement'plan..

which the author claimed violation is not involved. In fact ty official died Sunday morningin of these are in a belt start- the western edge of Brad-I chicken houses especially designed the purchase of the eggs by But with the plan for a monthly -
"super strict law enforcement has a Jacksonville hospital follow- Uni- the corporation which guaranteesthem income this problem will be
nothing is involved but an out- ing with Union County and extending ford County in recent weeks have ed Clyde Driggers of the

taken over" and-out illegal act by the police." ing an extended illness. north and west. brought..reports that a projectwas versity of Florida, boasts auto- $180 a month. removed. Of course Bigham admits -

The article did not state the Local officials answer these allegations Mr. Knight born in Starkeon Union's loss was estimated at being born which could mean matic feeding'systems and auto- "All that they have to do is to the company will also receive -

author's particular case againstthe with the premise thatif June 13 1885. the son of the 11.2 per cent from 8,900 in 1950 i much to the county and vicinity. matic .watering devices. Each can gather the eggs," Sumerel re- benefits by being able to

cities indicated, but stated these conditions existed here, late Thomas A. and Laura Alvarez to 7,900 in July 1957. Last week details of a far accommodate 1,000 birds. marked. And they don't have to have a dependable source of eggs

that it was written after he had they would certainly show up in Knight His father was a Baker County showed an estimated reaching program which is expected The model unit is offered for enter the hen house to do this, for an ever increasing market.

made a 4,000 mile inspection the police and court records. prominent early merchant' and gain of 17.5 per cent, from to bring 300 financially sale at 27500. The couple buy- but especially designed nests allow The new enterprise will resultin

trip of the South. "For the volume of traffic civic leader of Starke.Mr. 6.300 in 1950 to 7.400 in 1957. stable new couples and add sev- --- --- --- -- -- -- -- them to collect the eggs from a tremendous boost to the

Generally the author described flowing through the county, Knight had one of the Bradford's eastern neighbor, Clay eral million dollars annually into Lions To Present the outside. county financially if the expect-

what he considered "overstrictThe [Continued on Page Eight longest tenures of office on record! County, was credited with an the economic channels of the Under the contract, the corporation ations of Bigham and Sumerel are

here having served 20. years as estimated gain of 26.6 per cent area were unveiled by W. E. Big- Noted HypnotistIn will furnish the birds, realized.

I Plays At Gym Friday Bradford. County, Tax Collector.He from 14,300 in 1950 to 18.000 in ham Jr. of Brooker;; promoter, : the necessary medical care for Construction costs of the 300
units planned to be built in the
also served one term as City 1957. Much of this gain resulted of a number of enterprises and Show Here i them, supervisory personnel, sup-

of Starke Tax Assessor, and was from increases due to the Navy president of the new project,. and ply the feed and maintain the next five to seven years are pre-

for many ,years Deputy Clerk,.in installation at Green Cove Dan E. Sumerel, vicepresidentand houses. After the chickens have (Continued on Page Eight)

I Cage Team Trounces Green CoveThe the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Springs. -chairman'of the board of the : ,Dr. Morton Green, nationally passed their egg-laying peak the

Court of Bradford County. new ,enterprises.The : known hypnotist will be presented company will replace them. Football Banquet

idea behind the new in the usa Tuesday.'Feb. 11,
He had also served on the Starke program ,
Sumerel estimated that the
!
Bradford High Tornadoeswent Santa Fe "B" squad put City Council, and was former Dr. Ritch aweChiefOfStaff ., officially 'labeled the Florida by, the, Starke Lions Club, with resident would need to spend about Slated SaturdayThe
on a scoring spree Tuesday 'a scare into the local is to
junior of the Bradford County Poultry Ranches, Inc., proceeds going to the organi-
owner two hours a day in gather-
night in. Green Cove Springs as squadders in a game that ended create a. poultry raising ,community zation's fund for sight 'conservation -
they swamped the' Clay County 27-25. in favor of Bradford. Abstract Company. providing increased supplyof work. ing the eggs. annual banquet honoring
Mr. Knight was an elder in the members of the BHS
boys by a score of 17.28. Dickie Dicson was high man Of Hospital HereDr. eggs for the market while:'at .Mrs.: Lucille McLemore, publicity This is one of the reasons that Tornado
First Presbyterian Church of football squad will be held Satur-
The. Green Cove lads failed to with 10 points. the same time furnishing retired agent ,for Dr. Green, will be the project is designed for retir-
Starke and was a member of the day night Jan. 25, in the high
cause any'trouble for the local In the preliminary contest couples with modem homes, lei- in Starke through Friday working ed persons, Bigham explained.The
team which was led in the. rout Tuesday night the Bradford lassies Masonic lodge. T. G. Ritch was elected surely but useful occupations and I with the Lions Club in securing work involved. will be sufficient school cafeteria at 7:30 o'clock.
racked He is survived by his wife, Mrs. chief-of-staff of the Bradford to provide them with The principal speaker at this event
by 24 point scores up by were defeated by the Green guaranteed incomes to supplement advertising for the printed pro-

Reason Kirkland and Curtis Mc- Cove girls by a score of 3521. Clara ,Mae Shepherd Knight of County Hospital for the r"mnsyear ,,their I retired incomes.. gram .to be used in connectionwith mental and physical occupation will be Dr. Phil Constance, headof

Gee. Charles Noegel scored 11 Bradford Starke. but will leave plenty of time for the speech department of the
High's opponents in at a meeting of the medical A model unit was put on exhibit the hypnotist's appearance
points for BHS. Funeral services were held .in relaxation and other enjoyments. University of Florida and chairman -
during
games the coming weekwill staff of the last week to show what the I '
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Tues- hospital held recently. here.Dr. "It will be ideal Florida retirement of the Athletic Board.
At halftone the Bradford boys be Palatka '''tomorrow night new. enterprise is offering. The Green will stage a noon-
were ahead 3214. and Lake Butler next Tuesday day morning at 11 o'clock with Other staff officers are Dr. P. house and two' chicken houses day free show in the business living" Bigham said. The annual football trophies and

Last Friday night the Bradford night. Palatka will be guests of Rev. W. S. McAliley) and Rev. G. Felos vice-chief; and Dr. A. located about two miles west of district on Feb. 11, during'which The feature of the guaranteed individual awards will be present

boys also scored' a win but by a BHS on the local court and Tues Lewis D. Haines officiating. Interment J. Barry, secretarytreasurer.Others Brooker on the Worthington he will drive a car while blind- income will also attract ;the retired ed at this time, and each member

closer margin as they met SantaFe day ,night's game will be playedin was: in the family plotin attending the meetingwere Springs Road, is situated on four folded and will perform- other people. Bigham explained. of the squad win receive a foot

on the Starke court. The score Lake Butler. Crosby Lake Cemetery. Dr. H. H. Adams. Dr. D.:M. acres of land, all included in the feats of hypnotism. Many retired people with sub ball jacket

in this event was 45-41. The A and B boys and the Active pall bearers were Char- Christoffers, Dr. A. Y. Covington. package deal. I. Arrangements for Dr. Green's stantial savings or a retirement The banquet is being given this

Charles Noegel was high man girls team will all be featured on les A. Darby. J. R., Kelly. Gene Dr. L. H. Jennings, Dr. Carl H. The two bedroom block concrete appearance here were made at a income have found that they year by the Quarterback Club and

with 12 points and Reason Kirkland -! both nights with festivities beginning Long Carl Johns L. F. Dinkins. Wells pathologist and R..E. Ed- house is equipped with central meeting of the Lions Club Mon could not buy a home and live all members of.the squad and their

second with 10 points. at 6:30: p. m. and Adolph Gay.. mondson hospital administrator. heating, latest kitchen facilities day night. on' the remainder under the re- parents are invited to attend.I'Dle .
.


.



1 '41f
I I f


----- ----- -



i

TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.FLORIDA:.
Tnr.mm.\v--------.--, -Ttvmuv.-..,.....& ..... &tart......!.

I I I III '
-
editorialHow's

Farmer's DiaryBy


That, Richard? Sam McGarvcy Still Time to Start Your Encyclopedia Sell I



Vice President Richard M. Nixon who emceed Wonder what they were?
VOLUME NO.
the Republican soap opera on television Monday i Saw a really pretty herd of 2 Now on Sale.!

night, remarked that "No party has ever gone registered Black Angus cows in a

to the people with a better record." Well, let's pasture along a grade road lead- \
Volume No. I Still Sale !
see about that. ing southwest of Lawtey. They on

The Monday night affair was in the natureof had chains and tags around their I
H'H'I
a birthday party marking the fifth anniver- necks, and" were in excellentshape.

sary of 'President Eisenhower's White House "Rain followed by cold" Is still j e '"' Here's the greatest encyclopedia gai1.! ever! ,? I

tenure,' and at the same time kicking off the working around here, but we are .

GOP'S 1958 effort to elect a Republican House getting a lot more cold than we What's lot now hurting is that the the freeze cattlemen'a last ii offered! Volume No. 2 goes on sale TODAY-! I'':

and Senate. are rain [although that was a month ruined' the grazing in the"bays ,, 1'1

Republican\ leaders might also have hoped to good rain we had last week]. But and swamps and -ponds, Volume No. 1 is still on sale so you, can start: '

accomplish a third purpose with their festivities: it is still a lot better than up which in ordinary years helps the .. I I <

to with the country where we came from until the pastures comeback building set
erase birthday cake the sour taste still cows your right now.
where they are buried deep, in One stockman said his'lowland .
lingering from the rough treatment Mr. Eisenhower's ,

fair-haired boy, Ezra Taft Benson received snow. .- grazing'was ruined and that h
the rest of his place looked like a I
in an appearance before the Senate Agri Good way to start a conversation "concrete pasture." the/ World Honored,
culture Committee last week. Seldom has a out in the country these ea. WAGNALLS !]

Cabinet officer been subjected to such persistentand days Is to ask "how did your"wat There's red in the berry fields 25 Volume,

hostile grilling before a congressional com r pump come through the these days but it's on the leaves

mittee. Even his erstwhile Republican supporters freezes?" It seems that there and not the fruit. According to UNIVERSALSTANDARD II

deserted his sinking ship and joined 'in the freeze were a and lot of pumps lot'ot burst by the one grower the cold has turned ENCYCLOPA
busted
a pipes the leaves of his berry plants red.
general dissatisfaction with what Mr. Benson has open. One idea used by people -
brought forth after six .. .
years of futile effort. who have a pump house is to 0 '
Hope that all who inter-
Was this a part of the Republican record Mr. have a 100-watt electric bulb are Compare This Volume
ested, in the agricultural futureof
Nixon presented with such glowing "pride" Mon burning right under the pump Bradford County will attend With Volume Easy to 0 wn, on Our
housing during weather. .Any
day night? freezing the big meeting to be held in the VOL 1 .. ,. ,
If so, let's examine some other phases of Eisenhower There were other ideas, but we courthouse Friday night, Jan. 31. Wo"h$4.001 -

promises contrasted with performances; use and the it has dripping-faucet worked scheme, From all indications, there will d only' az It IlOOK-A-WEEK PLAN I I

and see if they could conceivably have been what '* .so far. be a big crowd, there, and if .- .

Mr.As Nixon was referring to. Well they've had twins again helping everyone to goes solve with the the problem idea of of ... Go to any A &.P Super Market. Pick up
columnist Drew Pearson puts it here's the aIp
out at Graves Home Dairy out the market, then maybe 1t can be a ,' '
Eisenhower Scoreboard of 1952 promises as com- near Sampson Lake, and the newcomers done. 1 Volume No._ I for only l 25c'ilb( 2.50

pared with performance: are identical bulls [grade e 1 e i w L

1. "We will stop wild spending of your money Guernsey] and pretty as a pic- Not hard to"spot the .berry : 1 in oilier purchases: ). Then; add a volume I
and prevent these recurring national deficits ture. Incidentally, they had another patches in the county now, [for With $2.50 ia .

from putting the pressure on your money to go about set Ii of twins) at that dairy you can see the big piles of .!, x purchases each} week, until your set is com-

down and down." Cost of living today is at an year.ago. mulch even before you see the l' : Inert, ru r II

all-time high. Inflation has gone up ,and up Told Troy Bennett about the planting is ready of now berries., and The the mulching growers Each Week!/Another. plete l for only 99c per i I,

while the value of' the dollar has gone down and twins, and he said that in all the are waiting for the right kind of s .t ; Volume olhe.Se'1_ ANYpurchase

down. time he has raised beef cows, weather, for if they have it put rUntil' Your Set s Complete UlllCVIlt

2. "The Republican '''Party is pledged. to the they have never brought twins. on and it turns off very cold, .

sustaining ol the 90 per cent parity price supportand And Troy whooped and hollered then the plants can be set back.Didn't for ,. ).
about the cost of his '
it is feeding cows a *
pledged
even more than that to help- t 99ft:0.
since the cold weather started.
ing the farmer obtain his full parity, 100 per Said it had been costing him $100a know that we could have ,t \ Y
cent heel flies around in this weather '
parity, 'with the guarantee in the price supports week, and that he is about togo .
but one man who has cows said .
of 90 per cent. Candidate Eisenhowerat broke. with :
.
his.stock r any .
he :
saw some pestering ;.'x w
.
Brookings'' S. D. on Oct. 4, 1952. Last week S What we're wondering is how the f :; 1. ; 1-! purchaseDeluxe '1: We Ask You to Compare Tnffncytfopeda [, ._ 1,. '{

Mr. Eisenhower sent a message to Congress urging Saw some big white birds this cussed flies keep warm in thIS II > ?v ,1 ( -i. ff ,. : With'Any Set' ... h'.,! I

that price supports,be reduced to 60 per cent. week which we could not identify. cold weather! \ r -;.: ." :.a Selling for$100. or more "" ,,,,;!, I II
3. "I am for A whole flock of them were fol 5. I ( J li, ): *, k.. '
programs to put a firm founda- 1 x > "
lowing a farmer who was discing .* v, f. t x', If, after comparing your first :r 't, ,{ >;; I'I'
tion under farm But the cold is a blessing to ; ,
prosperity'and to strengthen out in .f volume of our (et with a similar i. '" :
a place near the old Wainwright _
the family farm as the mainstay of our agricul- farm. The birds"were about some at'least. Saw a man in the I ", volume of sets selling for ., ..". 4t II II$100.00or
"
'
tural t i- more,you do not feel f. < "
production. business this'week1 and" he
,
Candidate
Eisenhower at the size of sea gulls and they gas convinced that it faw. ', ,

Columbia, S;! C.,. Sept. 30, 152. Secretary Ben7 had black on their .wings, and was.happy, asa lark pulling up 'a:,' r' 4 orably in every way compares please re .. '" $." -k: '_>
son,'with Eisenhower's1{endorsement, now advocates { they had a peculiar cry like gulls. row of young green peas! ,I I'sernCa turn your volume and your *,.' '''' .
the Edition money! will be refunded without ', '. II
end of the'family farm and has succeeded l : .tI ,
hereof'on ,. ,
copy : Theron A. question. A&P
in driving, small farmers 'from their In TbrTirrult 'oart of the EI btbJudicial :Yawn, Jr.; plaintiffs' attorney, l "Rih
ttrrult of Florida U Hud whose address is 25 VOLUMES-9.446 PAGES 114t
farms in 1957. for tiradTerd Cvnalr. : Post Office I .' ". :
,
Drawer :791 Starke Florida OB
4. "We shall review '' I. ('bueery. or ht'tlll'said "' : h
our entire preparedness' date as required by i 5,850,000 WORDS-30,000 SUBJECTS-5,750: .
Case Xo. 12-438 the laws .. : M'" '
program and we shall strip it clean of waste lack JAMES L. ANDREWS and his wife of Florida and the Florida I -. > > "
SHIRLEY KEILL' ANDREWS,1,: Rules of Civil Procedure If, you 1 MAPS, ILLUSTRATIONS DRAWINGS AND DIAGRAMS. _,: .
of coordination inertia and conflict between the PUinyffs, vs. W. D. BARNES, et'aI, fail to do so.a decree pro confesso '! 8Y2'Inches and % Inches Wide and <" : "
services," The Defendants. will be entered against you for.the : Each Volume is High 5 ':tO. ,, _

cent., missile;m ddle'Republicanplatform.speaks for Itself. The ,re STIT TO QUIET TITLE relief IT IS.demanded HEREBY in ORDERED the complaint that I Contains ApPr xim t ry'2O .o O,words"on 375 double. :, } .,; '"

5. "Never Order Publication. aad Aotiee to this order and notice .shall be pub columned Pages-Science! Nature Geography Inventions J ,
again must the crime of mass unemployment lished once uc'h't'k for four History, ,< :'

be visited upon our people." Can- 1;Defend THE NAME OF THE STATE: OF County consecutive Telegraph weeks in a The newspaper Bradford 1 Medicine, Engineering, I Indus -th.full field of man's.Knowledge, ,,. ? ; !; ., .

didate Eisenhower at Worcester, Mass., Oct. 20, FLORIDA, TO: published in Pradford County, '
1952. Unemployment is The Bradford County Bank, a Florida and having a general circulation I
now approaching four
corporation Simon J._ Temple and in said 'county
;
I i million, with new lay-offs announced daily. his wife, Sarah J. Temple; GeorgeE. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of .-- .
6. "In this critical Pace and his wife, Margaret said Circuit Court of Bradford r
problem of adequate educatioa'we Pace; Albert Y. Cooksey; W. D. County, Florida and the seal of : 1
.i must now undertake ,to help needy Dames; J. M. Johns and his wife, said Court at 'Starke Bradford itli 1
Anna C. Johns; Ervin Johns T, County Florida on this 14th day
It states build schools. Candidate Eisenhowerat William Pemberton; Mary E. Pem-; of January, A.D.- 1958. Sunnybrook Medium Grade "A
Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 9. 1952. No school berton; Elizabeth F. Johns; AnnieM. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Charles A.
Darby
Jones also known Anna
AS M.
\
construction bill has passed in five years and Long> and her husband, J. X.. Jones: Clerk of the Circuit Court of
last summer Mr. Eisenhower T. W. Elarbee and his wife, Cora Bradford County, Florida.:
failed to lift a fin- Theron A. ,
Elarbee; Eveline B. Bennett; Mar- Yawn Jr. Attorney for
ger to aid its passage. tha L. Bennett, also known as Martha Plaintiffs. Post Office Drawer, 791
7. "We must have better L. Jones, and her' husband Starke Florida.: 1J17t 217WHEN
housing for those
Aaron Jones; Hannah L. Bennett
; EGG
Americans who are forced to live in slums and Lorena Jones; Leonia Overstreet; DOZ 7c I i
substandard H. L. Overstreet; J.W.* Andrews iI
dwellings and blighted neighbor- and his wife, A. D. Andrews; JacobJ. ; : I
"
hoods. Candidate Eisenhower at Pittsburgh, Johns; Hannah L. Overetreet and
her husband, Henry L. Overstreet
Oct. 27, 1952. Last year Mr. Eisenhower criticized C. E. Hayes. and his wife, Anna M.; oa'1NEED l \
Congress for passing a 177-million dollar Hayes; John D. McKinley: T. S. ,
urban Hewke and his wife, Alice C. M. .. I
. slum clearance housing program: He also Hewke; Walter H. Sergent; Mae ,
used his veto to kill a bill providing direct loans Hewke Sergent; and Allie B. Riteh
if alive, and If any of the above
to war veterans for home construction. named persons be dead, then his Super-Right Mild or Hot
unknown heirs, devisees, legatees,
8. "The who
people
pay the' taxes will know
grantors lienors creditors or other
where we'are going. They will know that we are person claiming any interest In Jane Parker Delicious

on our away toward a, balanced budget toward by the, through hereinafter, under described or against property each '

reduction' in the national debt, toward lower such deceased, and all other persons

taxes* Candidate Eisenhower at St. Louis, erty claiming hereinafter any interest described in the prop-by, S ;

Sept. 20, 1952. Taxes have not been lowered, either through of, under them; or and against all other them persona or- TO Cherry Pie usage

and will not be this year. The President indicates claiming any right, title, or
the budget will interest whatever in or to the following ...
not be
balanced and there lands situate In Bradford. .
will be an increase in the national debt County, Florida, to-wit: LB J

9. "In development of water storage basins Corner Beginning of Block at the Thirty Northwest(30) of I LARGE C C

for reclamation of the lands of the great West, the original survey of the Townof BORROWMONEY 43 1 41
I shall Starke, Florida as the sane BAG
recommend that the Congress make avail- appears of record in the public 8-INCH
able public money for the construction of such records of Bradford County inDeed .
Book X, page ,59, and run
projects wherever needed." Candidate Eisenhower South Seventeen (17) degrees I

Nov 1. 1952. A bill providing for the along Fifty-five the (East es) minutes boundary West of Ann Page

development of Hell's Canyon largest water Walnut Street 271.2 feet to a
storage basin in the U. point .of beginning. From the
S. ,
was vetoed by Eisenhower point of beginning thus described -
and tremendous pressure was put on Con- run thence South Sixty-; Crest # Delightful
eight. ((68)) degrees Fifty (50))
gress by' the White KETCHUP '
House to defeat it. minutes East 73 feet; thence
10. "Whatever I can do to further the cause run South Nineteen (IS) degrees' -

of small business and provide a 'diversified industry Fifty (50)Thirty-onfe seconds<31)West minutes BUS SEE US

in all small business, I shall do." Can- '. feet: thence Twenty run(U) North minutes 72 West degrees Ice Cream 14 OZ 2 Ci

didate Eisenhower at Manchester, N. H., Oct. .0.$ feet; thence run North .
.
21, 1952. small Seventeen (IT) degrees Fifty- .
Today, -business '
continues to five (55) minutes East BS fret '
stagger unassisted by' Washington and small to point of beginning lying and i d BOTTLESCabin

business' bankruptcies. reached an all-time high being(SEtt) the"of the Southeast Southwest Quarter Quarter Loans up to GAL _4'I .
last year. '(SWH! ) of Section Twenty- U C !
eight (%$),. Town!>hlp Six (6) I2 69 I
Mr/; Nixon.is not, above play-acting on occasion South, Range Twenty-two (22): Home
as we-well remember from his now famous role .East in. the City of Starke, CTN
Bradford h I
County. Florida.
) "
$.6.Q"Folks (
with the family dog some years ago However GREETINGS; You are hereby ,
it seems to us that he reached new heights b! notified been that a suitin equity has
brought against
you and each '
histrionics when The faced the American people of you, and Also against Ruby --E_ '- COrn Meal I
May Long E. W. .
; Hayes 'and his
Monday night and said, with a straight face: wife Ruby A.- Hayes; E. J. Howl, Ann .
"No party has ever gone to the people. with. a ing and his wife.'Cleone M. Dowl- Find Us Friendly"! Page I
better ing; W. p. Smith; and -NeJIe H.
'record. Nollman and her 'husband, W. H. LB
Let's let the forgotten Xollman, as defendants by James I
the .
farmers
small business
IA. Andrews aad )tisII.ire. Shirley 5 29 C
men, inflation-ridden fixed-income citizens Neill Andrews, as 'plaintiffs, in the LOCAL FINANCE MayonnaiseQUART BAG

the teachers and students in overcrowded schools that above the entitled relief Court sought and in said cause suit: _

.be the judge of, ,that.. is to remove clouds from and quiet -
and confirm the plaintiffs' title to. 'COMPANY t ian.w .. ...
the above described, lands as an terw awe +a .nr IF

,. 'nt B W r!, ha, .. CoUNTY T LE6RAf rt to Indefeasible against the fee claims simple title there
of
1 you and 1 / 1 1
0
EST: IBT9 each of you: and you are hereby 114 N. Walnut St. 1 1 1k
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY kcwiAFCT I summoned ordered and required to 49c
PUBLJSNCD .tONTlNOMlLY. : file complaint your answer In said or cause defenses in the to the of ((3. Doors from Post Office) I w Ial ef/r MMa1. YMM eM Ma..eeI
'
\1N EIt'THI'AMC. .. RAsmtAD.... : flee of the undersigned Clerk of 412 Call "Street
; ,
: a .
;)r said
Phones
Court at Starke, Bradford 580 and 581
ruatassED EACH FRIDAY.AND CNTfcllXD .
: ,
( SECOND CLAM Starke FloridaPAGE
County Florida ,
HATTER AT THE' *Det'bPPICE I on -or before the i
THK ..A.CT..IOP. ''''''''".1.1.,'''t ATltARKa.'trlORtDAi11NO1tR. ". ,; ., l ,!"fl' 17th: i day trFebrdary.: 1J3S.' and la__
.J
.
:: 74
j ; :
h'
0 : ( tI.- >

1 1I I


,

1l!
'
1



I I

.tl, t
.
.
.
THURSDAY. JANUARY 2S. 1958!< BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH, STABSK, FLORTD.C PAGE inr.:nftTTTYTTT

,
TTTTTTTTTTTTTfLAWTEY ed Mr. and Mrs. A. J.. Crawfordand Mr._ 'and Mrs. Marvin{ Rosier,and! family were Sunday dinner guest ris will be..inteies\) ; :d to learn thai luncheon! guests of the,Guy Har- Barbara Site and children were in Jacksonville Monday) ,
family on Sunday., children visited Mrs. Pat Thompson of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tanner she has recovered',suffic. ently to rells Sunday.; visitors of Mrs. Bole Lane of Mr. and Mrs Charlie H

\ Renee, Mickey, .and Fred Moore in Jacksonville on Saturday.Mrs. and son in Jacksonville. be brought home. from, Doctor's 1 Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gainesville Thursday.Mr. of Jacksonville visited u:
were in.Wildwood on Saturday for Geneva Wilkison and Miss Elizabeth Terry. Mrs. Hospital in Starke., However, she Hicks during the weekend were and Mrs. Marshman Red- home of Mr. and Mrs. t
By Mrs. Joyce T. FetchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAah a Visit. with Mr. and Mrs. S. D. daughter Gloria, and granddaughter Joyce and Ralph Futch were is still having to use an oxygen Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Russ and dish spent Sunday with Mr. Red- Thornton Saturday night.
Andrews and daughter and new Deborah Napier, spent the shopping in Jacksonville on Saturday tent. children Mr. and Mrs. Harry dish's sister and family Mr. and Don't forget our Church '
baby son, Andy. Mrs. Moore returned weekend with Bennett Wilkisonand and stopped by to see Mr. Mr.. and Mrs.. Drew Wilkinson Sapp and children of Apopka Mr Mrs. Roland Mervin Jr. of Jack- ; vices-bye now.Carpenter. *

Mrs. Maude Rhoden of Port. home with them in the boys. Mrs. Napier came for and Mrs. G. W. Durham on their visited in Jacksonville Saturday and Mrs. Pasco Green and children sonville. Jt
them on Sunday.Mr. return trip. with their son and daughter-in- of Eustis Mr. and Mrs. Earl] Among the sick are little Eleanor -
Pierce is evening. BuL i
interest looking: after her business Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley, hon- and Mrs. T. W. Tatum and Mr. R. H. McCauley and daughter law Mr. and Mrs.,Earl Wilkinson Todd of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs.. Lee and our youngest son, .
here this week.
had as weekend guests Mr. and children. Frank Polk and children Mrs Wayne.We .
The of the ored their daughter Carol Jean Sharon were in Gainesville on Years E !
boys Lawtey Junior for visit with Miss Eli. and Mrs. Harvey Padgett. jiid- Timmons: Funeral Allie Taylor and Mrs. Theodore were grieved this week, to Forty peri{ !
at their Sunday a
High Basket Ball team, with their with a birthday party' afternoon. dleburg and R." M. M d iUey: of Funeral,services for ,Mrs. Fannie Tyler of Jacksonville. JohnnY learn of the recent deaths of William
coach, Hugh B. Ingram, and their home: on Saturday zabeth Tatum. Daytona. Timmons wife of J.'B. Tim- Waters of Lakeland and Junior Fronzo Rosier and Bill Pat- New Work Alternt'I I,

teacher Butler James C. Smith were in celebrate About 20 this young pleasant friends occasion.helped. Gerald Mr. and had Mrs.as Sunday Roy Griffis guests and Mr. ,Recent guests of., .Ma'd Leona, mons' of Middleburg were held at and Herman Waters of Miami. terson. May God comfort each Call or Write for Estir., :
Lake on Friday evening for Edwards were Mr. and Mrs. I.. L Long"|Branch' Baptist C,4urchWMQP.May Allen Lucas of Lakeland the family as only He can do. Mr. ,
a game. Our boys were victoriousat Mrs. Edgar Strickland .and, and.Mrs. Everett Rowe Mr.and andMrs. Mr. Wainwright .and, son ''Ptl'!' Avon afternoon Jan. 22, at foster son of Mrs. Florence Varn- Rosier was a native of Union Melvin Mayee !
this time, with. a final score of daughter of'Green Cove visited Marvin' Thompson Park. 2 p. m.; Mrs'Timmons.died sUddenly adoe of Brooker. was buried at County and had lived in Jacksonville e
19-16., the Lewin Redding family on Sun and Mrs. Asure Johns and familyof i ."'1,1', at her-home in Middleburg Dedan Cemetery Sunday after- for the past 15 years. He had Phone 313-J
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman of day.Mr. Jacksonville and MrJ; and Mrs. last, l'ddaynighLFuneral: services noon at 2 o'clock. He is survived many friends in the community
Highland:' Rev. and Mrs. 'E. P. and Mrs. V. D. Dickerson George Griffis and daughter of were cocducfa1 J&v Rr!>v. RobertHcjtsn ;by his wife Mrs. Sylvania Waters and was the nephew' of Mr. and P. 0. Box 29 ..f' ,

Sheetz, with members of the First of Jacksonville' spent Saturdaywith New River. "MAXVlLlF. rf: T-...mr.ft. Active Lucas, and four daughters, Grade Mrs. J. M..Rosier. Mr. Patterson.
BapUat:Church went to the home the Leon Wilkersons. Mr. and Mrs.'Landon Griffis of pallbearer ffcr Tlorvey, Padgett, Nelly, Bula. Opal and one originally from the North was 1= -
of Mrs. Senie Prevatt: on Sunday Mrs. R. M. Carter of Live Oak Jacksonville spent Sunday with Leroy Smith **. *, .Cesary, Ellis son James. making Starke his home. He was
afternoon and held a prayer ser and Mrs. Maxine Carter of Jacksonville Mr.; and Mrs. Levin Griffis. By Mn. (LB. Nolan Hatcher Iv Hatcher.} Joe Pad- Mrs. Mattie Sowells and Mrs an employee of the Farm. Home FOR DEPENDAnt \

vie,. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham &&&&&&&&&&&&..&&&&.&A4AN gett end {lubbard Padgett.. Besieges Viola Gillis were id Santa Fe and & Auto Supply and will be }remembered -
Mrs Nellie Wilkerson had as Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Green and and daughter of Marville her: husband, J, B. TiQJons Worthington Springs on business by our farmers and Termite ConlrJO

guests during the weekend Mr family. were weekend guests of :Mr. and Merle Higginbotham from returned- ten ,. she is survived by her mother Saturday neighbors as "Bill".

and Mrs. Manus Griffis and fam- Mrs. Jimmy Ray and family of I Mrs. Nathan Starling. home last Thursday with a her Mrs.. Liza Ann Harris of Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs.R. Household & Comma '
Jacksonville
ily of Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Jacksonville visited,, Vernie Pad-'I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bryant and day brother-in-law visit in and sister Mr. and; Maxville; one son. Bill of Middle- .!YY YYY YYYYYYYYYYYYYYII L. Morgan and family was Feet Control
Batton and son, and Mr. and gett and daughters on Sunday family visited Mr. and Mrs. G. F.' Schmehls and children.Friends burg; six brothers; Alfred, Wesley,' Miss Delvene Morgan of White

Mr*. Virgil Criffis of Jacksonville. Mrs. Ollie Pick and daughterwere Thompson in Ocala on Saturday.Mr. 1 I Mrs. Lyle of J. W. Jones will be Winfj-ed,.Robbie,,Leo_and:Woodrow ElL RON fi I Springs. 0 Grove Spraying

Mr., and Mrs. Homer Hart have business 'visitors to Middle- .and Mrs. Josey Starling and'.interested to know that 'he has Harris, aU of MaxvUle: and If! Mr, and Mrs. Milton Buck

moved from the J. Q. Rosier hometo burg on Saturday.Mr. '. daughter, Geraldine, and Mrs. W. ,returned to his home in Maxville two.sisters!$, .Kathie Smith of By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy&AMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAA. Norman .of Jacksonville visitedMr. GallFB. 6-60U
their. new home at Jacksonville and Mrs. W. L. Mills; Jr. M. Muse spent the weekend In several months stay with Jackspnville and Bessie Dees of and Mrs. Jimmie Lee Satur- t
after
Beach. Mrs. Hart is the former announce the arrival of a daughter Sanford with W. H. Pringle and' his son a Sidney Jones inTampa. Doctor's Inlet. The funeral services day afternoon. Florida Pest Cons ,

Shirley Rosier. Tammy Annette, on Jan. 12 family. Prior to returning home Mr, Jones were,directed by the Tucker Howdy ,and congratulations to Mrs. Delores CarmichaeJ and & Chemical 'C .
Mr., and Mrs. Woodrow Arwood ia St. Luke's Hospital. Wilbert Crawford of Avon Park I was ill and in the hospital but Funeral Home of Green' Cove Mr. and Mrs. G, C. Hatton of daughter, Sandra of Jacksonvillewere <
and sons of Melrose were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Wilkersonof visited the Melson Privett family i lis. somewhat 'improved .now. Springs and interment ,was in the: Snea s. who announce the birth weekend. guests of Mr., and 24 N. W. 18th Ave.4iafneevule I
i
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl the State ,Farm, Miss Gloria this week. Mesdames pscar Harris, Raymond Long Branch'Cemetery.BROOKER. of a daughter, Cynthia Susan Mrs. ,Bill Reddish and family Florid* jI
Carter and sons. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had Kilgore Dewey McPhersonand bOrn Dec. 23 in Quincy Hospital. ; Clyde Johns visited his children

Rev. Tompkins, Chaplain at the Wilkerson spent Saturday night as guests during the weekend :Mr. Clifton Nolan acted: as judgesfor Y.YYYYYYYTT"YYYYYYYYYYT : Mrs. Hatton is the former Miss ___
u un -
State Farm, was the guest speaker and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Peavy, Mrs: Gara the Cooking Prpject for the I kfelba( Clemmons.. I _
at the Methodist Church on V. D. Dickerson. and family in Dorman Mrs." Ernest Peavy of 4rB Pub Girls on ;..Achievement Mrs. Tate Crosby was honored II
Sunday in the absence of the 'pas- .Jacksonville. Ocoee and J. C. Prevatt of Ja.meal Ocala Day which' was held at the Bald-' Thursday night with a surprise, J Want to Remind My Friends in Bradfc
tor Troy M. Wakefield.Mrs. Last week seemed to be an un- Henry Tanner and win School last Monday Jan.. 20' By Barbara Sue Davis 'birthday upper Those enjoyingthis
Mattie Carter and family fortunate week for our Marshal, Adams Jacksonville visited the The Maxville PTA met Wednesday happy occasion with'her were '
Dave Tanners on Saturday & &&&A&&A&&A&as Mrs. Millie Phillips of Live Oak County That I Am Stijl 1 With Duv al.IVfa',
had as guests during the weekendMr. L P. Rafuse as his wife, Myra, Jan. 15, at the school house
and Mrs. Nick Pope and his daughter Mrs. Harold Norman Mrs. Edward Beebe was in The school principal showed Mrs. Leah Brown of Jacksonville
daughter and Mrs. Christobel Val- and grandson Charles Norman Gainesville on Saturday to register everyone the film projector, which Mrs. Jessie Young president of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crawford :Mr. Co. of Jacksonville as Sales Represent

enti of Jacksonville. were an patients in Doctors for a course at the University had just been overhauled and also the ,Starke Garden Club, accompanied and ,Mrs. Howard Brown and
Friends of Jesse Smith will regret Hospital in Starke. of Florida next semester. I II the record player that belongs to Mrs Clara Leamon [ for- mother Mrs. Nita Brown of
to learn that he entered the Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette, andO. I Rev. and Mrs. E.' P. Sheetz had, the school. A film was shown on mer missionary to the Brooker Starke. During the evening the d i

Veterans Hospital in Lake City on J.'s mother, Mrs. Boyette and as guests on Sunday Rev. and, Health and Cleanliness. Mrs. Garden Club Friday night Jan. honoree opened her lovely gifts.
Sunday.Mr. family of Valdosta, Ga., and and Mrs. Leon Brewer and and Mrs. Raymond Williams of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Markhamof the room count and were awardeda vie on birds in Florida and gave many more birthdays ,Amanda. iiY iiYDuval iI
an interesting talk on their habit the
Miss Joyce Morgan spent
family of Keystone Heights visit- Jacksonville were weekend guestsof Jacksonville. Rev. Stover dollar.
Lonnie Harris of the Lake City and nature. After refreshments, weekend with relatives in White
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Durban and Baptist brought Church the message in the at evening.the First Veteran's hospital spent the were served by Mrs. Ann Klein. Springs. I

MUSIC LESSONS sons.Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L S. Guests of the Jack Crawfords weekend here with his family. man and Mrs. Lucille Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thorntonand
We are glad that Mr. and Mrs. the regular meeting was called to children were Sunday guestsof
Accordion Guitar Tanner during the week were Mr. during the weekend were Emory Slade were able to take order by the Pres., Mrs. Louise Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thorntonof It
Piano Marimba and Mrs. Charles Zack and son, Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Craw- Avery Wood. During the meeting the
home from the st.Vincent's Jacksonville.
John, of Greenlawn L. I., and ford and family and their daughter their new baby I
Executive Board announced that Solano and
W.
Beginner Instruments Hospital in Jacksonvillelast Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zack of Jack Betty Crawford of Jackson : : Mrs. Betty Gainey had been accepted daughter Sandra, visited friendsin Motor Company has been in the same
Furnished sonville. ville. Thursday. cation for the past 41 We volume deal ,
A Revival is being held this as a member of the Club. Jacksonville Saturday. years. are a
Thursday Afternoons Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vanzant and Mr. and Mrs. Erlie Padgett had ,week at.the Congregational Holi- Visitors included Mrs. Ellen Mrs. Carrie Scarbrough of and, therefore, make less profit on more deals t.

119 S. Thompson St. family had as. guests on TuesdayMrs. as,:Sunday dinner guests Mr.'and ness Church hi Maxville and is Barbara of Jacksonville Mrs. Ocala was Mrs. Ida Sweat's gueston any other dealer in the South. When you good pet k:
Willie Mae Foreman and Mrs. Mrs. Elbert Mathis of Callahan being conducted by'the Rev. Teddy Harry Bennett and Mrs. Guy Monday during which time of Bradford County need a new Ford, English Fc ,
George Teston of Savannah, Ga. and Mrs. Ida Padgett of Tallahassee.
Harrell. visited Jacksonville.
Jones of Brandy Branch they Ford Truck of used call
]I new or any type car, me <
Zuline Harrell and daughter George I
: rdiall invited to Mrs. Mrs.. Annie Kelly. Mrs.. :
is co y ---- --- ---
Mr.. and Mrs.. Preston Green'and attend.Everyone: are visiting relatives in Washington I Reddish and Miss Clara Dean lect or drop me a card and let me meet you at t .
'
That's Our Business their 'two sons left'Mond y to We regret that little Misses D. C. for a few days. Clark visited the latter's mother,I dealership in Jacksonville.

make their home in .Adel Ga.. Faye Higgin- Mr. and Mrs. Sunny Dukes and, Mrs. Mamie Clark who is seri- a
If It's Glass We Have Itl! Marian and Donna Be smart -,take advantage of the long deals o i
Green will be operat of Lake
and
\YhereMr.: ill at'the home oftheir.paregts new son daughter ously ill in St. Vincent's Hospitalin
CALL WRITE or VISIT Ing.the Western Auto Store which botham are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butler are visiting Mrs. Dukes pa- Jacksonville Monday. Please volume dealer and still deal with home folks. Renu

: : < II Sie'purchased'recently. We regret Higginbotham,<, and.we.wish them ents, the Earnest Russes, for a I join with many who are prayingin her, John Inman Is our Sales Manager. You kr I

,J Joe Peters Glass Co.. losing this fine family from our a speedy recovery. few days. her behalf. that ,when you get two Bradford County boys works
community.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carter of Mrs. Vasco Hazen of Starke, Weekend guests of Mr. end Mrs.N. for you, you .are bound to get the best deal possible.
FOR and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs had Cove Springs were Sunday Mrs. Mattie Davis of Graham, and P. Crosby were Mr. and Mrs.
ANY GLASS NEED Green
Give me a chance on next deal.
We Design Modern .Store Fronts as guests during the week Mr. guests of Mrs. Carter's brother Mrs. Jewell Eddie of Waldo visit- M. L. Beach of Jacksonville.Mrs. your f
and Mrs. Davis Kite of Orange and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ed Mrs. Mattie Sowells Thursday Margaret Lee of Green Sincerely
Just Mail Us
A Pattern for
Lake Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dobbs North. afternoon Cove Springs visited her son, Rev.
John
Table Tops of Gainesville and their sons Mr. and Mrs..Doss.Higginboth- Mr. and Mrs.,Orville Taylor and Walter Lee and our Church Sun- F. B. (Doc) Wainwright k

1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 Berney and Cecil Jacksonville.Mr. : am and family and Mrs. H. R. sons were dinner guests of Mr. day. She is 84 years old and an Your Ford Salesman.
6 and Mrs. Carl Newman and Kilgcre and family attended a and Mrs. Warren Mizelle Tuesday inspiration to all she meets.
Mrs. Myrtice Adkins of Jackson- birthday party,in Jacksonville last afternoon. They are enroute from Mrs. W. A. Solano and Mrs.
ville visited L P. and Joan Rafuse Friday night for Mrs. Paul Gar- Greece to Calif. where Mr. Taylor
on Wednesday evening.Mrs. will be stationed.
Mae Wells Mrs. Martha I rett.Mrs.. Gene Cuzzort of Gainesville Terry Dukes and Walter and
He waited too long.to Bales and daughters and the I I visited with her parents. Mr. Wilbur Taylor of Worthington
.
Hubert Priests visited Stephen I I and Mrs. Clifton Carter on Clay Springs ,were Sunday guests of
check up on Foster Memorial at White Springson Hill from Thursday through Sunday Karen Mizelle.
The Senior Girls 4-H Club helda
Sunday. of last week, Mr. Cuzzort
.his property insurance! Mrs. Sarah Norsworthy of spent Saturday night with them meeting Saturday morning Jan. IT PAYS JO GO *2i
Jacksonville is visiting her son. and carried his wife home with 18, at the Community Center.
An under-insured home be the of week. Miss Dorothy Ross, the 4-H leader -
can cause severe financial Colonel, and family this him on Sunday.
embarrassment. if fire or other disaster strikes. Be sure Mr. and Mrs. H., H. Hamiltonwere The boys and girls basketball was present,with nine of the 7 '
your property insurance has kept pace with the times and the in Gainesville on Friday teams of Baldwin won both games club members. Officers were elected U'.j
additions and improvements you have made on your home lathe evening for a visit with Mr. and last Friday night when they play- for the new year as follows:
past years. Call oa us for a property insurance checkup. Mrs. Norman Hamilton and ed with Yulee.. They will play St.' Pres.. Judy Kelly; Vice Pres., Lin- Cav.- ar+;;; ?i'fi .
today. daughter Cathy. George. Ga. there next Friday da Gale Green: Sec. and Treas.

Mrs. Mary Reddish has as her night Jan. 24, and then on Tues- Virginia Parrish: Reporter. Bar- iv M B

HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY guest her sister Mrs. Nellie I day night Jan. 31, they will play bara Sue Davis; Song Leader
Osteen, of Tampa. On Sunday an- Crescent City in Baldwin. Let's Argent Thomlinson; Delegate to Modern l {arming rii -

"INSURANCE SPECIALISTS" other sister Mrs. Lu Norman whois keep it in mind and try to attend the County Council Mary Jane

200 E. Call Street Phone. 146 staying in Jacksonville and these games. Biguam.!- t ii ( Electricity pays dividends all around the farm
Night: Call Harry Rabb 536-J Mrs. Newt Norman'and son visited We are glad to report that Mrs. We are sorry,to hear, that Austin pumping water, powering laborsavingmachinery
them. l D. B. Griffis seems to be improv- Gay is a patient in Bradford lighting, refrigerating keeping i -s
Starke, Florida and Mrs. Earl Teston and ing from a recent illness. She had County Hospital due to an ac- s y costs down, profits up. Day or night, you work Ir.f
Mr. ,, better, thanks to electricity the E" } -; ;'-
"Big *
last ident last week, and wish him a
to be rushed to the hospital ; in modern fam ng. 'if-..> 'it2f3rt&s
Friday night. speedy recovery.

I FREE FREE Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown and Diekie"Davis'vislted Hughey Sunday E. --v> .; -..-;.,
children have returned home from Crosby In Fairbanks /-4a** war
Jacksonville after spending a morning; % I
week with Mr. Brown's brother- Guests of the G. W. Davis fam- '_ .

. 14 FT. B.G. SPECIAL BOAT in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. ily for the weekend were Mr. and 4:..
Richard Covey and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Sapp and children of
. -f .. .. y .. Apopka and Hughey E. Crosby of
Erb.
Everett
a '.::.1'i.f: ;
{;t Miss_ Vivian Browning of Jacksonville Moffet Field. Calif. : j1'y
;. visited with her brother Mr. and Mrs.L. M. Gaines and =
and s r-in-Jaw. Mr. ]and Mrs.J. son of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.
t1., 'fit, Hancock of Gainesville visited the
j -E H. Browning, last Saturday.Mr. .
U .'and Mrs. J. D. Padgett wenton W. E. Bigham Jr. and Lloyd 4k

a long hiking trip Sunday and Wood families during the week-
their son with end. 4
carried young
ik
them. They walked over 4. miles Mrs. Ellen Barbara of Jacksonville i ti 7i4i. ., r
:a.y
to the home of Mr. Padgett's mother is visiting Mrs. Lottie Ed-
Mrs. Bertha Padgett and wards for a :few days.

. 0: family.Mr.. .and Mrs. J. W. Denmark' visited Rebecca her Thomas parents of Jacksonville the Bob $ #* ;,

and family of Jacksonville visited Thomases, over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris Sun- bS; ?. and Mrs. Benny Thomas
... and Children: visited Mr. and Mrs. w** v

... day.Friends of Mutt Harris,will be Corbert in Lake City Sunday. .>?* '/j**, ., ** .
;11-". ,, i i"1.1.. <- Interested to learn that he has ,. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas of S5i

r I I arrived at Ft. Jackson, S. C. where Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs.
vt r4Th r w I he will be stationed until he com- rimThomas, recently. !
J {; :...: -" ,.:: pletes four weeks of basic train- Kenneth Green of Wildwoodwas I 'Modern Living

"j..,. ;txf'.'1 ". ing with the U. S. Army. visiting his parents the Roy', .T ,
--- Mr. and Mrs Sidney Harris and Greens,. Tuesday and Sunday of
The rural home
Complete _with 18 HP. Johnson Motor,and Murray Trailer family spent last weekend with this ;:week / i as up-to-date as becomes city >i
any
Mrs. Harris' brother and sister- Mr. and Mrs. Dock Waters ,of I f home thanks to electricity! Wonder-
DRIVE IN AND REGISTER NOW! in-law Mr. and Mrs. Quincy God- Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Jean I working electrical appliances keep r

win in Lakeland.Mr. Bloodsworth and children, and; things running smoothly in kitchen, ;_
and Mrs. Charles Griffin Mrs. Lomay Rainey of Lake Butler laundry, and bath,. freein? ; t
NO PURCHASE' NECESSARYIMPERIAL" and family and Mrs. Alice Nortonof were visiting Mr. and Mrs. fveryone for more leisure time,more '
Jacksonville visited Friday with Calvin Johnson Sunday. e time for happier Florida living!
F Mr. and Mrs. Leon Harris and Mrs. Noon Mott !is visiting Jier

: family Mrs. Norton.remained fora daughter Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson, '
R several days visit who is ill at her home in Stark Work e better elect ric riFLORIDA

E E S.'E. Godwin, local postmaster, this week. P ; wre;
seems to be recovering nicely in Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and & LIGHT COMPANYI

E ; E the Doctor's Hospital in Starke children visited Mrs. Brook Perry- .
from surgery and hopes to be able man in Gainesville Sunday.Mr. .
1575.No. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Starke,Florida ,
to go home one day this week. and 'Mrs. 0. C. Hayes and
Friends of Mrs. Florence Har Mike Green of Gainesville were



.

1
i
1

.
rAtit ,roUR, BRADFORD COUNTY'TELEGRAPH. 81AKRE. FLOHIDA
1 Tnt 5D\T. JAXTAUV_ Z3.: ln!
.n. -- ----
I
II I

Glenda Underhill 'j[Singing Star -----.-. Signup Halted Demonstration Held &

To Wed James Young At High .School PTAA GAY'SHome
To Visit Here i,, For TobaccoSoil

cQS demonstration on.the use ofaudiovisual Appliances
; Jo Ann. Campbell, 22-year-old Bank i equipment in the t

singing star and' a niece of Maj. I school was given at High School Your Friendly

Ef and :Mrs Harry M. Hatcher Jr. of m.5- -, Applications for tobacco acre-, PTA J meeting held in i the music i

...,. ..... .Gladys.J. .Mooty.... .., ..- .,. Camp Blanding, 'will arrive here' t age to be placed under the 1958 i building Tuesday of the night.Bell &A Howell representative Norge Dealer

Saturday for .a ten'day yisii ; soil; bank program were haltedat Co. spoke and also demonstratedtape XQRGE APPLIANCESMAYTAQ :

Joanne Slade, Little Women Discuss Miss Campbell; ;who ,attende&Fletcher ij i 5 p. m. Monday in accordancewith recordings, slides, and stereophonic

I I Coral .Gables 'Man Flower ArrangingThe High School at Jacksonville -!'' wired instructions receivedby sound equipmentH. 0 WASHERS

Beach Just:completed'a! : two: ti Airs. Mildred Sapp, county office P. Morgan Superintendent of S COLEMAN
To Wed In r HEATERS: *nd
'
JuneMr. the
I :
art of flower % weeks engagement.. at, : ipar -j j
i arrangementwas manager of the Agricultural Public Instruction, explained the FLOOR FURNACES
I
mount Theatre b\:;NtwfYorJy I!:
the topic of discussion :
at :
a t rhNr $ Stabilization and Conservation reed for a petition signed by

I meeting of the Little Women's where she"starred and Roll 'Christmas in'Allen FreediRock 'show* I Committee The deadline order qualified voters calling for a bond i We Service All Makes

,. Club held Monday night, Jan. 13, election for needed school con I Of Appliances
with such headliners as'Fats Dom: come from the
in the club house. The : state office in
1 guest j struction. Around 15 PTA members I
speaker Mrs. J. W.. Kincald was .. ino,J the Everly Brothers, Jerry' r Gainesville. volunteered to assist in this'work : Phone 10

introduced by Miss Mary Agnes 3 Lee Lewis, and others.1Jo .' '. Mrs. Sapp said that up until and were given petitions to
Matthews. Ann is the daughter: Mr., Starke, Florida
.:, ELii. The "y9 and Mrs. J.. L. Campbell' ,.who nqw ww __ __1_ __ ___ :1_ the deadline 66 growers, 'representing circulate. -
4Ati; i l ajla meeting was presided over 174.93 acres of tobacco,
lives in New YorkHer grandparents will also visit local disk
r by the president.. Miss SylviaPaulk jockeysand had signed up for the 1958 prod -
and following the program F $ ; ;Kta :Mr. and Mrs. H. M. those in the Jacksonville an gram. Payments to these applicants

refreshments were served by the Hatcher Sr., also live in New York Gainesville areas.Lineman would total $44,287.47.
hostesses: Charlene and will be here at the same time You can depend on high quality
Hardy, De- r.Y Y r It had previously been an-
N, bzff loris Hardy, Pat Hobbs with Jo Ann for a visit. Her Hurt PIiFN'tlli'1'1011
r
Penny nounced that farmers would have drugs when
1 r'r mother, Mrs. Campbell, will also your prescriptions are
e I
Hollingsworth, and Mary Agnes' until March 7 "or until funds are
Matthews. --- be time.a guest of the Hatchers at this In Fall Of PoleM. exhausted" to make applicationfor filled by us. The extreme care

Mr. Paul Underhill and Mrs the 1958 acreage reserve pro-
Peggy Yancey Feted Marls Schwabe announce the en Jo Ann has appeared on national E. Noegel of Starke, a Florida gram. j used in filling every prescription is
television networks via Ameri Power & Light Co.
lineman
,. On 7th Birthday gagement riage of their and approaching daughter Glenda mar can Bandstand, and, has made a was hospitalized yesterday after, senting Last year 177.14 67 acres growers participated repre r your guarantee that you will get

Marie Underhill, to James E. number of New York television noon after a pole on which he in the program receiving pay- just what the doctor ordered.
1y Mrs. Ned Yancey entertained at USAF of Mrs. Nina appearances. She has done some was climbing fell with him as he, ments totaling 4161685.
Young son
a lovely birthday party Saturday Marty Green. recordings also, her current recordon was working on lines on SR 16 Bradford County has a total of j
afternoon at her the Gone label being "Walt A.
home
on W. near Camp Blanding.J. .
108
The bride-elect will graduate in growers with an acreage LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTIONFLVNN'S
Madison street for her daughter, June from Bradford High SchooL Minute," a song that she composed H. DuPre, manager of the allotment of 247.64 acres. |

Peggy, who was celebrating her herself. Blanding district, said that Noe: Mrs. Sapp said it is believed;I!
Mr. from
Young graduated
seventh anniversary.A While visiting' her uncle and gel escaped with only minor in- I r that most
growers who intended1
mm
nfaV end KYu* AA!.*W ,MA*!* _a_ Bradford High School in 1956 anis ......t .T" .&.... ....;n ................. n.... .inrioo And CAVOIO..... cnronoce.... .dif. 1 ; : STOR. .. _
-' ---- -- "" -- bw iu me ---- -- -
and carried out in ih-;party room :n'd' attached to a squadron in tne' I on fering no broken bones. The line- their ficunu/ifciabc program Uii i
Mrs. Thomas .t'k"t" applications in before the ,
Howell Strategic Air Command, USAF 220 N Temple Phone 79
Slade Sr. announce ,the engage-'I table decorations. The refresh- ., and man was about 20 feet up on the deadline.. 'I I I
.
at Tampa. i 't4 :
ment. of their daughter ment table was centered with a pole when it fell. '
Joanne
,
The will take in
pink and blue decorated marriage place ] -
to John Charles, birthday
Sawyer, son of
the latter part of June.
Mr. and Mrs."Albert'CarroU Sawyer cake which held t doll in the .
Sr. of Coral middle of it. -'
Gables. '
The wedding will be solemnized The 40 :youngsters enjoying the .
March Of Dimes ;
party played Iil1'--:
June 14 at 8 p. m. in the First I games with prizes :

Methodist Church, Starke. also given to the winners and were Coffee Is PlannedA o .. .. .. .....
Miss Slade graduated from given favors of balloons, bub

Bradford High School in 1946 and ble gum and candy. March of Dimes "Coffee" will liff

is in her sophomore year at Mrs. Yancey had assisting her be given at the Starke Woman's ,... .
Emory University Atlanta. Ga., Mrs. T. G. Ritch, Mrs. J. M. Vickers Club on Wednesday afternoon, t 4lt" 2":
and ,...,. ..,...
Mrs. J. E. Hardy. >
where she is'a member of the Jan. 29. from 3 to 5 o'clock, andis ::<<'"**' ,
Kite Club. She was vice presidentof open to the public. )'xR; : '

the pledge class 'and is now Skit PresentedAt Hostesses will be Mrs. Charles 'r: .,

Keeper of the Archives. 'Miss WSCS Dinkins Mrs. W. H. Nollman .
Slade is Sweetheart of the Emory Meeting Mrs.' E. K. Ferryman. Mrs. E. L. l} : '

Chapter of Sigma Chi fraternity The Matthews, Mrs. D. E. Knight, t/..,:.?..:. .
for 195758. Methodist WSCS met Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. Mrs. John ca1 i .
'
II
Tuesday morning in the Fellow- [f .; + ,... Pj
Mr. Sawyer graduated from ship Hall for the regular business Terode and Mrs. C. L. Scholl Mrs. :.
Leesburg High'School in'1954 and and Doyle Conner, and Mrs. H.' H. !.
programmeeting with
Mrs.
,c: will receive,his B.Aj; degree from Adams. Mrs. Robert McRae is .' .

Emory University in June. He is i C.ing.D. Williams, president presid- chairman of refreshments. I LrLI ?, ArI .,, I ,.
l'' ,1
member of' Sigmbl.'Chi Social f '
fraternity and has served rush After a short'buiiness meeting, II Ii t
as .
a skit on "The Case of the S ': ; ;, ? i
.
...
'W ehaimaa .and; athletic chairman, WSCS Circle 4 ., .rl
Absentee w
:plate, ,,\Qter-fraternity>? .'football! > Those taking Member"part was were presented.Mrs. L. I '4-' = T e
Circle 4 of the First Methodist _
soccer, baseball, and vOlley ball. : _
_
_
A.4 Davis, Mrs.
:George Huggins,
.
Mr. Sawyer'is'a member of 'th'InterFraternity' e' WSCS met Tuesday night, Jan. 14, .sl "
.. Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Mrs. W..H.
Council and I at the home of.Mrs. L. K. Whitehead -- .', '
Nollman. Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs.PauUne'Torode. FROM YOURCOCCOLA -
Emory Glee with 15 members and five
.qub..t '
: Mrs 'A. P
: Sauls, visitors preSent. Mrs. Drew Reddish F7 '
'1I Mrs. W QJ HaJl,IUrs. E. L. :Matthews ':
Meet had charge' of the program, .r
Brownies To j and Mrs. L. K.WhItehead., ; :
and Mrs. B. L. .Moxley-,led the BOTTLER !
*
J "''T : .uJ. .. The, meeting was closed: 'with)
The Brownie Scouts will meet devotional. i
prayer by Mrs Halle.New'Members .
Tu day"&.fternon, 'Jan.' '28,' at Mrs J. F. Bloodworth was .
'3:30'o'clock': at the home of their elected chairman of the Ways and .
,
leader, Mrs. J. D.1 I Warren, ,!'S21-N. Enter Means Committee to fill .the. vacancy we.... r ; ..::_ i

Myrtle.: v nue.' created;by the resignationof EXCLUSIVE COLUMBIA RECORDING ARTIST' 1
(1\? t ,_ Stark... ?, BPW Club .Mrs. Clarence Taylor, who is .' ;;!C. ,-
I' ': \p.
: : 4,t'-" "" moving out of town.: .'", OW'H'u';{. t

,An Impressive, initiation ceremony Mrs. Sarah Hunter was co-host'. '- ..of.
i for new members was conducted ess for this meeting. : ..... .
:R'K". by the Starke BPW Club TONY 6 ';"'I!' '" ,n.
"" "'''' .
'1'" .
." at its meeting last in Thursday the Garden night.Restaurant Garden Club q'e. '

-SUN., MON., TUBS.- New members inducted at this To Meet Monday "- :
time Frances
were Hamilton,
January 2627, 28
DOUBLE Ruby Johns, Barbara Spencer, Etta The Starke Garden Club will .
FEATURE ,
and hold its Monday
Fay Gill Amr'Green. Each January meeting
The Tall StrangerWith was presented with a lovely core evening Jan. 27, at 7:30: o'clockin >

\\ Joel McCrea and 'Virginia !sage. the Parish: House. The executive

Mayo The induction ceremony was board will meet the same o4IITQ :
ANDBATTLE conducted by Miss Della Rosen evening at 7 o'clock preceding the
_
berg. Hostesses for the evening regular meeting.

STATIONS. were Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs.Johns. I :Miss Clara Leaman will give the

With John Land, William Bendix, program and film on Florida _

Keefe Brasogje and Richard i Ii : i : birds. I E4&III1U "
Boone I
Hostesses for the evening will
Wu Color partooa I Beta Sigma Phi I .
be Mrs. Frazier Shaw, chairman N
.
,-
: .. .
Mrs. 'A.' R. Norman, Mrs. Jesse -#
Wed., Thur. Jan. 29, 30 '1'heBeta:, Sigma Phi sorority Newsome and Mrs. Paul Raymond., I + ;11,'.ai1i1
DOUBLE FEATURE will meet Monday evening; Jan. II II I V : :'
27, at 8 o'clock at the home of I I4ewCGd b oun&t :.i 5
The ,
Last...W aSon, Mrs: David Montgomery with Miss Dinner-Dance Slated 'I / 9 kw. o / '

With. Richard WWmktk ape Felicia Louise' .
; Stern. .as cohostess.II '
For Staff
: -- .
I .J' rr.. :.. \ Humphreys .. .
YAND." 'Rigs to Riches Because of You ,
The annual dinner-dance for .
Project Moonbase Plumbing At staff members of HumphreysGold Cold, Cold Heart In,the Middle of an ,Island ,

filth Ross Ford, Donna Marten Its Best Corporation and their wives Come Next Spring ,Can You Find It In Your Heart c omraaRPM ratend e+

and Hayden Rorke i An Types 'and dates will be held tonight par Record -4'
Pins Color Cartoon for Children Economical [Thursday in the Camp Blanding S S

1 Ij PrIces Officer's Club.A Record fans! Tony Bennett fans! Everybody! -wi s

Fri, Sat. Jan. 31, Feb. ":1 ",.. social hour will be held starting want this wonderful Tony Bennett autographed _
DOUBLE at 6 o'clock with dinner served
FEATURE edition hits-of that have sold
Installation and Service .in the club lounge at 7. songs
Daughters of Dr. Jekyl Of All Types into the millions!

With John Talbott Agar and Gloria Plumbing & Heating Brownlee CircleThe And it's so easy to get! Just pick up the special

And Brownlee Circle of the First coupon at the store where you buy Coca-Cola. Fill it

GNANNPLUMBING Baptist Church met Tuesday if- in and mail (address on coupon) with 251. Your

JUBAL In 'Mrs. record will be sent ;- and how
CO. ernocn the home of E. C.Priest. \ promptly you'll enjoy
IN,TECHJCICOLOKWltfi : A '
for home missions
prayer : 5 it Coke.
118 Court Street as you sip your
Glenn Ford Ernest Borg&bte was offered by Mrs.- Girl i -. '
and'Red Steige, PHONE 514J Mathews leader. :In fact aTeu ,why not invite the crowd in when you get

Ptas Serial Chapter No.. .19 a dCartooD. Night M Collect 2896 The program "I Love to your record-for an evening of Coke and so 1gs. You'll ,

Color ., the Old Old Story,". was.present- make a real hit-for everybody "in the ..,
L: know"t &
'
.
Heights
Keystone ed by,Mrs.'L_ F. Hazen and us. -
= appreciates Coke-the most popular sparkling drink f
q 9
R. A. Newsome. Refreshments 'f 1.1 .
were served'by the hostess. in all the world. There just nothing like its specialtasteits .' y

bright, gay lift. So bring home the Coke = .,'.;, '

CLOSE-OUT Helen 'Masters Circle today-&t your coupon-send for your record. i.

SALE You'll love it. ..*..........".....--------....M..
.., .. .
-
The Helen Masters Circle of the '
>J.t11 :.. .,, _
\ _
15 % DISCOUNTON I First Baptist Church met-Tues h .
day morning at the home of )frs, .:. \ ....;" ..J""t.t.., ,. !!I dJ' \ I '.. "
Jim Chasteen with Mrs. Lavem .' ::4: : -<) -.' .':'r ;

ALL Outlaw as co-hostess. The meeting ?.... r.1'It..J.. .
;\1'.. ;, 1 ;
.
GLIDDEN PAINT PRODUCTS was opened with prayer by ', ': ..r':1" _
..i
,
: '
Mrs. Leila Mundy and Mrs. R. A.
'
Spred Satin, Semi-Gloss, Porch and Deck, Japalac Green taught the last two chapters ?
"
Enamel and Exterior Masonry Paint. of "Continent in Commotion. ", : -. .
concerning Africa and its desperate : ; '

BUY NOW PAINT LATER I need for missionaries The ; ...:.,. "...."t..E.,\t-.r! :, /. ..yv; :.. ",, S. e .
I meeting was closed with prayerby : :. '; : ; '
,: :: '
Mrs. Tom Hardy, after which: JL .
.
( _
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES refreshments were served. .
.r" . ..: .' {
WANTED Clean Cotton Bags,, : '
..hl1pfi rtl&ft PHONE 45 or 333 No Pants, No Shirts, Most Betie .: .:;.: }J !y:= 'REGULAR KiNa SIGN OF'G000 1 LAST '

1 Clean. Bradford County T Bottled under owfhority} .The- Coca-Cola Company t/ I
graph. or THE STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY


."



-- ----------- --- ----- ----- --------"------- -
-
"-- -
-- -- -
---- ----
-
- -- -


.







r ::: i '. ., -4'q'-.-. .' E- 'IT 1ft' .' .
THURSDAY. JANUAr.y 22., 13S8:; \ BRADFORD COtTTTY JEtEGRAPn, STAEKE, FLOHIDA ... ". PAGE FIVE

----

Mrs. P.: S. Denmark returned -. --' Olivia Bourne Childers. Defendant. residence and address': 2461 Elm
Sunday from two weeks visit in -'.-, '-'" b.'- ', Case Xo. 12-470 'lji-e. Bronx. New York. co Mrs.
Nollrr. _To Appear; Hose Kurt; .
Lakeland with Mr. and Mrs. D. H. To; Olivia U. Balzano, fi-nncrly 'rhr notified that .
Handley. /New Look (?) Olivia Bourne Sadd fornitrlj! Olivia suit for divorce care custody
Ic Boune Cliilders whose rendenoe' and control of minor children
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark and i$ c'o'! Mr. James Balzano, 17 I.*.. been fiLet *KU.U.I you iu IB*
family cf Gainesville were visit- Aired Suffolk Street. Chirlet: n lI igltlS. above named Court and cause andruU
HereThe S. C. and whose address is Fur. .
rio' ore required' tw nerve a copy of
ing his parents; Mr. and Mrs. I. E. .
.
man i Jenkins Attorneys 20* Cherry )s.ur "nwarr .r 'I.s.P'.Y tn .
IN THE NEWS Clark on Sunday.Mrs. A\enue .North Charleston S. C. complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
You are hereby notified that a Alan C. Winter. Jr.. 319 Florida
Frank Hoover returnedlast new look and the old t1 5- Mill for Bill in Nature of Bill of Helew I Title Building. Jacksonville I,
Thursday from Riverside Hospital -) look' combined forces whenWesleyan : : Florida,
---- -
- u p _
I
has been tiled against in the!
and is getting along as well Service Guild yon and nt" the original m the of tic*
named Omrt and and
above cause
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court CD
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harrell spent Raymond Garvie of North as can be expected. members enteJ1aInE.ct\\ith jmu are required to serve copy: of uj h.'nr*. t p..

the weekend in Jacksonville with Caldwell N. J. accompanied Mrs. Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish a'-"taek party" atUtheir\ : -p" __ your answpr1' pleading to the complaint 17 day of February, 19-8;
: Plaintiffs
on the ttherwue the uliettnlluli. ..t .at
Mr. and Mrs. J.; T. Dudley. Robert Halsall home last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish and January meeting.: :Joining'! S Attornty herald R. Hart SOt Smith I ,,,,,"holnt WIlt bo takeii a. rouftlrd *.
Mi.arid Mrs. Charles Halburgof for an extended visit. -r _. Ruildm Jacksonville !. FlorM by _
fan youri.i
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green attended in the were, ((1-l'i)1: :
?nd file' the: rncinal in the office\ of i.4tip hll t* putiUhed"
Rockford. Ill. spent a few days Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney the Sheriff's Rodeo in C. E.: Hermvall, Mrs.:Henry .I.A n....* of the Circuit. Court on or once each week tor four consecutive

i&tw ek with :Mr. and Mrs. Al visited Mrs. J. G. Millican and Ocala last Friday evening and Godwin, /Mrs.\ \DCI Coilcy before the ....*ki...> I' 24 day of Febraary. 19&' t te'' ,'n \V.''
Hartmann. Mrs. W. J. Griffin in Palatka on Iso appeared in the parade. I 1 Sirs. Nekon Green,: kad "thcr .ise the Rjle
Mrs. M. H. Sheppard. Mrs. J. E.Hardy. Sunday.Mr. Little Dick Torode underwent Mrs. Cl arl.t.-8' L. .lU ister: fnmplairt will be taken as confessed IOI1 iti.Aial:ALi '.'bat I.. A. n"'l"T
j ;
i : by *'0\1.\ < <"Ierk of the Circuit Court
.!and!' Mrs'. F. W. Graudon and Mrs. D. Westcott of
S. minor surgery Tuesday at Riverside Mrs. Green and Mrs.. Godwin Thi& notice. shall be published MarUn-U Crosby, Deputy n"k
visited Mrs. Ed Crosby at Fernandina Tampa were weekend guests of Hospital. He returned home first nice each-week for'fnllt cfs fY"ti\'e UI7 4t %/r
| won and second
Tele-
Bradford County .
,, S... Beach Wednesday. Sen. and Mrs. C. E. Johns. Wednesday and is getting :along prizes for the. most -outlandish 1 'ceelis ranh. in, the: i--
*"" ,
Mr: arid Mrs. Douglas Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis and nicely.Mr. outfits. ____ Dated this 17 day .- f' .;January. NOTICE TO APPIURU
___ 195.! Circuit Court. Bradford Coiaty,
children went to Bradenten and <
on family spent last Friday .
and'Mrs. T.-E. Stricklandof (OFFICIAL} F.A J.), > PturliUi !. Cha \eery.
Sunday to get Mrs. Hardy's mother Saturday in Apopka with Mrs. Belle Glade are visiting Mr. Char'-MCAl. Darhy Nathaniel Donald Knight J-r.

Mrs. O. W. Hinson who Lily Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Paul Raymond this I Marian U Cr rof -by.AOTICK the. DP".ty("11'<'ut; (('rou.tBy "I..r11:3 \. Plaintiff \s. Louise Case B. Knight.No. 12-462 De

had been'visiting there for. three C. Robinson.Mr. week. 4t 2113 I fendant._ ,;.__ ._____
I irw U n|*im*
weeks. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. H. Sullivan I I' To: Louise B. Knight whose residence -
W. 2 MITHi TO
Are DKrEMJ;
Injured }Vote List/ I I I and address is IZ1 St. Nicholas -
:
Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. Ruby children were visiting Mr.. and and sen Wallace of Mayo were Purge la Ilurltlj Circuit uurt. ISr.divrd ( uuul}.. TO FRF.BHOLDFR that a Avenue. New York New York,

Johns, .Mrs. Ruth Carlisle and Mrs. Fred Leonhard in Keystone weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Slaiitie Le: la St1iIt1 I lliauttr i'Iuuifr. \s. rerepistratlon Notice Is hereby of all piven freeholders of You lire hereby. notified that a

Miss Audrey Carlisle spent Sunday Heights on Sunday.Mr. James A. Sullivan. In 4 Smashups I Deadline Hears 111:1'111.111 Stjijut:; k. .[Jtfend.ui L. Bradford County Florida Is calledto against suit for you divorce In the has above been named filed

at Silver and Mrs. J. H. Raulersonof Cat: ..: o. .12-\91; secure an up-to-date' list of freeholders -
Springs.Mr. Mrs. Jessie Young has been "ulu-e Tuppear: used for oualifying Court and cause and 7"u are reQuired -

and Mrs. Robert Firth and : Gainesville spent Sunday with confined in Bradford County Hos- Four wrecks were reported dur- If you haven't voted in the last denie To: and J ieriii.i addrefea, s.hluvk. \\5lT"MtU Iiue rct.i- freeholder to electors be to participate In ewer or ta pleading serve a copy to the of complaint your an-

Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey had Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. pital since Saturday with flu. ing the past week by city and two' elections in Bradford County btiect:; Anderson, South is: Caiouna. an election to be called for the on the Plaintiffs Attorney
dinner at the Bar Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burbank Those county officers with two 1:uu ale hereby notified that purpose of approving the issuanceof Alan C. Winter. Jr.. 319 Florida
Sunday Sand planning to attend thedistrict young your name will be removed from suit for divorce a Special Tax School District! Number Title Building:, Jacksonville\ 2,
restaurant at Fernandina Beach. Jr. and sons of Demopolis Ala. meeting of the U. D. C. In' men hospitalized and another the; registration list unless you lontn I nf minor ilultl call custody and One of Bradford Countv bondsin Florida

Donna Faxon was confined to spent] the weekend with Mr. and St.! Augustine on Friday are Mrs. treated for cuts and bruises: return. by Jan. 31, the registration 'has btin fi.ed against; you in the the' amount of $45&000.00. The accepting and file the original In the office
begin
dlxi\e naiiiLd Court and tause and following: persons will -1 I of the Clerk' of the Circuit Court
her home' the first of the week Mrs. M. W. Lance. O. L. Haynes Sr., Mrs. Mattie A car occupied by three youths renewal card recently mailed jou are mjuiml to are a t'ol'y.uf registration on January on or before the 3 day of February,

with a back injury she receivedat Armand Rivers is confined to ,Gahagan. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. turned over last Thursday on a out by Mrs.. Marian Crosby your 1.IIIMHr or. pleading to the turn- ;195S In' the various precincts and iSiS; otherwise the allegations of
-
plaint Hie t'l.imuifs l registration fora win be taken at
on continue to accept said Complaint
his home with measles. < I.
school.\ .... Mrs. L. A. Davis. Mrs. W. G. graded road leading from SR 100 supervisor registration. ,. Att rm-y 'J. DuiiaKI C'lbsoii, itt 11 minimum x f thirty days: coffered bv you.
Rev.-'Donald Kokomo spent Attending the School Lunch Haile, Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. to Sampson Lake. resulting ml I The cards were sent out by Smith fiuilLineL! Jatks> n\ille 2. FlorlUd. Precinct No. 1-fleorge' W. Roberts ,This, notice shall !>. 'publishedoflca
the Buch- 'No. '!-Orrtre. Supervisur each week for four consecutlv
Workers meeting at Precinct
the first of the week in Atlanta C. E. Johns. one boy being hospitalized with a :Mrs. Crosby to persons on the and file Ilir'oti )nial 'In 111*- -WfKe 1'f SUP"'hispr' week" la the Bradford County Tel -
Preritl\ ..N\J. -9ffire .
: : .
where he:attended the Minister's holz Junior High School in Gain- Mrs. B. G. Middletcn of Atkinson mild concussion and multiple con .rolls who have not voted in' the 'the.CI..k..uLlIn: ; Cue' .Ctiutt-/ *m'" ,Preclntt.No. .4-Mrs, Ollie !{ vtrs' gtaph.' .i)

Week and class reunion at Emory esville Tuesday afternoon of last Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey 'i. tusicns. past two years. In the event thata oelnre 24 il lay lhe._of tVliruary; !> $.;. :. url Pretln to. 5- tt". Delaney Pearl Horne Dickinson 1937.tFFICIAL Dated. this 27 day of December.

University. He week were Mrs. Sarah Hunter,, Crews and daughter Carmen, of otherwise the allegation* <.f: said, Precinct No-M.rS. I SEAUCharles
,., was accompanied The injured boy .was Austin I voter's name is purged from therolls' ,. '. .
"home by'bls'wife and children Mrs. A. J. Fender, Mrs. J. E. Edwards Waycross, Ga. were Sunday 'visitors Gay 17, of Brooker.. James Watkins I he will not be permittedt&vote :so4I,4 plaint\ .will be .taken. tr. .:,4'as.'. toufebsed';,.. Precinct No.:...7-:Mrs.: Eunice Moody Clerk A. Darby of the Circuit Court

who have been visiting her parents Mrs. Ed Lawson, Mrs. M. of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- 17, of Starke, a passenger in the forthcoming general This notice thall be iiubli&hed ertte Precinct. ,N.. 8-R. Ai CoiROn.4t 1/31 By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
H. Gresham, Miss Rosa Moore,, each week for four.'t-on>efiltl\e weeks 1110 j/J 4t I/I
dleton. *
in Atlanta for the past in the car was treated for abrasions electicns without re-registering. in the Bradford County TrleKraph. .
three weeks. i and Mis. Bob Taylor. Elbert H. Smith, who"has been about the face and head but Dated this 17 day of January 195. ?.
'Mrs; J./'E: 'Hildebran and children quite ill in the Bra&ord County (OKKJClALr SEAL) ]In' tlrniH '("it.,<,' Bradford County.,
Rev. W. S. McAbley and O." E. was not admitted to the hospital. Motel Charles A. DarUy '5- .NOTirK TO APPIUnFlorida
Stansbury attended the winter were in Fort Lauderdale Hospital for the past two;weeks The';driver of the car, Hal Frederick Group Clerk of the Circuit Cruet i In'Chancery. Health Facts
,
Thursday to Tuesday visiting entered the Baptist Memorial iy Marian L. Crobby IJevuty Clt-ik. Hogan Smith. Jr.. Plaintiff, 's.
meeting of the Suwannee Presby- Mott of Brooker was not its:: 4t 211$ Flora Wallace Smith. Defendant.Case .
their uncle and aunt Mr. and Elects Officers
I Hospital in Jacksonville on Monday -
try at the First Presbyterian injured. I I No. 1Z-463 1, The function of your body U
Church in Gainesville Mrs. A. W. Tillman and friends for further observation and 10[ The. Circuit Court Of The. Eighth Notice To Appears
on Tuesday. Deputy Sheriff Russell Redding Smith, whose controlled by the nervous system.
Arriving home next week from Judicial Crrruit or Honda In Aad To: Flora Wallace
They were accompanied by C. C. treatment. said that the car overturnedwhileMott James O'Sullivan, owner of the lor Bradford ('ounty: In lhanrrrjr. residence and address Is: Unknow
McAliley and Rev. Norman Mac- FSU fcr their mid-semester vacation Nancy Struth. Ellen Blood- Temple Motel in Starke was FARMERS &. MERChANTS BANK You are hereby notified that a' :2. Faulty nerve function can produce .
round
attempting to
was a
will be Jackie Hobbs. Me- a Con )ration. Plaintiff. VI'I suit for Divorce
worth. and Benjy Moxley are con- of disease.
Queen of Penney Farms. elected president of the Bradford BROWS, In the a wide variety
Jackie Colley curve at a high rate of speed. BKOWX ami wife' MAny has been filed against you
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bowland of lissa Stallings. fined with chicken pox. Motel Assn. at a meeting in the and N. W MANSKl.L.: fendants. above named Court and cause and !
Agnes Lawson Bobbie Jean Oakes Baby Monica Jo Rowe is quiteill Clyde Conner, 21 year-old Law NOTICE OF 1>'>.;rl.\L ISTEK'S you are required to terve a copy of S. Restoring normal nerve function -
Orange Park were Sunday visitorsof Garden Restaurant Friday. !s.'LI'; to the
or pleading
Douglas Noun Nancy Bates with the flu. tey man. was hospitalized >with your answer restores health and resistanceto
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. Notice is heieuj given that the un- complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney
and Jerome Edwards. Mrs. F. L. Watterson and Mrs. body injuries and possible internal Other new officers are HaroldT. Rrsmnrd Special' JIas Mrs. Roy Reddish of Webster injuries when his automobile'collided Thornton El Rancho Motel, oulOic outcry to the hisheht and best Box 546. Starke. Florida methods hate failed.
J. C. Sapp visited Mr. and Mrs. bidder t for ash. at the South front and file the orignial In'the office
and Mrs. Carl Dinkins of Bush- T. K. McClane in Gainesville on with a trailer truck at the .vice president; H. E. Dayton door nf the County Court House in of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
last Thursday visitorsof intersection. Raiford road and StarKe. Florida, at 12: o'tlotk! noon or before the You'll be surprisedto learnwhat'Chiropractk
neil were Sunday.Mr. Starke Motel treasurer; Mrs. January 31. 13: x, the followinKle
on.. > 17 day of February J358! ; do for
FLORIDATHEATRE Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney. and Mrs. W. H. Golloda; Weldon street about'1 a. m.Mon-: I"' .' < <'.'' property situate in.Bradford. otherwise, the allegations, of 'aidC'omplaTht'wil1'be .can J ,- you.
Jackson Plaza
George Lodge. .Cc Flfiida. tr-,,'ir .
>
: '4't untYI takn"aS
of dayjf '
Mrs. Jerry Moran and son and daughter, Sandra, .are :> 'fcef'b' coijfes- without obligation
vat One .lot being: fifty fifty ed \ ... "1. Consultation :
New York returned, home 'with caticning this week in Cambridge: -:'Po11 ernep: ''Ashley'! Brown and secretary._ On the board of, directors fsst' .''1t'til' in 'Uie.1North\\'K lor- This.by.-you.notice shall be publishedeach _

her mother, Mrs.'P. A. Moore fora Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. New- Shep:I TOmli 1SOn 'said that the are George Pownall of the ncr ,of Lot. Rist Three La ((3)'tey.in Florida OttV Subdivision *. as- week: for Bradford four County consecutive:fell'graph. Phone: or. writ.*; T ji

month's visit, comb are managing the Dixie truck'. whlchv' !. \'as'. ,,heading" toward Bradford Motor Court, Thomas O. mapp.
Mr.. and Mrs E. P. Renner Motor Court during their absenceMri.H. Starke was turning": left ff of theRaiford''road I Swan. of the Bel Air Motor. florida, rw-ords"and'. ..f pinnlTttr'Bradford' in:L'otmtS''.nrU-. : Dated'this SEAJ 15 day: '. of'' Jan.-- '' ':3S.OFFICIAL .-, .. 'Dr. H. G. BollingerCHIROPRACTIC i
)
spent the weekend at JackSonville P. Moye of Orlando is .;when Conner's car. eastornr of Lot 4. Ott's SubdivisIon -' .
Court and Van Anderson of : thenceso Charlt'tl Ai party,, > OFFICES
yan's mnninR SO feet West
Beach with Mr. and Mrs. John weeks her going westrounded a .curve Clerk of the Cirpult CourtiBy '
Saturday, Jan. 25 spending two with son- fett South, thence 3*.feet Hast, ; : :;
:
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE, Vlasselaer. inlawand; daughter, Mr... .and rapidly and hit the rear end of Motor Court.. : 'th ntle 50 'fef'torth to' Fomt of 'Virginia". .: .F.. Darby. '."lIn; Deputy(Clerk tit 728 C...University. Atf}.

-. .Mr. andMrs. J. P.Dil.wereIn[ ] ;;1 Mrs..-G, S. Newcomb.' f .1. .the rock. The policemen saidthat J. Pen Gaines of the Florida i .hereditaments Beginning'; with: ) its 'tenements upur and. -", ..,.' -. ..". t. Gainesville !'hone63 SS
'
Ocilla, ,Ga. over the 'weekend< Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Beard are the truck had almost completed Motel Assn: was principal speaker \ uanr to 'and In strict racrord9nre S NOTICE TO. AI-411- .
t % ': attended Ue\ 'funeral at the and tcp with th F5n.U Deere rcnlered,'.J rut- U Circuit Court. Bradford Co"atFlffH4 > 426 !C. Walnut Street
where they i turn the colllslppoeiri. meeting plans
spending the 4weekend! whJ; the when ; .
.
,
> ft' **'":\- *. "' .v J :;\, f\-t .'b"'etlititIeii .. r IftrkB" **r*' ,
Sunday afternoon of JMrDfll's. and,Mrs. B. L.'WIlder.inGainesyille ,- . ,. /"{.. sOhe JJrogress and devejpp- mus-eTand! in Hnit acoordaHfe'tli : ; "W1" fiefa., LnriUe! KirUo. PUintiff, vsJcPh. 'arks.1honlO4fter e* : ,
brother, Furman Dill. : q :The ''truck' driver,1'Walter- Elfin- ment1ofMT.!. S. 301 were made. terins of wid'Fmsl, Detre. .*.; J..;'' ; John_ ,.Kurtzq. Pendant.u .
'
This January !O. 1955.T. -- ?, ., It '" < Qase' No. Iz-'!.C6. 6 P.M.: by_appointmentWE
H.E. Bradley and son. Stephen worth Kemp of Orange Lake, was The next,meeting of the association ., .A. YAW,'JR.." !\otIr.'V.Appeay'. : ,

spent last Friday with Mr. and A. M. Blanchard found not guilty of criminal I will>\-be. held, on Feb.' JI, at' .:: :NOTICE f '. !OP'L'1r."ter.I.TO:APPKAR i it 2 To: Joseph' John"Ku'"rtz those -

Mrs.-J. C. Jcnes in 'Dade' City. charges in Mayor's Court Monday. the: GaJ'i.! 9All Motel owner"r'e., In Circuit (Conrl- Bradford"Ceonly..' .I .' .

I GEORGE They were accompanied home Charges of failure to yield the 1; urged tcT'attend. and help support. Hermine HarM'n Holraes'*!'liaiK-err.., PUintiffi; :_C.- : p ARE' NOW'AT OUR :
S Former So' ? : :
Saturday ,by his mother,' -Mrs. LawteyPostrnaster.Dies right/of way.-and'"Causing anj, accident -: i the program. I' Olni.i; R Balzano. formerlv .' I : : ,
MONTGOMERY Ollie Bradley :Who spent the r- OUvla: ,
( .. are still;pending:.,.against! 'NEW LOCATION
here: ;
weekend r . .
Conner; ,:;t'r I. -
= Mr, and Mrs.. ,Oe rge Wisner .4 1 "I :, 1 THE- -
None: was reported Injured a niGICf rOE" for .the -
-- : ;t.
:= of Bridgeman. Mich. were! Sunday i ** : 501 NW '8th':Avenue:
? :
Blanchard
Alanson. :Melville 1 a collision Saturday"evening be Mr,< and Mrs. Horace Cockrel '" .
-
TMJCOLOla visitors, of Dr. and Mrs. H.' G. I way you write. Come In and select
LK P5UdA1UI 94, former Lawtey postmasterand tween a car driven by P.'T. Nolin, announce the birth of a s.n. Jer-
Bollinger and family while en- early resident of Kingsley Starke elementary school prin- MARY CARTER PAINT STOREPhone
favorite :
-. .-- --- route to Miami. old Lee on Jan. 7. Before her your ESTERBROOK
Lake, died Tuesday morning at t cipal and Bobby Gene Padgett of!
AND: Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding, Sr. marriage Mrs. Cockrell was Miss Fountain Pen. TSM LGRAFII
his home in Lawtey after an Jacksonville on U. S. 301 about FR 6-7588 Gainesville, Florida
visited Sgt. and Mrs. Harding, Jr.
I 1 IhrM. MonhiMtMd. illness of several years. two and a half miles north of Dorothy Prescott.
at Moody AFB. Valdosta Ga. on
.j I Irottten-Aftd I
Mr. Blanchard was born in Starke.
I'I'J. ThtirWwMAlBROTHERS Sunday. i I
''.. Pomford, Vermont on, Jan. 25, Deputy Sheriff Riley Sweat said --
Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Mrs.
\flI i.. 1863. As a youth of 17 he came that Padgett's car plowed into
Moorer and daughter
U Jacqueline .
catMiPIAU\ to Starke with his parents James Nolin's vehicle as Nolin was turn-
'.Rw .. ,
Lee Nell. at Jacksonville
;I j 1Mt '-Ea1I Beach on Sunday were visiting Mr. and and Marden Emerson Blanchard, ing left off of the road. Padgett DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

and the family settled at Kingsley was charged with failure to have.
Mrs. J. R. Boring and family. I
: Pi THE Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett and Lake which at that time was anarea his vehicle under control and causing -

family have moved from the of extensive orange groves. an accident. "

it\ !) Reddish house on N. Temple After his marriage. Mr. Blanch Starke police reported that a.car' \,' APPOINTED DEALER BY ;:, :

L'' RICO j avenue to the Mundy house at ard moved to St. Augustine, where driven by Dorothy Ann Ellington, i t>.> -

4I 412 N. Cherry st.,"formerly occupied he was employed as a carpentet, 17, overturned on the Raiford :

I Ik RICHARD CONTI't by the Eston Jordans. helping to build the famous Poncede road near the west city limits last SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.

; DIANNE FOSTER L Elaine Gilhooly is confined with Leon .Hotel and other struc- Friday night,.but the girl was not :
KATHRYN GRANT the measles. tures in that resort city. He returned injured. .

L Beverly Chapman -had a slumber to Bradford _County and ..( -

Plus "Snowtuue" Cartoon and party at her home in Sara- settled at Lawtey where he was Council '
in business for ApprovesBid C -
'
as a '
toga Friday'evening many years "
Chapter No. 6, "Batman and Rob- Heights on '
builder and contractor and also a A A
ta" Serial following the basketball game for
five friends, celebrating her 15th fruit broker. Later he served as On ChlorineThe ..-.- :

birthday anniversary. postmaster at Lawtey.Mr. ,
SUN, MON.\ TUES Blanchard was a memberor
Mr, and Mrs. Carl Roberts City Council Tuesday night
January 26 27 28 and c BRAND NEW
Woodmen of the World
and Mrs. J. J. Holland were visiting awarded the Jerome Johns Oil Co.
:3 BIG DAYS the Methodist Church of
Grace
friends and relatives in with a contract to furnish ther1tv'g

., -- TR llRhRt1Pfll nvpr. the. weekend. I Lawtey. sunolv 'ot chlorine for the ; SINGERELECTRIC
------- -- -------- .
--- --
:
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Patton of Surviving are five daughters: coming year. ;

Dunkirk Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Enza Blanchard, Lawtey; I Johns' bid was about 25 centsa ( I

James Holdren of Springfield, Miss Authurine Blanchard, Jacksonville hundredweight higher than a T: CONSOLE

Ohio. and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ; Mrs. Susie Belle Dye Ft. bid submitted by Apperson Chem- '-' -

5,4IItLEYJQS Young, also of Springfield. were Lauderdale; and Mrs. Kathleen icals Inc., but the Council accepted -

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wyatt and Mrs. Wilma Bohannon it after noting that his 1 2? ; ;: I 1 Reg. 159.50 I II

i ? Smucker. few days last week. both of Miami; and one son, Robert is a local concern which pays .
in Blanchard. Lawtey. He is e i.;"
All were former neighbors taxes and does business in Starke. S. :
'
also survived by nine grandchildren Johns' bid was $14.25 a hundredweight i S

Ohio.Miss. Margaret Rose Duncan .and 13 great grandchildren. Apperson's bid was 14 I SALE.PRICE. $$1.39.50.5

was.home for the weekend from Funeral services were held at cents a pound. The city uses "j-:-_

QNBMASCOPOUIkrKUBt the, University of Georgia.Mr. the graveside in Kingsley Lake about 10.000 pounds of chlorine, .

and Mrs. John Sullivanand Cemetery Thursday afternoon at :, less liberal allowance on your old! .machine. '
year. _;' _
son of Jacksonville were 2 o'clock with Rev, W. S. McAli ,In other action the CouncU.ap- J I ,

..J. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ley, pastor of ,the Starke Presbyterian proved a project which will require -i.:
'
'
Plus "Tops with Pops"_ Cartoon Merrill Edwards. Church officiating. 1 Interment the laying of about'500' feet' 'of I Don't take a chance on an unknown make when'.you':: "--
Mrs. K. G. Duncan was the was hi thefamily.plot under prOb:: -.
correct drainage
pipe' to a
WED, THURS., FRI. overnight guest Monday of Mrs. the direction of DeWitt Jones lem on Cherry street near the,int- I S .: can own a SINGER for so little.' I I II

January 29 30, 31 T. D. Hoy in Jacksonville.Mr. Funeral Home. :
tersection of Jackson -, "
3 'C. I
Kennteh Kyle and ACT NOW EASY TERMS
"-. -- and Mrs. Active pall 'bearers- were G. W. Seven bids on some fire hosE; .
.i ;r & son of St. Augustine were Satur- Roberts H. C. Kelly James
,
A tour of amour! A, day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Waters J.. E. Wall. Claude Rowe. .were Fire received Chief D.and W. Carpenter were referredto and r.' ,' ..5.'S'S : :\! THIS SALE IS GOOD ONLY I

Songs, dances, lb Charles Dinkins. and C. R. Whitehead.
{ fire committee chairman Randal .- k/ THIS FRIDAY & SATURDAY
J Mrs. Bill Smith of Madison and
gaiety, 11A Chitty for study.

delight! 4kI Mr.Mrs.and Wallace Mrs. Price Ward of Price Quitman and, Merrill" Green' CQME IN AND SEE OUR COMPLETE SINGER LINE

Ga. were guests over the weekendof Southern Crematorium.Mr. .

i Mr. and Mrs. James Groover. Taken By DeathMerrill I .- Greene was born in Fitch- SINGER CHILDREN'S MODELS ONLY $9.95

.
The Groover baby, Kim. was con- burg, Mass. and had lived at ,.
rfS GIid fined 'In the Bradford County A. Greene, 64. died sa.t-I Kingsley Lake for many years. He "She would like to have a Singer like Mother's" .vi. -

) Hospital over the weekend with urday at his home on Kingsley 1 was a disabled veteran of World

(1l1I)1ftJS.,,&&1& virus. Lake and private funeral services War I and had been a machinist '

44tRW: Harold Davis and Zack Craw- were held Monday afternoon at 3'' until his retirement.

: ford spent last Wednesday to Sat- o'clock in the family room' of Sea-: Survivors include his wife Mrs. Denmark Furniture Co.

;to..._- TT<< MiUr" .-_--" urday in New Orleans. visiting shole funeral Parlors. in Jackson! Elizabeth Hawkes" Greene; a

Hannan Scallon. ville. Rev. Douglas G. Leather- daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Perry of .

Plus "So You- nt'ipret-! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dansby of bury, rector,of ,St. Mark's Epis- Washington, D. C., and his mother. 434 436 West Call! 'St. PHONE 151 Starke Florida I

ty" Short. Jacksonville were visiting his pa. copal Church. Jacksonville offi Mrs.. Margaret EL Greene,and ;,ir- : II

rents. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby elated. Cremation followed the I a brother, Linus E. Greene ofLeumluister -I

and family on Sunday. services under the direction of 1b.s3.. -- --
r
-

.



LI



.


1


VI'T

, PACK SIX BRADFORD COUXTT. TELEGRAPH. STARKE,,FLOEHXC THURSDAY, JANUARY ZI,- WoS
...... .
------ ------ -
-
IVYimt/ YY.YYYJJYY'YYYYYJTJJ'YYYJJYYYTYY'YJTY' I[year for the Keystone Heights and.she.urged memberships: tor-Tom Adams of Orange Park.I']gistration for Precinct.5 ,Hampton Makhett. of Felda. and Mrs. Ruby Gross of

Chamber of Commerce was held in the Library stating that the Men of the Church and visitors urged that all property Wendy and Debbie. Hill daughters I Palatka. Mrs. Swindell and Mrs.

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS at the Keystone State Bank on I $1 yearly family rate would enable in the community are cordially I owners register at Home's' Grocery of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill. I Ronie Andreu were Starke visitors

Thursday evening. Jan. 16. G. E'I'i. the Library to purchase additional invited. 'to come to this meetingand as soon as possible. spent Friday night in Gainesville Monday.Mrs. .

By Mrs. J. Russell Young Wiggins and R. L. Walker new books. The library Is hear an inspiring talk. Re- All property holders must re-, as guests of Sherry Christie. Nita Johnson and Mrs.
appointed to the Highways Committee I conducted as a public service by servation be made with D. gister in order to vote either for! Marvin Futch of Lawtey has Frankie
.. . . . . . . . . . I may Jean Keyes and children
AAAAAAAAAA&AAA&&aaaaaaf i** ft**A A A A AM A A A AA A A AAA A W. L. Reynolds Jr. andS. the Woman's Club with volunteeri A. Pangborn. president of the or against the bond issue in the been visiting in Hampton with returned Friday from a month's

E. McKay were appointed toj j i I services librarians- group. election Mrs. Home said. The his brother-in-law and sister,Mr. visit with Mrs. Johnson's daughter -
Bible Conference City. Mr. and Mrs. Park
Hay the Publicity Committee, and the Rotarians Hear Miss Robinson KEYNOTES registration itself in no way and Mrs. Leon Sauls and family. and Mrs. Keyes' mother in
Center Opens Season Fong and daughter Diana of New 1
ParkofthePalms.. Keystone York City. Mr. and Mrs. George I Committee on Clean-up Day will An informational program on Gordon,Purdy, director of the raises taxes as has been rumored. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meltonare Aransas. Texas. Their visit included -
be A. E. Anthony. the use of electricity and bottledgas Park of the Palms, left Tuesdayfor Other former registrations will now staying near Hampton the Christmas and New
Heights opens its 29th Bible Con Bolthcuse of Grand Rapids Mich..
Jan. Placques were awarded by the was presented at the meeting a short visit in Kingston not be valid f cr this election, and.I with his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. Year holidays.Mr. .
ference Season on Sunday .Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe of Otsego, *"
25, with Dr. Harold S. Laird I Mich., Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Drakeof President of the Chamber of on Friday./Jan.; 17 before' the Jamaica and San Juan, Puerto this registration is for this elec- L, Melton, after arriving last week and Mrs. J. V. Slade and

widely known Bible Conference I Ocean Grove, R. J. and Rev.I Commerce, Gordon Purdy, to Fred;i Keystcne Heights Rotary Club. Rico, where he will join the Billy tion only from Arizona, where he receivedhis granddaughter Marcia Kay were
S. Dodd E. A. Rushton and Frank Miss Jean Robinson home economist -I.Graham Caribbean Crusade as a The proposed bond issue is for discharge from the army. Mr. Jacksonville visitors
on Friday.
speaker, and former Dean of H. C. Leach of Lake Charles La..
Faith Theological Seminary, Wil- R and Miss and Mrs. Eagleson of Walrath Jr., for first, second and for the past three years 'member of the Board of the Latin; $450,000. which includes $20,000for and Mrs. Clarence Melton, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade. Jr.
third places, respectively, in the serving in this capacity with the American Mission. the Hampton Elementary and Mrs. L. L. Melton and chil- and daughter of Middleburg also
mington, Delaware. Sunday Toronto Canada.,
ser-I I Christmas home decoration con- Clay Electric Co-operative here Charles King is visiting his School. Date for this election has dren drove to Jacksonville Satur- visited here during the week.
-
vices are held at 11 a. in.. 3 p. Town Council Organizes
test. Winners for business places presented some facts gained in a brother in St. Petersburg this not yet teen set but will probablybe day to visit the Leonard Meltons.I .
8 Services For The
and p. m. throughout New Year I
were: first place. Keystone State U. S. Department of Agriculture week. Mr. King's brother has in March' this year. Mrs. Avery Slade and children
week held each .
the are weekday At the Town Council meeting on I t
j Bank; second, S. E. McKay, Real survey regarding uses of electri- celebrated his 88th year. Personals returned home from Maxville last
morning at 9:30: a. m. and Mon- Tuesday, Jan. 14, the following
Estate Office; and third place, city and gas. A graduate of Mis Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn are Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Birt visited Thursday where she had been
day, Wednesday and Friday evenings officers and Councilmen were ad-
at 8 p..m. ministered the Oath'of Office by the Clay County Co-operative sissippi State College for Women. spending the month in Panama the Albert Birts in St. Petersburgon staying with her parents since e
Electric plant. Miss Robinson received her B. S. Tuesday and Wednesday last
the birth of their new daughter,
This unique Bible Conference Notary Public, D. A. Pangborn: City.Mr.
Regular election of officers will Degree in Home Economics from and Mrs. E. W. Dwyer have week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Birt of Mary Geraldine. They were ableto
Center has been attracting visi- M. L. Beasley, Mayor; Mrs. Sara
take place at the next meeting, that college in 1952 and has since enjoyed visits from Connecticut Gainesville spent the past week bring the baby home on Wed
tors from all parts of the country McDonald. Tax Collector; Thom- I'
Feb. 20. taught Home Economics in High I I friends this past week-Mr. and near Hampton with the E. L. nesday from the hospital where LIQUID OR TABLETS
and it appears that the 1958 season IllS B. Millican, Tax Assessor; H. .
I i Civil Defense- Program School, served as Assistant Home I Mrs. H. Seibert and Miss Florence Birts. she had been receiving special I ......"e _
will surpass anything yet ex- i L. Ownbey. Fred S. Dodd. G. E. D OE 5COLDS SIOrt
To Be Launched HereIn I I Demonstration Agent and as Steine of Hartford, who stopped Mr. and Mr. Ed Durban and care since her birth on'-Dec.- 31. I wvvife w
perienced in the way of spiritual Wiggins C. E. Mitchell. Councilmen. MISERIES BECAUSErrHisnc
blessings and fellowship.The I Mr. Ownbey was unanimously I accordance with the recent Home Economist with the Coast for several days on their way' to son of Lawtey were guests Satur-! Sunday viistors at the home of I i

season's program includes elected to succeed himself as policy throughout the country, Electric Co-operative in Mississippi. St. Petersburg; Mrs. Mary Mon- day with Mrs. Durban's mother Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Swindell were RElY ON 66 I
1OU C'A'
the local Civil Defense tello and Mrs. May Scatterella of and brother. Mrs. J. L. Williams
program
Mrs. Swindell's sister Schock
nationally known Bible teachers, Chairman of the Council. C. H. Mrs.
will be promoted by the Fire De Her work here i includes radiQ New Haven; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. and Russell Williams. Rev. and :
missionaries, college and Bible Haberstroh was appointed Clerk-
partment. W. M. Beam and R. N. programs, talks before Home Demonstration .,Mosher of Bridgeport, who left Mrs. R. C. Gray and daughters of
school groups and closes with the Treasurer and Walter M. Mulhofer o
Sunderland of the Volunteer Fire' Clubs. 4-H Clubs and Friday for a three-week trip on Jacksonville visited in Hamptonone
Southeastern Regional Conferenceof : was appointed Chief of Police.,
the Christian Business Men's Mr. Haberstroh will attend the Department of Keystone Heights'I writing for the Kilowatt, monthly the East and West coasts of day last week with Mrs. Wil- o
in the of the Electric Florida. liams.
{ are assisting developmentof publication Clay
Committee. special course of instruction of-
fered a plan for Civil Defense locally, Co- perative, and works with the Robert Knox, principal of the Visiting in Hampton with Mr.
Guests and recent guests at by the University of Florida THEES.
Park of-the-Palms include Harry for City Clerks, Finance Officers working with Charles Wilson, public relations department of the Keystcne; Elementary School and and Mrs. G. F. Wolford, Jr. are .
County Director for Civil Defense. Co-operative. his aunt, Miss Kathryn Ferguson his parents Mr. and Mrs. G. F.
Liu, representative of the Pocket and Treasurers March 16 thru 19..
The Fire House will be eQuippedto Birthday Parties : Eichelberger have moved to the Wolford, Sr. of Covuuton. Va..
Testament League, New York Councilman Fred S. Dodd was
I serve as emergency headquarters January is the month of birth- Walker home on Lawrence Boule- .and Mrs. Wolford's mother also a cash crop -
assigned Chairmanship of Rules,
.. Ordinances, Finance and Taxation of the County government days for Bucky and Bunny Bunce, vard. Miss Eichelberger has been :of Covington.

For Infornratfon on All Line I I C. E. Mitchell Chairman and will be furnished with port- and their mother, Mrs. W, L. detained because of illness from I F. M. Dees of Plant City has '
:
of Life Insurance Committee on Sanitation Lighting able kitchen equipment blankets, Bunce has been busy with parties.. making a visit to her home in been here with his sisters, Mrs. America has many kinds of land '

CONSULT Water, Fire Protection and and necessities for caring for from On January; 7 ,Bucky celebratedhis Laurens, S. C. Glenn Macintosh and Mrs. Ethel I -some best suited for cultivated
50 to 75 people in case. of a dis- 10th birthday with a barbecued -I Enjoying the program presented Tidwell for the past week, while
Public -- -- -- -- --
Safety E. E. Williams
: like cotton
some
corn or ,
Chairman of aster A Jeep is being furnishedand hamburger supper at the j by Cornelia Otis Skinner at the Mrs. Tidwell has been confinedto "I crops ;
Streets Sidewalks
ROSE S.REYNOLDS ,
Both kinds
,
Buildings and Parks. the local Fire Volunteers will Bunce home on Lake Santa Fe. Pniversity of Florida on last Bradford County hospital with best for growing trees.

I Street signs are now ready and coordinate the plan with that of Enjoying this occasion with )Bucky i Tuesday evening were Col. Emma pneumonia. She was improvingthe I can produce regular cash crops
the County. were Eric Redfearn Jimmy Mc- VoeeL'Mrs.' '' Roy Watkins.. Mrs. first of the week.
after 'ear. If protected from
AGENT will soon be in placed report will .1--' -- lear )
be made at the February meetingas Headquarters for a radio com- Murtry, Ernie Parker, Johnnie H. C. McMasters and Miss Cleva Mrs/ Jesse Chastain visited fire insects and disease and bar-
Massachusetts to the munications center will be set up and Tony Brault, Lamar Hill, Wil- Carson. overnight in Ocala last week with ,
Life Insurance proposed blacktoppingof .
461 million ,
several streets. here. Herbert Nelson, licensed operator son Tyre, Steve Shackleford, Elam Attending the meeting of the her sister, Mrs. George Cochran vested wisely, America r t

Company of Springfield, Mass. New Committees Appointed will head this up and there Qlisson. Johnnie Allen, and Wal-. Florida Pond. Order of Blue Goose who had been ill. I acres of commercial forest ] j g

RES. PHONE 2701 By Chamber Of Commerce will be 12 operators trained to ter Wjlson of Merose) International, State Fire Insur- Mr. and Mrs. John Parker visit- land will always produce the

man such a station around the On January 18 Bunny celebra- ance Executives, meeting in the ed in Bradenton on Thursday and
The first meeting of the new I wood this nation: needs.DYALWOOD. 1
clock. ted her fifth birthday with a Ponce de Leon Hotel St. Augu- Friday of last week. Luncheon 1

The program rails for plans for party at the home of her grand- stine, last week were W. L. Rey- guests Saturday at their home

evacuation of Jacksonville and mcther, Mrs. F. E. Stitchberry. nolds, Sr. and Ed Larson of Key- were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morris

REYNOLDS INSURANCE AGENCYKeystone ,coastal areas in case of an enemy Young friends sharing in theafternoon's stone Heights. of Gainesville, and also visiting : x

1 attack. entertainment were Gary Chance was one of 100 Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. R. '

I Woman's Club Bake Sale Glenda Townsend, Greg Harris, High School students who took H. Parker and Mrs. M. P. Misner, I_ M" .

Heights, Fla. I Saturday, Jan. 25, the Keystone Cindy Hetherington, Gail Christ- the College Apitude Examinationat all of Hampton.Mrs. : ...-- -..... -- -
Heights Woman's Club will hold offers. Poppy Denny Beth Jackson Lee High! School in Jackson- J. G. Adkins visited in

a bake sale in the area adjoiningthe Mickey Brooks. Mike Fun- ville on ,Jan. 11. Gary, a Junior, Jacksonville with her soninlawand

ALL LINES OF INSURANCE. post office, beginning at 10 derburk Jack Funderburk Janine took the exam with High School daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joel

EXCEPT LIFE a. m. The Club, at a recent busi- Gay Ann and Ted Pennington Seniors.HAMPTON. Smith and babY,'On Monday and INC.

ness meeting, voted to install a Karen Williams, Christine Tuesday last week. ,

"Insurance Is Our Only Business" large gas heater in the Clubhouseto GabordJ. Cindy Scales Vickie and .....!.y. .... .. y..! Mr. 'and Mrs. Arnold Haddockand JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
improve heating facilities, and Sue Whidden, and Gina Massa. children of Jacksonville visit-

PHONE 2442 also' to do some necessary rede- Mrs. Bunee was assisted in caring ed in Hampton during last week- ., .

corating. The proceeds from this for the young guests by Mrs. Mike end, with the Frank Williams and .,,,'

sale go toward these projects. Funderburk and Mrs. Stitchberry. By Mrs. D.; E. inn Dan Johnson families, and Mr.

Members are reminded to bring CAP To ParticipateIn and Mrs. James Broome and fam- SHIPPING PULPWOOD TO -
their baked goods early. Practice Mission AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4Highway ily of Orlando were also weekend
S. E. MCKAY .. REALTOR :
.
At this meeting on Tuesday, A. practice search mission involving -t Repair Begun visitors here.Barbara is
Jan. 14, Mrs. E. F. Aiken vice- about 150 Civil Air Patrol Work has begun on resurfacingthe and Wayne Matchett '
Senior Member Society of Residential Appraisers president presided in the absenceof personnel from the North Florida highway through Hampton both students at the University PAPER COMPANY

the president, Mrs. W. B. Daw- area will be conducted from Craig and the two roads leading to 301 "f Florida in Gainesville, spent i <.
2 BR Home attractive large lot, in town near school. son who is ill. Plans were proposed Field near Jacksonville Feb. 15- west out cf town. Extensive sur- : last weekend here with their pa- PENSACOLA JACKSONVILLE

8750. Good.terms.. for a Blood Bank Drive in the 16.( Members of the local CAP will face damage, caused by the December -: rents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall

M B MHHMBI HI HHMBM H H HHMM B BB near future, since the supply held take part in the search for the freeze, will be covered by

3 BR Furnished Home. Lake Serena. Large Garage. by the Club in the Jacksonville simulated wreckage and "surviv- the re-slagging. job.

-' $ 1S90T; -Good Terms. Bank is low due to many demands ors1',. The importance of the CAPis I Damaged roads to be repaired ,1

made recently for this service.I indicated by the fact that the I are the state highway, Hampton's show
W.HY
LIST YOUR PROPERTY 'WITH US Mrs. Emery Cooper, librarian, Air Force i il; furnisbing' the fuel I main street, from the east city your crops can you

Keystone heights, Fla._ Phone 3071 reminded the Club that the birth- for this practice. Last year more limits through town, and the
day of the Library is January 28, than 80 per cent of the aircraft highway to Hampton Junction;

hours flown in searches was by also the diagonal cut-off towards --- ._ -
:
,f.
CAP pilots. Waldo. .-... ,. "- ,,' ,
The local CAP now have their Reminder-

plane In shape and cadets are Freeholders Register! H

I taking their orientation flights to With only two more weeks for I IN.

be in readiness for sea-air rescue freeholders to register for the

58 FORD PRICES ARE i missions. county bond-issue election, Mrs.

New members Joining recently Pearl Home, in charge of re- -

These are Gil two Lloyd new members and Al ,Sullivan.together.

with Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. Christ-. .
_
_
S offers and Harry Baker attendedthe ,
-
I Staff meeting held in Jack- / ___ -S. : -; Ia

sonville.
-e. .
Visitors are welcome to come t
LOWERON T i
out to the Airport and see the I

weekend flying. Also, the Patrol I
welcomes new memberships. The i
;ft\ I
regular meeting will. be,held Friday -

Jan 24.
Wife Of Former Chief $ f sv
M IvakM titamm T k cu tort h4 tll i
Mrs. Mozelle Casey, wife of.
I ., :4 ..
Homer Casey, first Chief of Police
'4' for Keystone Heights, died sud-

denly in a Daytona.Beach Hos-,

pital on Monday morning. The
SEDANS Caseys had only recently movedto 1

Daytona Beach to take over I
k-t; the management of a motel. Mrs. RAINROW.

Casey suffered a heart attack. 1tr.

She is survived by her husband t,

her mother, and six brothers and

i sisters. The body was taken to
makes the BIG DIFFERENCEThis
Maryville. Term.- Mrs. Casey's ,
It former home, for services and in- ;

terment. !
IttlFortCMfcwJOO Mrs. Latour To Speak year make more money from the crops you raise.

Infer SdM For Women's Group Use Rainbow, International's Premium Plant Food. With

@ Women of the Community Rainbow you get the ideal balanced mixture of all the

While prices ol otter '58 cars ban gone (UP/ iJo'f. Church and visitors are! invited to t ingredient your crops need for-

p CESS ,,, a sandwich luncheon to hear a l High yields of top quality production that bring pre.nuum *
-. ford has reduced prices BELOW 1957! ,tJ"o. review of the study book for Interdenominational market prices...more dollars for you.

\0d p0E study of social A quick start and abundant plant growth that con
Ford has reduced the prices of popular Custom \tV E;1 I problems from a Christian view --. tinues throughout the full growing season.
300 end Fairlan sedans below 1957 price! apt 0) 1 0 point, "Christians are Citizens." ---.I = n
-fi. CT Sa that resistant to
w more
are
r' Healthy, vigorous plants J
ItstAM wBo s The luncheon will be held at the .
Fords that huy Jar "
58 cm
And these new you o./I disease and that produce extra high yields-more I
beautifully styled handsomely 1 fiats 9r.c educational building Community
1957 are
pricts V t TAMP4FEBRUARY profit for you.
trimmed can that stand up widi pride alongside v. Church on Friday Jan. 24, at, 1
even the costliest cars. ,Sn ato fan p0 o C. p. m. Mrs. Latour is active in the 4-15 1see 44 Producing strong, sturdy plants that. stand up well
Visit your Ford Dealer and Action Test a new t&t.' o'i' work of the United Church and are easy to harvest

58 Ford. It will prove to you that for smoother Otto .to Women of Gainesville, as well as AIL of these I Rainbow, made by the International plant near you is
riding comfort topnotch performance, tight-fisted G tt tot! in her own denomination. The .cats aid f..hres! + r available in recommended grades for your soils and crops.
best dollar value a 58 Ford justcan't '
economy, ............. meeting is open to the commun- PARADES MIDWAY r- EVERY INGREDIENT IN RAINBOW
be beat! '
'. ) n.l w.o'I : ity. Please bring a few sandwiches.
I I'mint: AUjO RACES_*THRIU SHOw: SERVES A PURPOSE
IClU Y1raN
pout Parish Night GRANDSTAND For example Nitrogen that' fast acting and Nitrogen that ta
ATTRACTIONS
FQR' D' This Thursday Parish Night will slowly available during the full growinllleaaoD.Phosphorus and
NOBODY OUT-TRADES r.o.A.r. feature classes for the acolytes, RJNGLING BROS. AND' Sulphur for plant color,root and atem development and need pro
A FORD DEALER! PfiOVEO AND APPROVED AROUND THE iiut readers and Sunday School teachers. 0ARNUM I BAILEY CIRCUS duction. Potassium for sturdy growth and quality.Water soluble
and Calcium for vigorous growth and good healthy
The Rev. Mr. Allan Batt will FLORIDA ELECTRICAL Magnesium .
t3EA4. leave, plus other important plant foods for maximum yield*
be present for the evening's pro- EXPOSITION

gram. ,EXHIBITSFFA. b9 'INTERNATIONAL MINERALS
Men's Club Meets Monday FHA''g 4-H EVENTS

Andrews Motor Co. Monday Jan. 27, the Men's ART EXHIBITION oillp Lp & CHEMICAL CORPORATION ,

Club of the Community Church CATTLE SHOW, $. t.JALESFloridas ; 20 NORTH WACIIER: CHICAGO 6. ltt.
will meet at' 6:30: p. m. for sup-

per served by a Circle of the Greatest -
Church Women. The program

.- If you're Interested in an A-1 Used Car -- Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer--- according to President. D.: A. Annual Attraction! p'ht 1 |.Qcations ; Mulberry;; Jacksonville, Pensacola, Florida

1.__ y Pangborn win fce a taut by Sena


.

.

o' -- ; .



JANUARY 23, ,usa BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK FLOKTOAFAR'M rr tr'rI r
-- ._ ,
-- '----- - ,
-' -- -" '
-- -
""Y'fYY.tYYY'YYTTiit", ,n r and former neighbors I speaker of The Brotherhood Association Pvmrr'nYmmrrr. 1vr.yrymTm* was'lum-nted by the members of this paper far the announcement. f-os'inu-d' crpes-a.icc !n t.h" future

I STAT Mrs. J; R. Chasteen and'little at the New River NEWS OF INTEIttsT 'TO' OLOR1i I Delta Sigma Chapter 01 .. .3 i'iuI The, next home gamj for EJEi that she! mi rece'vui $n. the
daughter, Connie were spendtheday Church. J Beta Sorority conpesed of rcca-: i will be on Jan. 23 with Keller past. More patrons are iavucci to
guests of Mrs. R. V. Turner' Mrs. L. J. Swan visited her CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy bers in Starke and Gainesville.iir ; IIiSh School of Macclenny.. Due i(! attend the next me Ln"bit'i1-
67 Mrs: J. G. Caldwell and children OCt Wednesday., i son-in-law and daughter. Mr, and \wprs IT TP r! rri"d to the h's- '''to a transportaticn; problem thisgame 'will be held the thlid Monday in

iA Mr. and Mrs. R. V, Turner and Mrs. Donald Busby In Orlando for Ozora J, Shell pital for our sick and shut-in. We will be played in the after- February. School Days pictur

A .", children were Sunday dinner several days last week. "... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...,... . .. . . ..ie gii.0. Lu34, oiSter: iu.a uttie, noon starting at 1:30 p. m. All are in the hands of the children.
guests of Mrs. Turner's mother in AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJsick send the
Mrs. J. H. Verner of Monroe, Mrs.'Mattie Ellis and son Buddyof faithful member is out of the persons not working at this hour Parents are asked to
Ga.'was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Starke. In the afternoon they Worthington Springs were Inspirational Address list.The last meeting of the hospital She is still confined to should come and enjoy a doubleheader ,money for them promptly, so this

J. M. Bradley on Wednesday of visited Mr. Turner's sister and Sunday visitors of her brotherinlaw 'Rev.- A. 'J. Dayley, presiding "I Can Circle" was held at the bed. Members and friends are invited The Tigers and. Tigerettesare report may be closed out with
last' week. family Mr. and Mrs. James Red- and sister, Mr. and Mrs.' Albert elder of the St. Augustine Districtof home of Sister Rebecca Allen. On to visit her at home on expected to be at their best. Principal Thompkins.Mrs.. Julia
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey March- dish, at Lake Butler.MisslNancy J. Green. Jacksonville was the guest Sunday, Jan. 19, regular services Brownlee St. Regular services Thurston School News1 Albert reporter.
ant of Chipley were weekend Bates, student at speaker for the RJE elementary were held starting with Sunday Sunday with Choir No. 1 singing,;I The regular meeting of the PT A I March Of Dimes
guests of Mr. and Mrs.Joe Jones. F. S. U.. spent the weekend with .YYYYYYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyy chapel on Wednesday. Mrs. B. J. School at 9:45: Supt. S. W. New dster Lottie English pianist, Deacon : was held on Monday night with Join the March of Dimes today
Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Moncrief of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Lennon teacher cf the first grade man in charge.: During the morning Saul Hankerson president. President Louiza Brown in charge. ,i by buying a bag of potato chips.
Starke were Sunday afternoon Bates, and returned to Tallahassee JrlNl L'E' was in charge of the program. worship hour we journeyed to All members are asked to be on ; Principal Price commended the Pupils throughout the county are
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Sunday afternoon to resume JEl The speaker was introduced by White Springs and worshipped time for the' consecraticn.JoanJenkins ;Trustees and those responsible selling potato chips in the interest

McLendon. her studies there. C i r' Supervisor Shell, who praised him with Rev. Ccllins and had a won reporter fcr the painting of the floors during I cf funds for the Polio drive. Mrs.
Birthday Party Miss Jane Richarde of Gaines- airs. II.: SL McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj highly as her pastor at Bethel derful meeting.. At 7 p. m. we wor- Attention Property Owners the holidajs. She asked fo rFOR I L. M. Royal, divisional chairman.

Mrs. P. D.- Fancher entertained ville spent the weekend here with : !Church, Pensacola for more than shipped in Starke. On Thursday Did you know you were "free- ,
with a weiner roast on Saturday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. .|three years. Mrs. A J. Dayley expended night we will begin practice fora holders" and that the best things
afternoon from five until seven, Richarde. Miss Richarde will go Rev and Mrs. W; E. Ran "spenti greetings to the group Union Choir. All persons wish- in life are free? You can reregister '
in honor of her son, Peter's eighth to Jacksonville on Tuesday for a i Thursday night of last week, accompanied i. also. She is supervisor of the Mis- Ing to join are invited to attendat free during the'next two weeks SALESince
birthday Twenty-two \'isitth her aunt, Mrs. AnnieR. by Mrs. Vara Mitchell, sionary 7:38 and help build a better future for
guests were Departments of the .Dis; : p, m,. Prayer Meeting at remodeling and installing new,equipment at Herb's DriveIn
invited to help Peter celebrate on Norman. ;t with Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee, trict and works with the Young, 7 p. m. each Wednesday night.I the education of our children m
! this occasion,The children enjoyed March Of Dimes Dance In Hllll rd. Rev.'Hall attended the People's Departments.'. Luncheon Can Circle each Saturday night. Starke and Bradford County. Giveto I have the following used equivalent for bale at Bargain

roasting wieners and marsh. There will be a March of Dimes Fellowship Meeting in Georgia on was served for the guests, princi- Don't forget your mission work your children the best that Prices:

mallows outside, other.'refresh Dance at the Club House on Feb. Friday. pal Thompkins and the teacher begins with the sick.' Visit them money can buy through better' Large soft ice cream machine $700.00; Small soft ire machine

ments consisted of birthday cake 1 from 8 until 12 p. m. The pub- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Batten and in. charge by Ozora Shell, The I and cheer them often.-Sis schools and facilities. $100.00; Snow Cone machine, shaver, ('upetc.. $S3.00; l-floor
and drinks. Several enjoyable lic is invited, everyone urged to family of Jacksonville were recent Dayleys reported a delightful visitto Gladys Blye, reporter. Basketball | model
1-counfcr
games were played and the guests come. Tickets will be sold at the I guests of the A. J. Fender Starke.. First Born Church, Elder F. On Monday night at 8 p. m. model gas deep fryer, ( oo'ib. cap. $110.00;
enjoyed Anderson ,Junior High School'i stainless! steel deep fryer, 20-lb rap. $100.00; 1-floor l-hole
seeing Peter open his door. One dollar a couple. i family. Seeds Of Sisterhood Howard pastor, will hold regular gas
many useful gifts Rev. and Mrs. William Wilson!1 Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts of Soror Maurice Jenkins White services starting with Sunday played its first game of the .season freezer $5.00; 1-7' regris rotor, perfect operation: $;)0.00; 1-

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Alwood. of Lakeland spent Thursday night Melrose were recent supper guestsof presented $20 to New Bethel Bap- School: Rev. L. D. Griffin in against the Junior ,teams of large restaurant grill uith 2 extra burners $45.00; 4 1-4

former residents of this community i as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.I the H..M. McRaes. tist Church in behalf of Delta charge, morning worship at 11:30 RJE. Lawtey girls won, while the I liP motors, too small for' my use, ea. $10.00; l-!>maU table

now living at Avon Park, were II H. Williams. While here Mr. WU- Those enjoying the birthday Sigma Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi I a. m. with Sisters, Regina Ellis The jtarke girls boys are won ccached. a split decisin./:: / model 12lb. cap. deep fryer $!; .OO; 1-comprosvr & motor (or
here on'Thursday visiting friends son filled an engagement as guestI celebration and Beta Sorority at the Founder'sDay I and Beverly Strong in charge oi box or freezer 593.00.Herb's .
I dinner for A..1.\ : Catherine Johnson at Lawtey.; large
! I I Fendpr- -__ -at. .hie.... .Vinmo......" .lees.."' ,"L'1Jo.I..1A"n UUit..J Observance on Sunday.'Sorors devotion, preaching by the pastoror She has a record for producing I
Marjorie Johnson and Lucille appointee. The general publicis :
and CafeteriaOPEN
night'wer.e Mr. and Mrs. Fred championship teams in the state. Drive In Restaurant
Williams made financial invited to ]
a appealto come and worship
I Haislop Mrs. Inez Kelly, and Miss l Lawtey is scheduled to play Chief-1 EVERY DAY 6 A3I. TO 18 P.M.U. .
Soon
Coming "Fruitful
the public and with us. All members
raised
February"Put Patsy $23 are urgec \
Sweat all of Starke. 'and and Hawthorne
son: Watch I
which made a total of $43. We to be present. -Sis Wilhemena I I
We were glad to see some -of consider this definite Strong,
an Orange on Tree in Auditorium : seeds of reporter.
our friends
at church last Sunday sister-hood, for the purpose of Allen Chapel A.. M. E. Church -
S Put a Pear on Tree in the Auditorium who have beer ill so long and in]I doing good. A youth building'' is Rev. L.; A. Sampson pastor. Ser- T
the hospitals. Also glad that lit;now under construction at New vices will begin with Sunda r FINANCE

tle Billy Myrick is much better Bethel and this will help to buy School at 10 a. m.. Supt. Irene TOW COMPANY

First;, Baptist Church Hampton after being ill last week. I some more blocks. The money was Thomas in charge. This.is Trustee

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodman of accepted by Pastor Vinson and Rally Day. The morning and PHONE 514
Starke j j 144 WEST CALL ST
and 'Mrs. Fender's lather, turned over to Deacon Julius evening sermons will be delivered
R. L. Batten of Theressa were Royal chairman of the Deacon by the pastor. We thank the
11 A.M. -. "By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them" Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Board. Antioch Baptist Church members and friends for the very II. Now Making

7:30 P.M. = Mrs. A. J. Fender and family.' choir was in very good form and I fine cooperation and spirit that I
'_ t "Sweetest. Music. This Side'of Heaven"Marvin Afternoon visitors included Mr. did a splendid job with the existed last year and hope you LOANS TO ALL PERSONS 1, :'

\ E. Faile, Pastor and Mrs.' C. W. Batten of Hamp-, music. Guest soloist was SororA. I will continue in that same manner Regularly Employed Without Co-Signers .
ton. Staten of Williston. throughout 1958. All children'in
Church NewsBethlehem terested in joining Crusades for

Lr At The TabernacleThe Freewill Baptist Christ are asked to meet at the LOANS FOR ALL NEEDS

Church, Rev. L. McKay pastor. church at 4 p. m., Jan, 27 for an $25.00 TO 600.00
meeting last Friday evening The reporter, Sister Gladys Blye, important rehearsal. Don't forget
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE at the Gospel Tabernacle with is to be commended for such the big radio broadcast soon. -
Rev. M. M. Brackman broughtout I I prompt efficient reports. Last Sis. E. J. Givens, 'reporter. LOANS OF ALL TYPES

FLORIDA many interesting facts concerning week the omission was unavoid- Antioch and Calvary Baptist Personal, Furniture, Auto, Real eLOANS'
the small island in the able. She mentioned the fact that Church Rev. George Lee Pastor, I
West Indies to which the Brack- I Sister Mary Mack was on thee held joint services on last Sun-
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor mans plan to go as Missionaries. day night. with music furnishedby FOR ALL GOOD PURPOSES
Colored slides the choir under the directionof Consolidate Bills Reduce Medical Taxes Refinancing
Jefferson and Court showed the'beau- tn..n..mm..n.vIIICIILAND Payments, .
Streets In The Heart of Town tiful scenery and 'Villages in that Sister Shell. Sister Arata Wil- Emergencies, Etc.
Phones Of fie* 234 Pastoriura 130 part of the. world. liams made a financial appeal for

the building fund of the church.All .
,;a.S _.+--- 'The' weekend services with Dr LOANS TO SUIT BUDGETS. t } "
!' "hy Sermons: 11:00A.M.. '8:00 P.M. John McNeill, of Glasgow Scotland the sisters have pledged $5
Ity \lri.! Lncj Nonnaa and the brothers $7. Some of the 24 Months
Small To
Monthly Payments Up
Sunday'School 9:45.A,1'1.' Training Union 6:45'P.M. and Washington. D. C.; Gospel ... ...' _A..1_ ..___ ___ -
. . ,,,.a. -.B A
.
messenger'and musician, will 1 ........- .- .-..-.aaaaAa.- ... C 1UCU wane uuwuAll Naywcu. I H
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. begin Friday members and friends are asked ""
evening at 7:30: o'- 'I LOANS ARE OUR 'BUSINESS
clock and continue Mrs. Evelyn Mosley and Mr. to help in this building pro- .'
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH a. day evening,. including through the morn-Sun- and Mrs.;; Floyd ,Norman' all of gram for the upbuilding cf God's We're Here To Serve You Regardless of Who You Owe
Jacksonville, were weekend gue6tS'cf Kingdom. Sis Mae Dean re-
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3,. and 5 Sunday. ing message. .the L. M.:Normans. porter. I .'
SERVICE .
Hear .his unique messages and, SEE US FOR PROMPT EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS I .
Mrs.-Zettie Padgett is spendingthis New Bethel Baptist Church,
,' FOR ALL YOUR MONEY NEEDS
beautiful
music.Presbyterian. -
week ,.
in Baldwin
withthe
:, [ ,. Rev] 'Ai Vinson.' pastor* held regular ': :) "';) i ; :
k Edwin Knights.Mr .
services on Sunday starting
ChurchFriday : and Mrs. Lacey, Norman with Sunday School assistant I TOWN FINANCE 'COMPANYAT '
; and son attended a birthday supper Supt. i Elmer Shell in charge.
adult' choir practice, 'and get-together' the Roy Classes were taught by Deacons. STARKE
7:30: p. m.Sunday Griffis home near Lawtcy, the Royal, Dan Hankerson and Sister

HUNDREDSt Church School for occasion being Roy's .50th anniversary Lena Timmons, review by DeaconA. 144 W Call St (Across Street From Olen's Dept. Store) Phone 544 !1 1f
all ages, 9:45: a. m.: Morning Others present were Mr. O. Jenkins, remarks by Supt.S. f II

Worship Service "Christ's Second and Mrs. M. L. Thompson, Mr. Hankerson. Special program I ___ IT iiiIii!
of details are managed and economically Coming"- 11,a. m.;Youth Fellowships and I Mrs Asure Johns and children -
attended that only a,trained and '6:30: P.: m.:;:"Evening Worship Mr: and Mrs. Everett Row'eand .

t careful organization Can-,ttend Service, "Pharisees and Publicans daughter, Mrs. :Margie Rosier I du.
when'l and daughter all of Jacksonville,
,
l 7:30: p. m.
the urgent need 1 for serving is at of :
Mr. and Mrs. George Griffis ,
hand. Tuesday Women of the
Church, 8 p. m. New River, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. HANDIEST HANDSOMEST PICKUPS
Griffis and daughter, Mr. and
Wednesday Group Bible ,
Griffis and 'and
9 Mrs. Roy son, .
Study, 6:45: j'
DeWiTT p. m. Carl Whitfield of Cocoa.
C. JONES Thursday Junior Choir prac- Mrs. Sarah Norman and Mrs.

Phone 7 Starke, FU. tice, 3:30: p. m. Avie Austin were in Green Cove THAT EVER HUSTLED A lOAD !

Funeral Director Ambulance Service CARD OF THANKS Springs on business last Friday. }
r \
Our local fuatr&l borne tUblN u to offer oonrtzJ.&ce* and We wish to thank the good SIDES 0' '
errtcM not .th rwU. available. people and the members of Brad- NORTH ,

ford County Hospital staff for the
I v v Mrsl: Carl
By Brown
many kindnesses shown duringthe
W. funuih the htghect type service at wrest price, wad illness and death of, our sis- uWWIAAAAIWAVIIIIEveryone
*oc.pt ANT We insurance policy In force, baaed by A.NT00DIU1. ter, Mrs. Josephine Palmeri..Words

t 4f payment ia part or la full on A funeral cannot express our deep appreciation. enjoyed the ines ages

OoiUttlttUan curies DO obligation. .-Mrs. Oriel Dugan, Mrs. Ol- and fellowship with Rev. E. R. B.
ga Platou Kite of Jacksonville last Sunday.The .
Oscar Carters visited the
John Aguiars and :Mrs. Lois Carter -

.. ,: in Jacksonville last week. Come&Carrier
Charlie Gaskins of Avon Park
spent the weekend with relatives
OPENING NEXT S UNDAY here. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Amy and ,
children of Jacksonville visited
.. 1958 SEASONBLACK Mrs. R. U. Parmenter and the S. Handy'3104 Pickup

C. Harley family last week. I _
HILLSPassion The WMU met last Monday 1 '.
lit f '
night at the church and enjoyeda : 3804 Pickup

program and outline work for ,,". .'
this year. The next meeting will

be Monday night, Jan. 27, at 7:30: -, ::1: -

P lay p. m. in the church. Ladies,. let's I ., ;,', ',,' .. ,
"
back our WMU.. .t
Mrs. Carrie Norman returned r
home Thursday afternoon after ; : t Ready to tie Into tough
with JOSEF MEIERand ..
spending two weeks in Jackson- $ chores with all theteworkwhipping
i ville with her daughters Mrs.

.. cast. of 200 on the world's largest outdoor tage. Praised. by Lois, Carter and Mrs. John Aguiar: ..I' ,,f. features
-
thousands, this: is a performance you'll 'nc;ver forget! Sorry to hear that"little Mark '::' : Here's new hustle, new Youll find improved fuel-saving PICKUP BOXES UP .TO 9 FEET IN

I '* .:. McDaniel is sick. Hope he will muscle and new style! 145-h.p. Thriftmaster 6's, or new : LENGTH Take your choice of
;
LAKE WALES EATRE soon be back' In church. : ':. : Chevrolet's pickup fleet 283-cu.-in.160-h.p.'Trademaster 78", 98* or 108' pickup boxes.
My granddad, E. C: Clark. Is Each offers a full-width grain-
." ',' brings you a new high in V8's (optional at extra cost). ;
: I hems from the hospital; but isn't ; tight tailgate, more load space
,
: doing too well.. Would each one :. efficiency with more pow- And.uiltlIl muscle with newextrarigid (no inboard wh lhousings).
,
.. JANUARY 26 TO API ill 6Performances please join'us' In prayer for' .his ;' :".4' .. erful high-compression front end sheet metal
and frames! New HARDWOOD FLOCKS FLUSH TWSKID
recovery, i-4Don't t V8. and 6-cyllnder siChevrolet's hefty style
meeting ',', ..':: fenders,, grille and cab interiors i STRIPS Sturdy pickup floors
forget
prayer
.
..
Every Sunday at 6:00 P.M. Twilight are constructed of resilient seasoned
: 1958 looks with !
't Wednesday night at 7:30 and 1& :s., : hustling, pickcombine good can-. hardwood. Skid strips,
Sunday School at 945.: Worship : :1' .' .' .1" up fleet can handle tough jobs take-it durability. Visit your recessed nearly flush, give platform .
Every Thursday P.M.
Tuesday,. Saturday at 7:30 service at 11 a. m. Training ;, ;flr-, fast and at lower-than-ever costs! Chevrolet dealer soon. ; longer life. ,
Union at 6:30: p. m. and evening '.. '

Prices $3.00, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50 --.- Tax Included service at 7:30.
I > d. _" / We had a nice crowd at church NEW HUSTLE NEW MUSCLE NEW STYLE

I Children Under 12 Half ]Price last ,unday.. but could have been a .
r'-
better so this week let's invite ,
someone to go with us. It will
For Reservations and Inform Write help us and them too. > l1I/lffl CHEVROLET [JolF@Rl@\ [ o
i ,
,.. Just a note to remind each one
*' -' PASSION PLAY AMPHITHEA1 1'REne i
f to write their news out so you

Lake Wales, Florida Box 71 Ph6 Lake Wales 2-0511, won't forget it and hand It in' at 'Only fnotUiel OtterJot 4iiIay Ait Jamtui See Your Local Authorized Chevrolet DealermuRSDAY
I T" .. .. any, church-service. Will be seeing Benign .

... -. you Sunday morning, ." .at 9:45 ."" ,. ,
-
-J
frr.il
,: ,
I ii i
,....1.


,

.



-
- -
-
- -
---- -
-- -- -
-




limiT. s'itJ'fiW jil'COlfx1 TKLEhrcAPfi. STxnlrh?
} ri.nnin\ 't1T'RTI________u\_', _flVftlPV._._...._ 9't_, un_.__
-- .. -


300 Family j ; Starke'-Labeled -_ New Policeman Sworn In Brooker Market Chamberlin Buys

:
As Speed Trap : Wrap-Up Meeting

Project PlannedContinued (Continued from Page One- Complete ControlOf

} r 1 1L Slated Monday

( from Page One- iJ$ Bradford County has one of the ::-

lowest incidences of arrests of any Lr ( Growers in the Bradford-Un- Radio Station
dieted ,to inject an additional $5 A 441J county in the state," Judge Yawn

million Into the financial blood. % 1t i declared. k s::: ion-Alachua County area served
stream of the area. 4. estimatedby by the Brooker Farmers Market
According to figures
.Bigham estimates that after the will meet Monday night, Jan. Transactions were completed
judge, only one motoristout
recently in which B. M. [tDolphlChamberlin
the units are in operation the : of every 3,000 using the coun :z: 27. at 7:30: o'clock at the Brooker of Gainesville became
producing program will add an I 1 4 4 ,' 4 school.
ty highways is charged with a sole owner of radio station WRGR
additional two and a half million IS .. traffic violation:' .& f:. WWI- -
f Final plans for the operationof by purchasing the half interest
dollars annually! into the trade )i )- I '
During last year 1362 criminal an auction market on the owned by Alfred Temple of Lake
channels cf the area. And this 'J 1 ',
cases weremade! In the county. --i. Brocker platform this.season will City,
does not include the amount of 1p; If:.1200 .jthese were;traffic cas- be.made at this meeting.Growers
money which the people themselves An announcement from the station -
f : es; a figure considered to be a have also been asked to submit
will add to the economy by t \ -- & said that the change was
'
high estimate, it would mean eturns on'a survey of the crops j
buying and investing here. '-j : r .. made because Temple wanted to
th t..l00 traffic cases were made hat will be grown l in the"area

The additional:corn needed to jt % T month by officers bringing cases ,;- \nd which will be brought to the devote the greatest pcrtion of his

tJrMUl't t.hp PI1I7Q mill ,,1nn.. ,,_ _____ Intd'county court which in- __' .? Irooker market for the auction I time to WSDR Radio his stationin
: ,
m t-t30. : ; ;; .< :-- ;=,. .: -: i Lake City.
I tons o about a interior of Chicken Houses Will Look Like This dudes Florida Highway,Patrol officers : '. c iperation.
million dollars a year. Bi ham The sale was approved by the
as well as sheriff's department -
...cH..Gt............."..... ZUlU A"" U" 'h LUC' *UUUlll1 n____> .___ __ ___ _'"_____ ___> -officers. by All the growers Brooker in market the area are served urgedto Federal Communications Commission -

will this can be produced locally. 4i It is known that almost 7,000 Floyd, Edward Speight takes the oath. of office to become the I IneWe8t attend this important meeting on Jan. 6.

If so., It would require nearly 15.- j. ( r. cars a day use U. S. 301, and if member of Starke's police force. Spt'ight..n, ha'L served I I I VVRGR Radio was built and

000 additional acres of corn to .., J" the traffic,on the other highwaysis eight years with the Suffolk, Va. police department and two year Cabaret Dinner went cn the air last February under -

supply the feeding program which fr % ,' added to this it is estimatedthat on the Ojcilla, Ga. force before coming to Stark MayorV.. T the joint ownership of Temple

will be required, Bigham said, about 10,000 cars a day travel Jackson Is administering the oath. Slated TonightThe and Chamberlin. At that time

which could mean a shot in the %..J : in Bradfcrd County. This Chamberlin was also owner of

arm to the agricultural industry. would amount to about 300.000 .through Starke," the mayor said. Theron E. Moore public is invited to attend WGGO Radio in Gainesville but

'The operation in.full fcrce will '- jc. cars a month. And only 100 'of A check of cases during a nine i Cabaret dinner at the Starke has since sold that station.W.C.TSU. .

require about 800 tons of feed a lji : these are stopped for violating a month period showed that only Taken By Death Woman's Club this evening,

week and is expected to produce traffic regulation. 25! out-of-state motorists were Thursday, with two serving hours,

about 1,000 cases of.eggs a day. : 'That certainly couldn't be arrested as compared to 135 Theron E. Moore, 73, a retired 5:30: to 7 and 7 to 8:30: o'clock. .

Bigham said that one of the : H used as a basis for any charge of Florida drivers. I pharmacist, died Friday. Jan. 17, The dinner menu features tur'tey -
.
things which, prcmoted the idea \ 'T .: 'speed trap," the judge declared. local ham, chicken pilau and allfhe THE GREATEST PROBLEMS
To show that the city was not i in a hospital after a brief
of the poultry ranches was the .' \ "It's an irresponsible thing to
trimmings. There will be a FOR TRAFFIC PLANNERS
UK-
intent on making money from a i illness. He had resided at his :
fact that people in Florida are t say when no investigation has :lelightful floor show at BAN
\ "speed' trap" it was pointed out 1 home south of Starke on Route appearing ; SUBURBAN AND BQUR-
eating about 25,000 more cases cf been made of the record."
\ both serving hours. Tickets are BOX DRIVERS."
that during the nine month peri1 1 100 for about eight years, coming
eggs a, week than Florida chickt' Instead of the law enforcement
4 nominal and
will be available at;
&s I od the city policemen issued 70 1 here from Daytona Beach. He (SUNSHINE MAGAZINE)
ensar_ laying. being over-strict, the judge con- the
\ warnings to persons who had was originally from North Caro-
According to Bigham's research tended, it is not strict enough. ----
li
this number of. cases is I being \ "Pecple don't take the traffic I lommited violations. na. door.ALVAREZ'

shipped into Florida, from other % laws seriously enough," he stated. 1 Officers of both the city and Mr. Moore is survived by his I STORE "' h

states. It is at this apparent k'4 ? \ "They think it's a game they are county: said that they make sure widow, Mrs. Page Foster Moore. Established :tJJ I

market, on the belief that locally \ \ playing with the law officers, and that, the violation is a clear-cut The body was sent'to Arlington. ,

tJrnrlill'P 1'11171: l'I" l'nmn t.. ""tt..P' if they get caught they protest." offense before they arrest a a. for burial with rites held
-- violath
forthe-a ;s-tht.: Bigham & : "If the courts would begin levying tor, and do not try to ere Monday. DeWitt C. Jones
aimSumerel Shows How Ranchers Will Collect -
I ing with the Florida Poultry' Eggs .1 severe penalties it would cut 'split-hair"' cases such as arrest was in charge 'of local arrange- Sell It Rent ,It Trade ll

Kancnes. program was approvea this month down on the number of traffic ing a, motorist for traveling 27 ments. -

And. states Bigham, the gap I cases." mph in a 25 mph zone. '
the
by County
Commission.
This
between consuming and prosection I known as Flori-Haven, I 1 Vote Keeps "When we have the thousandsof Judge Yawn seemed to sum up Cub Pack 70 S WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED!
.
duction is widening all the time laid'out people killed on our highwaysas the local officers opinion of the
is for Views Film
28 units
with the growth of the state, Bigham are killed annually, then no- situation by saying: "I'll promiseany

cr itijig: a greater and greater j said and enough land has been Union %Wet body has the right to yell "speed motorist that if he makes A Cub Scout Pack 70 met Tuesday 20 WORDS OR LESS Oae Iniwrtloa (MlBlmvu Charge) .'11

market. purchased to accommodate 60 trap" when the law is enforced." reasonable effort to comply with ECH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER :o 4e Pu Wort
t nipht in the Methodist recreation
Florida Poultry Ranches, Inc. more units. Sheriff P. D. Reddish was in the law, he won't be arrested." 20% DISCOCNT 0V REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD

is planning to.kick off the proPlans The narrowest of margins-one full agrement.. with the judge's building with 65 Cubs and parents 25e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS ROT PAID Hf ADVANCE.CLASSIFIED !.
are underway for the Awards
.
present.
motion cf their project .this vote-kept Union County wet after statements. He cited the fact that were given and
purchase of about 1.000 acres of R. A. Griffis Dies; several film strips of the Cubs inaction DISPLAY ______
week, directing their first advertising the wet-dry election held out of the nearly 100 traffic cas- 11.25 Per lark First Userilen
surrounding land for the projects and one about the Starke HMO PER INCH FOR SOlEt) REPBtTED ONE OR MORE
TJ"ESCARDS
endeavors in the Miami i, nere Tuesday. Ie es handled monthly very few

area. to prepress' on in future years ,j. The final results were not defendents come to court to dispute Lawtey Resident Centennial were shown in keeping OF THANK (('It Te 50 W.rdi.) ,.--____ _________ ':'M

Sumerel points out that the.I until the total 300 units are con- | known until after the returns the officer's charges. with the theme of the month, 01'FR SO WORDS __- -__h----______ 4 Ceats Per W...
structed. .
folks coming into the project can j were canvassed and absentee bal. "There are so many killed on Ray Alfonso Griffis, 52-year-old Movies. MEMORIALS: AND RESOLUTIONS ________ 4 Ceahl Per W.r.

have their Mhouses' and,. production _._In' addition.' < to Bigham andS.umerel lots counted. Yesterday afternoon the highway all the time. the resident of Lawtey, died Tuesday Plans were discussed for the -

unjtfpUfkm-: ; made(:;, for I' ,.the board of directors. The final count-557 for permitting only way to slow down the num- afternoon upon being.admitted to Blue and Gold Banquet to 'be held 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KEY- PRIEST KINDERGARTEN

them. In [addition?"AthV4:: : :t*Q' Florida"...Poultry Ranches, Inc. In- the sa-Ie of liquor and 556 ber of traffic deaths is to en- Ii': Jacksonville hospital. 'He was Tuesday, Feb.. 18, in the Starke STONE STONE HEIGHTS STATE f BANK; FLA:-, MEMBER KET- moved Pmbyteriaji. Church..

bedroom hpuAS lillusjtrated.byhave \tde'Dr, George J. MiiIer1Mixnj against it.'jBefojerfthe. force the law." he said. born in Bradford County on Nov. Elementary School Cafetorium. FDIC. 4tchg l/U

the modeiOuyerirbaISO; :: tt:4 .t1 e-preside i : Dt ';W.; canvassing f and II.I ;* i yoc, rf/t; T j Jackson listed the 14, 1905 and was the 'son of the The annual charter presentation WAITRESS ,WANTED Apply IB FURNISHED APARTMENTS at reduced -
threeMiou.; edroojh, : counting1'of1' absentee ballots wW city's case'tas: similar to that of late Enoch and :Mamie Brown will be made'at.this time.WRGR person B' Si j r Truck) Stop. tfchg or with monthly rates for couple
one child. All
hcmes. sj j I- .J.. j'!''r',1..n''"., !j w j'..McChney.' '.. ..' director of the conducted the drys were leading the county, except that a checkof Griffis. He was' a member of the NEED TIRES Close in. W. H.convenveniences Noll--

More than 'twd'c11eknThpues.Of: > Florida infirmary, 549 to 546.Lawrence. I traffic cases showed the incidence Baptist Church. Jet them now/ .pay a.1- YOU ride : man 228 W. Madison St. Starke.tfAMA .

can. also be had. Sumerel said, secretary-treasurer; and John Renfroe, Tallahassee of arrest even lower. Ask for our easy budget terms i tfch*
I Besides his wife Mrs; Boncile L acy .Conway Sales, and Service
with increased monthly profits Hancock of Gainesville assistant lawyer representing the Union I ,During 1957 the city made 364 ., Union Pus Station. Stark_ Fla.tfcbe. !! eulvert FOR SALE-It- z 15 ft. steel
Ford Griffis he is survived by pipe, U.i ft. ALfW Build.
being: paid pOrPortl nat ly with County Good Citizens League, traffic cases, the docket shows,, ing lots for sale in S nth Cat
see ctary-treasurer Ralph Roley, two Donald Gnffis -
; ; sons, Ray ,
the number of chicken houses I which'campaigned for a dry coun- an average. of about .one..a day. 1490 KG PHONE 500 WE HAVE a new loan for Subdivision. Low down payment.

manseed.. Miami'_ contractor. ; and Doyle rty, said.the. ,election probably will 1 "This is. very low for the serving with the U. S. Navy in STARKE, FLORIDA farmers. Loans of 1 program to 5 years Low monthly payments. BILLY
; JACKSON.
I' and Enoch for the'entire credit Phone 1SS, -do Central
plat for: the first. unit of the Conner of Starke. challenged in' court. amount of traffic traveling Japan Eugene The 'Music & News StationIn requirements : Truck Linen tfrhgr
pt the
farmer and his fam-
with U. S. in
Griffis the Army
__ u _. -. Starke. *. ily. Gainesville Production Credit'
1
'. France;, and one sister, Mrs. ? Association, CO North. Main. ONE BEDROOM furnished< apartments .
.' essie Wooten of Kingsley Lake. MOSD.V TIIRIJ FRIDAY Gainesville. Fla tfe1g Jackson.for rent. Phone 165, W.tfehg T

-, Funeral services will be announced 'r f ,'
'
I. 6:00: Sign on. and News WHEN IN NEED OP FOR SALE, BY OWNER-Lovely
later, pending the arrival .
2b'droommodern
hwne, computely
6:05: Starke Wakes Up
.f" II' -
of his sons from overseas. TOPSOIL furnished, even a television and
COMBINED STATEMENT : 7:00: First Edition (news) deep freeze: and' an' all-ele'ctria
Jones Funeral Homein ,
DeWItt C. '
.. '-- '., 7:15: Starke Wakes Up FILL DIRT kitchen.: Good frame house wltb
1 1l .in charge of arrangements. 8:00: Sports fireplace, porches, and carport Also
l a, huge barp on. 10 acres. ideal
: 8:05: Starke Wakes Up ALL TYPES- for pony farm,
:: cow-pasture; or
.
: ;
/ .1. $. : Mrs. Annie Dinkins 9:00: News & Betty Grey- Show chicken ranch. On paved Highway
*- TRACTORWORK 1I., at edge of Starke. Price $15,100
10:00: Sweet Music Show &
Dies In JacksonvilleMrs. One-third down. Phone or we Boyer
4 : :: News (hourly) AND Ranch. tfche
OF CONDITION : 12:15: Second Edition (news)
i" Annie Eliza Dinkins, 91,, Light Bulldozing City sad Lake Hear, Farms,
12:30 Sweet Music Show &
:
Haiiokr,
T's Arrmge. Florida Realty
ied Jan. 16 at her
Thursday ,
News (hourly). 3 W. L. THIGPEN, JR. {... 118 N. Walaat St.. Phase 33.tfehg.
residence 2226 Post St. in Jack-
3:00: Starke Music Hall & I t. Z Box 245-D- Alton Ed.
sonville.
; Call r News (hourly) PHQNE 297-4 -iEW-Beautiful ZO. 50 or 75 piece
Comptroller's : Mrs. Dinkins was born May 11, Mon., Art Mooney; Tues., por- Starke Fla. sets. Stainless Steel Table Ware,
Manntown Baker County with chests. Less than half f@.
,867 in -
don McRae Wed. Bela-
Harry
;
tall price. Jan. Only. Call after
"t .
December 31,1957 '- and lived at Lawtey for many fonte; Thur., Sammy Kaye; Fri., OCR TEVTH ANNIVERIABT' 1 p.m. 408 S. Redgrave St 4tp 1/31

t-,......, years, moving to Jacksonville 12 Eddie Fisher. RADIOS REPAIRED
.
.... .. .' years ago. She was a member of: 3:15 Mon. Howard Tues. AU Make All H Me-2a TWO UNFURNISHED :3 bedroom
.. -1., : : Eddy : a..a.bl Ckarzti mraiteM home. One on Keystone Lake
t the Lawtey Methodist Church, Sunny Gale; Wed., Luis Alcaraz; HAL C. SHEPHERD Kitchen utilities. Reasonable rent.

.: and. was the widow of the late Thur., Rosemary Clooney; Fit, II W. Call St. Starke Pk. Ut Phone. owner Keystone Heights
RESOURCES LIABILITIES ?!6? tffhg
Charles Dinkins. Jon!' James.- i. .. ( '' _

:: leans & Discounts $$180,704,236.05 Capital Stock $18,950,000.00 :P'-" ;' Surviving are three daughters, 3:30: Mon., King Sisters; Tues., For all roar REAL R.ESTATE*. Eatate lift4 FOR home.SALE Can-:3 be bedroom seen by tw appoint.* bath

.. Mrs. Werner Dolling and Mrs. H. Billy Vaughn; Wed., Jo Stafford; See ment only. Call 680; after < pm.

Banking tee, Furniture & Fixtures 6,237,355.22 ,'Jfs :. L. Cotton, both of Jacksonville; Thur., Tony Martin; Fit, Larry 118 Trmplr TURRT: A.ELROD.-JR... Starke., Fla, call4e! tfrhg

Other Real Estate Owned 451,936.25 'Surplus I 21,265,00040Undivided q:,:. ; Mrs. E. H. Hatcher, Tampa;: two Clinton. (Open .Llitlaga Invited tt.lLc FOR RENT-Four room heuse, two

) :., sons. P. L, Dinkins, Lawtey, andL. 3:45: :Mon., Andy Williams; bedrooms bath. Apply Coney In-
Prepaid Expenses, .. 73,491.33 Profits 2,213,550S" ; F. Dinkins, Starke; three sis Tues., Ames Bros.; Wed.. Ferlin DICKENS TRAILER- SLE9-- I. land. :tp 1/24

Other Resources J.'.,:' ;:.. ,. 443,760.05. :(. ters, Mrs. Lillian Bloom, Macclenny Husky; Thur., Diahann Carroll; ..NF.W.? FOR SALE-Peanut Hay for cows,

Customers Liability A/C 4 ,42B, .n Mrs. Fannie Taylor, Baldwin I,, Fri.' Vic Damone. USEDRANK FEVANCJ: nnrses and mules A. A or J?. if.
;: Bussey halfway between
4:00 Mon. Caterina Valente High
Letters of Credit 1 and Mrs. Roxie Allen BushnelU: ; Springs; and Ft. White Y.
I 110,774.56 Pkoke 502 on ( S. 27.
Tues :Martin Wed. Doris
Reserve for Contingencies U34,25313 ten grandchildren and ten great Ray ; -' <- 3tehg 1/Jl
Accrued Interest & Income grandchildren. Day; Thur, Wayne King; Fri., LAKE CITY FLA.

.,w, Receivable S 1,755,34114 Reserve fur Taxes, Interest Etc. 2M42U9 ID. Funeral services were held .asi Lena Home. tt SALE.THREE f7 BEDROOM Frances St.HOUSE Pinehaven FOR
Dean Tues.
4:15 Mon. Martin
: .
;
Subdivision
of ftp 1/J4
2 at the home
S. Government SecuritiesFlorida 209,573,160.94 Friday at p.m. TRAILER
Jill Corey; Wed., Jackie Gleason: PARK SPACE FOR
J Interest & Income Collected Not Earned 2,784,412.41 her son, P. L. Dinkins in Lawteywith r, RENT-Large lots, completely modern FOR RENT-Four room furnished
&
County Municipal Bends 22,479,846.35 Thur., Johnny Mathis; Fri., The ,
Rev. L. D. Haines and Rev across the road from beautiful apartment. Private back and front
Other State & Municipal Bends 5,912,031.11 officiating. In: Hilltoppers. Lake Geneva on Rt 100. Quiet entrance. Large fenced in back
letters[ ( cf Credit 122,8443 Robert Chapman 4:30: Mon., Del Wood: Tues., Nat and friendly. $18 per mo. 4tp l/o I yard with patio also garage. Adults .
Federal! Reserve Bank Stock 1,053,300.03 terment was in the ManntoxiCemetery or Connie with email child.
Cole Wed. Five
King Keys
; ;
: under the direction of FOR RENT-Three room apArt- XG petll. 570 W. Call St. Phone 113.J

Other Securities 1,602,133.78 Other Liabilities 11122.52 Key-McCabe Funeral, Home Jack Thur.Dean., June Christy; Fri., Jimmy ment 13' ,lg partly N. Church furnished.St. Adults on- Itchg

Cash OR Hand & Due From Banks 189,8551642.89. sonville. Up. FOR SALE-House trailer '58. 5
4:45 Mon. Gene Vincent Tues.
: ; TED-UnaUacbed bedroom. 40 ft. modern. Will con
: \
43227,62811.1 Deposits 565,7n1,236JJ Kay Starr; Wed., Judy Garland: In and help take care woman of children to live sider smaller trailer and rash in

W. F. Rosier Thur., Sal Mineo; Fri., Elvis Pres- Phone 3K-U Starke. iti. trade Trailer or sell.Park.Schuette.Highway Lake 100 Geneva 1.

Taken Death ley. FOR ASSISTANCE in tiling ISCOME mile east of Keystone Heights.,
$620,345,841.61 20,346,84117 By 5:00: Mon., Fred Waring; Tues, TAX RETURNS, see Charles ILuthe !IP 1/54
Pat Boone Wed. Pee Wee Hunt SOD, Bradford County Abstract Office

..-.. .'. r- '" ._ ,,,... ,, ,. <.0_ f. William Fonzo Rosier, 51, of ; ;- Saturdays !to 1130. FOR SJLE I z I x 16 Concrete
.
I '.$ -1' N Jacksonville FEET
''' (;: : """I '. ,'." 0 ;' \ Edgewood Ave., Brothers. HURT. SORE TIRED? See Mix Cement, Sand Steel and
.t'c'o''e' A'I'I'D"I"A 'IA'IA'I' "- '" Monday moht comfortable Shoes and boots In Aluminum Windows. Also ready
t fI-OI' I"A'I hospital there on : ,
: I' in '
p ,.. AflOAL ( ILOUIA 1* .i a' 5:15: Mon, Tab Hunter; Tues, America from 1 to 8 pm. 408 S L mixed concrete.: Pradford Engineering -
t Cf ....OtKH"'Uf' At COuL GALL AT roil riHCErtongi .. ,on 5.. JOt -r;. ': Jai: 13 following ,brief limes Peggy Lee; Wed., McGuire Sisters Redgrax St f lt ark 1'. !tp 1H! Co., Phone M. tfchff
.
b',. rtoM itii ricuci am i tint to MTIOWU. uu riNtu uu j.t_ of Union County '
iu UK i iiiist COMP.,.. : ; His a native -
r" AJ MIAMI. At DAYTONA lUCit _. At FilNANOINA' I ACM AI AD4ON >> Jj' ; Thur., Frankie. .Laine; FriAl .IHibbler FOR SALE BY OWN'ER-10 acres REWARD-Information le.idlnjr!' to
!V ItlllU UtlMUl FLOIlOt UT.OXU UkC flOHOA UU ;:. ..:,: '? ftotiM MnaiAi i$dI f4..' i P : and had' lived In Jacksonville fronting State Road 230. Just past recovery of heavy; Butane Gas Tank
t UKAl At UKCIAMI At AI AtUNCtONAI r ... where he City limits. Vicinity of fine homen. stolen Bowline1 Apartments.
$T. KtttStUIUtlMAl flOriDA utiout$ HMAt DfLANOuiiaut UM' ., -<, f'-... flOll.. IAIII -. 4 it I IflOlt" for 'the past 15 years, 5:30: ,Mon,. Kitty'Kallen: Tues ideal for" development. or tang range Orange and Call Sts. (Aerws from cor.

',3 AIflMK Otl.u.DQ UK Iff WiStHOIID ': At 'fll' I -.t; cmmi 'I. was :employed as a.metalworkerfot Hal.. Kemp; Wed., Johnny Ray: irufstment potential. LF.. MaMee, Jlaoonio Temple). Mr*. E. J. Cowling .

'! MTIOMl- IMIKMICi UITC* MTIWU MMAt At ftOIIDI JACUOMVIIUflOtlOA IUKIS 1W ilttfll.'"- 4 .M rune IIIS/t1OtLL* MMMIMkM-, 1 U;: It]I :".the Southeast Orerhourid.Bus Thur Stan Kenton; Fri., Three P.: _O._" Box- _34S. Keystone-- ghts. FlaItp. -, 309; !> ChrUtlan. St. or phone H'h. .

t 4 AI rtNACO.A. U0l! MTIMUl IMI UHtA .- ,' RO......... .,... <-'u. 'IIf:1 l Co; Suns., .
!. AT welt UIIOHil tui ttt.cnMIIMItl UK 1 TMT (1 AI GAINESVIUEfiCUBA I,STAKE ..- ; AT HtNf.' 1o.' iLl' '. 9' :j'flDt101 Surviving are his --wife Mrs. 5:45: .'Mon, Hugo Winterhalter; Odd MINNOWS Norman.FOR fIi'SALE W.85c Call doz. See St.. FOUND-Female Bird Dog. red and

''g ., WI A? CjKA1"IMIMU. lAd flOtlU If Lit IttlOMt UKAI '. ;.., AI HOIIU Vt O atTMU.MACM UK ,rl.: .a "1'4. d'11'.L -,; Catherine Sapp Rosier, of ,Jacksonville Tues; June: Valli; Wed... Dinah S arko.. Fla 'tn 1'' 1) white oayinr spotted.pound fee Owner and adv.may cost.have Contact by.

et. ""iiI<' t.. ;.,\: .. "< ; ..'9" -..........''t'C!'. ,. ,. .,..,.,.. ...... ,. '-' -'.: _.1 ':;., "' "to-?.. ._. ; 111! !:tJ it; : two daughters; Mrs; Shore; Thur,:Frank Sinatra;. Fri., FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS for City Police.-. 'Itchg,
'
,
.L.$.'W'... : "'-""- -.: "' 4'''':'''' ':!,;. ...::::.'.\: .F'.dtt...... :.. J,>, .. ..\rt.>> <. .r- f.- Irene Parmenter, Jacksonville, Perry Como.. 3 Rent. Stove and refrigerator. Call FOR SALE-New 3 bedroom home on
.. .,_, San 101-W Up 1 acre of land. $500 down. Easy
t Vernice Inglett
: and. Mrs. 6:00: Third Edition: (news). 3 I terms. Off Humphreys Rd. Edward

Bernardine, Calif; one sister, 6:15: The Service.Show. WAITRESS WANTED-Esperfen 'd,, R Dval Oon TVI Lawtov !tn 1130

: FLORbiDA! National Group Mrs. Effie Mae Wilkinson .Law 6:30: What-A-Burger Show. neat pleasant: Apply own Noegel transoortationnecessary. 301 Re- FOR RENT Three room furnished

I .. tey, and four brothers, Carlos' 7:55 News and Sign Off. tanrnnt Itrhe, anartment. Utilities furnished. Prl-

28 IAHK' I" fit! flOlltiA NATIONAI ClOUt : Rosier, Lawtey, Melvin Is, Saturday vat" entrance T* D. Cr/>en. ices
FOR RENT .
.1- ,' f Banks ; Four room hon ElM' pfai" Po'- PlIMI'lillT, Un
( t!' ...: '. .; ;;: 0 Raiford. Cecil Harris. Baldwin, Same schedule as above except: frioity and runnin water. S!O month'
;k-.b".t #- : '_ and Lonnie Harris Greenville. to 6 Road Show. Two milM out Phon* 4S1-Y. Lt BRt 1. FOR g.U.I* -'V Plymouth 4 door
"'J .
r ; ; \\1 p.m. .
;{ : .
J""n. .
1 Rnr 4 7 HpSI '
k J; ; 4.'S : ..: ;," were held rod'o end h ter W! Will a-nt
Funeral services
Sunday
-
'\. '- trait In. Crescent Court 21-! mlipc
... -' '. .......'',''' ..' : : Thursday, Jan. 16. at 2 p.m. in 7:30 Sign on. Religious pro t'OR: < financed., '.-'57 Four door re3en1atlln. Plvmof'h.4'ready ,... :. Sterir.: Ito
Very !
I "'" : -, "k. ..__ .._.. III
Sapp Cemetery near Raiford. Interment grams until 1 pjn. ,0. '
.. .
T . .
FOR SALT Several
s followed under the direction 1 to 6 -The Sunday Show. .. yonn hoifcr.
*' pjn. .
U E-M BEfiS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE : FOR S.H.F.-RBI""ntflll lot. ( uemsey. Ayeirhlm and HoMein.
.,. .,.. ,; .. -C.OR-pO--Ay.I-o-M-r., .' of .Brinkley Funeral Home 6 to 8 p.m.-Same schedule as _wn"r.of hlks "**' "* ,.,'uflhniii ap. \I TTeavr mllbTS with vnimrlv".
:'.;.8ti: .--:":L'r't'. f :\. M&cclenny. week days. Priced to elL Floyd Phone 481-Y L. B. Jordan, Rt. 1.
'
-- --. ,. :, '. \ -,. I, -- .'. ZZ8 or ZTJ-L. :,11P Box 421.- lippial
-
-

-.. _. _. ...-

H t.Ot IZ .1 !. 'f11 I


'flf... .
.

I_-_ --i.- '- -
> -
_