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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
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STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15: 1954 NUMBER TWESTY.SBVEN
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: Tuesday night city officials and ,, place in which to live. A plan- "It can't be accomplished in one speaker placed emphasis on ..lanI for planning and zoning. they said

: cine leaders of Starke met together I'ning program is not concerned exclusively year, or two years, or even three.It I I ning" rather than "zoning." ,II since it will be comparatively easy

and asked themselves the with homes, or busi- must be a long-range, long- 'I'''I "Planning," said he, "is a Continuing to regulate construction in the Undeveloped -

lundamental question: I nesses, or industries. It is not term project. program of organized, areas recently incorporated -

"Do( we, or do we not wish to I concerned exclusively with streets, But even these sobering words comprehensive community fore into the city.

.r" : undertake a planning program for' or highways, or railroads. It is failed to dampen the enthusiasmof thought. Zoning is only one of: the Accompanying Dean Arnett to

$ ; ,. :: Starke?" not concerned exclusively with the the group assembled. They 1 tools of planning. Zoning is not an the meeting were John L. K

When the meeting adjournedafter economic base of the community, seemed to recognize a job that I end in itself but one of the means Grand and T. W. Patterson, bothOf

ji more than two hours of informal oY with schools or with recrea- needed to be done and were I by which a plan is put into erect. the College of Architecture and

I- I \ discusson: the answer tIon.4 But rather, it is concerned ready to shoulder the responsibility. Fundamentally, zoning is the control .Allied Arts, and W. C. Havard of

$- seemed to be a definite yea, but with the relationships of these of the use of land by the Community the College of Arts and Sciences.

still unanswered were a hatful of elements to each other and to the "How do we start?" was the to promote the general They came at the invitation of

vital questions such as: community.. question most frequently asked. welfare of all citizens of the to' 'D." A. J. Thomas, Sr., chairman of the

.- --- :. -_.- -'-- L I I Where do we begin? Then said Dean Arnett: "I be- "In one of three ways" said Tuesday's meeting was the ;dnd Zoning Board, who sought their

Governor Congressman S.A.L. Veep ] How will we keep it going? Keve that the citizens of a community Dean Arnett: of free-and-easy, informal gathering advise as how best to implementa
Acting
E. J hnli D. R. (Billy) Matthews Warren T. %VhiteThey'll i I How much will it cost? can have any kind of community 1. The community can under- that has served Starke so :well planning program here if the city
Charley Tuesday night's meeting was the they really want. They take the entire job itself without Iin the past in getting its citizens should decide to go a.ead1th the

first step in the recently-named can have any kind of communitythat any professional advice; I together to solve mutual probemsor project.In .

Zoning Board's self-otyled "slow they want to work for, to 2. A community can hire a plan- to implement programs for: '. the addition to all members of the

Be At Forestry DemonstrationActing and easy" approach to a program fight for, to pay for." ning consultant to do the entire benefit of the community. City Council and the Zoning
: -'%\ kind of did the job alone. Dean Arnett
that at best will be headache- community and three members Board, the following civic groups .
laden. No one disputed the fact, citizens of Starke want? The five 3. The community can work cooperatively of the University staff who| accompanied were represented by delegations:

however that ultimate results council members, five zoning board with a planning con- him were obvioUSlyj!impressed Junior Woman's Club, Beta Sigma

Governor Charley E. :!9 ; would be worth the time and ef- members, and representatives of sultant, calling upon him for advice !- by the cooperative spirit Phi, Business & Professional

Johns and Congressman D. R. And iort eight civic groups assembled in and guidance and for such that brought so many citizens, out Women's Club Rotary Club, Lions

(Billy) Matthews of Gainesville : .: Keynote speaker was William T. the city hall Tuesday night were .professional help as may be need- on a cold night to discuss even so Club, Starke Garden Club, American

will participate in the Starke I Tt4t : Arnett, Dean of the College of sure they wanted a well-planned, ed, but making use of as many important a matter as planmng Legion, Elks Club and Chamber -

forestry demonstration to be held They Architecture and Allied Arts and orderly-growing, and eye-appeal- citizens of the community as pos- and zoning. of Commerce.
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on Friday, January 22 on State :I chairman of the Graduate Faculty ing community. But how to get it, sible for the many tasks involvedin Call Starke Fortunate ,, Chairman Thomas stated that

property located north of the I in Community Planning at the and once obtained how to an effective planning program.For -
I They were likewise imprest by he would call his! board together at
State farmers' market, accordingto Chart fr4 university of Florida. keep it? That was the question. obvious reasons, said the

an announcement made yester I _,.__ Purpose of Ilanning A Continuing Job dean, the only practical method is the progressiveness of the c"m-; an early date to decide upon the

day by Robert N. Hoskins. In- : "Basically," said Dean Arnett, "Once you've started a plan you the third. munity in recently extending, its next step to be taken in view .f

dustrial Forester, Seaboard Air The 'the purpose of a planning pro- can: never let up. It's a continuing Zoning Incidental city limits. Such expansion ;has the favorable reaction obtained at

Line Railroad Company. Warren : gram is to make a town a betterMeterTakeTops prdgrani." Dean Arnett warned. Throughout his remarks the put Starke in an enviable pcsijtkm Tuesday's meeting.

T. White, Assistant Vice Presidentof
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the railroad, will introduce both '. c I WITH A TOTAL OF $221,450 '
Issue
speakers.The Day's $$525,000

program which is sponsored -


and to will by get the oj>under en Seaboard with way an, at is address scheduled 10 a.m.of- Events t : $$6O tOIn'53Parking) For Schools O.K. '53 Construction Is Up 50 %


welcome by Governor Johns. .
The Cabinet Board of EducationIn Construction of homes and
meters in Starke yielded new
Harry Vocational E. Wood.Agriculture State Supervisorof will give o 6513.61 in pennies and nickels Tallahassee this week approved commercial buildings and repairs I :$35,000, and one permit issued for sion; Mary Blankenship, $10,000

the grief talks will also during the year 1953, topping all issuance of school building bonds and alterations to same in Starke .J1.500 in residential remodelL g. home on Church Street; H. Chandler -

be response.Harold Colee, Execu- 9 previous years since the meters for,"38 Florida counties. Included during 1953 took a 50 per cent Home btulders starting out 'ar- $10,000 home in Reno, and
by
given Bradford whose ly this year are: Clayton V Ue, Mack Futch. $10,000 home on
County
tive Vice President of the Florida have been installed.The was jump over building figures for
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$5.000 home in Pinehurst vi- Park Street.
Board of Public Instruction had 1952.
State Chamber of Commerce: C. GETTING THEIR HEADS TOGETHER on plans for Forestry Demonstration parking meter take for
H. Coulter, State Forester, FloridaForest 1953 was close to $300 (or fiver reque3ted issuance of $525,000 in City hall records of permits
Day are (seated 1 to r) V. R. Ferguson. vocational agriculture Two Old Homes
Bow To Stations
Service; Representative Braifanl farmagent f cent) better than reported receipts -bonds for a building program.It issued during 1953 show a total of
instructor,_BI1S, and George T Huggins, : County would
estimated that it
E. Conner. and George B. of 6219.48 in 1952. was $221,450 worth of building activi-
'Doyle
(Standing 1 to r) State Representative Doyle E. Conner, and
Williams Turpentine and Rosin i I Since: their installation in June, take about two months to process ty in this city during the year just
Robt. X. Hoskins, Industrial Forester with Seaboard Air Line Railroad.of r
Factors. The woods demonstra- I 11949, the meters have yielded a the* bonds for selling. H. P. Mor- oast. The figure for 1952 was ; ;

tioni \\illinclude timber stand im- Starfcv will serve a*. 6'::"' lr o'ation and maintenance ." of':;L>la; of 525,275.73: to the'City of gH bounty school superintendent, 5145,975. I'

provement;' rk"chipping and acid program chairman. portable power circular and chan: I j ja'.vs Starke. said that after the bonds were I This latest figure approachesthe
I sold it would take about month
There at present, 121 parking a
stimulation, and fence post treatment are all-time
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Following the serving of free and mechanical tree planting II i bids high set during the
to advertise for and receive
meters in Starke. with seven
Discussion! leaders are sandwiches and coffee by the by George W. Mosely, President of''I early Blanding period of 1941
done."We'll
work to be
I to Be installed on Thompson Street on
Farm Forester,
George L. Reinert,
Home Economics Department of the Florida Forestry Equipment During that year $366,935 in new
Phil Larsonof this week. Ten meters were in- be doing well if we get
Clements and
Ralph I
Company. The will conclude building was reported. Then
Bradford High School compli- program war-
actual started the
stalled on Court Street the latter any building by
the Lake City Branch of the
with fire control I time restrictions brought building
ments of the Seaboard Con- equipment -
first of June, Morgan said.
Forest of November, and 15 were
Southeastern Experiment part I
Matthews will discussthe deneonstrations by District Forester practically to a halt. A near-
gressman Street the Morgan added that if prospec- _
erected _
Station County Agent George on Thompson
need for expanding Florida's J. Frank Lee Florida Forest record high was reported in 1951
Huggins and Assistant Extension early part of this week. tive buyers of the bonds wantedtoo Building totals for that __
Forester Tony Jenren for the respective forest economy. Service. Policeman E. L. McKnight, who high an interest rate the amounted to 330435. Then year the

subjects. V. R. Ferguson,, The afternoon field demonstrations The open meeting will last about has charge of the meters believes I county could refuse to sell the I slump to $146,975 in 1952.

vocational agriculture instructor.1' will Include discussions on.1'four hours. ; that if the recently added I,.bonds which will be backed by
I meters had been in operation the automobile tag receipts.A Commercial building In 1953

1953 whole the receipts $515,000 school building pro- amounted to $107,000 as compared T- -- ; ;-: -
Rainfall year, year's .
And Girls Basketball Teams with $68,100 for 1952.
Boys would have easily topped 7000. gram outlined for Bradford Coun- Included -'

I ty is as follows: R.J.E. High among the commercial buildings 4. k
Sets High Mark School-13 new class rooms, cafeteria erected last year were: $20- ', CI I q _

Have Home Games Friday Night I I Utility Tax Up and showers, $200,000; 000 Gold House Restaurant; $12-
I Lawtey Negro school-five new KK) Shell Service Station; $20,000
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Over five and a half feet of class rooms and conversion of old Hercules Maintenance Shop; and

The boys and girls basketball halftime lead and Callahan was rain was recorded at the Camp After I building into cafeteria and offices two $20,000 Phillips Oil Co. sta ,-

teams will be at home tonight sorely outclassed falling to notcha Blardlng station during 1953aVout ExpansionA $50.000. tions. (The Phillips stations are ,- _
(Friday) when the girls will play field goal until midway the third Bradford High School-gym- in the process of construction but _
two feet than the
more 1"I
Lake City while the boys entertain period.Bradford's. increase in the city's nasium, band room, choral room, were started last year.) I : :
sharp
the Jacksonville Tech lads. substitutes took over average annual rainfall in this $150,000; Starke elementary In the residential category, per- _

The girls are still seeking their in the third period completely, and I area.Only five per cent utility tax on gas : school-eight class rooms, offices mits were issued during 1953 for it. _

tint win losing the last two out- held their own for the remainder I one month, May. showed a and electricity has been noted. and cafeteria $115,000.Merchants nine new houses at a total cost of
by close scores. Coach Bish- since the limits were extended :.
ings of the game. rainfall shortage when only 0.35 city 72500. This compares with six

op'a girls have 'been severely handi- Miss Bishop's girls are certainly 1 inch was recorded. August was I by popular referendum last new homes at a total of $43.100for I _

their capped ace in their scorer last Agnes two games Lawson with, :working hard this season and I Ii 'the wettest month with a grand Sept. 8.This [ Set 1952. : .. ,-.: ., ____

i with Lawson sidelined, she has a the New home _
sidelined by a knee injury Incur total of 17.95 inches. tax went into effect in builders in 1953 -__

red last week when they played I brand new set of forwards playing 1 I By months the totals January newly embraced areas the day DatesMembers were: A. Hartmann, $10,000 home;
were
this Holiday
who have before
never played Charles G. Schaefer $10,000; Rob .
Cal-
in Jacksonville.
Jackson High '' after the Sept. 8 election. The be-
lahan the BHS 38-29 I season. Two of the starters are 4.56; February, 1.62; March: ert G. Green $10.000; R. S. Was-
girls
nipped utility '
aDd Trenton eased by with a 36-32 freshmen and one a junior. I 2.SO; April 8.95; May 0.35; June fore-and-after picture of the of the Retail Mer- din $9,500; Paul H. Faulkner

victory Tuesday night. The game with Lake City to- I 494; July 8.61; August 17.95; tax situation, as shown by city chants Division of the Starke $10000; r;. L. Lovell, $10,000:

night is one that was originallyet hall records, is like this: Acme Homes, Inc., $6.500; Edwin _
The boys had an easy time with I September 4.27; October 3.40; November Chamber of Commerce, at a meet-
for the holidays. Bradford's In the month before Williams. $1,500; and Fred Leon- rr
Callahan. ecoring a 59-22 win last 2.55; December 662. I August ing Tuesday morning elected Irvin -
boys will get to play their first I the city limits were extended, hard, $5,000.Starke _
Friday night, but losing to Ocala. Grand total Robbins as chairman for 1954
an A A class school, by a 56-49 opponent who will be in the same 66.62 inches. for the year was I"total utility tax receipts were i, and decided on store holidays for home owners repairedand I I

score Tuesday night. district tournament with them. I $ 71.21. These receipts climbed toi the coming year as follows: remodeled their homes to the
for I I
Average this is
around
Paul Rivers continues to lead On Saturday night they play 40 inches area i i total of $907.83 for September. Monday, July 5; Labor Day, tune of $10,100 during) 1953, according I

the boys in scoring, sinking 23 Fletcher High of Jacksonville I j per :year. j! tie month of the annexation. In Sept. 6; Armistice Day Nov. 11; to permits issued for -Polaroid L-Mltute Photos by thi Telegraph
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points against Callahan, but Stan- Beach, there. Fletcher is another' October utility tax receipts soared!! Thanksgiving. Nov. 25; Christ- same. Business owners repaired

ley Clark took top honors against team that is in the same districts Ocala Negro Finds I to a total of $991.63. but dropped mas, Dec. 25; and New Years, and remodeled their establishments I I Two new Phillips Gas Stations are currently being erected on the

Ocala with 14 counters, while Arnold Pradford. and Coach Hazel- One Thing Leads j off slightly to $971.31 during No- I II Jan. I, 1955. to the extent of $25,850. This includes sites .of two of Starke's old- home. At top: the F. A. Scott residence
Smith next with 13. vood can get an idea how strong I vember. I merchants decided to
was I The continue the approximately $20,000! Hill remain standing, but the new service station will obstruct
Coach Hazelwood let his startIng teams are in his district. j I To Another JAIL! i] All returns for the month of staying open until 7 p. in.on addition to the Big Dad plant anda It from view on the Temple .Avenue side. This house was built for Dr.
five play the first quarter] The game with Gainesville High. i jr "-ember are not in as yet from| Saturdays and close at noon oni $3,000 addition to the Arthur
Aaron Scott, early Starke MU, before the turn of the
against Callahan and. with a 13-4 I originally scheduled for last Sat-i An Ocala Negro.! John Heard. I the various utility companies, but I i Thursdays, with the exception Hotel. century.
started from urday night. was postponed to another ,who pave his address as 10 Lime 1 I th shout half dozen companies ;
lead. substituting ': T a of the three Thursdays preceding Also included in building figuresfor Center: The old Uamriok borne, corner of S. Walnut and Lafayette
then on. Bradford held a 30-9 date. late in January. St.. Tuesday morning found out to be heard from yet. Decem- Christmas. when it will be optional 1953 are two $3.000 permits has been torn down to make way for another Phillips station. Sceneof
the hard way that: ((1) "Crimedosen't ber receipts already total $722.12. : with the individual merchant -
. I issued for the moving of two Mrs. Sarah Hamrick's ea-remembered kindergarten this house-
Keystone Bank Alvarez StoreIs pay. (2)) You should slow: The largest single source of the J I. whether or not he stays
I down when driving through school'' houses into Starke from out-of- was occupied in early days by'the Vasco Alvarez family, and was also
tax is from
cent :
five utility
i. per i open.
Elects! Officials Observing60th I;. town locations. built in the 1800's.
- zones.D. j electrical current produced and It will also be optional with I

At Annual Meeting I AnniversaryThis B. Thomas, Lawtey Marshall sold by the city. This source accounts -!I|I i the merchants whether or not they This year promises to be an- Bottom The addition
with : new tofactory: of Big Dad Manufacturing Co.
I arrested Heard Tuesday morning; for around two-thirds of remain open on'the nights during other big one for building,
marks the 60th anniversary I' already issued for four was among Important corameftial construction in 1953. Just completed -
J. Edwin Larson was re-elected week when he failed to slow down go- the total utility tax collected. i. Christmas week. permits
_A chairman of the board of of Starke's oldest established -I ing through Lawtey school zone. : Other utilities who collect the tax I j i The annual Santa Claus parade''I new. residences at a total cost of the addition will be ned for storage of piece goods.

tors rind G. E. Wiggins dlrec-I clothing store. It was in I j The arrest for a routine traffic from customers and remit to the ''was set for Friday.. Dec. 10. at

elected president of the Keystone 1S94 (Jan. 15, to be exact) that ;!I violation took on more serious city include the various gas distributing 1:30p.m. Mayor's Court County Receives Racing Payment Of $10,000Bradford I

State Bank at the annual stock- J. M. Alvarez founded the clothingst&re !:aspects when the arresting officer companies. the tele- I I
bears his name.A I' of County. along with 66 cision is expected from the Eu-
holders meeting held Monday afternoon. that found 16 five-gallon jugs moon- phone company and the Florida: 'Farm BureauTo Eight cases were disposed of
familiar landmark on Call shine in the 1953 Chev- other Florida counties, was somewhat -reme Court this month.
I whiskey which -
Co.,
Power & Light supplies by Mayor J. Wainwright at the I
Street these the Alvarez driven the Meet richer this month as the result By a special act of the legislature -
Al Nelson was re-elected vice many years. -x> et sedan. being by consumers in the outer edges, Friday Monday: morning session of may-
I into its 60th year of the first distribution of all racing track funds received -
Store Negro.
goes
Hardenberg ,
president and N. W. ,of town. or's court.
_ cashier. John J. Camp was ekeI this week with a big eight-day Heard was herded to the city I The Farm Bureau will meet defendant I race track funds for the 1953-54 bv Bradford County in ex-
11 Only one a negro
n&med vie president and 60th Anniversary Sale. W. H. 1aU where hp wai eonfined, with Friday night at 7:30 in the court- detained In season. I4U of $&0,000 Annually gOY intoa I
jr.VB.S :
I who was being
J ted assistant cashier. Graham grandson of the store's i I his bond set at $250.A : ConnerToSpeak \house. A special feature of the man before the "State Comptroller C. M. Gay special fund for the building and
I the city jail appeared
discussion on I sent $10,000 checks to each of the maintenance! of county hospitaL !
_ Cashier Hardenberg reported founder and present owner calls i, touch of irony was added program will be a with a
I He was charged being
that 1953 was a good year with attention to this fact in an ad when Heard told a story of how I At REA MeetingState I pasture management and field mayor.drunk and disorderly and was rtate's 67 counties on Jon. 1. Last year Bradford County (and !

- total assets increasing from $1.- which appears on another page of I he had not been able to make ai 1 crop production for 1954. The discussion in This first distribution did cot include all other counties) received 122. !
10
in'' J. R. Hen- fined $25 or days jail. the portion of dog track 800 in track monies. This 1
019,030.31 at the close of businesson ths! paper. for his family working will be led by to the attention race
Other coming
Dec. 31. 1952 to $1.133.000.84 Mr.: Graham attributes the success -I 1.1i\n and so had tried hisi! Representative Doyle E. derson agronomist with the Agrierttural of cases:Mayor Wainwright included taxes representing an increase meant $42.800 for the hospital

at the close of business on Dec. 31. and long life of the Alvarez hand at sellin' moonshine. ; Conne will be the principal speaker Extension Service. Also levied by the 1953 legislature. fund. v.-hch had already received
red light,
for running
, 19S3. Store to its policy of serving I I The FO gallons of moonshine': at the annual meeting of Clav!. a discussion of vegetable crops. : four This Increase has been Impounded I$32,000 as its share of the 1952

An members of the board of customers with quality merchandise -I Confiscated by Thomas was hiss; Electric Cooperative to be held A seconJ feature will be a discussion $10, bond forfeited in each Instance in a special fund IA the: monies. If; the 1953 legislative ;

directors were re-elected as fol at reasonable prices. I I f-'rst load and had been bought 1 1"card I1 I at Keystone Heights on Thursday.Jan. of opportunities throughthe : one for being drunk, $25 state treasury pending a Stpreme I II tax increase on dog tracks is declared '

lowsE.. H. Clarkson J. Edwin Said Graham. ''I hope that the I said, in Macclenny on credit 21. Farm Bureau Insurance prograra. bond forfeited; one for disorderly Court decision on whether the; Increase : constitutional, it is estimated -

t&rson. A. G. Loudon. C. I. Tolles, store will continue to serve the' Demenstrat'.ons.! exhibits and conduct $20 bond forfeited; one I' law was constitutional : that money going Into the

_. Al Nelson R. L. Walker F. M. people of this area for another 60\1: Thomas said th* illegal whiskey other events will feature the day. J. R. Kelly president, invitesall for -ia a "no parking"I I'Dog track owners are contestingthe j county hospital fund will be increased -

Walrath. Jr.. G. E. Wiggins, and years possibly under the management .: would be poured tnit in a place !and; luncheon wll be served at Bradford County farmers to I parking$5 bond forfeited. increased taxes, and a, doJi 1\\ by about $19000.
children. nt be recovered. attend. I zone
N. W. Hardenberg, Jr. of one of my where it could noon.



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yyyyyy..y I children were dinner guests of :hams were Mr. and Mrs. M. A. and Mrs. L L Wainwright i. and once each week for four eonswuttf
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L. MATTHEWS Mrs. Edna Hayes of Gainesville I Abrams and children, Marion and children spent Saturday in Gainesville -

BROOKERBy Sunday. Mary Francis of Gainesville. visiting relatives afcd friends. Dated this 6 day of January, list.
EDITOR Marshall Mott left Monday for The W. G. Cofields ref ently visi- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
i Clerk of the Circuit Court
VIEWPOINT California.Mr. TTTTTTVTTTTTTVTVTVTTTTTVSTATE ted in Alabama and Mrs. Col- By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
PUBLISHER Polly Walt Jr.
TELEGRAPH and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen field's mother, Mrs. Jannie Plant; US 4t I'Z'

& uAwuauuw.w..i and sons were in Branford on FARM remained in Alabama with her

OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD REVIVALThe business Saturday.Mrs. sister for an indefinite .visit. II I COLONIAL

Ptabllbhed every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Brooker Baptist Church Aubrey Hazen and sister, tAA AAtAAAAAAAAl.JAAAtiAAA A. C. vacationed r veteran week(
last
will have a series of Revival meetings Mrs. W. L Bryant Mrs. R. L I son, Joe Neil i
the Aet of March 3. 1879. State Farm Community Club 1
from January 17th throughthe Green, :Mrs. Zelma Davis, :Miss in West Florida. .
met Tuesday afternoon January I
I 30th. The speaker will be Rev. Marie Green, and Mrs. Betty FLORISTFLOWERS
19 enrollment
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION 12 with members and -
.. Allen E. Young, pastor of the Sherouse were in Jacksonville of a new member Mrs. YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
First Baptist Church in Lake But shopping recently. brook purse-size fountain pens In
Howard Collins
and one visitor,
GREASE THAT 'PROTECTIVE MACHINERY' WELLThe ler. The Revival meetings will Rev. S. F. Beard attended the Mrs. W. R (June) Edwards. Aftera I pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Bradford -

start at 7:30 each night. Children's Welfare board meetingin short business meeting the hostesses -I County Telegraph. For All Occasions

State Democratic Executive Committee at long last has awakened to the fact thatit PERSONALSRev. Starke Monday at the Gold- Mrs. M. W. Shealey and I NOTICE TO APPEAR

was being undermined by termites boring from within and took steps at its meeting in and Mrs. Beard attendedthe I house restaurant. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell served delicious I' !.Florida Circuit !Court. Ck..Bradford c ry. County, PHONE 218

Jacksonville last Saturday which may help to correct a distressing situation. Evangelistic conference in Bobby Beard, son of Mr. and refreshments of chicken salad I Joseph L. Pankey. Plaintiff vs.
.. Y YY Y Jacksonville with Rev. and Mrs.C. Mrs. S. F. Beard sailed for San sandwiches and chocolate pin Bernie F. Pankey Defendant.Case .
According to J. a. Hodges, jr., cnairman of the committee's No. 10-174
L Carroll of Worthington Wed- Juan, Puerto Rico Saturday wheel cookies with coffee. Beau- \otie To Appears (
rules committee taken to set i)
"protective
steps were up -
Nothin' New nesday. where he will be on shore duty for tiful floral offerings of whitechrrsant.1temums To: Bernice F. Pankey. whose
machinery" against a committee member in the future the rest of his enlistment.Mr. residence! and address is: 806 Rlver-
The Associational Sunday School : narcissuses and mont Avenue. Lynchburg VirKirfa,
helping the opposition while retaining membership on the Meeting will be held at the Dedan and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and pink perfection camelias brightened You are hereby notified that a' DISH GARDENS
"
state or county committees. Baptist Church next Tuesday sons Gwinn and Wayne were the club room. suit Divorce for custody and support of I

rI It is to be hoped that the "protective machinery" has night. among the relatives who attendedthe Sunday visitors with the E. J. minor child In the I, POTTERY
has been filed against jou
3 rly S, i sufficient teeth to make it effective. If the unhappy experiences Weekend guests of the Edd Polks wedding of Stanley Crosbyand Yarbroughs were Mr. and Mrs. above named Court and cause aid POTTED
Mary Ann Shumpert in Co Truby Dyal and two daughtersand you are required to serve a copy of PLANTS
of the last campaign were any forecast of the were Mr. and Mrs. L D. Polk i your answer or pleading to the complaint -]
future it's going to be needed.In and sons, Clifton and Dale of i 1 r lumbia S. C. The wedding took grandson of Gainesville, Mr. on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. Flowers JViredAnywlzere
place January 9th at 7:30 p. m. and Mrs. Willie Prevatt and Frank Landrura. Starkr. Fla.
the future, Hodges explained, any county or state Trenton, Mr. and Mrs. Reecy Hoi- at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church. daughter from Waldo and Mrs. and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on (
den Mrs. Lizzie
Fowler Mrs. Em-
committee member may prefer charges against a colleague Miss Shumpert is the daughter of i Yarbrough's sister, Mrs. Pearl before the 8 day of February lr\; \
I ma Bass, Mrs. Wiley Bass of New- the allegation of Nona St.
otherwise Starke
to the credentials committee, and the committee will conducta berry, Mr. Dewey Fowler of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Shumpert of Raulerson of Jacksonville and Complaint will be taken as confessed (
hearing for the defendant prior to regular meeting of Columbia.Mr. daughter, Josephine of Macclenny.Mrs. by you '- '" -
a -
tarke, and Charles and M. B. This notice shall be published; -., ::=: :. : = : t l='n :.>
and Mrs. Maury Blalock ---
the state committee. The credential committee's recommen- Fowler of Jacksonville. W. E. Feagle spent Monday -I
and children, Edwin and Debbieof afternoon with her aunt and I .A.-. ,
dations will be considered by the state committee and a two- -fI!>"' -
Overnight guests of the Howard I
Madison, and Mr. and Mrs.
uncle. Mr. and Mrs. George W.
thirds vote of the present will be required to expel.
quorum i Waits last Wednesday were Mr.
Pinder and
George children. Tom- Saxon
A ruling by the State Supreme Court last week was inter- Wait's nephew Kenny Waite of my and Cathy of Clearwater were I Sunday in Hampton.afternoon callers of the I NOW !
{i'ell Pete, whatM'ya think
preted as recognizing the power of the state committee to Cassadaga, N. Y., Robert Johnson, weekend
guests of the Jr. P. S.
flexible Big- Crewses were Mr. and :Mrs.
about Ike's for
plan? oust members. and Bud Till, and Dale Barmore hams. W. F. Atwood of Jacksonville.Mrs. I Spoon 10 your hearts} content!

price"Best supports as I understands it, Apparently this would take care of such gentlemen as all of Gerry, N. Y. Saturday guests of the Jr. Big- M. W. Shealey and girls I II I _

Zeke, them 'publicans plans to Mr. Richard D. Barker of Jacksonville who got himself Mr. and Mrs. R. I- Gano spent !!
in St. with their
Sunday Augustine
pay us big when the crop 1sbcarce elected Florida's national committeeman in 1952 and henceforth : LORRAINE
son, M. M. Gano and family.Mr. .
MOVING
to make us plant proceeded to conduct himself, for aU intents and purposes and Mrs. Frank Tinney of G

more next Yl'ar-tb when we : as if he had been elected Republican National Com- Perry were the dinner guests of I i
plants more they us low to '
pay
mitteeman.Mr. .
the A. L. Greens Saturday night. -
stop us from planting too much Barker now tries to excuse his actions by maintaining Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green and LOCAL Safe PHONE C1ffliliY-
agin. Is that right?
"That's about all I makes of that he campaigned for state committeeman on an son, Joe Mrs. Lilly Cone, and OR Dependable

!It, Pete." "anti-New Deal" platform and therefore interpreted his Mrs.T V. Edwards, Sr. were visi- LONG Economical 311 .

"Well by cracky, what's so election as a mandate from the people to oppose the Demo- ting J. V. Edwards Sr., in Key- l1ISTe NCE

new about that Zeke Us' cratic nominee for president. I stone Heights Sunday.Rev. R. B. Alvarez OR a rtckcreamy ice cream
.
Truby Parrish and Mrs.
strawberry growers have been To the best of our recollection, he did no such thing. We Rosa Pinholster were the dinner Agents For TRANSFER AND 2S0-J
under that exlble' system of follow politics rather closely because it is of Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO. :
part our job. guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
jx' prices when we got 'em Our working hours are devoted to this newspaper, and our Green Sunday. LADY BORIJENGet
and high prices when we aint I
tver since I can remember. leisure nours largely to the perusal of the newspapers of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney of

others, and we recall no news item or advertisement in which Perry were the afternoon guestsof 'I I STORAGE lAW BORD9J where you see if* Borden Ice: Cream Sg ill!
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green and
Mr. barker asked the people to elect him national committeeman I

That AcademyTalk on an anti-New Deal platform. In fact, we seem to family.Mr. Ferryman BIdg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida I etra.art wSTYLE

remember that Mr. Barker led the ticket in Bradford County and Mrs. Guy Harrell and .,"", ._'-<"''' ''':'': :..__ :-: '!i -- _.. :';",:.-__ -e ..'". j jJ

of the establishment of not because he was an anti-New Deal candidate, but because

an around Air Washington Academy Is again.circulating This (we venture to say) he enjoyed the advantage of havinga J DIVIDEND I

would do for the Air Force name that began with B, and consequently came first on

what West "Point does for the the ticket. !Chances are and we blush to admit it that

Army and Annapolis does for we probably even voted for him ourself! I t f4 --, 3 New Body Styles 28 models
ii
the Navy. The shameful fact is that usually so little is known of t r ,; Ford offers you three brand new body styles in its line of

It is considered likely that the men and women who offer themselves for committee d r- newly created models. There's a new transparent-roof.

the Florida delegation in Con- posts that usually the voter places his X before the one at Crestline Skyliner a sparlling new Crestline Fordor .
will make a strong bid and a smart new Customline Ranch Wagon. There are 28
gress the top of the list, or in front of the name that some friend
to ret the new Academy for models all, for each of Ford's 14 body styles is available
Florida but so far we haven'tseen has mentioned to him. Up unul now tne qualifications tor ,- ; with the new Y-block V-8 or the new I-block Sis engine.
these ollices have received little attention because the voter
"
obvious that! and anyone logical has suggestionof made the assumed that at least he was voting for someone who would C "t '' --- -- _'r New Astra-Dial Control PanelIt's

Camp Blanding as a possible work for the interest of the Democratic Party, and not tne s. .iL' designed both for beauty and practicality. The spce*.-.
site. opposition.We >< xr' ometcr is placed high on the panel where you can gtlir"
t c. .:: + eZ t ,.1 t .r spot the figures almost without taking your eyes off the ro
A couple of ago, when think the voter has
years a right to expect that, and we Like the '54 Ford's beautiful new upholsteries and trim, '
this same talk of an Air Acad- think that the men'and women elected to these posts haveat With its trenl-:! settfn: cdvances Ford's worth even rr.cr: T.r: 'S4 Astra-Dial Control Panel is color-harmonized the si

emy was making the rounds, least an implied duty to support the party. If they neglect lling new outside body color of your choice.

we preparing spent an considerable exhaustive time report this duty, either by deliberately shirking their responsibilities -

of the facilities and advantages or by offering aid and comfort to the opposition,

that Blanding would then they have violated a trust that has been placed in tnem.If Its the that make it WorthDividends More

have to offer for such an in- they do not have the grace to resign from the party then

stallation. We can't help but they should be gently but firmly booted out.

wonder In whose file this report So much for men of the ilk of Mr. Barker. What has t

Is now gathering dust. If us concerned now is whether the new "protective machinery" r 7

we knew we'd ask them poftely i adopted by the State Committee would take care of situa A c
to drag it out and giveIt
tions such as that in neighboring not
an airing again. But WashIngton Clay county wnere !
red tape being what it ONE member, but apparently the entire (or at least a majority j

la, we doubt that our "labor of ) of the committee did everything it could to sabotage'the '

love" could even be located. Democratic Party and its nominee in the 1952 election. |

On well, we do hope that Not satisfied with passing a resolution attributing Communistic !I

Florida Congressmen still recall traits (and everything else in the book) to its own I

there're several thousandsof party and its leaders and platform, the Clay County _
com-I :
of fine Florida land.
Ideally acres suited to year around mittee, in the heat of battle, actually went so far w

flying Just waiting for the expend its funds to place paid advertisements in a local

asking -Camp Blanding remember newspaper urging support and votes for the Republican

? nominee. The committee, of course, has no funds except

The consensus seems! to be fees collected from Democratic Party candidates paid in to

that. Texas has the Inside track the committee supposedly for the advancement of the party's

as the Academy site, but it interests. These are the funds that were used to purchase

certainly would seem worth- paid advertising for a Republican nominee. At least, these I
wfclle to make a strong effortto
get It for Florida (and are the funds that were used if it was done legally, because I

Camp Blanding). the advertisements were signed by the Clay County Demo- rtrey

cratic Executive Committee and the law provides that the < y j ? p'.e. !

ad must be paid for by the person or organization signing it.

Same ChangeIn But in a case like this where the entire (or at least .

commenting on Eisen a majority) of the county committee is in accord with such -: r'1 1 ':-' PERFORMANCE DIVIDEND '

hower's "state of the nation" tactics, who then is left to prefer charges against it or any I .. '
of its members? Would the State Committee its -.w ----:-.--.,
address Washington correspondent on own New 130-h.p New >..p.TTBLOCK .
Joseph Harsch says: "The initiative, make the charges? We believe that it should,

domestic part of the messageIs but the Chairman of the State Committee told this news- l RIDE DIVIDEND I llBLOcxlfNS ID;( .

written under broad statements paper during the 1952 campaign that the State Committeehad 1.III .

of objectives which no control over the County Committees. An extra-deep skirt extend. aw w This nee Six has an eitr 1
could have been taken almost ing below crankshaft gives ; deep block for greater ri
New Ball-Joint Front
verbatim from New' Dealor Perhaps the new "protective machinery" will take care I Suspension greater ngtdrty for smoother 7 s t gidity smoother quieter !f
any I This revolutionary new suspension is thegreatest quieter operation, longer 6 ? a, performance longer eng l
  • Fair Deal speech" of this situation, as well as individual instances of boring engine life. Ftee-turmng I life Free-turning overhead
    chassis advance in 20 .
    Perhaps now we know what from within. We hope that it does. If it doesn't, however, I .. and it's exclusive to Ford in its years field. It overhead design.Double-Deck valves, kfrictKn Intake) valves combustion high-turbulence chambers low. d 41t
    wbea he
    the philosopher meant ;;;; gives front wheels greater up and down Manifold and high-turbu. t e friction design and Ford's
    the State Committee should give this phase of the .. V
    problem ....
    said The more things changethe c." :::-.... travel 1 to smooth out th."" on roughAnd lence combustion chambers AubmatlcPorterPdotDelp
    serious attention and its i give brilliant new responsiveness produce 14% more power
    the same. expand protective machinery to
    more they are oads. it helps keep the wheels m true 18% more -with finer performance
    But where may we ask, are all cope with subversiveness also on a committee-wide scale. I alignment for consistently easy handling. power greater economy. on even less gas.
    those folks who wanted "a Movement of the wheels is on ball joints
    Otherwise the partill undoubtedly be in for serious trouble I'
    change" in '5!? whether up and down as wheels travel
    witHin its ranks again in 1956.
    over rough spots or in steering as wheels

    tiff seeks turn right or left Boll joints are sealed No CAR in the low-price field has ever offered so many "Worth More"
    divorce and
    XOTICU TO APPRARIn )once T.pp..r. custody sup-
    Circuit Court llradfurd County I To: Jeanne Lope, whose residence I pert of minor child. against dirt and water. features as the "54 Ford. In addition to all the features that have already

    Florida !. i k..crr. and address is: ItS Richmond I' Bradford County Telegraph shall established Ford as the "Worth More"car, you now get a host of brand
    John J. LuedJeke. Plaintiff, ts. :Street. Brooklyn 8, New York. publish this Order In next four
    Martha R. Lueddeke Defendant. You are hereby notified that t! weekly issues. new dividends. These include a choice of two new deep-block! engines: .
    Case No. 10I7JKotlrr I suit for divorce custody, control Witness my hand and official seal I DIVIDEND IN DRIVING EASE I the most modern engines in the industry.. You also get Ford new Ball-Joint
    T.r.r.. and support of minor childrenhas a! Starke. Florida this January 6,
    Front beauLful interiors and that will maleyour
    To Martha it. Lueddeke. whose been filed against you in the 1954. Suspension. new styling
    residence and address ill: 410 Jersey above named Court and cause and OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs heart beat faster.
    'Avenue. SpmgUke, New Jersey. you are required to serve a copy of Clerk of Said ,-',-urLB Ford offers five optional power assists you might
    You are hereby notified that a your answer or pleading to the ) Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk find And remember Ford also makes: available to you all the optional power
    to in America's costliest
    suit for Divorce complaint on the P aintiffeAttorney Zach' H Douglas. 503 Lynch Build- expect only carsMasterGuide
    has been filed against you in the T. Frank Landrum. Trbvine., Fla. ; features you might expect to find only in the costliest can.
    above named Court and cause and Starke. Florida Att)!!. for Plf. 1/8 4t 1:9I1. power steering does up to 75Z of your
    you are required to aerve a copy ot and file the original in the office i I steering work,yet leaves you with natural steering"feel" have not yet seen the new Ford models for 1954,come in and inspect
    eomplant jour answer on the or Plaintiff pleading to tht of or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Courton I1.I. on the straightaways Swift Sure Power Brakes do up p.assists today. Then Test Drive a'54 Ford. and once you do, you'll want

    Attorney T. Frank Uanjrum 23 day of Jaiuary. 1S34: Circuit Court Bradford Coanty, to one-third of the work in stopping. Fordomatic Drive it home!
    Starke, Florida otherwise the allegations of said I Florida In Chaneery.
    gives torque converter smoothness and the"Co"of automatic
    Complaint will be taKen as con- I Myron D. Young. Plaintiff, vs. Eliza
    and file the wtgtt.al In the office ..siid hfth mechanical And only Ford in its field offers THE STANDARD for THE AMERICAN ROAD
    of the Clerk of the Circuit Court by you I Young. Defendant. gears. ;; More than ever. .
    pn or before the This! notice shall 'ie publishes Case No. 10-26. Power-Lift Windoict, both front and rear, that open or
    8 da> of February 1954.: ; once....*k.each in the week" EraJf-.rd for four County'consecutive Tl Order*pp-Of rjliiic Publication.f FloridaTo ..ad.U..e 1.1, close at a button's touch and a 4-Uay Power Sect "fcHfll
    otherwise the allegations of said lira pb : Elizabeth Young whose that adjusts and down well front and back,
    residence up as as in .
    Complaint wi'l be taken as con- of J e cember, [ Ii F Come i
    fefched by you. 1J5J.Dated this I! day Avenue and Massena.address New I i-: York.1$ Cornell at a touch 01 the controls. They're all worthwhileeptiod 0 I D
    This notice shall be publUh (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby!. extras available in the 1954 Ford At extra cost. F.C.A. Test Drive it fo&yf
    .-nee each week for four consecutive You are required to appear on
    neekB' in the Bradford County Telegraph I February 9. 1S54. in the above nam-
    In rtrrnlt e....... Bradford County, ed Court and cause wherein plain-
    Dated this 6 day of January 1S54. KlurlJai !. ('II..rT tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County -
    (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I Joseph I'aul McDonald Plaintiff, vs. Telegraph shall publish this Or-
    Clerk of the Circuit Court Mildred McDonald, Defendant der In next four weekly issues.
    By llarUn, L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Case XI). 10-270 witness mY hand and official seal Andrews Motor CompanyIADISOX
    ill tt V:9 Order Of Pablirattan .%nd ;otlrr To at Starke, Florida this January S,
    .*riH>art talr of FlurMa To, 195.
    NOTICE 1O APPEAR Mildred McDonald, who"e residence (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles ADarb.
    I. Clrrall Coarl. Itradfvrd CoMty.rurldai and sddressis: 504 West 55th As ('lerkf said Court
    !a Chaafwr.Edward Street, dew York City, New York By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
    Lope Plaintiff, YS. Jeanne You are" required to appear 0' Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Build ir.g
    L pe Defendant. I February 8. 19;'.. in the ahove named I ) uk mvlle Florida. I & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 T ARKE. FLORIDA
    Case No. 10- SS Court and iaje. wlie om p.ro-, .V::v- f Pif. 1 g 4t 1 29 ...



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    FRIDAY JANUARY 15, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FACE THRIS

    after fTTTTTVVVVVVVVTtVTVVTT Y' I the Lacey I day. 1tIT., -.".,,- """' O .c'_ ". ," -- .
    off Heilbronn > -
    TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYVTTTTTT hogs in fact they came were visiting :;; -.j- -- '"-.t -- -- -- -- -- -- ---
    : _._ -"in.
    'Normans I We iJ _- '--------M ::..]J'f; .i1 ::' k-_'-'_ '._ ._. __-_ _._f'
    him full force he was kicking and last week. were sorry to hear of the
    i LONG BRANCH dancing all around trying to getaway HIGHLANDBy i I[ Mr and Mrs. O W. Marr of death of Albert Osteen of Long
    from them. Finally he jumped :'Mims were visiting the Joe Marrs Branch. MARKET MANAGERS SALE !
    Church New
    by Mrs. J. L. Stricklandand on a log and stayed there Sirs.: Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Saturday.
    Gertie stood back and laughed 1 Mr and Mrs. Leonard Norman Sunday School 9:45 each i iI
    Jimmy Lang couldn't get out of the yard with] Jacksonville Saturday.Joe m.l I _.
    were in
    I day. Services 11 a. m. and 7 p. ''''''''
    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlbert out the hogs getting her too. Said Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Boone and I Marr spent several days: Prayer meeting each Wednesdayat
    of all of the and
    O'Steen dancing jumping; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and I with his sister Miss Ollie Marr 7 p. m. Teachers meeting each
    Mr. Faircloth it ,
    put up says no daughter Shirley, and Florence Rigsby in Starke. Saturday at 7 m. Union Meet-
    Another of our friends of longstanding one need tell her he is an old were shoppingin i p.
    departed this life Sunday Jacksonville Saturday. I T. E. Pease of $t. Marys, Ga. ing Jan. 29. Come out and worship C: :::
    man and not able to get around :::::::
    morning after a long illness. 1 Mr. any more, just put some hogs Mr. and :Mrs. G. L. Sapp of was a business visitor here Fri with us. I = 9w
    O'Steen has been ill most of the
    after him and they can soon ------ --
    -
    time for two or more, i unable -
    years see if he can get around! well he ::::::
    to work. He was a native stayed on the log, the hogs around :::: teao
    and life long resident Of Maxville, the log. He told Gertie to go in FLORIDA BANK AT STARKESTARKE ::
    and a member of Long Branch and get his cow whip, maybe he tTCREf
    Baptist Church. He was a very; could scare them off with it. She FLORIDA II I II :::::
    pleasant natured man and well brought the cow whip, neither of I IA///////h-:
    loved by all. He is aurvived by his them could find much as a chip,
    widow, Mrs. Nellie O'Steen; three to throw at the hogs. She tossed i I Statement Of ConditionCondensed I Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good; Thru Sat. Jan. 16

    daughters, Mrs. Lois Weyman, the whip to Mr. Faircloth and ._ .. _. ,_ ... ,., .. _
    Mrs. Hazel and Miss Ella I < ;r- ""' T ='"-' "" """"" "'''''-- ;::r
    Wynn had to attract the attention of from Report to Comptroller, December 31, 1953 I .
    Mae O'Steen, all of Maxville; two the hogs he could get off of
    so Maxwell
    House
    sisters Mrs. Alice :Mosley, Max- I the log to get the whip. He got (Limit 1 with $5 or More Order!)

    vile and Mrs. Lena Mosley, I the whip and cracked it a few oJ
    sonville, and one grandchild.JaCk-I I times, the hogs left but they
    neral services were in Long never learned whose mark they RESOURCESLoans -,' I rn Lb Can
    Branch Church Tuesday at 3; p I were in. Not so long Pete Royston II I 83'
    .
    m., Rev. Percy Knight officiating.Key '
    i was cornered by some hogs that
    McCabe Funeral Home was and Discounts 531,255.94 uI I LaLi
    These 'looked like these, he had to shoot -
    in charge of arrangements. among them before he could getaway
    people all have our deepest sym '. from them or keep from be Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures .: 16,889.50

    pathy. ing attacked by them. It just', I", Sure Mix (Limit 1 with $5 More Order!)
    Elmer Carter and his wife Lelia: comes to our mind that Mr. Perry Prepaid Expenses 342.84 I or
    Mae have both been down with of Penney Farms wanted to tradens 3 Lb Can 1 fiC
    rheumatism but seem to be some the skunk we promised him Other Resources 9.93 I C R I S C 0
    better at this writing. I for, some of these hogs. I suggest I
    Friday night we heard some I he take the skunk and trade itto I
    dogs In this neighborhood, sounded : Mr. Faircloth for these hogs.I Accrued Interest and Income Receivable 12,785.28
    like they were after somethinga I: believe he could get all of these O'SAGE DessertPEACHES
    CJ.t,': fox or some animal, we hogs for a skunk anyway he can U. S. Government Securities 1,823,950.10 I
    listened, but it seemed they did see Mr. Faircloth about it. Now No2lf
    21C
    not do much hunting. We learned vou see Tm not the only one in
    Florida County and Municipal Bonds 198,614.02Cash
    Sunday Ernie Padgett had broughthis : this neighborhood who can get I
    dogs out, they chased into trouble, so laugh at someone
    thing but could not catch some-I pl he! for awhile please! I II on Hand and Due From Banks 308,956.55 2,344,305.95 Stokely's 46-oz. Can
    ever it was, lost the trail. We hope I

    they Saturday fishing have Ernie better and went had luck better to next Drs.time.luck Inlet : -, 2,892,804.16 ORA N G E J U ICE 2 Cans 49Cu.

    caught several nice fish. This I
    sounds better to us. we would like I
    to go fishing! too but can not now
    LIABILITIESCapital
    I
    due to mother's condition.
    Irene Padgett and Betty Jean S. "GOOD" EAT-RITE BEEF, SALE

    Carter were at Mr. and Mrs. Fair- I Stock 50,000.00
    cloth's for a while Friday nigh. 2 Favorite Steak Cuts Top or Bottom Cut !
    ,
    Willie were at Padgett Youngans.and wife All came and baby with i I Surplus 200,000.00 I

    Ernie when he came hunting.Mr. I
    Undivided Profits 18,722.02 268,722.02
    and :Mrs. Billie Walker and Round or SirloinLb
    son from Pittsburgh, Penn. spent I I
    one night last week with Ernie Reserve for Contingencies, 47,653.59

    Padgett's.: They were next door CHARLEY; E. JOHNS & SON
    neighbors to Ernie for several Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 16,503.33
    years, but have been in Penn. for about this question

    more than two years. They were Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned 20,306.90
    on their way to Key West on fa Last year, a fire in a nearby

    visit. town put several stores out
    Jimmie Wilkinson returned to I Deposits 2,539,618.32
    of business during the entire
    Camp Pickett Sunday. pre Christmas shopping. -
    I
    Reese Psrrisj errs! tae week .
    end with his grandparents, the Their' fire insurance covered II

    Fred Lang's. the building and stock, but 2,892,804.169To I
    Sunday with]
    Louise Johns spent
    what about the fatal loss of I
    her grandparents the FeJrcloths.Pete (
    Brinson called on the; I income during this main season ::::::-"""- "; ""\\.\.'''\ / Lb

    ' Monday Stricklands evening for., a went few to minutes Jack of the year? I JIST: A CHUCK ROAST 39c I

    sonville Tuesday on bunlness. 1 )5J J: \\III' !

    Hester Leonard Starling, Winnie, all Harris spent Sun and Charley E. Johns I ;; /&. \\ // 1( : iI i

    " and other .-, FEDERALBA"N'K / :: Lb
    day with Elgin Lang """ :::
    I relatives at Clay Hill. -CO- ;_::s 7" RIB ROAST 59cRONLESS
    Mr. Faircloth, Bud and Nellie ::: FLORIDA r -

    Wilkinson went to Jacksonville & Son Agency -. = AT STARK NATIONAL :

    I Friday. = -- ---::::: ::
    : :
    Lb
    and Mrs. W. D. Jones en -
    Mr .. ,, G:7
    joyed their noon meal, (we don'tknow Phone IS Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.i iI c:: = ::C :-=:=:: ==:=: "-'- ==:=: : = =::: :IiooaF : STEW 59CSIRLOIN

    if they considered it lunchor ,

    dinner) with Mr. and Mrs. I ____ ____ -_______ ___ ___ __ ____ I ,
    Hardy Padgett. In the afternoon I
    they and Jim Lang attended the "


    ,{ noon.next church"Sing"sing All at Feb.are will Mt.: 14 invited be Zion-at in the Church.to the take Ebenezer after partin The I' our great"NEW F.Irsts TIP 1. R 0 A S T Lb 69c,


    I
    this singing.T I Iin
    M. Knight was here Friday I

    he evening had bought looking not for long some ago, cows they I lp lATE S STEW E Lb 19cHAMBURGER

    had gotten out of the pasture and
    wandered off. He was unable to Chevret 541
    find any trace of them. There 'or
    were three cows and a calf. Some Lb
    time ago he lost a bull he had 39c
    paid $350.00 for, never heard any-

    thing about where this animal Count on Chevrolet to bring you the newest features first. Once again
    had the
    went to. Bud Wilkinson
    same luck. Bought a registered Chevrolet is first in its field with these four great advances for '541.. _
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    him for some
    Brahma bull, kept .
    time in the pasture, this bull got
    out of the pasture, none of the 'i1 NEW HIGBCOMPRESSION- Crisp FloridaPASCAL
    other cattle got out. Bud huntedfor \ & POWER
    about 2 months for the bull y
    and finally gave up that he would +.e Two more powerful high find him. This looks like 0 h sion engiie in Chevrolet for '54!
    never out Both of these great valve-in-head
    bulls had help to get
    these engines deliver finer, smoother, I
    of the pastures and get away. I with important ACE-HIGH Frozen
    little e more quiet performance I
    have a
    Now folks I

    ; and something the laugh for is you not to on laugh me, this at These "other famous Chevrolet .A" gas savings! II:I I ORA N GE E J U ICE 8 Cans 99C

    I time. I've not been hunting just "Firsts" in the law price field : > Jj NEW
    out and shot a possum,
    walked excitement to that! Here goes offer you more than ever today! t POWER\ BRAKES
    no I U. S. No. 1 White Cobbler
    on Mr. Faircloth '
    the story You simply swing your foot from
    t may have to look for a place to ar accelerator to brake pedal for a Lbs
    'Made. if I do I'U yell loud enoughfor FIRST OVERHEAD VALVE ENGINE smooth, amazingly easy stop. Optional POT A TOE S 10 25C
    some of you to come and help fines ones today a at extra cost on all models
    cattle with
    me A few days ago some equipped Powerglids auto-
    strange ones came by the Fair- FIRST AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION matic transmission ---
    went out to .. lanced
    most today
    cloth's house, they one
    "AT DRINK & BE HEALTHY SUPERBRAND
    could determine whose ,
    see it they I \ NEW AUTOMATIC
    they were. While they were tryingto FIRST POWER STEERING
    see the cattle Boots, the dog ..lower priced today"HARDTOP" r ; SEAT CONTROL

    ran out front barking furiously.dog 4 g \ You just touch a button to mcve Sweet Juicy Fla. 51b bag (
    the ;
    They went to see what FIRST COUPE the front seat up and forward 0:
    was after it was some strange .most beotrf.'f one today down and back! Optional at c'.tra
    hogs, some very mean looking / cost on Bel Air and Two-Tea"
    ones. Mr. Faircloth decided he] FIRST UNITIZED KNEE-ACTION models in combination with Automatic fiRANGES 2! 1!
    before '
    had better run the bogs away .. only one today Window Controls.
    they caught the chickens. He
    of the yard to chasethe IN OVERALL ECONOMY
    went out FIRST "
    hogs, the dog went to help ...fcwerf price rUle today! "' 4 NEW AUTOMATIC Fancy Fla. Temple 3 lbs -=

    him,, about that time the old roos- ..r WINDOW CONTROLS

    ter strolled was about.out to Some see what of the the ..". OF .-.... L- : Touch another button to adjust -r
    25CJuicy
    noise ORANGES
    took to Mr. Faircloth. some ; :' front windows to suit your liking .
    hogs to the Optional at extra cost on Bel Air ,
    chickens and some
    to the and "Two-Ten" models in combination 1
    dog. Gertie got the dog out of the / Lbs
    -
    air with Automatic Scat Control _
    the way disturbance thinking that and they would took settle to 4OF..;/ "i / x} 'Optional[ ct extra cost. Fla. BIb bag.

    :Mr. Faircloth more than ever. The
    rooster had vanished and some TORODE CO.'HONE
    hens came on the scene the ETROLEALL GRAP.EFRUIT 3SC d Y'T
    hogs went after the hens. Mr. d
    Faircloth went after the hogs, -
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    BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARRR. FLORIDA
    FOUR FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 19M I.
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    4 _41 I'Mr. And Mrs. Cason I i iI Newcomb3 Meet Eddie
    Engaged 1 Fisher I

    1 l I I Wedding To Observe Anniversary Golden I: II I I(I ALVAREZ' STORE Established?Men's Clothing 1894 W +)



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    Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason of ,.
    ,
    (I Melrose formerly of Bradford

    I' County, will celebrate their Golden i UHF CONVERSION

    Gladys Mooty Wedding Anniversary on SundayJan. .'ilx

    Phone 35 ] 24, when their children will 100'; SATISFACTION OR YOU PAY

    i entertain with an "open house" NOTHING .
    R
    1 1 4 4 I.I' 14 from three to five o'clock at the
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    Mrs. Green Presbyterian Women I I Cason's home. ',I r INSTALLED 00
    Mr. And
    No formal invitations are being $65

    Hosts To SCSSupervisors Name ChairmenCircle .>' t- issued, but all friends and relativesof Converter Included .

    .
    the couple are invited. |

    Two of the Presbyterian: ", .. Children are: Mrs. Cecil Harris i t
    PHONE 153
    Women of the Church J" Welaka Mrs.
    met TUes- 4 ; George Thigpen
    j
    ... :
    .
    Conservation
    The Bradford Soil day evening at 8 o'clock at the ...J.",. .: East Palatka; Mrs. J. V. Ford i,
    District Board of Supervisors and home of Mrs. W. T. Jackson. ),r ,. t.' ,i 321 Oak Street. Palatka; and i Cavalier T V ServiceAcross

    their families were entertained at The new chairman, Mrs. John Ralph J. Cason, Silver Lake\) j
    a fish fry at the home of Mr. and Mixon, presided over the business Palatka. I From Courthouse on Court St.
    '- '
    Mrs. Lloyd Green Thursday nightof and the 1 4.
    meeting gave devotional.Mrs. "J.
    last week. Mixon appointed the following 2i.: C LEGIOX AUXILIARYThe

    This was the first meeting of committees for the year: Nursery, American Legion Auxiliary: f

    the Supervisors, of which V. R. Mrs. Wm. McAhley; Programs, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas an- will hold its monthly meeting Mon- Y 3

    Ferguson is chairman, for the new Mrs. Jack Dempsey; Flowers, Jan. nounce the engagement of their day evening at 8 o'clock in the 1 r3a New 54 DODGE with Elegant

    year. A short business meeting to June, Mrs. W. T. Jackson; daughter, Ellouise, to Pfc Ronald Legion hall. i

    was held following the supper. Publicity, Mrs. Larry Gibson. Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. All members and interested per-

    Those enjoying this event with Mrs. Guy Andrews reported work Wesley Andrews. The 'wedding sons are invited to attend. ,

    Mr. and Mrs. Green were Rev. and books have been ordered and will date will be announced later. ,

    Mrs. T. G. Mitchell and daughter, be distributed at the next : !
    I meeting. I Hungry Burglar]
    Barbara Jean, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Projects for the year were discussed Winsome Class | IMu. JacqilardFABRICS

    Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. and a special effort will Likes Bologna] j

    Haas and children, Mr. and Mrs.G. be made for a fund to give toward Meeting Is HeldThe J I V

    T. Huggms and family, Mrs. J. the Presbyterian Camp Mont- Hungry burglars broke into|I
    C. Sapp and son, Mr. and Mrs. I gomery on Emerald Lake. It Winsome Sunday School Bob's Gas Station Sunday night j I

    Freddie Watterson, Mr. and Mrs.J. I also proposed to send a representative was- Class of the First Baptist Church after a hazardous climb througha AND MRS. GILBERT S. XEWCOMB of Starke (right) get a
    B. White and son, Mr. and Mrs.L I held its regular monthly businessand pried-open window, over a lot
    to Youth Camp next summer. spwiai bit of crooning (rom popular songster Eddie Fisher at a rehearsal -
    Leon Carter, Mr. and social meeting Tuesday nightat of drink bottles, shell lamps
    Carter, The
    circle will check up on Sun- of "Coke Time" in the NBC TrletMon studio- New York 1
    Mrs. Zedra Hamilton, :Mr. and Mrs. day school the home of Mrs. Nat;;.,Dankel oranges, pecans, and chicken feed.
    material and choir ('ity la.t weekend. Mr. Newcomb was one among seen Coca Cola
    V. R. Ferguson, Bobby Ferguson, music on hand. Mrs. Andrews with 17 members presentMrs. The intruder finally wiggled his
    Billy Harrington, Mrs. N. T. asked that White Cross Harry M. Hatcher, Jr., way around the motor scooter to bottling companj manager in Florida to win an all-expense>kend

    Green, Harry and D. Ritch Green, be left at the Manse by materials Feb. 1. president, presided. Mrs. Charles the ice box, and got away witha trip to X.'wlrk for himself and wife. Winning managers were those ."' I'

    and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.Presbyterian The program was given by Mrs. I Darby gave the devotional and pound and a half of sliced bo- who set top sales records in 1953. The Newcombs and others were !

    Jack Dempsey, starting the year'swork I the group was led in prayer by logna. Nothing else was missing. treated to whirlwind tour of Gotham's hit shows and high spots. r t,

    MenThe on the Book of Acts, and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., teacher. Bob has wired all possible entrances :Standing between Fisher and )1,.,. Xewoomb is Mrs Bennie\ Lee, wife d

    I I also discussed work and workersof The secretary Mrs. L. L. Wain- says he can't take I(winning manager from Cocoa.

    Men of the Frist Presby- the church council in Atlanta. wright, read minutes of the last chances with his bologna any more. I

    terian Church will hold their During the social hour Mrs. meeting and reports were given I
    monthly meeting Friday. Jan. 15, Jackson served refreshments to by the various Committee Chair r Scouts EnjoyOvernight I g

    at 7 p.m. at the Gold House 1 the 12 members present. The men.After Hike I J
    the refreshmentswere I
    Restaurant. An interesting meet- next meeting will be Feb. 9, placeto meeting, a.. A
    ing has been planned. Topic will t be announced later. served by the hostesses, Mrs. I Boy Scouts of Troop 70 went on a i
    Dankel and Mrs. Ira Harris.
    be Work.of the Church.. an overnight camping trip last Fri

    day and Saturday. They left at
    I I UDC MeetingAt I
    WMU NoticeAll Gayle Edwards 1:30: n.m. Friday from the Scout j I

    Powell Home Has Weiner RoastGayle Rather early to be worrying i I must have spread around and hut and returned at 8:30: Satur-

    circles of the First Baptist about income tax reports but little brought the boys out and I day night.
    WMU will meet at the church The W. T. Weeks Chapter Edwards celebrated her Janelle Dawkins, who has been I judging by the amount of spaghet Purpose of the outing was to
    U.D.C. met in the home of Mrs.L. (
    Tuesday at 12 noon for the busi- G. Powell after- eighth birthday anniversary Fri- visiting her grandparents, the \V. ti and pineapple pie they put away, brush up on their Scouting skills
    ness and program meeting. There Wednesday day afternoon with a wiener roast H. Nollmans, the other day found I'd say he's not far wrong for the forthcoming Scout meetin
    noon of last week, with Mrs. Mat-
    will be a covered dish luncheon. tie for 25 of her little friends. her granddaddy busily workingand And speaking of Rotary, hear that Gainesville this Saturday at
    Gahagan as co-hostess. Red The party was held on the J. M. writing and she asked him friends of a certain prominent 1:30 p.m.
    and white gladioli and vases of Edwards lawn around a big fire who he was writing to and he said young attorney decided 'twas Scoutmaster Harry Green and

    Valentine's Day is almost red berries were used in decorat- where the youngsters popped corn "Uncle Sam," and thinking it over cheaper to buy him a haircut than Assistant Oran Jones and }Ir.

    here! It is, traditionally, I ing.Mrs. and roasted wieners and marsh- e. little while realized she had a violin, so they collected 85c and Cooper accompanied the boys on Matched by more massiv.e length
    W. G. Haile, chapter presi- never written to her Uncle Sam so presented it to him at the close of I the trip. Those who went were:
    day of gifts to the one mallows. A pink and blue color and flashing beauty!
    a hold highest in dent, presided over a short busi- motif was carried out in the birth- she sat down and in her three and Wednesday's meeting! Had all Robert Kelly: D. Patch Green,
    you your ness meeting. Mrs. Jeanette Kin- day cake and picnic table decora- one-half year old language wrote the earmarks of the latest move Bobby Shull Ivan Covington

    heart. caid, chairman for the ConfederateTea tions. him a long letter, and signed and in a long-standing fued (all in fun, Charles Kirkland, Freddie Stevens, dependable
    Bingo was played during
    Such a gift should last as to be given on Jan. 21 in the the afternoon and sealed it. so it can be said that of course) between AYC and Lonzo Kirkland, Archie Green, Jan
    were
    )pour love will last. It shouldbe Woman's Club, announced her awarded to Geraldine prizes Gay, Vickie little. Janelle has turned in her I AJT, Jr. Won't be long be- Mundorff, Robert Batten, Harry

    [ new and beautiful and committee for that affair. Frees and Diana Edwards. first income tax report see I fore the tables are turned, I pre- Stalhngs Tommy Stallings, Mike fa/54-

    serve, not just for February The historian, Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. J. M. Edwards was assistedIn that Hugh, Betty and David In- dict Better watch out (Aubrey Reddish, Steve Simmons Douglas

    days, but for years, as a read interesting articles on the caring for the guests and serv- gram moved into their lovely new )! Seymour. Leslie Libby, Bobby

    constant reminder of your lives of Robert E. Lee and Stone- ing by Mrs. Edna Prevatt. home out on the Raiford road last Hear that Dr. Brownlee has closed I Libby, Charles Manier, Douglas

    tender thoughts.And wall Jackson, whose. birthday anniversaries weekend hear that Dolly Sulli- his dental office for the duration I Nolin, Hank Graham, David Law-

    are observed this van U back at her old job at Jof the widening project onCallsi5t. son, Johnny Stevens, Harvey

    it needn't be expen- month. Confederate Tea Brooks-Gillespie Motors in 'Jax : The buildingfae'occupied Tanner, Wallace Wise, Sammy t:,"-. :;\' .

    sive. That's why we'd like At the close of the meeting the Planned For Jan. 21 and Vivian Harley is now workingout upstairs is undergoing extensive Gill, Edward Green, and Smith

    you to drop in and see hostesses served refreshments.The at Humphreys I alterations due the Green.

    our extensive selection of I February meeting will be Honoring the birthdays of Mat- Wedding bells were ringing .rounding off of the Call-Walnut to The Panther Patrol won the HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

    Valentine gifts.FOR held in the home of Mrs. W. B. thew Fontaine Maury, Thomas J. Thursday afternoon for Bobby !corner and necessitated the doctor honor of being declared the best

    !Mundy. Jackson, and Robert E, Lee, the I White, Lovett's produce' manager, moving out his equipment campers. Phone 69 600 Temple Ave. Starke Fla.
    W. T. Weeks Chapter UD.C. will and Marian Norman of Heilbronn
    Well, not much news this week
    Business Circle give a Confederate Tea Springs and not to be outdone,
    a on Thurs- except the weather, and the least Methodist MenThe --q
    Met day, Jan. 21, from 3:30: until 5 Billy Martin, asst. produce manager said about that, the better .
    v Monday NightThe ; of Lovetts, I
    beautiful
    o'clock.An gave a
    So, until it warms up again Methodist Men's Club will
    Business Women's Circle of offering will be taken at this diamond ring to Myrna Griffis So long See you in the next meet :Monday, Jan. 18 at 7 p. m.
    time to assist in and have you seen the lovely dia- You're Safer
    the First Baptist Church WMU financing a mond that at the church. A good meal and
    Prissy McRae is flash-
    memorial
    building to Southern i -
    Carolyn. .,;
    met Monday night in the educa- these ? program has been arranged. In ;
    women in Richmond, Va. ing days a gift from
    tional building with Mrs. A. Rus- Cary Nazworth charge of the supper are M. R.

    sell Norman, leader, presiding. The Adams family luck is still Masonic Degree Judd Carl Johns, and Ovid Lewis
    After a short business meeting, BPW Will Meet and You Save
    holding out when it comes to winning -1
    Miss Patsy Bcnton opened the prizes Herlong won a Given To Two Kfu I
    with solo, and Mrs. Members of the BPW Club will
    A SPECIALVALENTINE program a
    record before Christmas at
    E. .'. Miles gave the devotion. The meet Monday night at 7:30: o'clockat player I Two candidates, Clifford Lamar Let Us Thoroughly mr//41'
    Mrs.A the home of Mrs. Robert Green a quiz program up in Augusta, Currie and Doyle E. Conner, were J \

    program.!. Johns was, assisted presented by Mrs.by W. Guest speaker will be Cot Las- and ma Jean last Tuesday won the over only in door Jax prizeat Nor- received as entered apprentices in- I I Wash Your Clothes on new !low\ priced

    B Mundy Jr., and Mrs. C. J. siter Mason of the U. S. Air Fashion Show to Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. & A. ,
    !Houpt Force who will speak on the sub- Levy's a M.. at a regular bi-monthly meet- 9 Pounds }\ JJ A 4
    lovely Chambrey afternoon dress
    ject of educational television ing Monday night.
    During the social hour refresh- pro-
    .
    a sumptious farewell supperwas
    ments were served by the hos- grams. Newly elected officers for 195.1 For 40c!
    given over in Middleburg Sun- ,
    OJEARirs
    tesses, Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. Ber- presided at the meeting. Gene
    tha Fuller and Mrs. Pearl Shrop Executive BoardThe who day evening left Thurs.for SSgt.for| March Billy Field:Miles, Long acted as worshipful master.A FREE Bleach If Desired!1O

    shire. visiting brother, Walter E. Rich-
    Los Angeles, for further overseas
    regular the ards of the lecture
    meeting of Chicago gave
    __ ._ duty those at the supper included -
    2 u j Baptist WMU executive board 'Earl and Sue Miles, Madge and P. M. Barefoot gave the chargedto We Will
    will be" held Monday night at the the entered apprentice candi-
    and Jim
    Chasteen, Janet and BJD-
    pA.M church. by Turner and Dolores ilcKmght dates. Dry Your Clothes 1

    Skj3 Brad Locke was trans- Other visitors were C. J. Muhl- For 20c
    STARKE FLA. WSCS NoticeThe ferred to the USS Vulcan and is hofer, Chicago, and Graham P. NWvt4uq

    VAIEEHE r enroute to Cuba for a three weeks Young, Chesanmg, Mich. I In New Automatic Driers!

    31 Jt.elr Fri., Sat. -Jan. 15,16 Methodist business and pro- shakedown cruise wife, Sharon a As low 05
    137.50
    gram meeting will be held Monday Hall Locke, who-v.'as with Bradin
    MIIBURN17je DOUBLE FEATURE Bank Holiday Jan. 19 I
    .elJJ49.7JParticularly afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Portsmouth, Va. before he sail- -

    Safari DrumsWith church sanctuary. ed, returned home and will join The Florida Bank at Starke will I The Washeteria
    we'd like to him again in Portsmouth on Feb. 1fVA
    Johnny Sheffield not be for business next
    show you the new Elgin 5 to make their temporary home open j I Temple Are. Starke

    watches that have just ar- -AND- there. Tuesday, Jan. 19, Robert E. Lee's '

    Tom and Flo Slade hosts I birthday, a legal holiday In Florida. V.-
    rived. Be the first to see Silver City BonanzaWith were at 600..16MARATHON

    these NEW ELGIN I II I Rex Allen a party for 20 members of the I / t\

    WATCHES in our window, I :Methodist Cherub and Junior II I 'k :il \ : '
    Plus Serial of the .
    before they appear on T.V. "King Congo" Choirs Sunday afternoon at their
    and Kadio They're beautiful Chapter No. 6 and Color Car- lake home at the choir's weekly

    superbly accurate. toon. r I rehearsal meeting the Bap-

    What could be more appropriate '" : tist YWA girls were entertained -nnonncin g Compare and you'll agree, i
    as a Valentine gift? Sun., Mon. Jan. 17, 18 L 1f ... fay their leader, Mrs. R. O. Dans- this rugged tire is way

    Every Elgin has the heart A Slight Case Of ? by, Saturday evening at an outdoor I ahead of other tires in its
    the weiner roast games and group class. It features full
    that never breaks tr ad
    Dura Power Mainspring Larceny I I singing were enjoyed around the BROWN DERBYRESTAURANT depth for longer wear .
    Where's !fire Linda Sale
    Kay celebrated -
    yourDANGER extra tread width for letter
    laranteed to never break. With Mickey Rooney and Ed-
    !
    die Bracken her 12th birthday Tuesday eve- traction strong cord '
    tick of an
    quiet I LINE? i ring by uniting a few classmatesto
    Lspers "our love Plus News and Cartoon body for highway stam-na. Stop taking chances on
    her
    home
    for
    I a hamburger fry You can't get a better tire smooth worn tires .
    nd HOW MUCH of the value of n-: Suzanne Judd who was eight
    at this low
    Tues., Jan. 19 ONLY price. get new, dependable
    . $33.75 makes home is without insurance ;rears old on Tuesday celebratedI
    Marathons
    your by Goodyear.
    c come true ; The Girls Of ? Don't I\\' a party for 24 of her little UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
    protection a a a a -
    I friends !
    Con games were played
    If fire strikes having
    il. Pleasure Island guess. could cost, I during the afternoon and they had I MAURICE Wn I0 GATE
    guessed
    wrong you Super-Cushion
    favors
    IX TECHNICOLOR of balloons and candy byGOOoj' EAR
    plenty. Collette Rosier celebrated her
    I With Don Taj lor and Leo Genn I.
    IL Plus News and Cartoon Call on us for a protection Green birthday and on Juanita Sunday Arctic I I I.I This low price is all YO'j pay for Priced as low as
    Dinkins j
    cele-
    "
    |check-up NOW let us make I this wonderful low-pressure -
    brate their birthdays Friday and i!i
    '
    Wed., Thur. Jan. 20, 21 sure that your important Reacy Barefoot has her birthday J I CATERING TO LOCAL TRADE Marathon. It soaks up highway $1> [ LJjjUx J
    folts, gives a more comfortable
    of
    I all
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    DOUBLE FEATURE home investment. on the 17thJohn |I Plus Taxe and Your
    I. ride Come in .
    The HomesteadersWith it. is safely enure d. Godwin feels quite complimented j i: REGULAR MEALS NOWI get yours Old I TireJa15MAKATHON
    I because his 0-
    supper :< .
    Wild Bill Elliott ,
    meeting for the Rotary Board of
    -AXD- I.f Directors was the first to draw a STEAK CHICKEN SEA FOOD EASY BUDGET TERMS;

    The Farmer Takes H. C. WALLAGENCY!\ full 100 per cent attendance this !

    ... year The meeting was held I
    A Wife Monday: night at the attractivenew I Q Service Center Station

    k Phont 146 home of John's: brother and j .
    IY TECHNICOLOR sisinlaHenry and Lucille Godwin f Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated SEEBER D. GOODMAN
    Grable 200 E. Call Street
    IVith Betty who were hosts with him on
    : Utest World New I Starke this occasion John thinks the I U. S. 301 at South City LimitsPAOE
    j
    ".i.="" ;. <,;- news about Lucille's good cooking i M JMf" r
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    BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKK PAGE FIVE
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    .. ., Is Mrs. Carrie Adams is spending Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Deaver and Mrs. J. D. Seymour, Mrs. Gladys I I Alfred f'. ::;.-rrtt 106 Smite Dated this 12 day of January ISM.!
    I Memoranda JaCkN>IH ill. Florida Bldg"l (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
    several weeks in Columbus, Ga. mother, Mrs. Vance and Mrs. E. Harrington, and Mrs. J. E. Hilde-
    Assets Circuit Court
    I pledged or assigned I and file the original in the c Clerk of the
    Y. Roberts of Brunswick, Ga. will bran were in Gainesville shoppingon to secure liabilities ,
    visiting her son-in-law and daughter '' the Clerk of the Circuit court on or Dy: Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
    be weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Saturday. and for other purpo.e79l5.56o.S5: ;; rfore I the 15 day of Februx'r. 195-J: 2
    Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Turnip- guests I I'I'I 1 15 4t *
    I otherwise the allegations of said
    ()naIN C. H. Nasworthy.Mrs. Marvin Woods of West Palm S. L. Peek, Jr., Cashier of the Complaint will be taken. as confessed -
    seed.Mr. I above named bank, do solemnly
    Lane of Jacksonville Beach the by you
    and Mrs. Stanley Poole and Mary was overnight guest swear that the above statement te
    children of Jacksonville were :Sunday : spent the weekend with her mother Monday of his cousin, :Mrs. Ewell true, and that it fully and correctly This.. "notice shall be coneeutirei rubiishedniKe
    aen week for four "
    NEWS represents the true state of the j
    THE
    gaests of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeT. Mrs. Berttav Pearce and both Lawson. several matters herein containedand weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
    Huggins. .were visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hammondand I set forth to the best of my graph. ATTENTION
    knowledge and belief. i Dated this 13 day of Januar 1954! I
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    Airman 2-c and Mrs. William Phillips in Lake City on Sunday. family of Lake City were S. L. Peek, Jr. Correct-Attest: 'I, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
    i Mrs. Ralph Crail and son. Dale bins W. S. Vanderhp Jr and Saunders and baby, Sidney, returned : Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kent and Sunday guests of Mr.: and Mrs. J. .I Clerk of the Circnr Court. If You Have
    Dawn, of Decatur, Ga. P. A. E'rinson By Marian L. Crosby, Depuf.Clerk
    of Zenhryhills were Saturday daughter to Mr. Saunder's base in Lon- daughter of Jacksonville visited E. Hardy. Harold C. Wall .1. ill 4t 2'5
    TIMBER TO SELL
    guests of Mr. and Sirs N. S. Dan- are spending three weeks with don, England on Wednesday after friends here over the weekend. Mrs. D. B. Mercer is returning \\'. B. Sewell
    kel. Mrs. Vanderlip's sister, Mrs. Har three weeks visit with Mrs. Saund- Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Wells and Directors. I :.NOTICEID PINE OR CYPIIESS
    to her home in Seattle, Wash on I:State of Florid;! Circuit ('our.. Hrndford Coaatt,
    Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Darnell and, ry Mooty and family while Mr. ers' parents, :Mr. and Mrs. A. H. daughter, Ira Mae, of Atlanta, Ga. Sunday after a six weeks visit County of Bradford. SB: I KIwMar In rhnmry
    Sworn to and subscribed before me Arthur Small Tracts
    lannone. Plaintiff.s. Fen
    is working throughout Large or
    family spent the weekend In Au- Vanderlip Henry. They left Jacksonville by will be weekend guests of Mr- and with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. this 12th day of Jan.. 1354. and'(ella Catherine lannr ne. ft''. ndant.
    S. M. Florida. I rlane on Tuesday, arriving in Lon- Mrs. Barney McRae. V. I hereby certify that I am not an Case No 10-2SO
    burndale with :Mr. and Mrs. E. Howard.
    officer or director of this bank. V llrr To Appear We Buy All
    Ray burn. Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs. Paul don Wednesday morning. They Friends of Mike Gilhooly will Mrs. Dorothy Ford and daughter (SEAL) Helen E. Glasgow, Notary I To Fenella Catherine U-nnorie,
    of Archer Raymond, Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and won't be back here until June 55. regret to hear of the death of hisparents Suzanne, returned home Monday Public State of Florida at large. whose residence and address ,s: Unknown -
    Miss Mamie Anderson My commission expires February 4 PAY TOP PRICES
    this week with daughter, Sylvia were in Jackson- :Mrs. Hogan Smith spent Mon- in County Rosconn, Ire- after five-day visit with 1956. :
    spent Mrs. George a few days Anderson.Mrs. ville last Friday. day with Mrs. Thomas E. Oldham I I land. His father, Frank Gilhooly, relatives in Mobile, Ala. of Bonded N. Y.by the American Surety Co. suit Yon for are Divorce hereby has notified been that filed a O

    ir. Jacksonville. died on Dec. 22 and his mother, Mrs. T. F. Landrum was in against yon in the above named
    Johnson of Plant Mr. and Mrs. Dolvm Foreman I orrt and cause and you are required -
    : Esther S.
    Final Clearance on Fall Dresses' Bridget Gilhooly, died on Dec. 21. Jacksonville over the "weekend! OTICE TO APPEAR to nerve a copy of your answer t Write Call
    City was visiting Mrs W. IL are visiting Mr. Foreman's mother, l i ilIrs. I Mrs. In Circuit Court Ilradfurd County, or pleading to the complainton or
    $zoo & $o.ooall hats $3.00 T. G. Mitchell and ]Mrs. H. visiting her mother, Mrs. J. F.
    Struth and Miss Kate Sleuth last I. J. Foreman, in Waycross, Florida In Chancery.Fred the Plaintiffs Attorney
    I I earli. Leila's Dress Shop. H. Adams were in Jacksonville on Rogers, who is fll. Hayes, Plaintiff vs. Bertha Evan T. Evans 103 Law Ex-
    f Saturday ,Ga. Tuesday. Ouida Hayes, Defendant. rhrfpjre Building, Jacksonville
    Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter attended T. H. Slade was in Tulsa Okla.a B.T.THOMASLUMBER

    I v __ II the funeral of Mrs. Carter's Final Clearance on Fall Dresses' few days this week on business. :Noltre To Appear Case No 10-2S4: ird Florida.file the original in the ..fice of

    ? 1a I aunt Mrs. Geraldine Biggs in $7.00 & $9.00all hats $3.00 Mrs. Effie Johns had as her Tn Bertha Ouida Ha\'es, nhosr ,the Clerk of the Circuit C< urt on CO.
    residence and address is: Unknown.You : or before the
    : Jacksonville Tuesday, with inerl e earn.._ Leila's Dm.-'i Shop. guest Saturday Mrs. Nelson Ritchof are hereby notified that a 1 1":) ia> t.r F.hrl.irl'I=.4, I I
    I|ment in Oak Lawn Cemetery. :Maci James B. Burnham of Batavia, Ocala. i suit f-ir I ntht'rwi"e'thl' allegations; uf saio PHONE Ella
    ,
    Q tl I i clenny. N. Y. spent the first part of the :Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Solano I I I has Divorce been filed! against you In the.,(ferd'"mplaht 1'U.willIn, taken us ci>n- I I P. 0. Bo(et 735
    Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Baggett of week with his mother, Mrs. Pearl and daughter spent the weekendin i I above named Court and cause andvnu t Thi nf.C'ft.HT 11] '>e pi hllshed STARKE. FLA.
    are required t-> serve a of once each week her four "onsecut'veweeks i
    .. i Jacksonville, former Starke residents Bumnan. :Miami with :Mr. and Mrs. Perry j j'I tour answer or plendi-p the copy complaint ,i in the Bradford County Telegraph
    i were friends and Mr. and Mrs. E. also I on the Plaintiffs
    Service visiting F. Miles and Kite, Jr. On Sunday they Attorney
    To
    Dedicated Community -
    : relatives here last weekend. son, S-Sgt. Billy Miles went to sited Mr. and Mrs. Russell Juddof 1.- .
    :. "Movie Are Better Than En''" Ccl. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin and Columbus, Ga. on Thursday where Belle Glade. i'J'Ci hli '".:'? .{ 5r; [.DIll )ei'H.-J: ":.:.___,"..::._ :_ pn ._'

    If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Billy caught a ride to his base at Mr.: and Mrs. Clyde Dobbs and I

    cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat I I were in Sarasota over the week March Field, Los Angeles, Calif. children of Gainesville were Sun-!
    end. for overseas duty. Mr. and Mrs day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton ,

    Jan.16 -ONLY Tues., Wed Jan 19, 20 :Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier and Miles visited Mrs.: Miles' mother, Dobbs.

    _. DOUBLE FEATURE family were visiting Mr. and Sirs Mrs. A. I. Brown in Macon, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. James Kinchen of
    --. R. S. Johns and :Mr. and Mrs. E. enroute home on Friday. Jacksonville! visited Mr. and Mrs.

    i B. Andrews in Lake Butler on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller of Merrill Edwards on Sunday.

    a j,Sunday. Miami Beach are spending two Mrs. Henrietta Hunt and Mrs.

    /ax %ij Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dunn of weeks with Mrs. 1oIill r's parents, .L. D. Green attended the Eastern
    I Toronto, Canada were recent Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Haisten. Mr Star installation in Green Cove
    guests of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Miller was a delegate at the evening. Mrs
    I Springs Saturday
    .. j I,Smith. Kiwanis convention in Jacksonville Hunt assisted in the installation GROCERY AND h1ARKET
    Everett :McKinney is in Orlandoand last weekend.
    /'O Attending the District meetingon
    a'. w Tampa on business this week. :Miss Mary Louise Hartmannof and attendance in
    I membership PHONE STARKE, FLA.
    W. Q. Dowling of Jacksonvillewas Rockfield, HI. spent the weekend church schools at the First Methodist -i j
    ,, visiting his uncle and aunt with Mr. and Mrs. Al Hart. Church in Jacksonville sun-I THESE PRICES GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
    -s I Dr. and Mrs W. E. Middleton, mann while enroute to Webber
    and Mrs
    afternoon Rev.
    kN COLOR I day were > -
    (F Tuesday I
    ; College. West Lake Wales. and :Mrs j
    1 i T. G. Mitchell. Mr.
    AND t I __ __ ____ I' I
    '
    YO Godwin, Mrs. H. A. Staf-i! l R_
    'If" ",,,, l i .. I A'j.l, ;p t ;;rn 2I Henry birs.l'' This k BIG
    GHOST SHIP ford, Mrs. S. G. Denmark, / wee sPepper
    Plus "Run Away Mouse" Cartoon 4 Pure Black (Limit 2) Each
    George Sapp! Mrs. relson.Green. I' .
    ALL STAR CAST and Latest World News. I j S TAR It E 4 4 W. B. Sewell, O.V.. White, Sr..

    Plus "Magod's M3 terple 'e" Car and Miss Kate Struth. The meetIng I I > COFFEE ALE
    JUNIUS: SMITH >
    toon and Last Chapter Serial. 4 was directed by Dr. Walter 11f2C
    RADIO & TU SERVICE 4 Towner of Nashville Tenn.
    Thur., FriJan.. 21, 22
    P. D. REDDISH 4 Mr. and Mrs. VV. R. Miller en-

    4 tertained daring the holidays their Iax. House tin IIJ .91
    Sun., Mon. Jan. 17,18 \\/fUIAM'/ HOlDHHIAHOR ( E Reasonable Guaranteed Service son Joel, who is a sophomore at n. .lY ,

    .................... .. .. the University of Massachusetts I

    .... Q PAR : t On All Makes Radios or TV 3 Mrs. Miller also had as a recent II all meat Lb laxHousebaglb.88TISSUE b

    r/ guest Mrs. C. H. Reinhold of To- STEW 39cI

    a ... JOHN fORSYIHfrnn O I! i IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS 4 ledo, Ohio. I
    R. J. Robbins of Sayreville N Chase & San tin Ib.90

    ... c r tie :MlKIDrmP NOT GIVING YOU J. is visiting his parents, Mr. and I northern 3 for C : ,
    l 'c. f SATISFACTION Mrs. A. E. Height on Grand
    ; + ; 1 5
    !
    1 Street. They spent last week with
    r 1 Luzianna tin Ib .81
    : """ BOB- TONYHOPEMARTIN: : ate CallI 198-W At Once relatives in St. Petersburg.Final I' i ,

    : : ,, .JJ1t 'V_ ,,_ Clearance on Fall Dresses ;

    Plus "Half lint Palomino" Cartoon Plus "Walky Talky Hank)'" Car- *.1 ,i each$7.00 _& Lena's$9.00 -all Dress Shop.hats $3.00 I Delmonte (Limit 2) Each CM tin Ib .86
    and Latent World News toon. .E C 228 E. Call Street Next Door To t ,
    ..- .. Mr. and Mrs. B. Mantile of I
    -'" -- -- -_ __.n<- _'-f....' "''u'\r.!It "' tt Maplewood, N. J. spent New .
    n Year's eve with Mr. and Mrs.: \ 7 C Osceola l; bagllb' .79

    .jda: .t .. ., aMY. Charles Hess cf Starke, formerly Catsup 1' ,
    a
    \of Lawtey. The occasion was the\ L

    30th wedding anniversary of Mr. Blue Plate tin Ib .90

    ALVAREZ' aiyl Mrs. Mantie. The evening I ,
    STORE wi. spent with a watch night serv- Y

    ice in the Hess home.
    Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Cole who were INSTANT COFFEE

    ". t in Cairo, Ga. over the weekendwere BOlOGNA Lb 12C

    i accompanied home by Mrs.

    60th Cole's brother, Frank Rogers. --s Max House mall .52
    :
    0
    Misses Judy Green 'and Pat ,

    f. r.J .'.. Sieg, U. of F. students, spent Sun Guaranteed, Cloth Bag

    .:$ Vi' day afternoon with Judy's parents, Lb Max House 1.48

    4' '1 y-",,,'".') :. J ; 3t Mr- and Mrs. L. J. Green. I F l 0 U R 2S $1.69 Ige
    J .. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crowson of II i ,
    ( .. '
    CJt. Columbia, S. C. arrived Thursday i it. .. .
    ;
    I 1 Nes Cafe small .52
    .
    to spend several weeks with Mr I A __ :

    JAN. 1STH THRU JAN. 23RD: 1954 Crowson's brother and sister-in- Extra Lean & Good ,
    ''
    ; law, Mr. and Mts. Claude Crow-
    SAl
    r son. I amh 27c Ii Nes Cafe, Ige 1.49

    8 DA YS ONLY Cash Sale! ;. Recent Birth i ger[
    ; ;) I
    .

    A Special Representative, Mr.\ Fred t.. Anything Not Listed in This Ad Will Be Mr. and Mrs. Morgan W ,
    Housemam fro>n Curlee Clothing Co., Stephens of Jacksonville announcethe Cans

    St. Louis, Mo.\ will be in our Store Fri 1 l'q": ? fUDOCEB 10% DURING SALE 1! birth of their 'third son An I TOMATOES 2 2SC Sank small ..61Swift's

    day and Saturday,Jan. 15 and 16 to helpadvise :'?I drew Lee, on Jan. 11 in St ,

    and fit your /"::,V'CURLEE ASSORTED LOT "DIRTY" WHITE AND FANCY Vincent's Hospital. I j

    SUIT tw M. ,
    J Words cannot adequately
    1#. L A R 0 14
    Or ARROW WINGS --FADEPROOF ,:, ,' '. press our deep appreciation foe I 'Over l Sea small .46
    # WERE TO )' i it the many kind and sympathetic
    SPORT COAT f $3.95 } acts that were shown us at the 4' .a a.

    YOURS FOR 1.89 '', tS time of our recent bereavementThe ; 1
    AT THE BELOW REDUCES PRICES +. n.. ; ? -,} + -- family of Mrs. Noble Ray ,, i Good Smooth (Limit 10 lbs.) 10 Lbs. ; Over rSeaige .89
    cry'
    $52.50 Suits now only QQ.99 'y (Cost Only A Dime To Launder) >;, White. : I
    ; .. C
    I : -,:f1 :' 8 Oz. Sanforized Our REPORT OF CO\DITIO.\ OF THEM' Potatoes 15 I
    $42.50 Suits now only I !' Large Stock of "Old"'All "FLORID BANK AT STAKKB'1 I SOAP POWDERS
    OQ-99 OF STARKE IX THE STATE OF '
    iJt i Dungarees 1. W 'I
    <# 791 00} Sweaters FLORID AT THE CLOSE OF
    I BIMNKS.S ON IJK.C. 31, IBS:i. I
    $32.50 Suits now only J O.99 ,: t''f BlackSUITCASES Were to $8.95 Now Take Cash, balances Aaaeta with other I j Tide Pkg _
    iJf. Your Pick At I
    banks Including reserve
    HOLLYWOOD DRAPES In Black Or I balances,and cash itemsin II i JIM DANDY
    t SOS.936.:; :: '
    Grey GABARDINES, One Button Roll } Were $4.95 99 EACHMen's :United priufss States of Government collection Lbs .
    I. obligations, direct and I 33cI f <.

    Were 2''!}.95 NOW g.99 ''' N-O-W: $2.89 ,,; 81.50 Blue Chambray I guaranteed political subdivisions of States and,&198,614. :' 1Obligations ": .I j S 5 ber C

    > ; WORK Loans and discounts (In- ;I
    SUMMER NYLON CORDS ? DRESS PANTS SHIRTS I eluding {9.93 over- G
    ; 531.261 *;
    Were 24.95 .. Now 15.99 N 0 \V $1.19CARTER'S Baik drafts premises) owned }7.- 'i Lbs Surf IYelf
    10% OFF I iii fixtures 142.92. furniture I9.746.5S and 16.W.1 MEriT ;" 2 gc

    SPORT COATS 1.3 OFF I(Other assets 1S.la.i"TOTAL 1 ,
    I ,
    All Calf II ASSETS 2,892. $0 95 Pullon and Lace I -
    Good GradeUndershirts Best Grade Arrow, Wing, DRESS SHOES
    45c Tulane Long Sleeve BOOTS Demand deposits of IndlI 33 (Limit 2) Qt. f f2c t .
    I ,
    viduals
    partnerships
    Reduced From SS 95
    Under Shorts 45c* SPORT SHIRTS Reduced to .$7.95 To Only Cash |Time and deposits corporations of Indivll -1,461.jl 1.

    g.99 l duals, partnerships, and Bleach 7
    I 235 Pair Sanforized j corporations 623.-J; SOAPCamay
    Deposits of United States ,
    I 20% OFFVORK i
    Bed R Men'Ssl' PANTS Best (;radeFlannel&Work j t I Government postal savings(including 46."-''' 14 i
    Ippers I Were To $3.95 SHIRTS $1.95 :;Deposits of States and po- )1i 3 forfflBi
    Values to $4.95; j lineal subdivisions SSS.tisl 1 1w I
    i S- .95 (Washington, D. C.) j
    N-O-W $2.45 Other deposits (certified
    ALL REDUCED TO and $5.50 Turner Were S2.95 and S3.95 | and officers' checks, Lb
    i ( Togs) ,
    I etc.) 1S.14S" '
    $ Per Pair Top Grade ARMY TOTAL DEPOSITS 2,539.61*. "' : 0 l E 0 19C1 tUX
    $9.99
    1 KHAKI ill WORK({ SHOES 10% OFF ''other liabilities 36.310 : '
    $yf.29
    (Santa left too many) TOTAL LJAE'ILITIESInot :
    I ( including subnrj i PaJmolive l
    Men's j dlnated obligations Ctn C:
    WesternREDUCEDFOR S DAYS i shown below) 2,576.4Si" 11
    I POPS COLA
    / i
    DRESS SHIRTS ;: ONLY CASH ONLY DRESS JACKETS R&DUCEn d'0 'I Capital Arroantrapltal Cashmere
    I 50!: /nn\ no '
    Were$5.95 I'I'3 Dress 'Surplus 200,000.00It'ndtvided >mj[ 1 .
    I All Boy's I profits n,;:2.v.
    Now $3.99 !!
    : ROBES 1-3 OFF '!Reserves (and retirement : LEA:\. Any Cut. (While It lasts) Lb. I Ii Ivory
    -
    } i
    account for preferred
    DRESS SHOES PAIR .
    (Not far enough West) (Santa Left A Few) $3&99! .I capital 4j, 53."'

    TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS i S TEA K 39 C !M -
    316,3,::5.62 :
    p Our t Resolution Is: To Give

    (I Days Only i=n Cash r Only TOTAL AND CAPITAL LIABILITIES ACCOUNTS _. r ou The Very Best Feeds At The

    +Thl3 bank's capital consists ,89ZSOt.16, -. f Very Lowest Pricest.

    t...,=, "" ; ;T N Common of stock: with total r_ -
    par vain of JaO.000.00





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    I 'PACgSIX BRADFORD COUNTT TELEGEW STARKE., FLORIDA ,
    1 ------
    FRIDAY JANUARY 15, 19M
    tTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTVTVTt Farm Gainesville spent lough visited relatives in Lake rand Rosemary Clooney. I -
    Colony
    I I and file the original rn the office of residence
    I i and
    Saturday with their daughter and Butler and Sampson City over Hope plays the role of the old- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 1 Carolina Street,address San Francisco is: 1J39-A, Cal- |Street, Augusta, Georgia I i Mildred Thomas rribbs Plaintiff vs
    the weekend. s' I or before ie 25 day of January i You are hereby not!'ied that a George W. Cribbs. Defendant
    j
    and Mrs. Bruce 'est Iltornia.I'
    HAMPTONby son-in-law, Mr. i chorus
    boy in New York at 1954; otherwise the allegations of suit for |I I NOTICE TO APPEAR
    Roark and family. Bonnie Nazworth and Willie the turn of the said Complaint will be taken u You are required to appear onl i Divorce i i i I i
    century. At '
    the T
    I'January 18, 1954, (> George W. ("ribbswhost
    contested by in the above I refdencr -
    you. named
    Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson of Mae Davis were Sunday visitorsin start -of the Court j has been filed against !-ou in the and address
    Mrs. Wm. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA film he is tossed out This notice shall be published and cause, wherein plain- ] above named Court ;!s: Unknown.
    I!Starke and Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Palatka. Joyce and Cathy Conk- of a show for fouling up a tryoutin once eachweek for four consecutive I tiff maintenance seeks divorce of !support and you are required to serv and! cause a copy and of suit You for are divorce hereby has notified been that a
    filed
    weeks in the minor
    at lin spent Sunday in Silver Springsand Bradford County Tele children. your answer or pleading to the, '
    and children
    Jackson were I Jersey. However, a maniacal graph. Bradford County Telegraph shall the complaint against you i:1 the above named
    on Plaintiffs
    Mrs. J. G. Adkins and niece Gold Head Branch Sunday after- Cedar Keys. killer, in love with Miss Dahl, is 1953.iMied this 2! day of December publish this Order in next four T. Frank Landrum. Clarke Attorney, Fla. Court to and serve cause a copy and.of you your are answer required -
    Percy Sullivan recently had the weekly issues.Witness and file the original in the
    Miss out to dispose or any of her suit- OFFICIAL officeof or pleadings to the Bill of Com-
    Joyce Beale spent Sunday ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby
    noon.Miss my hand and official the Clerk of the Circuit Court
    on
    Louise Adkins spent Fri- pleasure of attending the installa- In this the Clerk of tne Circuit Court. seal at Starke before plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney.
    afternoon in Starke. ors. case unlucky lad Florida, this December I or the 8 day of February, Carlos
    Marian E. Harper, 864 West
    tion of his aunt, Miss By L. Crosby, Deputy ClerkU25 ; 17. 1357. 1S54 Unlver.
    Harry \V. Baker was a business day night with Miss Eloise Thomasin Dorothy is Tony Martin, her co-star in the 4t 1/15 ; said; otherwise the allegations of sity Avenue Gainesville Florida
    Starke. Mills, as an officer in the Eastern I show. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby }, Complaint will be taken as confessed I and file the original in the office of
    caller in Gainesville Monday. Star. NOTICE TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court by you. .,the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
    Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly and I Throughout the gag-a-minute la Circuit Court. Bradford County, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy; Clerk.I I This notice shii; be published!I!before: the 8 day of February. 1954 or
    Holland daughter, Helen, and son of the Ruth and Carolyn Perry spent Florida la Caaarerr. Martin J. Pearl. 307 Consolidated I once each week for four consecutive,otherwise the allegations of said
    Payne called on Mr. and proceedings there are some won- Pearl Rosen Plaintiff, vs. Abraham Building, Jacksonville 2. Florida. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph i Bill of Complaint will be taken aa
    Mrs. Lee Geiger at Waldo Sunday I Air Force stationed in Pensacolawere last Friday at Silver Springs with derful musical numbers that fea- Rosen, Defendant Attys. for Plf. 12/1S 4t 1/18 i I 'confessed by you.
    afternoon. recent guests of Mr. and their aunt and uncle from Lumberton Case No. 10-256 I Dated this 6 day of January, 1954. i This notice shall be published
    Mrs. J. G. Adkins and daughter, N. C.Everyone. ture singing and dancing at its Ketiee T. Appear.To la Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR c.tT.1(OFFICIAL SEAL) Char In A.Darby !once each week for four ronsffutive
    Mr. George Saxon was nursing I best. There are eight new songs : Abraham Rosen, Whose resi Clerk of the Cir-utt' Court 1 weeks in The Bradford County Telegraph -
    the grippe the of the week.. Louise. in school is review- I deuce and address is: 1171 East Florida IB Chancery I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk .
    first
    ably presented by Martin and 14th Street, Broolyn, New Mary Gay, Plaintiff, vs. Edward. I
    York. 1/8
    :Mr.and Mrs. D. A. ing for the 4t 19IR ; Dated this 6 day of January. A.D.
    The Hampton P. T. A. met in Percy son mid-term test which Clooney. You are hereby notified that a Gay Defendant 1954.
    the school auditorium on Tuesdayof Edgar of Lumberton, N. C. were will be given in a few days. suit Divorce for + To Appear Case No. 1075"otlt'f' The Circuit Court <-f Flerlda.1;, OFFICIALSEAL( ) Charles A. Darby
    custody and Eighth ,
    last week. It decided over the weekend guests of Mr. Cornelia NOTICE TO CREDITORS control of To: Edward W ; Judicial Circuit Clerk of the "trcuit t'nur'
    was to McGee visited her aunt, minor child Gay whose resi For Bradford County, By Marian L. ,
    Crosby Deputy
    Clerk
    have the and Mrs. T. J. Perry and family. (1933 Probate Art S 119, 120) has been filed against you In the I dence and address is- 1477 Harper la Chancery. r
    Mrs.
    in
    a play near future, i Nellie Swindell, in Starke last la the Court of tile Cooaty Judge, above named Court VI 4t 1/2
    proceeds to for Play Ground SCHOOL NEWS Sunday. Carlton Bradford Couat,., Florida. and cause and .. ... .-. -. i
    go Meng visited his you a-e required to serve a copy of --- -- -. -- - -
    Fred I. Probate.In your answer or -- ---- -- <:P __ __... __, -S1frv-_ .
    equipment After the business Linda and Starling spent uncle, Francis Waldoon pleading to the I
    Meng near Estate of R.
    i re: Roy King. De- complaint on the Plaintiff's \
    meeting the group was invited to Sunday visiting friends in Jack- Sunday. ceased. Attorney T. Frank Land rum.
    the sonville. Roark the Ta All Creditor" and Persona Having Staj-kf, Florida '
    school cafeteria where Mrs. Patsy spent There were five teachers and : Claim or Demand AgaiactF.nlatei and file the original in the office of t CONVERT NOW' I
    Floy Sullivan and Mrs. Edna Sul weekend in Gainesville with her seventy-six pupils in religious services the Clerk of the Circuit Court on TTi' 1
    livan served refreshments. Wish grandmother Mrs. Dyal. Linda You and each of you are hereby or before the
    i last Sunday. notified and required to present any .-' 25 day of January, 1954;
    parents would remember the first and W. C. Loper spent Sunday claims and demands which you or otherwise the allegations of said
    Tuesday in each month and with their grandmother Mrs. There were 436 meals served in either of you, may have against the Complaint will be taken as confess.ed ; .
    come
    the lunch room last week. The estate of Roy R. King, deceased by you. RECEIVE!
    to P. T. A. Help us to help your Loper. Joan Carter visited her desserts late of said County to the I This notice shal* sic publishedonce I Ii Ii
    apricot
    children.Mr. aunt and uncle last Sunday. Gloria were exceptionally County Judge of Bradford each week for four consecutive ETO
    '. good. County, Florida, at his office in the weeds in the Pradford County Tele-
    and Mrs. Charlie Alvarez and Rosalee McKinney visited I court house of said County at graph.
    and children, Donald, Larry their aunt in Starke Sunday. Di- Our Audio-Visual Departmenthas Starke Florida, within eight calendar 1S:'3.
    Dated this 22 day of December, PROGRAMSFrom tl !
    Cheryl and Willow of Starke, R. anne Hardy spent Sunday with just received nine new film- first months publication from of the this notice.time of Each the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
    D. and Mrs. Ena Nazworth and her cousin Myrtle Ann Hinson. strips on the "Old World Back- claim or demand shall be in writing Clerk ot the Circuit rnlJor'
    ground of American and shall state the place of By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk WJHP TV
    History"
    daughters, .Earlene and Bonnie Odessa and Otis Melton spent residence and post office address of 12/25 4t l/i5 -
    were Sunday supper guests of Mr. Saturday with their grandmother, This series of filmstrips starts I the claimant and shall be sworn to .
    and Mrs. Charles Gaskins and Mrs. Melton in Waldo. Larry Sapp with the story of early man in by the claimant, agent his attor- r"Ullt TheClr.'ult,.. Florida Court In Chancery.Of Bradford (Channel 36)) ;

    boys of Palatka. I spent the weekend with his grand those ancient countries which now ney,so and filed any shall such be claim void.or demandnot Herbert Lee McCoslin, Plaintiff, vs.Garcia .

    Mr and Mrs. R. F Dyal of the mother in Starke. Vivian McCul- form the continent of Europe and Floyd King, Janice McCoslin Case Defendant.No. 10-252
    .. lead up to the discovery and exploration As administrator of the Order Oi fnKliratiou And !Notice FACTORY
    j TRAINEDFinestReception
    -- Estate of Roy R.
    .. _:: ._ --2_ "_. ,:' io-; : jL: I of America. King deceased Marcia To Apcari.lanli-State" of Mcf"slin Florida Tot whocp j We Guarantee The 0
    Another: filmstrip of especial.f First publication January 1. 1934.
    Clerk of the Circuit Court.
    8 PIECE importance to the eighth gradeis By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. FACTORY AUTHORIZED
    A Three .
    I one entitled "You and Your 12/25 4t 1/15 DaY$ I


    LIVING ROOM the News basic Paper"principles. This filmstrip of gatheringnews gives In Florida Circuit 1'OTICE""TPPE.R la Court Cbanrery." Bradford County t tough Is Your !;' Possible FIELD TESTED i

    reporting news, interview- Fridolin J. Hlumer. Plaintiff, vs.
    GROUP Ing people, proof-reading, printingand Margaret, Blumer. Defendant.Case 1'-
    Danger
    No. 10-25T Signal
    distributing a news paper. Notice To Appear I
    c After studying this filmstrip we. To: Margaret, Blumer whose resi- Creomukion relieves promptly because ,,
    dence and address is: Box 87! Pecos, it goes into the bronchial Chas. C
    $129.95 should be able to do a better jobon New Mexico, help loosen and expel germ system laden to ShepherdT.V.
    You
    rf'nortingour school news. suit for are hereby notified that a phlegm and aid nature to soothe and ;
    Phone 80 Starke. Fla. I Eighth Grade Personalities Divorcehas heal raw tender,, inflamed bronchial '
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    \ j feet Howell tall is and thirteen weighs years 240 old pounds., six The inside.stoy on

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    plans to present to the fourth 1

    grade when it is finished. He is a

    member: of the Hampton Baptist ivv 7RIPLE ECONOMYin

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    '' ,,.t;, Agricultural Extension Service I' .. MAY Bi THE YEAR : I

    Forestry Field' Day terials used February 1 is the I r .e y si v

    Are you getting full value from cut-off date.
    your timber by using it properly? Pullets To Lay Next Fall

    You might pick up a few tips Now is the time to prepare for 'r. 4 < ,s' 01
    Friday, Jan. 22, while attendingthe raising chicks for next fall's
    forestry program at the Starke home laying flock. Have your
    Farmers Market. Read full de house, brooding equipment, feed-
    tails In the .paper this week. ers, waterers and right feed ready'
    Starting time 10 a. m. Lunch is to give chicks a good start soon .
    free through the courtesy ot Industrial as they arrive from the hatchery.I I !
    Department of the Sea Always buy high-quality chicks. '

    board Railroad. So-called cheap chicks are usually I .
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    Have You Reported: very expensive in the long run. .z.
    If you carried out any practices -I Orders should be placed now with ,
    your desired delivery date speci ,4. ,
    in pasture improvement or _
    soil building you should make fied.If n.r q .1 N
    your report to our office before you want general-purpose '> S d.ry n F
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    ,. \ 7 $
    February 1. If you participated In meat and egg breed, the Rhode k. '
    any way during 1953 in the Agricultural Island Red, Plymouth Rock or 'Nx Si.

    Conservation Program, New Hampshire are satisfactory a 'ti- f 4 The Notion's Leading Laboratories and
    you will be eligible for paymentby breeds. If only eggs are wanted,
    submitting receipts for ma- Leghorns or proven in-Crosses or
    I Universities Aided By The March of Dimes
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    Cross-breds are satisfactory. Start y ; x., r : ; ,
    NOTICR 1O APPEAR chicks according to the sugges I xsy, ,, ,
    In ttmlt C..rt, Bradford Coumty, tions of the dealers whose feed Have Come: --
    World !. Cbanrrry
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    Leonard I*. D vls, Plaintiff, vs. Jen- you nse.Farrn
    nie I* Daus, Defendant. Bureau Meeting
    Case No. 10-243 I
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    Kcttre T. Appeurt Friday Jan. 15, 7:30: p. m. in /y a
    To: Jennie I* Davis, whose resi- the Courthouse at Starke is the I ,
    dence and address* Is: 4016 23rd
    Street North Arlington 7. \'Irglnla.You meeting you must attend. This I
    raft for are hereby notified ttic a is an open farmer's meeting. i "" 1 An experimental polio vaccine the value of which

    Divorce Every farmer in the county interested & i ; may become much clearer in 1954.
    au been filed against you in theM in pasture, field crops. 1
    ov named Court and cause and vegetables, etc. is invited. Special ,
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your answer or pleading!: to the emphasis will be on the production >
    complaint on the Plaintiff's
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    Attorney Joseph K. Skipper 221 of soybeans in our county.
    Graham Building, Jacksonville, Pick neighbor and meetus
    up your >i 9' iii '
    Florida '' x ;; '.4.:. ft z,' 3'g the blood
    fraction that
    at the courthouse
    and file the original In the office oftie Friday nightThe ;. $" !a > can pro.
    Clerk of tIe Circuit Court on building will be warm and the I a
    ttr before the discussion should warm it up a m w'' PR ;, c m ; ; w' tect temporarily against polio paralysis.
    8 day of February 1954;
    therwlse the allegations of sail little more.
    Complaint will Fe taken aa contested I ,
    Likes .
    h-* you Spotted Poland China
    This ntitlce shall bi published: Ralph Saunders who is farmingin I
    nee each week for four consecutive II
    week In the Bndford County Tele- the Heilbronn section of the
    Dated county is raising spotted Poland
    thla 4 day of January 1954.
    (OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. Daroy China hogs that are expected to
    Clerk of the Circuit CourtS rank among the top in that breed.I .
    Marian L. Croeby, Deputy Clerk
    1ft 4t l/2 saw eight pigs that are eight .
    weeks old and several folks have Scientists supported by the March of Dimes the
    ffOTICB! Te APPHARI guessed their weight at 40 pounds. developed use of gamma globulin for polio. More than
    Ctrealt ffeut. Bra tr4 CatT.rUrttai i
    IB CkaBeery. Ralph is not satisfied with that

    Louisa David P.Brook Brookw., Defendant.Plaintiff vs.I. litter and their growth. He wantsto $5,000,000 in March of Dimes funds were spent to provide gamma globulin for the national stockpile. The development ,
    Cue No. 10.164 carry out a production program
    !(.nee Te App..r. that will result in 50 pounds at !
    deuce To: and Louisa address Brookes Is:,c/o whose John real D. weaning. of a polio vaccine will take great amounts of March of Dime funds.

    O'Flynn. PlainviewlilckavlUe, L. I., Future Activities
    N. T.
    You ..,.. hereby>> aotlflH feat a January 15 Farm Bureau .
    nit for Meeting, already announced.
    Divorcehu
    January 21 Annual Clay REA
    ben filed against you la flit
    share named Court and cause and Coop meeting at Keystone. Two i
    yea are required to s rve a copy ot Bradford 4-H boys, Gerald Nor But even as these developments appear, polio's epidemic impact is increasing. In 1953, more March' of Dimes
    your answer or pleading to the!
    complaint on the Plaintiff man and Rudolph Sapp will present

    Attorney ville.(07 Clark Florida William Building D. Jackson Morgan, Electricity.a demonstration Two of our on 4-H Farm girls, funds were spent for patient care than. 'q ever before. there were more patients needing help than ever before.

    aad file the origmat in me orfloo ot Marilyn Cox and Ginger Jones will I,
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
    N' b for. the give a lighting demonstration -
    8 day of February. mi;
    assembling a study lamp.
    otherwise the aUecatloni ot saidOemplalnt
    wlU be taktn as oif e.- January 22 Forestry Field
    It by 'OIL.'nata n .tloe shall 00 p.blUh4MO Day look for details. You Can Contribute Through
    each week tor liar consecutive January 22 7:30 p. m. tobacco
    we.lca la the Bradford County Tele*
    meeting at Brooker.
    1Ir'&fDated this S day of January US4. February 2-13 Florida State
    (OFFICIAL SEAL) Capri A. Darby

    Br UarUa Clerk L. Ctoeby.of the Circuit Deputy 1/8 4t Court Clerk I/2 again will Fair have at this Tampa an year.exhibit Bradford at the County fair I SPECIAL GIFTS COIN BOXES MOTHERS MARCH m POLIO


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    i I BIG DAD MFG. CO. Foreman & Cohen Sunocoi Service

    For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write

    ROBBINS DEPT. STORE Conway's Service Station & Union Bus Depot
    FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND


    CHEMICAL CO. Western Auto Associate Store Dixie Motor Court & Restaurant

    2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla.

    DEMPSEY R. SAPP Owner
    Denmark Furniture Co. Starke Motor Court

    MOSS CONTROLPECAN

    TREES SHADE TREES, ETC. Harold C. Wall Agency
    Dr.
    C. J. Houpt
    Contact Us Now For Estimates
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    6 Termite Control ROBERTS JEWELRY t
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    Fillyaw Plumbing & Heating
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    Household & Commercial

    Exterminating C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.
    Simpaon-Urquhart Pontiac>

    Rodent Control
    KOCH DRUG STORE '
    SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK 'I Dave Paulk Cleaning & Grubbing

    Ii i LAWSONS MARKET

    I Conner Bros. Insurance Agency

    It.t= :i Hardy Brothers Motor Co.
    Florida Bank At Starke


    i Chas. C. Shepherd Radio & TV Member FDIC
    FULLY EQUIPPEDthe

    New Method Cleaners Sinclair Refining Co. T. C. Hazen, Jr.
    most modern and efficient equipment ,
    available to the profession is I
    used by this funeral home in maintaining i GUIDON GRILL Edwards Grocery & Market

    its well )known standard of

    Service.DeWITT Winkler Electric Service Andrews Motor Co.

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    Broadway Service Station
    7 Starke, Fla.
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    Funeral Director Ambulance Service E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating T. G. Ritch, M.D.

    GUI local funeral home enable u to offer convenience an*

    services: not otherwise available. G. S. Browns Service Station PeteG.FeIosM.D.Bradford .

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    .We furnish the highest type cervlce at lowest prices sadaocopt I Libby Sales & Service County Telegraph .

    Ah 7 life Insurance policy ta force issued by ANT I ,

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    AGC EIGHT BRADFORD OOCSTTT TELEGRAPH: I4RABBS FLOUDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1954

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    Auditor's Report City of Starke, Fla. -- Fiscal Year -- October 1 1952 September 30, 1953COMMENTS




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    OF AUDIT ALL FUNDS STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS STATEMENT OF CASH DISBURSEMENTS
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    CASH RECEIPTS Pang Fund LI{; AND WATER FUND
    ALL General light Parking Regular

    General City Fund; FUNDS City and Water Meter Account ][Light and Water Fund Cash Disbursements:

    All duplicate cash receipts for the year were examined and the Fund Fund Fund
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    total compared with the total cash register recordings in the General Cash on Hand and in 0" Salaries and Wages:

    City Fund for the immediate fiscal year. Bank October 1. I95Z Riley S. Wasdia, Superintendent 3,789.05J.

    Schedule B-1 reflects the various sources of receipts during the Cash on Hand 189.75 41.71 369.04 379.00 C. Barton 3,116.29J.
    R. Hastings 2,736.08
    fiscal year. Cash in Bank 9,495.26 1,517.43 99.02 8,616.85
    O. E. Stansbury 2,415.08
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    light and Mater Fund: Total Cash, L. B. Jordon 2,574.28

    Receipts from the revenues of the light and Water Fund were October I, 1952 10,285.01 1,619.14 -329.98 8,995.85. J. B. Wright 2,349.42

    checked from the cash register recordings to the cash stubs of the Calvin A. Part-am 2,287.06
    Add; Cash Receipts
    utility bills. Dewey W. Fowler 1.258X9
    With the installation of the new accounting machine during the During The Year 518,653.12 110,782.98 Schedule B-1 170,045.85 Schedule B-3 6,001.00 Schedule B-5 81,281.61 Schedule B,7 Clint Hill 2004.00

    LaUtr part of the fiscal year a control of the cash receipts from these I Total Cash Available 528,938.13 112,402.1. 169,715.81 1-1,996.85 81,281.61 C. V. Ingelrigat 2,084.1

    bills ha.: been established and all stubs can now be accounted for. Joe Morris 1,615.00
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    The various receipts of the Light and Water Fund are detailedin Less: Cash Disbursements : Calvin Henly 748.18

    Schedule B-3. During The Year 408,029.11 110,665.87 Sched iie B-2 112,366.58 Schedule B-t 10,891.18 Schedule B-G 76,198.26 Schedule B-8 Carl Johns, Clerical 2,290,00

    Carolyn Re grave L8S9.80
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    Due t.* the lack of sufficient records, I was only able to check I Hand and in Bank Total Salaries and Wages 30.95616

    the bank deposits. September 30. 1953 $120,908.96 $1,136.25 2650.71 U,105.61 $5,083.41 Fuel OilPlant 42311.25

    Paving Fund: Supplies and Repairs 6231.54

    The receipts for this fund are detailed in Schedule B-7. Power Line Materials
    GENERAL CITY FUND STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTSPercenta."e 9,220.24
    Water Materials and Supplies 12,836.90
    Sewer Fund:
    Truck Repairs, Gas and Oil ,
    Schedule B-9 reflects the receipts of this fund. of Tgtai 228.87
    Power Clay County Cooperative
    Licenses, Fees and Permits: 1.808.02
    CASII DISBURSEMENTSThe Lubricating Oil
    00.021 1951-1952 Occupational Licenses 30.50 2,250.43
    Service Deposits Refunded
    disbursements of the various funds are detailed in their 04.35-1 1952-1953 Occupational Licenses 4,822.00 Office 3,695.00
    Supplies
    appropriate schedules which are included in this report. 01.043 1953-195-1 Occupational Licenses 1,155.50 895.92
    City Utility Tax
    a 6618.68
    A'l checks with the exception of those listed as outstanding in 00.016 Dog Licenses 18.00 State "
    Utility Tax
    Schedules A-1 (a), A-l (bl) and A-1 (c) were examined in detail and 00.425 Building and Remodeling Permits 471.00 Refund to General 1,800.10
    City for Donations Paid 2,013.52Refund
    00.004 Solicitors' Licenses 5.00
    checked to the various disbursement schedules.
    of Customers' Charges
    Furthermore, the records of the City Council and the Board of 00.882 Election Qualifying Fees 971.28 92.81
    Telephone and Telegraph
    Bond Trustees were checked to be certain that disbursements had 06.751 Total Licenses, Fees and Permits 1.419,28 Insurance 115.95
    General 1,573.21

    been approved Delinquent Real and Personal Property: Insurance Hospitalization 152.25

    Statement of Insurance in Force: 00.042 Taxes Collected, Schedule A-7 46.00 Transfer to City Treasury 36,750.00

    The various insurance policies which are detailed in Exhibit "C" 05.115 Bonds and Fines 5,666.50 Miscellaneous 177.10

    were examined m detail. These policies represent the various cover- 00.235 Grading and Mowing 259.81 Advertising 26.00

    age. of City owned property and fidelity bonds in effect at the closeof 09.151 Utility Tax 10,137,39 Payroll Deductions for the Fiscal Tear

    28.559 Cigarette Tax 31,638.39 Ended September 30 1952
    the fiscal year just ended. '. 239.25
    01.866 Reimbursement for Payment of Ugh : Payment on Well 938.00

    General Comment.*: and Water Fund nations 2,061.26 Light and Water Fund Portion of Payroll Taxes 477.76

    During the fiscal year which ended on September 30, 1953, the 00.064 Sale ot City Maps 70.90 Freight 661.92

    City made several steps of progress. The extension of the corporate Electric MetersTransformer
    609.03
    limits and the of and modern Reimbursement for Payroll Deductions:
    purchase new equipment are examples. Repairs

    With the expansion of the various City services to the new areas 00.650 Withholding Tax 120.00 Repairs to Pump Engine! 4,021.72
    4,879.19Water
    and the planned improvements, the City, now more than ever before, 00.009 Insurance Deductions 9.99 Meters

    needs an operating budget for the expenditures which will result from 00.205 Miscellaneous %27.53 1,145.36

    the additional progress planned. Transfers from: 172,786.48

    Also, the installation of a double entry bookkeeping system whichcan 33.173 Light and Water Fund ,150.00 LeN: ... --1f .
    be handled by the new accounting machine, is recommended in
    09.313 Meter Fund : Unremitted
    Parking 10S82.93 Payroll Deductions to Exhibit "A" 419X9
    view of the expansion program planned.It 03.558 Road and Bridge Tax $!H2. .t

    was noted during my audit that the enforcement of the discount 00.055 Workmen's Compensation Insurance Refund 61.0& TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS: : TO EXHIBIT "B $172,36658

    period for the electric bills, while etill lax has been enforced more 00.099 Lease on Garbage Site 110.00

    strictly than in the past. The City is to be commended for the more 00.009 Salary Refund Qyde B&Ie1 10.07 Schedule B-4

    rigid enforcing of the period in which these discounts are allowed. 00.236 Paving Assessment 261.20

    The following is a statement of the changes in the various surplus 00.062 Interest on Paving Assessments 68.81

    accounts as the result of the year's operations: 00.566 Sale of Bulldozer 627.19 STATEMENT' OF CASH DISBURSEMENTS

    00.090 Sale of Truck 100.00 STREET AND GARBAGE DEPARTMENTStreet

    00.019 Cash Unaccounted For 21.01
    GENERAL CITY FUND and Garbage Department Disbursement
    00.113 Refund of Legal Services!. 125.00 :

    Balance, October 1, 1952 13,168.89 Salaries and Wage*:
    100.00 TOTAL RECEIPTS, TO EXHIBIT "B" $110,182.98
    Fund Revenue Receipts Schedule B-l 110782.98 Schedule B-1 S. R.Hicks, D-apt. Head to March: 13, 1953 1500.00

    Decrease in Liabilities 1,471.39 O. C. Geiger 2.73LS6

    112254.37 Lucius Williams 2,140.96

    STATEMENT OF CASH DISBURSEMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTSCash STATEMENT OF CASH DISBURSEMENTS Walter Pierce 2.148.24'
    Less:
    Barney A. Sp I nee 1,411.02E.
    Fund Disbursements, Schedule B-2 110,665.81 Disbursements General City Fund: ADMINISTRATIVE, OFFICE AND' GENERAL F. Phillips! -
    1,402.28Merren
    Decrease in Assets Other Than Cask 305.20
    110,971.07Net Percentageof Administrative, Office and General Disbursements: C. LI.enhee': 2,678.61

    Total John Spence 2526.16
    Increase in Surplus 1,283.30
    Salaries and Wages: Isiaa Hardenl-rook
    Total Surplus, General City Fund 09.119 Fire Department, 2,187.87
    City Council: :
    Edwin
    1- Smith
    September 30, 1953 14,452.19 Schedule B-2a( ) 10,091.11 2,33859
    22.261 Police Department, H. A. Bishop, Jr. 30.00P. Tommie Edwards 2,222.58

    light and Water Fund: Schedule B-2b( ) 24,635.86 L. Bridges 300.00 Ed Stone 2,185.95

    Balance, October 1, 195 4556.30 37.319 Street and Garbage Department, L O. Hazen 505.00 Fred Starling 2,08844

    Fund Revenue Receipts ScheduleS 170,045.85 Schedule B-2c) 4L2W.S1 William T. Jackson 625.00 Morgan Gresham 631.86:

    Increase in Assets Other then Cash 123317.07 22.429 Administrative, Office and General. Ewell Lawson 445.00 Herman Geiger 823.74

    .293362.92 Schedule B-2d) 24,820.15 James A. Lewis 475.00 Jim Alexander, Jr. S9L84370X0
    Herbert C. Ritch 295.00
    Less: 07.479 Donations, Schedule B-2e) 8,277.57 Hembrick Morris

    Fund Disbursements Schedule B-4 172366.58 01.364 Principal and Interest Paid on Total City Council 2675.00 Willie Lee Flute 29.12

    Increase in Liabilities 122,585.95 Notes, Schedule B-2f) 1,509.68' William O. Thomas 40.00

    294,952.53Net 00.762 Non-Governmental 842.92 : Board of Bond Trustees: Total Salaries and Wages 20,627.32

    Decrease in Surplus 1589.61 R. F. Demorest 240.00
    100.733 Total Authorized Disbursements 111,476.60 Lights and Water
    Total Surplus Light and Water Fund Lees: George B. Flynn Sr. 240.00 169.02
    Gas, Oil and Maintenance a
    September 30, 1953 2966.69 Unremltted Payroll Deductions: Titus Olson 240.00 2,088.02
    Equipment Repairs and Parta 1.20158

    Parking Meter Fund: 00.583 Withholding Tax 640.20 Total Board of Bond Trustees 720.00 Materials (Cement, Pipe and Asphalt) 69195
    00.208 Social Tax 229.13
    Security
    Balance October 1. 1953 8,995.85 Tools and Supplies 1,062.39
    87,93 City Clerk's Office:
    Fund Revenue Receipts, Parking Meters Base Plate for Sewer Lift 67.16
    00.191 Less: Remittance of Blue Cross Carl Johns 1,330.00 Bulldozer
    Schedule B-5 6,001.00 Service 392X0
    Premiums Carolyn Redgrave 730.20Total
    Less: Street Signs and Traffic Signals 326.69 _
    00.058 of City Officials in Advanoe '
    Fund Disbursements, Schedule B-6 10,891.18Net City Clerk's Office 2060.20 Landscaping 106.23: ,
    of Deductions 6UO
    Decrease in Surplus 4890.18 Miscellaneous %7.o
    00,133 Total Unremitted Payroll Total Salaries and Wages 3,455.20 I
    Total Surplus Parking Meter Fund. New Garbage Tru':k with Special Body 5,547X3
    Deductions, to Exhibit "A" 810.73 I
    September 30, 1953 4,105.67 Repairs to Building 25.27
    TOTAL, TO SCHEDULE: B-2 $41,299.31
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    100.00 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS TO Telephone and Telegraph "*. 139.16
    TOTAL SURPLUS ALL FUNDS -
    EXHIBIT "B" $110.665.81 Lights and Water 447.04 Schedule B-Jc)
    PER EXHIBIT "A" $21.524.55STATEMENT
    Legal and Recording 869.20 I
    Schedule 13-2 .
    Building Inspector 230.00
    OF CASH DISBURSEMENTS
    Office Supplies and Printing 1,042.42 STATEMENT OF CASH DISBURSEMENTS
    1XNATIONS
    Janitor Service 28.00
    \ STATEMENT OF CASH DISBURSEMENTS FIRE
    DEPARTMENTFire
    Donations Cash DLiburswienu: Equipment Repairs 14.70

    Light and Water for Charitable Organizations 2,690.31 POLICE DEPARTMENT Insurance General 5,256.15 Departments Disbursements:

    Woman's Club 460.00 Insurance Hospitalization 442.25
    Police Department Disbursements: Salaries and Wages:
    Miscellaneous 150.33
    Bradford Health Clinic 2,400.00

    Chamber of Commerce: Salaries and Wages: Connecting Sewer 101.50 D. W. Carpenter Chief 2,781.41J.

    Regular 600.00 W. E. Thornton Chief 3,130.00 City Portion of Payroll Taxes 965.64 R. Mott 2.270.38 I

    Big Dad Electric Bills 2067.26 M. M. Morgan 2650.00 Travel Expenses of Officials 178.85 C. W. Pickett 57858

    2667.26 E. L. McKnight 2,610.00 Refund of Bonds 160.00 Perry Kite, Jr., 1,674.35 : I

    Tuberculosis Association 10.00 Riley Sweat 2.610.00 Dues 65.00 Volunteers:

    Bradford County Children's Committee 25.00 Shep -Tomlinson 2,610.00 Auditing 750.00 E. B. Jackson 97.00 !I

    Bradford County Chapter Bill LaineCornelius 2560.00 Payroll Deductions Received in Cash .. 729.99 S. R. Hicks 51.00 I

    American Red Cross 25.00 Moore 2,400.00R. City Coda 1,250.00Stenographic J. C. Barton 95.00

    A. Eberle 48.00 Service 18.32 Carl Ritch "

    TOTAL TO SCHEDULE B-2 $8,277.57 Clyde Bailey 253.SO Accounting Machine 3,795.10 G. S. Brown 21.00 87.00 {.i

    A. L. Alvarez 970.00
    Schedule 8-:(e) City Maps 35.34 C. L. Dinkins 14.00

    J. A Sasser 186.00 Dog Tags 4.00 C. J. Schaefer 86.00E. I

    N. N. Thomas 6.00.'t Capital Improvements:
    .
    W.
    Wilkinatn
    STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS 87.00
    Total Salaries and Wages> 20,033.30 I f
    O. P. Hutto
    LIGHT AND WATER FUND Extension of Water Stain 1,481.79 77.00 I

    Lights and Water 78.43 Whiteway Poet Foundation 1,025.00 Bill Parker 7.00 "
    Light and Water fund Cash Receipts: W. C. Rhoden
    Telephone and Telegraph 141.90 59.00A.

    Electric Current 132,298.00 Gas, Oil a.1duto Maintenance 1.88L77 2506.79 L. Crosby 33.00
    Water 23086.21 Election Inspectors 160.00 II I
    Supplies 77.20
    Utility Tax 1.304.69 Total Salaries and Wages 8023.72
    Uniforms 371.95 TO {
    TOTAL. SCHEDULE B-2 $24,820.15SAVINGS
    Service Deposits Collected 3,880.00 I
    Lights and Water
    Badges 22.12 -
    Supplies Sold 925.54 147.06 I j
    Schedule
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    Calls Qtolephone and
    Court Mayor 963.00 Telegraph 10L20 !
    Transfer Charges 76.00
    Parking :Meter Parts 138.03 Repairs to Building 12.05 :
    Reconnection Charges 110.00
    Cart of Prisoners 817.00 Purchase of Furniture and FIxtures.. 1
    Workmen's Compensation Insurance Refund 334.20 503.22
    Cleaning 8.80 FUND Supplies i
    Reimbursement of Advances to Employees 39.55 378.18
    Painting SignsFingerprinting 1.50 Sign Painting .-
    2.00
    Fire Loss Claim 1,866.93 REGULAR SAVINGS *
    Service 15.00 Gas Oil and Truck Repairs ,
    Miscellaneous 19.92 ACCOUNT ACCOUNT ACCOUNT 815.75 .,
    Du'
    Repairs to Jail 70.86 I
    Insurance Refund Supplies Damaged 58.14 27.95 ;
    Cash Unaccounted For 46.6' Witness Fees 9.00 75,000.00 40542.22 Schedlae B-9 35,000.00 Travel Expenses to: Fire School 80.00 !

    TOTAL, TO SCHEDULE B-2 $24,635.86 37.907.83 Schedule B-10 TOTAL TO SCHEDULE B-2 10091.11
    TOTAL RECEIPTS, TO EXHIBIT "B" $170,045.85 i

    Schedule B-S Schedule B-2b) 975.000.00 $2.634,34 $35,000.00 .
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    FRIDAY JANUARY 15, 1954 _. "!
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    daughter Barbara Gertrude, to be on display for a few days. Florid I. Ckaaeere! graph
    1954 'Christ for Florida' ConferenceTo Richard Mullaly, FUinriff. vg. Irene Dated 4hU S day of January 1954.tOFFIUAL .
    Byrnes Lezelle Owens, son of Mr. When the bell rang the day they Mullalj- Defend nt.
    SEAL) Charles A.Darby
    and Mrs. Ernest S. Owens, Sr. of could check them out whiz! Cas No. ntH

    D Open Soon At Park Of The Palms Pensacola.The in came the boys and girls. I Notice To: Irene T. Appears Mullaly. whose residenceand Py Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Clerk.Court:

    I Each club will elect address Is: Millelgevllle State 1' 4t tIn
    wedding will take place one girl at Hospital, MilledgeTillf, Georgia.
    Park-of-the-Palms near Key- radio program entitled "America February 4 in the Baptist Student school to run in the Miss Sweet- You are Hereby notined tTiat a

    \stone Heights will again be the Back to God". For the past few Union Chapel, University Ave., heart contest, sponsored by the cult Divorce for and custJy of minor FILL DIRTGOOD

    I location of the Christ for Florida years Dr. Zoller has devoted all of Gainesville, at 5:30 p. m. All Student Council. This is an an- child I

    At The Tabernacle Presbyterian Church I II conference with nationally-known his time to evangelism and is con- friends of the couple are invited. nual event. above has been named filed Court against ar.d you cause In and the, RICH
    heard sidered one of the most stirring Miss '
    speakers to be daily. Christoffers and :Mr. So long for now. you are required to serve a copy of

    A number of appointments are I Friday, Jan. 15 Junior Choir Beginning January 30, and con- revivalists of the day. Owens are both students at Stet- -Susie your complaint answer on or ple the inff Plaintiff to tin! TOP SOILSee

    I being considered for the near fu-'practice 3:30 p.m. Men of the tinuing through February 7, the Jim Vaus of Los Angeles will son University. Attorney Evan T. Evans, 101

    ture by the Tabernacle Congregation Church supper meeting 7 p.m. daily programs will present promi- present several messages. Before March of Dimes Dinner TUB RIGHT POINT for the sonville.Law Exchange Florida Bu'lding. Jack- I
    17 School Bible teachers and his conversion four years ago he A March way you write. Come In and aer I i
    ? which include: Rev. Dick Sunday. Jan. : Sunday nent evange- of Dimes dinner will and file the original lii the office of
    t Knox of Little Geneesee. N. Y.; 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 lists, including Dr. Walter 1.ViI- was a notorious wire-tapper work- be held in the Woman's Club on leet your favorite ESTERBROOK I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I I I II

    I Dr. John McNeill Washington a.m.. "Our Christian Witness. son, M. D., president of the Kan- ing with mobster Mickey Cohen. Thursday, Jan. 28. The Woman's Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at or before 8' day the of February:' 1954: I BILL JACKSON

    D. C. Rev. A. J. Leavengood Youth Fellowship 6 p.m., adult ad- sas City Bible College and author He is now a full-time evangelist. Club has kindly consented to fur-I BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- ,otherwise the allegation of Bald Jackson Transfer Compan:

    Supt. of the Childrena' Bible Mis visors as hosts. Evening Worship of numerous books. Dr. Wilson Florida men to be heard in- nish the building and set up the I GMPn.I I Jomplalnt by you.will be taken as confessed -I
    I Phone 165
    of Paul" series to hundreds of thousands clude Dr. P. W. DuBose, presidentof I tables. This notice shall *e publishedonce .
    sion. Tennessee; also a Representative 7:30 p.m., "Life speaks The local civic clubs and I i
    of the Xavajo Indian Bible I sermon and film.Wednesday of persons annually and several the Hampden DuBose Academy many individuals are also coopera-I.I. Clrralt NOTICE C..rt.TO Rrn APPE.VR Jan. 20 Prayer conducted a I i at Zellwood; Dr. L. G. Gebb, pastor -I
    popular
    Mission and several others. Exact : years ago ting to make this dinner a sue-
    7:30 Adult Choir broadcast over Kansas |1 of the flourishing Bible Pres- *
    dates will be published later.A Meeting : p.m. daily cess. \
    radio station.Dr. byterian Church at Lakeland; and I I. tOKd
    letter from our Missionary 'practice 8 p.m. City's leading Mr. Casey, the local policeman, |
    Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Barnard of the 1
    Miss Phyllis Martin, Quito Ecuador -, E. Schuyler of St. Peters- is in charge of tickets and they i w ,
    'tian School there and also of the Central Presbyterian Church, St. I
    tells of her work in the Chris- burg, editor of "Our Hope" maga- are being sold by the 'School Pa- j \\
    this month of an Insti- Petersburg. Wednesday Feb. 3,
    opening zine, and author of Bible books trol. Everyone is urged to get .
    tute for the training of young menI has been designated as AllFlorida I Exclusivefeatt
    Te Relieve will also be heard daily leadingthe tickets as soon as possible so I .tte"t: i
    :Misery of I in Christian work. morning Bible hour each week- Day. the committee will know how': ,
    \-OS the Tabernacle
    Several members of Music for the conference will
    day during the conference. many to prepare for. The price is
    the services at of
    attended again be under the direction
    will include $1 for adults and children's platesfor
    Park-of-the-Palms Sunday after- i Other speakers J. Strat Shufelt of Wheaton HI.
    Jim Mercer of Minne 50c (dessert extra). Coffee you'll
    .
    666 "n to ,hear Rev. Roy Gustafsonof Evangelists A color-sound motion picture will choo-se
    will be furnished with the meal,
    .
    St. Petersburg deliver a forceful apolis.Dr. be shown at the close of most of but cold drinks will be 5c. \ I:
    LIQUID M UWT1-WMUAST ttUEf message. John E. Zoller of Michiganwill the week-night services.
    Mrs. E. Altman
    has been asked
    I speak several times duringthe Horace F. Dean, president of the,
    " to serve as chairman of the local
    : I 'N W week. He is widely known as Christ for America organization,' I
    campaign, and if you have not receive -,
    'he founder and speaker of the will again direct the conference'I i I
    a coin-holder for your donation

    !I YTTnTTTTTTT'tTTTTTKeystone ... call 3431 and she will be
    BAPTIST ]
    FIRST CHURCHStarke Methodist ChurchChurch
    i glad to mail you one. 1.I .
    Baptist WMS Meeting
    School 9:45 a. m. Sun- Heightsby
    day. The WMS of the First Baptist

    Church met Tuesday, Jan. 5. Following I
    II 1 I Mrs.
    11 m.
    Morning Worship a. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAU.uLAA.
    an interesting program a
    REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor "Give God. a Chance throughPrayer" '. presented by Mrs. Howerton, pro- I a .

    gram chairman, a delicious cov-
    Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Senior and Intermediate MYF's PTA Sleeting Jan. 19t'ii ered dish luncheon was enjoyed. I

    6:30 p. m. i Feature Scouts The community missions chairman'
    Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 The Scout program-both boys'and I
    At the evening service the pas- reported two baskets given to the A. 1

    ,, ,, tor, Rev. Thos. G. Mitchell, will girls'will be the central topic needy at Christmas and seven :
    ,11" rl' at the PTA
    continue a series of Sunday night meeting to be held I plates of cake and candy to shut- k
    Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. sermons on The Ten Command- in the Woman's Club Tuesday 1\\ e f'iPiiIJ
    night, Jan. 19, at 8 o'clock. Dick ins.The
    ments. This Sunday's topic will be next meeting will be held I EXCLUSIVE
    Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Hutchinson Eagle Scout leader, W
    Feb. 2 at 10:30 All ladies :
    the third: "Thou shalt not take a. in. are

    Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. the name" of the Lord thy God in i will there be will the be featured a program speaker of skits and invited. i iI 5'' ONE PIECE TOP BURNERSEasy

    I vain. to dean lightweight unit
    I and drills by the Boys and Girls -
    t 'dk Troops. Mrs. F. W. Tolles and -

    > -- ... ,- RESOLUTION II Mrs. G. Adams co-leaders, I ;
    ,- ''' :ii.: :' will
    --tt' EXCLUSIVE
    .
    ._ ::mm* .. if "' Susie .
    - also BradfordThe
    We the Executive Board of the speak briefly. A choral reading -

    Hear Pastor Bob Gray Sunday ;Laura Scott Union, W. C. T. U., to- "The Child Speaks," will be RED WHEEL REGULATORFirst

    il gether with members of the local dedicated to the Girl Scout mem- .:._--,.., -.-.-.-,-.!. and finest for heat : '
    night at 7:30 this bership. oven ,
    on subject: organization, deeply deplore the d
    passing of our beloved member I Refreshments be served by Seniors are selecting their accuracy

    and friend, Mrs. Noble Ray White the hostesses, Mrs. O. A. Collins, name cards this week. It won't be \

    ..r. "Sermon From The whose home-going occurred January -i Mrs. H. C. Walker, and Mrs. W. long now for' the Seniors until EXCLUSIVE"SWING
    June.
    Pierman.
    4th 1954.

    In point of years as well as The public is invited to this Review, study, and remember. OUT BROILER
    Bible In 3D"No meeting and Rotarians That is what everyone is doing '
    faithful service, Mrs. White was are es- steaks
    the oldest member of the Laura peciall) urged to attend. for the semester exams right on

    Scott Union having joined the W. Mrs. J. H. Magee, niece of F. M. hand.

    C. T. U. April 17, 1908. She filled I Stitchberry, who has been staying Junior Class members at the Completely
    special glasses needed. Just bring your Bibles S various offices through the years ber, has gone to Vicksburg to visit concession stand were really busy Installed 60 "-
    with the Stitchberrys last Friday night. Every basketball $318 I
    md was always devoted to the since Octo- Your Old .

    First Church Cause of Temperance and Righ- her brother, Gen. J. R. Hardis. game we have here, the class Stove As ,

    Baptist HamptonBible teous Living Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of NewCastle will be selling cakes, candy, pea- Down Payment
    Pa. are nuts, etc. Model 791
    staying at the! _
    School 10 a.m. B. T. U. 6:30 p.m. Mrs. White hac many experiences White Feather Court and visiting The Senior Class will sponsor a
    and memories of past meetings ONE CYLINDER GAS FREE
    take
    with their brother, Chas. Miller. sale this Saturday and every
    :Morning Worship 11 a.m. which she delighted to share
    Mr. and Mrs. Willis have Saturday. This money goes into
    and which were eagerly heard as pur-
    "A doing; Church For A chased a trailer and will be travel- the funds for the trip to Cuba.
    jill Coming Saviour" she attended the regular meetings

    .___ _. __ .._. from time to time. ing about over the state for a Come on down in front of Canova's I
    .. .. &
    > > GAS APPLIANCE CO.
    p ".- -i&. !,1t.i1.,. :<" :/_.,...,....o.::. ,. --.. ....."-.__ 7...,.-.-:' ;:i....,..,:" As the fragrance of the rose while. Mr. Willis will be connected and help the cause. CENTRAL FLA.
    still clings to the shattered vase, with the construction departmentof Teen Town has elected Buzzie
    the State Park Board. Green as the new president. The
    r so the fragrance of her beautifullife They FLA.
    STARKE.
    will leave for Tallahassee his council will be having a planned 149 W.CALL ST.
    will linger on to be an inspiration -
    week. program every Friday night after
    and a benediction to those
    Frank Walrath Jr. basketball season. Teen Town is
    ,
    president of
    REOVAlFIRST who knew her best and loved her
    I most. Earth Is poorer and heaven the Keystone Heights Chamber of open artier the games on Friday
    Commerce, has announced that night now.
    is richer through her passing.
    Dr. Frank Slaughter will be the The new books went like hot
    1 Resolved: That a copy of this three
    i cakes in the will easy stepsto
    'Memorial be sent to the bereaved I principal speaker at a banquet library. They
    BAPTIST CHURCH sponsored by the Chamber .
    family of Mrs. White, one pub- "t theWoman's r
    p lished in the Bradford County Club on January 16. Reports !
    will be getting the best car buy
    Telegraph, and one spread upon given on the progress FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S

    LAWTEY FLA. the napes of the Minute Book of made in Keystone Heights during
    the past several
    years
    the Laura Scott Union. together -
    Respectfully Submitted: with contemplated plans for the JUST ONE II

    Mrs. J. Thornquest Vice President. future development and beautifi- II

    I JAN. 11 THRU JAN. 22 "S. J. T. Quigley, Treasurer. cation of the community. FRIGIDAIREMade I in and the features. The fuii-time
    Miss Susan Wallace, Secretary. E. Wayne Geiger will be in Key- only by General come compare

    stone Heights between the hoursof Motors Corp. All other 1 i l that means easier parking and driving.
    Y .YT Y.TTTY..'". 11 a. m. and 4 p. m. on January Electric Refrigerators are power steering
    REV. MERLE PACKHAM 30 for the purpose of selling 1954 smoothest least expensive .
    made by other companies The Hy-Drive no-shift driving- ,
    EVANGELISTSONG PINE LEVELby auto tags. and cannot use the word
    Mr. and Mrs. John Detweiler Frigidaire. no-shift drive in the low-price field. Plus many features not foundin

    Mrs. H. M. I'IaelAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj have gone to Punta Gorda for
    a
    I IHyDrlu
    SERVICES BEGINS 7:30 EACH EVENING few days, combining business with other low-price cars-or even: among some of the high-price cars

    Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE i
    pleasure.Mrs. and Power Steeds each available at low extra cost

    Old-Time Gospel Mrs. Ophella Moore of Brooker Sara McDonald spent the ? ? I y
    Preaching visited_her brother and sister-in-I weekend in Jacksonville.
    law. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis, THEN SEE i
    SPECIAL MUSIC EVERY NIGHT \Sunday afternoon. week Earl to Mecklen his home is returning in Pittsburgh this, take a new Plymouth for a trial drive. .

    Those who enjoyed the cane Pa. E. H. SMITHTenth 2

    EVERYONE CORDIALLY INVITED I grinding at W. C. Conner's last To Wed In February give it a real workout on the road.

    I week were Mr. and Mrs. Felix: Mr and Mrs. Bernhardt 1
    Sapp of Heilbronn, Mr. and Mrs.A. toffers of Chris- and Temple Ave. 1I
    I Keystone Heights announce -
    Rev.
    I
    Edgar Wilkinson I
    Pastor A. Peck of Starke, Wesley :Me- the engagement of their Starke, Fla.'RADIO ,

    I Rae and H. M. McRaes. I then tell US which of Plymouth's beautiful new models you prefer
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    little daughters visited his par- I and how you'd like to pay. Our deal will be easy on your pocketbook I
    ents. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae II
    i i SERVICE
    !during the New Year's holidays. TV i

    ,Benny will return to Havana Cuba And I I

    REVIVAL i while his wife remains at Brooker. -- r
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    | He was previously stationed at RADIOS TELEVISIONS RECORD PLAYERS

    j Camp Leiuene. N. C. RECORDERS INTERCOMS AND P. A. SYSTEMS
    J i Mrs. Vera Mitchell of Atlanta hy-stYle new

    BRODKER BAPTIST CHURCH j Ga. is spending: a while here with I All Makes Repaired and Installed :

    Rev. and Mrs. Hall. With Quality Parts by Factory Trained Technicians 5 Q Plymouth L---- :
    I James McRae spent the weekend

    January 17 I with Robert Cooper at Hampton. GUARANTEED PARTS AND SERVICE [

    i Mrs. John Schultz and daughter, W@
    ., Through I Mildred of Pittsburgh, Pa. arrived 1 CALL 203 OR 229 Temple Ave. Starke Fla. _na

    January 29 last Saturday for a visit with the g AdMi5iCZ3Mfc3MfcSMBa3fc! CMgJj3-5 fcji'T....."JISmcSfitthBSa, -aa .fifiSBaHli..MEiBiiftfflBOB'S value
    I solid
    H.1.. McRaes. Plymou'thPlymouth's

    Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and

    4 'c Week Nights sister Mrs. Roberta Lamb spent ; OUTBOARD MOTOR SHOP solid value is an established

    7:30 P.M. Monday night with Mrs. Charity J
    Glisson! at Lake Geneva Mrs fact! For example,there are more \.9J @@] @[?

    r Lamb returned to her home at i 2 :MI. X KEYSTOXE HTS-, RTE. 100 (Silver Lake) Plymouths used as taxicabs than all other

    SUNDAYSllOOA.M.and Green Cove Pnrings Tuesday. I, NOW IS THE TIME to get that Outboard Motor or standard-built cars_combined. headquarters for value

    iI r |I Ed,;.ir McRae returned to Cecil Power Lawn :Mower in condition to perform at it's best
    i| FVd! Monday after : last
    kjk spending
    7:30 P.1\1- during the months ahead.
    week with his parents the J. W.

    BRING THE !I McRaes. AS AN INTRODUCTORY OFFER, I can give you a

    ENTIRE FAMILY Complete Magnetic Check and Adjustments plus Fuel

    System Cleaning and Repairs where required for a cost .

    COME TO a5 of only h- r r .


    EVERY SERVICE r $4.95 plus parts used, if any l lj t

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    GOSPEL PREACHING BY I For All work is done after .j:30 p.m. on Monday thru Friday, I

    and all day Saturdays. n t.
    Crops & Livestock: i .r w.prw

    REV. ALLEN E. YOUNG 0Gainesvill : A good business depends on its service to the customer. V-J i ii i

    Evangelist and Pastor of First Baptist, Church i All work is done with that in mind and will be appreciated 1 !
    ? Production I
    Lake Butler CreJit A ncaUont20 : as well as GUARANTEEDTHIS Who won(la the"Ma aNew

    I UNTIL MARCH 1 1934 Plymouth"Contest ;
    V. 5Ian St. OFFER LASTS I
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    GOOD, OLD-TIME CONGREGATIONAL SINGING t official 1st of 6 i
    Your deal*to the ea.
    i Gainesville, Florida Phcne Keystone Hts. 3523 !
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    Judge; Bradford Has Only i'SO YOU WANT TO CONSOLE I
    Keystone
    Reports 15 Overage Autos, I Buys A GRIEF-STRICKEN FRIEND?


    YearThe State Report Shows : \. 4 r,4: *t _pXL > New Fire Trucki Most of us want to be helpful greatly.
    Busy i
    !
    when strikes friend
    grief a but. I Finally, remember that talking
    released
    to figures
    According '
    i i if do not know how
    ., we to help, I 1 rather than silence comniuniration
    by the Florida Highway Patrol, : ; ....;;,, Purchase 1
    I (! :; ) of a new 59.700 fire our fear of doing the wrong thing rather than isolation and above
    collected Bradford and County remitted Judge's Jll-office Bradford County has 15 20-year-j I ': ._""# :" engine was authorized by the City I\may prevent us doing anything at all a renewal of activity an old
    old ( older) automobiles registered -
    or Council
    I of Keystone Heights at all.
    bobby or a new interest are al)
    269.50 to state agencies during the I with the State Motor Vehicle :I its first meeting of the new year I Those who comfort the bereaved good medicine for the grief-

    year 1953. Commission. This is the lowest !I .. Tuesday night. : as part of their daily work the stricken.
    to '
    Fines
    and costs adjudged
    Florida counties
    all
    Bradford County (fine and for with number U of exception of Dixie which New officials were sworn into !I I I; ministers, priests and rabbis By following even a few of tnese
    office by D. E. member made specific suggestions to I I pointers the author
    feiture fund) amounted to $18.- !I Pangborn, says, we can
    i
    has 10 registered. I "
    573.15. have of the Clay County Commission, .I Howard Whitman, Reader's Digest supplement the smntual: help of
    which
    I Those "fliwers" I I and G. E. Wiggins was elected author. Mr. Whitman records the clergy with practical help of
    These figures and others conic I the two-decade mark require I
    passed : ta 'iNr 1l Council chairman for the new this professional advice in the our own.
    from a report on the activities of I a $5 "Q" tag and must year. January issue of the Digest. The\
    the county judge's office during i by the highway '. I
    pass inspection 4 r.l article is condensed from The
    1953 compiled by County Judge T. :I patrol before a tag can be pur- S \- Authorization for the new fire Christian Advocate. 1; Suwannee Presbytery

    A. Yawn and his assistant. I chased. .f- truck the Volunteer was made Fire at the request of I Don't try to "buck up" those in I To Meet Here In April
    ]
    that the Bradford County Tax Collector t Department
    The report shows :. f .sorrow. Aman who has lost a :
    county judge's activities are not J. R. Kelly says he has sold onl .. .. '.. .",' whose efforts to obtain new firefighting j i loved one may take your effort toi J Ji : Rev. W. S. McAhley and Fide

    confined to just the handling of one "Q" tag thus far this year .. i equipment for Keystonehas "buck him up" as a sign you are !i;:O. E. Stansbury attended the Fall -

    criminal cases and the issuance of and that he sold only six last .,t. '.1. been a continuing project forseveral I.minimizing his loss. The tonest I II Meeting of the Suwannee Pivsbvteryat
    and marriage That would indicate that c years. the Lakewood Presbyterian
    year.
    hunting tuning ," ,. acknowledgement of the tragedy Is
    licenses. more than half of these old cars Under the plan finally adopted. I:better as it makes the bereaved Church in Jacksonville Tucsiia>

    In add-tion to the above the are not being operated. I .. the firemen will attempt to raise ; feel free to express grief and re- I Highlight of the program was the

    county judge: (1)) Holds insanity' The State Highway Patrol reports -I I t* j se 2flOO each year to pay on the cover from it. I presentation of reports from the

    hearings. (2) Holds inquests of a total of 14.004 of the' a _______ ___________ S Ls-; -. % .- S. equ'pment! with the city to shoulder ;t I The attempt to divert the veer-I! Survey Team Assembly'Chur.ih
    ancient vintage cars registeredin : the responsibility if they fail.
    Extension Committee which
    the dead. (3)) Handles probate L--- J .. : ing away from the subject by 1
    cases, guardianship cases and civilca.se.'i. the entire state Hillsborough The department has already recommended long range plans
    J email talk football fishing and
    (4) Is justice of the small County has the largest number I WOODMEN IN, .I'ALLATION Monday night saw Former Go.ernorI ifcised its $2,000 for 1933 witL: !the weather on is also ill advised. ; for a new church in Jacksonville

    claims court. (5) Is the juvenile with 1,500. Alachua County has !I Rivers Installs I: Rivers of Georgia (standing left) deliver the charge to kneeling receipts coming from honorary I It is like "trying to camouflage'for the next 1,0 years.

    court judge. ((6)) Issues delayed 225; Clay 25; and Union, 50. officers ((1 to r) J. P. Tomlinson Auditor; Jimmy Cole Watchman; membership in the department, death," one rabbi says, to the j At the afternoon meeting establishing -

    birth certificates.As J. L. Waters Past Consul Commander and stand-in for J. E. Tomlinson -,and the annual Fireman's Ball. I a central! office of thei
    mourner who must face the fact
    if that were not enough, licenses; and 70 marriage licenses. \WOW OfficersNew Escort; Lewis Rafuse, Banker; W. O. Collins, Adviser-Lieutenant; I Contract for the new equipment jof death. Far better. this rabbi !I Presbytery was discussed and

    Judge Yawn said that during the I Issued 23 delayed birth and O. J. Anders, Consul Commander. Harry Anthony (behind I was signed with the Seagraves I suggests, to sit silently and say'then deferred to the April meeting

    past year (his first as county I I cates. Certifi-I officers of Starke Camp Uherstas stand-in for C. J. Powell, Sentry. I company Wednesday. Newly-II nothing. I Rev. W. S. McAliley invited the

    judge) consulted with and advised F The $11,269.50 collected 138 Woodmen of the World were I elected officials sworn in to begin I Talking about the deceas&t I Presbytery to meet at thp First
    hundreds with their person.al1. mitted to state agencies is broken .installed in impressive ceremonies I their terms Tuesday were: Ma'or1M. I Presbyterian Church, Starke, in
    often avoided
    ExGovernor though studiously
    of Omaha, Nebr., Tallahassee presented -
    Preston
    Rees
    and affairs. down as follows $5,029.25 to Dept. Monday night, conducted by HonEd L. Beasley; Councilmen G. E. : April. The invitation was accepted.
    problems i to issistant to E. E. (Blue) Howell, Rivers, who is a National I by well-intentioned friends, is ac-
    .
    of Public Safety; 6186.25 of I Wiggins. A. B. Baker. Donald M.Christoffers .
    Judge Yawn lists his activities I Rivers, former governor rector of Boys of Woodcraft Director of the Woodmen fraternity. -I I j I tually helpful. for it "can recreate I
    Game and Fish Commission; and and H. L. Owenbey; : Rev. McAliley, Elder Guy Andrews -
    for 1953: : as follows: Georgia.Mrs. officer. s li1ngpicture to replace the picture -
    WOW- the
    in regard to as installing I
    $54 to Bureau of Vital Statistics. Henrietta Hunt, presidentof activity, spoke City Clerk Hubert E. Ridaught; i Sunday School Supt R C
    hearings, 16 inquests Clubs and Members of the Woodmen Circle i of death. If you did not know
    Insanity ;
    sponsored Sportman's I Tax and Mrs. Andrews-
    winding up his report. Judge the local Woodmen Circle Grove. Assessor F. E. Stitchberry: ;Paterson
    f dead seven criminal cases 573 he in the area to led by Mrs. Wesley Andrews, I i him who has passed away, ask
    () ; ; Yawn stated that a new, numerical piano prelude, and stated that was Tax Collector Sara D. McDonald!' 1 tended the Gainesville District
    cases, 29 guardianshipcases presented a I I the boys1 served coffee and doughnuts to \ the survivor to tell you about him.
    probate ; of organ-
    filing system had been inaugurated the meeting was called to order- I institute more I (re-elected) : and Town Marshall I. .''Survey Meeting of the Suwannee
    11 civil cases, five small Several Starke B. O. W. i the Fear of causing tears make
    ; ; ; an accurate system of accounting by District Manager J. W. Yeoman I zajions. group. I Harold G. Snellen. .1 ;i Presbytery at the First Presby--
    claim cases, 290; juvenile cases had been instituted; and who served as master of cere members were on hand to greet The next meeting of the Starke J would-be comforters stiff and in-. terian Church, Gainesville, Wed
    I effective. Sneak of ,
    filed 32.Fines. that full time clerical help had Rev. W. O. Collins led Mr. Preston. Camp will be held Jan. 22 at -I I freely things nesday.

    and costs adjudged to been retained in the interest of efficiency monies.the invocation. I Stat Manager R. E. V3rice of S p.m. the owner about $36 net." j that were loved by the one who I The county's share of the hospItal -
    in
    5s eone. even i: thy start tearsin
    Bradford County.-J18.573.15.: and fast handling of public I I After the first thinning operations building cost will amount to

    Sold 5,423 drivers licenses; and court business at no expense Show Electrical Know How I II New Small Cabbage !i the farmer's income from and the psychological eves of your friend.studies Medical have $122,500. Sixty-five per cent of

    1.M8 fishing licenses; 755 hunting to county or state. Resists 'Yellows'Fertilize 'his slash pine planting should increase .,found that FXPRF.SSING grief is : the cost is to come from a federal
    I for the best trees remain !j grant.
    _ -' good and REPRESSING it is bad.
    ,. -- -' Winter i I to work and harvest. Five i

    Sell It *rRenth Trade It: J ; I after the first thinning the fores-years One of the hallmarks of grief is W. C. T. U.

    ; S 4j. Badger Market, a new varietyof ter explains, the planting will be ,.self-recrimination, "if only I had" !I.
    Cabbage highly resistant to the not done this. or had done that. A SPLENDID: NEW YEARSRESOLUTION '
    I for I
    ready a second of
    S- cutting pulp-
    .., .. widespread and destructive yellows -I Those feelings must work their I : DO MORE IN
    .1 ; : jwood. and these trees will be
    WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow : : ---t-_ disease, has been developed j,larger and more valuable than wav out. and vonr reasurrancp i 1954 TO FURTHER THE TEMPERANCE -

    I S. : by the U. S. Department of Agriculture -i I the first. that your friend was a prettv eoodi CAUSE.

    Rates Good Results Easy To Place .. j I and Wisconsin Agriculture j: Then. 17 years after trees were i husband, wife or parent will help I
    '. ( Experiment Station. Dr. F. S. : -.--- ----- ---
    -. S planted, the first ..-_ '''"_ .. _. = .,j -"- ___w-
    1 Jamsion truck i i turpentine cups
    horticulturist with
    SO WORDS OK LESS, ONE INSERTION - 50c I
    can be attached to of the
    EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c 1 'he Florida Agricultural Extension I'remaining trees and many the farmer WINKLER% ELECTRIC SERVICE
    Service
    savs it is adapted to
    DISCOl'.NT! OF 15 PER CENT: OX TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS: Florida production.The .(can begin getting an annual income -

    XSe ADDITIONAL FOR BUM: ADS OR ADS OT PAID IV .'D\".'%('t: new cabbage has a small, I,' from gum turpentine and _
    continue to get such
    an income
    unusually compact head believedto
    THANKS. RESOLUTIONS until the trees are 35 40
    20c
    UEMORLlNS CARP OF PER LINE be especially! suited to present or years

    (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) : demands of the retail fresh vege- old, when they will be ready to be
    t cut for sawlogs.By .
    \. j4 : .. : table market. Its round, solid i
    l1e.\\ i the time the remaining first RADIO
    -
    head does not break under
    1"'f1 =".L-V-_::::7"">7"=""""' '''' "' FOR S.\LE-I''can lOc to SOc :-- open
    pound.. Al.io i S ., i trees attain sire att5
    shelled lieoa'is II> -5a favorable growing conditions, even saw-log
    A. J. THOMAS 25o Ave.: or on any Highway amount.301.321 4t'he2 Temple 5 ; ?._ ;4'-Y though the plants are left stand- to 40 years of age youngtrtes AND

    HEAL ESTATE BROKER ing in the field for some time. from natural seeding or add-.tion-:

    JW Truiple Ate. Telephone 214 FOR furnished RfXT-NI'e house 4 ,room located completely at 5-tii- It is "second earl variety, al plantings over the years shouldbe TELEVISIONSales

    Stark, Florida West Call St.Ir.... E. J. Dowling : coming on the market just after growing on the tract.I _

    Has Sr.113-J., 210 Christian. Si. or phone II PI,,!: tsee the earliest types. I "If such a program is carried

    FOR SALE Li'c: t a i 1:out", Mr. Nieland avers, "the -
    :SLEEPING ItOOM. Bath. HQt Slash Pines Planted 1; farmer can obtain a steady tidy .-.i'7
    Sert'iceI
    water For respectable singleperson i'I anti
    FmrnUhed DweUUg. treating off Madison We income from tree plantings for
    1 Apply ! I -
    Lake, BargaU % In 54 Will Make I
    OB Klujuley End Grocery by Masonic Temple.ltp. j many years of his life and have a spflpsssps tJ-fls sn-trsaflsssS SSSS-tJS.-
    .
    price. ,_ I Pulpwood In '56 young new forest coming on for 224 N. Temple A%.. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida I

    2. -Twb alee building Iota, other Ubtarkr. I FOR SALE-!2H liP Evlnrude. c I: ; 1 his children and grandchildren." _-
    fttoo.00
    for I
    oaf 1950: Model like new Included is
    fr borne I Farmers who plant slash pineopedlings
    for 91.S03.00. Ideal a racing: propeller, a remote throttle i; H'5' .
    er duplex .partmtBt I control ass'y. and attachment this winter may expect | i
    : I
    mercantile lIalldla('. for cables to motor. ALL FOR to begin harvesting some pulpwood -

    aalte priced for quick ...Ie.1 Outboard 11500. Also Motor 7H in liP A-I Firestone condition : h from their plantings in 1966. ;,

    '"* OB for $95.00. BOB'S OUTWARD nccording to Forester Louis T j
    bvlldlnc;
    Ariel
    4- mercantile MOTOR r'.HOP, mi. .
    north of
    Stale Mreet la Lawtrr. Hea- stone Heights Silver Lake),Key-Ph. : Nieland of the Florida Agncul-, Gigantic Clearance !

    .abljr priced. Keystone HU. 353. ItD tural Extension Service. j .

    6 FaraUked homes t..t.1ot.rradr for ad ocC'apaaC'J' FOR. SALE-Tractor Allis-Chandler 1jL "Planted on good moist soil and |
    take uHlrequipment.. Information at I protected from fire slash pines
    ._Ce. t twill
    Bradford Co.
    Telegraph 2tp I/!Z
    often reach pulpwood size ALL WINTER MERCHANDISE
    .' .
    ':: 8I
    liry NOW. Bradford CoaatrUral 1939 FORD FOR SALB.-T.ood tires within 12 years," Mr. Nieland says. I.

    EaUtc will Never b* (''eap- and motor. Upholstery not too ELECTRICAL DEMONSTRATION will be given at annual meetingof "When slash pines are 12 years of SLASHED TO COST --- SAVE 1-3
    good. 1100 Rufus Prevail. La .
    i.e Than It U Tdar %% Electric Gerald Norman left and I
    tey. Zip 1/22 Clay Cooperative by ( ) Rudolph age they are ready for thinning \

    -- -' FOR RENT-Three Sapp (right), Bradford QuntyIll Club boys. A preview of the operations so remaining trees will
    bedroom
    ANTED-Socretaf, must be able furnished house Living room un, demonstration was given by the boys recently at the Starke Rotary have more room for growth. Children

    to type and du light bookkeeping See kitchen bath and screened porch. Club, and above they are showing Rotary President J. R. Kelly and I Usually! it is best to cut out about

    lllctatlon Kngtieering not Co.necessary.phone 84.Bradford ttchg Grill.George Kopelousos. Guidon ItchK County Agent G. T. Huggins how easy It is to churn homemade Ice one-third of the least promisingtrees FLANNEL PAJAMAS : 69CLadies
    and sell them for pulpwood.At .
    furnished FOR SALE-Late 195 crf'am.1& electrical methods.
    you KENT-3 room Plymouth. present prices. the eight cords .
    Cambridge,
    apartment with private bath and heater low mileage,
    entrance hot and cold water turn- exceptionally clean, original own per acre that would be cut in such '
    ished. Call 17J-J or see Mr. I.. G.Hemingway. er. 712 Oak St., opposite Wells ANNUAL REPORT OF SUPERVISORSSOIL thinning operations would bring .
    Up Electric Service. ftp II!! I.I I.

    FOR SALE-Registered Angus Bull, IRT J. n service. Reasonably/ ni\nLR vorn I I
    ready for miles N.W. CATTLP. AND HOGS I I There were some things that I
    D. White, 4'S
    J. '
    priced.. on Highway 16. ZIP l/i MI.R* 1953 was the third year of crease of 36 or 120 per cent over the Board attempted to do that j
    t.he Oak Fjirh WedneMiir operation for Bradford Soil Con- the preceding number. The goal successful. COATS :
    !
    furnished I G.I..III.> Rack FHdurTOR were only partially !
    3 room
    RENT
    FOR prtmnt,-electric refrigerator. servation District. A summaryof set for this year was 30 cooperators The District passed a resolution ]

    gas range, private bath and en- SALE -a" x 8" x 16" Con- the accomplishments and of the and so the goal was exceededby endorsing a Farm Forester and !
    trance. Rent reasonable. Adults. oreteBlock 18c each. Plenty of weaknesses of the local program 6. In addition, there are 50. from
    Hr, Errol Al\arez 60! Lafayette. Mortur MU: and Cement. Bradford -I I obtained: an appropriation I -
    UPJlOtTTE Engineering Company. Phone his been drawn UD by the Boardof farmers who have signed up for the County Commissioners.. The
    ... Ladies
    SALESMAN: and collector ff Supervisors. There is satisfac-I' technical conservation assistance.The program has not been established : _ _

    wanted. Apply Hart Furniture FOR SAI.E-Two acres or will sell tion for the work done total acreage now under as it has been impossible to get I
    Co. Starke. Kla. ItchgPAIJ5 In lots. Mrs. Dove Holder. Rt 1. terminhtion to step up the program |i conservation plans is 17,808, an in- another County to join in the Reduced

    yon -Motor 8<""nter. Shell T. Box %%9. Starke. Fla. Stp 1/15 where weakness has been I i I crease of 13.000 for this year. Of Project. : SHOES From 1.99PChildreO I 139

    parakeets\. Lamps pecans noveltlea.and Ice used blue car found. I this total, 2,618 acres are in imj Drainage is a major problem of

    parts at lob Hammonds Oas Station LAWN MOWERSAnd The Bradford Soil Conservation 'j proved pasture, and 8,166 acres this! District.. Due to conflicting
    at State Farmers Market. Up in under woodland protection. different in
    District, with headquarters I viewpoints in areas t
    WANTED TO BIT-From owner Starke, was organized by farmersof i During the year 1,490 acres'the District, no overall drainage
    bedroom house must he near OUTBOARD MOTOR in of 19511.Supervisors I were planted in cover crops. In Until .
    I the County May
    plan has been agreed upon.
    paved road. Writ P. I _
    Starke on I' 'II
    O. Box 69:. Stark. Fla. Itchg II!! REPAIRSV. I of the District are I this connection it is noticeablethat I i such time when a major drainage

    I V.: R. Ferguson, chairman; Lloyd, fewer and fewer farmers are i system is established, indi\iduall, Sacrifidng

    FAIKACUES MHSKIUKNJe Owner Green, vice-chairman; J. B. White, I burning off crop residues. There I i problems cannot be completely L 0S 5 9'

    lUll Lake William Ilaclrr. Kla.Camejllas S. ST. JOHN 'oster Shi Smith and Zedra Hamil- has also been a marked decrease solved. II | ': 89c 1.00

    rare tarletlea, Azaleas Also DiylUies.Standard High-and At Newsoms Body Shop fon members; and G. T. Huggins in the burning of woodlands. I! While there has been progress ]!

    *at Quality reasonable price Open Starke secretary.Cash I A regular weekly column en- made in arousing: interest in sou I

    Saturdays and. Sunday except by Fla.WANTEDExperienced crops in the District con- titled "Bradford Soil Conservation i conservation methods and pracItices

    appoint m.n.RADIOS: I 'st of tobacco, sweet corn strawberries -i District News", written by Bill there is still a large number ; Girls
    _
    REPAIRED Rook kef'p- Irish potatoes beans pep- Hans Soil Conservationist, appeared of farmers who are not taking i
    All Makra All MudeU er. Good hours, reasonable pay. watermelons, and in the Bradford County advantage of the services offered. '
    squash, ,
    per
    Apply Shell Oil
    H* .uable charge guaranteed Bulk Plant. '
    > VItAL: t::. SHCPHKHUT Phone 84. tr other truck crops. General farm'Telegraph. Articles also appeared Due to the poor market for beef 399
    '-- W ,'all C. !OI.rk* Pk. tS9 crops for livestock feed periodically in the Florida today, many farmers are hesitant COATS Rducd _

    FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. Inquire FOR housed.RENT Electricity-Two running unfurnished wat- the largest portion of the OCCUP"I Union and Gainesville Sun.A TimeS-I'to invest in permanent pastures.

    at Bus Station If er. Both $30 per month L. B Jor- each year. The return 12-acre nursery plot for demonstration GOALS I
    I don. Rt 1, Pox 304. Starke. FlaItp. sale of cattle and hogs amounts to purposes and the production The first goal of the coming ,
    SALE 17 V, acres partly i I
    TOR
    cleared. near Starke Farmers "'ore than the return from all of of new and improved year will be to interest more persons \

    Market flOO per acre Contact A. FOR SALE-Jacobse 20 inch hollow the cash crops combined. I grasses 13 now in operation. This I both rural and urban. in the! Corduroy :
    :
    IL Petersburg Balgem&nn.Fla.S3J 16th St.4tp N..II St.!! : .lawn Can mower be seen, excellent at Simpson'condition The majority of the farmers in j: land is provided under a 10-year I. objectives of the soil conservation

    Bil,.# Shop. JIT S. Walnut St lt*> the District are supplementing( agreement with the FFA, and the program. I
    __
    WA\TED-Uome fill. In exchange for for housework.U-year-old their income by working in the II'boys help with the projectThe I! Another aim is interest commercial I BONNETS 691

    Contact Florence Jennings Box FOR S.-\LE-Bo's different industries that are I Soil Conservation District organizations in the bene-
    English type 3 I
    1SJ. Starke. or phone Sil after ltdh S gear bicycle almost new. Australian atvdly springing up in Bradford ,cooperated in the Town and Country fits of proper land use and affiliate

    p.m. arborvitae pines,, Australian pyracanthea.silk oaks. I County. This condition is im-I Church Development Program membership.Plans :

    FOR S.\LE-I&OO egR Incubator.. and giant Swiss pansy plants. super J t proving the living and economicI sponsored by Emory Univers'ty are being made to sponsor I 4

    battery brooders. 24 Inch cut household off al house plants. Mrs. TroPIc-I. standards of the farmers but in!Hampton Baptist Church won both the church development We V/e Refund We :
    and some -
    saw other tools Dodd Keystone Heights. !tp 1/15 I Exchanae SatisfyJ
    goods. Inquire at Joe Peele I ItrnFUR."ISllED I Ihlm it is establishing a one crop: second place in the state of Flo- program and soil stewardship :.

    Farm H( ler, 4 Road miles N. W. of La..te-y itt 1'li on HOUSE FOR I vstem of farming. Without an I rida. Sunday. An educational programon

    RENT-6 rooms bath. East of intensive soD building and con- !, During the year more and more conservation of natural resources -i
    FOR SALE-S/S Chow puppies $5 Starke off old Blanding hiway.L nervation program. this type of used the District- will be introduced into the
    cooperators
    each. V. S. St. Jotns. Phone 17-R-J I
    2tp 1/15. B. Jordan, Rt. 1, Box 304. farming will cause a rapid decrease -I| owned implements and were i schools of the District. I
    Itchg the of the I fundamental objective is to
    I in productivity charged a modest rental. At present The I
    WANTED TO RUT used knee hole
    soiL obtain more and more cooperatorsin
    office dek. not over 16 inches I the District owns five pieces:
    wide. Gladys Moody. Phone 35. tf. FOR SALE-Jacobsen 20 inch hollow .ACCOMPLISHMENTS :of equipment, a rotary mower, the District and to have each

    FOR SALE Nor r* ('!.. Ra" e. a tion.lawn$50. mover Can be excellent seen at condi SimpIIPn's -t, There were 30 cooperators at weed chopper, fertilizer distributor one intensify his land use program ,I 147 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.
    .",1 bargain. (20 N. Church St.. Bike Shop. 227 S. Walnut '0"> end of 1952. At the end of seeder cultipacker. and grain by using approved soil conservation -
    rke. ltD St. IT I :.s year there were 63, an in-'drill practices. j j 5-- --S



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