Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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d': Two women were widowed and Alachua General
r tag I Hospital for I his family resided in one of the
.tx small children left fatherlessas treatment. Nollman
I cottages.
2 a result of a terrific collision
1y i tY was driving back toward
f e ( ve miles west of Starke on State Starke in a 1948 Ford while Gro Adding to the weekend toll was

} Road 100 about 4:30 a.m., Jan 1. mack was headed another tragic accident occuring
west in 53
early in the
cs The spectacular smash-up was Cadillac. Both cars evening of Dec. 31 be-
Bradford County's contribution to wrecked: in the collision. tween LaCrosse and Brooker. This
the nationwide toll of one cost the lives of Ury Reddish.
holiday I Skid marks on the roadway and
mphway tragedies, the highestever photogrrjrfis taken at the scene Bradford County farmer
recorded. and Robert G. Perdue, 42 of
by Deputy Cecil Sewell indicate j. Raiford.
Dead were: that Taylor's .
car was on the
Leroy Eugene Taylor, 24, of wrong side of the road at the' time j The accident involved only the 1

tree employed as a warehouse- the accident occurred. I i,truck in which the two men were

min: by the State Improvement The riding and. since
young man's wife told investigating there were no I
fnmmission at Camp Standing;; officers that she was witnesses investigating officers
Alex B. Gromack 38, resident with her husband until about mid
can only speculate that the truck
111' Chicago who was returning night, but that she then went went out of
me with his family from a I home while he went off to con- curve and control on a sharp
overturned. Both
Florida! vacation. tinue men
celebrating the
New Year.
were thrown from

.. -. .....-. ; """ c.: Injured were Gromack's wife He was alone at the time of the They were rushed the to Alachua vehicle.
Mary, 36 and three children: collision.
Hospital, but Perdue
(Photos by Cecil Sewell Montage by The Telegraph) Mary Ann, 15; Tommy, 10; and Taylor is the father of one child.]dead on arrival and Reddish died was

Alex, 14. They were carried to and stepfather of two. He ,".
u___ an .about 4:30 a.m.. Jan. 1.

Single First Monday In The--New Year- --


Copy lUf Brings Busy Times To CourthouseAfter

,. a holiday lull, business came back with a bang to the Bradford -

Official County Publication Established In 1879MSVENTVFIVE I Iv. County courthouse on the first Monday of the new year and

every office was bustling with activity, as shown in photos below.
\ .. ..u; ",:..uU' FLORIDA t'KJDAy, JANUARY 8, 1954 NUMBER T\\'& TY-SIX

Zoning Board And Council To f Meet I Post Office Scores 'Hear Miss'If Renfroe Elected Chairman Of Board 0

the Starke pos office had .lust total $40,000 for first class ,
( sold $4 8 73 more in stamps d :i'- 'a.tus. Part of the gain was at- i
Tuesday Night To{} Begin Planning ing 1953 it would have climbed tr.buted; to increased postal rates j! As Commissioners Reorganize Monday

tacK to the status of a first cla-s ,I The total on deposit :here In' ,

( office which it enjoyed during the postal showed a ,
The City Council and the City they stand ready to be of service I savings i! Leon A. Renfroe, commissioner Joe Lee was re-appointed as
Camp Blanding era. d > the
As of Dec.
Zoning COr.lmitteeill: get to- to communities in helping to set i I' jp year. from District Two (North Starke), I caretaker of the courthouse anti
Total receipts in 1953 were 21 1952 the total was $235,740 00.
ge:her in a sort of exploratory UT:> planningprograms looking to i was elected chairman of the Boardof gronnds.
$39,541.27, a substantial gain over The Dec. 31, 1953 total was $2t31952's ,-
meeting: at the city hall next Tues- the orderly growth and develop- total of 3730923. Receipts 871.00. County Commissioners at their After the reorganization matters
day night. Purpose of the meet- ment of the community. i leorgamzation meeting here Monday were taken care of, the board helda
ing Is to learn the how, whys and Chairman Thomas, commenting' morning. He has been a public hearing on the closing of

wherefores of city planning and i Forestry Demonstration Here Jan. 22Plans member of the board for three a certain north-south public road -
on the coming meeting, said that'I i
tart the ball rolling on a zoning i years. that skirts the Clay County line
plan for Starke. he had contacted the various civic j i; Elected as vice chairman was east of Lawtey.

William T. Arnett Dean of theCollege organizations and the Chamber of i iI I are being completed for saws, and fire control equipment. H. :A. (Buddy I Bishop, commissioner Two Lawtey property owners

of Architecture. University: Commerce and had asked them to c forestry demonstration to be I Cooperating with the Seaboardn from District Three. that would be affected by the

of Florida, has accepted the invitation .appoint representative committees !: held on State property located this program are J. Frank Lee, Mr. Renfroe succeeds M. O. Har- closing of the road appeared before -

of A. J. Thomas Sr., to attend the meeting next week. north of theStarke farmer's mar- District Forester, Florida Forest rellof; District Five (Brooker, New the board. They were C. ,

chairman of the zoning committee, Mr. Thomas said that it was a ket on Highway 301 on Friday Service, Lake City; Tony Jansen, River), who, after turning the Carter and D. A. Jones. F./j

to be present at the meeting.In big job confronting the zoning Jan. 22, it was announced this Assistant Extension Forester. Ex- chair over to Clerk Charles Dar- W. D. Jones, representing the ,

a letter to Thomas Arnett committee a job "equally as large week by Robert N. Hoskins Industrial "ension Service Gainesville; J. G. by, announced his retirement from i du Pont Company, assured the County Commissioners began their: busy day by reorganizing for

said that he would probably bring for a small city as for a big city," Forestery, Seaboard Mr Smith District Supervisor of Vo- the chairmanship. property owners that they -vould 1954. Leon L Renfroe. new chairman of the board (renter) Is shown

Btver&l of hia staff members with and that he and his committee Line Railroad Company. This cational Agriculture, Gainesville; I Mr. HarreU said that though he be allowed use of the road in here being: congratulated by Malcolm O. HarreU (left), retiring chairman .

him and suggested an informal! I wanted to know what it was all meeting is open to the public. Representative Doyle Conner of had held the position for 11 consecutive question until such time as another as vice chairman II. A. Bishop, Jr. looks on at right Seated

meeting, open questions.. He about before they started anything.He The program will feature discussions tarke; Kenneth Pomeroy, Southeastern -' years he felt that all the road could be built to replace the (left to right) are clerk of the court, Chas A. Darby, and commU-
said that the University was not said that he hoped representative and demonstrations in Forest Experiment Sta- other board members were equally one closed. He said that he would stoners
J C. Prevatt and Jessie R. Chastain.
prepared at this time to make groups and all interested: individuals timber stand improvement, fence I Eton, Lake City; George Huggins, qualified for the chairmanship. He have E C. Weichel of the Hum-

community plans, draft ordinances would be present at the nost treatment. the use of chemical '. County Agent, Bradford County; expressed his apreciation to the phreys Gold Corp. supply letters to __'!!II
Of da dHOled work} of this i kind; I'I exploratory: meeting next Tue- I I I' stimulation as an aid to more 1\Pel VR, Ferguson vocational other board members for the cooperation that effect.

but to the limit of their facilities,I daynight 'at 7:30, in the city hall. efficient production of gum navalI agriculture teacher of Starke. Mr. and consideration shown 'Thi Lawtey property owners

,I i stores, mechanical tree planters.:Ferguson Is serving as general him and asked that his name not having expressed satisfaction with

Funeral ''portable power chain and circular program Chairman. I be placed in nomination for the this arrangement, the board passed .
March Of Dimes po. t>t chairman He then placed a resolution closing the road. I

Rites ;'Mr. Kenfroe's name in nominationfor Other matters taken up by the
Ury Reddish iGolf Course Meet i Wednesday; the chairmanship, and Renfroewas board included: '

Is Shaping ForMrs.V/hite,91 duly elected. Approval of a list of Confederate
Urjr Reddish 63 a farmer and | Harrell's record of 11 consecutive pensioners in Bradford County

lifelong resident of Bradford Set For Jan. 14 : years as chairman is probably (There were two on this list). t'a

B. Finger, chairman of the 1951 County, was buried Sunday afternoon ;I '! Pioneer ResidentMrs. I the longest tenure ever served by Taking under advisement a pe -
March of Dimes in Bradford Coun- I' in Dyal Cemetery after services any chairman of the board in Brad tition, signed by various property -

ty, states that the organization of !, by the Rev. Wilson at the :1 A meeting for the purpose: of j Noble Ray White 91, long- ford County. During this time he owners, for hard surfacing a

the drive is almost perfected and Raiford Baptist Church. Mr. Red- discussing plans for a proposed time, beloved resident and ardent commanded the respect and confidence farm-to-market road in the north

will get into full swing within the I dish died last Friday morning in I,golf course for Starke and vicinity I church worker of Starke, died I of his fellow board members west part of the county.

next few days. Akchua General Hospital, Gainesville and the public for his fair Approval of bonds for county of
I will be held in the courthouse
Monday at the home of her son, 4
Pinzer said that Mrs. Ed Tenly! the victim of an automobile (and courteous conduct In the chair. ficials.

has agar; accepted chairmanship accident. Thursday night, Jan. 14, at 81 i George C. White, auditor and :Mr. Harrell has served as a county Drawing up and approving cir- x

cf the very imnortant Mother's I I I Mr. Reddish was born in Brad- !o'clock. i chief clerk for the City of Talla- commissioner for 14 years. cuit court jury lists. v"I

March phase of the drive, and that; ford County, August 10, 1888, the :' The movement to have a golf hassee. She had been in fa:ling I Upon assuming his duties as the I Voting to contribute $100 to the III

he will announce next week a I on of the late William' and Mary course constructed and maintained "health for some time. II new chairman, Mr. Renfroe thanked I Chamber of Commerce toward defraying (

chairman for the annual fundraising -, Andrews Reddish He was a here is being headed by the I Mrs. White was born in St. the board members for their the expense of setting up I I

ball to be held the last of member of the Raiford Baptist i up Joseph, Missouri during the Ci"111 j!confidence in him and expressed a a Bradford County exhibit at the : The office of Tax Collector J. R
Kelly experienced
local Jaycee chapter with the cooperation an unexpectedrush
the month. i State .
Church. I War period, April 25, 1862. Her desire for a constructiva year in Fair in Tampa.
Bradford I I when earl j birds lined up to bay their new 19M ante license tag*,
County's drive of interested individuals
grossed 1 SurSurvivingre his |:parents were the late Richard and | administration of the affairs of Discussion of the county's possible
Snore than (1,400 last year Finis wife. Viola .rn1 organizations. Much prehmi-l:Cassandra Farrow with the county. Keily reports that first day sales this year were 50 per cent better
Ray, participation in
Rtalsbv Reddish a mosquito
said, and he hopes to exceed that : four daughters nary work has already been done, 'whom she Florida I' "I control I than In 1932 (241 ftol.t Monday as against 157 on the first day last
u"!'*. Msriorie Gouvt rt. San Francisco came to whilestill appreciate the honor and program wherein the state ,
amount this year. I I ''and prospects look favorable, the ;! would contribute I year). Photo shows Kelly waiting on earlcomers II. C. Douglas. Mrs.
; Mrs. Doris Ballerim. Calif- a girl. |privilege of serving as your chairman 75 cents for
I Jaycees say. i iI i J. G. Caldwell, and Gus \Vynn.
jnrnia: Mrs. Lois Fletcher and She was the wulaw of the late I I : Renfroe said, "and I hope ,. every dollar advanced by the
'Feast Of Lights' M -s. Margaret Fitzsimmons. both I Ail interested persons are urged'to I J. W. White of Starke and resided this will be the best year ever for county for such purposes. The

To Be ObservedAt of Jacksonville: two sons Carl ; aLUnd this import n. meeting here for 57 years before going: the board." State Board of Health is to makea

St. Mark'sThe d'sh, Bayard: three brothers, City i Hall To Stay br of the First Methodist Church, I decided to combine the offices o ty's needs in the way of drainage

i Draw.Reddish Stnrke. Willie Red 'I I i Open During Noon (I Ii serving as secretary for many county attorney and county prose ditches, etc.Advising .

Young People's ServicelA''I dish Lawtev. ani Raiford Red I years of the Missionary Society cuting attorney and appointed H. Mrs. Marian Crosby

''e of St. Mark's Episcopal I dish, Rn'fo'dfour! : sis'e-s. Mrs I Ii I I i Hour, Clerk Says and teaching a Sunday School j I V. Knight to that position.By supervisor of registration, that
church will have their annual taura class until four unanimous vote the boarddispensed registration books
i I Andrews Starke Mrs. Lillie up years ago. should be open-
Fniphany s.rvlce, "The Feast- of ,('ore. Prooker. Mrs. Alice Ed- '': City Clerk Carl Johns has an- I Besides her son, George, she is !! with the office of county 1- ed in all precincts for a 30-day'

Lights"/ Sundiv evening at 7:30: ward Brooker. and Mrs. Bessie nounced that beginning next week survived by another son, Olin W I jiVTiite j physician.It period for registration purposes. I .I.Ir

o'clock in the church. i 'Sapp, Raiford. .1 i! his office in the city hall will remain -!j, : of Starke: one grandson, was decided that formal reAuthorization ,
Th's candMifht service depictsthe Pall bearers were Hogan/ Smith. :i! open during the noon hour,three granddaughters, five great :appointment of the road supervisor the clerk and chairman -
lirht of Christ m given to : to accommodate who : was and R. E. to
"nssell Carter. Tulley Norman.LQnzie i I i persons can-1!grandchildren; and a nephew Rev : unnecessary investigate the possible
the people through the chnrch. Norman. Jack Cason and '.".ot transact their businssit :,Laurie G. Ray of Tampa. 'Jones was retained in that position ( rental-purchase of a secondhanddirt

Each: member In the congelationl Joe Cason. i the city at any other time. I Funeral services were held in loader.
eivr*> ii
thtvv tn b- taken homelioMM I whose own business hours coin morning at 11 o'clock with the Rites Held

to bring the light of Christ I Recent Births |I, tided with those of the city hall, :pastor, Rev.: Thomas G. Mitchell, NormanVon'tRun\ Sunday ..

Into the l nm-. 'I and that the noon hour was the officiating, assisted by the Rev.
For Leon E.
Th- oublic is cordially invited to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson, inlv time they could take care of:Mr. Ray. Interment was in the TaylorFuneral

attend. '''the Jr. of Jfarangansett. R. I. announce business at the city hall. i I family plot in Crosby Lake Ceme- For ReelectionJ. I Tax A<-*er.-or Gene Long and office asshtaot'alerla Shuford were
birth of !
a daughter Mary i With the exception of remaining tery with the DeWitt C. Jones services were held Sun-I busy putting the finishing touches on homestead exemption notices

Recent Birth: : Alice, on Dec. 21.. \omen during the noon hour, the :Funeral Home in charge of ar- day afternoon for Leon Eugene i with the newly installed Graphotype and Addressograph equipment
... i ii S. Norman, longtime memberof Taylor, 24, who
clerk's office hours was killed in I
i city willThese rangements. an that will make this job more systematic than in the past. Long reported
Mr and Mrs. J. B. Rosier ofPal&tka Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy>> are I main unchanged, Johns Active pallbearers were L. A. the Bradford County Board of lutomobile accident west of I a steady stream of homeowners claiming

formerly of Starke announce ;: receiving congratulations on the hours are from nine until five Canova, E. L. Matthews, H. V. Public Instruction, has announced Starke, early last Friday morning. exemption on the
that he I first day of the 'earPolaroid l-ilinut Photo by the ?
the birth of a dau h*.r birth of a daughter June Elle n. o'clock, except on Thursdays and Knight K. G. Duncan Carl Johns, will not be a candidatefor The services, conducted by Rev. TeleJ'apb-

Anita June. Dire Rosier is the on Dec. 30 in Alachua General Saturdays when the clerk's office and Francis Bridges of Tallahas_ re-election in the spring pri- i Lewis D. Haines were held in !I II

former Doris Silcox. Hospital closes at noon i see. i maries. I the DeWitt C. Jones chapel here. I II

I I i I Mr. Norman who has been a I Burial was in Waycross, Ga. Well. W ell
member of the board i
for 14
Police Will |i years Taylor a World War H veteran .
Newly Elected Officials Take Office At Lawtey Collect I and its chairman for seven Raid was born in Brunswick, Ga.,, .
that he does not
feel that his
I Delinquent Fees
August 29, 1929. He
I was a member
,,' -;: .-',.$' .. :."". health will permit him to serve an- : of the Baptist Church Hollis V. Knight, local attorney'| -town to avoid
-' "'- :.. '.'<.,.,.' -. From Businesses other term.Truman and being scalped by
: 'I.:II' 't. ..(' -'''I.r" ;. I ",. i had for; rly been employed in the I tells this hunting story with a new the thorny vines. .
p 'T'J : Norman, at the same meat department at Lovett's. twist. Up to now it is untopped
+ \ -, After Jan. 15 delinquent city!time announced that he will be a I but then there are still several Suddenly, the front end of the
t .1t >.'ipaton1.llict'nses will be turned j candidate for the Distill One Surviving Taylor are his par- weeks ieep began to sink, as if heading
r remaining in the current
f > '>r to police for delivery and :, (Lawtey I post to be vacated by his "nts. Harley and Bertha Bullard into a ditch. The only differencewas
; and these Bradford
season County
f 3 ''ection! City Clerk Carl Johns ,;I father. He will make a formal announcement Taylor; his wife, Ruth, of this I. that it didn't stop sinking.
; announced this week j at a later date. 11 I city; a daughter, Shelia Ruth; I j nimrods do get around so no I Dogs, guns, and boxes of shells
: telling what will turn (
or as
These licenses were due last i, 1 I two stt'pdaughters1ckie Gale up .stored in the rear of the jeep, began -
i in the present case) turn down j
-i 1, Johns said. and it is the I!and Annette Thomas; three -I showering down on Thomson

general policy of the city to sende Roy A. Gustaf son \:!:brothers, Edward Taylor Way. i'i'i 'or even, mayhap, turnover! I.i and Knight. and the jeep finally
!i i I
polve around to collect them cross Ga., Robert and James Tay-i Knight and two hunting companions I came to rest nose down at the

4 titer they are delinquent a certain'' AtPark-of-Palms |i lar, Screven Ga.; and two sisters, one of whom was BID bottom of an abandoned well.

a eneth of time \ ,,1'Miss Shelby Jean Taylor, Screven, Thomson, son-in-law of the F. F. I
Lucidly the wide
I of the
{ Ga., and Mrs. Stumps of Starke had been quail
Geraldine Harris
"There will he ,
no penalties I Rev. hole
Roy A. Gustafson of St VP; only abort 10 feet deep
added" the clerk said, "and if !i Waycross, Ga. hunting near Monticello. They
Petersburg, noted Bible teachescrld and the men were able to climb
I I were returning from the woodsin
anyone wants to avoid the
: '-'- "_ _... f" .'.. # _- __ -,"',-e call on him. we will be!i ip'hd conference speaker, will be i.!Children's Group a jeep and were trying to gain up to the over surface rear again.end of the Jeep,
to accept license money any-]heard at Park of,the Palms, near access to the highway across an
Newly elected ( re-fleeted) officials of the Thomas Council Chairman IL i Meet The vines covering the
and c. Kelly, and Mayor time before Jan. 15. I Keystone Heights, Sunday afternoon .!To Monday uncultivated field. gaping
City of Lawtey Mere sworn into office Tuesday Charles Shuford. In photo ftt right former Clerk i The way was bumpy and the hole T" re so thick they let the
at 3 o'clock. He will hold a i
night at the first Council meeting of the new year. L H. Futon, who was: not a candidate for reel ceCEMETERY I j WORKING I I The Bradford County Children's!j ground was covered with a thick Jeep d"wn so jently that even the
series of sepclal features to be offered windshield
Seated at right is )Irs. Ethel Reddish, new City tion, administers the oath of office to three n Committee will meet Monday noon. ;blanket of creeper vines. Knight, wasn't broken.
I at Central Florida's Bible.Jan. 11, at the Gold House. Paul ; The
ewe J
Clerk and believed to There will be working Friday greatest casualty? thee
a who
to be the first woman ever Councilmen (left to right) James Waters, ; was sitting beside driver

hold elective office in Lawtey. Standing behind Shuford, and Winton Paitish. Councilman L P.I!afternoon Jan. 29, at the Dyal Conference this winter. ,B. Hebert, field representative of Thomson on the front seat of th .[days bag of luscious quail, lost

Mrs Reddish (left to right) are Marshal Dick Rafuse (right) is a holdover. Cemetery. The public Is invited to attendthese the Florida Children's Commis- jeep had ducked behind the windshield jfor( all time at the bottom of the

meetings. ''eion will be guest speaker. and was holding his head 'well.r' .

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rYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrfLAWTEY their daughter, Mrs. Ralph Hlggin- :F. F. A. Chapter of which he is services will be conducted by Rev.I ing committees: Street Committee:

BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L. MATTHEWS botham. and their son, Willis 1 the Instructor at Anthony recently Merle Packham of Theressa. An Shuford, Parrish and Rafuse; Finance -
\ Starling and families in the White i won recognition with a prize invitation to attend is extended
I Committee: Waters, Shu-
House area. 1 bull which won. the State Cham- to everyoneFACULTY
and Parish Sanitation Com-
VIEWPOINT L IL Freddie Dinkins visited relatives :pionship in the Ocala Livestock PARTY ;
PUBLISHER by FutchtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlllAt mittee: Parish. Shuford and Wa-
TELEGRAPHOLDEST in Avon Park during the :Show. The L. H. Futches e:itertained
Mr. Mrs. of ters. Mrs. Reddish is the first
holidays.Mr. and James Anders with New
a "Faculty Meeting" on
to member of the
lady serve as a
FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Mrs. J. M. Browning and son, and Mrs. Edward L. Massey :Palatka spent the weekend with Year's Eve honoring Mrs. EthelW. official family in the history ofLawtey.
of Panama in who have been residing in :his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Ayers of Longwood who was
David, City were
Florida under .
Published Friday and entered aa second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, : .
every Anders. On Mrs. Anders
Lawtey two days last week look- Starke where Mrs. Massey is employed Sunday at one time a member of the Law-
the Act of March S, 1879. I entertained with a' birthday dinner
Ing after business interests.Mr. I moved to Lawtey this tey School faculty. This faculty Recent BirthMr.
ASSOCIATION and Mrs. L B. Cody of Jacksonville week to make their home. Ed : honoring James. Guests in- meeting was unique in that no
MEMBER cluded all members the Anders
I of
ward was attending to businessin future school .
were dinner guests of plans q- policieswere and Mrs. James O. ToppinsJr.
Lee several days this week. family and a number of out-of- discussed majped out. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts oa or of Jacksonville announce the
Will Still Like Ike ? Sunday. Billy and Jean returnedto Members of the H. C. Kelley town friends; a total of 18 per- Invited guests included former birth of a son. James Ralph on
Congress .
Jacksonville with their parents family spent New Year's Day sons enjoyed this spend-the-day faculty members who had served December 27. Mrs. Toppins is the
after spending from Friday to with the Frank Jones family in party. together with the Futcltes on the !former Ruth Toomey of Starke.
By the time this is in print the "big show" will be on Sunday here. Keystone Heights where they en- Everett Burney of Jacksonville local staff and their mates. The

PILTD OWN the second session of the 83rd Congress which holds promiseof Miss Cheri Redgrave and brother joyed a fishing trip which ended "was visiting his mother, Mrs. Geor-I evening was spent reminiscingpast -

being one of the stormiest, most significant, and most Johnnie, have returned to their in a fish fry. -"ia Ann Sapp during the holi- experiences-mostly the fun-
POLITICS fascinating to watch in the history of the Nation.It home in Jacksonville after spend- Miss Leonora Warren of Valdos-I days. Friends of Mrs. Burney will i 1 ny ones-, talking of, current

will\ be a stormy session because President Eisenhower's ing the holidays with their grandparents ta. Georgia arrived on New Year's be interested to now that she is events discussing current trends,
It happens often in political "progressive" program will undoubtedly meet opposition Mr. and Mrs. O. J. And- Day for a visit with her uncle and recuperating nicely after under- and just visiting while munching;
debate that violence of expression going in a major opera- cookies and drinking tea or cof
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Warren
within his own party Furthermore, there is no hope of the ers. Jennie Lou and Peter John
is employed as a sub- returning home on Sunday. Other tion in a Jacksonville hospital. fee between times. Present, besides
without the active of influential Jenkins of Jacksonville also visi-
passing support '
stitute for reasoned argument.A program I the guests of the Warrens for thei Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Harley and the host and hostess to en-
Democrats and of these gentlemen still smarting ted their grandparents during .
case in point was provided many are weekend included Miss Martha children motored to Georgetownlast joy the occasion with the honoree --
last week by Gov. Thomas E. under a viciously partisan attack of the Eisenhower admini- holidays. Pegram of Stuart and CpL J. Sunday to take Mrs. A. H. were Mrs. Louis H. Hill Mrs. G. .
Dewey of New York In a political stration that has attempted to make the word Democrat David Kelley returned to Gaines- Marvin Warren of Eglin Air Base. Harley Sr. who plans to spend W. Roberts, Mrs. Carrie Ingram, .r.. 'r'I

speech at Hartford, Conn. synonymous with Communist.It ville Sunday afternoon to resume The group accompanied by the some time with a sick brother Mrs. Mae Wells, and Mr. and ".mowHe's .

"Whenever anybody mentionsthe will be a significant session because what is accom- his studies. at the University on Leslie Bradleys, wire in Lake there. Mrs H. C. Kelley. Mr. Kelley was I

words of Truman and Democrat plished or not accomplished in the next six months will decide I Monday.Mrs. City Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Starling of the only one who was not a former
to you" he said, "for the the record on which Republican Party candidates will Louie H Hill returned to Miss Margaret Ann Phillips Miami spent several days here faculty member. Mrs. Ayers returned Wrong ,. .

rest of your lives rememberthat face the vpters next November. Likewise, it will largely determine Ft. Myers Sunday to. be ready spent from Thursday to Sunday visiting his parents: Mr. and Mrs.D. I to her home in Longwoodon but YOU Pay!
those words are svoninswith for school on Monday.Mr. with relatives in St. Petersburg.Mrs. W. Starling, during the holi- Saturday having spent several
Eisenhower's place in history. If he fails in his roleas
Americans dying: thousands and Mrs. Charles Hess of Loca Whitten and Miss days. Little Danny Starling returned days as guests of Mrs. Futch.
of mil<* from home because President, even his record as an outstanding militaryman Starke were guests of Mr. and Dora Johnson of Lake Butler home with his father after CITY COUNCIL SOMEBODY else's careless

they did not !lathe will largely be forgotten by future historians.It Mrs. Albert F. Brown on New were calling In Lawtey on Thurs- spending some time :with his Lawtey City Council met in ness can put a terrific dent in
ammunition to defend themselves will be a fascinating session to watch, for no longercan Year's Day. day afternoon of last week. grandparents.Mr. regular session on January 4, at your wallet.

. Remember that the the Eisenhower administration afford to tread water.It Little Danny Rowe Markhamwas Mrs. Marian Marrs of Jackson- and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and 8 o'clock p. m. with councilmen,
words Truman and Democrat must come to grips with a set of problems that are as taken to Riverside Hospitalin ville visited her sister, Mrs. S. A. daughter. Jo Ann; and Mr. and(Rafuse. Priest and :McSwain pres- Yes even if you're not at

mean the loss of 450 million complicated and far-reaching as have ever faced the Nation.In Jacksonville Sunday morning Hicks and family during the holi- Mrs. Harold Norman and children ent. This being the last meetingof I fault, an auto accident may

Chinese to the free world. Remember his brief radio and television appearance Monday night suffering with an attack of acute I days. Little Jeffrey Marrs who Charles and Mike of the the Old Council only a few mean disastrous bills for you.

that the words Truman President Eisenhower seemed confident and had the appearance bronchitis. His infant sister, Don- ; had been spending some time with Heilbronn area: were vacationing items of old business were transacted How to "get around" this

and Democrat mean diplomatic I of a man who knew where he was going or at na Rae spent the time with her his aunt here returned home with I in South Florida during the holi and this council adjourned. dangerous possibility? Ade-
failure, military. failure, death I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. his mother on Sunday. I The newly-elected city officers quate insurance is your safest
least where he was trying to go. Apparently, at long last, days.Mrs.
and tragedy. \ W. Starling, while her mother: Master David Ingram arrived I Hattie Mathias of St. Petersburg were present and were given the answer.
he has gotten his role as President more in focus, and realizes i
.was in Jacksonville. home by plane on Wednesday of and her son. Frank oath of office. The oath was administered -
This newspaper has never that he must take off his coat roll his sleeves and I
been committed In to up assume Mrs. E. E. Barthlowe and Mrs.G. last week after visiting relativesin Mathias, and Mrs. Mathias of by Notary O. J. Phillips Call on this Agency now
:Mr. Truman and any the way Democratic a position of leadership if he is to hold the membersof E. Green of'Middleburg spent Chicago. Illinois during the holi- Gainesville spent New Year's Day I to Mayor-elect Charles R. Shu- I

Party. But it Is committed his own party .in line (to say nothing of the opposition), Sunday in Lawtey with their sister days. He was accompanied by his with Mrs. Mathias's sister, Mrs.V. ford Clerk-elect Ethel Reddish:
to concepts of decencyand and thus have any hope of putting over'a constructive pro- Mrs. Mae Wells. I grandmother Mrs. John Koch R Reddish.Mr. I and Notary L. H. Futch administered -
political fair play. There gram.But i I Mr. and Mrs. Cullen ,V Mc- who plans to spend several weeks !. and Mrs. O. M# Pauley and the oath to MarshallelectD. H.!! C. WALL

is room in any healthy democracy politics being what it is the big question .swain and sons Ronnie and Don- in Florida. son. Macel and Mrs. R. H. Futch.I B. Thomas, and to councilmenelect -
for vigorous partisanship. remains whether the President, along with his sincerity, il nie spent the holiday with rela- Rev. and Mrs. George A. Purga spent the weekend with Mrs. Pau- D L. Shuford, James L. Waters AGENCY
tives in Ft. Myers Ft. Pierce, and and son returned home last Mon- ley's sister, Mrs. W. H. Pringle,. and Winton Parrish. The new
In this speech, however, Air. idealism, and obvious desire to do the right thing, has the Phone 146
Dewey aligned himself with the know-how Naples where they enjoyed bathing day from a holiday vacation with and family in Sanford. \council then organized and elected
political to transmit his ideas into effective
of his ac- and fishing as well as visiting.Mr. relatives in the North. The First Baptist Church announces Councilman H. C. Kelley as chairman 200 E. Call Street
Piltdown wing party- tion. Certainly if he has he has made demonstrationof I
the men wearing blinders bo a poor and Mrs. A. J. Starling Friends of Paul Dinkins Jr. will the beginning of a Revival .1 for the year 1954. Chairman Starke
it during his first year in office.In last week with to know that tie il The
exploit the bloodshed and suffering spent severed days be interested meeting on January Kelley then appointed the follow
view of the fact that he is so dependent upon Demo- : :-:: ..-::: -:- J L --.o...!!!
in Korea, who call General ---
Marshall a front-man for cratic support to get his program off the ground, it would .

traitors because 450 million appear that he made an irreparable blunder in allowing At- '

Chinese were lIt to the free torney General Brownell to launch a purely partisan attack

'world through a complex of. against a previous Democratic administration for the pur- Announcing for 54

political and economic forces, pose of diverting the public eye from Republican scandalsin

who wave the flag and call for New York State, and Mr. Benson's trouble with the farm
resistance to aggression but program.

condemn President Truman for Although Mr. Eisenhower did his best to smooth thingsover

buying shown the resolution and Democrats in Congress feel that nothing that has

courage to resist aggression In been said or that can be said has mitigated the damage doneto
Korea -action union Governor
Dewey ,himself was one of the bi-partisan support of the President's program. To make NEW FOPI. TCKS

first to applaud, at that time matters worse, Attorney General Brownell's patron saint,
Governor Dewey of New York, added fuel to the flames last
There Is no other free nationon week with "
a despicable diatribe in which he exorted listeners
earth where political con- continually to associate the word "Democrat" with "diplo-
troversy is carried on today at .
matic failure, military failure, death, and tragedy."
so ugly level of personal abuseas
in the United States. Cover If this is properly setting the stage for a smooth-running Non ,

nor Dewey has contributed to a bi-partisan session of Congress then it must be some weird with TRIAl30H.P.

debasement of the political process new form of political strategy with which we are not

which, if it is not soon familiar. In view of the fact that Mr. Dewey and Mr.

checked, will make representative Brownell are very, very close, and since Mr. Brownell is the 13S-RP. 152-H.P. 170-H.P.
self-government an im- GOP's acknowledged political strategist, it must be assumed fOWEl KING V-l WWW KING V-< CARGO KING V-* CARGO KING V-I
posslbilty. Washington Post. that the Dewey attack is part of a planned Republican cam- UWtP. COST CAPER SX

paign to smear the Democratic Party.

ALMOST THAT Against this background, there is small wonder that z Rr

Washington correspondents are forecasting the toughest ,

TIME AGAIN kind of going for President Eisenhower in this new sessionof I

Congress. Some state frankly that, in view of these circumstances -
Yea that time'is almost
the President cannot most
here again. possibly get of his
i bulging program passed. ,
Persons who plan, to run for To illustrate how dependent Eisenhower is on Demo-

any of the elective offices to be cratic support they remind us that time after time the
voted on next May do not have Democrats session
during the first "sent rescuing St. Ber-
many weeks in which to qualify.weeks nard teams up the legislative craigs to bring back Mr. Eisenhower's -
And those weeks, like the
projects alive while the
before Christina, will pass be- Republicans debated below.
The objective Congressional Quarterly analyzed legisla-
fore know it.
you tive controversies at the first session and came up with the t. HOW! 5 Ford engines offer

Here in Bradford County, information that out of 83 direct roll call votes, Mr. Eisen-

two Bounty Commissioners, hower was victorious in 74. But 58 of his 74 victories were the mightiest concentration of power per cubic
three members of the School ;
Board, a State Representative directly the victories attributable to support of Democrats, without which ; 7 inch ever in any truck line I V-8 end SIX!
would have been turned to defeats. r frg
Circuit Judge, Congressmanand
all Democratic Committeemen Obviously, party lines will be drawn more tightly in this For the power they develop, the engines in the 1954
and Committees omen will session of Congress and the President must rely upon his
Ford Truck line have less cubic inch displacement than
be voted on. leadership within his own party more than ever. But here
On the state level there'll bea again it would appear that he is in for trouble since his Y Y' engines in other-make lines. For example, Ford's 239

Governor, three Supreme speech Monday night was a preview of a liberal program that cu. in. Power King V-8 develops its 130 h.p. on as much

Court Justices and two member is bound to offend the Old Guard element in his party. c M ; as. 43 cu. in. less displacement. Smaller-displacement

of the Railroad and Public Any way you look at it, the President's lot at this sessionof i s r : engines normally need less gas!That's one big reason why

Utilities. Board to be elected. Congress seems to be an unhappy one. For the good of Ford concentrated offers greater economy!
Looks as if this "off year" the country,. we wish him well, but unless the Democratic

election is going to be pretty members of .Congress swallow their pride and come to his

much "on", after alL assistance again, there can be little hope for salvaging his

idealistic program.and Ford takes the lead in AtLS vital factors that make for lower-cost trucking !

TTTTTYTTTTTVYTYTTYYTTTYTKeystone the budget for >J954 was of her life and in Keystone Heightsfor I

adopted. The election resulted in several years. Funeral serviceswere

Heights the selection of two new membersof held in the DeWitt Jones Now, only in Ford Trucks-gas-saving, Low-FRICTION, :,

the board of directors to replace Funeral Chapel in Starke on
high-compression, overhead-valve, deep-block engines
by Mrs. Sara :McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. two whose terms expired. Thursday. Dec. 31. with Dr. J. A. II IIZ'
The two elected were Gordon Holl conducting the sen-ice. The I in !all truck models! 115to 170-h.p.! a

Adams and Lloyd Scott. I body was shipped to New 1f'w ,
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Willis have Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Purkiss 'She is survived by two JerseY'1

returned from a vacation trip to I and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Fox all I New Jersey and a niece in Paris. New Driver/zed Cabs, Master-Guide Power Steering,
Washington. D. C. I of Pittsburgh Pa. are winter visitors -
il Her sister-in-law Mrs. Martha Power Brakes Fordomaf/c Drive for faster control! Y
Mrs. Otterstrum has returnedfor staying at the Lake Geneva Stratford i" a ,
I is now in Keystone i
the winter at her home in Apartments.
j i
I Heights in the Nelson home.
rark-of-the-Palms. Thieves broke into the Key- i

Mr. and Mrs. Murphy will go stone Restaurant late Wednesday'-FVYVVYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyfyyHEILBRONN Factory-Built
New capacity! New
down the state for a brief trip greater
night or early Thursday morning
this week. and made off with the cash regis- I "6-wheelers," gross up to 48% more !
Mr. and Mrs. Bchm have returned ter and contents. They effected .See7$4enWDAY
to their home in Keystone an entrance by breaking the lockon
Heights They have been north a window. So far they have not fFORDMyTRUCKS s
for about a :year. been apprehended.The '

Dr. and Mrs. Harvey expect to study group of the Com- I There will be a working at Evergreen -
move soon into their new homeon munity Church Women will meetat
I Cemetery on Friday Jan. .
Jasamine Street. 10 a. m in the parsonage. The 115 =

Miss Satishiko Keide (Kay), I theme for study will be Spanish David and Danny Bennett are ,
who has been visiting Mr. and I{ Sneaking people in- the United I spending a while with the G. L I :4 -

Mrs. David Nelson for the holi- States. All members are invited to ;Sapps.Mr. .

days' has returned to Ann Arbor. come and bring a sandwich. Cof- and Mrs. B. J. Eggars of
Mich, where she is attending the fee and tea will be served. The I Jacksonville visited the T. N. V'ca' MORE TRUCK FOR YOUR MONEY! New Ford F-900 ba Jet, G.V.W. 27,000 bs, G.CW. 55,000 frj.
"University:' of Michigan. She is a afternoon session will meet immediately I Normans early in the week.

-ing Japanese student with whom I after lunch. I Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman and
*"e Nelsons became acquainted The Keystone Heights Woman's !Mrs. R. M. Johnson were'visitorsto
Puling their residence in Tokyo. I Club will hold their regular business -1 tl[ Macdenny Friday. Andrews Motor
She was a teacher in the Tokyo I meeting! on Tuesday, Jan. 12 j Those enjoying a fish fry at ConipanyMADISON
schools and is now studying I Iin the club house at 3 p. m. I the Eldon Sapp home Saturday
linguistics in the states. I Mrs. Rhenhild Olsen aged 75, night were Mr. and Mrs. R M.
'.lie Community Church held I t died in Alachua General Hospital McRae Mr. and :Mrs. V. E. Thorn- .
Its annual congregational meeting I lIn Gainesville on December 29. ton Mrs. 1... G. Norman and I & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLORIDA
on Sunday morning. All church I Mrs. Olsen was born in Norwaybut I daughter Linda, and Mr. and Mri!. I
organizations made their reports had lived in the states most r. N. Norman.


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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYYl Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and called on us Sunday afternoonfor I meet Tuesday night of next week,, 1. .
Gerald, all of Heilbronn Mr. and a short time. Susie was so I Jan. 12. All are invited to attend.
PINE LEVELby Mrs. Carl Thornton and children hoarse she could hardly talk, says We did not get,to attend church jI!
of Water Oak, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. she has been so she couldn't talk. .as we had wished, mother was
Sirs. II. 1M. SlcRae1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. McRae and sons, :Mr. and Mrs. We know what that means when,much worse seemingly Sunday : i
V. E. Thornton, and the H. M. one has a family as large as Su morning and either of us would FALL
McRaes. Friday night they all en- sie's family is, so she has our sym- not leave her. At this writing she
We had a good attendance at Joyed a fish supper at the homeof pathy! still seems to be growing worse
Church Sunday with lots of visi- Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp.H. We have tried for sometime to it is hard to tell about her, she ,
tors and 210 in Sunday School. H. Lewis spent Thursday get someone to cut some wood seems better one day or part of
Well, we spent a very happy night of last week with Mr. and for us-and failed! Last week the day and suddenly grows worse. I
, Christmas. Our son. Owen Mc- Mrs. Bishop Thomas of Brooker.On Jim talked Lee Moore into the We can just hope for the best. I
Rae, arrived home in Jacksonville Saturday he visited his brother. notion of letting him have one of Well folks, we could tell you ,
Elam Lewis of Starke. his saws for a day or so.
I on the 22nd and with his about our skunk hunt last week
: Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. We had a number of trees down- II
other relatives, spentCdrlstr
family and but you would laugh at us too
. and our recent storms had taken care I
Russell Thomas were Mr.
:.... Day in Jacksonvillewith I
his brother-in-law and sister Mrs. James Wainwright of Mel- of thi.1. Jim and Dub (W. B. Eng- much, we got the skunk even if it I
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. HalL bourne, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wil- land) our son-in-law, went to did take us an hour, we shot at II I
Owen said he was sorry he liams of Melrose, Mr. and Mrs. work Friday evening, cut a pret- it four times before we got it,I I
couldn't see nil his relatives and Joe Starling, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. ty good pile of wood and Satur- Spot and it fought all under the I Ii "" ,, II
day they went at it again. They
Thomas, and Misses Sylvia And-
friends this time, but he only crib, I got my mouth full of the I
bus rews and Carol Thomas, all of were like two little boys with a i 1
had a short leave. He left by !scent and finally shot the thing
I Starke. new toy, didn't want to quit long .
t for San Diego on the 28th. through a crack in the crib floor!
We are sorry to hear of the Sidney Jackson of Starke and enough to eat! But we sure have I"I I killed it that time too, I want I
nice wood
of cut and
a pile now
illness of Mrs. Neta Dobbs and Owen Alvarez visited Edwin and I ,you to know! If you want to learn
hope she will soon be well again.A Arley McRae during the holidays. feel we can burr all we want to more about this big hunt, come
and not be afraid will I
I we run out Starts 8
large number from here at- Edwin was among those enjoying and ask Jim about it, he can Friday January
.I Dub says he would like to have I
tended services at the Hampton Christmas Day in Jacksonville.IKANC'H one of these saws to use right j i give you full details! I haven't I

Baptist Church on New Year's along he likes to use them. Jim time! .,, _. .
Eve and also attended the Youth or Dub had never used one of : ALLMEN'SPANTS '.,-'- --c-- -.."--' ..-.JE'----- $'<-:::if.___" ".::. "' _."-_ _..__. .-._'__ __'-.-_-_".'.,_
Branford Friday To Relieve
Fellowship at the saws before. Dub has blisters
night. LONG almost all over his hands but says Misery of \
Mrs. H. H. Lewis returned home .he is ready to use the saw again. L LADIES I DRESSES S
Saturday afternoon after a few by Mrs. J. L. Stricklandand So if any of you have a saw thatis
days visit with her brothers, H. Jimmy Lang I idle just call on Dub and see cL666
P. and A. G. Fouts, at Lakeland.She if it to !
he can put work for you
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Bennett Mrs.Springs Roberta and and Lamb Mr.little and of daughter Green Mrs. Cove Cecil of weekend ard Betty Lang.Jean with Carter her grandparents spent the,II I 1 11 I STORE Established Men's Clothing 1S94 11111 I Eli i 3 7.95 & 8.95 now $5.99 '

Mrs. Lamb stayed
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'Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Faircloth.Mrs. I

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spent the weekend with :Mr. and
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JUST ONEFRIGID.AIRE Wilkinson over the weekend. _
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rrsrS___ s-Stat ords of Bradford Comiy
sassIfl AttS JS rrrr-t555S5S5 Jerry LawsonIs Baptist Circles Woodman CircleThere
V Florida, upon which no roadway -
% _______ EntertainedAt Met TuesdayThe ill existent.
will be a called meetingfor THIS NOTICE is given purcbani
all Woodman Circle membersin to the provisions of Chapter 24304.
Dinner Parties
Daisy Fowler Circle of the Laws of Florida. Acts of the LagLslature -
the WOW hall Tuesday eve of 1947 Section 343.43, ft
Mrs. E. D. Tenly and daughter Baptist WMU met Tuesday after- ning. Jan. 12, at 7:30 o'clock for seq.. Florida Statute)
noon at the home of Mrs. D. L. Dated this 4th day of January
entertained at making plans for the District A.D. 1954.
Joan. eight guests
Silcox with 12 members and one
convention. All members are urg- BOARD OF COt'NTY COMMISSIONERS -
a dinner party last Friday evenir.g. visitor present. The devotional ed to be presentMr. OF BRADFORD
:_ (
Gladys Mooty V V Among the guests was Airman 2-c was given by Mrs. E. W. Hayes, COUNTY By L. L.:FLORIDA RfDfroe Chairman

Phone 35 : with Mrs. C. A. Darby and Mrs.
: -- '; ;,-jl Jerry Lawson who left Monday and :Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Sr. It 1,1IB
Makes T. B. Harding taking part on the .
p rSsS=ss S_tSSS 555555 r_ S ) for Williams Air Force bas, in returned Thursday of last week
pSrs-flrrss-sSrSSSSSt5 Circuit ("oart, ...
program. The box for Korea will Bradford C lr.
,' Chandler Ariz after 20 days vaca- from a two weeks visit with their Florida !. Chamccry.
Ex-Governor Rivers Methodist Circles : : >- .<. ..il be mailed this week. soninlawand daughter, Lt and Myron l). Young. Plaintiff vs. Ehia- ,
: i tion with his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. beth Young, Defendant.Case. :
Mrs. L. D. Haines entertained
Met This WeekThe I Mrs. Joseph G. Wood, and with No. 10-Ju:*
Will Install DebutI.. 1\V : :V'j 'Ewell La..son.Also Helen Masters Circle with 12 their son Delano Thomas, in San Order Of PnbUratloa aad NotiH TAppear .

New WOW OfficersStarke three circles of the Metho- V 4VVl& V'V.: j sharing honors with Jerryat members present. Mrs. F. B. Antonio Texas. Lt. Wood and De To, KlisAbeth* State Young.vC Florida whose residence -

dist WSCS met Monday and Tues .,... I a dinner party Saturday eve- Beard, circle leader, presided and lano are both stationed at Lack and address is: 18 C'on..eUAv..nue.

and Lake Butler WOW ning was Miss Velma Tuberville the devotional was given by Mrs. land AFB, the former as an in- You ,are Massvna required, Xtorfc to appear. oa

will hold joint meeting day.Circle L. A. Wynn. V the latter basic February 8, 1J54 in the above
Camps a 1, Mrs. L. D. Vining of Fairmont, N. C. who has been structor, and as a ed Court and nam-
here Monday night Jan. 11, at 8 Mrs. J. A. Griffin trainee. The Thomases were accompanied cause wherein pUis-
InOrlando program
leader, was entertained by Mrs. the guest of the H. A. Lawsons. tiff seeks! divorce. Bradford County
o'clock and the Starke Woodmen Carl Johns at her home Tuesday Mr and Mrs. H. A. Lawson were chairman was assisted by the on the trip by Mrs. der Telegraph four shall publish this Or- ,
Circle Grove is assisting with ar following who took part on the Jessie Morgan of Jacksonville in next weekly issues :
morning at 10 o'clock. Following hosts at this delightful dinner Witness my hand and official seal
rangements. This will be a public refreshments the 16 members : party for eight guests. program: Mrs. F. F. Flume. Mrs.J. sister of Mr. Thomas, and by J. at 1954.Starke Florida. this Jasuary L.

installation R. Chasteen. Jr., and Mrs. Leslie Wood of Lake City fatherof
including an
present were led in prayer by tV (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

ceremony for the officers of both Vining. who also conducted the Jr .f'. Woman's Club Beard. Lt. Wood. By Marian L.As Crosby Clerk Deputy of said Court Clerk

camps. business session. Mrs. T. H. Slade -. Lorena Epperson Circle met at Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Building

Ex-Governor Ed Rivers of Georgia announced that the Book of Jeremiah V,I To Meet Wednesday the home of Mrs. D. L. Thomas I, Jacksonville, Florida.
Bradford Caumty, Att.s. for Flf. 1/8 of the In Circuit Court.
a National Director would be studied at the with :Mrs. R. A. Thomas as ; _
i ,;; Florida! IB ('kantryJoseph
fraternity will act as installing regular Wednesday evening prayer "J,.; Mrs.V.. I. Coleman of Jacksonville hostess. The leader, Mrs. R. co-I Paul McDonald, Plaintiff, ,.. NOTICE TO APPEAR:
I. Circuit Cuort, ....
I Bradford C ,.
officer and will address attending meetings during January.Mrs. V / tcV will be the guest speaker at Alvarez, presided.! Eight .Mildred :Mi-Donald.! Defendant.Case No. 10-270 .Florida !. ChSBrerv.

Woodmen, their friends and I I W. E. Middleton had chargeof V ..-. -: tf.,,...'...;. V .* '"" .,. V the monthly meeting of the bers were present. I Order Of Publication And >etire To Mulialy Richard, Mullaly Defendant., Plaintiffs. Irene

families. The former governor the devotional using as her '-'. ;.v"-: Woman's Club Wednesday after- I :Mrs. D. L. Thomas gave the devotional -I I I Mildred Appears McDonald State of Florida whose Tot resi- 4'a' No. 890J'otlre
be Introduced by R. E. Vance at 3:30 o'clock. > To Appears
will topic "The Christian Soil". Mrs. noon and an interesting talk i ion idence and address is<: 504 West 55th To: Irene Mulldly. whose residenceand
Woodmen state manager of Talla- for Mrs. A. Russell Norman, chair tithing. Guest for the Street New Turk City, New York. address
H. C. Ritch gave the program speaker You are required to appear oa is: MlUedgeville State
hassee. the morning and read an inter- man of Health will introduceMrs i meeting was Rev. L. D. Haines I[February 8, 1954, in the above nam- Hospital You MilkdgrMlle. Georgia.
elected officers to be Installed : Coleman who will speak on who ed Court and cause, wherein plaln- are hereby notified tnat a
Newly esting letter from :Mr. and Mrs brought an inspiring message I tiff seeks divorce custody and sup suit forIivosce
for the Starke Camp are: Jimmy Cail, missionaries in Africa. physio-therapy through flowers. on Stewardship. port of minor child. child and cutod of n.inor

O. J. Anders Consul Commander; Mrs. Ritch also read a prayer for Hostesses for the afternoon will During the social hour all I publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph in next ,shall fuur has been filed against yu (to the

W. O. Collins, Adviser Lieutenant; missionaries in foreign fields, 'be. :Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Mrs. C. H. hostesses served refreshments to weekly issues.Witness you above are named required Court to verve and cause a and of
Lewis Rafuse. Banker: J. E. Tom- taken from the World Outlook. Miss Jeannette McLendon, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. II. B. Mc- :j I Quick, Mrs. Maxie Carter, Mrs. their cir)e members. at Starke my Florida hand and this official January seal 6. your answer or pleading to t">.

linson, Escort; Jimmie Cole Circle 2 met in the RecreationHall Lendon of Orlando and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.\ K. S. Matthewsof Earl Searing Mrs. J. E. Hilde- 1954. complaint Attorney on Evan the T. Evans Plaintiff, 103

Watchman; J. L. Waters Past Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock Starke, made her debut at the annual ball of the Rosalind1 Club in bran. Mrs. C. J. Houpt, and Mrs. NewcombVernettiMr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I Law Exchange Building Jack

Consul Commander; C. J. Powell, with 13 members present. Mrs. New Year's Eve. At Miss McLendon is attending Carrie Ward. As Clerk of Said Court.Clerk sonville. Florida
Orlando on present By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy and file the original In the office of
Sentry; Joe P. Tomllnson A. J.'Thomas. 1.. D. Green, leader. presided over Florida State University in Tallahassee and is a frequentisitor in All members are urged to be and :Mrs. John Dominic Zach II. Douglas 505 Lynch Build the Clerk of the Circuit Court en
Sr., and Cecil Sewell, present at this interesting pro- ing, Jacksonville, Fla.'IAttYII. or before the
the business session. Starke. Vernetti of Koyukuk Alaska an for Plf. 1/8 4t 1/SS 8 day of February, 1954! ;
Auditors.J. 'The Soil Our Mission Field" !gram. nounce the marriage of their otherwise the allegations of said

W. Yeoman, district managerof was the subject of the devotionled I daughter Shirley Ann, to Gilbert NOTiCE OF prnur TUB CLOSING no%lW.Y5NOTICE OFCKiiTUN Complaint by you.will be taken as contested -

the society and acting secretaryof by Mrs. Jack McComb usingas 'I PresbyterianVomen, Sheldon Newcomb, Jr., son of Mr. IS HEREBY GIVEN. This notice shall be publishedonce
e.cn week fer four consecutiveweeks
the Starke camp, will serve as her scripture Hosea 10:12. In- and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb of Starke. That at a regular meeting of the m the Bradford County Tele
Board of (Count Commissioners of
ceremonies and stated and informative letters Circle of the Presbyterian graph
master of teresting one The wedding was an event of Bradford ('ounty. Florida held on
Dated this 6 day of ISJlOFFICIAL
that the names of officers to be from both National and World C Women of the Church will meet Saturday morning, Jan. 2, at 10 the 4th day of January, A.D. 1954 ( SEAL) Charles January.A. Derby

installed! for the Lake Butler mission stations were brought by j Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at o'clock, at Our Lady of Snows and upon abandon application certain to close public vacate road- Clerk of the Circuit Court
-- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
camp were not available yet. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. I--- S at the State Farm. Mrs. E. C. church in Nulato Alaska. ways in Bradford County, Florida 1/8 4t II:*
The meeting will be held in the The original plan of the World I the home of :Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and after the publication of noticeas
The U. S. O. was the scene near West End Grocery and hearthat Mr. and Mrs. Newcomb are taking required by law, and upon a pub NOTICE TO APPEAR
hall, upstairs at the railroad on Council of Churches was given by of one of the biggest New Year's I the Brown Derby changed Harden and Mrs. Caldwell will be a wedding trip by touring from lic hearing being held pursuant to la Circuit ('ourt, Bradford ("....,.,
have Williams. At the closeof hostesses. such application and such notice a Floridai I. Caaarery.
Call Street. The rooms re Mrs. C. D. joint
Eve dances ever to be put on by hands on Dec. 30 from J. T. Land I Alaska to Starke expecting to arrive resolution was duly adopted closing Joseph L. Pankey Plaintiff. ...

cently been redecorated to accommodate the meeting refreshments were the Junior Woman's Club to Maurice Wingate. Circle two will meet at theme here the end of January. vacating and abandoning said Bernice F. Pankey Defendant.
the hostesses Mrs. Olin certain public roadways in Bradford Case 10214N
Woodmen No.
with the Camp served by
Louise Stern and her house guest, Joan Slade gave a delightfU ."> of Mrs. W. T. Jackson, Tues- County. State of Florida describedas tlre T. App.ari
and the Circle Grove here. White, Sr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. Nell Combs of Abingdon, Va., took slumber party on New Year's Eve dv evening at 8 o'clock. Business CircleThe : To: Benice F. Pankey. wboeeresidence
Circle 3 met at the home of (a) That certain North-South unpaved and address' III: 806 Hlver-
after- tickets at the door and the guests her guests attended the mid- road lying in the Eastern mont Avenue, Lyncbburg, Virginia.
Junior Club Mrs W. H. Nollm&n Monday were greeted by a glittering Happy night show with breakfast after- Baptist Business Women's portion of the NEVi of You are hereby notified that a
at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Bertha WCTU MeetingSeveral suit for
noon Section 24 Township S South,
New Year hung over the mantelin wards at the Slades on Kingsley Circle will hold their monthly Divorce, custody and of
Met Monday giving the devotional. "A Range 22 East the Northern support
Pearce the lounge the ballroom was Lake and after staying up prac. meeting Monday evening, at 7:30 terminus of which is a point minor child
Spiritual Inventory". names of active and 50 feet South of the North has been filed against you In the
decorated with multi- all o'clock in the Recreation Hall.
the had
festively tically night girls
The Junior Woman's Club met The business session was con- honorary members were added to line of said Section 24 and above named Court and came sad
colored streamers from the centerof enough left to walk back the South terminus you are required to serve a of
o'clock In energy Mrs. A. H. Johns is of whichis copy
evening at 8 the program
Monday I by the leader Mrs. A. the roll of local WCTU at a answer pleading
ducted your or to the
a point 10 feet North of complaint -
the to the wall and were to Starke the next their I
with Mrs. T. CHazen .i ceiling morning ( chairman and hostesses will be the Plaintiffs'
the club building Wood. A Missionary program meeting held Thursday, Dec. 31, the South line of said Section on Attorney
Jr presiding. caught there by clusters of balloons own Idea, of course) hear that Mrs. J. D. Doyle. Mrs. Bertha 24; T. Frank Landrum Starke. FJa.
president for in the POW building.
"Wanted a Spiritual Typhoon V and file the In
b original the office of
( ) That certain 25
)fts. Stanley Noegel: thanked the i Okinawa", was presented by Mrs. which were released at mid- one of the girls flopped on the The literature committee reported Fuller and Mrs. Pearl Schropshire. along the South line foot of strip the the Clerk of toe Circuit Court on or
favors of hats and noise- couch when she home at before the II day of lI6t!
workers'who helped with the;: New' )t. R. Judd. night got noon a thousand blotters distributed SW1.4 of the --E14 of the otherwise February ;
makers were given to the guests and didn't wake until the next NEV of Section 24. Township allegations of MM
Year's Eve dance. Mrs. R. T "Mrs. I. P. Shepherd nead "A up throughout Bradford Beta Sigma Phi S South Range 22 East, Complaint will be taken ai confessed -
and dancing was enjoyed to the day; 'guests included Jane by yon
Fowler reported that.a lot of toys Lantern Parade". County Schools and it was votedto except for the South 25 feet This notice shall
: tune of U. of F. All Stars Orches- Richarde, Margaret Rose Duncan, i of the West 40 feet thereof, be published
were distributed during the ChrUtmaa -. Refreshments were served at the order an additional supply. A The Beta Sigma Phi sorority as set aside as a right-of. once each week for four consecutive!
tile out-of-town Jackie Jackie Hobbs Gail weeks in the Bradford
season. *' I close of the meeting. J tra among Colley, temperance poster service has.alBa will hold its bimonthly meeting way for a public road by fraph. Cont7-Tee-" V

Mrs. Hazen appointed the following gueafS'Bpotted werfi. arthaiand Duke, Linda Johns, Joyce and been subscribed to by the local Monday evening at 8 o'clock at 1 A.deed Purdy from, dated Mary December Hall to Eva Dated this ( day of January. 1M V*.
'McClane of Atlanta T. K. Join Scholl 20. I (OFFICIAL SEAL
and Sandra Johns Thence
Husey ) A. Darby
union will be the home of Melba 18S6. filed
nominating committee to and new posters received Green with July 22. 188S. and Clerk of the
Judy Ellington McClan, from Winter Park the of the mother said recorded in Deed Book Circuit Court
as one ,after "K,
at the February meeting : *' and displayed each month. Janet Turner as cohostess. By Marian I. Crosby_ Deputy Clerk
Randalla from,'.Tampa, Monteiths she heard the gjrlafhad! walked ;, .' "' ....f.." Va.. Page 299.oflhPtJe, -, Rec.- -V V i.ft itt. i/e.
: Honored At Party -. --
Mrs. V
Jot" D.:L. Thomas, chairman, r\
E. L. Biggs and Miss Dolorta from Eustis. Evelynn and Morris from the lake cTStarke just ,_____ ___ sr _
Mr.' and j Mrs. Burke Ellington Williams from Lake City Dolly try and get them to walk up town
V and Lonnie Sullivan from Jak, for a loaf of bread
entertained at birthday party
,The .h stesses served .delicious a
refreshments from & table centered New Year's night, honoring their Ruth Smith from Gainesville, Louise Tenly tells me she baa BARKSDALE'S Winter

with a blooming poinaettia.Canasta' danehter, Judv, who was cele- Mandy "Deas from Ga., and Her- given up her job at Bobbins' in Clearance'SALE

and bridge were' enjoyed bratinsr her 16th birthday anniver- long Adams from Camp Gordon order to take over chairmanshipof

daring the social hour. sary. Games were enjoyed until a Ga. wish I could elaborate on the Mother's March in pie

late hour. when Mrs. Ellington some of the gorgeous gowns that Polio Drive in Bradford County

served refreshments assisted by were worn that evening but I can't congrats to Gil and Lib New- STARTS FRIDAY JANUARY 8th :

Gleaners Meet Mrs. Mabel Swanson. Mrs. Jim begin to mention them all and, as comb of Starke and Fred and ,

\Vith Mrs. McGriff Killian. and Mrs. Paul Men I might leave out some, better Hazel Guy of G'ville who won the

Included among the guests were not even start but all in all managers' increase in business One LotLadies'

The Gleaners of the Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Donald Willis and it was a scrumptious affair. prize of a weekend trip to New MEN'S E S BOY'S SHIRTS ,

Church ,met at the home of Mrs family of Bostwick, Mr. and Mrs. Surely was a gang attending the York City they leave by plane Dresses

G. J. McGriff, Sr. Monday evening Otto Siemer and family. Mr. and "bowl" games on New Year's day today and will be extensively entertained -i Were 2.95 NOW 1.98 .

with Mrs. McGriff and Mrs Mrs. John A. Ellington, Miss Nellie by the Coca-Cola Com- 1
from Starke: Nina Bishop Were 1.98 NOW 1.49 Regular Price and
Willa Mae Denton as cohostesses. Silcox. Miss Dorothy Ann Ell pany while in N. Y. by attending Vest Sweaters

Following a short business meeting ington, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Collins Sugar Bowl game in New three hit shows and touring of Were 1.79 NOW 1.39 1 FOR $1MOne
at the Orange
refreshments were served to and Mr. and Mrs. Taft Naz- Orleans; spotted the town they'll stay in the NOW 2.98
in :Miami were Doyle Were .98
the 15 members present. worthy and son, Franklin. Bowl game Hotel Astor while there. Fred NOW .79 Lot
Conner, Dorothy Alvarez -
_J- ______ and Johnnie and Gil were two of the six
pa- Charley. Ted and Jerome Coat Sweaters 1 3 OFF
--- "- :_. managers in Florida winning thfe BOY'S PANTS
Johns, Ruth and Steve Simmons

STARKERADIOS Judge and Lois Ferryman Monk coveted Slipped prize.up on two important Were 5:95; NOW 3.98I I Were 4.95 NOW 3.49 One LotLadies'

and Thelma Dinkins Calvin and anniversaries last week Mr. and Were 3.95 NOW 2.98Were
and at the Gator Were 8.95 NOW
Marie Houpt;
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee celebrated 2:98:
: Dot and Bill NOW 2.29LADIES' Blouses
Bowl game were
their 49th
I TV SERVICE wedding anniversaryon ;
Powell, Alyce, Bill and Hank
I Dec. 28 and Mrs. Brownlee
Graham, Virginia and Junius celebrated her birthday on Dec. Orion Pullover SHOES 1- 3 0 F F i

Smith, Joe Andrews Lu Randall,
Reasonable Guaranteed ServiceOn 30 Gerry Gibson was 14 years
David and Kathleen Monteith, Joe I Were 10,00 NOW 6.98
old on Jan. 7 and will celebrate
Monteith Joe Sistrunk, I Were 8.95 NOW One Lot
All Makes Radios or TV and Lois Saturday with a wiener roast fora 5.98

... VenUe and Charlie Futch, Jimmy few of his friends Kathleenand SPORT SHIRTS Were 7.95 NOW 4.98
... and Martha Moore, Dr. A. J. Bar- Jack Smith will celebrate Ladies Skirts

IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS tie Tom an4 Flo Slade, Tommy their 7th wedding anniversary Were 5.95 NOW 3.98 I,

) NOT GIVING YOU and Joan Slade, Jimmy Reddish, Jan. 11. 7.95 Corduroy Now 4.98 Were 4.95 NOW 3.49 12 PRICE
Dee and Jewett Fogg, Joe Gray,
If you're ever tempted to complain -
SATISFACTIONCall Gabardines and Plaids
"I' and Randy Chitty. about the cold in these Were 2.98 NOW 1.98 One Lot

: Buddy Bishop and Bill Grahamare parts just stop a minute and Were 5.95 NOW 3.98

198-W At Once goose hunting up around think of poor Dolph Reddish at 4.95 Shirts Now 3.29 Others from 98cCHILDREN'S I 1- 3 0 F F

.. Spring Creek on the Fenholloway that northernmost U. S. nutnost.
-- --'r-- __ _ _
..... River this week and hear that I Thule AFB in Greenland He's 3.95 Shirts Now 2.98 SHOES
228 Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's'I -One Lot
E. I
... Jimmy Moore has been trying back there now after a holiday REGULAR 2.98

.' .... luck up around Perry this week thawout with the homefolks 2.98 Shirts Now 1.98 Reduced

-_ _ __ ._ --_ _ _._. ..__ __u happy to hear that Nelma Hear tell it gets so cold up there Now to 2.79 Ladies'Veskits\

Keen is back with the Call street they can't even have keyholes iif One LotCHILDREN'S

gang and doing alterations at the the doors 'cause if they did the Men s Jackets up to7.95for 1.98

Ronnie Donnie shop Two new powdered ice and snow, blown up APPAREL -

diamonds have been flashing this by 125-mile-per-honr winds would QUILTED LININGS up to 3.00 for 1.49 One LotLadies'

REQPALFIRST week Miriam Hornsby received Were 8.95 NOW 5.98
soon stream through and practically -

hers in the mail from her best fill the rooms Another Were 7.50 NOW 4.98 One Lot Coat Suits

beau. Roy Brannen of Lake Butler II minor annoyance. Dolph says. is up to 4.95 for 98c
who is stationed
that their outer shoes (guess they

BAPTIST CHURCH Force in Guam and Elouise have to wear three or four pairs* Were 3.95 NOW 2.98 CHILDREN'S DRESSES 1-2 OFF
received her sparkler from
Thomas PFC Ronald Andrews who is with are apt to freeze so hard and t COAT STYLE New Merchandise One Lot

Miami RonaldIs brittle that if you stub your toe: Were 9.95 NOW 6.98 1-3 OFF
the MarJ.es in -
poof your shoe just crumbles 1-3 0 F FMEN'S
being shipped to Puerto Rico on
LAWTEY FLA. away! Now ain't you 'shamed
the 10th for six weeks of duty. calling a mere 32 above "cold"? LADIES' BRASSIERES

Another "J. E." has been addedto Just occurred to me that 'twouldbe PANTS Mostly Peter Pan One LotLadies'

the J. E. Hardy familymamaand a good idea for Marian How

JAN. 11 THRU JAN. 22 daddy Jo Ella and James to send some C of C folders up tc I 98c Long Coats
EWon Hardy and daughters Dolph and let him hand 'em oul ALL WOOL

Ellen and Jane Eugenia. are welcoming around those parts Spec we'd 11.95-14.95 NOW 8.98 One Lot Ladies'FLANNEL
addition to their 1-2 0 F F
thenewest GOWNS
REV. MERLE PACKHAM have quite a few ')f those fellow: i
"J. E." family June Ellen born : NOW 7.98
headin' for sunny Florida soon a New Mdse. 1.59
such as a One Lot
Dec. 30 no thing
EVANGELISTS on they got their release At least t 7958.95 NOW 6.49

"rmvate Hardy household monogram". around Hear that the we don't have to wprry about oui: 6.95-5.95 NOW 4.98 One Lot Ladies' 1-3 OFF
shoes crumblin' Most of th< :
S SERVICES BEGINS 7:30 EACH EVENING A2C.Jerry! Lawson left Monday for time we don't have to worry aboul FLANNEL PAJAMASI I tBov's

the ,Williams Air Force Base, shoea- period: : New Mdse. 2.39 One LotLadies'
Old/Time Gospel Preaching Chandler Ariz after a 20-day 'Bye for now See you ii .1

; leave with his folks, Mary and the next One Lot Ladies'WINTER Toppers
Ewell Lawson the Riley Was- QUILTED t

SPECIAL MUSIC EVERY NIGHT dins have moved into their lovely -Carolyn 5955.75 NOW 3.98 HATS t

new home on the corner of South Mrs. Mayme Toomer- and grand 1.98 1-3 OFF \
only .
EVERYONE CORDIALLY INVITEDRev. and Church streets and Charlie daughter. Mayme Eileen, anErerson
and Jill Oaks are renting the Kerr were recent guestof 9 Were 2.98 NOW 1.98 LADIES SWEATERS One Lot :

Wasdin house at Pratt and dark Mrs. James O. Toppins and ao :

Edgar Wilkinson, Pastor the Shi Smiths have moved Jacksonville. Mayme Eileen re Big Savings on All Jackets 1-3 0 F F 1-4 OFFI

from the Bronke house on Shore turned home with her grandmother ______________ _. _,,,____ i

I street to the R. A. Green house -_ _______

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I III Mr. and Mrs. Alton Roy and ; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plaster and :Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall spent]: :Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bitch and'son Mr. and Mrs. J: D. Hodge of Mr. and Mrs. John Milligan of

children of Winnsboro S. C. and .son Steve, an Mr. and Mrs H. the weekend fishing on the Stein- Franklin, spent the New Year'sweekend Palatka were Sunday guests of I Jacksonville, former Starke resi-

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McAliley of C. Douglas and family of Brooker hatchee River. in Valdosta, Ga.ith Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. dents, moved Into the lower apart-
Chester, S. C. were holiday guestsof were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and Mrs. T. H. Herndon.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton of,ment in the Avery Inn on Thurs-

vssiC.IN Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley. Mrs. J. K. Douglas. daughters, Sylvia and Dorothy and Mrs. Mark Adams and Atlanta, Ga. were holiday guests! !
(I Butch Smith returned to his New Year's Day guests of Mr. spent the Christmas holidays in family of Perry were weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson I day.Miss Linda Shiver of Waycross,

THE NEWS studies at the Georgia Military and Mrs. L. D. Green were Mr. Fort Myers with Mr. and Mrs. R. guests of Dr. M. B. Herlong and!and Mr. and :Mrs.! Leslie Big J Ga. was the holiday guest of Mr.
College on Sunday after a holiday and Mrs. Willard Pass and son, L. Alvarez and family I
I Mrs. Carrie Adams. Mrs. S. J. I I Dr and Mrs. T. Arthur Mccsley''!and Mrs. Paul Raymond.Miss .
',1 6 visit with his parents Mr. and Gene, of Tallahassee, L. P. Deesof Miss Dorothy Alvarez spent J Edwards of Jacksonville is spending of Jacksonville spent the first: of'I' Dorothy Ross spent the

Mrt and Mrs. James Norman of Mrs. Bill Scruggs and daughter, Mrs. Junius Smith. Butch was RaIeighN. C., Mrs. Irene Johnsof New Year's weekend in Belle this week with Dr Herlongand the week with Rev. and Mrs T. G'I holidays with relatives in Home-
Mrs. D. '
Columbus, Ga. and Miss Louise Kenny, of Monticello, former accompanied by Tommy Haines Green Cove Springs Glade, Miami and Homestead with Mrs. Adams. i Mitchell.I j j stead.
who went along for the ride up J. Clark of Tampa, Mrs. L. B. friends and relatives
and also at-
Johns of Jacksonville were holiday Starke residents are spendingthis and back. Dees of Mayo, Mr. and Mrs. Wood- tended the .' ., '-'!!!''"'-:,-''' '''';;''- G.--! '*-"-; .-! .. ... ....-= -
Orange Bowl --
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie week with Mrs. L. B. Moorer. game. i --- -
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hemingway row Dees of Live Oak and Mrs.
CoWek Rev. W. S. McAliley spent from Mr. and Mrs. Reid Shytle (the
andchildren of Elizabethtown C. D. Williams Mrs. Henrietta
Friends of Mrs Henry Gaskinsof Sunday through Thursday of last former Shirley Pollet) and children ,
N. C. were holiday guests of Mr. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Green
Bartow, the former Ada Ritch week In Birmingham and Alex- Jeanne, Johnnie and Jimmy,
,and Mrs. Orie Wiggins. and Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green,
of Raifprd! will regret to hear of ander City, Ala. on business and moved to Orlando on Dec. 23.
Friends of Mrs. Kate Sheppardwill all of Starke.
her death on Sunday, Dec. 27. visiting friends. Mrs. Wilma Dockstader and son,
regret to hear that she was Ladies Dresses, real bar- STARLING'SGROCERY
Mrs.. Gaskins was the sister of Miss Mildred Ayers returned to Bill, Buster Partin, and Pamela
admitted to St. Vincent's hospitalon I gains at Stump's.Mrs. .
Herbert Ritch and J. H. Ritch. the home of her sister, Mrs. Jack Monday for observation and Inez Kellv is in Tampa Faye Lawson spent New Year's

Ladles .Dresses,, real bar- Dempsey, after spending the holi- treatment.Mrs. making an extended visit with Day in Jacksonville.Mr. .

gains at Stump's.Leon days with her mother, Mrs. Ira I Ray Stone returned home her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Gus Lainas had as
W. Ayers Sr. in Fayetteville N. I
Moorer'returned to his Thursday after undergoing an !Donald-Kelly. their guests during the holidays
ship with the Merchant Marines, Miss Ayers is attending the U. C'I operation in St. Vincent's hospital Raymond and Marion Howe and Sam Parras of Canton, Ohio and

docked,"in; New York, on Monday F. last week. Mrs. Louise Wilson spent the Mr. and Mrs. Diamond and familyof AND MARKETPHONE
after a holiday visit with hisfanrhly Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Wallace of Mrs. Foster Shi Smith entertained weekend in Orlando visiting I Brooklyn, N. Y. After a tripto
Palatka were Sunday guests of .
I here.Mr at "open house" for a few friends. Tarpon Springs for the Cross 70 STARKE, FLA.
*end Mrs. W. J. Studs il1 and Mrs. Della Hoover. neighborhood friends on New Ceremonies they will return to
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and
children were guests of Mrs. Clara Mrs. D. B. Webb of Miami Year's day. stay at the Half Moon Hotel for
family had as holiday guests
Meeks in Jacksonville on New spent thl}. holidays with her par- Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and Mrs. two months.
and Mrs. Hugh H. Walters
ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark. I iRev.
Years day. Charles carried their daughters -
Darby I .
and daughters, Julia Ann, of La- Mrs. J. C. Hoover returned to
Mrs. W. B. Parks returned home PFC Joe Frith reports to Camp and
; Virginia Darby Mary Belle Mr. and :Mrs. W. R. Walters her home here Monday after Lbs. Potatoes
Saturday after three weeks visit Kilmer, N. J. today for overseas Wain- :
Katherine and Betty Lu
and daughter, Clair of Reids- spending the past five weeks with
I with her son-in-law and daughter, duty after a few days visit with to Jacksonville Tuesday of her I '
Wright ville. Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. sister, Mrs. Hildabelle Bence .
Mr. and Mrs. Dameron Black in his sisters, Mrs. Sidney W. Griffis last week for a five-day visit with Waltersof Jacksonville. in Jacksonville in order to be near I F 'EI With $5.00 or MorePurchase

Atlanta, Ga. and Mrs. W. L. Thiegpen, Jr. their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mr. Hoover, who has been a patient
Mrs. T. W. Oliver, Sr. of St. while enroute from Fort Bliss, I :Mrs. A. I. Spencer.Pat Mr. and Mrs. Milton St. Peter in Riverside Hospital. Friends
and son. Bob, and Miss Beryl Hol-
Simons Island and Mrs. T. W. Texas. I McGriff was the guest of will be interested to know that Mr.
Oliver, Jr. and children, Mary Ann Mrs. T. H. Osborne of Houston, Tom Evans at St. Augustine land of Gainesville were Sunday Hoover's condition is somewhat.I
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
and Tommy, of Fernandina Beach Texas spent the Christmas holi- Beach over the New Year's week- guests. better and he was brought homein
were recent guests of Mr. and day with her mother, Mrs. A. Mooty.Mr. an ambulance Tuesday. I Long Grain This weeks
end.Jack and Mrs. J. E. Hilderbranand BIG
Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Wood. Dempsey, who entered the
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lbs

,_ '_' "--r",_ ': .'.. --.. .: -:: -=:. _: _. .-:,:. ;:. -.:;.>:-: .-':;\ Lake for an City operation VA hospital, was dischargedon on Dec. 21 shopping family on were Saturday.in Jacksonville Solano W. McKinney last weekend and were children Mrs.and G. 3 39C

Mrs. Vincent Carnazza and COFFEE SALE
Thursday. Mrs. Bob Lane all of Jacksonville,
Truly Expert T II Wm. L. Gamble of Gary. Ind daughter. Teressa and Miss and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Solanoof K-P Can
and Mrs. Anita Sparkman of Ochella Odam of Jacksonville were St. .

\ Radio. And last Doyle week Tenn.by were the serious called to illness Starke of June Sunday Patel.afternoon guests of Miss a .holiday and Augustine.Mr. Mrs.trip P.to T.Key Nolin West enjoyed and- LUNCHEON MEAT 34C Max House tin Ib .91

SERVICE' I their mother, Mrs. M. J. Saden- Mrs. L. E. Jordon and son other points in South Florida ,
Harold Jordon, of Ovieda
stroke on Ensign
water, who suffered a
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wynn and
Dec 29. Because of Mrs. Sadenwater's were overnight guests Monday of children spent the recent holidayswith OSCEOLA MaxHouebaglb.88Oiase&Santinlb.90
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS condition she was flownto Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and relatives in Miami. Cans
week and Mr. Miss Annie Darby. All were din-
Ind. this
Gary Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Solano and TOMATOES 2 2SC
guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. C.
will, follow. They ner
Sadenwater &
their home southeast t Mendoza in Jacksonville Monday daughter, and Mr. and Mrs Tru-
will give up man Solano visited the J. A. t
Most Experienced 9 Finest Equipped( of Starke and will remain in In- evening.Mr.. and Mrs. W. T. Holtzendoriof Landrums in Brookville Sunday. Large Ripe
diana for the time being. Lake Geneva were weekend Ladies Dresses on clearanceat Lb Luzianna tin Ib .81
Satisfaction Guaranteed clearance .
9 Ladies Dresses on ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Stump's.Mr. BANANAS 1 DC
at Stump's.Mr. : and Mrs. C. S. Partin and
Holtzendorf, Sr.
and :Mrs. Nate Dyal with,
son, Buster, were holiday guestsof I. GDI! tin I .86
Chas. C. Shepherd Mrs. E. F. Vestal of Jacksonvilleattended Mrs. Charles Hardy and children relatives in Graceville. ,
the Saturday evening spent New Year's Day in Our Regular PriceCIGARETTES
!Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers Brown's Palatka with Mrs. Hardy's mother -
of "John i
i PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA. Body"performance in the George Washington, Mrs. G. E. McGauley. Pkg 21C Osceola, bag Ib .79

Auditorium in Jacksonville. Stars Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and: D ncTARKE :

yam ASK-THE-*,. MAM.WHO.KNQWS'> s. ;. .,. YOUR WATCHMAKER! mond Baxter.appearing Massey.Mr. Tyrone in. person Power were and Ann Ray- vens son Patsy., of Gene.Linda Jacksonville of and Tallahassee Marjorie were holiday Ste-and L FL'\ Our Regular Price I Blue Plate, tin, Ib .90 I

ruests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Tall Cans
: have. and returned Mrs. Martin to their Christiansen home- Green. Fri., Sat. Jan. 8, 9 MILK I L 3 40C INSTANT COFFEE

in Cedar Falls, Iowa after a visit Mrs. Florence Lyons, former: DOUBLE FEATURE-
with their brother and sister-in- Starke resident, returned last Jesse JamesWith

aR law. Mr. and Mrs. John Christian- wittt week relatives from a la two Rush months dtyKMlnn.visit Tyrone' Power and Henry APPLE Lb Jar 21cI Max.Housesmall .52
f r.', UP v l sen.Miss Dorothy Gibson has re- sonville.Mrs. Lyons is now living In Jack- -Fonda ANDSomething JELLY J E L L 2 :

8rCp turned to her home in Newark,, .
W 4 p.Dee6 of Raleigh,.N..C. was For The Max jlouse 148 I
her mother a
N. J. after visiting :
the: ..weekend guest..of'his sisters, .' ,
Mrs. Bessie Gibson in Lawtey. Mrs.:: .C D. Williams and' Mrs. Birds Qt I
Miss Gibson returned by Eastern CLORX L 1SC
I Air Lines. Henrietta Hunt With Victor Mature and Nes Cafe small .52
Where Is No Substitute Mr*. C. V- Lad of Dlerv Alpine. Patrlca Neal !
T 'tt. C. Dampier has returned to .t
j N. c: and Mrs. C. F. James of Pins Serial "King of the COn-
the V. A. hospital in Lake City Marion, N. C. made a short visit go" Chapter 5 and Cartoon Nes Cafe
EXPERIENCE I i for further observation and treat- this week with Mr. and Mrs L. A. GRITS Lbs 33cI fee 1.49 I k

jj- ments. Davis. Sun., Mon. Jan. 10, 11 S 5
I Mr. and Mrs Raymond Howe Mrs. O. and Mrs.
C. Dupuis.
The Dark
"My Personal Integrity and Profession Back by More : Jr. and son, David of St. Angus, Harry Basset and children of Ala- CommandWith Chase & San Ige 1.05;
weekend with Gen John Wayne and Claire ,
I than Forty Years EXPERIENCE Repairing "Chrono tine spent the chua were Sunday guests of Mrs. CABIN HOME i

I graphs"'Watches' that"Perpectual require the Self-winding"Greatest Accuracy.and "Railway is YOUR ,I Howe.Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Dampier, Ada Miss Alexander.Marian Davis of Orlando PIns Cartoon Trevor and News MEAL E L 5 Lbs 29 FiSanka! small .61

Guarantee of Satisfaction. and Mr. and Mrs. Parker Dampier was the weekend guest of Mr. and 6
Tues. Jan. 12 ONLY
and children of Jacksonville wereSunday Mrs. T. H. Slade. -
guests of Mr. and Mrs, Dr. and Mrs. C. J. and JAMAICA RUN : Sanka
See Our Window Display Houpt Scotts 2'/2 Size, PORK & lie 1.18'B
brought; ,
R. C. Dampier. They Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins were With Ray Milland and Arlene

I.I HAS AND NO BE SUBSTITUTE CONVINCED THAT QUALITY Billy piers. Dampier visit with home the Parker afterweek's Dam hi I, m urday Miami game and from attended while Wednesday there.the to OrangeBowl Sat Plus News Dahl and Cartoon EANS E S 2 Cans 3SCI j| Over Sea, small .46

II I : Miss Wilma Alexander was a t Miss Lillian Stump returned tc I Wed., Thur. Jan.
13, 14
patient In Doctor's Clinic HospitalI I Ochlocknee, Ga. with her sister, Cream Style Over
Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry I with pleurisy the first of th Mrs. John Griffin, on Saturday for: Big Feature Cartoons and 28 Minutesof Cans 25cI Sea, Ige .89

1 week. a visit until Monday C 0 R N 2
I The House of Fine Diamonds" Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel spent Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman: The Story Of

New Year's Day in Brunswick,, left Tuesday of last week for
Three LovesIN
STARKE'S LEADING JEWELER Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. Thad Dan Miami for a ten day visit with Tender POVIDEDS
kel. They brought their son, Nat,I Mrs. C. F. Sayles. Enroute homethey S5cI
-- --- - --. Jr., home after several days visit t: will visit Rev. and Mrs. Ben. With Pier Angell and Ethel Lb

.'. :-= := '_ ,' -. .:i_ .:- :.. .:::' with Mr.the and Thad:Mrs. Dankels.R. O. Dansby, and,I Montgomery Mr. and Mrs.in Bradenton.Edward Carswell 1', -ANn-Barrymore ROUND STEAK Tide i Pkg

family and Miss Linda Shiver oi had as dinner guests at the Gold TOM JERRY
Waycross Ga. visited Mrs. R. J. House on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cheer
Andrews in Orangs Park on New. Arthur Williams Mrs. Bertha Gold Medal Cartoon Carnival Lb i

Year's Day. Pearce of Starke and Mrs. :Mary 28 Minutes In Technicolor LOIN STEAK 49 .

Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and son., Lane and Mrs. Louise Robles of.l I Plus Latest Work News I /Pub 3

the weekenditb Jacksonville. _.
Dedicated To Community Service '
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and I Tender and Meaty E 7'VIEINERS
"Movie Are Better Than Ever"If _.
-""' ''''' .. Surf
family in Jacksonville. ;,... __ 'N' : ._... Lb 34cI
you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre A d I T K. McClane of Winter Par k ROAST
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS,\was the overnight guest Satur 8 PIECELIVING Yep 1rl
day of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke. :

Sat., Jan 9-ONLY Tues., Wed.-Jan. 12, 13 Mrs. John Love Wilkes of Jacksonville
DOUBLE FEATURE i is making an extend*( ROOM I theft
visit with her sister. Mrs. A. 2 'Lb 23cI

y Adkins. GROUP _
Mrs. Sam Anderson is spendin I I
month in Narangansett. R 1
a I QfiflP
with her son and family. Mr an< $139.95Phone Cullisous
t 1 Mrs. Lyle Andersen Jr. and thei '

'r' new baby daughter. Mary Alice 80 Starke, Fla. BOLOGNA L Lb 23
CDIOR 3 for
who was born Dec 27. Camay
1 Mr. and Mrs. A. B Walker am 2-END TABLES

11 APARAYOUMIr..t PICT6iE son Gene of Savannah. Ga werMrs e COCKTAIL TABLE OTTOMAN The Best WHITE
weekend guests of MJ and PLASTIC PLAT 2-TABLE LAMPS i LUX
1, A CiA.bn ttfnt Ewell Lawson.Mr. FORM ROCKER 1-SOFA BED Lb.
and Mrs. O E Ray an AndGambler Plus "Growing Pains" Cartoon Palmolive
family of Jacksonville were week
and Latest World News Mrs. Merril 1 23
and the Lady end guests of Mr. and I

With All Star Cast Edwards.Mrs. .

Plus "Christopher Crumpet C. L. COOPER visiting. D.Mrs.J.L.Clark D. Green of Tampa and Mrs v 3 U HAMBURGER Lb 39c1 Cashmere :

Cartoon and Chap. No. 11 SerialR.
C. D. Williams this weekE. 4i J

R ALVAREZ Thur., Fri.-Jan. 14, 15 J. Flynn, who underwent ai : _, IvoryWe

operation recently in Bethesdi
1 Naval Hospital, Bethesda. Md
Son. Mom Jan. 10, 11jOAMBO -So : is returning to the JacksonvillE NOTICE

Tbijist, Naval hospital this weekend. DRINKS S .

Mrs. Viola Lee of Mobile. Ala. have permission from Mr. Earl
R ] the New Year's weekend
1 lf" I oYby with Mrs. E. J. Flynn and Mrs W I Cook to invite his customers to trade PEPSI COLA ROOT BEER

i( C D. Faxon. with us. We offer Good N Cheap (Frostee) R. C. COLA GRAP-
,101I Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hunt ETTE L
PARK GABLE lIKEI $. .pTECHU1tO&Ol and son of Bonifay were holidayguests : cash prices. WHISTLE

AYA KATHRYN \ of Mr. Hunt's mother,; Similar To CARTONr

GRAYSOr Mrs.Miss Henrietta Mandy Deas Hunt.of Valdosta, Above Picture We will deliver orders of $5.00 or mere Friday 4

Plus "Tom Tom Tom Cat" ti t Ga. spent the holidays with Mr and Saturday, In City limits FREE. Out of Town I 25 C

Cartoon nd,Latest World New Plus "Old Glory Cartoon and Mrs. John Deas, Jr. Small Down Terms Small Charge. Deliveries at 11dock A.M. and i
Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Oonnei Payment Easy
4 o'clock P.!t.
I I''J
spent from Wednesday to Sunday
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n n. -+- Miami. .. -, .. ...- :-;- : 7i.._. __:: :________:__ :_::______::_:____:_._____-____

FRIDAY, JANUARY_ __ JL_, 1fi&4
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a I Court(Probate of the Couaty Law 1933)la Judge, r':- : : : ::.: : ; '; : :: .:::_: --:.-" .: : :=--' := :,- '-,. ".,:, ':_ _, .. '__:, *

FARMER'SDIARY Took another look at Dave Shu- Lots of vexatious things hap- Bradford Coaaty,
I ford's heifer, which has had her pen on a farm. Lots of things re the Mate! Estate of Florida.In of Freed. B. Clark, FROZEN F OD &
calf recently, and it is an extra which almost make a farmer grow Deceased ALL, WHOM In Probate.TO IT MAY. CONCERN: FRTIVAI!!

special animal According to Char- red in the face, and make him Notice is hereby g'ven that Mamie

lie Shuford, who has had about want to hoot'n holler! The other Lee Administratrix Clark .filed of her the final report as ....."" ....,--
The author win be glad to receive estate of
Items of Internet concernIng 50 years experience with milk day, in all that hard rain Sam Fre-di B. Clark deceased! that shefifed
the activities of farmers la cows, this heifer is one of the six had to carry water to the chickens. and petition that she for will final apply discharge to-
What did he do but the Honorable Theron ,
dump half of A. Yawn
Bradford County.8oueatlons maybe or seven best he has ever seen.
County Judge of Bradford ,
it inside his boot! County .
left at the Telegraph office or The heifer is giving three gallonsof Florida on the 25 day of January. :::::::::::
mailed to Sam McCarvey. Lawtey, milk now. She is a Guernsey. 1954 for approval of same and for =
NOTICE 1O APPEARIn final discharge as Administratrixof
S. Circuit Court Bradford Coaitr the estate of Frf edi B. Clark, deceased ---
By Sam McGanrey Our berry plants are trying to Florida I IB CIIa. rT. on this 2:!! day of December, ?
Edward Lope Plaintiff, vs. Jeanne 1953.
. . . ................................. grow, despite their poor condition. Lope Defendant. Mamie Lee Clark. Administratrixof ;i;;::: t
r-------------- They are rather flat in shape, Case No. 10-258 the estate of Freedi B. Clark, ..,
Notice T -
The day was bright and warm, of doors i- see what damage had and every time it rains the leaves : Jeanne Lope whose residenceand deceased. pplE=
and as Sam pushed the wheel hoe been dose! by all the rain. It was are buried in the soil. There area address is: 148 Richmond 12/25 4t 1/5 ::::::: N00
Street Brooklyn 8, New York.
and down the berry beds, and warm and sunny Saturday, and few green berries, and a pretty You are hereby notified that a
up we were glad that we're not coop- I fair crop of bloom right now. The suit for divorce, custody, control FAST SAFE Help //IIIII'I-
the more he got done the better ed living in the city. and support of minor children
he felt. The soil was wet and packed I up e 90's are growing.. has above been named tiled Court against and you in the Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat., Jan. 10

and the berry cause and /Child's __, ._
quite badly It is hard to realize it, but The plants need fertilizing, justas YOU are required to serve a copy of Cough -- = = ._
seemed to be shouting with your answer or pleading to the
plants joy, as! they got rid of some mois- spring planting days are only a soon as possible. With all the eomplaint Attorney on the T. Plaintiffs Frank Land rum. For coughs and acute bronchitis due to U. S. No. 1 White Cobbler
needed air in- matter of six weeks aw y. rain we've had just about all of Starke Florida colds you can now get Creomulsion
ture, and got some Which that we should hare the nutrients must have been I and file the original In the office s prepared for Children in anew Lbs
to the soil. By late afternoon, Sam means i of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton pink and blue package and be sure:
had been over most of the patch tomato, pepper, eggplant, and leached out, and the roots must or before the (1) Your child will like it. POTATOES s 10 23Ci

and was hurrying, trying to finish others seeded in the cold frame I be bumping into each other search- otherwise 25 day the of January allegations 1954 of; said I (2) It contains only safe, proven i

clouds appeared. now. When we think of planting ing for food. Complaint will be taKen as confessed I ingredients.
up when the S by you. I i I (3) It contains no narcotics to disturb
remember last Crisp Pascal
In a little while it was raining sweet corn, we Tkinotice shall 'Je published nature's processes.
the patch year and we shudder. We did not And after this season no one once each week for four consecutive I (4) It will aid nature ta soothe and
again and before long all the raise enough then to get one will have to tell us why berry I weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I heal raw, tender, inflamed throat and Stalks
was as bad as ever, and rraph. bronchial membranes, thus relieving eEL LERY E 2
.good mess for ourselves. growers around here put their Dated this 22 day of December, I 13CCello
work was lost. beds. We'll I 1953. the cough and promoting rest and
berries up on high (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I sleep Ask for Creomulsion for Children
start of When we feed cottonseed mealto make ours a good deal higher Clerk of the Circuit Court in the pink and blue package.CREOfVIUL'SION.
But that was only the I I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Pack Fresh
a very rainy spell that lasted Comfort we have a time try- next year. : 12/25 4t 1/15 CrispCARROTS

about three days and before it ing to keep her no-good son Slug- I of telling NOTICE: TO APHF.*R FOR CHILDREN \ Pkgs
ger, from stealing it from :Ma. Mr. Pierce Lawtey was OTICE
whole farm was OF INTKVTIOVTO
was soaking over, dripping our wet, with pud- Comfort is giving milk to the I, us the other day about his MAKE APPLICATION FOR i nfimt Cwgks CktJt C.Wt. Aorta 'r dI 1s-1 S 2 23C

scoundrel, is bred and making home-made grits and it made us - -
each other. --
dles piled on top of '
the sun came another calf, and trying to keep hungry to hear him. We can imagine - - - -
As usual the temperature rose .her own body maintained, and l'i how good the grits are, to Nebraska Red Bliss Juicy Florida
out again
I still has him off from !,say nothing of the corn bread!
and we had our fine weather, and I eating her to feed.fight There is not If we can raise some corn this : NOTICEEvery : Ibs
we wondered how it could ever I POTATOES 5
have been so bad.e e much chivalry. in. .the barnyard. I year ground., we're going. .to have some I 2SC GR'FRUIT Bibs 39C I

The only report we had of any We usually don't go through reminds of the Ij I
All of which Us
the New Year'sResoluUons
hokus-pokus of
however, j Sweet
farmer losing any crops debate whether it to raise Winesap Bag
which told that "Dopsy"Griffis as it seems that we pays person who owns property in Bradj
was one Some
had lost some of his berry break them about as fast as we 'i I field claim corn that around the yield here.is so low j ford County, Florida, should file a Tax Return and POTATOES 4'bs 39C lbs
because of .all the rain. We them. However, when it APPLES 4 SSC
plants think it likely that others had comes to farming, we are resolvedto I that a man could the buy it,cheaper.and we I j apply for Homestead Exemptions with the County
Others claim opposite
also. : Tax Assessor on or before the First Day of Apirl, j
some damage don't know. I
are in between, for we I j
Plant only as much as
I 0 can
which reasonably take care of. Experi- But we do think that there is no Fresh Fancy Grade "A" Fla. SIb bag
Our kitchen garden
field I
than a good
prettier sight
looked good not so long ago, now ence has already shown us the of com. Following are the classes of property for
is in sorry shape. There's some futility of planting a lot and losing II TOMATOES2'bs39C ORANGES 29c
which the should file
by it because of inadequate care. Taxpayer his return:
damaged from being nipped Alice saw some mistleto grow- I
all Take better care of what we do
the cold and a lot more from ing in oak trees near Highlandand
the rain. The beds are Just about plant It stands to reason that we
now she wants to get some REAL ESTATE
washed away, and we have a lot might better keep half an acre of! started in our oak trees. That

of work ahead of us to get the sweet I corn dean and crowine1. instead seems to be a rather broad hint I

garden back into growingshape of planting a whole field and YOUR LAND PLUS IMPROVEMENTS
again. However, IF it will stop have the weeds eat it up. Frozen FoodsACE

raining, we might be able to do ]Dust and spray whenever neces- COLONIAL
some work. sary, and try to keep ahead of the PERSONAL PROPERTYSTOCKS :
doggone insects, instead of con-

The crop of hairy indigo seed tinually trying to repair damage I j HIGH Concentrated .
which we wanted to r-rtially harvest already done.If FLORISTFLOWERS OF MERCHANDISE,
week, we do nothing else in 54, Cans
was mature during the we
but the field was so wet that we.. certainly are going to try to live
without getting up to these simple rules. MACHINERY
could not get in LIVESTOCK,
bogged down. If we have much For All Occasions II
more rain, the two of us are goingto Man alive but can't a fireplace TRACTORS, FARM EQUIPMENT, I' Quick-Frozen Breaded Pan-Redi
grow webbed feet. really eat up the wood? Seem? PHONE 218 I
to us that ours has an especiallyravenous : EtCetera I Pkg -

Dug about Jive bushels of tine appetite and that in cold I SHRIMP 65C

fall Irish potatoesthia\ week, and weather we have time for nothing Intangible Personal PropertyTHIS j
have about II''many :out in the else.but gathering wood. But isn'tit (j) I
comfortable to sit in front of a j
.field: yet.. One thing we. SWANSON'S
JEWELL Frozen Fresh
la that some of the spuda have nice, warm, open fire? INCLUDES STOCKS, BONDS, I
a hollow spot in the center; it Frying Chicken
does not appear to be a rot and Alice has a beautiful holly bush, POTTERY .- j

we don't know what it is. And given her by Mom as a Christmas jt I L LEGS THIGHS
speaking of potatoes, we heard present. We brought a couple of POTTED PLANTS t or TURKEY
that growers could not give them them. down from Jersey, but they I II
away on the Jacksonville market. did not live. However, this one Flowers WiredAnywhere GENE LONG
Well, we have something to eat, was raised around here, and it I II or
should do well. We will see if it MEAT PIES BREASTS
anyway. -
e e bears berries. If it doesn't, we'llget Nona St. Starke I TAX ASSESSOR I : I

cold, wet a boy or girl holly bush (how .
Christmas Day was
And windy and we decided to the heck do you tell the differ- -.: _-, __. .-iSJ:.:, -..:-:..;.$;,;. c-------- ------r'. For Lb Pkg -
3 89C 89C
give all our stock a double
When the cows came up to rauon.l-

we felt sorry for them,
days like this that they I
is on All Flavors SUPERBRAND .
need some shelter. Some day we 40 'tAeadc5i1
hope to build a loafing shed where c c. Gal
,. they can get in out of the cold, 'Wct u ICE CREAM 69C

driving rain. In the meantime,.we : : : i I

give ry them them through.cottonseed meal to car- 'j : ;: : I,

S a V >

The cows seem to be able to \ Chase & Sanborn (Limit 1 with $5 or More Order)

stand bad weather much more ;
easily than the "little ones". Hope, \4

for example, looked so shivery and

miserable, all hunched up, that we Lb Can
coaxed her into a shed and gave 79CAll

her some extra feed. Soon we hopeto V $ U .. D

turn them all into the rye and T ft

then they will have much better x


; Brands (Limit 6 with $5 or More Order)
We drove to Sam's folks in
South Jacksonville for ChristmasDay 3 Tall Cans i

and had a very enjoyabletime EVAP. MILK 35C ,

in the warmth and comfort \ : t: ci

that a city home affords. Alice

gave Mom a little tree for Xmas, I
and home-made chocolates, pra-
lines, fudge, and cookies to the DONALD DUCK BARGE AlaskaSALMON

others. How much richer our lives
are because of the spirit of Christ


But it was good to get back to f
our farm, even if the temperaturein x. >.: Qt Ho 1 Cans

the living room was a chilly v 49C 33C I

42 degrees. However we got the 41K.

fireplace going and then got out !
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Let Us Thoroughly ,.._19 lei U. S. "CHOICE" Grade, Eat-Rite Beef !

t. ,Wash Your 9 Pounds Clothes Nt 4-Daar s.cIa. dIf CHUG ROAST S Lb 39c' i 1

stands to reason that you'll get the fined Vorve-Jn-Heoo1 n&no ia rte Icw-prkt field I

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FRAY, JANUARY 8, .131: -_. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Con.1 otherwise the allegations of said Bradford County SEAL) Charles A. DarbjJAs
Jin! nitrate of soda and moves rapidly mother, Mrs. Doris Kelley: and [Visiting I Telegraph shall OFFICIAL 7
will be
'Complaint taken as confessed luolish this Order next four Clerk of said Court.
last weekend
soil. Ammonia- other relatives here. nerly of Leesburg by .
through the you. ij weekly issues.Witness L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Barry and j This notice shall ..e publishedonce By Marian .
from QM. 3 Marshall Mott is spend- I hand 397 i' :- '-ited
v r r caJ nitrogen comes com- I each week for four consecutive my and official :Martin J. Pearl. 01
1ri pounds like sulphate of ammoniaand ing a few weeks with his parents, son Wilbur were visiting :Mr_ I weeks in the EraiKortl County Tele seal at :tarke.. FK-i da, this December Building, JacksomilU ;. h.; da.
nitrateby Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott. and Mrs. C. C. Dees of Haines: graph. I IT, li'O '. J ittys. for PIt. 1. l' i': tSThat's
d must be converted to I Dated this 22 day of December,
dt soil bacteria before it is used. Cecil Melvin was home this City Friday. Saturday and Sundaywas ,1563. iW!
I Water-soluble organic converts weekend visiting relatives.Mr. spent with Mr. and Mrs. J.W. .. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court Our BusinessIf
I rapidly. Water insoluble organic and Mrs. Cecil Davis and Connerly. ..I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
usually consists of animal and son Glenn of South Carolina are Just a reminder that the Brook- 12/25 H 1,15 I L s s It's Glass We Have It!
avail- home with their er Garden Club will have it's:
vegetable products and is parents for two VISIT
i monthly meeting on Friday, Jan- In The Circuit Court Of Bradfords'eu.ty I CALL or
not usually weeks.
I able slowly. This is Florida IB rhaaeerr.Herbert I
of uary 15 at 8:00: at the Community Lee MoCoslin: Plaintiff.
I considered an efficient Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edward's o>
Glass Co
Center. -Marcia Janice McCoblin. Defendant Joe Peters
By Ceo. T. Hugging I nitrogen. It costs more and may Gainesville were the weekend. I Case Xo. 10-252:

F r Agent not become available for the crop guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. j I Order Of Publl.aloaad Notice FOR ANY GLASS NEED
for which it was intended.In Hodges. TIlE RIGHT POINT for the To spear: State al Florida To: i
I !! Marcia Janice 'I. Wi Modern Store Fronts
Agricultural Extension Service way you write. Come In and select McCoshn, whi serssidene Design
the the analysis Miss Lavonia Hodges was visi- J and address II': 1238-Aj
general, higher I Just Mail Us A Pattern for
your favorite ESTERBROOK Carolina Street. San Francisco, Calfor I
north of the Starke the cost ting Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brownin "
timber just material the less is 'ua.
I Fan Bureau Special Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at Table Tops
meetings Farmers' Market on U. S. 301. unit of material wanted. It Waycross, Ga. Sunday. !1 You arereyused| to appear i.n '
One of the most important -II of per Miss Jackie Green was visiting BRADFQRD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .inuatj- 1'. t54.; In the abut nam.1| 1313 NoW 4th PI Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353YOUR
is in charge lower
of the year will be held at V. R. Ferguson costs as much to mix a Ird 'out and ,.Il1 wherein pla nt -
arrangements. The program the one. friends and relatves in Palatka ft --K.- di\i'iie Mippnrt ..Hldma.n '
the courthouse Friday. Jan. 15, local analysis aa .
last week. nanct ut inini children
at 10 a. m. and will end.
at 730: p. m. Liming the soil to get the proper NOTICE TO APPEAR --
interested in new about 2 p. m. Remember the date, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges were la Circuit Court Bradford County, '- ...; :,.,,,:,,,:,...::;"' ;'- '" = ,, ',.., ,', ", .. ., .. :
Are you any 22nd. I pH is very important in orderto the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. Florida: In Chaarrrr.f'earl ; z.-i" ;: ""-::'; -:; ':'i,;;; :;:;; "1...;: c -- ,: ,"c _; :__;: ;;.-.c. : ; .; :; -: ;-.
pasture development Are you January get maximum fertilizer effi- Rosen PlaintiffLrah.l1l
M. Chambers of Jacksonville. ItoM-n, Ln-fendant
interested in recent changes in Report From CanegrowerThis ciency. This conversion of nitro-
Mrs. Chambers Case No 10-25;;j
returned home
varieties of field crops? Have farmer hall a small patchof is much slower as acid soils Notice To Appear. T.V.
you heard about the possibilitiesof cane'and had used plenty of while elements such as potassiumand with three Mr.day and visit.Mrs. Hodge to spenda dt-aoe ToAbraham: a-id address Rosen is1171: Chose ri Ea..t<-:t- Convert J I II L':10W

growing soybeans in Bradford high quality fertilizer. Soon he magnesium are leached out I 14th Street, Ert.ulyn, New York FOR
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor of'' You are hereby notified that
county All this plus timely observed that the cane was far faster on acid soils. suit for a
cuasion on young vegetable crops above his head. In fact, when Palatka were visiting the Roy I Divorce custody and i-untiul uf Programs To Start Approximately!
We have a mighty good bulletin Greens I Saturday.
minor child
January 1st
will make up the January Farm standing.in the patch and lookingup :
giving in simple languagesome Wallace Parrish and Gerald Gayof I has been filed against you In the
Bureau meeting. he couldn' see the tops. The above named Court and cause and
This is for all 'problem was cutting the cane and good fertilizer information. Jacksonville spend the weekend I you a-e required to serve a copy of We Have 7 Months Experience S
a meeting farm-j'I It is called KNOW YOUR FER- with their parents. I your answer or pleading to the I With U.H.F.
era. You are just as getting it to a mill. He finally complaint on the Plaintiffs I
I TILIZER and it is free to you. Jimmy Suggs, and his brother, Attorney T. Frank Landrura.
decided to bore holes in the stalks
member are I
any II Starke, Florida
We can also assist you in testing
Jerry had as their guests Gerald ,
urged to attend this meeting. and insert a faucet in each hole. and file the original In the office of
Mark the 15th on your calendarand All he had to do then was turn on your soil if you,request. and Austin Gay Sunda)'. I ur the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on I BE READY TO ENJOY THESE

meet us at the courthouse on the faucet and let the juice drain t.nn..mvmnYYTVYVYBROOKER Frances and Jackie Barry were !i :2 j daof Jum.aii. l'!< ,4.

that night. out. He supplied the entire com- : PROGRAMS SEE US TODAY

Special Forestry Day munity with juice for making
(Believe it or not!) I : I
of syrup. I
You may have only one acre ABOUT CONVERTING YOUR

pines or you may have a thousand,I I Some Fertilizer Information I MOVING I <

but January 22nd is the day for I I Plants require at least 15 different -, By Polly Wait Jr. TV

you to see and learn more about elements for best growth. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Mr. -

pine tree operations. This program I I Some such as iron copper, man- I LOCAL S Safe PHONE I

will be sponsored by the Indus- I ganese, zinc, and boron are essential and Mrs. Ernest Edwardshad I OR Dependable
of the SeaboardAir as their Sunday guests, Mr. LONG 0 Reasonable Prices Work Guaranteed
trial Department 1 but are required in only -I EconomIcal 311 a ,
Earl Green and
and Mrs. daughters
Line Railroad and in coopera- minute quantities. The three ele- I DISTANCE .
tion with your local Vocational ments needed in greatest quantities Shirley and Linda Gayle and e R. B. Alvarez OR
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Vickery of i I
Agriculture Department, the Ag- nitrogen potassium and
ricultural Extension Service phosphorus.are Some crops need magnesium Gainesville. The Vickery family is I I Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J

Southeastern Forestry Experi- and few other elements leaving Monday to make their i; Dtlcher( Bros. STORAGE CO. Chas. C. ShepherdT.V.

home in DeFuniak Springs.Mr.
ment Station and Florida Forest I added each year. Calcium usuallyis I

Service. Representative Doyle supplied by liming. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. '

Conner and others are assisting: You must know your fertilizerto and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham (; STORAGEPerr'man RADIO --I SEAT COVERS

in arranging the program. [ know what to expect. For example Sr. were dinner guests of Mr. and |' PHONE 239 STARKE FLA.
There will be a discussion and !I a four percent nitrogen Mrs. Robert Hiers of Gainesville Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida I

demonstration of the latest and I might consist of one percent each Tuesday evening I -" ---- '
most practical forestry practices. [! from nitrate nitrogen ammoniacal Guests of Mr. and :Mrs. W. E.

Lunch will be served free to per-j:nitrogen water-soluble organicand Bigham Friday were Mr. andMrs. ,
sons attending. The entire pro-) water-insoluble organic nitro- Maury Blalock of Madison I' 1 1 A

gram will be held in the plot of gen. The nitrate in the type found and Mr. and Mrs. Edson Wood and i 1

children Chuckie and Pattie ofj 1 the"worth more"

Lakeland. j! car

Mrs. Ernest Edwards and children -
For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write
Peggy and Gene and Mrs.

Mrs. G. E. Green and daughter, declares a dividend r :
FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND Linda Gayle spent Thursday with

their sister, Mrs. Ronald Barnetteof
Jacksonville. ""
2220 N. W 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla. Arthur Kelley of Norfolk, Va. l : ..:" ,

DEMPSEY R. SAPP Owner is home visiting his parents Mr.I
and Mrs. C. S. Kelley and other /lJgg1l
MOSS CONTROL relatives. I

PECAN, TREES SHADE TREES, ETC. Arthur and L. C. Kelley were. ... ..
business in Wildwood Saturday.
Contact Us Now For Estimates on 1.,
Ray Gano of Swan Lake spent Zi we. ,p.. $ .
9 Household & Commercial 'Gano.grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. t -a Y:;A .y \

'I ,
Exterminating Pete Douglas of Starke. Mr. j ; ?e 1
:, '
and Mrs. James Hamilton of Ala- :
Rodent Control !
chua, Miss Ernestine McCloud of
I Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. '
... Thomas Hamilton attended the .N

:. .. "._. _,. .-.:; "" football at Jacksonville. I,
r' .. ::" -: _' : : ::: -:. ;. ;: i game n
I James Hamilton spent this / '
:<. :-',
I weekend at home. He is now i| : '1

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F j aboard the U.S.S. Champlain in 3 '""'" '

I j Mayport. i p id/G swap aNE"d t .

pFULLY !! Mr. and Mrs W. C. Atkinson of _ } -. -- _tey < ."".3..,. : ''$:,"<""t.."} !..1'
I II "" ;. :
I Donaldsonville, Ga. and Airman ] ''' '''
I 1st Class Luther Atkinson of Marietta ..,.am. .a.k 1 / / -,..., .- am ;. ..-. -,.' ...7........ k. .. ..
| were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
the most modern and efficient equip- I JC. L. Atkinson Tuesday through I ,

ment available to the profession is ;! Thursday. I| 3 distinctive lines ,

used by this funeral home in main- I|I Mrs. Joyce Castlen and children -14 brilliant

taining its well known standard of I returned to their home in Owens- j body styles The new 130'h __ The new 11Sh.p

Service. i boro after spending several weeks;. YOU'LL R 1 ,
I FIND THAT EACH new feature in the 54 Ford

with his parents. j is an extra dividend in driving enjoyment establishes
Milton Mott is relatives '
DeWITT C. JONESPhone in Jacksonville visiting this week.; I.1 Ford, even more in '54, as the "Worth More"o e''block

car.You get a special' 1 dividend styling with Ford'sdistinctive
7 Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. John Mott of I
.. new appearance. You get sparkling new
t. -f fee _s=ss r.M. Gainesville was visiting the L. A.
interiors, too, that are a dividend in themselves.OVElHEAD
Funeral Director Ambulance Service Motts Sunday. I And each of the new Fords gives you special divi: INTAKE MANIFOLD VALVES
Pfc. and Mrs. Bennie McRae left
dends in ride and performance with BallHIGH..
slur local funeral home enables us to otter conveniences tad last Wednesday after a ten days I new JUMUUNCt HIGHTMBWUfcCr.
I Joint Front the -
Suspension, advance in
services not otherwise available.We leave. COMBUSTION .
I chassis design in 20 years with your choice ofFord's CHAMBERS : COMBUSTION
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. !
II I M : : low-friction Y-block Y-8 or I-block Six, ; CHAMBERS f. It L ORt
Thomas and the
family through i
furnish the highest type eenrice at lowest prices, and past.week were Mr. .and Mrs. Jeff''' thejnost modern engines in any car today! With MANOiD

acct.pt ANY life Insurance policy ia force, lasted by ANY Parish and son Lowell of Gainesville 28 brilliant new models to choose from youll find : .
the exact car to suit tastes and SHOAT-ttftOKF, SHORT- I
company: as payment in part or in full on a funeral Mr. and Mrs. Marcus ConI :; your requirements. STROKE, ..
Come in See and Test Drive the '54 Ford.IOW.fRICTION e DEEP CAST > DUP-CAST
Consultation carries U obllgtUon.x I ner and children of Bayless High- DESIGN .Y" BLOCK tOMMRJCTlOM "r' HOC

I I I j way and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Crosby DESIGN

and daughter of Leesburg.Mr. .
''I ,
and Mrs. H. W. Wait andi

'.. > ''f ;WC3(; I family entertained Mr. and Mrs. New Boll-Joint Front Suspension
j HELPS WIN j Franklin Yancey of Clarksville, If The greatest engine advances since the original FORD V-8

I "'a THE WAR OF THEREVOLUTION A :I I Va. and Mr. and Mrs. C. Wesley This revolutionary new suspen

Larson of Gainesville Friday. lowdown
> / the I-block valves for emfriction friction losses .
# J Mrs. Cecil Moore of Jacksonville wheel travel for a Six have overhead most design cuts gives you more
.r smoother ride And it helps cient high-compression operation on today fuels.Valves usable horsepower, more miles per gallon of gasoline.
feSh[ Bank of North America Mr. and Mrs H. F. Ware keep wheels m true alignment
} and Val Harrell of St. Petersburg for consistently easy handling. are free-breatlilng to give you the most GO freeNew high-turbulence combustion chambers assure aMovementofwheelsisonbail
+ I4 thefi'rstbankintheUnited were visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. O. turning to seat tightly and maintain high compression. more thorough mixing of fuel and air for faster, more .

m (1781 by Robert Morris, I this weekend. i iI motion-nght or left extends well below the crankshaft for greater strength You'll find these new Ford power plants are the greatest

patriot I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lewis of and rigidity smoother, quieter performance and engine advances since the original Ford V-8.
I o yne finana"ery I
Tampa were visiting Mr. and Mrs.

JUS direct purpose II Guy Harrell over the holidays.Mrs. I
j) was to aid Lottie Edwards and Mrs. Plus five optional power assists you might find

Washington'sarmy 10. W. Barry were shopping in only in America's costliest cars

with I Gainesville Saturday.
I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin and
w i' rations andpayffe'f'Zf! family were visiting Mrs. William

_**<*:...,-.&..! i Fowler and daughter in Hampton

The Savings of patriots like Robert .J/orrislrere i 1 Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hayes of
f More than ever...
i Chattanooga, Tenn, Mrs. Edna i
available to meet a great emergency win the I
: Hayes, and Fred Wilson of Gaines- i!
colonies independence. I ville were dinner guests of Mr. and -

Mrs. Guy Harrell. ItIJStIr.G dpi erase stario C hiUnrrnlnbs'Pmr.LilW'iI t ws 4-WijPtnrtal Frinufe Drift I
A savings account in bank THE AMERICAN ROAD
our will
help you 1 Those enjoying the singing convention j H des at to 75 JS of your ttmtftf Power don B? to ....lIIird of W.idowj ofxi or dose at the Push one of two nabob and Poe lit On louMtkRcn of a j
at Sardis Church Sunday ,i wk for pie makes pikIn the walk of stopping for ycjl' twtcH if a buttes under and the front seal goes up or sown tat brew ounrtir plus Hit I ;
meet any emergency. Funds transferred or deposited *a pt w( lAva iraa ell you..t. less (atija d. curt wMo or 01 left front door. puss Ox otter lAd it foes instant "(0vt at tvtomabcirtwMdiatt t
were: Mrs. Eva Harrell Mrs. I On torn* .14. of stHnnf M rtliMd. i i. ttt stop and |0dn Omar may operate any of the host or back. It's. rid CG" p.. ford also I .
in savings on or before January 9th Zulene Harrell Truby Pinholster, ..1111111I11..", iif( of congested four fW-Utt Wiftdows. trntnct and contort ruturi tltas!! IU-UYIBJ Ovardma. .AI trfra corf. reMake -*. <

will drew interest from January 1st. Mrs. Bobby Dyal, Mrs. Doris! Kel- 9 '

ley, Tom Stewart, and Miss Rosa .
We have Safety Deposit Boxes for rent $3.60 Pinholster. today your day for a Test Drive

and Mrs Shirley Overturf went back
up per year.
with her husband to New Port

News, Va. last week.

Mr. and Mrs. George Cleghornand

family have returned home Andrews Motor Company

1 FLORIDA BANK at STARKE Madison after spending Fla. and the Georgia.holidays In .

Airman 2nd class Clyde Roswell -
Member Florida National
Group Kelley returned to his base
at MacDill Field Thursday after

f' spending the holidays with his

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I Thursday. in us the flower of kindness, pa- Petty B. Shepard, whose residenceand Edward Cunningham, Complaint will be taken as con- Connecticut..
Terry Mosely and Mr. Converse tience, courage, faith and love. address is: Unknown: Dorothy Cunningham. "Defendant. fessed by you. You are hereby %tif!< o 'i-.ai a
i You are required to appear on This notice shall be publishedonce suit for divo'ce
SOIL CONSERVATION ,;are on the sick list: this week. January 18, 1954, in the above nam- To: Dorothy. Cunningham Case No., whose 10-147 each week for four consecutive has been filed againt y 'I >ne
Little Sharon Mosely is spend- Recent Birth ed Court and cause wherein plaintiff residence and address is: 7222-153rd weeks in the Bradford County Tele above named Court tad sans. aid
: seeks divorce. Bradford County Street, Kew Garden Hills graph. are required to Brve > \ if
I J New York you > v
ing a few days at Clay Hill with Telegraph shall publish thin Order Dated this Is day of December, answer or plead' tm ,
your m
N-E-W-S g -
Mr. and Mrs. L. Whitehead in next four weekly issues. You are hereby notified that a 1953.
his plaint on the Plaintir AU'
xr grandparents.Ellen I suit for Divorce has u-ney
Witness been filed
t announce the birth of a son, Carl- my hand and official seal against In the above named (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chants A. Darby T. Frank Landrun, S v''
Bill Haas and Larry Norman and at Starke. Florida, this December I you Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida
By ton Scott, on Jan. 1 in Alachua 11, 1953. Coat and cause and you are required -
Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Wilkerson of General (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs I to serve a copy of your answer By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. I and file the original in tn .(flee
hospitaLNOTIC it 1/i
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION laxville attended the New Year's Clerk of said Court. I or pleading to the complaint 12/18 of the Clerk of the Circur ' I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Ion the Plaintiffs Attorney, on or before the 18 % of January
:service at Hampton Thursday TO APPEAR Charles R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange NOTICE APPEAR ,1954; otherwise the kllegauans of
SERVICEWe 1 night. I. Clrcmit Court Bradford County Jacksonville, Florida. Building, Jacksonville, IB Circuit Court, Bradford County, i said Complaint will bejtaken! as con
: Florida t IB ...HFJ"". Attys. for 1>1f. 12/18: 4t 1/8 Florida. Florid; IB Chancery. :fessed by you.
I Iti: I Zettie Padgett visited her chil- Fridolin J. Blumer Plaintiff, vs. _- and file the original in the office of Zbislaw H. Roehr, Plaintiff, vs. ; Dated this 17 day pf D. moei
Margaret Blunter, Defendant.Case the Clerk of the Wanda L. 1953.
Circuit Court on Roehr Defendant.
dren the NOTICE
Edwin TO
Aubrey the of the tractor motor Tommy Knights in Baldwin -
with top -
discussing No. 10-257
were i 1 Circuit Court Bradford County or before the Case No. 16-253 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Cblries A Darby
Moore, whose place is located had found a desnake that last week. Votlre T. Appear.To Florida la Chancery. Notice To AppeariTo Clerk of the Oireumr
IS of ,
: Margaret Blumer, whose resi- Sidney S. Atlas Plaintiff, Anne day January 1954; I : Wanda L. Roehr whose residence By Marian L. Crosby, pepu* Clerk.
on the old Blanding Road the fact came out to sun. Zedra said, "We Lacey Norman son Larry, Roy dence and address is: Box 87, Pecos, Atlas, Defendant. vs. I otherwise the allegations of said and address is: Thomaston 12 IS
that sugar cane is one of the have to be careful about snakesall :.Griffis, son George and R. C. Grif New Mexico, Case No. 10-249
You are hereby notified that a
hardest crops on the land. Aubreywas year round out here. fis were hunting near Callahan suit for Notice: Anne To Appear.To Atlas. whose residence

busy tending his syrup kettles ,last w eelsJames Divorcehas and address is: 200 West 86th St.. '
been filed against you In the New York, New York.
when he stated that there are Veal of Jacksonville visit- above named Court and cause and You
are hereby notified that
17 different minerals in cane and "My Kenland Red Clover is com- ed the Leonard Normans Sunday.E. you are required to serve a copy of suit for a
your answer or pleading to the com
that all of these minerals come ing up fine" states J. B. White. He C. Harvey was a business plaint on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT. Divorcehas been filed against In the

from the soil. He went on to say planted the clover after choppinga visitor to Jacksonville Thursday. Florida. Frank Landrum, Starke, above named Court and you cause and G
field of Sericea J. B. you are required to serve a uf
If we don't put these minerals and Lespedeza. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. each and file the original in the office of your answer or pleading copy to the
organic matter back into the soil, chopped this field one way then Sunday. Worship Services 11 a.m. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on complaint! on the Plaintiff's
or before the 25 day of January,
it Is like taking money out of the planted the seed and chopped it and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting 7 p.m. 1954; otherwise the allegations of Attorney Starke. Florida T. Frank Landrum tt

bank without putting any back. the other way to cover the seed.A each Wednesday. Teachers meet- said Complaint will be taken as and file the original in the officeof
left. soil conservation farm plan confessed by you. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
You just won't have anything ing each Saturday at 7 p.m This notice shall be published or before the
Aubrey is using a special fertilizer once each week for tour consecutive 18 day of January, 1914:; ;
was delivered to Hogan Smith for weeks in the Bradford County Tele otherwise the allegations of said
an the organic
Complaint will be taken as confessed -
his place at, Sampson City. This Dated this 22 of
matter Tie can back into the soil. day December by you. S'c
him conservation plan contains a land 1953. This notice shall be publishedonce F
This practice is giving good the different WAY (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A, Darby each week for four consecutive -
results with his cane. capability map showing Clerk of the Circuit Court. weeks in the Bradford County
soils on the farm, a land By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Telegraph.
I 12/15 4t 1/15. Dated this 16 day of Dr>ct.
use map and instructions and recommendations by Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA -_
Morris Carter who farms in the I 1953.
Heflbronn Springs section, used the for carrying out I NOTICE TO CREDITORS (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. mber'l
conservation practices applicableto (1833 Probate Art See*. 119. 120) Clerk of the Circuit
District's weed chop,, r to cut In the Court of the. County Judge, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. ,
down okra and ,egg plant stocks the farm. Two new members were addedto Bradford ('oa.t,. Florida, 12/18 4t 1/3
thechurch, roll Sunday night by In Probate.In .
before turning! his land. By chop- re: Estate ot Roy U. King De NOTICE TO APPEAR The best gasoline
ping cropland you can do a baptism. Don't forget W.M.U. ceased.To In i Circuit Court. Bradford County '
. your ,I and Brotherhood meeting Thursday All Creditor and Persona Hay- Florida IB Chaneery. fa
better job of turning the ground. Ii night Jan. 8. Everyone is lug Claim or Demand Against Michael Coppola, Plaintiff.'s.. Rose ever sold by
By not burning but turning your I Estate Coppola Defendant. iiruiip
welcome. You and each of you are hereby Case :No. 10-250: s
old crops you will build up the E i Well folks notified and required to present any Native To Appears
i have
much needed organic matter in am sorry you claims and demands which you or To: Rose Coppola whose residenceand Standard Oil Companytliat 1 JIW
| been missing the news but I have either of you, may have against the address is: 7216 11th Avenue, (
soil. Some of the folks
the say 'eO/l Wi been sick and haven't had estate of Roy R. King, deceased. Brooklyn, New York.
they saw only a few farmers burn- 1' VG a I late of said County to the You are hereby notified that a. :.
ing their land before turning it chance to get out and collect any, County Judge of Bradford suit for r J. .
but will to County. Florida at his office in the Divorcehas
get as much as I AI PII'
this year. court house of said County at been filed against you in the t,.:
A S can in now I Starke. Florida. within eight calen- above named Court and cause and 'VI "
I I Mrs. Alien Moorer and son. dar months from the time of the you are required to serve a copy of I.t: :
Zedra Hamilton, a District Super first publication of this notice. Each your answer or pleading to the com- ..
i i Preston Philmon and wife of claim or demand shall be in writ- ,, plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney f
visor, has started combine hairy Aigfierotlane.
The cows broke in the side Tampa spent Christmas with her ing, and shall state the place of T. Frank Landrum. Starke: \
indigo. lie states that the rain residence and post office address of Florida A.<7 \
beat most of the seed to the plot at the FFA Farm and ate the parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hais- the claimant, and shall be sworn to and file the original in the offioe of \\\iI n ,
small plants, but Mr Hutchins I lop, and relatives. They were accompanied by the claimant, agent his attor- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or :
ground. While standing there talk- ney, and any such claim or demandnot before the 18 day of January 1954>> ; -
ing about the possibilities of the gave them a good side dp sing home by Mr. and Mrs. so filed shall be void. otherwise the allegations of said
and they are looking a lot better Haislop and Mrs. Louise Ward Floyd King, Complaint will be taken as confessed M
seed crop on the Giant Striatra As administrator of the by you
Crotalaria, we turned around to who stayed for New Year's Day. Estate of Roy R. King, de This notice shall be published
now.Mr.. N. J. Davis of Graham has Mrs. Bertie Bryant of Tampawas ceased. once each week for four consecutive 4
hear Tommy calling and pointingto First publication January 1. 1954. weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
our bull for breeding purposes, a recent guest of her sister graph.
the ground from his perch on 1/1 4t 1/22
and Mr. Ferguson has spoken for and brother-in-law, the C. C. 1953.Dated this 16 day of December,

him next. Crosbys. Other holiday guests I IB Circuit Court, Bradford County, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby _
. '
-- The chapter still has a few bags were their grandchildren, Shirleyand Florida IB Chancery. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
James M. Shepard, Plaintiff, vs. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
of mineral that we would like to Patricia Crawford of Jackson- Betty B. Shepard, Defendant. 12/18 4t I ft
ville. They returned Sunday with Case No. 10-240 -
ATTENTIONIf sell. It is at the ag building.We
Order Of Publication And Notice To I. Circuit Court Bradford County!
will participate in a forestry Buie who is employed in Jackson- Appear State Of FloridA Toe Florida i IB Chancery

You Have day demonstration in Starke on ville.New _
Jan. 22. Members from aU over Year's Day guests of the'

TIMBER TO SELL the state will be present for this Raymond Crosbys were Mrs. Cros- OUR ANNUAL CAMELLIA SALE I

PINE OR event which will be held at the by's brother-in-law and sister, the
CYPBESS Starke State Farmers Market.Mr. Waverly Webbers and children of I tvkases allyoiq eart horsepower:
Large or Small Tracts Hutchins has new equipmentfor Jacksonville.Mr. .

his ag building where the past and Mrs. Arthur Bennett of And will continue as long as necessary to

We Buy All few meetings have been held. Tavares and Mrs. Lucille Mundorffof adjust inventory.For This new CROWN EXTRA gasoline is now available at StandardOil

-1. Wasdin, ReporterHIGHLAND Starke were recent guests of dealers. It exceeds the anti-knock requirements of the highest

PAY TOP PRICESWrite Mr. and :Mrs. Floyd Crosby. the convenience of all who cannot come out during: compression engines, and gives better overall performance in .

???????YYTTT rnnw Well school began again Mon- the week. new and older cars.

A day with a bang for the children .

and teachers. It was certainlyhard WE WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESSALL Refined in the South, for southern motorists, the volatility of

or Call I to wake up early after two this New CROWN EXTRA is changed to nt the seasons. It has the
weeks of doing as you wanted to. I DAY EACH SATURDAY base
superior stock
Mrs. Lacy NormaniLALALAAAAAAAALLAAAAAAAA so to a correctly balanced motor
Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Martin were
fuel, and also contains a patented'solvent oil-an anti-valve-
B.T.THOMASLUMBER New Year's Day guests of the O. Throughout The Winter or Until Further Notice
sticking additive. Use this New
E. Crosby's. They had the tradi- CROWN EXTRA gasoline and

CO. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and tional New Year's menu dried WRITE, TELEPHONE OR CALL AT NURSERY I enjoy all your car's horsepowerlSTANDARD !

daughter Shirley returned home peas and hog jowl. Mrs. Martin FOR DETAILS :
after the holi-
Tuesday spending said she enjoyed it even though it NEW PRICE LIST ON REQUEST I
0. Boat' : 735 days with friends and relatives in was new to her. OIL COMPANY

STARKE, FLA. South Carolina. We sure miss seeing Mrs. Hol- !

.. Hazel Griffis and Bell Moselywere ley at church. She recently underwent GLEN .ST. MARY NURSERIES CO. ( KENTUCKY ) te

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r........yyyy..t phic locations. During the holi- ... -.-.-.-.-,- Motor Court Group Construction on 301". It is believed -
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. I
days we shared our filmstrip, --t that this would be helpful

Raymond E. MacBlaia HAMPTON "The First Christmas" with our Sets Dates To Start in keeping tourists on the 301

Schedule of Services community churches.Mr. I Susie Bradford Peak Winter Rates route who might otherwise leave

SUNDAYS Bedenbaugh has trimmedthe I Ii 301 at Callahan because of bad

9:45: a.m., Church School. 11 by Mrs. Win. W. HammondLLAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAALAALAA ligustrums and fertilized the ..'- -.- -,_.- Twenty members of the Brad- travel conditions due to prolonged

! un.. Morning Prayer & Sermon: azaleas. The pyracanthas are still ford Motor Court Association met I construction work north of that

6:30 p.m., Young People's ServIce bright with red berries and the School bells rang out again Monday for the monthly luncheon town.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox are Monday after two weeks of holi
League. ,camellias are in full bloom. We meeting in the Dixie Motor Court The next meeting of the associa-
Presbyterian Church Lest We Forget' r HOLY COMMUNION rejoicing over the birth of a I are proud of the lovely shrubs and day. From the looks of things, Restaurant.It tion will be held Monday, Feb. 1.
daughter Shannon May, weight everyone received a lot of nice,
flowers on our school in the Starke 301 Motel
I grounds.We Restaurant -
I Musical ProgramTo 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- 6 Ibs. 15 oz. on January 2, 1954 at I new gifts. was agreed that Jan. 15 wouldbe ,.
I began our new with a All motor court
year operators
Junior Choir 7:30 the startof
Friday. Jan. 8 day the Alachua Hospital in Gaines the effective date for
Presented"Lest a.m.FRIDAY wonderful chicken dinner in the The school campus looks very I in Bradford and adjoining coun-
practice. Be peak winter rates, with April
Meditation. ville.William I I cafeteria. If this is a sample of nice now. The FFA boys planted ties are invited to attend.
7:30 &
Litany 15 set as the closing date.It
Jan. 10 Sunday p.m.
Sunday. C. Kammerer and Miss winter rye and the ,7th grade
what is to follow shall look
We Forget", a 8 Choir Rehearsal. we decided forward
Morning Wor- programof pjn.. I was to let- -
School 9:45 a. m. Edna Eayres of Philadelphia are pitched in and gave everything a
service sacred music and inspiring eagerly to the lunch ters to the AAA and also to Act- YOU'LL LOVE ffie nevi Ester*
ship 11 a. m. Special spending a two weeks vacation thorough cleaning. All studentsare
work of the Gideons, Rev. message, will be given at the First Church of God with the C. L. Mays of Hamptonand periods. I cooperating by staying off the ing Governor Charley E. Johns brook purse-size Fountain pens I*
speaker, with the Methodist Church tonight (Fri- During the Christmas holidays urging that a sign be erected at pastel shades. Only $%.31 at BradFORD -
Wilbur A. Scott Mrs. May Sweeney and familyof lawn.
W. S. McAliley, pre- day) at 7:30 o'clock by AI and Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Billy Hall went to Tampa, Vicky Callahan announcing the "End of COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
pastor, Gainesville.Mr. :
Busy, busy, busy. Yes the an-
Ivy Walsh, well known radio and Worship 11 a.m. Evening Mosher to Silver Springs and
siding. and Mrs. Orien Jones and nual staff was really busy. They
Cedar Bernie
concert artists. These stars are Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service Keys, McGee to
Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. Rec- in Fernandina and spent several of their holidays
from the "We Remember" program Tuesday 7:30 Prayer Meet. were Orlando, Charles McCullough to
reation and program. MargaretRose p.m. Jacksonville the weekend. i working to meet a deadline, and
over Lake
Sun- Butler and
heard over NBC each 7:30 Thursday. Carolyn Perry
Cald- tng pjn. I Veterans
Duncan and Frances made it. Hospital
day morning, and were formerlyof Lawtey The O'steen brothers, Marvin I to Ga. Every one in the fourth Programs
well hostesses. All not for
the Studebaker program over Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn- home from the service S. J. of and fifth grades enjoyed the va- was loafing the

Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. the ABC network. I Ing Worship 11 ajn. YPE Serv :Palatka, Franklin and Jimmy of cation but are glad to be back in basketball boys. They had one

Sermon and film on life of Paul. This program is brought to ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Waldo were Sunday callers of the school and get to work. game during the holidays and the Presents. .
12 10 m. Su- boys won over Lake City.
Tues., Jan. a.
: Starke under the auspices of Vet- W. N. Jacksons. We hope to have a good softball i

wannee Presbytery will meet at erans Hospital Programs, a nonprofit St. Edward's ChurchSunday Mr. and Mrs. Horace May at- team this spring and have Back and ready to go? Yes,
Lakeland Presbyterian plans are under for
Protestant Church organization tended services at the Primitive some games with other schools in getting way
Jacksonville. Circles of the Womenof the to Fair.
Our band
devoted to taking inspirational Baptist Church at Bay Lake Sun- the county. trip Tampa
Mass at 9:15 a. m. AL
will meet at 8 p. m. WALSH
the Church Mrs. Perkins will be there for the big paradeand
entertainment into veterans Mass 7:30 spent Christmasin
Weekday a.m.
as follows: No. 1 with Mrs. J. G. day.Mrs. the FHA and FFA memberswill
Farm No. hospitals and presenting free bed- Children's Class Saturday 11 Inza Morrow, Mrs. Arleen Albany, Ga. with friends and
Caldwell at the State ; also attend special events. r '
Mrs. W. T- Jackson. side radios to disabled veterans. a. m. Smith and boys of Plant City relatives. During the holidays Noted speaker, humorist,
2l.1th The organization has also been Raymond Moody went to Jackson- The Senior Class :isn fry '
Keystone Height were recent guests of Mrs. Mor- I and singer. Formerly of
Wed.. Jan. 13 Conferencewith expanded to reach men and wom- (Women's dub: ) row's sister, Mrs. G. P. Wads- ville, James Hall went to Tampa, originally planned for January 28 ua
Church leaders in Gainesville en of the armed forces with the Sunday, Mass 8 a. m. worth and !brothers, Marshall Nancy Dryden went to Jackson- I has been postponed until a later the ViE REMEMBER

10 a. m. Prayer Meeting and same inspirational entertainment.Al Confessions before ail Masses. Matchett and family and Mr. and ville Beach Ruth Perry went to I date. The fish are frozen now and program heard on NBC

Bible Study, 7:30 p. m. Adult and Ivy have been highly Mrs. Shelly Matchett.Mr. I'Georgia and Willow Ruth Har\- will be open again next month. v'1 and the Studebaker

Choir practice 8 p. m. praised by music critics for their and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth mond visited her brother. Iris The school newspaper is being
The church is always anxious to talents, as well as by ministers Christian ChurchBible entertained their children at a McCullough spent Christmas with sponsored by the Sophomores this 1 Program over ABC. A

welcome any who love or who are all over the country for the splen- School 9:45: a. m. Wor- family dinner Sunday. Mr. and her grandmother and Audrey Raley,year. You will want to see every Christian layman and
interested in the gospel of Jesus did service they are rendering toj I spent Christmas in Melrose. !issue, so don't forget to buy one.
ship Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth and fam- I day Church leader.
Christ. the church and to wounded vet m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- ily of Gainesville, Mrs. Lull Barker The rest of the class ate turkey at | Guess that does it for now See
next week.
erans. day 7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood and son, Steve of Jacksonville :home. 'you .
, Methodist Church Admission to the program is Minister. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wadsworthof I Among the many gifts received -Susie \

free and the public is cordially in- Bunnell and Walden Wads- by Mrs. Perkins at Christmas wasa \ *

The First Methodist Church of vited. Church of ChristCorner worth at home. calorie handkerchief given to I

Starke cordially invites you to Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Williamson her by practical minded Nancy;

attend the following services of At The Tabernacle 10th and McMahua children Delmar. Ivan and Ervin :Dryden. A glance at this wonderful -

worship on Sunday. Church School I Preaching A. M. and 7:31 were in Live Oak Sunday. handkerchief shows at once IVY WALSHMrs.

begins at 9:45: a. m. with a class "New Things" was the topic of I P.M. Mrs. S. R. Wallace and childrenof I what food an obese person should

for every age group. Morning the New Year's message at the Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Starke were Sunday guests of eat The most satisfactory food is Walsh has also ap-

church service begins at 11 a. m. Gospel Tabernacle last Friday each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. her brother Vernon Slade and fam-I apparently "aqua simplex" which peared on the WE: RE- '
Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will night. ily. contains no calories at all. The
MEMBER and Studebaker
preach on the subject "A Dynamic" The Saturday Youth Meetingwas Bible School-10 A. M. Mrs Louise Manier attendedthe I eighth grade insists that Mrs. Programs. A l'!beautiful '. "'
Church for a Changing Age. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Perkins use this
conducted by W. B. McKin- church for the deaf in Gainesville i exclusively i '
> LATTER DAY SAINT '' as a diet. The trouble is none'of soprano voice and a
Sunday evening at 7:30 you are ney and the program included a Saturday evening and spent' that
cordially invited to sing your difficult Bible Quiz. Services each Sunday in old Ma- the night with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. the local merchants keep this I warm personality combine

favorite hymns under the leader- the of the sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday Kelly. rare food in stock. However, Mrs. i to make her one of ='

ship of George T: Huggins. Rev. Following on "Let Us"message last Sunday School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv- Mr. and Mrs. T. W. King of Perkins has agreed to follow the the most beloved church

Mitchell will preach Sunday nighton sponsor morning, the Lord's Supper was ice 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. Jacksonville spent N w Years suggestions of her class just as workers 'in America to

the Second Commandment.The observed. Day with Mr. and Mrs. Don. Hill soon as a reasonable amount can day.
Senior and Intermediate be secured. Mrs. Perkins feels
FAITH BAPTIST and family. I
Visitors here recently to view
Methodist Youth Fellowships meet the painting and renew old ac- LAWTEY, FLA. H. C. Green of Jacksonville is sure that if she can live one i CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
every Sunday evening at 6:30. quaintances included Mr. and Mrs. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. A. month on "aqua simplex" even her about this questionMy

Tom Gebhart and daughter of 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek Saxon and family.Mr. most hard hearted doctor will be
WOODLAWN MISSIONARY service '1 m. and Mrs. C. H. Layfield and I pleased with the results. Such is
Wilmington, Del., accompanied by Wednesday :3.0 p. hunting partner, in his
BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Gebhart's parents. Rev. and A. E. Massey, pastor. children of Gainesville spent Sun-I I

LAWTEY FLA. Mrs. Hanson. Mr.' Gebhart was day afternoon with sister, Mrs.I i The sixth and seventh grades report excitement, shot another Hear and See These

10 a.m Sunday School 11 a.m. stationed at Camp Blanding in IIAMPTOXCHRISTIAN Raleigh Brannen and family and the following visits duringthe

preaching. 6:15: BTU 6:43: prayer 1943.. CHURCH I mother Mrs. W. B. Layfield, Saturday Christmas holidays: Nell Willinjas hunter who was in the line

service 7 o'clock song services,', Others stopping to view the Bible School 10 a. m.; WorshipS I afternoon callers at the and Glenda Allen were in RADIO ARTISTS
of fire of rabbit.
':30 evening services. painting from distant localities rvice 11 a. m.; Youth Program :I Brannen home were Mr. and Mrs. Orlando, Jackie Hall was in a scurrying

6:30 m. Evening Service 7:30p. : : of New- Tamap, Joe Allen and Mary Jones
were C. H. Leonhard and R. H. p. .,Gordon Wright and baby Would my Personal Liability
HEILBRONN Antill of Pennsylvania, and Mr. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon pastor. berry. were in Jacksonville. In An Inspiring Service Of

BAPTIST CHURCH and Mrs. David W. Lewis, Hazel PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Mrs. William Hammond and Richard Johns and Joe Allen re- policy cover me if I accidentally I i Sacred Music

Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- von Hofen, and Bobby von Hofen. CHURCH daughter. Willow Ruth, were in ceived microscopes as Christmas
11 Gainesville afternoon.Mr. .presents. These two embryonic hit someone or damaged a ,
ing ajn. Training Union 6:30 Camilla Nooney and Bessie Bank- on Thursday

pm. Preaching 7:30 pan. Prayer head, all of Jacksonville and Mr. Sunday Scsooi 10 a.m. and Mrs. John Hammond of !scientists have a laboratory set up I farmer's property while hunt-
Morning Service 11 a.m. on a table at the back of the FIRST METHODIST CHURCHSTARKE
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. and Mrs. Martin Christianson of Crystal Lake and Mrs. William
Rev. 'J. E. LJngerfelt, pastor. Cedar Falls, Iowa. Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Allen of Bainbridge, Mr. called on school room and are trying to get ing?
Prayer Meetings Wednesday Wednesday acquainted with the microscopicworld.
the William Hammonds FLA.
_.- -' -." ._ .' -... ;. _tl.-!" '. night 7:45 p.m. Saturday niglf evening. Mrs. Allen is the, Henry Moscher, who re-

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I former Miss Ruth Searle and is, ceived a chemistrY. set.-" -is working FRIDAY; JANUARY 8, 1954

SOCIETY stationed at the Naval Station in with them. These young men Charley E. Johns

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke Orange Park Fla. Bainbridge, Md. where she returned -I.:I have been inculcated with a love 730 P.M.EverYone .

Sunday service 11 ajn. Sun- Tuesday after a week'sfurlough for science by their teacher, Mrs.

School 11 with her parents, the I II Martha Horne Williams.
day a.m. I ,
Wednesday Evenings-1st Wednesday John Hammonds. j I Tuesday of this week was & Son AgencyPhone InvitedjOK

I rllllr III I II each month, 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Roark and "Show and Share Day" in our

Public cordially invited. Vur- :children were in Gainesville Sunday school. All of the lower grade

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor sery maintained for all services. I I afternoon.Rev. pupils brought their dolls, toys 13 Starke, FIa.AALLLALALAAAAALALAAAAAAA.

R. C. Gray left Monday for and cowboy suits for display and I:.
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Community Center Building, admiration. The occasion
Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. Sarasota to attend a Ten Day Re- was -

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 vival at the Friendship Baptist I much enjoyed by all the little
SEVENTH DAY Church. children. Santa was very good to

IIIII. I II I ADVENTIST CHURCH Robert Cooper of near Starke 1 everyone.

Services! each Sabbath in old spent Saturday night and Sunday %
Sunday Sermons 11:00 A.M.
: 7:30 P.M.
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- with Henry Williams.Mr. Gable And Gardner

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. bath second School and 2 p.m.fourth Preachingeach Sabbaths .in and Orlando Mrs.: New Frank Years.Williamswere Romantic Team I I \ \ \e Exclusive Feayou'll \\\'%

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. Mrs. O. D. Gay of Dunnellon and In Florida Film i J. AO" \

.. ... _. -. Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. son Elmer of Orlando visited '
...:...".... 1.\r. '-- ::::/'tIoT 1 __ ,. ,__ .>__- -.'_>_- _,-_.-__._-'. :>' Everyone welcome. friends in town Sunday and were Clark Gable and Ava Gardner ;i ,

' dinner guests of the J. W. Homes. are co-starred in "Mogambo", '' !
.. ,_ "r = __ .. "- : : TTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams Technicolor drama of romance, \ choo I'

visited Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wigginson thrills and adventure in Africa. ,
NOTICE: We deeply regret that we were unable to seat the I 1
FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA] Sunday afternoon. Mr. Wiggins coming to the Florida Theatre tit
several hundred '
to our New Year's Watch Night I
is much improved. next Thursday and Friday.It i
Sen-Ice. The failure In the P.-\. system was unavoidable, buta = \. '
I Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins tells the exciting story of a -. >.c. .
tube blew out at the last minute. We appreciate the supportand have returned from a holiday safari boss who becomes involvedin tj'n

interest of the near 1000 who came and invite you back Recent visitors of the L. W. vacation in Alabama. an explosive romantic triangle A

for next year.First. Murphys were their son, Ray Dickie May has returned to his while on a perilous jungle expedi-
of Ocala.
Murphy Rase in Montgomery, Ala. after tion.

Miss Patsy Kucera, a studentat spending the holidays with his In this film, for the first time. I

Baptist Church HamptonBOB the University of Fla. returned wife and daughter and parents, a motion' picture camera has pho-I

Sunday to Gainesville to resume Mr and Mrs. C. L. May. tographed the primitive Samburu ,,
her studies, after spending the Mrs. Mamie Meade has returned natives of Africa's northern fron- :,
GRAY PastorIn
holidays here with her parents, from Brunswick Ga. after 'ier. Also for the first time, the I

the absence of the Pastor, Hear the Rev. Merle Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera. standing Christmas there. Wagenia tribesmen of the Belgian

Packham at all services Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwrightand Mr. and Mrs. Buck) Dennisonand Congo have been filmed carrying ,
children spent Sunday after- Mrs. D. W. Swindell were New their canoes through the raging '

Bible School 10 a.m. B. T. U. 6:30 p.m. noon in Ocala visiting the B. D. Years Diy guests of friends near torrents of the Kagera River.
Moores. Mr. Wainwright attended Heilbronn. The scenes of native ceremo- i
11:00 "Sowing And Reaping" Ocala Pistol Club Match and won Miss Ann Brown of Starke nies and uprisings an encounter i iI I
7:30 "Fire Insurance"Hear lIm
p.m. 1st place Sharpshooter, Class. spent the holidays with her with a maddened rhinoceros and :i =fi EXCLUSIVE

I This Outstanding Young Preacher! Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson and father .Loren Brown. I the climatic episode of the perilous i I G* ONE PIECE TOP BURNERS
gorilla hunt supplement
Milton Mott of the Dedan
son and :Mrs. G. L. Jones all of I I ,
I Baldwin spent the weekend with Church visited the J. A. Williams emotional tension of the plot. Easy to clean lights'Ht
'- .f- __ _. :.,_ __. .: _. .- "__ :-=:. .> Mr. and Mrs. Willie Knight. Sun- Saturday.Mr. I ,,

s i I day Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dobbs and Mrs. Percy Griffin of EXCLUSIVE
and children of Ocala spent the Jacksonville called on their father FILL DIRT

day with the Knights.Mr. I W. H. Griffin Monday afternoon. !: RED WHEEL REGULATOR <-
Mrs. Jessie Chastain has returned GOOD RICH o
LISTENTO and Mrs. Harold Friemuthand
The I from Miami where she First and finest for oven heat
four children accompanied by
THEChurches Mr. Friemuth's aunt. Mrs. Schmidt spent the SCHOOL weekend.NEWSA : TOP SOILSee accuracy r
of Christ all of Ocala spent New Year's
HERALD new filmstrip "Maps and
Eve with Mrs. Friemuth's parents EXCLUSIVE
Their Meaning" has been received.

Salute You OF TRUTH Mr.Robert and Mrs.B. Edwards L. W. Murphy.and Mr. C. I better This visual understanding aid should of give geogra-us a :I i BILL JACKSONJackson I : SWING' OUT RROIIhg

WJHP 8 P.M. G. Edwards and daughter. Bren- I Transfer Compan; For fun-to-broil steaks

ROMANS 5:16 WGGI -1 P.M. da of Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith day in Jacksonville with Mr. and Phone 165 ; I and chops I i
the W. E. Feagles. Helen Edwards Mrs. C. G Edwards and her other i, I
another daughter accom- brother. Robert accompanied her,; Completely

panied them home after a week's home for a few davs visit. i : Installed 60 '

In Starke 1 blk. West of Bus Station visit with her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. E. J Yarbrough i Your Old. I I

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Knight spent Sunday and Monday with i| rIffilIfjiFor I Stove As I

EVERETT WILLIAMSON, MINISTER anent Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yarbrough Down Payment ,
Mrs. Gordon Jones of Glen St. and family in Gainesville. yf !

WORsHIP SERVICES 10:00 A.M. Mary. New Year's dinner guests of,
Sermon "The Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews had the J. G. Caldwells were Sgt. i I I

Judgement"EVENING as visitors Sunday from TampaMr. Robert G. White of Ft. Jacksonand i Crops & Livestock

WORSHIP and Mrs. Henry Browning Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn' I
7:30 P.M. end two sons. : and children of Starke. 9Gainesville

Sermon "Unity" Ponald and Mary Gisi and two Mrs. J. B. Caldwell. Mrs. J. G. Production CENTRAL FLA. GAS & APPLIANCE CO.I

f :ns. Ronnie and :Mike of Ulma. Caldwell, Mrs. W. H. Edwardsand Credit Association

"'\'orado spent Christmas through Mrs. T. A. Yawn and sons. 620 N. Slain st.
Bible Wed.
Study Night 7:30 and Jimmy of Starke spent
p.m. ''W Year's with Mary's perents Terry I149
Gainesville Florida W.CALL ST. STARKE FLA.
I,I Mr and Mrs. A. R. Bruner.li I Wednesday of this week in Ocala I\
--- [I Mrs. W. E. Feagle spent Mon- visiting relatives and friends.


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BHS Boys And Girls Play Callahan Hicks Named Homeowners Told They Must Apply Floridas fa Circuit SOTICB la Court.Cbaarery.TO Bradford APPEAR Count 3r before 8 jay the of February. 1)54

Street SupervisorBy I Annually To Receive Martha John J.R.Lueddeke. Plaintiff vs. Complaint otherwise the will be allegations takon as confessed ct said-
Tax Lueddeke
In Doubleheader At Armory FridayThe II Exemption DefendantCa.se ed you.

City Council I i \otlce To Appear Xo. 10-273 onoe This each notice week shall for four oe consecutive published .

Gene Long county tax assessor i Deadline for making such To: Martha U. Lueddeke. whose, weeks in the Bradford County Telerraph. -
announced this I' application residence and address is: 410 Jersey I
boys and girls basketball Bradford has to beat I week that home- is April l, and all home- Avenue Spriiglake
i now Palat In an unusually quiet meeting :New Jersey. Dated this 5 day of Januar !1.1',4 ,
squads of BHS are preparing toj ka only once more to be the stead exemption applications were steaders must renew their appli- You are hereby notified that a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Tuesday the suit for
night, Council
City Divorcehas
ready for Clerk of the Circuit
signing in his Court
swing back into the major portionof I northern half champs since Ket- appointed S. R. Hicks as street and that he office, j' cations each ytar. been filed against yon in the By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
their schedules now that the terlinus is ineligible to compete encourages all homesteaders -I Long said that any new homeowners tbove named Court and cause and Its 4t 1 J9:
superintendent to replace E. F. to you are required to serve a < .
come in and make copy -
vacation is this appilcation -i j coming in to make
period over. your
year. Phillips, who died recently. Hicks application answer or pleading to tot oTICE TO APPEAR I
for their
local fans will get their first The A squad has plenty of experience had been exemption. j for homestead exemption complaint Attorney on the T. Plaintiffs IB Circa Court. Bradford C....,. "
formerly employed in In Frank Landrum
with Florida IB
opportunity to see the girls inaction and height and the boys I this position Section 7j'should bring their property deeds Starke. Florida Mary Gay }Plaintiff Cbaneery.vs. Edward
Article 10 of the Florida Constitution with them.Tangible. and file the original in the office Vi. I
when the
Friday night boys handle themselves! well. Paul 1 lay Defendant
In another matter WIN PENDLETONWHATS of the Clerk
j of
pertaining Long said, the Circuit Court
a !
signed applica- C\u-e No.
and meet Callahan and and intangible IO7SVollce
girls boys Rivers tallest squad member and I I pe'-sonal on or the
to To .
city employees, the council decided tion for homestead S Appear.To
girl at the local armory. I,I a forward who is playing his THE OUTLOOK? exemption reti'.ns are being accepted ong day of February : : Edward W. Gay whose rc-i- {
j to otherwise
cQntinue the salary of O. must be file the allegations of said I
in his .
office be- with the dance and address is
The boys played one home game j, third year of varsity ball plus E. The big show has started. The homestead exemptions Complaint wPl be taken: as conteased -. : 1477 HarlerStreet. j
II| Stansbury a city plant em- fore exemption be Augusta Georgia
can granted.Headquarters the by you.
against Lake City after the holidays junior high is the leading scorer I I ployee who has been ill of late. curtain is up. Congress is now in i tax assessor said. This notice shall be published Too are hereby notified that a !,
and soundly trounced the In the four games played so far, session. Everyone: here in Wash- once each week for four consecutive suit for
''i I until Feb. 1. At that time Mr. Divorcehas !
in the Bradford
visitors 6.1-25 before a small home Rivers has scored 78 Co. : School Board County Telegraph been filed,
points for a Stansbury. who has been employed ington seems to agree that with- against yon in the 1 J
town gathering. Datnl this 6 day of January, 1954. above named Court and cause and 1
near 20-point out the
per game average. j support of the
by the city for the 25 to 30 Democrats \ you are required to
past (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby serve a copy of
Visa Bishop's girls have played Arnold Smith and Lavon Lewis; !' years, will be eligible for retire- President Eisenhower's proposed Payroll Close To / Fills VacanciesOn I Clerk of the Circuit Court. your answer or pleading to the complaint -

only two games and lost one to a are the next leading scorers and I ment with Social Security benefits. legislative program hasn't a I.i By Marlin L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk T. Frank on the Landrum.Plaintiffs Star1,1.Attorney It I

goo) Palatka team before school are also in their third year of j A meeting with the zoning comj chance of going through. Accord- \\$40tOOO For 1953 BHS Staff i ifs 4t 1/2S and the file Clerk the original in the officeof
was out for the holidays. basketball. Tommy Gill is like ing to a report in the tlje Circuit Court on I!
j mittee next week was discussed, Congressional -|I or before the S day of Ftbr.r\ '
Tuesday night Jackson High wise playing his third season and' | and it was announced that the Quarterly, there were 83 %TICE 10 AHPKARIn 1954; otherwise the allegat'nsaid "I

girls edged past the BHS team 33- Stanley Clark at center is the I', meeting would be held Tuesday roll call "test" votes last time, Members of the local National In its first meeting of the new Florida Circuit la Court Ilradtord County: Complaint by will be taken a- ,'onessf'd I
i Chaucer you.
Guard, Hq. & Hq Co., 2 nd Bn.. wear, the Bradford School
25. Bradford was leading when only star who isn't a senior. night at 7:30. ((34 in the house, 49 in the Senate). County Leonard P. Davis Plaintiff. Jennie This notlr thill be publishedonce

Capt Agnes Lawson was forcedto Others on the squad are Gus ;' The city attorney, A. J. Thomas Of these 83 votes the Presidentwon 124th Inf., were paid more than i[ Board Monday reviewed briefly 1* Davis Defendant. weeks each week far four consecutive
I the $515,000 school Cat No. 10-243 in the Bradford County Tele- I
leave the game because of an Kopelousos. Glenn Reddish. Ed Jr.. brought up the fact that the on 74 of then On 58 of these .'15,000 for their services during building pro- Notice To Appears graph. \
I gram which is to get under To: Jennie L. Dais., Dated this C day of Januar IIIii4
Lawson ward and Kenneth way resi
Injury. scored 17 pointsto Edgar Akridge votes, he would
Carl Hitch the failed if it 1953, to
i building on corner I according the Unit Administrator in Bradford after the sale dence and address is: 4016 23rd (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
be the leading BHS scorer. Noegel and Raymond Stefanelli ,of Jefferson and Thompson Streets had not been for Democratic back- CWO A. L. i County Street North Arlington Virginia.. Clerk of the Circuit Court
all tenth CrosbyJr. of bonds for that purpose by the You are hereby notified By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. j
How a
iiisa Bishop lost over half of j encroached a foot on city property. ing. of this Democratic state. I null for l/S 4t l.2:
her players by graduation from I Callahan teams are strong con i This was not discovered until assistance will he have this time? Divorcenas I _

last year's team that was chosen tenders, year in and year out, and' i| Ritch started to sell the building How far along with him will the The local khakilads received Under Amendment 1. these been named flied against you 13 theabo'e In The Circuit Court of Florida
to play against the Mayo girlsin '| rood games are in store for fans 11 I recently. The city attorney was I Florida delegation go? We can'ttell J29.602.64 for their armory drills l I bonds are sold by the state for you are required to serve and cause a copy and of For Eighth Bradford Judicial County Circuit I. tad

the finals of last tonight. I what will do I the counties and are backed by your answer or pleading: to the IB Chancery.
year's district instructed to draw up the neces- they this time .and field training period (the two complaint on the I
Saturday night the boys' A and' I |automobile tag receipts. The Brad- Plaintiff's Mildred Thomas! Crihhs. Plaintiff \ .
tournament. Heading her sary resolution conveying the but we can tell you how they weeks pent at Ft. McClellan Attorney Joseph K. Skipper 221 GeorgeV.. ('rlb 8, Defendant
team this year are forward and B squads play Gainesville High 1 j small strip of land to Ritch. voted last time. ford Cot.nty Board has requestedthe Graham Building Jacksonville \OTI(''': TO APPB4R .
there. and next I I Ala.) Members of the unit attending state to sell $525,000 in bondsto To: George. CrihUa whose I
Tuesday night the remdence -
captain. Agnes Lawson and guards (1 The matter of delinouent city Here is the roster of your Florida ana file the original In the office of and addr.1if
girls travel Trenton for I service schools and two full be used for building 'he Clerk of tfce Circuit Unknown }
to a I Court
Jimmie Cole and Ann Crosby game occupational licenses (due Oct.: 1,. delegation. Clip it and save purposes. jr before the on You are hereby notified that a

who are the only returning letter-i while the boys will play in Ocala. j|10f last year) was brought up and i it for future reference. The percentages time employees accounted for the Supt. H. P. Morgan has expressed 8 day of February, 1954; against SUit for divorce In the ha.been flied I
you above named
men. Others making the squad *discussed. It was decided that de- shown represent how they remainder of the pay. the hope that these bonds will be Complaint otherwise the will 'allegations of sai' Court and cause and you are required -
I e taken
are Barbara Prevail Linda Johns]I Keystone Bank !;(linquent businesses would be given I voted last time on the "Pro-Eisen The exact amount of money )sold during the first of the year. 'd This by you. as confess- pleadings to serve a to copy the of Hill your of answeror Cum I
notice shall
Jackie Colley. Jackie Prevatt. Sets Annual MeetThe I until Jan. 15 to pay up and then :hower" test votes and is not drawn by local Guardsmen is not i' Other matters taken up by the each week for four bt CODSel'utlYJ't'eks publishedonce plaint on the Plaintiff's attornet.
Sandra Strickland. Marcia Kay the licenses would be turned over j their over-all Democratic party | School Board included acceptance \\ In the End ford County Tele. Carlos E Harper. :204 We t l' lv..r- I
Hazen and Jackie Hobbs at for- i Ii known Crosby explained since j jof i the resignations of two Bradford graph. sit)' Avenue. Gainesville Florida
regular annual meeting of to the police for collection. voting record. I' Dated this t day or January. 1954. and file the original in the office of
ward. Guards are Janice Dansby I I SEN. SPESSARD HOLLAND of those men who attended service i ir High teachers.' The resigning (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daro> the Clerk of the Circuit Court on cr ,

Babs Lance Gail Duke and Kay stockholders State Bank will of be the held Keystone Monday, Troop 70 Wins Bartow 84 'per cent Pro Eisen- schools, are furnished withholding 'I r j! teachers are: Susan C. Kennedy. By Marian Clerk U Crosby.of the Ircult Deputy Court Clerk otherwise before the 8 the day allegations of February of, 1954.said ,

Rowland. I [third grade teacher who is Bill of Complaint will be
hower; Florida's Senior Senator, tax forms at the time of giving its 4t l/!!! taken as
Jan. 11. at 3 p. m. for the pur- gradua- confessed by you.
Miss Bishop has plenty of and former governor of Florida. I'' np her teaching position "on This notice shall be
pose of electing directors and Annual I tion or upon leaving the school. published
height for forwards Speed and Awards First elected to the Senate No- of her physician", effective I once each week for four conserutivi-
transacting other business.A "We furnish each individual Jan. NOTICE 'weeks in The Dradfurd County Tele
23 Tf
j ; and Mrs. Geraldyn G AHPKARIn
accurate shooting are the goal I vember 5, 1946 and again in 1952. Circuit Court. Bradford graph.

that the forwards are working on statement of the bank's affairs -i Boy Scouts of Troop 70 went to SEN. GEORGE SMATHERS of Guardsman a form W-2 (withholding -;: Silva, music teacher, whose resignation Florida ID Chancery. Cosaty Dated this C day of January. A.D

now. at the close of business on (I Gainesville Thursday night of lastjweek (I Miami 53 per cent Pro Eisen- statement) for the pay ; is effective Jan. 15. Mrs David Louisa P.Brookes Brook., Defendant..". Plaintiff vs. 1954.(OFFICIALSEAL) Charles A. Darb>

Coach Hazelwood's A squad hasa Dec. 31 is carried elsewhere in I for the monthly Court ofj I bower; former special assistant I I received for armory drill, and the Silva gave as her reason for quit- Case :No. 10-264 Clerk of the circuit Court
the .Notice By Marian U .
ting fact that her husband's To \ppar.To Crosby. Deput. Clerk
2-2 record to date. The boys this issue and shows a substantial -. Honor. to the Attorney General, served 'army finance center concerned furnishes business : Louisa Brookes whose resi 1/8 U I.'JJV
I I Baker two terms in the House before each Guardsman with is taking him away ,dence and address is
,smothered Palatka and Lake City growth during 1953. Buddy Harry Stallings,, a : o/o John D.
from Starke. j
by lopsided scores, but lost a close Johnny Mack Kelly, David Lawson being elected to the Senate No- W-2 while at summer camp and N.O'Flynn.T Plainview. HicKsville. L. I..

38-35 decision to New Smyrna CARD OF THANKSTo Billy Dampier Donald Coop vember 7, 1950. those attending service schools,*' j j Two teachers were hired by the You are hereby notified hat a / C. T. II

Beach and a 53-44 contest to er Bobby Libby, and Gary Farber I REP. COURTNEY CAMPBELL Crosby said."However. j I Board to take the place of those I salt Divorce for .

,Deland. Their two losses were to those who expressed their advanced in rank. Those who successfully of Tampa first district 81 per! I am sure the total 1 J l resigning. They are: bas been filed against you la the

conference foes but have no bear- sympathy in so many thoughtfulways I passed tests for merit cent Pro Eisenhower. Serving pay drawn by members of our 'j Mrs. Virienne Rainy Knight you ibove are named required Court to and cause and THERE ARE SO MANY
a copy o( WAYS
ing at all on the conference race. bereave badges were: J. R. Batten, Robert i his first term. He is a director of company in 1953 would be close music teacher, who was graduatedfrom vour answer or pleading to the OF HAVING FUN THAT
during our recent
since the winner of the northern Cooper, Archie Green, D. Ritch the First National Bank in Tam to $40,000" the Unit Administrator Monticello High School received omplalnt on the Plaintiff'sAttorney THERE IS NO NEED FOR ALCOHOLIC

'halt plays the winner of the ment, we wish to extend our heart Green, Edward Green, Robert Kelly I pa and a leader in the citrus in- said. "I believe this is the her Bachelor of Music degree 507 Clark William BUilding D. Jacksonville Morgan.- DRINK".

southern half for the conference felt thanks.-The family of Edward Jan Mundorff, Lonzo Kirkland,, dustry. most money Guardsmen have received from Florida State University and file Florida ANGELO PATh
origraat in cue office of
championship. F. Phillips. I Leslie Libby, Charles Manier,, I REP. CHARLIE BENNETT of in this unit since its activation attended Eastman School of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

I Kenneth Miller Freddie Stevens,, I Jacksonville. second district 62 here." Music, Rochester N. Y.. taught _>_ _I -.--

i I!. Johnny Stevens. Tommy Stallings I ner cent Pro Eisenhower. Serv- Capt. Hugh B. Ingram, company elementary music at South Citylj I

Sell It Rent ft Trade It!!,! Wallace Wise, and Charles Kirk- ing his third term. He is a lawyer commander, explained that School. Tallahassee, three and I %INKIER
land. this one-half is ELECTRIC SERVICE
I and a former member of the Florida increase is due to the fact years, married and has j i

| The local troop won the at- State Legislature. that many of the unit's top NCO's ,no children. ,

%WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED !| tendarue: award for the year and I I REP. BOB SIKES of Crestview are staying in the company longer. Mrs. Edith L. Reiner third

!| shin) the advancement platter for.j I third district 54 per cent Pro .1 "Seldom do we have request for ,grade teacher who is presently

1953. I I Eisenhower. Serving his seventh i discharge from a man who has :interning at BITS from the Univer-

Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place I term. A former newspaper publisher been with us a year or more," !' :sity of Florida where she is to

Brooker To Elect he is Dean of the delega- Capt. Ingram said. "Then too. ; receive her Bachelor: of ft..rts in

20 WORDS OR, LESS ONK INSERTION - 50c 'I'tion and js referred to as the "he- last year we had about a dozen ;i Education degree in February RADIO

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c New Officials ,, coon." men and officers to attend van-1 ;She was graduated from St Pet-

DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CENT O\ TWO Oft MORE ISKRTIO25 \41 ;! REP. BILL LANTAFF of Mi- I ous courses of instruction at service ,' -i ) : AND
: I (ersburg High School and attend
lami. fourth district 66 per cent schools." i
Auurno.vu.. FOR HLI.MJ ADS OR ADS !NOT PAID i\ ADVANCE \, Feb. 9 ed St. Petersburg Junior Collegetwo
Tuesday, i PRO Eisenhower. Serving his Three of the company's key I TELEVISIONSales

1IEMORIAXS, CARD QF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20e PER LINE :J i second term. He holds the spot in NCO's recently re-enlisted. They !I years.

(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) I A general election will be held the House formerly occupied by were SFC Frank W. Dryden Jr., j I Other business taken up by the _

Ii Senator Smathers and is a lawyer. Cpl. Lynn D. Hamilton and School I .
-| in Brooker on Tuesday, Feb. 9, for I' Cpl. Board was of a routine

FOR SALE'-Electric I the purpose of electing a mayor, a I REP. SYD HERLONG JR. of Marklee J. Norman.Lt. nature consisting mostly of the and Service \
< Sanitary computing
Kcale :24! Ib capacity |25. I| town clerk a town marshal and "Leesburg. fifth district 55 per Randall Chitty, recruiting payment of current bills. The tressees rflFSSSSSJSSSS srrsflJ S.fSSSSSSJ _flfl
A. J. THOMASREAL Electric Coca-Cola cold drink box |two{ councilmen. cpnt Pro Eisenhower. Servinghis officer, states that the unit's recruiting I
$!S. Plnehurut Cabins Phone I I and meeting was adjourned shortly be- 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida'r
ESTATE BROKER 17-lt-l-l. 3tp 1/8 I I Incumbents whose terms are eXpiring -. third term. He is a lawyer program continues because j 1

SM Temple A.e. TeI.baeU ] are: Mayor Hewlett Ander.son .- [formerly served as County Judgeof of the constant turnover due ]I fore noon. !I.

U.rk" Florida, LET HANDLE J. V. ODOM.YOUR JR. I : Clerk David W. Green Marshall -- Lake County. to discharges because of change -- ,

CATTLE AND HOGS Victor Jones; and CouncilmenL. REP. DWIGHT ROGERS of of residence or enlistments the I .. .. .
Has .
SALES Fort Lauderdale. sixth district regular service. It is e"k
Live Oak Each Wedne.dar A. Mott and Clyde Cone. interestingto
0.1.111 Each Friday All terms are for one year. except 59\ per rent Pro Eisenhower. note !hat the unit preparedW2 .e.

>->rw DnrllUit la Starkr.dewa .e FOR SALE 3" I: 8" x 16" Concrete I' councilmen. who are elected Serving his fifth term. He is a forms for 117 individuals for
pa).rM. laatallmrata.like Block 18c each. Plenty of" for two years. lawyer and has held his place in 1953 while at the present time ,
reaL Tata !. >.ur chance Mortar Mix and Cemeat. Brad- since the districtwas there are 87 men in the
Congress ever
... SB a aew home.acre ford Engineering: Company. Phone Any person desiring to offerj j company.
... tf himself or herself as a candidatefor set up. Many of the young men join to get
I r
-14 far.. comfortable rerfideaee JIM HALEY of Sarasota. as much experience as before
REP. possible
of offices make
Stare any may
two mile* from FOR SALE-Tjvo acres or will sell I
....000.00. In. lots.. Mrs. Duve. Holder. Rt. -,1, I.. written request to the town clerk ceventh district 61 per cent going into the regular serv-
isoi i;;:>. aiarne. r la oip i/ia I Eisenhower. ms I ice.
Pro Serving
before 12 o'clock -
J-41 acre farm S mile* of on or noon on;
Mark.. S room BOBHC. land I Saturday Jan. 23. first term. He formerly headed I "We have vacancies for six

ader feare 94.400.00. Inspectors appointed to conduct the famous Ringling Brothers men at this time, but plan to try

I.-0>e alee renideatlal lot left. LAWN MOWERSAnd I j the election are G. W. Baxter, Coy Barnum & Bailey Circus. I to fill the unit this spring" Lt.
for aale 0.ew fllaadi.ltlkiii I II MATTHEWS of Chitty said.
,.. Oa -'0.u1k datvapayueat i Edwards and Sam Mott.
balaare la monthly OUTBOARD MOTOR I Registration books were opened: Gainesville, eighth district 56 The unit is currently busy pre-

p..e.t. REPAIRSV. j Ion January 5 for new registrations; per cent Pro Eisenhower. He is a paring for its annual Inventoryon

I-Commercial kite., residential at Pinholster's Store. Those who' former school teacher and servedlone Jan. 18, and for Annual Ar-

lot..acreage.Mart lake .trout iiropcrtlcw.aad I have previously registered need term in the Florida State Leg- mory Inspection on Feb. 8 by the

S. ST. JOHN i!not register again to vote on Feb. islature. Inspector General from Third 1
the !Nem Year "Uk. ,
off Army Headquarters.Plans -
:9. \Well those are the men who :. -
la Bradford -- ... .
aouad lateatmeat At Newsoms .16.
Body Shop .. ..
C....,. Real E.tateF.IIIAtftis j I Any person entitled under the represent Florida in Washington. are also beginning to r : .ac.-
_-",", 1'1' ,__ _.... Starke, Fla. flaws of Florida to the right of Also where they are from, how shape up for the forthcoming ; : '1 .-

) franchise and who has resided Ibng they have been here and how weekend trips to Camp Blanding .
within the Brooker town limits and for the earlier-than-usual two
Hill William Owaer far they leaned toward President
Lake Butler. .'1.. /OR KENT-Three room furnished I for six months immediately prior Eisenhower during the first half weeks of field training in June. I

rare Camellias.varieties.Aialeas.Also Dayllll Standard ft. High-and apartment. Michigan utilities Haich lurnisueu.Reasonable. Key-. I to registration. and who has not of the 83rd Congress. They are all I "You can expect to see a lot of I /ltesenling the mighty arisloctal
busy Guardsmen for the next few
eat quality reanonable prices. Open tone Ho>>.d. tiiguvtay lot 3 maesout. I previously registered is entitled. Democrats. How will they vote I
Saturdays and Sunday except by lip to vote and urged to do so. 'his time? Their vote may make I months." Crosby said. "We will

appointment FOR SALE-Cloud Guernsey milk Registration books will close on. \ difference in the President's have all members present for the

RADIOS REPAIRED cow, will be fresh within week. I Jan. 23.Registration. nrogram. It might even influence inventory on Jan. 18 and for the of light- duly trucks-

All ...k.. All Model See C. R. Shuford. Lawtey Up he course of history. Certainly, inspection on Feb. 8. This is a
Beaaoaahle charge* l1I.r..t... for all
\ members
CHA9. C. SHEPHERD BILLY GOAT FOR SAL reasonable Books 'it will make interesting news for even
7M W. rail St. Dtarke Ph. O in breeding I.aU"l'lI1an 1U. !, he next six months. those attending drill with other
KOI !16. Starke Ito Open In PrecinctsFor units while out of town."

FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. inquire MAN: OR WOMAN: to di.-tribute Watkins The first drill in 1954 will be
at Bus Station. tf Nettles Ootimsitic the 19&4 GIG I IHERE
:Nationally Advertised Products
to established customers in the convenience of the public held Monday night, Jan. 11.Cook's .

>'OR SALE 174 acres partlY Starke. Full or part time. Earnings registration books are now Over Outlook
cleared. near Starke Farmers unlimited. :No car or other in the various county precincts -
Market (100 per acre. Contact A. iniaslmait necessary. Write Mr. open For Brooker Crops Store
H. Balgemann. 313: 16th St. NM St.tersburg. C. R. Ruble. Dept. I>-4. The J. R. as follows:
Fla. 4tp 1/13 Walking Company. :Memphis. Ten-
No. 1 Lawtey. Roberts Store.
nessee. ltpWANTEDExperleneed Although unusually heavy De- Closed Saturday

!'OU rooraa KENT:and-Upstairs large sleeping apartment.porch. No. 2. North Starke Court- ember rains might delay plantng is the most extraordinary And-a truck feature pioneered by
.. U/'. It. B. Merlon 700 :N. Walnut Good hour, reasonable pay.- house. ; operations for ten days or I : truck ever built. CMC-it offers the driversaving,
Up i Cooks Store a landmark here
L St Apply Shell Oil Bulk Plant. No. 3, South Starke Court- two weeks R. A. Nettles, manager It has the moneysaving advantages of Truck
Phone S4. tf since 1931 closed "officially" last smart styling of a fine
IVAN'TED-Hume for It-year-oM house. of the Brooker State Farmers Hydra-Matic Drive*.
girl. in exchange for hou'ewnrk. Saturday, although the owner. passenger car-a sweeping grille of
?OR liENT: -Two unfurnishedhoufes. Market that the outlook for
Contact Florence Jennings. Box: Electruity running wat- No. 4. Graham, Mrs. Ollie Riv. says Earl Cook stated that he was modern design-a panoramic one. One final and surprising point. The
!S9. Starke. or phone 361 after 6p.m. residence.No. '1 fine spring crop in that sec-
er. Both )30 per month. L. B. Jor- ers still off piece windshield-two-tone interi. CMC
ltdh selling the stock and Price of the value for value
don. Rt 1. lN x 304. Starke. Fla. Mon: seems good at this time. ,
ltP 5, Hampton Home's Store. would continue to do so throughthis ors with harmonizing upholstery- H unsurpassed anywhere on the truck
FOR SALE-1600 egg incubator and Although Irish
battery brooders. 24 inch cut off No. 6, Theressa, Mrs. DelaneyDickerson potato acreage week. luxury features that will make you market.
laW other tools and come household 'OR SALE-Jacobse' !O inch hollow residence. "iay be about 25 per cent under Mr. Cook said that his poor proud to be seen in it.
gooda. Inquire at Joe Peele lawn mower excellent condi 'he heavy 1953 planting very little That's the story. The next move is
4 miles X. W. of Lawtey on tion. Can be seen at Simpson'sBike I No.7. New River Mrs. Mans health was the main reason for
And it has whopping
decrease in volume is a 125-horsepower Come in and "the
expected world'senginemore
Hosier Road :!I" 1/15 Shop. 327 S Walnut St liDOR ':Wiggins residence.No. closing the business, and that he yours. see
*ue to amount of water availablefor powerful than many most modem truck.-And-llUike
LOST-Rhlnentone earring in front I SALE Twenty acre farm. paved I 8, Brooker Colson's Store the spring crop. Five carloads had no immediate plans for the trucks with a two-ton rating. soon
nf U.3.O. Now Tear's Evf Please I road. new cement block house. Mrs. Marian L. Crosby. supervisor future. except to "rest up and
return to Bradford County Teleem I S bedrooms, tractor and equipment I of seed rotatoes have already ar- The
of 19 *
take Pickup-
it for while. models-
easy" a one
of registration, issued thefollowing I Optional at ixtra ast
r>h. ItnBALK (with or without) W. J.Poehner. i -ived at Brooker and if the
Raiford Fla. lip advisory: ground The business grew from its small has a box that holds up to 11 more
roR -VS Ohow punnie. $5 I Ines off sufficiently, planting op- beginning in 1931 to become one cubic feet than last year's ,
each. V. S. St. Johns, Phone 17-R-t NEW HAMPSHIRE LIVE FRYERS If you: have changed residence orations intent start next week. capacious ffllCAgate .
ito 1'flVkN1'ED !> of the largest grocery and meat model.Its tall is grain-tight
each. ('omeand them.
from to
get one precinct another Last from
year eight
I to ten
Twining. SIS Park St lip 'within stores in this area. It was started and jflatight.t Get a
the county it is
necessary of seed potatoes
TWO TOT G MEN ton were ship- the father of the
by owner.
room <1 h\ard. Mrs. Tat Os-, FOR SALE-Boys English type 3 only to notify the supervisor at the oed: to Brooker growers. present

fett. Road 100 in Citv Limits. ltD gear bicycle almost new. Australian courthouse and the records will be
pines. Australian silk oaks. I Nettles also reports that pepper
WftN"Efl TO IlfY ned knee hAle arborvitae pyracanthea, super changed promptly. 'eed beds are being planted with TIlE RIGHT POINT for th* '

offt"e dei k. tent over 4t i I""""" giant Swiss pansy plants. Tropical If you have registe/jd since orospects good for a large acre- way you write. Com In and iii'- PONTIAC
"wt4e. Gladys Moody. Phone SS. If house plants. Mrs. Mamie L.
Ddd. Keystone Heights. Zip 1/15 Jan. 1. 1950. it is not necessary to ige of this increasingly popular Ifct your favorite ESTERBROOR \

FOR RKNT-Two room furnishedarifcrtment re-register I UNLESS you failed to !crop. Large acreage of CO'l cu- Fountain Pen. Only $TS7 at hone 67 Corner Court & Jefferson Sts. SUrke Fla.
pas stove IIn" eleetrtire'r'seratur FOR nE.'T-Furnlfh.d bedroom ''vote ,
in any of the elections held
Roy Tomlinson. US apartment. Inquire at Shepherds : vegtatfes are You'll do fceftef on a used truck with
GMC dealer
Madison St.. Phone I7S-W. lip T.V and Radio Shop Up during' 1952. also planned by Brooker growers. your


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