Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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You Think Trustees :-6. :.. .., r.-' .. ;' .
Hospital May Be Nearer Than Find &: it1I

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its drew n.et-ting here Thursday afteraoor. for $167.500 in government funl? wn' :r .e' vu'h f.e B-A. ,..,,,, .t to realizing
be nearer
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than even the of last weEk that $60.000. has al under the Federal Hospital Survey : H.I l trust.-trs :last wee, ".t\ :.1 .u,'", :.,..d.ro.- F. :et:
eived here last week from an of- of a publn: hospital
bf- read been appropriated fr-"R- and Construction Act Mr Burns stated that Bru!-, r : 3. : Tus :ne.itr..i'. the : 'vnere :
f'. /al of the Florida State Improve most optimistic supporters >
ment Commission hat cauwlmeiTJrg ueved.Trustee. Federal funds for the fiscal year The purveyor of this good news <_I'i! l"r.ion counties are grvuped l' eligible! tor i grin: .: !TR

Chairman Charles Hardy 19 2-.3 for a hospital in Bradford was Arthur G Burns. Supervisor :.igetr.er ir.,1 da -1 t.i a- RE'g'lI' ,1.11 Federal! funds to >-. \ t'r 6,-> per o-
of the Board of Trusteesof
the local hospital corporation to |I,,I and other members: of the board County Furthermore for tiir of the Ho-pital! DiviMon of the ,\- '* r..<.h hda been gIven an of the cost of building ar.j t'"...; _F

surorj-e! when told at a year 1953-54 this county is booked Florida State Improvement Cocv -\-J; ...ra,2' the hihest pns: a hospital This.- th:' hs1giar.t -. zw '
believe that Bradford County may expressed _- 4
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vB..rns! :.>.11 the warned$$0! I that 0 t-:.'..: ";,i'- LJJt _

I BRADFORD C OU N TY TELEGRAPH'Official .. i. .ted for th.- \ eta. : "

Ii u'il have t.> be : .' i ::0. -

i 1 There is r.uurf! "- __

Publication Established In 1879KKVKNTVFOI'K .\ A I.> be done bet i.t' '.'r'.t' -
County -
i = .i.t: > !he recommended fat I : :r

\'OLUIt. -", STAKKE. 1:1.0RlD.J1.1D- \r. 4AM"AKY: :3. 1953 -- -- MMHKK: T\\t\T\; -tH.IIT: b".inl of trustees first .'b'a.:. :

-- -- services of a qualified i ter.-
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: make a sun-ey and deter: .- <

City To Issue Revenue Certificates what size facility is needed ir: f -

His Day Next WeekEntire Un-ahty He said it would be b. '. Trustees of the Bradford ( ountt Hospital t ,rHraiin, art pi.'tma .

businessto construct a hosp.:,''. Kv4s th-v ,-onferml 1.1..t't'J.
k uuh \rthur t.. Hums. -,,,".r- ,
For $100,001)) Paving-Sewer ProgramThe that was either too large or toe of the lit.n a Mate Imprmenu-nt t .mKsn-s-.. llospiui |livisi.n
small Prom left t,. riahtIr: >>. Ionise Kite. CUnde
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\1:1' Mr. Hums. t h,,

County Joins ,# a Cit mvei A step closer ")!N'nO.tur.'s ne,-...-*tn in dramige official The Improvement stated that the Commission cost of les Hard!), hoardhairiiiai. anl II. >. \ndcrstin.

1 1I :.t. its proposed paving and sewer j roolei.-is ant piscellaneousexpenses building and equipping a 25-be .

In Big Celebration :xten-ion program Tuesday' night hospital should run around j ject here. : 1 fund at the end of thusa-

I t .hen CIty Attorney G L. Patten It has not been decided vet what :I $330.000 On the basis of a 6' A special act passed at the 4 ount> would still have I' "

Middleton I was authorized by the Council tc revenue of the City will be pledged per cent grant. the government'would last seSSIon of the State Legislature in additional J50.000 bet- .. .

For Dr. W. E. a proceed immediately with the a> .--ecunty for the issuance of pay: around 215.000 of the provides that all over ,on the project" could begin s >

validation of $125.000 wcnh oj the certificates.A amount. TIns would leave the :I $50.000 received by Bradford County 1 no plan has been annoui: ,>,<

L. F. Chapman. SuTiutendent| of the revenue certIficates. payable overt t bid of $3.940 was received! I County about SH5.000 as its in race track funds each year .raising this additional anu':v:,:

State Prison, will serve as master of ceremunes period of 15 years. The irotioh'' from the Burton Walker Construction -; share of the cost.Mr shall be placed m a special fund Mr Hardy announced tlit''

!' when all Hradfoni County turns out a.' was mad.' by Councilman Ewell1 I ILaWtl Co of .Plant City for the Hardy stated that since the jI j I for the building equipping. operation the time ,
being : t.
next Thursday to honor 1)r.V.. E. Middlet. .n seconded by Councilman ] widening of Jefferson Street from I ', and maintenance! of a county -. hospita.
veteran physician whose 7Cth birthday fall P L Bridges and unanimOUSl1approved. !: Temple Ave. to Walnut St. For I I county already has $32.000 in its hospital here will meet each Thuraiav !1U'r t

on January 30 and who M this year completing 'I this sum the company proposed tc hospital fund and has every rea- Mr Rut ns said that the county 730 o'clock in the cout\

half a century of medical practict in thi* The artion Tuesday night set I remove existing curb and gutter : son to expect as much or more tc must have it- tuiui on hand before missioners ......'.1'. upstair .. .

Ii'y the wheelin motion for prelimlv! widen existing pavement from 27 be derived from race track fund t t nst! !r.iif ;mil of the hospita1! coi.rthou-e He tatetl! t It'l I t':

county.The main. address of the ,w\ nary work on the projects. but iti I to 37 feet by the construction of I this >ear. he thinks the outlook i>' tan b.ii! W th Mine $65; ,((XX) expetted pllWli I- liuitrii ti< aft: .t i. : '

s. hardly likely that actual work a ix-inch Hrnerock base! with a hopeful for the ho-pital pro t t.> b. "i-i hard in the loc il iii't't! :ing.
will 1* made by Dr. T. Z Cason Are You A I very _._
on any phase of the" program can] double surface treatment for a |
prominent Jacksonville physician begin before late spring or early! width of five inches on each PU lI.! '. -

and civic leader and longtim:: summer The validation of certificates of the existing pavement and' SentencedOn
MiddletonBaby Owners Dowling
Dr Middleton. Factory
friend of and accompanying red i i construct new concrete curb am1'putter. '
J. K. Walnw right will
tape will require from 60 to 90 i ida .

prenent a trophy of appreciation ? \t to romplete it was said. ;i Councilman L. O. Hazen mover!

to Dr Middleton from Jiis man _ The go-ahead signal by the I I that the bid be accepted and th. Show InterestIn Contempt Count
friends throughout county.
M> .n' 1'hntc by the "' "I..graph- Council marked the culmination !I motion was unanimously passedA
The celebration here next Thurs of many months' discussion of the 1 representative of the International ,
day will be another example of Ii. \\'. K.: lidllcton l alter a I busy day at his office pausrt to glame proposed paving and sewer extension i Safety Equipment Co Locating HereThe \\'. K. ( Billy! ) !Howling) III1l'-t tnit' =Starkautomobile, tit'",

the way Bradford County likes tc \rr the r -gi-trr of "Middleton nahil''':' The register I.. available at At present it is plannedto pre-ented a proposal to control t-r, was committed to the Bradford County jail Wt..lllt'oII": .

"do things up brown" when it* the lira.ford! ('utinty" Telegraph office and all ..babif'.." deli\ered by Dr.Middlcton hard surface some eight miles I the speeding on highways through possibility of obtaining another to tajrin serving a six months term for contempt of court

citizen* Join together on a community during the past ;50 jears are ln\ited to come in and place of streets within the city. and Starke by means of some electrical; for Starke came U The commitment papers were

project. From its first inception their names on the roll. Dr. Middleton estimates that he has delheml, provide !sewer facilities for an area devise. He was advised that the light at factory the City Council meeting;' issued Tuesday upon order of Circuit In its petition the bank .-Iallll,..'

the Idea of paying homageto section of town would be taken under con John A. H. that when fowling endorsed th.
2.000 during hi* half centur) of practice.day's in the southwest matter Tuesday night when a commitu I Judge Murphree
the popualr doctor has strucka needed. t i > who checks and drafts he assumed all!
where they are sorely !I from the Chamber of Commerce adjudged Dowling in contempt
responsive chord, and the idea events: Mrs. J R. Wain- f t'ers. City Officials. School Or, Estimated cost of the new representative from the :I introduced W R Wynn of Gainer. of court for his failure to turnover obligations of the makers thereot

ha snowballed: until it looks ar'if i wright Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. ficials. Health Department. Ministerial ,. -ewer lines and a possible lift Municipal Equipment Co. of Orlando I ville. Mr. Wynn U associated with L' the proceeds of a Federal in- Dow ling'* huge aittomobiit

facilities will be taxed to care I>r. and Mrs. H. II. Adams T. Alliance. Chamber of Com. station is $37.000 while the eight manufacturers of garbage his brother in the operation of the' come tax refund check. in the business was closed down her.

for the crowd that lit expected tc Frank Landrum. Mrs. J. L. Ander- merce. Masons, Eastern Star, miles of paving may run around collection units was present tc I Florida Athletic Co.. manufactur"' amount $4,234.23.. The refund last March by the U. S Man>h.V

turn out for the celebration. .son Mr. and Mm. Guy Sale. Supt. Woman's Club. Junior Woman i s I $80,000. Half of the paving cost explain anything the Council might ers of sportings goods equipment. was based upon the joint return for alleged financial irregularities

Festivities will get under way H. P. Morgan. Alex Bobbins. Guy Club. American Legion. Rotary': will be borne by property owners want to know about this equip I The Wynn also operate various 1 I. filed by Mr. Dowling and his wife The court later appointed II V

at 12:15 with a parade which will I, Andrews, Kd Torode Mrs. J. W Club. Lioiu Club. Elks Club BPW along the affected streets.In ment. He was advised that the manufacturing enterprises in several for the year 1951. Knight as Receiver for the bank

start at Dr. MIcMleton's home on Kincaid. Mr. and Mis Carl Knight Club. Red Cross. Garden Club. Be its discussion Tut'.danivht. Council was favorably impressedwith other states Basis for the newest contempt which in a series of court actioi,

Walnut Street proceed north tc Mrs O. L Heasle> Mrs Elliott ta Sigma Phi. Boy Scouts. Girl I the Councilmen agreed that they the unit and that his company I' Mr. Wynn stated that his brothel charge against Dowling was the during the past ten nonthhi

Washington west to Temple Ave. Klynn. Mrs George Miller, Sht rn" Scouts. would try to hold the cost of the I would be given full con now has some machinery in storagein fact that the court last November -"I sought' to attach DowhnI i
and thence south to Call where P. 1). Reddish. Mrs H M. Richarde Mrs Mundy and Mr Johns asj< two rejects. dryn tQ l&O.OOOI '(jderation when the City was: Memphis and that they art had enjoined him from en- maining as'ts

the prpcfiejon will turn east Intc I I John A. Torod, Mrs. W. J. .Epper!: ]; jny organization or person wh I taking into consideration that ready to purcha-e a new garbage looking around for a possible location dorsing or cashing the refund 'I In support of hiwittem .II.,

the business district City police j son. Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mrs. C 'I j may have been omitted and who I: there might be some unforseerSenator "nit. i for a new plant in whict I 1 check which Judge Murphree had I j Dowling on the new rmitci,,;

officers and the county sheriff j H. Nasworthy, Mr H. B. Teyton.) wish to participate in any way to I .Y.; t':: '. : :Y'.?!! to tscnit- '-"rtaln *'J"* .previously .k.-<:h..... xhouid te ap- ![ charge Judge Murphret I". I'-W'-
an'J his staff will have charge oft Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham. T.| notify Mr Johns at the City Hall ernment contracts for defens<
n.. iiifniatmn; "f the ; trait> II Pla.le _\11 Uooert Hall. Miss Mr Johns asks that each 01 '. SENATOR JOHNS-'ON TELEVISION gods They would convert to thni.iniifaiture Tune I l'at.'l. (V< il Sewell I, ('ul l ami I
K.xtrm policemen and deputy anization be responsible for <>btHining ; of civilian articles ittho 1 favor of the Florida Bank at 1 Dy Order of the Couit I. :

thertffw ill he on duty through- Mrs. II C. Wall. its banner and plating 11 event of a let-up in d.'fenSf 1 Starke.' June 13. 1952 the defemlrnt \\ !tiDowling.

.iu' the day The Lex Hand Cren.Committee. Mis II tonsists('. Itrown otMis on tht- car it will enter in the pu.. Says He Couldn't Deny Interest In work. he said. The bank obtained the Judge- I I was required" t I.> ,'

*. 'II'\ MIIR the parade will be th, and Mis T. Frank Landrum. ade. The Chambet of Commerce com' went last April. claiming that itt over to the Receiver nn i I""

.", h..- and presentation of theM City Clerk Carl Johns heads tlu Mis Mundy announces that'al Becoming Gov. 01 Florida Someday imUee had assured Mr Wynn thai I 1: paid fowling $$17.802: : O on certain ments received from th' I

I After this. basket lunrneFspread welcoming committee with theassistance committee members will mroi he would be furnished a site for r checks and drafts during March Government representing: t.i\ >

> ql| !lit' on tables set :up in Monday night at 1:20: o'clock al l his proposed factory building with 1952. that Dowling endorsed the fund; due from the I'l-llc-\: -
of Hogan Smith. Foster Hiailev K: Juhns <>! t ht' it'j'a'! !:' ;tfltNt'u
KMMsl-off Mockof Thompsons the City Hall. out cost to him. He stated thai t 1 checks drafts but failed tc Internal Revenue".
Shi Smith. L F. Dinkins. John and
A. talkt' presiltn! t t! nt the 195::
between the City Hall and Torode. Alex flohhms. \\ II Gra The following program will b.piesentetl .? :Honda Senate. woiilil be gUIlty the I en.l of the program he and his brother would tonstructh.'lr !t reimburse the bank when maker 2 On September, !l9.! [I'

'U. Coca-Cola plant All families ham. T Frank Landrum. S E., by Mr. Chapman. waste of a falsehood it he" denied he Senator Johnwa- questioned: as own building: ai a cost fruit 1 J of the check- refused to honor ing vas adjudged in c ni> n.'I"| '
asked to bring of tu Irs iclations with the Tampa $50.000:) to 100000. lie asked thai t (Continued t. "
ceremonies for on
irti.-ipating are Simmons. T T. Long. C II Na-<- : aspired to the Governorship of Florida them when presented payment. ptg'
< '(.1"nd "a little extra" tc Smith. C. K: Johns. Doyle Conner keen giving detailed reports on electric power for the operation
the Jacksonville Forum Monday
Address City Clerl rn after int.'
feed out of town the insurance: business received by and the going
nelp guests II. P. Morgan. W. D Mundv. Jr.
Carl Johns. night.
t- > inilif.H will al*> be expected tc T I II Slade. George Kopelousos.<< the Senator' agency from the executive session agreed to MIIplv Timberrr4' !
Main Address Dr. T. Z. Casoi n The local insurance agent: qualified 8.000 KW Hours! per month!
silverware und : State. Senator Johns smiled at
:I' >vi.t.their oWn I: J Dowling. Jr. Charles Darby. .
ot Jacksonville. that statement however. by without charge fora period of '< _
.' uH-r jilttes (old drinks will be P. D Reddish, Guy Andrews, W. the question and replied that 'Trrin
1 Kfinaiks School Superintend t. saying that right now lila main years This action- was un.'".
the insurance .
ale D Sewell and Adolph Gay business the
MI' H J P Morgan. interest is in doing the best job mouslv approved by'the COUP II
rates are all the same and along ?
.I'i to the .
ution tonimtttein
tt The formation of the parade'ilII Talk Rev Thomas O Mitchel I possible as president of the Flor -
l Mr. Wynn said that he wa.- ..iorably \
a* this business is ligiti-
n ftntl .mmIU tt'e 'nilMT.il .<
I iu he as followsState
Trooper l'rt'. Senate.
t.ntHlon: ( of
Trophy 11ayolJ impressed witn Stark i'i I
-- I .: i-l \\ e.'k TelfHiaph t lit fity Police car. High School Band mate .
I 11 tV.tintiight Senator Johns was! featured on the cooperative attitude of tti-
"'"Wiiix ,iif ;.isM.-tiiii: ; Mi- \\ I' I III' Middleton car. Family Car ,' Pi Before he had time to finish hismonies _
Re.-p(.ns Middleton.HlcsMiu the weekly forum program spon. community and that he w.i- '
V m'l\ llllt I ',I'I .Inll'l-! I called The minutes
itle.i.| Vi-itmg: Doctors, Loyal Doctors. time 15
: Rev W J. Church][isored by the Jacksonville Junior confer with hi; brother in X.- \
.'ii ,ntei. 4t>t ,III i is: /p-ii.i-ir: : > "] : iu St.ite Offioal.4 ..iCounty Of, ..M i.f Jack-onville Chamber of Commerce. Duringthe was lPKeystone York Friday. Upon his return '-,. _

15-mmute; period he war A .11 again t tko the matter in '.' "J ;IT ; 1'I

The $64 Question Cows Made Sick questioned concerning hi view Bank :1!h- ( "hini't-i! : f'f 1'' "Hunt1 < J- 4_ I -

By Blue Lupine on several matters of statewide .. ', 11 I

\P.Iiexl; ; Postmaster! Be Dem Or GOP? 1* W.te> who has a fine were interest.: Among j-. \ his opinion? Has Good Report thr '-- T d_.

1 % .i >.: .\nu-; .-.title on his ranch lie is opposed to the propo-eti Ervin To
A1!! I'tfn i.- i'l: ..I.'M :"1't: "itKetone : Speak{
r, I KM: tit! st.tte! Farm read say* that Jacksonville-Miami toll turnpike
tn .M.IW .II''I\: rn. Itin t .
';!p.!} --1\ 1.1\; "- : !h t \.iiiunationTho St.ite Rik:1' Tete
ho h.11 f.u> co.vs made because be believes it would hurt -
s.mi \\ ;I\ ,' e\.iniuuioti.s: ins 11 u:' e> ot,t the t thiee 'lI ht'-1 dangerously i.g':;: .- .*-, -
the business of motor courts < te J for another ye.tiat th'
t.trk,' |>icliniinarto ju.-kmg a '.1'. rIng ..tpphirtiit.toi' eaih p > itwn su k b\ eatir.K blue lupine that At Demo Dinner
,., M aster f'tSta! k... a post are then submitted to the had been frostbitten He thinks restaurants and other busmes..t'in annual stockholders n.eeting I hiM! h

..h'l !sir Hampton, and a rural postmaster general. This gentleman that other tattlemen should be his home county.He last week It'a< reported that
for warned to look out for this. believes that it will not be S' r- .\ r I'i i ;"-.r'- i i
itner Lawtey will then pick one and give : total resources of the new bank
Mr White necessary to levy additional taxef Kiv.n A.U!! h.. -tu f"-i: .: .-.1 -"
\ dough the examinations the name to the sayth.U cattle dollar !-
are president Finallythe for the of the state are now in excess of a million
operation dr.n! i :
at a : r sjion'ireiYoung !
': l nthe Civil I Sen-ice ComM new ptxstma-ter must be approved ordinarily do not eat blue lupine. ,
thinks go\'emment dunng the next bien and that the operation haf Demrxiati IC Club o! F
i.-M it is freel\' admitted that b\' the Senate ;: but he his did because the .
nium. shown a nice profit since it. etta- ford County. in the s< hooi c frostbite had caused it to turn
> .htii'- still plays a in the
part Now that the Postmaster General He think- that costofivmgraise Monday night Feb 2. at T :
brown and the :] bhshment.
cows were attractet4
post masters sa the President and a majority for Florida teacher is a The announcement was ma.:> '
-' what e''ect the change of ad. of the toil i ilr. Officers re-elcc\cd were: J,
are all Republican. ]! must. terday by A. J. Thomas. Jr ;'" -
IIlstr.ltlons from Democratic tc :\ White believes he wouk1 i
it la possible that Edwin Larson chairman of the
an applicantwho lie does not think that the dent of the organization
-...itiibln-ian\ at 12 have lost the cows but he obtainedthe i I
noon Tuesday
can prove he liked Ike last legislative session can possibly be Board of Directors; G. E. Wiggins Tickets will be $1 per pl-f- \ .
ha\e is a matter of much -ervices of ,veterinarian whc :
November won't hurt his chance I I w-.ll be on sale In ad\an fOBradforrj
I shortened to :30 days. as has beensuggested president: Al Nelson vicepreident
..MS illation. Howexer. ticateU them ir.d the leo.v.-red I I !
any. sine the Repubhcans Ii and Count v TeltgraKovhs ;"
by some sources and N Watson Harden- yc4ti'
s l K John Jr i is now senlng seem to be playing along i I : I,rug StoreAddresses
he does not see any benefit to be '
*. < post master. with Southern Democrats thmattt'r bergh Jr. cashier.Addresses .
'S t* v.g succeeding in Farming'eterans I derived from a so-called 'splitession"
.. t- stump who resigned last of it The Veterans I Of Interes, -
patronage is conceivable Farming of Bradford i ('an interval of weeks between

:Mr Johns is among the 21 th.i I' :t Democrat might County will meet Monda> the first 30 day and the
4k29 KI'
>1\. .mlwho will take the exnation Of Interest HirryG KdwardsAve 1wp.
I pxaa
Feb. 2. 7
night at for the
p m last 30 days i
still ti u."> : \ : : ;:, ;>.nma8ter-- X W. Washington 11 I 1'
for the position here
hip at Starke purpose elation of officers He thinks the wholesale letting- Sgt C.ir! If Edward; ,\ A. \fr!' W M Douglas. 1920 N '\\\
s in .iayTni The n'..t tms! are held: the firs'M of 72vvh M !i' Ik.PO :'I'll care Miami Fa
>u: err.phees -uch asA:;: re.erts :34th A\e
The ear..t: : : ; :..- Stark.- ;
: ;
online procedure followed >>: .t.t-! i. ght :r eat h ronth ir : P-.ast.-- San: Frar.s> *, riifVs
experienced: .r. the: ?t:ite
';;1 a.-:. ... ; 'i, >-,.- j s ; : .it.rV h..1':.'. -. BH?: .
i .tX n>; th<'- flt' ':':' '.:11':1: .- l' i i re 'c. : :: ;: a: f>." a I. [,'.; .'r' .'nt ".\1 r.ar: T J L.p'I' i It:1dt'C' : I

its. i i'I: >\\ .-< T! ,' ,'1'r: \ .< < i "1 S.it .' 1.1. \ f" rH'ue! i.ree.: t. .itte;:.: I, -.. ... .: ..n \ ,. ,. :...rtt..r.: : F:1: Mothers March i !


II Unified Effort Only Solution In Dealing With Juvenile Problem, Judge Yawn Tells Rotary (Club ) ... Kd On T..nl."unt Polio. > hair- !I IIr. i. fi

man "t the Mother* '1ar. h on -. .
.. .
i-: ....rJlut\ll ,.t .-.. '.' I1UIi.t.\ of :! :; ''.' .' < .v <> :, "v>r< uho n a\ .tb.i: t'i ;'.ty1g the exper.se of Ch..dren s Comnutte and :.irged b--.g to th delinquency! of a Polio of the annual ( 11'
one phase .
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he -i' .I- : I' ;01 : :'i 1- In I.
1 rtt ,,,..t '- he greatest need in lieahrg kUs--.etj! > pu bern: thildrer. pi.u-ir.i siuh h'.aren m temporary aih organization: to have an active chId He said that Miss Jennmgf campaign for fund with uhiiii a a

., .th luventle delmquenov andS but wh' ha\e lomnutted nc detention homes where they representative on the committee is well qualified both by eclacatior.and to combat infantile paralv-ii, hut rrira uloualy

-;ft-- actual crime may be placed until! may remain under proper care e>t nence. for the position. announces that thi. (-ount3 will The convertible, driven and owned by Edward Bronson AII'm.I .:, ..;

:" .-., it hei related problems. County some satisfactory -olution in their until some satisfactory solution in The work now being done by "bon't expect any miracles to be join in the nationwide drive photographer's mate from the Green Cove Navy base. turned! lef .- I

r. :,, Judge T A Yawn told members of case is reached lie said that their case is reached. He said the juvenile court counselor. Mia-- worked overnight." Judge Yawn n.Thur..da)' night twtuccnthe front of a pulpwood truck, oned by L J. Kite and driven b> Jonir. .

<< ii the Rotary Club at their luncheon many of these come from unde. that home- that could meet certain Florence Jeunings. was describedby said. pointing out that most case: hour.f 7:30 to 9:30. Co\ington. colored The truck swerved to avoid a tollUion and dump-1

jT; ":t>t>unj:: here Wednelay sirable homes where it would do requirements: would be Jude Yawn He said that theservtces dtahngitb minors involve complicated An attempt uill be nude to its load of logs on top of the convertible's radiator If the two i.g.ahown -
Judge Yawn stated that the no good to send then back to their licensed by the Welfare Board for factors and present ncas have e\ ry home visited in this
a counselor are reqUired -
.., above resting against the windahield. had struck ertl-on l-
--' juvenile parents until certain conditions this purpose said that the gigantic concerted f'lfort.Ir.: ..-
passed a He
:r :ast legislature by the juvenile court law > solution. -..
....;.,._'-t .urt Lithat sounded good or. were corn>.ted. and >et the>' have Judge Yawn said that if all! and that it was necessary to have counselor would endeavor to develop Tenly said and she urged hi.meowners -lead of broadside Bronson and hIS apprentice seaman .ompani'
,, most not committed an offense that throughout the countryto Donald Goes, would have been seriously injured perhaps f taliv
but unfortunately local and civicgroups
.." >aper.} organizations a person serving: in this capacity a preventative rather tin a
- .-- unties lack the f.1clitlts11.1! would warrant placing them in that do work along tlu* because it would be impossible main at home during thos- Charges were filed against both Bronson. for reckl*** driving an i

s !hich to make the law effective jail or sending them to the reform lice would pool their efforts it for the judge himself to go out correctional program. hourmme the sclicitors in Covington for driving without license Both were released upon ptvt-
school. Judge Yawn was introduced: by a friendly manner, aDd contribute -
_ He said the greatest need here would go a long way toward helping and investigate cases that might tug $25 bond.
. he present time is ,ome ar- Judge Yawn said that the State solve this problem. He praised! require a study of home envifon-: t Mack Futch who had charge of generoasly to the infantile In above photos Chief W. E. Thornton. State Trooper Q A Fl-: !Iingun

igement for temporan deten Welfare Board has funds avail- the work being done by the Cour.- meat and other factors contri'Ti.ss.n- the program. paral>..is fund. and Deputy Barton are seen investigating the unusual ai. .,Jtonge -" "


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rAG TWO ,I Kilt..,H IV. ..I'.v.." t. t...... ... .n..1'..... \:

i I IBRADFORD Air Force Reserve Officers Must Sign "
Permanent .- : .- '. -' : -, -.' ,'. < -
Commission Oaths Before April 1 i - -- =:: ::: )

COUNTYTELEGRAPH (/ i VIEWPOINT EDITOR Air Force Reserve Officers :. Free.- .rr::\ pr 'graH t': lithe I SUPER
PUBLISHER Bradford County who have: nc.: old systen. A.r Fur., ,e R.- SAVE SPECIALS !
vet signed their permanent COT sere Officers were require! '
mission oaths of office and returned renew their commissions re ifi.;
Established In 1879 I '
them to Fourteenth Air larly at the end of fiveear per
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OLDEST FLORID WEEKLY PUBLISHED, CONTINUOUS_. i UNDER THE -SAME- -.-MASTHEAD l Force Headquarters were urged'! od;. This administrate work: a.! "IJ', .., #
-- --- - to do so today by Maj George || unwieldy and B- "I./ t,'. A
l'uh.ih Friday and *.nt..1 av.ond cia,.. matter at the I'cM Offu at :stark?, FlorMa undrr, was expensive "f.-t!
terry Freeman commanding officer of granting permanent 00101.11, -'
th- Art of March 3, 1879.I the 9S'6th"oluntl't'r Air Reserve !j. to Rerve officers thousai Is : r )

training Squadron located at !! dollars will be sawd"Oit'rs
MEMBER Gainesville. I who have r,'t f ':!led
'Time is running out on the 60- i out their oaths of office .,- .\".-t 110;,
EJ t We're Starting Into 1953 On The Right FootOn day deadline granted to sign up I j may have some questions ,'r: :*ifnew

for the new permanent commission j program." Freeman ''IIi H LOOVETj
the whole it looks as if Starke and Chamber of Commerce: at the beginning of ." Freeman said. "Those officers added that he would be glad t .

Bradford County are getting off to a good this new year, through the election of new who do not return the com answer any question regarding

Mart in 1033.At officers, and it is encouraging to see that a pleted forma will find that their i the permanent cmmras-r..i: ttv:

the old year's end there were encouraging broader program of work is being mappedout rom missions, will expire on 1 timp.
First to be April.! l&53"I, The address of the 9.s6th V \
Merchants for the new project
reports from almost every source. year. Quantity Rights Reserved
The entire program i i. designed RT Squadron is I.watt'.1: I'i 'tld Thru
generally reported 19.;2 sales substantially tackled is the county's exhibit at the State icr. .an .
: to satthe taxpapers money North Man; St ir Gaines'KTh! ,
above the gross for 19-11.: Local l Fair, and this will be more impressive this and ipart of the overall Air telephone ntm.her is .Mil

post office receipts, always a good business year than ever before. Humphreys Gold 152 Call Street

barometer, showed a most: encouraging gain, Corporation is planning to set up a piece of Esther Williams 'The Big Sky'

an accounts.! did money on dejiosit in I postal I savings actually'equipment demonstrate in the Bradford the process County booth by which and Stars At Florida.In 1 With Kirk Douglas Slarke, Florida

Starke's clothing factory reported plans ilmenite is separated from the quartz :sal.-i; Swimming Role I Coming To ParkPwn".r I -. '' -
for expansion in 19and: this week at its mine east: of Starke. This interesting): '
possible Esther
s adventure ki' r.irrThe -
will attract thousands of fairgoersto FLORIDA CRYSTAL Factory Packed
there were encouraging rc-xrUt:| from reliable process queen of the .vavt-s plaxs the part Big Sky". starting K.ik
sources concerning the |ssibility of obtaining the Bradford County exhibit and give of famednnette Kellerman in 1 Douglas at the Park Thi-atie Sun

another factory for Starke in the near them something to remember us by. her newest motion picture "Mil- lay and Monday( S SUGAR 5Lbs 39

future. The Chamber of Commerce is also giving liun Dollar Mermaid"showing at Revolving around the expert

Best! of all, is the :spirit of conjuration, that high priority this year to the erection of the Florida Theatre Sunday and gores of a furtm.lmgpart\ uh.! h

lrc'ail.hl'r, at the beginning of this, large new signs on highways coming into Monday.This tech I travelsome: ..5o.) miles up tin
1colored film tells the :Missouri River from
another year that should be one of further Florida and if carried out. these will guide story of Miss Kellerman. St l.Hlp111!
one of IS30: the film presents a striking
This friendly and thousands of tourists through here who CHASE & SANBORN
expansion I and growth. the most famous women of four glimpse| of the hardships and pets HOMOGENIZED
cooperative attitude never fails to impress might otherwise take some less desirable decadt-s. As a child in Australia i u those early explorers endured

those who come here to investigate the j>ossibihties route down stlte'ith its many new motor she overcame a physical handicapby i in penetrating raw utlderness

of establishing: a home, !business: courts and motels, Starke is rapidly becoming exercise and became the most The impressive river seqiien.t COFFEE SPRY

or factory. They} comment on this spirit and established as a stopover point fur tourists, publicized swimmer in the early \\'t't'f' photographed along the
always state that it is a factor in making and everyone who stays here and is pleased part of the century. She made j Snake River in Wyoming'- i. k.
headline. across the nation when < .
son; amid
their decision to locate lu-re. with what he finds will recommend us to arrested for the first region snne .I
wearing oneple'e i the
This spirit\ of cooperation was evidenced some friend. bathing suit, and her case j scenery A company of pwtur'S'jllt'alit play) Lb Can 79C LbCan

this week with the Chamber} } of Commerce If finances are sufficient, the Chamber of had much to do with changing thestyle ,erg and technicians spent t\\- 3 79CFancy

and the City Council pulling together in an ('ommercevill also attempt spearhead in ladies beach wear ;months on location to obtain t th"-n
bring another factory another In "Million Dollar Merm iid" realisticene Th-
effort to the beautification and improvement of the j gripping and -

payroll to Starke. At present, the chancesof highway entrances into Starke. III this it Miss Williams has a total of13 result is to open another little '" . '. ..t--_. -_ _' '
0 '
costume Changes, them 28 '
doing): this look very )good: -. but whetheror will doubtless solicit the help of other organ-' swim sUits, the mut among elaborate of :known chapter Ameiican pi"neer : ... _}
not they materialize our civic leaders izations such as the Garden Club Woman's which are in the spectacular vein -
The backbreakingtask of
demonstrated once again that they can Club( and other civic groups. Attractive of those worn by Miss Kellerman hauling the heavy craft upstream Florida 46-oz. CansGRAPEFRUIT

and do work together when something comes signs): should be placed at each entrance during her appearances in vaudeville and the efforts of rival fur-traders

along that is for the )good: of all. stating some of, the interesting facts about and at the old New York Hip- to stop the expedition by inciting Can

Starke not only faces I'J.VI; : with renewed Starke -- and there are many believe it or podrome.The the Sioux and Crow Imlians JUICE) 1812C

spirit, but also with a "new face". The recent not. For instance, the mention that our townis most"dazzling of all is the build up the tense drama ofa
suit worn the film's final
in water
widening of Temple Avenue has converted the birthplace of Judy Canova, popular spectacle in which Miss Williamsdives climax. A stormy romance in

what was once an overcrowded, narrow ladio and movie commedienne, would cause from a 60-foot jet of water \'ol"inga Blackfoot Indian gir'! Donald DuckSALAD

street into a beautiful \boulevard, linedon hundreds tourists to stop here and look wearing; a gold-sheathed, diamona- and interest a young to the trader story. adds heart C

both sides with attractive businesses, around, who otherwise would pass through as studded suit authentically reproduced DRESSING Pt 21

most of them }boasting new fronts and redecorated quickly as: possible.Yes from one owned by Annette Recent BirthsThe
interiors. The tourist cannot help Kellerman, down to the last prec
the new year is a challenge a ious stone.
but be impressed with this vista and when challenge to forward following births have bet'nannoun't'd
with aims .
go new Victor mature and Walter Fid- K. P. Brand 12oz.CansLUNCHEON
the modernization of the street has been by Doctor's Clinic ,
new objectives and
new hopes aspira geon are co-starred with Miss Williams -
completed( by the installation of the new tions. Somehow believe in this Hospital:
we that with new film. Cons $4.00
:street lights, it will present: an even more everyone pulling): togetherwe'll) have a Mr and Mr*. A. L. Dixon. MEAT 3

impressive. scene to the motorist. record we can look back on with pride when 1'.YYYYYYnYYYYYYIYYYYYYYB Starke a daughter Sarah Carolon

New blood has also been injected into the a t' reach the end of 1)53!) Jan. i.Mr .
RADFOR'DHIGH and Mrs. C. O Jones -
Pillsbury Plain
or Self-Rising
. Tallahassee Millennium? Well/ Starke. a girl Debbie Jean on
-- Maybe
Jan 13
FLOUR in Lbs
There has been a lot of speculation in the in the months ahead for I believe that Dan Mr and Mrs. J. O Gay. a 5 49C Q1C

past few weeks since the new State Road: McCarty meant what he said when he called 1 Jfe LIGHTS 18 daughter. Nancy Marie, on Jan

Department regime lopped off some threeor for a house cleaning. -

four hundred employees at one fell swoop. The High Springs Herald takes the super Hy Brenda Bradford Gr. "A", Dressed & Drawn Fla. or Ga. Shipped WholeFRYERS

Some skeptics have taken a rather dim view optimistic view that "The political millennium 111111111111111 1111 111 f.fr.1hM.\ !

of this action, predicting that just about as has arrived in Tallahassee!" -.....-
many will be eased back on the payroll after Continues the Herald : "The new State Because of Mid-Term exam Lh

the new-broom phase of administration Road Hoard of which Richard Simpson of B.little H. has S. happened this week at E S 49C

is over. Monticello is chairman and NOW. a
Gainesville's: \ Earl Last week the Annual Staff .
Others, however and these are in the Powers member has
a vowed
to take politics managed to finish the
i a.tl'ltand > ... .
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majority view this rather drastic action out of road building." the superlative sectionof th, DRY CLEANER WHO '. : .. .. ., : "'. :, __-. __ _- .. _" .-. ._ :,
as a sincere effort to \\'t'l't.out "expendable"employees \ Many doubt that the eliminating "wardKlitics" '53 TOUXADO The book is progressing "

and get operations, in at least one | in road building can l be done, says right on schedule and Tender Eat-Rite Beef, 7" Cut Corn Fed, Rib End, Loin

Tallahassee department on a more realistic, the Herald, but adds hopefully : ". thereis ought to be finished by this tine DARES CHALLENGE

businesslike basis. this about it : if Chairman Simpson and next month. CHUCK ROAST

Editor LouieVadsorth of the Suwannee the Hoard members have the courage to make cepted The Science a wonderful Club recentU! a< PORK ROAST

County Democrat said: "I like the method their policy stick in the face of I political pressure of plane models project showing consisting COMPARISON !

and manner the McCarty road board adopted they will make themselves everlasting the progress of aviation throughthe

In going about this task of reducing the top- heroes in the eyes of the people who tax ages. It was the work of Lb 49CLb

heavy (HTsonnel of the department in an effort moneys they :spend. And Florida will take Charle-: Kirkland. Also a project on 39C

to )get: this part of our state on a pay-as- a great step forward." the planets by Faye Hudson Th.-y

vou-go basi I think} \\e \\ ill hear more and At least, the people of Florida will be have now completed the entrance .
more of this kind nf new< from Tallahasa'enYYvvvvvY.YYYYYYY.YY. watching and waiting hopefully requirement and will receive their TRY OUR \ ,- -- -. "->1 < ')
pins at an assembly in the near r
., future The Scientist's of B H S
., \ ..ul,1 take .. Premium Square Cut
\ him a week to d( 'the Lord for
this: Wh will also
> helpus plan to have a float in the -GAR MENi
We are r,':il l peal of our church gt it finished' We have rn<- "Dr Middleton Day parade"At Lb
LONG BRANCH Iniikiing. it is now r aiiy for the TEST AND SEE
: I woman who goes and li"lrs' ever a session of the Seni>r! LAMB SHOULDER 39C
shingles the sides on :kn on Saturday. She cnrnes lumber and Court last week two b?\- w en- HOW SAN/TONE/
hi Mr*. .J. I.. Mtuklaiulc the roof. It reiilv looks like, we sees that the m >n have their tool tried and found not guilty The
will have: a hour to in : GETS OUT All
; warship handy a regular
carpenter's helper court has not yet had a girl before
,.uuuu..uu..u before long. It -e?r.s thtt this lit She is one of our members ivhc them You car. Mlvh.! .' THE DIRT! Hickory Sweet
\\" ",'rt' s-htI"1.t I li.-t week to tie Mission ha-; waited about as always tries to help in everything: makes the trouble at B II S
v.trr-of the death ol an old ttvmi.lohn long for a house of wor-nip' n? there is to do none outer! thRn The court members plan to visita SLICED BACON Lb
I Inffis II,' i- the fatS ofIat the children of Israel had to watt Lottie Starling She is nl-.vavs! real court session -oon and t,; L 63 59c1
I believe they !hado wait tor4(0ywirs ,
i! Int"nan gnveivnwn i Car- faithful never ir.issos a service sit m on an actual foal Shouli
'''!'. Onffu The family: hat1ur for their temp':* U e haven't 1! sees that evenone has songbooks be a wonderful experience for
livpost Sympathy nut w e knew missed 40 year in w.tit:ng for our or what ever is ned,>d. the group. Spots VanishPerspiration U. S. No. 1 Regular White

\\ .' ran not keep fur |love l ones church house or tempi to wor' Well we could hardly get along The Band will have exams for
i- Punt; as wo wi.-h to f>r it is hip our Lord in but wt can sf without Lottie' May: the Lordbless the first time this year They Soil
now that we will be able to Removed POTATOESFLORIDA S 1 lOLbs 45C
il\ natural for us to go on to anm her in every wy. I wo e}jl i I anto be called auctions andfrom !
unit her hf*. May the Lori: bliss worship in this Uti'e church: be glad to help in the buildingtoo overhearing anne of the
il! nt the family and all look foruM house We do not n' -d a very but can not lep.m./ parent members talking they aren't going No Stale Cleaning .
to seeing tn-r loved one elaborate building ml we do II'"task as they are not abl. to cart- for to be any push-over The Odors -, .1", '. '' -- -.' '" 'r
t gain for one larger than this oie themselves We invite all to at Band. too. is planning to makeappearance
Mr'aird..th iso't improving will be, not until we glow som- tend services. Sunday School al ; an )in the Paradhon Costs No More PASCALCELERY Sweet Juicy FLORIDA
'n health any it vtna H> is anyway.Vt do hate IT ')* present :, 10 o'clock preachinx; at 11. Tracing oring E%r i5>d<35elon.
av\ng to 1:0 to the ioctor tnU ,\. than our little tent will coorodate Union at 6.30. preaching a' The Library Club has ordered ORANGESStalk
three limps a "wf. "'t" learn- part tlf the tme :.l'iyway :::30. We will look lor yon r"xSunday. pins Soon ever club at B }}. Swill Here's a showdown
'.e suffering with arthritis! rowel until we 'an get the church Sharon Mosley celebrated her, some sort ; that has ne\er before been -
built. then the tent can tc I Most of.be student offered. Just pick out any FCtGr Lb Bag
until he can scarceKwalk.. "'e jro an ;5th birthday with a p ltr'en: here at
missed her from church last uiftht. some other si.all rom.nunity it:y Virginia Tanner of Lawtey. ,, BUS took advantage of the garment and let us J give it 5 2SC

ii She is a regular atto'ndt'r1e: :\ where they need a! place of worship .. Games were played and ice cream ; opportunity to see the plays pr- that wonderful], different _,
sh > i* able to get there.I' and have no church building. and cake were ("n'et Sharon recejved :seated by the Speech nub last Sanitone Dry Cleaning. If -
We are trying to build Frida And I might r i. \ '" :._ .. : _- .:: II
\Ve also misled Mr?. \V. D. up our, lovely gift: ?. ) say that you're not satisfied-if you -
',"ies from services yesL'tday.! She Sunday School and! Training l"n- :Mrs Louie Carter's little grace!- i every one enjoyed themA don't agree it's the best dry
<\a.i suffering with some ab.vessefth \! tOn as well a.. interest more for -on has been named Tei r> Ray sure sign that Graduation L cleaning service in town- Libby Quick-Frozen FLORIDA 1m

and was unable to attend.. preaching services and A-e c-o need drawing near The Seniors we won't charge a cent.
When these faithful ones fail to more ro.>m't' i n net du nurh sty r.ILVHK 4-11 T.IRLx Cons
-.a_ mend sen-ices we sure ch, miss more until wo do hat? our build '. have ordered their announcements what Now's a your difference chance Sanitone to see RANGE E J JUICE 7 99C I
ing to worship In. W had :20 i m The Starke 6th Grade 4-H girl> and name cards
ht."nOur son-in-law: Terrell Hickey Sunday: School Sunday morningand met Monday at school with IS I j Well folks, that's all! for this :: makes. Clothes ]look and -

= -pent'a ten-day leave with ns. II e had the tent pretty well filled girls attending; The president I week Brenda has to study feel like new again. We'llprove CLOVERBLOOM Pure Creamery
Sunday We 'Charlene' Hardy, called Gail it's the best there is.
stationed in the in N'or- evenmv also had: on _
:s nav/ for those exams too See
wonderful offering :-undav evening McPeak and Sandra Rowe tlead c you 1/r"Patties
!,dkXa.1'e enjoxed his !short stay I
when they're all over BUTTER
the Lord *ias really touched : the club pledge. 39C
wth: us. While he was here ){,. some hearts on the church fund Slii Ann Smith and CeceliaMcComb Brenda Bradford STARKEDry

.q.;: .. Strickland decided to d* son We put even thing possible in our led in singing 4-H songs (I

work at the Long Branch cemetery budding We re-M i.'vec J3a Sunday Miss Eoss reminded the girls tc Recent Birth Cleaners and SUPERBRAND Colored Quarters

_ so Terrellent right atons.md night and are so thankful for this bring all their sewing work and:!

.- helped him they got the wonderful offering:: We can almost records for the exhibit at tlif Mr. and the Mrs.birth R.of E a Jones daughter.announce f LaundryStarke MARGARINE I E 2 LbsBR.DFORD 39C
work doc in one and cne-hal!
see our building finished andreajj next meeting;, Feb. :. The rest Roberta Dee. on Jan li, at the Fla.
days that Mr Strieklird thought' for occupancy! We praise! of the period was spent in sewjn g.'Ahchua I _
General Hospital. I II I, h.: :: "'< ._ '.. : .' : _. ,_ __ __ '

nm.J.st ,\r.23, 19j3: Rq\Dror.n COIN T TJLF.Gr.I'll.. STr.KI" nnRIDA .
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TTTTtttVTVVTnVTTTTTTTTTT Mr (if'fe I, b<,: nand a:r.tly. l.ia.n' svilleN. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT i i ,,:
i : ear i't'l'plt' anJ It ''s; hard 'OTU': TO IPPEIR
Mr and Irs. Guy Harn!!. Mrs.I' Clott, a mt'towni'r'r .. : ':- :: t t't I. .irretil l ..... Rnilorl I .."... .
K4 any utyertion :y n .. ... .......
BROOKER -i Mae I.eis, Miss Yvonne Har- who is employed in Gain:!:. HIGHLAND I s;::eiy hope : al:! passsti : ; rl'l"' : t>la !I'. \.. .1 .ryt' 1" .
rf'1I and fu Bpulah Iiarrell.Mr' !spent hIS two weeks vacation .t, :. Citurday I m.ht' first \'::,.1: .1 )I 1'. : :<1, 1."d ,'

Grace G. Uirharn < Jack Hazen wualtlng Brookrr."lr. Ily MrI3cy \ iITh4.a1JJAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAA.AAA : .1 BILLY MATTHEW Sf :::p back to the Eighth my Distnct \.rlry T. ipPr7tr C.a C- :\
1 her mother tra. B T. Thomas.in and 111'1. Frank Norma I ulltt'd m'th'r.. T.,' t \. "
who 15 tm ., .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA SUrke last Monday.M153 and family of Eafle.93 Hiwa y W\ IIITO.; "!critically 1:1:i from a recent attack \' It 01 : .41.. t.. t ; .

.1 daughter Mildred Ahne, wasarrn Ann \'I kef) daughter of were Sunday visitors of his sister, FloYd, P.o.er was visit.r.g ," ,)f pneumonia and had the opportunity ra: t'fry,, ,.
'III January 6 to Mildred and Mr. and fra. f' }1. Vickery Jr. 1Irs. Lott Ed'utb. Monday afternoon and a cr. t t NEWS LETTER to take pan In the Stf'pht'nI miner: ".. h" ,\t.':tNs
'Jf Gainesville visitor Weekend visitors at the home FostE'r I. fern 1:.ta .., "
Roy Creen at the Aluhua General was a Sunday road to recovery after being burr. program at \\'blte Springs ,' '. .. J. :
ttr narue4
Hospital She weighed In at 6 lbs. at the home ot her cousin. of 3.fr. and 11rl. E. J. Lewis included 'd almost to death with140 watts --- on Saturday night. I ant very .'u a.r ', "

';"OZJI Linda Gayle Green.Mr their grandson John Ee.hean ot electricity. Ills, many friends j .tent frs: "f a:: ,) :t'H all ofo was on J.lI J:> w hen I was S\\'orn proud of the beautiful Stephen ,(..'." r _p' .\ :,. .
: !
The Ladies and 11rs. Tom Steele ofVero .* of Lake Butler, son Allen, :" people In the I: in Foster !.Ier.o .. \ .
Fire ,
Auxiliary met and relatives wish bun a sped}' Cottgresswral by Speaker of the House, Joe <)rial which as wt I,1\ St':.1. ,! t'.. :
last Monday night at the home Beach, were Sunday dinner \\lHwool' and Mr. and. Mrs. i recovery. I Ii District that \.t' have moved 3.Iartm. The entire Florida delegation -. know is located on the SUwaImH ,t l'..'.' na. lh, .,i s 9.,1' ,
: '
'Jf lire Ernest Edward5. Asocial guests of 3.fr. and Mrs Earl p. B Thomas ot Lake Cit I Mrs. P... C. Griffis of Lawtey U1to our office m Room 1320 New has been most helpful to River at White Springs, I ban : '5.. ,'n" I r 1 ::';!Lt h t .t'.

hour and television was enJoyed Green and overnight guests ofMr. Miss Lutffiia Pinholster Mrs. visited !her daughter firs. Ellen House Office B.lIldlng. Washington me and I especially apprectate the talked so much about this beads Cf hf.;. .::.,.., the tf F. .
by the ten memters present. The aM frs. Ernest F..d'\'ards. h'a Mae Lewis, Miss Jean EndiCott :Norman at Highland Monday at- D. C.. and are ready to Serve aid or Congressmen Charlie Bennett fu1 river that come of my new I otAltu Ihr I.., t:...'. I "r: '.\ I
rout meeting L's scheduled for Ftb. ; Mr. and Mrs Vernon O@rturfot and Mrs E. J. Levis WEre t@rnoon. y'ou. and Syd Herlong who gave friends here are beginning to call l'u"ed>mplalnr by a.tl" : br :.." r 1 a. .

9. at the home M 1frs. Earl Grten. Lake City were weekend guests shopping in Starke last Saturday Mr. and Irs. Edwin Knight otI I am very proud to announce part of theIr former Distracts tome me 'Tht' Suwannt't' River Con This notice yoU aC.it:! l r put-h.' ,i'ace
Enjoying the beautiful weather of Mr aM lira Inhale Parkt'r. afternoon.Mrs. Baldare the I that my office staff at present in the redistribution of Congressional gressman." I( each week 1'r .. n,., ,,'
Iani' I proud parents I Reeks IQ the Bradt..1 ,'. ,
out-of-doors lunrh at the M. Sunday visitors at this delightful Howard Wait local member of a girl born Jan. 1S. Irs. I consists of P. Jackson Bryan Ad- Districts.I We were all excited this week I : nt T.iiraPa
I < Mrs Mrs. V V fazes ot the Bradford County Chil piesented first bill about the Dated this It day 1 .' -
''j Barrell' Sun ta\ were home inrludt'd Knight is the former Enna Leeo ; mInistrativE' Assistant, Palatka; my In Con- Inauguratio1l. One ('Ifnyo un: ;
r..dna Hayes of Galnesviile Felix and I'hllt1rt of Starko- awl -fr dren's Committee, carried tw Padgett of Highland Miss Robbie Jo hood, Secretary gress last week House Bill 1560. secretaries, Miss Bobble Je Clerk of the.('I.'.1 ,'A.lilt :t'.'
I Sullivan ot Hampton. Mr and and lira H A (' ,h'man flfI Brooker children to Hope Have Bro Roy Eager and family are Gainesville: and Miss Janice Brid- All of our Florida delegation is hood rode on the Florida float By Marian 1.. i rorby. Lt Jt) l..., "

hospital in Jacksonville for treat. here to run three-day meeting well, Secretary. Lake Butler. I am sponsoring this bill which IS intended with Miss America, who to MissXcva 1 16 4' :
Tent last fClnday. This Committee very proud of this to repeal the S75 work- Jane ..
capable staff of '
shows c4rglls (
at the First Baptist Church .Iasi tfraat.rd .
ALVAREZ' STORE It'n's Clothin" I is doing a wonderful j job a.nd ing the second coming of Christi and know that they will serve our limit clause of the SocIal Security and Miss Carole Wflatl1t>rly of Congressman Nrll r......FlIZIt.\..; I. ('..,_..,.. ,, Cuern

Estahli ht'd 1 1591 C should be commended for their i with shdes. He just spreads the people faithfully. Act. rnder the present law a Char!... BennpU's office I..r&.n J'hn! Clattn; tat en. Prf..n'.II 1'1.tt "!'

'..rorklfome gospel from coast to coast with 3.1wife, Sara. and the three working person may earn no more These young ladies were dressed 1 usher Of i.abI1ra11oa eau :'\ ..
n..mrm..t .. Council children, than $75 monthly and draw such ae1.Ilrr I'
his house trailer. and we are en- Carolyn, Ann and Don. in authentic Ippeari *tal! .f 1..1.1.
I benefit: The Indian costumes. To ,.
To OtJfOtornf' .lnnner.ary moved into present law places and > I"rt\n .l hn I lata! uirti'tdt'.r
the meeting much. Our new home in Alexandria -
The Bradford County Home joYing very Va. before undue hardships upon our PeOple were a \t ',!" : "'id" for Florida \'U and Atltr.F{ 1.c t'll"n: ?
Our church and Sunday School last. We err r"'llIlr"d I. "1'F..hrll3n \ "
JpOJon\tration County Council I art near a good school and church who work. If our bill is passed. It to. I '. II: lh.named ,
are growing and doing very nice.lr C ,
ni 'etuag! will be held Tuesday, and the will mean that our older :t:7'nscan i't..ts, "'irt! a'"t ".", "''' up1Atntlr '
1 Just come out and worship wit}- family is as happy a.c possible j n'h ;"! th; ::C: ,I' nettst 'rrkc II\'r; .. ''.ia .j,
Jan 17, at the home IIf 1Irs. B. 1McI.ae f stlll ., .... .. '1lr'l lOt laln..r _L
in Ilratheir i I:: :.1'
a state ? : ,
from ,
F1orida. : :: .
us at any time. Sunday School away : ::: I' : I ; 1 .t '1_ T I ; '
in Sunnybrook.Mis starts at 9:45: a. m and worship The children have seen snow forth efits for whichcontribution \ :'. I :. :. ," ,. ", "I. '\ '
Ethyl Ilolloway DistrictHfl service at 11. Prayer 9t'n-i'fI at fast flint and have enjoyed ; ,I' : : ., I'h. .
!f' Demonstration Agents of t" "
Tallahassee, will be the guest of p. m. Wednesday.. Teachers making;: 1'nOhall;; add --.. .. ... ... ..:0."I.... .T t A t 1' ,
the day, and will instruct! the meeting Saturday p. m. Our TL! n.1 Imprt"-\I> >!I'n... \ 'hi':'! I !.:..;I.,1, ,: ,I .\ 'LT' I \ 1t .r.:. I k r" 0\\
A ,, pastor is Re\ E. C lIar"f''Wf In .,1.. ::1 I !. ... .. .'\. \' 1
;'.1' : .
i: UI\P on leadership training. I'd ,
.:1 S. 5 ,
and bring the C'hildrf Ther' .t "
bills k Tht' main feature of the met'ting b.\ -amtm
be a teacher for each one ---- --
pay n ill be the celebration of the -- -. --. --C-
T E. Feast was \'i'iti. =
rOllncil's liNt anni\'ersary .. ..y....., ,
Monday afternoon fron. ; ,
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cash All men hers are urged to attend .. ..
.Be ...
Mary's. Ga. \
with bring a covered dish fort .'
t the luncheon and a bulb to ex.t ling and lIrs. Lacey Nand Our : VT
hange.The: 9On. Larry, were visit; :!,. .. '' STARLINGS : Go

regular P. T. .\. met"Ung Coleman's Fridays aftern" '. Customers ,,
NO will bf' held Thursday. Jan. 29 at : Church
at R:30: p m. in the school cafe Mrs. lIomf'r Smith went T ,

teria Morgan,Superintendent will be the guest speake Hannon Gainesville Alachua County Tuesday IIOsplt mornll1L \\;,.' F 5'

Friend, of Mrs harry Eddy', of ; hope she win "oon bt able .. : : ;! Grocery & MarketSteak

Walrlo, will be glad to know thJt I, back home among fnt'.i, u. u :: :

the i is doing wflll after her major loved ones. ... .
"It's much easier to write check operation at St Lukf" Hospital 'I fir. and 11rs. Leonard X", : C
so a In Jacksonville last week and and family \\'f'rf''ir.tll.._ ',. < ._ : : ._ ._ _. ,_ ._ '- _: ::' :_, _'_' ___. -_ :, : .- _' O"- ; .."""
mail it and let the postman deliver hop"s to return to her hot,: this KnlJht" ;1: HaIti'.' IT: :-1'' '! I I.OfHot \ )) T-BO\E:
weekend rt. 'fl.
it. Rain or shine, I pay by check. "II

COME IN AND OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT Symptoms of Distress Arising from LB. .




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Over tour million bottle of the Wire Lb
TauTwu'I' hue brrn sold for relief of NECK BONES 10C
lymptolIlJ dIstress uiswg from Stomach.nd A B 17C
r 11/runnerJo-la .Duodenal UIcM due to [lUll AcIdDItdlon rCr; r
,... Sour or Upwt Stomach,
Gauhl.si Murtburn Sluplt..nK" .,
due to Esc.ss Acid. At for 'Wlllar" ,

aWe MK"P"hlch home trutmcDt-fr.-a fully up1&1nJ this... remar.. k. PIG TAILS Lb

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of the l\nlcriean Iload PORK RIBS Western Lb 39C SOUP Campbell Tomato 1 OC

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With n fforth Iorc" features, its worth more

,11"11 huy it worth hen sell its..
.YOU more .YOU. Fryers 53e Bananas 9j!

You loan dlle your hieh.compres.ion power in Ford.I .

) Tale either the 1l0-h.p. trato-Star \-8 or 101-b.p. .\tilt'3tf

I)(11( I I J'oro:, e s e Maker Sir. B nth engine : hate Ford'sutolIUlic Poker Pilot that AI/Meat Lb

'-' pc. 1 lib, I h ctmlrts.tonrts.ton. "G".. on regular; ci,. _. STEW SSC ONIONS S Firm Lb 9CWEINERS

With :1 rurel', 5 cross member OOl-H'ction frame with !pe.dal11tH
It f 01' keens) K-hu: strengthening principle this: new Ford can lake it for ye.1rs. Cel/o

I ford': bull.tight construction keeps out water, dust wJ drafts. 39C AVACADO PEARS Ea 9C .

Y\u'll find the '53 Ford leaves 'ero all Lehind in R

Built for hraul r. ; a he stele department with a new lQnger, lower, more massitehtok r

You un chose from IS new model,11 body :hie; in a 1.1: \ TI: 1I1: !! ( IIlTI LlI. (;()/))) FII1.\1 II I IlIS:

-: Milt range of color and\ upholstery combinations! E
wsb tw, wd..o!i6n do 10M coI..w. :IN
w.. .pa, al 01 ..*o COOl. 1..._, oa hats.I .
-5 good II.. M..r tg ..tIw" _.. ROAST34e! Lettuce 9CI I

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SOUP BONES 39ci PEPPERS Green 3 For 9C


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\Vedding Plans Mulea-Hutcheson Miss :
t Margie Manire \\ aaren-B radley Let Green Home BPDiscusses

For York-Dinkins Weds John O. Kemp
Si ene Of Party Plans For Annual I
Marriage Are ToldMr Marge: ; Lu'.::.Ie! :Mar.-re. du. -.' F c)r Two Honorees Fashion ShowThe

1 Mrs Freda Mar..re: r S .
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and Mrs L. F I-:
,, r...unce the approaching r. fA t..I the latt- C. G. Mar.J .,-, :Sn4 Mnd: : Mr Lex Green and Mr regular p- '1 e."

t their nn O""ar Kemp, son l'>: Mr r: : t : Mrs I J. Fred Ha--* oft the Stark K ;l' \\ a '
daughter, Jo Ann V: .
1 E. ;VO J Kemp of Or.-hard 1'.. ;, ; -\ :.!e entertain a: .1 i<'veh.ned St Edward: }p! t' \ '
ion ,
son of Mrs H "
Mooty ;
v Y'r.., : berth! .t S
married Sunday c party toemng with the : 'f">. : > I,' -
Wesly of Fernaa&na Bea'iV .
Phone 35 t .- .\ at .' .
"trv 14. at ;'30 .. liven home pno"llmg"
F York of Panama Or.t
.--4, The : -. .e of the bade u.r.11' .. .- ; N Walnut stret-t for their A letterthe ... .
wedding will take : ", t .,
:\ and Mrs W L C .11'. : i .:'vrLu Gr v: :and Mary ,

Lawson Home Scene Mrs. Geo Roberts, Jr. o'clock Tuesday evening Feb. 3 r fiqctrt.tf .-. Jacksonville The e r ilirns who w.e elebrsr-.; I'.l :,-. .ret.it.1 d ,t" .
in tte First B.i 1"t ..<* :" :
Of Anniversary Honoree At Tea church Starke with ReI.I. P> r. was performed b'V! Rt. l.Uh: anniverJies v' na": 1'.10"i .fir; 4 C' I
E :I'xir. a former V' ..,Il\'e arranpemon! : of v.ry ,-t! .. ,
Haines performing :.a- ; :!:1' I ',I. I. ,.
thruj 1't k -
Supper Party In Silcox HomeMrs. v'I i-ke C-nstian C'h.r >anthemum< and nards-
Miss Drnkias has chose i : .., ,. : c The pK.U.' .!, !lie .
, >
placed at
point.of interest
f eadding! the br-.i.: J
maid of honor. Miss J.It' .- t.y T'ma! IV-k: r-
The Ewell Lawson home was George Roberts. Jr cf "-'. -. .'t of beigtA.r:: .tr> ,- T: 'ui hoot the Green home and
the scene of a double wedding! an Hastings was the honored guest at Morgan: and the bridesmaid- ..i- nstel ... ,.. the terrace was decorated with Edna St."I'1 .,:'.
; punk ao .r
c- "
last Saturday be Miss Frieda Crosby and! M I v \ chairman of a .,
niversary celebration a delightful tea given Thursday ,. tn< A' rd i a white Bible cdu'fle.t .. haIioon I!i and colored lightsA : -
evening honoring the twenty- ;, afternoon, Jan. 15 at the Silcox Joyce N'ew >ome. and the : "* ?' -t urpie-tftroated! ..r hid Ili\iiid beautiful three-tiered birth. several! item-.. ''. .t.-,. '

third anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. home 333 Clark street Hostessesfor girl will be Sue \\lggin-i f.er- 'it. sfci h cascaded streamers of! da cake centered the dining room Edward H1\1I. '.it:

Lawson which fell on Sunday and the affair were Mrs Vernon will be Rick Casares Tommy Had n,,' ribbon and tube table around which the lovely the use of then 1 .. .. I:,. -
of dock, John Hammock and C dr' vations were n;., :. ,
the twenty-ninth anniversary Silcox, Mrs. H. H. Adams. display \1' :
of Mr and Mrs birthday gifts were placed on
Tie :n and! honor. Miss Btlt\ J E Karen of .
Mr and Mrs. T. B. Harding which Mrs. W. H Smith and Mrs W. B LaMar Johns. : ill III. :\Iotelt.a :, II" stale : 'jr.iels or Jacksonville chose a Lawtey announce the engager.ioni;; The buffet held punch in a members to attend it I'.'" .
fell on Friday. Mundy Jr. No invitations are being: issued silver bowl and silver 3-4 meeting to be held i-: 1 I..,
j j,I :! Inn r- 'Ie gag. "i>-'it "? --.It of pastel pink. Her acces- of their daughter. Gla>ds Kvelvn. punch traysof
outdoor steak wat : but all friends of the couple areinvited City next Sundav Jan :2.M.: "'
An supper A yellow color scheme wa attractively sandwiches.
her daiitffi' B blue to John Leslie open-faced
-nai 't
t' t t'e- -ones were and she wore a Bradley. on oiMr
looked the barbecue pit with ,,. carried the love to attend.Weiner ; Partin will give the tit>\ .'ti.rDe&ta "
on out in the the 40
I E. Hut her sor: v. .,nd! shoulder corsage of pink rose- and Mrs J M Bradley of the During evening voting
Mr. Lawson andIr.. Harding ly flower arrangements placed at enjoyed eight and D>al will represent b ,
Mrs C C Hut ,e-ttr. ot! Sluice bud State Farm, Raiford guests proms
performing the honors. | points of Interest in the home. The Roast Miss Uulf Win The w.ll take ins played games.Miss Starke club on the 'lomm.I-!
,' I a gradu.ite oj Mr Kemp had as his best mana wedding !plate
Enjoying the picnic supper in dining! room table was overlaid School Wnche.st the Lu Green received her committee This meet.ng wr.i:I! t I.
I For Archie GreenArchie cheater: High at cousin of the bride Fred Manireof early summer IP. the Raiford
with the Lawsons and with a cutwork cloth and the cen- j in a ballerina length held at the Amt'rh'l1l11" H .
the yard er Mass is attending the Ala- Jacksonville. Baptist Church. The date will be guests gownof
Hard ings were Rev and Mrs. L. ,, tf'rpi..cel.as of yellow daffodil* I II Green was host to twen I' chua General School Nursing i I Mrs Manire. mother of the announced later.Birthday rose brocade trimmed with blue ,,' lIE'n'ber'tl1 meet 9 .1 t r. .
Mr. and Mrs. Paull|I in a silver bowl flanked by twc satin. Miss Mary Lou Urns war the Post Office ar ; ra' i .
D. Haines.
I ty of his young friends last Friday Mr Hutcheson i> a member of the bride. wore a navy blue suit. Her ,
Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I three-branched candelabra holding'tall evening at his home on N. Walnut junior class in the College of corsage was of red rosebuds. gowned in white net and lace. tion will bea.atl"I'! < \ : "

Alvarez, Mr and Mrs Jim Hitch I burning yellow tapers. The !' trl'et.I..ht'n he entertained at a BUSiness Administration at the ., The bride I is a graduate of PartyAt ballerina length, featuring a net hers are urged t+' t".1

and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse -tewllOme. iI! buffet held an artistic arrangement weiner roast in celebration of hif University of Florida. .(i Hunter HomeMr stole. The annual F.>-' "h?" \ .

I I of yellow* pompoms flanked i( thirteenth birthday anniversary No date has yet been set for the : Bradford High School and later Assisting the hosts and hostesses held at the f'1: .1.1!< t spots II

Mrs. Louise Moore has rfturned. by two fite-branched candelabra The young folks were enter- wedding. graduated from business school in and Mrs Carl :M Hunter in *ervmg the guests were discussed and t t'h.: '" tI.t.. "'

from New Yark ('It> where fchesnt holding yellow tapers tained on the lawn where there i! Jacksonville where she was employed entertained at a birthday partyTuesday I Mrs Raymond Matzat of Jackatmville be announced }II' it'M... ,

the past month with her Greeting the guests at the door outdoor bon evening at their home on i I and Mrs Richard Fowler way will serve >- 'in.ii' ..
I were lights and a big WSCS Notice before her marriage. Mr I
hon-m.law and daughter Mi and was Mrs. Merrill Struth and in the fire. Games were enjoyed. I i; Lafayette street for their daugh Out-of-town guests: were Emma Melba Partin. !I', !11 i i1-.1.-!:!

Mrs Jerry MoranPARK receiving line was Mrs Vernon 1, Mrs. L J. Green was assisted ('irde 4 of the Methodist i iI Iemp resided in Starke at onetime ter. Sonia. who was celebratingher Jane Canova and Jill Jenkins of Pat Lamb. DtMa [I''I" %d M, ..
Sih-ox. Mrs. George Roberts Jr I and was employed with the tenth anniversary Gainesville and Monteen and Suzanne Arnold assisting
in entertaining her son's guests bvMI W S C S tall! rreet in the Fellow
and Mrs George Roberts Sr. Mrs I Bradford County Telegraph The partand weiner roast way Matzat of Jack-onville Xlillrr "',
'SHS Judy and Phoebe Green ship building on Thur -day. Jan Margaret five: i

Adams and Mrs. Mundy invitedthe After n-freshnients! Archie and l his 29 .I! 7; :1): II" lo,<,k with Mrs \\'. B I After a wedding trip to Niagara held in the yard where outdoor! nnted \cllmv; and ifd t talk on I'ubluiu Pon'i: < ifol'ovvipn
m sjiven
to the tea table Mrs lights were strung Th :24! -!: .
guests guts went III i Tee;; Ton Thll(! J""! i- ho-ti: "".< Falls and) Washington D (' :Mi gu. !'hi--! t the !n e, L '
W m TMEATH m Amos \\'>lhs, mother of the hon- enjojed! a stann! hunt with a 1-nten'ii! the i''ri-.hnient: tab). louriit'ii i Ri'tii-'ill! : t'.i '
TARKE FLA. and! Mi- K..mp't'nt to Orchard! .
red guest, poured from a siherservice I- -- I pr'7f! };ire;: ti the w.ipirs: }gioi.ti"lio. : :Mr1 1 K I I p\ .k .I' i.sti.i t1 < I t.' m.i "',.mdlu.hute, ,
I the tea hours. Park :N V .'. hi !10 t.i.'\ .tt <- .u.iciiiii1 1, : .\ .- i with : cs :n the!\ \ t' 1 ,. ,, ,
during I II :par.; 1I..t :" i\ :.:': ,i"i:: :. : i I"t '!,!.I\I.a \, ',--sc>i \tit-I'! i "

Kri., Sat. Jan 23, 21 Assisting the hostesses in car I :: at Inl; F l.u.tk.! S! Ai't:: -,ii t t.v ,- !.itthila.,: I..kt' ,1 i- 1'" ", t.''.'._ :.: ", J I'. : i K:. ".':'1" .' l:
ng for their guests were Mrs. D


I!j James Lewis, Mrs. Ralph Cox of ; j .. ... ., '
:. .
i j I Live Oak. Mrs L F. Dinkins Mrs '" I .

RIFLE ![ Leslie Biggs. Mrs John Torode. The votingft are certainly I be heaper for Dolly to rut down! a .'

Mm Guy Sale Mrs Charley E. having Color Warner Color
by I Johns Mrs. C. 11. Nasworthy and St) much gums' un .starting t to widen the aisles in thetorr: I
\\ Ith iary COUJMT
I II Mis3 Clair Jean Mundy. off with im h"nest-to-gi odiies! : > -o Dolly could get around :' food forI

-AND- One hundred guests called dur- circus picture at the Kloii.la \Va. sorry to hear about th. j more good

I Walked With A ng the appointed hours, four tcfiethirtv. theatre the first of the week and serious auto accident that N anl"\

ZOMBIE Among the guests war Snow White at the Park theatrethe and George Roberts, Jr. were involved

Mis C. M. Smith of Hastings, middle of the week and nearly in last Friday night BPi ,

\\IUa Joiiu KIINon: 1'raneesIM I grandmother of Mrs Roberts, Jr. all the school kid. taking time off 1 Hastingsboth are confined,! t.. ;,

> und Tom ('OIm ay I Tuesday noon to view the inaugu 1 Flagler Hospital with serumm r I

,11 No Chat*. 13 :Serial anti I Garden Club ration on Tat some kind neigh-j juries young Wayne Mim-lo! I food dollar

Cartoon bor's house Melba Partm's i is confined to bed with a 1f'C" infection !!1 I ,

To Meet MondayAt class went to Iu Green's house to t little Hope Hiih
Sun., Mon. Jan. 25, 26 Parish HouseThe see it Judy Green took Mr J JOavisioiV.s home sick this week wi'h :.1 t-tr... .' r

English class over tc i infection "special h.!i.Scootle ..

THE BIG SKY Starke Girden Club will her house, Mrs Traxler'.s 5th J Duke is shut in u : p at A&P

hold its January meeting next grade went over to I'e \ Kirk and F.Haat Roberts' Louse Mrs.r Sewell'a 5th 1 have been ', IllrlJ/ .: I
\ IIh DnugUn Monday evening at 7:30; : o'clock at having: a icii ?i / I

,..., ":!... at tl I I the Parish House on Church grade went to Jimmy Law sun's. \with first one sick then li. ,.. u' 1 ... :. I Fla. Dressed and Drawn Grade A

,\l.4> ( urttMin und New ; treet. Mrs Pellum's 3rd grade went over 4 both cashier, Natali.. Thoi > \

i i Mrs M V Haren. program to John Adams' where hi-i Mom I ton and Sharon Eiland. were Its f

Tues. Jan 27 ONLY ;I chairman, has announced that served cokes during the inaugura-- ,, sick the end of last w.>ek ,n.* / -

i (;'I Prof John V. Watkins of the Unl tion. Mrs. Steve Weldon served a :manager Ernie Phillips is half.i / :;t,
What Price Gloryi buffet lunch to her son's class sick and can't find time to take
versity of Florida will give an illustrated -,' I Q. ; t
IN TECHNICOLOR lecture on his Caribbean while they were viewing: the excitement. time off Natalie is takingoff ,. FRYERS

\\ilh William enioret and Tour. Mrs. Long: took her class the rest of the week tll recuperate ) -

over to her house, the Coach with Hazel Thomas _
Jamey Reason Hostesses for the evening will :
HobbNed Yanceys Hogan pinch-hitting for her as cashier :
\lv Cartoon and Neun be Mrs. J. II. Kite, chairman, Mrs. = GREEN GIANTPEAS 1 11: ': 1
Smiths. Robbie !Shapers and Dr t ,
\\'. B. Mundy. Mrs. L. A. Davi I j .i
Middletons were some of the Wednesday was a red-1. tier i\i\\
Wed.. Thur. Jan.- 2$, 29 and Mrs. \\'. It. Morse. \
others who had company in tc for the kuldo in Lily Bridge>
I The roll call will be answered S
DOUBLE: FEATURE I II watch TV during the inauguration room at BUS They have beer T C
with a resolution for "My Gar LB.
I and hear that C. H Nas- studying Florida and as a spi"'la'treat _

HERE COMES THE I den. worthy set up TV sets at the VSP were given a "field trip" tl : .. 4 9
The board will meet No. 303 Con IF \ ,
governing building and in the colored schoolin Marineland and St. Augustimwhere ;p (
NELSONS I ? o'clock the 19C
at sam.e'ening
I preceding Lincoln city for other schoolchildren they viewed the Old Foil I '\ ,
\\ It h Ozzir and Harriet I!i the regular meeting.: \
to !see the inauguration and other attractions Roon- IJ''
i !
Ua\1tl and Ricky during: the day. which was a :grand Mothers Eolin Smith. Maxine i

ANDIVORY ;; Woodman Circle gesture Hildebran. Laura Lee l1'iggin-i 1
Niblets Whole Kernel t .
Gayle Rowe was! hostess to 20 and Hazel :Matthews accompanied I j | Allguod;: Fancy Sliced A &: P 2 :.Wt f): Cans

HUNTER I The monthly business meetingof teenagers Saturday night at a the group on the trip to assi-t Lb ;
the Woodman Circle BACON 49C APPLESAUCE
marshmallow roast in the Robert Lily and the children were served I I j 1
IX TKC1IMCO.LOUlth : : )
27th 7:30
Tuesday CORN
January at :
: Gre n Ward Carolyn Pellum. a wonderful lunch, including ft ier! 1
Anthony Str. l and Dinah p.m at the Catholic Center. An'
i' assisted bv her teacher Mrs chicken, on the outdoor table Lean Meat
!SheridanA matitation will be held at this ;3{ Rolls

!,..> Cartoon and Nr\ s 't time.attend All this members meeting.are urged tc a Laqghlin.birthday entertained party on Jan her class 12th at in. near .the. St. Augustine lighthouse U Oz Can 4 TfC SPARE RIBS Lb 37C JOlTEr TISSUE 23c

celebration of her ninth anniversary Looks like there's going to b, !'
little Gig! Graham celebrated quite a reunion of the ex-Cal! [ t
I Streak of LeanWHITE Lana Yellow
her 3rd birthday Saturday -treeters at the Dr. Middleton Da\ ;

II i with a small neighborhood party celebration next Thursday TOILET SOAP BACON Lb 29C : CORN 2 303 can 25CCAMAY

I i. and last Friday Mra Pellum's Chairman Leila Mundv has just Bar 7c
Ii Reg -
II i 1 class gave a party for intern Betty received wires from Aileen Randai: ,

I. Jean Dunn who i i" receiving: herBS and Mrs[ Jessie Livingston tn ir, Quick FrozenPERCH
: degree: at U of F. at the mid Tampa that the "l1 be here "Witt' I IT FLOATS Lb lona Yellow ClingPEACHES

term, the class presented her witha bells on" Telegrams: have al- I IVORYMedBar3for23c 29C

r' Parker 51 pen as a combined been received from :Mr. and MrI!I !

going away and birthday present B. T. Middleton and Mr and M- j I IB. I\"OHY' RIPE E E S r
also c'lt'bratingbirthdays this G. Middleton. all of Hortee:: SNOW, Large Pkg 27c 1

Iweek I are Bill Tilley on the 22nd Ga. and- Rev. and Mrs W i

and sister. Peggy Godwin on the Churchwell and Dr. L. B. Kilg.re, OCEANS OF SUDS ANANAS S
j <
23rd Juanita Phillips and all of Jacksonville, signifying 'rw TIDE, Large Pkg 28c No. 2a i EC

nephew Archie Green celebrated intention to be among those pent ,

their birthdays on Jan. 15th and Another nice "urpr-e TOILET SOAP 3 for Lbs

Mrs P. M Barefoot on the 17th. came in tV.e form of a letter t'-i 2 \\r
Sweetheart Reg Bar 23c
all in the same family week to Carl Johns from Lenth L i ,
Received word that Betty and Wyman. who still reads the T>.'.. Ann I'age,: 11 Oz.

DUNCati. S Jimmy Reddish Valdosta.. Ga graph: although he's been a. .:. B1uintr Flakes KETCHUP bottle' 17C
9c IcebergLETTUCE
are the proud parents of a daughter from Starke for many year BLU-WHITE, Pkg

I born Sunday hear that Here 'tis DIXIE LILY 1 Ige head 1 O C

/I DK 2 Lyle Anderson will land I note in the current issue :

Feb. 4th in Norfolk. Va and wife the Bradford County Tet-tr! : -,r Corn Meal, 24 Oz Pkg 21c luna Crushed, No. li1.'

Mamie is going up to meet him that you are acting as chain :' 1 Fresh CrispCARROTS PINEAPPLE can 25CSALtlNES

hear that Sharon and Brad of a Doctor Middleton Day STRAINED BABY FOOD cello bag 12C

Locke left Tuesday for Norfolk enclose a check as a token GERBER, 3 Jars 29c i
\"a.here Brad will be stationed esteem and appreciation t v'r I! t N. H CIOlOrRS

with the U. S. Navy-Sharon plans used for the gift which you : ':K- .\ STAR J Large JuicyORANGES ]Ib pkg 21C

I to return home in about twc plan to present to the doctur 1
T EET 12 Oz Can 45c bag
"his Sib 25C 1
Chantilly glassware-to match your sterling ,i weeks day"
I Winners in the final Yo-Yo contest You may recall that I A -> IiStarkE' '
silver. The beauty of this pattern is in its I ARMOURS VIENNA luna 2 No, :30,1ansSAUSAGES :
at Ducky's Tuesday were resident from If':!:.

'T3C\'rul1int."S and its sparkling! design cut in d tar I Bobby Humphries. Johnny Weldon 1534 in charge of the go\err I 4 Oz Can 19c Local GrownCABBAGE SWEET PEAS 25C

Louis Mann and Ronald Prevatt turpentine work, and rrd.i i Lb 4C
crystal. Its daintiness: appoals to women ARMOURS ROAST _
orchids to the A. F. Sauls for ter. Ruth Elizabeth, was ,.r. : I

. __ who like fine things. The itcmsJ.A' i 1 sharing their gorgeous camellies Dr Middkton's "babies". REEF. 12 Oz Can 55c t ('an -

=:;--.., illustrated will give you an idea with friends and neighbors Wishfeg the Middleton ft BUNNY COOKIESVANILLA i SNOWDRIFT 3lb 83C
and the best if .
among these lucky recipients arc happiness : ARMOURS CHOPPED

\ ,:t !: )J of Duncan Chantilly. Come in Mrs. A Wood. Mrs, W. E Middleton. fortune, HAM 12 Oz Can 53c SUGAR OATMEAL t -
ij Miss Annie Darby airs Wilbur Sincerely. ; Sugar Ro>e 2 No. ;JO.'J: fans
and *>o "The Loveliest Glassoiv -
S Scott and yours truly attending Lentha11'man BLACK WALNUT
1 \\ in America. the midwinter conferenceof 1537 Tute Oak P.,

!BS \ the Anrerican Legion at W. Raleigh N C HASH, Lb Can 29c or COCONUT

pia \ @ Palm Beach Saturday and Sundaywere Well looks like ,ts s *

+. ji I( 1 r'ROBERTS JEWELRY Bill Graham. Arch Thornas be a mighty big day, so I.:. -?- CLEANSER Your Choice
Jr John Grew and Charles Par- expecting to see all you oldti: ..rt AJAX Can 12c

.33.J*?; (jjf Your Friendly Jeweler tin have you seen that and youngsters too gathere,'. ittte 10-Oz.Pkgs. t

"calorie" hanky that Ruth Sun- festivities next Thursday 2 .. --. 33CThe t Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.Prices .

. STARKE FLA. mans gave to "Bg; Dolly" Suffl-: So long till then: in this ad effective thru 1 300 East Call St.ImFOp.n .

,I van-gaess Ruth figured it would '-carolyn I Saturday Jan. 24. J



nm..J.sr ua' !3. 19U .. I'1t.t tIsF
!-. L D Grtr. J Mr ar..J t MrJ \\" G. ;j-: :
:: Mrs It ]]Five From Here

I : t\ Irene Hunt"f Tampa Johns visited; and in lhcr Mr-s Green; H sister Cove.r.r.- Tan.pa Mr Mr and and were Mr Mr>H-AeenrnJ Jow C Broadway H g"est5 Otis: ani u: Fo Get Degrees I ''t'r'.' !,'-'r.<\", 'n..,.\\.i."..'' .:....! r>%..,'.1.... e, \ ,. ,:._S : .' ; ..g:i".v, \ .. \

VtdcJna : hUdren. lJa tvo. ar.u L nne vPhlll1psbur f-!'.'.,- P.rajf- r : r .,..ruan.xii: >t, lt..r i- .t .I* ,,:..'" _
:::: :::: ::::: : : .' on Sunday. Jay :> j ..1! tn' Fay Gill and Mrs J D ?. Kan are \ .sitir.jj a in :? the 5J: > app:;.ants for de'I'd.? 'I the ''.i, :- .-

THE S J ..!ast were!* Friday.Page visitors of in JacksonvHI Jackson-* Mrs neon Orange trrt Paul! Schropshser at Peach Mstrunk'-Pear. Perslnv rres!aencement:situ ;:ui to Florida DO awarded exercises; at mid-year by, the Saturday Univer-Com- {i ilipht i.'..'t nd i.d...ntiini!*'.>-""'-, ipu Q v r 1'1.: ,'\:. Conway's Service StationAMH

-- 1. \ .1" :
Mrs 0 D Bennett andon.. r Jan 31. !.. '. > '.
ir : .1
aeguests Mr i the weekend -vith his fa ) (;.VS .AM: 011.
\r B 'r'ha Par "- will r.nv. ; ,A' .1 t '
C rratt.
They Chns
are: Angelo
Randy are resIdIng with Mr and
Mr Don Page and Mrs Page. ?' '; V' i .: .1.1rndae iiff .' -
the weeker 1 ar.! -*> : 9t7D:1Idyll --
during Mrs Carl Lamar Johns at 321 S. ]PhD; Willie Mae Denton. : } ', ., t '.. '
Mrs B Haynes and l1au htf'r. '>j.M'ccl l and Mrs. John Mixon visit- ', ,. .. {Washing{ Tires Tubeslatlfrif:
am Madison St. until !! Landrum. BS: and Justine R.r trry t a(: t Creating .
Mr and Mn A. M Mixon an<* Petty taintrt:l .ndrl..tn !
Martha of Winter Haven. !rand rig on Ovid D. Bennett returns from Vellum|: MED. all of Start ; and j.1 st. I, .!. '. .13'1" '
Mrs T J Thomas of Valdo- Mrs. M E. Mixon in Gainesville Mrs Ruth S. Frazier. MED Caif; any tit': : :rr-- I'HONK: : ; run SERVICE
active duty in the Far East.
'.. .
Saturday. "I' toi .1 i .1\ : \
and Mr. and Mrs Guy I Is'h11l1pa Green |
u Ga .. S
Mrs. W. ;:EQflKEI' .
B. Mundy visited .r".I.
Ir and Mrs. GV Oarnell and ,hamThe .
of Lake City. Mayo. were visiting friends and Mrs E. W. Compton in St. Vin- ; ceremony will take place in *,tt plaintitf py l "t \: ...n-\\or--torn' i ini i' t Ride Florida Greyhound Musses

?1, Mr and Mn H C. Wimberly Srr cent's Hospital on 21'ednesday.Mr. 'he: Florida gynmasium at 8": ht. w; ...ddrelonda. .- ,
weekend Auburndale and Win an; 'titti. .. :,PEEUETY I'O.MFOKT El'OXOM\:
Lake jen t.
' Haven over the weekend. and Mrs I N. O. "Ir .n F'wef ]/rn.t C
of his mother and sisters )oiirx.- ; {C Commencement Dr.l'f ,' ,
jfuesta as recent their \ address will be :: of the r.jt': t ,
guests daugh-
Mr H! f Wimberly. Miss Beth Ir and Mrs Alton Dobbs were \lvin C. Eunch. a nationally | ircuit rout i M.' LKAKTO FLY
Miss 7'ain.s
Lake City Sunday visiting Mr ter. Phyllis Steidley! Maxwellof ; :h..l"l'e ti. al1.! K.i- faSYlrall. you
Wimberly and Mrs! Nelson Green. Mrs I Icnown] educator and official of the t' ," p!Lt I.t St .:: "
Winston-Salem. X. |
C. and Mr
Mrs Carl Dobbs. !
Mn Shellie Hall and Mrs. M. to the ]Ford Foundation \ \ learn Phollc /A"
and Mrs. Ronald Ilinson
Wfrlls wt're'UiltorB in Jack mittee O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J of Chat-!
tanooga. Tenn. The Hu.sons were''
Kincaid home last
mllle, Thursday of last week. present :!' '1i .-. - ...... -
after accompanied home by their chili TB Seal Sales --- ---- ----- - - -
Mr and Mrs. Tack J. iubertsllasting' Mrs M \ spending: seven i i - - - _"_ !!!n 1m'"
dren. Ora
in where MM. Kin | and Becky, who had
.t spent Sunday with Tampa i i spent some time here with the J Ji Need A BoostA

f'r fudge For and Garden lrI.' George I.awns A.and Gardin l1U"11:0ro '. of Mr' IJl fine.to of hear Mrs.that a major Kincaid she operation is will getting be i I i iMaxuells.I suffered Chief of.a heart Police attack W. E. late Thornton'Wed- I Ii final Tuberculosis plea for those Christ'.\ n ma.--eceivtd 1VINKLER L E Now Has TV And R A 0 I 0

*>r,_\ : Hy.firoIarGrow: and j lesday afternoon and was carried Seals to send the mono> y ;r
[r. and Mrs Robert Green and
at SUtfUnk'n.Mr also! ambulance was voiced this week
by to the Glendale promptly
Paul' Turner of ) visited Mr. and Mrs A. C.
and Mrs. Mr. Hospital in Palatka. by volunteer workers R"" eptr SERVICE DEPARTMENTFOR
of 'in Jacksonville on Sun I :
iakrlan l guests !
were ITlys!
I this year are running about $lv
Mr and Mrs Jess New*>me the I Ii short of the $*.60 raised in Bi 1.1.1

Mrs Ada Alexander and !rl'l'lIley < Rev Irs. G S. grown and children I i PTA Hears Gibson ford County last year it wri* -..?.1 l ALL MAKES

\\ Andrews were in Alachua and Mrs Brown's mother Mrs! [ Discuss Program Contributions should b. m I. .' i
where Mrs. Alexander !' I' :M Wimberly in Lake Butler on i iast Friday guests to Mrs. J R. Kite. Starke I
'hUed her mother Mrs M. g.I Mr Of Child Guidance Our
E. J Dowling Sr. and Mr Policy .
Maynard and Mrs Andrews visited day of i : I
Carter were in Jacksonville The Parent-Teacher Associationof
her sister Mrs Dee Douglas Bradford High School held lit 'Ihr Irriiil tour of HrmllorUcunl
Friday. <' I'li.ri.lu: lu t hun. a. I S WE GIVE
Rev J B Ihil're of Live Oak i' l.irU|> ( ) l : Ir and Mrs Cecil Sewell and i their regular meeting in the school j > '..., \ ". EXPERT SERVICEWE

visiting Mr and Mr J H bu fare, | | i \ ht'r. Pam. were in High 'cafeteria Tuesday evening. Jan.' c.i'i.y OIL roui'tiiTII >\ i
Mamuff. %" JAMES I'll ,K'''.1 i CHARGE FAIR
I're (' .. !t Sunday visiting Mr. and 20, with approximately! 40 mem- at. !frndant- PRICES

Jim Raulerson and in Gaines- bers present. |, ORDER C F PfW.lTIi': \v '

visiting Mr and Mrs. Arch I. Lawrence Gibson assistant principal (XOTU'E THE STATE TO APPKAK 01Fl.."1:1.: \ S WE ITEMIZE ALL BILLS

and' family.Mr spoke on Child Guidance j James l't-klr! >. MarRiit lit. I I
Anna 1..-.. Pate. Mary .1. \1' i C'
Seaboard ; and Mrs C. G. Barksdale and Counseling in the school. He Franklin Jordan. All.rt !l \; WE GUARANTEE OUR SERVICEThe

spending this week at their pointed out that guidance comes chfll. Kiankliti Jordan I ,!i.
'Firming if 1111an.1 "I. ,I, i I.
at Salt Springs. ; from no one source. The home .
-lMiu.-r uf each of Ihftn i i '
I church and school all take part it any ..t. them i,r d.'.ul T,, .
and other
ecrgren .
known .
hrir 'i-
Watch xNtriniU's. and it is something that continues jTantftsltgat spouse.-fa, ""Hi' TUDOR
every day. Copies of records kept itors wId other t 1.II'Ii.I',: '"'
Sen and :Mrs Charley John through under or again-1 ... "ii
Sen. and,: throughout the child's school lifewere very of the al.,iv<* nnn ,..1 1 )I" <
: as Sunday guests.
shown to each This uhn is dfr ?a>-.- ; Bd Fraser of Macclenny. i parent. heirs deviser,., grant.-.--. i..i..
I' record broad in scope is comparatively and other. Haimants l>y. thicm"h '<
Jan. 9 Mr and Mrs George R. .
der or against each MarK-n-1: I I' '
( :'Newton N. C brought Mrs. J. new As time passes the dCras! <-d, .irorRe L I'... .1.! .
record will give each successive aid de.rge> R !'... ... .!I. "
Fields home on Sunday .
and to all havi-iK
persons "i
remain for tpn days visit.! 1 teacher a fairly good picture of in!IT any interrbi in th' i :'! .s _
the student his personality d..acnL.d! lands situate. in r I: !I' Tahle .Model l K1M2II.:! dear, finl'-crainl'tl
Mr and Mrs. H. D. Surrencj
of abilities short-comings and activities {County "Florida to-wit 17-inch (picture powered<< l h\' the( K-.Vi; : chit..N. 1
Richard Plymouth ,
sons ItfgmninK at the p.'Int "i i 'n '
t-rit Sunday! with their uncle and:. thus enabling her to better j term-ction of the ""\llh., ltit'h, niah ;any-c ir.| |p\ rCl\\ Jin t'Ul'Tl'tJ ,
of Teitfr Street (a \t..I.r I
understand and work with the cabinet.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M Care I with the weMcrly' 1"". ,' -
Personal Integrity
My child. Road "')(' las now u i nl- n- .i
.1 and familyMr .
Backed by Over Forty and Mrs J. C. Wynn an r 1 The Association decided to defer i additional jog also t..right S Iflgh"I of u.i\ ..> I.i .- t ,

1 further action on school lockers T..mple.nn...) in iliStarke. $199,95l'r
Linda and Keith oj!f I
in Repairing and Florida. Fill i: \ "l'> -\i' I iOF _
weekend until it is known whether or not _
k.Minvilli* were guest!! HEr.lNXIX:; *; Mi. n i
new buildings will be erected at North 88 degrt-rs T 11.1 n I. n. U ..
Watch is Your Mr and Mrs Sam Anderson.Mr ..
,. w. '
along the southerly' Ur I I' include I't.fer.il Kise: Tiand IMrls
: and Mrs Ernest Phillip;s j the school. ter Strei-t for a dist.ui' I i. i i
The school hopes for and desires Pert to a .-..n..I.. I'1., : ti I' .- ltarruIt'YIINKLER{
.! Mr and Mrs. Claude Crowsoi I i .
run South 1 drgr.-- :1: M i iAVest
Officially the Stephen Foster :Me.. full co-operation from the f..ra du'tanl..f 1 1J" (r. ..
-- ---
home in securing information for a conrrrtt 1'It31 Hi." < ,i, --- --
relfbration at Whiti!
South *S degrcs 7 mimr." I
:$ ::;,Inlla\ its records and assistance: in working fur a distant- '.',."l 1 !. '

SEABOARD Mr and Mrs D Montieth "I. out problem that may arise. the ", ...,It'rly lin. ,.f -.1 .1 .n. ELECTRIC
Road 200. which m.iikxi 1 i SERVICE
were weekend guests ol f concrete 1'K.SI.. I h. n' r i inmtherly
along the .ml vly \ .
Values"V: and :Mrs. W. H. Graham. Beta Phi ,
Sigma :;. line of State Road: 2:u..1 f. i i 1I0.\E
WATCH Mrs John Love Wilkes of Jack distance I'olnt of of I'eKioninK.12I.CS>:! f.--t Alan,J t.. -.I I,,...I 166 I TE'IPI.E: E.

\'illt"isitt'd her sister Mrs A The Bimonthly meeting of the ginning at the inter.t t "H.II .,. ( .
.' Adkins and Judge Adkins from i Beta Sigma. Phi will_be,held! MonJday : ; ;'tl\e westerly line of State Uoad i' - .... ..-... -- II---A :.:.:..'.--..' "- ---: --. -',.:. ',- .> v'-: --::
STAKKE p200 (as now widened by .utdit..a
.. to Saturday of last l week. I Jan. 26 at 8 o'clock at the al right of wayi) with iii. m.> ii I Ierly I- m

i and Mrs J R. Kite and II home of Helen Malone in the line of Outer Sir.-t i- .-\
I tended) in the Pita.r -tiih' I
\V E. Curtis visited the Pinehurst Sub-division with Bar Florida thence run :Xm.; Mi D.! ir..r.
Foster Memorial Sun bara Barksdale as co-hostess. grt-t-s i minutes \\""-t. .Ii.| ., ,Ij.. ,,.
on I I northerly' line of f..nt-i, :-1''t Ikit"lt aiitluinivnn
I for a distance of 3.n1: i-.t ; CAN i:
'. : i I the easterly line of l..tk.. :.t I. I. :
Mr and Mrs. \\ S. Col.son of Exceeds Dil.tlleM x\li> lu
and Quota i which is marked h\ a ....n I. t. man)
Friday Park visited Col. and Mrs( I I II PnM, thence runt.rth 1 ilgree .
K I Knight Monday evening I Bradford Countiana contributed I easterly:3i minutes line of Lake Kast Stl'I.:t.ng!t Mi-.., : r 1".1, no older than 10.

Elder and Mrs. L. Z Folrr.er of $158.09 to the Children's Home a distam. of M.4", f. ..f i.> .. ., _;.
rete 1'1:11. th.. lias ainvd (o let her
nr. run "n I b
::. Ga were Sunday eve ,: Society of Florida during 1952 7J d> j"Tt i.. -.7 niii.s: r.-t t ta YOU
di-t.t 1 < > .,f 4'" l .,
guests of Sheriff and Mrs i Quota for the county was S100 r. age 1 III' mtrull off-
-ONL i 'i >M ,11\! l J.n. ...f M r' I i.: .01 i _
P Reddish.Mr Of the total amount "ontnbutjl ',. .. I '. .. <1Er4 '
... .
anti Mrs. J. M. Barnes and $ ;) 1 l"i ( dine yon, Slarki' am! : I. v, .01 dull> for the first tlm('.

of Kingsland, Ga. were $:::1 91 fral. Brooker he so'ieumnounred pr..i
Think iI'' 40? \\rll.
guests: of Mr and Mr-- \ GIJESS pY

Vickers.. ,
J J -- J stir 'oa.\" shn72.: .\ .
Deputy Sheriff and Mrs Al -

(' of Jacksonville'\ u <>v. 1 this is hll.IIC' looks&

: Sheriff and Mrs. P rl

Saturday evening II HER ;H : 1 h"la, Oh. .)1.s 'he
those oho rare enough/ to .- 1
; IN'h.Si5 thaI the
theer>' N>st Hallmark 1 t ;_ t1. MOIII-

''' at llullingtons\ Studio.! Dedicated To _
Community Service UIItth natural |1..IPliniSN .
Ir and! Mrs S E. Sparks have "Moles Are Better Than E\t'.." JI
a- visitors :Mrs R. T. Crouch AGE r is in greater

Mrs. I':. C. Sparks of Gaines If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad t c.l

.. on Tuesday and Mrs. K. C. I cut ad out and Present it to Box Office" for FREE 1 TICKETS ganger of making a

of Jacksonville on Wed
Sun Mon c'w x wrong adjuslnw-nt to
Jan. 2.). 26
and Mrs. P. D. Reddish i Sat.. Jan. 21 ONLY .
sons John and Mike, visited Inu 'UlIU.' >JL M-G-M Presents t' ,*- *rt old age than one oho

| lUll! ,
\\' Reddish at U. of F. last I! nci SUITl \ l. has had to cork to deflop -


Irs'aUtor Glatzau. Mrs : ;! GENE AUTRY IKIIS II [ ) \ her beauty.
I he a ho tie
posture wain 4a. ksomilie' J"urnal."Hld .
Glatzau and Timrr.\ .
son. -
1 .... C) AMFION I '
Deland and F. F. Kent of Otta :\" > January I',.
r ,rUE SEkf'
Canada were visiting Mr .m' r
> Wilbur Scott on Tuesda\ CANA;

Ir Pave Paulk attended .1 't"' JlOC I ES+ tlUESTHER} GUARANTEED PROOFThat

Mrs Roswell Paulk on r IIUAMS TECHNICOLOR

of last week at the
**AMjnu C M US.a*"' KT m. 'atw,
: .' Legion hall in Piersor. Itr au: au.- ..v.. -""
1 a.tt FC. a iAnillEFlDEIEQIInt [ [ Ann Delatield/

Ir and :Mrs Carl White and
.. t********************** **
of Nashville. Tenn were .
:Muuv Meet Bird" ( artoon

Mrs ht Robbie guests ShaHer Tuesday of Mr- : : and I..at..turl..! Nus REDUCER PLAN Works

VALUES UP TO l r and Mrs. Earl Middletor. A N I) __- 1i.1.. (.nEE.
Mrs Ellen Dowling of Jack-

lilt' were Sunday guests of Tul' .. Wed -Jan. :27 :2!" NO CALORIE COUN 111nG>

$7.95All and Mrs \\'. E. !idJleton.Ir' i J *

P. D. Reddish and son. MLRrw NOT A DRUG R
l >w were overnight guest

:irsday of Mr. and Mrs Richard { \{ t

Styles :n Jacksonville. iUt r A FOOD SUPPLEMENTNow

and :Mrs Vernon Silcox. :Mrs NOW

\' Vndrews. Mrs Mernll Strut! M-O-M presents

All Sizes ltLn! Mrs.!: Mr.Leslie and Mrs BJJTS George have bee K,b- TOR.rg You Can "Eat Your Cake And Have H Too"

Jr who are confined in the 110't uny IJy I'rusy" ( artoon .1

i ler Hospital. St Augustine fol SINNERS litorid NewsMils. -

a senous automobile acci- GIG YOUNG This Week Only p

: : : last Friday evening nea KEENAN WYNN l I'EfiGY; SHALLER Ann Delafield
SS3 Will Give YouFREE AppetIteReducing

:!i ttrgs: JANICE RULE Thur.. Fri Jan. 29. 30 $
>rrruit trey", Pecan Figs

"int'at >istnmk\. P tuJ 3'00 r

r and Mrs Nate Dyal ",::.: ,: -- ; >1 C F E E with each 5.95 box of Wafen!

::!.:: ." Tommy and David s *'r.: t J

::....ii"1: .: on the intraeoastal \vaer- SOrnething"V'I'lu. ,l

at Flagler Beach. "Merrie Old SouT' Cartoon s

rs T. L. Casey. Mrs B D ,. for I leD'L .1
Chapter 3 Black Hawk -- -
- / Koch
"The Store of Mrs. Harry Weber and Mr = Drug Store

and Mrs. Xale Dyai were shoppingin iltO "Happy) llollancT C"aTtoon!

- Jacksonville last Friday ev.mng '
_' I
I -


-- ------ ----.- IRIh\1 it\1 11 'I 'n.,..<...

ud en rows that are being fitted n-,*. use a- r.a, h ;.n'r'J:"':"-, .,. .\ ,. :-:'_ lay .l.:".: :- ,-<._ r : ::. ;.. :' cr:: : :-..t"d .'-L. .. ,-- 4. ---------
1 .4. ,
N for livestock shows. In the corn in rotation Apparently! leg .I4ught.-'. Mrs Wile %ViamKn: c..c. u-.e I' T A. ir.e CirUe.- : -.r- t" tn". : ;t.d' 3 :. .ct., ; .,-. ,.: ; \-.. ;"' ,. .:.. .' .. .'-' .i .' .
a- ..
F past Mr Lawson has been of valuable umes cats use this phosphorus and anti farr.il). tr.r ComR.jr.tCr.unh: and tr.t m -r.-t. a-.j> 4,';1,1.n :-e .It>.. ,_- arc r.ar..J ,_, ..: : : \ i .. .. .. v.,: S\ t.. '. i .. rend ; ..
: :
assistance to the Chapter ir when turned under. they ado con. Mr. and Mrs Lan! Bedenbau Sunday S,'hO4'i; ilasseof! the B..just ., > c-r\r a '"'i'. f.wtr < '.r *n- I- -. ... f, r h.J, V *. ,.'

., jrpti. E their livestock program.- He tai s.-rable organic pho-phc tt ::;!h and Miss Ruby Eede Church Rolls. 8.'lOnyn-u -i !*i or Tit plrad nit re> .\t'' :rr.r\h<> t...m;';at ln! .hay.!..'\t I tt.a ram i i >:!'J i" .00It..' ar.if -. } \.1. ., :. ..'h.. .r....',r t..,'i'; \\ ti k aL his and lets UJUM the soil that doesn't show in the T Frit.k; I-- ..: : Starke. .. -r .I \\ K- tit! Fr4dit''t'! vln \
F given time freely baugh spent Sunday and Sunday donorrilk: or-chldrer.: and cur- F'. Ja \4 rri': rd i --I-. e .1. v p, ..f fTjr ''
: and 1:1.! ..
'r ( s. W his trucks to haul animals teaM chemical test As the organic night with Mr. and 11r.Olin fee, the Lions Club. The Woman"; ." .- ff th.I'l: !"thr rk of or f the n.it Tin-uit:n thf >pant- An,>.n"t-the.r r.-.nJ'ng I"f"; to the- ,-0mP et.d :t.., .. I'I

from shows. He is an honor l, phosphorus decompose, the com Bedenbaugh and children of De- Club has charge of setting up Court Perbuary on, or rvf rf *K? "if (rtny; {'f T. Frank I-andr v rand .. VL: ;'
UiJ. dh.11 ,'e t.e: 41IrRations f.if: thr .>r c.';...' 'nvr .'*f ,.. f' .
Bradford Chapter plants it.Continuous .. : u-
member of the use land. tables I'
s TV
A ary and arranging the club. The of aJ: ,1'::'I.'t w.i:1 b* t'e ." ..f" I. t -. ,
f1 '
S and ready and will j cropping systemtrob taken as ('(ollt...,-. oj l\ > 1 ir i- 1 p.p
is always Mrs. D. W. Moore of Starke Men's class of the Baptist Church ThIs notice shall ie -published

ir.g to help us in oUr work. soil of much organic matter I and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore of I will prepare the chicken. Poster once each w*.k for four "OIlH<"ut\* \"< 1"-- ..
Wallace Parnsh will be initiatedthis j too. Biggest )loss of organic matter ,I Archer were Sunday guests ofMrs. 'were donated by the Catholic weeks. in the Bradford County T le.rnph. .

The Chapter Is still grooming week for Chapter fanner. j occurred in peanut Plots More T. F. Brown. ;. Club. Even the little school children Dated this 14 day of January. is:.? 4ri-

the bull we received from Sean j;I We finished setting the pine I organic material was saved where Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May. W. C. are taking part by deo-ra- (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A Darby your :hi-i1; ,' $

seedlings last week. Forty-fix boy j com was grown in summer and Kammerer. Miss Edna Eayre and ur.g large cartons to be used for Dy Marian L Crosby Depute Clerk .:, \ J CH4/o1p/ON I 1.,
i iH I
Roebuck fo for the Fair. SPAR/
Tampa II Fair. in winter for ; I. 1C 4t : 6 /K I
I ore eligible for the Tampa lupine was grown Miss Norma Sweeney were recent waste containers. Those on Uu i .r t PLUGSI
A. Lawson gave two nice I green manure. visitors to the Stephen Foster 1 committee would like to express t a: BA1tE R\ES\ 1\ .

how halters to the naj-ter to toe Crop Rotation J; Dr. Thompson says the best s 's- Memorial in High Springs. Mr. 'their grateful appreciation for >OTI r: TO ITK\K{ .u.. ..,.. ,. '.: .,. ...'-.,r \! .; '. .:.. : ." : :':t
: tern for maintaining organic mat, Kammerer and niece Miss Eayre. '! such splendid co-operation and la ( Irruit l'.urt. HradforJ. ('.U.I". 0'I'. ., ,,- \".\' ...., '" .. .1.. .: i" "..'.. '.I ..," '::f'
: ( ka.rerr.Fut..t "" ': c r '.
LAU Proves ProfitableFor I I ter in the soil is the three-year !Taft ", .'11.1: .. \ I... :,
i il Sunday for Philadelphia aftera support. t.-h "I-w" r\int: : ,'fu.df t. ..nlCn .., ," ." ,. I.S ......I
Corn PeanutsCrop l rotation. This is peanuts in summer three weeks visit in the May \\ ..; :Mr .-. I I'..:c :,Jt-' .>C. '.,.:""; ; ,.. ;. J ,, I "(L
ir -r :\ '0,1 r---
3P50linE"C055IP I I i followed by lupine planted home. >.tle To .\,p..arI.L ;
-- rotation pays off in northern -}the winter and plowed under, corn Miss Norma Sweeney left or. \orin: TO .\rrt: %KIn \ 4 ."\\1,
Irrupt Court Hradfurd ,
Florida, according to D. L. ; oats grown for grain, crotalaria Monday of last week for her final "'lnrW.: J. (........ry. (ou.tr t t(4 :

By "Shorty" I Thompson, soils chemist at the plowed under in the fall, and oats. term at Bryan University Day J.,hn l'J..-Mlit1 l: -v. ;*1.t. : "f.i ..'. <, !....,4 .\ KINDS. ornCE S\-'IUS I q N

North Florida Experiment Sta Under such a !system, starting I III ton. Tenn. On New Years Day. Sutfrr Tu .tpprar: ,a s 81lTs

!' tlon. Corn grown here in a three- 'II i with virgin soil, the soil lost a lit : Miss Sweeney had as her luncheon .-...U T adur Mary," }..- .!t : \. ',\'. ;. AT THE TELEGKAl'll a 'I ...... SJ: ; .J

year rotation with oats lupine, tie organic matter for the first j jI guests!, her former schoolmates .t' .

crotalaria and peanuts yielded 35 '' fie years. Corn yields increased ; Miss Ruth Sibley of Theres-sa! and TTY TTTTYTTTTTTTYYYTT.1 u .-" /

bushels per acre more than corn during the five years, showing an I ii Mis3 Martha HOrne c'

grown continuously Dr. Thompson 1 improv Twnt in fertility of the I Mrs. Claude May, Mr*. Ma METAL : //

eea says. I soil. I II Sweeney and daughter. Connie &

For the four years this test waB I were visitors. on Sunday. at the

run the yield of the corn grown i: Farm Prices Off, i.Fred Dodd home in Keystone SIGNS V

In rotation increased each year. But No Threat { Heights. gRi1ving
C"u.s This how3. Dr. Thompson points i Mrs. T. C. Chastain and Mrs. i "

-------.-..---- out. that the land was increasing : Of Depression Seen May: Sweeney visited Miss Dorothy I ,
:Swanbom and mother in Lawtey ron KENT refree
in fertility. I
"Want to race? .4 for c
On of the Government's topeconomist.1) I m I: Sunday. need
I Peanut grown in rotation at l ,
assess-eeeeeeeeeeeeeee has ''predicted that I Mrs. C. L. May. Mrs. May ROOM 1 1a yOU
i I the North Florida Station yielded k ,
farm prices will soon" J and Mrs. Marian Gnann
\ lot of times the only dificrrnce ) ; U+fto 400 pounds more per acre Mumoiiig I Sweeney FOR KENTAl'AUTMENT:
but that "it will take six
level off vere in Starke Tuesday.
l N in thr gasoline. Try than peanuts grown continuously.
months to !see where they reallyare : Mrs Bessie McDaniel and Mr
CUI" and fw-| the diff..n-nc. I Corn plants in rotation
grown heading. He denied that a and }Ir.'. Ray Adkins of Tampavere

TVVtr..VV.Vrr..Vy.LIBBY I' testej higher in calcium, magnesium 'farm depression is threatened. 1I weekend guests of Mr. and FUR KENT

,, and phohorus than corn I I For the 1953 outlook as a whole. Ura: J. E. Adkins. Lose Yours? '
continuously. On the other
grown: this official agreed substantially : J. W Priester of Palatka spent FOR SALEPRIVATE BRIGHT BEAUTIFULI!
the available phosphorus
j hand I with the Agriculture Department'; he I: weekend with his daughter,

Sales/ & ServiceUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAJ I content of the soil was much higher Bureau of Agricultural Economics :llrs. Gerald Adkins and ramily.Mr. f SEhT 1
where corn was planted each year WHY G:11111and perhaps +1 14i
I in predicting a gain in fl1rmf'rs'i and Mrs Carlton Chastain : I
than where corn was planted in '* : 1 a+'
I production expenses and not much and i on. Tommy. wenin Jirksonnlle : "lose jour' !
rotation.: I change in cash! receipts. If true '' ,\ Monday KEEP orT >hen, at I low cost.t )ou can ; 1 tl 1
KaUiT Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP Dr. Thompson explains that, I ,. i t l ljrtl J
this would result in a net farm income protect t > in\e tment I.in ,
while chemical tests showed the about five per cent under YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYKeystone NO THE P.SIXG home i: ,,( '

Temple Axe. Ph. 32TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 phosphorus:" to available, corn tW 19.-.2 figure of 514,200.000000/ ]on dlll'n'I: I "'" ''

corn could The departments latest 't'port Heights .' i
I following: apparently POSTED an('..' --t .
showed that farmers were getting
It \ .
I 12 per cent less for their crop in li>. :\Ir... Sara: :\Ic I DonaldAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAA t' -.
v- chance on Fire. Get\ your
December than a year earli -r
Fire Insurance t today.I Call
SPECIAL Cash receipts were at the lowestaverage 45 ea. e

in two years, with cattl'1- About twentx-five hundred pen- on

1i 1 8 Piece I uteri The being economists the hardest said: hit.that three pie plant congregated on Thursday.at thiR Jan. IS.E. for A Last A Lifetime L B. (RED) ALVAREZ

i major causes' have influenced the annual meeting. The big tent Weather Resistant;

I farm prices in recent months and used for the first time this year

LIVING ROOMPhone will continue to do
1 IFLATIOThis: factor : for the crowd. The PTA Miple-
Fla.GROUP haalmost completely disappeared mented the lunch served by the

80 Starke, from the farm market. People I company by selling pies and rake AGENCY ,rr

_..---" ".eeee..ee aren't doing any scare buying and and hot dogs. The rommitt*.t

Was $129.95 NOW 5109-95 hoarding of farm products. The I I wishes to thank all those who contributed Phone llfi! TIRES TUBES BATTERIES

: expectation of "war. boom and to the bake sale. A glt'Jt TELEGRAPH 200 I-'.. Call) Street

1-SOFA 1JKI ITIIUOnun '. meat shortage" i.i shattered, with many who are not members of the StarkeaAAAAAAAA.aAAA.AAAAAAA.AAAA ACCESSORIES

i the result that ranchers have quit PTA, did so and to them they art Phone, 110 '!
TAHI.K: & -
COLKIAIL i TIKI. v i..\\. u2KM > Temple Call .;:'I t:I.
.c : .
) TABLES buying cattle for speculative purposes : especially grateful.The .
Keystone Heights Woman'sClub
e..vw.fee es n ee fee.#__#e. ,eKe e._,- 1-- \ 2. EXPORT MARKETS:: Export will hold its next regular
demand is expected to be down meeting on Tuesday. Jan. 27. at 3 I

A Complete Living Room by Day. A Itedroom I about 15 to 25 per cent this year:, p. m. in the club hou"e. Hostesses' ,
Ford F-S's
by Night. from the 1952 peak of about i will be Mrs. II. U Morgan:: and ;J outsell

; $4.000.000,000. \'' this trend !r.B.. Christoffers. This is a i I:

continues depends on improvement : program meeting: and Mrs. Anna I

in the dollar-gap. i James will give a book review

:3 FARM PRODUCTION: J Mr. and Mrs W. C "I 'Cray v
vear's total output is expected if :'have pone to Texas for a brief

be dose to the 19.;)2 record level! visit They will stop o\t-r w ".'i'. all other 12-ton trucks !

which had some influence in de- Mrs Jesse Hill Mr. Hill has b ..'.

passing piioeAnother bumper in the Naval hospital in .Loh'

t'L2 .1' arty; have the same efft vine! for a check up The HAIL j at"I
'former residents of KevstnneDr
and Mr Paul Holl of PitN!

burgh, who have been in Miami e Only 1'/ ton truck with V 8 nr new l
HAMPTONby for a vacation stopped over in t. : y" 1 HI. IIo... Six! Ford F-5, (J.V.\V.; 14,000 It .,
with Dr. Holl's I + c.hOltt. of :\\heelbase lengths.
Keystone to visit : A f _::""".;"."',,H'>.>el
:\1 r... "'nt. \\'. IlanunnndAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA parent! Rev and Mrs. A. J. Holl A rr +

Mr and Mrs. Joe Leverett of 7 ee' ., ,
'- or 1 '
Milan. Ga visited this week vviOMrs. ; "az v'k <
1 i Similar to Above Mr and Mr; p.mnl.l Hill and: Leverett's brother, )Ir. Harvey. .

"q'1 .iiildmi. and father. Howard Hill. .

PictureNOTICE spent Saturday in St Augustine i I Miss Terre Barr was a weekend!

if l / .ind Sunday Howard Hill left for visitor with the Vances Miss BarrIs

I IYn.*tcola where he will spendsometime. the granddaughter of Mr Peggy -

and her family
. ., .: :--- -. .j..:--;: -:'.: .. Mr and Mrs Charles Alvarez have Pfeifer now moved She to Jacksonvillefrom : x r, ru rays pArt tfiy

and children spent Saturday afternoon Miami.Mrs. .

in Starke. F. II. Rutledge has goneto ?n,1MY.i' pNyMyp Ayyy

Douglas, Audrey and Pat Rale Daytona Beach to manage an i, yjNhSrA"N1bN'Fr"k'v

of Theressa were recent callers at apartment house in which she has

a the! Hammond home. an interest She will stay' then J

Among those in Hampton that for the season and be back in the JI

h.ive been entertaining the "flu1 spring.The I r '
< s
are Helen Jean Parker, William Drive-In Theatre' has been I y yaJ

Etcry: person who owns property in Bradford Hammond and Virginia William- ; temporarily closed for renovation

County. Florida should file a Tax Return and son and repairs. Mr. and Mrs. Let
Mr and Mrs Percy Griffin of were in Tampa: for a few days but
apply fur Homestead: E\cmption.'pith the County Jacksonville were in town Sun 10 .
I have returned and are doing considerable .yrf
Tax Asx'S-or on or before the First Day of April day.Mr. I work on the grounds ot
and Mrs G. P. Wa.t worth the Drive-In.

spent the wt'ekt'ndith Bunnell.their son.Buddy. I I Walter W. Fmnegan. son o1Mrs f! Just one big! reason why truckers insist on Ford F-5's:

Following are the classes of property for and wife at T. L. Southerland. is now in .
H B. and i
Mr and Mrs. Wiggins
which the Ta\pa\er should file his return : Keystone. He was graduated ir

REAL ESTATE Mr Maoclenny George> Sunday.Mr \\ .ilti3.ffiSisitt'd. in I., June from and has the been University taking of bass Virginia \. 3 out of 4 run for less than 32/3* a mile ; .

and Mrs C II. Lay field :
training at Indian Town Gap :: Vi4
Mr Effie Mrllroy of Gainesville i .. ir i
YOril LAM n 1'Ll'S IMl'KOVKMKNTS: : Pennsylvania On Feb. 2 he .. y (4 '
and Mrs. ){. 4t{ IJ .
Irr.alt'i h Brannen .
r..yrryrNf }
: report to Fort Sill. Okla We have PROOF ?
B 1ynt'IJ spent Sunday with : ficer training in heavar'illf.;! ..
their sister and daughter. Mrs
PERSONAL PROPERTYSTOCKS B'.ount' of Tampa who is ill. Mrs Gentry' of Lake Geneva v 1 :r? I
I gone back to the hospital :r. J .-
W A. Saxon received word! acteri tii
W. { .<*nville for minor !,urserv: 629 Ford F-5'e like the above in
Monday night that his father. one took part 'e bd :,
A Saxon Sr., had died at Ft Mrs Elbert Feigert of :h1'! the gii-month, on-the-job Ford Truck Economy 1'I
i of the Palms has gone t. h.. nNAlRESClJS I Hun. For 3 of 4 the of oil and ti
: & RMSHINCJS.; luderdale. out cost gas, wrvice
Mr and Mrs Wilson May and side Hospital in Jark"I'i 'but not including fixed expense!, such w taxes, I

MACHINERY.: LIVESTOCK fa"..-'.y of Gainesville were Sunday !surgery. FORD TRUCK license, depreciation, etc.) was less than 3Ji 3: a mite! :

1 sr.-s'.s of their parents.: Mr and Maj E A. Timmons l' : '. See us NOW for a Ford F-5. Best deal in tuu.nl :oi

TRACTORS FARM EQUIPMENT Mrs H. May.! are guests of Mr;. T' I ECONOMY RUN I In tractor ,service F ird F hag S
[rs.T \ .' Now-up to 14% MORE gas savings .
f Mr. and
Et Cetera Miss Maggie John*m has the parents. (i C W I>: .1\1,11 Ib* Opuspeed ,naJ _
: YI "flu j liams. Maj Timmons :> .' -' Now Ford offers three all-new LOW-FRICTION truck ami.. r'rd h ;; models ICI.*- W

fit Mrs M C Hess and daughter 1 in Columbus. O and is :> d engines. New short-stroke design cut power-eating you D..Ul1w h.innf! frame .. tptclutth.

J. Anne are spending sometime at 30-day leave. fnction you save up to one gallon in seven! 134': \\> b lug\ 11' <(j>ronpCOMI .

Intangible Personal Property D. ytOI".3. Beach The March of Dime C >.:> Now FIVE great Ford Truck engines to chooafc from! ......' :;= ,.,:::; ..:, :::w..::..:.' '' I

Mrs May Sweeney, daughteiConnie. reports a heart-warming rep .
d5 THIS INCLUDES l STOCKS HONDS.MORTGAGES Mrs. Jessie Chaiiuin I from the community toward '.,.- IN-SII THIS lOOK TODAY! Men in
i 1 ota line of work drove their Ford Truck fOIDTlUCXSUULONGIlI!
ETC.r granddaughter Sue. andillo'X' I dinner planned for this can y.a la the big Economy Run This book shows Ullrl Utnl 'etfiirtcn, Si'i on S/X5JO. I
== Ruth Hammond were in Starke ; Thursday. January 29. the drwill /"f FORD TRUCKING COSTS LESS tinea kte i-.mi, tut tiytrti I'n F.Nvoutheirrummngcost.Compareseehaw
..r., 1rIKU "11'1'1' :
Monday evening. be served!! at the Wr.-r.ar. little it can cost You to run a Ford Truck! r.o.A.r.
Mrs G. P. Wadsworta is ill Club. All proceeds go to the fundas

:l., Truby ls..1t'.u a business I expenses are being taken care I

;.'S GENE LONG. rangMr caller in Gainesville Friday eve- I ibe of by donated individuals by and the the following-food will!! ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

and Mr3. Wiley Williamsonwere Chickens. anonymous donorFrenched
business callers in Jackson- green beans the Rotary

;a \Wednesday of last week. Club: Salad the Catholic: Club: Madison & Adams Sis. Phone 118 STARKE, FLORIDAcr.DFORD

I Mrs. J. D. McCu loch and son Scalloped potatoes'' pies and cakes ,




r.VGK MNFBaptist

'-'? .vvmmvm..vmvv 'vv..vvvtvnyVYYVvvn Port Ritchie for his: vi.it!:
Js Barn / : .
Humn Hugh Ingram pnm-pa! : '

s / i HEILBRONNb LAWTEYI\ School l here entertair..M!! ,>-... .-

-I. BY CLINT \ BONNERr Hi h St'hoolnth tho t" i ;:rceremonies

-,''>' \... ..:! .. > Marian NormanuAUUauaauuu.u. by II. I'utrhIAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 over hi> :e'i-v.s; -.
I, a- last TuesdayThe
Yo Yo contest a-'. '': '.'

Mr trd Mrs R L Morgan and Mr and Mrs Dar. Wainwrightand boys last Tuesday was '.\ v

Church Methodist Church Wonderful Words of Life family spent Sunday m Jack. )r.- family of Jacksonville and L Charles Prevatt.. CUrl TV. .t .-

vill- L. Wamwnght: and children: of the a lovely cup as prize Hl "t'

Looking Ahead in Training"will Anton Marco, former cmef baritone A Stricken Writer Mr and Mrs. Arson Titus and State Farm were guests of their contest last week when tv ;" "
Poverty Youth Turns Hymn
,I be the message by Rev. L. D. soloist for the San Carle- ; daughter Linda Gail of Fort McCoy I i parents Mr. and Mrs T. L. Wain- was a sweater. The contest .r- ?

Haine at the First Baptist of (Opera Company, will be the guest In ISIS a ragged little tea-year-aid boy walked Songs" for which his royalties ran more I were visiting relatives in this Wright last Sunday. the girls was won by Linda irt* \ *

Starke this Sunday morning and ,' :soloist at the First Methodist from his log cabin borne in the woods of Clear. than! JlO.Ow the boy who had once been denied i community during the weekend II i I Mr and Mrs. II E. Priest and The W. S C S mfO1 M'I"" \

is the third In the ixrlta of me.v';' (Church of Starke on Sunday morn field County. Pennsylvania. to the neighboring the luxury of hearing a piano wrote; I Little Bctby Lang of Starke 111,.* Loraine Pnest were attending II Hariey's last Tuesday
tows of Rome. He had basket
"Looking Ahad in January" brought a of
sages Ing. Jan. 25. at 11 o'clock. Since'his spent Friday night and Saturday the
Choir will j' berries to sell so that he might add a few pennies Sing them over again to me, I exercises at the Stephen
The Carol Jung | conversion, Mr Marco has' to those he 11 aa saying to buy a cheap Wonderful words of Life; !r, with Linda Norman. Foster Memorial last Sunday. CAHl OFWe 111.\\1\:
and the Church
the offertory hymn been doing evangelistic singing violin. Let me more of their beauty see, : Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green and The James Waters family from .

f'hoir will bring special music ,both in this country and overseas Walking the streets In search of a market Wonderful words of life. I family have mad several trips Maxville moved this week late wish to thank on. ,': "
friends bv'.h white .
directed by Mrs. L. A. Canova. Everyone is cordially invited tc for his berries the lad heard strangely beautiful Words of life and beauty to Jacksonville this past week the Griff home near the school and 'i.- i :.
Sunday evening at 7.30 the pastor music. He hurried toward the house from Teach me faith and duty; I the flowers, deeds of km.lne-s t'
also his father who is ill.
hear him. Mr. Marco will visiting Mr. Waters I is of Griffi-
will bring the message titled which the enchanting sound came. It must bea Beautiful words \oonderfuloords.. manger other p\prTs\ -. jM1TV :- \
at the Park of the Palms. Mr. 8.1drs.: Jimmje Gaskinsof Brothers
"When" and the piano-organ due sing piano, he thought, because his mother had Wonderful words of Life. I Store here We welcome tt'rt'd: :.sdrtr.cc: 'eI '

will lead the congregation in the Sunday afternoon Rev Thomas told him about the bound. The only instrument Tampa were visiting relativesin come them to our town. ,I. .\...... ". ,. I ........-

singing of requested hymns and G Mltehf'1I111 preach Sunday be had actually heard was a, flute he had whittled Christ, the blessed One gives to all this: community during the Mr and Mrs. Frank Veils i:i.' I fit: 'j" i sBeware- ,\ ." i .
"New from a cane. Wonderful words of Life. weekend. "
morning on the subject, daughter :Nina of Okeechobee were -
gospel: rhorufes during the Happy Life In Christ." Putting his basket on the steps, the boy ventured Sinner list to the loving call. Those on our sick list this week guests of Mrs. Effle Miner I.,--
Hour The Chapel Choir directedb to the open door. When the lady saw Wonderful words: of Life. Mrs. "
Leon Norman and
Sunday evening at 7:20: Mr. are Sunday. Coughs
will him she Bliss All freely given.
hiss Aliew Lawson sing abruptly sloped playing. Philip sa
Sunday School meets at 9:15: Mitchell will begin a series of related in later life that he begged the ladyto Wooing us to Heaven: G. L. Sapp. Edward L Massey left last Sunday

with P T. N'olin, nuperintendent.in evening sermons on "The neat! "please play some mon" Instead of being Beautiful words, wonderful vsorss.: I The home of Mrs. Willard Alvarez for Naples where he has a.-. From Common Colds

harge Training Unions Rathei tudes." He will preach on "The' accommodated he was ordered away and Wonderful: words of Life. I was completely demolished cepted employment. We wish th.Masseys .'
First Beatitude this Sunday scolded for making tracks on the porch with i by fire Wednesday night. The success their That HANG ON

at 6:15:I with tavern Outlaw. night Special music will be furnixhed his dusty feet. Sweetly echo the gospel call i' family was away at the time.Miss home m new CrcomuNion relieves rh'mr:1't':
directorMidw Before he died in a railroad wreck in his Wonderful words of Life; 'I'
the Youth Choir.At : Bell and Miss Thompson of it goes into the huuKhi.ii, aytcm to
-k services' weekly at by thirty-eighth year. Philip Bliss: was to write Offer pardon and peace to alt, the Children Bible Society were Leroy E. Springer of Atlantic help loox-n. mJ ('\1"1! 1 In !I..I<-n

7 30 Wednesday with the message many a song that ladies would be playing on Wonderful words of Life. City :N." J. was visiting his sestet phlegm and |111.1 n.1ln.; to ,,','Ih.' .m.t

b, the Pastor and praise and The Tabernacle pianos for generations. He usually! wroth his Jesus, only Saviour, visiting Heilbronn School Monday and brother-in-law Mr. and Mr heal taw. tender, infl.uncd t'ioiuhi.it;
time for all. ; own words to ats melodies, most of bu themes Sanctify forever; afternoon. membrane liuaranuvJ; ; ; pleiMWHI'
testimony A. F. Brown tart week Mr
being taken from sermons.As Beautiful words, wonderful words, or nionev refunded! v i uvin.iStnn; !! ha
A Bible Teacher (111',
A cordial Invitation ia extendedto and a "- editor of his highly popular "Gospel Wonderful words of Life. Two of the teachers were absent Springer was on his way to N.; \\ stood the U'N of million i.t t uvi
residents and visitors alike to tian Layman were guest speak I'
Monday, Mrs. Louise Crosby
loin in and enjoy thee TvlcfS at during the week-end at the ';n-n' '-: ness lr.9nl't>1 :Normal" and F.I CREOMULSIONProved
and Mrs. Mattie Ellis due to ill-
tne 'Irat Baptist of Stark.. Tabernacle, bringing message- ra don 5'.app"t'rE' substitutes Ihnel 1,000CtlI. CA.si: L."Jt A.,1t treaehu

plicable to these perilous :1.-

Dr. Horace Dean's mesaagr F-
Hampton BaptistA .
day night: was of special irt.-r.

cordial welcome awaits all to the young people and '.\ < .1 1

who attend the services at the rail to Evangelism for :111 !I'!

First Baptist Church Hampton, Dean is President of the 1'i 1111-1,! t bUuibuted tf XLuauated Feature. Elrmicgbam. AlaNoted ZJ:" ir L
this Sumlav llibl- School meets fur America Movement"Mr .T

AI 10 a m. and wt" invite you toht'lp Brown of J'11rk-"f.t\! !\- Radio Preacher And Teacher St. Mark's Episcopal

us b.-at the 113 attendance Palms spoke Sunday evening o>.. .
-\. K.mnonJ M.ullluin: r .
mark of last Sunday. There are the "Four Roadways", heist lig i

classes for every age and .a mo.itadequate out new thoughts In familiar Will Be First Speaker At Conference i :"ol'h.thdt' of 'ervtee.:

nursery. In the absence passage of Holy Writ ,| SUNDAYS

MI. the pastor Rev Alton Dobbs Scheduled for Febiliary are the Dr Martin R Dellaan noted -- | 91:1 am. Church School. 11 w

of Starke will speak at all services following speakers and teachers: : radio preacher and teacher of the am. Morning Prayer & Sermon;

You will not want to miss Sunday, Feb. 1, Dr. Jihn E Radio Bible Class on the Mutual sr I 6:30 p.m., Young People's Serv-

the inspiring and spirit-filled\ messages slier of Michigan. :Network" each Sunday will be thojvning ice League.

of this dynamic young man speaker in the forthcoming I HOLY COMMUNION
Monday. Feb. 9. Dr. J-hn MrNejll -
of Cod. B. T. U. will meet at 6:30: :" of Washington "Christ for Florida" conference II I 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday II I /

.. where again, training in j 7:30: a.m. iI
pm Wednesday, Feb. :25, A J at Park-of-the-Palm Keystone I I -
the Bible is emphasize! In a class Heights Feb. 18. j i FRIDAY _
Philippi of Toccoa Ga. _
for Evening F.vangells- I i 7:30: pm. Litany & Meditation.
every age
Dr. Deliaan maintains headquarters
Complete details of these services 1,' _
tic hour begins at 7:30: m. with 8 p.m Choir Rehearsal.
p I
will be announced later for this worldwide broadcast bal in over 100,000 _

n live, spirited song service under at Grand Rapids Mich. Priorto Florida homes models _
the direction of Mr. Louis Pre-
his entrance into
watt If you would like to attend First Christian ChurchCorner he was a medical doctor religious with work a OF LATTE1J DAY SAINTS i solve every problem

the services of our church ando d large practice.He j Services each Sunday in old Masonic : / t hew low-payment

not have transportation please Call & Christian Sts.SE'rvk..s will speak three time' .In 'T : Hall on E. Call St. Sunday 1 terms to fit any bud.

contact the pastor and a way will bring held temporarily Sunday. Feb. 1. bt'ginnmgwllh i: School 10 a.m., Sacrament Service get don't take chances with

he provided. I i j jOur I in American Legion Hall until worship services at 11 a. m At 6.30 p.m. Everyone welcome. : health and comfort see your _
new building is completed.
pastor Rev. nob Gray 3 p.m. Dr. Dellaan will addressa I I I Oil House Heating dealer, now!
Bible School, all ages, 10 a. m. ee .
will be in Miami preaching in revival great Radio Rally on the topic jJRf FREE: Booklet giving
Morning and Com

service for 8 days at the '' munion 11 a.Worship m. Subject: "Four the"Startling Second Signs Coming of the of Times Christ and Adding Machines ant portable I {t\} FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY lull deoteooeyftoridoI detoas--oi your it

Northwest Baptist Church where Things God Wants You to Know."j Typewriters>> sold on time.-Bradird I POWM & Com
His final message will be givenat )
Rev Homer Lindsay Jr. fa the Evening message 7:30 p m.: ;' 7:45 p. m. I'I County Telegraph. I pony offICe II
1 '"The Greatest "
pastor I Four Facts. I
Dr. Homer Uodeheaver. v\h
Christian Endeavor 6:30: p. m. I -
makes his winter home at Palat-
Mid-Week Prayer Service and denominational organization that
Church of God ka. will lead the music of the day r
i II Bible Study at parsonage. Wednesday has promoted nearly 250 citywide, .
i The week's conference will attract
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn.j 7:30: p. m.Re county-wide and other forms of
I' Christian workers and leaders
tn,*; Worship 11 am. Evening'' are very happy about the from united evangelism during the past
every part of Florida
Service 7:30: p.m. YPE Service large increase in our attendance ten years.
and all sessions will be open tc .
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet ;I I in both Bible School and Worship the public. Prominent Bible teachers and

ing 7:30: p.m. Thursday. '''St'n'jC''s.'t' are expecting many evangelists will be heard daily at
During the week it plannedto
1.tf'1 more this coming Lord's Day. is the conference which will be held

Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng We wish to announce that on launch a statewide evangelistic In the beautiful auditorium at
program affiliated with "Christ
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving Jan 25 at 6:30: we will meet with Park-of-the-Palm.s on Lake Brooklyn
for America", which is an inter
Saturday, 7:30: p.m. all the young people to organizethe near Keystone Heights.
i I il creates field all
Christian Endeavor. A filmof Presbyterian Men a its own .
Noted Baritone
Church of Christ
Bible study will be presented.We .
l Comer 10th and McMahon invite every young person tc Hold FellowshipFun Will Be HeardAt an entirely new kind of Chevroletto

Bible School-10 A. M. I be present and share in this won- Fest Wednesday ParkofPalmsAnton he
compared 'itllJtiultcl'IJl'icc(1
Preaching- A. M. and 7:3t' Jerful fellowship. There will be Members and guests of theStarke only "it
P M. for several yearsflr..t
two age J'r Prayer Meeting and Bibleeach Stud 1 baritone of the San Carlo cars !
illll 1.1: held a gala: evening of fun and fellowship Opera Co.,
Wednesday 7:30: P. M. upDonald will be the featured
I Wednesday in the Educa-
Everyone welcome. cViii.m; ; Minister :soloist at Park-of-the-Palms, Keystone
lion Building of the local church.
Heights on Sun-lay Jan. 25
truest of honor and speaker of
;. . at 3 p. m. in the mam aud1to ium.
the l'emng'a" Dr. :Steve Harem -
Marco has won international aI
i pastor of Southside Presbyterian -
acclaim for singing and has
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Church in Jacksonville. After performed -
in rrost of the major cap-
giving warm praise to the mem- K iuLd.yuw_
of the world. .
Starke Lf'r.hlp. declaring that the evening '
e-es eeee------,--------*--------------------- was one of the finest and Two years ago upon acceptanceof I'
the Christian faith Mr. Marco
KKY. l.KWIS 1IA1NKS.. PastorJtffersiin most successful in his memory Dr.

and Court Streets- The Heart of Town liamn gave an inspiratIOnal talk turned his attention to singing i i > .
the Gospel l hymns and is jim ending ,
Phones Office :2.11; I Pa torium 1.10: u. which he deftly blended good
NeNeeeeeNeeeNee Meese-eeeeeN eeeeee humor and rich human understanding a full year's concert tour of wswr
Central anil; South i|
America undet
Sunday Sermon: 11:00 A.M. 70::! P.". He especially commendedthe

Sunday School; !lli) I Ci;) A.M. Training: I'nion rl.:3 P.M. men for their part In theChurch's the auspices\ of the Latin American t +
Mission. Inc In March of this
Midweek Sersice Wednesday 7:30: P.". much improved programof he isolated c'Y
eeneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeen ee.eeeee eeen Meefeenl1larnini religious education worship year to begin a simi

: Bemire ".I.uukinht'ul in Training" > oath emphasis and fellowship.A lar tour of Europe, singing in the
bountiful dinner major cities of the Continent.ParkofshePalms .
prepared and
Kvening: Service "When?
sesved: by the PresbyterianVom- extends a
----*----------------------- ---ee --
n's Circle and cordial invitation to everyone interested -
the Men's Committee ,
on Refreshments added to in fine music to attend b
Phone :l'tJ l on Sunday :BOG; on WeekdaysPARK :he success of the evening this unusual meeting. 1 i I J x THE STRIKING( NEW bEt All 4-0001 SEGAN

During the business session. reports Also included on the program i tPRev. : / ,. (Casite.orari a dwwmtoif at HofiatJ eo o.o.lok.W tnuifmua M o4UvKratad ,. .<

fi., _t ,0 were heard from the Men's Kenneth Strachan. general ,

Committee on Youth Service director of the Latin American i I

r Worship and Spiritual Life, Men's Mission Inc., who will bring an I

Club Program and Fellowship in up-to-the-minute review of missionary -

I the Churl activity in Central and

I The following names for office South Airerica.

I were presented by the Nominating William Herzog. talented young

of thePALIMS if Committee. President Bill Jack pianist formerly with Jack Wyrtzen's Chevrolet

1 sonVe; President and ProgramChairman Word of Lire Hour from new sCI..ies

Claude Crowson; Secretary. New York City, will provide additional -
| Dr. R. D Hamilton. Treas-
musical treats and will
urer. Lester Crews: Projects Chair-

man, Alec Yawn.Assigned accompany Mr. Marco. I| .;
to the
Committee on I

Visitation and Enlistment to h"lp St. Edward's Church I .
1'lt'RS1' ; X TSANTON arrange the meeting were the following ? )le"eulinrf thn"' Jl'f'lt nr"sa. linps for 53

Men'i Club members: Guy Sunday Mass: at 9:15 a. m. 1
r-: Now, in the Bel Air series. Chevrolet cia) series. Sixteen models in all. provide
Andrews. Ben Holtzendorf. Jr.. J. Mass 7:30: am.
MARCO Weekday creates for IOU a new class of American a new Chevrolet for and
Y W Abel. Robert Humphries, Her- : Class Wed. 3.00 pm every buyer every
Baritone bert Green, Otto Stansbury, R G. Keystone Iletgttt4I'omen's r/ cars.fineness Here of is distinction' of appearance and need. All give you new high compression
appointments far beyond
Paterson. and F A. Scott. Club) anypower, greater gasoline mileage. A new
Formerly of San Carlo If thing in Chevrolet's field.
cs: Opt'fCompany .Also assLStmgith arrangements Sunday Mass 1st. 3rd. 5th Sun. f-- -- Powerglide! automatic transmission, and
The Bel Air series includes four models- *
+ JJ' lliuT1l/ for the meeting were the 11 a m. 2nd and 4th Sun. 8 a.m Power Steering are among the greatest
Herzog. AccompanistSUNDAY following members of the Publicity Confessions before all Masses. MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS 2-door and 4-door sedans sport coupe andconvertible. advances. Come in and see all the new features -

Committee: Claude Crowson J. 7:30 p.m. THAN ANY OTHER CAR! Twelve other models are in theTwoTen" that make Chevrolet for 53 entirely

R. Kite. Vincent St. John 'Lester De Lute and "One-Fifty" Spe new through and through!

25J -- 3 P.M. Crews. H V Knight. Barney Me- FE-YTECOSr.\L HOLINESSCIIURCII .'Jt.,4i .z Ul'1 :..;.",." ,f I'ttlpllLJ: ..:....u.- paw,. el a 11:.J ) e-
Rae and Fte.e v.per's4 o e.e'"T..T,. 4BJM-.J;Piw.pnal rri.ile is IJ aIdr i
George Stauffer.All i
A1.SO j
men of the church, their Sunday School 10 ajn.

families and guests, are cor&ally Morning Service; 11 a.m. ,Qtab: IlE"tIA r M' d'IjA/

REV. KENNETH STRACHAN invited to worship next Sunday.Jan Evening Service 7:30 p.m. I

_5. when the Presbyterian Prayer MeetingsVednesoa: ,

DIKECTOll Church will observe "Laymen's: :night 7:45: pm. Saturday nigh! TORODE CHEVROLET
-= .,. I.atinmerkan Miv ion Emphasis." Chaplain Leslie A.7-45 D m i

Shepherd has announced that his ward the Holy Ghost."
sermin s:.:bectill be "?eps To- The public u: welcome at the

worship services of the church. -


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--- _ _ nUD \\'. JANTARY_ _n IS__. IQ.\___'_"

wife her reported own for no that separate incomeof I; Annual FHAMeeting .:, Local Figures .. ::-c, 11" r..., :(, Rurfi-i \\.J..!I! l"KFC\! | :Ot-: \1. -ha--: V _
Dowling Begins jear. a,: iKU'B. De.aate: '
7. Dowling has offered no legal! On Forum PanelsThree suit You for are tlereby not.fied that a ,I Br Main L i' ..-b\ t. ;' -

excuses why his failure to deliver i! DuiTio and ohr, r..;.cf .

I Contempt Term to the Receiver said check. or Use locil persons: were fu- !' has been filed against y. .. [in the i :\OTIrE relIt: \Iti
TodayThe above named
thereof ., gre'et\; -lureI Court a.daUN and i il* """" l'_. '.. B....'..... t ..... _
proceeda was not in %< tured or. panel l r.isoussions at the !you are required serb e a upy of 1 Khrldai !. ( hairery

ontmu d fron. pag one lation of the clear m ndate 'of I H -fftr I., f. nda I': ;i. 't:t.,.... ',

the Order of June 13. 1952 and er',!>- pr..rr.oted to corporal :r. f.f.n: Ar.r.uai Bu. iness and m chlld n's work held at the AttorneyKU.r.da. 0. .IILifli 1-. :\(. rgan.fi ''t_c. T. *ppeif.
r ourt for failure to give information constituted Educational ;' ; ,.tl I\I.n:: : ..j" 'n> ::!. T. e.it.: (' ,.
I therefore a < on tempt ">' Marine: Corps reserve fighter Meeting of the FarmOwnersuip Jacksonville l YWCA last Friday i an-1, addii -- -

leading to confirmation of the of the Court on his part Sr: *j'.adron at the Jacksonville KASHi families purctasmg Taking part from here were: ; And file the origInal 'ii the offue r:.. ..'.: J'. -

fart that there was an Income dereliction by Dovding has *er.deff! .I'llls j! : one weekend a month at their farms through the Farmers ReS E Sparkv member Welfare "f the before Clerk then of the C- a-t C. url ..nor .ait You for ae I . ,'

'>IX refund due him. On appeal to prejudice. .embarrad; j -t; ". N'AS where specialized train. Home Administration will be held : Board. District Five' on the : da\. .-f Frt>rutrvotherwi : ,', ,' Di\i\ >r, .' .

by 'ertiorari to the Court ., .,' >r the ailrgaf., n" ,.f ad has been f \ _
SUPrer.e !truct the administration rig given to young men whcr. at the American Legion Hall in welfare pane!. H. P. Morgan county -; Complaint will b* taki n a> -I u-:: '

!rom said adjudication of conS in this case. and an.our--: liiiI ., '.j affiliate theaneelves with Starke on Friday. Jin. 23. begin; school superintendent. on the : teased by you. v r-.. r ,
This .
notice shall be puV-.i; \ ,, ,, ;
'" rnpt. certiorari was denied 8Mhng willful! and flagrant < o--. > .. --e.-e military unit. ning at 9:30: a.m. At th,< mating educational panel: and Or A. Y once aih week for four c- -, : : 't I'li!

ft.,..- was thereafter incar- the Order of this! Court results will be discussed fOr !iCovuigton. county health director, :i Telegraph titiecks :in the tadfrd .'. _n" ,

Crated in the rouniy Jail under The new Order. datf.i. -' .'< .,.. P v t Mallory the past year's operations with I on the health panel : Dated thi.S day of j .r.'"t'\ '' ,

ponaltv imposed by the court for concluded that: "As pur.:in' ..fO' "" 1If-flr F Sutvm, 'f-f. ., / 4'3 j "hopas Jr.. son of the 17 famhes who are purchasingtheir I Other attending the meetingfrom L' 10'1'1.\ >KAL: of the t'l.a Circuit, ,r- \ Court[)..tlhe.rk ai the Clerk t., : .... Ir v, .

- 4t.ntemat. for said contempt the defendant 't Mrand 'a), p s. 'I !L. vJ: "Ir- Mallory farm* through this AgencyIt here were Mrs hex Green I By Marun U Crosby P-pitv Clf-rk .- b.'fore th, '

:1 Dv order of Oct 27. 1652 W. E. Dowling. shall! b. in< (therwi.3 .1.. t ,

toe Court allowed Dowling tc cerated in the county jail of husband of Mm -utior.ed at Wild. L Curre.; County Supervisor of Mrs Martha Snellen. : TO irrem : iSrupi3in! : .. .
for the ful! Edith \\ IIK151 !. t c :.:1 i rien Germany 1 ft.1.. Ceart. Or* pur- himself of the contempt Bradford County. Fla also of Lawtey. recently the Starke Unit of the Farmers Mrs Eustis {d mght. Miss Clara H.rld. I. rk-nrer,. I n-: "- ,

,'hj'I J'f': and be released from jail term and period of six month at the Ordnance arrived _,_ II., pre; ent addreu Home Administration that these Leaman. and Mrs Cora Quattle-' W I i".!! ..' ,,'at. r- !';.ntniffTh t s ; once each week (t-. ,, ... \I- .
Replacement inia >
weeks in the Uridf .
Pvt. >rd rKraph \
bv Riving theltM'et'er a letter of unless he shall sooner purge him Training Center. Aberdeen Proving Mallory Farm Ownership families had increased baum. "Ih. :.N.. 'fl;II'::

authority to defendant' auditorin self hereof by paying to lloUa V : p_ Thomas. Jr. US- their I ,.,__ T.l'l'nll'- lu-.a v ;: -. .1" t ,
Grounds. Maryland where they -.2106393. H-S total cash income IIH hII' Ml* 377-\I. S I''-MtFl T T'lrln:a S \t ;. I' v iiI. .'-.- 'FI'I"I; ti I. -h \i i "
f&i kO.ulle) to allow inspection Knight as Receiver herein the mil undergo eight weeic \ Co., bv 51 per cent over and above 3i--I'. ;ig'.ib.-I' 57OO-l' -..lrn. and add! r" |11.! j : :\\rt\ +. Cirrk i>l thiI':"
,.f Dou ling's record Including prrxeed of aid check in the sum : of Army \. at X 173::: Armd. Inf. Ba.. 1951 This I'T iui.i I K.i 1--".i.l alIt .l'il\IL 1 1'1'! ,IIi: S'tt.i. <-hailr-n. >,-u-u: >'iro,. I llM. Ir.!. 1. C, -t.\ 1'0\,

i basic training. After that. they APO 46. care Postmaster Xew wa done through lit-- r.i. i: ."I'n i i-- I .,'hE" lin.i' I
opie! of inrome tax returns which (,f $4,23l2': ii will careful planning increased yield l>r.--- \e.", \ I li'. .in.l .Vlit .u iIi h.ri-t.y :, : (-.l that a
ii i receive specialized training in York. N" Y. ., SUIt f.T
teing >'h. IT' : > -i-.i 1 i.t-- -
defendant represented were i I'Tlt'E
an Ordnance per acre of crops and head of PiOIVf I!
i Corps Technical per :Ni: .- .d'% s : M..it th.Fl KLElTKIl'AI.
k.-pt for him by his auditor School. Army Cpl Robert L. Love livestock The records of these -r.da 1 ll.iilr.M.I .,",1 "I'uM.i t'tttiKx.4ttilM.r ha. beet' fed:! auain v .n :1-1 the ,
4 Upon presentation by the P..-- 3,000 Attend I i sonS II.-' t'.fll'ilI..j..T' .. 'Ii h. .1"-.''ItIal.on ah.-,* n.tn-pd "''Hllt :ai-.l .tn-r and .\pplianre! Krpairx
17 families also
of Mr Minnie M Love. Pa l.Starke reveal that crop of -IH.I| l '.mmis--!..!! t." >'ou are rrtii.red; In -. \ ra i- pv nf
reiver of the letter of authonttdefendant's Marine Pfc Charles K. Fuqua. was recently awarded the income increased 7 per cent and h"i.t. ami.til i Kx.tmm.-i will hol.1 % .ur an-tm ,-r or ptiadnK: ; to the us nu RT "1
allow |.ulili.' hrarintt- "JO: .\M Thur-- ronif.amt! on I Pt- I'Uintlffi
auditor refused to on of Mr
and Mrs. Sim Fuqua of I Good Conduct Medal for exemplary -i livestock increased 3 3-4 per cent d4. Janu.tr _"i: !Is:,.j.; in tht' 'ir-' AMornev' T Fr i k l.... drum IU.- \ our liailiu ami l\ 1lainI \.
inspection of the copy of tht REA Meeting Starke. is currently serving with i over and above 1951 i uit Court 1 ""r:1 m tti. .\1.11 tin.. ; Starke. FL.r.da
'ISM; income tax return b*< au.*- Schools Demonstration behavior efficiency and ('''Unit.' Court tI'u--. C.iiu-viH.> | sri file the .'tii .1.i d! ., M ,. r'.e| ? ( At .\ "m""Da"-! <
Troops' at fidelity while serving in Korea Currie also stated that the Florida tne i'l.'rkf the d!' : r ..ort, t>., (lUll I.. tUh': 'nl :o.1'n It I'
he aid.. defendant had nut paid I Quantico. Va. and took in iivrkn N e SI;;;-M' or before the
part family
I with the 2nd Inf Div. This dtvision average purchasing farm ..f Uaii .. ::" I.\ .f .
Morthan : )/)() gath- ,I im the iti| li. atioii \ > \ r 1 > :
him for his services in that connection persons the Inaugural Parade in Washing gamed fame in two of the I through the FlU paid an amount K"|Te-" At n> \ I loll for d'.nl.' "i1.-rmm I ise tl,.. ,<'ti. .f MId 1Rts

However, the plaintiff -r'd at Ketone' Heights Thurs ton Tuesday. lie was a member equal to $53 it- to ilii'oiititni H- ..ig.nrm: t'.oniplai will! le taheii .... vonfe-
hardest ahead of schedule .M.I. \
battles of \ ilik
fought the ed <\IO\'lItH
Iii Atlalilu i ""-< 1.1'1" K.ul- by you
d.tv. Jan 5, for the annual meeting
Honda Bank at Starke, otherwise of
a !specially selected provisional Korean'ar.. It Heartbreak :' during 1952 i road Cnnitam .t.I'| '.T at Ilat. This notice shall be put.ll-hed
learned that there was an of Clay Electric CoopE'rati'e.thp Marine Infantry battalion which captured These Farm loan thorn. Fla once earn. ,,'e-k .t'r four coni.ecu- 01 It NK1: : 101 USDAII.'i
In October 1951 Ownership li..eLre u... Sr.-\ I' ''\-f r vee* 11 The 'Bradford CountT
Ridge and
income tax refund actually due to huge RKA plant that serverrural I marched in the sixth division of are 1 per cent loans and are amortized On thr aiili.| .11" i of lUiilw.tv' T..I..cr'H'h. ) s.M.. TO i i. l P'1

)owling :'\n.1 made such showing customers in of 40 .
over a period
I I ye3.1'Pand it, t.. dl-t.ititiz.: its tK''in > at
,I.. the Court. A rule was thereupon ties. ] Band Fuqua enlisted in the joined the division lat May and at the rate the families paidin i lell Fl.'rdmI

issued on 'OV. 18.! 1952 Marshall! 0 \Vatkin-\ assistant Marines I I h.......' 'ui. ;('11>>-\ I'
last April He Waa: 'S ,,\n Ing a" a i. lalficatlIand! 1952 they will be able to pay tin the aiM'I'-i'i..'i ..r Kailua\

julring Dowling and hh wife to director of the Florida .\ n'ul. former stink manager or Ln\-U'I ,t"lglllllent ( lerk in the Unit. for their fanr in a little over 34Curne ; F.\pres April. \ In. for author! Deluxe in
should I it> I.) dl-.'""I.rIl'' its agt-nt > .u
show cause why they not tural! Extension Service was
year 1 I.l ,.1'....".-. K.i! ,.1.,. S

be enjoined from cashing said tc cipal speaker of the day and pnn.l BHS Cagers Off To Palatka/ Tonight; also pointed out that i 4 tti Ih,II.M' 011".10..I.el N atiiiii i, :;11..110..t-\K.nUv.it I' : everythingbut '

refund check and be required mendt-d Clay Electric: for ,
) In. for .iiilhui-
i -\r. -- \it n. >
turn it over to the Receiver.On growth that has been made in lht'largo..t while the total cash income increased 1 itv' I.. di-" >'otit'tiu>' its .tIC'-". > >>t prIce !

I Girls Take Williston In 56-44 Win in 1952. the 1 lr..ker. Fl..nd.t
farm r
the return day of the rule organization of its kind in operat Ilixkrlu.. 37IMI-M1

Nov 21, 1f 52. the defendants! appeared Florid with lO.!" ) members ing; expenses increased also. however On I himsi.i| |.li.-at u.n of Kailw.iv DEUXE ;

3,000) miles of line. two generating Tonight f iFridavi I the bo\'O;: .tin.! set shots from the side court Kxpre.K. ; -n. y. In for authot ( ooPER
by their counsel but they I the 17 families were still it> to li"imnu.i it- ...grn.al neWl colts
girls BUS basketball teams tra\e''! ,"e ire _
Next Kendri.
Tuesday night. fans will o'i'i1nd
were ill and unable to attend. plant and radio-equipped srv
able to show a net cash income of and la all O% ,
to Palatka for return I I M saul tntif l> > e nunetrd -
games;: and) have another chance to see this I Saves
ice trucks.
The court entered an Mill l I. '
thereupon part if.t f fivrn an oi|''utiruty flolran,
Order Dowling and his Saturday night the boys A and E sharp girls' team when Lake City $lTh 7.00. to be fully heard. i iWITNESS I Il'S Doubly
enjoining I lie pointed out that 17earf : th- hand of thr .:,,- '
squads go to Gainesville for return will be hf"l'eThe A and B The office of the Farmers Home .
boys .
st.ruc- $10.75
wife from endorsing or cashing i ago only 5.700 Florida farm. had utur -<'rrtar> of the Klorula agaInst Iturat
games with P. K Yonge at to St for an lUilroad and Public Utilities toliitiiisIin for 1tI
the check a.vl the hearing was electricity, but that today. thank squads go Augustine Administration in Starke coverssix this lt>th day t>{ Ja uaij > 1. {allure t

continued until further order of largely to RI- A. more' than J5000 Florida gym. EFC game the saTe night. i counties in Northeast Florida j, 1:*O:>. [\1\\ year a..a lii '- _ _
Before Christmas the iiiillinK I' Stanley.Kri'ltlr FOV
boys 2-
the court. I have current making possible easily 13\ failure pl '
and in addition to purchasingfarms i "retar* tn:
defeated Palatka boys 67-46. while It 1 :>Jniui aCCt
5. On Jan. 12. 19.:"3 the hearing modern conveniencesEarlier Lions Sell Brooms for SeeUSt1-
the girls likewise won handily. family-type operators.the ,_

was resumed and Dowling and his in thda) 4-H Club 42-37. P. K. Yonge's A squad To Pay For Sight Farmers Home Admmi>tiation < \ : 10 .41rKvit'In

wife testified before the Court in boys and giila from Clay. Brad also Production Subsistence Irruil ('uurt. II r ml ford ('uual,.
won 41-36 in a clo>e contest be. Aid I makes and Florida lit ('......-.r,.
Bubntance that shortly before ford and Alachua Counties staged II fore the holidays.Last ProgramA loans. and Housing loan : I 1': I' Laniinot Plaintiff v- MarI -

Dowling was released from Jail demonstrations in front of a I to eligibhe families. if they can I 1..i I"i..', 1 I'. tul; mi l. F. DINKINS
tax' Friday night the girls out film showing the development N
on Oct. 27. 1952. the income crowd gathered in a large tent show that they art- unable to obtain ,' >,.,,e.T,. .'ppesr.
did themselves in playing an exciting -j of the athletic program at the ,I
in was rereived -
refund question on the co-op ground credit from otherource
and that a few days laterat game and completely outclassed I State Puson at Raiford was the PHONE 7S STAKKE: n \
The conversion of a kerosene a good \VUhston the
some bank in a small town in team 56- mam item of entertainment on

Georgia the names of which : lamp to electricity was shown by II. The boys did not fare so well 'program at the Lions Club meeting -

Polly Ann Wait and Katherine however and !Buffered a 61-45 defeat -i Wednesday night. The film
neither could remembor, so
Harrell Brooker -*-H members at the hands of a scrappy. was shown by Herb Thomas. athletic
they claimed the check wasashe4l <
under the direction; of Home sharp-shooting five from \Villj-. program director at the pns'on. -
by them. but that the proeodH
Demonstration Agent Dorothy :' and showed the various ai tivi-
.' have Iwen completely spent ton.A
Iloss picked crowd attending the ties there including baseball foot
for family \living exjx'nse!'. I
Music during the morning was games agreed that the girls played ball and boxing
income tax I
6 Although the said
the furnished by Toby Dowdy and his their best game this season. and Tne Lions are now engaM -'t I' I/j4/ .
refund was based! upon joint
heated attendance contest Wit II im
hu wife Hi-1'omters. and at noon a luncheon some said in many a season
'. tuin of {)I\\ hug and
was served bthe ladies of Nancy Peterson. 6footVilliston club divided into two tears '1110'"

'or the war 1931: it clearly apHMI -urroumi- the captaincy of J. R. Wam\.\ i i'.11'
and Keystone; Height anti forward got her team off to a
; nom their teMimony and II. A Jr. At thf '
Bishop I" -
itself that ing: communities 6-0 lead early in the first period
of the ret'tin .
h.oi'.y ent time the Wainwright t tisix ,"1
: --' Th progiaiH.i; :\ airmail: 1 hi>\ h"fOflthe local could score. nut
I''I i IIIl'III11P ivportfiMnr, 1 ropnoMitftl points m the lead with the
IIf \\. Kalone :Mr I.IIY :'01lath I ; ('14% El.vi the Starke girLs were not ruffled
earning-s test slated to end next Vidnit.
n.i.itniuh! ahi' : i II, lOb (. t. 11"11.1! t Hiiii! A E iinl began to hit the' net with ac-
I '''% ling The losing aide. will enteru.i to ..
_____ f'ur.u \ They matched baskets. '
u ieed'Funds
winners. at a
-j_ -p:;: ,'. I th Wilh-ton throughout the first
for the Lions sii' 01"
'"II' \vvith Bradford gaining a 29-
I servation progiam are III":
Ji: l ', il,! :it halftime '
being raised by the sale of! "

T1I'I I 11 io of guards were on then which were made by blind .

1 Muoiighout} the game tint!I
I I in Florida. The brooms w::. -

.\ :t th the !six girls working and I '
I'1 Of good quality. are being '

i' I ;p'' .\ing: together.' Bradford pulled I' $1 50. with the profits goi-' _

... ..., .
:m from the visitors in the ,
XIUOs ml'\IUEU: ay the sight conservation fun ( -

:M A T T U E SSE S VII 'li.Ue, \U M....leUilm spiniid half! to achieve the ac- local club. -, -Q < -

or1.1.. KINDS ..iinnl.lr thir&e.. liunmolrrd claims and plaudits of earning a For the past several mo-:'
< II \-. 4 *lll:I'lll.ltll
K i K: N O V A TEn Tli.1 \\'. Cull 'i. Murky I'll. 2'tfl: well-deserved and muchde.iredviitory I Lions have been conducting .1 MUvey >

Agnes Lawson scored]i in the local school to d.I 1. l'.. -.
_, .\' \:XTII': l < ;: .Iii.ii.< nui.-e or 1"\
r fftIJ II. on-. I 1".1, I :i il I r.r K*'n.T.il :22: points for high. while Hazer I children with eyesight deft .' t't'J :

:'J:< Clllt> lt.Kl.IIH I'll'ii' Itospltjl.3tl asecond with 21. Peterson ol, It was found that some IT.I > 4: \LKIM.S ) 4
: \\1'0 \V I'all! St Star- *. Fla tfl'olt
fr '.: :.. h }/ VVilljston scored 27 of her team'I 1.10 tested needed some i, '

SVI.P: ," X H'x I';" k'.'fl take honors th, correction W-- \ e
to high for sight Of this
K N I IT LIREUriiphol'tcre'l : .
I-'t i. t. Itl I l k 1 IN.' t. h. ,'j'III\.r ,--- n _._
:M.nliiMi* .itnl '. ni..t I Iti .\.I- girls. Jimmy Cole BUS guard. it is believed the Lions \\i 1. \J '. .. '
[ and f.i.l i Kiii; II....riiiR. ., ,'''nii4iiv I'hiineM _4 u ,
to as-ist from 50 to 75 .
1t"fI"l..h.. if.rHIfle played a great game in controlling]; v ... _-_..- "
.. --
backboard.. purchase of glassesHeadquarters #
HXNT1MKS MXTTKE ('0. '. ....U. l'"rilii '\_ foithu -i/- ..- .j -:: ? / 'r-- --
\/ \ .. The girls also defeated' P K- < I IJ-! II '

Ito\ 230: I'abtUa FK & >Br..rzii.k !" Yonge by a score of 37-14 Tuesday sale is Broadway's servKf! .. __ \ .
... \ i''int- 1'I.tn.II.1 i l m>'1 well I on Temple Avenue. and th.. 5,4 J --- \ -
.. 6.
afternoon for number
-,1.l 1. .n i !i :"T t. .I. h LarB. r-r----"Y- \
I ir: j. n "II"". jit '. is urged to assist this '.: ---,- ''
: uiii'i >" 7' :l1\.t II e.ch.IIeI.Iere Paul Rivers chalked 18 point<: fi, -' ';" l :: ,
up ....
II VMM r. \ Oi KiiII.i ; : 1.-- -
,..1.211 ar'4rs oj .. ..... !/ -
: tlI IItU.'" l'uIii'I, I' .. ;.. ..1111I'n. to be high scorer for the boys wh: cause by purchasing a bmr. r ,1 I H ....-- ,.. -

-1.1-: I!.i\ Iii' 1-11'1 I.-t.'n. Fla. any member of the Lions r.
I h.. Oak IVni-k U edr.Ia, got off to a good start since th fV.-
.1.111. Lrh: I........' holidays but played in revera: It was announced Weil-, :
I'UOTKi'T Tom MiCfRITIESFireproof ; -
,: night that the club has m-------: .
Prteoto !e.-urity Boz form Friday night against Willis
I UriHJKT-MIMTl: : : Una.' .
.01 KitRiaxi'tl Ur.l.l.iif Ian lilt. beautiful large. he.i\y duty steel 1 final payment on its Water >:' : .

", on fin rag- i"itmt 1'\.r. box $10 IS plus las Bradford ton.The "Den," and satisfaction It: ...
lilt Hi Lird.d''J"t) County Telegraph ti locals held a 14-11 advan
has; been ..
tf gage filed In th .
I r&lh : tage at the end of the first period
Foil RKXT-IV-.ial.e! ;3 room nicely [ offiie :hi- weok A in.." I'
UCIMIu'triii: i furnished apartment. NVu Outherm but saw it slip away gradual) I ,
\ .1 '* ainl mail I ....\.il-. :\Ial.1 r..- heater Klectri.Kiuhen in the second quarter when thWilUston < burr.ir.i: ert'niOnw111. t>e !r.. '\0 cIII" '''p 4

\ r 450: 4k.. Snd $1 tr In'lru.-' Take left (ratted road *t fall St : thi' near fituieBowling
; ,.". 1.t-\UlI.:: W.t"II1.1': bridge 1 mile to m> sign on lefi t lads hit their long shot: _
.iI" I. :li!.1t Mde of road Mr.. ,'.'1'1 \\.It. to control the backboards
; began
Apartment. Ut 1 Hox --t'. tl: WITH A.
t i. -I|: =< \1.K-U :a.-r..* plus shack. 3 I S
.' .. ,..utb 'f ll\r" "n Ki'yst"ne }:1
FOR REXT- 1r..nl ralun. Hath.r..tric..ralor Maxie Fant of Williston playeda Teams fl1
1\\. his, highway MaId me an >(- -'
i.i I. A J. Thomas Jr.. AgtnttrlK ". rr and Mo\e, hot Tinrhiirit witer gas'"alim h'at-. good floor game and scored 17 ; T H R Il t G

I t) Krvslonf IlIeh" l'h.ne 17 U point Billy Weaver scored 1pomt ? Tied For Lead I :

s \X{) \VOMKX on make K->.I 1-1. lip 1 SOAWXINOS. -. hitting for 7 baskets all cv
.',..y .|iar. time l>oobtiti!;: or '
(; "..r.1.Hl.nl1') \\ "rk
ttmasinx S> .'h'h.III"ill'*' and cabinet maWing. .41-.. painting IX-v M ::1! .I- i :M!.mntena.! .. N f
.t.s. that .. and repair wnuk Pr'e. to suit Anthony public relations directorof \\ l'h .a reio-,1 of 11 \vi--. 7 _
ural mail l > ur |vur e I'onHot P 1.. H -nt >nieneral : LL
I H I 'u.Nunibri s Kr. i nr Want> 1'\I'.rr. M-i'Wr. Fit the' co-op los>e-. \\ere leading in th. h.- a-.tT
Xo investment kelllMC ex-
'. n,'" required It a pleaxautrr 311' I II ." At the brief morning business phrevg Cold Bowling Tout,,. ';:

"tn>K J"" Free SjirvniHH, UKHK: : IXTKIlK-xTKH; : in ..Ktjinlitg session the co-op members reelected at the close of lateek' -:'v r I
\\rite IVrmanent Sign .
.t-ht .\' S llIIlat'.ol.I"11 a certifiedla-- X \t. M 'r or nine trustees who. in turn. ranking team was Wet Mill .Ma! .; /

\ :u t..hg I '" I t'iaio.>orar>'V ,, t lt1.'i 1'! ,.nlo-.h.I". :hi% >\\i.rtmanentwork t.r I'I'I- re-named all officers for the com :, tenance with a 10rN'ord Engineering ]1r. <-. H'tlii
'It i U.ST-.lffl.-.* ->,..r Hat Kuai tnterxvw.Pho-Hiii hxT:hre\T H. t'd<-n "\i',:-r-:-; ing year R R. Andrews of New :: was !n fourth !.',I.'t' headlinf "Jr (..r "li" It'tlii.in.( .>hi!.. jll-ne\ :Nijwr" "!iH"with} an e'm-it. /

,rf St''rr. I'hou 11 or 1"-" poratior. ItvlmF River is the trustee from this': with 11 won and 10 lost.
tf ing nen l lim'up of"j>ov,pr" fiaturt"I! mazniftrent nm "I'-fkti" lnt.np
i M R Baggett holds the ,- J,
'K \l.F-Tii wheel lueuaiteroller. county. I :e or< '
.xl' Itrd .amV. !. 'e r.\: .I.Kinder., kelit. 4x7 t I..H> wth! 4 footheigLt Total assets of Clay Electric for best individual game to date! I ; ; ; Ligher-pouereJ, hgher-eompre-.sion hiher-voItae::: "UOI L.rt" 5
n4a "t.
I 4. U ) .Mdr \'. ..
:'U.W. Mrt'.nki't :X. . ,.It.IC"! call '''' $1J.: :. See \I ( ; W.I.! alan : 'hr'I.' amount to $.415.413 14. accordingto score 197 A Greer Engml't'U': a a

Parioniii"; i'hi >,.I'.4n1 n"Ar the report of Manager A. G is credited with best thrt'e- amf ?
Cull !lip peJal for safer faster, Vfc easier etop- New I'mirr Szblingfor, brilliant '
\\ \NTKI: >-r .-*d Plan.. fo "raman''f' Loudon. including the electric total. 459.: Glen Wade. hi2n..sl, GtslUDFORD

.. xt.irke M l)t"|'t Tall Fir..t Mr.hap.. Shirl.f...t 'hur.l'.l'-t h. \LF.saf.W \ T.I\-: A\ hat 4reyour pb.r.taueJ at $ and average number of strikes :267 new beauty! G." I'uuer Swjng to help you park turn and maneuver AND A NEW E I 1953 9

M ="1.J.. lip pLans P.ii-mf--fo- I-,;-* hard A It.\I,JIlawlelgh > J.ViySol worth of constructionnow C. J. Fendnck highest avenge "ith S:)% !ka effort'etC! Pouvr-RUe Chassis for new smoothness amiroadlbiL'tj ) '

3rra Iteat Opening Urartu li..'al'nte !> in prosress. number of spares 4 33 and Gler Dr'ue'! "
: Car
Frigidaire mJi !
*= Ifydra-Matlc Super onin2.- D
I. HI IUXT-.llr hinlr. --r: turni-h- \\ ..t ..n.e t. naIl Irq: tI" !VitFAA 1HE11H I
< ->a .. IVunng: the past: year new sub- Wade best individual K T
Ii..lir. 3 lll.K'W I'o'M i I. average tc
_ "t -%70-254:: )f..ml'hl"! TeniFOR *
Luxurious 11m'irtrerir..rs! Sew
.. Autronic.Eye instrument Plus n I
' FA 0 with inm1 h.t* \ < >l Mr" 'tl' :!7 .otations were installed at Bland.Ratford. date. 14- .
Sr.. 17V.. j',.!'
1J IV.telinu 'HlC
Ie:5! tI.fle 113-J. lithg.UJRegstert Palatka.: and Proctor. the JJtt selection of colors inside and out, in OI'J=raoLiIe biston. -
RF.XT-\.tra.'I\.h' furni-h-d hjrrn\ Litmteq to If' ,

! ::: .:. .K\ .V .&UIi bull.Kvi.ni .:3 Vntral t..llrhllll bra I..*ke h-flr fr. ">nt 7. Mr.ottate> K">- with 75 miles of 33.Ol o.volt trans. w.C.T.u. All in all, it's the DIG FEATURE" tar of the tear Super .
------ tltllk itv. frOrM ll.mpfthUt' caid 1t, \\f mission lire connecting the Keystone I.IQnm) Ix Ql K KF.U.: ."SS** Old smo Lit'<-* 19S3! It's on display 1 in our sbonroomQpntn to.Li.. S to I ignition pacitjr IOf7U.'J\.
It.hen*. J li: \\hit.. 't: !. "\ Heights and \Voythiztstorplants b.> it new l.-volt electrical *> teia.PHONE
Starkr !..t.. .." )HIJ > THE CI1.KIlt.: '
: t > .
-- :'Ttt \.t-I\-I II.t II.'c. "'wn. r 1'.1" with these substationsThis I.\ \ u tart ml
;::t;; iti 1' I oft have )-> idr":;.l\ .:It; ;.ir.it ;un* FINISH: YOn C\I: XUTIItJI'KK. L\f'
Qii: t.r ad and b""I See \\ T J.u :\. K- month construction wa- : -- NEW 1953 OLDSMOBILES NOW ON DISPLAY AT YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER'S
I. 'It ::.\,_ -t.I.1 ns I I.t. ;;t' ; -,' lip TO f.FXRD AOX1NMMXK.
started on two additional units tc
ticfi52rit3 ttty watrr and >. ..er .n l.>l BIT
>eoial prior fur quu3 s>.l* Applyrhr .TEX ACHES t'>IF 1>\M: > and h..u.-... be installed at Worthington CO.
aa rtrss Hatch Storr. <;rand St.. heiwten -' ftorth-n.t""I..f Slirk.Al. 'It Springs generating plar.t. adding L1QFOU1LL FIX1MI n; TORODE CHEVROLET

Iftth nd llth $ts. Up |i.0 will finish it. Will >..11 l for QlIChKR: IF YOU DRIXlXiTF.R
approximately' !.&)O K\V of additional

.A I5.SM Oontact <5 I_ Ker v lt. .
\.Is..l FibK SAI.K;::ii. do*. ur :. Starke. PU. or write E U An- making total of : U\: \"ISG TilE RXH. STARKE FLA.
power. a
. ..
da f'r il MJ > J. H. Fi..' K.n. ss:'- \ -vtonjl Kaih.ri (THE: XMEKICX.V Ix>FF.i:, 111 ,
Up !1p213 5.000( KW at this pb t.